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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): November 27, 1913 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1913 cen1913112701_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): November 27, 1913 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1913 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE CEMTRAJL RECORD PURE RELIGION, UN2ARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT TWENTY FOURTH YEAR. LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1913. Ilarrodsburg haa a new market. loose NUMBBR 34 leaf Govel Organ for sale call D. Powell. at Mrs. The Record wishes you a Thanksgiving. joyful Hog Killing Time is here and we have everything in that line. The Baptist Ladies Aid will have Exchange and Bazaar Dec. 13. Cotton Seed Meal and Salt in Sax, also Michigan Salt at $2 per Barrel. Hudson & Hughes. Delightful Bird Dinner. LISTrJlirHJJarrUlTrVJBFTHJTrU g(inE!iMtJffi!llJ5l! BUI Ell KNIVES AND SAUSAGE MILLS OF ALL KINDS. LAUD PRESSES in different sizes and makes Come to our store and look them over before you buy. CONN BROTHERS. k Live and Let Live Folks CS33S&33&5KS33SStX I i REMEMBER We can serve as your Administrator.Guardian.Trustee t antj save you money and worry. Your Will, Insurance Pqlicy, Mortgage, Notes, Stock Inventory, Bonds or Stock Certifi- cates, when lost or destroyed, causes endless trouble, ery and legal expense. mis- Put your valuqble papers in one of our Safe Deposit Boxes and you will never nave tq worry. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Capital $50,000. A. R. DENNY, President. I Surplus $30,000. . J. E. STORMES, Vice Pres't. R. T. Embky, Ass't Cashier. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. r. J. L. Gill, Book-Keepe- Safety r Deposit WE SOLICIT Boxes For Rent. YOUR BUSINESS. Samual D. Cochran, Alex R. Denny, J. H. Posey, J. E. Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. rrr, B. F. HUDSON, President. W. O. RipNEY, As3't Cash'r. ' J. J." J. S. J.OHNSON. Walker, Jr.. Vice Prest. r. Book-Keepe- W. f. pHAMP, pashier. ORGANIZED 1S83. ie witizens lNauonai oanK QF LANCASTER, KY. st , . "1VT .L 1 T" 1 Qapital $O,0OO. Surplus $40,000. This bank is supervised by the United States Government Yonr deposits are thus guarded; safety should be first in all things, Deposit with us, and you can help us, and we can help you. Make this bank YOUR bank. Your mouth will water when vou see Messrs Will and Sam Denny enter- Mrs. Allison F. Sanders left Tuesday the good things at Currey's. for Rochester Minn., where iheexpects , tained in a royal manner, last Friday at their beautiful suburban We have everything needed for your to undergo treatment by the Drs, evening, Mayo. Mr. Sanders accompanied her. home, about ten of their gentleman fruit cakes. Buy it of Currey. friends. A happy evening was spent, a delightful menu was served, but Alex Walker Buys Evan's Property. good heating stove been FOK SALE:-"Quail on Toast" was the giece de re- Apply at used part of one winter. The property on Stanford street bethis office. These gentlemen Droved sistence. longing to Geo. W. Evans, deceased. Special bargains in trimmed and was sold publicly last Monday, by the themselves ideal hosts and were untiring in their efforts to make the even un trimmed hats. Executor, J. F. Robinson, and brought ing an enjoyable one. Mrs. Ada Kinnaird. $4025. Mr. Alex Walker was the purGood Show At Opera House. My books are ready, your tax is due chaser and will no doubt make many improvements on it. Capt. A. M. Game-Of-Chan- c. A crowded house greeted the Billy and the penalty goes on December 1. Bourne was the auctioneer and while Bryant Stock Co. which opened a E. W. Harris, Treasurer. the price realized was satisfactory, the weeks engagement at the Opera house Try looking through the home shops property is considered valuable. last Monday evening, presenting "The first and perhaps you will be satisfied Sweetest Girl In Dixie" which proved to "do your Christmas shopping at To The Public Of Lancaster, Kentucky a winner with the audience. The plav home". has a very interesting plot and gave And Yicinity. Sunday was an ideal day for ample scope for bringing out the good We wish to advise that the entire and scores of machines from acting qualities of the entire cast. a distance passed through Lancaster, stock of Merchandise known as R. H. The villain was such a deep dyed One only, Tea Spoon, for $2 50 in Tickets taking advantage of what will prob Batson. Lancaster, Kentucky, has been villain that every one hated him. One only, Table, Spoon for 5 00 turned over to C. N. Harper and Com- Florence outing of the year. ably be their last Reynolds as Hopkins was One only ,Dessert Spoon, for " 4 00 pany, Merchandise Sales Brokers of lovable indeed and acted her part well ' One only, Knife, for 5 00 The Union Thanksgiving Service will Chicago, Illinois. arM had the sympathy of the entire One only, Fork, for 5 00 " be held at the Presbyterian church, The C. N. Harper & Company will audience. Violet Bryant was a comOne only. Sugar Spoon, for " 500 Thursday morning at 10:30. Rev. J. place the entire stock of Merchandise edienne in every sense that the word One only, Butter Knife, for 5 00 W. Beagle will conduct the services. and Fixtures on Public sale regardless implies and in the role of Mrs. Tracy, One only. Gravv Ladle, for " 10 00 of cost. Commencing Thursday Dec. played the part in an artistic manner, Climax Again A Weekly. 4th. One only. Pie Server, for 10 00 provoking screams of laughter from One only. Large Berry Spoon, for 10 00 Col. V. P. Walton has severed his Garrard County Boy Wins Honors. the pleased audience. Joseph Reed's ' One only. Large Salad Fork, for 10 00 temporary connection with the Richimpersonation of Col. Hopkins was a Mr. Grover C. Wilson, a diligent mond Climax and that publication will piece of art. The restof the cast was in again become a weekly under the old student and fluent speaker of the keeping with the ones mentioned, but Sophomore Class at State University, management. won the medal last Wednesday evening it remained for Billy Bryant to put the Odd Fellows To Entertain. at the Annual Declamatory Contest. audience in a scream when he poked his smiling face before the curtain in Odd Fellows will The handsome medal is given each The local lodge of reponse to the numerous deentertain its members on the might of year bv Mr Crumm of Louisville to the served encores, which and well he received. Dec. 8th, fn the lodge room with a Paterson Literary Society of which Wholesale and Retail Hardware. He played the part of Dick Day in a luncheon and smoker. Only members Mr. Wilson is a most faithful and highly satisfactory manner and the active member. We all think a great in good standing are expected. rgTltJlfrlfHi!rgfitgJlrWairgJl'i deal of "Jimmy" and think he is des- applause was readily accorded by the iijlM''rHJarrifian3i audience. The specialties are bright Had Fine Sport. tined to make a man of national reputa-t.oand clean and good crowds should greet He is the son of Mr. Geo. M. Messrs Saufiev Hughes, Horace them throughout the week. The Wilson, a farmer, who lives near Paint Herndon and John Tudor returned from "Builders of Bridges" on Tuesday Lick. Casey county Saturday and report night was equally as good as the MonFrancis-Balle- w. splendid sport. They killed about 125 day night performance. "Polly of birds, bringing home 75 of the number. Miss Lucy Francis of this city and The Circus" is booked for Thursday The boy credit Mr. Tudor with three night and should draw a large crowd. Mr. George Ballew of Richmond were fifths of the kill. married at th i Francis home in this Circuit Court. Wishing For Cold Weather. city at 10:30 o'clock on Thursday The November term of the Garrard Thus far there has been very little morning November 20th, E'd. F. M. circuit court convened on Monday weather suitable for hog killing, and Tinder of the Christian church officiat- with Judge Charles A. Hardin presidwith corn at a record breaking price, ing. The wedding was a very quiet ing. Hon. Emmett Puryear was presmeat hogs are rapidly "eating their one, only the immediate family and ent to look after the interests 'of the heads off". Farmers are anxious for a a few intimate friends of the contract- commonwealth, and the usual officials cold snap in order that they may stop ing parties being present. After the of the county were by their posts the drain on their corn cribs as well as ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Ballew took an promptly to assist in the moving of their larders. automobile for Richmond, where they the wheels of justice. boarded a train for Cincinnati, and Judge Hardin in his charge to the "Mr. Bob" At Paint Lick. after a short stay in that city, they grand jury covered the ground com friends in The people of Paint Lick are to be will be at home to their pletely advising that body to investiRichmond. The bride is a daughter of congratulated upon the opportunity gate as to the crime of'hearing that amusing comedy, "Mr. the late Joseph L and Mrs. Edna Fran- in the county and to usually prevalent leave no stone uncis, and is one of Lancaster's most esBob", which is booked for that towp the groom is one turned that would serve to bring a on Dec. 5th. A crowded house should timable ladies, while criminal to justice. He called greet this capable home talent play, of Madison county's leading farmers. attention to the investigations their being host of friends and we will guarantee an evening of The Record joins their made in the various counties as to exquisite pleasure. in congratulations. election frauds and instructed them fully on this point, letting'it be known Some Pies These, Prol. B. F Evans Injured. in no uncertain terms that he would way of a A most unique affair Prof. B, F, Evans suffered a serious condone no offenses of this nature pie supper was pulled off at the injury one day lasi ween, uy ucm should anyone be brought before him school house last Friday even- struck in the head with a rocK by Wat charged with violations of the e'.ection ing for the benefit of the Buckeye and Brock causing a slight fracture of the laws. Teatersville schools. A large crowd skull, He has been brought to the Following is the juries gathered and with them about forty home of Mr. J. P. Prather in this city GRAND JURY. High-clas- s pies, baked by the handsome ladies of and is resting easily, and it is thought George H. Lane, foreman John Naylor section, which were sod at auction Will soon recover, provided no com- John Bogie that A. B. Brown Jr. Price Bourne by Col. Holbert Bastjn, who proved ap plications arise, Prof, Evans was Robert Burnside Will Blanks C. W. Graves adept, as some of the pies sold as high teaching school at Scotts Fork, and it Sid Poor Noah Marsee as $3.50 each. It is now a mooted s said had a difficulty with Brock over J. A. Todd Mai Carter whether it was the good pies qne of hjs sons who is alleged to ha question, PETIT JURY. qr the auctioneering ability voi Col. misbehaved on or about the school Henry Arnold Alex West gastin, that made the pies so profitable grounds. Prof. Evans is said to have R. J. Lewis Ambrose Bourne H. B. Cox as the neat sum. of $44.03 was realized. threshed Brock, and the latter met T. T. Burdett Wm. McKechnie N. Bryant him on the same afternoon as he was Jack Bourne A. R. Tudor Swells The County Receipts. rpHirnintr to his boarding house from J. E. Anderson John Adams difficulty, and A. K. Walker Mr. Rjce G. Woods, cashier of the school and renewed the Alex Layton R. Griggs Peoples Bank of Paint Lick, following struck the Professor several times W. A. Moberly W. E. Hendrickson a long established custom, came down with rocks, one of which produced a S. P. Davis R. L. Elkin Sam Long and settled the taxes of a number of fracture of the skull. Officers have R. P. Ison Taylor House swelling the searched diligently for Brock, but as J. H. Prewitt his customers, thereby Logan Bourne countv treasury to the amount of a yet have not succeeded in locating him. Withdrawal. little over $5,000. Mr. Woods had the Will Hurt Loses To My Friends:; sheriffs office on the jump for awhile, Denlorable Accident. It is known to most of you that my and when they had finished with him Right Arm By Having That Member right arm is so affected, that I am unthey found they had issued 88 tax .re ceipts. able to do efficient work with my pen. Caught In A Fodder Shredder This is a great accommodation to the I have had it treated but no improveOn last Monday afternoon while the ment has customers of Mr. Woods' institution resalted. For that cause was and they are doubtless highly appreci- machine of Mr. Joshua Hurt only, I withdraw from the contest for shredding fodder on the farm of Cap't the his kindness. ative of e at Lancaster. I would J. A. Doty, Will Hurt who was as- be bound to employ such a clerical Smoker. Entertaining Stereoptican And sisting in feeding the machine had his force as to render the office insufficient machinery The smoker and stereoptican lecture rieht arm caught in. the to. meet my expenses. On account of disentangle it, the !, .1 my many friends, consisting of proglVeil UL LUC UJJCia iiuuac iof Tknrf lui .iiiu.tiuuj find before he could ninr. hv Haselden Brothers, was member almost to the elbow was ground fessional and business men. who signtown in attended by a crowded house and prov- - to" a pulp. He was hurried to ed my petition, together with the supMr. McMillan, a an automobile and taken to the office port of our able congressman, whom I ed very instructive. representative of the American Stee! of Dr. Kinnaird. Drs. Acton and have known from his childhood, you, injured arm and Wire Co. gave a very instructive Kinnaird amputated the nor I, had a doubt as to my appointadvantage the American about midway between the elbow and ment, although some backbiter or extalk on the shoulder. He was then removed to the aggerated Ego. might Steel Fence Post, which was well illusthink to the conwhere he trated on the canvas. The posts will home of Mrs. Davis Prather afternoon, trary. remained until Tuesday eventually take the place of the woodI shall save mv petitions, which are to his fathers home signed by those who receive the bulk en ones and are proving satisfactory, when he was taken He is doing m'cely of the mail. I shall oherish them as as some have been in use for as long near Point Leavell. hoped and thought will suffer mementos of true and tried friends, as seventeen years and are yet in good and it is no bad residts, further than the loss of whom I prie more highly than I do condition. his arm, whjch of itself is bad enough. wealth or office. Danville's Leading Hostelry Assigns. Ojr a The young man had a close call for I have said for some time that I Messrs Lowell and Lowell proprietors, his life, and but for his remarkably feared the necessity of pursuing this of the Gilcher hotel and restaurant and. nerve and presence ot mind in using course, and when I withdrew from. the -. the Depot restaurant in Danville, as? all of his strength in pulling the vt- contest, I indorsed no one for the posi signed last week to Mr. B. C. Berry prisoned arm from the machine, his ert tion, but spoke well of other for the benefit of their creditors. Their tire body would have heen drawn mt 1 retire with good will for all, and a liabilities are given at $8000. and assets notwithstanding the fact that 'one of high prices of provisions, his brothers rushed to and reversed conscience clear of any misconduct in at $4000. The help etc, is given as a cause for the and stopped the engine as quickly as the premises. Thanking those who stood by me so, failure. At a meeting of the creditors, possible. We have everything seeded for that Thaaki-givin- tf Will Hurt is 23 years of age, the nobly, and hoping to meet them where Messrs W. Scott Glove and C. P. Cecil and is 'feast. Jr were appointed as agents of the youngest of five brothers married a mod- we can communicate, free from the but a mail service, free from the love of creditors and these gentlemfen will op el young man. He was erate the hotel and the restaurant a few week ago to Miss Annie Dolli.ns, I filthy lucre and empty honors, abiding -- 1 daughter of Mr. James Dpllinsof Point in the love and glory of God, I am, the depot. They have closed the fori Truly Yours. gny . which has been operated in Leavell. G.reat sympathy is felt I M. D. Huehes. the young man in his misfortune, conjunction with the hotels A Silverware FREE! No .. 2t auto-mobili- For CASH SALES we,give the following list: HASELDEN BROS. n. Week in-th- e le :- Will present the latest New York Successes Vaudeville with between acts. Prices 10, 20 and 30cts. 4)(fc post-offic- I . To be Thankful, Be Happy To be Happy buy yoiir Groceries i Meats Davidson & Doty. Phone 81. nt 1 f j X TrI-1T." & ) I -'- - 'mA-rrsftY : .,; - ...j..j.-- . ..l ,, . 'tT..l..JTf Tfts Central Rtfuvtu, Thupsday, Nov 27, 1013. At-J.,...-..- y, rf p T t Tnr h i-" .Ufaitf f mnnatwmjr. sRpi ttWjlf ? OVERSTOCKS SUITS AMD OVER ,. 0 ywj5aw Si !&? W Owing to the backward season caused by warm weather, we find ourselves badly OVERSTOCKED on SUITS and OVERCOATS. Following our usual custom when overstocked, we are going to close this lot of New Clothing out at absolute cost, rather than carry over to another season. Positively all Clothing New. and Up-to-da- te, This Stock Reducing Sale MEN'S SUITS $22.50 Men's Suits, now 20.00 'Men's Suits, now 18.00 Men's Suits, now 16.50 Men's Suite, now 15.00 Men's Suits, now 12.50 Men's Suits, now 10.00 Men's Suits, now Starts SATURDAY, NOV 9 ALL CLOTHING CASH. BOYs OUERCOATs s Come early and get your size at these Great Money Saving Prices. MEN'S OVERCOATS $17.75 $20.00 Men's Overcoats, now $15.75 15.75 17.00 Men's Overcoats, now. 13.75 12.75 13.75 1G.50 Men's Overcoats, now. 15.00 Men's Overcoats, now ... 11.75 12.75 13.50 Men's Overcoats, now.... 10.75 11.75 9.75 12.50 Men's Overcoats, now .. 9.75 10.00 Men's Overcoats, now ... 7.75 7.75 8.50 Men's Overcoats, now.... 5.75 BOYS SUITs $10.00 Boys Knee Suits, now... $7.75 8.50 Boys Knee Suits, now ... 0.75 7.50 Boys Knee Suits, now.... 5.75 6.50 Boys Knee Suits, now 4.75 5.00 Boys Knee Suits, now 3.75 4.00 Boys Knee Suits, now. .. 2.75 2.50 3.50 Boys Knee Suite, now $10.00 8.50 7.50 6.50 5.00 4.00 Boys Overcoats, now .. $7.75 Boys Overcoats, now ... C.75 Boys Overcoats, now.... 5.75 4.75 Boys Overcoats, now Boys Overcoats, now.... 3.75 Boys Overcoats, now 2.75 3.50 Boys Overcoats, now ... 