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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): December 12, 1913 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1913 cen1913121201_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): December 12, 1913 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1913 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. v -j-.- :1 THE CElNTRAJL RECORD PURE RELIGION, UN1ARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT rWKNTY FOURTH YEAR. LANCASTER. KY.. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 12. 1913. Get busy only " NUMBER 35. 13 days until Xmas. Lena Bright's Don't forget Miss For your Christmas pies try Hersch's bulk mince meat at Balls Grocery. Bro. Ellis To Preach At Mt. Tabor. uirs. come. vy. fine stock of toys. n. wara nas just opened a Let the children bazar. Make yourself a Xmas Present by buying a nice Rev. C. S. Ellis of Latonia will Hudson & Hughes adv. on page 3 is preach at Mt. Tabor, near Paint Lick a corker. next Sunday. Bro. Ellis is well and Sunday was all kinds of a day ex- favorably remembered in Lancaster, cept a good one. and many of his friends here, provided The Baptist Ladies Aid will have the weather is favorable, will take this opportunity to hear him again. He Exchange and Bazaar Dec. 13. was at one time pastor of the local We have everything needed for your baptist church and also a member of fruit cakes. Buy it of Currey. the faculty of the Graded School. Christmas isn't a date, but a condition of mind and heart especially the job over to the policeman, Santa Claus makes littleboys behave, but when they grow up he hands the W&fl See the handsome diamond ring on display at Morrow & McRoberts to be given away by H. T. Logan Dec. 24th, at 2:30. Grand Jury Reports. BUGGY OR R- - ROBE latter. If present plans do not miscarry, Lancaster will soon have three play- houses. Lancaster merchants are doing an unprecedented business. Our people are shopping at home. CHARCOAL FOOT HEATER i- It surely does seem a shame that Gatrard count'ys splendid tobacco crop must be marketed away from home. "Little drops of water" will gradually fill our lake. Saturday's rain increased the volume by twelve inches. The grand jury during its sessions last week found eleven indictments. most of them for misdemeanors. They Unusual Weather. win sit at least one more day this week Last week dandelion was in bloom and will be granted further time if thy and under the gentle influence of a soft deem it necessary. southern breeze, vegetation began to spring up, many people were enjoying Splendid Attraction Coining Don't Miss It. the unseasonable luxury of "mustard Manager Romans has booked for the greens and other garden truck pecul29th, inst "The Royal Welsh Ladies iar to the early spring months, and the choir", which is composed of rare taltown man began to grow fearful lest ent and comes with the very highest his wife should importune him to make her a bed for Sweet Peas. We will recommendations. Remember the date, Dec. "29th, and don'nt miss it. doubtless pav dearly for these pretty days before the actual advent of spring. Goou Appointment. Moving Begins. Mr. W. S. nlAs Ms W i -- 'rfJ N.i i i(S-V-M i. f -- MMFm 3$fr&H nj. vVKtr, Vy-- " fpi "Ne!.v-- ," i auv-vf- t C3- - 3 2 'Jr HOLIDAY OPENING M And - U We also Carry s Nice Line of Just because a girl makes good applicants took it's no sign she won't sew on buttons and Mr. S. D. Cochran has moved into the examination. It draws a salary of and mend socks. And it's no sign she the house vacated by Mr. Carrier, $1100 a year and Mr. Elkin is being will. which Mr. Cochran recently purchased. "Tis an ill wind canton fcikm has received notice, through Hon. Carrier has moved to his pointment as Harvey Helm, of his aprural mail carrier on route handsome new house on Danville street number 3. This office is under civil fudge, which he has but recently completed, service and eighteen Boys Wagons,Push Carts Etc. good." The kiddies have had a long and joyous holiday while the furnace at the school was boing repaired. The Lancaster Tobacco Warehouse is getting its share of the crop and these two clever gentlemen Billy Speath and Jake Graw have their hands full to handle it. Will Bo More Careful In Future. that blows nobodv We carry at all times an l up-to-da- assortment of Leather Goods and Harness te Reports continue to come in of meat being spoiled which was killed during the recent cold snap, and it is safe to sav that farmers will be exceedingly careful as to weather conditions in the future before they slaughter. Turkeys Spoil. Local produece men were severe losers on the turkevs killed for thp Thanksgiving market. Because of the exceedingly warm weather prevailing about that time, many of the fowls spoiled before reaching the Eastern markets. Mrs. Allison Sanders Improving. CONN BROTHERS. Live and Let Live Folks a&sm II 5 It will.be a source of great pleasure to the many friends of Mrs. Allison F. Sanders, who is in Rochester, Minn, under the care of the famous Drs. Mayo, to know that she is progressing nicely and that it is thought that an operation in her case will not be necessary, and that the malady from which she is suffering is not so severe as was thought. Senator Farris Sells Property. llgP The real estate firm of Hughes & Swinebroad has sold to Mrs. Jennie Embry for Senator G. T. Farris. the latters residence on Richmond street in this city for $1750., possession to be given on January 1, 1914. Mrs. Embry purchased this property as an investment and the property has been rented to Mr. Will Dickerson, who now occupies it, for the coming year. Garrard County Tobacco Brings Good congratulated upon his appointment. Our citizens have been taking advantage of the nice weather and have movSchool Opens Again. ed a little earlier than they had intendThe Lancaster Graded school after ed. Mr. John M. Sanders has also moved into the J. B. Collier property an enforced holiday of a week due to on Danville street, which he recently trouble w.'th the heating apparatus, again opened on last Monday morning. purchased. The new boilers were installed and it is thought there will be no more interGilcher House Rented. ruptions from this cause. Moore Bros, of Elkchester, Fayette Mat Brock Held Under $500 Bond. county have rented the Gilcher Hotel in Danville, but will not take posses The grand jury has returned an sion until next April or May. In the indictment aginst Mat Brock charged meantime, Mrs. Delia Bogle, who has with an assault upon Prof. B. F. had charge under the assignee since Evans, but because of the inability of the failure of the Messrs Lpwell, will Prof. Evans to appear against him, his continue in charge of the hostelry case was continued until the next term until the new owners take possession. of court. Brock was admitted to bond The depot restaurant has also been in the sum of $500 which he gave. sold to Messrs Arthur Frank of Dan ville and Beecher Smith of Somerset, Miss Higgins In Carlisle. those gentlemen paying the Lowell Upon the invitation of Miss Lida assignee $3000 for the lease which has Gardner, the school superintendent of about three years yet to run. It is Nicholas county, Miss Jennie Higgins thought that when the affairs of the will visit her in Carlisle all of next Messsrs Lowell are finally wound up week. She goes to assist Miss Gardcreditors will realize about that their ner in the school Fair that takes place 60 cents on the dollar. there next week, and with such able assistance the Fair should be a proThe Omnibus Bill Agan. nounced success. , t The Omnibus Bill, the measure which annually raises the hopes of so many Mrs. Chas. Baerlefn Undergoes Operation Kentuckians, only to blast them again, Mrs. Charles Baerlein underwent a is again before the House, and as usual serious operation on Monday at the has "bright hopes of passage". This residence of Dr. J. M. acton in this measure carries with it a multitude of city. She stood the ordeal well and is old war claims, among which are a doing nicely, and while her condition is great many in which people in this im- serious, it is believed that she will remediate locality are interested. Many cover. She is under the care of Miss times has its prospects of passage Louise Terry, an experienced nurse of seemed bright and yet it died an un- nicnmond. timely death in a Committee's hands Country Store Sold. or elsewhere, all of which goes to show in some instances. Uncle Mr. Noah Spanihower has sold his that, at least One thing store and residence at Point Leavell to Sam is a tardy paymaster. however in its favor this time is that Mr. Henry Sanders, possession to be Rep. Oscar Underwood is urging its given May 1, 1914. Mr. Spainhower passage, and it is hoped that with his will remove with his family to Kingsable assistance it may be put through ton Mo. Mr. Spainhower is a splendid successfully and that that the long de- citizen and a progressive business ferred hopes of those interested may man, and his many friends regret that he has decided to leave the home of be realized. his birth. The property sold is one of the best in the county. Well Known In Lancaster. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 13. HASELDEN BEOS. Don't Our line of CHRISTMAS 4 GOODS. Price. Ray Noel, a son of Mr. W. T. Noel of Buckeye, marketed a crop of 2110 pounds of tobacco at the Independent warehouse in Lexington on last Saturday which netted him an average of 20 cents per pound. Mr. W. T. Noel on whose farm the crop was raised, tells us the tobacco was extra fine! and con sidering the prices that have so far prevailed, he received a nice price for J. Monroe Young, better known to his friends as "J. Roe," and Colonel The Best Known Christmas Poem. until you get my PRICES. is now open. Please call and k flow "Mayor" Pulliam has been tditor John chosen by the City inspect. It shows the usual va-ri- burg to out the unexpiredof term of Lee Currey, whom Gov McCreary has appointed County Judge of Mercer and quanity and our prices Hughes, whothe term of Judge John to out was made Collector of Internal Revenue for the 8th District. are most reasonable. Editor Pulliam had already been Editor Pnlliam PuIIiam, it. G. ty Council Harrods- - fill D. Co. fill W. elect- R. E. McRoberts & Son. LANCASTER, Ky. B. F. HUDSON, W. 0. P.IGNEY, J. S. JOHNSON. Vice Prest. President Ass't Cash'r. J. J. Walker, Jr., W. F. CHAMP. Cashier. Book-Keepe- r. ORGANIZED 1883. 72ze I Citizens National Bank OF LANCASTER, KY. Capital $50,000. Surplus $40,000. 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 bank YOUR bank. ed to a four years term as Mayor of Harrodsburg. He will continue to edit Tobacco Not In Condition When Pat On that splendid paper the Herald, which, The Market Depresses Prices. by the way, is growing by leaps and bounds, and is one of the newsiest Warehousemen throughout the state sheets in the state. are complaining that farmers are bringing their crops to market wet; Rey. Peebles bgared. that many of the crops contain wet will be sad news to the legion of stems and are not in proper condition It friends of Rev. J. R. Peebles in Lan- to be marketed. They claim that this caster to know that the splendid old not only proves detrimental to the far gentleman fell on the streets of Win- mer himself, causes his crop to bring chester recently and sustained a broken a less price than if it were in proper ankle. He is doing as well as could be condition, but it actually has a tendenexpected, but at his age, he is 93 years cy to depress the general market, to old, his friends are very fearful of the disadvantage of the good and bad serious results. Dr. Peebles many handler alike. years ago had charge of the local This state of affairs is perhaps in a Methodist church. He was active in measure due to the over anxiety of educational work as well as in promo- some to rush their crops to an early ting church work, and it was due main- market in order te get "Christmas ly to his efforts that the old Garrard money", and in that over anxiety, Female College, one of thebestinstitu-tion- s they neglect to see that their tobacco of learning in Central Kentucky is in as good condition as it should be. in its day, was established. It atood Haste ever made waste, and this is upon the site of the present Graded no exception to the rule. The farSchool. Rev. Peebles was also mainly mer who takes his time and does not instrumental in the erection of the market his crop until he is absolutely present Methodist church, superseding sure it is in a marketable condition, is tne old dilapidated structure which that I the farmer who will get the long price congregation had used. . for his product. who was a resident here in the palmy days of Middlesboro, arrived here last week after an absence of twenty-thre- e years. Colonel Young now makes his He is headquarters in Washington. deriving a great deal of pleasure meetMr. ing his oldtime friends here. Ycung, when asked by a Pinnacle News man what his impression was of Middlesboro after being absent forsomany years, said: "vvnen i leu nereiwemy-thre- e years ago Middlesboro was a nauer town and looked to me on the verge of crumbling. You can imagine the surprise in 6tore for me when I find what has been accomplished in these years toward making your city a substantial and an enduring one." Mr. Young says that his wife is at Mt. Sterling at present and is enjoying News. good health.--Pinnac- le "Twas the Night Before Christmas" those delightful verses that will charm both the old and young as long as there are stockings to be hung was written ninety-on- e years ago, just before the holiday season, by Clement Clark Moore, then professor of orien tal languages in the New York Theo logical seminary. It has become an American classic, and no Chaistmas day is complete without a reading of this charming little lyric that has lived and gladdened the Christmastide for nearly 100 years. Indicted For Forging Order For Liquor. W. J. ROMANS lr6) :g Do you know what it is to be The present grand jury returned an indictment against a negro living in the vicinity of Lowell charging him with forgsry. The negro is charged with having forged the name of another person to an order on the Express agent at Lowell for a consignment of liquor which he obtained on the forged paper. This should prove a warning to those who are accustomed to calling for liquor consignments which are not addressed to them individually, as sooner or later they are certain to fall into the clutches of the law. Judge Hughes Sale. Satisfied? BUY YOUR At the sale of Judge John W. Hughes held at his farm in Mercer connty on the 4th inst, the following prices were realized: Horses brought from $80 to 125; work mules, $100 to 5200; four pairs of work mules, $350 to $400 a pair; yearling mules, $85 to $100; horse colts, $60 to $85; milch cows, $40 to Durham bull, $70; one registered fifteen months old, $95; calves averaged $18 a head; short yearling Jersey heifers, $30 a head; brood sows with pigs by side, $30 to $45; sows net to unregfarrow, $20 to $35; twenty-fiv- e istered gilts weighing 100 pounds, $6 a head: registered male hogs, $12 to $20; hogs, $12 to $25. d Auctioneer John I Vanarsdall cried i, the sale. mule-foote- Groceries and Meats I - - - OF Davidson & Doty. Phone 181. Everything To Eat i Page 2 The Central Record, Friday, Dec 12, 1913. Norenber Hoaer Roll For Lawson School. Schulz's Cut Flowers and Floral Designs. All Orders Filled Promptly. KV t PAINT IiHJK. MAttKSBUKtf. Mrs. Mason Pollard who has been ill Foster Napier, Ebbie B. Lawson, Lillie Sutton, W. H. Fnrr, Paul Furr. First Grade. Phone 43 or 339-F- . WILLIE F. MILLER, Agent. Lancaster, Kentucky. Boots & Herbs GOD'S MEDICINES according: to the Original & Exclusive Formulas & Recipes of Charlie White-Mooy The Herbalist, for the treatment of human ailments. Endorsed in the Bible. Thousands of Testimonials. AS, the SCIENCE SOPE, for the. HuGreat , man Skin Only. Ask your or write Compounded Cow-boCOM-CEL--S Body-Tonic drug-gistn, CHARLIE WHITE-HOO- N The owko; Herbalist originator or ChETEKHE REMEDIES MM S3fE Mrs. CHARLIE 3731 WHITE-MOO- N & SCIENCE West Broadway Louisville, Kentucky 3 w Wr2Mnmi'Bmmmtemn2lMR!Mn2. Mnmn2MiMj&mmm.W&Mji8Mfi2.p: Mr. and Mrs. Tom Logston spent Third Grade. Lizzie Mae El am. Saturday and Sunday with friends at Fourth Grade. BenlahLonEdward3, 'Stella Lawson, Easter Hammons, Wil- - Berea. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Hammack were moth Sutton Azile Elam, Katie Miller, in Lexington on a business trip last Jennie Mae Lawson. Thursday. Mr. I. C. Rucker, has been visiting his sister at Nicholasville and brothers RHEUMATISM at Lexington. Mr. Grant Metcalf left last week to Neuralgia. Sciatica. accept a position in R. H. Batson store at Lancaster. Shipp's Quick Relief Liniment is a Misses and Mary Lear, returnthat ed home Alma Saturday from several reliable, harmless preparation last when simply rubbed on the flesh quickly days stay in Louisville. relieves all aches in any part of the Miss Evelyn Richmond, of Ewing, body, no matter how severe or deep seated they may ba. Rheumatism, Va, has been visiting her sister, Mrs. Sciatica. Neuralgia, Toothache, Head- Robert Ledford and Miss Jessie Parks. Mesdames James-an-d E. L. Woods ache, Sore. Muscles, Stiff Joints,. Sprains'and other aches'quickly yield to were in" Lancaster last Friday to attend the sooting influence of this marvelous the linen shower given Miss Alice Hen pain alleviator. 50c at Druggists or by derson by Mrs. Jas. A. Royston. mail, postpaid. "Mr. Bob" the home talent play Bourbon Remedy Company. Lexington, that came out from Lancaster and play Ky. ed at the school Friday night was quite entertaining and a full house was present to enjoy it. for sometime is improving. Farms are rapidly changing hands a3 Little Ray Rdcker, of Campbellsville most every body has sold out. is visiting her sister, Geneva. Second Grade. Ruby Mae Miller. Mr. H. L. Wallace left last week for lMr. Tarkington of Bryantsville, was Evasee Edwards, Curti3 Robins, Bessie the guest of Miss Mary Chesnut, SunWhitesburg on a business trip. Wilcox. day. Mr. J. T. Greening and wife, both have been quite sick for the past few iys. The ladies working society will meet at the residence of D. S. Swope next Thursday. Mrs. Ison who has been here visiting children at this place has returned ti Letcher county. Rev. J. W. Mahan will preach on Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock instead of Sunday morning. Rev. J. W. Mahan attended the 5th, Sunday meeting which convened with the Perryville church. Mrs. J. W. Swope was in Danville, shopping last week and was the guest of her sister, Mrs. Baker. Mf. T. D. Chesnut who was crippled by a mule a few days since has thrown away his crutches and is able to be out again. Miss Susan Sutton entertained a3 her guests Sunday Mrs. Betsy Kemper of Kansas City and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hughes of Lancaster. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Kemper left Monday for Birmingham Alabama, where they will be the guests of their daughter, Mrs. William Anderson, 'this Miss Stella McWhorter was in Rich- mond Saturday shopping. Children Cry for Fletcher's SgKKX K?WS5K5$533333$53$$535S533$$55$3$33$$S The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been in use for over 30 years, has home the signature of ana nas Dccn niauo under his per-- p sonal supervision since Its infancy. X CcccAtM. Allow no one to deceive you in this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and " " are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health ot Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. -Just-as-good Parea Castorla goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. Its age Is Its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays Fevcrishness. For more than thirty years it has been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, "Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles and Diarrhoea. It regulates the Stomach and Bowels, assimilates the Food, giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. CASTORIA What is substitute for Castor Oil, is harmless -- 9 GENUINE CASTORIA pBears the Signature of ALWAYS AGE NO BAR Everybody In Lancaster Is Eligible. TOBACCO GROWERS!! The following letter has been sent out by The g winter. n E $ Madison Tobacco Warehouse Co. i I . . m S :' to Tobacco Growers in this and adjoining Counties. are the pioneers in the loose leaf tobacco market in this city, having built the first warehouse for that purpose several years ago and have more recently added a new steel structure so we can better handle your crop. We wish to announce to our friends and pratons that our warehouse will be open to receive tobacco on Thursday, November 20th, our first sale being on the following Monday, November 24th. In addition to the buying interests of former years we expect to have with us buyers for several new firms. We are better prepared than ever to handle your tobacco. It is not everyone who knows how to run a sale and get the best prices for tobacco. Like every other enterprise that is a success one must know his business from start to finish. We j I M I i 8 S s : I i ? m e u . S Our four year's experience will be worth much to you. It will enable us te secure for you the best possible price. This you may absolutely depend upon. Our prizing facilities are unsurpassed. As to capacity we have almost double that of any other house here. With the addition of our new steel structure we have 42,000 square feet of floor space, aside 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 your 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. Yours very truly, Madison Tobacco Warehouse Co. pffigiiirsrai iMm:'MMMxwmrBMMWMMMMm' &4mm-&sK&iKii&x&&zf- SKSssxmssSS$ , IK. 4. IK Five Years of Successful Sales Of IK $ LOOSE LEAF TOBACCO IK. in great quantities, and at the highest price, have proven the Danville market to be the BEST MARKET you can drive your wagon to. We are ready for another season which we expect to be the best yet. & 4 The Peoples Tobacco Warehouse a a fil&HkHiliaiililtiiiiiiiiHfliliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii and Old people stooped with suffering. Mr. Montgomery, of the Mt. Hebron Middle age, courageously fighting. section stole a march on the homefolk Youth protesting impatiently; went to Harrodsburg and got married, Children, unable to explain. they have located in Bryantsville. Kind You All in misery from their kidneys. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Clark enterPerhaps a little backache first. THE CCNTAUW COMPANY, NKWVOWK CITY. Urinary disorders, dropsy may tained Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Kemper Sunday at dinner. This was the 43rd, quickly follow. Doan's Kidney Pills are for sick marriage anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Kemper and a very delightful day was kidneys. spent. Are endorsed by thousands. Here's Lancaster testimony. Stop Catarrh! Mn. H. G. Crutchfield, Stanford St., Lancaster, Ky., says: "My little boy Unless Properly Treated With Hyomei was greatly troubled by his back and This Disease May Become Serious. kidneys. He did not have proper control over the kidney secretions which If you have catarrh, indicated by caused no end of annoyance. The sniffling, stopped up head, droppings in child also looked badly and I was con- the throat and morning choking, there siderably worried about his health. I is an irritated state of the mucous heard of Doan's Kidney Pills, got a membrane which affords an ideal com box and began giving them to him ac- dition for the growth of disease germs cording to directions. He is now a Do not allow these dangerous germs great deal better." to begin the destruction of your health For sale by all dealers. Price 50 The easiest, simplest, quickest surest 1 cents. Foster-Milbur- n Co., Buffalo, and cheapest way to check catarrh is New York, sole agents for the United by breathing Hyomei. This wonderful States. medicated air treatment does not upset Remember the name Doan's and the stomach, but is breathed in through take no other. the Hyomei inhaler, directly following and surely destroying all disease germs Mt. Hebron that may have been inhaled the tissues 1 1 1 of the throat, nose and lungs are quick Mr. and Mrs. John Jackson are the ly healed and vitalized. 1 1 proud parents of a fine baby boy born Money refunded by R. E. McRoberts on the 4th. & Son to anyone whom Hyomei fails to Mr. Elgan Montgomery who has had benefit. A complete outfit costs but quite a siege with typhoid fever re $1.00. mains very sick. Save it by bringing your corn to our mill and have it erased and School Notes. Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Grow of Pleassacked by the load. It will go twice as far and your stock will do ant Hill were with Messrs Will and (By Wm. F. Miller.) much better. We grind daily. Edd Grow part of last week. November Honor Roll. Mrs. Dillard Brumfield and children of Jessamine Co, spent last week with 2nd B. Grade. Juniata Dunn Mar- her parents Mr. and Mrs. Alex Dean. gret Elliott, Stella Price Herron. Miss Katherine Vanderpool will leave 2nd. A. Grade. Susie Middleton. this week for Lexington where she 3rd. B. Bland, Grade. Sarah will enter a hospital as nurse in train- Eugenia Dunlap, Elizabeth Hagan, KY. ing. Margie Montgomery. Ardella Turner, MissIAlice Rains sold about ten Julia May Walker. 5th. A. Grade. Evelyn Daniels. acres of land located near Mt. Hebron Virginia church to Mr. Ernest Ball fat $50 per Martha Ward Sweeney, Beazley, William Embry, Lucy Marsee, acre. There is quite a lot of tainted meat Richard Boyle. 6th B. Grade. Christine Pollitt, Mary in this locality and the people ar anxiously awaiting some real winter Brown, Nettie Farmer, Mitchel Tinder. Champ, 6th. A. Grade. Bernice weather. Nelle Rigsby, Carrie Belle Romans, Mesdames H. R. Montgomery and Mary Davis, Margaret Cook. Tom Hicks spent last Tuesday and 7th A. Grade. Merlyn Walker, Guy Wednesday with their sister Mrs. Sam Watkins, James Siler, Anne Reid, Duncan near Burgin. Mary Owsley, Mary Lee Lear, Wilma Office over The National Bank of Lancaster. Ky. Phone 27. Mr. L. E. Speaks has erected a ten- Henry, Mildred Beazley, Ruth Carrier, ant house on his farm here which will Val Cook, Florence Acton, Gladys be occupied by Mr. and Mrs. William Frisbie, Christine Sanders. Shield of Jessamine Co. Mr. D. C. Montgomery moved last week in the house with his mother-i- n HUSBAND RESCUED law Mrs. Laurany Montgomery, and OF LANCASTER. Mr. Auther Montgomery moved to the house on Mrs. Mary B. Preston's farm DESPAIRING WIFE which was vacated by the former. Capital Mr. J. J. Montgomery of Lock no. 8 A. R. DENNY, President. and Miss Coro Moore of Hickman who After Four Tears of Discouraging were recently married are residing J. E. STORMES. Vice Pres't-Conditions, Mrs. Bullock Gave with their uncle Mr. Solomon Childers S. C. DENNY. Cashier. Husband Up in Despair. at Bryantsville, the couple have the r. R. T. Embry, Asa't Cashier. J. L. Gill, Came to Rescue. best wishes of their friends here. Miss Cora Moore, of Hickman 2L&fffi&u The In Use For Over 30 Years Have Always Bought NOTICE TO Tobacco Growers. Canvas Tarpaulins FEED IS HIGH. We have them in all sizes. 4x 8 Canvas Tarpaulins $ 2.00 6x20 Canvas Tarpaulins $ 4.00 Best Fish Brand Slicker Coats. $2.50 Phone 27 before you start to market with your Tobacco and get one of our best 2 oz. Becker, Ballard & Co, BRYANTSV1LL, We Write Anv Kind of INSURANCE Office at National Bank. BEAZLEY & COLLIER THE NATIONAL BANK $50,000. Surplus $30,000. Book-Keepe- BALD AT Cleanse The Scalp; Nourish And Never Grow Bald. 35 The Use Hair Parisian Sage. is unequalled in Floor SpaceWide Driveways, and under all the splendid warm, dry barn for horses and wagons. ' Ask The Men Who Have Been In Our House Before I Our capable force is at your service, better equipped now than ever before. Liberal and fair treatment assured you. FREE Insurance on your Tobacco, FREE Stable and Shed Room. NO charge for Rejections. Location on Perryville Road, near Q. &. C. Depot, most convenient in town. Good streets on three sides of our buildings. Peoples Tobacco Warehouse. Company, INCORPORATED IBaJSSSSS&Sg$SS5?gHSSSSSSSsSSSg I. M. DUNN, Pras QMaQa&Kiqa0 Don't grow bald at 35 as thousands of men do yes! and women also. Failure to keep the hair properly nourished and the scalp free from dandruff is one of the main causes of baldness. If your hair is thinning out immediate action is necessary. Parisian Sage is just what you need to remove dandruff, stop falling hair and itching scalp and make the hair strong, beautiful and vigorous. This delightful and refreshing hair-toni- c, which is now sold at druggists and toilet counters in 50 cent bottles, is rigidly guaranteed. If Parisian Sage-does not give complete satisfaction R, JK. ucKooerts & son will return your money. Parisian Sage surely supplies hair needs. The first application removes iWHtt dandruff, invigorates' the scalp and put Mvlsory life and beauty into thin, dull. and fadTrutntat ed hair. Catron, Ky. In an interesting letter place, Mrs. Bettie Bullock writes as follows : "I suffered for four years, with womanly troubles, and during this time, I could only sit up for a little while, and could not walk anywhere at all. At times, I would have severe pains in my left side. The doctor was called in, and his treatment relieved me for a while, but I was soon confined to my bed again. After that, nothing seemed to do me any good. I had gotten so weak I could not stand, and I gave up in despair. At last, my husband got me a bottle of Cardui, the woman's tonic, and I commenced taking it From the very first dose, I could tell it was helping me. I can now walk two miles without- - its tiring me, and am doing my work." If you are all run down from womanly troubles, don't rive ud in desoair. Try Cardui, the woman's tonic. It has helped more than a million women, ia its 50 years of wonderful success, and should surely help you, too. Your druggist has sold Cardui for years. He knows what it will do. Ask him. He will recom mend it. Begin taking Cardui today.. from this to: ChatUmoci Medldiw Co Ladto Dept.. Chtttanoog. Tens for Special far Woata," Mot la pUlo wnpptr. E66-- B Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent. WE SOLICIT 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. REMEMBER We can serve as your Administrator.Guardian.Trustee and save you money and worry. Your Will, Insurance Policy, Mortgage, Notes, Stock Inventory, Bonds or Stock Certifi- cates, when lost or destroyed, causes endless trouble, ery and legal expense. mis- Put your valuable papers in one of our Safe Deposit Boxes and you will never have to worry. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company i 8 Page 3 The Central Record, rritiay, Dec 12,1913. geaBgeaEBaKaBieBeaBi5efcait3tfcaat mssisaaaaaflB Tasa&m. rereKi:Bererererere:BCTeeee;iigBBsa We draw attention to our household Flour, and solicit a trial order. Christmas is almost here, and for your Christmas baking you cannot afford to use any but the best Flour, which is of course OBELISK. The two boon companions are iiK;'FA I nKru3 -sx belisk Flour Go odBrea If You Employ the First You Are Always Sure Of The Second. I D I I 6 ! conditions of perfect cleanliness. HOME where OBELISK flour is used, it is so wholesome, so .nutritious, so digestible, that LOOK AROUND and you will see that the dark shadow of dyspepsia never rests in the people who cannot eat ordinary bread, can eat with impunity, pie or cake baked with OBELISK Flour. is increasing rapidly, as only the best wheat grown is used in milling it, thus causing it to stand It gives food for thought in the fact that the demand for this flour OBELISK at such a reasonable price. Look for and save the coupons in each package, they are valuable. tha account we are enabled to sell you such a high grade Flour as the patronage and give prompt service to those favoring us. barrels and builders material. We solicit a share of your pre-emine- nt ever used, it contains nothing but the kernels of selected wheat ground under EVERYBODY who once uses OBELISK FLOUR speaks kindly in its praise as being the best they among pure white wholesome, and healthful flours, and on We carry a full supply of high grade Coals, Cotton Seed Meal. Salt in sacks and XT TJ Dg in commemoration both of the baptism Been m 01. tH nr fe With frost and snow and with great flood, TELEPHONE 26. rain. Thus there might have been shepherds on the plain of Bethlehem watching their flocks at night. A LUCKY CHRISTMAS. Prognostications are nfade in England and also in this country, concerning the coming year, its prosperity, weather, etc., depending upon the day Sunday, on which Christmas falls. Mondav, Tuesday and Saturday, are usually reckoned ill omened days, while it is lucky to have Christmas fall on Wednesday, Thursday or Friday. One old rime says: "If Christmas day on Friday be The first of winter hard shall be, LUTHER STIVERS. Sales Manager. HUGHES. 11 on LANCASTER, KY. 090$0000000 H Ths Womans Club J The Womain-- l lnbi OF THE SAVIOR. BIRTHDAY LlJ.te1 i Since The Fourth Century It Has ii' Observed On Dec. 25th. ,' The observance of the 25 th of December as the birthday of the Saviour is ascribed to Julius, bishop of Rome. The eastern church had A. D. previously observed the 6th of January 337-35- 2. and of the birth of Christ. Before the end of the fourth century the east and west had exchanged festivals, the west adopting Jan. 6 of our Lord's baptism and the east adopting Dec 25 in commemoration of our Lord's birth. The exact date of Christ's birth appears not to have been known in the early church and cannot now be determined. Between the middle of December and the middle of February there is generally in Palestine an interval of comparatively dry weather, preceded and followed by the early and later incom-memmorati- J. C. STONE, President. J. M. GENTRY, Vice-Preside- R. L. BAKER. Secretary and Treasurer. J Lexington Tobacco Warehouse 60. INCORPORATED. AUCTIONEERS: G. H. BAKER and G. H. AKERS. Luther Stivers In a Class By Himself. Sales Manager and Booster for the following houses. Warehouses. Stivers Lexington Shelburne Central Growers Managers. Luther Stivers and Gayle Coleman. John L. and Clyde Buckley. J. C. Stone and J. Leslie Knight. D.W. Scott, R. L. Baker and Henry S.Walker J. Morgan Gentry. We 6an Save You Time and Money. of them ANY By having SEVEN LARGE WAREHOUSES we can UNLOAD YOUR TOBACCO in one Don't you think your tobacco will be looked after PERSONALLY if you sell with DAY YOU GET HERE. CENTRAL HOUSE, or J. C. STONE, an HENRY S WALKER, of Jessamine County, who is manager at the LUTHER STIVERS old Madison Countv man and J. LESLIE KNIGHT at the OLD SHELBURNE HOUSED HOUSE, or MORGAN GENTRY at at the STIVERS HOUSE, or the BUCKLEY BOYS at the LEXINGTON toAll experienced tobacco men and are anxious to get you high prices for your GROWERS HOUSE. We can unload your tobacco and bacco We have one set of buyers selling in our house all the time. get you home the same day. Our Auctioneer is the best one that has ever been on this market. JAMES C. STONE, Try Us With a Load and You Will Sell The Balance of Your Crop With Us. President. And all the men and women merely children. They have their presents and rememBut the end thereof it shall be good. 1 & Again, the summer shall begoodalso." brances, , And one man in his time gets many DICKENS And CHRISTMAS. gifts. It has been remarked that if Charles His lot being seven series. At first the Dickens had not written his famous infant. C3 Christmas stories the Christmas cele- With his feeding spoons and rattles; bration as known in England and Then the trumphet and tin soldiers, American today would never have been. skates and sleigh This is probably an exaggerated stateAna fireman's helmet and then the lover ment, though the fact remains that it Sighing like a furnace with a gaudy was not until the beginning of the necktie nineteenth century that the Christmas Knit by hislady'sfingers. Then a hubby CLEAN season was so greatly regarded as a Showered by his friends with socks and season of giving and cheering and gengloves eral expression of joy. And pipes that will not draw, ink wells ORIGIN OF KISS UNDER MISTLEof brass TOE. And fountain pens that leak, or else There exists in some places the trasome painted dition that the girl who is not kissed China that his wife can use as well. under the mistletoe will not be married And then for a year. With us the old signifi- The middle aged of fair round belly cance and sacredness of the mistletoe a little cap have gone, leaving just charm enough To hide his shining pate. The sixth set to give the well known privilege to the sinks We Into the carpet slipper game or bad man who meets the girl beneath. took this custom from the beautiful cigars old Scandinavian lore, where the kiss A silver cutter, since his teeth are bad. t Because the Wheat is first screened, was originally of the apostolic variety. Last gift of all that ends this strange then washed and scoured. Eventful history is failing sight. ORIGIN Of THE YULE LOG. The Yule log in England is a relic of Then they bring a magnifying glass druidism. Its name is. believed to be For grandpa. - CLUBS PLANTING TREES. Because everything impure is removed a corruption of the wheeLlog, a wheel by our new process of cleaning. in druidical symbolism typifying the That the Middlesboro Woman's Club IB march of the sun. The lighting of the responded to Gov. McCreary's call for Yule fire is reminiscent of the sacred Arbor day celebration, November 6, fires kindled by the druids at midwinwas by appropriate Because under high Vaciuum pressure ter in the round towers which yet re- I The evidenced assisted by exercises. club was the Park to extract all dust and dirt under which main in many parts of Great Britain, i Commissioner of Middlesboro, who fur- &, the Wheat goes, renders it so. Ireland, France and Spain. nisned ZUU shade trees, which were ilf?l ' planted. SIGNIFICANCE OF HOLLY. Twelve hundred school chilM Why holly at Christmas? The pagan dren added to the partrjotisrn by sing- Because everything is separated from Romans dedicated the holly to Saturn, ing "America" while the High School fejJJ the pure nutritious part of the Wheat whose festival was in December, band called the citizens from far and Kernel. around Christmas. The early Chris near with their stirring airs. jgj tians, to escape persecution, decked After expending several hundred dollars and months of Jjg, their homes with holly and other hard work, we now announce with pride the above results, fej emblems. The Romans sent TRY A SACK. their friends holly sprigs during the Saturnalia with wishes for their health iH and prosperity. The undersigned hereby gve warnIRS ing to all persons not to trespass upon igm3'tfi,'iti.-- i && y00'XXG: SISTINE MADONNA Representing the Virgin, not as a our lands for any purpose whatever as will prosecute all offenders to ful mother, but as the all powerful queen we of the heavens, descending from clouas lest extent of the law. Hunters and. NOTICE. Resident Properly For Rent which are themselves composed of Fishermen especially take notice. G. W. Elam. R. L. Elkin. On Tuesday January 13th, 1914 the thousands of cherubs, Raphael's MaJ. W Sweeney stockholders of the Citizens National I desire to rent my property on Standonna di San Sisto, more commonly Ed & N B Price W. G. Anderson Bank of Lancaster, Ky., will hold an ford street, opposite the Christian known as the Sistine Madonna, ranks, John M. Farra J. H. & W. S. Weaver. B. L. Kelley. election at their banking house in church, for the year 1914. Any further by universal consent, as the greatest B. M. Lear. Lancaster, Ky., for the purpose of information can be furnished by Mr.W. painting in the world. And is one of S. C. Henderson, W. S. Embry electing seven directors to serve for A. J. Caddell, the most popular pictures at Christmas. T. West, at the Post Office. H. C. Arnold the ensuing year. Mrs. Pattie D. Gill. Mrs. Jennie West, THE SEVEN SETS OF PRESENTS. W. F. Champ, Cashier. We will add other names for 25 cents 12-- 4 -All the world's a Christmas tree, Tulsa, Okla. It. cash. i Cien LHy FLOUR. s o PURE I 1 I i Why Clean? Why Pure? I Why Sanitary? Why Wholesome? gj Sat-urni- POSTED 1 gj GARRARD MILLING CO. rSITrfcJa! T O the'storewith the flRS B 2 PP fill KvS afi ES I Li Lb 1- ilsflilyP Mahogany I I Tables of Gladness that breathes from every corner of this Great Christmas Store. Bounteous Gifts Stocks everywhere for everybody. nook and A thousand one An infinitely large variety at a price range that leaves uo Christmas desire unfitted. solutions of the problem, "What to Give." We ask you to visit our store, if only for the keen happy enjoyment it is sure to yield. Come to Lexington, friends, and share with us the Holiday xmas spirit is overflowing air A very pretty table with 24-inc- h -1 D CI Pretty Desk for JkA'M'Jil'"hia&i .......... top. WITH WELCOME GIFTS ii'HR .r,i a . f I ... s. i.tA.jj - mAu j E, l, MARCH grg5il A pretty selection in Mhy Morris daughter's room, large and roomy and a place for everything. Made in French and Colo- Made of Genuine Mahogany, has heavy ped- estal and roman feet. A splendid idea for the mother, sister or wife. Specially priced at $4.95.' Mahogany. rj Chairs, beautifully finished, satin finish and upholdstering in black Japasole, a comfortable Chair for husband or father. .N83l9.rfe " Specially nial styles and very attractively priced. We offer a Desk in genuine priced $16.60. A very large French Mahogany Libary Table, made of genuine Mahogany, and hand polished. 1 Ladies Desk, 28 inches long, 38 inches high, if ' ii "' A handsome, genuine Mahog beautifully finished and excellently equipped with drawers and pigeon holes. Specially Has large shelf below. Specially satin finished and made in a pure Shearton design. Piece is 60 inches long. Specially priced at any Buffet, """isri ' rnc NS 279. If priced $5.95. . priced at $1&.85. IHrn i $47.85. Lexington, Ky. THE LARGEST. HOUSE ii 11 Lexington, Ky. FURNISHING DEPARTMENT STORE IN LEXINGTON. 3 3E IF1E DC JL fi :c Page 4 The Central Record, Friday, Dec 12, 1 9 3. 1 Hw Ibbw Saturday, Dec Oth, .913 is the day we give away our Studebaker Wagon and three other prizes. This distribution will be made rain or shine. Don't fail to be at our store on this day. Following is the list of Articles. -- N ext SATURDAY, DEC, 20th. two-hor- se HHH bbHHbbI bB bbb HHI H HIH HHHHH HHI Number 1. One two horse Studebaker Wagon. Number 4. One Number 2. One 100 pound box Best Arbuckle Coffee. Number 3. One 300 pound barrel best Granulated Sugar. Follow the crowd to my store on the above date. 200 pound barrel best Patent Flour. House Of Quality. The Central Record with the trust question and has quite as clearly defined in his mind the proper remedy to handle organized wealth than any other legislator now serving in the Lower House at Washington. If the legislation he is now proposing can be enacted into law and the trusts are thereby destroyed without any financial crisis, he is easily one of the greatest democrats in the nation, and thereby will have done his party and the people the greatest public service. With these important undertakings entrusted to him at this time and with all the possibilities for party service and public usefulness, we ask democrats to think and answer for themselves this question; will it be wise to retire him at this time to private life and place in his stead at Washington, Gov. Beckham, totally inexperienced in National legislation. While it is true that Gov. McCreary has served at Washington, yet it is certain that he is not so in touch with these legislative matters that he can do the UBeful work for his country as can Mr. Stanley in this crisis of our party's history. We hold that the selection of a Senator at this time is of too much importance for democrats to be controlled by mere sentiment in placing their support. The future of our party de- pends upon the succeseful enactment into law of our party pledges, and we are of the opinion that Mr. Stanley is better quaunea at this time to serve the party than either of his opponents, Jas. I I I W. Smith, DAILY Lancaster, Ky. A Christmas Prayer For Children Who Work BY WALTER RAUSCHENBUSCH. THOU great Father of the weak, lay Thy hand tenderly on all the little children on earth and bless them. Bless our own children who are the life of d our life, and who have become the heart of our heart. Bless every little who has leaned against our knee and refreshed our soul by its smiling trustfulness. Be good to all children who crave in vain for human love, or for flowers and water, and the sweet breast of nature. But bless with a threefold blessing the young lives whose slender shoulders are already bowed beneath Let not the yoke of toil, and whose glad growth is being stunted torever. their little bodies be