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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): December 24, 1913 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1913 cen1913122401_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 24, 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. I fWUNTT FOURTH m - THE CENTRAL RECO RD. REUOIOb, UNI A RNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD OOVERNMEN2. YIAR. BTW H II II - flAa !! It MMBBW1PWM1 Ml I Bllll t I II 1 4 LANCASTER. Oct out the wntcr wagon. KY., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 24. 1913. IjsWfWirT&BrriLiBimii NUMBER 38. irgjarBi. (QfMfrUlfirrHJiairtijoarirgJi All the Hanks will be closed January 1st 10U. Make yourself a Xmas Pres- Hcgln the New Yoarrlght for the Record. Subscribe Y SA .V. A a aciAJjdsr, WH LTSsKaftT, . I To aV Our Friends just received a lot of large, attractive Cal- ent by buyihg a nice W, T. West has about completed his new garage on Lexington street, New Year with tho avalanche of "please remit" communications Is near at hand. Many farmers have taken advantage of the open fall and have done consid crable ploughing. TO enders. 1 and Patrons. We have Beginning December 25th, we will give them to BUGGY OR ROBE sincere thanks for We will have to get the L & N to their liberal patronage during the past year, and to wish each of them a bring us enough water to All the Merry Christmas, and a Happy and prosperous New Year. "water wagon" for its initial trip Jan. 1st. assumo a Christmas spirit, If thcro is aught in the year draw and before the day Is over we will havo achieved it, for this best of all grows ing to its close that has left a disagree able impression, may the big sponge great with that upon which it feeds. of forgetfulness speedily and effecti The usunl number of fire cracker ively wipe It out. fiends noticeable just preceding Xmas Miss Emma Hooi's Will Probated. did not put In their appearance this The will of the late Miss Emma year. The "lid is on" that practice. Hood was admitted to probate in the Good luck, good courage and good county court on Monday. With the business be with you and here's hop- exception of a small bequest to a faing your Christmas turkey may be the vored niece, all of her property, both tenderest and tastiest you ever set real and personal, is bequeathed to her tooth in. brother, Dr. Thomas J. Hood, and he is named as executor without bond. Box Supptr Over Post Office. Farm Work Progresses. There will be a Hox Supper Ded. 27 The open weather prevailing this fall me neneiii oi over the I'ost Ulllce lor the Christian Endeavor. Everjbody has been ot great advantage to the farmers and many of them have made invited. Girls brifig a box of goodies. considerable progress with their plow- Merry Christmas. ng. This not only benefits them by enabling them to get ahead with their Hack of this simple Creeling is a work, but the freezes on the newly personal Message to each and every one ground will prove of great times. May this ploughed who reads these advantage. Christmas Day mean all to you that it can mean to any one! "Pinhookers" Doleful. Worthy Colored Woman Dead. wish to extend to my friends and customers my THEO CURREY. each and every customer, as long as they last. We have also arranged to give each customer a new page in our 1914 ledger in order to start with a clean record for the New Year. Should there be a 1913 balance on your account, you can greatly favor us by calling to settle before January 10th, and avoid bringing this balance forward to the new account. Thanking you for your patronage for the past and iLet us County Clerk Hamilton Has Accident. CHARCOAL FOOT HEATER We also Carry a Nice Line of While shredding fodder on his farm on the Lexington, pike on last Friday, county clerk J. W. Hamilton met with what came near proving a serious accident. The gasoline engine which operates the shredder had "gonedead" and Mr. Hamilton attempted to investigate as to the cause, when the machinery started prematurely and some part of it struck him about tho head, lacerating his forehead and inflicting some painful scalp wounds. However, we are glad to state his injuries are not serious and he is able to be at his post of duty. ' earnestly soliciting a continuance of same thoughout the New Year, we are yours for a MERRY CHRISTMAS and a Happy and Prosperous New Year. "Old Santa" Comes To Town "Old Santa" came to town in proper persona on last Saturday afternoon and gladdened the hearts of several hun- dred kiddies who were congregated to meet him, not only with a view of f3 the old gentleman himself, but by distributing bags of sweets among them. His arrival was an annual custom of Messrs Haselden Uros, The hardware tiros., and Mr. Joe Haselden the kindly old gentleman. He arrived in an automobile and his machine was immediately surrounded by the eager youngsters, to whom he distributed bags of candy indis criminattly. KOYS VV;iOmS.I'IISI1 was w w wya j I i mm L1HS a r- waw HASELDEN BROS. Wholesale and Retail Hardware. Lancaster, Ky. Etc. up-to-da- We carry at all times an assortment of Leather Goods and Harness te "Aunt Kdna" Palmer, relict of the lute Sam Palmer, an aged and respect- d colored woman died at Point Leavel) Friday and her remains were laid to rent at Paint hick Sunday. ore. CONN BROTHERS. Live and Let Live Folks AT THE BEN ALI THEATRE Ijsxinjiton. Ky' Miss Ophelia Wane ami Mr. John popular young both Spooitamure, ifoplo of Lincoln county, were married by Rev. S. 11. Pollitt at the .Methodist I he lursonage on December Ifatli. groom is a brother of Mr. Ceo. Spoona The "Pinhookers", as the men who buy tobacco on speculation are called, are wearing long faces these days. Many of them who have ventured to buy have met with severe losses, and the majority of them have kept hands off, as tho farmers are asking so close to the market price for their holdings that there is a scant margin for a middlemans profit. Tartar Buys Fine Farm. Mr. Charles Tarter, who has been n justness in bomerset for many years, jut who recently sold out to Allen & Catron, has purchased a fine blue grass farm in Garrard county for which he laid, so we are informed, about $13.- 000, and will move his family to it ibout the first of the year. Somerset regrets to lose Mr. Tartar, but we hoe he will prosper greatly in his new home Somerset Journal. Don't Buy a Tl ' ' The Currency Bill. j ure.'of this county. Some Chrirtmas Gilt This. As a token of their love and esteem tho McKendree church of Hubble, presented their pastor. Rev. S. 11. Pollitt, ot this city, with a handsome Jersey cow and young calf. I) rot her Pollitt is justly proud of this magnificent gift and savs she is now furnishing his family with five gallons of milk a day. Welcome To Our Boys And Girls. JANUARY 1st, 2nd, 3rd. MATINEE, 1st, 3rd. OLIVER MOROSCO presents PEG By 1 0' MY HEART Cast and Production I.URErrE TAYLOR'S CREATIVE SUCCESS; Everyone is giving the glad hand to boys and girls who have been off to school or in business the past year. We are sorry that some were kept fiom coming home for various reasons and we are wishing them a merry "f they could not be in Christmag vr J. Hartley Manners Splendid Lancaster. Christmas Weddings. A. L. Davis, aged lit! and Etta Aug' lin, lit, both of Garrard county, secur ed license on Monday and will be mar ried in Richmond on Christmas day, James Davis, aged 'J.') and Marian Kinnard. 19 were granted license Mon day and will be married Christmas eve, The bride is a daughter of Gene Kin nard and the groom a daughter of S. P. Davis, all of the Lowell section. Capt. Bourne Gets Good Prices. "Solid Year Court Theatre N.Y. PRICES NIGHT, 25, 50, 1.0O, 1.50 2.00 MATINEE, 25, 50, $1.00 Testimonial From High Authority 3 Mrs. Wilson of Nashville, Tenn.. ia famed the world over for her wonderfully delicious cukes. They nro shipped to all parts of the Globe for special affairs Notwithstanding the Christmas spirit was in the air and trading was afar from the minds o many peopleon Mon day, Capt. Am. Hourne succeeded in getting good prices for several offer- -' ings. He reports ti c sale of 10 plug horses at prices ranging from $30 to $101., a few milk cows at from ?3T. to $C0. sows and pigs from $20. up. a lot of old buggies at from $15. to $2.r and a lot of farm machinery for ileriuloii & Walker at good nrires. More Elders And Deacons. where the best of Cakes are demanded. This year, as in former years, Mrsr Wilson enjoys the distinction of making 'the President's Christmas Cake, using Calumet Baking Powder. Mrs. Wilson's Baking Motto is: "To have complete aurceso with no failures, care thould be used in selection of LUliing Powder." members unanimous vote of tl of the Christian church last Sunday and upon reccomdation.of the olllcial board, Mr. M. L. Caneer. and Mr. Henry Moore, were cMoslTi elders? and Mr. 0. The T. Lay ton was elected a deacon. ordination services vill take place at tho church thejl'rst Sunday morning uf the new year. t)lo 'selection of these jnen for these positions, is a compliment to them, and ve kr.ow they will prove helpful to thj, church. Hy CALUMET BAKING POWDER 1111 Christian Church Remembers Orphans careful study anil investigiation of the Some little time bbo I made .. I Bat! flIIMtS tPnaiCI. . V ... baking powder jb. . "J "I ' Bill 111 ly convinced l,om mo tesulta I have received that there is no.bak.ihg powuer to and economy, and.l al rccommentl equal Calumet for vholeomenert Calumet Making I'owuer tor us ncv iuuiii Mrs. Betty Lyler Wilson. December I). 1U13. also rw.Wed the Hlghs.t Award, at the World's Pur. Food Calum.t Exposition, Chicago and Paris, France, 1812. As is the custom every Christmas, the members of the, Sunday school and Christian churet), remembered the orphans, of tho Christian church homo at LoihsviIIo this week in a very manner. Nearly seven hun dred pttaJs of provision and clothes . .me iioiiiu eru ujtpresswi io .1... L 1 .muiuuy J morning, cownendable indeed and all itemed hap'py 'in thu giving, which irivana so much to these children and v?ll be' so miJcri appreciated by good Aoth'or Grah'am, who has been assopL alid vrth Ihp home so long. Thi's" is Buy a can of Calumet Baking Powder at once, and usa it in your Holiday Bakings, making your Christmas Cakes M good as the President's. J. W. Smith's Drawing. At the drawing of Mr. J. W. Smith held in front of his place of business ' on last Saturday afternoon, Charlie c r..l UUCIilllUII. JULLOMUl n.....i:. Owens, a well known man Mrs. Chas. Raierle.n. who underwent held the ticket which called for the, capital prize, a Studebaker Wagon. Mr. sueI' serious,operatlon at the home Jarres A. Cotton drew the barrel of oi ur. acion on wee. oui, as uo.e io com granulated sugar, the box of Arbuckles Tviwn t0 llur "0,n" 0,1 Ulc w a well woman which speaks coffee went to Mr. J. C. Plummer a ' geon and physi-an- d tenant on Mr. Itright Herring's farm we" for our local the Mr. C. A. Arnold held tte m"- . . . Ur. Acton lias gone to a great deal ticket xvhirli lr..w tin. l.nrr. l nf ilnnr. of expense in equipping a sanitary up-- I operating rcom in connection Moss. Mrs. Ellen Moss died Monday Dec. with his home, where he expects to Dr. 15, at her home at Camp Nelson, of care for his surgical patients. Acton has had a great deal of experiold age. Mrs. Moss was infirmities of surgical and hospital work, and a native of Garrard county and SU ence in years old. She was u great sufferer has proven his skill to the public by during her four months illness and the many successful operations he did Hospital as well as in borohet suffering with fortitude. .Mrs, at the Lancaster private homes. before her marriage to John Moss was, We'll Bet You Peeped. Moss, Miss Kllcn Dunn, of Garrard county, and had lived in Jessamine Did you get n package marked county since her marriage. She is sur "Don't open until Xmas? If you did vived by two daughters, Mrs. Hen we will wager you did not heed the inilell and Mrs. William Leavell, three junction. We will not be so narrow sons, R, '.. Moss, McKinney Moss and minded either as to confine the wager Ray Moss, of Middlesboro, also one to "feminine curiosity," but are per Funeral fectly willing toinclude the sterner sister, Mrs. Thomas Moore, services were held Wednesday morning sex at the late residence, conducted by Wo will venture to say that a very In-- 1 goodly proportion of the packages so Rev. W. L. Clark, of Wilmore. termcnt In Maple urove cemetery, sent, were revealed to the eyes of . Jessamine Journal. the owners before the allotted time. and stealthily and carefully retied to ni Keai tsiaie ueais. , uwnit tlie mornjnB 0f Dec. 25th. in Messrs Hughes & Swinebroiul the faot, We do r.ot think we would be far real estate men, sold for A. J. Caddell wrong in saying that nearly all the to Messrs W. L. Ham and Charles , x,nas presents that were not viewed Tartar, his farm on the Richmond pike t,eforo Christmas morning were those near town, consisting of 154. acres. 