2.50 We have a large stock of Suits and Overcoats to sell out at the above prices and we are going to let them slide right off the reel, so be among the first to get chance. Don't forget our Stunebaker Wagon given awav Saturday, Decembes 20th, 1913. ... J. W. Smith Thursday afternoon vvhen the Pres. of the Ladies Working Society called for a birthday The married ladies went boldly forward, dronninir into the lap of the Treasurer one penny after another until the exact age was reached. Each coin virtually savinir "I dont care who knows my age". Such a bold statement made the old maids present feel "kind o'sheepish like" and it was amusing to see how many surplus pennies they (the old maids) hid behind. ofT-ri- House of Quality. Lancaster, Knntucky oooooooo seemed to electrify the country and to Hon. A. 0. Stanley Greeted By A Large cement the states in their observance Mr. J. S. Johnson Sr. died at his of Thanksgiving, though there were Crowd At The Court House Monday incorporated. home in this city at 11 o'clock last commonwealths which for some years $1.00 a year. Friday night, and Issued Weekly. And His Speech Is Conceded To after funeral ser- afterward selected a diiFerent date. vices at the home on Sunday morning, This gradually ceased, until now the J r: ROBINSON. Editor. Have Made A Splendid Imconducted bv Rev. Beagle, assisted by celebration has become a thoroughly Rev. Polhtt, his remains were taken on national and universal event. R.L. ELKIN. Business Manager. For a ' On His pression the eleven o'clock tram to Richmond, while it eclipsed the Fourth of July, Entered U tbe Post Office In Lancaster, Ky., for interment in the cemetery at that and in New England today it far surHearers. Bacoud-ClasMull Matter. place. Mr. Johnson's death was due passes Christmas in interest. With to cancer of the liver. He had been the disappearance of sectionalism, how Member Kentucky Press Association Garrard county democracy turned ill for some time, but had grown betever, the Fourth of July has assumed and ter, and his last illness was of only u its normal place in American holidays, out en masse on Monday afternoon to Eighth District Publishers League. few days duration, in fact so short was and is not likely again, through any hear Hon. A. O. Stanley present his his illness that but few knew that he combination of circumstances, to lose claims on the peoplo of Kentucky as a Lancaster, Ky., November 27, 1913. candidate for the United States Senate. was seriously ill. it. -- Ex. . j In a speech of two hours duration, reBesides his wife, who before her plete with logic and liberally intermarriage to Mr. Johnson was Miss Thanksgiving Prayer. Rates For Political Announcements Loula Arnold, he is survived bv three spersed with bursts of oratory, he For Precinct and Citv Offices ...S 5.00 children. Miss Minnie Johnson, an For days of health, for nights of ' held his audience spell bound. So plain"or County Offices 10.00 adopted daughter, and Miss Florence quiet sleep; for seasons of bounty and ly did he present the various topics to For State and District Offices.... 15.00 Johnson and Mr. Allen Johnson, and beauty, for all earth's contributions to his audience, and in such a lucid man' .10 one sister Miss Tine Johnson, all of our need through this past year, good ner did he explain the inner workings For Calls, per line Lord, we thank thee. For our coun-- 1 of Congress, that everyone within 10 whom resided at the . family home in For Cards, per line For all publications in the interthis city. "Squire Sam Johnson", as tiy's shelter; for our homes; for the reach of his voice was able to underHe asest of individuals or expreshe was familiarly known was born and joy of faces, and the joy of hearts that stand the gist of his remarks. sion of individual views, per reared in Garrard county, and was in love; for the power of great examples; serted, and conclusively proved his as10 his seventy sixth year at the time of for ho.y onus who lead us in the ways sertions, that the present democratic line Obituaries, per line 05 his death. He was a gentleman in all of life and love; for our powers of Congress was step by step fulfilling that the word implies, affable, cheer- growth; for longings to be a better and the promises made to the people at the ful, with a kind word for all whom he do more; for ideals that ever rise above Baltimore convention, even though in Card Of Thanks. chanced to meet, an earnest christian, tlie real, good Lord, we humbly thank order to do so they were compelled to thee! For the blessedness of service remain in continuance session. He euWe take this opportunity to extend a life long member of the Baptist I and the power to fit ourselves to others our sincere thanks and appreciation church, and a Deacon in the local needs; for our necessities to work; for logized President Wilson and pointed out very clearly just how he, with the church at the time of his death, defor the many kindnesses rendered us voted to his home and his family and all that brings us nearer to each other, solid backing of Congress, was "setting during our recent great sorrow. J nearer to ourselves, near to thee, we the Government free and setting busiMrs. J. S. Johnson and family. ' ever faithful to the best interests of thank thee, O our Father! ness free", and releasing them from the town and county, it can well be the thralldom of Wall street, citing as Lake Remain Low. said that in his death Garrard county an instance the deposit of $50,000,000 loses one of her leading and most subThe custom which Supt, Herron, ADVERTISING MAKES of Government fnds in the various recently adopted of turning on stantial citizens. banks of the country for the purpose A large number of our citizens acMORE BUSINESS. the water for an hour each day, he of moving the crops, the enactment of companied the remains to Richmond, tells us will more than likely have to the wisest and most beneficial tariff returning on the afternoon train. be abandoned within a week unless bill ever written, and further outlined Two Views Of The World. The bereaved family have the sinthere is more rain. The small amount their plans of the future until every THE PESSIMIST. water above the fire reserve obtain- cere condolence of the entire community of pledge to the people had been redeem-ed- . in which the Record joins in their great ed from the recent showers is about Thanksgiving? Why should I be thankModestly he spoke of the imporloss. exhausted. ful? I've no millions piled away; tant part he himself was taking, and People do not gladly cheer me; I have had taken in these efforts, Popular Error Holds That President Linbut when it Farmers Busy. little time to play; came to refutation of charges which Others go to view the wonders to be have been brought against him, or the The farmers throughout the county coln Issued First Thanksgiving found across the sea; last week were taking advantage of defense of his actions upon various ocBut I toil through all the seasons there casions, lie spoke in no uncertain terms. the favorable weather and were Proclamation. is little rest for me. gathering in all available forage for Taking these actions and accusations, the winter; fodder was being shredded There is discussion as to the origi i All that I can earn is quickly claimed categorically, he showed conclusively by those who lie in wait, and baled, silos filled and every thing of the present national custom and to tl e entire satisfaction of his of ob possible being utilized to help bring serving Thanksgiving day. It was held Overcharging me in order that their hearers, that his every act had been the stick through the cold weather. toy a large number of profits may be gre?t. according to the dictates of his own people, until rePerhaps after all the short corn crop cently, that the custom was first es- Why should I be thankful, brother? conscience, for the good of the Demoand the high prices of hay and other tablished by President Lincoln What I have I've had to get cratic party, for the best interests of during roughness will prove a valuable lesson, the Civil war. Examination of the Through the hardest kind of digging; the country at large, and above all, in that it will make the farmer more records showed I have paid with honest sweat; that his actions were HONEST and that this was a mistake. resourceful and will teach him to make A number of the presidents I have pushed ahead unaided, Fate and RIGHT. He made it plain to his hearwho pre use of farm products which have here- ceded Mr. Fortune I've defied; ers that the issue between him and his Lincoln issued Thanksgiving tofore gone to waste. proclamations, the practice dating back I've refused to let thtm crush me, oponents was not a personal one, but though they've often grimly tried. to Washington. They had been dethat tbe welfare, not only of the state Lancaster, Ky., November 24, 1913. Why, therefore, should I be thankful? of Kentucky, but of the entire country sultory, however, and there had been At a meeting of the directors of the To my strength and to my will. Citizens National Bank of Lancaster, no regular repitition of the proclamation I'm indebted for permission to keep was involved. He reviewed briefly his record while in Congress, and statKy., the following resolutions were until after it had been issued by Mr. striving onward still. Lincoln. ed that there had never been an act of passed:- his official life of which he was ashamTHE OPTIMIST. Thd custom of observing a day of S. Johnson, our Vice Whereas J. thanksgiving and prayer is as old a3 Thanksgiving! I am truly thankful, ed, or for which he felt the necessity President, died on November the 21st, of an apology. though I still must work away. 1913, and Whereas he was one of our the civilization of the country. It was inaugurated in New England very Though there are no crowds to cheer He stated that at the outset of the honored and most respected officers. shortly after the arrival of the first me, though I've little time to play; campaign he had cordially invited Gov, Therefore be it resolved in his death this institution has lost one of English immigrants, and it gradually Other men may look for pleasure, from Beckham to be present at his appointments, and had advised him of his the cares of duty free. its highest officers, a wise counsellor, became the day of all others in the year, for surpassing Christmas in the Others know the joys of leisure, but speaking dates, but that he had not as and a just man; The community and yet seen proper to be present on any there's little rest for me; county a good citizen, an upright and enthusiasm and universality of its observance. In the southern states, prior Yet how weak is he that sadly sits one of these occasions. He paid his reschristian gentleman. pects to the Editor of the Louisville Evcomplaining at his fate; That his family have lost a kind and to the Civil war, it was quite general, loving husband and father; That we though there was no common day of I have thanks to render gladly for a ening Post, whose paper is bitterly opposing his candidacy, and his contempt The governors of the vigor that is great. express our sincerest sympathy to celebration. them in their bereavement, knowing states issued their proclamations with- Why should I be thankful, brother? I for that gentleman could not have been couched in more forcible language. that have to 6trive and sweat, that they look to "Him who doeth all out reference to the dates set by the This was Mr. Stanley's initial appear things well" for their comfort and governors of other states, and it not Earning doubly, yea and trembly, all infrequently happened that the celeance before a Garrard county audience, the blessings that I get? consolation. That a copy of these resolutions be bration would occur in Maryland on a I have marched ahead unaided, though and there is no doubt but that it will prove beneficial to his candidacy. From my strength has oft been tried. presented to the family of the deceas- day different from that which was obed, be printed in the Central Record, served in the neighboring states. There I have kept my soul unsullied, I'm en- the number of favorable remarks heard by the large court day crowd on the titled still to pride; and spread upon the records of this were commonwealths, prior to the Civil war, where no proclamation was I am thankful for my courage, thank- street after the speaking, there is no bank. issued, and there was no observance doubt but the impression was a ful for an iron will, 1 B. F. Hudson. Lewis L. Walker. Committee whatever. And the buoyant hope a thousand bit- favorable one, and his friends are J W. F. Champ. The proclamation of Mr. Lincoln confidently asserting and claiming that ter failures could not kill. The Central Record Johnson. s he will carry the county. The large audience was liberally interspersed with lajies, and the applause was frequent and vociferous, showing that his remarks had undoubtedly made a deep impression on his attentive hearers. At the conclusion of his remarks, Mr. Stanley was tendered an ovation, nearly every person in the house seeming anxious to grasp his hand. FARMER'S COLUMN ! 00eoOOO-04oo90M900090a T STANFORD. Mrs. Mary Penny, is the guestof her son, Dr. William Penny, of Danville. Mrs. Woodie Hale is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. 11. C. Wray, of Danville. Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Pence are receiv. ing congratulations over the arrival of a son. Mrs. P. E. Kemp, of Louisville, was the guest of Dr. and Mr. T. W. Pennington last Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Beazley and fam ily, of Lancaster, were the guests of Mrs. W. W. Hays, Sunday. Mis3 Sophia Alcorn, one of Danville's popular D. D. teachers, spent Saturday and Sunday with home folks here. Mrs. R. W. Keenon, of Harrodsburg spent Saturday and Sunday with her niece, Little Miss Ann Francis Penning ton. Mrs. Jes3e Lynn, who has been the guest of her sister. Miss Daisy Vande yeir, has returned to her home at dpacc below this Iivmuhk li fu tke wsc! iu of our iirmt-- r nt,siTil.?r- -. iinij U fi :he .ate of toek. grain ami Hvh thlHga hi rami in the farmer cannot a2rd I tecf-ci- a. No netted will ? Heefttai fbnr inei. and Mil by only In Mu Nnei Gt Ik ECOKb. free of charge vr I For Sale or rent, my hHte Crab Orchard pike. R. L. Cox. ! YOU'LL FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN. V on T. 15. Robinson has three good, coming 3 year old mules fer sate. pir All the delicacies of the season at Currey's T Buy old Fashin Piana. for SAI.E:-A- n Mrs. G. P. Terrill, Phone 159. Latcai-te- r, Ky. Curry. FOR SALE:-tw- o nice meat hor. your Thanksgiving, edibles Jof weigh about 325 pounds- - T. V.. Cmm, Phone 20. R. F. D. No. 1. For Rent. Mammoth Bronze turkeys sate My house and lot on Lexington Ave. Phone 37 .Mrs. B. P Swepa. Mrs. Susan Fisher Bryan tSYtttc fr FOR SALE:-most new. A Florence Heater, al- For Sale:-Pu- re I bred crystal whits Mrs. Susan Fishery Orpington cockerels and a few puffets J. T. Preston, Camp Nelson, Ky. Frankfort. Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Hilton, have re turned to their home after a protracted visit to his sister, Mrs. Fred Hannah, at Nogalis, Ariz. News has been received here that Mr. Eph Pennington, at Phoenix Ariz., brother of Dr. T. W. Pennington of this place, is very low. Misses Ruth Darnall, Lena Palmer, Sofronie Fox, Berta Jean Penny, Mary S. Cook, Mary M. Raney, Ann Davis McRoberts, Effie Baughman and Lissa Holtzclaw and Messrs Harry Carter and Harry Reinhart, chaperoned by For Rent. Miss Ellen Ballou, attended a musical given under the auspicias of Kentucky, A house and lot on Hill Court. My College for Women, last Wednesday mother to retain one room and rental night at Danville. pay her board. Prefer man and wife Mrs. Bright Herring HAltKSUUlil'. 1 3t. Lancaster Ky. t-2t 11-2- Are you contemplating buying a Pure apple vinegar at 40 cts a gaKe piano? See the fine line on exhibition or in barrels that I will wholesale at next door to Opera House. close price. J. T. Henry. Mr. C. Green. Wanted to Rent-- A Farm of about 10 Do You Want A farm? acre3. Money rent. Will make Bank If so write or see W. T. Ewing note. A. B. Creech, Paint Lick, Ky. Harrodsburg, Ky. Splendid farms ranR FOR SALE:-Hous- e and lot on Daning from $50 to S100 an acre. f ville avenue known as the Shugar's Swine-broa- d. property. Apply to Hughes A Scoth Collie is grpat protection for women and children, a good watch dog & best stock drivers known. Pedigreed I have for sale some pure bred Plypups for sale, ready to go, bargains. mouth Rock Cockrels. CaH awl so them before buying. W. B. Mason, Jr. .Mrs. F. 3. Tinder. All persons having claims against Mr. W. T. Doolin has three jeaRet. the estate of W. S. Wall-p-r fi- ithem properly proven with my attorney all with foal, which he will fan to one or more pnrsons. He alo has a Lewis L. Walser at once. good Jack with white iints for sule. Fannie Walker. Executor. STRAYED my place Bear Hyattsville rbout November 1st, a red heifer with white stripe on back and has brindle spots, weighs about 4W pounds Reward for information leading to her recovery. II. C. Arnold, Hyattsville, Ky. t I Mrs. Lula Pollard has been ill for several days. Mr. Robt. Clark, has been quite sick for the past 10 days. Mrs. Geo. Huffman, who has been ill of typhoid fever, is reported better. The youngest child of Mr. Ryley unfortunately got its arm broken. Mr. Ike Meyers and daugher, spent Thursday of last week with Mr. Jno, Royston and family, T, D. Chesnut was kicked by a mule last week. Though not seriously injured, he was left lame. Cotton Seed Meal and Salt in Sax, also Michigan Salt at $2 per Barrel, Hudson & Hughes. will have an all day sesThe ladies sion at the residence of D. S. Swope, A good member on the 4th of Dec suggests that you put a "biscuit in your pocket". (This means no ordinary lunch). It is requested that any one owing the Ladies Working Society will "pay in" next Thursday 4th of Dec. Nothing after this date will be entered upon the book of the treasurer as her book will be Dosted before the last meeting of ' tt,; was afforded last Much merriment FOR sale:-- T wo thorough bred short horn bulls twelve and fifteen month I desire to rent my property on Stan old. One jersey bull fiftee.i month ford street, opposite the Christian old Subject to register. All good church, for the year 1914. An v further individuals and ready for service. 7.. information can befurnished by Mr.W. T. Rice. Phone 347 A. R. F. D. No. 3. T. West, at the Post Office. Mrs. Jennie West, for sale:-- pair of good 3 year oM horse mules. 10 head registered jersey Tulsa, Okla. milk cows, fresh with young calves. A Piano Tuning- lot of first class pure timothy hay. will deliver the hay in 5 or 10 bale lost. If your piano needs tuning call Mr. G. B. Swinebroad, Lancastar, Ky. C, Green at Mr. U. D. Simpon.s. He is an expert tuner. Resident Property For Rent. A chants In the Un.ted States Are the Largest Advertisers. THE Most Successful Mer- - See the Point? Can Add Class and to Your Distinction Business by Having a Y OU uir PROPERLY DESIGNED LETTERHEAD The undersigned hereby gve warning to all persons not to trespass upon our lands for any purpose whatever a we will prosecute all offenders to fullest extent of the law. Hunters and. Fishermen especially take notice. G. W. Elam. R. L. Elkin. Ed & N B Price J. W Sweeney John M. Farra W. G. Anderson J. H. & W. S. Weaver. B. L. Kelley. S. C. Henderson. B. M. Lear. A. J. Daddell, W. S. Embry Mrs. Pattie D. Gill. II. C. Arnold. We will add other names for 25 cents cash. POSTED CS9S9SE9SJ?B?SJBS&WZWS SftSa2KKara6Hasa5KiSlSHtfBaBft HilE2ftSWSH6aiaHSftHrHAEKi 5WBB9HKKM9KVfcS9aiMH2ftSftHKftS HOME TOBACCO WAREHOUSE RICHMOND,. KENTUCKY. 1 Entire Roof Slopes To S?Uth. Automatic Scales. The Best Light. The Largest and Most Convenient. Highest Prices and Courteous Treatment Assured. Best Stall For Your Horses. ' v -- . i- -. K- t '. THe 13 . - Qml hfcrtf, Friday. Nov tt Ercs n .& t3. CV.wMr'W4W' - ' , r. - 11 j "" - . I $ 3 la la la Our nverccs last seathan any inaiket in Uie a Ir Fro V? 1 1 If3 It is the best market in the Stale. son were higher on all grades Burley district. Free Insurance on Tobacco lllplvillr. COgsMgi :T U. R. NEXT. If you want your Razor honed or a SELL WITH Danville Tobaeco Warehouse Walnut Street Go TOBACCO WAREHOUSE - rMi?ji'wr'i5- - - No charge for rejections. Close up town to Hanks, Stores, Restaurants. Once a customer, nlwajs a customer. For information, itlcpl'i i:e us any time at nu Phone No Nice Hair Cut and Shave with ttharp Razor and Clean Tow Is. The old stand pat barber t .,. o.itiim; TOBAC- KCNRV DUNCAN Rul inond otreet. FIRST wwrH SALE NOV. 20th. WAREHOUSE 0FENS TO RECEIVE Danville, Yy. JIS3jW5-an- s CO AFTER NOVEMBER ISth. We have the largest Loose Leaf Warehouse ' outh of ;ty250.