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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): December 19, 1913 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1913 cen1913121901_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 19, 1913 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1913 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE CETsTTBAi RECORD PURE RELIGION, UNlARNISgED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT If TWENTY FOURTH YEAR. LANCASTER. KY., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1913. Next week is Christmas. '& Hang up the babys stocking. ' NUMBER 37. On Notice. AH the Banks will be closed 1st 1914. Big Policy. The Record Now Being Printed Our IMifrriTrgMrrtiatrVJfraatHi (0MfrUlgrrJsiHiiBiijlrJii January Big New Hiehle Press. 1 Make yourself a Xmas Pres. ent by buying a nice Have You Bought Your Christmas Presents? & P .O R pnop DHAHCQAL FO Of HEATER We also Carry a Nice Line of Boys Wagons,Push Carts Etc. Mr. Ed. Gaines, the hustling insurPay vour account and get tickets on ance man, of Lancaster, was in this H. T. Logan. our drawing. city on business yesterday. Whilehere Mail your Xmas presents this week he sold a 25,000 fire insurance policy. intended for friends at a distance. Advocate. There will be a Xmas tree at New Judge Ford Ties Nuptial Knot. Antioch church Dec. 24th at 2:30 P. M. On Monday at the court house Judge One pair of Roll Paper Portiers, for A. D. Ford in a very impressive mansale. Apply to Miss Lena Bright or ner said the words which made James Anne Reid. H. Pointer and Sarah E. Speaks man Carlton Elkin entered on his duties and wife. The groom is 45 ears of as carrier on Rural Route no. 3 Tues- - age and is a farmer of the Buena Vista section, the bride is 52 and reday morning. sides in Conway, Rockcastle county. Our foreman L. N. Miller has taken the fiat over Dr. Kinnaird's office until Crap Game Raided. he can build in the spring. Chief Herron raided a crapJg5me on Prof. Ben Evans held the lucky the Chute last week and James Adams, coupon which drew the turkey at the Fred Emerson, Fatty Anderson, Frank Anderson, Gib Perkins, Geo Figg and Opera House last Friday night. Allen Stewart, all colored, were"caught The Baptist Ladies Aid Society will with the goods on them" and were have Bazaar and Exchange in Judge broueht before Judee Harris 'and fined Harris office Saturday December 20th. 520. each with the exception qf Adams who succeeded in making his getaway. Secure jour ticket for the Home TalOne Day EarJy Next Week. ent Play, Monday night Dec. 22nd. 35c down stairs, 25cts up stairs children It seems that all the holidays of the 15 cents. year fall on Thursday this year, and If you are tired after a hard days in order to allow the Record force to work come to the opera house, and see enjoy their short but well earned vathe high class pictures and other at- cation it becomes necessary for us to go tractions, it will rest your mind and to press a day earlier than usual. Next week, Christmas week, we will be lad body. if our correspondents will have their You really ought to do your Christ- letters in not later than Monday aftermas shopping early. You owe it to noon, and we will also request that tired clerks and delivery boys, and you our advertisers give us copy for changalso owe it to yourself and to those for es at the earliest possible moment. whom the presents are intended. J We carry at all times an assortment of Leather Goods and Harness up-to-da- te Live and Let Live Folks t S ?33eS3S33flS33lS22Cg33S The tobacco markets were "off" a Bounds Of Reason. little last week. This is usually the case just preceding the holidays and Chief of Police Herron tells-'u- s that Hurry! Hurry! Hurry. the fellow who rushes his crop to mar- while it is customary to relax to a cerket to get "Christmas money" usual- tain extent the stern rules of the law Twelve valuable premiums to be ly gets it at a sacrifice. during the Christmas tide, that he in- eiven awav free December 24th, at tends that order shall prevail and that 2:30. A ticket with each dollar pur H. T. Logan. Address Plainly. all must keep within the bounds of chased. so there can reason. He will tolerate no drunken-- 1 Address the box plainly, Last Notice To Tax Payers. be no danger of its going astray. Print Unless some streets, and he has already emphasized J Under the new Revenue law I will ing is better than script. dreadful catastrophe happens, the gift his orders by making several arrests be compelled to advertise your property is sure to reach its destination in per- for drunkenness and the unfortunate for sale if taxes are not paid at once. ictims have been fined. He further . This means jou. fect condition. says that there shall be no shooting Respectfully of fireworks in the city limit during G. T. Ballard. Mail Your Xmas Packages Early. the holidays, , Sheriff of Garrard county. A great rush is anticipated by the post office authorities this year, and if you would have your offering reach- - 'a distant friend by Xmas, "mail it early" carefully and Tie your packages securely, direct plainly and see that the address of the sender is in the upper left hand corner. tf. Christmas Celebration Must Keep Within Our new quarters in the Thompentirely son block are not yet ready for occupancy However the big new Miehle cylinder piess is in plcae and is runnng in apple pie order, and both this and last weeks issue were printed on it. How do you like it? From this time the new nrpss will be used for the publication of the Record and our readers mav expect a clearer, brighter paper than ever before. Our foreman, Mr. L. N. Miller, has under the direction of an expert direct from the Miehle.factory, mastei-e- d the intricacies of the new machinery, and we are pretty certain not to be troubled with the break downs and other mishaps which have beset us in the past, causing us no end of annoyance and delay. We expect during the year 1914 to do just exactly what we have heretofore said we would endeavor to do, namely, give to our patrons the best newspaper ever published in Lancaster. In order to do this, we have gone to considerable expense in securing new and more commodious quarters and the latest and most improved styleof machinery. We have ample force and we expect to spare nothing which will lend to the improvemfeflt of the paper. We are better then ever prepared to do iob work, in fact we can now turn m out work which has heretofore been impossible for us. We shall appreciate your patronage, and we will guarantee that you will find our prices right. We want the Record to be a visitor in everv home in Garrard county and we propose to make it a welcome vis itor. Weareiustat present able to offer you some splendid clubbing rates that will enable you to get a daily paper in coniunction with the Record ct a greatly reduced rate. Come and let us tell you about it. To The Children: -For the past two years you children have shown so much interest in my visits to your town that I will be glad to come to see you again, on lj p 3 Next Saturday Dec. 20th. In keeping in touch with the people that buy things to please my children I fiud on my list that Haselden Bros, of Lancaster, Ky. has purchased quite an extensive line of attractive toys and Christmas goods, which will be on display at their atore. ,1 m '13 P 13 133 If you will meet me at HASELDEN BROS. I will be glad to see you and will bring each and every child a present, so don't forget the place and date, and meet me there. Yours for a happy Christmas, I; a 3 Store at 2:30 o'clock, m csaturaay, uecemoer k;utn. il m i 'fc 1 !fe j Santa Claus jBi7HiHMiiarBigaiiigigiaiHi "gniJlJpirHjrSiM I Don't Buy A & 0 : pi3 E r IliSTtiUI Do you know that our HURRY UP SALE will positively close Xmas eve, December Tobacco Growers From the Five Adjoining Counties Throng the Floors of the Peoples Tobacco Warehouse. Enthusiasm Borders on Excitement When Prices Take a Big Jump. Standing Room at Premium Through Sale Over 100,000 lbs sold Hi ps' 1 1 ) J until you get my PRICES. 24th, at 10:30 p.m. We want all of our Friends and Customers to take advantage of this Hurry Up Sale. From now on until, we close A W. J. ROMANS I . May. ,rg)ir .P " Wildest Excitement Among Growers That Has Prevailed Since Opening Day. Mighty Price Smashing Profit Sacrificing Sale with but one purpose, to reduce stock and do it quickly. You'll never know how much a dollar will buy until you attend this sale. Such a thing as profit will uever enter our minds until this, the GREATEST of all sales, come to a close. SOME BIG AVERAGES ARE MADE. The wildest enthusiasm prevailed on nf thf Peonle's Tobacco Warphmise this mornine during the progress of the big sale. Every available space was occupied by enthusiastic sellers and enthusiasm prevailed as Hundreds of tobacco never before. growers from the five surrounding counties were on the floors and they went away in high spirits over the splendid prices that were realized. The tobacco market has opened in earnest in Danville and the People's House is the scene of high prices and satisfied sellers. Below are given some ot the grand averages tnat were received over the breaks at the People's Tobacco Warehouse: u Candy FRUIT, China, Aluminum, Etc FOR CHRISTMAS. We have the prettiest line of Box in town. . Curtis & Crank. Garrard Co, 2,330 pounds 44 JJ I f aUU I ill W.L. Grow Gar-rard Co , 90O lbs. R.H Grav.Mar- ion Co., 720 lbs. Jno. Harmon Marion Co. 1,710 pounds We Will Save You Money on Suits, Pants Overcoats, Work Clothes, Shoes, Hats, Furnishing Goods, Ladies Suits Dresses, Coats, Costumes, in fact everything in the house. We received a few days ago from the Largest Fur House in New York, a beautiful line of FURS. If you are in need of FURS see our prices, we can save you money. Don't forget that we give away Dec 24th, at 2;30 p. m., $502.50 in premiums. Somebody will get these valuable articles, you stand just as good showing as your neighbor. Don't put off buying until the last moment. Come at once and you will have a better line to select from and we will have more time to wait on you. $ I U.UU M C Qfi C1 K QR 4) I UaUU Ih V 4P tf J! I VuO b& pounds.... vas tnnn UaUU 4I Isaac & Shear,. Marion county, 1.185 pounds Clark & Evans. Garrard Co. 1,320 pounds Come, Come, Come one and all, bring the cash and we will send you J. W. Swope, Garrard Co., 220 lbs Clark &AIdidge Garrard Co.. 1.665 pounds. Harmon & Casey Mercer Co., 1,240 pounds & Tarkington Welburn Boyle Co. 4605 pounds $18.31 $17.31 $16.57 $16.88 (j4 J A4 II I home loaded with Xmas bargains. H. T. LOGAN, Lancaster, Ky The Merchant wk gives more favour money thi any house Sanford&Raney Marion Co., 2,405 pounds R. L. Berry.Lin- coin Co., 3,120 lbs. P h 1I JJ IViIV J tffI A "n A JI llfa I Davidson & Doty. t Phone 181. t Lancaster; ' "' Ski A QH J IT-I- ll v - Page 6 The Central Record, Friday, Dec 19, 191 3. PKKAUHEUSV1LLK. Mr. John Kennedy is still Public Sale. Having sold my farm which lies 1J miles West of Brjantsville, I will on this farm on SATURDAY DECEMBER 20th, an 10 o'clock, A. M. sell the following described property. Four yearling mules, one two year old mule, one pair of good work mules, seven and eight years old, four mares bred to Jacks, three of these mares safe for women to drive, one two year old filly, two yearling horse colts, three jersey cows, one to be fresh in January, one sow and eight pigs, one binder, one mower, one rake, one drill, one buggy, and harness, one Frazier cart, one two horse wagon, good as new, a lot of loose hay and some baled hay. Other farming implements too numerous to mention, also all my household and kitchen Master Clarence Anderson is now convalescent. Mr. M. F. Lawrence bought a black bull calf from Mr. J. M. Cress for $36. Mr. J. R. Rigsby sold a bunch of 730 lb. heifers to Cress, Jones & Co. at 6c. Mr. Sampson and sister, Miss Sara, visited Rev. and Mrs. R. B. Baird Sunday. Mr. M. F. Lawrence sold a 447 lb ho,j to Mr. J. N. Menefee, Sr., of Stanford at 6 cts. Mr. J. H. Bustle sold a bunch of 125 lb. and 182 lb. hogs to Cress, Jones & Co. at 6 cts. Mr. J. T. Rigsby sold a car of nice timothy hay to J. H. Baughman and Co. of Stanford, at $17. furniture. Mr. Pitt Sampson and sister. Miss Terms will be liberal and made known Sara, of near Stanford, were guests of day of sale. on Misses Carrie Naylor and Gertrude J. L. SLOAN, Adams. Brvantsville, Ky Ballard & Thompson, of this place Col. I. M. Dunn, Auctioneer. sold a bunch of short yearlings to Mr. Jesse Sweeney, of Lancaster, at $25 per head. Messrs. Colyer and Rigsby, of near here on Dick's River sold 4,000 lbs. of tobacco to Mr. W. P. Kincaid, of Stanford, at 12 cts. Mr. William Flanary is moving to Mr. Josiah Anderson's farm on Stingy Creek. Mr. Anderson will move to near Saufley, this county. ping Saturday. She is teaching school at the Bethel school house, near Drip She in Garrard. ping Springs, purchased a nice lot of candies for her pupils, who will give an entertainment on Friday. The followieg is the Honor Roll of our Consolidated School for November. FirstGrade. Vernie Parks, Margaret Dyehouse, Everett Anderson, Edward Payne, Lee Bell. Second Grade. Ruby Cress, Elsie Riee Arnold, Raymond Hutchins. Thompson. Third Grade. Victoria Anderson, Mabel Elmore. Fourth Grade. William Blankenship. Sixth Grade. Grace Anderson, Iva Thompson. Seventh Frade. RoseArnold, Carrie Anderson. Wadie Thompson. Under the caption, "Grows Best Bushel of Wheat in World." the Cincinnati Post says: "Samuel D. Carpenter, of Red Rock, Okla., has received the gold medal for growing the best bushel of wheat in the world. It was awarded him at the dry farming congress at Tulsa. For good measure he was given a gasoline engine worth $225. The prize bushel tested 63! bushels to the acre. The wheat yield on nearby farms tanged from 18 to 25 bushels an acre". Mr Carpenter is the nephew and namesake of Mr. Samuel D. Carpenter of this place. He is a native of Madison county and a son of Col. John Carpenter and has visited here. SUNDAY SCHOOL, Tl A WOMAN CAMP By M. QUAD 1913, IN Lesson XII. Fourth Quarter, For Dec. 21, 1913. THE INTERNATIONAL Copyright, erary Press. by Associated Lit- SERIES.. -- surance; but Iwe wish to talk to those who are not fully aware of the Mr. W. C. Cummins, our leading merchant, has decided to locate in advantages of Insurance, and re- Georgia on account of the health of his Pure Hermitage Cannel coal at 15 cents a bushel, if bought during December. Come quick while it last?, Hudson & Hughes. Misses Gustava Dyehouse and Jennie Richardson were received into the M. E. church Sunday morning after IF YOU WILL PERMIT baptismal exercises at the altar us to demonstrate to you the need administered by Rev. R. B. Baird, the of Insurance, we are satisfied that pastor you will no longer be without it. Someone who is a good friend of Mr. John Quincy Naylor, left a sack con Leavel-Heade- d taining seven cats on his door step. Seven is a lucky number but not so men realize the importance of In- lucky when it is cats. TjHE?3D L. & N. Arrive. Train Schedule At Lancaster, Ky. 