1 13 plucud in the stockings by Old Santa. acres at 5so. per acre, tne remaining General 11 acres at $105. per acres. The iBtter Dr. Burnett To Retire From tract being the land which Mr. Caddell Practice. recently purchased of Mr. R. K. Henry and affords an outlet from the other j t will be Bad news to'thefpeople of he has county, amanV-whon- i tract to the pike. Messrs Ham & tar contemplate building on the pike on practised buccessjlillyj(r a number of n splendid location near the big pond, years, to knbwjifiat Dr. William Hur- a nett will iimjlediately retire from the Mr. Jlam is a son and Mr. of Mr. and Mrs. Uen4 Ham active prjeci o his ' profession, of Hyattsville and count here from Shortly after the' firsf of the year he to Chicago, where he will take Somerset. Hotli are splendid citizens ! will-gand will bo warmly welcome to the ' sj'course at the Eye & Ear College, county. Mr. Caddell has not yet fullyafter finishing which he will go to the decided as to Ids future plans, but will rManhatUn Eye & Ear College in New doubtless rent for the present, and ft la York city for a special course, and his hoped that he will conclude tojairchasn present intention Is after these courses another farm and remain In.thecountv. are completed, which will consume Dr. lluvnett sold bis furm of 101 J probably two months, to return to acreB. The "Tram Cein place" to ex- - Lancaster and practice as a specialist representative WilliauTRay for 3125. for the eye and ear. per acre, tills' farm Is one of the best ' Dr. Hurnett has recently disposed of located and most desirable small farms his farm in this county and is now on a in this lection, and contains what is trade for a splendid farm in Shelby t body of water in the county, however, the purchase will be probably th county; and Mr. Ray is to be con-- ! only an investment, and we are glad . to know that the eenial Dr. 'and his fuiHted on his acouisltion. M ...A 1. I.. ' Possession of both places Is to be splendid lamny are io remain resmcuig Lancaster, at least for the present ot given January 1, 1914. Hefore this issue ot th Record reach es its readers, the Wilson administra- tion and the Democratic party will have scored another signal victory, the pas- sage of the Currency Hill. The House pasocil the ineasure at 10;40 Monday night and sent it at once to the Senate, which was waiting in session to re- ceive it, and a vote is expected not later than 2;30 Tuesday, after which it will go immediately to the President for his signature. The measure passed the House by a vote of 2HS to 5'J. "0 Republicans, 13 Progressives and one Independent voted with the majority, while two Democrats, Calloway of Texas," Witherspoon of Mississippi voted ngainst it. STOVE or RANGE ! fi I'i pi) lit"! ' ft v until you get my PRICES W J. ROMANSJ 3 G g)ni I .n.. Candy FRUIT, China, Aluminum, Etc FOR CHRISTMAS. We have the prettiest line of Box Can- - rd 1tar dies in town. Davidson k Doty. Phone 181 . Page 2 The Central Record, Wed, Dbc 24,1913. Describe Effects Of SUNDAY Lesson XIII. Southern Railway. PREMIER CARRIER OF THE SOUTH. Direct Line to SCHOOL !f THE DAIRYMAN. After the young row bns freshened tho first time give her n III tie chaiicu to rcRt before breed lug ngaln. Do not keep the calves out cold nights. Start to put them lu the barn, find ronx them with n little grain feed. A calf well started Is half grown. Sour milk Is about as gcnxl for growing a young rnlf as so much fog. Ice cold milk Is but little better, nnd excessive quantities uro even worse. See thnt tho cows nro not chilled and their milk How Impaired. Heinembcr thnt every tlmo tho cows shiver they shako out the profits. The teats should nlwnys be observed by the milker and when they get hard und rough should be anointed with vaseline. If the butter Is slow In coining It Is due to ono of two causes. I'lthcr the cream Is too cold or else tho chum Is overloaded, mid tho contents do not get proper osclllntlnu. Strange Liquid New Fourth Quarter, For Dec. 28, 1913. SERIES. Children Cry for FUtchr's Louisville,, St Louis and THE INTERNATIONAL The West. .Two Through Trains Daily. Leave Danville nt 5:25 a. m. 5:10 p. m. Arrive Louisville at 8:40 a.m' 9:10 p. m. Arrive St. Louis at 5:40 p. m. 7:31 a. m. Cafe, Parlor Through Pullman Sleeping Cars on both trains. Car on day train. No change. Local Train. Lv Danville 7:30 a. m. Ar Louisville 11:10 a. m. For any information Vrite, Persons Who Hafc Tested It Say Rheu- matic Pains Vanish, Appetite Grows And Indigestion Disappears As Text of lha Leiton, Quarterly Rtvltw, Read Joth. xkIv Qolden Text, John III, 16 Commentary by Rev. D. M. Stearns. Cry For Help, Golden Text. Jns. vv10, "The supplication of n righteous man avatlcth much In Us working." Tho continual complaining of this rebellious peoplo was enough to wear nny one out and led Moses to say, "It Is too heavy for me." but he always took everything to tho Lord In prayer. This was one of the occasions when he felt tinuecessnrlly burdened, as If he had to do It. I.rssox II. Jealousy and Ihivy Punished. Num. xll. Golden Tot. I Cor, silt, J. C, "Invo cnvleth not: lovo vaunt-ctnot Itself, Is not puffed up. dnth not behave Itself unseemly." The ilevll Is crrr nt work In tlio world ami In the church, but It Is sad Indeed when he Is allowed to enter n ChrtMlnn household. It should bo said of Christian. "See how these believers lovo one I.essok Num. xl, 10-1- I. Moses If By Magic. To the many local people who have followed the recent startling reports of strange cures that have been brought about by the use of the new Koot Juice medicine, which has created so much excitement in Atlanta and other places, the following descriptions of its remarkable effect will be found most interesting. Mr. Albert Timlick, of Contrail, III., says regarding his experience: "My "condition was such that I could not I had keep down a glass of water. suffered for two years and tried many I kinds of medicines without benefit. was almost dead one evening, when I sent for a bottle of the Hoot Juice and felt better as soon as 1 had taken 21. 2o. Tlio Kind You Hnvo Alwnyn lionght, nnd wlilrh lins been lu ii so for over :iO - yours, Iiuh borno tlio .iKimttira of null lilts im'CII HiiMiu miner ins per- Honnl mik.tvIhIoii Mtiro Its) Infancy. Wut&ZT&lc&tM Allow no tino to tloci'lvo you In tlilsu " nro-buAll CoutitcrfcltM, ImltiitloiiH nnd KMMlnifiitH (hut trlllo with mid fiitlimiicr tlio licnltli of lutunts mid Children Kxpericnco iiBiilnst Excrluivut. yZy'i' ".TiisI-iis-p;o- t B. HARRIS TODD, Starks Building. District Passenger Agent. LOUISVILLE, KY. b Roots & Herbs GOD'S MEDICINES Compounded according to the Original & .'Exclusive Formulas & Recipes of Charlie White-MooThe Herbalist, for tho treatment of human ailments. Endorsed in tho Bible. 3 Thousands of Testimonials. AH, the u Great Body-ToniSCIENCE SOPE, for the Skin Only. Ask your druggist, or write C01I-CEL-c. Hu-mun, WINTERING BROOD SOWS. It Is pleasant. It neither Opium, Mnrplilno nor olhfr Narcotic Mitistiiiicc. Its no Is Its) guarantee. It destroys) Worm Tor tuoro limn thirty jtiim It mill nllavs litis been lu constant uso for tho rollef of Constipation, nnd I'liitiitenov, "Wind Cnllf, till Twilling Troubh-IHitrrliirn. It regulate tlio Stomaeh mid Ilowels, assimilates tlift Food, giving healthy nnd natural alccp. Tho Children's l'aimctu Tho Mother's l'rlcnd. '(iiit.-.li-is MihMltuto Cnslorlix U n Kiirlf, Drop- - mill Soothing Syrups. What is CASTOR IAPnit for linrndrss Cnslor Oil, ' CHARLIE WEITE-JI00- N Tie Cebcj Hobilist ontaiNAron or CHfTEHKE REMEDIES IMIH Mrs. CHARLIE WHITE-MOO- N L tCiEKCE iCFE 3731 West Broadway Louisville, Kentucky 3 Try the following drinks bottled by the lut-Co- la Sanitary Boftlii COMPANY,-- OF LANCASTER, KY. MINT COLA in clear or brown bottles. ALLEN'S RED TAME CHERRY. VIN FIZ, a fine grape drink. GRAPE ALL, another splendid grape drink. , Diamond getting the Insist brand of pure, clean and bottle drinks. They sre wholesome, and are bottled in Lancaster J. Haselden and Henley Bastin, under the direct supervision Bastin. i Saviour, He should bo our only exam' pie. nnd Ills approval our only aim. Lnssox VII. Tho Death of Moses. Golden Text, Ps Deut xxxlv, cxvl. 15, "Precious In the sight of Je hovali Is tho death of Ills saints." In some respects tho most remarkable death and burial on record, ns his wns nlso In somo respects the most remarkLEMON, CREAM SODA. able life ever lived. No other man who died and was burled wns ever seen on on Mint Cola earth hundreds of years later and rec ognized by mortals. Half of It. f Lesson Maiden Aunt Venice at last! VIII. Joshua the New by Golden Text, of the dream of my youth Is now Leader. Josh. 1, fulfilled. N'lece Why only half, aunt- Josh. I, 0, "lie strong and of good S. V. courage." Ilerneraber the ten times ie? Aunt (slKhlnc) I contemplated of Clinton B. this exhortation Is found Iseo notes on to Venice on my wedding tour. this lesson) nnd associate with It the Boston Transcript five "lie of good cheers" of tho Lord Jesus (Mntt Ix. 2. 22: xlv. 27: John xvl. 33: Acts xxlll. 111. Make much of the ntssuranco "1 will be with thee: I will not fall thee" (verso 5). nnd the "lie not nfrald of of verse 0 I.r.ssov IX. Crossing the Jordan. Josh. III. Golden Text. Isa. xll 10, "Tear thou not. for I urn with thee." Itemeniber the faith of Iiahab and tin: story of the scurlet line: also the prom inent place of the nrk of the covenant In chapters III and lv. See the object In dividing the Ited sen and the Jordan, that the name of the Lord might bo magnified nnd that nil the people of the earth might know the hand of the Lord (Isa. Ixlll. J: Josh. lv. 21). Lrssov X. The Pull of Jericho. Josh Tl. Golden Text, Mark Ix. 23. "All things nre possible to litis that belleveth," Note nmln the promiWe of a nence of the nrk of the covenant and the only sound heard, that of t lie trumof tobacco, pets of rams' horns. All victory Is la tho name of the Lord Jesus anil by top not have a virtue jtt Ills precious blood. Before Him all Jerlchos fall, nil dllllcultle have vanish. Les.so.n XL Tho Sin of Achnn, Jo.h. to believe be Golden Text. Num. xjxll. vll. 23, "Be sure your sin will find you We have never made statements to mislead any one, make no claims but those out." Wo arc assured of victory nnd of founded upon facts, and we wish again to repeat. being able to say, "Thanks be unto God, who always causcth us to triIts That we give every seller an absolutely square deal whether he sells thousands umph In Christ" (II Cor. II. 11), but It of pounds or hundreds. Is on condition of obedience and of We are financialy responsible. 2nd. pleasing, and not grieving tho Holy 3rd. We con and do secure just as much for your tobacco as any house in the Bplrlt. Lesson XII. The Word Mnde world for same grades of tobacco. Flesh, John I. M& Golden Text. John 1th. We have plenty room for you and for your teams. I, 11, "And tho word became flesh and dwelt among us." Tho same ono who 5th. We have an up to date commodious Warehouse with every known facility- - to created heaven nnd earth and talked handle your tobacco. with Adam and Eve. with Knocli, Gth Our two houses are connected by n viaduct, the old house used as a prizing Noah, Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, .Moses and Joshua, became ono of us, sin explant, where several of the largest buyers prize all tobacco purchased in tills market. cepted, by being born of Mary. Ho was 7th. We have had four years experience in the loose leaf business, which is worth unkjiowu on earth except by n few, Ho great deal to you but costs you not a penny. a Is very llttlo known now, but to all who recelvo III in lie gives tho priviWe urge you if you have never sold with us to ask your neighbor who has, if our lege of becoming children of God. treatment of them in the past four years warronts every claim we make, and to compare Crystal Ginger Ale. Pure Fruit Strawberry, Orange, three or four dotes. I kept on using it and now I can keep anything on my Hoot Juice has done wonstomach. ders for me." Mr. D. P. Keer. of Bellfontaine, O.. tells the following story of his exper ience: "I was the victim of severe stomach and kidney trouble und grew weak, thin and nervous from the long and continuous suffering. My stomach Most of the was sore and painful. I time I could not digest my food. would get up in the morning with a headache and so weak I could scarcely dress myself. I frequently had bilious spells, coated tongue, bad taste in my mouth and smothering sensation. My kidneys would act often but very scant and painful." "I spent many dollars for medicines and treatment but could not even get When this new medicine, relief. Hoot Juice, became known here, I was one of the first to get it. liofore 1 am long I noticed an improvement. on my fourth bottle now feel much better in every way. My appetite is good. I sleep well, I eat what I want and digest my food. The soreness has gone from my stomach and my kidneys no longer give me any trouble. I am free from headaches, am gaining and have gained in1 in strength weight." Others who have used it for rheumatism say that its effect is marvelous and that after taking it a short time the pain and soreness vanish The stiffness goes and the swelling soon disappears, the joints and limbs become limber and strong and the general health improves. drug store At any good, all persons interested can obtain full information regarding the juice treatbotment. Large three quarter-pin- t tles cost only one dollar. Lcssox 111. The Iteport of the Spies. Golden Text, Nuin. xlll. ltom. vlll. .H. "If (iol Is for us. who W ngnlust us?" To 'Inquire If what God says Is true or to question If He Is able to do ns lie hns said Is Indeed had business. The shepherds did bet tcr who .ahl. "Let usgo mid see this thine which has come to pass" (Luke II. 15l When the Lord Is ns real to us as He was toL'nleb mid .lotmu we will not cnnslder plant dlllleultlcs of any kind. Lrfsos IV. The Sin of .Moses nnd Golden Text. Aaron. Nnm. sx. "Let the wonls of tny ls. .tlx. mouth and the meditation of my heart be acceptable In thy sight. O .lehovnh. my linck and my Iledeemer" The failure of Sl?5 on the line of meekness after forty years of victory and Intercession for Midi a people should hum bio us nil In the dust lefore God ntid lead us never for one moment to trust ourselves In nny way. Lrssox V. Italak and Balaam. Num. Golden Text. xxil. 2 (1: xxlr. Jas. I. S. "A double minded man. unstable lu all his ways." Kvery phase of human nature Is set before us In Scripture, hut Union in Is one of the strangest, ready to do anything for money, even to curse the people of God. and yet afraid to go against God and ready to spenk Ills messages, yet a leader of the Lord's people Into sinful ways (Rev. II. 14). Lksson VI. Abstinence For the Sako Golden Text, of Others. Horn, xlv, Bom. xlv, 21. "It Is good not to eat flesh, nor to drink wine, nor to do any . 