-00- 0 Kentucky River. Main Building 105x280. C; pounds of tobacco daily. Unloading facin . a for 50 wagons at a time. Warm comfortable stalls lor 200 head of horses. 'SSKJ! sadism Danville Tobacco Warehouse Co Walnut Street, I R. M. BOURNE Auctioneer. Good Service. Danville, Ky. ALLEN HlEATT.Secretary. Prices Right. A. H. C. BRIGHT, President. llllll , Phone 35 Lancaster, . -- Kentucky. ii I, arej I .mill iiiiiu iiiHiMiinji II llMII. HIM J How's This? School Notes. We offer One Hundred Hollars t (V. F Miller ) Reward for any car.e of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls. Mr. Can.-v- on Fn.lay morning Catarrh Cure. brought his CKiiilionolhi to the school & CO.. Toledo, O. K J. CHEKET We. the undersigned, have known F. J. and jrave us some wiv line selee- 15 , J years, and believe Cl.eney for the last him Derfectlv honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry u lil will. ui. .lit .(i.riir.ui.11119 u.ii COMMERCE. NATIONAL. BANK OK Toledo. O Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Testimonials suit free. Pric-- 73 cents per bottle. Sold by all DruKRists. Take Hall's Family rills tor constipation. e i A J,it.ai nidnj p1,nnU nnwlmve these machines, and they aro readily heing ;mt into others, Miss Retlie West was a recent visitor ,,, TRY SOLACE AT OUR EXPENSE Money Hack for any ease of Rheumatism, Neuralgia cr Headache , will be at the school AuJitorum Bro. Beagle.acconipanied by a former minister, Ilro. Kllit. of Cynthiana visited our school Mondavniorninjiand each made a welcome and interesting adt. at cur school. That "Lost Chaperon" thai dress. .Mr. ' Ancient Unions and Trusts. About the .c.ir l'.iu It. C Tlijatlri came under the power of !ome. ami. thoilli in Ihe il.i.vs ot the lepnhlie it suffered mill h from oppievioli aiiil t' tortiou. jniMt (iiiiuiieiii.il c;i tne to it with Ihe in.iiiiiiMtion ot Ihe empire. About Ihe time that t elation it was at John rot the the height uf il we.ilth .mil pro.peritj II is Unowii ilia: as a l.il'.in:- -. i!l theie were rioie trade guiliN in TIij.i Urn than in am oilier city of Asi;.. foi iiiM'iiptioiis tell us that there were guilds of linen workers, wool worker", dyers, biouzc smith", potters, bakers, tanners anil sl.ne dealers. The "elliim of le.idy made garments wa- - an important business of Th.atini. but whether there were the aci oiiipauimeuts of sweatshops. long Imuis ami -- caut pa we are not told. Christian Herald pio-peri- ly Musical Possibilities. Modern eompoMTs who lack the faculty of creating 01 initial melodies and Mrs. Ebb Diekerson and Sclsce Fails To Remove. morning Randolph were Monday visitors at our school. SOLACE REMEDY is a recent medi Mis.s Dean what, when, and where cal discovery of three German Scien-- ; will iour next show be.".' ? '!. tists that dissolves Uric Acid Crystals The "Lost Chaperon will be a good easy to and Purifies the Blood. It is take, and will not aired the weakest snow don't forget it. It is under the direct "supervision" of Miss Olive stomach. It is guaranteed under the Pure Food j Dean, FOOT BALL NEWS. and Drugs Law to be absolutely free from opiates or harmful drugs of any j Lancaster easily wins over Model Normal boys by a score 14 toO. On acdescription SOLACE is a pure specific in every count of lack of space this week we way. and has been proven btyond ques have to omit the Foot Ball New?, but tion to be the surest and quickest rem- - j will be in next weeks issue eily for LTric Acid Troubles known to medical science, no matter how long standing. It reaches and removes the Keport of the Condition root of the trouble (Uric Acid) and purifies the blood. OK THK THE SOLACE CO. of Battle Creek are the S !e U. S. Agents and have thousands of voluntary testimonial letOf Buiik Kryantsville ters which have been received from giateful people SOLACE has restored riolut; at town of Ilrjant-iVlllto health. Testimonial letters, .lter-atui- e and FREE BOX sent upon Count) of Onrrard.&tiite of KentiivL), I , c- R. Lee Morris, president of the First National Bank of Chico, Texas, wrote AT TIIC CLOSt: OF lil'MN'Css JX T1IK the Solace Company as follows: "I want you to send a box of Solace to my father in Memphis, Tenn., fori which I enclose SI. This remedy has been used by some friends of mine here and I must say its action was won(Signed) R. L. Morris. derful. Put up in 25c, SOc and $1. boxes. IT'S MIGHTY FINE TO HE WELL AND YOU CAN SOON BE SO BY "No Special TAKING SOLACE. Treatment Schemes or Fees". JUST SOLACE ALONE does the work. Write today for the free box, etc. "SOLACE REMEDY CO., Battle Creek Mich. 1.5th day of Xov 1913. i:Ksori:t:i:.. ... I.ohii kikI Overdraft secured and . 1'uc from itauks Cali 011 iiainl e, Hanking llou-l'lirultureaud . $ 11.7m '.", i- l.si'i l.'"i..i '!. it Ml lture . . Total l.IAI'.IUTIh.S Capital Stock paid ill. in cash . suritlin fund" t'ndlMdfd l'rotlis. les" eiieii- . p.iiil m" and luxe" I)elKi-- it subject to cluck tin.i.f) ta of DeDemand Certillcate II.W0 li posit Hill. I'ayal.Ie ... t.2M '.s S 5.1.it-- 'j S7 ... .... $I."."00 On l.:) ou oW ss ' j.$ 00 27 KKXTfCKY. I till MY OF UAKItAKIll' ."OT. and J. C. W We. C C. Bicker. 1're-nlcCOLLEGE FEMALE MILLERSEURG uf the-- alune named llnuk no holemnl) "wi-rtliithe above statement I" true to tbe beet of our knowled: and belitf. HILLERSBURG, KY. C. C. Keeker. lre-ideJ.C. Wn liamk. Cn-hlHome School For Girls. An Attractive Subscribed and "Worn to bfure me tbisi-Jnila of Nov. WIS. Pupils are surrounded with an atmosJ. Hoan Hallard. Nutarv l'ublic phere of culture, wholesome fellowship Mv I'oiniiii'i-iu- ii exidrtH Feb sa. 1HK. "TTC or Total and safe religious environment. New buildings combining all modern conveniences. Health record unsurpassed. Academic and College Entrance Courses. Music Department under skilled artists trained in Germany, Lecture RICHMOND. KY. and Concert Course. Domestic Science. QW&Sgs&jf, The growing popularity of the school A Training is evidenced by the fact that a number i7t? 0 II S rl School for Teachers C nrvlcaflnr to rimutiiry i of pupils were turned away last sesIutLife Mate Cir sion for the lack of room to accommotlftrajri. Xi'lt la all Public gvlioolf of Ktntufty. a ii a I rninw date them. Kericv Cou'wt. Tuition FrctoAp tioiutca. TaociileuII.l ilor- Expenses for board, tuition, etc. acbnoL new manual training bultillnc. cutnrfoi. new model will equlpji- -l lower than other schools of like grade. t.ralfe,i'liool,lHrim.nlofairicul''" biennSip. Selenre. rntia.lom. Jauuir Send for catalog and engage a room LnWII Second Term Vovember 1. Thlpl Term June 1C, ?7 F.irth Term April 7, Summer &.I100I oin C. Fisher, Pres. Rev. C. early. rw, a U j .uKiin. J. (r. UUAuuik, Millersburg, Ky. V. ilisfffl'l ' mill m - Di.me-tl- c thcac-clvc- s sometimes try to con-olwith the relleclion that the melodic The Most Superb Train possibilities have been exhausted. How far this is from being true Dr. Ralph Connecting the North Duiisinu ha-- : shown: "Uacii with such and South Was Put Into a short musical form as the Anglican single chant, which consists in its simOperation Monday Mornple statement of the notes, no less than ilo.OUO.OtO different melodies are ing November 3. pos"ible. without regarding the multitudinous differences formed by passing and auxiliary notes, harmonies and The most superb train in the United Kuppo-i'irhythmical accentuation. St ites connecting the nortli and south onl.v one in a hundred of these tones made its first trip over the Queen and to he musically interesting, we have a Crescent Route Monday morning. It possible repcitory of CilO.OOO single is known as the "Royal Palm" and for chants. And if this he true of such a simple and icstriited form of meloluxurioiisiiess. modern conveniences dy, with what overwhelming force and equipment of the most approved Genesis of the Phonograph. does It apply to longer ami more imHow Sue Knew. type the new train is an ideal of perlong ago as iv.l.1 SirV. II I'reeee. portant compositions:" As The chromatic "I do think." exclaimed Mrs. Tolkcr fection "The Royal Palm" is proe scale jieli'.s over U.OOO.UW.OOO possithen dlleilor of the ItritKli indignantly, "that .Mrs Gadabout vided with one of the new steel dining telegntphs. sent message" without bilities in the construction of melodies. iim.t aggravating!) inquisitive woxvhich surpasses anything of the wire" across Ihe soiim! of Mull when Chicago News. man, if I must "i.y "o. I ever knew. caio kind known heretofore m modern railwas broken down the submarine cable Why. I never p:i"s her on the stleet Sir William was also at the) but what she invari-iblturns her way cire'es. A Pullman Compartment London's Bridge. birth of the phonograph. In 1.S77 he' Loudon only First Stcne gained its true position head and stares luck at me to see Observation Car Affords the piivacj spent ludepeiiileni e 1:: with IMKoti first bridge xvhat I've got on and how it sits from and seelu.'ion of a boudoir, aside from at hi" house in New Yoik. .mil in dis- and Importance when the the Thames. behind " furnishing tile restful and luxurious replaced the ferr.v across closing the telephone he reiuaiked to The lirst stone bridge "How er that is. I was wondering. facilities of an observation parlor and there seems to Ihe gieat American inventor. "Tlien if been begun in 117l: there had my dear, how vou found out that the platform from which to enjoy the passwhat j tin say is true it will he possible have previously been a wooden structure. mean tiling looked hack. Some one tell ing scenery. In addition to Standard to repioduce the human voiie." Kill youV" inquired Mr. Tolker innocently, Pullman Draxx Sleeping Cars nothing, and It is said that King John, pleased xvith son shut Ills ies. And Mrs Tolker straightaway turned the bridges that he saw in France, the (oiiversatioii changed On the voy- brought over a indignation, "cething ' of the most recent design and appointthe stream of her skilled French workage home Sir William worked out a man, hot. from .Mrs. Gadabout to her "in ment, the equipment of the "Royal phonograph in theoi-.v- . but. not being a sary and he decided to raise the necesrevenue from the rent of houses simiatiug wretch of i !iU"baiid " as she Palm" xvill includ" Reclining Chair mechanic, left it as an idea. In le" upon this bridge. Its arches fondly termed him. and after the liiM Care, with smoking norns. giving the than a month lOINon sent Sir William built narrow, of accomplishing your were sometimes causing ac- pyrotechnic out burst icftisisl to speak opportunity I'reeee a phonograph, the liist that cidents to boats passing bencith: and to the fortunate man lor the rest of journey in relaxation and ease, withcame to 1'iiglaml. Loudon Craphic. the evening riitsliurgh Dispatch. occasionally whole blocks of hou"es. out any additional charge. falling into disrepair, would topple The "Royal Palm" will operate beDid as She Asked Hon. The Price of Peace. over into the stream. There were tween Chicago, Illinois, and JacksonA teachei in a icuciucm li"t rii-- t Hurtwenty arches, one forming a drawShe appeal til to be somewhat excited ville, Florida. Departure xvill be ried from the school to tiutl the mother bridge. Many reasons made a drawxvhen he came home that night, and lie a pupil w ho been taken ill. of j made from Cincinnati each morning at bridge desirable not only the passing naturally asked the cause "Can you show me where Mrs. "The man it: the top ll.it has fallen ' 7o'ciock on the southbound trip and of masted vessel", hut the power or Scanil.tle lives';"' she inquired of a raising on the north bound trip will reach Cinhi love with our cook." she said. it against an enemy." Milwau' cinnati cherub transplanted from the sunnv kee Sentinel. each night at 9:25 o'clock. "What of it':" he ashed. south to a dark. sunle"s alley. "He's been trying to get her to run The "Royal Palm" will run as a solid I "how von." and a will "Yes. teach'. axvay and marrx titni " tram between Chicago, Indianapolis Air Pressure In Tunnels. ing, sticky hand dragged her on with "Do you mean the man who prac and Jacksonville, and will provide the The effects of air resistance are well such speed as to make her stumble i tices on the cornet every nightV" most modern conveniences for the over an Italian dame seated on the shown in the twelve and a half mile She said she did. and he made a dive I thousands of people who will visit the thre"hoIil. After the teacher's breath Simplon tunnel, where an exception for his pocket southland this winter. less (Iiuht towaul the clouds the little ally high amount of energy is requited -' for running the electric trains The ""Tell the cook." he exclaimed exhand stopped lugging citedly. "that I'm a poor man. but I'll "Theie where Mees Scandale live." tunnel, xvhhii is lifteen feet xvide and give S'jO if she'll do it." St. Louis indicated the horizontal arm and lia eighteen feet hi;$. with a sectional I'ost-Di- s patch. ger. "but she downstair siitina on the area of U.'.O square feet, has a ventilat ing current of il'M) cubic feet of nir step." liuished the smiling lips. New Not Qualified to Judge. per second, maintained by two blast York Globe. fans at the I.rigue end and two e- - ' She was an excellent tennis player haust fans at Iselle. Trains going xvith and could paddle a canoe most grace- Breed and Feed the Horses. fully, but this was her lirst attendance Show me a well bred horse and a this current encounter les resistance Having sold my farm, I will on than in open air up to fifteen and a at a horse shoxv poorly fed one and I will show jou a "Are you a good judge of horse miles an hour, but at higher FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 23th 1913. poor horse Show me a poorly bred half flesh V" inquired one of her friends. one and a well fed one and I will speeds or in the opposite direction the "Oh. I should say not. 1 never tast- on my farm in Preachersville, Lincoln show you a fair horse. Shoxv me a resistance is much greater than outed any." she said. County, Kentucky, sell to the highest well bred one and a well fed one and side. Coasting by gravity down the bidder my personal property as folI seven per 1.000 maximum gradient, a I will show you a market topper. Then There Was Trouble. train, oven though going xvith the curlows: Wallace's Farmer. ay Young is the anniverrent, cannot exceed thirty live miles an One Four year old Jack, black xvith hour on account of the braking by the sary of our wedding I shall have one white points unci well bred. Ivdigrfe Quaint Description. of the chickens killed In honor of the given on once described air. Admiral Dewey occasion ller Husband- - Oil. leave it to see day of sale, any one wishing quaintly in Washington a man who this Jack can do so by calling at alone It wasn't the chicken's fault! Queer Tricks of Memory. was a borrower and a sponger. The chicken wasn't killed and the tne farm. Also 19 head of cattle. It; In later life I'n'ersoii's memory play"He is one of those chaps that one head coming two years old steers, I occasionally meets." the admiral said. ed him some strange tricks. James dinner was a failure. fat cow, lot of fat hogs. 1 yearling "who use all their friends as coaling Cabot, his biographer, says that he mule, 1 suckling mule colt, 1 brood Then 3ncl Now. met him one day in the streets of Bosstations." could mare, lot of baled hay and baled oat "Befoie I married my wife ton apparently at a loss for something and asked him xvhere he was going. listen to her voice for Hours and straw. Remembered Him. About 80 barrels of com in crib, "Did your uncle remember you when "To dine," said Emerson, "with an old hours." "And now?" and very dear friend. I know where he came to make his will?" about 100 bushels shelled oats, lot of "Now I have to." Houston Post. "Yes. lie remembered me so well she lives, but I hope jou xvoti't ask me new barn lumber, lot of wire fence, 1 that he left my name out altogether." her name." Then he went on to depond scraper, 1 double disc harrow, 1 Exception. wife scribe her as "the mother of the An Buffalo Express. riding cultivator, 1 Steel Roller, 1 of the young man the tall man who "Does like alwa.vs produce like?" Corn Planter 1 Mowing Machine speaks so well." and so on until Cabot "Of course " Relationship. guessed to whom he was referring. I were cousin germnn "Then why is poor health produced 3 turning plows, 3 double shovel plows, Governess If 1 e wagon, household goods American. to you. what relation would my father This failing led to a pathetic scene at by ncii including 1 Organ, After gazing , Small Mildred-Du- tch Longfellow's funeral. be to you. Mildred? long at the face of his lifelong friend j Terms made known on day of sale. Back Handed. uncle. Chicago News. as he lay in his collin Emerson said to Sale begins at 10 o'clock a. m. "Is he a snail you can trust?" al- "I should say he was. You The difference between one boy and a bystander. "That gentleman was a J. F. HOLTZCLAW. another consists not so much in talent sweet, beautiful soul, but I have en- wajs trust liiuWor everything he gets Capt. Am Bourne. Auct. tirely forgotten his name." If you want to." Judge. s in euergy Thomas Arnold one-halJ pn-seting-Roo- m j An-gel- o . I i Wili-Tod! 1 two-horje food?"-Baltimore two-hors! This is the way to make oflicial bread, given out by the chief cook of the department of agriculture- "For thtee pound loaves -- make fer men! of one omne i al.e compressed J east, one ounce granulated sugar, half ounce salt and twenty ounces water. Place in even temperature for an hour Weigh four and f pounds Hour and let it vraim. .Mix Hour and ler incut together Cover mixliite ami watni for twenty minutes. If dough is too stiff add lukewarm water. After twenty minute, more take tip dough xvith hand" slightly greased and fold over ai'd over fourteen times Cover, set aside for twenty minutes; then fold nine times Atter twentj minutes more mold into loaves and bake forty minutes in a "teadv- oven Kin to 4b degrees F. A cup ot water in the oven xvill make a tenderer crust." Wm. D. Pryor, and Dentist. s Livery Veterinary at Kuiiir) Lancaster, Ollice Surgeon Stable. Kentucky C "IV. ;imes Fitted. Morrow, Graduate Optician s'utU.'iicIiou liu.iauteeil and THE NEW Opposite Post Office. Barber Shop Bath In Connection. J, E. Seale.Prop . ELLIOTT, Physician and Surgeon. LANCASTER, KY. Office Phone 6. Residence Phone 220. Office over Stormed' Prng 3tor. h. a Ottlce Hours to li. 1 p. m. to t B- - F. "Walteb DENTIST. Lanrtstrr, Ky. Phone 65. H. J. PATRICK, Dentist. Pemt Lick, Office Kentucky. ddiUB "S Office: Hoursa. M. K. Benny and Doctors Of Denial Surgery. Stormes BiiIldliiROTei Hurt it Ander f . A. Wheeler son's Furulture LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. TREES Fruit and Shade Shrubs, Grape Vines. Peonies, Phlox, Phu- barb,. Roses, Etc Everything for Orchard. Lawn and Garden. Write for free Catalogue. No Agts. a, nuiin II llll Ill TUT.IIIIilM Ii I Mli BUM I 33 ifsjTrai'irwnrugrgg!? Growers of what we sell. TO H.F.Hillenmeyer & Sons. Lexington, Kentuckv. County CohtI Days. Lancaster Tobacco Warehouse iajmj.vt,wigri3aatmr nn. 6Tf57gfgriiffS?reMrf STANFORD STREET, We Pay Highest Market Price. C. A. Speith Co, Managers ' No Commission Charged. Unload The Same Day. Phone 202. MM Richmond, 1st. Monday. Paris, 1st. Monday. Frankfort. 