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PURE RELIGION, IfNlARNlSHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT jl u.A! v t T?nntm jJ wJ & NUMBER ?5 te LANCASTER.KY., FRIDAY. DECEMBER 5. 1913. at home You are missing some fine pictures if you do not attend the show at Open House. Opera House. Mr. Alex Walker, always i r gu-- -sive and ready to back any enterprise that will advance the interests of Lancaster, will in the very near future erect a modern and opera house on thf lot adjoining the old rest office building (in Lexington street. Wo congratulate Mr. Walker on lh new enterprise, and feel justified in saying when completed, it will compare favorably with the best in the r Hog Killin Time is here and we have everything in that line. Let the weather settle before you Garrard County teachers; get your kill your hogs. Christmas fruit and candies for the children, at Currey's. The Baptist Ladies Aid will have Exchange and Bazaar Dec. 13. Contemplating. We do hope Old Santa will bring enough water to fill our Lake. W. J. Romans is opening up a liii.t class garage Lin connection with his The recently elected county officers carriage department. will take their seats Jan. 1st. state. Rents Properly. BUTCHER KNIVES AND We have everything needed for your .Mr. Jim Wood Bourne has rented Free Balloon Ascension Saturday Dec. 6th Buy it of Currey. the place of Mrs. Emma Elkin on Dan Entirely New And Novel Features. ville pike and took possession Dec. 1st. Under the auspices of and at the exLocal dealers killed and shipped 5,000 turkeys to the Thanksgiving market. He is now prepared tc slaughter your pense of the leading business men of hogs an'd beeves and promises to give Lancaster, on Saturday December 6th "Old Santa" is busy preparing for it his personal attention which insures at 1:30 o'clock P. M. Mr. C. E. Banks-to- n Xmas which is less than a month off. that it will be done well. will give a FREE Balloon ascension. This act will contain new features The county school terms are begin-in- g Livery Stable Changes Hands. never heretofore seen in Lancaster and to close and they will about all be Mr. W. A. Arnold has purchased of will consist of three separate and out by Xmas. Messrs Herndon & Walker their livery distinct parachutedrops performed from There will be Catholic services at the stock and fixtures on thv Public Square one balloon and by one aeronaut. This home of Mr. N. Miller, Wednesday and will resume the livery business in attraction is brought to Lancaster at which he was so long engaged. Messis this time by the merchants of the town morning, Dec. 10th. fruit cakes. bJ?1S?$2!w i BJvi'liV? $Wz$w4 Ww tSJLL'-jtv" pl is coming y "4 cvery 'anc' STEVENS The RIFLES-SHOTG- "d Jmate want for Christmas line of I !W Herndon Walker have not as yet Postal employees are rejoicing over made any plans for the future, but it the closing of a two months siege of is hoped they will remain in Lancaster. weighing and counting mail. & SAUSAGE MILLS OF ALL KINDS. LAUD PRESSES in different sizes and makes I Come to our store and look them over before I you buy. Cupid invaded this community with a quiver full of darts just before ThanksMessrs Frazier Hurt and H. C. giving and he about exhausted her sup- Hamilton two of our most progressive ply. business men propose to erect covered From the number of rabbits bagged stock pens, that will accomodate all Thanksgiving one would not think stock that is brought here on court "Rabbit cholera" was prevalent in days. Their plans are well under way Garrard county. and as soon as a suitable location is closed for the sight, work will begin at The annual moving has commenced once. This is something Lancaster is and from now until Jan. 1st scarcely a badlv in need of and with these enterday will pass but someone will be seen prising men behind it, it will prove changing their location. more than a success financially. Garrard county hens absolutely reNew Furnace Being Installed At College. fuse to lav high priced eggs. Our The Graded School has been exfarmer reports 200 hens and not reperiencing considerable trouble with ceiving an average of an egg daily-Oldetheir new heating plant, and after con agency, write more business, siderable experimenting upon the part pays more losses, makes less changes, of the contractors who inatalled the than any other agent in Garrard coun- plant, it was decided that the boilers ty Gaines the Insurance man. were inadequate for the work required Reports come in from all over the of them. Two new boilers of a much county of the loss of meat killed dur- larger capacity have be;n installed and ing the recent cold snap. Better feed it is hoped and believed that the buildthem a while longer than kill them at ing will from now on be comfortably heated, an inopportune time. Hart-Bowl- ing. Covered Stock Pens. and at their expense for the purpose of bringing the people to town ami giving them an opportunity to inspect the splendid stocks of Fall and Winter goods now on display, and to stimulate an interest in home trade. Do not miss it, it is absolutely free. Come and bring the children. Mr. Bankston the aeronaut; is one of the most experienced men in his line in the country and the act will be well worth seeing. Belter Goods, Larger Display, Belter ducements And Better Prices ing Offered By Local BeIn- ivgJp SMi iwKw&ll higt-i- t UNS PISTOLS THE W0RLD Suitable for man or boy or woman 'Hooter 1N 1$(gmk tT'"''ljF ff:fll& UvPRS Sly mSivi -- nyip$ T$jj(ijmSl jJ&SSliiXsjSKlSnV f!?Si CONN BROTHERS. Live and Let Live Folks 83C&32C&32C&23C33e33 REMEMBER We can serve as your Administrator.Guardian.Trustee save you money and worry. L and Your Will, Insurance Policy, Certifimis- Mortgage, Notes, Stock Inventory, Bonds or Stock cates, when lost or destroyed, causes endless trouble, ery and legal expense. Put vour valuable papers in one of our Safe Deposit Boxes and you will never have to worry. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Capital $50,000. Surplus $30,000. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. A. R. DENNY, President. J. E. STORMES, Vice Pres't. R. T. Embry, Ass't Cashier. J. L. Gill, Book-Keepe- r. Safety 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. B. F. HUDSON, President. W. O. Rignev, Ass't Cash'r. W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. J. S. JOHNSON. Vice Prest. J. J. Walker, Jr., Book-Keepe- r. P ORGANIZED 1883. ! l&e Citizens i National Bank Surplus $40,000. OF LANCASTER, KY. Capital $50,000. This bank is supervised by the United States Government Your 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 batik YOUR bank. There is no excuse why any .Garrard county citizen should leave Lancaster to buy goods. Lancaster merchants are sparing neither time, efforts or money in their anxiety to induce home people to patronize home industries. Now that the holiday season is upon us and most everyone must make purchases for the coming winter, the knife has been used unsparing, prices nave ueen siasneu until everything ss right down at rock bottom prices. And are these prices for self worn or shoddy goods, the olFerings are fresh and clean and the very best obtainOur big new press is in place, workable, and we think in view of these men are rapidly making the necessary Miss Sallie Hurt, daughter of Mr. facts, that it is the duty of every changes and improvements in the build Joshua Hurt of this county and Mr. citizen of the county to at least give ing, and before many weeks the Re Bowling of Lerose Ky., were local merchants wares and inspection cord will be ensconced in its new home, Isaac united in marriage at the Court House before going elsewhere to buy. in Lexington, Ky., on November 22nd Revival Services. Mr. it. n. uatson win today, open Squire Dodd performing the ceremony the largest sale ever conducted by Kev. Pat Davis, an evangelist of The groom has but recently completed mm, ana some ot his lines he will posrare ability, is conducting revival ser- an enlistment in the U. S. Army, hav itively close out entirely, and in order vices at the Methodist church this ing been discharged Nov. 17th. He to do this he has marked the prices so week, and much interest is being was stationed at Ft. Lawton, Washing they are sure to go. shown. The meeting will continue ton. The bride was visiting her sister attractive that Mr. n. 1. Logan is also offering to throughout the week and over Sunday. Mrs. Charles Thomas and her soldier the people of the county a cut rate lover came there for the tieing of the sale at which prices have been cut to Will Hurt Improving. nuptial knot. They are at present the minimun, and there also goods Mr. Will Hurt who had the misfortune visiting Mr. and Mrs. Josh Hurt a may be obtained of quality for whicl: to lose his right arm in a fodder shred Point Leavell. Mr. Logan is noted and at unheard of der last week, is doing nicely. He has prices. Not to be outdone by his com been removed to his home, the woundEmphatically In Earnest. petitors, Mr. J. W. Smith has made ed member is healing nicely and his A reporter for the Record visited the sweeping reductions through his entire friends hope to see him out in lha. near store of R. H. Batson and during the clean, fresh stock of goods and anyfuture. conversation Mr. Batson stated most thing wished for in his line may be obBrother Under Returns. emphatically, that he was closing tained at heretofore of prices. The Joseph Mercantile Co, as altwo weeks series of meet- out his entire stock of clothing, havAfter a ing been in business for the past ways, are meeting the prices of all ings at Georgetown, Brother Tinder competitors, and while they never hold returned home Monday and reports a thirty years and feeling the years slowly creeping upon him. he realizes sales are offering such bargains to delightful meeting. He will conduct as will make a pleased the regular services at the Christian that he must close out that branch their customers of the business in order to enjoy the customer of everyone who enters there Church Sunday morning and in the store. afternoon he will hold services at the fruits of his past busy life and added that he hoped all his friends and Mr. R. S. Brown is closing out at Hubble Christian church. patrons in I the county and vacinity great sacrifice his mens clothing and would take advantage of this wounder-ou- s those in need of winter suits will be Clark. sale. He also wishes us ro state sure to find something to their liking The sixteen months old son of Mr. that he thanks every one whom he has at his place, and the price is sure to be right. and Mrs Robert Clark died on Wedneshad the pleasure of waiting upon in the Merchants handling other lines are day night Nov. 26th. following an past for their patronage. We are also offering every inducement to their operation foi appendicitis and the confident that Mr. Batson is sincere in customers and there is not an article remains were interred in the Lancaster his determinatiou to close out this cemetery on Thursday. He was an branch of his business and we would which is necessary to the farm or household but that can be purchased unusually bright little fellow and much suggest to the people of of home merchants, just as good and sympathy is extended to the bereaved respectfully the county that this is a splendid op at just as reasonable price, as if you parents. portunity to secure high class merchan had gone elsewhere or "ordered" it. dise at th lowest possible prices. A Word To The Ladies Now in view of the above facts and in common justice to your home people, of Lancaster and Garrard and surroundGlad To Have Him Back. come to Lancaster and see what the ing counties. We have the very latest Much gratification is felt among the merchants have to offer you, you are in Ready to wear suits, coats, creations dresses and costumes, bought direct newspaper men of the State over the not compelled to buy, simply have a from the leading houses of New York. rsturn of Harry Giovannoli, who has look, and if you do not find what suits We are going to sell them in this Hur- been chosen as Editor of the Lexington vou or the prices are not right, then ry Sale regardless of cost. Somebody Leader, to the fold. Harry was for- you can conscientiously buy elsewhere. is going to get a handsome diamond merly with the Danville Advocate and The Loose Leaf Warehouse built by ring. Hurry. H. T. Logan. knows the business from the "Hell the Burley Tobacco Co. on South box" to the editorial chair. To those Ky., was in Lexington, Cortright Metal Shingle Roofing. who have not followed his career since Broadway leaving Kentucky, the following from once facitiously called Big Burley and We hope eur readers have been notic will be of interest. the name has followed it ever since ing the advertising of the Cortright the Washington Star "Harry Giovannoli, chief of the last year. The first year of its existence Metal Roofing Company, which has division, bureau of internal it sold eight million pounds, it made a appeared in our columns regularly stamp revenue, has resigned ,iat position to reputation tor fair dealing and high since early this year, and that any of editor and ger eral manager of prices that promises to give it a still those interested in high grade, sub- become Lexington (Ky) Daily and Sunday larger business the present year. By stantial roofing, have gotten in touch the experience and improved facilities for Leader, a republican newspaper. with the Company. had experience in hauling tobacco it expects to get bet Cortright Metal Shingles have been Mr. Giovannolias printer, reporter ter results for its patrons this year. At newspaper work injuse for more than a quarter of a g you he came to Washing- Big Burley you get every-thincentury and are giving splendid satis and editor before can get anywhere else "and then ton as private secretary to John W. faction everywhere. why not go wliere you an get Yerkes, former commissioner of inter- some", During the last few the best? "We have not paid solicitors nal revenue. Handsome Booklet. to your house and ask you to years he has been chief clerk and chief to come The Southern Railway Co. is sending of division in the internal revenue bu ship your tobacco to us, we spend that out a handsome booklet illustrating reau and has also done important spec- money in giving you service after you the many places of interest for "win- ial work for the department. He was get here. We solicit your patronage your support. ter Homes" along their route. of department committees on and think we deserve chairman The booklet is illustrative of the efficiency and economy appointed by We appreciate your trade and hope many points of interest in the South Secretary MacVeagh to study the rev- you will come to see us before you Deand is a work of art. It is neatly com- enue cutter service and the office of cide where to sell. Our doors are open piled and gives a list of the leading the supervising architect, and was a day and night and we will be glad to hotels together with prices, as well as member of the department committee see you at all times. Mgr. J. much other imformation which would on personnel until relieved recently a; Phone No. 1815. be of great value to thoge contemplat his request." ing a Southern trip. k rDon't i Haselden Brothers. isaiqMipEsa EjGg Bay 0 mo A Jill? J L X bm mr - Vi tfe)rrirl -- SMI H, until you get my PRICES. W. J. ROMANS ,, l,e)(a, i xJ? Do you know what it is to be Satisfied? BUY YOUR i Groceries I and OF - Meats Davidson & Doty. Phone 181.. Everything To Eat V- , Josephs has nothing but Bargains. Childrens coats for less at Joseph's. Joseph's sell for less than any sale. ( IU r ,y v rage 2 The Central Rtsuuru, Friday, Dec 5, 1913. Owing to the warm weather, we find ourselves badly OVERSTOCKED on SUITS and OVERCOATS. Following our usual custom when overstocked, we have cut the prices on this new stock of Clothing, and will close out at COST for the next 15 days. az Price Cut onEvery Suit&Overcoat in Store On SUITS BOYS KNEE SUITS k$10.00 8 50 7 50 0.50 0.00 5.00 1.00 3 50 and now.... now OV BOY'S OVERCOATS.. 10.00 8.50 7.50 d 50 r. 00 4 0.) ATS MEN'S SUITS. Suits, now. Suits, now Suits, now Suits, now. Suits, now. Suits, now. .Suits,. now. .. $17.75 now.. ..$9.75 $22.50 Men's now 7.75 18.00 Men's now 5.75 15.50 Men's now 4.75 12.00 Men's now 4.25 10.00 Men's now. . .. !?.75 S 50 Men's now. ... 2.75 T.TiO Mens Studebaker Wagon Given Away, Saturday December 20th, 1913. All goods brand new and this seasons purchases. Don't miss this opportunity to buy new goods at MANUFACTURERS COST. MEN'S OVERCOATS. .$7.75 $22.50 Men's 5.75 18.00 Men's 4 75 15.00 Men's l.i", 12.50 Men's l.iKI 10 00 Men1? :t.7.i 2. .Ml '..r.O Suits, Suits, Suits, Suits, Suits, Boys Knee Suit", Bojs knee Suit', Bovs Knee Suits, Bovs Boys Bovs Boys Knee Knee Knee Knee Bojs Knee now. now now now. now. now. now. now. Overcoats, Overcoats, Overcoats, Overcoats, Overcoats, ... $17. 75 $12.50 now... 12.75 11.75 '.1.75 now.... now ... 2 25 Mfii!! (Hvrroats, now. .. 7.50 Men's Overcoats, now .. 7.75 5.75 4 75 Boy's Boy's Boy's Hoy's Boy's Hoy's Boy's Overcoats, Overcoats, Overcosts, Overcoats, Overcoats, Ovei coats, Overcoats, ... . 12.75 11 75 . . . . 'I 75 .. .. 