10-1- Alfalfa Hay Furnishes Nutriment For the Unborn Progeny. A number of yenrs ago we worked out the problem of wintering our jrood sows from thu tlmo they were bred to farrowing on alfalfa hay, says the editor of Hoard's Dairyman. Previous to that time o had lu common with other farmers lost heavily In young pigs. Tho sows were wintered mainly on com and houso slops, mid the pigs were born .weak and so lacking lu vitality that many of them died Studying the matter one day. we- were convinced that the mothers were not given n sufficient amount of protein to properly nourish thoso young bodies before birth. pig Is a mass of protein, and how will the sow get enough of that lenient to make those little bodies nnd endow them with living vigor unless tho fanner Is wise enough to give It to her? If she were ranglug In the forest the nuts nnd roots would furnish It But on tho farm she Is eoufliied to the pen and yard. So to experiment we placed nine brood sows lu November upon a ration of alfalfa hay nnd what drink they Deeded, which wns mostly GENUINE CASTORIA I ALWAYS Bears the Signature of In Use For Over 30 Years Thfs Kind You Have Always Bought ' PROFITS. We divide our profits with you. We guarantee to save you 10 per cent. We sell the best of everything. We will be glad to have you call to see us. We are foolish to make such low prices our water. The foreman of the fa nn and all the neighbors were sure wo were mnklug n mistake. They were certain the sows would fall away In flesh and all that thing whereby thy brother stumbleth As tho Lord Jesus Christ Is our only competitors say. The Hampshire brert! of hog. known also as tho Thin Rind, hat until recent years teen tut little knowp or brut. Formerly It waa hard to cet a class tot three luK. but at thrlr noo-- qualltlr became known tbers has been much demand for them. The Hampshire Is a peculiarly marked breed, having n band of white uround Ita fore body Am a bacon hog the 'lamp-ehlr- o haa won many frlende. for on tho market It competes favorably with the Tamworth and Yorkshire. 1 They say we are buggy, and we are when it, comes to us selling the best one you ever saw for the price. Give us a trial. Oik"-hal- TO THE TOBACCO GROWERS I of Garrard and Adjoining Counties. i But tho sows ate the hay ravenously, largely so, we think, because It was furnishing an element they so much niedcd In meeting tho demands of their unborn progeny. To the surprise of nil they kept up In tlesli and. Indeed, mnde During the coldest or some gain. weather they were given an ear of corn nlece to help furnish Isidlly heat. When farrowing time cuuie the nine sows hud elghty-thrpigs, with not a weakling or tltiiinn tiuiong them. All lived but three, which were killed by the mothers lying iixn them. We fattened und sold the eighty pigs. There wns a vigor about them from birth up that told how well they had been Hour tidied while tho mother was carrying them. Slucv that time we have fol lowed this practice every winter with our brood sows and hnvo seen no ren son for discontinuing It. There Is something about nlfalfa thut Is u great body e Becker, Ballard & Co. BRYANTSVILLE, Ky. We Write Anv Kind of INRURANCE Office at National Bank. BEAZLEY & COLLIER Office over The National Hank of Lancaster, Ky, Phone 27. 12-- 1 lillttllo S-- H-2- have sold over our floors thus far over three quarters million pounds the new crop burley and while we have received the extreme prices for separate baskets, we every reason better general average than we had last year, we unifem throughout the entire season. that our prices will THE NATIONAL BANK 0f.- -3 s,pjoipDqx aumuja 3ih uo jssu 'Xcpo aSopcd e J3Q 'SJD0. Oi, J3AO JOJ 'S3MOq OF LANCASTER. pue ipcuiois 'jjaji aqj jo sa;i -- JCii3ojj auEnSsj uasq scq icqi 'aupipoiu j.ia oiqi'ptoA 3MBtilB3 'CJ3U33 -- Capital $50,000 A. It JSuPus $30,000. I'res't. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. I Cll.t., llooV.-Keve- r. JENiiY, President. J. It. T E. STOHMES, Vice BS mSnBJfJ IUB 13BIH S.P,0P31U,)'UBUJ SB 3A Jmuuv, Aus't Cashier. J. XUB SB Xl'p-O- ) pUB 'JDJlsq )03 i 'osudjns Xui o pue Safety Deposit WE SOLICIT Boxes YOUU For Rent. - iHonvua BUSINESS. Alex It. Denny, J. II. Posey, Samual D. Cochran, J. E. Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott.' Directors. p3JjXBUy 'IB 8 (iom -- REMEMBER I We can serve as your Atlministrntor.Guartliun.Trustee und ou pinoD i 'uodtuns U03 peu, pBf Xiqyjji SJCiJOp 3UJ, 33i 0U )33 pinoa pus '3qnoj 19 "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, ligl lAi ifliM, p3J3ni iOUBUJ33JS 3A3 save you money and worry. Your Will, Insurance Policy, or Stock Certifimis- tBX3X'3!AU011B( Mortgage, Notes, Stock Inventory, Bonds Vf manwa-ian- S3 a JM M'p3Sn oupipsui punoj-- jsaq aiu s cates, when lost or destroyed, causes endless trouble, our Safe Deposit '.P'oipam.! ery und legal expense. Put vour valuable papers in one of Boxes und you will never have to worry. I The Madison Tobacco Warehouse Go. I II3M mon The Garrard Bank & Trust Company The Central Record, Wed, Dec 24, 9 3. 1 1 Page 3 i i Obelisk Flour Good Bread If 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 You Employ the First You Are Always Sure Of The Second. EVERYBODY who once uses OBELISK FLOUR speaks loudly In Its praise as being the best they ever used, It contains nothing but the kernels of selected wheat ground under conditions of perfect cleanliness. LOOK AROUND, and you will see that the dark shadow or dyspepsia never rests In the HOME where OBELISK flour is used, it Is so wholesome, so nutritious, so digestible, that people who cannot eat ordinary bread, can eat with impunity, pie or cake baked with OBELISK Flour. among pure white wholesome, and healthful flours, and on It Hives food for thought in the fact that the demand for this Hour is increasing rapidly, as only the best wheat grown is used in milling it, thus causing it to stand coupons in each package, they are valuable. We carry a full supply of high grade Coals, Cotton Seed that account we are enabled to sell you such a high grade Flour as the OBELISK at such a reasonable price. Look for and save the Meal, Salt in sacks and barrels and builders material. Pure "Hermitage" Cannel Coal at 15c per bushel during December. Come while it lasts. We solicit a share of your patronage and give prompt service to those favoring us. pre-emine-nt I h TELEPHONE 26. C. STONE, HUDSON J. M. GENTItY, LUTIIEK STIVERS, Sales Manager, it. L. liAKEK, Secretary nnd Treasurer. t. & 1 HUGHES. HOW ONION SMUT IS SPREAD Disease Is Conveyed From Field to Field on Farm Implement One Remedy by Growers. i LANCASTER, KY. g President. Lexington Tobacco Warehouse 60. INCORPORATED. AUCTIONEERS: O. II. BAKER and G. H. AKERS. L( The Womans Club led Ily The Womiui Club, fata.; K.I I SaW' I bjj fbBaaW Luther Stivers. John and Clyde Buckley, Leslie Knight. J. C. Stone. Morgan Gentry and D. W. Scott Boosters for the following houses. Warehouses. Stivers Lexington Shelburne Central Growers Managers. Luther Stivers and Gayle Coleman. John L. and Clyde Buckley. J. C. Stone and J. Leslie Knight. D.W. Scott, R. L. Baker and Henry S.Walker J. Morgan Gentry. We 6an Save You Time and Money. The five houses of the Lexingtou Tobacco Warehouse Company. (Inc.) have saved their customers lf of their selling charges on their tobacco. the past week about The Lexington market sold last week. 3,104,935 pounds at a general average of $12.42 per hundred per nunurcu pounds, oi mis amount at a general average oi pounds, uur live nouses sow i.uia.-wponda. making a net gain for our customers of 18 cents per hundred pounds. This proves to the tobacco raisers what it means for them to let experienced tobacco men sell their tobacco for them. one-ha- nou The following crops will give you an idea of iorae of the averages made the past week; Reeves & McCoy, Garrard County 3580 lb. Average $16.48. Hager and Stephens, Garrard County, 1910 lbs Average $15.23, Onatott & Simpson, Garrard County, 4700 lbs Average $16.90. Yarrington & Scyther, Fayette County. 1915 lbs Average $18.75, W. D. Watts & Adams, Fayette County, 4250 lbs Average $16.47. Showalter & llutk, Scott County, 8515lbs, Average $17.31. The highest basket bringing $27.00. The mtrket closed for the holidays on FriJay December 19th. and will open again on Monday December 29th, and we expect heavier ile f nm now on. All of our houses are open overy day, both day and night, ready to receive your tibacco. It means just as much to us as it does to you to get you high prices for your tobacco, for we want to aend you home a satisfied customer, tiring vour tobacco in during Christmas week, so you can have it on sale the opening day. Should you want any further information call us over the Phone Lexington No. 964. JAMES C. STONE. President. I'llM Mis I.ICh. gut'Ht of Uesaie White, is the and Mrs. her mother. relatives in London. Mrs. W. D. Hammock spent last Thursday in Lexington. Miss Allie Hendren was the weekend guest of Mrs. Hurdette Itamsey. Mr. Henry Itiddleberger mode business trip to Kwing Ky., last week. Misses Alma and Mary Lear have been the guest of friends in I.ouisville. Mrs. Walker Guyn and little daughter, Nancy were in Richmond, last Mr. Jones are visiting Christmas All Year. A spirit of generosity pervades the Yuletide atmosphere. It is known and practiced at no other season of the year as at Christmas. It is felt in every city, in every town, in tvery village, in the entire country. People are prone to be more thoughtful. Men manifest desires to spread good cheer; women weave little acts of love, kindness and devotion into Christmas good will; children cherish their companions and fortunes. Per sons unconsciously instill into each other a desire to distribute happiness overywhere. It all comes on the wings of that indefinable thing understood by few, but referred to by many as the Christmas spirit. It is invisible, but can be seen; it is not material, but can be felt. It comes every Christmas, but too often leaves to return perhaps next year, when the real holi day spirit again is felt. Whv does this fellowship of love and good will depart from the souls of so many persons on the wings of timeT Whv does not the same spirit remain in the atmosphere after men again as sume their routine of work and women become normal after their Christmas cares and worries? Would it not be a good thing if this same Christmas spirit could continue throughout the twelve months of the yeatT Would it not be a good thing for mankind if all stopped to think of others as they do during the Yuletide aeason, if all endeavored to fill the lives of their friends, acquaintances and the less fortunate with good cheer and happiness throughout winter and summer, spring and autumn? Try thia for next year. Make it one of your resolutions, and if one resolve to do all in his power to make others happy throughout the entire twelve months no other resolution will be necessary to assure one of happiness. After all is said and done the only real happiness is derived from making others happy. HIIKNA VISTA Ud During the last fire years this dis ease has spread rapidly, the smut probably being conveyed from field to field upon farm ImpleaBeota and with manure containing smutted onion refuse, as discarded onions are usually de posited upon manure piles. In some sections the losses resulting from this fungus have been bo great that the growers. In some cases, no longer find the' crop profltabl. The severity of tfce disease In dif ferent localities) la variable. It ap pears at first In Isolated spots here and there In a field, and from these spreads In all direction until the whole piece become affected, and the cultivation of onions upon It has to be discontinued. Short rotations do not materially diminish the amount of smut; In a particular field badly w- - 1 ! Iflour. I I & V Glen , ; ti S I Why Pure? S Why Clean? Because the Wheat is first screened, then washed and scoured. Because everything impure is removed by our new process of cleaning. Why Sanitary? Smutted Onion. smutted th order of planting had been clover for two years, corn ooe year. A rotation will not, from the experience of growers, eliminate th dtsea. It appears reasonably certain that the disease I not generally spread by the seed. It may, however, occasionally be Introduce with seed from an Infected locality.' It la also certain that the smut la spread with plows, weedera, harrows, rake and hoe, by spores clinging with infected earth to the Implement. When oll la known to be affected one pound of 40 per cent, formalde gallons of water should hyde to be applied with a drip attachment on a seed drift at the rate of 600 to 700 gallons of solution per acre. This Ova-ye- ar 25-3- 3 TWmise under hldh Vacluum Dressure to extract all dust and dirt under which the Wheat goes, renders it so. 5 Why Wholesome? Kernel. Because everything is separated from the pure nutritious part of the Wheat After expending several hundred dollars and months of hard work, we now announce with pride