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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): November 26, 1914 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1914 cen1914112601_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): November 26, 1914 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1914 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE CENTRAL RECORD. PURE RELlQlOh, UN2ARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT TWENTY FIFTH YEAR. LANCASTER. KY., WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, NOVEMBER 25, 1914. Just in, a barrel of new kraut at Balls. MANY CANDIDATES How many seed are in the pumpkin? Guess. I NUMBER MTrflJEirraiBJi;;-gJrrHJiJE3 34. Q32333$0SmS3XSS8mmm&3i TO THE SENTIMENT IN GAR RARD OVERWHELMING FORHARDIN PROMINENT DEMOCRATS flp. iB,t FOR NEXT YEAR. Housewife. We have a full line of Prizes will be announced Saturday Next year Kentucky will elect a Governor, all State officers, Judges of the afternoon. Circuit Court, Circuit Court Clerks, The seed will be counted by two Commonwealth Attorneys, State Senainterested persons. tors and Representatives. Pitch in The Fashion Shop offers every suit in your hat boys and get busy, their store at absolute cost. Also big ' dresses and coats. OPERA HOUSE reduction in one-pie- We Are Headquarters For HEATING STOVES Sausage Mills, Lard Presses, and W BUTCHER .S. KNIVES :.. rKWT-IHi"!- ' See our "Non-Rusmilk and water buckets, wash basins, dish pans and churns. t" We especially call your attention to the Sanitary Four Coated White Enamel Ware. LIVE and LET LIVE FOLKS CONN BROTHERS. Lancaster, Ky. Free Air Free Storage And Plenty of Light. We are now prepared to do all Automobile repair work on the shortest notice and by an expert mechanician. Give us a call., Lancaster Motor Gar Company Stanford Street. pi D 111 1E1 1 IB THANKSGIVING will be a day of thanks indeed i f you buy your A representative of the Record interviewed many democrats from the various precincts of the county on Monday, county court day, as to the sentiment of the people in the race for the nomination for circuit judge between Judgb Charlie Hardin and Hon-C. Fox. From every section came the same response in substance that 'my The ladies of the C- - W. B. M. will neighborhood is for Judge Hardin'. DANVILLE'S DAINTY give a "coffee social" at the Christian Of the numbers of democrats with Church on the evening of Dec. 10th. wnom we laiKeu nine out ol ten were DARLINGS. openly for Hardin. With their consent An orator at Danville recently de- we give the expressions of a number of THANKSGIVING SERVICE. clared that nearly every man in thai the prominet democrats from the city was a D. D. Doctor of Divinity, various precincts. In the Court House The usual Thanksgiving service will precinct, A. B. Brown says "We can be conducted this year at the Baptist Deaf and Dumb or Drunk and Disorderly not find a better Judge than Charlie We are surprised that the man who church. The services to begin promptly Hardin, and my neighborhood is for at 10:30. The public is cordially invit- made this assertion got awayNowithout him, I shall support him." 'James being tarred and feathered- doubt ed and all should make it a point to there are plenty of D. D.'s of the Clark, Sr., "Judge Hardin is one of several classes mentioned, but there the most popular men in the district. are also those in Dry Danville who are He will carry this county by a big PLANTATION STALLI0I Decent and Decourous and we believe majority I think. At least the Clarks Mr. Jack Bourne, we are safe in saying that they con- are all for him." Mr. W. O. Goodloe sold his handsome stitute a good morking majority as "I like Judge Hardin. From the numwalking stallion, by Uex Peavine, to compared with the D. D.'s aforement- ber of people I have heard talk he will Mr. W. A. Price, of this city, for $400, get most of the votes in my county. Frankfort Journal. This handsome horse breeds to Denmark ionedHow anyone could visit Danville and I am for him." In East Park Drecinct on both sides and is a plantation horse not be impressed with her "Dainty Mr. Jack Adams said "Yes I am for in every sense of the w ord. Judge Hardin and at least five out of Darlings" is more than wp can see. every six men that I have heard talk are for him. He will carry this county GOES TO LEXINGTON. LOOSE LEAF WAREthree to one." 