1st. Monday. Harrodsburg, 1st. Monday. Lexington, 2nd. Monday. Stanford. 2nd. Monday. Shelbyville, 2nd. Monday. Carlisle, 2nd. Monday. Danville, 3rd. Monday. Lawrenceburg, 3rd. Monday. Nicholasville, 3rd. Monday. Mt. Sterling. 3rd. Monday. Somerset. 3rd. Monday. Georgetown. 3rd. Monday. LANCASTER. 4th. Monday. Winchester, 4th. Monday. Monticello. 4th. Monday. Versailles. 4th. Monday. sairXrS., i - -. - .rf'.t. ty? A iage 4 x6303CKprls&-atos9 4 Tfte-Centra: ?: . J Keoora, rriany, Nov 2?f I91& ? Ynt a y ....---..-.- fi. ;.', qJ.'- n&& -s i" rscr""" - -- . . ?! in rrwflTTrv"PT'TrVTn? 51 MUSr BELIEVE IT When Well-Know- n Lancaster People It So Plainly. Tell Dangerous Cataf rh SiOppM By Hyomei. Wc Write Any Kind of LOW ON FALL AND WINTER I W at 3 !a Suits i Overcoats, Underwear, Shoes Right Here In The Heart Of The Season. Think of being able to seiure al' la ft 6 ? StetsoaOats,HasianSSioe AND ft w W M M K , M 1A UP-TO-DA- TE. ulOiJll!l$ .; M s AT REDUCED PRICES. Our Stock is New and K K W M If BICHT I and cannot be duplicated at the prices we are making You can save enough on your fall and winter purchases at our store to buy all your Christmas goods, It will pay you as a big investment to borrow money and buy goods from us during our reduced price sale. FREE MERCHANDISE. Tickets are given away with each dollar purchase, good for $3.50 worth of merchandise, given away each after noon and on the $15. Suit given away Saturday night. Be sure to save your tickets. MICHAELS. STERN.& CO. EOCllLSTER. N. Y. 6&NTE DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. fa! ? 60. TOBACCO Just as long as you have catarrh, your head will be stopped up, your nose When public endorsement is made by will itch, your breath will be foul, you a representative citizen of Lancaster will hawk and sniflile, you will have You must be- droppings in the the proof is positive. throat andthatchoked lieve it. Kead this testimony. Every up feeling in the morning, The germs sufferer of kidney backache, every of catarrh have you in their power; man, woman or child with Kianey they are continually irritating the trouble will do well to read the follow- membrane of your nose end throat. ing: You must kill these loathsome germs I. D. Austin, blacksmith, Stanford or their desperate assaults will in time Pike, Lancaster, Ky., says: "I had leave you a physical wreck. weak kidneys and the kidney secretions There is one remedy sold bv U. E. were irregular in passage aiy naci. McKoberls & faon that is guaranteed to pained me. Doan's Kidney I'ills Kill me germs and slop catarrh, or strengthened me in every way." money back. It is Hyomei you 13 many LanMr. Austin is only one of breathe it. The complete outfit costs ft, enfa. caster people who have gratefully 1.00. There is none just as good or your dorsed Doan's Kidney Pills. If that gives such quick, sure and elective la' back aches if your kidneys bother you S don't simply ask for a kidney remed- y- relief. K ask distinctly for Doan's Kidney Pills, la the same that Mr. Austin had the L'lllUCHtiKKVlIjLK. remedy backed by home testimony, 50c Co., Props. all stores. Fo3ter-Milbur- n Mr. W. H. Cummins sold a bull to Buffalo, N. Y. "When Your Back is Mr. J. M. Cress for $G3. Lame -- Remember the Name." Mrs. Richard Dyehouse visited Mr3. Bettie Dyehouse Friday. iiEuito Mr. John B. Anderson bought a calf Mr. T. W. Thompson is on the sick from Mr. F. Paine for $10. list. Miss Carrie bpnnkles is visiting her Mr. and Mrs. Uennie Scott were in sister, Mrs. F. L. Thompson. Lexington Saturday. Rev. It. It. Baird is with Rev. Thoma-io- u Little Lucy (irow fell last Friday aiid at Carlersville in a meeting. sprained her shoulder. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Civss have Mr. Forest Curtis, who is in St. returned from a visit to Rockcastle Joseph Hospital is improving. relatives. J, I. Wills will preach at this place A nice, new plank fence has been next Sunday morning and evening. placed around our Consolidated School Mr. Engene Clark ot ttoyle Lo. was property. the guest of Mr. Edd Grow Sunday. Mr. John Kennedy is quite ill. Drs. Mr. J. I. Crawford sold to II. R Harmon and Jones, of Crab Orchard Montgomery some meat hogs at S cts, are in attendance. per lb. Mr. John A. Anderson bought two Mr. C. A. Arnold reed a number of good calves from Mr. D. M. Cress, of shoats at Bourne Friday at GJ and G c Rockcastle for per lb. Miss Lula Nay lor has returned from Miss Lavina Montgomery is home a pleasant' visit to her sister, Mrs. from Crab Orchard Sanitoriumn for a Grover Gastineau, at Point Leavell. weeks stay. As no more ne w cases of scarlet Mr. David Logan of Windson III. is fever developed our Conselodatcd the guest of his nephews Messrs. Will School began work Monday morning. and Edd Grow. Mr. J. S. Pettus sold a pair of commare mules to Mr. J. Miss Nannie Coulter of Bryantsvillc ing was with her sister Mrs. G. W. Thomp- M. Cress for 290. Also a bunch of pigs to same at G cts. son Saturday night and Sunday. Mr. Charles Thompson, who has been Mr. and Mrs. Edd Grow were with their brother Mr. H. Scott and family attending a business scIimjI in Louisville, is visiting his parents, Mr. and near Junction City Tuesday night. Mr. .Tas. Stone bought of Mr Job Mrs. J. J. Thompson. Miss Jean McKechnie is taking a Marsee a farm of 72 acres located op review in musical instruction at Stanposite Mt. Hebron church for $4500. There will be a Thanksgiving prayer ford, preparatory to matriculation at service at this place Thursday evening the Conservatory of Music at Cincinat G:30. Let every one come prepared nati. Letters received from Messrs. W. H. to take a part. Messrs. D. C, Tom and Isaac Mont- andW. C. Cummins who are on a prosgomery took some tobacco to Lexing pecting trip in the South says they ton last week for which they reed, 15J, arc lit ving a dandy time fishing and hunting at Fairhope, Ga. 152 and 1G cts. per lb. From the ammount of shooting Mr. J. E. Montgomery of Lancaster the prosperous salesman for the Wat-kin- s heard in the surrounding country about 13 tnd 1 1, we be Co. has just made his regular call Preachersviile on the lieve there were quite a lot of hunters here. We cannot very well dispense with these calls now as his articls have breaking our game laws. The cycle of the year has again proven to be unexcelled and his straight way of dealing with his cus- brought us to the date of our most forward tomers has won him a great trade and gloriores national festival. Thanksgiving. The year has been a happy one many lasting friends here. to our country. No war, no famine, no pestilence has been our lot. while Beautiful Hair A Clean, peace, health and prosperity have been our lot. O let us be thankful indeed. 1 IA m Xy. C rhon? MMQ Offir at National Bank. BEAZLEY & COLLsER Office over The National Bank of Lancaster. 27. jTiT-- "A LOAD FOR A LOAD" m If yon expect to continue farming aa! raise a paying Top year, yuu bhoiild arrange to rrturn to the soil the plant fuoo from it by groumg croiis. Neglect is bouikt to decrease tha let. of )utir soil, anil in the end to ram it. The rule of the M.iall trnck z. vine .inl farmers of Kum.ie wln-;- " a III" i t:iu1anl f frrti:i k moil. tuiiH-is 'A load for a load," ami time tlicy take a kutl tt produce to market t!i y bruit; Im!c a um of manure to :(...! .n the f.irm. If oii att. irpttoffrtil .!: i'h:iK .ii.u.tire ailii.1 lurk, you fertilize unevenly and woite tuily liulf ot Xii-- '!'. rorc urv A Corn King Manure Spreader is a Necessity on Every Farm A Corn King distributes frtiKzir eicnlyiijalight oc beay float and pulverized so that the plant f od elements combiac quick!.- - witb the soil. It has mny iiiecha!.!;al advantages tha a;rca inoves oo steel rollers running on sttel t ack3 redacts drjit aiid preveuta tb tt-r- apron from slipping r.i'dertne load. T!'e uron mechanism a: beater gears are proviJed w;th shields, which protect thcui from slev. snow, and manure. A stroag, durable f vd moves tbo apron steadily toward the beater at iiv" dtsired rate of speed even spvtihng whether fjoin uphill or d a. AH of tht-ttimii and many more we can show you, if you will com- - in to s us. We hac Corn King spreaders in all sues to meet your requirements. . Becker, Ballard & Co. ld II III llllll llll iiiLiniwwMniii;iwS.t."'ii.. rfli School Supplies We are HEADQUARTERS for School Supplies everything the student needs in text books, tablets, rulers, pencils, We cany a well selected straps, etc.,-etc. assortment of Cool Scalp. If your hair is anything short of perfect; if it is too dry, buttle, dull, thin, or if the scalp itches, immediately begin to use of Parisian Sage. The first application removes dandruff, cools and invigorates the scalp and increases the beauty of the hair. Parisian Sage, a scientific preparation, supplies hair needs. It contains the exact elements needed to make the hair soft, wavy and glossy, and to make it grow it is delicately perfumed not sticky or greasy. Apply Parisian Sage and the effect is immediate. One application stops the hear from itching and freshens up the hair. Use it daily for a week and you will be surprised and delighted. Parisian Sage is one of the quickest acting hair tonics known. Get a 50 cant bottle from R. E. & Son to day everyone needs & JbJ Es!y-ij-&a'- A Fountain Pen Self -- Filling NOW HER FRIENDS KNOW Not Bother Mrs. W f fs! Five Years of Successful Sales Of HARDLY But This Does fs s fsj LOOSE LEAP ft ftf ft i in great quantities, and at the highest price, have proven the Danville market to be the BEST MARKET you can drive your wagon to. We are ready for another season which we expect to be the best yet. Burton, Under Circumstances. lie the widely known "pen that fills itself." This pen is particularly adapted for students' use for either classroom notes or home study. If the Conklin runs dry in classroom, simply dip it in the nearest ink bottle, press the little "Crescent-Filler- " and the pen is filled! It cleans itself at the same time. A number of styles and sizes. ft 8 The Peoples Tobacco Warehouse s- :- -- t: i; a :: a t: t t: w w ft ft- - ft ? ft ft S ft s fa j $$ Houston, Texas. In an interesting letter from this city, Mrs. S. C. Burton writes as follows : "I think it is my duty to tell you what your medicine, Cardui, the woman's tonic, has done for me. I was down sick with womanly trouble, and my mother advised several different treatments, but they didn't seem to do it. me any good. I lingered along for three or four months, and for three weeks, J The Thanksgiving Girl. was in bed, so sick I couldn't bear for You may boast of the maiden of sum- any one to walk across the floor. My husband advised me to try Cardui, mer the woman's tonic. I have taken two And brag of the maiden of June: bottles of Cardui, am feeling fine, gained Your winter girl may be a hummer 15 pounds and do all of my housework. To skate with and lovingly spoon; Friends hardly know me, I am so well." You may boast of the lassie bewitching If you suffer from any of the ailments In hobble skirt, store puff and curl, so common to women, don't allow the But give me the maid of the kitchen trouble to become chronic. Begin taking The reliable Thanksgiving girl. y. It is purely vegetable, Cardui For you be the maiden entrancing its ingredients acting in a gentle, natural With eyes that are soulfully brown. way on the weakened womanly constituI'm married and done with romancing, tion. You run no risk in trying Cardui. It has been helping weak women back to Past forty and now settled down. health and strength for more than 50 No foot for the dance or the mazy, Delightfully soul stirring whirl. years. It will help you. At all dealers. But I tell you, my lads, she's a daisy Write to: Chattanooga Alftlidne Co.. Ladl" Advisory Dept.. Chattanooja. Tenn.. for tyrcinJ The gay, buxom Thanksgiving girl. book, Hoir.e on iojrcaseanJM-pag- e McRoberts 1Z Dryg 11ZZ3L Store, in jC 1L On account of the scarcity and high cost of ft?fd. we are compelled to announce the following prices on mirk cevpoit hmk sold after November 1st., 1913, 32 pint milk coupon books at $1.25. Gt 123 pint milk coup-- books at $2.f0. pint milk coupon books at $3.00. Most of our customers Accounts are due on presentation. on account of our not having to keep books and make collections from such customers, we are able to grant the following discounts on books sold for cash: 10 cents on each 32 pint coupon book. 25 cnts on each ftl pint coupon book. coupon book. CO cents on each 12S-p- int prefer to pay cash for their books, and H 5 K f W is unequalled in Floor Space,Wide Driveways, and under all the splendid warm, dry barn for horses and wagons. I'm forty; there's Or no use denying. Treatment for Women," ent in plain Jiistf fictions rapper. E69-- B Ask The Men Who Have Been In Our House Before Our capable force is at your service, better equipped now than ever before. Liberal and fair treatment assured you. FREE Insurance on your Tobacco, FREE Stable and Shed , Room. NO charge for Rejections. Location on Perryville Road, near Q. & C. Depot, most convenient in town. Good streets on three sides of our buildings. The lassies no longer attract set me to woefully sighing. I'm sordidly matter of fact. I've long ceased to notice their dresses I'm crabbed, perhaps, and a churi, But at forty a fellow God blesses The gay, buxom Thanksgiving girl. The girl who can get up a dinner Of turkey and stuffing and pie. And set it before an old sinner Well, fust such a sinner as I And smile at the kids while I'm carving Is a lula. a peach end a pearl, Here', Nellie, although I am starving, God bless you, my Thanksgiving girl, Detroit Free Press. RWfij iJ ?$iilr3Ri xmam 'mT. sri; Wfi tf1e1J9j s .1 zj 1AA Will ab ; ' RICHMOND. KY. The net cost of books to cJ3tomers paying cash for same therefore be. 32pint milk coupon books at $1.15. CI pint milk coupon books at $2.25. 128 pint milk coupon books at $4.40. Best Creamery Butter and Butter Milk at Market Price. To the occasional customer who has no coupon book, we sell , at 5 cents per pint. Our aim is to furnish a high class of service at the most reasonable price possible. Suggestions and criticisms will be thankfully received. would n u A Training 1Tl!s4 .13 Li-H t -- ' School for Teachers funr. Initio; to Etanenury, IotrtiuMUte and Life SUta &rSchool Peoples Tobacco Warehouse Company. in uun nun Ainu. I. M. DUISN, Pres Twatlrndlrl dor. ntltorlet.ncirtiKvlelichool, nev maonltraJnin baiMlnc. priftlfi-nthog- l. " lIrp-4Trtmfntorcrt1"rl rrmamxlara. Iometla fcdrtee. FlmTerm pnSU-p- . SMnndTprta XoTernVrl?. Thlr-- Trrm JtiarT School opens Joof W, ?T. Pgrth Twm April 7, Summ win Cou.nes. of '! t Kentucky. - 11 ueritw Tuition Frre to A ma tok.lt.. liniic Special BIueGrassDairy&IceCo. H. V. BASTIN, Pres. 3C 3C 31 Inrr, l JJ Catalosntt Tree. J. G. CUABBE, Pmldent. j )i JCZH zz.rcQ The Central Rtscora, Friday, Nov 27, 1913. i Page 5 gLLagaKKy.vlJtlfjra1 irrtrmvrj1msiHy.'rrmaPTrgTyir: yzsamszaKavaa)aJB3BKS mmi&&!&& ii Hi 8 n n HHH M MBHRSw hrsh iHSKBflHPB kaiffiRNuP hmUi RPwStPcbB. mmMgMMx BHRSISBtoeSi m0m3m&8 ig&&MImEZ II ii jn w 1 l! 1 r a-aJ g OZ3:2CS3EZ8EXZ3BtSS3aZ3; ? & KKHSffirai:r"' c.-- r trirr-rrxttssssKsa-a TJ'EssssaEa esssaBsaCTKBSCBssrs Hurry 7." Up Prices j Men's Shoes We have had a remarkable year the best in the history of this store all previous sales records have been broken. Now conies the crowning event of this year's great business. THIS HURRY UP SALE of everything in the store. Our entire stock goes in this HURRY UP SALE. Hurry Up Prices on everything so that the people who HURRY UP and come quick will be amply repaid cause they hurried to this, the Greatest of all Sales. 3tmHW!rintB IRTTOffiWiM MVt . Ladies Ready-to-we- ar Suits, 4-- 3 pairs in odds and ends, worth up to $3. Hurry Price 98cts. Goats, Dresses and Costumes at Hurry Up Prices. $15.00 Suits and Co.its 01 52.11(1 liU of Mens Shoes ranging in price from to :?.")!). Yon hiid best huiry if you want to ;'et a pair for 51 18 A hi' Uur wo. Is bhot'i nre the best that money can buy. Valuta u; to s.j.00. Hurry prices S2.00 to If i.O. A In ii. is all we want on woik shoes. v . have ji'iir i7- you will buy. A (ir.'.il ir Iteduction m Ladies, Misses and ohil iren'-- . sh es. If you will only lonl, our hurry "; .lr.jes will ell you. . yi'L.n.i.t1.7i;i-fr-.'ii"jli- ' lw rf. The Florsheim Shoe worth '$5.00 to 7.00. Hurry Price $4.38 Better ones at at 2 i8. If you want the very latest styles in Ladiis suits and co.its at hurry up pricss. See us and save money 59.138. up to 52U.0!) 1 CD Mens and Boys Underwear. Well I hou!d sa Union and two piece si.its at iiurrv up prices. We are sell-ilirst class suit.- at Ku- - Same as others are getting M.- -. for All we ask is a luok and if we have jour size we Mil sell you. That S5t-.- 1 given away worth ol premit-mabsohulv free Dec. 2ith. : v. .tli . A r of . s ti-!- en a be- Tr3nwl--- 1 jCT-rtfi- -n: 'TTT--r- T CTi.t.Tr1 m !. - mirz7'. 7i-i.isritj.rr -K.7 - n7! r5??imu!.V :n-- cit-- li iuri-la- .v.. t rr r Q o C I MI J1 IflMii O'il V Shoes, fiats, Furnishing Goods, Ladles Ready to wear Suits, Coats -- "m j&zszr jr. l B&0BBB rf We J?m sT rb us? -- &H-S o & ixf d. CD 2 O Special In Ladies All Wool Serge Dresses in Blues and Browns. Values $7.50 to A $8.50, Hurry Frice $4.98. heard of in Central Keniucky, Think what a large assortment $25,000. worth means, and evei thing in the store reduced in price. HURRY UP for these Hurry Up Bargains and you'll be well repaid for Hunyirg. S folks hurry for these bargains, the goods will hurry out. so don't delay, HURRY UP RIGHT AWAY. tSSySESp C55I3Zv Dresses and Costumes at prices lower than ever Hurry Up Prices on Overcoats. Our $7.50, S10.00 and $12.50 Overcoats to be Hurried out at $5. to $8. A ticket for each and eery dollar spent gives von a chance at our S50250 worth of premiums to be given away December -- 1th at 2:0 o'clock. HURRY - Special line of higbgrade Overcoats ranging in price from $15.00 to Hurry up prices, to $IU98. $1-9- .8 CD to i line f evening costumes for the lady who can-s- . Si'e our prices. T.'i Shirts in and imls. tin' .Monarch :uid Cluctt worth $1.1U to ?l.Ji() Huny lirice :') to .'.(Jl-- . Hurry Mens Fusnenders worth !" to 'Stc. price (lite. Suspenders ."" and SOe Hurry iirice 17 and 211c. I!o ; knee pants 5u and 75c values, Hur-l- y prici s 4 2c. Men's hemstitched handkei chiefs Men's pine linen wot th Illc. Iluriy irice 03. handl.t i chief's worth 2.1 to :!Tc, Iiurrv pi ice lCc. We have a large aMorlmeiit of Mens Sweaters. All colors. Our 51. 10 Jersev Sweater which is one of oar idlers. Huiry price $1.19. See We our Mackinaw Coats, the latest thing out. have hurry prices on these. A ticket with eveiy ilol'ar spent gives you a chance at cur large premium li.--t. Uuy jour full outfit of us. Our Hurry Hurry prices on our prices will save you money. Mens rain line of Ladies and Misses rain coats. cents in abundance. Our $5.00 and .$7.C0 coats go in tills Hurry Sale at ?3.CS at.d 4.'J8. See our mens G.ibeidine coats, a good one for $12.iS. Same as other people are getting SIS 00 for. Hundieds of other articles at Hurry prices. So Hurry Hurry Hurry. h-- njgpj535s en! v al wrss sriBTam vmwva mtft W 3 M vJ? SS?3Ssm fc .' n fa Etfei jm fF3 1 H CD On Men's and Boy's Suits and Overcoats. 