7.75 5.75 1.75 House Of Quality. ac- Jas. W. Smith, Lancaster, Ky. d SKSSSSSS&flSEstfSg Mr. and Mrs. Noah Spamhower of Point Leavell are rejoicing over the 51.00 a year. arrival of a bouncing boy. The youngIssued Weekly. ster arrived on Tuesday night, and J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. both he and Mrs. Spainhowor are doing nicely. R. L. ELKIN, Business Manager. The Central Record incorporated. Their Fourth Boy. The Greatest Sale Ever Pulled Off In Treadway-Tod- d. at once for the home of the groom, Miss Mittie Treadway aged 27 and is now in full blast. Prices Low, Quality Gaorge B. Todd 27, popular young High. $502.50 in premiums given people of the Paint Lick neighborhood free, Dec. 21th. Its to jour interest to were married on November 2(ith. investigate. Hurry. II. T. Logan. Hendrickson-Cart- Lancaster y. Entered Rt in Ijuicaiter, ns Second Class MkiI Mutter. A New Grandson Ky. the 1'ou (ili-- r Wings Not Intended For Here, But For Clerk Mason. Hera-afte- r. Member Kentucky aud Press Association Eighth District Publishers League. Lancaster, Ky., December 5, 1913. T. Davis, both of Buckeye, secured license to wed'on November 25th. The Circuit Court reconvened on Monday bride is a most estimable lady and the S 5.00 For Precinct and Citv Offices Macao Moving. morning after the Thanksgiving holi- groom a popular merchant of the or County Offices 10.00 The 1913 tobacco crop is beginning days and will continue through this Buckeye vicinity. For State and District Offices.... 15.00 Very little For Calls, per line .10 move in earnest and wagons are to be week and a part of next. Kelley-Roge-rs. For Cards, per line .10 seen on nearlv every turnpike, heavily busines of importance is being transactladen, wending their way to the Loose ed, though many minor cases are being For all publications in the interMiss Allie Kelley aged 18, a daughter Leaf markets in adjoining towns. The settled and Judge Hardin is endeavorest of individuals or expresj of Mr. Samuel Kelley, of the Buckeye markets are not as yet thoroughly es- ing to clear the docket at this term of sion of individual views, per section and Calvin Rogers, aged 21 tablished as to prices, the offerings court. .10 filler.. j son of Mr. Melvin Rogers of Point Obituaries, per line .05 bringing from $3. to $33 per hundred Barn Burns. Leavell secured license on November I and there seems to be a general upMr. Dock Simpson who lives near 26th and were made man and wife. ward tendency of prices. Buckeye, had the misfortune to lose President Wilson, following a prePrestou-Gastine- au. cedent which he hin If established at 'Squire Sara Johnson's Will Probated. his tobacco and stock barn by fire on the opening of the extraordinary sesthe Wednesday night before ThanksMr. John C. Gastineau, the popular The Will of the late 'Squire Samuel giving. sion of Congress l&si April, on last The origin of the fire is unfarmer and stockman of near Hyatts-vill- e jonnson was aamittea to probate in known. Tuesday appeared in the halls of ConThere was a crop of about surprised his many friends on county court on last Saturday His 2000 pounds gress and read to that body his first the of tobacco, some corn, hay Thanksgiving day by returning from widow. Airs. Lou I a Johnson was and farming implements in the barn, annual address or message. Richmond with a newly wedded bride. pointed Executrix without bond, Among the principal recommendaall of which burned. He carried in- Mr. Gastineau left for Richmond, her two brothers, Messrs Thomas and surance to the amount of $400. which ostensively tions expressed in the document was on busines?, there he was William Arnold of Richmond were ap- - will the advocacy of direct primary elecnot near reecompense him for his met by Mrs. Mury Preston, one of pointed joint guardians of the minor loss, the barn was a large structure tions for the selection of presidential Berea's most estimable ladies; probably children, Allen and Miss Florence candidates; early action on Rural Credand the insurance would not near re- all of the ministers of Richmond were Johnson. These gentlemen will also place it Mr. Simpson is a clever absent from its legislation; Alaskan tail ways, anti- assist in the winding the city partaking of up of the estate. gentleman and a good citizen and much turkey and trust laws, the currency bill and many other delicacies appropriate sympathy is elt for him in his loss. other important measures. to the day, any way one was not Improvements To Opera House. Touching upon the Mexican situation available, but Mr. Gastineau nothing he said that the United States would Thompson. Mr. W. J. Romans, the progressive daunted by this fact, hied himself to continue its policy of waiting for the manager of the Lancaster Opera House On Thanksgiving day the spirit of the court house where the ceremony waning of the powerof Huerta.whoisa will make extensive improvements to one of Garrard countv's most rpsnppt- - waspeiformed in a mostimpressive mere military dictator.and declared that his popular play house in the manner by the county Judge. i.ear fuThe there would never be peace in America ture. The floor will be elevated, new ed citizens took its flight for the Great Beyond. Tevis Thompson died at his happy couple returned to Hyattsville until his power was surrendered. scenery installed, the house remodeled on the nigh t tram, where it seems The president met with a splendid inside and out, and many improvements home near Bourne after ar. illness of secret had preceded them, fbrthe reception at the hands of Congress, and made which will add to the appearance only nine days duration of pneumonia. their His remains were laid to rest on the entire country side was congregated to the applause which was frequent as and comfort of the building, and when bid him welcome, and they formed an the reading of his message proceeded, completed will make of it one'of the following, Friday morning in the Mt. Hebron cemetery after funeral services escort of honor to the home of the was not confined to the Democratic most structures in any town by Rev. Beagle assisted by Rev. groom. members exclusively, both Progress- in the state. Mr. Gastineau is G9 sears of age and after which the services were ives and Republicans joining with them taken in charge by the Bryantsville, is one of Garrard county's most substanas the various measures which he adYoung Hustlerf. Lodge F. & A. M. of which he was an tial as well as popular citizens, whl'e vocated met with their approval. enthusiastic member. the good lady whom he has taken as a Messrs. H. V. and C. B. Bastin, of uarrara county could boast of no helpmate is 48 and is one of Berea's Lancaster, were in town on business a better citizen than Tevis Thompson, most popular ladies. short time Saturday. These young Stock Sold Well. and there were none who knew him The Record joins tht host of friends gentlemen have been remarkably .sucAt the public sale of J. F. Holtzclaw cessful in business, and while scarcely but who spoke well of him, and ex of the contracting parties in congratheld near Preachersville last Friday, past their teens are on the "shady side press the deepest regret at his taking. ulations. good prices were realized for both of Easp street" financially. They got A christian in all that word implies, a stock and crops. The sale was made their start with the Bastin Telephone member of the Baptist, church for the on a credit of twelve months and the Company, and by untiring energy and past thirty years, nor did he stop at bidding was spirited throughout the sound business judgment in other ven- having his name enrolled on the books "One heart, one mind, one soul, and one desire, day. Capt. A. M. Bourne was the tures have placed themselves upon a of the church, he was an untiring and A kindred fancy, and a sister fire, auctioneer and reports the following. Arm foundation. Both are mambers conscientious worker in the Master's One Jack, $700, suckling mule, $113.25, of Ryan Commandery, Knights Tem- cause. One of the most valued .mem- Of thought and passion, these can Love inspire, yearhrg mule, $92. brood mare, $106., plar and prominent in Masonic circles. bers of the Bryantsville lodge of MaThis makes a heaven of earth; for sons, the entire membership turned cattle $G.0G hundred, corn, $3.80 to Danville Messenger. this is Love." out to assist in performing the last sad $4.00 a barrel, shelled oats, 5G cents, On Wednesday at the home of the baled hay, Gl cents and baled straw, Congressman Stanley Secures Conviction rites for their beloved departed brother. Devoted to his home and family, bride's mother, Mrs. S. A. Walker, fG cents. ever striving for the upbuilding of the Miss Margaret Woods Walker, and Mr. Of Tobacco Companies. community in which he dwelt and hav- Joseph Calloway, of Smithfield, wore Successful Entertainment. At Morganlield Ky. on Tuesday a ing in view at all times the best inter- united in marriage, Reverend Eldridge The entertainment given at the jury after thirty minutes deliberation ests of the county, hi3 loss will indeed of Paint Lick performing the ceremony Graded School Auditorium last Wed- found the Imperial Tobacco Co. of be an irreparable one. under an archway between parlor and nesday evening for the benefit of the Kentucky and The Imperial Tobacco The deceased was 50 years of age ball. Misses Mary May Walker and Athletic Association, was a success Co of Great Britian and Ireland guilty and was a son of the venerable Rev. Isabella Terrill acting as ribbon bearfrom every standpoint. The "Lost of violating the anti-trulaws of the G. W. Thompson. In 1877 he was ers for the contracting parties. Miss Chaperon" the title of the play, callad state of Kentucky and assessed a line married to Miss Mary Kidd, who with Janey Terrill received the guests in a for good acting and the entire cast of 3500 against each of them. The the following children survive him, very pleasing manner. The bride was knew their parts well and acted them conviction also carries with it a for- Mrs. Timothy Ford, Mrs. James A. handsomely attired in a going-awato perfection. Miss Dean was untiling feiture of their Kentucky charter. Bratton and Misses Martha and Jean gown of blue, which was very becomin her efTo.ts to make it a success and Congressman A. O. Stanley was act- Ford and Messrs Wesley, Lee and ing to her blonde type of beauty. She to her is due the credit for the enter- ive in the prosecution, being one of the Auburn Thompson, all of this county. is the only doughter of Mrs. Florence tainment that netted the sum of $G6.-0- lawyers for the Commonwealth and The heartfelt sympathy of the entire Terrill Walker, and belongs to quite a goes into the coffers made a strong speech in prosecution of j county goes out to the bereaved family prominent which amount relationship throughout the of the Athletic Association. the defendants. i in their great loss. county. The newly wedded pair left Rates For Political Announcements The number of aviators killed this year now total 100, which certainly goes to prove that the Almighty does not and never did intend for man to fly in the air. If such had been the intention, man would have been provided with a pair of wings. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Mason have received news of the arrival of a son at the home of 'Mr. and Mrs. Willie Fox Logan at their Dome in Wilkesbarre Penn. The youngster arrived on the night of the 22d and gives promise of becoming as robust a gentleman as his grandpa Mason. Circuit Court. Miss Jennie Hendrickson. daughter of Mr. C. C. Hendrickson and J. II. Carty of Pineville were issued marriage license on November 24th. The bride is 27 and the groom 32 years of age. Davis-Ra- companied by many good wishes of both relatives and friends. The out of town guests were Mr and Mrs. John Walker, Eminence, Mr. and Mrs. Dr. Ramsey. Mrs. John Bright, Mr. and Mm. Walter Walker, Stanford, Mrs. C. R. McCord. Lebanon, Mr. and Mrs. Woods Walker, Mrs. Ed. Walner and daughters, Mrs. J. Wade Walker and daughter. Miss Estill Walker, Mrs. B. M. Lear and daughters, and Miss Lucy Francis, of Paint Lick. Logan Hubble Married. y. Miss Cordia Ray aged 3S and Mr. W. ! j j Although it has been known by his intimate friends for some time that the matrimonial bee was buzzing in the bonnet of Logan Hubble, even his most intimate friends were taken by surprise when it became known that he was married on Monday November 24th. Mr. Hubble was driven to More-lan- d on the forenoon of matday, where he was joined by Miss Rose McCormack of Hustonsville, the two boarded the train for Lexington where they were made man and wife. The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Emmett McCormack of Hustonsville, and is one of the most charming of the many beautiful young ladies of that place. She is well known in Lancaster, and Mr. Hubble is to be congratulated on the winning of such a winsome bride. The groom is a splendid voung man in everv respect, a farmer and stockman, and a very pop ular young gentleman. He is the only son of Senator and Mrs. R L. Hubble. The young couple have not as jet divulged their plans for the future, but for the present are with Senator and Mrs. Hubble at their home on the Stanford pike. The Record extends heartiest congratulations. Bourn Miss Allene Embry Bourne and Mr. Murry Ewing Stultn were married at the home of Rev. E. L. Powell on Friday evening November 2Sth, the ceremony being performed by Rev. Powell. The marriage is the, culmination of a courtship of several years duration. The young couple went at once to Hartford Kj'., where thej' will reside until January 1st, when they will remove to Lexington where Mr. Stultz has a lucrative position with one of the leading life insurance companies. The bride is the third daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Bourne of this county and is a beautiful and accomplished young lady and is one of Lancaster society's most popular members. The groom is an exemplary young man, a son of Mr. E. C. Stulz the insurance man, and is himself one of the most promising young insurance men in Central Kentucky. Lancaster regrets exceedingly to give up these popular young people, but the good wishes and congratulations of their many friends, in which the Record heartily joins, will follow them to their new home. Ma-ha- n, Walker-Callowa- y. and the children are a- - proud of them as any other feature of the school. We are rapidly startimc a school library which we hope to see the largest arid best pultlk-- school li SlSt'dt brarv in Kentuckv. W'c rU-i- l for this purpose by a box supper fttveti at the new school house Nov. lain. Mr. J. B. Ruble gave us 35.68 Mr. Will Scott 12.00 awl Mr. J. I. Haii-to- n $1.00, which we added to the Many are now nreentinv us witk vu.l books which we are placing with the new ones. The children are intere-1-eand have hope to see them farm habits of reading the best literature. We gave an entertainment on the That Kitchen Cabinet to be given night of Nov. 2G. charging 15 cts, at away free Dec. 24th, is something that the door. The proceeds amounting to will make wife happy Xmas more than $30.00. after we eC onr morning. The bed room set and the little expenses for material used, e Kitchen Cabinet are on display at contemplate buying himjvs for th Hurt and Andersons's furniture store. building with the remainder. We want you to see them. Hurry. The splendid program given by tfce H. T. Logan. children was aided very materially by a company of musicians from BryantsBeautiful Luncheon. ville and this neighborhood. Miss As-kidid good work at the organ during Miss Lettie Mae RcRoberts enterthe whole program, all enjoyed the tained Tuesday at a beautifully ap- i pointed luncheon in honor of herguest, entire program ami greatly appreciated Miss Harriet Croucn, of Clarksville, the music given by our guests. A good word for tin- - voting people Tenn., pink and green, the color scheme, was artistically carried out j who helped us out as they did not ak pav for their service, we xsve them both in the decorations and menu. Covers were laid for the following; tneir ticKets, anil allowed them to bring a friend along, we are always Misses El3ie Morrow, Joan Mount, glad to welcome such young people in Jane Doty, Martha Kavanaugh, Annie our midst. Margaret Elkin. Helen Gill, Martha The school wagons did not make the Gill and Lettie Mae McRoberts. homeward trip until after the program. The children had their supoers with Ain't It Asin The Law? them, and dressed for the entertainThe Harro Jsburg Herald says Mercer ment after the days work in school. county automobilists are growing profiWe would not have jou think becient in a new sport termed "shining", cause of our splendid showing at the which consists in shooting rabbits school fair, and because we have raisalong the countrv roads after the ani- ed more than $100 in the district, that mals are temporarily blinded bj the we devote all our time to show work, iigms oi me macnine. uver in our in fact we do not intend to do any county the automobilists would stand a work for show onlj. our work is open pretty good showing to be fined for for inspection at all times come ami shooting on the public highway, as it see. would be hard to discriminate between A. T. Scott had a sale of live stock the auto rabbit shiner and the fellow at his home Saturday Nov. 29th. which who shoots off his gun just from pure shows that although corn is hard to cusseuness. buy at any price the people are not afraid to pay the entire worth for good Old And New Congress Merge. stock. The extraordinary session of ConThomas Scott has been confined gress which convened on the 7th, day several days with typhoid fever, but is of last April, ended at noon on last now improving we hope soon to see Mondaj', and the second session of the him on the mail wagon again. sixty third Congress immediately conThe doctor passes here every day to vened. The old session has been a see the son of Milton Poor who is "sufvery busy one and what has been acfering from pneumonia. complished by it has been of much Ogg and McMurtry are now having benefit to the nation. The consideration of the