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 & BESUbSNCE? spectfully solicit an opportunity to family. He began a closing out sale on to give them information. the 13th which is largely attended. We hope to see the next Legislature FRISBIE & THOMAS, enact suitable laws for the protection of the fur bearing animals in Kentucky LANCASTER, KY. as well as one to protect our quail and other game birds: especially one to OfTue Citizens National Bank. protect quail for five years. Miss Dora Douglss was Official Directory Of Garrard Coauty. here shop Ashland, at Paris to Cincinnati. No 71; 8:35 a. m. To Rowland & Stanford connecting at Rowland, L & N to all points South. No 28; 11:04 a. m. To Richmond, connecting with L & N to Irvine & Beattyville, Lexington & Cincinnati, Middlesboro & Knoxville. No 70; 11:50 a. m. To Richmond, connecting with fast train to Cincinnati. No 27; 2:09 p. m. To Louisville, connecting at Lebanon Junction to Elizabethtown & Bowling Green, and at Bardstown Junction to Bardstown & Springfield. No 9; 8:42 p. m. To Stanford, connecting with fast train to Bristol & Atlanta. Circuit Judge llou. Cairiea A. Hardin. Commonwealths Attorney Hon. Kmmet B. F. HUDSON, President. Par-yea- r. W. O. Rigney, Ass't Cash'r. J. S. JOHNSON. J. J. Walker, Jr., Vice PresL r. Text of ths Lesson, John i, Golden Text, Memory Verses, 3 John i, 13 Commentary by Rev. D. M. Stearns. We would be glad to take the regular lesson In Josh, slv as our meditation for today and be refreshed by the story of Caleb, who felt as strong at eighty-fiv- e as he did at forty and asked Joshua for the mountain where the giants were and received Hebron as part of his inheritance because be bud wholly followed the Lord God of Israel, but we choose the Christmas lesson for a greater than Caleb is here, even the Lord, whom Caleb followed and who kept him alive all those years while over C00.000 died in the wilder ness. The studies for 1914 will be ou the life of Christ in the gospels, concluded from 1912, when the last lessons were In Matt xvill, and this will form a connecting link as well as be a more appropriate Christmas study. "The JVord was made flesh" points us to Gal. iv, 4. "When tho fullness of the time was come God sent forth His Son. made of a woman, made under were un the law to redeem them-thder the law;" also to Hob. il. 14. "For as much then as the children are par takers of flesh and blood. He also Himself likewise took part of the same." We must remember 1 Tim. Ill, 10, "Great is the mystery of godliness; God wa3 manifest in the flesh." We are not asked to understand it. for we cannot, but we can believe it. Bishop Tborold has said that to recognize what we cannot explain and to consent that it should not be explained is the humility of true wisdom, and to accept what we could not otherwise have known, on the authority of God's revealed word, is the obedience of faith. To this we are called absolute and unconditional faith in every word of God. This is the eagle gospel, as Matthew Is the lion, Mark the ox and Luke the man. Here we soar beyond all the others. Matthew takes us back to Abraham, Luke to Adam, but here we are taken to the beginning, before the world was, and to tho Creator of all things, without whom was not anything made that was made iverse 3). He is called "the Word of God" In Rev. xix, 13, and "the Word" In I John v, 7. To me "the Word of the Lord" in Gen. xv, 1, is also Himself talking to Abram. The Bible Is the written word, and He is the living Word. Some one has said: The Scriptures and the Lord bear one most holy name. The written and the Living Word are In at Book-Keepe- all things the same. Circuit CIrrk William B. Mason. Master Commissioner V. H. Brown. Trustee Jury I'lind Benj. F. Kobiuson. Official Court Stenographer Miss 8ue Shelby Mason. W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. ORGANIZED 1883. County Judtje A. O. Ford. County Attorney J E. Robinson. Comity Clerk J. W. Hamilton. Deputy clerk Harry Tomllnson. Corouer 1, A. Jones. Sheriff George T. Ballard. Deputy SLerlll C. A. Kobiuson. Superintendauc of Schools Miss Jennie V. S. Carrier. Assessor Deputy Assessor E. B. Ray. Jailer Jack Adams. Supervisor ot Roads Cleveland Bourne. Treasurer B. F. Hudson. MAGISTRATES. .1. I Bourne 1st. Dist. ilrgiii I sou 2nd. Dist. illarrlsor. Kay 3rd, Dist. .James Coldlrou 4th. Dist. 73ze I a Citizens National Bank ! OF LANCASTER, KY. a Hig-gir- s. Capital $50,000. Surplus $40,000. j k J 1 j , 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. CttONTY BOARD OK EDUCATION. Cronlry Broaddus. 1st. Dist. It. D McMurtr), Snd.Dist. O. J. Ileudren. Srd. Dist. Thomas P. King, 4th. Dist. CITY OF LANCA8TEU. Mayor H.T. Logan. City Judge E. W. Harris. City Attorney R. H.Tomlinson. City Clrk II. K. Herndon. City Assessor John M. Mount. City Treasurer D. A. Thomas. Chief Police I.. E. Ilerrou. COUNCILMEN Parker Gregory. II. C. Hamilton. W. M. Zanone. B.F.Walter. Q S Creenleaf Wm. Herndon. Roots & Compounded Ik a, COM-CEL-SA- Jt, GOD'S MEDICINES according to the Original & Exclusive Forraulaa & Becipes of Charlie White-jilooThe Ccv-bo- y Herbalist, for tho treatment of human ailments. Endorsed in tho Bible. Thousands of Testimonials. tho SCIENCE SOPE, for tho HuGreat man Skin Only. Ask your druggist, or write Body-Toni- c. CHARLIE WEITE-HGO- N Tbi Cswic; HuStlcl ofttc'NAroa or REKMIES canLiaE mux SC1E.1CE Mrs. CHARLIE 3731 WHITE-MOO- N POSTED The undersigned hereby jp7e warning to all persons not to trespass upon our lands for any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all offenders to ful lest extent of the law. Hunters and. Fishermen especially take notice. G. W. Elam. R. L. Elkin. Ed & N B Price J. W Sweeney V. G. Anderson John M. Farra J. H. & W. S. Weaver. B. L. Kelley. B. M. Lear. S. C. Henderson, W. S. Embry A. J. Caddell, H. C. Arnold Mrs. Pattie D. Gill. Ssrah J. L. Hackley. We will add other names for 25 cents cash. Ccnnly .Court Days. 4 S0?E West Broadway Louisville, Kentucky MR, ALLEN SAVED FINE HAMS. Tells Our Farmers How They Can Avoid The Spoiling of Their THIRTY-NIN- E ONLY LOST ONE. and good." Mr. W. G. Hayden, of Maxwell, Kentucky declares the Salter to he worth its weight in gold. Says he could not save his joints without it. So doe3 Mr. C. M. Taylor of Owens-borKentucky. Mr. Wm. Wilson, of 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 is 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 tay for it. Besides, itwill 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. o, Pork Joints. farmers who haven't a3 yet killed their hogs for fear of losing their joints, as has been the case v.'ith 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 Ovvensboro, Kentucky, who has perfected a Meat Salting machine which shoot3 the salt brine right to the bone at the start and prevents the meat from 'spoiling. "Mr. W. W. Allen, of Junction City, Texas writes Mr. Turley, killed twenty big hogs last season when the weather was warm and saved everv ham and shoulder except one, on which the Sal-- 1 ter was not used and that one spoiled ! in three days; and others kept sweet! To those f r r 1st. Mon'daj. Paiis, 1st. Monday. Frankfort. 1st. Monday. Karrodshurg, 1st. Monday. Laxirgton, 2nd. Monday. Stanford. 2nd.Mor.day. Shelbyville, 2nd. Monday. Carlisle, 2nd. Monday. Danville, 3rd. Monday. Lawrenceburg, 3rd. Monday. Nicholasville, 3rd. Monday. Mt. Sterling, 3rd. Monday. Somerset, 3rd. Monday. Georgetown, 3rd. Monday. LANCASTER. 4th. Monday. Winchester, 4th. Monday. Monticello. 4th. Monday. Versailles, 4th. Monday. Kichmo'-.d- , He is distinct from and yet one with the Father, "The Word wns with God and the Word was God." As one has said, this is too high for us. but In verse 14 He comes near to us in human form and tabernacles among us. He Is the Babe who was born in Bethlehem, and yet His goings forth 'have been from of old. from the days of eternity (MIc. v, 2). The same verse says that He was born to be ruler in Israel, and In John i. 49. Nathanael recognized Him as such, saying, "Rabbi, Thou art the Son of God: Thou art the King of Israel." He has never yet ruled in Israel, but He Himself answered Pilate. 'Thou sayest that I am a King. To this end was I born and for this cause came I into the world" (John xvlll, 37). Though we rarely. If ever, see this title, "the Ruler of Israel." In Christmas Sunday school decorations, yet for the fulfillment of this the world waif. He Is the only Life and Light of men individually, but when He shall come again as the Light and Glory of Israel then nations shall come to her light and kings to the brightness of her rising. It shall be to the world as Life Rom. xl. from the dead (Isa. Ix. 15). There is no life or light or knowledge of the true God apart from Him. for He only can reveal the Father (verse 18). and those who do not receive Him as God do not know the true God. but worship a god of their own imagination, suggested to thpm by the God of this world, the ltuler or the darkness of this world (II Cor. Iv. 4; Eph. vi. 12). The prophets have spoken the truth by the Holy Spirit, but He is the Truth (John xlv. 0 and reveals to us the holiness or God and our sinfulness, but also the grace that saves sinners freely by His merits iverse 17: Horn, iii, 24; v. 1: II Cor. vlll. Ui. I think that verses 10. 11 are among the saddest in the whole Bible, telling Us that the world that was made by Him knew Him not. and the people Whom He came to redeem received Him not. They make us think or Ills wn words, "Oh. Jerusalem. and ye how often would I. tvould not" iMntt. xxlil. 37). and of I lie Jay when He wept over the city saying. "If thou lmdst known. but (Luke xlx. 41. 42i. There now" are no words more precious than those of verses 12, 13. which tell us how to be horn of God and the true inentiing of believing, a word used a hundred Believing all times in this gospel. about Him will not beneiit "s unless we humbly receive Illm into our hearts as our own personal Saviour, who loved us and gave Himself ror us. bearing our sins In His own body. Believing Is receiving, and he that hath the Son hath Life il John v. 12i. No man of us who was there can ever forget the afternoon a party of hunters and Indian fighters rode up to our mining camp with a lone woman in their midst months since It had been twenty-tw- o any of us had seen anything more resembling a woman than a pair of spectacles and a red cotton handkerchief, and to say that we were knocked down, stepped on and crushed into the hard soil with astonishment is saying little enough. The woman was a widow, who had been captured by the Indians from an 'immigrant train and then recaptured by the hunters. She was about forty years of age, had taken the situation coolly, and instead of making an effort to restore herself to the train and to her relatives with whom she was journeying had asked to be set down in our camp until she could make up her mind what course to pursue. This was the way the leader of the hunters turned her over to our care: "Say, you diggers arter silver, here's a woman who wants to stop here for a spell till she gets rested. She's and she sings like a south wind blowing over prairie flowers." And this was the way we received her: "Ahem yes ahem Jess so hats off, boys no swearing glad to see ye hope yer well ahem exactly!" There were thirty of us standing around there, mouths open, hats off, knees wabbling and more coming up from the diggings every minute, and something in the situation made the widow grin as she looked us over. I filed my claims as follows: First I assisted her off the horse. Second. I said I hoped she was well. Third. I remarked that It was a melodious afternoon. Fourth. She accepted my arm as we walked to camp and then accepted my shanty as her headquarters. If a tidal wave six feet high "had come rolling up the valley it wouldn't have produced half the flutter occasioned by the presence of the Widow Fleming. There were eighty or ninety of us, rough, brawny and more or less wicked, some married, some divorced and some old bachelors, and to have a dumpy little black eyed widow with a pretty mouth and a voice as sweet as sixty cent molasses pop in upon us at 3 o'clock in the afternoon was excuse enough to stop work. Several curious things happened right away. Colonel Taylor, who had never been known to wash his face or comb bis hair, started out In search of a clean shirt and a pocket comb. Bill Goodben, the ugliest looking man in camp, offered $o for a piece of looking glass two inches square, and, not being able to find one, he went and washed bis feet as the next best thing. There was a general washing up and combing and scrubbing and hunting out clean shirts and neckties, and the old man Payson. who had been sick in bed for a week, got up and began to chew tobacco and call for his clothes, and he observed: "Gentlemen, who knows but what this widder heard I had $C0 saved up, and she has come here to ask for my hand in marriage?" I have further claims to file, as follows: Fifth. I was chosen guardian to the widow by a unanimous vote. Sixth. The widow seemed perfectly satisfied with the choice. Seventh. I had the only clean white shirt in that whole camp, and only five buttons were missing from the gareddl-cated, mm a Our line of i Tn CHRISTMAS GOODS. is now open. Please call and inspect. It shows the usual va- rity and quanity and our prices are most reasonable. ",H R. B. McRoberts & Son. LANCASTER, Ky. GO SOUTH THIS WINTER Go where fair skies, ideal weather, and outdoor enjoyment dispel all thought of winter's discomfort. WINTER TOURIST FARES NOW AVAILABLE VIA INCLUDING FLORIDA, NEW ORLEANS, PANAMA "LAND OF THE SKY." TICKETS ON SALE DAILY. ATTRACTIVE STOP-OVELONG RETURN R TO ALL RESORTS OF THE SOUTH AND LIMIT. PRIVILEGES. EQUIPMENT, SERVICE AND SCENERY UNSURPASSED. For details consult any Ticket Agent or write 101 H. C. KING, Passenger and Ticket Agent. Eat Main St, Lexington. Ky. 26-Pi- ece FREE Chest Rogers FREE Silverware Or One Solid Gold ment cut Other claims were intrusted to me to be filed, as follows: Seven different men had their hair Six others shaved themselves with Diamond Hing Will be given away Jackknlves. Over a dozen of our band let up a notch or two on swearing. Well, it was curious what a change that widow wrought In our camp. In our way of living, and upon the manners of the men. Kaon made an effort to clean and slick up, and in most cases with marked success. Before her advent we could count on two or three quarrels per day. After her coming such a thing was never known. Indeed one day, when Teter White so far forgot himself as to Insult Charles O'Gay. Charles took him aside and whispered: "Peter, I kin turn ye wrong side out in six ticks of a clock, but I'm not the sort of a gentleman to kick up a row and upset a lady's nerves. I'll lay It up agin ye, and arter she leaves camp I'll wallop ye or die trying!" And the widow, she sewed on buttons and mended rent garments for the whole of us, and she taught this one how to cook, and that one how to patch and darn, and before we knew it she was a godmother and an idol. A queen could not have commanded deeper respect, nor an angel greater reverence. She was with us about six weeks, and then went away with friends who came for her. Kach man was taken by the hand and given a goodby word, and as she was lost to sight down the trail the awful silence among our crowd was broken by the thundering report of the .judge blowing his nose, followed by the husky observation: "Waal, I swan! Hanged if I've felt so much like crying in about forty-teve- n years!" at the & Window Jewelry Optical Company DANVILLE, KY. " The Saturday Eve Before Xmas Dec. 20th, at 8:45 p. m. With every 25c worth purchased from today until DecemIn other ber 20th, we will give a numbered coupon. words with a 25c purchase we will give 1 coupon, 50c purchase 2 coupons, $1 purchased 4 coupons, etc. On December 30th, at 8:45 P. M., there will be a drawing at the store) the lucky number winning the prize. In Addition to our Extensive Line of Jewerly, we Garry a Large Stock of NOVELTIES Presents suitable for every one and full value for your money Watches, Tiie Central Record For a Christmas Gift. One Dollar for One Year. fcrfJ-C-- Clocks, Lockets, Ear Rings, La Vailiers, Manicure Sets, Mesh Bags, Toilet Sets, Vanities, China, Cut Glass, Rings,. Bracelets. Don't forget our Optical Department, none better in tie State. If every" one else has failed, try us. T.J. TURLEY, Owensboro, Ky. Write Mr. Turley Today for Yours. i . ,X .a. .:: -v " t' ?& a. , . r , a- ;ra3reKrea5 s k C The Central Record, rriday, Dec Ig, 1913. .i PageS We rise to Remark that summing up all the good points about OBELISK Flour would' nt give you nearly as good an idea of its superiority as a single trial of it. in your home. We know that once you see how beautifully it bakes and how far it goes, you will be a steady user of it hereafter. The two boon companions are JbBhSK If HB You Employ the Rirst You Are Always Sure Of The Second. on rand i 4fififf Kroan pre-emine- nt kernels of selected wheat ground under conditions of perfect cleanliness. LOOK AROUND, and you will see thai the dark shadow of dyspepsia never rests in the HOME where OBELISK flour is used, it is so wholesome, so nutritions, so digestlMe, that people who cannot eat ordinary bread, can eat with impunity, pie or cake baked with OBELISK Flour. It gives food for thought in the fact that the demand for this flour is increasing rapidly, as only the bast wheat grown is used in milling it. thus causing it to stand among pure white wholesome, ami healthful Hours, and oa that account we are enabled to sell you such a high grade Flour as the OBEUSK at such a reasonable price. Look for and save the coupons in each package, they are valuable. Ve carry a full supply of high grade Coals. Cotton Seed Meal Salt in sacks and barrels and builders material. Pure "Hermitage" Cannel Coal at 15c per bushel uV,tng Dscember. Come Utile it lasts. We solicit a share of your patronage and give prompt service to those fa?orinjt w. EVERYBODY who once uses OBELISK FLOUR speaks loudly in its praise as being the best they ever used, it contains nothing but th B CapSKKpt tsdSsr I vrl T, . sssfesgas&gsBfe&sasg&&c C. STONE, President. f re A. M i wife: U 'F "'2f Tfr JM -r L3SBKCZB8B m jSi & : Effjfcs g KJT arS:xs(0fe''r Wisrar'l0frti !. II - TELEPHONE 26. KSSsaTsK5s:otaaaiH:i5:'-tVice-Preside- aixfisri tESsswa; S5&S55,!rSiSireir;x!r3 :7?