the above results. TRY A SACK. GARRARD MILLlNCi CO. hap been used with success by sev- 11 Our line of eral large growers. In one instance the treated part of a field yielded over Mr. Tracy of Missouri, is visiting .100 bushels per acre, while the untreated plot yielded only about 100 Mrs. H. A. Tracy. bushels of Inferior onion to the acre. Mr. Wilbur Scott spent the week's end in Louisville. Miss Nannie Lethers. of Faulkner is the guest of her sister, Mrs. W. H. Duncan. Mrs. J. K. Scott and Miss Alyce Mabel Scott, were ahoppers.in Danville Glimpse Into the Future. He was a young man a candidate Saturday. Mr. W. O. Mays of Richmond, spent lust Wednesday, with his mother Mrs. N. Mays Mrs. Arthur liottner and son Harold are spending several days with her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Hurchell. Mis. railed to Itobert Guyn w Jessamine last week by the serious illness of her sister Miss Margaret liennick. There will be a Christmas entertain, ment given by the little onoa of Misses Hendren and Tinders room on wcu nesday A. M. at 10 o'clock. CHRISTMAS is now open. GOODS. FAULTY DIGESTION. .L- I- C..ll. TL. N.rvant KltlfBl buKdiate Acuei Necessary Try Nht-u- . Whn vou feel Irritable, tired and r . you have nervous deipandent-wh- en twitchlngs, apecka before the-- eyes, Please call and va- - headaches, sour stomach, heartburn, indigeatlon and pains In the colon and bowela-y- ou Buffer from Indigestion, which soon develops into dyspepsia-t- he chief cause of nerve exhaustion you need a Mi-o-- inspect. It shows the usual Saturday. Mrs. Walter Fain and children are with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Folyer of Somerset. Rev. (lodbev of Nicholasville deliver ed an excellent sermon at Hrown'a Chapel Sunday. Misses Cecil and Ada Walton, of W. Harbourville. are guests of J. Atkins and family. Miss Geniveve Williams has gone to It will come." Louisville to be with relatives for Christmas holidays. Mr. Tom Scott is spending a few days of this week with his friend, Mr. Smith Perkins, in Hurgin. Prof. T. W. Skinner of E. K. S. N. spent the week's end with his parents Mr. and Mra. Albert bklnner. It. I). McMurtrv. A. D. Scott and L. H. Ruble members of the Board of Trustees of the Graded and High School made a business trip to Lancas Should be for an agricultural constltuency-an- d ho was sketching in glowing color ta the audience of rural voters the happy life the laborer would lead under an administration for the propagation of sweetness and light. "We have not yet three acres and a cow, but it will come. Old ago pensions are still of the future, but they will come. Sim' llarly every Item of his comprehensive program waa Indorsed by the same cry. Then be went on to talk of prison re forms. "I have not yet personally. ho said, "been Inside a criminal luThen there was a natic asylum." voice from the back of tho hall: "Out When Your Blood is Right Your Whole System is Right. TODAY If You Have any Blood or skin Disease Do Not Delay until it is too late but Order The Hot Springs Remedy a Complete and Positive Remedy for SYPHILIS. ECZEMA, ERYSIPELAS, ACNE, MALARIA, RHEUMATISM, Personal Stationery Hot Springs Physicians pronounce this the Greatest Blood and Skin Remedy ever placed on the Market. hi ail ether Ferns of BUd and Siii Diseases. ter Monday. Engraved or nowadays. Embossed Pull Course Treatment-S- ix Bottles--- ? 18.00 but a not a cure-alscientific remedy that surely endsstom-ac- h misery. It builds up and strengthens the stomach walls and glands, quickly the digestive system. Then the vital force and nerve energy is restored, imparting strength and good spirits to the discouraged, and down and weak. n not suffer another day. Get a a Tablets at fifty cent box of It. L McHoberta & Son. Is l, at once. rity and quanity and our prices are most reasonable. R. E. McRoberts & Son. Ky. Singles Bottle-$5.- 00 $m Reward, SIM Th. readers of this DIDer will wer is at mh " S leased to learn mat science h" reeded disease that It reflects good taste and at once creates a favorable impression. We Prepare a Remedy for Every Disease LANCASTER, able to cure In all Its stages, and that Is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure U the only positive cur now known lojt" rof'"' fraternity. Catarrh betas' l""!!?' disease, requires a ,,"u,.,u".Vi,. ?' Catarrh Cure upon the blood actTal directly and mucous surfaces of the system, there- III by Ceatroyin- - me luuuusuuu by enath ui' eiee. and ilairlnaw mien"nmnrlatora w er II Ml ll rH in uvih In have so much faith One Us curative ppw-er- a Hundred they offer Ut case that It falls to cure.Dollar; Send ny for tot Hit of testimonial. r. J. CIIENET Ares:all Druislete,Tlc. CO.. Toledo. O. old b eoaetlpatlea. Take Hell's really Mile thW' Suppose you come and see the many beautiful samples we have and get our prices. Our Treatment for Female Ills is the Greatest of its Kind Ever Offered Suffering Women. , Write us your Troubles. All Correspondence Strlckly Private THE Central Record. 803 Hot Springs Medicine Company, Central Avenue, Hot springs, Ark. 2 1-- tr J. Page 4 u- - ) The Central Record, Wed, Dec 24, 9 3. 1 1 HOLIDAY r CLOTHES $18.00 Now Is the Time to Wear Them. $22.50 and $20.00 SUITS NOW and $15.00 SUITS Let Us Fit You For Christmas NOW $15. 75 House Of Quality. - $11. 75 Jas. W. Smith, them.J We hope that the coming year mny be one of unprecedented prosperity with each and every one of you, and we stand ready and willing to assist in any way possible in furthering the interests of the cunty and of every one of its citizens. I- - . ' Lancaster, Ky. - - '" ' " ' the Post. '. Rates For Political Announcements-Fo- r To' all persons responsible for that Precinct and Citv Offices ...S 6.00 dispatch, if it really was a dispatch 10.00 from anywhere, except from s"or County Offices the pen For State and District Offices.... 15.00 of a reporter in the office of the Post 10 in For Calls, per line Louisville, "we demand that you 10 come out from under cover and For Cards, per line let us For all publications in the intertake a look at vou and hear your name. est of individuals or expresThe public would like to know you. sion of individual views, per ' During our civil war, those persons 10 who shot at the enemy from line.... ambush 05 and then sneaked and Obituaries, per line skulked away under cover were called Bushwhackers. Such individuals were the most de Political 'Bushwhacking. spised of all who had any part in the '' "'' bloody conflict and were held in cont' The Louisville Evening Post publishtempt by both'sides. ed an article in Thursdays paper purAll who were caught in such nefar- porting to be a 'Special' message from Ky. in eous business were punished by death its correspondent at Danville, without trial or benefit of the clergy. which the names of a number of promThat bastard article in Governor s inent public officials holding district political organ, the Louisville in the state, and several candioffices dates for democratic nominations were Post, that no person has the courage to own, is political bushwhacking of freely handled. Included among the number were the most contemptible sort, and we the names of Circuit Judge, Charles A. submit to the public whether such Hardin, Hon. Henry Jackson, county methods will find favor with the right attorney of Boyle county, Congress- thinking and highminded democrats of man Harve Helm, Congressman A. O. Kentucky. We do not believe that the cause of any candidate for office Stanley and Governor Beckham, will grow in popularity through such for the Senate- - All sorts of political conniving and scheming is contemptible methods even though the suggested, And the name of the editor candidate himself be not personally . of the Record is connected in a way is responsible for it. represents hirn to be a real . party to We now request the Louisville Post, the leader of Governor Beckham's , 'deep laid plans'. fight for the Senate, without' recountWhen the article came to our attening your political irregularities in the tion Friday mbrning .we immediately managing editor of the Post. past, since you are now claiming to be called the Mr. Boyle, by telephone a'ntf inquired democratic and would like to influence the name of the author and the cor- democrats to accept your candidate We for their nominee, to come up and be a respondent responsible for it. were informed that although the mes- man. Come and make known the name sage was headed from Danville, of the one who sent that 'Special from sent from Danville,' though the author himself is that neither was Danville nor was it from the regular either ashamed or afraid to own it. correspondent of the Post at that place, who is Mr. Owen Mclntiru, but that The Yuletide is again upon us, the he had just had a talk over the phone with the author of the ( article ' who Christmas season is here, and to each would not consent tor ills name to be and every friend and patron of the known, and for that reason Mr. Boyle Itecord we extend the compliments of declined to give out tht! author of this the season. We hope that each and "Special from DanvilleUo the Post". every one of you may have a joyous We were not surprised when no one Christmas and that the New Year may We now be a nanny and prosperous one for vou. would own such an article. feel that the simple announcement to The year now rapidly drawing to. a the public that no person can be found close has been to the Record a year of who has the temerity to be culled the preparation, nrermrinir for vou. in or- author of this Dispatch is in itself suf- der that during the coming year we ficient to convince every one who may moy be ubie to otter vou a brighter, retd it that its purpose is deception, better Record than ever before. And and that some where in it there is with this end in view, many things lurking untruth, and that no fair mind- have hud to be accomplished, wo have ed or truth seeking reader will he in- been busily engaged in prepuring a fluenced by the statements contained new home, installing new machinery in it. und doing various and sundry things Whsn gossip goes flying through a which are calculated to materiitllv nn. community assailing character without sist us in furthering the plans which a living person to vouch for its truth we nuve mapped out for the future, every sensible person who hears it and by which our friends and natrons pronounces it slander immediately. shall benefit. Likewise, when such "stuff" as conOur undertaking is almost completed tained in this'Dispatch from Danville,' and early in the new vear we exnect tn yet not from Danville, is passed around be installed in our new quarters, where to the public by designing newspapers we hope in the course of the year to without a tractable uuthor, the public, huve as u visitor, every one of our Beck-hames we think, can reasonably conclude that it is the worst sort of libel. No truthful person will knowingly incorporated. $1.00 a year. circulate slander, nor will any newsIssued Weekly. paper worthy of the confidence of the reading public purposely or with reckJ. E. ROBINSON. Editor. less indifference circulate libel. The whole purpose of the article was R. L. ELKIN, Business Manager. evidently to predjudicc the minds of Entered at the l'oit omte In Uiroater, Ky., any reader of it in favor of Governor Second-Cun- t Mail Matter. Beckham's candidacy for the Senate Stanley. Member Kentucky Press Association and against "Congressman And it seems appetizing to some of and of Beckham's friends in this section, Eighth District Publishers League. at least his chief lieutenant, the editor of the Interior Journal, Mr. Saufley has the article reproduced on the first Lancaster, Ky., December 24, 1913. page of his paper in the first column, ere. the ink is dry on that edition of The Central Record present subscribers, nnd just as ninny inti nation connected with the We shall be glad to dacy of Mr. Stanley for the senate, and more as possible. see you nlways, and will take pleasure give the evidence upon which he mnkes in having you with us and shall be the charge. Instend of complying he glad to have you inspect our new plant, gave the public that fake 'Dispatch to which you will confess is one of the the Iouivillc Post' on the first page in cen- and in the first column of Fridays Inmost complete and terior Journal. tral Kentucky. By the way, Mr. SaufVy did you We have no apologies to ofifer for our efforts in the past, we have done send that article to the Post? Are you our very best with the means at our in any way responsible for it being hands, and it gives us great pleasure 8nt? Do you know who aunt it or to know that our efToits have not been from what place it was sent? Did you in vain, that our subscribers are sat- know any thing about the article you saw it in the Post? isfied with what we have been nble to accomplish, and wa know that our future offerings will prove acceptable to When the author of the 'Special to te-fo- On The War Together. Civil Service Examinations To Be Held In "Evtrywoman" Kentucky Early In The New At Lexington "" Opera House Another Georgia town has voted in favor of saloons. If wo nre going to stand for our women folks wearing shadow skirts nnd slit skirts nnd transparent skirts nnd our younger women learning to danco the tango, the bunny hug, the bear dance, the half center, the buzzard flop end the puppy huddle, ami so on down the line, then the men folk might as well have their saloons and the whole push go to hell together. -- Pineville, Ga.. Herald. Home Talent Play A Success. Those who have rot had the g d fortune to witness a performance f t ie Post From