Currencj- - question was im- a part ol the new pike in Polly'd Beml mediately taken up by the new Con- received by the authorities. gress, and it will by no means be the Wheat is looking good in this locality most important legislation to come be- and all are looking and preparing for a fore it. good crop year to follow. " i wall.eyed-son-of-a-gun." morning he read the announcement headed "Gunsmith." The girl's name was Smith. The notice went on to say that the blushing bride was becomingly arraj-em a dress of "white mule" instead of "white mull," and that she carried a large red "no-:e.The copy said "rose." He had written in regard to the groom that he was son of A. Gunn." The "the well-like- d compositor set it up "the The editor fired both the compositor and the proof-readbut just the same he was never able to square it with either the bride or the groom, or old man Gunn. er fa! d r' ' I Matrimony brings happiness but Gaine3 life policy brings prosperity. A Marriage Mix-U- p. st yi 0, The editor of one of our exchanges tells and amusing story of a typographical mistake in connection with a marriage notice which came in his experience. The storv runs thus: The bridegroom was a man by the name of Gunn, whose father, Abra-ha- n Gunn, was a leading citizen. The editor wanted to give the couple a good send off, but turned in the copy and trusted to a drunken printer and to tej that it a drunken proof-readgot into the paper all right. The next er Miss Jennie Higgins and Miss Georgia Dunn visited Mrs. Ralph Scott (By Isaac Hacker). Wednesday night and were present at Buena Vista, Ky., the entertainment. Dec. 1, 1913 Mr. James Spoonamore and family The Central Record. The main point of interest about are visiting his sister, Mrs. Johnson. Buena Vista is the consolidated school. Mr. Spoonamore is a native of this We have been running for two months place, but has been living in Illinois now and all that we have attempted for nine years. has been successfully carried out. The The Johnsons gave a Thanksgiving principal together with our neighbors dinner in honor of their guests, and and a little hired help has put up the invited many of his old friends to be seats and window shades, oiled the present. floors and put the school in running Buena Vista has two splendid Sunorder. We are now finishing a cistern day schools well provided with teachwhich will cost the county about $100. ers and officers, about 100 children are The grounds are being graded and will regular attendants. soon be ready for grass and trees. There is preaching service at one of AH are now ready to admit that the the three churches every Sunday atschool wagons could not be dispensed tended by all, both young and old. It with; even those who were against is a pleasure to see the people of the transportation at the start are now three denominations working together sending their children on the wagons. just as one. Buena Vista. 9SSKS2:9K9E9E9KS3:;I SraaaaiKlIAKaKftSaSftSfraaSilEttr KMfta:wafti::ftaaiiKrS6i;iiHa a8K9H9K9S9S9SKK9ava2atra6KSrS6SiSSrSKJ KSEEi3ftKKS:aB6SrKiSS,.3 OKh3aS040 3S.OSH t ' HOME TOBACCO WAREHOUSE RICHMOND,- -. KENTUCKY. KS!ggSg'KS':g:-- The Largest and Most Convenient. Entire Roof Slopes To South. The Best Light. Automatic Scales. Best Stall For Your Horses. Highest Prices and Courteous Treatment Assured. s Q&ov&&QyiXisa t . KTa!giixfc;Bi-5is5rg5,ifgH-- ? iCrtvr. wa!t!it?);:aia:H:s:i;;g:a!i;:ai?!;:ri:!g PiCBiaiB b m'Hmm!H:g.'g'te!rffc:ii'fe:tf:ti'ltfg m&$s&mmT&g&ggv 5sJ$ssKJ r - - T . ,r pT " fer'j i " - ' ,Ji i ) The Central R9cora, Friday, Dec 5, 19 IS. rage 3 SELL YOUR It is the best market in the State. son were higher on al! grades Burley district. TOBACCO OVER THE DANVILLE BREAKS Restaurants. I CARDS. U. Our averages last seathan any inaiket in the Free Insurance on Tobacco No charge for rejections. Close up town to Lanks, Stores, R. NEXT. If you want your Razor honed or a Nice Kair Cut and Shave with tharp Razor and Clean Towls. The old stand pat barber SELL WITH Danville Tobacco Warehouse Walnut Street Danville, Ky. 1 Co WAREHOUSE Once a customer, always a customer For information, telephone us any linn; at tm r e? ,cnte Phone No. 223. j FIRST SALE NOV. HUNRV DUNCAN Richmond Street. 20th. WAREHOUSE OPENS TO RECEIVE TOBAC- - CO AFTER NOVEMBER 15lfa. We have the largest Loose Leaf Warehouse outh of 0 Kentucky River. Main Building 105x280. Capacity for 50 pounds of tobacco daily. Unloading facil! wagons at a time, Warm comfortable stalls loi l;0 head of horses. 250.-00- zsBsmmmmBmmmm J'.i t t tsgs aiitigasefe.&.. lKKsaS?S . 'riS8se9B5E2 P l ft. M. BOURNE Prices Right. 354-A. mZVM1M . - 'mmmmnmrnt Ga ""SSSsBBMBBhBBBBi - rrzb'ir. "2JMI Danville Tobacco Warehouse Walnut Street, H. C. BRIGHT. President, Go Auctioneer. Good Service. Danville, Ky. ALLEN HIEATT.Secretary Phone Lancaster, - - Kentucky. The readers of tills paper will ba pleased to learn that there Is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all iti stages, and that Is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is the only rio<ive cure now known to the medical jraternlty. Catarrh being a constitutional disease, requires a constitutional treatment Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system, thereby destroying the foundation of the disease, and chins the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work. The proprietors have so much faith tn its curative powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that it fails to cure. Send for list of testimonials. Address: F J CHENET & CO. Toledo. O. Sold bv all Druggist. 75c Take Hall'. Family Pill, for constipation. TRY SOLACE AT OUR EXPENSE $100 Reward, $100 i GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. Sherod Ray's Adm'r, et al. Plaintiffs, VS. Commissioner's a p. ut .ann et al. Lancaster Fool Ball Squad Easily Wins 3rd is soon downed; Quarter. V Its A Plain Proposition will give you more for your money than any store in Central Ky. Dont take our word for it. Come and l Over Model Normal Boys Of mond Here MonSay Rich- After- noon By A Score Of 14 To 0. Money Back for any case of Rheumatism, Neuralgia or Headache Solace Fails To Remove. thai SOLACE REMEDY is a recent mediGerman Scientists that dissolves Uric Acid Crystals and Purifies the Blood. It is easy to take, and will not affect the weakest stomach. 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Put up in 25c, 50c and 1. boxes. IT'S MIGHTY FINE TO BE 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. MILLERSBURG FEMALE KY. COLLEGE MILLERSBURG, An Attractive Home School For Girls. Pupils are surrounded with an atmosphere of culture, wholesome fellowship 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 and Concert Course. Domestic Science. The growing popularity of the school is evidenced by the fact that a number of pupils were turned away last session for the lack of room to accommodate them. Expenses for board, tuition, etc. lower than other schools of like grade. Send for catalog and engage a room Rev. C. C. Fisher, Pres. early. Millersburg, Ky. Defendants. (W. F. Miller.) Pursuayt to a judgment rendered at the June Term 1913. the undersigned Commissioser will sell at public auction Last Friday week Lancaster held before the Court House Door in Lan- these boj s on their own ground 0 to 0; caster, Kentucky, at 11 o'clock A. M. and this Monday week ran over them or thereabout, on by a handsome majority of 14 to 0. MONDAY. DECEMBER 22, 1913, This was by far the best game of the it being the first day of the Garrard season on the Local ground, a County Court Term, the real estate nice, clean game was played from start mentioned in the pleading and describ- to finish only one little bobble, that ed as follows: was in the 3rd quarter, model boys The same land that was conveyed to Sherod Ray by W. M. and Viola Fain, punted and a model man got the ball his wife, by deed dated January 4, 1912, before r Lancaster man touched it, and recorded in the Garrard County Model thought it a touchdown for them Clerk's office in Deed Book 28. page but were easily shown their mistake by IX, anu is Dounueu as ioiiows: lbt. Tract: Beginning at s stake in referee Mount. The quarters were 10 minutes, LanEason's branch, a corner to James Hardin; thence line of same N 87 W caster was to a great extent outweigh29 poles to a buckeye stump in a drain, ed, but worked the harder. Model boys corner to same; thence N SG W passing played 8 Normal men, while they were said Haruin s corner at 44 poles, in all in CC poles to a large white oak, corner to only due to have played 3, Lancaster Duggins' land; thence with lineof same the first and fourth quarter played N 2 E 23J poles to a stake in said line, Joseph, who played nice ball, not hava new corner; thence a new line E 164 ing any practice, otherwise Lancaster poles to the middle of Sugar Creek, a High school men, Lannew corner; thence up said creek with played straight the middle thereof S 9 E 17J poles to a caster Foot Ball squads work nice topoint in the middle of the same at the gether not to htve a coach, or anyone, mouth of Eason's Creek; thence up a who would make them practice each branch and with its meanders and with afternoon. James Hardin S 57 W 11J poles N 73 W Following are the plays by quarters. 8.30 poles N 84 W 12.80 poles S G1J W 22 poles S 75 W 24 poles to the begin1st Quarter. ning, containing 29 acres. Lancaster kicks to Model; Model 2nd Tract: Beginning at a stake in line to James Hardin home place, a new receiving the ball and carrying it to the division corner in their divide; thence 55 yard line, Model tests the local line with said Hardin's line N 27J W 1.77 and find it firm, they try an end lun chains to a beech tree, corner to same, but are soon downed, and see.ng they thence 1J E 8.40 chains to a stake in a branch, corner to sam1 and to Albert could do nothing with the strong eleven, T. Hardin; thence with same last named. Model punts, Lawson receives the ball N 8C1 W 7.25 chains to a stake in a and makes a nice gain before being drain, buckeye stump gone; thence N downed; Swope makes a nice end gain 78 W 11.19 chains to a stone and white walnut in said line, a corner to. J. R. and Herron bucks thro' line for 1J Payne; thence with said Payne S 19 E yards. Lawson makes a nice gain on 12.50 chains to a stake in his line, a end run for 1st down, with Lawson and new division corner; thence new and Bourne each making two short end division line to James Hardin N 81 E runs, Swope receives the ball, and goes 14.87 chains to the beginning, containing 24.65 acres. The entire boundary thro' the Models spuad line for touchdown but just after he goes over the containing 44.4 acres, more or less. The purpose of this sale to pay the goal line, he is tickled and drops the debts against the estate and to settle ball, but he has a sofety put to his the estate and divid the proceeds after the payment of debts among the person credit which counts 2 in favor of Lanentitled to receive the same as their caster but Model boys have the ball and runs the ball until held for rights may be adjudged. downs; ball changes; Lancaster ball TERMS The sale will be made on a credit of Swope makes a nice 2 yard gain on end six months and the purchaser will be run, while Herron is right with him required to execute bond with approved with a good gain for a buck. Quarter security for the purchase price, due in six months bearingsix per cent interest out. 2nd Quarter per annum from date until paid, having the force and effect of a judgment upon Lancasters ball; buck of Bourni. for which execution may issue payable to 1 yard gain: Lancaster is within a few W. H. Brown, Master Commissioner of the Garrard Circuit Court and a lien yards of the goal, a forward pass miswill be reserved upon the propel ty sold sed by Acton; Swope makes a fine end run for 1st down; Herron makes a nice until all the purchase money is paid. buck within J yard of the goal and W. H. BROWN. Garrard here Bourne easily tots the pig skin Master Commissioner over the line for a touchdown, Lawson Circuit Court. Misses goal making the score 8 to 0 in J. E. Robinson, Att'y for Plffs. Am Bourne, Auct. favor of Lancaster. Lancaster kicks to Model; Model after trying several end runs and a forward pass which was What About The Gold Coin broke up by Bourne; they punt; Swope to be given away free Dec. 24 th. A plays nice and makes good gain as far ticket with each dollar spent with us. back as he really had to run after the Hurry. H. T. Logan. ball. Lancaster is only a few yards from the goal that they defended and "little but loud" Babe Lawson gain Misapplied Force. The force expended by dissatisfied over half way across the field. Swope persons on efforts to escape their sur- makes a two yard gain on end run; roundings would often pluck the string Bourne makes a nice buck and Herron out of the Incongruities of their situ- bucks for 1st downs but time is called. ation, and track them to whole hives Half out. of honey. Samuel Johnson. 15 Minutes Intermisson. Mary Ray, Lancaster kicks to Richmond; Model heie they punt; Herron receives the bull and makes a nice gain before being downed. Swope makes an end run; and Herron bucks back tho' the Models line; Lancaster punts on the 4th down and Model punts on the 1st down, after short end run by Swope and Lawson and Buck of Bourne the ball is turned over to the Model boys for downs; Here is where Model are within 10 yards of the goal aiid punt but one of their opponents have to touch the fall first, and when McDougle got the ball before Lancaster touched it, the ball was given to Lancaster at the 20 yard line. Swope and Lawson each makes nice gaines for 1st downs, Herron and Bourne each makes two nice bucks for gain. Lawson makes a fine end gain and goes within li yards of the goal and drops the ball, but it is recovered by "June" Givens. Bourne here bucks thro' the line for another touchdown, Lawson misses goal making score now stand 14 to 0 in favor of Local squad. Lancaster kicks to Model; but the time for the 3rd quarter is out before model makes any gain. 4th Quarter. Models ball; they punt Lawson receives the ball and is soon downed before he much gain. Buck of Herron, end run of Bourne, Swope and Lawson Bourne bucks over the line tor the 1st down; Swope goes thro' the Models line for a 3 yards gain. End run of Lawson, Herron bucks foa 1st down, Here loose Lawscn and Bourne. ground and try another forward pass to Aoton bnt the ball is misses. Lancaster gets within a few yards of the goal and Lswson goes to kick the goal but fumbles the ball, Model receives the bal and punt; the ball being received by Swope who makes a good gain. Buck of Bourne: and short end run of Swope Lancaster tries a forward pass to Tomlinson but without avail. Models ball; They matte a nice gain or forward pass, and try another one but is caught by Bourne who makes a 1 yard gain Swope makes a first end run but the time is called quar out. This game was well patronized by a large number of pleased spectators, both teams played fair ball, but Lan caster just out played their Visitors, the star playing of Herron, Lawson, Swope and.Bourne received cheers from the spectators every few minutes. Following are the line up for Mondays game. Scarlor C West S. Parks Joseph, Grant L. T. Jett L. G. Wilmot Cooley L. E. Tomlinson Million R. G. Givens House R. T. Rich Doty L. H. Swope Simmons R. E. Acton John Parks A. Lawson G. Parks F. B. Herron Shearer R. H. Bourne investigate. Hurry. H. T. Logan. Commissioner' s Sale of Land. Dan Naylor's Admr. VS Dr. Wm. D. Pryor, Veterinary Office --- and Dentist. Surgeon Garrard Circuit Court. Lancaster. Plaintiff. at Rainey s Livery Stable. Kentucky School Notes. (By Wm. F. Miller.) Hayden Naylor et al. Defendents. Pursuant to a judgment rendered at the November Term 1913 the There was no school this week, on signed Commissioner will sell underat public account of fixing the old and putting in auction before the Court House door in Lancaster, Ky., at 11 o'clock A. M. or a larger furnace. thereabout, on A large crowd attended the show B. 1V Morrow, Graduate Optician given at the School Auditorium Wed- MONDAY. DECEMBER, 22nd. 191?. Glasses Fitted. atl4factlou (mimnteed. nesday night. They cleared the neat it being the first daj of the Garrard snm of $60.00 which will be used for County Court term, the real estate the benefit of the Athletic Club, Every mentioned in the - pleadings and described as follows body enjoyed the show very much and Said property is a certain tract of and paid high tributes to Mis3 Dean, the land on the Lancaster and Crab Orchard turnpike in Garrard County, Ky. instructor. and formerly used a toil house on "GRAPH-ONOALI?- ". What about that, said turnpike, near Preachersville, and Deing the same property conveyed to Opposite Post Office. On last Monday night a reception was Dan Naylor by Deed from said Turngiven by Misses. Robinson, Mason, pike Company, dated December the Bath In Connection. 