400 men's suits to be closed out, 250 Men's over coats to be closed out, 200 ycung men's and boys suits to be closed out, CO boys over coats to be closed out. Surely you can find something that will exactly suit you. Dozens and Dozens of suits and over coats in all the desired colors and fabries in styles to please every taste. You should investigate before buying your New Fall Suit. 75 Suits in Men's and Young Men's in small sizes' values up to $15. Hurry Up Prices on these small sizes in order to close them out, $2.48 to $5.98. Mora than A ticket with each dollar spent with us, gives you a chance on the $502.50 in premiums to he given away Dec. worth from $12 50 to $15 00, going in this Kurry Up Sale at 24th HURRY One lot of new Fall Suits, Hurry or your neighbor will boat you to it. Our regular line of high grade baits beautifully $6.48 to $7.98. tailored, positively worth from $16.50 to 22.50 Hurry Up Prices $8.98 to $1 2.98. A Stable Article. Stop, Think. You know what they are worth. Jno. B Stetson Hats direct from the factory, all new and in style, while they last. $3.69. A ticket with each dollar purchase-SwaHats worth $35'. Hurry up prices S1.98 Our $1.0i. 1.5 and .0 to hats are to b? Hurried o.it at 78c to $1.-Our stock of of Cips is c'Jiiplete. If we don't undersell other people, dont buy. -- .ic. caps at 17c, $5. Fur caps at $3 -- 8. Best Fur Caps on the market for $1.88. n 18. $-'- h o 8. $-.- -" Let Us Show You,Seeing is Believing A ticket with each $1.0 spent What about that $135.00 diamond ring for a Xmas presnl for your wife or best girl. Buy a dollars worth of goods and get a ticket. CD Si sftb& Began m OO c0i.. nS 07 ilUV. j4j4i kJUlUlUU, NTrvcT There are many months of winter weather ahead in which you will need the things this sale offers to wear, yet we are going to close them out. We will pay you liberally in the way of price savings to help us clear our shelves now. SALE BEGAN SATURDAY, NOV 22nd, '1 LlJ ftt 9a.m. 0 O CD Q Our Guarantee. Everything bought during this sale not proving satisfactory or just as represented say so, and get yo :r money back. you to strictly understand this sale. At the prices we are the term offerir. ; our goods, we positively cannot charge anything. TERMS CASH. We w-in- A Great Chance for You to Save Money. Hurry Prices on Men's Work Socks Men's work Socks worth l"c. Hurry Prices 3c. Men's black and tan socks worth 15cts. Hurry f i C CD .i" o 9 o CD CO If you havent the money and want the goods we will charge them to you at regular prices. TERMS CASH. We will not under at 9 O'Ciock any circumstances let anything be charged at HURRY PRICES. And Will Last 15 Days. Prices Gets. Men's Socks in black, tan and blue, worth 25 and 35cts, Hurry Prices 17cts. We have a beautiful line of Silk Socks for Xmas trade. A pure Silk Sock worth 50c, Hurry Price 21c. Silk Socks in all colors, our best ones at 75c and $1.00 Hurry Price 42cts o LO n CM o Hr H. T. LOGAN, $502.50 Given Away Dec 24th. Lancaster, Ky A Ticket With Every $1.00- LO o i I f v j i Spent d rap U ipii iirr v , .yws.wfcEU-yy- f TH "TD' TT. ""j wtST'- - TheSentrai&ogro, ?Mw Nov J27, -'- 11 12 fcjfl VStfi i. - '" i. iT - 5V '""'-- . i &n .lHmHm tHANKlGlViNG DINNER TABLE P s THE MOTHER'S THANKSBIVIN8 I i By ADELE MENDEL. h lowers oaamanoiis foiiOight io Kbow ELL, Neb., ;v :t 'iwvv jsz' ).mf. aa&v r fa,, IMrJ p yp WKm4tttM-- wii.a w..'3.v?'i. :'7jwa 'a' y ?oS- x s - tm Floral Designs for ali occasions furnis-ht- by AUGUST R. BADMER CENTER. Nov. 22. Local Agent swaxas iassb f KB t tfccjs wr ' -- xk oi BUS se a 5 mi ita: k;iiwti. 4y ..t x r ssw fi?! &m&m ry SBS'ir ir f fr .ive : ... " . j?w 'jsr8 Jcn",'w: - tij " vn incuiwnjr NP y t . J&. a hii i mi inn iiiiiiii.iiui ir-- ii "1,. T,UANKSGIVING Is a real home holiday, and- It will add greatly to the success of your dinner If you plan the a table decorations as a surprise for the family reunion. Truly wonderful results can he accomplished ut a blight expenditure and the decorative crepe paper in jjabolic designs. The table pictured had a valance of crepe paper in corn design attached to the damask table cloth, paper napkins and doilies of the game design were used. The candle shades accentuate the harvest idea by their decoration of cars of corn cut out of the paper napkins .and u'v.liqued on a green paper foundation. Tin' central decoration 's remindful of old Puritan days. Two dolls, dressed as Puritans, stand upon a mound of gieen fringed paper. Little paper mache turkeys, filled with candy, are hidden in the grass. These are to ribbons which reach to each place. Pnscilla Is dressed in somber gray crepe paper gown, white kerchief and cap. John Alden's salt is similar in color to the maid's. Other Puritan dolls are on the candy boxes. A white card pasted across each box, serves a., a name card. For favors paper caps are wrapped in the napkins and enclosed in napkin rings of pasteboard, covered in corn designed paper. - '"' ' ' HANKS0Ilil;.33Ev cheap lodging house, read.--- : a letter It was signirom his folks ed by his mother and his two sisters. up-stat-e. MUNSON. John Itobinson lay on his bed in the Stall room which he occupied in the By GEORGE -- 1 Thanksgiving dinner," they wrote Father sends you his love and hopes you are well. He Is glad you are getting along so nicely. We wish you be with us, but, as you say. business is business and you will liave to be at work Friday morning." There was much more, but Itobln-cohad only skimmed that part about the doings on the farm. His heart was in the cottage in the little hamlet where he had been reared beforo he went to the city, two years before, .to make his fortune. His tales of iuc-es- s had been lies, amiably devisee ju;t the sake of the old people. John Kobinson was only twenty four, but he knew that if he were for ty his prospects would be no brighter. iis was just an ordinary, country boy, caught in the of the city, and just now earn ing a wage of eight dollars a week as a grocer's clerk. That was as well as .he could do. He might have been a longshoreman, if he were stsonger, s'ad earned a little more, or a street at conductor, or fill any one of many ssuch positions. But he saw quite clearly the exact limitation of his prospects. He wished he were back I on the farm again. But he could not j jswal!ow his pride. He had gone off amid the salutations of the half en- vious village lads of his own age, k would mean a terrible slid to go in their estimation and a confession of failure. j A ttrange and yet familiar smell assailed his nostrils. Of a sudden he j realized that he was hungry. He had intended to Bpend that Thanksgiving day in his room, resting, and had He Found Himself Holding Her Little made a cheap mess of bacon and eggs Hand in His. upon the little alcohol stove on which Sie cooked his breakfasts. But his nice it would be to have somebody starved body suddenly demanded bet- like that as nice as that as pretty ter nourishment; it clamored desper- as that to cook every meal for him! ately, wildly, for this now remem And how he had hated to see her j start out so early and come back so bered delicacy. e He knew what it was. The girl in late from the department store! adjacent room was cooking a tur-- fore he realized it he "had forgotten all bis shyness and they were talk-J:ey! ' He knew her to nod to on the 'S learnedly and delightfully about stairs when she came home in the j their homes. They thought of the free country evening from the department store in which she worked. Fanny that was air nnd the roads and fields white ' the only name he knew her by was , with snow, and the peacefulness of pretty and gentle and had a sort of i a little farm of their own; but they frightened look in her eyes which (did not mention the proprietorship. I haunted him, since it was so like Still, by a sort of telepathy, each .he look which he had worn for thei knew that the other was thinking of lirst few months after his arrival. He tnat. And the stuffy little lodgin had never had the courage to speak to house room became filled with romance for them and they looked won-- 1 her. That odor was very tempting. He dcringly upon each other and thought j opened his door a little. Then he saw tnat fate was very kind. that her door was ajar also, and, as "And it's this way," said John. "I he went softly out he came face to know that I was a fool to leave the face with her. Her hair was dis- farm and come here. There was just heveled and her face red from bend- the one thing I knew all about and ing over her gas stove. could have succeeded at, and I threw ' "O won't you wouldn't you like to it up to take up something I never Join me?" she said timidly. "It's my can succeed at" Thanksgiving dinner," she continued. Same here, said Fanny briskly with a little laugh. "I thought I was! "If you knew how tired I get of try- .afraid you might be hungry. Mrs ing on ladies' shoes! And they have ' lliggins said you cooked all your own such dreadful tempers, some of them, food," she continued. and sometimes their feet are so out John's heart was beating quite vio- of shape I hava hard work to keep lently; for some reason or other, as from laughing at them." u nest Thursday We shall ail be thinking of you when we eat our petizing odors which he had dis- it lay a quarter of a turkey. done," said Fanny, and from Its resting place u-set it upon a platter. Then, open-ina cupboard, she took down two from a shelf, two knives, two :orks. two napkins, and a salt, shaker. Out of the inside of the little stove iie tcok four largo and piping hot buked potatoes. "You weren't going to eat four!" said John, with clumsy jocularity, and Fanny blushed. So she had planned to invite him from the beginning! However, a healthy appetite does iot permit of introspective analysis. It was not until the plates were quite clean, except for turkey bones and potato peel, and the last morsel of the i feast was done, that they found time for anything but the scrappiest frag- - ' think?" ments of speech. Then John looked j But it was more astonishing stil at Fanny and his heart began beat-ing in that absurd way again. How when she let him kiss her. And thei; roor little arrangement seemed like : financier miracle and the heavens were opened in her little bare hall . followed her In. Upon the stove s a frying pan that sent forth the i'lien: and in p vl-t- -'s "I'm sure they can't anv of them he as pretty as yours," said John, and he blushed almost as deeply as she. And then as they sat there side by side John found courage to draw his chair so close that it actually touched hers, and before he Inew what he was doing he found himself holding her little hand in his. And she let him hold it that was the astonishing thing! "Fanny," he said it was the first time he had called her that "if I could save up three hundred dollars I could buy a little place on mortgage and make it pay. I know I could make it pay But I can't save a penny and never shall, for I can't earn enough But if you would go into partnership with me for just one year, and we haf one room instead of two and twe could live just as cheaply as one and after a year we had saved ui shree hundred dollars, do yot Mayor Gallup of this city has issued the following T h a n k s g i ving proclamation : "More than years ago Providence picked out this as a laud of freedom. Nothing, h o w e v e r. came of it until July 4, 177C. We cannot hope to understand the ways of the Creator. All we know is that the lakes were strung along our northern boundary to keep back the hordes of Canucks who might. If the barriers were not there, come over and gobble us. while upon Che south of us we find the Gulf of Mexico. It was doubtless dropped down there to keep the Central Americans from rushing upon us and robbing us of the birthright that we have fought and bled for and that is dearer to us even than some kinds of public offices. "Therefore, I, William G. Gallup, being of sound mind and body, do set apart, designate and specify November 27, 1013, as a day of thanksgiving for the 827 pure, patriotic, progressive, prosperous, perspicacious, popular, potent, powerful and praiseworthy people of this beautiful and lovely city. Let even the man who keeps our poorly managed livery stable (I mention no names) and a certain grocer who worked against me at the last election join with our brave men. our noble women and our sweet, sweet children in showing that they are thankful to Providence for placing the destinies of this lovely place in the capable and unsoiled hands of one whom modestly forbids me to praise at this time." Glass B. Carrier Lancaster, Ky y ' II Order:. Ajir rsate.l. Phone 5!! g i.v tf 3 i Yes. It's liard labor to cook for 'em. Head up now tliinj,-- In the liook. for "em. Beat thinss an' stir Vin an" basto for 'em. Hurry an" Hurry an" ln.-t-o for 'em. Get all excited and "net" for 'em. Sizzle an" oizIp .in' sweat for 'em. Still, when the job is all done for 'em, Katin' the dhiner'a sueh fun for 'em. Why. I just love to lx- - near Yin. Seein' how ffood thirds appear to 'em. k&''1A r&v'JZ - irr w j w R BEAZLEY and tmbalmer Mich.. GGLETON. Nov. 22. In the I i tti!iiii;l room. clean-mind-e- d "Xext Thanksgiving we shall have our home for ourselves," he said pres ently. "Poesn't it make you happy? Can you be as happy as I am. Fanny? Do you know, I don't know what your other name is. Isn't that strange?" "I don't want to tell you, John." "But don't you think I ought tc know?" "Well, hut what's the use of telling you when you say I've got to lose it o quickly?" (Copyright, 1912, by W. G. Chapman.). ' ; b-- Mother Goose The Day After Thanksgiving TTT Xjittle Jack Horner sat In a comer, " Heaving many a sigh. "I wish I were dead I stuffed so," he said, "What a miser'ble boy am I!" King Cole Was a greedy old soul, And a greedy old soul was he; Now he thinks that the world Abraham Watt, president of the board of trustees, has issued a T h a n k s g iv ing proclamation, as follows: "It is fitting that we should acknowledge the kindness of Divine Providence in arranging aeons and aeons ago to have Skunk creek run along tho edge of our lovely jnd beautiful little city, so that it is unnecessary for us to drive our cows far to water. It was divinely ordained long before the corner stone of the first Babylonian post office or Masonic temple had been laid that a town was some day to epring up on the banks of Skunk creek. We have kept the faith. Our hcritago is unspotted. We have nobly set our heels upon the neck of tyranny, and the only red light in our midst is the one at the railroad switch. "Let us then give thanks and pray for help to walk bravely and uprightly where the boards happen to be loose in our sidewalks so that our shins may be unskun as we blithely fn-athe path of life through and across the twelve months to come. "Feeling that I have done no more than my duty in telling you these things about yourselves and the lovely place in which it is your lot to live, I hereunto set my hand and seal, recommending that you will never forget what civilized theology has done and may yet do for you." THANKSGIVING Say, This is tho day When you ought to say How glad you are the curse Ain't any worse; When you ought to raise Your voice in praise. And your eyes To the skies, And see. Gratefully, In the sunlight, in the starlight. In the earth and in the air, More of gladness Than of badnes?, And some goodness everywhere. What are you that you should measure In your little scale tho treasure. And should call it short, when you Missed what you had thought your due ? Say, That's no way To observe the day. Shake yourself loose From yourself for awhile, Look upward not downward To catch the Lord's smile; You will catch it, don't fear; It is there, and Its light, Falling clear on the shadows. Make day out of night. And corn husking, absence of Mayor who Freshwater, Is in Dowagiac helping his brother-in-law with his ! (Aid Be-vh- Is from pole unto pole Just filled up with miser-e- e. ! : I J When they had Kept eating, eating, eating; Jack feels bad And Jill is sad The joy they had was fleeting, then-fill- . - jfack and Jill, TTT TTT Sid Mother Hubbard Went to the .cupboard. To munch at the turkey there; She cleaned all the bones, Now she bitterly grogns, And wishes the shelf had been bare. TTT "'" Ate when they bade her cease; fNow she wildly yejls At the kitchen smells. And faints at the sight of grease. S. E. ! Hilary, Mary, quite .contrary, this is the Day. W. J. LAMPTON. KUcT. See? toil on some organs and too little on j oiliers. I am far from the Ideal of an athlete: but like the original protoplasm, all forms lie dormant within me. Yes. I. who blind beggar ARE OURS by the roadside, was a been touched have by a healing Hand, and before I lie down to sleep I shall sit upon the Office Phone 3. Throne of the World! N the last Thursday of the elev "Here I subside, rather breathless, enth month," quoth Every-woma- into my own little, LANCASTER. KY, narrow, "we are advised by our self. But exercise of that sort respected and respective governors does one good. After all." declared that we should offer up thanks to God. Everywoman rather cheerfully, "un They seem to take it for granted that der tho grubbiness and petty struggle, during the twelve Intervening months each for each. AVe Men and Women. v. e've each been sufficiently blessed to ; t. e People, are at last beginning to u uay oi iiiaiiHSiYiu& i(uiiu i struggle mahe each the bigger, comfortable outlet for the accumulated wider sense. for other in God will Train Schedule At Lancaster, Ky. be gratitude of the year. But I'm begin- glad when on And surely the last Thursday of ning to wonder," every woman contin- the Eleventh Month of one great comAnr.ivE. ued reflectively, "If we really have got ing Year, a Voice shall arise from the No 10; 5:00 a. m. anything at all? Prices are higher Earth, crying, 'Thanks to thee, God, in To Maysville. connecting at Kiohmonti than that last aviator v.