Danville' is smoked out and forced to claim his own, when we learn his name and the name of his conspirators, if it appears that he has nny, we will copy the article in the Record and make such comments as we may deem the article nnd the party or parties worthy. Promising Yonng Fanrerj. The Interior Journal, prints on the first page of the paper that 'Special Dispatch to the Post from Danville,' evidently desiring to draw it specially to the attention of its readers. Does the editor stand sponsor for the truth of the articles. He claims to publish a paper with the largest circulation of any country journal in the state. Does he consider it in keeping with a good democrat or an honorable journalist to publish a "live political story" full of untruth, reflecting upon the political! conduct of prominent democratic officials? Did he make any inquiry for the truth concerning the statements in this article before he sent it to his hundreds of readers, if so of whom did he inquire? Or does he take politics as a game, the whole purpose of which is the spoils of office? . A game in which th$ end, with him, justifies the means, 'whether the means be to spread tr.uth and falsehood alike without discriminating for his readers concerning any, Witb'theonly thought that it may all help his man .and bring success to his plans? Jeff and Charlie Conn, aged eleven and thirteen years respectively, and sons of Mr. John A. Conn are industrious young tobacco raisers and made quite a little sum from the weed this season. They cultivated and marketed j of an acre that realized them the neat sum of $110. on the Danville market. Ky. Red Berkshire Association. The Kentucky Red Berkshire Swine Association are out in a neat prospectus it setting forth the virtues of this particular breed of swine. It numbers among its stockholders many Garrard county people and among the Board of Directors are Messrs Luther Gibbs., A. K. Walker and J. G. Burnside, .the latter named gentleman being the president of the association. The following bit of history is on the third page of the cover of the pamphlet and will prove of interest to the people of Garrard county. "As far bock as 1830, John Walker and Hilery Gibbs, ef Garrard county, Kentucky, drove fat hogs to the southWe observe the Louisville Post jus- ern market for some fifteen ur twenty tifying the publication of the Author-les- s years successively. Dispatch in a statement that it In making these trips, as far as South came as news from a responsible source Carolina and Georgia noticeable fact and that they had recieved no denial was the advantage the red hog of the statements contained therein had over any other breeks in traveling. from any person named. Since we At the end of the trip the red hog was have not been in the journalistic har- in better condition from the point of ness very long we would like to in- retaining flesh und with the case with quire of the Post whether it is gener- which they had traveled, und condition ally considered ethical journalism to generally. Another point wus, they to publish news as coming from one were more udmircd on the trip than community when it was known at the uny others. Some years later, when time by the publisher to have been sent these gentlemen begun funning, they and originated in another community. conceived tho idea of developing a pure And didn't, in this instance, you do breed of red hogs. About the year this for the premeditated purpose of 1850 they began to select theirchoicest deceiving your readers? Would u re- red gilts and cross them on the best liable correspondent be guilty of such red boars obtainable. Other neighbors nn act of deception. Now, if the Post namely: Jack Burnside, William Fer-rb- ll will give the name of the writer of and several Madison county men, that urticle to the public it might be ' realizing the superiority of these hogs unnecessary for any person to dignify 'joined in witli them, und, by judicious it with any sort of notice. The peo- muting, huve continued to improve ple of this section of Kentucky may them to the present day. About this have a different estimate of the re- time winter packing came into prom liability of this special correspondent inence, and experienced buyers und of the Post, than has thu Managing shippers would pay from 25c to 50c Editor of the Post himself. per hundred more for the red hog thuti His character and reputation may be for any others, claiming they would so well known in the Eighth Congres- dress out u lurger percentuge of high sional District that although, this article priced meat than any other hog in exbe scintillating with untruth the men- - istence. Meeting with so much entionof the writer's name muy render couragement and success, the descenit unnecessary for any person mention- dants of these older men, having kept ed in tho urticle to give uny notice to their breeding pure, have deemed it it in order that he public may com- advisable to form the Kentucky Red pletely disregard the storv. Berkshire Association, believing it will continue to further thu interest of We uaked the editor of the Interior swine breeding throughout the United Journal to name that Trust he has by Stutes." The Home Talent play, gotten up by Miss Myrtle Mae Critchfield, und under the auspices of the Bnpeist Ladies Aid society was a success both financially and from an entertaining standpoint. The Japanese chdrus of forty little girls, The tableau of faries and butterflies. The Mexican drill and chorus, The Indian drill and chorus. The singing of, Bradley Bourne, as Indian Chief, and "of Miss Lillian Cochran, as the Indian Maiden, were well executed and brought forth much applause from the audience. The comedy, Snap Shots, proved quite amusing and well deserv ed the applause it received from the large crowd present. In this play Dr. W, A. Wheeler made his initial bow before a Lancaster audience and seemed quite at ease as the official photographer. He was ably assisted by Miss Willie Wilkerson and Billy Miller, who makes an ideal office boy. The entire caste was well executed and deserve much credit for the work that was so well done. The Opera house was crowded nnd about $jjf. was realized from the per- formance. Wagers-Wilson. After a somewhat romantic courtship of ten years, the wedding of Nettie Park Wagers nnd William Joseph Wilson was quietly solemnized at the home of the bride 667 west main street Richmond, Kentucky, Thursday afternoon December 18th. Due to the illness of the bride's grandmother only the immediate relatives of the young Walter Brown's dramatic prctcc "Kverywoman", will be pleased u Following is a list of places where know that Henry W. Savage will otfir Civil Set vice Examinations for Fourth the unusual play at the LeXlngtor Class Postmasters in Kentucky ure to 0eru House Jan. with Matinee he held early in the New Year, togeth- Jan. 1st, nnd 2nd. er with other information which may Iti extraordinary success in America be of value to prospective applicants;- - hus been supplimentcd by u triumph in Democrats who seek to hold fourth-clas- s five foreign countries where it is now offices, paying from $180 tu Jl.lwO being played. Mr. Snvage consider a year and now held by Republicans, "Kverywoman" his gnat cut triumph should secure application blanks from as a producer nnd upon it he bus lavtheir home ;ostmntcr, from the Civil ished a good'Sized fortune. Service Commission, Washington, D. "Kverywoman" alfords ideal enterC, er from the Secretary of the Civil tainment while nt the same time it Service Commission, at Cincinnati, O., leaches a lesson needful and salutary. till out these blanks and become eligible Many people who seldom go to the for the examinations. Then they muy theatre are attracted by "Every-womanpresent themselves at one of the places It belongs to the same class named below on the date when nn ex- of entertainment a "The Blue Bird", and as ti production it is even more amination is scheduled at the in that town. An applicant who is rluboratv than Ben Hur. The dramatic ensembles of "Every-woman- " a patron of u fourth-clas- s office in include over one hundred und county may take his examination in Ashland on Februaiy 14 if he fifty people. There is in addition a chooses, instead of in Paducah, on the sjwcial spmphony orchestra to render same date, but he can only take an thfc impressive score which wns written examination fur ostmaster of his home by George Whitetield Clindwick. Dean office, and not for anv in the territory of tho New England Conservatory of Music, of Boston. contiguous to Ashland. "Everywomnn" tells a tale of the None of the examinations scheduled below is for offices paying less than universal exerience of woman and it finds a ready response in the mind and $180 a year. The list follows: February 7 - llardwell, Brandenburg, heart of every woman. It searched Brooksville, Campton, Edmonton, Fal- deep into the soul and as Elbert Mil. mouth. Flemingsburg, Grecnsburg, bard has said of it: "In 'Evervwomnn Hardinsburg, Hartford, Liberty, Man- you ure sitting in the grandstand Owingsville, watching younelf go bv." chester, Morgnnfield, The cast is an excellent one, Mr. Princeton, Salyersville, Versailles Savage striving to sustain the reputaWhitley City and Williamstown. tion he hns achieved ns the sponsor of February 9 Bardstown, Elizabeth-towGrayson. Jamestown andSanders. notable attractions. The title role Is February Montieello. played bv Thuia M Morehead. Shepherdsville and Sulphur. most forceful young dramatic actress-(e- s in America. She wears some exFebruary Lagrange. quisite gowns in the role which wen. Loveland and Munfordville. February 12- - Albany, Mammoth Cave designed expressly for her by Madame Winr.ermann, in Paris. and West Liberty. February 13 Stnhton. February 1- 4- Ashland, BowlingGreen HIGH PRICES. Catlettsburg. Covington, Cynthiunn, Danville, Frankfort, Fulton, George-tow- REALIZED AT BIG BURLEY. HOUSE Glasgow, Harrodsburg. HenderYear. ". (Mist-offic- e son, Hopkinsville, Lebanon, Lexington, couple were present. Rev. E. B. BarnIx)iidon. Louisville. Madisonville, Mares, of Richmond, officiated. Mayfield, Middlesboro. Ml Ster-linTo the pealing strains of the wed- ion. Newport, Owensboro, Paducah, ding march, Mendlesohns, the blushing Paris, Richmond, Russellville, Shelby-villbride and groom mHrched slowly down Somerset and Winchester. AIjo the stairs nnd stopped beneath the at Cairo. Ill, Cincinnati, O. Gallatin, arch-wabetween the parlor and hall- Tenn, Ironton O, Jellico Tenn, way, where they were joined in happy Ind, Madison. Ind, nnd wedlock, the wedding march was most Williamson W. Va. creditably rendered by Miss Elizabeth February 1G Beattyville und Puints-villWagers, cousin of the bride. y LEXINGTON. ' e, e. The bride was beautifully gowned in February 17 Booneville and Pres. a cloth suit of blue, with hat to match. tonsburg. The parlor was handsomely decorated Februurv with palms and ferns. Februury 11) Jackson. Immediately after the wedding the Februury 20 Benton, Livingston young couple left for the home of the und Wurtield. groom's parents who reside near Paint Februurv 21 Ilnzurd, Louisa, Lick in Garrard county, after a short Morgantown, Murruy, Tompkins-ville- , stay there they will go to und Vnnceburg. at Kirksville, Kv., where the February 23 Hindman. groom is employed in the mercantile February 2- 5- Whiteshurg. firm of J. & C. 1'. Wagers. After the examinations ure held the The charming und attractive hrido is names of the three making the highest the eldest daughter of Jonah P. Wa- uverugo will be certified to the Post-offigers, a well known business man of Department und u choice he made Richmond. The groom is the oldest from those on recommendation of thu son of George M. Wilson, u prominent Democratic Congressman from the discounty; alsougrund-so- n trict, or, farmer of Garrurd if it be u Republican district, of Capt. John Wilson, of tho ru the recommendation of the DemoEighth Ky, Infantry, who raised the cratic United Stutes Senator. There flag on Lookout mountain after the ure about WO fourth clans ulllces to be battle above the clouds. filled. young couple has been beautiThe For Rent. remembered by their many fully Bargain litre. Five room cottago with bath, sink in friends und relatives. Ve all join in To close out our partnership, we will kitchen, electric lighis, und all necesstheir happiness und wish them unBig gurden una lot. limited success and prosperity in the sell ut u bargain, GO acres of lund, two ary out buildings. Can give possession at once. fields that thu future may unfurl to miles from Luncaster. Herndon & Walker R. T. Embry. them. Mc-Ke- e, house-keeping e Big Hurley has hnd a very successful season up to the Christmas lloli. days. It has had more than its part of the increase in the amount of tobacco that has been sold over the Lexington market. We have sold severul crops that nvernged uround eighteen Cents, hut these were better than the average crops. The average of nil the tobacco sold on the Lexington market is $12.32. This uverngc docs not represent the price of mi average crop, us a great many farmers have been selling their low grades and damaged tobacco, these grades were esecially high. A good average crop would sell for about $13.50. The last week before the Holidays, bright, colory were $1.50 higher than they hud been up to that time. We believe now is a good tune to sell nil grudes. We appreciate the business we huve hud in the past und ure anxious to serve you in the future. Our house is open duy and night to receive tobacco. Come to see u before you decide where to sell. V'e can olfer you everything any other "rV-s'V can "and then some." J. D. Clark, Mnnager. prop-ortionu- te the HOME TOBACCO WAREHOUSE RICHMOND,. .KENTUCKY. X4XXX4S84Jm4X44t?X44l m The Largest and Most Convenient. Automatic Scales. The Best Light. Entire Roof Slopes To South. Best Stall For Your Horses. Highest Prices and Courteous Treatment Assured. 