utterly sapped, and their minds given over to stupidity e of and the vicos of an empty soul. We have all jointly deserved the Thy wrath for making these little ones to stumble and fall. Grant all employ ers of labor, stout hearts to refuse enrichment at such a price. Grant to all the, citizens and officers of States which now permit this wrong the grace of holy anger. Help us to realize that every child in our nation is in very truth our child, a member of our great family. By the holy Child that ne3tled in Mary's bosom, by the memories of our own childhood joys and sorrows, by the sacred possibilities that slumber in every child, we beseech Thee to save us from killing the sweetness of young life by the greed of gain. O child-frienmill-ston- progress of the world without perceiv- IVWhen People come from Lincoln, ing a slow, gradual, vet inevitable ten- Boyle, Jessamine, Mercer and Madison dency to higher and better things. counties to buy goods there must be incorporated. And notwithstanding the triumphs of some good cause, investigate. $1.00 a year. Issued Weekly. Hurry. H. T. Logan. the human intellect in overcoming the physical burdens of life, the greatest ROBINSON. Editor. J boons have resulted for the increasing f atfinlir Srvirc R. L. ELKIN. Business Manager. humanity of man for man. No better' . C.athohc services were held at the example of the growing conscience and entered at the Pot Office in Lancaster, Ky., residence of Mr. N. Miller on Wednes- sense of responsibility of man can be as Second Class Mall Matter. thought of than the associated charities ! day morn,n: Member Kentucky Press Association that are working all over the country, j Paper Wanted, and Charity was formerly considered the private privilege of the individual. It We Eighth District Publishers League. anxj0U3 t0 obtain a copy afe -- ' is now held to be the solemn and f the Record of date of August 29f . ..U.U.U.C CUIUU.UIUV. ; jg uuV ui If anyone hag a copy of th;3 Lancaster, Ky., December 12, 1913. rven uncie aain is laKing a nana in date for which they have 1.0 the matter and ordering no letters ad would be glad to have it. dressed to Santa Claus thrown in the Rates For Political Announcements waste basket, but turned over to some Fire On Tne "Cnute." For Precinct and Citv Offices . . .$ 5.00 charitable association, but even with Vr County Offices ... 10.00 this precaution many will be the tear About 3 o'clock Sunday afternoon stained eyes of little children, weeping fire wa3 discovered in a house on the For State and District Offices. . . . 15.00 .10 for Calls, per line because Santa Claus did not call at "Chute" belonging to Cary Mullins 10 Cor Cards, per line their homes. So we are asking our and occupied b Tommie Adams, colall publications in the interreaders, amid the happiness and joys ored. The department responded of the Christmas season, to think of promptly, bat the flames had gamed est of individuals or expression of individual views, per This does not apply to those less fortunate. Half of your such headway that tha building was 10 line pleasure at Christmas will be derived almost a total loss before the flames Obituaries, per line 05 from making others happy. Give were extinguished. residents of Lancaster. something, be it ever so little, to the child to whom Christmas otherwise Would Be A Great Convenience. would mean so little. From the unusually large crowd of democrats who gathered to hear Mr. The Danville Messenger is earnestly A. O. Stanley speak at the court house Hudson & Hughes adv. on page 3 is advocating- anf automobile line between last County Court day, one could fairly Danville and Lancaster, the schedule a corker. Judge his candidacy for the Senate is to be so arranged as to meet the varitaken seriously here. In his speech Santa Clause has arrived at Mrs. W. ous trains on the- - Q and C road during . he made plain the issues between himH. Ward's call and see him. ADVERTISING 18 'I' mm the day. This service would be a great Beck-iiaself and his opponent, convenience and' very acceptable to the and, in addition, stated in unine mercnants ot Lancaster are If you are looking for useful Xma3 majority of the people in both towns, ; OF BUSINESS, AUD IT making herculean efforts to secure the mistakable words his position upon Bsmos SUCCESS TO present call on H. T. Logan when one as well as along the route. However, public questions before the lion's share of the home trade, they dollar will make them do double duty. we have heard of both trunk and m- people. It is well understood that by are spending their money in exploiting l terurban lines coming to Lancaster, this visit and his speech he has made their wares as they never did before, we have seen automobile lines establish flmitmas Bazaar. many warm and enthusiastic support- they have wandered from the beaten ed only to quit business after a short ers in this county. His friends knew paths of advertising and sought the Miss Lena Bright will hold a bazaar but sad experience, and yet we are that he came to a place where there new and novel, have devised new for the sale of Christmas novelies on depending on the L. & N to transport was considerable sentiment for both schemes to attract people to town and next Saturday, Dec 13th. at her home us to and from home. Gov. McCreary and Mr. Beckham. to induce them to inspect their wares. on Water street. Many new and novel We believe however, that the greater Nor is this all, "they have the goods" articles will feature this sale, and the part of the support given both these and the prices are attractive, more at- busy mother and house wife will save Balloon Ascension A-- Great Success. .gentlemen is based principally upon tractive perhaps than was ever known both money and time by patronizing The balloon ascension which was .sentiment. Be that as it may, we in Lancaster. Their stocks are new, this worthy lady. scheduled to be pulled off on last Sat .know that the candidacy of Mr. Stan-le- y clean and up to date and compare favurday afternoon was postponed be Paltry Fancier's. is growing in favor rapidly. And orably, not only with neighboring cause of inclement weather, it was to why should it not with all thoughtful towns of our size, but with those of Garrard County will be well represent- "go up" on Monday afternoon, but the 5 Democrats? The selection at this time the cities, and all they ask is that you weather again interfered. However, ed of a United States Senator is next in give their stocks an inspection, give thisat the poultry show at Richmond on Tuesday afternoon Mr. Bankston week. Mr. Russell Brown who them an opportunity to show you then- importance to that of a President. has some rare birds of the Rhode made what was pronounced to be the Our party at this time is facing a goods and let you see for yourself if LanIsland Red variety, nice pen on prettiest ascension eTer seen in test. What it does or fails to do in you cannot do as wall at home as ab exhibition also Mr. has aM. caster. He ascended to a height of, John Mount an the next two years will determine its road when you go a shopping. well we do not know exactly, but it enthusiastic destiny. If success follows In view of the above facts, do yon horn variety,breeder of the White Leg- looked to us like about a mile, before future will be there with the these forward legislative steps with not think that there is a certain goods. W hope to hear good results severing his first parachute, he dropcontinued prosperity, then, long tenure amount of consideration due the home ped from three seperate and distinct (Next to Court House) from these popular fanciers. of power with a glorious future is his- merchants at your hands? Perhaps parachutes and his descent was as tory already written. If mistakes be you live in a remote section of the Santa Clans is the President of the graceful and successful as his ascenmade, followed by financial ruin and county, closer to some town in an ad- North Pole Manufacturing Co., a con- sion. Mr. Bankston is one of the most for your Xmas wants. disaster, we are doomed to defeat, and joining county, yet your home is in cern which was created through the daring as well as successful aeronauts Garrard, it is your county, you pay our party is a wreck. merger of the good cheer corporation in the business. We have, under wise leadership at taxes here, her interests are your in- and the toyland distributing company. Everything AtaMelj lew Washington, revised the tariff accord- terests, do you not think then you can Higjn Sdittl Notes. subserve those interests by pat- It makes a business of catering to ing to promise, with results generally best children. The Santa Clause Co. never satisfactory. A disposition of the cur ronizing your county merchants? (Continued.) Digest these facts, think over them had any opposition until grown people Prices rency question is now in sight with i Mrs. Dolly Brown was a visitor at wanted to be catered to and now there carefully and we are sure they will utistti OUWI loiirti j J will redeem our patty """ a concern called the S. P. U. G. our school Tuesday morning. pledges and which also promises to belalr,Ke vou as be,nS but just. Then society, which is working The Furnace is. working and is giving in opposition satisfactory to the general public. But . when you are compelled to buy mer-- 1 to the Santa Claus society, but so BEAUTIFUL far perfect satisfaction. chandise, at least give the merchants in the next party pledge we aie to has done little harm. Bro. Chumbley was a very welcome tackle, we take hold ot the greatest in your home town an opportunity to visitor at our school Monday morning of all, the Trust Question. Most every show you what they have, inspect their Mr. Ray Orrell Loses Florida Property and gave us a very interesting talk. goods, and all things being equal, purphase of business in the country is in Bro's Tinder and Smith were TuesBy Fire. .some way connected with a Trust. chase at home. On the other hand, day morning visitors. The latter took Our party has pledged remedial Legis- after giving their wares a thorough We are in receipt of a copy of the lation along this line, and the party inspection, if you are convinced that Fort Pierce (Fla.) News of December charge of the exercise. you can do better elsewhere, of course Lets buy a Graphanoli. wno among . UUIUIIUUlOj UUIUd, must meet mat pledge. 5th, which contains an account of the our party leaders will prove wise enough ij HCI1 oi us .s seeking to make everv burning of a house in that city, the There will be no more exercises on to suggest and formulate the law that uuuur nave as mucn purcnasing power property of Mr. Ray B. Orrell. The Friday mornings until after Xmas. Seals, Tie Holders and will destroy the Trust and at the same as possible, then buy where you think article is rather vague, in that it fails Attention Ladies. time will not distuib the business of you can do best. But by all means to state whether or not Mr. Orrell ocLeather Goods. country? Mr. Stanley is recognized give the home people an opportunity cupied the house. The the structure was Just received a large line of furs at you first. at Washington as the leader in Washdamaged to the amount of $200. and from one of the largest fur house of ington to formulate and introduce thij was fully covered by insurance. Mr. New York. We can save you 50 per cent Gift Books, New Novels and law upon which the party will hang its "And now abideth Faith, Hope and Orrell married Miss Ethel Dunn of on them. Let us prove to you. it hopes. He is perhaps more familiar Charity." No one can survey the I Lancaster. Childrens Books. H. T. Logan. Conner MM and Central Record ONE YEAR rr For $3.50 W I Southern Railway. PREMIER CARRIER OF THE SOUTH. 0VR WANT ADS. - WORK WONDERS Direct Line to Ex-Go- v. nt ABC YOU 'MKHHMIMMHMMt ', Louisville, St Louis and The West. Two Through Trains Daily. Leave Danville at 5:25 a. m. 5:40 p. m. Arrive Louisville at 8:40 a.m" 9:10 p. m. Arrive St. Louis at 5:40 p. m. 7:31 a. m. Through Pullman Steeping Cars on both trains. Cafe, Parlor Car on day train. No change. Lv Danville 7:30 a. m. Ar Louisville 11:10 a. m. Local Train. For any information write, B. HARRIS TODD, District Passenger Agent. Starks Building. LOUISVILLE, KY. When In Danville Shopping Stop a- t- Davis Drug Store. GO SOUTH TH3S WINTER Go where fair skies, ideal weather, and outdoor enjoyment dispel all thought 01 winter's discomfort. WINTER TOURIST FARES NOW AVAILABLE VIA INCLUDING FLORIDA, NEW ORLEANS, PANAMA "LAND OF THE SKY." TICKETS ON SALE DAILY. ATTRACTIVE STOP-OVE- R LONG RETURN TO ALL RESORTS OF THE SOUTH AND LIMIT. PRIVILEGES. EQUIPMENT, SERVICE AND SCENERY UNSURPASSED. For details consult any Ticket Agent or write KING, Passenger and Ticket Agent, 101 East Main H. C. St, Lexington, Ky. Ivory Goods, Stickers, PolonHoro Rarric -- - Worth Buying They Are Worth Talking About. If You Have Goods Bayers Mast Be Informed. BRBMvXBTI '. pi if " -- 1 RICHMOND. KY. A late. Training ADVE RTI A DV E S E! 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BBMlggaaHgga 0306a403a$0frg0$0aCteO3li XS'tSW$-S'Mg:mrettMbraMMKKMiBWH:m'hi)rggg gHlhMrilMMlMMiCMrffot!Mta!h!MIHBIg QQ&&fr&&&fr&&&&fy&Sfr&frt&Qti ."c J- - The Central Record, Friday, Dec. 12 1913 Page 5 i k H H 1 Hl ;k5 H I b . H III III I on every SUIT and COAT in our house and those interested in wearing apparel should see them before buying. Compare our values and prices with any sale now going on and judge for yourself. t I 4 Reduction In Shoes, Wool Dress Goods and Silks. The 1 Joseph I Mercantile Miss Mary Lee Lear has been in Stanford visiting her cousin, Miss Allie Russell Fish. Senator George T. Farris came from Frankfort Saturday on business and retnrned on Sunday. Mrs. Jack Adams has returned from a visit to her daughter, Mrs. Ed England, in Atlanta, Georgia. Mrs. Givens Terrill, visiting friends. Company is in Danville I I I! & 6b SEE OUR THE STORE THAT FORCES THEIR' COMPETITORS TO SALE. MMBHUMHMMMMi 5, 10 A set of Graniteware given with each Range sold until December 20th. and 15 cent Counter. All Useful Articles. FREE Gossip About People vvv A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings by Those wc Are interested in. A SOUVENIER with each cash purchase of one dollars worth offtoods J. R. MOUNT, SON & CO. 3C L 31 IE y, S are all open now and reapy for your inspection. Bring your children and let them view the wonders from toyland. FREE-L- ittle TOYS be given to some little girl. Why not you? OUR Miss Brunette Arnold. Mrs. Paul Miss Bessie Patton, is n Louisville Arnold and Paul Jr. were guests of relfor a visit to friends. atives in Richmond Saturday and SunReverend J. W. Beagla was in London day. for a visit of several days. Mrs. A. H. Rice, of Richmond, Ind., Mrs. J. A. Amon left this week for is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. H- - Clay special treatment in Cincinnati. Sutton at their attractive suburban Mrs. Marshall K. Denny, entertained home. at a well appointed course dinner, Jake Grau has arrived from Louisville and has taken his old position at Mrs. I. M. Bruce, of Stanford has the tobacco warehouse with Will been a recent visitor in Lancaster. Speath. William E. Walker, of Jellico, was Miss Elizabeth Gibbs is at home after here Sunday for a visit to his relatives. a two weeks stay with relatives and Mrs. George Ballew came down from friends in Lexington and Fayette Richmond last week for a visit to rel- County. atives. We have Girls Who Want A Pretty Doll-FR- EE a beautiful $16.00 and $5.U0 Doll that is to Come in and let us explain to you. R. ' S. "" BROWN ir 1L DC I S 1 J When Women P m m S5 I POINT to the Mrs. Ed Price gave a 6 o'clock course Mrs. Mildred Beazley, is in Stanford, dinner Friday for Mr. George Ballew for a stay with her danghter, Mrs. Wm. and bride (nee Miss Lucy Francis), of Hays. this city. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Price were in DanMrs. J. Rockwell Smith entertained ville Friday visiting Dr. and Mrs. S. at an elaborate dinner in the Manse for r ' "" P. Grant. Reverend C. M. Chumbley, of' Dublin Lewn Herndon came Friday for a Georgia. few days visit to hit father Cap't Wm. Mrs. B. F. Hudson was hostess for a Herndon. course dinner at her home on Danville The Chautauqua Circle met Tuesday street, the invitation list including only with the teachers at the home of Mrs. relatives. Alex Walker. Mesdames James Burnam Woods and Miss Agnes Miles is at home after a Ernest Woods of Paint Lick were guests pleasant visit to Miss Susan Buford, of on Friday of Mesdames James Ramsey Nicholasville. and W. O. Goodloe. Miss Minnie Brown is at home from George Walker, of K. M. I. returned a visit to Miss Kathleen, Hanley of Monday after spending Thanksgiving Nicholasville. with his mother, Mrs. Alice Walker. Chas A. Speath of Louisville was the Jessamine Journal. guest of Mr. and Mrs. Will Speath at Misses Clara, Anna, and Carrie Miller Kengarlan Sunday. of Charleston West Va.' will be at home Mr. and Mrs. Harry Elmore and to spend the holidays with theirparents little daughter, are at homefrom a stay Mr. and Mrs. N. Miller. in Atlanta, Georgia. Mr. and Mrs. James A. Beazley gave Rev. C. M. Chumbley during his stay a dinner at their home in Hill Court for in Lancaster was the guest of Dr. and Mr. 'A. C. Miles and daughter, Miss Mrs. J. B. Kinnaird. Agnes Miles, of Buckeye. WHITE SWAN FLOUR as the best of all, they know what they are about. If there is one thing women can judge well, it is flour. Tell your grocer to send you a sack of the WHITE SWAN FLOUR next time. If you do not declare it the best you ever used you will be the first to whom the WHITE SWAN FLOUR has not successfully appealed. I I s 1 I 1 I r" ROYAL BAilN6 Powder Is the Housewife9s Greatest Help. light, flaky, fruit short cake or a delicate hot biscuit? I Lancaster Elevator & Flour Mills 1 L s IS! WHAT so tempting toasthe a appetite Royal makes the perfect Your Little Girl just loves to have everything prepared for your comfort when you come home from work or business. The fire in the i ti healthfulness of all risen flour-food- s. short cake, biscuit and muffin, and improves the flavor and mBMMMM .v grate all set, the easy chair, the comfortable old slippers placed temptingly in front of the fire. Do the right thing by her and see that there is plenty of COAL. Sure you don't want us to send you a ton now? vr 'm Lancaster Lumber & M'fg Go. and short cake more digestible and nutritious, at the same time making them more attractive and appetizing. Royal Baking Powder is indispensable for the preparation all the year round of perfect foods. It renders the biscuit, hot-bre- ad Mr. W. H. Whaley, of Paris was an in our town Sun ( YOU'LL FIND IT IN THIS JLUMN.j Mrs. Carlton Elkin, and Miss Joan day. n Mount were recent Visitors in StanMiss Lena Bright will be at home to ford. her friends, at her home on Water Maple trees for sale. I. P. Thompson Reverend Patrick Davis and Mrs. street, Saturday. Davis, left Monday for their hone in Fresh oysters always, at Currey's. The Linen Shower given by Mrs Jas Franklin. A. Royston in honor of Miss Alice Every thing for your black cake at She Mrs. George D. Robinson, and little Henderson was a great success. Ball's. sons, will leave in a few weeks for a was the happy recipient of many handsome and beautiful gilts. Hudson & Hughes adv. on page 3 is stay in Georgia. The members of the Christain church a corker. Mr. Landram, of London, has accepted a position as assistant agent in the are solicited to send gifts for the Mrs. W. H. Ward's has a fresh stock Orphans Home in Louisville; Sunday of L. & L. depot. candies and fruits. morning the children of the Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Elkin, W. B. school are asked to contribute toys Special bargains in trimmed and Burton, and the Misses Gill, motored to for the box. un trimmed hats. Lexington recently. Mrs. Ada Kinnaird. The admiring friends of Mrs. Lenny Mr. A. K. Walker, has been a suf- Miller, made through her fine acting in i Full line of hand painted china, at ferer for some days past with the "Mr. Bob", will be pleased to know Currey's. prevailing epidemic "grip". that she scored even a greater hit at Paint Lick. The people of Paint Lick Pure open kettle New Orleans mol Miss Annie Margaret Elkin will leave were loud in their praise of this ver- asses, at Ball's. next week for a visit to her brother satile young woman. Govel Organ for sale call at Mrs. C. Dr. Wm. Elkin in Atlanta Georgia. Friends of Dr. Virgil Gibney Kin- D. Powell. Mrs. T. J. Price, returned Monday naird will be pleased to know that he night from a short visit to her sister, has had an honor conferred upon him, AH ingredients for fruit cake, at Currey's. Miss Sarah Washburn, of Louisville. being appointed by competitive examFOR SALE:-Florence Heater, alMrs. J. L. Davis, and little daughter. ination, to a position in the Kings Maud, will go to Lexington to spend County hospital, of New York Citv and most new. Mrs. Susan Fisher. the Christmas holidays with relatives, will assume his new duties January 1st. Mrs. Ed. C. Gaines, entertained on Leave orders for Magazines at Mrs. Wm R. Cook, will spend part of Monday evening at a 6 o'clock dinner. Stormes Drug Store. the Christmas holidays in Louisville, The guests were limited to only a few Mrs. Dolly Brown. with her friend, Mrs. Ernest Sprague. friends Reverend C. M. Chumbley and Lost: A ladies silver mesh purse Mrs. E. L. Owsley, expects to be his fiancee, Miss Alice Henderson, with her little friend, Miss Hope Reverend J. Rockwell Smith and Mrs. and some money near W. H. Lackey's Gordoer, in Louisville, during the Smith, Mr. and Mrs. James A. Roys-to- store, please return to this office. holidays. ' Xmas will soon be here 1502.50 in premiums will be given away free Mrs. Calvin E. Galloway and son B. One years subscription to the Record Dec. 24th. Hnny H. T. Logan. M. btagner of Richmond Ky. were would make an ideal Christmas gift. week end guests of their aunt Mrs. J Garrard County teachers; get your P. Doty. See the Kitchen Cabinet on display Christmas fruit and candies for the Mrs. Emma Higginbotham is making at Hurt & Anderson'3, given away free children, at Currey'3. a visit to her niece, Mrs. Joe Elder, of by H. T. Logan. Just received our Christmas line of Danville, and sister, Mrs. F. F. Burk, Santa Claus was the fir3t man to em- china, the prettiest and the nicest line of Junction City. ploy reindeers as a means of transpor- we ever sold for the money, come in Misses Jane and Mary Doty, enter- tation and still sticks to them despite and let us show you. W. B. Ball. tained the Henderson-Chumble- y bridal the modern inovations of the airship See the handsome Mahogany bedparty, on Tuesday evening at a delicious and automobile. room set on display at Hurt & Andercourse luncheon. son's to be given away by H. T. Logan Bojie-Noe- l. Miss Allie Arnold, of Pittsburg, Dec. 24th. Hurry. Penn,, is expected home to spend the Miss Sally B. Bogie and Mr. Louis We have traded for 2 cars of good Christmas holidays with her sisters, Noel, both of the Buckeye section of straight lumber and not being in the Misses Rella and Mary Arnold. of the county, were quietly married business will sell in quantitys at a low Misses Maso.i, Noland, Brashear and Wednesday afternoon at the home of price. Dean have moved their boarding house the officiating minister, Rev. J. W. Garrard Milling Co. to Mrs. W. L. Lawson's on account of Beagle, in this city. The bride is the illness of Mrs. Alex Walker. beautiful and accomplished Mid is the Do You Want A farm? Mrs. James M. Staughton, has daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mark Bogie, If so write or see W. returned to her home in Covington while the groom i3 a prosperous young Harrodsburg, Ky. Splendid T. Ewing farms rangfarmer and quite capable and deservafter a visit of several weeks with her f ing of this popular young bride. The ing from $50 to $100 an acre. mother, Mrs. H. A. B. Marksbury. Record joins the host of friends of this A Scoth Collie is great protection for Mrs. C. H. Clark and children have popular couple and wish them both women and children, a good watch dog returned to their home in Lexington much happiness. & best stock drivers known. Pedigreed after spending a week with their pups for sale, ready to go, bargains. parents Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Bourne. Henderson-ChumbleW. B. Mason, Jr. Friday evening of Christmas week, "Love thee?-Swell, so tenderly the teachers in the christian Sunday AH persons having claims against the Thou'rt loved, adored by me. school will give an entertainment and Fame, fortune, wealth and liberty estate of T. W. Thompson will present treat for the pupils of their various Were worthless without thee; same to us, or our Attorney L. L. classes. Though brimmed with blessings pure Walker, properly proven at once. and rare, Thompson and Bratton. Prof. Ben Evans has sufficiently reLife's cup before me lay, Admrs. covered from his recent injury as to be able to sit up and converse with his Unless thy love were mingled there, I'd spurn the draught away." friends and is on the road to complete On Wednesday morning at 10 oclock recovery. Miss Minnie May Robinson, will at the home of the bride's cousin, Capt. Doty, Reverend Charles M. entertain the Junior Christian EndeavoJ J. A. Chumbley, of Dublin, Georgia and Miss on Buckeye Society Friday evening. An evening Alice Henderson, of Pensacola Florida, pike, a white, female bird pup. with of pleasure is in anticipation by the were united in marriage, the Reverend black over right eye, 6 months old. younger set. J. Rockwell Smith officiating. Before Reward if returned to. The Woman's Club, will give a recep- the arrival of the bridal party an in Chester Lewis, Lancaster, Ky. tion at the club room on Dec. 26th. teresting musical program was renderChristmas decorations of holly will be ed by Miss Helen Gill. The ribbon An election will be held at The Natused mo3t lavishly to give Christmas bearers, little Miss Lucile Ramsey and ional Bank of Lancaster Ky, Tuesday cheer to all the guests. Master Claude Rice Gaines were be January 13th, 1914 between the hours Mrs. Chas. Collier, who returned the comingly attired in all whita with red of 10 and 2 o'clock for the purpose of first of the week from a visit to Lan- as a touch of color. The bndt. a electing seven directors to serve for caster and Richmond, spent Monday daughter of the late Col. John Hender- the ensuing year. S. C. Denny, Cashier. arid Tuesday the guest of Miss Lola son of this county is well known in this her native town, she having taught Yeager in this city. Pinnacle News. in Garrard College. She is modest and For Rent. Mrs. W. B. Moss entertained at her unassuming in manner and a devoted avenue Saturday church worker in her chosen faith, th home on Lexington Five room cottage with bath, sink in evening; at a six o'clock dinner. The Presbyterian, and will add much help- kitchen, electric lights, and all necessguests of honor being, Mr. and Mrs. fulness to her husband in his efforts. ary out buildings. Big garden and lot. Pat Davis, Mr. G. M. Patterson, Mr. The groom, a Virginian, is well known Can givn possession at once. E. C. Stultz and Rev. S. H. Pollitt. R. T. Embry. in Lancaster as he held the partorate Mr. Sand Mrs. J. B. Kemper, of of the Presbyterian church here for Bargain Htre. Kansas City, who spent most of the several years, and is now located at Georgia. The newly wedded To close out our partnership, we will summer with Garrard relatives, have Dublin, gone to Birmingham Alabama, to be pair left at once for a bridal trip to sell at a bargain, 60 acres of land, two guests for the winter of Reverend Atlanta and a number of other South- miles from Lancaster. ern cities. Herndon & Walker. Anderson ard Mrs. Anderson. "interested" visitor A n. t-- I y. o 2t Lost Page 6 The Central Record, Friday, Dec STATE BOARD OF HEALTH OF KENTUCKY 12, 1913. Bowling Green, Ky., Dec, 9, 1913. WARNING AGAINST SMALLPOX To the Health and Fiscal Officials of Kentucky: HURRY DP SALE ALL SEASONABLE MERCHANDISE. Smallpox has been stamped out over and over again in every county in the State in recent yews, but official Reader, will you have yourself and every unprotected person for whom you are responsible vaccinated at three places on the clean arm today, and watch the result until certain the protection is complete. By ordr of the Board. John G. South, M. D. President. A. T. McCormack, M.D. Secretary. Doctors Use This for Eczema mt-c- in- 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 O Jsnwl o (D news spreads. Satisfied Buyers are Advertising This Sale More Than Any thing Else. It's the Best Kind of Advertising for us too. O o i Oprtiitj A i KiitiEE at loir O J DOOR. Its to your own interest to see our prices before buying y o O 55 Genuine Money Saving Opportunity. A Real Chance to Buy High-Cla- ss formation is coming in to the Board almost daily that the disease has again appeared in many widely separated sections, as it has in adjoining states, and that, because of the lack of vaccination, and of its mildness, the disease seems so inclined to "break over official control so early in the cold season as to threaten a widespread and costly epidemic, unless the officials, physicians and people are organized to recognize, and meet the danger. Since January 1898, smallpox jjas prevanea more or less extensively in every county in Kentucky, with a tn tal of over 25,000 cases, and 335 deaths, costnig-icash from county and city treasuries, as shown by official reports, the immense total sum of $625,650, and an estimated loss from interference with business of 1.500,000. Judiciously expended, this would be more than enough to keep every one of our peo- pie vaccinated for a generation, and as shown by the experience of Germany and other perfectly protected countries, make anything but an imported case of this disease an impossibility. In the face of these facts, and of the conclusion of the scientific world after full investigation, that vaccination properly done on a clean arm with re liable virus, is a certain preventive and is free from danger, it is estimated that over 40 per cent of the people, and in the country districts of many j counties, over 90 per cent are unpro- ictmu iiuui I.H13 luaiiiboint." uisease. In such communities, an imported case, especially a mild one who can go around freely all the time, or after the few points of eruption appear and the fever subsides, and visit his kin and friends, is usually like a spark in dry stubble, an epidemic is on, which often spreads to distant communities and counties by a repetition of these con- J I ' dltlOnS. J3 P- -l Uroncnl.l Dr. Evans. Dr. Holmes, the well known skin speof Health, says: "There is almost no relation be- cialist writes: "I am convinced that the tween skin diseases ami the blootl." The D.D.D. Prescription Is as a specific h skin must be cured through the skin. for eczema as iulnine for malaria. 