- at what was that our blindness past, and we do with L & N to Frankfort & LowsYSte; his name? The one that broke the rec altogether Sec!" is ord just before he died? and still it Winchester with C & O to Lexingreaching for altitude. We can't run ton & Frankfort, Mount Sterling & the house much longer if this keeps) KEPT GUARD OVER HIMSELF Ashland, at Paris to Cincinnati. on. Letl to have a good salary in f!i ' No 71; a. in. family, but it's clean out of date; the Good Story of How Celebrated Boston To Rowland & Stanford connecting style of 1000 fits too tight for 1912 Divine Got Cider for Thanks it Rowland, L & X to all points Seuth. Had figured on a lot of real, giving Day. No 28; 11:01 a. m. touching gratitude for that raise To Richmond, connecting with L & that didn't arrive but there! Who The annual spectacle of a celebrated eels thankful for chickens that never Boston divine doing sentry duty with N to Irvine & Ileattyville. Le.xineton broke the shell? Don't feel any en- a musket on his shoulder in front of Cincinnati. Middle.slur & KnoxviHu. thusiasm about the lift on shoe leath- his own residence on Thanksgiving No 70; 11:50 a. m. er, either, due to the prosperity of the morningand all for the purpose of To Richmond, connecting with fast automobile industry. We haven't done getting a drink of Thanksgiving cider ntich automobile riding lately, and the is worth recalling, even after a lapse train to Cincinnati. kiddies go through their shoes just the of 131 years. No 27; 2:09 p. m. amo way we used to back in the Dr. Mather Byles, a Puritan clergyTo Louisville, connecting at Lebanon when round steak was S or man, born in Boston In 170tl. owed his Junction to Elizabethtown & Bawling H) cents a pound. What? You get It fame to his wit Green, and at Bardstown Junction to for 22? My man's a robber 25 cents and practical jokes Bardstown & Springfield. &&a He charges me. No, we re going to as much as to his No 9; 8:42 p. m. have a chicken this year, one chicken, pulpit ability. In To Stanford, connecting with fast instead of a turkey. We don't like turNovember, 1777, key, anyway. Thinking of bills rehe was arrested as train to Bristol & Atlanta. minds me of the three different spe- i a Tory and sencialties we have had this year for the tenced to confineto be you called in children. Used ment In his own the doctor, with a capital D kill or home. A military cure, that was the end of it. But, of guard was stationed around the house course, we can't take chances with the with instructions not to permit Dr. babies. Byles to leave home under any circum"We haven't worked up much steam stances. an& yet for the great day, have we? Things On Thanksgiving morning the staid look kind of blue in our family. Yes, old Puritans of the arrested minister's and blue they have looked for some, flock were surprised to see their pas time since the 'days of Old Rameses' tor himself pacing up and down before and then some. Perhaps our Pilgrim his own front door with a musket on forefathers did a rather daring thing' ins shoulder. The regular sentry had when they said, 'Let us set apart a disappeared and Dr. Byles was doing (lav and offer thanks to God for the ontr- - duty in his stead. ...... sreat blessings which he has vouch "You see," Dr. Byles explained, "I Ask us to show nfril us.' Perhaps they did the mot begged the sentry to let me go out to daring and the most wonderful of all procure some cider with which my you the things when, near the end of each suc family and I might celebrate Thankslatest in size, style cessive year of hardship and troublous giving day. He would not permit me and form and letsurvival, they took in their hands onej t0 ieave the house. So I proceeded to golden, noble day and of areue the nnint with lilm nnd 1,. h.. tering at the right fered it to tneir uoa as a precious now gone to get the cider for me on price. thing. ! condition that I shoulder his miui--t "But then they weren't like us, those, amj keep gu THE over mrseir during his Pilgrim men and women. They had absence" country just come into a brand-neend they had to work hard and stick After the Feast. together and help each other, and naturally when they had a fine harvest We'll gather round the festive board good that's eroaning and prospect of good food all winter Tor ol' Thankssivin' with cornea cheer. one only Just there was a sort of oneness and muday in the year. tuality to their gratitude that we can't Pon't bother 'bout dyspepsee. but let get in our big, modern civilization. riCPA the vittlea soar, They thought they were graceful to To 'ha' spv assign-'V5J . Ccd. but really they were loving and N svk X td by nature till !iCV XV thanking each other as much as anylust rnn't Anu X Ai hold nn mnr,. thing. Of course we can't feel that - Just loosen ua tha sr5-Tway. because iveJ( because! tonS. an' tha J&2SFflSr7jr "I think for just a minute I'll be not 'nc- - w neckwear get un my little self, but my big self I'm go tied; ing to be the People, the Protean over Sq's to sive the jrood ol' turkey room to circulate inside. sell oi wnom we near so mucn and Then slide lntu the rocker, or stretch out upon the mat. think so little, J have been blind for, many thousand years. Blindness is An' that you aint exploded, thank kind ' Providence for that! surely a curse, Vet, lo! of late years the veil of darkness has been streaked May Well Give Thank. with light, I am beginning to see "TntprInlK" ripanltn iha nrnfoa?nnn1 and the wonder of It! True, I find myself a thing of shreds and tatters, mourners, we have been blessed with but sight alone is needed to remedy abundance. The fruit of the field, the all that. Every day I am learning new employment of labor, the reward of things. There is much that I can industry In every activity, has sufficed ' hardly grasp as yet I have been igno- to maintain a national standard of rant so long, and the lessons are vast- life unequaled in tho annals of the ly puzzling. But with what eagerness world. I grasp for new knowledge, and how gladly I attempt each little new experiment! I am equalizing myself. In my blindness I nave cast too much FOB THE THiNOS runeral Director HAT a n, hard-shelle- d L. & N. - I Ht llll Wm lifting Subitatimtfi . shmilfr hz J Hngrahrii VERY toil-wor- Central Record. . Your Against I HAIL Subscribe For THE Skin On Fire ? mild, simple wash, well known D.D.D. Prescription for the Eczema, and the Jtch is rone. A trial will prove it. We have sold other remedies trouble but none that we could for skin guarantee as we can the D.D.D. remedy. It the first regular size $1.00 bottlf does not do exactly as we say, It will not cost you a cent. Public Sale. Having rented my place, I will on SATURDAY, NOV 29TH, 1913 at 2 p. m. promptly, sell my household and kitchen furniture, e a lot of farming implements, wagon, pair of good work mules nnd a good milk cow. Mrs. Emma Elkin. Am. Bourne Auctioneer. two-hors- Just the Schulz's Cut Flowers All Orders Filled Promptly. STORM with CENTRAL $1.00 REGOR gnd Floral Designs, Lancaster. Kentucky. A Year, R. E. McRoberts & Son. Fred P Frisbie WILLIE F. MILLER,' Agent. Office Citizens National Bauk. Give us a Trial. :n v . :," A f H t rrrtrLr,' - . .y The Central w?aMhMMJirM'"riw Kwra, Friday, Nov aY, I9f 8 -- vsftm fUUbn Mb bbtfttb nmhliBi Thanksgiving. Haabgirics Corats B mmmm mtmmm mm fece A ?er; ADaTOfFeasiiiigABleodCfcer. HP? I WfflfaTfSiSfi&lha fesU -- lHlnf IfiiiH ard Children. oi3 few v. Throngs of Health-Seeker- s Resemble Walking Hospital and Stories Are Told That Would Wring Tears From Hearts Of steel. strange and racul'nis power, but this of course is remarkable iCiUlts tiiut have been cir- ridiculous and untrue. Many of tho?e who have used it, culated in this city by scoiciof person who have used the i:w Root Juice iiiWe". a that :he gool effect is in, btom.ich felt so (iiickly that it does seem almo-'- t treatment foi tumble, kidney disoidcrs aiitl MiniUir like a miracle. Stories, of for, you can be thankful you are not a turkey. If you have pothing else to be Harking back to tBsnk-f- ul r? SJL I? r ,. --J! Always Bmgft Bears the Signature A QT Atlanta, Gj. a vast di.terencc Compare ttc vest then anil the harvest now. Thank-givin- Pilgrin.dys. what har- n u g BIIP R vj ' ; , tfeiKK?d ' . !r.?ssar'iR??Cost2Ji;ae'r ,0;:-.2a.- : onkrje isor AaxsL Hcraifcs D&sfimfe nfd- - Y?'1. I ' jI &ot Narcotic. rv&Sml-. ' (Jit kv, vf "' & Ef 3 . if V S3 CJ 5?' j - ' - flor.SoiTatDioackLuilKi! rhL JUL tf 2 r &P . H WU ;. -- v, --- rr ,:?.ircn.i!.Bn. r At i iw. fif" h ir SWOT fV HHHK n -- Ea Cory o; Wfewwr. - & fit HW M u. j, J S C LSttsomBmKm3SKm. THE CENTAUR COWANT VC11 & 11 .:a:.v istizr; SBS3T' ,'JTESZZZSi32igmgEgr, sours rms wstes ko sV.t, jiV: wcitbcr, outdoor i2: lU&'0t o" inic zil s ejoymca: l.sco;.3.i. dispel nil Jp, L''i'&jz :&iJ:. P SC15TH PANAMA -- .D --- i iO OF THE ii D.ILV. STOr-GYER ", MEW Oi.rA.-i-, Or TJJE K. ArjD L Lotties. The cards are supplied by to this crt.!.t .nedieir.u '. tht mam laboratoiies at Kort Wayne,, Other welt known iersons who have lnu, and can he obtained by any worthy suirrred from rheumatism, indigestion, and deserving person who needs med- -' bdekaches. nervousness, sleeplessness, icine and has no Money to pay for it. weak kidnev3 and bladder. dizzi s.-- ll, Not only have the poor people be- - to frequent, ty oi burning .ttriiie, come interested in the strange liquid tired, worn out and run dawn feelings but persons in all walks of life; mer- - report equally good results and many charts, business men, everyone is tab.:- -: say th-- t the hrat few dosos made them ing .tbout Koot Juice d'ld its wonderful ' better. j curt-i- ' The Root Juice medicine is being Squul.ly and marvelously have ' sold in immense quantities and drug-soe.vere casej boen reported cured gists every win iv say they have never t ;at stories huve lteen circulated to tl e known a medicine for which th ll. jt that the medicine possesses mi- -, mand was so areat. sc-n' m iy the i'ligrim, who Wew tbanKful that they i ad five grains of corn complaints, leaclied even the humblest 1'ersons who for years have suffered apiece. In thfse extravagant times a man wouldn't be thankful if ho had ten hoveU of the poor and destitute and from rbsF of appetitite, indigestion, throngs of cripplrs and infirm poured g.is on the s omach, pains, belchinp, grains .if corn vvl.ieh stowa conclu sively that we ure pioxperous. into the drug store where the deinon-- j bad breath, shortness of breath, ami stration was held to beg or buy the other such symptoms of bevero and People have various unreasonable strnge new medicine that is said to ex-- : chronic stomach trouble sav that the reasoi for being l on Thanksert its powerful influence over certain first tew doses produce noticeable ben- giving day. Some men are thankful diseases m a manner that seems almost efit. they lock a wife, and some are thankmiraculous. Mr. P. C. Harrison, a well known ful they didn't take two. Bachelor Pale faced, weak and sickly widowed plumber of Atlanta, who has used the maitb are thankful they are not 'hor- mothers, with ill nourished infants now treatment lor nieumatism, met a iiu oacneiors, ana a m:vmea uma clutching at their skirts have told friend on the street who remarked: i always thankful that her husband stories tf suffering, sickness, priva- "How well j ou are looking! The doe-t- has a gjtJ wife. It ia easy to te tion and despair that hive caused isbringing you aound in fmeshape. " thankful if yna g( tliout it rigbt. strung men to turn away and hide nothing," ftlr. Harrison The thing people are most thankful &5 their tears. "1 hiuvnt seen the doctor for Once healthy and able men now three weeks I have been using the, new for is their mourj -- eten ihoagh tbev crippled b the ravage of merciless Koot Jui'e treatment that everyone is raUie by it Loiiestly. The more a man itifjmati-i'i- , liiKit ami tullvtiii; njiout itul ai., feeling line." bus, til. imiie tlrjiiK.ui he m that it with l.u aiut th less a man it.. tl t m iiaM b pjun ami have Ailer teihi.g ii tut ' al.ove inrident, s: tl In) ilited in on ettiie ai.d ciuleti. telling Mr. Hariisun sain, "I have licen suf le ilKelv he i. to I,.- t'el'ikillt t m laniih.-upon tht m, ol leriiig iuiiii rheumallsm and constipa it i i,'t iixire. t thfn in'. thereUr- -. little ones and sickly wives, tion for five jeurs and in vvutor cha'ige that you njcu t too much to be thai.k- bfc ,giiig just one bottle of the great able veathei my jointa would swell up ful for. Tuikty :aeoa,i the setter iitw liquid that y pnsstss Uie power and pain so teinbly thatI '.yould hae for coming but oi ce a j. r. to change taeir condition, strengthen to have them lancet!. The pain w ,ty K'.rly Thai.!: savings weie iut ; r wjak and Siilfne muscles and temfic and swett would stsnd out i celur ited ! Novmner nr upt'r enable them tij.cr.ie for the loved ones my forehead m tlropd. At times Thuisdiy. and it ii not until l'7f that at home. i nau no app lite, count not eat ai we find the 8rt printt Thai.kgnii; s. Such persons have been given cards couid not sleep or wor.;. I am a pfuir.-t- o rur owikJ ny tbie signed by any preacher or clergj - b r by trade i.nd am now at woi '. Massacnusttts iii.torical ooiety. I man as a recommendation and which again. I nave no m re rheumatism or is interesting to tote that since ltC. wh-- a returned properi filled out have j swo len joints, my bowels ir regular :i tne prCMUent of tJu ha- be.n eschangtd for full sized aud I feel like my old self again, thanks et the last Ti.urs!iij Uinti States in Nuvember to Ijr j tha.-ikfuoi it iy wa flrst observrd I Qlen Lily H FLOUR. i i ESC Why Clean? Becaus"- the Wha Is fisst vnumod. then washed and.gifiaml. - I Why Pure? i tiecaasc everything impure fa by :ur uew pr. ruTHwed! rbatuv1' f, Why Sanitary? tai: i:nurticij c,t,rw: !t lis . - ite'-Mij- 'e h Varicnm ' : s di'iM-iiiVn- ' ill . iter: - i!rf .i.; ;. ni-- Why Wholesome? ivernei. After experenntt severs! boiidnd doOaw and month, oi h rl work, we na..-- annr,..nce with pride the o'xive rcsuft,. YZ( a SAfX. th.-i- al-- 1 o-- Ja-- ge sijp.sre nutnuoxis iar; trf Hecat se evwythinji Is ?epara:ol fr. h ? ( procl-ma'io- n. - J i -- -- one-dol- -j be observed as a iljy of Tihjnsgtv i: . f ir' GARRARD MILUSIVa CO. - - -- vw .Wl iiu,r . ,,,;. -- - TjSjgagiKjgjg RHEUM W?IL STOP UHC AGD 11 -- POSIT. Rhetnaatic ri -. Coxplkatiais (kutei kd s'tesorjlsie .r'r -- .UTIiACTiVC For dctaTIs Lr.a r.zruRS umit. VlVXtLCCLS. i v SERVICE ..v. - i -- t..ii. . u I...U4HJ-I- A.0 SCrXRV UNSURPASSED. consult s"nt or rte y Tici-xit I it; taji Ut. i :., uex.pi "Ky-- u B X8k3ES2L I'll' i iita '. iwmggfw' feg-ftmjmom ii'tmjf mi.aHj'u-tj- TVn.Nr. '.c-rcssiWKjra- ws ' r k : 3 fJi a U " J. ' (j l , -- V - ' Southern Railwau. PSEMIER CASSIER OF -- 1 ij inn - Direct Line to Louisville Sf Loui fl -- r CfcOfS . vl nj K ! . i i KB Mi S7.TC nt? ES"w West Hi Mi . Arrive Louisville at 8:40 a.m 8:40 p. m. Arrive St Louis at 5:4U p. m. 71 a. in. r'.nogh Pullman Sleeping Carson both trains. Cafe, Parlor car on day tram. No change. Local Train. Lv Danville 7:3u a. m. Ar Louisville 11:10 a. Fur any iiiform.ition write, Two Through Trains Daily. Ueeve Uanville at .iS a.m. S:10 m. vi P.jl P B HAJJRIS TODD, Starks Smldlng. District Passenger Agent. LOUISVILLE, KY. !SGZ2SEnS2E22I22 Try the following drinks bottled by the C fc5 . i liiiiiL bum mi COMPANY, QF LAECASTER, KY. tiQBitflHDOUIU T fmtth-risltniiiT f t 3 i ? 5fe! K ' j u MliNT COLA in clear or brown bottles. AL- - ic 5ST f. LEN'S RED CHErY. VIN fine grape drink. i anotnLCI grape drink. Diaiiionfi TAME FIZ, a GRAPE splendid Hie, I Crystal l.S.-.i.-,..- .! Ginger SODA. 1 r ?!, iu h i -- . LifiMON, diiawuBi IB? PKK"LSSflTn S UIIIiH.G, CREAM gjmfwwjrm,w mrn&wm&w&i W bottle drinks. They are pure, clean and wholesome, and are bottled in Lancaster by J. S. Haselden and Henley V. Bastin, under the direct supervision of Clinton B. Bastin. j.ii . (p. . . Ir!ri? uii KKiuim lite Mirst Co a brnnn nf uciot I St Plejity of freih patk now but no tnr- nips. Mr. Daniel Wheeler, of this place is very low with tuberculosis. ! Tlie fanners ars very busy nowffttth-erid vfr OU couldn't sell your hay in ihe bijr cities. witii tlmir thousands of corn and Btri;pirg tobacco. Cotcpcunded aecDrdiag' to tha OrZinal & Ss- l.urf hor3es, form an excellent Mr. and airs. John Sebastian visited Tve yorculfio & jiocipej oi Cha-ii- e White- market for hay, at tip-to- p prices, Mr. and Mrs. Tvve liames, Sunday. o for the treatment but not for ou. Wh ? Rpmiwr. i ct .: amaa cJmcEts. 3adorseJ in th T?iw. IJX&T' Mr. R. W. Sunders has given possesyour hay h loose, fills five times the space it T"ao3:uid3 0f I& .onisJs. VS sion of his stor to Mr. Wm Wui taker. should, is too bulky to shi.i, too bull;v for ii O.-o, lv. ::ody-- T SOIT, for tlie Ktt-rca- u i Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Cociption, vbit-c- d CC'JvE costly citystoraprc BIt-Oxiiy. ils".; jour druggist, or write because in shoit, you have -i r4 Mr. and Mrs. Davis Jones. Saturday iio hoy preos. Bale hay crop, "and this profixaLle market is vi le open to you. CHARLIE WHITE-MOO- N Miss Nannie 1J Stbasticn. of Chicago r.i.-k'.t- .. Besides this, the IHC hay press will put III. is visiting frieuda and relatives at :73IWsstLrcday Lsaisville, Kentucky your hay in convenient shape for hauling, this plact. storing and feeding. Ic will save the waste Mr. and Mrs. Walter Grow, of Kuk-aye- . about barn and yards that loose hay means. waBTxewyjt visited her parents Saturday night And 3'ou will no longer need to stack out-o- f9Sda! Krertmy Of Garnd faEftf. and Snndai. HlfUFVK. ms acors 1 hese things and more an Mrs. Annie Jtoers, said her crop of jig A Mr. J. M. Anion was in Lextnecerr. turkeys to Richmond parties for a neat Circuit Joitw lb "on. arie Hon.(Jsrdia. Allomcj Comuioau cul Jtuurl fnr- - Isst Week. sum of $82. little if . iWt rk- -tt il!l,a R. Mr. Lillard tiles of Somer-set- . J ia Mis Cora Rogers who has beu con- Ctrealt (CIoMuiinibiirr W. Meo:..t. K. Master with hone-folfined to her room for some time with will do for you, and your purchase is bound to Tratv Jnr Fniitt BruJ R RobTdAiD. 9 t Mr. N. Miles or NiclwteavHte. pneumonia, is able to be oat again. r OTVtal ijnrt Stu"uemi Vit Hue be an IHC machine if you study its special Ml Milt. i was the guest of Mr. A. C. Mites taa Miss May ire Sebastian, who ia atfeatures and advantages, its economical effCounty A. t iront. Wft. tending school at Beren, w at home Coent) imbrt iciency and convenient anangement. iciTr J 8. K.l.:tii. Howard WconH entertaiiMMi wilt a with her parents. Mr. und Mrs Tltomp Coub't i.irk J. . Raalllua. J)th motor and horse power prerces are ttky ;rty" at his komv SatHiy I)imiij fiTt Harry Ttwliiiiaa? Sebitsthm. made in three sizes, 14xlS, 16x18, and li'x ch eveuina Coruiit-- r A. bale chamber, baling at the very lowest Quite a numbei of young folhs from Pberlff J. Juif T. Itallar4. MoaarsForoal Stap. V. T. Noel from six to sixteen tons per day. A comnara-tiv- e 4" tins place attended tne pie supper at pepat and Dr. Uilbart.motofed to Lexington, -s test will prove that they are the most'eon--, Jmafe WgTeatersville Friday night and reported 'Snvwitlaut olihoo-tThnrsday. ""' venient presses ever built. In them will be a. good time. W. 8. CknifT. Aascraor Dr. G. M.' Hewlien attended (h r; found the the bale tension and Rro. A. C. Haitd, filled his regular tHnt L. 8. Ray- Kedical Associutioo at I.esHrten. spring roller tucker, features which make for - j Jailer Jarfc Jdw. appointment at Freedom church SatuiWednesdny. compact, uniform bundles; the toggle joint o. dav and Kro. Foley, delivered to us on , Miji Lena Sciwoler. of Ifvattsviikr. plunger; and the bale chamber of most conbui'dav, a lemarkable sermon from was the week-ea- d venient height for tying bales. MAI8TK,VTIi.. gueat of Mrs. Hra-- ti the t'ird Chapter of Revelations. Remember also that the engine of the motor Woaren. 1. 1. fionrar Ut. ItUl. I on iml. 111. press will run various small machines. Get Mim I.uci:uia Carter fa spending a IlarrliWi l.ay SrU. Mil. catalogues from our nearest office and get few days with Mise Martha Ctirtig at Quick Relief For Stomach .'nine Culitltoa 4th. Ittat. acquainted with I II C hay presses. Mt. Hebron. (mcst iunr or KnjJCATios. Officii 1.1 Chciaali, 0.: ZtmbtII. RuinSr. SIceeLc, Tfaa Messrs A. C. Mife awl Kemp Wal-k- tr Misery . New Aliuy, lad.; PitLeubuiz, M Va. v l!.oM'(Jn Cronl Ut. Dtt. attended the General Association 11 irimt, It lltMuitrj li.4 Ictenndoiial Harvester Comnaav of America Up. O. J II?iidrcu. ttt. VUU Vili Pul Yosr Sour, &5$y, a at I.exingtMi. (Incorporated) rtKim-if. King. U. pfat. Mi. Brown of Mercer coHiity its vfs-i'i- ng Chicago 8 a set SSosach in Order Try Oss CITY OF LXXCASSKK. his coubino. Messrs Hugh and f 1 Handy Kurtz. Mynr IC. T t.OKoa. MiiiiM bWIMIm.j4t , Dose and Prove It: City Jnife E.W. nrn. Mr. Robert Long has returned from City Aitoriwy K. K.TowIiH-Bgar Oklahoma where he visited his mother Uitj OIpk 11 K. Htrinlfm. If you are a stomach sufferer, do not City .'amaor .Islm M. Mount. Mrs. J. P. Long. I SL despair. Immediate, safe and sure re- CityTrex urer 1. ,V. TliewnJ. The pie supper which was given at For Infants and Children. ne uimersigneu nereny g've warn Stomach Tab- Chlif IViicn I K. IIrou. lief is at hand. the Teatersville school house Friday ' ing to all persons not to trespass upon D3 Kind Yoa Have COUNCILMIIX Always Bought lets, sold in fifty cent boxes at all drug night was (piite a success the amount our lands for any purpose whatever as Orctwry. !I.t? Hmrluoa. stores, are a specific for out-o- f orJer raised was for the benefit of that II F. Wnltvr. M. ZHItoue. we will prosecute all offenders to fulstomachs. H irt. Hfrr.ihHi school and Buckeye. tl h (.rteitlMf lest extent of the law. Hunters and. Signature of If suffering with indigestion, dyspepFishermen especially take notice. sia, gastritis, or any of the various G. W. Elam. L. Elkin. forms of stomach misery, usually in Ed & N B Price J. W Sweeney dicated by nervousness, distress aftci John M. Farra W. G. Anderson eating, headache dizziness, bad breath J. H..