2nd. 1S9S and recorded in Brashear, Noland and Dean at the ofhee of the Garrard County the clerks Court, in school Auditorium in honor of the Foot Deed Book no. 14 page C25 and is Ball Squad, Subs and Mr. Caneer. bounded as at a A card was pined on every boys back stake in the middle of the Lancaster and then you had to guess and draw a and Crab Orchard Turn Dike road, thence with the middle of same S C6 E 32.6 picture of what you thought was on poles to a stake in middle of same in your back, Carl Acton drew the best line to John Pettus, thence his line N picture and received the handsome 39W 15.1 poles to the beginning conbox of candy given by the teachers, taining on acre, one rood and 3G poles. Physician and Suryeon. The purpose sale is to settle after which a delichtful luncheon was the estate and of the the indebtedness pay - against the estate and to divide the strved and large waters of candy pasLANCASTER, KY. sed and music was rendered by Miss proceeds remaining after the payment Office Phone C. Residence Phone 220. Patsy Kinnaird, after which all the of the debts andthecot among the par ties as set out in the pleadings. guests departed for their homes. TERMS. Misses Robinson, Mason, Brashear, Office Hours Office oyer Noland and Dean proved themselves The sale will be made on a credit of .m toll. p. m to4. fetornies'IirugMtor. six months and the purchaser will be ideal hosts. required to execute bond, with approved security, for the purchase price Is there anything your wife would due in six months, bearing interest at per appreciate DENTIST. more than a handsome six paid, cent per annum from date unhaving the'force and effect of til Mahogany Bed Room Set for a Xmas a judgment, upon which execution may Phone 05. LaiKanrr, Ky. present. Somebody is going to get it issue, payable to W. H. Brown Master Commissioner of the Garrard CirH. T. Logan. free. Hurry. cuit Court, and a lien will be retained upon the property sold until the purchase money is paid. Official Directory Of Garrard County. W. H. BROWN, Circnlt Judge Hon. Cxaries A. Hardiu. Master Commissioner of the Garrard Commonnealtbs Attorney Hou. Emmet Fur- - Circuit Court. j ear. Lick, Kentucky. L. L. Walker, Atty. Circuit Clerk William B. Mason. THE NEW u Barber Shop fol!ows:-Beginnin- g J. E. Seale,Prop W. M. ELLIOTT, 1 H. J. PATRICK, Dentist. nflR ,... Paint 22, Master Commissioner W. H.Brown. Trustee Jury Fund 3euj. F. Robinson. Official Court Stenographer Miss Sue Shelby Mason. County Judge A. I Ford. County Attorney J E. Robinson. County Clerk J. w. Hamilton. Deputy clerk Harry Tomlinson. Coroner J, A. Jones. Sheriff George T. Ballard. Deputy SLerill C. A. Robinson. Superintendant ot Schools Miss Jennie Hig- - L. &N. Train Schedule At Lancaster, Ky. Ane w .....;, i 8 to Ito4-7t- 12 o9 a. m. p. m M. K. Benny and Office: ff. A. Wtaler luder-sou's Doctors Of Dental Surgery. Stormes Building ovei Hurt it Furniture Store. Arrive. girs. V. S. Carrier. Assessor Deputy Assessor E. B. Ray. Jailer Jack Adams. Supervisor of Roads Cleveland Bourne. Treasurer B. F. Hudsou. MAGISTRATES. J. P. Bourne 1st, Dist. Logan Isou 2nd. Dist. Harrison Ray 3rd, Dist. James Coldirou 4th. Dist. LANCASTER, No 10; 5:00 a. m. To Maysville. connecting at Richmond with L & N to Frankfort & Louisville; at Winchester with C & O to Lexington & Frankfort, Mount Sterling & Ashland, at Paris to Cincinnati. No 71; 8:35 a. m. To Rowland & Stanford connecting at Rowland, L & N to all points South. No 28; 11:04 a. m. To Richmond, connecting with L & N to Irvine & Beattyville. Lexington & Cincinnati. Middlesboro & Knoxville. No 70; 11:50 a. m. To Richmond, connecting with fast train to Cincinnati. No 27; 2:09 p. m. To Louisville, connecting at Lebanon Junction to Elizabethtown & Bowling Green, and at Bardstown Junction to Bardstown & Springfield. No 9; 8:42 p. m. To - KENTUCKY. TREES COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION. Snake Cleared the House. CITY OF LANCASTER. Evicted by a snake, the occupants of a house at Beauly, Inverness, Scot- Mayor H.T. Logan. land, suffered an unwelcome surprise, City Judge E. W. Harris. the other day. The snake escaped City Attorney R. H. Tomlinson. from a traveling menagerie and found City CWk-- II. K. Herudon. Us way into the house. This so ter- City Assessor John M. Mount. rified tho occupants that they left the City Treasurer D. A. Thomas. building until some men killed the Chief Police T. E. Herron. COUNCILMEN reptile. A mason had to dislodge two H. C. Hamilton. large stones in the foundations to Parker Gregory. W.M. Zanone. B.F. Waiter. reach the snake's hiding place. OS Cronley Broaddus. 1st. Dist. R. D. McMurtr). 2nd. Dist. O. J. Hendren. 3rd. Dist. Thomas P. King, 4th. Dist. Fruit and Shade Shrubs, Grape Vines, Peonies, Phlox, Phu- barb, Roses, Etc. Everything for Orchard, Lawn and Garden. Stanford, connecting with fast Write for free Catalogue. No Agts. Greenleaf Wm. Herndon. train to Bristol & Atlanta. 4. $ K Growers of what we sell. r TO H.F.Hillemneyer & Sons. Lexington, Kentucky. County Court Days. Lancaster Tobacco Warehouse STANFORD STREET. No Commission Charged. We Pay Highest Market Price. Unload The Same Day. Phone 202. C. A. -j -" Speith Co, Managers Richmond, 1st. Monday. Paris, 1st. Monday. Frankfort, 1st. Monday. Aarrodsburg, 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. 3:?- - H t ,,-- . ;ay.-- . .,.. -,- $. rage 4 0$m SSk?SK' A." j&Pt&&&..X.. yrf.'SP?" The Central hcrcord, Friday, Dec. 5, I91S Their View Of Winter. Quick Relief For Stomach Mt. Jfciiron Mr. Elibha Forbes and wife, of Mc- Creary, were with relatives here.'f rom Friday until Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. U. G. Raines, of Coy, were with Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Ilanim, Sunday and attended church here. EEKssamt-asExsBgjGasBKa- s sc Wc Write Anv Kind of GOD'S MEDECINES Compounded according- to the Original & Formulas & Xccipes of Charlie White-Hoo- c, Tno Herbalist, for the treatment of human ailments. Endorsed in the Bible. S Thousands of Testimonials. AK, tho SCIENCE SOPE. for the HuGreat Body-Toni- c. man Skin Only." Ask your druggist, or write C02I-CEI.-2x-clusi- ve CHARLIE WHITE-SOO- N ike Ccirtio; Hrrtilist "We like it," said the robin, The bluebird, and the wren. , "For it is a reminder We must go South again, -- A most delightful journey To those who once have been.', "We like it,"said the snowbird, Tho sparrow, and. the crow, "For we are much more happy When all the othets go; And we manage very nicely, In spite of cold and snow." Misery Mi-o-- Will Put Your Sour, Gassy, Up- set Stomach in Order Try One INSURANCE Office at National Bank. Ky Dose and Prove It. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Sherrow were at and Thursday g If you are a stomach sufferer, Mi-o-- do not with Mr. and Mrs. S. N. Morford, OKicirrm or swit-r-sod s cenrxcE was Fto 3731 CHARLIE WHITE-MOQ- K i t s: e jcpe West Broadway - Lcnisviile, Kcntt'sky Dangerous Catarrh Stopped By Hyomei. Just as long as you have catarrh, your head will be stopped up, your nose will itch, your breath will be foul, you ? will hawk and sniflile, you will have droppings in the throat and that choked up feeling in the morning, The germs of catarrh have you in their power; they are continually irritating the membrane of your nose und throat. You must kill these loathsome germs or their desperate assaults will in time leave you a physical wreck. There is one remedy sold bv R. E. I j Mcltoberts & Son that is guaranteed to p No Dirt, No Bother In a ery short time any building can have its kill the germs and stop catarrh, or lightning-proo- f covering turned into a modern money back. It is Hyomei you R roof at a cry moderate cost a roof that will last as long as the building and never need repairs. t breathe it. The complete outfit costs For Sale bu $1.00. There is none just as good or Local contractors or Cortright Metal Roofing Co., 50 North 23rd Street that gives such quick, sure and effective relief. Philadelphia, Pa. despair. Immediate, safe and sure re lief is at hand. Stomach Tablets, sold in fifty cent boxes at all drug stores, are a specific for stomachs. If suffering with indigestion, dyspepsia, gastritis, or any of the various forms of stomach misery, usually indicated by nervousness, distress after eating, headache dizziness, bad breath or sour stomach, do dot wait, do not suffer any longe- r- take today delays are dangerous. a is always sold by R, E & Son on money bark if not satisfied plan. er Mi-o-- Lexington, night. Thursday BEA2LEY & COLLIER Office over The 1,'ational Bank of Lancaster. Phone 27. Rev. J. I. Wills, of Beattyville, was mingling with old friends here from Satnrday until Monday and preached two very interesting sermons Sunday morning and evening. The community was greatly shocked last Thursday morning when the news went out of the death of Mr. T. "W. Thompson, who had been sick only a few days with gripp, not even his nearest neighbors knew of his sickness until the gnd came, it was so sudden, the nhysician and family thought he was loing nicely until a few hours before 'lis death. Mr. Mhompson wasooyears if age, a son of Rev. G. W. Thompson Df this place and a consistent member of the Baptist church here. He leaves a wife, three sons, and four daughters and an aged father to mourn his loss. After funeral services conducted by Rev. J. W. Mahan, pastor, assisted by Rev.BeagIe, of Lancaster, the remains were laid to rest in Masonic order in Mt Hebron cemetery, Friday morning. The entire community goes out in heart felt sympathy to the bereaved family 1nu we can only commend them to a Higher Power for comfort and help. CHECK CHRONIC RHEUMATISM NOW. Deep- - h.!,.,, fBj.zE':isgnssrra3s "A LOAD FOS A LOAD 53 PAINT LICK. Eraid K:ifiht Over "Wood Shingles fire-traf, storm-proo- f, A.U ft Mb Efrht-Ye- ar 5 - Competitive Test ' Nik yg?, ayy ryrjr f " cT tf ANUFACT7f, 1 ? Bpowm Sheetings" Calces S?s?;u:?urg,3.c.la7 loth, 1913 I PaMlee-Caulb- Co., LouloTlllo, Ky. er. I K Oantlensm Artor ocpletlr.c ew vIllaE9Rt Tc7 SoIIcrS, Ca., wo cxjsrissrrt&i it tor& hair Cozsn Ttricuo brsnfio atviding cf paint rillacs u lr.to eeetina of ton etch ana rslatlrc sach ton aitli o d!Tcrer.t la-js- trcn. i or Cn en or tor. ruSsoo Leaa j:i Cil.t'aa otr.er rlvo oeotieno rs uisi re u:od scetly pclrto uuei In thlo oostlcn.ard oenoidorcd to tni lcadiri ti .'.ftor oleht yearn re flr.i thit ths ton ccrrfTii with HA.OIIi5 PAIBT" are in cosll-tlc- n and etcoi the toot better than any of ths othore, eyen lneivds Lstd and cn. cin 6sy further that the hsueoa were all or th9 ease arhlteBture.weatherboardcd with ltng leaf yellcw pine or the eaao grade, having eaae exposure to the nuaj that ie, r.?-of tha we- -e partially protested by shade trees, but f ally exposed. eot-tastar e People of Paint Lick are insurin? with Gaines, Mrs. J. M. Metcalf who has been quite sick is able to be out again. Mr. J. C. Rucker of Lexington, spent Thanksgiving with his home folks. Miss Docia Metcalf is at home aftei seveial weeks visit to relatives in Indiana. Miss Elizabeth Eldiidge was at home from State College for the Thanksgiving holiday. Mrs. Robert Guynn returned home Monday from a weeks visit to hei sister near Nicholasville. Miss Mattie Woods who attend Madison Institute spent from Wednesday to Monday at home. Mr. W. F. Champ, wife and children of Lancaster, spent Thursday with hi parents Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Champ. Misses Emma Estridge and Sallie woous were guests of Mrs. W. G Kemper of Lexington last week. Have you met Mr. Rob? She will be Pacolet Mfg. Co., of Spartanburg, S. C, at the Paint Lick School, Friday even THE large paint-user- s and are very careful ing and he expects you there at 7 p. m. in selecting the best paint money can buy. Misses Stella and Loula McWhorter In order to determine which paint vould stand spent dajs the test of time, they painted some sixty houses ington,several guestslast week in Lex the of relatives and for an eight-yeendurance test, using the leading brands. Read this letter, itprovestbat friends. Mr. and Mr3. John White, Mr. and MASTIC PAINT stood the test thai fells. Mrs. Jeff Morgan of Whites Station Profit by ihe Experience of People Who Know! were Thanksgiving guests of 5Ir. and Sirs. R. G. Woods. i If you espect to continue farming and rafso a paying crop year, yoti should arrange to retu n to the so:l the pLut food taken from it by growing croj.. N'elrct is tiouixl to decrease the fertility of j our soil, and in the end to ruin it. The rule of thu small truck ami vineyard farmers of Uuroe wlrert i high &ta:'.rd of fertility fe maintained is "A load for a load." a .d tv?ry tiina th-- y taWeakuui of produce to market they bring b ick a load of manure to spread on the farm. If vou attempt to fertilize bv spreading manure ichaioc, ou fertilize unheal., waste Il117 i.au o th lujuure. mrj aJ A Gorn King Manure Spreader is a Necessity on Every Farm A Corn King distributes fertilizer evenly in s. light or heavy coat, and pulverized so tnat the plant food elements couibine quclJy with the sod. It has many mechanical advantages the apron iuuves oa steel rollers running on Rttel ti.ici.s redims draft and prevtmts tha apron from slipping under the load. Tut apron feed nitchanisii ait.l beater gears are provided with sliirld, v. h'ru proUx:t tlem fruw sleet, snow, and manure. A strong, d.irable feed :so.b the apron steaJil.-toward Rheuma Thoroughly Drives out Sealed Uric Acid Poison. Won out over all other Paint in Longest Endurance ar There is only one way to be free from Rheumatism- - the accumulated impuri ties caused by an excess of Uric Acid poiaon must be expelled from thebody That is what RHEUMA will do and do it thoroughly. If you suffer from any form of Rheumatism Sciatica, Inflammatory, Arthritis, Muscular, Lumbago a bottle of RHEUMA or Gout-- get from R. E. McRoberts & Son for 00 cents it is guaranteed. "For six years I was a cripple on crutches from Rheumatism. One hottle of RHEUMA cured me umpletely- "J. K. Greenberg. 2238 Cottage Grove Ave., Chicago, 111. the beater at any desired ratt, of speed evea spreaiui'g whether going u l.i'l or down. All of these tmugand many mote we can show yo if yC will come in to see us. We hae Corn King spreaders in all sises to moot your requirements. Becker, Ballard & Co. STANFOED. "KtSIIO one who with tho the PAIr and can Pl0ed recesndresulto cfcny heartily eiue.to Is e. tuyer. Touro PACOLET ..aro"n trJly, JAEITACTUH1B3 CC. Don't experiment with unknown Paint you Dont fail to see Mr. Bob Mr. Thomas Coleman, who has been don't have to Mastic Paint is a certainty, and has been the standard of excellence for at Paint Lidk school Friday attending school in Virginia, is at home on a vacation. over forty years. evening at 7 o'clock. Mr. J. L. Beazley and little son, Mastic Paint never varies in quality, it always Miss Margaret Anderson was the Gatewood spent several days at Mid- assures the best possible results. It is guar- week end guest of Miss Ethyl Estridge dlesboro last week. anteed for Absolute Purity by its makers, on Saturday evening Miss Ethyl enter- Mr. Wesley Embry, of Louisville, Co., of Louisville, Ky., and laineci a number ot friends at supper spent Thanksgiving with his parents, we can recommend it highly to our customers. Peaslee-Gaulbert School Supplies We are HEADQUARTERS for School Supplies everything the student needs in text books, tablets, rulers, pencils, straps, etc., etc. We carry a well selected assortment of ?p5t X!z-- u Ireao.4 FR Ask for beautifully illustrated boot UliZi "Homes and How To Paint Them.,l, also TT"1 B color caret snowing i3 color combinations. sggm m tr " sxs-td j sx. j:x?cw3xe830:6xeacec immmsm Lancaster, Ky. t M cRobeiiis & Son Five Years of Successful Sales Of ?' R. mnxK i .hjah1 tokag n 'V K ? M in great quantities, and at the highest price, have proven the Danville market to be the BEST MARKET yon can drive your wagon to. We are ready for another season which we expect to be the best yet. including the bride and groom Mr. and Mrs. U. li. Todd. On last Wednesday the 20th, Mr. George Todd and Miss Nettie Tread way moioreu to .Lexington, and were married at the residence of Rev. Hus on, a former Pastor of the Baptist cnurch at this place. After spending the night at the Glyndon in Richmond they returned to the grooms home the next day where a large number of relatives and friends were assembled to celebrate an anual Thanksgiving re union at a most bountiful dinner, in eluding relatives and friends of thi bride there wero about eighty-fiv- e presents, Miss Treadway was the daughter of Mr. George Treadway of tins place. A splendid voumr ladv with a large number of friends who wish her a happy married life. Mr, Todd is a well known and prominent farmer son of Mr. Wiri. Todd Sr. a young man of sterling qualities and many friends. Both bride and eroom are to be congratulated and have the best wishes of the community. The seasons come, The seasons go, But you can always get the dough. So if it's hot, Or if snow flies, Do, not forget To advertise. Attention! Poultry Raisers. One of my show birds had the worst case of roup I ever saw. She was al Mr. and Mrs. Joe T. Embry. Mr. and Mrs. Kelly Francis, of Hind- man, Ky. are the guests of the latter's father, Mr. Jesse S. Hocker. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wray, and of Danville, have been the guests of Mrs. Wray's mother, Mrs. Hale. Misses Elizabeth Stagg and Elizabeth Holtzclaw, spent their Thanksgiving vacation with friends at Hustonville. Mrs. J. V. Alcorn, Mrs. J. N. Saunders and daughter, spent Thanksgiving with relatives and friends at Louisville. Mr. Darward Singleton, and little Miss Uda McKenzie, ot Uanville, were the guests of Miss Sallie Farmer Sundi-Miss La Verne Nevius, who has been the guest of Mrs. Jess D. Wearren, has returned to her home in Lancas iittSjr'ij&g aw A I 7 Tf W v-- 1m& Self-Filli- ng Fountain Pen 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. W ter. Miss Emma Hays, the popular assist ant of the Interior Journal, who has been ill for several days, is able to be at work again. McRoberts 3C Drug 1CZ3L IL Store, IL M j 9 t K- d - he Peoples Tebecoo Wal OliOuSu LVwaawwKyi KkI in d t: :: t :: t: p t: t: -- s I H ? ltd M s is unequalled in Floor Space,Wide Driveways, and under all the splendid warm, dry barn for horses and wagons. 