1HinrirWimwrtiWrT)l'WWr)tlWgWi iff !he Central Re kV olrtl, Wed, Dec 24, 1913. ... Page 5 . f Hi Useful The Store Of The Christmas Spirit. Holiday Gifts Never Grow' Old The Store of The Christmas Spirit. up-to-d- ate I I V CHRISTMAS 1913 is jjofnt down in history ns n tribute to the long hendedness of American Men nnd Women. will be mostly of prncticnl sort. Gifts this yenr. ns never This store suggests nt every turn, whnt folks want most. Things they would buy for themselves If yon want your grfts tojbe genuinely npprecintcd, come to this store nnd lenrn whnt delightful, appropriate things we have. Furs, Beautiful Dress Patterns, Handkerchiefs Elegant Hosiery, Gloves, Mesh 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. $ 1 : I I I I I The SEE OUR Joseph j Mercantile ; Company. from home, nnd are spending the days with tne home folks. holi- i I IT IN THIS COLUMN, The Store Where You Can Find What You Want at a Price You Want to Pay. Gossip About j j the Christmas holidays in Livingston with theft daughter Mrs. Fred Neighbors. Miss Mary Lynn Fox, was here with Lancaster, . i 1. . pun. 01 .me ... ween. luner . Christmas holidays with his mother, Mrs. A. C. Robinson. 0, 15 Nice and Sets 25 cent Counter, and ! Dan Collier Elkin, of Yale University, Mrs. Ann Robinson is in Paint Lick, with her sister Mrs. James Francis. of Stanford, is at home for the Holidays. c YOUUFIND D Water Electric I Lears S Tour Account Is Due money. Please coll and settle, we need the J. R. MOUNT, SON & CO. PI II m Bring your arc nil open now nn.l rcupy for ymr inspection. toylnntl. children mullet tliem view the wonders from FREE Doll-FR- EE Little Girls Who Want A Pretty that is to We have a beautiful $15.00 and $5.U0 Doll TOYS le jiiven to some little girl. Why not you? 11 11' our 1 r Come in and let us explain to you. R. f..'. S. 31 BROWN. IE 1 C DC .0((00.A6X28 When Women (0jg Si e POINT to the I HOUSEKEEPERS :! For made powders to alum made both who require powder tartar and are WHITE SWAN FLOUR as the best if all. they know whnt they are iilxmt. If there is one UlillfC 'r- - -" 1.1... i " liiiiiK intuitu rim our rfrocer to semi you a sack of the well, it is Hour. Tell If yon do not declare WHITE SWAN FLOUR next time, licsl ytm ever used you will he the lirst to whom the it the successfully appealed. WHITE SWAN FLOUR has not v- : . ; Lancaster Elevator & Flour Mills Your Litlle just loves to have everything prepared for your comfort when you come home from work or busi- ness. me lire in ine old slippers ruto all set, the easy chair, the comfortable thlnjl placed temptingly in front of the lire. Do the riKht you und see that there is plenty or COAL. Sure by im 1 her don't want us to Bend you a ton now? Lancaster Lumber & M'fg Co. Mr. nnd Mrs. Harry Elmore have Zimmer's fruit cake is unexcelled. rented rooms of Dr. T. J. Hood on 1 A Brief Mention of tht Comlnci md Maple treesfor sale. I. I. Thompson Mr. Charles Dotv, who is attending .Mrs. J. C. Euhanks of Stanford, Danville, street. I Oointi by Thoie Wt Art Interested In. C. U. left today for Lancaster to spend was with Lancaster friends Monday. Mrs. T. M. Wilson, of ' Bowling Fresh oysters always, at Currey's the holidays. Advocate. Miss Louise Slack will spend the Green, is here with her pare n to Mr. J. Everythinpfor; your black cake at Burnam T. West who is attending holidaysin Mrs. J. II. Sopor was a visitor in Winchesterwith her parents, R. Mount and Mrs. Mount. Ball's. St. Marys college at St. Marys Ky., is Mr and Mrs G A. McRoberts. of CovLexington, Saturday. Miss Mary Dalton, of Hamilton col-- i home for the holidays. Go to Zimmer's for your Christmas lege, is here for the Christmas holi- - ington, are with her parents Mr. and fruit and Miss Alice Dunn of I'nris is visiting candies. Misses Margaret and Julia Zanone days. Mrs. Joseph llurnside. friends and relatives liere. will go this week to Danville for a Miss Cecil Bowling of Madison Fe- Full line of hand painted china, at Norman Soper of Richmond is visit- H. Clay Kaufman was in Louihville visit to Mrs. J. M. Meyer. ing at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. ' male Institute is at home for the Currev's. this week on legal business. Miss Amiett Jennings ot New Mexi- Sopcr. Christmas holidays with her parents. open Kettle New Orleans mo- Mrs. Ella Ilettis is recovering fromn co, is here for a visit to her aunt. Mrs. Miss Allie Arnold a successful teach lasses, at Ball's. Mr. Oscar Farmer, of Lawrenceburp, severe attact cf erysipelas. Samuel Hnselden at Hryantsville tlnfl.. lfl nt hnmn aitoniltnrr fhriatmiw er in the D. & D. Institute .in Wilke's Mr. and Mrs. John Walker are in Mr. antl Mrs. Maurice, Ashley and holiday-t- i (barre Pennsylvania, will be at home Govel Organ for sale call Mrs C. " Callc--l Eminence, visiting Mrs. Samuel little daughter, of Richmond, are vis-- 1 for the holidays. i D.Powell. Mrs. J. Fleece Robinson left Tues- way. iting Mr. ami Mrs. L. J. Sanford. Miss Mamie Bastin, is at home from day to join her husband in Maron, Buy your Christmas fruit cake, of Miss Elizabeth Ford of Say re Insti-- , the Art school in Cincinnati, to spend Floyd Wright of Lexington came to Georgia. the tute, Lexington, is at home for Ml- ' till. ha VnfAtMn' iimVi hay IU..II. ..... Zimmer. holi-spend a portion of the Christmas U1I.IIUV .l.hll .11.. ' holidays. Mr. James Bourne is visiting his and Mrs. A. II. Bastin. days with his sister, Mrs. Carlton, All ingredients for fruit cake, at ... r 4:"-- . uttwit miD. j, lit Uioin) at &j.tiiK tun, j Mrs. Emma G. Kauff man and brother, i Currey's. Mrs. J. Hogan Ballard, is in Elkin. this week mother, Mrs. H visiting her 'Mr. G. S. Greanleaf left Wednesday j Mr. Joseph McCormick and family Messrs T. K. and J. A. Swope, of for a L. Elder. Wc have everything needed for your short visit to Mr. John Greenleaf of Hendcrsoisville N. C. ara spending Lexington will spend the holidays with j and daughter of Richmond. fruit cakes. Buy it of Currey. Miss Margaret Arnold of Madison the holidays with his mother Mrs. Sallii home folks. Female Institute, is at home for the McCormick. and little Mrs. Henry Simpson For your Christmas prea try Hersch's holidays. Dr. H. M. Grant, of Norfolk, will be daughter, Elizabeth Logan have been Lee n. Misses Margaret and Anna bulk mince meat at Ball's Grocery, . i. . i. i : r t ' uuiiuaja uii a Simpson s Mrs. George Hall and son Herndonof WnnlfnIL- ,,f I.Rv!ni.tnn. will HP(nm- in Lexington with Mrs. i I mother, Mrs. W. S. Henry. Charlotte N. C. came Sunday fora visit pany their parents to the South for . of two weeks. Strayed to my place,' a sow.. Owner to relatives. can have some by proving property winters sojourn. Mr. and Mrs. J U. Henry' and little Mr. and Mrs R. E. Hughes, of andjpaying charges. N. Miller. Lee Boyle, son of 'Squire R. Boyle, daughter, of Richmond are with the Louisville, will join their little daughRobert and Alex Mason of Madison, Misses Prather. Margaret Elkin Hughes, here 'and ter, were recent guests of their sister Miss who has been in the U. S. Army for a Garrard County teachers; get your number of years, is here for a visit to .Mabel Mason. Miss Pearl Scbastain of Richmond, spend the holidays with relatives. Christmas fruit and candies for the home folks. the is visiting her cousins. Misses Bessie Dr. Chas. Zimmer arrived this week children, at Currey's. Mrs. Jesse H. Arnold of Frankfort from Pomeroy, O. and joined his wife Judge and Mrs. Lewis Walker, and Eunice Prather. is hero with hermotherMrs. EllaHettls holiday visit to his parents, Mr. ' Just received our Christmas line of Masters Chas Walker, ar.d Walker who has been ill. Miss Tommie West of Speedwell, for a Robinson and Miss Epping were in Cin- Ky., will be with her uncle Mr. Alex and Mrs. R. Zimmer at the Kengarlan. china, the prettiest and the nicest line we ever sold for the money, come in Miss Jennie Dickerson has returned cinnati last week. Miss West for the holidays. . riessio Gulley entertuined at a and W. B. Ball. let us show you. to her home in Richmond after a visit handsome Christmas eve dinner in Mr and Mrs. Robert J. Walker arto the Misses Iirown. Miss Edna Berkele of Hamilton Col- honor of Miss Fannie Mae Miles of rived last Friday from Fayetteville, We have traded for 2 cars of crood lege will be with Mrs. Rozella Dunn Louisville, and Miss Myrtle Hendren of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Holtzclaw and Tenn., and will remain with relatives straiKnt lumber Bni not beinK in the during the holiday season. , KirKsviue. son, Clyde were in Louisville, this during the holidays. business will tell in quantity's at a low week for a short stay. Mrs. Anne Doty and son James, of Mrs. Ada B. Kinnaird, and Miss An- - price, Jacob Y. Robinson, has returned Garrard Milling Co. Mr. add Mrs. J. B. Bourne will spend from Butler Georgia, to spend the Millersburg, will arrive for q visit to nell Tomlinson, were in Danville, Mbn- ' Mr. J. A. Doty and daughters. day, afternoon to witness the marriage . . ior ceremony that .united the destiny of, a ocom uome is greai proieci-oMrs. Ethel West Darnold, .will go to two. K....V iouis Herndon and Miss women and children, a good watch dog 0. & best stock drivers know.n. Pedigreed Newcastle, to spend, the Christmas' Mnrtrnnrit tvlnnnild pups for sale, ready to go, bargains. holidays with Mrs. Lester Ellis. Little Miss Judith James Daniels j n.oi-tf- . W. B. Mason, Jr. ' Miss Emma Hughes Hays of Stan- won the gold medal offered by her! ford was the guest for several days of teacher Miss Osee Dudderar at Beaz- A Bargain If Sold At Once. Mr. and Mrs. James A. Buazley. ley's school house. The bright little ,( 10 years old and has proven , desire to sell my property on Rich- Miss is only Mr. and Mrs. Charter F".' Denman of! an apt pupil she is by winning monU Avenue, with about j acres oi Nicholasvillo will be with Mr. and Mrs. what grpund. Will sell at a bargain, if sold the prize offered. i G Alex West during Christmas holidays. by January 1st. If not sold will rent for year 1914. Mrs. Geo. Spoonamore entertained at Givens Terrell. Prominent Banker. C o'clock dinner Thursday in honor r. i of U Mr. and Mrs. John Spoonamore of Mr. R. T. Embry, of Lancaster, was An election will be held at The NatStanford. in being Mr. ional Bank" of Lancaster Ky, Tuesday in town Wednesday on business. great efforts Embry has been in the National Bank January. 13th, 1914 between the hours Mr. Roy Williams of Bloomington. ;. of sell baking this vicinity III., and R. G. Burgess of I Payne. 0., ' of Lancaster for a number of years of 10 and 2 oV'Jock for the purpose of . are guests of Mr. J. M. Prather and Ho got his training under the Into fleeting seven .directors to serve lor acids from inferior class, Squire W. II. Kinnaird, one of the most the ensuing year. daughters 3". C. Denny, Cashier. successful bankers Kentucky ever proMiss Mary Elmore, who holds a undesirlime phosphates, duced. Mr. Embry is a son of the late responsible position in the school at Messenger. Samuel Embry.-Danv- ille NOTICE. Paintsville, Ky., came home Saturday high-grad- e to those fur the Christinas vacation. On Tuesday January 13th, 1914 the vi. Kinnaird-HernJstockholders of the Citizens National baking to cream of Misses Angie Kinnaird, Lidia Elmore Ky., will hold an and Margaret Morrow, of the'State D. On Monday afternoon at t o'clock Bank of Lancaster, . healthful food. make clean and D. school of Indianapolis, are at under the solemn and impressive words election at their banking house in Ky., for the purpose of home for the Christmas holidays. of Dr. J. Q. A. McDowell in the city Lancaster, seven directors to cer've for Danville. Lewis Herndon of Atlanta electing Messrs. J. Y. Robinson and W, R. of the ensuing year. Cook are at home from the south und Georgia, and Miss Margurite Marrs W. F. Champ, Cashier. Kinnaird'of this city were united in both reports an active mule market. holy bonds of matrimony. The They will remain until nfter the holi- the bride is' the only daughter of Mrs. Ada Last Notice To Tax Payers. days. Kinnaird ami the late Mr. Robert Kin Mason, Win. naird of this place, and is a pretty Under the new Revenue law I will Messrs Win. Barbour Alexander Robinson and Thomus petite brunette; she was becomingly be compelled to advertise your property Phelps Elmore of Millersburg College gowned in a travelling suit of blue ;sale if taxes are not paid at once. are ut home for the Christmas holi- with fur trimmings. The young bride This means you. Respectfully days, is a talented musician having been u G. T. Ballard. Messrs Frank Tinder, John M. Mc- - student at the Cincinnati Conservatory county. Currey Robinson, all of of music i nd possesses u lino technique, Sheriff of Garrard .Roberts, and whom are attending school at Lexing-- ! The groom is the youngest son of Cap-- 1 ton, are spending Christinas with their tain Win Herndon and is an industrious ' t parents. genial young man, whoso airability of I.I... ..l.,..m..nff.i.,...lJ -U ."Mrs. B. C. Rose of Bryantsville, maimer " a ' entertained at a handsome course Hardware firm T Lou . ner at her home in Bryantsville. The the Belknap I lo- RICHMOND, KY, Dr! Samuel Rose vdlle, or several years and is now honor guests were Manta- - undur U,t ted I" V A Training and Mrs. Rose of Pennsylvania. Baking costs only employment