-r3--.i &::2.Ki -- LANCASTER, KY. . MaEvaJSsaBSMsSsisstiiltfJiS'eKjp' ffi.,1- -. &Us i I . J. M. GENTRY. LUTHER STIVERS. Sales Manager. R. L. BAKER. Secretary and Treasurer. s TSUr. ES2G ? 5?.... 7Ul2Si2S H. Tji i i j5 X r fr? & 11 fell iUiPII B IT f SB S. ! s' aouu T4 A- -' iTl 0 0OV7 rtW ih 'u ttn fe, OwiM(Xi it s When one thini of the little eada on their many little pi !ov.--; these . Christmas coming days, one no doubt . win tniiiK or their ma'iy little cneam and manj will try to make at least one ,.,,.. iiCI D. W. INCORPORATED. AUCTIONEERS: G. H. RAKER and G. H. AKERS. Luthsr Stivers, Jotin and Clyde Buckley, Lesiie Knight, J. C. Stone, Morgan Gentry and Boosters for the following houses. Scott ' 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. ; Save Ym Timg and" a By having SE EN LARGE WAREHOUSES ve can UNLOAD YOUR TOBACCO in one of them ANY DAY YQU GET HERE. Don't you think your tobacco will be looked after PERSONALLY if you sell with HENRY S. WALKER, of Jessamine County, who is manager at the CENTRAL HOUSE, or J. C. STONE, an oH Madison County man and J. LESLIE KNIGHT at the OLD SHEL'3URNE HOUSE.'or LUTHER STIVERS .i the STIVERS HOUSE, or the BUCKLEY BOYS at the LLXINGTON HOUSE or MORGAN GENTRY at All experienced tobacco men and are anxious to get you hih prices for jour to-t- .a t. ROWERS HOUSE. co. We have one set of buyers selling in our house ah the time. We can unload your tobacco and e' you borne the same day. Our Auctioneer is the best one that has ever been on this market. & When one thinks oi the manv who -- j m are suifering throughout the state with g. that fifeat white plasue. tuberculosis. ii many no doubt will try to lelieve these It. sulfeiinKones by bluing a few of the j Red Cros Christmas stamps, every . Jt ' I'!e Cnimney Climber. eent ot these sales go lowar.l the re- hefof these suffdnng ones, and if Quoth a Claus, "I'm' getting fat, every one would only u,e these stamps And though vA not a churl it would go far towaids alciating I think the person'for this Job l,aln ancI WouId be the hi ,eM rt home of these stamps have been pjt in the hands of the Woman's Club for Jusj gfinja Mflw sale and those who want to help this cause can buy them lf Mi3 Sue Shelby There once was a woman who said Mason and others. " . "This shopping you all so much dread zi ' 'Could be done in a minute No matter fww luwly the world may - Jf Vou'd only begin it." seem and the heart and out of of reformers she now 13 the head. tune, every one shojld make the brave resolve to put dull care from him on ' A tllrislmas Lelter. Xmns clay and try to be hanuy. One r. . .. ... pray nearest . rnyins, remember when (rti maj circumstances, yet ' J'ou re making up the list mat., it Tju nfnli.ui. rn or Of your pi esents of December funless T b bringing tho'e whom they love les , 'rt!! I am to be missed) together, if it be possible. It would fcejt very forlorn occasion for many a That I've slippers, picture brackets, smoking sets of various ,311 oie were it not forsoir.eearnestinvita-tio- n UaU a dozen fmoking jacketstjpes thirty- - f ?3 from a relative or fuend to come seven meerahaum pipes, and dine and make merry with him. Twenty patent "kid g!oe menders," IE; The family reunion .should be one of ' collar boxes by the score, great rejoicing. Of embroiderer silk suspended, forty- , - ,,.:" JtM. Kentucky will be used ir Kentucky. "s far as practicable, in the lo- ca.uy Horn which the moneviilerivwT bUHDOrtinir Visitinf mir.ac. " " supplies, and directions for home e.;re. to consumptives, and ojt..,.i:.I of the ways m whicli the Kentucky i' fund will be spent. Uuy seals of the loeal aKent, if there one in your town. If theie is no ai;ent, ask to be appointed ocal agent. ,. ,, . reeus vy a mail "' sujijuv jour orcer. Auaress the Kcd Cross Lhnst- ' .; mas Seal Capitol RuiWm", Ppnnfcfnrf ' 1" nn(1 -- iS?ar.-A,&.&7',-&i.- - cig or - LJ1.L- -- JLTJT- -' " I ?- C3 I :...,.,'. ... i s, V ?? T i- -. ,T .' t . . tlen Lily ft r VLlAn H FLOUR "f I- - j f on '- Why Clean? Why Pure? i:i,ir ,,,,, Because the Wheat Is then washed and scoured. tet 'sKeirtetL ' -.1 , ' Because everything impure is removed by our new process of cleaning. Why Sanitary? Because under high VaciKam piesswe to extract all dust am! dirt under wMcii tiie Wheat goes, rer.ders it so. I j . Try Us With a Load and You Will Sell The Balance of Your Crop With Us. JAMES C. STONE, President. WfPy PL AS GIFT FROM 'THIS LIS T. I f- ? 1 4- - A AM. 3. 4 ji ! ... ft Y Here we specialize in men's wear of the highest quality. Our mark in any merchandise is a credit to your judgment and a gratification to your friends. ' Gifts at 50c Gifts at $1.50 Gifts at $1.00 Gloves in Box g ! O ' Y jt 'k & Suspenders in Box Cravat in Box Muffler in Box Silk Hose in Box Cuff Links in Box Scarf Pin Two Pure Linen Handkerchiefs Plaited Shirts Kn'rtted Scarf Crocheted Slippers Scarf Pin and Links Knorhe Pajamas Walking Stick Warm Underwear Persian Laundry Bag Silk Suspenders House Slippert, Silk Crocheted Cravat One Box Collars Mocha Gloves Vest Chain Silk Handkerchief Hose and Cravat Nice Dress Shirt Cuff Links O iji g g S g OTHER GIFTS A PLENTY AT MORE MONEY g a - Fine Fur Gloves, Fine Umbrellas, Bags and Suit Cases. Remember, all purchases in Beautiful Gift Boxes without-extr- a charge. Goods delivered free by parcel post on all mail orders for $ . and up. Satisfaction assured or money refunded. 1 SANTA 5IYTH That each year since I was twenty I've ' received a paperweight. v just six or seven ears old an J you are beginning to feel Uave !en wiPtrs. inkstands plenty.!s your conscience pinch you at deceiving Pawl cutters twenty-eighher any longer with the beautiful myth Th,lt rve Brdnine nnd Longfellow by the Imndred every kin- dof Santa Claus, just silence that con- and blue and yellow ( cien;e and wait until she finds out the Shakespears-bla- ck lUHton till t'm nearly blind tiuth for herself If your dau -- liter haa any illusions So there's jusf one p.esent only that I'm wanting in this year left iii this day of disillusion, let her ' keep them. She will feel more resent- - Of my bachelorship so lonely-th- at's yourself, my Phyllis, doar. ment towaid you for shattering them James Courtney Challiss. than she will for deceiving her. You do not think it necessary to tell jour giownup girl all the things jou have discovered about love and matrimony and thereby terminate her dreams that those myths are all they seem to be, do you? After all, the sweetest part of a girl's life from babyhood up is the dream part. Some day she will find out that there is no Santa Claus, and then she will find out that there are no fair- ies, and then she will find out that to- mance doesn't last, and then that mat-- S rimony has its thorns, and then that women grow old, but why open her eyes to these things? Let a child believe in Santa Claus just as long as he or she will and pluck the delicious fiuit from the mythical Christmas tree to her heart's content. it is bad enough to discover the saw- dust in the doll of life when it begins to fall out without being told about it, when jou thought it was really flesh (Next to Court House) i" and blood. If "ny mother's conscience is troub- ' ling her about the Christmas fib tell- -' for your Xmas wants. . , .... ...... nig just, now, ici iiur sit uuwn ana iry to'remember that awful day when she first discovered that there was no Santa Claus, and that conscience will EverylMoi Ataolntely shut up tight and never open its mouth again. THE BEAUTIFUL Jinn U VJ IllUib, - 3 f W V W ilOieSOHTi .r . If jour daughter is - t; 0 ri Because everything is scparaied the pure nutritiacs jart of tke Wheat Kernel After expending several hundred dollars and mojKlis af hard work, we now nnno;.nce with pride the above result TRY A SACK. G i fB' !i lSllJ',tXO1l'a"jK.i" GARRARD VHL-L.IW- CO. "rLfl '.J When In Danville 4p3$&&ft&&& &&4&&&j is Right. 5. Shopping Stop at, When Your Blood is Right Your Whole System If You Have any Blood or skin Disease Do Not Delay until it is too late but Order TODAY I ' I Drug Store. e SYPHILIS. not mm s ERYSIPELAS, ACNE, MALARIA, Reinei a Complete and Positive Remedy for ECZEIM, ,......., M- RHEUMATIS3I, Prices Reasonable. And ail other Forms of Blood and Skin Diseases. BEAUTIFUL Hot Springs Physicians pronounce this the Greatest Bleed and Skin Remedy ever placed on the Market. Bottles--$18.QFull Course Treatment-S- ix Singles Bottle--$5.0- 0 We Prepare a Remedy for Every Disease O Ivory Goods, Stickers, MIERrajRISASj Buy Red Cross Christtaias Sealsfl One cent eachl Not good for postage! Use only on back of mail matter! Issued annually by the American Red Cross Society, and sold by the millions all over the United States to help finance the campaign against 1' M"H The proceeds of the sale in n. Calenders, Seals Cards, Our Treatment for Female Ills is the Greatest of its Kind Ever Offeied Parks DANVILLE. L & Hendren. KENTUCKY. H"1"M"H"I"1"M' 1 Tie Holders and Suffering Women. Leather Goods. Gift Books, New Novels and Write us your Troubles. All Correspondence Strickly Private "The Shoe and Hat Men" 803 Hot Springs Medicine Company, 2 Central Avenue, Hot springs, Ark. 1-- fiHtfinnHiinmiMMi i mihwW"Mimi:w4 ..i tWl Childrens Books. ;. Page 4 The Central Record, Friday, Dec 19,1913. -- -. Next SATURDAY, DEC, 8Qth. two-hor- se v Kf HHI HHH B HH HH! IHHIb H Saturday, Dec .Oth, 1913 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. Number 1. One two horse Studebaker Wagon. Number 4. One Number 3. One 300 pound barrel best Granulated Sugar. Number 2. One 100 pound box Best Arbuckle Coffee. Follow the crowd to my store on the above date. 200 pound barrel best Patent Flour. House Of Quality. of Lancaster is practically out of water, the supply is very meager, in fact with the amount of water availincorporated. $1.00 a year. able, we doubt exceedingly if we could Issued Weekly. successfully cope with a fire of any consequence. The discharge of a J. . ROBINSON. Editor. rocket or a fire cracker might result in R. L. ELKIN, Business Manager. a conflagration which would destroy the entire town. In view of the above Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster, Ky., state of case, we are sure that only Mail Matter. as Second-Clasthrough thoughtlessness would anyMember Kentucky Press Association one, either adult or juvenile jeopardize the safety of the community, and we and would suggest that everyone refrain Eighth District Publishers League. from giving vent to their overflow of holiday gladness by the time honored Lancaster, Ky., December 19, 1913. practice of shooting crackers, which might result in incalculable damage. Jas. Maj. Collier Gets Nice Promotion. W. Smith, . Lancaster, Ky. t A Young Hustler. Buy a ticket to the Home Talent Play, Opera House Monday night, Mr. "Billy" Miller, of the Lancaster It will be interesting and welcome If a man did everv day all that the from one of the children and help some Record, was here Friday doing some news to the host of friends of Maj. W. dentists say he ought to do to his teeth, little girl win a beautiful doll. Mr. evangelizing for his good paper. H. Collier, who has been stationed at all that the manicures say he ought to Miller is an energetic, trustworthy St. Louis as Revenue Agent, to know do to his hand, all that the barbers say See The Diamond Ring. young man and making good for his that he has recently received a hand- he ought to do to his hair, all that the some promotion. He is now stationed tailors say he ought to do to his clothes, & McRoberts employers. Messenger. On display at Morrow at Baltimore Md. as Revenue Agent all that the doctors say he ought to do to be given away by H. T. Logan, DeWill Work Christmas Day. for the district composed of Maryland, to his food, all that physical instructors cember the 24th, 1913. Delaware and the District of Columbia. sav he ought to do to his muscles, all The rural route carriers will cover This is one of the most responsible that the professors say he ought to do their routes on Christmas the same as Circuit Court Adiourns. posts in the Revenue service and re to his mind, and all that the preachers other days. This is supposedly for the quires the services of a man who is say he ought to do to his soul, how term of the Garrard purpose of avoiding the congestion inThe thoroughly conversent with this could he get any time to himself? circuit court, the last term for the year cident to the visit of "Old Santa". particular branch ofj the government 1913, adjourned on last Friday after- This is the only holiday in the year business, hence the choosing of Maj. Size Up Your Small Boy Friend, Then noon, and Judge Hardin will rest until which they do not get. The postoffice Collier to fill it. alter the holidays, his next court being will observe holiday hours. Select Gift. at Danville in January. The term just unusually dull one. the A Lusty Infant With A Promising Future. Many Thanks. Rates For Political Announcements To make the small boy truly happy closed was an You will see some fine shows at dockets being very light, and beyond For Precinct and Citv Offices . . .S 5.00 at Christmas time give him something We are indebted to Mrs. W. 3. Moss 1, Number 1, of the EnterVolume Opera House, dont miss them. the clearing away of a lot of old busi10.00 or County Offices prise, published at Wilmore came to he really wants and not something that ness and the advancement made in the of Lancaster and Mrs. Elizabeth Dillon 15.00 For State and District Offices of Stanford for copies of the Record It is you think he ought to have. Only a Secure your ticket for the Home our exchange table last week. in a few civil cases, very .10 Talent Play. Monday night Dec. 22nd. an eight page, five column sheet, brim- small percentage of the true American pleadings For Calls, per line of date of August 29th. for which we belittle wa3 done. The grand jury 10 For Cards, per line 35cts down stairs. 25 cts, up stairs, ming full of local news and choice' boys want a story book or a necktie or fore its final adjournment returned advertised. These good ladies preserve For all publications in the intera pair of gloves. If he is of an invenRecord, and it is reading matter. children 15 cents. something like.twenty five indictments, every issue of the est of individuals or expresis edited by J. L. Sowers, former- tive mind, a box of tools is an excellent an unusually small number, ana tne certainly very kind of them to break It sion of individual views, per Last week was another "hog killing ly of the "Gatling Gun" of Nicholas-vill- gift. An engine which will run around majority of them being for minor of- their files for our accommodation and 10 time". Hope line we can assure them of our appreciation. we do not hear the and who is a fearless writer and the room is also appropriate. If he All of which points to the fact 05 general cry of spoiled meat, as was all round newspaper man. He has as- loves outdoor sports give him a football fenses. Obituaries, per line enjoying an era that Garrard countyjs Prather-Creecthe case after the first killing. sociated with him Messrs L. S. Fitz-hug- h and a suit to play in, a pair of skates unprecedented peace and happiness. or a sled. Determine just what amuse- of and G. C. May, leading business Miss Emma Prather and Mr. Charles Discussing in the last Issue of the See the Beautiful Doll that will be men of Wilmore, and if the first copy ment the boy likes best whether in- -, May it so continue. Creech were united in marriage by the contest in the democratic given away free to the little girl who may Record be taken as a criterion, their doors or outdoors, whether he likes Rev. Beagle at the Baptist parsonage party for the Senate we took occasion sells the greatest number of tickets to "infant" is destined to grow rapidly in- books or not then the selection of his Warden Wells 01 The Frankfort Peneten-tiar- y on Wednesday afternoon. The bride is to state it as our opinion that of the the Home Talent Play, Opera House to a useful adult of goodly proportions. gift becomes simple. the daughter of Mr. Samuel Prather candidates announced Congressman A. Monday night. Emerges With Flying Colors of Nina and the groom is the son of O. Stanley was best qnalified to sugClever Gentlemen And Masters Of Their The Tobacco Outlook. Mr. Silas Creech of the same place and Of gest and formulate the law that would After An Investigation A Plain Business Proposition. is a popular young farmer. Both are destroy the trust. The market during the pastweek was Calling. popular