& W. SI Weaver. B. L. Kelley. or sour stomach, do dot wait, do not S. C. Henderson, B. M. Lear. a today suffer any longer take A. J. Daddell, W. S. Embry delays are dangerous. Mrs. Pattie D. Gill. a is always soldliy R. E McWe will add other names for 25 cents Roherts & Son on money back i" not cash. satisfied plan. ti-fo--- sliii - Tbs "Kuaaa Sewsn" Restaret The Kidneys. BaweU and Skin are the "human which carry the inipiirities m the blood. When thrae are clogged Uci: Acid eedimeni lodges in the mu.-efand jniuts ai d Rheumatism follows. RHEUMA, th great remedy for all form of the tet- : ible disease, cheeks the deposit of Uric Add. 1 saffered from m for I i jearj. Tried different doctors. ' riwri. i uaie uuco inree uoi-tle- ? ot RHEUMA and am entirely free from the disease.', P. W. Miller, Ucal CntHwinsa. Pa. R. E. McRoherts & S09 will return your mo.iey if it fails; 30r a botth. r HmrmmT Shzzz&les t hm'.-T-n es . i 2"I , ; v ' '' ' . a i.-'-ooides they ate insxpaue j r,.? v ' r.,. 1 c t-- .. tuts tic:? IsTsj.i m,J Y , r . i zjcs . not; I33& as needs Vi r,-n-- i 0 ': ' xa 1 t srrz, earii hc.e l or 'l . cr to! toev brisfeaers of sjgae ifats; w fcca. iteita Our aiher. FotScl: hj b r. contractors or Curtright Metal Rf ofiag Co., 50 North 23rd Street PbilaiteipJ.ia. Pa. Te Ik ;? Man Wiikiil: One : v;' su,i ' .- -- -- ein rx lv " , .- - j j- - i ' . .Ol - -- r JR 'ir .'"S i i "" ' 8S t4d im. TT nj GOD'S MEDIC.NES "l it, thi' ?-a- 3 genCS F;rs. I H C Eav Press , Motor or Horse Power Jr. ; r-- , k. 1 Ih-II a 22-in- e 1 I self-feede- !' J.-t- -- I: .; I I USA s POS1 s BJ CASTOR a Mi-o-- J. CZZT. I'rr s ubscribe For The fil i ilil ii ill! IJi ucei $1.00 A Year. Iafc&abl--- wi ,.. ' ..... Incorporated. f m ie eternal mmmi pmnyi nm $t, ; 10 1& rtttependent Tobacco Wonderful Warehouse Company LEXINGTON, KY. jmmmmjjssmmtMBSaMm. wateasgawMigaiidfi wwra!ferv - ', -- o ' Values iaswBssg3sagaiiwCT8argE3aMB South Lime and Upper St. in Coats and Suits SOLD MORE TOBACCO at the highest average, on the opening of Six Markets, of any house selling. Sold 79,100 :.?. lbs-a- t avg. of 1410c Without a single rejection. before selling your Tobacco. See our Garrard Representative Our buyer has just returned from his second trip this season to the Eastern markets, and while there secured a large and beautiful assortment of most excellent values in the very latest styles of Coats and Suits for Ladies, Misses and Children. The styles are exclusive and beautiful, and the iowness of price will appeal to you, as we are now enabled to offer you these entirely new and highest class garments at figures much less than the wholesale cost earlier in the season. Mr Luther Raney and Pat Sutton, they will look after your interest. Below are some of our sales: Honorable A. F. Shouse & Wilson. Fayette County. 8.730 pounds Pnwjn onH Rnwnn TpccntTiinp fYinnrv 2.345 nonnds Lindsey Ray, Garrard County. 1,385 pounds Etherton and Richardson. Woodford County, 2.295 pounds $15.98 S17.82i $18.01 $15.80 . )MM vr n ma& rm&rbdvss, i Instead fWb&Shwffes orjlate CARTE US VILLE. The meeting at the Methodist church is progressing nicely. Mefrl Shingles X xi i ii v, vz i jj KLr They won't burn, crack, curl or rot like wood shingles, nor have they the great weight or brimeness ot stone slate ; 3 besides they are inexpensive and iook belter than cither. v j :ami ma yi The roofing that lasts as long as the building and never needs repairs. Mr. John Pennington has purchased a Griss mill which he is seting up at this place. Cotton Seed Mpal and Salt in sax, also Michigan Salt at $2 per Barrel. Hudson & Hughes. Mrs. Annie Pitts, of Berea, Ky is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Pitts. Mr. J. L. Pitts sold his farm to Jeff Davis for $S00; we all welcome Mr. Mr. Davis to our little Village. Charlie Rogers and wife Mr.Wm Smith and wife has just returned from North Carolina. For Sale by Local contractors or Commit Metal Roofing Co., 50 North 23rd Street Philadelphia, Pa. PAINT lilCK. Mrs. U. M. Burgess has had for her guests Misses King.of Berea. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Logston and daughter. Geneva, spent Sunday with friends at Berea. Mrs. Henry Riddleberg attended the marriage of Miss Lucv Francis in Lancaster last Thursday. Miss Minnie Johnston was called to Lancrster Friday by the death of her father, Mr. J. S. Johnston Sr. Cotton Seed Meal and Salt in sax, also Michigan Salt at ?2 per barrel. Hudson & Hughes. The "Silver Tea" given at the home of Rev. Eldridge by the ladies of the Presbyterian church was quite a success. Mrs. Ellen Wilson, and little sons, George and Lafone of Richmond, were guests of her parents Saturday night and Sunday. and little Mrs. A. B. Estridge daughters, Stella Burnam and Lucille returned home Saturday night from a visit to Mrs. W. G. Kemper. RHEUMATISM distinction CRESS (i Special Values in Stylish Tailored Suits, Representing the season's Latest Modes. A MONEY SAVING $25.00 Suits. $19.75 Suits. Suits. COMBINATION OFFER POSTIVELY THE BIGGEST VALUE OF STANDARD At this price we are now showing a wonderful line of entirely ner Suits, in all sizes and in the season's most favored materials and colors. As It was mainly sample suits purchased this last trip, you Poswill find a wide variety of exclusive styles to select from. itively the greatest values ever offered you. A collection of entirely new Suits in every wanted material and color all sizes from the small Miss to large extra sizes including ol bust. $15.00 At this price you will be surprised at the extra values Values that were simply imposjible earlier in the season. PUBLICATION EVER OFFERED New Arrivals in Printzess Coats That are New in Style and of Special Value 0 LESS THAN HALF PRICE The Central Record one year $1.00 1.00 The Weekly Enquirer one year s .25 Farm News, monthly one year .35 Woman's World, monthly one year .50 Poultry Success, monthly one year one year .50 Farm and Fireside, Regular value Sciatica. Neuralgia. $3.60 All Six, One Year Our Special Bargain Puce For ONLY $1.60 ss Shipp's Quick -- Relief Liniment is a reliable, harmless preparation that when simply rubbed on the flesh quickly relieves all aches in any part of the body, no matter how severe or deep seated they may ba. Rheumatism, Sciatica. Neuralgia, Toothache, Headache, Sore Muscles, Stiff Joints, Snrnin5 !inH nllipr nrYi.2nntnlf lir violrl tr the sootine influence ot this marvelous pain alleviator. 50c at Druggists or by mail, postpaid. Bourbon Remedy Company, Lexington, Ky. iffpy Printzess Coats of Astrakhan Tffl Printzess Coats of Duvetyn at m if $12.50 $15.00 $18.50 $25.00 ' Jin 'iftsJi ilZZZ jnyeTiow mill i Printzess Coats of Hindoo Lynx Printzess Coats of Ural Lamb, at Printzess Coats are tailored from all-wo- ol Reversible Thanksgiving. You cover the entire field by subscribing for the above, You could not wish for a better array of fine reading matter, and all at a Let's be thankful for the coal that's metin the cellar; remarkably low price. You get all your home news, a high-claIf it's paid for, let's be thankful that monthly, a leading woman's magaropolitan weekly, a popular farm it is; zine, the best poultry magazine published and the world's greatest If it isnt, let's be glad the other fellow magazine- farm Must consider that the risk is wholly This grand offer is open to all old and new subscribers. If you his. are already a subscriber to any of the above your subscription will be Let's be thankful for the job3 at which we labor; extended from date it expires. If perchance they're not exactly semi-monthly guaranteed materials, and every garment is fully guaranteed for two seafcsnioiejhjMu sons satisfactory wear, linings and all. na what we'd like To-da- y. I We may still be better fixed than some poor neighbor You must act quickly as our agreement with the publisher is Who has just been bounced or called upon to strike. limited. Call or mail all orders direct to Let's be thankful if our relatives are Subscribe Now Christmas Opening, Friday, Nov 28th We extend you a most cordial invitation to be present at our Christmas Opening, Friday, November 28th. Holiday Novelties of Every Description. The Central Record present To share the joy we have; but if ib Any one accepting the above offer A SPECIAL INDUCEMENT may have our 201- - piece Christmas Packet by inclosing ONLY 25 Cents ADDITIONAL. This packet contains 14 beautiful Christmas Postcards 6 New Year Postcards, 30 Santa Claus Seals, 30 Holly Leaf Seals, 30 Christmas Seals, 60 Decorative Seals, with inscriptions, 3 fancy Holiday Booklets, 16 embossed, gummed Stamps, 12 imported Christmas and Gift Cards. All embossed in gold and beautiful Christmas colors. This packet will surprise you. . ?-- v thev're not The case will then, of course, be still more pleasant, So either way we'll have a happy lot. Let's be thankful if the grim old money question Doesn't serve to keep our turkey off the case it does, we wont have indigestion When the rich man's taking pills and blaming Fate. WELSH & WISEMAN COMPANY. DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. -- r .- - -- n, t V m M 1 I I I I ..' ir i 1 1 1 I I i..S The Central i'diiii iVikV ifii ay, Nov &?, - lTiliwniT-lril-irii-rtrrir- 1l I " iis. f ag. fe ft P -- 'SS?!.!!. -- ':-- " 4 5T-"i' 13' w EWARE, Do BEWARE, , I ., , .HT. not be misled by ficticious advertising and big hurrah sales. We at all times offer you genuine bargains and consequently we are never forced to add prices to our Merchandise by advertising sales. . Let us prove to you that our prices are better than any sale price that can be gotten i I: I I S ) 1 1 si The See Our Line Of Joseph I Mercantile - Company Cnerny and Work. "What liecoiiie-- - if tlie etiersy of mo- tiuii of a street car when Midrfculy .tupped!L:iu-tii;- !-.. 'I We give nothing away nor do we over charge you for anything. Miss Nancy Long of Madison county Mr. and Mrs. John Walker, of Eminence, are guests of Mrs. S. A. is with her sister, Mrs. John Ross. Walker and daughter Miss Margaret Miss Annie llerndon is in Louisville, Walker. for a visit to Mr. and Mrs Leslie Hern-doMrs, Bohon Campbell and little daughter, of Stanford, were over MonMessrs. Jim Ballaid and Robert day with Mr. and Mrs. Will Ball and Brown wre visitors! in Stnnfnnl Sun. mother. day. I TO Gossip About vNNRanges, Cook Stoves g Heaters .People i - multiplied by '- eln-it- j A Brief Mention of the BEST MAKES. Prices Right. I I of the CominM and Going! by Those Wt Are Interested In. S xaHomiivnBKBBiui Host Zimmer, of the Kengarlan has been numbered among the sick. Miss Minnie Woods of Stanford is the guest of Miss Jennie Higgins. Mrs. R. H, Batson will spend Thanks giving in Cincinnati with friends. Miss Anna Lee Wooifcrk of Lexington is here with the Misses Bourne. his , Moline, Jno Deere Wagons LIGHT RUNNING and DURABLE. See Them Before You Buy. J. R. MOUNT, SON & CO. u n HE orrcTT 1L 31 IE :c Lillard Miles, of Somerset, is visiting parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Miles. Friends regret very much to hear of the continued illness of Mrs. W. E. Moss. TT TTPC JSw FOOTWEAR is a positive necessity worn with the an. Site insists upon it te just as she insists on coinfa&and ease in her P. Lawson, has Mr. and Mrs, returned to her home at Tipton, Mis- souri. Reverend Ellis of Lutoina was the guests for several days of Lancaster friends. Mrs. Sue Chenault, of Texas, is here for a visit to Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Elmore. V. Eg-Harr- y shoeafaod if she beecon omicfiHy Inclined she al- - Ware, of Hopkinsville is here ' to accept a position in R. E. McRoberts drug store. Miss rr J durability in her footwear. We cater to just ladies, always showing the most elegant and such so looks for Mary Arnold now of Crab Comfortable Fitting Shoe LI ' Orchard, is expected down this week for a visit. Misses Margaret Woods Walker and ' ' ' of the best make at moderate prices. Janey Terrill were shopping in Danville Thursday. R 3C S. 31 BROWN. HE 3C DC 1Z a Mrs. Ed Walker is at home after a visit to her mother Mrs. Annie Ramey 'of Eminence. return from Sayre Institute, Lexington, to spend Thanksgiving. Miss Elizabeth Anderson was the recent guest of Mrs. Stephen Walker in Hustonville. Miss Elizabeth Ford will JS When Women ffi POINT I .6 Mr. and Mrs. Ed Price were in Danville this week the guests of Dr. S. P. Grant and Mrs. Grant. Duke Goodloe and friend Mr. Logs den, of Springfield, were guests of Lancaster friends Sunday. i d & to the WEITE SWAN FLOUR as the best of all, they know what they are about. If there is one thing women can judge well, it is flour. Tell your grocer to send you a sack of the WHITE SWAN FLOUR next time. If you do not 'declare it the best you ever used you will be the first to whom the WHITE SWAN FLOUR has not successfully appealed. I -u.-v- I li. A. Dawes, of Georgetown, Lota May Archer, of this county were united in was the guest of Mr. Claj Sutton last marriage, the Reverend J. W Beagle week. officiating. Dr. and Mrs. W. S. Elkin. of Atlan-- 1 ta, will spend Thanksgiving with relaMrs. A. F. Sanders who continues ill will leave shortly for treatment under tives here. the celebrated Mayo Brothers, RochesMiss Nannie B. Herring spent ter Minnesota. Thanksgiving day with her brother in Stanford. Miss Margaret Arnold, of Madison Miss Delia Tinder wan, the guest for down to spend Female Institute came Thanksgiving with her parents Mr. and several days of Mrs. Joe Chenault, of Mr-Richmond. C. A. Arnold. Mrs. Lewis Landram.of Canville.has Mrs. Belle Perkins who recently purchased a house on East Main street in been here visiting her mother Mrs. II. Stanford will soou become a resident A. B. Marksbury. of that thriving city. Mrs. Elizabeth Joseph will spend Thadksgiving day with Mrs. A. C. Miss Mary Dalton of Hamilton, Col Miles at Buckeye. lege Lexington came home to spend ' Mesdames Mollie Simpson and Irene Thanksgiving with her parents, Mr. and Hoover have gone to Nicholasville and Mrs. James Dalton. Lexington on a visit. Mr. and Mrs.S. G. Haselden, and sons C. J. Doty and Mrs. Doty of Lexing- spent Thanksgiving day in Nicholas-- 1 liepn recent frneats nf their ville with Mrs. Haselden's parents Mr. ton. Iliive aunt. Miss Lena Bright. and Mrs. Parell Duncan. Mr. and Mrs. Clay Hamilton Judge Lewis Walker and family Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Dickerson motorhave moved into their new home on Lexington, Saturday Water street which he recently pur- ed to Miss Harriet Crouch of Clarksville, chased of Mr. F. G. Hurt. Tenn., will arrive Saturday to visit Johnnie Glenn, of Winchester, and Miss Letty .Mae McRoberts. Mt. Sterling was a visitor in LancasMr. Henry Walters and daughter, of ter Sunday. What a pity Lancaster Lincoln, were guests on Monday of has no Loose Leaf market. Mr. and Mrs. John Walters. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Hughes and little Miss Mamye Walteis left Tuesday, daughter Margaret Elkin Hughes of for a visit of ten days to relatives in Lsuisville will be here to spend ThanksLincoln county and Somttset. giving with their relatives. The condition of Mrs. Charles Baer- Mrs. C. A. Arnold entertained Thurs-- j lein who was reported seriously ill last day an elaborate course dinner for her week, shows no improvement. brother Mr. Robert Moore and bride, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Beazley, are re(nee Miss Hunter) of Nicholasville. joicing overa handsome boy that arMrs. H. A. B. Marksbury is at home rived at their home last Friday. again after a protracted stay with her Curry Robinson, John McRoberts and daughters Mesdames A. H. Rice of Charlis Dunn of State College, will he Richmond Ind. and J. M. Stanghton of at home to spend Thanksgiving. Covington, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Lickey and Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Collier will leave son, of Madison, were guests on MonLancaster to reside in Fork Ridge day, of Dr. W. M. Elliott and Mrs. Tenn. where Mr. ColheJ is engaged in Woods Graves and Miss , ' i S'ecili- - micmI in feet per -- crmitl ;;ies a irtiriiict named foot pounds .ir foot ' Ions. TUN momentum K expended at the Int:iiit of .i!iNii,ii .ir impact in d- -e liverim: a blow, as in the of a cannon bull, if the body leeeiiiii the j is movable p.irt of the nmmcu tlliu will nii'iL-ii-r in it a- - motion. If in ib!e fie car uill be MmiMiMl or! move bai Uward. And the molecules of the matter at point of imp.iet will be iucreased in temperature and also be ; a-I j euaW momentum. The mass t!" ' I'" - ' I""- - iimltili.i .if the by its ' I moved rnneul.:u. This requires energy, and work has lieen accomplished from instant of collision until rest ob-- ! tains, 'i lie iiiiiv.it is tile energy of momentum is transformed into work. Kdg-.i- r I.iicien in New York American. i sensory. The eye or eye cushion shows little cui- -. each dosed by a lens. lined by red. rodlike sensory cells, cloth- ed cxtcniaTv by Mippurtln-- ; cells ami conbiinln-- ; a transparent watery r. stance. Ilellniuth I'lcsner made u number of experiment- - at Ilelicolnml In order to dixover how much a star-iiu;ttili sees with these "eyes" or eye (.pots. The answer is. not verr much It does not form an Image nor does It perceive a moviim object Itut It Iins cousitlenible in dUtin- KUishin-- ; different degrees of llsht ajid shade. IZvjn the skin of the starfish" U responsive t differences of illumination in the immediate but by of its "eyes" the starfish bet come aware of clNt.-millumiiiatioii that differs, either positively or nega. tively. from that of the immediately surrounding area. -- New York World. ub-Dct uie-.in- s Eyes of the Starfish. At tin- - eud of each arm in thp common starfish there is :i little red eye. It is sheltered at the base of the terminal tnlr foot, which h.is, bei-uin- alto-ccth- ei Three Cirthctays a Year. There is iipp.ireniiy plenty of fun tor Just as Well Off. A man had his next door ueighlKir the eluUt m in tin- - m. liter of birthdays, but the p.iteiit .m hardly arrested on a charge of willfully dambe expected to feel the :ii:u for the aging a chicken children tberiMl.i not eniitine thcnisclts The judge looked at the charge with to one lnrtl.d:i. but the must In re mingled amusement and surprise, and three. Of course the firt one is the when the plaintiff was put on the real hirtlnhii. am! the other tuo are stand he aslnsl him what damage h.id been done to the bird those ulio.