1 The rerms must be- 'washed out. and so have been prescribing the D.D.D. remet'y salves have Ions aso been found worth- for It will take away the ltc'i less. The most advanced physicians of you apply it. this country are now agreed on this, and the instantwe are so sure of what D.D D In fact, are prescribing a wash of nintergreen. thymol and other ingredients for eczema will do for you that we will be la 3 itucKF.ri-:- . and all other skin diseases. This com- to let wu have a Jl bottle on our pound is Lnorn as D.D.D. Prescrlptioa that It will cost yon nothing ' you find that it does the worU for Eczema. Mr. Loyd Sanders and family, and R. E. McRoberts & Son. Miss Orline Anderson of Crab Orchard, were guests of Mrs. Hiram Ray Sun- day. Mrs. Million of Valley View, Miss Bu)ah Hendren and Mrs. Dillion of Madison county were guests of Mrs. Cecil Broadus. Rev. H. M. DeMoss, subject for oaiuraay aiternoon will ne So Hamon came in, Sunday morning. 'and they stood every man in his place" and Sunday night, Life and Death." See This Class Day and Evening Classes 3 Mrs. Sarah Moberly, wife of D. B. See the interest they take in the "maYou may join either our Day or Even Moberly died at her home here Wedchine way' ' in shorthand. See how easily ing Stenotype class whichever is most nesday December 3rd, age seventy-nin- e they take dictation at high speed. Sec convenient for you. them read each others' notci readily, years. She was born in Madison The same careful instruction the accurately. county, professed faith in Christ as y same expert instructors will be found in Ask them what they think of her personal Savior many years ago, both classes. and why they prefer the chine way." and joined the Salem church, after We teach both the "machine way" which she united with the Baptist and the "hand way" in shorthand. You You Learn to Operate may compare both, then choose which, church here. However being an in you prefer. valid for many years she could not at Only 22 Keys tend services, but was always interested in the wellfare of the church. She See Us Today Stenotypy is simply English spelling leaves an aged husband, one son, and with the silent letters dropped. The See the "shorthand machine" in opnotes are printed in plain type, always a host of relatives and friends to eration. See it write notes in plain accurate, always easy to read. Such notes mourn her loss, the funeral services English a word at a stroke. are as legible a year later as the day they took place at the Gilead church in "vere printed. We'll gladly demonstrate the StenoMadison county, after which the body type to you. You can then best decide was laid to rest in the cemetery at A Bigger Salary for You which method you prefer. that place. Bring your father or mother with you. Business men want this machine racy, this machine speed. It means more Bring a friend who knons shorthand get their opinion of Stenotypy. and better letters for them. For this greater efficiency, they offer premium Don't wait. If you cannot call during salary. So Stenotypists get good posthe day, call Monday, Wednesday or itionsat the start. Friday evening. , Having sold my farm which lies 1$ miles West of Bryantsville, I will on this farm on SATURDAY DECEMBER 20th, an 10 o'clock. A. M. sell the following Four yearling described property. mules, one two year old mule, one pair 0f good work mules, seven and eight jruc--ante- e My Students Write It Sten-otyp- Public Sale. Danville fmirm,C l.ro.1 tr. .lonkc st u o o oo Ciothi 2u Shoes and Furnishing Goods, Ladies Garments. Ready-to-we- ar Hats. Is 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 st o o o Hurry Up Prices on everything in the house. Below we mention a few Hurry Up Prices which holds good through our- entire - 0 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. . S) 3.69 4.3o 4. IO Ladie's all wool Serge Drssses up to $10. Hurry Up Prices a 0 CO i i s- LadieS Ready-to-WeSuits, Dresses, Coats and Costumes at Hurry Up Prices. ar $15.00 and $18.00 Suits and Coats. Hurry Up Price 9.98 We could Mention hundreds, hundreds and hundreds of articles that you will need before Xmas at hurry prices. Come and see. -, -- I IE 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. . Under existing conditions, when all three of these mares safe for women to have reason to be on the lookout for drive, one two year old filly, two yearl-fircases or suspicious svmntnms. ine horse colts, three iersev cows, one there is no longer any excuse for phys- - to be fresh in January, one sow and lcians who fail to recognize and eight pigs, one binder, one mower, one promptly report the disease. Except j rake, one drill, one buggy, and harness, chickenpox, which almost never oc- - one Frazier cart, one two horse wagon, curs in adults, it does not look like and good as new, a lot of loose hay and the symptoms do not point to anything some baled hay. Other farming else. When unvaccinated frown npn. I implements too numerous to mention. nip hnvp M.. AnmfiAn ,n nm . nn v(uj,uvl, (IJ any .:& ' f tuiuiuuuiiy also all my household ana kitchen at this time, they should be rigidly furniture. isolated until some competent authoriTerms will be liberal and made known ty decides that it is not smallpox. It on day of sale. should be constantly borne in Mind, J. L. SLOAN, too, that there are no such diseases as Bryantsville, Ky "Elephant. Itch", "African Itch". Col. I. M. Dunn, Auctioneer. "Army Itch", "Cedar Itch", or "Cuban Itch". In all of the hundreds of instances where the disease was s f--y under these and other misleading names our reports found only unmistakable, mild smallpox. The virus from all modern vaccine farms may be relied on as pure but unless it is kept cool in transit and in coring, it rapidly loses its protective value and often becomes not imnnrp but inert. For this -- reason, and be cause it is more certain to take and causes less local and constitutional distOJF turbance, humanized virus is recommended, especially in the country districts where the family physician can select it from the arms of healthy IF YOU WILL PERMIT children and girls. If the scabs thus selected are sealed in tissue and put in us to demonstrate to you the need a dry, cool place they can be kept in- of Insurance, we are satisfied that definitely, and a return to this plan you will no longer be without it. will bring protection within reach of the people of most country districts. Leavel-Heade- d It is unlawful to remain unvaccinated ' at any time, but in the face of exist- men realize the importance of In ing conditions intelligent people should surance; but Iwe wish to talk to not wait for the law to force them to those who are not fully aware of the an evident duty. There is little senti- advantages of Insurance, and rement against doing this here, and if spectfully solicit an opportunity to the people could be persuaded of its great importance and freedom from to give them information. danger and the work carried on systematically for a few weeks we would FRISBIE & THOMAS, be free from this disease, and if future generations were properly educated LANCASTER, KY. upon this subject we would never have Offue Citizens National Bank. any more smallpox. Business School. Tie Fastest Writing Machine in the World sTTm ... I r PAINT-MASTIC A Lessoiv iiv Real Economy Take two houses both alike Spend about $50 to MASTIC-PAINthe other go unpainted T one-- Let Offer them both for sale You'll wonder why the unpainted house finds no buyer at even $500 less than the MASTIGPA1NTED house will bring. At the beginning both houses represented equal value. IJIEr'lQgeD TSUfiSNCE The Lesson : A few gallons of MASTIC PAINT properly applied at the right time greatly increases the value of your property. d Your building needs painting Right Now, but don't use paints. It may be cheaper at the start, but d or is cosdy and unsatisfactory in the end. keg-leahand-mixe- More than Forty years the t- - i-- PAINT For Real Economy use MASTIC Excellence Standard of rlVJl.il. IT rr Aslc for beautifully illustrated book " Homes and How to Paint Thiem and color chart showing H3 cutterent color combinations. Visit thi3 store and let us tell YOU all about the merits of MASTIC PAINT. R. E McRoberts and Son. w$m& sk aIked painJ si wotF g Laju Lancaster, Ky. 3Sa CijTSlK WHjIE "Uht Kind That ..ksSfeUkjfirftsdfckJk kshasBsAssAtAluStlSs BWnFWrWrJ VinftloH Viw trio ssf Tiit Uta fnllrkTirinrf Jvi-nlrc- sissssisssrrBWCsJl X MR. ALLEN SAVED FINE HAMS. Tells Our Farmers How They Can Avoid The Spoiling of Their THIRTY-NIN- E 1 iil-Co- li Sanitary COMPANY, OF LANCASTER, KY. Bill ( Besides giving the best values on earth, we give away, Dec 24th the largest premium list ever offered by any firm in Central Ky. ONLY LOST ONE. and good." Mr. W. G. Hayden, of Maxwell, Kentucky declares the Salter to be worth its weight in gold. Says he could not save his joints without it. So does Mr. C. M. Taylor of Owensboro, Kentucky. Mr. Wm. Wilson, of t'hilpot, Kentucky and Dr. J. W. Ellis, of Masonville, Kentucky. Nearly 4000 of the instruments are now in use without a single complaint from anyone, says Mr. Turley. The price 13 really insignificant when its value to every farmer is considered. The saving of a single ham and shoulder or two small hams will more than pay for it. Besides, it will last a lifetime., "I will send it for $5 postpaid with money-bac- k guarantee to anyone by re turn mail and I will advise all who desire to insure their joints against spoil ing to get one at once. T. , MINT' COLA in clear or brown bottles. AL- 3 5- $502.50 xn. In Premiums X Pork Joints. To those farmers who haven't as yet killed their hogs for fear of losiug their joints, as has been the case with so many of others who killed sometime ago and lost so much of their meat by the warm weather, will find it to their advantage to get in touch with Mr. T. J. Turley, of Owensboro, Kentucky, who has perfected a Meat Salting machine which shoots the salt brine right to the bone at the start and pre vents the meat from spoiling. "Mr. W. W. Allen, of Junction City, Texas writes killed twenty big hogsjast season when the weather was warm and saved every ham and shoulder except one, on. which the Sal ter was not used and that one spoiled in three days; and others kept sweet Mr.-Turle- LEN'S RED TAME CHERRY. VIN FIZ, a fine grape drink. GRAPE ALL, another splendid . 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. 3 - grape drink. Diamond Crystal Ginger SODA. Ale. Pure Fruit Strawberry, Orange, LEMON, CREAM T. LOGAN Lancaster, Kentucky. J. TULLEY, Owensboro, Ky. Write Mr. Turley Today for .Yours. 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 direct supervision of Clinton B. Bastin. WWft4 The Central Record, Friday, Dec. 12, 1913 Page 7 iniiiiiiiiiniiiiiMomiinniiiiiii SELL YOUR son were higher on all grades Burley district. TOBACCO OVER THE sea- DANVILLE BREAKS i LJZK-IJ- S . 1 4 It is the best market in the State. Our averages last than any market- - in the Free Insurance on Tobacco No charge for rejections. Close up town to Banks, Stores, U. R. NEXT. If you want your Razor honed or a Nice Hair Cut and Shave Restaurants. with sharp Razor and Clean Towls. The old stand pat barber SELL WITH Danville Tobacco Warehouse Go Walnut Street Danville, Ky. 250.-00- Once a customer, always a customer. For information, telephone us any time Phone No. 223. FIRST SALE N0Y. 20th. WAREHOUSE CO AFTER NOVEMBER at our expense - HENRY DUNCAN OPENS TO RECEIVE TOBAC- I Richmond Street. 15th. A. M. BOURNE We have the largest Loose Leaf Warehouse South of 0 Kentucky River. Main Building 105x280. Capacity pounds of tobacco daily. Unloading facilities for 50 wagons at a time, Warm comfortable stalls for 200 head of horses. Danville Tobacco Warehouse Go feWlfefcTSv Auctioneer. Good Service. Walnut Street, H. C. BRIGHT, President, Danville, Ky. ALLEN HIEATT,Secretary. Prices Right. 354-A. Phone jxjTrirxjnrxjxjT-injxj-i-ri-r- T The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there Is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all Its stages, and that Is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity. 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 giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work. The proprietors have so much faith In Its curative powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that It falls to cure. Send for list of testimonials. Addren: T. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo, O. Sold by all Druggists. 75c Take Hall's Family Fills for constipation. TRY SOLACE AT OUR EXPENSE " Dads Christmas. " " " rrrinnnnnAAAAAJ Mi-o-na Lancaster, - - Kentucky. $100 Reward, $100 Christmas comes but once a year, But it's sure to come. Some are feeling pretty gay. Others looKing glum. Some are blowing in the cash; Others pay by check. Some will get theirs in the sock. Others in the neck. Ma will get a bunch of things; Brother'll not get much; Georgians Praising Strange New Liquid. People Who Suffer For Years Never Expected And Who To Get Well Are Whole get pretty gifts: Sistar Dad will get a touch. will Fast Recovering And State Money Back for any case of " Rheumatism, Neuralgia or Headache Solace Fails To Remove. that Commissioner' s Sale Of Land. GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. Sherod Ray's Adm'r, et al. Plaintiffs, VS. Is Interested. J SOLACE REMEDY is a recent medical discovery of three German Scien tists that dissolves Uric Acid Crystals and Purifies the Blood. It is easy to take, and will not affect the weakest stomach. It is guaranteed under the Pure Food and Drugs Law to be absolutely free from opiates or harmful drugs of any description . SOLACE is a pure specific in every f way, and has been proven beyond question to be the surest and quickest remedy for Uric Acid Troubles known to medical science, no matter how long standing. It reaches and removes the root of the trouble (Uric Acid) and purifies the blood. THE SOLACE CO. of Battle Creek are the Sole U. S. Agents and have thousands of voluntary testimonial letters which have been received from grateful people SOLACE has restored to health. Testimonial letters, .iter-atur- e and FREE BOX sent upon re- qnest. R. Lee Morris, president of the First National Bank of Chico, Texas, wrote the Solace Company as follows: "I want you to send a box of Solace to my father in Memphis, Tenn., for which I enclose $1. This remedy has beer, used by some friends of mine here and I must say its action was won(Signed) R. L. Morris. derful. 