members of the society circles We are overstocked, and must sell Charges Preferred Against The Interior Journal, perhaps not not quite so strong as the preceding in their locality. They will reside in understanding our meaning, referred our merchandise regardiess of cost. week, and a slump of an average of Messrs Hughes Bros, Ed and Ben, Him. the home recently purchased by the Each dollar spent with us gives you a to the particular language and asked about two cents on the various grades have just completed a job of rehabilgroom, midway between Nina and the question "Which Trust?" It is chance at our large premium list. itating Campbell street in Lancaster, was noted. Hurry H. T. Logan. manuscript containing 46 type Hackley. opinion of the writer, and it was a In a the On the Lexington market, which is which has left that thoroughfare The Record joins their numerous then his intention to say, that of the about on an average with all others, veritable boulevard, which would do written pages, R. L. White, a former friends in well wishes and congratulaGive Us A Call. gentlemen Deputy Assistant Warden accuses tions. candidates announced in the contest These there was sold during the past week credit to any city. held con- Warden Wells of improperly conduct; Mr. Stanley is best qualified to suggest Next Monday is County Court day. 2,636,035 of tobacco which brought up- have for several years past county for work on the ing the affairs of the Reformatory at and formulate a general law for the Come A New Veterinarian For Lancaster. tracts from the in and give us a Christmas call, on an average of $12.19 per hundred, United States Congress that will de- if you owe us, make us county roads, and the splendid condi- Frankfort. The charges were handed Dr. C. H. Tiffin of Center Colorado, an Xmas pre- showing a loss of a little over 5 cents a county is to Gov. McCreary, who promptly restroy all the Trusts without saving or sent of the amount. If you do not owe pound over the average of the preced- tion of the turnpikes of the the work Prison Com- a Veterinarian, has located in Lancasany. After asking the excepting ferred them to the State make yourself a Xmas present of a ing week. Some of the markets did a in a great measure due to practice of his profession mission for investigation. The follow-in- e ter for the question, the editor of that paper intilittle better, some not quite so well, done by them. yeaJs subscription to the Record. body thoroughly and for the present will have his office reDort from that mates that there is in existance a trust These gentlemen have considerable we give Lexington as a fair average. and gives at W. B. Burton's stable. Dr. Tiffin to which Mr. Stanley is under such Garrard growers are marketing their money invested in the latest model exonerates Warden Wells, Quite Original. is a practitioner of many years standthe justice which he obligations that he could not be decrops at a fairly rapid gait, though road working machinery and they have him in a manner ing, is a graduate of the Cincinnati "What are you going to give your there are many of them holding off the art of making new roads and work- so sichlv deserves, that of being one or College pended upon to legislate upon the of Veterinary Medicine and trust question in the interest of the darling little brother for Christmas?" in the hope of better prices after the ing over old ones down to the very the most efficient and humane War held the chair of Clinic Instructor in peneten- people, and against the trust, should the Sunday school superintendent ask- holidays. A very small per cent of the finest point, and much experience dens ever in charge of the that institution. He formerly resided he be sent to the Senate. Now, if we ed Eddie On the Sunday before Christ- crop has as yet been sold, and practi- along this line has enabled them to do tiarv at Frankfort, Following is tne in Hamilton O., where for many years report of the Prison Commlssion:the mas. have given to the Interior-Journcally all of the prize crops are yet in the work, at the minimum cost. he was City Veterinarian. Dr. Tiffin "Oh, I don't know," answered Ed- the hands of the growers. "The Board of Prison Commission correct interpretation, the editor took up comes highly recommended, both as a ers, at their meeting A Warning To Farmers. would do his party and his State a die, thrusting his hands in his first gentleman and a practitioner. He the charges brought by former Assist- will move good service by naming that trust to pockets. "Last year I gave him the gene-"Empty Stocking Club". his family to Lancaster The corn and tobacco crops in L. White " ant Deputy Warden R. which he refers, and at the same time measles early in the new year. over the country last year were very give the public all the evidence upon In the cities people are donating inferior, and in consequence seed corn against Warden A. J. G. Wells, of the State Reformatory, and made a thor Our Hurry Up Sale. liberally to "Empty Stocking Clubs", which he bases this charge against the Greening. and tobacco seed next spring will be in ough investigation of every accusa candidacy of Mr. Stanley. or clubs organized for the purpose of GarWill close Wednesday night Decem great demand and at a premium. Mr. John T. Greening died at the tion. The affidavits of sixty-on- e ber 24th, $502.50 in premiums to be providing Christmas for children whose rard county farmers are already being euards and Drison officials were secur home of Mr. J. B. Swope near parents are unable to provide them importuned by people from a distance Until the last few years, from time given away December 24th, at 2:30 night. After short funeral ed by the board, and, without excep immemorial it has been the annual o'clock. Each and everv one are anything out of the ordinary, or who to let them have their entire surplus. tion, White's charges were shown to services at the house by Rev. J. W. are not destined to receive a visit custom to shoot fireworks on the pub- valuable, a ticket with each dollar above facts, it behooves me false. Mahan, pastor of the Fork church, his from "Old Santa". The funds are In view of the lic Bquare, as well as elsewhere in the spent with us. the, county to begin H. T. Logan. "The members of the board have remains were interred in the Lanusually collected by the newspapers the farmers of city of Lancaster, and we have seen making some arrangement for their been in close touch with affairs in the caster Cemetery on Thursday morning. and philanthropic people and turned the time when it was absolutely danand they are State Reformatory and have had perHauling Water Foi Light Plant. Mr. Greening was 78 years of age over to some society for judicious dis seed before it is too late gerous to cross that thoroughfare becalled upon to pay exorbitant prices. sonal knowledge of Judge Wells' work. and was born in Madison county, though tribution. The proprietors of the Lancaster tween the hours of 8 and 12 o'clock on Out in the country the need for such Overhaul your corn and see if any of it They were confirmed in their belief in the greater pcrtion of his life was Christmas eve. Within the last few Electric Light Plant are hauling water action may not be so urgent, but is available for seeding purposes, if the warden's ability and integrity by spent in Lincoln. He is survived by years this youthful pleasure (?) has to Lancaster by rail in order to keep nevertheless, there is always some lit- not make some arrangements with the practically unanimous sworn testi- his wife and one son, Mr. Walter been greatly curtailed, and every ef- the plant in operation. They have rent- tle heart that might be gladdened by a your more fortunate neighbor. Like mony of the prison employes. Even Greening, who i3 well known in Lanfort has been made upon the part of ed two large oil tanks from the Stan- portion of our Christmas cheer; some wise make some arrangements as to the convicts themselves have passed caster, and is now cashier of the Exthe city authorities to put a stop to it dard Oil Co and the L & N R. R. brings little child who but for the kindheart-ednes- s the securing of your supply of tobacco resolutions denouncing White'scharges change State Bank of Parsons Kan. all together. Notwithstanding their them a tank each day. The tanks hold and thoughtfulness of some one seed. Do not put this matter off un as untrue, and expressing their affec- The deceased was a good citizen and efforts there has been some crackers about 8000 gallons. more fortunate than themselves, may til the last minute or you may find tion for Judge Wells and their grati- highly respected gentleman and his exploded. Up tohis time no string los3 is mourned by a wide circle of not receive a visit from "Old Santa". yourself compelled to pay exorbitant tude to him foi kind treatment. ent measures have been used and the Terrill Will Doubtless Success Himself. Can you imagine a more heartbreaking prices for what you are compelled to "The Board of Prison Commissioners friends. chief of police has been satisfied with Hon. Stanly Reed of Mason county disappointment to you when a child, lave. reiterate their faith in the character For Sale. warning the offenders. has withdrawn from the race for . the than to arise and find an empty stockand efficiency of Judge Wells. They Bank Stock For Sale. At this time however, fair warning Speakership of the Ky House of Rep- ing on Xmas morning? My mother's household furniture, management of approve his intelligent is given that there positively must be resentatives, and Hon. Claude Terrill Will you not when you are .making I will offer for sale to the highest prison affairs. They have abundant including parlor set, new cooking stove ( no fireworks discharged within the will doubtless be renominated and op- such lavish preparations for a "Merry bidder before the court house door at proof of his kindness and mercy. There and all kitchen utensils, iron bed, dincity limits during the holidays or at position is improbable. There is no Christmas" for your own little ones, 2 o'clock P. M. on next county court is not a scintilla of evidence that re- ing table, heating stove, carpets, and any other time. There will be none outlook for any dissension in the com- allow your thoughts to turn for a day, Monday Dec 22 1913, three shares flects on his honesty. The charges many other articles. Must be disposed sold, no license has been issued and ing session and it is hoped and expect- moment to those less fortunate, and of stock in the Citizens National Bank against him are malicious misrepres- of by January 1st. Will sell at a barthe law will be rigidly enforced. Nor ed that much business will be entations, and its author is unworthy gain. devote a little of what you had intend- of Lancaster Ky. is this unreasonable or unjust; the city Phone 368 F. Mrs. Bright Herring. ed for your own, to their happiness? of belief." Joseph L. Francis. The Central Record How Could He Make A Living. School Notes. (By Wm. F. Miller.) s mid-wint- er e, h. Mrs E. E. Dickerson and Miss Critch-fiel- d were Tuesday morning visitors at our school. Don't forget the "Operetta" at the school Auditorium Tuesday night. The "Operetta" will be the school entertainment for Xmas. Everyone is cordially invited to attend. The Xmas holiday will begin Dec. 24th and continue to Jan. 5th '14. The "Operetta" will be a two act farce and will consist of Dancing; Singing and playing. The examinations began Wednesday morning for the half year school work. The Operita will be played at the school Auditorium Tuesday night Dec. 23rd with Miss Daniels the instructor. Everybody is invited to attend 7:30 o'clock. Prof Caneer attended the educational meeting at Berea Tuesday. Sixty High school Boys and Girls, will take part in the Operetta Tuesday night Dec. 23rd at school Auditorium. Following are the charactors. King Diamond Joe West Queen Diamond Charlotte Pollitt. Prince Emerald Milton Elliott. Princess Sapphire Mamie S. Dunn. Lady Onyx Fay Acton. Lady Turquoise Viola Beagle. Lady Pearl Gracie M. Cochran. Kady Garnett Martha Tinder. Billy Wis- eBilly Miller. Lord Topaz Glass Carrier. Lord Agate Bradley Bourne. Officers Sterling Herron and Carl Acton. - :V NINA. Mrs. John Wheeler is improving rapidly. Mrs. Bettie Maliar, is very sick at this writing. Mr. Alan Powel, unloaded a load of turkeys here at 14 cents per pound. Mr. Cronley Ross. i3 building on the farm that he recently bought of W. T. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Sanders, attend the tobacco sales at Richmond, yesterday. Our school Miss is very busy this week, preparing for her entertainment Saturday evening. Our hustling merchant, Mr. W. E. Whitaker, is doing good business, and is very accomodating. Pure Hermitage Cannel coal at 15 cants a bushel, if bought during December. Come quick while it Iast3. Hudson & Hughe?. ed al to-da- y, al Marks-buryTuesd- ay DAILY Courier Mil 1 and Central Record ONE YEAR For $3.50 This does not apply to residents of Lancaster. SBJfKJfKJJESJttWKJWSWKaWK t"e y HOME TOBACCO WAREHOUSE RICHMOND, .KENTUCKY. jiMMSfwaiflktteKMhirfiMiKirfiMmiHia frwMMHWHwwii liiiin S5ttSasaHitHttBlSSiKttSlEatfaaft HaStaHHHaaSBT!iiHd tmvmBfaELQE&SB&8WBQt KftS6SASaH6SmaABaSBftBft DOOOS O0S$OaSH3O3H3$H&M The Largest and Most Convenient. Automatic Scales. Entire Roof Slopes To South. The Best Light. Highest Prices and Courteous Treatment Assured. Best Stail For Your Horses. iitittfit'SflBBBBBe8a 04SK$aa$aWWo$a$H3 iiiiiiiniMattaaxMHM HBKhWiii;wMxmiwwitwwiWCTr' s$g4K$aBs8$MS$K &$$$&$$$&$$$$ jii t t. jasaii I,-- I.V .. The Central Record, Friday, Dec. 19, 1913 Page 5 .?. iu Useful The Store Of The Christmas Spirit. Holiday Gifts Never s?ffi?n Grow Old CHRISTMAS 1913 is going down in history as a tribute to the long headedness of American Men and Women. Gifts this year, as never before, will be mostly of practical sort. This store suggests at every turn, what folks want most. Things they would buy for themselves If you want your grfts to'be genuinely appreciated, come to this store and learn what delightful, appropriate things we have. The Store of The Christmas Spirit. up-to-d- ate Furs, Beautiful Dress Patterns, Handkerchiefs Elegant Hosiery, Gloves, M esh Bags, Leather Bags, Neckwear along with numerous other ideal Gifts to be had here. We can't tell you about them all in this ad. YOU MUST COME AND SEE FOR YOURSELF. The SEE OUR Joseph j Mercantile Company r d The Store Where You Can Find What You Want at a Price You, Want to Pay. Misses Rella and Mary Arnold motored Maggie Brown. Nose-Ti- p yaceinatlon. to Nicholasville Sunday for a visit to Tne young Japanase diplomat point Mrs. John E. Stormes, Judge A. D. YOU'LL HND IT IN THIS COLUMN. Mesdames Folger and Hemphill. Ford and Mrs. Will Cook motored to ed to his father, the marquis. "That's father," he said, "the old Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Lear, were in Lexington, and spent the dav last Fri- fellow with the saucer-shapescar on day. Danville, Court Day. the tip of his nose. AH Japs of the Zimmer's fruit cake is unexcelled. Miss Estella Conn, of the school of I older generation have that scar." Mrs. R. S. Brown was in Richmond " "Yes?" said the debutante. j Pharmacy in Louisville, will be with Maple trees for sale. I. P. Thompson for a stay of several days. "Yes, it's a vaccination mark. In her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Conn, Miss Mary Lynn Fox of Stanford, days, when compulsory vacci-the old Fresh osters always, at Currey's for the holidays. j nation first began we Japs vaccinated was a visitor here Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hoeing of i everybody on the tip of the nose.i Everything for your black cake at Mrs. T. C. Doty is visiting relatives Milwarkee. Wis., are to arrive and Wn'? Well, because it was a good Ball's. in Richmond and Paris this week. spend a portion of the holidays with Piace-- nere meres no movement j Mrs. W. H. Ward's has a fresh stock rub off the scab. And also because a Curry Robinson, now of Washington. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Sweeney. vaccination scar on the nose was easi- of candies and fruits. D. C, is at home for the holidays. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Walker, of ly identified by the medical officers of Go to Zimmer"s for your Christmas Mrs. Kellev Francis, of Hindman, is Fayetteville, Tennessee, came Thurs the government. A man didn't have day, for the Yuletide, to visit Mr. to take off half his clothes in order fruit and candies. here visiting her aunt Mrs. Mattie D. James N. Dennv, and Mrs. Florence to prove that he'd been vaccinated. Duncan. Full line of hand painted china, at "Yes, the nose Up vaccination had Walker. Mrs. Mary Dickerson, of Richmond, its good points, but before the modern Currey's. Mrs. A. H. Rice who has been the I hankering after beauty It had to go." is with her daughter Mrs. George Ray Pure open kettle New Orleans moguest of Mr. H. C. Sutton, and Mrs. ! of Buckeye. lasses, at Ball's. Sutton left this week to visit her France's Foreign Legion. Miss Lillian Cochran, has been in The French Foreign lesion, which Govel Organ for sale call at Mrs. C. Stanford, for a stay with her aunt, sister Mrs, Louis Landram in Danville, is always the-- cause of so mucb bad before returning to her home in RichD. Powell. Mrs. W. S. Fish. blood in Germany. Is the only regiment mond, Ind. of Its kind hi existence. It dates from I Buy your Christmas fruit cake Miss Virginia Beazley, is at home of Miss Mayme Marsee entertained 1831. when France undertook the con- Zimmer. from a visit to her aunt; Mrs. Wm. very delightfully at her home, on last quest of Algeria. It consists of two Hays, of Stanford. Friday evening, in honor cf the B. Y. regiments, each four battalions strong, ' All ingredients for fruit cake, at Mrs. J. M. Farra, Misses Bertha and P. U., of the Baptist church. There drawn from all the adventurers of , Currey's. Bettie Wtlker Burnside, were recent were assembled about sixty guests, Europe. It Is popular not only because t no questions are asked, but because visitors in Danville. FOR SALE:-Florence Heater, aland a very delightful time was spent. promotion Is open to all. within limits, i most new. Mr. and Mfs. Oscar Hendren of Messrs R. P. Gregory and L. E. Her-ro- n and a certain number of the officers Mrs. Susan Fisher. All classes Madison, are visitors of Misses Bessie were in Danville Monday inspect- have risen from the ranks.Its members are to be found among and Eunice Prather, We have everything needed for your ing the theaters of that city, securing and all nationalities, but the many Bristow Conn, of Danville, was over a few pointers for the proposed new Germans do not describe themselves fruit cakes. Buy it of Currey. for a short visit to his parents, Mr. play house in Lancaster, which they as such they are all Alsatians. The Mrs. W. H. Ward has just opened a and Mrs. J. B. Conn. with other gentlemen have in con- reason for its continued existence Is France cannot spare its men nor fine stock of toys. Let the children that Misses Rachel and Ella Henry, and templation. find enough who would leave the com- come. Miss Annie Austin were visitors in Mrs. Givens Terrill, of Lancaster, forts of civilization for the wastes of For your Christmas pies try Hersch's Danville, Wednesday. has been visiting Danville friends Africa or the swamps of Tonkin. Man- bulk mince meat at Ball's Grocery. Mr. u. M. Patterson, has been con- Mrs. B. D. Herndon and son, Ansil, are chester Ouiirdian. I Leave orders for Magazines at fined to his home, for several days visjting her parents in Lancaster Car of tho Sickroom. Misses Rella and A Hie Arnold, of LanStormes Drug Store. with a bilious attack. In taking care of an invalid It is a caster, were shoppers in Danville yesMrs. Dolly Brown. Miss Angie Kinnaird, of the D. & D terday Mr. Luther Gibbs, of Lan- good idea to change the furniture a little as one becomes so tired around Garrard County teachers; get your Institute Indianapolis, will be at home caster, was in Danville Monday of the same furnishings in the same for the Christmas holidays. Mrs. J. C. Robinson, of Lancaster was places. Be sure to coax all the sun- Christmas fruit and candies for at Currey's. Mrs. R. M. shine In the room and allow fresh air Mrs. Ed. Walker, will go to Eminence in Danville Saturday to spend a portion of the Xmas with Robinson has returned from a visit to to pass through often. Keep a paJust received our Christmas line of relatives in Richmond and Lancaster. tient's room tidy. Change your cos- j china, the prettiest and the nicest line-w- e her mother Mrs. Anna Ramey. vatume often just to make a little Danville Messenger. ever sold for the money, come ii Mr. Luther Gibbs, and daughter riety. Do not let bottles, half filled W. B. Ball. Mrs. G. M. Patterson has received glasses, spoons, stand around: they and let us show you. Miss Elizabeth Gibbs, were in Dan an invitation to the marriage of her may seem trifles to yon who can get j We ville, with Mrs. J. S. Baughman. have traded for 2 cars of good" niece Miss Helen Elizabeth Barton of about, but are sometimes enormities . Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Collier, of Fork straight lumber ana not being in the Stil-we- ll to one who Is nervous. Not of small business will Ridge, Tennessee, will be in their Old Chicago III., and Mr. Clyde Scott sell in quantitys at a lowof Oak Park, 111., The wedding Importance is the tray. Always have price. Kentucky Home for the holidays. a clean cover paper napkins are nice will occur December 31st, at the ConGarrard Milling Co. Miss Marguerite Hurt returned last gregational church of which the bride's for the purpose. Use your best china. Serve hot things hot and cold things week from an extended visit to relatives father Dr. W. E. Barton has been the Secure your ticket for the Home cold, not warm. New. York Sun. in Indiana, Missouri and Oklahoma. popular pastor for a number of years. Talent Play, Monday night. Dec. ?2nd. 35c down stairs. 25c up stairs, children Mrs. Stephen Walker and little The bride is the only daughter of Dr. 15 cents. daughter, Georgetta of Hustonville, W. E. Bartoii and Mrs. Barton, and is quite an attractive girl, having been a are guests of Mrs. W. A. Dickerson. If you would like to have some gold student at Vassar College and rather coin to spend Xmas call on us and let Mrs. B. D Herndon and little son, recently made a trip abroad. The us show you how you may obtain it. Ansel Robinson Herndon, of Danville, groom is a deserving young man of Hurry H. T. Logan. are visiting Mr. aid Mrs. T. B. Robin- exemplary habits and a rising young I -I A 4t 5, 10 and 15 cent Counter. Gossip About People NNNe A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings by Those Wt Are Interested In. A set of Graniteware given with each Range sold until December 20th. All Useful Articles. Will D. Walker left last week for Mississippi on a prospecting tour. Miss Jennie Dickerson, of Richmond, is the guest of Miss Minnie Brown. A SOUVENIER FREE with each cash purchase of one dollars worth ofgoods Little Master Robert Thomas who has been ill sometime is improving, Mrs. Cleveland Rose is in Nicholas ville and Lexington visiting friends. Miss Mildred Beazley. was in Stanford, for a visit to Miss Matsv Grimes. J. R. MOUNT, SON & CO. 3C 31 IE DC Prof. Ben Evans resumed his school are all open now and reapy for your inspection. Bring your children and let them view the wonders from toyland. FREE-Li- TOYS be given to some little girl. Why not you? OUR at "Three Forks of Sugar Creek" Monday. Miss Nancy Goodloe came over Friday from Danville and remained until Monday. Mr. Joe S. Haselden of Birmingham has arrived for a holiday visit to his relatives. Mrs. J. S. Johnson, and daughter. Miss Florence, are in Richmond with relatives. Mr. R. L. Elkin, the B. M. of tne Record made a business trip to Louisville last week. The members of the Baptist Sunday school will give a most enjoyable home ttle We have a Girls Who Want A Pretty Doll-FR- EE beautiful $15.00 and $5.u0 Doll that is to Come in and let us explain to you. talent play Xmas week. Mrs. J. C. Robinson, Misses Helen Robinson and Lida Raney were in Danville Saturday, shopping. Miss Alberta Anderson was in Danville the latter part of the week with her aunt, Miss Dove Harris. Mrs. W. S. Fish, of Stanford, was here as the recent guest of her sisters, Mesdames Cochran and Lear. U R. S. I BROWN. IE 3C 11 ll a When Women Miss Edna Gulley, of Mineral Wells, Texas, will arrive this week for a visit to her uncle, Mr. J. D. Gulley. Mr. E. M. Walker of Lincoln county was shaking hands wita his host of Garrard county frienps last week. Professor Henry Elliott, of Newport, will spend the Christmas holidays with his mother, Mrs. J. M. Elliott Sr. POINT to the ' 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. s 1 m "JTF'' 1 v&t Lancaster Elevator & Flour Mills Miss Annie Herndcn, is at home again after a visit of several weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Herndon, of Louisville. Misses Mary Lee Lear, Minnie Mae Robinson and Margaret Cook were in son. Stanford Saturday the guests of Miss Mrs. Clara Doty Traylor and son Bettie McCann Perry. John of Richmond were the guests last Capt. J. A. Doty and daughters, week of Mrs. Traylor's sister Mrs. J. Misses Mary and Jane will leave early P. Doty. in Jantary for a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Miss Edna Gulley; of Mineral Wells J. B. Jsnnings in Tulsa Okla. Texas, is expeeted next week to be Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Arnold, and the attractiva guest of her cousin, Miss Personal Stationery lawyer. The following is copied from a Clinton, Mo., paper and is' of much interest to the friends of Mrs. McNees, who was formerly Miss Theo Hemphill, of this city. "It is hard sometimes to understand the fates. All of the happy anticipations and joyous preparations, was met with grief and disappointment when the Grim Reaper intercept the Stork with its priceless present at the home of Dr. and Mrs. A. J. McNees, Wednes day evening at 5;30 December 10, 1913. The broken hearted mother has the heart felt sympathy of all who know her for "To know her is but to love Should be Engraved Embossed nowadays. or It reflects good taste and at once creates a favorable impression. Suppose you come and see the many beautiful samples we have and get our prices. A Scoth Collie is great protection for women and children, a good watch dog & best stock drivers known. Pedigreed j pups for sale, ready to go, bargain. W. B. Mason, Jr. j I tf. persons having claims against the- W. Thompson will present same to us, or our Attorney L. L. Walker, properly proven at once. Thompson and Bratton. Admrs. AH estate of T. 2t THE i M Your Little Girl just loves to have everything prepared for your comfort when you come home from work or business. The fire in the grate all set, the easy chair, the comfortable old slippers placed temptingly in front of the fire. Do the right thing by her and secthat there is plenty of COAL. Sure you don't want ua to send you a ton now? The e is no substitute iof Royal Baking Powder fo making the best cake, biscuit and pastry. Royal is Absolutely Pure and the only baking powder Central .Record. year If Sold At Once. I desire to sell my property on Richmond Avenue, with about 3 acres of ground. Will sell at a bargain, if sold by January 1st. If nut sold will rent for 1914. A Bargain If made fom Royal gta,pz cream of tartar Lancaster Lumber & M'fg Go. Givens Terrell. The Woman's .Club wiU hold a recepMany beautiful flowers were received tion at the Club rooms on the afterAn election will be held at The Natas loving symbol of the great admira noon of Dec. 26 At half past 2 o'clock. ional Bank of Lancaster Ky. Tuesday tion of her host of anxious friends. AH members and their visitors are January 13th, 1914 between the hours-o- f It is our earnest prayer that the cordially invited. 10 and 2 o'clock for the purpose of Gracious Lord who needed his little electing seven directors to serve for-thboy in his Heavenly Kingdom, will find Don't forget to be on hands Decemensuing year. a way to console the sons parents, and ber the 24th, at 2:30 o'clock have your S. C. Denny, Cashier. teach them to accept the decree of The tickets with vou somebody is going to Divine Master. get some valuable premiums. Hurry For Rent. A Friend." il. T. Logan. Five room cottage with bath, sink electric lights, and all necessNOriCE. ary out buildings. Big garden and lot. On Tuesday January 13th, 1914 the Can givp possession at once. stockholders of the Citizens National R. T. Embry. Bank of Lancaster, Ky., will hold an on Buckeye election at their banking house in Bargain Htre. pike, a white, female bird pup, with Lancaster, Ky., for the purpose of electing seven directors to serve for To close out our partnership, we wilE black over right eye, 6 months old. sell at a bargain, 60 acres of land, two-milthe ensuing year. from Lancaster. Reward if returned to. Champ, Cashier. W. F. Herndon & Walker 1. Chester Lewis, Lancaster, Ky. her". e Lost es 12-4- -4 im& l? j j ' S . Page 2 The Central Record, Friday, Dec 19,1913. ! CITIES ABE MJOKKVK. Mr. Andrew Bogie is seriously ili "Shop Late, And The World Shops With Southern Railway; PREMIER CARRIER OF THE SOUTH. at You: Shop Now, And You Shop Direct Line to Louisville, St Louis and The West. Two Through Trains Daily. Leave Danville at 5:25 a.m. 5:10 p. in. Arrive Louisville at 8:40 a.nr 0:10 p. m. Arrive St. Louis at 5:40 p. ni. 7:31 a. m. Cafe, Parlor Through Pullman Sleeping Cars on both trains. 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. iuBMiiv iiPTTrrriTrr"rii g & K, 4 rm- - -- r $3 L.iA(- -. IT' "Rlnrjrsl J. --1- Will ... owen ..r; v and iW "DpsipTtS. w-j-w. 3ti) Vf4UIif It J&.2iii 1 ." E?f'S All Orders Filled Promptly. Phone 43 or 339-F- . Lancaster, Kentucky. Jf. WILLIE F. MILLER. Agent. &&&te&&&$$$& Try the following drinks bottled by the I &tt&&&&&lfc f WliUL UUJU lrt iU! A- - n. tl l'fjinTmm tflMIEFTE; untT mil E'M II M !l! ft II JlUUUlIj UULlllli V COMPANY, OF LANCASTER, KY. MINT COLA in clear I or brown bottles. AL- LEN'S RED TAME CHERRY. VIN FIZ, a fine grape drink. GRAPE ALL, another splendid f grape drink. w Diamond Crystal Ginger V Ale. 1 hire Knit Strawber LEMON, CREAM rani 31 SODA. f . j S3B$S(8 MJ TP-l 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. Bastiii, under the direct supervision of Clinton B. Bastin. $$&&aflft3 his home here. Alone." Miss Evarce Carter, has been the alone exactly, but comparatively Not guest of Miss Lucinda Carter. STARTLED BY so. At any rate, you win miss tne Miss Maud Walton, of Judson. i.s visit- crowds and confusion that late shoping her sister, Mrs. Edd Daily. Every day you delay pers encounter. Mr. Jasper Bogie from Indiana is means larger crowds, smaller stocks of New Root Juice Medicine Creates Wide with his father Mr. Andicw Bogie. goods and less satisfactory shopping. Miss Lillic Mi.e Stilton entertained a Christmas Prcverks. Interest By lis Strange Power Over few or her frieudu very pleasantly Santa Claus makes the heart grow Saturday evening. Disease. fonder. Mr. Will Brown will give a ChristA fair exchange is no Christmas mas tree at the school house at one gift. The startling rapidity with which o'clock Friday afternoon Dec. 1'Jth. The kissed girl doesn't dread tlie the fame of the new Root .hiice mediChristmas tree at There will be misleloc. cine has traveled seems little short of New Autioch church December 2Ilh, One-hathe world doesn't know how marvelous for although its strange health-givin- g power has at ii:"0 o'clock given by Miss Virgie the other half spends Christmas. curative iml Bourne. A pretty girl needs no misletoe. been known but a short time, reports Pure Hermitage Gunnel coal at 15 in many cities, praising it A Christmas present in the stocking! from people to the skies and describing the most cen In : bushel, if bought during De- i.s worth two in the store window. phenomenal results, are coming from cember. Come ipiick while it lasts. HmUon & Iluglien. ki;kxa everywhere. Mr:!, .lea Siuiders of Judson and Mr. Dozens of people hero in town who Prof. Hacker was a Christinas shop were among the first to obtain the Lolnii Itogii- - of Jt"Mmiiie county havo of their per in Lexington Saturday. medicine at the ding stores, are now been called to'- the father, Mr. Andrew Bogie. telling of benefits that have lie-- n Miss Alyce Mabel Scott attended a from its use. The prner service at the home of Teacher's rreiting at Harretfebnrg From all report", the Uoot.Inice ex Mr. and Mis. Katlian Bogie Sunday Saturday. erts a powerful dilative and tonic iu- - evening was Well ntlwided, there being R. l Ison of McCreary was a goest iluence upon the vital oigans of nhoiit thii ty pr mMil. It wan conduct- of his father S. N. Ison Saturday aad and lias a wondetful purifwng ed by R- - II. M. DrMoss and enjoyed Sunday. and cleansing action on the blood. vrry much by all. Rev. J. R. Smith of Lancaster filled Some of those who have tried it say his appointment at the Presbyterian that even the first few dosen produce church Sunday morning. noticeable benefit, sharpen the Pure Hermitage Caiinel coal at 15 create new strength. It relievcents a bushel, if bought during De es indigestion, belching, the formation Everybody In Lancaster Is Eligible. cember. Come quick while it last. of gas on the stomach and pains after Hudson & Hughes. Old people stooped with suffering. meals, in a surprising manner and it Middle age, courageouslv lighting. MissLucretia Skinner, one of oar is declared that its continued use for Youth protesting impatiently; popular teachers, closes a successful a short time strengthens and tones Childten, utable to explain, (Friday.) school at Hiokmor. the stomach so that indigestion is soon All in from their kidneys. forgotten. Rheumatic sufferers, too, Perhaps n little backache first. sav that the effect of the medicine on Stop Gatarrh! Urinary disoiders, dropsy may j sore, swollen, aching limbs and joints With IIv omei Treated Unless Properly is wonderful and that the pain simply qiickly follow. . Doau's Kidney Pills are for sick seems to vanish. This Disease May .Become Serisus The following extracts from a few kidneys. Are endorsed by thousands. If you have catarrh, indicated by of the manv rec:nt reports will convey sniffling, stopped up head, droppings in Here's Lancaster testimony. a good idea of the great results that Mrs. H. G. Crutchfield, Stanford St., the throat and morning choking, there are being obtained by its use in many cities over the country. F. Abel, Sey- - Lancaster, Ky., says: "My little boy is an irritated state of the mucous mour, Intl., "1 have used the meui- - was greatly troubled by his back and membrane which affords an ideal for the growth of disease germs. cine with line results ai'd know of kidneys. He did not have proper conDo not allow these dangerous germs trol over the kidney secretions which ' many others it ha? helped." Albert The to begin the destruction of your health. Timiick, C'intralia I!'