4 M Ask The Men Who Have Been In Onr House Before S3 H $ Our capable force is at your service, better equipped now than ever before. Liberal fair treatment assured you. FREE Insurance on your Tobacco, FREE Stable and Shed and 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. most dead before I noticed it. I purchased a bottle of Bourbon Poultry Cure and I took a feather, dipped it in to the medicine and swabbed out her throat as far down as I could reach. I also put a libera! quantity in her soft feed and drinking water, and today she is well and sound and is laying nearly every day. It is certainly the most remarkable medicine I ever saw. I would not think of being without it and I hope to induce other poultrymen to keep It on hands constantly. Joseph VanZiegler, State Vice President and Life Member of American Buff Plymouth Rock Club, of Indiana and Proprietor of Golden Glow Poultry Yards, 221 W. South Street, Indianapolis, Ind. 50c at Druggists or by mail,, postpaid. Bourbqn Remedy Company, Lexington, Ky. Mrs. Jay McGee, of Steph-envil- le, Texas, writes: 'For nine (9) years. I suffered with womanly trouble. I had terrible headaches, and pains in my back, etc. It seemed as if I would die, I suffered so. At last, I decided to try Cardui, the woman's tonic, and it helped me right away. The full treatment not only heiped me, but it cured me." ANNOUN CEMENT. On account of the scarcity and high cost of feed, we art compelled to announce the following prices on milk coupon books sold after November 1st., 191o, 32pmt milk coupon books at $1.2.'. CI pint milk coupon books at 2.30. 123 -- pint milk coupon books at $5.00. Accounts are due on presentation. Most of our customers prefer to pay cash for their books, and on account of our not having to kep books and make collections from such customers we are able to grant the following discount on books sold for cash: 10 cents on each 32 pint coupon book. 25 csnts on each &4 pint coupon book. GO cents on each 12S pint coupon book. u t Li TAKE D rQfplil The Woman's Tonic Cardui helps women in time because it contains ingredients which act specifically, yet gently, on the weakened womanly organs. So, if you feel discouraged, unable to blue, do your household work, on account ofyour condition, stop worrying and give Cardui a trial. It has helped thousands of women, why not you? E-Try Cardui. of greatest need, ts. 71 The net cost of books to customers paying cash for same therefore be. 32 pint milk coupon books at $1.15. G4 pint milk coupon books at 2.25. 123 pint milk coupon books at $4.10.. 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 ! 53 BhieGrassDairy&IceCo. H. V. BASTIN, Pres. I Peoples Tobacco Warehouse Company. INCORPORATED. s;'KsssS'SSv&v I. M. DUNN, Pres oooaonaosja&oa': ? IL 3E 3iJL iEZ3C IL n 3C , V The Central Record, Friday, Dec 5, 1913. X1I -- ..p.-. - ir I. - LI .1 ir- -- M IH ' " " """"""'.""". '"" rtTifP " ""'" """ ' U. ,,. , w ... . -- .) tWWTMBW-,!)- ! Hfc., IWWIWMIM,M - age 5 WM.W II IT MBHHRTviHBSHHKkdB9HHH0BfllBB9IC9fiSB9M9lB i a H '"'3BBHBHBKEMdUBKU2BHIHHB2HS - V - t ,?tJ'iTt4),i0 I I i I ukD ' ETtVSk Pflfi'2afl3, i-- 99E VwVwir 5:'' i!jfe ? PSPSEi JnTi bS !&lBi-l H nfjE $i fil &? liull JfcS EtwJ !3Bi liisil 9 jr ft. -- A m 1 mu m iWM'lib-'I'- M $13 LH 1 I'i'il IjJIw I'lWWMhlilllll'i'in i'i" ' rT'"''l''yilKfflie ES'Wi .W4rejaWgagggaggBBSa Drop 22aBEiE23S22l This Ascension is under the auspices of the enterprising business men of Lancaster and paid for by them as a treat in Aeron-auticeto their local and rural patronage. s, gT-CTrrr.yv- Three separate and distinct Parachute drops performed by one Aeronaut from One Balloon f rtMH .,3 i after reaching an altitude of sft'sas k 5,000 feet. TJAiti iliiSsxis&M Mm & J?lii2 G. .4&r ,$ Aeronaut, E. Bankston. ; .?; 5S3EXi'S5SiirlaSlS23inffiSt3JSJSnHIi22 n..4serargr This Is Positively " I EVERYBODY ..- IS - - ?V' - i4afeS4v vw ij?? ': T ' SgfeW-..- . J! opal. 3 eS In Hot Air Ballooning. Note Self Holding Device. tKsnittxeemmT-esty2f.--,ivd'!J- Invited To Pay Lancaster a Visit. t csMS&g'TMW mant This entertainment is absolutely Free to our many friends and patrons. We the business men concede this a most fitting plan to show that we are thankful for the past seasons favors. We are not half bad and it's always up to you. Give Lancaster the opportunity and she will prove her loyalty. Bjjga &?: mrrnrr-- SATURDAY. D 1:30 P.M. Tell Your Frie'nds. .. 6 th. 1913 art A n..r -- t ; Page 6 The Central hcora, Friday, Dec. 5, 1913 About The Wonderful JL Closing Out SALE Of $8 h n 3U is sag yiy i ti n Hi i ", n They are already pounding on our doors to get at the Great Bargains. Everybody invited to come THURSDAY MORNING At 9 a C. N. "'"" BUREAU OF VITAL STATISTICS. " ."u... JLJLJL a and get the Greatest Bargains in the history of Kentucky. Nothing is to be reserved, all must be sacrificed. We Are At Your Mercy, You Need The Goods, We Need The Money. Harper & Co,, of Chicago have taken over the entire stock and we are giving the people, of this vacinity the first opportunity to take advantage of this PRICE CUTTING SACRIFICE. That is, tuberculosis was responsible for 15.9 per cent of all the deaths reported, or in other words, about one funeral out of every six deaths was due to this disease. The decrease in the number of deaths from this disease since the report for 1911 is too marked for one to sav that it is the lesult of efforts to control the disease. Such results in health work are too sudden and reports of eight months for 1913 indicate that the total number will exceed the 1912 rate. It is estimated that there are 19,491 persons in Kentucky who are suffering with this disease, in the active stage, most of whom have not the remotest idea of its dangerous nature and do not exercise the simplest methods to protect members of their own families or the community in which they live. As long as this kind of ignorance prevails it cannot be hoped that the death rate from this scourge will be materially reduced. The birth and death returns for Kentucky for the year 1912 are much more satisfactory in number and quani-t- y than 1911, the first year of the operation of this law. The causes of death are more accuiataly stated and the personal and statistical particulars are given in greater detail; for this reason the certificates of both births and deaths have a greater value as a family record and enable the State Hoard of Health to locate more accurately epidemics of dangerous, communicable diseases and furnish a better index for the health policy of the Board. BIRTHS. The total number of births reported in 1911 in Kentucky was CU.732. The total number reported for 1912 was G2,184;; an iiifiease of 1,452 over the preceding year. Based upon each 100,000 population the rate for 1911 was 26.32; and for 1912 the rate was 26.78. DEATHS. Exclusive of stillbirths, which are never counted in the figures given out by this bureau either in births or deaths, there were 29,935 deaths in this State in 1912. Of these 5.1G2 were of inlants under one year of age; 2,344 were of childien aged one to four years; and 7,316 were of persons aged sixty-fiv- e years and over. This gives a death rate of 12.9 per thousand people. There is a decrease in all of the rates of preventable diseases except diphinpneumonia, meningitis, theria, fluenza, diarrhoea and enteritis (2 years and over) ; a decrease of 529 in the number of deaths reported from tuberculosis: a decrease of 297 in the number of deaths from typhoid fever. PELLAGRA. There 114 deaths reported from the state from pellagra, of which 97 were white and 17 colored. The counties of Christian, Fayette, and Jefferson show the largest number of deaths from this disease because the state hospitals for the insane, where a large number of these cases are confined, are located there. HOOKWORM. There were 19 deaths reported from hookworm disease in Kentucky in 1912 while none were reported in 1911. This is due most likely to the fact that this disease has been recognized only a short while bv our physicians and it is quite likely that the number of deaths 'from this disease is very much larger than ie given here and will be reported as such, as the knowledge of this disease is disseminated among the physicians of the state. TUBERCULOSIS. There were 4,773 deaths from tuber-calos(all forms) in the state in 1912. is People of Bryantsville are insuring with Gaines. Mr. G. B. Rose is at home from a business trip to Booneville. Miss Eliza Ison has been the guest of friends at Lancaster for a few days, Miss Pattie Belle Burke spent the Thanksgiving holidays with friends in Lexington and Paris. Miss Cecil Bowling, of Madison In stitute. Mient the Thanksgiving holi days at home with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Bowling. Mrs. Charley Deane entertained with a "Tacky Party" Friday night. Quite 7,500. a large crowd attended and everyone J. W. Scott visited his son, C. M. had quite an enjoyable time. Scott and family, of Lawrencebury Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Davis, Mrs. last week. We are glad to report Thos Scott Willard Davis, and Misses Lida and being better this week from a siege of Emma W"st, of Jessamine, have been the guests of Mrs. Charley Deane and typhoid fever. Mrs. Walter Davis. Miss Osa Dudderar, of Lancaster, Mr. B. F. Patton, who has been spent the weeks end with her sister, PREVENTABLE DISEASES. quite sick for several weeks, left Mon- Mrs. Jas. Parson. Of the 29,935 deaths reported it is a i day for Louisville where he will be un- Miss Martha Munday, of significant fact that 11,841 were caused burg, was a week end guest of her Uer treatment. He was accompanied by preventable diseases or, in other by his daughter, Miss Bessie Patton. aunt, Mrs. Joe Hamilton. words, of every one hundred funerals Ralph Scott has charge of the J. that were held in the state during the HAMM A.CK mail service during the illness of our 39.5 were caused by diseases that year, former carrier, Thos. Scott. UUUKKY15. are practically preventable. Omitting Tobacco buyers have begun to circu The Stock Sale of A. T. Scott, Sat- the physical and mental suffering of late among the growers. People of Buckeye are insuring with those afflicted it fc, computed by carething CuUTa Mrs Jennie Mosier is visiting her ful estimates that the loss to Kentucky uaines... Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Johnson, of Dan- aunt, Mrs John Boain. each year from this source is approxiMrs. Elizabeth Joseph has been the j ville, were visitors of John Johnson The grand jury seems to be making mately twenty-eigh- t and a half million guest of Mrs. A. C. Mil.es. and family, part of last week. things lively in this vicinity. dollars or over four times the amount Misses Myrtle and Lillian Broaddus, Miss Mamye Dickerso n visited her The lamily ot Mr. bam Wall, are of the entire revenue of Kentucky, or, mother at Richmond a f ew days last of Buckeye, spent Thanksgiving holi- confined to their home with colds. is several million dollars more than is days with Miss Ruble's mother. spent by Kentuckians to maintain all week. baby Mr. Mrs. S. D. Turner J. K. Daugherty, Jr. of Lexington, visited and S. E. Hammack, and 1 I J a tal r r n vwl nnn J rt rt nf n the government of the counties, all the Mrs. last week ' ' J, spent several days last week with his r" churches expend, and all the money of Danville, have been guests of Mrs. gandfather, Mr. J. T. Christopher. Miss Bettie Peals, of Paint Lick, is that is spent for public and private njram nay. Misses Jennie Higgins of Lancaster visiting her cousin, Miss LillieBeazley. schools. Kentucky appropriates $30, Miss Myrtle Parsons, entertained a Mrs. Mai Carter and liftlle daughter. and Georgia Dunn, of Marksbury, were 000 to maintain the department of Agnes, visited relatives at Richmond, guests of Mrs. Ralph Scott, Wednesday. number of young friends last Thursday health, or in other words, Kentucky evening. last week. spends one dollar in the effort to save Miss Lettie Payton, of Rockcastle Miss Agues Miles has returned toher $940 which are lost by diseases which Co is visiting her brother, Mr. Oliver home after a visit to Miss .Susan Buford are practically preventable. Paytan. at Nicholasvilla. - MENINGITIS. Mr. James Parsons has commenced Mrs. Forest Stamj ami s on. Burton, There were 616 deaths from all forms moving to his farm recently purchased ! of meningitis, except tubercular men- Dr. and Mrs. J. S. Gilbert, motored to from Mrs. Lydia Murphy. ingitis. Of these 32G were males; 269 Lexington Tuesday. Misses Nellie Beazley and Georgia females; and 21 not given. 509 were Mrs. George Ray and children spent Dillon, visited Miss Myrtle Parsons. white; 84 colored; and 23 not given. a few days last week with her mother, jsfjflulfc Saturday night and Sunday. An epidemic of considerable import of Mrs. Mary Dickerso n at Richmond. We had quite a good rain last night cerebro-spinmeningitis occured in and put the farmers to work putting Mr. Wm Taylor Davis and Aliss JefTerson County in the early months down their tobacco getting ready for Cordelia Ray were married at the of 1S12. s.tripping. Ask us to show residence of the officiating minister VITAL News reaches us that Miss Fannie STATISTICS BECOMING Rev. J. W. Beagla on Nov. 27. you the Payton, and Mr. Chesnut, of RockcasPOPULAR. in size, style latest tle were married on the 27. Miss Pay-to- n During the first year of its operation and form and letis well known in this locality, and the bureau was considerably handicaptering at the right many friends wish her much happiness. I ped by the disapproval of a number of price. Mr. and Mrs. JHolman Brown, Mr. For Infarifs and Children. people to whom the law and its purand Mrs. E. G. Hammack, Mr. and poses were new and who did not or The Kind You Have THE Always Bought' M 2 Woods Graves, Mr. Joe Archer, could not recognize the value of the Misses Lucile Lackey and Agnes Henrecords of births and deaths of people. Bears the derson took dinner with Mr. and Mrs. That this numbar comprised only a Signature of M&6cM C. W. Graves on the 23rd of Nov. limited few, however, was conclusively I. by the attitude of the 1912 Legislature which reflected the expressed wishes of their constituents by declaring the Vital Statist ics Law of Kentucky to be a valuable one, and not only .voted that it remain on the statute books but strengthened it by the passage of much needed amendments. Numerous requests in gradually increasing numbers .'jre received at this oflice for information as to the dates of births and dcr .ths in order to prove accurately bomvone's claim to an insurance or per.sion fund or to an inheritance. Fjeveral applications have been made by foreign consuls for death certificates ot former citizens of those countries, that under their laws are absolutely necessary before any settlement of an estate can be made. Lawyers from all over Kentucky are findhig the certified copies of the death records to be the easiest way to settle insurance and pension claims and, of course, as these records increase in age ana number and witnesses of such events have moved away or died, requests for certified copies of birth and deats records will be multiplied a hundred fold. shown BDENA VISTA People of Buena Vista, are insuring with Gaines. Brice Securest made a business trip to Lexington Monday. W. P. Ruble, of Sulphur, was with relatives part of last week. Jas. Spoonamore and family, of Ur-ba111. are guests of relatives. Miss Anna Horn, spent Thanksgiving with her parents near Harrodsburg. Mrs. Walter Fain and children, have been visiting relatives in upper Garrard. Leslie Bruner, of Camp Nelson, purchased the farm of Sid Poor, price BRYANTSVILLE. 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V? ...- - The Central Recorcu Friday, Dec 5, 19 3. 1 Ii i"&.ce ai m VZi JJKYANTSV1LLE (Delayed) EXCITEMENT IS Co. 3ESSSaaSSSffiBES3S Gut Flowers and-- - mrmzmmmwM wmmmsm fi.icfrn C?3y fo? FSetciser's hilly King, has gone to Pulaski on a hunting trip. pspiniv i New Root Js:ce i 'ill Mri. G. B. Hose, was quite sick several days last week. Mrs. 15. C. Rose was in Lexington, last week for a short visit. Messrs J. C. Williams and Walter Davis, were in Lexington Friday. Mr. W. C. Hose, was in Lexington several days this week on business Miss Annette Jennings, of New Mex ico, is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Haselden. Aliss Margaret Jenkins, has returned home after a pleasant visit with relat- Flor cU Designs Medicine Apparently And for all occasions furnished by Creating The Same interest Enthusiasm Here That It Has Elsewhere. AUGUST K. BAUMER Local r i The Iliad You Have Always Bought, and v.lildi hits been iu y for ever UO . years, lias J'ornethe signature of made under liis pcr- soisal saj)ei". fyf , ylffiTe- - ami has ln'cnision f.iuco its infancy. Allow no one to deceive y liu this. arc Imt Al! Counterfeits, iHiifatio'is a:d J2!H -- ;:iu"is that vig with and endanger ils ... alth of Julai.l.s uivX CIrililrtn lixycvieneo :ijaiubt iiperiuieut. u-.'.Tnst-as-swos ives at Georgetown. Belle Burke spent Thanks giving with Mim Edna Berkele, at Miss Patty U ! 1 S tfi?!T A Vji A Cactor8.-- ii harmless pnTi.stitiire for Castor Oil, Pare- gorie, J;ro.; ajid Nortlmsj Sj nips. It is pleasant. It vi".v.Ar.s ieil!i r 0:iiu , 3Ior;hine jjoi oi'.tr Narcotic It destroys Yorius snbst .ueo. TCs :s;rc i its J "or more than thirty years it Ci:d .!". ',.; ! c;rt::n4 nsc for the re'.lef of Constipation, Jas beenv, i'i Y. rtnii! . Zthid Co'.'c, nil 'l'ceJhinfj Trouhifs and the Stoinaeh a:id iiinvels, J uiti'ii. healtTy and natural bleep. assimilate? ih I'ood. Pnnaixv. 