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., t I Battle Creek Mich. MILLBSBURG FEMALE KY. Girls. COLLEGE Mary Ray, Commissioser will sell at public auction before the Court House Door in Lancaster, Kentucky, at 11 o'clock A. M. or thereabout, on MONDAY. Pursuayt to a judgment rendered at the June Term 1913. the undersigned et al, Defendants. MILLERSBURG, j .. Pupils are surrounded with an atmos phere of culture, wholesome fellowship a&d safe religious environment. New buildings combining all modern conven iences. Health record unsurpassed. Academic and College Entrance Cours Music Department under skilled 'artists trained in Germany, Lecture ; hk Attractive Home School For es. Iis The growing popularity of the school evidenced by the fact that a number pupils were turned away last ses-- l sion for the lack of room to accommo date them. Expenses for board, tuition, etc lower than other schools of like grade. Send for catalog and engage a room Rev. C. C. Fish'er, Pres. early. Millersburg, Ky. ilDU WWItcll. vuutot. Air.i..Ji..w mw.w.... DECEMBER 22, 1913, being the first day of the Garrard it County Court Term, the real estate mentioned in the pleading and described as follows: The same land that was conveyed to Sherod Ray by W. M. and Viola Fain, his wife, by deed dated January 4, 1912, and recorded in the Garrard County Clerk's office in Deed Book 28. page 158, and is bounded as follows: 1st. Tract: Beginning at a stake in Eason's branch, a corner to James Hardin: thence line of same N 874 W 29 poles to a buckeye stump in a drain, corner to same; thence N 86 W passing said Hardin's corner at 443 poles, in all 66 poles to a large white oak, corner to Uuggins' land; tnence with line of same N 2 E 23J poles to a stake in said line, a new corner; thence a new line E 164 poles to the middle of Sugar Creek, a new corner; thence up said creek with the middle thereof S 9 E 17 poles to a point in the middle of the same at the mouth of Eason's (Jreek; thence up a branch and with its meanders and with James Hardin S 57 W Hi poles N 73 W 8.30 poles N 84 W 12.80 poles S 61 W 22 poles S 75 W 24 poles to the begin ning, containing J acres. 2nd Tract: Beginning at a stake in line to James Hardin home place, a new division corner in their divide; thence with said Hardin's line N 27J W 1.77 chains to a beech tree, corner to same, thence 1 E 8.40 chains to a stake in a branch, corner to sam3 and to Albert T. Hardin; thence with same last named N 86J W 7.25 chains to a stake in a drain, buckeye stump gone; thence N 78? ,W 11.19 chains to a stone and white walnut in said line, a corner to J. R. Payne; thence with said Payne S 19 E 12.50 chains to a stake in his line, a new division corner; thence new and division line to James Hardin N 81 E 14.87 chains to the beginning, containing 24.65 acres. The entire boundary containing 44.4 acres, more or less. The purpose of this sale to pay the debts against the estate and to settle the estate and divid the proceeds after the payment of debts among the person entitled to receive the same as their rights may be adjudged. TERMS The sale will be made on a credit of six months and the purchaser will be required to execute bond with approved security for the purchase price, due in six months bearingsixpercentinterest per annum from date until paid, having the force and effect of a judgment upon which execution may issue payable to W. H. Brown, Master Commissioner of the Garrard Circuit Court and a lien will be reserved upon the property sold until all the purchase money is paid. W. H. BROWN. Garrard Commissioner Master Circuit Court. J. E. Robinson, Att'y for Plffs. Am Bourne, Auct. So great has been the success of the famous new Root Juice medicine in Atlanta and elsewhere that people all over the state have become interested and reports of remarkable experiences are beginning to come from all directions. Among the latest and most remarkable cases that have been brcught to n light is that of Mrs. E. Storm, a resident of Marietta, Ga., who has for over six years suffered from stomach and kidney trouble and whom it is said eight doctors and a number of different medicines failed to cure. In speaking of her strange experience with the Root Juice treatment, Mrs. Storm said: "My appetite was poor, my food would not digest and I suffered frightfully. Gas would form in my stomach and cause belching. Sometimes I would become sick at the stomach and frequently suffered from headaches. I had severe backaches and pains over my kidneys. I was n weak, and nervous and at times I could not sleep. When I began to hear so much about the new Root Juice treatment I decided to try it and now, after using only two bot tles, I find myself greatly benefited. I am beginning to feel fine. For the first time in four years I am able to work about the house, I certainly do not regret any money I spent for this great medicine for the two bottles I used have done more for me than all the doctors and medicines I tried in well-knowrun-dow- ORIGIN OF CARISTMAS CARDS. Mr. and Mrs. Newton Gill visited Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Rigsby Sunday. First One Was Designed Nearly Seventy Master Clarence Anderson, who has Years Ago. been quite ill of Gastritis, is much better. The Christmas card as we know it Mr. Wm. Flanary sold 20 barrels of has an origin easily traceable, and it is corn to Mr. J. H. Thompson at $3.75 now not quite seventy years ago since delivered, the first was designed. is Miss Jennie Ray, of Garrard, The artist who claimed to be its spending some time with Mrs. J. J. originator and who was at any rate Thompson. the first to see its possibilities was W. Prof. J. B. Hutchins and wife and C. T. Dobson. R. A., an Englishman little daughter, Elsie, visited Mr. and who when quite a young man in 1844 Mrs. Evan Foley Sunday. was prompted at Christmas to make a Mr. J. H. Thompson bought two sows little sketch symbolic of the season's and ten pigs from Mr. Steenbergen, of joys and festivities and to send it to Crab Orchard at 4 cts. per pound. a friend. It seemed to give great Mr. Pitt Sampson and sister, Miss pleasure, and the next year Mr. Dob-so- n Jenny, of near Maywood, were visitdetermined to follow up the idea ing Misses Carrie and Zula Naylor Sun- on a larger scale and by having his day. card lithographed was enabled to send Mr. Fred Durham, contractor and copies to twenty-fiv- e or thirty friends. builder, of Pineville, has erected a nice, The delight with which they were renew barn for his brother, Squire Thomas ceived was so great that Mr. Dobson Durham, near Whitp's Mills. was quick to perceive that he had There will bean entertainment and found out a new pleasure for ChristChristmas tree at this place on the 24th mas given under the auspices of the Baptist Sunday school and our Consolidated Stops All Stomach Dr. Wm. D. Pryor, Distress. Why suffer with that uncomfortable at Raineys Livery Stable. feeling of f ulless, headaches, dizziness, -- -- sour, gassy, upset stomach, or heart- Lancaster, Kentucky burn? Get relief at once delays are dangerous. Buy today now a fifty cent box of Tablets. Their action is sure, safe and immediate. There is no more effective stomach remedy than Besides quickly a stopping the distress soothes the irritated walls of the stomach, strengthens and builds up the digestive B. W. Morrow, Graduate Optician Glasses Fitted. Satisfaction Guaranteed organs, thus assisting nature in the prompt digestion of the food your entire system is benefited, you will enjoy good health. Do not suffer another day get a box and of a Tablets from R. E. McRoberts. Take them as directions and see how quickly you get relief. Mi-o-Mi-o-n- a. Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. Office THE NEW Opposite Post Office. Barber Shop Bath In Connection. School. eight years," Another remarkable case is that of Mr. Joseph Bradner, of Jackson, Ga., whose signed statement says that after using two bottles of the juice, rheumatism left him, the swelling disappeared and he feels betteifthan for years. Reports similar to these coming from all parts of the state seem to prove beyond all doubt that the new medicine is effecting wonderful results in cases of impure blood, rheumatism, weak kidneys, backache, headaches, nervousness, indigestion, belching, loss of appetite, pains after meals and other symptoms of weak or disordered stomach, liver, kidneys or bowels, It can now be obtained at any good drug store and in view of the great benefits hundreds of sufferers are deriving every day it would seem advisable for home people who seek a speedy cure to give it a thorough trial Adv. The box supper given under the auspices of our Consolidated School Saturday night was attended by a large crowd. Masonic Hall, which has a large seating capacity, was taxed to its utmost by the immense throng. The exercises began by a bevy of school girls singing, "My Jesus, I Love Thee". Devotional exercises conducted by Prof. Cyrus Johnson was next. Prayer by Prof. J. B. Hutchins. Song by six girls, "He Came to Show The way to Heaven". This was followed byProf. Hutchins in a few appropriate remarks, interspersed with his native wit, prefaced his rapid fire, silver tongued auctioneering. He brought down the house, raked in the cash and helped make our. box supper a success. There were 39 elegant boxes which contained feasts fit for the gods, each box being a thing of beauty and a joy while it lasted. Boxes brought from 50 cts. to $7.50, the latter price being realized from the box belonging to Miss Eder Bartels, of Griffin Station. The fine cake, offered as the prize for thtt prettiest girl, was also awarded to this popular young lady. The pipe and tobacco was won twist of home-mad- e by Mr. Howard Holtzclaw for the ugliest man. The total sum from the supper was $70.90. The money will be used to buy an organ for the school. The occasion was one of much pleasure and will be hard to equal. Several of our young men lost their hearts during this delectable repast. CHECK CHRONIC RHEUMATISM NOW. Deep- - Public Sale! at 1 nrvpwiffl til J. E. Seale,Prop W. M. ELLIOTT, 1 will sell at public auction, highest bidder, on to the Tuesday, December 16th, o'clock, p. m. on the premises, the following proper- ty: situated five the Stanford pike and the same distance from Stanford. The farm will first be sold in separate tracts and then as a whole. There arc 140 acres in one tract, on which is located two neverfailing On this springs, and a tenant house. farm is one of the finest tobacco barns This place has in Central Kentucky. on it 75 acres of tobacco land; balance is sown in rye and barley and has been sown in grass. The second tract contains 150 acres, has on it modern residence, equipped with light, furnace and water works. There is on it one large stock born, tobacco barn and five never-failin- g springs, two tenant houses. Every acre hemp and tobacco land. Possess ion given March 1st, 1914. d cash and Terms on farm, balance in two, three and four years, notes bearing 6 per cent interest, stock and crop equal to cash. Sale will begin promptly at 1 o'clock in the afternoon. W. N. LANE. lt-PDanville. Ky. one-third. My farm of 290 acres, miles from Danville on Commissioner' s Sale of Land. Garrard Circuit Court. Dan Naylor's Admr. VS Physician and Surgeon. LANCASTER, KY. Office Phone 6. Office Hoars Residence Phone 220. Office over Storme Drag Stor .m to 12. 1 p.m. to I. Plaintiff, Hayden Naylor et al. Defendents. Pursuant to a judgment rendered at the November Term 1913 the undersigned Commissioner will sell at public Phone 65. auction before the Court House door in Lancaster, Ky., at 11 o'clock A. M. or thereabout, on 13. IP. "Walter DENTIST. Lan-;asir- Ky. Rheoma Thoroughly Drives out Seated Uric Acid Poison. PKKACHERSyiliLK. Mr. Roscoe Colyer has had a bad boil on his neck. Mr. Tray Duvall will soon erect a painting and repair shop. Mr. Edgar Holtzclaw, who has been sick of gall stones, is better. Miss Violet Smith spent Saturday night with Miss Katie Payne. There is only one way to be free from Rheumatism the accumulated impurities caused by an excess of Uric Acid poison must be expelled from the body. That is what RHEUMA will do and do it thoroughly. If you suffer from any form of Rheumatism Sciatica, Inflammatory, Arthritis, Muscular, Lumbago or Gout-g- et a bottle of RHEUMA from R. E. McRoberts & Son for 50 cents it is guaranteed. "For six years I was a cripple on crutches from Rheumatism. One hottle of RHEUMA cured me completely" J. K. Greenberg. 2238 Cottage Grove Ave., Chicago, 111. MONDAY. DECEMBER. 22nd. 1913. it being the first day of the Garrard County Court term, the real estate mentioned in the pleadings and described as follows Said property is a certain tract of land on the Lancaster and Crab Orchard turnpike in Garrard County, Ky. and formerly used as a toll house on said turnpike, near Preachersville, and being the same property conveyed to Dan .Naylor by Deed from said Turnpike Company, dated December the 2nd. 1898 and recorded in the clerks office of the Garrard County Court, in Deed Book no. 14 page 625 and is g bounded as at a stake in the middle of the Lancaster and Crab Orchard Turn Dike road, thence with the middle of same S 66 E 32.6 poles to a stake in middle of same in line to John Pettus, thence his line N 39 W 15.1 poles to the beginning containing on acre, one rood and 36 poles. The purpose of the safe is to settle the estate and pay the indebtedness against the estate and to divide the dproceeds remaining after the payment of the debts and the cost among the par ties as set out in the pleadings. TERMS. The sale will be made on a credit of six months and the purchaser will be for all occasions furnished by required to execute bond, with ap proved security, for the purchase price due in six months, bearing interest at six per cent per annum from date un AUGUST R. BAUMER til paid, having theTforce and effect of a judgment, upon which execution may issue, payable to W. H. Brown. MasLocal Agent ter Commissioner of the Garrard Circuit Court, and a lien will be retained upon the property sold until the purchase money is paid. W. H. BROWN, Lancaster, Ky. Master Commissioner of the Garrard Circuit Court. All Orders Appreciated. Phone 53 J L. L. Walker, Atty. :follows:-Beginnin- H. J. PATRICK, Dentist, Kentucky. Office Hours Paint Lick, M. K. Benny-Office: aui Doctors Of Dental Surgery. Stormes BnlldlogeTet Hurt & Ander- f . A. Wheeler son's Fnrnltnre Store. LANCASTER. - KENTUCKY. Gut Flowers an- TREES Fruit and Shade Shrubs, Grape Vines, Peonies, Phlox, Phu- barb, Roses, Etc. Everything for Orchard, Lawn and Garden. Write for free Catalogue. No Agts. Floral Designs Glass B. Carrier Growers of what we sell. Esarxziiii3cccjsjv.'rj!,r"vawaiia H.F.Hillenmeyer & Sons. Lexington, Kentuckv. TO Lancaster Tobacco Warehouse STANFORD STREET. F; 'Sii m We Pay Highest Market Price. No Commission Charged. Unload The Same Day. Phone 202. C. A. Speith Co, Managers JA BEAZLEY and Embalmer Funeral Director Office Phone 3. Residence Phone 27 LANCASTER. KY. IL ir. Page 6 The Central Record, Friday, Dec 12, 1913. WORDS THAT REALLY SPEAK Many HIGHWAY ENGINEERING. That Expressions In the Language State University, Lexington, Kentucky; To Seem to Convey InstanHave Start Coarse la Road Build-in- ?, taneous Meaning. January 5th to 17th, 1914. Woman's Home Companion December 1013 WM Bang "a sudden noise like that from a gun" is the definition given by the dictionary. But the explanation is befogging and futile, for a "bang" is well, what better describes it than the simple word itself T So many of our most expressive words seem similarly to have sprung from a desire to form with the lips a sound mimicking the thing described. Why waste words on a definition of the word "splash," for example? You bear all the abrupt, restless heaving of the waters in that one word. And does even a baby need to be told what "buzz" means when a bluebottle is leading a forlorn hope against the pantry window? "Tinkle," "whistle," "whine," "gurgle," "cackle," "icy" these are only a few of our other eloquently descriptive words. It is also extremely interesting to note the sharp distinction drawn between the words of opposite meaning so as to emphasize their difference in sound thus, "brisk, lazy" (or "sluggish"); "hot, icy," "down, up;" "Jolly, miserable," and so on. EXERCISE IN THE FRESH AIR No Doctor's Prescription So Valuable as This Simple and Pleasant Occupation. ' m ifloWV&rmeke II a3Br lla Ifll Sectional Bookcases '" 'lirmonile W11'1 "jSisSSlSjs'llHH?'' 