-- e names lite SbiiIWi l I '"" "'rl blMrs it "MTV day 111 the ".My next door neighUir caught the year of the Swedish calendar has us chicken in his garden." answered the own sep.ir;ite name, besides tile plaintiff, "and wrung its neck." "I see." returned the judge. "What Ir names which other mitinns have Sometimes if the p.irent giv4-- the child was the chicken worth alive?" a second u:i:i:e or a lirsl one that can "It was worth 7"i tents." answered not lie tumid in the calendar, the chiM the plaiiitllT loses out on one birthday. And con"What was It worth dead!" quo siderable pivtest must follow, too. when tioned the judge. "Seventy-livthe child Ihmoiiics old enough to real cents." replied tlit ize what he is missing In the Herman plaiiitiu". "1 fail to see where any appreciable calendar every d:i has a name also but the observance of these days is damage was done." said the judge. not at all common in the latter conn "The case is dismissed." Philadelphia Telegraph. try. Si'n s e xw$ No annaatRr Flp.vatnr A Flnur Mills .V.VIV. W . .VU. ...... w uwiw. I B fe , :X0Xyv0x'vy(S)'0yYi i):mi)s Misses Mamye Lee Ballard and Eliza business. Many good wishes will acIson, of Bryantsville, were guests last company them to their new home. week at the Womans Club. M's ' Mary Doty will give an enjoyable dinner party Thanksgiving. Plates "Billy" Speith the popular tobacco buyer was confined to his room with will bi laid for the following guests, Missis Helen and Martha Gill, Joan illness several days last week. Mount, Letty Mae McRoberts and Mrs. J. J. Pursley left last week for Elsie Morrow. The repast will be serAtlanta, where she will join her hus- ved in courses at the hospitable home. band and remain during the winter. Joseph Carty of Pineville, and Miss Mesdames Hugh Hemphill andJames Jennie Hendrickson of Marksbury, Arnold, have returned to Nicholasville were united in marriage Monday afterafter a visit with Lancaster relatives. noon at the Baptist parsonage, the Mr. and Mrs. Harry Elmore, and Reverend J. W. Beagle pronouncing little daughter, Elizabeth Earl Elmure the ceremony. The bride was most will leave shortly to reside in the Sunny becomingly attired and will prove a ' worthy help-matSouth. I e. English Harvest Feasts. The feasts that now take place at the close of the harvest season in England ale small nlfairs compared with the old fashioned harvest suppers held formerly. In some of the northern counties the fanners would give churns of cieam. and It was served out In cups to the InlMirers. Nowadays a glass of ale or cider is the substitute for the old time feast. In some parts of the north of Ireland the ancient cus torn still lingers as the churn supper.' A very old custom is the baking of a large cake b the fanner's wife This is cut up and serted out to eery one. including children, an ompaiiylug the "horkey cart" into the farmyard. The Mr. George Ballew and bride, passed "horkey cart" wa the cart on which through Lancaster. Monday, after a the last load of the 'season was drawn short bridal trip to French Lick Springs. to the farm. Loudon Answers ' An Old Ruse. The influence of women In Louis XV.'s day was all powerful. The men in consequence, feared them. It became the fa'diiuti for women to d.isti about Paris in cabriolets, driving often somewhat rashly, and Increased accidents were put down to this cause. ( la Uriel tie Sartines. minister of police, dared not forbid any woman to drive In Paris, so he caused an edict to be issued prohibiting their doing so until they were forty years old "After this declaration." notes Mrs. I'earne in "A. Court Painter and His Circle." "there was not a cabrio'et to be seen driveu by a woman." Hot Remedy. Colonel Miller and wife, of Blooming- - ' ton, III., are expected to arrive this week for a visit to Mr. John Ross and wife. Mrs. D. C. Sanders Miss Christine Sanders and D. C. J. and Miss Ruth Carrier, have been visiting in Richmond. ' Mrs. Jess Dillinger of Danville, was called to Lancaster, Sunday on account of the illness of her sister Mrs. Charles Baierlien. Mrs. James G. Burnside is ill at her home near Point Leavelll, of pneumomr. Mr. Burnside is just recovering from pneumonia. ' 'pi$g1Ks 0f Wonder The Fact Remains No amount of misrepresentation by the peddlers of alum baking powders, no juggling with chemicals, or pretended analysis, certificates, or falsehoods of or cooked-u- p "any kind, can change the fact that HE'S ANGRY when a good mechanic has to go over a whole pile of Lumber in order to find a good board or two. He doesn't like the name of being a slow worker through no fault of his own. Buy your lumber here and all the boards will bs good. Save a lot of time, which is money to the man who has to pay the wages. i Royal Baking Powder has been found by the offi- Mrs. Patrick Davis is with Mrs Thomas Rankin, for the series of meet- ings her husband is holding at the : Methodist church. Mrs. John E. Stormes met with a very painful accident on the pavement j l iicai uie rresoyienan cnurcn last aun- day, and is now suffering with a badly sprained ankle. Mrs. George D. Robinson will preside as leader at the Womans Club, Thursday, in the club room. The theme being Civics, The New Profession of Home making will be ably discussed by Mrs. Robinson. ' Cayenne pepper is said to be a reliable and effective meau.s of preventing seasickness. Distinctive Dress In England. --A slice of bread is first buttered and At Coiitts' li.iul- the clerical assist- ipriukled with the pepper and is then ants must all wear frock mats- and no folded over so that It can be eaten one in the employment ol the I Mill is without burning the mouth and throat. allowed to go about with his trousers Popular Mechanics. turned up. At Iloare's bauk it is the custom of all those employed to wear One of the Family. white ties Members of the legal prnfes Sirs. DulT ito uew maidi But. Mary, siou observe the etiquette of their cull in ing by abstaining from the wearing of there are only two Whythe family. Mr. Duff and myself. have you set fancy colored clothes and allight or places for three? The New Maid Sure, The beadles ways wear silk hats ma'am, it was the rook that told me of some rresbyteriati churches in Eng- you had a planer player in the house. land wear dress suits instead of the Harper's Weekly. Some brewers Anglican cassock workmen and draymen wear scarlet Her Yearning. In fact, nearknitted wool uightcais She Do you love me as much when ly every trade and profession has its own conventions and unwritten laws you are absent from me? He (fervent-ly- i I love you more, darling. She Oh. concerning the dress of its members. why can't 1 be with you then? BosLou(lon GIobe- ton Transcript. - j 1 Listen. Friday, Saturday, Monday we will have a good line of 1 cial examinations to be of the highest leavening efficiency, free from alum, and of absolute purity and wholesomeness. Lancaster Lumber & M'fg m Go. Royal Baking Powder is indispensable for making finest and most economical food. The recent marriage of Miss Jane Vaughn Joplin of Louisville and Asbury Wright Lee, Jr., of Clearfield, Pennsylvania, is of interest here is the brides father, Reverend George A. Joplin has often preached in this city, and her mother, now deceased, was the handsome Miss Anna Vaughn of Lancaster. Her father Reverend Vaughn having had the pastorage of the Lancaster Baptist church. I Untrimmed Shapes at Cost Velvet, Plush, Velour aivl Felts. Come early and get choice cTWiss (SSI i I Rella Arnold. I'll m- 3E1E s v tf jFUge rO. i in. im3' t i mat iiiiirrirniimiitiiiiiiitiiwwintii(riHn miKMmiiwnn)i iiiiiirnin The Central Rauorq, Thursday, Nov 27, 191 8. ff'r-iajfca i nr TirrVr ' " ii -- ""i lajiaa.KT'i ,-- - "- - fTft,-- ! JWlffc J - . - .JL .!'. -. I McDougal Kitchen CABINET. t A household necessity and Great Labor Saver. Every housekeeper should have one. Come and see them now don't put it off. s reEKJfcigiaffaBifcattgttattBrcrcrera Hurt & Anderson. aria"3I!rsliall college. lmcaster. fa.. Is a descendant of IIuxli Williamson if North Carolina, one of tile framer. f the United State constitution. One f her sons is now ti minister in China. Sir. Sayre is also inteu'sted in social settlement work. Something About the Bride. Miss Jessie Wilson was horn at Sainesvllle. Ga. Her early education was at home under a German governess. After finishing her studies at the Baltimore Woman's college she wenf She is the Into settlement work. youngest member of the national board of the Youns Women's Christian association, and slip con)oied a number of the prayers re-i- at the Y. II. C. A. convention at IMcIiiiumi'. Vm. :.;ue her mother, she Is a blond, with a delicate rose pink ii Greek profile, complexion and larjre blue eyes. She plays tenuis, rides horseback, swains and dances. As this was to be a chrysanthemum weddlnjr. it had been arranged to have great quantities of this flower adorn the White House. The predominating color was mauve, the bride's favorite color, and there Is no color which contrasts and harmonizes more perfectly with the newly decorated White House. Slight Hiteh Over Present. The bouse of representatives declared its intention of giving Miss Wilson a handsome present on the occasion of her wedding. Representative Edward W. Townsend of Montclair. N. J., a member of the committee chosen to select the gift, said: "We received from members of the house about $2,000 in contributions to Miss Wilson's wedding gift fund. It was the purpose of the committee to select a present which would be of practical use to the bride all her life. Ail the committeemen are married, and that settled the matter. We thought the young bride would be better pleased with a silver table set than gems or anything else." Incidentally this proposal of members contributing to a present caused a little unpleasantness In the house of Representative Fin-le- y representatives. H. Gray of Indiana criticised his legislative associates In a speech for "chipping In" for n wedding gift President Wilson himself. It is said, had Intimated his disapproval of the movement which had been started by Republican Floor Lender Mann. Nevertheless practically all the congressmen gladly subscribed their $5 each toward the total of about $2,000. Handsome Booklet. 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It contains a number of color sketches showing :!.'it. !.. ! vauouji Guccis, easily- oorawea wnu 1 Hw Peaslee-Gaulbert MASTIC PAINT "THE old-reliable KIND THAT LASTS" Behind every gallon of this paint stands the good name and reputation of its makers. Co., Louisville, Ky. MASTIC PAINT is guaranteed absolutely pure, and is made from the highest-grad- e materials. The formula is on every can. S ifB'SSSaRiSPRBBBBBBMVMMihbr1''' ""?? lBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBrBBBBBB9S, aBBBBBBj "i ' T i yi.3B i Mastic Paint is more economical than ordinary paint, because it covers more surface, lasts longer, looks better, and gives the very best results. It adds years to the life of your property. I. v Bi 1BBBbT BY BIBWHHlBBKSiHf(1 ' $A''jHvF,vVBVTBBTr'cbY BKKBviBvlaBBSVr J'yv!9BBftH?fi9BBBBSvV Iff S XBBBBBBBmBBBBLv.a S jrcBBBHBBBBBBBB1 BBBa'Pb)wBBfcBBBB948BBBBBjSKMBBBBK aa. ' A'AV VAhSj vj vBBBH J- HbVbT''B. VSBi' lK r f ' 'EaM MtIa iS A.Vil. KBBi?&Ji . Y B? A!"" x ' Js X '' 'a ' i kBRsZ x ' v jK fj! vAt v R. E. McRoberts & Son Lancaster, Ky. SMsiCW"nlB tbTjb M yffplpyyjKyy3yy iur imtJbbHbb Tn jf' ' ' "' ' r" $3Ku i ft-- ' ' 'v i J 1 TOBACCO The Madison J fcBfcBBM. 1' fciiMi.B.BBBB4BiBBJ Amart-c-a MiM Cut JMi Wilson, Room, Brid. Whit Hwih. Or. QranMi, Bt Un. MiM Margaret Wilton. Photograph copyrighted, 1912, r Prata Association. UOil the time of the announce- - f ilways mi careruny guarded. It was of the engagement of i delicate matter, this selection of the Jessie Woodrow "Wilson, ruests, and Washington society parnames of the second of the president's three ticularly awaited the ones. Sayre the highly favored daughters, and Francis B. The plans called for the .wedding to entire eouotry took the liveliest inter- be held at 430 p. tn. on Tuesday, Nor. est in the arrangements for the wed- 25. The Rev. 8yhrcster W. Beach, the ding, and as the day. Nov. 25, ap- president's pastor ajt Princeton, N. J., proached the interest increased apace. was selected to perform the ceremony. With the return of Mrs. Wilson and Tha Official Oatails. ber daughters to Washington about the When the official details of the wed-41n- g middle of October the White House were announced it was seen that took on an air of added activity, and the bride would be attended by her el maid of honor the details of the wedding were so der sister, Margaret, varied and numerous that Mrs. Wil ! and her younger sister, Eleanor: Miss .. ... .c...., i.m.u n son was obliged to can in anotner so- - ; If... n . VMI. ""j a college TloHlmnnametlaa A uriuu; iiOBCoer, incnu oi secretary. cial Mis Adeline Mitchell Scott daughter While Miss Wilson was the thir- ot Professor William B. Scott of teenth bride going forth from the Princeton, and Miss Marjorie Brown, White House, her marriage was only daughter of Mrs. Wilson's cousin, Colothe fifth in which the bride was a nel E. T. Brown of Atlanta. Ga., as president's daughter, tt was announced bridesmaids. Dr. Wilfred T. OrenfeU, with whom that the company witnessing the wedding would not be mm large as that Mr. Sayre worked in Labrador, was assembled at the nvrlage of Miss selected as the best man, and the ushBenjamin AHce Roosevelt and Klcfaolas Long-wort- ers were named as follows: B. Burton of New Tork, a graduate of for the president and Us wife Williams college. 1012; Dr. Scovllle desired to limit an official compasj to dark of Eatem, Mass., whom Mr. about 400 guests. Sayre knew la Labrador and with Salactitif tha Ouasta. whom he trailed northern Newfound-lau' At a visit made by Miss Isabella Dr. Gilbert H. Horax of MontHagner, Mrs. WUsoa'a social secreta- clair, N. J., classmate of the bridery, to the summer White House at groom at Williams, class of 1900. now Jatom Hopkins medical 'school, and Cornish. N. H., there was made what at Charles E. Hughes. Jr., son of Justice was believed to be a final revision of Hughes of the United States supreme the official guests and personal friends court, who was a classmate of Mr. Invitations were to be sear. Sayre at to whom Harvard law sehoel. Following this final revision, however, Elaganc aad Simplicity. there were addition and subtractions iBTtUttovU toaLweSdini wjCLbSJl t3ufe.it9ktiptte ttaab rment h, d; Jtot The Southern Railway Co. is sending out a handsome booklet illustrating the many places of interest for "winter Homes" along their route. The booklet is illustrative of the many points of interest in the South and is a work of art. It is neatly compiled and gives a list of the leading B. 8ayra, Bridagro hotels together with prices, as well as Mia Klaanor Wllaan. much other information which would be of great value to those contemplatstyle or simple elegance, eugravea on Ivor tinted heavy paper, double fold, ing a Southern trip. about 0 by 10 Inches, with the United States coat of arms embossed heavily Report of the Condition in white at the top. They read in modOF THE est script: ."The President and Mrs. Wilson request the pleasure of the presence of Co & (blank line for the name of guest wrlttep skilfully with a pen to match Bank doing business at Lancaster the engraving exactly), at the marriage County of Garrard, State of Kentucky, of thejr daughter, Jessie Woodrow. to Mr. Francis Bowes Sayre, on Tuesday. AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS ON THE Nineteen November the Twenty-fifth- , hundred and Thirteen, at half after 14th day of Nov, 1913. 4 o'clock at the White House, Washington, D. G." RESOURCES. Handaoma Wedding Qmn-The wedding gown was made In Loans ana Discounts- t 170, HI W New York and was of soft Ivory tint- Overdrafts Sepured ap.d pn- 17 tecured ed satin with much rare old lace. The Due from Banks A.0019T Cash on hand lingerie portions of the trousseau were Check, and qther cash items. .. 53 31 all handmade and of the daintiest and Banking House, Furniture and 13.000 0u Fltturea lftos delicate construction and materi1205,371 !8 Total als. It had been planned that simplicity was to ha the keynote of the Whole LIABILITIES. affair and that while the wedding CapltalBtockpaldln, in cash...... f 50,000 00 3,700 00 company was to be large It was. to be Surplu- - Fund Undivided Profits, less expenses more personal than official. 893 M and taxes paid Naturally every one was interested Deposit snbiect to check 1103.040 03 17.37191 Time Deposits : in the young man who had won the 120,411 94 338 00 hand of the daughter of the president. Reserre for faxes SO.Oifl U0 Payable .... Francis Bowes Sayre, scion of the old Bills Total apd wealthy Sayre family of eastern t 205,371 58 2 Pennsylvania, which built and partly State of Kentucky, County of Garrard, Set. We, B. E. Mc Robert and J. W. Elmore Presl OffTns flfft Lehigh Valley railroad, is a and Cashier of the above named Bank graduate of Williams college and of dent do solemnly swear that the above statement school. For the past Is true to the best of our knowledge and belief. & Harvard law R. E. ycRoberts, President. fftar Mr. Sayre has been connected J. W. Elmore, Cashier. H with the office of pistrlcf Attorney Subscribed an.d sworn to before me this 24th Charles 8. Whltuwn In NawqTprft, Mr. day of Nov ibis. H Will B. Honnrr Notarv Public. gayre'a toother, daughter of John WilsesMy Commission liamson Nevis, president jd Praaklln sion of the Senate. Expires At end of next G w Warehouse Co. The following letter has been sent out by Tobacco .to Tobacco Growers in this a'nd adjoining Counties. Garrard Bank Trust " H We are the pioneers in the loose leaf tobacco market in this city, having built the first warehouse for that purpose several years ago and have more recently added a new steel structure so we can better handle your crop. We wish to announce to our friends and pratons that our warehouse will he open to receive tobacco on Thursday, November 20th, our first sale being on the following Monday, November 24th. In addition to the buying interests of former years we expect to have with us buyers for several new firms. We are better prepared than ever to handle your tobacco. It is not everyone who knows how to run a sale and get the best prices for tobacco. Like every other enterprise that is a success one must know his business from start to finish. Our four year's experience will be worth much to you. It will enable us te secure for you the b,est possible price. This you may absolutely depend upon. Our prizing facilities are unsurpassed. As to capacity we have almost double that of any other house here. With the addition pf our new steel strupture we have 42,000 square feet of floor space, aside from thrpe drive ways which will accommodate 150 wpgon loads. We have added stalls that now accommodate 200 horses. Experience has shqwn that buyers discriminate against badly handled tobacco, especially, as you well know, against that brought in in too high case. If you expect to get the best pripes you cannot be too careful in handling and grading your crop. We will have exactly the same management that we had last year and which gave such excellent satisfaption. We are expecting a good strong market and it will be our earnest endeavor to mane your crop entrust ea to our care to pnng top notch prices. We hope to have your business and assure you pourteous tfeatmept- - Fqllow thp crowd and come to the Madison house. Thanking you for past favors, we remain, Yours very truly, Madispn Tobacco Warehouse Co. lIIJiOTllIlMIfi OlrlJJBITdBlrJBrrlfrfilrJWrglJMli vr-I 'I i. x