'Big' Jim Thompson, all Mr E. B. Ray, who for several years the people in my country are for Judge has been with the New Shelburne HOUSE BOOSTERS. Hardin. He will make practically a Warehouse at Lexington, will return clean sweep." Last Monday found many of the "Judge Hardin Mr. John T. Holtzclaw there next Monday. This is a mighty and my self are good good house and "Lige" will tell you Loose Leaf Tobacco Warehouses rep- friends. He has made a good officer. in the city, all of whom were about it in an advertisement that will resented It is a pleasure to be in his court. I pulling for the estimated seven million appear in our next issue. am for him and think he will be repounds of tobacco that was raised in nominated". Mr. Ben Kelley told us Garrard county this season. Mr. Chas that he was interested in the race and NIMRODS GALORE. B. Terrill and Mr. L. B. Weisenburgh said that "Judge Hardin will get The country is just now scoured by were putting in some good licks for practically all the votes in mj locality". enthusiastic hunters, with $10 dogs the Home Tobacco Warehouse at Rich- Mr. C. S. Ballew of Hackley, "We are and $50 guns, who shoot away $2 worth mond. They say that Jake Berger the all for Judge Hardin in my country. famous auctioneer that was with them of ammunition, wear out $5 worth of He will carry my precinct roost unanclothes, and.spend $2 worth of time last year, will be on hand again and imous." Mr. Tom King of Lowell, and then wind up with about 30 cents that all Companies that bought there "Every person I have heard talk in my last year will have representatives neighborhood is worth of game. for Judge Hardin. I Mr. Jonah Wagers there this year. am going to do what I can for him." on hand in the inand Mit Ross were Wils Rodgers of AIN'T IT THE TROTH. terest of the Madison Warehouse and body likes Judge Paint Lick, "EveryHardin and the people An exchange has discovered that a claim that their house has made nutner about Paint Lick are for him. He can poor girl has to be awfully good look- ous improvements and are better pre- count on me." Mr. James Todd of ing to be pretty, and a rich girl has to pared than ever to take caie of their Paint Lick, "I have been about the awfully homely to be ugly. It customers. Messrs Allen Heiatt and courts some and am pleased be with him Henry Bright of the Danville Tobacco might have added that a poor man has as a Judge. I am for him. I don't to be awfully smart to be intelligent. Wareeouse, were pushing the merits of know any one against him in my neighthis popular house and with Charlie and a rich man almost a blockhead to borhood". Mr. John Davis of Carters-villAnderson on the ground and working be ignorant. "Judge Hardin can count on me. like a Trojan should get their share of The democrats in my country are for the business. Col. I. M. Dunn, whom OFFICIAL WEIGHER. everyone knows and likes, and being Judge Hardin". Mr. Sim Wheeler of Spoonville, "I don't think Judge Mr. W. O. King, known and liked by and old Garrarditc, will get results for Hardin will loose half dozen votes in the Peoples Tobacco Warehouse, of everyone here as "Billy", has accepted East- Walkers bchool House precinct". Mr. a position with the Danville Tobacco which he is President. Mr. Sloan R. L. Burton of Teatersville, "You booster-vill- e, Warehouse, as official weigher and will land, who is a booster from may say that I am for Judge Hardin. in the interest of the was here assume those duties at the opening of He will get most of the votes in the season. The house is to be con- Mercer Tobacco House at Harrodsburg Buckeye." Mr. Thomps Hill "Judge say that his efforts were gratulated upon securing the services and its safe to Hardin will hardly loose a vote in will be not in vain. The Big Burley House, of Buckeye of Billv, whose help we know precinct. I am strong for Lexington had a representative here efficient. him". N. J. Gosney Bryantsville, in the person of Mr. Clark, who is the "Judge Hardin can always counton me. assistant manager this year and has My neighbors are all for him. He will DON'T HISS THIS. been with this house from its infancy. carry this county by a big majority". As announced in our last issue, the This house has lots of friends here who Preacher George Thompson of Bourne, All of lecture to be given at the school will patronize it this season. "Judge Hardin is my best friend, I am the houses whom we have mentioned Auditorium this evening will be well interested, and am going to pull for worth your presence, as Dr. Russell in this article have advertisements in him until the polls close". Bud Dunthis issue of the Record and we can is a speaker of unusual abilit). He is can of Bourne, "They can't beat Judge the founder of the Anti Saloon League heartily recommend them to give you Hardin, there is no opposition in my and the slogan of that organization, is fair treatment and a square deal. country". Mr. Green Bowling, "you to stamp out every saloon in the state may say that I was never more inby 1920. The lecture is free. ANOTHER NEW FIRM. terested. The majority for Judge Hardin in Garrard will be very large I Mr. Frank Moore, of Wayne City, CONDITION CRITICAL. think". Mr. Dick Burton Bryantsville III., who recently traded an Illinois Mr. C. A. Robinson, who. was found farm to Mr. R. H. Batson for his en- "You may say for me that I was never more interested in a candidate for of in an unconscious state near his barn tire stock of dry goods, clothing shoes, last Sunday morning, lies in a critical has just sold the remaining of this fice than I am foi Judge Hardin and condition at his home on Lexington stock to Mr. J. E. Dickerson, of this his majority in this county is going to We were given