., "Ihavesutrered caused no end of annoyance. Theeasiest, simplest, quickest surest I with stomach trouble two years. Was child alio looked badly and I was considerably worried about his health. I and cheapest way to check catarrh is almost dead one night when I sent for Root Juice. After three or four dosts heard of Doan's Kidney Pills, got a by breathing Hyomei. This wonderful I felt much better. It has since work- box and began giving them to him ac- medicated air treatment docs not upset He is now a the stomach, but is breathed in through ed wonders for me." J. E. Ogden. St. cording to directions. great deal better." the Hvomei inhaler, directly following Louis, Mo., "It is the best medicine For sale by all dealers. Price 30 and surely destroying all disease germs I ever used and I have tried man3' Co., Buffalo, that may have been inhaled the tissues kinds." Joe Battle. Moultrie, Ga., cents. Foster-Milbur"I have tried Root Juite and received New York, sole agents for the United of the threat, nose and lungs are quick ly healed and vitalized. more benefit than from any medicine States. Money refunded by R. E. McRoberts Remember the name Doan's and 1 ever useu Other similar reports & Son to anyone whom Hyomei faii3 to ! have' come from Garnngton. N. Dak., take no other. benefit. A complete outfit costs but 'Anderson, Intl.. Kane, Pa., Chicago, $1.00. Harrisburg, Vn , Sprinfield, 111., III.. UMtliSliUKl'. Bellefontame, Ohio, and manv other Mr. J. T. Greening is critically ill at cities in all parts of the United States, Inasmuch as a large bottle holding this writing. Mrs. Mary Hammack is on the sick Miss Lula Simpson has been sick for list. nearly a pint can now be easily ob tained at any of the leading drug the past two weeks. Mr. Claud Archer sold a pairof work stores for only one dollar, it would lorn Chesmit bought of Lee Per- - mules for S273. seem advisable for any sufieiing per- kins a sow and pigs for 25. Mr. V. H. Furr called on us a while son to give it a thorough trial. Mis. Robert Speaks recently bought Saturday evening. a nice piano from the Britton Co., ol Mrs. Sam Hall is on the sick list but Harrodsburg.- is reported some better. Mr. Long and family of Buckeye, Mr. C. W. Graves sold part of his spent Sunday with Misses Nell and tobacco crop for 15c per pound. E3telle Clark. Miss- - Nellie Beazley visited Mrs Keafhes Nearly Every Family Miss Cecil Bowling will be home Josie Rodgers Saturday night and Son- In This Town. Every Fam- - " from Madison Institute to day to spend :: :: lly Has Its Wants. day. the holidavs. Secure New Customers by Rev. Mahan will preach Sunday Mr. Walter Church of Hamilton Ohio, m. Aiueri visiting ins lamer Advertising. morning at the usual hour, Sunday ' is church IMS Si?i WWmW iAWKFjkij-.iifll?' mm Children Cry for Fletcher's mwm& iiir vvmr r mW RiJ HP fKJJr lf been TIic Kind You liiw Always Borut, and v -:.:. Iin- atnre at iurne Vin Hie fvr OTr 13' a5'1-- 'ia i.'do it..it r his por jp .. w &?? 2- - M:i::l i!iK'P' t ilc- - r.! o i.s iufaiw-r- . .: ti In this. Allow no one - "are but Izuiftttin." an'l ".fiist-- a All list luitltlt Expt!!Us.tstIrt tiitlcvith ami oatLtn-rx.iKiricic aguiut i:pexiacat- Iniimts and Children juh, ,:- -. i,, rjf ltfi'' Cot.-.?-rfc- '.;, i ;- r vista Oast-rf.- gori-- , En", What is CASTORI for ' a - JLs eont,.Ju : . -- linruilos CTiMsHtnto "Jd O.-iuw- - bed-sid- e rati L.ts do-riv- Flatisl'i.-'-- !..:" , :l:.:..v . " i ' I ifc -. .r. "'rtss. .. v ;. , - T,, MnrpM.-i- f' iranifcc. i"- Y.'iiiti C'oLe, il-'- nud ii..: FihaI, jti'.iti i Tho CMItUeu'3 Pawnees 'iUe 31otlier'o MniE.iilri- . ail Tcrthins It nv'fulntes tho Stoni.i;Ii .... j .. tus.t uhG It ;I Iu? nu?re tli:..t i lor the rrlU i of ' Sru, ii'It U i- Cutoff i '. . JUiiy Ii GENUINE AGE NO BAR r $xa?XJ24CA4A Bears the Signature of S) r mtf-g- CASTORIA jf &j? v- AL x S7-- y mi-er- y SO Years The Kind You Have Always Bought rcNTAU"? In Use For Oyer COMP'IV, 4IWYORN CtT. - MISS MR S. any- com-diti- We are headquarters for thing you need. WIRE FENCE WAGONS. ROOFING You certainly can get it here at FRIGES RIGHT. n Sewing Machines. Carpets & Rug's IMPLEMENTS. BUGGIES. XMAS HAMiCK Queensware & Groceries, Suits & Cloaks. Dry Goods, Notions PRESENTS IN XMAS BOXES. We buy your Corn, Hay or Produce. 3 THIS PAPER D8CKt3f y.Tr--y ? Dallas Write-Anv riHi a U k uu 3 n BRYANTSVILLE, Ky. fggy?n!E,gga,g:c::sr; g'tT.'i''rVfHjiga-- ; l: fHI'aBhlsTfMlBTrgrsrr5. rBhEraE3!rrlflpSriaE3rfg. Q ills.MMjrUPJrE TO THE of Garrard and Adjoining Counties. aexxsQHOzzz weeks ago. B3 Mr. and Mrs, E. G Hammack and 5.. si Pure Hermitage Cannel coal at 15 children visited. at O. L. Hammack tizs w cents a bushel, if bought during DeSunday at Paint Lick. Come quick while it last3. cember. Miss Martha Ross, of Fortworth, Hudson & Hughes. Texas, is visiting home folks. We are Mrs. Sam Haselden has recently glad to welcome her back with us purchased a handsome New Kurtzman ' atfeVJa-i-ciiLJr- r lZ!-fzi- 2,ii again. Piano. She also purchased a "Player" i l Bar.k of Lancaster. Ky. Fhone 27. Tom Parsons has returned from 1 OPice over The Mr. which she and her friends are now en Ills, where he has been for a few years. , joying. 77jnrrsrs?ysgrr.. TrXtwc&3mtfvr.r'Hrt.--....?aB-:-rTf- ; I guess he thinks there is no place like Miss Bessie Swope, Mr. Edwards, . .. . .... ... .... - ili .. . m,i'LT,jpmp old Kentucky home. Miss Elizabeth Bryant, Christine Moss and Mr. Montgomery motored to Dan-- 1 vine, one evening last week to hear next Tuesday for the holidays. ailCUlUUil Alb O U LJULA. p. solon iiiacK is ounuing a new house Miss Margaret Arnold who is attendwhere his house burned down a few B ing school at Richmond will be at home" U I i ....... We jf Kind of . sr: a. Office at National Bank. .?: Nat-cna- a t. N - n We have sold over our floors thus far over three quarters of a million pounds of the new crop burley tobacco, and while we have not received the extreme top prices for separate baskets, we have a better general average than we had last year, we have every reason to believe that our prices will be uniform throughout the entire season. We have never made statements to mislead any one, make no claims but those founded upon facts, and we wish again to repeat. Its That we give every seller an absolutely square deal whether he sells thousands of pounds or hundreds. 2nd. We are financialy responsible. 3rd. We can and do secure just as much for your tobacco as any house in the world for same grades of tobacco. . 4th. We have plenty room for you and for your teams. 5th. We have, an up to date commodious Warehouse with every knowu facility to handle your tobacco. . 6th Our two houses are connected by a viaduct, the old house used as a prizing plant, where several of the largest buyers prize all tobacco purchased in this market 7th. We have had four years experience in the loose leaf business, which is worth a great deal to you but costs you not a penny. We urge you if you have never sold with us to ask your neighbor .who has, if our treatment of them in the past four years warrants every claim we make,- and to compare our prices with any other house, in the country, If these claims are true simply get in line with the crowd and bring us your tobacco. , Thanking you for your confidence and your business, We are very truly yours, - 'Desderoona". ssiiasiiiiixxssissias department of the Sunday Our splendid teacher of the' primary school some- H fl fe 3 ' time ago was explaining to her class about the children of Isreal crossing the Red Sea. William a bright little fellow of four went home and said to his mother "God is dead". Why my son what do you mean? "My teacher told me this morning "God was drowned in the Red Sea." , Iw THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. BALD AT a Cleanse The 35 The Hair Scalp; Nourish No doubt you are, if you suiter from any of the numerous ailments to which an women are subject. Headache, backache, sideache, nervousness, weak, tired feeling, are some of the symptoms, and you must rid yourself of them in order to feel well. Thousands of women, who have been benefited by this remedy, urge you to n Out? i TAKE Capifal $50,000. Surplus $30,000. S. C. DENNY. Cashier. A. R. DENNY, President, J. E. STOR.MES, Vice Pre3't. R. T. EitnnY, Ass't Cashier. J. L. Gill, Book-Keepe- r. Safety Deposit Boxes For Bent. WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. Samual D. Cochran, Alex R. Denny, J. H. Pcsey. J. E. Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott. Directors. 1111 Sj And Never Grow Bald. - Use g m Parisian Sage. The Madison - JS5ISiifiJjeiiMprBi"pfi- Warehouse Co. ( mmWH&M&mw$M$MSM$fiM Tobacco Don't grow bald at 35 as thousands of men do yes! and women also. Failg ure 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 immedifef ate action is necessary. Parisian Sage " g is just what you need to remove dand!x ruff, stop falling hair and itching scalp and make the hair strong, beautiful and vigorous. This delightful and refreshing hair-toniwhich is now sold at druggists f and toilet counters in 50 cent bottles, is rigidly guaranteed. If Parisian Sage does not give complete satisfaction R. E. McRoberts & Son will return your money. Parisian Sage surely supplies hair needs. The first, application removes dandruff, invigorates the scalp and puts life and. beauty into thin, dull and faded hair. c, V ft J -'- 2? ""il II llll II II S The Woman's Tonic Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Cliftoa Mills, Ky., says: "Before taking C a r d u i , I was, at times, so weak I REMEMBER We can serve as your Administrator.Guardian.Trustee and f could hardly walk, and the pain in my back and head nearly killed me. After taking three bottles of Cardui, the pains disappeared. Now I feel as well as I ever did. Every suffering woman should try Cardui." Getabottle E-today. 63 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 S?&& ?esfc-?K- M. j -- - -- T The Central Record, Friday, Dec. 19, 1913 Page 7 MllMIIIMIIIIIMIHIMimtlllM QM0OMMHI)llOMHgm)ljuiJuugggl)qtogf TOBACCO BRINGS $24.50 Per Hundred OVER DANVILLE BREAKS Shackelford & Woods, of Mercer County, Average $15.00 Per Hundred on Their Crop. Over a half million pounds of tobacco sold over the Danville Tobacco breaks, on Walnut street, last week at a general average of over $12 per hundred. Today there was a big boost in prices, the highest price reaching $24.50 per hundred and the general average was above $13. Some of the averages obtained by sellers on our breaks last week were as follows: We have the best market in the state as our averages for past ten days will show. Seven actual buyers makes competition active. All our buyers are representives of the largest factories in the world which guarantees you the top prices on all grades. Our facilities for taking care of you are unsurpassed. Largest loose leaf house south of Kentucky nver. A square deal to all. We play no favorites. CARDS. R. U. If you want your Razor honed or a NEXT. Nice Hair Cut and Shave with sharp Razor and Clean Towls. The old stand pat barber Prices Up $2. on the Hundred on the Danville Warehouse Breaks. Growers Highly Pleased with Jump in Prices $100 Shackelford &. Woods Mercer Co 3.000 lbs Johnson & Hasty, Mercer Co. 3.000 lbs Harney &. King, Boyle Co. 2,500 pounds Woods & Wells. Boyle Co. 3,500 pounds Fox & Delaney, Boyle Co. 1,200 pounds $15.00 15.10 15.15 14.55 14.65 Yandell & Honaker. Boyle Co. 8,000 lbs. John Frye, Boyle Co. 2,500 pounds Reed & Snow, Lincoln Co. 3,500 pounds G. A. Reed, Lincoln Co. 2,200.poUiids HENRV DUNCAN $15.80 14.10 15.85 16.85 14.10 i Richmond Street. A. M. BOURNE Danville Tobacco WarehouseCo Incorporated, Auctioneer. Good Service. Prices Right. 354-A. James Young, Lincoln Co. 2,200 pounds Walnut Street, H. C. BRIGHT, President, Danville, Ky. ALLEN HEATT,Secretary. Phone Lancaster, - - Kentucky. r-s- - y Don't forget that the clerk who has Wednesday. purchased a bottle of Bourbon Poultry Miss Lucy Lee Walton, of Orlando, Cure and I took a feather, dipped it in- been working long hours for many Florida, is the attractive guest of Miss to the medicine and swabbed out her weeks is human. throat as far down as I could reach. I Don't, if the present you are send Lyle Cooper. Little Miss Virginia Beazley, of Lan- The also put a liberal quantity in her soft iner awav was expensive, fail to re National Weekly caster, is the guest of her aunt Mrs. feed and drinking water, and today she move the price tag. Don't hunt for price marks on the Will Hays, this week. is well and sound and is laying nearly every day. It is certainly the most presents you receive. Miss Mildred Beazley, of Lancaster, Don't wait till Christmas for the has been the guest of Miss Matsey I remarkable medicine I ever saw. Until this year would not think of being without it and purpose of being kind. Collier's has been Grimes, the past week. pocket know sold at $5.50. Now Don't let your left I hope to induce other poultrymen to Mrs. J. L. B. Coffey and little son the price is $2.50 keep it on hands constantly. Joseph what vour rieht pocket gives for Shelby of Frankfort are the guests of andnehave secured VanZiegler, State Vice President and friendship, for love or for charity. aconcession whereDon't be erouehy merely because friends and relatives here. Life Member of American Buff Plyby we can offer it Dr. T. W. Pennington spent Sunday boy happens to prod. at a still further mouth Rock Club, of Indiana and some delivery reduction in conDon't let yourself suppose when you at Louisville the guest of Mrs. P. E. GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. Proprietor of Golden Glow Poultry nection with this Sherod Ray's Adm'r, et al. Plaintiffs, Yards, 221 W. South Street, Indiana- crowd into the place where Christmas Kemp and Miss Amanda Goggin. publication. polis, Ind. 50c at Druggistsorby mail, shopping is being done that you are Mrs. A. I. Munns who has been the VS. postpaid. Bourbon Remedy Company, the only one who is in a hurry. guest of friends and relatives at Special Offer to Our Readers Mary Ray, et al, Defendants. Lexington, Ky. Don't present your Christmas gift as Somerset has returned to her home Recognizing: the sreat demand for CeUur'i at Pursuayt to a judgment rendered at . the new price, we have made arrangements to if you were conferring a favor. the June Term 1913. the undersigned here. offer it and our own publication each one year will sell at public auction Don't give merely for the purpose Commissioser for the price of CoUTcr'ialone. This Mt. Hebron a Mrs. Embry Beazley, of Junction offer and must be taken advantage ofis limited promptly. before the Court House Door in Lanof creating the impression that you City, has returned to her home after caster, Kentucky, at 11 o'clock A. M. Little Miss Hattie Lou Vanderpool is are generous. or thereabout, on spending several days with Mrs. John What You Get in Collier's very sick with gripp. Collitr't is the one big, independent, fearless MONDAY. DECEMBER 22, 1913, Stone here. Born to the wife of Richard Spivy, weekly of the whole country. Not only is it the BRYANTSVILLE. it teing the first day of the Garrard a boy, on,the 14th. handbook but Miss Annie McKinney, Mrs. T. W. good citizen's the whole family. it is also a magazine for Among the County Court Term, the real estate Mr. J. B. Dean sold a nice meat hog Pennington and little daughter, Ann things that a year's subscription gives arei mentioned in the pleading and describMr. J. C. Williams, spent the week to Mrs. Millard 8 cents per lb. ed as follows: Frances spent Saturday at Hustonville 1000 Editorials end in Louisville. 