'x'hc JSIotlicr's Friend. The CiiikU-ju'- s si-- Hamilton College, Lexington. Misses Eliza Ison and Mayme Ballard attei.ded the Woman's Club at Lancaster, Thursday afternoon. Dr. Samuel J. Rose and Mrs. Rose of Philadelphia, are expected soon for a visit to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Rose. Mrs. W. v J. Hogan came home Tues ' 71 ENU28i ft U4a Signature of Bears the a LW e-- t .Ci tfWljSCMCj i j3& ALWAYS 5 ? M, day after spending several weeks in Lexington with her daughter, Mis. V. M. Woolfolk. , ' K j$r s&rCsZ&r- s jP&.JF--!. s j W SSJSfrf A s1 .t JC&&U fver Messrs J. Hogan Ballard, Thomas Chesnut and Dr. B C. Rose, were in Danville Friday where they took the hnii'ht Tenm ar Decree, lliey also went to Lexington Tuesday and weie initiated into the "Shrine." fi The K:nd if" ears V Yoir Hcve F4VAUf COMPANY, Always Bought MP" AGE NO BAR Everybody In Lancaster Is Eligible. Old people stooped with suffering, .Middle age, courageously fighting, Youth protecting impatiently; Children, unulile to t xplain. All in misery from thfir kidneys. Perhaps a little backache fir.st. Urinary disuuders, dropsy may quickly follow. Doan's Kidney Pills are for .sick kidr.ei s. Are endorsed by thousands. Here's Lancaster testimony. Mrs. II. G. Crutchikld, Stanford St., Lancaster, Ky.. says: "My little boy was gi oatiy troubled by his back and kidneys. lie diJ not have proper control over the kidney secretions which The caused no end of annoyance. child also looked badly and I was conI siderably worried about his health. heat it of Doan's Kidney Pills, got a box and began giving them to him according to directions. He is now a great deal better." Price 50 For sale by all dealers. Co., Bulfalo, ce.iis. Fu.iter-MilburNew York, sole agents for the United States. Remember the name Doan's anu take no other. VORK CITV, iu wtntft go soirm this wiktss enjoyimnl vo' 'her :.nJ (d '..,r lie. id i rifr""e',rrrr'?KTi"y'-'-,,ni(m"'i''3r;';- n .til tor (Ijk-- i.iuicr.-- . tliiCvimoi't. If one can judge by the crowds that j are almost continually swauning the local drug stores to investigate and c:v purchase a supply of the new Root ; Juice medicine which has been cre8 ating a sensation in all parts of the I Lancaster, Ky. bestate, our home people are fait coming as enthusiastic oer it as those of other placea iu which it has been in- All Orders Appreciated. Phone 53 troduced. So muny leports of th- - mo3t astonishing cures effect d by Root Juice Beeanse tke Wheal Is first acreejietT. have been published and so much lias then washed antj scortreih been said of the excitement the medicine rr has created in othr citie-i- , it is not strange that local sufferers from indigestion, belching, pains after meals, Befanso everything impure ! reinoveil loss o,f t'ppetite, nervousnes-s- , back.'i" l.y mr ncu cieaajng aches, weak kidneys, rheumatism, b worn-ou- t sleeplessness, lincl feeling and oilier similar ailiuent-- i due to functional disturbances of the vital Cecanse uufcr high Vficfuaur urossuie organs or impurities in the blood, l extrnrt ail dust and Iirt uaiJer !&& should be anxious to follow the extiie Wheal iies. it an. amples of those who claim to have betn almost miraculously cured by its use. At the drag stores it is salil that the Becnise everything is yejuwtitci! frctw : sale of Root Juice has far exceeded all the pure nutritious jart of the Wl eot i expectations and although tlieie is still Kernel. ".r a good stock on band some fear is ei After expending several hundred dollars and months at tertained that theie v. ill not l.e enough hnnl work, wr uae annutince with wide the above wf alls. to supply the constantly gi owing Oflice Phonn Resilience Phone 27 TKY A SACK. for it is said ill:. I the mam laLonitories at l'oit Wayne, Ind., are LANCASTER working to their fullest capacity ar.d tit are still far behind on their orders. : I 'BfBLgjj ifrffi..y'Qyi-r,;rr!':'jiTHi-i- ! !.' "5 r. wax i Good reports are still coming in from those who have purchased the medicine and stories of some truly startling re sults right here in town can bt, heard every nay. (Adv.) P8 Agent 1 S"S A IIP o O PURE Glass B. Carried Why Clean? i Why Pure? fl Why Sanitary? iviescf l R BEAZLEY ar.d Embalmer Funeral Director Why Wholesome? -- i i QARKARO riiULIMG CO. a C amius. ttS5i esitx, Jfe&&S4tt&i U & Kfi--iii- 'SffiSm '?""ryiri, mzm t ZKJSS i,i:KAUiiKi:syj!ii,K. Miss Nancy Carpenter is quite ill. Miss Lucy JVttus has been quite sick Mr. Richard Williams has been quite y m si & I H 'Jllt to Tvr ai Slfe to-a- ni'u. Youi &Z& Siiffgrers" In Lancaster Vg TO LL F.ZSOrtTS IKCLUDiKG FUOf:Dt, !! "L&KU Or THE TKH. sick. Mr. Phil B. Thompson has been hick of a deep cold. Mr. John Kennedy who lias been quite ill, is much better. Mr. Jesre Brown, of Shelby City, was here last week. Mr. W. C. Blankenship sold a cow to 5. Mr. J. M. Cress for Mr. George Naj lor visited Mr. am! Mr-- &, && 3 .a& OrtLT'.PS, PANAMA Of iKV." .iiVi'.CES. AD by TicKtrrs v ATTRACTIVE EQMWiCNT, six d'ilv. i.TC?-OVE- !i lovo rctuhn limit. Aeainst f 72 if! SFVICF a AND SCI N'EJiY UKSURPASSHD. For ''ctaili consi:It m. 1 itket AtjEnt or write vS TiwUet f.y.rl. Iil Ea.t Kain St., Lcainjisn, Ky. H. C. KiKS, P CMSiMlWaJ.V-!3WMiMlCaK&T'- an X rr'i. as . V. T. RichardJO!-- . B. Va hare bean !n rsluess in this wlH cot ycrii notfciDrj You alT eoias-tun, asu we ae looking to hotlle to j .Jge. Again anti asain to Iiavc seea fcw 9, bvilJ up truda by always advising our Jrops ut tiiia simple waH apfiiteJ ia. tak8 swsv t1? itck. ir. S" arhtt vee trtl-- von that tre iiar 10 tlve itn?ly. ad th curtj all seam s ko fa' od the externa emedy anj ti.at we M....C uu s. ol it with the muauiaC'irrr's l'.!ialec. Ireeritl made by Vkm D. M. I. iron clju. pta'ntse. bactcetl by anr-.it- x vn'i r .a d j.etn! ron It Uiat t ? ire our D. D. D. Laberatoris ft rblcsga. is o! thymol. i not in order to f.i a fe-- iotti m cinr:ifil ii .in.1 i.ih.-- jrlvrrii. ail f hcitic. aee(MBv , .i i"e.lie!ce .ii' to n siiKerers. Tmt !e-- I "hJ.j,-,- Anl it yau ara r- -if inrnlifnt we know how it hr'p our Just ' yen will fr.-ei:; w;th itrh. itth almalamyt j L u uess if ws help our patroa?. -- oorhi'I ir..l tl.r J v keep ia stoe'-- . ana ftl"., 3TI th? wen vuliecl .iw.iy the uhmiujIu you oaikil jlmown ::in renwdie. Uut we viU say tiii u r. V. (t.i3; If yo-- t er M.- fr..u a..y w.tsziH fast fticaas of mei ' liln-. of Va trc j5"iai fauUy by 'n.sh or tetter, vf nt you to t.--.- fiili tiaa on t.. u. skin rtnmmeiMmte tMs Tefyami we w.nt .."tiffi-r-r trj-Ivere ami I rise boltlv o" 1. U. D. IT r !'t..n t'.ere W ' f.ad. it it Oos noi do t woru, tils ua our :cs:tivc y su mittc. it K. MoICoIk rti. iV Ni- -. ii. r iv--ill . uff-r.ns 1 .ir-r'a-mi-pa- maX2bMJReZ2XX3gE553 sasss2ss?js t Mr. John Anderson and son, Joe haebolh been quite sick. SSJ K d6um PREMIER CARRIER tt M Rail Fence HeBeclicns. $ OF TilE SOUT K. "A man may adore every hair on his wife's head " "But he regards those on her dresser with mixed emotions." Burg.ar u I S?wRAAtesft tTtssiw!BSaiae i S. &p 1 i 5 s breaks into a house and He deserves a steals only a cornet. Direct Line to Carnegie medal. Some of us never talk about other people, because we are too busy talk ing about oui selves. No girl is quite sure there are microbes in kisses until she has practically worked out the theory. Two Tlirough Trains Daily. It's a mistake to suppose that all women are the same. Even one womLeave Danville at 5.2." a.m. o:10 p. m. an isnt the same for any length of Anve Louisville at ; :40 !.::. D.10 j). m. time. Arme St. Louis at 5:50 p. m. 7:31 a. m. Through Pullman Sleeping Cars on both trains. Cafe, Parlor Platonic love is a good deal like a Car on day train. No change. gun that you didn't know was loaded. Lv Danville 7:S0 a. in. Local Train. Ar Louisville 11:10 a. m. The more a man hates to get up For any information write. promptly in the morning the more he will lie Vibout how he does it. S. HARRIS TODD, District Passenger Agent. Starks Building. LOUISVILLE, KY. A New York stenographer gave up ?iw'rz7VfvsL-?xKT-;srz- f ???z?ryr&?vi5?fszrx;aa typewriting to marry a baron. After the honeymoon wanes, she'll probably resnme it to support him. One of Robert Burns' razors was K"ibi sold in London the other day for $100. "&. This, however, will make no difference Try the following drinks bottled by the if the buyer's wife happens to need it st 2 to rip a dress. KfT' The dentist who says that he can tell from their teeth when fashionable ffliill-bOl- d women aie in the habit of smoking " K3 d cigarettes will probably not get a COMPANY, OF LANCASTER, KY. peep at those teeth. H A titled English woman has opened a school to teach wives how to spend money. In spite of the suffragettes, England is Etill apparently in a deplorably backward state. Louisville, St Louis csnd hf 1 F. Kennedy, of Shelby Citv, visited relatives here. Mr. J. II. Thompson bought throe mules from .Mr. D. M. Anderson at $S3J each. Mesdarnes Naylor and Barker are visiting Mrs. V. SI. Mahan, at Lans C 5B caster. i' KSJ ft iff v. ii Sir. T. W. Payne sold his house ami . "S t lot in South Preachersvilie, to Mr. ? a& John Kennedy for $S.00. Sirs. William Richardson gave a Olfite Citizens National Bank most delightful social last Wednesday in honor of handsome Sliss Cora Mr. and Mro P. E'iP Bi f & i to... J!iU!, si ism -- with t f 43 ' IS Wli and Floral Designs. . owers rm mu . All OrrJtrs Filled Promptly. Phone 43 or 332-F- . WILLIE F. MILLER, Agent. Lancaster. Kentucky. . :: mrdMMl Tb1 3!.sr3rr'rrrt-rii-4i-s.;.Tir5- li1ji-rjlC,jj2jrcj3-.Lr- !.v"rfj fi r odlllldlj ! ill S I suc-on- MINT COLA in clear AL- Ol brown bottles. LEN'S RED TAME CHEKliY. VIN FIZ, a fine grape drink. CRAPE ALtLu, another splendid grape drink. HI t amnnri 5Fo?f!ig Vtnsrnr um ummu my$m mum aioi P rf b Beautiful Hair A Clean, I Cool Scalp. If your hair is anything short of perfect; if it is too dry, blittle, dull, thin, ore Fruit Strawberry, Orange, LEMON, CREAM SODA. Insist on getting the Mint Cola brand of bottle drinks. They are pure, clean and wholesome, and are bottled in Lancaster by J. S. Haselden and Henley V. Bastin, under the jjaaiiii. uircci supci viaiuii. ui uinuuu &m&z&fm&& wmNww i. or if the scalp itches, immediately The beein to use of Paiisian Sage. first application removes dandruff, cools and invigorates the scalp and increases the beauty of the hair. Parisian Sage, a scientific prepara tion,, supplies hair needs. It contains the exact elements needed to make the hair soft, wavy andglo3sy, 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. Mc- & Roberta & Son to day everyone needs Clarence Anderson, bright Mr. and Mrs. D. SI. Anderson, is quite sick, he is threatened with typhoid. I Misses Ruby Parrish and Nell New-lan- d and Slessrs Walter Miller and Otho Catron spent Tnanksgiving in Mt. Vernon. Slessrs Woodson Carpenter and Eu- 3" gene Duvall returned from Greens-burInd., in time to feast on turkey with the homefolks. Prof, and Mrs. J. B. Hutchins have moved into the Clay Bank College. Sir. Hutchins has had it remodeled and it makes a nice dwelling. Messrs W. H. Cummins and son, W. 0. C. Cummins have returned fsom Fair-hopGa., they had a nice outing and while there killed a 200 pound deer. Born to the wife of Mr. F. L. Thompson, a handsome 9 pound son on the 2Gth. Logan is the proud father of two other young hopefuls but is greatly tickled about the latest arrival. He bought a big perambulator next day for sonny. There will be a box supper given under the auspices of the 'school im provement league, of the Preachersvilie, Consolidated School, at Preachersvilie, Saturday night, Dec. Gth. A piize will be given to the prettiest girl, also a prize to the ugliest man All the ladies are invited to bung boxes and the gentlemen to bring pockets full of money, the proceeds will be usqd for the benefit of the school. Master .rjrr.r ''Jl" -- - J., ..VTjitarzJua.SJl i'bi.,iiJ-iSili'-'Llli- fJ '.rol ?7 raJfii.TytJ little sen of td H i a 11 If P0 i Is is HiJ ? H fe! WifTflH III .? ui U d i 3 i VSl' M Pjj ii' g, The following letter has been sent out by 8 c,a e, to Tobacco Growers in this and adjoining Counties. We are the pioneers in the loose leaf tobacco market in this eity, 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.be open to receive tobacco on Thursday, November 20th, our first sale being on the following Monday, November 24tl. 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 businet.s from start to finish-Ou- r four year's experience will be worth much to you. It vill enable us tp secure for you the best possible price. This you may absolutely depend upon. Our prizing facilities are unsurpassed. As to capacity we have almost dosible that of any other house here. With square feet of floor space, aside the addition of our new steel structure we have from three drive ways which will accommodate 150 wagon loads. We have added stalls that now accommodate 200 horses. Experience has shown 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 prices you cannot be too careful in handling and grading yotir crop. We will have exactly the same management that we had last year and which gave such excellent satisfaction. We are expecting a good strong market and it will be our earnest endeavor to make your crop entrusted to our care to bring.top notch prices. We hope to have your business and assure you courteous treatment. Follow the crowd and come to the Madison house. Thanking you for past favors, we remain, 8 WB8& ear4f rrU--i-hoo- fiiwii y t1-- .' ITS- - RICHMOND. KY. IE e ii DHWi 17. 11 ... 1' -T, A Training School for Teachers ina Wltortei.newinIelhooUii'',0n,,ltrainll,.?l",ll.lInt; KoorthTrm t;a,tKXa rr4 Owetlea'tins to Elmiiiarj, LI fa HtaM Or InfafnivdiAteau 1.ll t u -- 11 D.I.II. i ttnc ra Special Schools of Kentaciy, LarBeB Tuition FrttoAp-nantcs- . TwoiDWntHrldir- - if Cure. tteriiw it. - arwo'"' """fP" April Sammer School opca Jul 16, J. R. "lABB. President. i &j Yoursvery truly,' Madison Tobacco Warehouse Co; jg gjajgjfjjgyiQg ffiSigaBnaiaiiaBnaijrgBii SL$ i&vt' 'iJrt a, w&' i.":w jl. . .t1 J h". JIUAit J The Central Kecora, Friday, Dec. 5, 1913 '.'h. : T1 XE. .LOGAJXT'S HDRRY DP SALE ALL SEASONABLE MERCHANDISE. Lancaster Druggists have now on sale at their stores THE CELEBRATED HEALTH-GIVING which has created a sensation in Atlanta by its wonderful cures of CHRONIC STOMACH TROUBLE, KIDNEY TROUBLE, BOWEL and LIVER DISORDERS and RHEUMATISM. PRACTICALLY HELPLESS INVALIDS have regained their health and strength after Is Attracting Throngs Of Eager Buyers and the crowds are increasing daily as the uncommon values offered become more widely known. Those who have attended the Sale, go home and tell their friends and neighbors about many Important Money Saving Opportunities here offered and so the good news spreads. a short treatment, and persons crippled with Rheumatism, who could not move about ' are walking the streets enjoying the best of health. HUNDREDS WHO NEVER EXPECTED TO GET WELL, and many whom doctors failed to cure, have been restored to health in remarkably short time by its use. o o CQ -- Call at Any Good Drug Store and Learn All About This Wonderful Medicine which has caused no end of excitement at Atlanta and many other cities during the past few weeks. J. Sicilian Carts. Of nil the vehicles In the world there is none to equal the Sicilian cart, carved, yellow, paneled with lurid paintings that run the gamut of myth and history. One we saw had upon its panels scenes that represented Columbus sailing from Palos and discovering America, a bloody light round the citadel of Acre, the hermitage of Santa Rosalia, und on its tailboard a vivid picture of the massacre of the Vespers. The carts are never very large, as carts go. but they are so marvelously wrought that they ought surely to come under the provisions of the law that forbids the exportation of any works of art. Wheels, shafts, axles, the edges of sides and posts and tailboards are all worked into neat geometrical designs, and on the axle is a carving built up clear to the bottom of the cart, n mass of intricate scrollwork and gingerbread, in the middle of which sits the patron saint of the fortunate owner. "Vistas In Sicily." Sleep and Laughter. People who sleep well quickly recovC. H STONE, President. J. 11. GENTRY, Vice.Pres.dent. LUTHER STI ERS. Sales Manager. R. L. BAKER, Secretary and Treasurer. Satisfied Buyers are Advertising This Sale More Than Any thing Else. It's the Best Kind of Advertising for us too. O O J- u Oirtiitj Is Kiiili DOOR. A High-Cla- ss at Your o55 Lexington TobaGco Warehouse Co. INCORPORATED. AUCTIONEERS: G. II. BAKER and G. II. AKERS. o Luther Stivers In a Class By Himself. Sales Manager and Booster for the following houses. Its to your own interest to see our prices before buying H o Warehouses. Stivers Lexington Shelburne Genuine Money Saving Opportunity. A Real Chance to Buy "18 u X er from an ailment, and for this rea- o o oo son, years ago, sleep was pronounced Managers. Luther Stivers and Gayle Coleman. John L. and Clyde Buckley. Clothing, Is Hats, CO Shoes and Furnishing Goods, Ladies Garments. K" Ready-to-we- ar At a fraction of the Good's Real Value, is offered you in this sale. If we can make you fully realize that this is not an ordinary sale, but, instead, is a sale offering greater values than any sale before it. We are only driving home the truth and drawing to this sale the patronage it deserves; because of the exceptional values offered. O O O CD as one of nature's cures for all diseases. Experiments go to prove that a person who accustoms himself or herself to a full and regular sleefi is not so liable to an attack of disease as the person who forgoes his proper rest Moreover, when attacked by any ailment, a good sleeper recovers the quicker "Laugh and live" is a time honored saying, and a famous doctor once recommended one of Ills patients to try a course of funny stories. The patient, who was suffering from a nervous breakdown through overwork, obeyed the doctor's instructions, and the effect of hearty laughter soon brought him round. The menu lecommeuded was one funny story at each meal with two extra at dinner. Central Growers J. J. Leslie Knight. D.W. Scott, R. L. Baker and Henry S.Walker J. Morgan Gentry. C. Stone and We Can Save You Time and Money. By having SEVEN LARGE WAREHOUSES we can UNLOAD YOUR TOBACCO in one of them ANY DAY YOU GET HERE. Don't you think your tobacco will be looked after PERSONALLY if you sell with HENRY S. WALKER, of Jessamine County, who is manager at the CENTRAL HOUSE, or J C STONE an old Madison County man and J. LESLIE KNIGHT at the OLD SHELBURNE HOUSE "or LUTHER STIVFRS at the STIVERS HOUSE, or the BUCKLEY BOYS at the LEXINGTON HOUSE, or MORGAN GENTRY at GROWERS HOUSE. All experienced tobacco men and are anxious to get you high prices for your tobacco. We have one set of buyers selling in our house all the time. We can unload your tobacco and get you home the same day. Our Auctioneer is the best one that has ever been on this s: 0 Hurry Up Prices on everything in the house. Below we mention a few Hurry Up Prices which holds good through our entire stock. Hurry Up Prices on John B. Stetson Hats worth $5.00 Hurry Up Prices on Florsheim Shoes worth $5.00 to $7.00 Hurry Up Prices on Ladies Fine Shoes and Work Shoes. Ladie's all wool Serge Drssses up to $10. Hurry Up Prices 4.