the pike. It seems that in some way he city, the sale having been consumated be large". the large silo the stands near last Friday. Mr. Dickerson will re authority to quote many others equally fell from his barn and was injured internally, plenish this stock at once with dry as prominent in the party as the above which caused an operation to be per- goods and ladies ready-to-wegoods. democrats but space prevents in this formed early Tuesday morning. While He will not carry mens clothing or issue. It is upon such expressions from the operation accomplished the desired gents furnishing after the present results, his condition remains serious. stock is disposed of. Mr. Dickerson, leading democrats that convinces us who has been with the Lexington Dry that Judge Hardin will carry Garrard Goods Company, for a number of years, county by a large majority. DELIGHTFUL VISIT. will continue with them as heretofore Mr. J. N. Denny, of Point Leavell, leaving his retail business with Miss Tobacco The People returned to his home last Thursday, Scot Petty, who will have its entire after a two months visit to relatives in management. Mr. Dickerson is to be Warehouse, Danville, Ky.. Arkansas, Oklahoma and various other congratulated upon securing the is open to receive tobacco. points in the West. Mr. Denny is very services of Miss Petty, who is thoroughly 2nd. enthusiastic over the West and reports capabje and has a host of friends and 1st sale December tremendous crop and the farmers in customers that will be glad to know Our large ad will appear in that country both prosperous and that the is ready to serve them again. next issue of this paper. happy. Mr. Denny looks the picture Watch for their advertisement in our the I. M. DUNN, President. is the youngest man in of health and next issue. the county for his age and yet he is by no means old. e, ar as Champ Clark is sure of TO BE IMPROVED. Speaker of the House, according to the pledge that have been made him already Mr. W. J. Romans the proprietor of by House Democrats. the Lancaster Oppra Honse, announces Don't buy your Xmas presents until that he intends, in the near future, to you visit the Circle Girls Japaness improve hi3 house, by elevating the Bazar, at Miss Rella Arnold's store floor, having it heated by furnace, enSaturday, Dec 5th. The Japanese ar- large the balcony and carpet the isles. This will be quite an inovation indeed ticles ars beautiful and inexpensive. and will add very much to the comforts of this popular house. COFFEE SOCIAL. SPEAK OUT FOR HIM. C. I THE BEST KNOW HEATING STOVE HADE &jj j :' Haselden Bros. Wholesale and Retail HARDWARE. if 1L 31 IE -- " ir GREAT MONEY SAVINS IN Ladies Coats and Suits. J i We will sell as following, beginning Nov 21. $25.00" $2.0.00 $15.00 $12.50 H T '$16.50 $12.50 AT $ 8.50 $ 5.50 Also Mens' Clothing, strictly at COST and will continue until stock of Clothing is sold. G. M. LYONS Successor to R. S. Brown. " " " " I OLD HICKORY Best On The Market. I have a complete line of Buggies, Wagons, Harness, Buggy Rugs, Whips and Horse Blankets. IHi HHHMMMHBMV GROCERIES from I- JAKE GRAW ARRIVES. Monday and will assume his duties Remember, "Fantomas" Wendesday night and the GOOD PRICES. Daviaseji .' & Doty, 3FlflBE Mr. Jake Graw of Louisville, at rived "Million Dollar Mystery," as Friday night at Opera House one of the buyers for the Lancaster Tobacco Warehouse. Jake is well and If in need of an Old Hickory Wagon favorably known among the tobacco see me, my price will please you. raisers of the county, and is recognized W. J. Romans. as the best judge and one of the best . buyers that ever went into a tobacco p W' barn. It is needless to say that the Lancaster Tobacco Warehouse, with The penalty will positively go on your Jake Graw and Billy Speith at the taxes unless paid before December 1st helm, they will buy all the tobacco This means you, if you hav'nt paid L. E. Herron, M. C. L. that this popular house can handle. "" The public sale tof personalties of Mr Alex West which took place yesterday at his country home on Lexington pike, brought one of the best crowds seen at any recent public sale. The bidding was spirited from the beginmug arid everything sold well. The terms of the sale was 13 months, with interest bear- . A.t.11 .afrn fmm uihci ju.aa i ujg (.una iiufcco iiuiu .nfrA inn brought1 from $40. to $70, horses from $20. to $120, cattle from 6 to 71 cents. Aged mules from $215 to $275 a pair. hay $14 a ton. corn at the heap, hring-theing $286 to $2. 95 a barrel. See me before buying, My Prices are Right W. J. HUMANS. LaPrcfaMe'i. I - Kentuckv Page 2 The Central Record, Wednesday Nov 25 1914. il F IH HHBflB vBH HF H h PBB lRa fl o llitS dim Jj?a lfti" j With the same experienced management as last year. We will get you the top price for your grade of tobacco. Come in and see us when in Richmond. . a U AR a R r &E Tf UHiOJCj w-- - Trf5 ca, MT a rv ti l rrta to mZk n xc Tw ?s i 2 n ; ru i? n ft.1 PI ii MSB s i1 WV 1 a !Lj5 XS' B Gff LL t; "1 s B Sfei V3 ti ij Mi? VS RICHMOND, TIRED. WEAK ANDi HOGWALLOW (From the Hogwallow Kentuckian.) BloSfijiBB h?