600 New. Photo The same land that was conveyed to Miss Nellie Scott was with her par2SO Short Article. Hogan Ballard is in Nicholas-vill- e with friends and relatives. JMrs. Sherod Ray by W. M. and Viola Fain, 150 Short Stone Grand Junior Warden, J. N. Saun his wife, by deed dated January 4, 1912, ents near Lowell, Saturday and Sunday. 100 IHuitreled Feeturea for a visit to her mother. 2 Complete Novel and recorded in the Garrard County We are glad to report Mr. E. C. Mrs. A. T. Christopher and children, ders, W. C. Wilson, J. L. Beazley, and Clerk's office in Deed Book 28. page Montgomery able to be up in his room. Collier's . . . $2.50) of Somerset, are visiting relatives here. Dr. T. W. Pennington motored to 158, and is bounded as follows: Mrs. Peachie Grow who has been $1.00 I 1st. Tract: Beginning at a stake in Mr. C. C. Becker, was in Cincinnati Middlesburg Saturday afternoon to at- Central Record Eason's branch, a corner to James connneo to ner room with a very sore and Winchester several days last week tend a banquet and Conference of Dr- Hardin; thence line of same N 87J W foot, is better. grees given there by the Masons. on business. 29 poles to a buckeye stump in a drain, Miss Iva Del Montgomery, of Marks- days FEMALE COLLEGE Miss Pearl Hampton and niece Miss MILLERSBURG Mr. W. C. Rose spent several corner to same; thence N 86 W passing said Hardin's corner at 44 j poles, in all bury, was with home folks at Lock no. last week in Lexington and Jackson on Jesse Lee Phillips went to Lebanon 8. Saturday night MILLERSBURG, KY. 66 poles to a large white oak, corner to a business trip. Junction, Sunday to be the guests of imggins' land; thence with line of same Mr. J. J. Montgomery and bride atDr. W. M. Elliott bought the farm Miss Hamptons brother Mr. R. G. An Attractive Home Sclwol For Girls. W2E23J poles to a stake in said line, tended preaching here Sunday and of Mr. W. S. Hager, containing about Hampton. They will take a Jbusiness a new corner; thence a new line E 164 trip to Louisville before returning Pupils are surrounded with an atmospoies to ine miaaie oi sugar ureeK, a were the guests of his brother Mr. A. 200 acres for $67.50. new corner; thence up said creek with O. Montgomery. phere of culture, wholesome fellowship Dr. E. H. Pearce will fill his regular home. the middle thereof S 9 E 17 poles to a Pure Hermitage Cannel coal at 15 and safe religious environment. New appointment at the Methodist church point in the middle of the- same at the cents a bushel, if bought during Debuildings combining all modern convenmouth of Eason'a Creek; thence up a cember. Come next Sunday morning and evening. School Houses For Entertainments. quick while it lasts. iences. Health record unsurpassed. branch and with its meanders and with Mrs. J. C. Williams and children Hudson & Hughes. James Hardin S 57 W Hi poles N 73 W We notice from our country corres Academic and College Entrance Courshave returned after spending several 8.30 poles N 84 W 12.80 poles S 61 W Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hendrickson and pondents and papers from all over the es. Music Department under skilled days in Louisville with relatives. 22 poles S 75 W 24 poles to the begin- boys Horace and William were with state where the School House is being artists trained in Germany, Lecture ning, containing 29j acres. Miss Cecil Bowling, of Madison 2nd Tract: Beginning at a stake in her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dennie used extensively for entertainments, and Concert Course. Domestic Science. Institute, will spend the holidays with line to James Hardin home place, a new Scott, Saturday night and Sunday. pie suppers, and as a meeting The growing populanty of the school her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Bowl- socials, division corner in their divide; thence Mt. Hebron Sunday school will give ing. place in rural districts. This is as it is evidenced by the fact that a number with said Hardin's line N 27 W 1.77 should be and the following poem by of pupils were turned away last seschains to a beech tree, corner to same, a Xmas tree on Xmas eve at 2 o'clock Mrs. W. T. Woolfolk and daughter, Berton Braley in the Louisville Herald sion for the lack of room to accommothence 1 E 8.40 chains to a stake in a for the children, there will be a Xmas Miss Anna Lee, of Lexington, motored expresses branch, corner to sam? and to Albert program, everybody invited to taks a the thought tersely and date them. over Thursday and were guests of Mrs forcefully: Expenses for board, tuition, etc. T. Hardin; thence with same last named part. E. H. Ballard. N 86i W 7.25 chains to a stake in a lower than other schools of like grade. Open the schoolhouse doors Mr. and Mrs. Everett Duncan, of, drain, buckeye stump gone; thence N Mr. Sam Edgerton, age 18, son of Send for catalog and engage a room And keep them open wide, 782 W 11.19 chains to a stone and white Indianapolis, came yesterday and are Edgerton, died rather Rev. C. C. Fisher, Pres. walnut in said line, a corner to J. R. with her grand-fathe- r, Mr. Ephriam Mr. Henry T. Let the schoolhouse serve as a meet- early. Millersburg, Ky, Payne; thence with said Payne S 19 E Anderson. They will reside here in the suddenly Sunday night after an illness ing place 12.50 chains to a stake in his line, a of only a few days. future. For all of the country side, new division corner; thence new and Pure Hermitage Cannel coal at 15 A temple of true democracy Mr. Sam Edgington aged 17 departdivision line to James Hardin N 81 E 14.87 chains to the beginning, contain- ed this life Sunday evening about 7 cents a bushel, if bought during De-- j Where Liberty may abide! ing 24.65 acres. The entire boundary o'clock after a short illness of cember. Come quick while it lasts. n containing 44.4 acres, more or less. Hudson and Hugher. Open the schoolhouse doors caused from an abscess on the And let the people in; The purpose of this sale to pay the There will be a Xmas tree at the Let them in to sing and dance debts against the estate and to settle neck. Funeral services were conductthe estate and divid the proceeds after ed at Mr. Hebron church Monday Methodist church on Wednesday afterand Where rich and poor are kin, the payment of debts among the person afternoon at 2 o'clock by Rev. J. tV. noon Dec. 24th at 3 o'clock for the Let them in when they congregate entitled to receive the same as their All Mahan after which the remains were members of the Sunday School. To battle with wrong and sin. rights may be adjudged. laid to rest in the cemetery here. He are invited to attend. TERMS Open the schoolhouse doors . Mr.,and Mrs. R. I. Burton, Miss The sale will be made on a credit of leaves a father, mother, six sisters And throw away the key, six months and the purchaser will be and four brothers to mourn his loss. Hallie Coy, of Kirksville, and Mrs. required to execute bond with approved The grief stricken family have the Walter Davis, motored to Lexington Let this be the house of the peoples' for all occasions furnished by soul security for the purchase price, due in sympathy of the entire community. Saturday. Mrs. Burton remained for a six months bearingsix per cent interest Which keeps the Nation free days and will be under treatment few per annum from date until paid, having Not merely a hall where the children AUGUST R. BAUMER at St Joseph's Hospital. the force and effect of a judgment upon learn which execution may issue payable to Dr. and Mrs. Samuel J. Rose, of To murmur their. A, B, C. W. H. Brown, Master Commissioner Local Agent I will of the Garrard Circuit Court and a lien econcUa guarantee you to stop that itch in twtf Philadelphia, arrived Saturday for a Open the schoolhouse doors. visit of several weeks with his parents, will be reserved upon the property sold No remedy that I have ever sold for And let in the eager throng, until all the purchase money is paid. This is his Eczema, Psoriasis, and all other diseases Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Rose. of the skin has gien more thorough first visit home since his marriage and That the spirit of Truth may spread W. H. BROWN. satisfaction than the its light Garrard friends are welcoming him and his Commissioner Master 0. D. D. Prescription for Eczema all And the spirit of Jeve be strong. Lancaster, Ky. charming wife. Mrs. Rose entertained Circuit Court. I guarantee this remedy. family dinner in their honor Open the schoolhouse doors E. Robinson, Att'y for Plffs. an elegant J. R. E. McRcberts & Son Sunday. They have been closed too long! All Orders Appreciated. Phone 53 Am Bourne, Auct. 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 fails to cure. Send for list of testimonials. Addreu: F. J. CHENET & CO.. Toledo, O. Sold by all DrugElats. 75c Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation. Reward, $100 Attention! Poultry Raisers. CHRISTMAS D0NTS. STANFORD. Great Mystery Solved. be- lJtt iTxi-u-i- ia "Papa, what does Santa Clau3 do Don't tell neoDle that yod do not One of my show birds had the worst Mrs. W P. Kincaid and Mi33 Pearl tween Christmases?" You alexnect to receive any presents. case of roup I ever saw. She was "Hides from his creditors." Hampton were in Danville on business most dead before I noticed it. I know you do. c oiops Collier's Colliers in Clubs First Time Commissioner's Sale Of Land. at Raineys Livery Stable. Why suffer with that uncomfortable -- -- feeling of fulless, headaches, dizziness, Lancaster. Kentucky sour, gassy, upset stomach, or heartburn? 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 stopping the distress a soothes the irritated walls of the stomach, E. W. Morrow, Graduate Optician Glasses Fitted. Satisfaction Guaranteed. strengthens and builds up the digestive organs, thus assisting nature in the prompt digestion of the food your entire system is benefited, you will enjoy good health. and Do not suffer another day get a box of Tablets from R. E. Take them as directions and see how quickly you get relief. Opposite Post Office. Mi-o-Mi-o-n- a. Distress. .,, ah Dr. Wm. D. Pryor, stomacn -- .. Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. Office THE NEW Bath In Connection. Mi-o-- Barber Shop . J. Seale.Prop W. M. ELLIOTT, Physician and Surgeon. LANCASTER, KY. Office Phone 6. Office Hoars Commissioner' s "" $2.50 Sale of Land. Garrard Circuit Court. Dan Naylor'a Admr. VS Residence Phone 220. Office orer .m to 1J. 1 p.m. to . Stormes' Drag Stor. Plaintiff, ' - Hayden Naylor et al. Defendents. Pursuant to a judgment rendered at Phone 65. the November Term 1913 the undersigned Commissioner will sell at public auction before the Court House door in Lancaster, Ky., at 11 o'clock A. M. or thereabout, on DENTIST. Lancaster, Ky. H. MONDAY. DECEMBER, 22nd. 1913. blood-poiso- Gut Flowers Floral Designs Stop That Itch! Glass B. Carrier 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 ueeu book no. 14 pace rcza ana is uounueu as ionows:-rseginnin- g at a stake in the middle of the Lancaster and Crab OrchardTurnpikeroad, 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 con taining on acre, one rood and 36 poles. The purpose of the sale is to settle the estate and pay the indebtedness against the estate and to divide the proceeds remaining after the payment of the debts and the cost among the par ues as set out in tne pleadings. 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, bearing interest at six per cent 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 retained upon the property sold until the purchase money is paid. W. H. BROWN, Master Commissioner of the Garrard Circuit Court. L. L. Walker, Atty. :- it being the first day of the Garrard J. PATRICK, Dentist. Kentucky. j Office Hours Paint Lick, & Office: H. K. Denny anfl . A. Wheeler Ander Doctors Of Dental Surgery. Stormes BnlldlngoTei Hurt ?. KENTUCKY. son's Furniture Store. LANCASTER, - Dr. C. H. Phone TIFFIN, 95. VETERINARIAN Office at W. B. Burton's Sale Stable. LANCASTER, KY. 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. Growers of what we sell. H.F.Hillenmeyer & Sons. I 1 Si Lexington, Kentucky. TO ttfVZ I Sfe-- ? Tl ga fejftiiii acsa m mitigrfmsxrssaaK trtrraiiixrgJEJiaMuuiiJU-iiujij- ouse ji . H STANFORD STREET. We Pay Highest Market Price. No Commission Charged. Unload The Same Day. Phone 202. V C. A. Speith Co, Managers J R BEAZLEY Funeral Director and Embalmer Office Phone 3. r Residence Phone 27 LANCASTER. KY. ,- "&1 V grs .Vv Page 8 The Central Record, r'riaay, Dec nc 11 i, 19, 1913. P Columbia Price iririfii W, 52J SDtSfci L-f n ii !! II 11 3131111 n- 11 n n ir-- Grafonola $50.00 s- - I a r, - Y i7I ratted X& ct3&!& V .(Zg&WK. f4a?-iCe- Sv A J n s The omnia (REGAL) rafonola Santa Says; Decide Now. Give her a PRICE $50.00 The Greatest Musical value in all the world, an ideal Xrnas Gift. Come see and let us a U McDouga odKJillol). give you a demonstration. There is no Xmas Present in the world that will give half as much comfort, service and pleasure as the McDougal. Prices from $25. to $35. Order now for Xmas delivery. 1 HURT& ANDERSON 3i ii iL (0C90CCofwPv' FARMER'S COLUMN 9 irntiiijjlSFR inheritance, what couhl mo: "I refuse to accept my freedom," 1 said. "It is you who must decide whether or no I am acceptable to you. But there is no reason for hurry. 1 am not going to the Philippines or anywhere else. I am not a soldier; I am a citizen. A mistake has been made. I am evidently of the same name as your soldier. My card was sent upto some old friends of mine, and it evidently got Into the wrong flat Doubtless this man whom you have never seen is speeding away to the other j side of the earth. Consider nie an applicant, for his position. At any rate, permit me to come again with proper credentials with a rlew to becoming one of your friends, and the lest may take care of itself." My proposition was accepted. I fortunately found a mutual fiiend to introduce and ouoli for me, I continued my calls, and the mistake that had been made facilitated :i courtship. The lady is now my wife, and we are very happy. This is why I consider an apartment house an excellent place for fate to carry out its schemes. Had not my card gciitt' to the wrong flat I should not now bo the husband of my wife. j HTJBT & ANDEHSON 11 J! JCZZ31 idJ LITTLE THINGS C0UNI Keep- An Interference i of Fate English Farmer Profits by ing Detailed Records. difference between tne progressive 'armor and the shiftless or Indifferent, Detween the business farmer and the :ork horse kind, between the money maker and the loser, between success and failure. We are all of us either one or the other. Rot of Tomatoes. This disease often attacks plants that are not sprayed. It is first noticeable as small, black or brown spots on the leaves or stems of the plants, occurring first on the lower and older leaves; but with favorable weather it spreads rapidly until the plant is de- foliated, and the spots on the stems have coalesced Into irregular, blackish patches. If a piece of bark with these spots be examined under a high power microscope, innumerable small, cres- -' bodies may be seen. These are the fruiting spores of the fungus. Spray with Bordeaux mixture. cent-shape- d s adaptable to the working out of its Kemp peculiar decrees. At any rate, by lu- FOR SALE:-5- 0 good eve3. troduclng me to one It changed the Walker. whole course of my life. I was paying Tor Sale:-- stacks or Clover hay. attention to a young lady and doubt- T. W. Conn. R. K. no. 1. less would have married her had I not made a call iu one of those gigantic Second hand hemp brakes for sale. structures where perhaps fifty families West, Mrs. Rebecca were housed. Not only was my future changed, but the whole course of sev- deliver the hay in 5 or 10 bale lost. eral otuer persons was changed as G. 15. Swinebroad. Laneastar. Ky. well. ' Dr. W:n. Burnett sold three j earling I sent up my card to the ladies of mules to J. W. Elmore for 3C0. the Swift family, all old friends of mine, and was told to go up. The A. R. Denny sold three extra nice 5 W. B. Burton for elevator landed me on the seventh year old mules to floor, and I was directed to No. 742. I S7C0. pushed the bell button, was admitted cottage with three by a maid and left alone in the living FornnNT:-- A room to await the coming of such rooms at Lowell. Miss Ida Hurt. member of the family ns .should come in to receive me. The Swifts had For. Sale: Pure bred crystal white moved since I lud hist seen them, but the had taken a orpington cockerels and a few pullets. I did not Mippo-furnished apartment, yet all the arti-e- h J. T. Preston, Camp Nelson, Ky. In the room were unfamiliar to me. Presently a door opened and In came Mr. W. T. Doolin has three jennets, one of the daintiest specimens of femall with foal, which he will farm to inine humanity I ever saw. She apa peared to one or mare persons. He also has be between eighteen and good Jack with white points for sale. twenty and pretty as a picture. She was a perfect stranger to me and adbrown and white vanced toward me as though- I was a Fob SALE:-So- me leghorn cochrels, best strains from stranger to her, casting one inquiring Pennsylvania poultry yards ?1.00 each glance at me. then dropping her eyes W. D. and W. G. Scott. to the floor. A becoming blush sufBryantsville, Phone. fused her face. I was so taken aback at being thus received, and by a stranW. B. Burton bought a pair of 5 year ger, that I stood gaping at her without old mules for $325 of a Barboursville. speaking a word. She was thcrefoie parties. These were blue ribbon win- obliged to begin a conversation. ners and were exceptionally nice ones, j "Mrs. Morgan wrote nie that you had been obliged to sail earlier than as the price would indicate. you hnd expected and the matter bethorough bred short tween us rnut be put off unless I would for sale:-Tw- o horn bulls twelve and fifteen months ' consent to follow you to your station old. One jersey bull lifted months and be married there." All good, Good gracious! "Follow me to my old. Subject to register. Z. station! And be married there!" What individuals and ready for service: was mistaken R. F. D. No. 3. did it all mean? That I A. T. Rice, Phone for another soon became evident to me, for sale:-- pair of good 3 year old but I was willing that the girl should corhorse mules. 