-70 .. $ 3.69 4.38 -- a 0 M I I Suits, Dresses, Coats and LadieS Ready-to-WeCostumes at Hurry Up Prices. ar CO $15.00 and $18.00 Suits and Coats. Hurry Up Price 9.98 We could Mention hundreds, hundreds and hundreds of articles 5- that you will need before Xmas at hurry prices. Come and see. - Look we want you to look. Go to Danville, Lexington, Louisville, yes Cincinnati, then come home and if we don't sell you better goods for less money then you can buy elsewhere we won't ask you to buy. X Besides giving the best values on earth, we give away, Dec 24th the largest premium list ever offered by any firm in Central Ky. $502.50 tO In Premiums X 5- 3 -, A ticket with each Cash Purchase of $1.00 Our first premium cost more money than the whole list given by others. Stop, think, investigate. Get other peoples prices then come to us and see how much we can and will save you, Terms cash pay the money and get tickets on this big premium list we are offering to you, FREE. X T. LOGAN Lancaster, Kentucky. r Test For a Fieldglass. Inquiry lias it that the absolute and infallible test of a glass by the purchaser is to see what size letters can be read across the street from the optiDaily Special. cian's shop. It is better to wear out than It isn't The real test is a climb up to rust oot. a long and brushy hill until the breath comes a hnudred to the minute, then a snatch for the glass, reposing in a The Lame Trotter. shirt pocket, to see whether the buck "When my father's got a lame trotis the one you want before you fire. ting horse, sir. that he's trying tu If it won't go in your shirt pocket it shuck off his hands." faltered the Is not the glass you want: others are vhite linen nurse, "he doesn't ever go made that will. If It shakes in your round mournrul like, with his head agitated hands it Is not the glass yon hanging, telling folks about bis wonwant; you cannot see enough more derful trotter just 'the littlest, with a high power glass to pay for the teeniest, tiniestthat's lame.' Oh, no. times when it is unusable because you What father doesmite to call up every Is hold it steady. Outing. cannot one be knows within twenty miles and tell 'em: 'Say. Tom. Bill. Harry, or Origin of the Drama. whatever your name is. what in the The drama, in the only sense in deuce do you suppose I've got oier which It is worth talking about, had here in my barn? A lame horse that its origin in Greece immediately fol- wants to trot, lamer than the deuce, lowing the defeat of Darius and Xer-seyou know, but can do a mile In 2:40.' " about B. C. 400. Its birthplace Faintly the little smile quickened was Athens, and its fathers were Aes- again in the white linen nurse's eyes. chylus and Aristophanes Aeschylus of "And the barn will be full of men in tragedy and Aristophanes of comedy. half an hour," she said. "Somehow When the Greek and Roman civiliza- nobody wants a trotter that's lame, but tion went into eclipse under the black almost anybody seems willing to risk cloud of northern barbarianism the a lame horse that's plucky enough to theater, as with nearly everything else, trot" From "The White Linen Nurse" became extinct, but during the middle In Century. ages acting was in a measure resumed in the form of the "Moralities." or Mangled Names. moral plays of the ecclesiastics, and it I one London critic telling was from such plays that the modern me. remember N. writes E. in the Birmingham slowly evolved. St Louis Post, how he drama was had wired to a Glasgow Times. paper the news that the great NIklsch had Just arrived and would conduct Flaky Piecrust. the London Symphony orchestra on If you want the best piecrust it such and such a date. The telegraph opshould be made the day before you erator, as usual, spelled the unfamiliar wish to use It and put into the re- name along the lino of least resistance. frigerator. Then the crust will be The Glasgow subeditor, not being a flaky and crisp. If you wish it to re- musical man. had never heard of tain the crispness after baking let Niklsch. but, as the adjective "great" the pies cool thoroughly before putting was prefixed to the name, he naturally Into closet or sideboard. Never put the assumed that he must be a Scotchman, baked pie Into the refrigerator or it so .the- Glasgow public was informed will be soggy. the next day that the great McKish had arrived in London. 1 remember also a London colleague Ragtime Oratory. "Why do you refer to that speech of reduced to a state of collapse by dismine as ragtime oratory?' asked the covering that he had been made to say statesman. that Andrew Black had sung "Ninepln "Because," replied the musician. "It Andrew" instead of "Non piu andraL" was written strictly with a view to pleasing the popular taste." WashingFor Sunday School Teachers. ton Star. A teacher in a mission Sunday school in a Scottish town has some interesting stories to tell, in the Missionary Got His Lessons. Brown You seem more satisfied Record of the United Free church, of with your wife's cooking than former- the answers which have come from ly. Has she learned with time? Smith infant lips to her Bible questions. No, 1 have. Women's Home Com- Sometimes one gets a perfectly natural but wholly unexpected reply. Asked panion. what Naaman did after washing in the Jordan before ho returned to his Poverty No Help. The reason a girl's mother Is willing native land, one mite gave the obfor her to marry a poor but honest vious answer. "Dry hlsself." The class young man is because be is honest, not was told the story of the little Shuna-mithis sunstroke and his restoration because he's poor. Dallas News. by the prophet, and wishing to inculcate gratitude the teacher asked ' , In Place of the Watchdog. what They manage somehow to get along got the mother would do when she him back. "Pit a bannet on his on shipboard without a watchdog, but held," shouted immediately a practical Somer-rlll- e they have two dog watches. youth. s. e. Try Us With a Load and You Will Sell The Balance of Your Crop With Us. JAMES C. STONE. market. President. A Daring Escape. General de Xegrier was one of the French officers who succeeded In escaping from German custody in 1S70. He was in Metz and In hospital at the time of the capitulation, but Instead -a- ndof constituting himself a prisoner be put on bis uniform, mounted his horse and rode off as an independent gentleman. Before long he was stopped by a sentinel who demanded his papers, and, as he bad no papers, be handed up his ticket of admission to the hos- for all occasions furnished by pital. While the German as slowly spelling it out Xegrier shot him through the head and galloped off. AUGUST R. BAUMER crossing the Belgian frontier, and it. after a rest, to take part in the operations of Faidherbe's army Local Agent of the north. It is not surprising that so resourceful a soldier got quick promotion and was successively the youngest colonel, the youngest general of brigade and the youngest general of division in the French army. Westminster Gazette. Lancaster, Ky. Out Flowers Floral Designs Glass B. Carrier Primitive Fishhooks. All Orders Appreciated. Phone 53 What sort of hooks did our ancestors, our really remote ancestors, use "when wild in wood the noble savage ran?" I am inclined to agree with the American view that the earliest type of hook, if hook it can be called, was a straight bit of Hint buried in the bait. When the tish bad swallowed the bit of meat, or whatever the bait was. the RICHMOND. KY. tightening of the line pulled the Hint CW-A An CJ A Training across its throat, and. as it stuck there, MlfJI .1 If tA .11- the tish could be hauled ashore withwslS hi hi School for Teachers out more ado. Perhaps some bright lEPa JilLIJ III' CorM IcaJlo to Elnsentarr uncaa. taiu ia ail Pubi ? SCUM) innovator of that misty past one day &CB.10CI7. 9jMaJ tried a bit of dint which bad a double Cu-- . Tuition Fn"tAp- poiai-curve like a pair of buffalo burns und TwapkBjHidr wiin, nrw found it effective, and perhaps out of prwtfevflrhool, mmei krmi, oewvanaattraiaiDt; batMInr 4rprteBtf :frlcnltr. & veil ctjtlpjKrJ CrmnftAfani. Iometl ?. 18.FlrlTrrmVtii.S(b. that developed the genuine double tmtwr9. Second Titt STriBr Schwwl Term .Unarv ThIM 57. Fourth TrrmlprilT. Summer was Ju 16. hook, which seems to have been a very CaUtogna pre. J. O. CKADDE, Vml&enu. early form. And perhaps the single hook came into being because It was realized that one bend was as etlicient as two for most purposes. Loudon Telegraph. ittkmvsy rrnitivc pv mmsmt E --- 3ES . Journal Historic London Street. Friday street is oue of the most Interesting and aucieut of the thoroughfares of London. As long ago as 1305 a reference to it appears in the city records, and even then it was probably old. Close by it stood the Nag's Head tavern, which Is famous in history as the "pretended" scene of the consecration of Matthew Parker, archbishop of Canterbury. In the reign of Queen Elizabeth. The name of Friday street is derived from the fact that in medieval times many fishmongers resided there and herd their Friday market in the vicinity. By a strange contrariety of nomenclature the Wednesday club met at a hostelry in the street, and there, in 1605, under the direction of William Paterson. discussed at great length the proposals which eventuated Office Phone 3. in the establishment of the Bank of England, Pail Mall Gazette. x , J A BEAZLEY Funeral Director and Embalmer Residence Phone 27 LANCASTER. KY. :Sv rH - x "Wv f kv - . w--.- r. 1W: -- t- - .r .. ft s!!?5 1 The Central ncwru, Friday, Dec 6, 1913, " ""r "" 'vayn&tv Page 9 $ vrirw1 KsesTS !? (!) & 1 A' on every SUIT and COAT in our house and those interested in wearing apparel should see them before buying. Con are our values and prices with any sale now going on and judge for yourself. Reduction In Shoes, Woo! Dress Goods and Silks. i fi) i I i I fll II v rvQfinn WteW J 11 LriiaJMJarng.cg;gaaaasaA3 i vTwClH wl. Mr. K. II. Denton has been visiting his daughter, Mrs. W. S. Fish, of Mrs. Laura Lee, of Lincoln s here visiting rela'ives. wOHnociiiv fir C'lU!lt, ! i- THE STORE THAT FORCES THEIR COMPETITORS TO SALE .- - -. . 1...Mr. and Mr. t'.duiul Miller, of Bloomington, Ills, and Mrs. R. K .MiYOU'LL FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN. J f K - linv !....,, th. Misses Alberta and Elizabeth Ander- - ller, nf Rirhniii-.iguests of Mr. nJ .Mrs. Dav- - Ru.--s, and j John bill kinnaird recently had a son have been in Lincoln visitmir .iA.il N Went irom l.ere to Danville for a viit pleasant stay with friends in Indiana-- , friend. to Mesuames . I). iirs. J. K. Mount and daughter. Miss Turner at the D .tnd Long and Amanda .Maple trees tor sale. I. I". Thompson D Institute. C .1. A Brief Mention of the Comings and I Miss Mary Robinson, of Berea, was Joan. wire Fresh oysters always, at Currey's. t Coin's by Those Ws Are Interested In. t the week end guest of .Mr. and Mrs. of Danville. recent visitors in the citv and Mrs. Miller will remain in tnis s . a locality for some time, wheie Mrs. Mily"fWTSi:i.'ji:Tinh5STY7.l.rnmftirTy'5rr?3 Special bargains in trimmed ami KlId St:aL'- Attorney C. C. Fox, of Danville has ler is well known and has many relaUutrimmed hats. Mrs. E. C. Gaines entertained at a been visitinij hi.s daughter Mrs. J. tives, i Miss Lizzie Best is in Richmond enMrs. Adn Kinnaird. eouse dinner on Thanksgiving day, in Rockwell Smith. joying a viMt with friends. flie marriage of Mhs Alice Hender- honor of .Miss Allict- Henderson. Full line of hand painted china, at Mr. and Mrs. Henry McMeekin, of son, late of IVnsaeoIa, Floiula. awl Miss Belle Smith, of Point Leavell, is Prof. Ben Evans is doing nicely at Shelby county, are visitors of Mr. and Reverend Charles Churnbley. of Dublin Currey's. visiting friends in Louisville. the Piather House and gives promise Mrs. J. R. .Mount. JGa., will be solemnized in this city at Govel Organ for sale call at .Mr?, Mrs. Ethel West Darnolcl, has been of rapid and complete recovery. tht llom uf --'!'t- J- - A. Doty, on the D. PowelI. : ,.r r;..: Mr. Collin See Them Before You Buy. in Louisville for a visit to friends. "'or'"K I t.. the lu.h.I .. Mrs. Minnie Lewis,' of Creston. Kvhns was the truest for wvpp.iI ,!, . " .. ,c"! U :. For Rent. ""'" f m:. Quite a number visited Gaine's ollice been the guest of Mrs. Robert Gasti Sue Shelby Mason jui:icm jiunu(iiiai auairc nave ioeei I' thU week for special protection. arranged in compliment to the bride-- : My nous? and lot on Lexington Ave. neau and other relatives in the county, Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Denmnn. of elect, among them being a 0 o'clock Mrs. Susan Fisher Dr. Wm Burnett was in Louisville Chas Doty returned to his school in Nieholasville, have been recent guests dinner at the Hotel Kengarlati on several day last week on business. Danville Sunday, after spending the of Mrs Henly V. Bastin. Thursday evening, at which Miss Alice j All ingredients for fruit cake, at -HE 1L 1 DC T. K. Watson spent the Thanksgiv-- , thanksgiving hoiidajs with the homo JL Mrs. William Hoover, of Nicholas- - Henderson and her cousin, Mrs. E. C. Currey s. ing holidays in Cincinnati with friends. folks, 7, ville, is visiting her brother. Prof. Ben Gaines were guests of Mrs. Mattie' rrntri7 rORSALE:-Horence Heater, al- nun,.an Mr. James X. Denny has returned Evans, on Stanford street. Miss Pearl Acey, of Burnside, has I mnjt Mrs. James A. Royston gives a linen H.2S-"- t i.. bjoii a lecent guost of Airs. J. W. Ace . fiom a lengthy visit to his UUUKIilUI JTr P C,. (Wf' h Sirs. Susan Falter. " ' shower ,, ... .. to :, Mrs. Robert J. Walker, it: Fayetteville ,,.--, : atteinoon Horn EJS3 C53S B. M. Myers, of Horse Cave, was ' '"'"V io"-"-t., her home in Hill Court complimen- ." at iw.. , . 1:1 nicnuiunu Ay, Do You Want A farm? iinii.-uuuathe recent guest of Miss Katie Simp- - Teim. tary to the bride-elec- t, .diss Alice Mrs. Smith, was hostess son. If so write or see W. T. rTwijig Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Bastin have Henderson, the invitation list including .1 Mesdames Wm. B. Mason and Wm. of a neighborhood party complimentary returneil t'rnm n vii- tn fi. Mrs. about half a huntlred guests; the gifts Harrodsburg. Ky. Splendid farms rangto her guests, Mesdames McChord and Crittenden Pepper" of Lexington R. Cook were recent visitors in Dan- to large hearts, each ing from ?"') to Sl(H) an acre. l will be attached Myers. are all open now and reapy for your inspection. Bring your ville. picsent tu be tied with green ribbon ' Reverend Charles Chumbly. of DubA s,colh ,Co".ie " Protection for Mrs. H. M. Ballew and little daughand accompanied with a verse of oriyi- children and let them view the wonders from toyland. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. MeMaken, of a Koott waicn og ter, Lucile Ballew. have returned to lin G.i, a prospective groom, will arrive nal tioetrv: one of the ai.artments of "'"-- " "- Shelbyville, are guests of Mrs. U. D. & Stanford, after a visit, to Mis. W. J. Saturday for a stay in Lancaster. the hospitable home will be tl coratcd ! best stock drivers known. Pedigreed Simpson. pu for hale, ready to go. fwrgains-- . Romans. Mrs. Emma Elkin will leave shortly in green and white and another roomii. FREE-L- ittle Girls Who Want A Pretty Doll-FR- EE W. B. Mason. Jr. V. O. Goodloe went to LexingMrs. for a stay with Mr. and M.s. Shirley red in observance of the Ciiristmas Mrs. Jesse Walden anJ children, of ton Saturday where she will remain for colors; a delicious salad course Will be am "e have a beautiful $15.00 and $5.u0 Doll that is to Danville, have been visitors of Mes- - Elkin in Fairmount, West Virginia. er.oris havim some time. served as refreshments: Mesdames ICthl.ostateof w & Wa)ker wi dames Jerry Respr.ss and Charles Misses Sophronia and Mary Linn M Robinson and C. C. Cable of Dan-- 1 be given to some little girl. Why not you? Miss LouiseTerry, of Richmond, was , them m wth Anderson. Fox were in Cincinnati several dajs attor.. the guest of Mrs. George Smith Jr. iue win ue uiiiuii uie uul ui lijwii ; t ...ij t Walser at once. last week on a shopping expedition. guests. last week. Misses Minerva Cox, Ida Raney and Fannie Walker. Executor. Come in and let us explain to you. Mr. John Ross who has been ill for Again has the Death Angel visited Mrs. Dr. McChord and Mrs. Myers, i Bessie Gulley, form a pleasant house of Lebanon, weie visitors of Mrs. J. party at the home of the Misses Dick- several days, we are sorry to say, is the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Clark, Resident Properly For Rent erson. in Richmond. still confined to his home on Stanford and took fiom them their youngest Rockwell Smith. U l desire to rent my property on Stau-- I child, Robert Newel. Mrs. Carrie Davidson, Miss Allie Mrs. Nannie Evens Bowlen, of Juncford street, opposite the Christian He was sick only a few days, being ' church, for the year YjU. Mrs. T. J. Price will leave the lastof tion City, was a visitor in Lancaster Yantis and cousin. Miss Lottie Carson, Any further r of Stanford, were week-en- d guests of the week for a short visit with her taken with appendicitis on Thursday irifnmntiiT inn !.. fifr.tlt .! 