$$ KENTUCKY. aP L TRAVELING PASSENGER rmESSmJ$ AGENTS ASSEMBLE At San Francisco. &r sgggs3SSg& vy .r r fi I m m lUl ' 1TT7LirKTT TT T TI.TTlff S uT WUHAN. ; iUrfMMf RUE merit with the first fiTTsiTlTlaiT SriR? - Is rss? '--B I Our Business But but we make no claim of making new Men out of old ones by pressing out their joints and other deformites. we can make your Old Clothes Look Like New Ones by our of Cleaning and Pressing them. This w ill add greatA ly to your personal appearance. trial will comince you. Lancaster Dry Cleaning Co LOUIS FAULKNER. Mgr. Phone 2S0. mmmmn vi im BJBSHhL. n'Li 11 r? ?.ii i uu Your TT 0 U $M n 9 lf (IBs against Qi?t$ Now It costs no more to The American Association of Travel- g&l e There are two ways to bring Mrs. Walter Vincent, Why Are So Many Lancaster People In ing Passenger Agents assembled at H A Of Pleasant Hill, N. C, into the home: Cultivate pleasSan Francisco recently and after inI This Condition? antly and wash the windows. writes: "For three sumspecting the work and progress on the mers I suffered from The postmaster says the big papers buildings and grounds of the Panama-Pacifi- c dreadful International Exposition, passed Feel tired out. irritable and depressed? had better not talk about him like they pains in my back and 5$J talk about Huerta and the rest ef the the following resolutions: Urine irregular; back weak and sides, and eak sinking First: That the Association is proMexicans. painful? spells. Three bottles of foundly impressed with the nobility of These are symptoms that sucgest Fletcher Henstep has a new suit of Cardui, tbz woman's the scale on which this Exposition is kidney trouble. clothes. They were too nice to wear tonic, relieved me entireplanned When the kidneys call for help. every day or even on Sunday and he in detail.and with its wonderful beauty ly. I feel like another Assist them with a tested kidney may save them to be hurried in. person, now." Second: That the Association is remedy. ' The engineer on the train that came stuck with the astonishing progress of TAKE Give them the help they need. Monday informed several the work, all the exhibit buildings beNo remedy more highly recommended into Tickville citizens on the the platform that he ing completed and the installation of than Kidney Pills. would not wash his face until he got exhibits from the forty-thre- e states Backed by home testimony. I and territories and forty foreign coun- -' ready. Endorsed by Lancaster people. The Dog Hill preachf-- will take as tries going on. Mrs. C. T. Brummett. Crab Orchard. his text next Sunday. "Let There Be ' Third; That in the opinion of this St.. Lancaster, Ky.. says: "My kidneys Association there is no doubt that the The Woman's Tonic were out ot order and 1 had pains Light, and Kaz tsarlow has been appointed a committee to fill up the lamp. Exposition will be completely ready through my back and kidneys. At on its opening date February 20 1915. for over 50 years, times I was nervous. Doan's Kidney ; The widow who lives over in the Cardui has been helping Fourth: That in the opinion of this Rib neighborhood has put up a Pills made me feel much better and Calf to relieve women's unAssociation thePanamc-Pacifi- e In stronger in every way." new hitching post in front of her house necessary pains and ternational Exposition, in plan and ex- -' since Yam Sims has begun to ride by Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't building weak women up ecution, in grandeur and conception and simply ask for a kidney remedy get there on his mule. to health and strength. in beauty of detain in programme and Doan's Kidney Pills the same that Atlas Peck witnessed part of a play Performance will be commensurate It will do Ihe same for Foiter-Milbur- n Mrs. Brummett had. at the Tickville opera house the other mith the great national event which it ' you, if given a fair trial. Co., Props., Bulfalo, N, Y. night. Between the third . and fourth celebrates, creditable to the So, don't wait, but begin nations acts two months was to elapse and which celebrate, and an honor to taking Cardui tod3y."fcr Atlas did not h:is time to wait. its use cannot harm you, "l'T California the hostess State. DUivN EM. ILL Mil) W Tin- - Wild Onion School Teacher has and should surely do you Fifth- - And, il is hereby Resolved -- 72 a patch of multiplying onions planted that the Panama Pacific International good. I've stopped the Jvper. jes I have, Some of the Exposition, in educational value, in ar- near the school hojse. I didn't like to do it. trustees ale wondering it they are to tistic stimulus, in beauty and in in But the editor he got too sirart. JAfc JC be used by they arithmetic class. terest, justifies the members of this And I allow he'll rue it. Slim Pickens holds the championship Association in urging eery one who 1 am a man who pajt. his debts. around Hogwallow for cracking hicko y i wishes to be abreast with culture to And will not l.e insulted; nuts with lin teeth. He places the