of the same company. School (or Teachers F. Sanders who wai un- - After a bridal stay in Louisville, of Mrs. Allison 1iw.miiuui Uta Hum IVr der the treatment of the Drs, Mayo at guv,.rHi jliyg the newly wedded pair is pound, fair price Rochester Minn., is at home and her wl K t0 Atlanta to resale. Both of many friends will bo glad to know she the contracting parties ure accompan-e- d its Biltet, TO Modtlufcwl. M MBWtimUUl villi lift is able to be about with the aid of to their new homo by many sincere. MUllMI(huiL IfMttMt in crutcheri. an earnest desire that baking good wishes and filled with The town is alive with our hoys and their coming years may be girls who are attending school away unalloyed liHiipinebs. Mr. Chas. Dunn is at home Lexington for the holidays. from ( ' ' I 1 rai-.int- a I I I e, I I 1 j friends the .am.. i , j j j i Z. ' ' Must be Watchful and able . Si on. The official Government tests have shown Royal Baking Powder to be a pure, healthful, grape cream of tartar baking powder, of highest brand in its place. M I j strength, and care should be taken to prevent the otheL substitution of any -- din-,'10- '! -- Powder a and cheaper per and better at price than any the world. other powder Royal '' ' ' HI I Page 6 THE CHRISTMAS TABLE. THE CHRISTMAS CAKE. i. Christmas Candies ft i FrultjcVnterpUeet Are Attractive ani vry Seaeonabl. I'm It makes a hatNhomo decoration for tbo Christmas table. It has the of appealing to the palate after satisfying the eye. A pleasing decoration of thU Hurt N tlluwtrntoil here. The fruit l laid In n fa hey bas ket. Clusters if gnlpc with green loaves are suspended from tho handle. Winter pcitr. red apples, oranges and bananas are arranged on grape leaves In tbe banket If n young graitevlno Is taken Into the hotixu In n pot before the leaves fall It will grow all winter and supply foliage for sucb occasions. Hose geranium or any green leaves may be used If grape leaves are not available. There Is nothing prettier or more ap- Christmas Dinners Jl m jar ANY are I Hie Its Making and Decoration portant Task, an Im- P!;" W.:M i14 ipportunltlen for r. t 4- 3 lem of Christmas Rift giving with a very depleted pocketbook. She Onslly csmo to tbe conclusion that unless she gave each of bcr friends a box of the simple candles she knew how to make It would be Impossible for bcr to remember them. She made some pret ty boxes, covering them with water color or crape paper and decorating propriate for tbe Christmas table as a Then sbe gath centerpiece than a pyramid of fruit them appropriately. red ber supplies together and got ready for work. Sbe put off tbe making of the candy as long as sbe could In order that ber sweetmeats might be She .absolutely fresh when presented. had her nuts shelled and blanched ready for use and her slmplf coloring matters bought ready for use In adt a nee. When she began making ber candles ho bad a clear Are in tbe kitchen range, enameled saucepans, a smooth ! BBnBBBnSBfr 1 lipped saucepan, shallow tins In which to pour sucb candles as caramels, taffy, butterscotch, etc.; large Oat stoneirare platters, clean smooth wooden spoons, J vr TOUNU womsn of mnny re-source nnd fnlr culinary skill 1 fount! hcmelf facing the prob- v a rnorr cKNTsnpntcs. This may be arranged In a large glass bowl or In an odd shaped vase of fan cy china. Fortunate Is she who still boards among ber cherished posses sions on heirloom In the form of an an tique epergne or an openwork china fruit basket of long ago. r V BOSS jOK These are not always available, and a clever wonvui mar evolvo a very satisfactory Irritation by using a large glass bowl or deep dlsb for the founds Uon. placing Ju the center of It a rath' er high vase or even u loving cup to give tbe required height. Twist soma smllax around this glass and lay soma of It Inside of tbe bowl, ns well as around the base, where It rests upon tbe embroidered centerpiece, which should be decorated witb holly or soma not: wire candy dipper, one or two pal ette knives, strong pair of shears, small flat paint brush, a little olive oil , and a good Thermometer, if you wish to 'know Just what she made and how V, It bote the following recipes taken from her notebook: Nut Candy. Two cnpfuls sugar, one-bacupful water. Hull until thick. Flavor 'to taste, stir In one cup hickory ' nut meats and pour Into a large flat dbtb. When nearly cold cut In squares Lemon Candy. Two cnpfuls granulated sugar, one cupful boiling water, three tablespoonfnls vinegar, butter ota walnut. Let boll until It bard-,en- a . ' she-madit likely the huusewlfe'M kill hen will ex hale hints of the dainties that are tu attest her skill on the memorable day For tbe Christinas feast there muy be but that royal bird, all sorts the turkey, is the piece de reslxtance. A typical Chrlxtmaa dinner consists of a soup ay cream of celery with oysters, roast turkey, onions, potatoe. cranberries, a lettuce salad, plum pud ding, wafers, cheese, mince pie. Ic cream, fruit cake, candy, nuts, raisin and coffee. To prepare oyster cocktails make sauce by stirring together a tsbleipoon fnl of tomato ketchup, one-haof grated horseradish, one-half tablcspoonful of Worcestershire sauce, a dash of tabasco sauce, a tea spoonful of lemon Juice and salt to taste. Set In tbe Ice until chilled through. Into chilled small glasses put Ore little oysters und pour In this sauce; then put the glass In the center of a plate of cracked Ice. Scald tbo turkey Instead of dry pick. Ing It Clean and wash the fowl nicely Select a turkey of nbout fifteen or six teen pound. It takes from threo to four hours to roast one of this size. A very rich turkey requires to be offset wltb an acid Jam or Jelly, and cranberries supply nbout the cheapest and most satisfying relish of this sort Put tbe followlns Ingredients Into a large dlsb and mix them thoroughly together for tbe plum puddlug: One pound of seeded raisins and tbe same amount each of suet, currants and pound of citron, flour; pound of preserved ginger, a grated nutmeg, a dessertspoonful of allspice, eight eggs, one pound of dark brown sugar and one wlnegla&sful of brandy. Cook until done. If you care to make your own mince meat hero is a good recipe: Two pounds' of cooked lean beef chopped, two pounds of beef suet ebon- lf tubto-spoonfone-fourt- h one-fourt- h J 'I culinary triumph afforded by the ChrHniitit dinner. For a week before the fcnt It l The Cbrlstmaa cake Is generally a fruit coke. Most people prefer It to any other kind. This has advantages for the housewife, for It con be made weeks before Christmas and so save the trouble of pretmrtng It In her busy hours whon the Christmas feast must b thought of The fruit cake most generally served Is a dark one. but tbe lloston Cooking School Mngnxltte suggests a very nlco while fruit cuke made as follows: s of a Tske six ounces cupfuli of butter, eight ounces (ono cupful) of sugar, eight ounces (two cupfulsi of flour, one slightly rounded tenspoonful of baking powder, six whites of eggs, one pound of blanched almonda sliced thin, half a pound of light colored sultana raisins, half a pound of crystallised ptncapple cut In (three-fourth- rii Che CHRISTMAS Dollelouo ICES. 1 Yuletide Curkcy I i I CUB I A aasWaPasffOjaaS''laat LalLlaaK i rnurr caki witu lack coma bits, balf a pound of citron sliced thin and half a cupful of grated coconnut I Mix In the order given. Hake In a j loaf about an hour nnd a quarter or in two ones loar ureud pans about forty-fiv- e minutes. Cover with almond paste mixed with egg yolks nnd powdered sugar nnd. when ready to use. with confectioner's or boiled frosting From four to six ounces of paste, two to three yolks of eggs nnd confectioner's sugar to knend tbe two Into a pliable paste that may be smoothed out with a rolling pin are required for tbe first covering. Tbe cake may be served with a handsome fitted lace cover like tbe one shown In tbe picture. Is supposed every one knows how to properly dress and clean a fowl Few cooks thoroughly wssh poultry after the feathers are removed. This should be done wltb a soft brush and warm soapsuds, wltb abundance of clear, warm water to rinse. Care should be taken when drawing tbo fowl, for It tbe entrails are broken an odor of the barnyard wilt bo Imparted to the entire bird. Cut the nock off close to tho body, first pushing the skin well down to tho body that tbo bole may bo easily covered by It Cut tbo skin at tbo back of tbo neck, an Inch or so down, and wltb tho forefinger loosen the crop all around, lifting It out without broaktnr It and at tho same time drawing tho windpipe. Wings snd legs should be trussed, close to tbo body either wltb skewers or by means of a trussing needle and twine. Tbo French have a method of tying a fowl In a piece of soft paper oo no particle of fat escapes and bnklng It In this wrapper until twenty minutes of serving time, when tho paper Is re moved and tt Is delicately browned. Many cooks use considerable beat for tho first half hour In rousting n fowl, bneJIng It tery often; then alter this initial scaring of the surface they cm ploy a gontlo, steady flro for thorough cooking. Twenty to twenty-tlvruin utcs to tbo pound Is tho rule for roast ing turkey. Iteniove all twlno used In trussing before sending tbe fowl to the table. After tbe turkey has been washed nnd singed prepare the dressing. If a chestnut dressing Is required remove tbo shells from a pint of nuts, cook In slightly salted water until tender; then drain, skin and chop coarsely Add a half loaf of stale bread put through tbe food chopper, of a pound of butter, salt and pepper to taste and one egg. Mix all together, adding a llttla warm water If It seems too dry, Garnish wltb link sausage fried a light -o one-quart- Christmas turkey Is tbe de resistance at the feast After selecting It. It Dtssorts With Whloh U Round Out th Featt Iced desserts make delicious features of the Christmas dinner. They may bo In tbe form of plain Ico cream or ona of tbo elaborate Ires which aro served under fancy names. The dessert should come to the table In an attractive form. It may ho froscn In a fancy mold and decorated with candled or gluco cherries, with nut meats or sprigs of holly. The following delicious Ices were suggested by that authority In culinary lore, the lloston Cooking School Mags-sinand nrv Illustrated here: Cbestnnt Bavarian Cream. Homemade chestnut preserve, either whole or broken nuts, is the best form In which to use chestnuts for this dlsb. Decorate tho bottom of tbe mold with slices of csndiod or maraschino cherd ries and chestnuts. Cook cupful of raisins In boiling water to cover until the raisins aro tender and e, one-thir- L.& ift Train Sckc&Uc At " Ij. Uncuft. Arrive. m. No 10: 6:00 To Moysvllle. connecting at kiohmoirtd with L & N to Frankfort LouTtfga at Winchester with CLgfl to ton & Frankfort flrat HV rjifl Wkk Ashland, at Paris yTcTncJiiMtl. No 71; 635 a. m meeting To Rowland A Stanford at Rowland, L & N to all points South No 28; 11:04 a. m? To Richmond, connecting with L & exlng'-r- t N to Irvine & Doattyvllle, & Cincinnati, Mlddlesboro & Knoxvflle. No 70; 11:50 . m. To Richmond, connecting with fait train to Cincinnati. No 27; 2:09 p. m. To Louisville, connecting at Lebanon Junction to Elliabethtown 4 Howlinff Green, and at Darditown Junction to Barditown & Springfield. No 9; 8:42 p. m. To Stanford, connecting wit1 train to Uriitol & Atlanta. w" w two 6&feioC8 lexa. . '.it. . " large bowl with tb fruit, placing tbe oranges and larger fruit at tbe bottom of the bowl and filling In with rosy little lady apples and clusters of wblte and purple grapes and bananas. 1'ack these firm ly against tbe small glass to make It drm and fill the glass Itself with small fruit. Festoon more smllax and clusters of grapes over tbe top. BOILED TURKEY OraUri. Roast PIs. 8tutrd Waftrs. Lattiio APPU B4UC. Bollad 'Turknr. Potato CroqMttM. Molded Spinach. Ic Crsain." ffec,t In .green. Now fill tbe ROAST Q008E DINNER. ? Cream of Oratera. Olive. Pickled (led Cabbar. Hoaat Touna Goom stuffed With Potato, Onion and Sac. Maibed Potatoes. Hubbard Squaah. String Deana. Potato Salad. Deep Dlab Enflleh Apple PI. Whipped Cream. American Cbeea. Apple Sauce. tbo water Is nearly evaporated. Cut dozen cherries lu pieces, add tho pieces left from decorating the mold and the raisins. Add cupful o IF YOU WILL PERMIT cucsmuis in small pieces and one-fourth cupful of the chestnuts press us to demonstrate to you the need ed through a sieve and enough of the chestnut sirup to make In nil a gener of Insurance, wc arc satisfied that ous cup of material Let heat and In It you will no longer be without ll dlssolvo one tablcspoonful of granu Leavel-Heade- d lated gelatin, package, sof toned In cupful of cold wa ter. Set tbe dish Into Ico and water men realize the importance of Inand stir till It begins to thicken, then surance; but we wish to talk to fold In ona cupful of cream beaten very light When the mixture will those who are not fully aware of the "bold Its shape" put It Into the mold advantages of Insurance, and reby spoonfuls. When unmolded sur spectfully solicit an opportunity to round wltb pieces of preserved chest nnt In sirup. If the preserve bss nut to give them information. been flavored add a tnaspoouful of va nilla before folding tn tbe cream. THOMAS, Ico Cream Wltb Raspberry Sherbe- tPack vanilla Ico cream into a ring LANCASTER. KY. mold, cover securely and pack In four measures of crushed Ice to one of salt Oflke Citizens National Bank When nnmolded fill tbo center with canned or preserved peaches. Pour balf froxen raspberry sherbet over It one-fourone-fourone-fourt- h FRISBIE I Fruit Coffee, Mkul DtredMT Of farad burr. DINNER. Thee Onions. .A SEASONABLE Will Qlv SALADS. Christ-ma- a r t. a s. Immediately when dropped In cold a. Potato. Relish to th 3 A water. Pnll until white. Pour the' , lemon essence on while boiling. of chocolate,, half a cupful of milk, two upfuls of light brown sugar, one cupful of molasses and n piece of butter as , big ns a small apple. Cook for twenty minutes, stirring constantly. Tour into a pan and cut into squares. Caramel Tatfy. Two teacnpfuls of white ' sugar, two tablesnoonfuts of sirup, three ounces of butter, one can of condensed milk, essence of vanilla. Tut butter, sugar and sirup Into a pan. CbocotftteCarnmels.