'VXJCSSKsJVsSbKvIVx OSOSaXsJHK soXSNmDbA XnSjS1S3Bs. SSClSSSV'' ff- - ftJHS; llPksl .V r b sT Style Si V 'I15 furnishings of "his," "her" or "their" room. l AitMiMicar" That the GkAcAVcrnicle Release is uscM and practical; thai it K btauliful and rttned; thil it illlait a lifetime; that it can be added toas the library trows; and that it adapti itself to rooms of all shapes and sizes, are all points that will be keenly appreciated not enly en Christmas day but during the eart to come. No gift could be a more lasting And wSjiiW ISll'KxHl sH l g 3pgFi N5 w W- 5C 53 4 JE 3 Sa? tisaW 39 0SSB H' SIHBR kWrV Tffrrffi" the best urae to select a Bookcase u during the HB Him. t3Z BBHHMHMaNiHHMHiiB j I J! 1 Special Christmas Demonstration dX'.r,eder,yS",."h. "JiImi peno thould m fgggj 1 Stvl 3 11 When health Is the great desideratum one should not hesitate to make almost any sacrifice to obtain It, This s well illustrated by the man who recently double-crossethe continent in 322 days. At the time of his leaving on this Journey afoot he was threatened with consumption. He realized that fresh air, exercise and sunshine formed the perfect trinity that spells health. He started en that long tramp expecting health as the result Did he get it? Sure. One gets what he expects not merely what he hopes for; not merely what he desires, but he must expect to get that for which he hopes and desires; then lay hold of the means, as did this man, whereby the object may be obtained and then retained. He is, as the result of his effort, in the "pink of condition." He weighed 101 pounds at the start, 140 pounds at the finish and placed a good round thousand to his credit. Best of all, he walked away from disease. Go, thou, and do likewise. d II2I8 Jl .Ikm PwktsK Hck bwatuain n m.- - A.k for Brr-icomplm come t .So- -w Oulnftf cotonl 31..- - ImV .ltl It Acmf H flP j State University Lexington Kentuc- ky, will open a short course in Highway Engineering, January 5th to 17th, 1914, for the benefit of people who are interested in the Good Road Problem of the State. No tuition will be required for this , course and the expense outside of rail- road fare should not be over $18.00. It is hoped that every County Ergi-newill take advantage of this opportunity to improve his education, and thereby better the Road Condition in his County. Men who expect to be come County Engineers or Road BuiTJ-er- s should avail themselves of this opportunity to prepare for an examina tion before the State Highway Commissioner. Special instructions will be given to men expecting to take thtr County Road Engineer's Examination The mornings will be devoted to lecture work, men of the highest reputation in their special line of wcrk have been secured for these Irctures and it will be worth the while of any one interested in Highway Engineering to attend these lectures. The afternoons will be devoted to practical field and office work such as the use of the Transit, Level, plotting profiles, laying grade lines, and making estimates of cost for various kinds of work. The State of Kentucky has spent millions of dollars on her roads; if these roads had been constructed ot material and by methods approved by experienced road builders, they would have been a source of pride and pleasure both to those who built them and to the Commonwealth, instead of having brought censure on all who were cor. nected with the work and added greater opposition to all Good Roads Movements. It is with the view of equiping men with a better knowledge of road building that the University has decided to give this course. Each lecture will be from thirty to forty minutes in length and after each lecture a period will be allowed in which the subject will be s-opened for discussion. er " dcBuAtwaud. rtfU ) aBlflKMHMMB j COUTON rngSgL KSS&fliiaB Rj BPoySiPsL TImBm. pUcad Ua ff?D IJLjJ u:;;4"hv.t wita!. na is Uaa4 mU ti .BookSccUoa Mvtftl ate op to compltrt Boolcass, "'. ittt f" miiJjj liJlla' llTWtmiintWf p???.?.! pcrfcctlv tt.il tk "''h ti, FrUi. mm ol wM comotc . . J Hoal Car- vlxv.7.j:.:. C.xu u- .. gg i - f S a If you have read the December issue of the Woman's Home Companion no doubt you have read the ad shown above, and will be glad to learn that this store is making the Women Multiply Their Trouble. The popularity of bridge has swept all records so far this season. Any prominent society dame gets an average of, say, one invitation per afternoon. This she could manage beautifully were the invitations for successive dates. But suppose they bunch themselves so that she gets a half dozen for the same afternoon? Society, through necessity, has evolved a noval plan to meet this. It is the substitute. By the operation of this plan, the much-rushesociety woman is enabled to enjoy her afternoon of bridge at the house she chooses, secure In the knowledge that she is be ing represented by her proxies in five other homes. Bridge for bridge's sake has resulted, for the invasion of the proxy has done away with the social aspect to a marked degree. But the proxy player has come to stay, as she Is a necessity in the strenuous life of the social swim. d L. &N. Train Schedule At Lancaster, Ky. Arrive. . 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; 835 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 t Bardstown & Springfield. No 9; 8:42 p. m. To Stanford, connecting with fast , train to Bristol & Atlanta. Special Christmas Exhibit of Globe Wernicke Sectional Bookcases, -- Come to our store as soon as you can and see the .display and these beautiful Bookcases. You will find them "the very particular gift for the very particular friend or rela tive" you wish to remember this Christmas. Clip the coupon for catalog and also as a reminder to call promptly to see the exhibit. The "gift question" will be easily solved. Basuto Idea of Future Life. The Basutos believe that the souls of the wicked flutter forever blindly through the jungles of the earth, knocking their heads against trees and cliffs, floundering through swirling rivers and dank, dark swamps and suffering such other casualties and hardships as would naturally beset a Eighties flying creature. HURT & ANDERSON, LANCASTER, ? deliver the hay in KENTUCKY. FARMER'S COLUMN ! OO0 0 5 or 10 bale lost. G. B. Swinebroad. Lancastar, Ky. m 04000000 sj Of f tOGO0OOtOOOOO dpace below this beading Is rot tbe ezcla-lv- e use of our farmer subscribers, and Is for tbe, sale of stock, grain aud such things on farm as the farmer cannot afford to advertise. No notice will be accepted over four lines, and will be only in two Issues of tbe rcOKD, free of charge STRAYED:-Fromy place near Hyattsville ebout November 1st, a red heifer with white stripe on back and has brindle spots, weighs about 400 pounds Reward for information loading to her recovery. H. C. Arnold, Hyattsville, Ky. STANFORD. FOR SALE:-5Walker. 0 good ewes. Kemp Master Heath Severance of Corbin is the guest of his uncle, Wm Severance. on Messrs Frank North and Standley Stephinson of Hustonville were in town Monday. For Sale or rent, my house Crab Orchard pike. R. L. Cox. rooms For rent: A cottage with at Lowell. three Miss Ida Hurt. For Sale: Pure bred crystal white orpington cockerels and a few pullets. J. T. Preston, Camp Nelson, Ky. Mr. W. T. Doolin has three jennets, all with foal, which he will farm to one or more persons. He also hes a good Jack with white points for sale. leghorn cochrels, best strains from Pennsylvania poultry yards $1.00 each W. O. and W. G. Scott. Bryantsville, Phone. thorough bred short roR sale:-Tw- o horn bulls twelve and fifteen months old. One jersey bull fifteen months old. Subject to register. All good Z. individuals and ready for service. T. Rice, Phone 347 A. R. F. D. No. 3. For sale: Some brown and white pair of good 3 year old horse mules. 10 head registered jersey milk cows, fresh with young calves. A lot of first class pure timothy hay, will FOR SALE:-- A Miss Maggie Stagg is the guest of her sister Mrs. Rifle and friends at Hustonville this week. Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Hampton of Lebanon Junction attended the Masonic banquet here last week. Mr. S. Albert Phillips of Lexington spent Sunday with his best girl here, Miss Emma Hughe3 Hays. Mr. and Mrs. Kelley Francis have returned to their home at HindmanKy. after a pleasant visit with the latters father, Mr. Jesse S. Hocker. Misses Carrie and Mary Penny who have been the guests of their grandmother, Mrs. Mary Penny, have returned to their home at Danville. Mrs. H. C. Wrav who has been the guest of her mother Mrs. Woddie Hale, has returned to her home at Danville. Her mother returned with her. Mrs. Susan Yeager will entertain at luncheon Wednesday in honor of Miss Gretchen Schiller, of Pittsburg, Pa. the attractive guest of her daughter, Miss Nancy Yeager, On Friday evening Dec. 6th Lincoln and killed their hogs. There seems to with Mrs. Leslie Sebastian. Mr. Danial Wheeler died at his home be nothing very much else doing the near this place. Dec 1st after a long last few days with this exception. illness of consumption. After prayer at Mr. and Mrs. John Montgomery who the grave by Butler Sebastian he was were married in Jeffersonville last layed to rest in the family burying week have taken rooms with Mr. Solomon Childers. Mrs. Montgomery ground near his home. At the home of Miss Lida B. Logon before her marriage was Miss Cora a number of young people gathered last Moore of Buena Vista. Wednesday evening and gave a nice reception in honor of the formers He Thought Quickly. cousin Miss Nannie B. Sebastian, of NINA. She (coldly) "So you've been Chicago 111. who is visiting in this to people that I am fond of my vicinity at the presant time. Games own voice?" He "Er well, you have Hog killing is the latest now. was the feature of the evening. Light yourself admitted that you like mu Hudson & Hughes adv. on page 3 is refreshments were served, after which sic." a corker. all departed for their homes. Mr. Dan East lost a valuable mule j One of the Oldest Customs. last week. The "ancient and fantastic" habit of BKYANTSY1LLE tattooing Is common to all races of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hume were in men. It is coextensive with the limits Lancaster Tuesday. Hudson & Hughes ad on page 3 is a of the world, and coeval with human Mr. Len Irvin has moved to his new history. From the polar regions to Corker. residence near this place. the farthest islands of the south the Dr. B. C. Rose and Hogan Ballard, practice has prevailed, and from the Every body is in a hurry to get the first recorded epoch. wonderful bargains offered by H. T. were in Lexington Sunday. Mr. and Mas. R. I. Burton motered Logan. Get Fine Ride. Mr W. H. Compton bought several to Lexington Wednesday for the day. All offenders whom It becomes deMiss Hallie Coy, of Kirksville, is the barrel of corn at the sale of Mrs. Danial attractive guest of her aunt, Mrs. R. sirable to detain for a greater or less Wheeler for $3 per bbl. period in the new Bordeau jail, near Miss Mayme Sebastian has returned I. Burton. Montreal, are taken to their tempoMrs. Guy Field, of Louisville, has rary dwelling place in a tpurlng car, back to school at Berea after spending been visiting Mrs. Logan Burke and which traverses a beautiful route, a few days with her parents. alongside & river, and with serene and All members of Freedom church are Miss Patty Belle Burke. Mrs.. Jerry Saudidge and Mr. Henry uplifting scenery In the distance and requested to meet Saturday Dec. 13 and call a pastor, don't forget the day. Saudidge, of Boyle, visited Mr. and at hand. Quite a number from near here are Mrs. M. O. Kennedy last week. Lost: A thin black sow, weight Mr. and Mrs. John Peters of Mack-vill- e, hauling their tobacco to Lexington and guests of about 150, strayed from my place were the week-en- d are recieving good prices for the weed. Mr. Nat Prewitt and family, Mr. Mrs. C. C. Becker and Mrs. R. K. about Dec. 1st. Any information apV. A. Lear. preciated. Porter Prewitt and family, and Mrs. Swope. Messrs William and Ben Kennedy, Susan Taylor spent Sunday, with Mr. Lawson and Brown bought a toppy and Mrs. Leslie Sebastian. of Crab Orchard, were down to see bunch of 1090 pound cattle of George Mrs. Herman Barnett and two bright their brother, Mr. Mike Kennedy for a Rankin for 6i cents a pound. There little children Alice Katherene and few days. was twenty five in the lot and were Herman Campbell and Miss Zota Nearly all of the farmers have taken immediately shipped to the Cincinnati Prewitt, of Buena Vista spent Friday advantage of the recent cold weather market. Lodge 60 F & A M gave a banquet in complement of one of their members, Mr. James G. Saunders, the newly elected Grand Junior Warden of the Grand Lodge of Ky. There were 125 people at the table, among the guests were Grand Master, Orie S. Ware of Covington, Grand Secy Dave Jackson, of Louisville and Past Grand Master R. R. Burnam of Richmond. When Your Blood is Right Your Whole System is Right. 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