nut come and stay long at the Panama-Pacifi- c Fo when the editor gets smart Internationa Exspsition. in his mouth, puts a large weight on 1 want to be consulted. In this connection We would like to his head and thru pulls right haid I look the paper 'leven years add that the Southern Railway is issuagainst a sapling. And help him all I could &ir. ing a descriptive booklet, of the Panama Clab Hancock, v.I.o has been tning But when it come to dunniu' me is a gem, copies of i to join the Dog 1 1 ill church for some Expo:iton, that I didn't think he would sir. which may be had, by uppljing to Mr. t'd'unn tr fttlitit few C'iv1 vt'ifl.c ivill It , , ,. ,, . B, II. Todd, District Passenger AgMit , But that he did, and you can bet ' j Starks Buildi- n- l"""'-'- . Ky It made me hot as thunder; Should be Engraved or Sunday. While his poli'differ from I savs. "I'll stop that sheet, I will. that of the congregation he may be Embossed nowadays. If the doggone thing goes under." , taken in. Bsst Cough Medicine for Children. It reflects good taste and Dock Hocks, whose barber chair has I hunted up the editor "Three years ago when I was living j located under the big tree in front in Pittsburgh o::e of my children had a And fer his cunnin' caper at once creates a favorable of the blacksmith shop, will move his hard cold and coughed dreadfully. Up-I paid him 'LEVEN yeais and quit! impression. chair inside for the winter, where he on the advice of a druggist I purchased Yes, &ir, I stopped the paper. will continue to shave and cut hair with a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Suppose you come and see neatness and dispatch while his cus- and it benefited him at once. I find It Important. the many beautiful samples tomers wait. the best cough medicine for children be- is pleasant to take. Cricket Hicks has got up a patent cause it They do we have and get our prices. Bear in mind that Chamberlain's hen roost which he will start out to ir.- - not object to taking in." writes Mrs.' rt-it- z Tablets not only move the bowels but troduce to the buying public next week Lafayette Tuck, Homer City. Pa. This The patent consists of a sassafras pole remedy contains no opium or other improve the appetite and strengthen aLout fifteen feet long and is flat on narcotic, and may be given to a child one side so that the hens can sit down j as confidently as to an adult. Sold by j j all dealers. the digestion. For sale by all dealer? . if they get tired during the night. MWiM?BirwwicaBa sun-shinner.-cusnes- Nervous? tf g$ 1" : IACH ILLS, QUICKLY RESTORED Mrs. Belle Hawkins Uses Mayr Reniedy-"Nev- er ; I doe no long Felt Better in My Life." I treatment Mavr's Wonderful Stomach Remedy clears the digestive tract of mucoid accretions and removes poisonous matter. It brings swift relief to sufferers forn ailments of the trtomach, liver and Jlany declare it has saved boweN them from dangerous ojwrations and manv are sure it has saved their lives, 3 Belle Hawkins. Eminence. Ky., m PoFffllli r I i was :l v'ct'mf stomach disorders. She took a great deal of treatment and medical attention. m,..-'Wr.nUrful Stomach Remedy and got real results. In a letter telling of her experience she said: ye want aj ,eop'e who have chronic "I have taken all of the medicine I stomach trouble or constipation, no ordered of you and will say it has done matter of how long standing, to try one more good than all the doctors and dose of Mavr's Wonderful Stomach dose will convince you. medicine I ever tried. I don't really Remedy-on- e think I need any medicine now, as I This is the medicine so many of our think I am well, I never felt better people have been taking with surpris-l- n my lift. If I ever should need any ing results. The most thorough system cleanser ever sold. Mayr's Wonderful medicine I know where to get it." That is a typical letter, taken as one Stomach Remedy is now sold here by Mayr's Wondeiful Stomach Remedy in j R. E. McRoberts and druggists every-a- ll parts of the country. It proves its i where. jniti,fr;.,i c i ' ! ! -o- onErzaESEIESSS rm- III ;; ., II , " ! hil I urrm Motel 7 -- 'i&w !M&& S3.MS 'ffjj&ff. A fitff fDEALQ Be f .s WASHINGTON l Personal Stationery i Pennsylvania Step;. Cstscfcsl " 51.50, 32.00 up. -'- Avenue, at I8th IS . ;. H. SATTi3l Sbsi, .v-- PlllJtt S! i $ZJ30,S3.00 r up. 