-H.a- lf pound Cofft. 8lad.. Chtm. r CkZ.-'.- ' WHAT TO EAT. USEFUL SAUCES. Thsy Add Piquancy Holiday Dish. to Many Plain baked fish. Any creamed fish, fresb or salt la nice In white suuee, and It Is tbe same with meats, the dried beef.lbecbtcken. tbe veal. Tbe wblte sance is tbe llqrdd to use in making many scallops. Even when we do not combine tbe Ingredl- - Tbe sauces give tbe finishing toncbea to tbe Christmas feast Aside from mayonnaise for the salad, wblte sauce is me most universally nserul or all. Tbe simplest and plainest of wblte snnces la's moat excellent thing wltb v MAKING oAiror. .t JSF- - f Boll to a soft of glycerin, ball stage, then remove" from tbe' Ore and tluvnr with peperiiint. I 'our out on a platter and xtlr with a spoon to Htlffon. then take up "until It Into the bandit mid knead until soft and creamy Mold Into bulln and roll la tovdered xugar. l'luce on nlled paper to fool. WltitercntMi mints nrv madn by adding a few dropx of tbe oil of wlntergretMi luHtend nf the pepper mint and a little red fruit coloring These mints ran !e dipped Into melted chocolate If liked. atlrrtug occasionally till melted. Then pour. In milk and vanilla and bcii for twenty minutes, stirring alt the'time. s Mints. Place In n saucepan two cup. f of granulated mtgar, tenspoonful ful of water, of cream of tartar anil orie-lmcup-fulone-halone-fnurt- b jf MATOKMAISK U IX Kit. ents beforehand we put them Into- the-scallop dish, and tbe cooking does tab. So it Is In tbe making of croquettes. Tbe binding of tbe meat or vegetable' of Which they are made may be Owo wltb egg white, but Xbe use of tb white sauce Is tbo more common' and - 4 i IIOA Urtn Kacalopi TurtU Boup Iclfari. Oystr. Cucumbers. T Orange Hauea. Duck. ? Z Cranberry Jelly. Sweet Potatoe. & Mashed Potatoes. Boiled White Onions. $ Mashed Turnip. T Celery RhIiu. Z Z Hot Salted Almonds. Ituut Mine PI Ire Cream. Cnftt Krult f 7 Y v A - Inexpensive way. Besides being used to bind tbe materlnj'of tbe croquette. It Is often used as usance unmwi tt. It Is when wo come to tbe vegetable for that we find tbe widest use tbe white snnce. We Increase thetfuod value of a vegetable dish bynaddl&K sauce, which iimtnln hoth fat nnd protetn. to a plain material. Mauy tit the commoner vegetable are nilvautn-geoualserved In cream sauce. Cbll dren will eat vecelnbles m cooked when they would not otherwise much them. The pretty mayonualxe mixer Illustrated here makes a nice Christmas gift and can lm very appropriately presented to tbe friend who Is a uotubls salad maker. of-ny ped,, threa quarts of spplea chopped. three pounds of raisins seeded and chopped, two pounds of currants, one pound of citron peel chopped, half a pound of orange peel chopped, one pound of lemon peel chopped, half a cupful of lemon Julct, half a cupful of orange Juice, one tabtespoonful of salt four cnpfuls of sugar, on cupful of molasses, ona cupful of coffee, one cupful of boiled cider, 'three cnpfuls of brandy, one '.upful of sherry wins. two teaspoonfuls ground cinnamon, oniv tenspoonful allspice and toe teaspoon ful cloves. Mix all tbe Ingredients tenet her ex cept tbe sherry and brandy und cvok slowly for two hours. Add tbe- liquors. In place of tbe brandy and sbvrry the same quantity of elder may be used Tbe mincemeat should be allowed t stand a month before It is used. When ready to make thu pies Hue tbe pie tins with pus try. till tbvtu with tbe mincemeat and cover wltb tbe paste. Bnuib over wltb beatvu egg and bake In bot oven. Au economical fruit cake: Cream together a cupful of snsar and half as mncb butter. Add two beaten eggs, a cupful' of molusses and out-ha-lf citpful of strong, cold entire in wblcb you have dissolved u scant te-.-i spoonful of baking soda. Have ready three cnpfuls of nifted floor, one cupful of mixed raisin. Hz and dates, chopped tine: one cupful of cleaDed dried tumults, pound of citron, cut very line, aoi! tbe same of blanched and shreduVd atmoods and a teaspounful of tnixed spites clnnanHjii. cloves, nine nnt' mec and ginger. When the batter Is mixed flavor with the strained juice of a lemon. Bake In a moderate oven one hour, lulne the baking pan with buttered pupr, Tnh cuke will remain moist for soens months if kept In n tin box. lloston Cooking School Mogaxlne. One of these U an egg salad made thus; For one Isrue or two smalt portions (here urtr needed two balf inch thick slices .of u good tomato, one tender hard cwked egg. four lettuce leaves and two taUespoonfuls of mayonnaise dressing. Set tbe tomato over a little of the dressy on the lettuce. Cnt the j .u qu.nrva. remove me jois to a . cut ui wmte in naives ' crosswise and dispose on tbe tomato.! ! cm er "is- "it-re- Salads are an attractive addition to any meal, and for the Christmas din ner It is worth 'wbllo maklnra special effort to provide a nice ono. Hothouse vegetables are generally available at! this season and glvo a special rellab to; (be Christmas fare. Fruit salads are equally desirable. but are not so generally popular aa tbe vegetable combinations. Two nice mlads nra suggested by tbo Faat THE CHRISTMAS Circuit Jodfe I'oo. CatrietA. itardio. e Commonwealth Attorney Hon. Xmmel fir Oyster Cocktails. J ear. Cream of Tomato Soup. B. Mon. Roast Turkey. Onion Dmalns. T ClreoltCUrk-Wllll- am W. ((.Blown. Matter Commtielooar Apple Sauce. Alaabed Potatoea. Cauliflower. Cranberry Ic. celery and Nut BaUd. Che Stick. A Offlalal Coorl Hlesofrapber Mite Sue She J Mince pi., Plum Puddlac Msto. rv.eeA County Judge A. D Ford. Count; Attorney J. K. Kcblatoa. Coantf Clerk J. W. Hamilton. BREAKFAST. ,mcun v ni iue It Should B Merely a Preparation For Dinner. Tbe Christmas breakfast as well as tho Cbrlstmaa lunch or supper should bo light but none tbe less attractive. In some families It is tbe custom to SXBVTXa TH TCKXT. distribute Christmas gifts st the break brown. For extra nice gravy make- as fsst tablet placing tbem at the plates of usual and Jnst before taking up add ono those for whom they aro Intended be pint of oysters. HI miner uutll tbo edges fore they enter the room. A nice gift for the honsewlfe Is some curl. If neater .IrwM.fni l n.af.rM.1 ,.Mn..A&t thing ornamentaj or nseful for tho . table. ,hus. rjn, Mx lMff of Drea move the crust soak In cold water uu- If an egg dlsb like tbe on Illustrated .I tn ,ntt hn -,..n.i hero la chosen It may be brought on as p i . l surprise containing tho Christmas tnhi.iu.nr..!. ..t saucepan and add a taWespoonful of breakfast eggs. Some persons like to eat n boiled egg minced on on Simmer few in mite Now put ill the bread, season wltb from its shell Instead of having It tnrn- salt and pepper tu tnte When thoroughly heated remove from the atove. add three tablesHMinfils of sweet cream, two well tieuteii eggs and one pint of oysters, stntltug tlhr turkey with Deputy clerk Itarrr Tomllmoo. Coroner J, A, Jonee. SLerlff-Oeo- rie T. Ballard. Deputy SLerlff C. A. Konlaenn. Rnperlnteodanl ofBcboole Mtte Jennie l(l gist. ,,,, W. S, Carrier. Dtpoly Ateeieor E. B. Key. Jailer Jack Adamt. Supervisor ot Hoade Sleveland Boa me. Treatarer 8. T UnSeou. MAOInTKATKS. J. P. Bourne In, Dltt. Ixiitsu lean lad. Diet. Murium Ray jrd, Dltt. Jamet Coldlion itb. Din. COUNTY 110 A KU Of XDHOATIO. Crsnley Broaddut, lit. Dltt. K. U. MeMurlrj. Jn.l. (i it. O J. Hendreo. Ird. Pitt. Tbonm P. King. 41b. Ill it. Atteteor thr. n,u t.ii., ' , OITYOK tANCASTKK. Mayor II. T, Logan. W. CliyJuage-K.- Itarrli. this dressing Now nib the turkey well with salt: spread breast. wIiikm and legs with butter. City Altoruey-- H. H.TomllnwB. City K. Herndon. City Alienor John M. Mount. City Treaiurer 1, A. Ttiomai. CMel l'ollce-- 1.. K. llerron. COU.NflLMEN I'arkerdregory. W. M, Zauone. O H II o lUnjlliua. fBBaaaKaw2BMBBrAaaaaaaB r,T Celery. b t? p on Hair Shell Orders Conaomm. Deviled Crabs. Koaat Beef. Spinach. R.e1hm. Potatnea (toasted ta Pan. Macaroni au Urattn. (toman Punrn. Lettuce and' Tmatn Halad. Cheea. Toasted Wafers. Bnallah PlunT'Puddlna. (lard Haurr. Oranges. Nuta. Ralalna. Coffee, Chicken Pie turkey is cooked, which will be nbout three hours for a ten ponnd turkey While cooking turn frequently thnt It may brown eveuly TWO UOUUII BALACa To prepare gravy renwve Ibe tnr points where the pieces of white meet. key from the pan. xiur off the liquid, Sift tbe yolks over Km drtttslng. Serve from which skim the fat; return t t at once. to tbe pun. uitd two tablespooufuls A cranberry und celery salad Is thus and stir prepared; Helm choice cranberries ot of flour remaining until well browned. liquor, tn which the good size and cut tueli In about four Pour on giblets tinely ehopied bare been added. slices nt right angles to tbe stem Cook fire minute., f. Chop Inner blanched stalks of crisp celery into alive a quarter of an Inch thick. There may Iw equal measures of cranberry nti celery, hnt there R0A8T PIG DINNER. should not h- - mure of (be urennrrd Iloullion elery than of the cm n terries. .Season Ollrea t'avalr Canapes. sepnnitely or lugeiher. For a pint of Fillets of Sola. Sauce Tartar. material mix a scmit hnlf teuspoouful Roast Suckling Pic. Apple Croquette, pickled Peach te. iif wilt, of a teuspunnrill of 8weet PoUloea. (laked Onions. paprika, four tahlesisionruls of olive Deeta. HruseeU Sprouta. ill and one wr two ItibleMpiHiiifulH of Lemon ,1c. vinegar Jllx all tiicether thoroughly, 8tunel ToniIo Salad. Wafera. punr over the celery and cranberry, Roquefort Knxlleh PlUnl Paddlna. mix and turn upon a led of carefully Krulta. Nuta. ' and dried 1 washedwltb roasts of leave of let turn Kern poultry or veal. he-faI oue-fotirt- b Place tn hot oven. When Ibe Hour on tbe turkey brown redive heat and add two cupful of Im(Ius water, for basting use f cupfnl of butter melted In one I'lipful of boiling wnter in which the gllilels were rooked. Baste every thirty minute until tho nne-luil- lireenleal U.K. Walter Wia. Ilerndan linKAKFAHT MM IKK. Our Popular Songs. FalrWamlnfl. If a young lady Informed you In ordiHe I sball spealc to your father tonary conversation that sbe was a yal-lu- r night. How bad I better begin? SheZulu baby you wouldn't think much lly calling his atteutlon to the statute goverulug assault, .manslaughter and of ber culture, lint this language Is Pupa Is so Impulsive, you all right set to ragtime music. Pittsmurder. burgh Post. know. A Contradiction. The Cauo. Although a woman's age Is undeShe I don't "know what makes hsr niably ber own, sbe does not always so positive about eyerythlnif. ' own It Ilxnhuuge. lie Her sex.' Puck, Schulz's Cut Flowers and Floral Designs, AU Orders Filled Promptly. v ' " Phone 43 or 339-F- . WILLIE F. MILLERV git a Historical'. Ts'ow, children," said tbe teacher of tbe Juvenile class In history, "can any oX you tell ro Nero's greatest crlmot" "Playing the fiddle," promptly replied tbe youngster at the foot Chicago News. He-- Do gent'nyk,n1 ' sight? Her Detlef. you believe In lore at first Hhe (tblrty-4lgbt-- i bellevo In h od out Into u cun, I'or these there come egjt scissors that cut erelilv arouud the .top of the egg, leaving the oriuce large enough to Insert a spoon. Ihese scissors are miniature chick oua with eyes of ruby und the steel handles glided. The tinner loons are len natural color for tbo sake of tbe contrast, and the wbole affair;' Is nut mora man nvo inches lung, A handsome platter for tbo Accommodation of eggs served on toast may bo preseuted. ' cash. A nlco way of serving tba Christmas breakfast eggs Is to sot two atuallsllcos Of toasted bread, well ImtteraH.'nn louatjr Court Days. dish; above arrange about eighteen not cooked asparagus tips; above tho Richmond, 1st. Monday. tips sot two poached eggs. Pour over Paris, 1st. Monday. tho whole a scant cupful of Madeira Frankfort, 1st Monday. sauce. In which six or eight ptolod Harrodsburg, Monday. mushroom caps (sliced, or not) bare Lexington, 2nd, Monday, been simmered about ton minute. Stanford, 2nd, Monday. Shelbyvllle, 2nd. Monday. Carlisle, 2nd. Monday. Sarcasms. "When reverses come' you find put Danville, 3rd. Monday. who your friends are." Lawrenceburg, 3rd. Monday, "to." Nicholasvllle, 3rd. Monday. "Yes. They Immediately proclaim Mt. Sterling, 3rd. Mpnday. that they knew you were ah accident." Somerset, 3rd. Monday. Courier-JournaLouisville '' Georgetown, 3rd. Monday. LANCASTER, 4th. Monday. India's Chutney. Winchester, 4th. Monday. Twenty varieties of cburneys are Montlcello, 4th. Monday. fnade lu India, mostly of mangoes, amarinds, pineapples and mixtures. Versailles, 4th. Monday. The undersigned hereby irve warn. not to trespass utmn our lands for any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all olTenders t ful extent of the law. Hunters and Fishermen especially take notice. G. W. Elam. It. L. Elkin. Ed & N B Price J. W Sweenev W. G. Andereon John M. Farra J. II. & W. S. Weaver. B. L. Kulley. (J. Henderson, IJ. M.aar, W. S. Etpof, A. J. Caddell, II. C. Arnold ' Mrs. Pattle D. Gill. Sarah J. L. Hackley. Wo will add other names for 25 cents Intr to all persons POSTED r tst i. m lit l.