10 head registered jersey give me more information before cows, fresh with voung calves. A i recting her. milk "Il'in er I'm not going to sail" lot of first class pure timothy hay. will j "Xot going to sail! Your orders have been changed?" LOST:-B!ac- k Silk Scarf between "There are so many things to exoffice. Mrs. Ann Robinson's and Post plain," I said, "that perhaps we had Finder return to Mrs. W. G. Anderson. better begin at the beginning." I looked about me for a seat, and my Mammoth Bronze turkey3 for sale. eyes rested on a sofa. Hens at $3 and Gobblers at $5. Phone "Pardon me," said the girl. "Won't 37. Mrs. B. P. Swope, Bryantsville Ky. you sit down?" I sank upon the sofa, and after some Lost: A thin black sow, weight hesitation she sat down beside me. "There are features about this this about 150, strayed from my place about Dec. 1st. Any information ap matter that I do not understand," I said. "Give me your version of It." V. A. Lear. preciated. "I don't know what part of it you near don't understand, but I am glad of an my place STRAYED:-FroHyattsville rbout November 1st, a red opiortuuity to set myself right. I asheifer with white stripe on back and sure you that our friend, Mrs. Morgan, has brindle spots, we'ghs about 400 did it all. Father's failure and my pounds Reward for information load- being obliged to go to work excited H. C. Arnold, her sympathy. She said, 'You must ing to her recovery. be married. I replied, "Whom shall I Hyattsville. Kv. marry 5' 'You shall marry my nephmarry week to ew.' 'But perhaps he won't to W. B. Burton shipped this that. me.' 'Yes, he will. I'll see the Wilson Live Stock Co., at Wilson As soon as he sees you he' She said consisting ef 15 mules a lot of flattering tilings, adding that N. C. a carload for which he paid on an average of you will be her heir and she would ar$225. a head and 9 horses which aver- range that we should enjoy her foraged him $155. Of this number he tune together. I gave her my picture v purchased a pair of mules in Richmond to show to you, after which she told :for which he paid $425 and 2 horses at me that it was all settled, but that you had been ordered to the Philippines .$162.50. and a hasty marriage would be necessary. Then I received a note from Doing her that you had been obliged to start We at once for San Francisco in order to sail on a vessel leaving on the 14th. You see that I have had no hand in me has seems YOUR JOB TO the matter, which hurried. toNow that been Indecorously you have seen me I trust that you will US. AND consider yourself at liberty to withdraw without the loss of any of your ResMeat Property For Rent Inheritance, for I shall not accept a property on Stan- penny of It" I desire to rent my There was a good deal of halting In ford street, opposite the Christian this brief statement, which was given 1914. Any further church, for the year with downcast eyes and a pulling at Information can be furnished by Mr.W. the trlmmlDg of her dress. When she came to the last sentence, giving me T. West; at the Post Office. Mrs. Jennie West, mr liberty and refuslns to tonCh my Tulsa. Okla. 3 I ' ' .17 J A dpaco icioT this beading 13 for tlie exclu :ve uss of our farmer subscribers, aud is for By THEODORE L. BROWN the le cf s:cct. grain aud nch things on a3"o'd to adverIrm m ttie farmer cannot tise. Xo aotice nlll Sw accepted over four It seems to me that fate must find line, and will be only isi vo '.SMiej of the an apartment house n place especially ecokh. Tree of charge Ram Is Kept Separate Until Ewes Arr Gathered for Inspection, Thereby Avoiding All Over-Exertio- ' n in I V Running Around. (By E. H. JAYNES.) ' V j j I Expect to Do Away Witn Dust. An English city is experimenting with granular calcium chloride to combat dust roadways, applying about half a pound to the square jard. FARM MANAGER IS VALUABLE Splendid Opportunity Offered for Col- Men, With Scientific Knowledge of Farm. lege-Traine- d (By WILLIAM A. I'REEHOFF.) The other day I ran across a busie ness man who owned a farm. He was looking for a manager. "I was paying my last one $3,000 a year," he explained, "but he wasn't a big enough man for the job. I want a $5,000 man now." This farm had many departments, such as horse, dairy, fruit, vegetables, hogs and several others, a foreman being placed at the head of each department. The equipment was of the best The buildings were scarcely to be equaled in the state. It was a farm on which good work could be done. Still, the owner did not particularly care to make money on the place. He was rich enough as it was. His establishing of a lawn was sufficient evidence for that "I want things different," he in his explanation. "For instance, I have ordered the horticulturist to pay no attention to the common commercial apples. I want apples on my farm I am not able to buy on the open market" This the keynote of the management of such a farm. All the work is experimental; everything goes to satisfy the owner's whim. There are hundreds of such farms being layed every year. There would be more but for the fact that capable managers are not to be had. A splendid opportunity for college-traine- d men, with a scientific knowledge of farming, is thus opened. But it requires men with a good deal of tact to handle a dozen foremen who are also college graduates. These men will have a chance to do much Individual work; they may apply their knowledge to the utmost. Scarcely restricted by the lack of funds, and not under the necessity of making the farm as a whole pay large dividends, they may devote their time to breeding up herds, grains and fruits. 700-acre con-tinu- Nothing is more discouraging than a lot of lamb; of various ages, uneven in size, running with a flock of ewe: that would, had they been given the ' opportunity, have lambed at the same period. For the past month or two the ram should have been in a lot by himself and eating all the nice juicy grass he desired. The value of such a gras3 plot can hardly be It gives the ram a tender bit of picking, causing him to take sufficient exercise to keep him in the best of trim. Supplement this with an abundance of fresh water, a little salt and a trifle of oats, and we have a combination guaranteed to give results In the line of a big, strong, vigorous sire. A practice that is common with English breeders and which our farmers must eventually follow is the hard coupling of ram and ewes. The American farmer turns his ram with the ewes and trusts to luck to bring him a good crop. He does not know whether the ram is safely set-- ' tling the ewes or not. Too often the ram abuses himself, to the detriment of the latter part of the crop. Then, too, the exertion from running around, as a ram in a bunch of ewes usually does, undermines his vigor. Compare this with your English farmer . The ram is kept to himself all the time except when he is led out to the ewes. He gets his allowance of grain and his bite of grass, no matter how hard pressed the farmer i3 for feed, for he knows too well that a handful of grain given to the ram is as good as one given to each of the ewes. When evening comes, the farmer leads his ram out to where the ewes are gathered for the inspection of the ram. The lead is loosened from his halter and he quietly proceeds to in- I r- - Hogs and Sheep. If the farmer is looking for quick returns in live stock and for a large percentage on the money invested, there are no animals on the farm that will baat the sow and the ewe. Stil! in er. "Is the patient out cf dacgex yet?" "Well, not altogether. The trained nurse is still with him." St Louii Republic. In Boston, Too! Mother (to park policeman) "My little boy wants to see the monkeys. Can you direct me to the apiary?" Boston Transcript. LiADE THE WORLD BRIGHTER Music SNAP. SHOTS Jtome Tjalent Play. Sfrouse. Lovers Everywhere Acknowledge the Debt They Owe Felix Mendelssohn. Lancaster Opera Take Pride In Work Right BRING SEE Small Fruit Matters. During the fall and winter is a good time to begin preparation for the setting of the strawberry bed next spring, or those bush fruits that should be found in every garden. Late fall plowing is advantageous. It tends to the destruction of insect life. Fall plowed land is, as a rule, in a workable condition In the spring ahead of unplowed land. The action of the elements will make the soil more friable. Because of these two points gained, the moisture, contents and conserving power of the soil will be increased. Heavy Producing Oats. In some Ontario experiments the varieties of oats producing an average yield of more than 90 bushels an acre, based on the results of five years, ore Banner, New Zealand, Yellow Russian and Peerless. Scarboro produced the largest yield of straw, being 3.87 tons an acre. What musician does not love the name of Felix Mendelssohn? Those fortunate enough to hear symphonies and oratorios have revelled in the beauties of his greater works such as The Scotch Symphony, "A Calm Sea and Prosperous Voyage," the Fingal's Cave, and other overtures, St Paul and the Elijah, which is so dramatic, it has lately been given with stage settings. The music to Midsummer Night's Dream makes Shukespeare's fairy comedy even more enjoyable than before. We realize more fully the lightsome grace of tiny elves, the merry jests of Puck, and above all, the happy union of Obercn and Titan-ia- . Their Wedding March voices the note of joy at how many a nuptial gathering, from those held in stately cathedrals with crowned heads attending, to those taking place in some remote village chapel where simple villagers- - form the bridal procession. Many a woman's chafed spirit finds relief in playing those gems for the piano called Songs Without Words. Mendelssohn's father, having embraced Christianity, desired Felix to A Prize Winner. add his mother's name Bartholdy to spect the flock. One is found in heat, his own decidedly Jewish appellation. she is served and the shepherd quietly The full signature, Felix Mendelssohn removes her while the ram continues Bartholdy appears after some compositions, but Mendelssohn, the Musician, his inspection. When all has been served the ram belongs neither to Judaism nor to is removed and a record is made of Christianity, but to the whole happy the ewes bred, the date and anything world of music lovers. else that may be needful. The pure bred owner takes the ear TO BRING BUFFALO tag number of his ewe and her date SHRINE of treeding is put down on his flock sheep owner Ancient Indian Ceremonial in Times record. The grade of Drought and Famine Now in marks his ewes in some conspicuous Philadelphia. manner. week he uses For instance, the first fulfilling its ancient purNo red paint placed on the hip, the sec- pose longer of charm to provide large bufond week on the back, the third on the shoulder, etc Different colors of paints falo herds for the Indian of the plains, being used, if possible to know by the there Is on exhibition at the Universimark on her back Just when she will ty of Pennsylvania museum a sacred shrine of the Hldatsa Indians, which Ismb. When lambing time approaches has been added to the Heye collection there is no question about when a of American ethnological objects. It eve should lamb. He has the records. is believed to be the only shrine of Its A glance and he has the whole story nature ever erected by the Indians. The before him. A sharp contrast to the earthen-covere- shrine was set up in a large hut near the line beformer who has to "tell by guess" about when a ewe is to lamb, and who tween Montana and the Dakotas. It consequently looses a high per cent consists of four posts stuck into the ground, on which rest two shelves. On of his crop. Is it too much trouble to do this? the lower shelf is a very ancient bufIs it too much trouble to get your corn falo skull resting in a bed of leaves planted or to harvest your oats when from the pennyroyal plant On the uppershelt are two human skulls paint ripe? Your lambing season is your har- ed red. It was the custom of the natives to vest. It awaltsyou, but the time of harvesting (giving birth to lambs) Is make gifts to the shrine whenever uncertain, unless you know by your they wanted the gods to answer a prayer. Philadelphia Dispatch to the records when to. expect It Is these little New York Sun. Brother farmer. It things that coukt They mark tb. d Wfondai 9?yitj December 22nd. Costumes valued at $500.00 will be used in transforming 100 children into Fairies, Butterflies, Japanese Girls, Indian Maiden3. Mexican Girls and a Military Drill of young ladies. One of the mo3t attractive Entertainments ever seen in Lancaster will be the play Snap-Shota one act comedy and the many drills, and choruses, which will be presented on Monday night. Dec. 22nd, at the Lancaster Opera House, under the direction of Miss Myrtle Mae Critchfield and for the benefit of the Baptist Ladies Aid. About 20 of Lancaster's best Local Talent will participate and over 100 children will be seen elaborately costumed in Drills and Choruses. Following is the Programme. s, it PROGRAM Miss Viola Beagle "A Trip to Japan" Japanese Chorus of 40 little girls in Japanese Costumes. A Tableau of Fairies and Butterflies. Queen of the Butterflies Baby Sister Caneer. Queen of the Fairies Mable Beagle. Military Drill in Costume Ten Young Ladies Mexican Drill and Chorus Fifteen High School Girls 20 Girls in Indian Costume Indian Drill and Chorus '. Indian Chief Bradley Bourne Indian Maiden Mi3s Critchfield Pianist SNAP SHOTS. CAST OF CHARACTERS Mr. Mason, Photographer Bob, office boy assistant photographer Mr. Spratt, farmer Clara Spratt daughter of Mr. Spratt Miss Modesty Lookold, an old maid Maggie and J immie, street waifs Mrs. Dusenberry, a society lady Mrs. Swan Swanson and 15 children Mrs. Coaxwell Grandma Miss Brown, Blossom Bride Groom College Girls Mrs. Jud Judkins: Mr. Deafman Carrie Deafman Mrs. Flanagan Mrs. O'Brien Pat O'Brien (little boy -- . 4 years old) .- - ,' Dr. W. A. Wheeler Mr. Willie Miller Miss Lillian Cochran Mr. Russel Brown Miss Lida Raney Miss Patsy Anderson Laverne Dickerson, Russell Sanford Miss Bernie Lear Miss Willie Wiikerson Miss Mattie Adams Miss Fay Acton i Miss Eugenia Moss Miss Bessie Wiikerson .Mr. Billy Swope Six High School Girls Miss Elizabeth Collier Mr. Ector Lawson Miss Gracie May Cochran Miss Emma Walker Miss Minnie Galley Mr. Cecil Brown " - r 31 JlETSACvLi J. 1 in j.i w winmtrr mi ihiwitWkti'irniii