'HelMfeS jSSI -- TTTS'-r- bf-e- ' !JJlJl Elegant Appointments, Palm Courc, Indian Grill Koom, Tea Room9 Colonial Furnishings, Library, Grand Pipe Organ, Orchestra. Write for Illustrated Booklet ''B" with small nap. OVERLOOKS WHITS I ! ! Central Record. sagKmagi CLIFFORD M . LEWIS MANAGER- protect it from the start, than to wait later on in the season. Insure it with H K38aK3EIi3222KUSE2SS:rinZ2: ii iHEESSBrjEUS gsess; &r waass v-J- i. F, Office fiHR lip M TO ii e at Citizens National Lancaster, Ky. Bank. rp (&V icEbbCw m?' "U iaiLt 99fwJ Iini' "W mI' ama Are Yob a Woman ? mzzg&zmmsttmuszmKmwm q ceo STREET T arehou STANFORD The Woman's Tonic ii c A. Sieith. o., Mianagers No Commission Charged, ':i We Pay Highest Market. Prices. FOR SALE AT ALL DRUGGISTS Unload The Same Day. Vh99BuZ3 "VJIr F4 r Ea The Central Record, Wednesday Nov 25, 1914. (MCK4;iEltSVllil'B. Miss Emma Bell Page 3 visited little Miss A Package Letters By RYLAND BELL of GASTORIA For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought K'JV .ALCOHOL 3 PPI ni-ivAge(abIeI!reparalion&rAs-similaiingiheFooianJRcguIa luigmcStojnadisandBmtisof Bears the Signature LP of Promotes DlgMtfonGirafur ness and ResLCoiUalns neiitar OpiuniWorphine norflineraL Not Narcotic. ytarittd twmStn jllxJaaa JkMtSJt- s- ( TV In ADErfectReraedvforCdnsfin Hon . Sour Srnmadi.Dlantm Worras.ConvukKrasjoTnsnr Use i nessandLossorSLEEP. rattf a '- RcSinfle Signarare of For Over lfcHej tOtl - The Centaur NEW YORK. Compatc; Thirty Years Guaranteed underthe too Exact Copy of Wrapper. GASTORIA THE CENTAUR COMPANY, NEW YORK CITY. A Th!nkof it.Mr.Farmer.here'sarcmcdy lor hoe cholera that is sold under a "Legal Guarantee Bond." How can j ou afford to take chances acainst besr cholera fJh(fS5r!31 when ycu can ffet this remedy on such terms? EQB?ann Mora Memeav . io n r twioiiwrintii'i that is iraaranteed to cure and prevent known remedy. II cholera. It docs the work better than any otherguarantee. At All bos It did not. It would not be sold on such a strong Write for Irea booklet telllne; how to save your bogs. Drclilsts. nOUKBON ClMMIiY LUiflKiini, lcxineoa. rvv. Legs GUARANTEED CURE ff)P Hofl Elsie Hutchins. Miss Jean McKechnie visited friends at Hubble last week. Mr. O. H. Anderson sold a lot of corn to Mr' S. C. Rigsby at $2.75. ttowa, Mrs. Rosanna Graves, of Rockcastle county, visited her nephew, Mr. J. M. Cress and family. Mr. T. W. Payne spent a portion of last week with his sister, Mrs. Sylvester Thompson, near Point Leavel(. Mr. M. F. Lawrence, who has been bothered with a bad boil for some time, is about rid of this most undesirable pet. .t Your correspondent is enjoying a sprained wrist.and being not very ambi dextrous, our efforts in chirography look xtra puerile. Mr. J. P. Arnold, our contractor and builder, is putting the finishing touch on the nice new addition he is building for Mr. Alfred Owens, to his already handsome home in the Canaan section. As ceitain as we attempt to give the ages of persons who have married when we write our weekly report of news for publication, someone from Editor to devil seems to take a delight in jumbling our figures so we appear an arrant falsifier with no regard for the truth. Mr. Henry Lunsford, in our last letter, is stated to be 34 when he is only 24. We wish to stand corrected. Henry is a good fellow and will let us off with a thrashing, perhaps. We hate to dodge anybody but a bill collector. Judge Charles A. Hardin, who has recently announced as a candidate for the democratic nomination for circuit judge in this district, at the August primary, has a lot of friends in this, section who are hoping to see him win in a walk. His record as a judge at the several sessions of circuit court in Lincoln county since he has been in office is ar admirable one, and litigants, lawyers and the public in general have benefitted by his term on the bench. ""S HELP COMES Catarrh QUICKLY Head Colds, When Hyomei Is Used For or Croup. Z i. f A-- g I I I 1 :tt WE COMPETE WITH QUALITY 1 GLEN LILY Why? BECAUSE m I A Million Dollars has been spent in the courts trying to prove that Bleached Flour is not injurous to health BECAUSE Glen Lily is the only Flouron this CAN market NOT Bleached. YOU afford to let price destroy both Health and Quality. When your head is all stuffed up causing you dull headaches, difficult breathing, constant sniffling, and you feel generally miserable, there is nothing quite equal to Hyomei to give quick pereffective and lasting benefit-ye- t fectly harmless; simple to use and inexpensive. To get quick and certain relief from catarrh or a cold it is most important the medication goes directly to the inflamed tissue lining the air passages. That's the Hyomei mathod. Just put a few drops of antiseptic Hyomei in the inhaler that comes with every complete outfit, and breathe it you will feel better at once. It clears the head, quickly relieves the tightness in the chest and that choked-u- p feeling, all disagreeable nasal discharges, watery eyes and dull headaches surely cease. So certain is R. E. McRoberts of the curative powers of Hyomei for catarrh croup, asthma, and similar diseases, that he sells it onthe"No-cure-no-pay- " plan. KUtiKkKlS. BB i ) Barrerd m 91 iia Go. Mrs. J. S. Gilbert has beenj visiting in Madison. Mrs. Robt Long spene ajfew days at Coy last week. Mr. R. W. Sanders bought of Mr. Lige Ray six shoats for 6cts. Miss Willie Miles Ray spent Satur day and Sunday with Miss Barbara Kentucky Will sow Drills. accurately any seed from the smallest flax see to the largest cow pea. r-- 7 11-jlI- THl W. E. Creus spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Gulley. Little Lucile Sanders spent Monday ;, Mrs. J. M. with her Sanders. Mr. and Mrs. M' L. Sanders'of Crab Oi chard spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Ray. Mr. and Mrs. Walker Bradshaw and children spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. T. O. Hill. Mrs. Lucinda Gulleyj of "Lancaster, has returned home from'a visit to her sons' Mr. W. H. Gulley and Mr Hiram Ray. Mrs. Elizabeth Joseph and son Mr. Author Joaenh and wife ana Mrs. Marie Davis spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Miles. grand-mother- Gulley. Mr. and Mrs. autumn before to put it in commission i for the winter. 