1... DC for several days. 1L 1 1Z JL """'"' "J M.. .i;.,l tl.o, f..'!.. V.... .vi.it. m vt.vi itiv umi!i, Mrs. Z. T. Rice, of Richmond. .rest, at the Post Office. sister, Miss Sarah Washburn, of Lcuis- - Aiu. Mr. D. W. Miles of Horse Cave Ky. Wednesday morning at JiJU, and was .Mrs. Jennie West, ville. , , .. was Miss Katie Simpson's guest for iiirs. m j. t, ruu.ier, wuo nas oeen 1 i. laiu 10 resi in me l.uiiL-asie-r ceniei v , lufsa. Okla. .t . r. r aim mra. ,.. yaiii.eiener, ot. JJan- - inursuay nioriiiiiK. aner uppropnaie Thanksgiving. here with her husband, who is selling it i ui. I . harness, was taken to her home in ville. were week-enAn election will be held at The Nat-guests of services at the grave, by Rev. Beagle. Pensa-colAlice Henderson, Mi MissFla. is with Mrs. E.late ofGaines, Harrodsburg last Saturday, suffering Mcsharr.es E. L. Owsley and W. The sympathy of the entire community,1 ional Bank of Lancaster Ky. Tuesday-i-s C. with typhoid fever. Cook. extended the parents in this sad January 13th. llll between the hours and other relatives. hour of bereavement. It being doubly of 10 and - o'clock for the purpose of Mr. and Mrs. S. H. McMakin, of Mrs. Ethel Darnold and Miss Bettie Miss Bessie Brown has returned from hard on them, as it has only been fcur, electing seven directors to serve for , a visit to Misses Jennie and Mamie Shelbyville, came up for the Thanks- - West were with their brother. Burnam months since their little daughter was the ensuing year, giving holidays for a visit to her par- West, at St. Mary's College for the Dickerson, of Richmond. to the S. C. Denny. Cashier. taken from them, ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Arnold. They Thanksgiving holidays. Mav thev be comforted in remem-- . David Gray, of Bowling Green, spent returned to to SWAN WHITE their heme on Tuesday. $302-5in valuable that 1he Lord giveth. and the Thl;'k About the Thanksgiving holidays with his Mrs. James A. Dudderar was the FLOUR eth away. Blessed be the Premiums given away Dec. . FREE, Miss Mary Lee Lear entertained in recent hostess for an elaborate course L"" cousin, Miss May Rigsby. i i i Hurry. H. T. Logan. lamrifi v :e. Mr. James Burnett of Lawrence-bur- g honor of the intermediate Christian dinner at her inviting country home, j name of rhe Lord." as the best of all, they XSX ,!VV was the Thanksgiving guest of his Endeavor society, the social being in The invitation list was only for rela- know what they are t' Sec The Diamond Ring the nature of a "candy pulling", and tives. brother. D. Wm. Burnett. about. If there is one ' there being about 2o guests present. The Presbyterian Missionary Society on display at Morrow and McRoberts. thing women can judge W. 0. Goodloe is in Seymour Ind. Mr. and Mrs. Givens Terrill returned met .Monday at the church. Mrs. J. to be given away tree Dec. :Uth. this week attending a convention of H. f. Loau. well, it is Hour. Tell your grocer to send you a sack of the last week from southern Alabama Rockwell Smith was leader assisted by Hurry. The undersigned hereby gve warnm automobile manufacturers. where they have been on a prospecting Mrs. Saulley Hughes, the theme being ing to all persons not to trespass upon WHITE SWAN FLOUR next time. If you do not declare Bargain Htre. our lands for any purpose whatever as Mr and Mrs. George Robinson, of tour. Mr. Terrill is delighted with "Latin America". f. it the best you ever used you will be the first to whom the : Danville, have been visiting Mrs. Alabama and thinks seriously of locatTo close out our partnership, we will we will prosecute all offenders to fulMiss Annie Margaret Elkin enter- Rebecca West and daughters. ing near Demopolis. WHITE SWAN FLOUR has not successfully appealed. lest extent of the law. Hunters and. taincd informally on Wednesday even-- , sell at a bargain. 0U acres of land. two Fishermen especially take notice. ing, in honor of Miss Letty May Mc-- , miles from Lancaster. G. W. Elam. R. I Elkin. Herndon & Walker. Roberts' attractive guest. Miss Harriet Ed & N B Price J. W Sweeny-' r?1ni.l nf PlfifL-ctril-l ..... Tinn . w........ ...... ' John M- - Farra W. (I. Anderson Japan's Dummy Editors. : Mrs. Thomas M. Wilson, formerly of person on the J- - JI- - & w- - s- - Weaver. B. L. Kelley. There Is a l ri B. M. Lear. this city was the charming hostess at staff of some of the Japanese news- - S. C. Henderson, & W. S. Embry her home in Bowling Green at "An papers, known as the "dummy editor." ' A. J. Dadilell, ,. .,..: ,, r-Auction Bridge" for Mrs. George A. whose hole duty it is to go to Jail In j j "terets of the journal. Whenever We will add other names for 23 cents The house McRoberts. of Covinirton. ',a',lT l"l''M' -i- nrtWiiK miMem.- - cash. was most artistic in iU decorations of ly 10 me xoveruiueui u l:) suppreM.cu yellow chrysanthemums. and the "dummy editor" sent to prison. Girl Your We are glad to welcome into our while the real editor simply ehaujjes paper ami continues 1 midst, Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Carpenter, the name of the "Which are the alum baking powders to publish It as before. late of Red Rock, Okla. We wish this how can I avoid them unless they are named?' just loves to have Mummwni'.m' splendid young couple much success Spider Charms. asks a housekeeper. and happiness in their new home, and Spiders, like worm and snakes, were everything prepared gg may they make many new friends. 'formerly used as charms to cure disHere is one way: take the can of a low-pric- ed They have located on Stanford Street. mm;. The spider was worn in a nut for your comfort powder in your hand and read the which was suspended around the neck ingredient clause upon the back label. The Little flliss Margaret lilKin iiugnes When the spider dh-- the disease. It Is THE proper thing when you come home of Louisville was given a birthday party j ivas :i dinned, died with it, according law requires that if the powder contains alum for a lady or gentleon Monday afternoon at the home of bo the claims made. from work or busithat fact must be there stated. If you find man to present nowaher aunt, Mrs. H. T. Logan. The win one of the ingredients named alum, or sulness. The fire in the Talked a Lot. days, when making some little Miss was the recepient of a phate of aluminum, you have found an alum "I never say all that I think." she Dainty number of birthday gifts. calls. grate all set, the easy chair, the comfortable old slippers baling powder. refreshments were served the happy remarked. Come and see what "Then." he replied, being unwilling placed temptingly in front of the fire. Do the right thing hearted children. to intss the chance, "you must think a beautiful line of There is another and a better way. You by her and see that there is plenty of COAL. Sure you Invitations are out for she marriage an awful lot." Puck. samples we have and don't have to know the names of the alum of Miss Alice Henderson to Rev. C. M. powders. Use Royal Baking Powder only; get our prices for 50 Double. don't want us to send you a ton now? Churnbley, which will occur at the that assures you a cream of tartar powder, "What vegetables serve a double or more. home of Capt. J. A. Doty in this city purpose?" asked the teacher. and the purest and most healthful baking THE on the 10th inst. The bride is a former "Cucumbers." yelled the class. Cinpowder beyond question. Lancaster girl, at one time a teacher cinnati Enquirer. in the local school, while the groom Industry la the right hand and fro- was at one time the pastor of the local Sultry Is tlvi left bund of fortuue. Presbyterian chureh. Gossip About Ganges, Cook Stoves k flea rs jr eople of the BEST MAKES. Prices Right See Our Line Of j?. j j AAoline, dno Dsere Wa (funs , - I LIGHT RUNNING and DURABLE . a ..n ' J. R. MOUNT, SON & ir OUR !:.. ' ll-U-- j ' ; I A i i JL i; i t-- "f J n "'... Z1 i n . i R. S. BROWN. i ' IE ..,.: ' '"'" T m,m&m 0.0jBmm:momwm imams; ' ',-.- 1 a, d R. When Women POINT vpif Si l I ft I I ry t.'iffy'Wivv isr STED I '&)0k&sx VtJrttaTitgB Little 'wf0m i Lancaster Elevator & Flour Mills 1 ..., - MxMsxx)7x m&mm ix a. ''v ,y .How to Detect the Alum Baking Powder u "'' ..,,., mmwrnm.'e mmm.mmm - ! Engraved Visiting Card A Neatly Lancaster Lumber & M'fg Go. .:1tM Central Record. Y . T:k.4&..v I .. & . '- 10 .' ,.nTjr.T . 1 -- 3BfcreCrerare I HI .. .. ?o' - v.... T- - jv-; .1- - ". - '." " .: j.-a- - ,."-- - r''" , wf fn Central hwoj-a- . Vm jflsw 8e& 8, gv. 1 918 T v ? ,,1- . Wjwjm, vrv." ? W HURT & AIMER'S COLUMN 0COOCM000COOO0O' 200 mules bought and hold tl.is season are insured with E. C. Gaines M 12-4-A E Local Game Scarce. I Special Christmas Demonstration December 1st to 13th. Sectional Bookcases The real Xmas Gift. I i (jpace below thi ANDERSON aa Teller I 1 Farmers are selling, business changing, but Gaines the Insurance man is here to stay. e old Fashion Piano. FOR SALE:-A- n heading la for Cbe eiclu-ivuse ol our farmer subscribers, aud Is for Mrs. G. P. Terrill, Phone 159. Lancas(be sale of stock, grain and such things on ter, Ky. farm as the farmer cannot afford to advertise. No notice will be accepted over four nice meat hogs, FOR SALE:-tw- o lines, and will be only In two issues of the weigh about 325 pounds- - T. V. Conn, ecobd, free of charge R. F. D. No. 1. "FOR SALE:-5- 0 good ewes. Kamp Walker. For Sale or rent, mjr house Crab Orchard pike. R. L. Cox. Mammoth Bronze turkeys for sale Mrs. B. P. Swope. Phone 37 on Bryantsville. T. B. Robinson has three pair of orpington cockerels and a few pullets good, coming 3 year old mules for sale. For Sale: Pure bred crystal white J. T. Preston, Camp Nelson, Ky. T. C. Rankin bought five mules at thorough bred short for sale:-Tw- o Richmond court which averaged him horn bulls twelve and fifteen months $165 each. old. One jersey bull fifteen months All good old. Subject to register. W. B. Burton purchased at RichZ. $165 individuals and ready for service. mond court Monday 3 horses at T Rice, Phone 347 A. R. F. D. No. 3. each and 12 mules at $200 each. You will see as good pictures at south and has purchased another car Pure apple vinegar at 40 cts a gallon MICE. or in barrels that I will wholesale at Opera House as can be seen in the which he will ship today, Thursday to On Tuesday January 13th, 1914 the largest cities. J. T. Henry. Cordele Ga. He purchased of Center close price. Bros. 10 mare mules at $200 each. He stockholders of the Citizens National LOST day, on Buckeye bought at Richmond court 6 mules at Bank of Lancaster, Ky., will hold an Wanted to Rent A Farm of about 100 acres. Money rent. Will make Bank pike, a white, female bird pup, with $165 each and three horses at $140 election at their banking house in Lancaster, Ky., for the purpose of black over right eye, 6 months old. each. note. A. B. Creech, Paint Lick, Ky. electing seven directors to serve for Reward if returned to. the ensuing year. Chester Lewis, Lancaster, Ky. and lot on DanMr. W. B. Burton tells us that he FOR SALE:-Hous- e W. F. Champ, Cashier. purchased this week of Messrs Hubble ville avenue known as the Shugar's Mr. W. T. Doolin has three jennets, &Eubanks of Lincoln county what he property. Apply to Hughes & all with foal, which he will farm to considers the best load of for SALE:-- good heating stove been mules ever Apply at one or more pprsons. He also has a shipped out of Kentucky. There was used part of one winter. this office. good 3 year old good Jack with white points for sale. 23 head in the car, all mares, 4 to 5 for sale:-- pair of Don'ts For Girls. years 6f ag and they weighed from horse mules. 10 head registered jersey I have for sale some pure bred Ply- 1100 to 1300 pounds each. The purchase milk cows, fresh with young calves. A j Don't marry any man until you are Call and see i cost nun $mo per neaa lot of first class pure timothy hay, will mouth Rock Cockrels. he im them before buying. Mrs. F. M. mediately shipped them to the Wilson positive you will always love him, and hay in 5 or 10 bale lost. deliver the you can never be positive until you've Tinder. Live Stock Co. at Wilson N. C. G. B. Swinebroad. Lancastar, Ky. J been married to him about a year. Don't advocate long engagements. W. B. Burton shipped on Wednesday my place near a carload, consisting of 17 The town is full of Christmas wares. A man will find out all your faults in STRAYED mules and 8 Hyattsville rbout November 1st, a red horses to Frank Peacock, Fremont N. See the home exhibits before purchas- four months, so three months is long heifer with white stripe on back and C. The mules cost Mr. Burton $215 ing. I enougn. has bnndle spots,' weighs about 400 and the horses S165 per head. pounds Reward for information loadThe open season this fall has been Things to Worry About. George D. Robinson has closed out good on wheat and grass and both are The water in the Antarctic ocean 13 H. C. Arnold, ing to her recovery. colder than that of the Arctic ocean. his recent shipment of mules in the looking fine. Hyattsville, Ky. A Local sportsmen report that the number of birds in the county do not near The rabbit come up to expectation. crop is good, buc they have not as yet However, come in for much attention. when the weather gets cold, the high price of meat will make Brer Rabbit look mighty good, and he will have to hunt tall timber. Many farmers are refusing to allow any hunting on their places and we have heard of several threatened prosecutions of hunters who have gone upon posted lands to hunt. This is a serious offense and it would be well to secure the consent of a land owner before going upon his land to hunt. Wise Man. "Grlmshaw Is the only man of my acquaintance who Invariably ft Ins In an argument with a woman." Askins "How. In the name of wonder, does he do It?- - Teller "Oh! he states his side of the case and walks off." Puck. sa We Begin Today a Special Sale of Tailored Suits, Cloaks, and One Piece Dresses. The Values Offered Will be EXTRAORDINARY With the entire winter season before you, you cannot afford to miss this opportunity to buy garments at "end of season" prices. The sale will continue until Christmas but as these low prices will induce many to buy, who had decided to get along with old garments it will be necessary to come early to make sure of securing just the garment you want. Wool And Silk Dresses Pure Wool Zibelline $18.75 Tailored We offer in this sale our eutire line of one piece Chinchilla land Par-$16.50 Dresses. We have in stock a great many attractive Suits styles of Wool Crepe, Eponge, Poplin and Serge 1 5.00 ola Cloth Cloaks now Choice Now Dresses. They have been and will continue to be in $40.00 $37.50 $35.00 $42.00 j i $25. Tailored Suits Now Wi I $ , $1.75 great demand and we advise an early call to get choice. $13.95 Choice of all Dresses that sold at $20.00 $10.95 Choice of all Dresses that sold at $15.00 $ 9.75 Choice of all Dresses that sold at $13.75 An Assorted Lot of Newest Style Cloaks, Made of the Very Latest Materials, Mostly One of a style. S25. Cloaks for $16.65 $20. Cloaks for $13.35 $22.50 Cloaks for $15 00 $18.50 Cloaks for $12.50 $16.75 $16.50 Tailored Suits Now $11.95 $15. Tailored Suits Now Silk Dresses. Materials are Crepe du Chenes, Meteors, Krinkle Crepes, Charmeuse, Etc. All were worth original prices, but during this Sale will offer all at a discount of ONE THIRD from first prices. Will also offer a few very handsome and exclusive styles of Reception Dresses very cheap. $10 k Childrens Rain Capes With $9.95 Plaid Lined Hoods $1.25. HOLIDAY GOODS Our display of Holiday Goods is alone well worth a trip to Danville to see. We could fill this paper if we made a detailed mention of all the various articles suitable for gifts, which we have on sale. We offer for your choosing an immense line of the finest standard Sterling Silver Tableware. Every kind of Spoon, Fork, Knife, Dishes, Etc. Genuine English Sheffield Silver and Domestic Plated Silver in hundreds of pieces. Full line of finest American Hand Cut and Hand Polished Glassware. Full line of Table China in the Lucky Blue Bird design. Royal Doulton China. Fine line of Pictures. Full line of Parisian Ivory Mirrors, Brushes, Combs, Etc. Sterling and Plated Silver Mirrors, Brushes, Combs, Etc. and an immense assortment of the very latest ideas in Solid Gold Jewelry of every kind for men and women. Come soon and come often. You can't see it all at one visit. All absolutely the newest styles and materials and most desirable colors. Chiffons, shadow Laces, Etc. Values considared, these are the cheapest Evening Dresses we have ever offered. -- $5, $7.50, $10, $11.50, $12.50, $13.75 Party Dresses Plaid Mackanac Coats, Now $3.75. Childrens Coats, all at Bargain Prices. fe A. B. ROBERTSONKENTUCKY.BRO. DANVILLE, ttWft-ttteLaw- p-? f. A". -- ij "v.