1 rammed my right haad down Into the pockets why I kDOW not and felt kid. Taking It out I found a pair of No. 0 lady's gloves. There was a slight odor of perfume about them that the odor of moth balls hnd not entirely destroyed. But perhaps this was imagination. Thinking that I might have some one else's coat. I looked at the maker's name. It was that of my tailor. There was no such mistake. Perhaps there might be something else in the coat. I put my hand Into the other pocket and pulled out n bunch of letters. They were not in envelopes, so I got no address. I put on my thinking cap to try to call up some reason for these articles being in my overcoat pocket. Where' had I been when spring was coming on? I had gone on a trip to the Panama canal. I had taken the overcoat with me, using It for the first few days. During the homeward voyage I had noticed a young lady traveling with her mother and a young man who was attentive to her. The girl I admired; to the man 1 took a dislike. On the evening before our arrival at New York I was seated near this couple. The wind was chilly, and I wore my f5 overcoat. Wishing to smoke. 1 went below for a cigar, leaving my coat on a steamer chair. Meeting a friend, I consented to go with him to the smokctLz,-T,ins;T2inr- ing room. I remained there till all had S3Z23 t turned In, then, remembering my overcoat, went on deck for it and found it In the chair where I had left it. My solution was this: The girl near whom I bad been sitting, feeling chilly. had put on my coat or thrown It over her. The fellow was a lover and had been dismissed. The girl's letters had been returned, and she had slipped them temporarily in the coat pocket. Having the doves in her hand, she slipped them in the other pocket. There were doubtless defects In this hypothesis, but it was the best I could form. It was supported by the fact that I had seen the lady go ashore and the man was not with her. I had envied him on the ship and wished that 1 was in his place, for there was something in the girl's ap pearance that appealed to me. I felt that it would bo very easy for me to fall in love with her. Now that 1 had property of hers in my possession. If I could find her. Its return would The Funniest Act in Minstrelsy. serve for an Introduction. But I was between two stools. I could only hope to find a clew to her whereabouts 30-A- 11 by reading the letters, which I had no right to do. If 1 did not read them 1 must remain ignorant as to who she' was. I read a few of them; but, gaining nothing, I refrained from proceeding further. A year passed, during wnlch X thought a great deal about the girl of for a single admission. Beginning at 7 o'clock excellent reels of the gloves, as I called her, but did not meet her. Then one winter whl'e at pictures will be shown. Curtain for the minstrel rises at o'clock. St Augustine. Fla.. strolling past a Remember the day and date. group on the beach, in one of them I recognized her. She did not notice me, and I walked on. but remained on the beach till ber party left It and I saw them go to a hotel The same evening I betook myself to the same BOOKKEEPING AWELCOME VISITOR. Business, Phonography hostelry. I watched for an opportuand where it is known, is a box of our TYPEWRITING nity to catch her alone and was re-- 1 sparkling ginger ale, orange soda or TELEGRAPHY warded one morning by seeing ber sitting on the hotel porch. Approaching WILBUR R. SMITH BUSINESS COLLEGE other of our carbonated beverages. If Incorporated ind Ssaassor to Connmul Mle; c! Iy. Eainnitj her uncovered. I addressed her: you have not jet tried any or all of has jeara of experienco in marcantfls Its "I beg your pardon, but did you not and PrMident buainws. also 3S yeara educating 10,000 banking them you don't know what a fine treat women for jwwsi. Cterfcnter now. and visit the Panama canal about a year A.! lr?sWiXmJK B. MUTII, Lexlnston.Ky. jou have been missing. Dcn't keep on ago? y and missing it Order a box "I did." she replied, looking at me commence enjoying vourself. ns she would at any Intruder who was trying to force an acquaintance. "And did you not one evening temporarily appropriate an overcoat lying on a steamer chair beside you to protect Phone 202. w rast.ivijii jou from the night nir?" take chances with your I owlsr "I did." "Then I presume these gloves be Bourbon Poultry Cure Is absolute and quick death to log to you." the ccrms of roup, colds and I banded her ber gloves. She took other Infectious diseases. A few drops In the dnnltinz water them and examined them, then said. kills the disease ccrms and pre"I have no remembrance of these vents sickness. One 50c bottle One cold, blustering day In I took my winter overcoat out of the bag where it b.ul been placed the ' Tin 1 N DO nm (Thanksgiving Night) Price & Bonnelli'-- s Greater New York AT THE LANCASTER Minstrels ' 9 9 This company carries the cleverest comedians, the best band and the sweetest singers that are obtainable See the Biggest act in Minstrelsy, the famous "MALDORA TROUPE," in a burlesque travesty on the famous spectacular pantomime, )10QTSL JuLOU DU i "HUMPTY DUMPTY" " Also "The Darktown Dramatic Club" Orchestra White Artists Italian Band and Street parade at 2 oclock. 4 8 TWO SHOWS TWO aW!!Y &' free. suss Wth J. to-da- Lancaster tling Co. Bot- - ' gloves." "That Is not remarkable, since It ! a year and a half since you put tbeui makes 12 gallons of medicine. At dmcirists, or by mail, postpaid. Valuable poniiry book I We Write Anv Kind of Jl l VfX. rsH wJv XSi if M fI 3 SI il I liVa aI filial ytxwG 9H A Neatly Engraved Visiting Card All Kentucky Drills have the immense advantage o( the low hitch, it has also a general purpose disk, being especially good in hard ground, crusty tough soil, unplowed stubble or root land. Equipped with chilled bearings which are simple and durable, drag bars of heavy high carbon steel, built of the best material throughout. Get our price and don't experiment with some new thing. Get the Standard of Drills, the KENTUCKY. Is I THE proper thing for a lady or gentleman to present nowadays, when making calls. Come and see what a beautiful line of samples we have and get our prices for 50 or more. B0UIB0N UHZDY CO., Uxliffaa Sj. in my overcoat pocket Perhaps this package" holding up the letters "may stimulate your memory." "What Is It?" she asked coldly. I withdrew Into my shell. "I think 1 must have made a misk yiwHsBj Sfw53arirJPB take in the person." I said, putting the my pocket and was about package into to walk away when she called to me: "Excuse me. but I mislaid a package of letters about that time." "Love letters?" AT.TKN "37" S895 "Have you read them?" DEALER in each e WE WANT a "Only two or three In order to dis- toun in Southern Ohio, adjacent territory in Vi. of entire irRtnia, Southern cover a clew to the ownership that I Kentucky to take onIndiana and LEWIS, State ALU our line of Kood, might return them." and METZ automobiles. Our cars SELJ. from and jou make Her manner changed. She remem- satisfy the owners,at $!!. This isMONL. chance a good &s;j up: alo one bered appropriating my coat but It for an established Auto Dealer to take on a or for had never occurred to her that she quick elhnjr line of popular cars, backing a live to (ret money and a HUSTLER Wnte business. might have slipped the letters Into the into a first with little class the quick for particulars to pocket temporarily. E. MOTORS COMPANY, The ice was broken. I learned from Xinth St., Cincinnati, Ohio. had been on the her In time that she eve of an engagement to the recipient of the letters when she learned some-- I thing to his discredit and wrote him for them. He had fouowed her on ner trip to the canal, taking the letters with him, and she had succeeded in getting them the night before aba reached New York. The next love letter she wrote mi Dealers Wanted INSURANCE Office at National Bank. Office over The National Bank of Lancaster. Ky. A. BEAZLEY & CO. Phone 27. a money-makin- tnes-KEN- Lt.P"""' to me. Becker, Ballard & Co PHONE 27. BRYANTSVILLE, Ky. 'central record Push. "Push," says a modern philosopher, "should be the big word In the vocabulary of every beginner. There is no such thing as ""pull" applied to bodies. The engine never pulls a i train, but pushes It the coupling of the engine always extends behind that ' of the car following and does actually shove It forward." But the pessimist will not be silenced he only BbifU to "Who's back of him?" EVERY FARMER SHOULD HAVE A SILO The kind of Silos that do not blow down, and last, are built of cement. We build cement Silos 12, 14 and 16 feet in diameter, Hereford Bull any height. Registered We have had many experienSEASON 1914. ces in this line and our work is the best. Write or telephone us at Stanford, Ky., Service $2.00 Cash. Two miles from Lancaster on the if you need cement work of any kind. Richmond pike. R. E. HENRY. PHILLIPS BROS, Stanford, Ky. Pdgt! 4 The Central Record', Wednesday Nov 25, 1914. H and 00 mn iVIVV VMVI IVVf 15 1M1MSuit or Overcoat Either one of the above prices will buy you a first class cut in the latest style and guaranteed to be all wool. We ell HART-SCHAFF- NER THE & MARX LINE LADIES DRESS SHOES AND CLAIM IT IS THE BEST TO BE HAD IN MEN'S CLOTHING. HEN'S FINE SHOES $3.50 TO $3.00 $3.50 TO $6.00 I CHILDRENS SCHOOL SHOES $1.50 TO $3. Our store is full of new, this seasons Clothing for Men and Boys. Shoes for every member of the family. Suit or Overcoat for Thanksgiving! HOUSE OF QUALITY. Get a new Jas. ct W. . Smith. "THE REX" LANCASTER'S NEW PLAYHOUSE TO BE THROWN OPEN TO THE THURSDAY EVENING Yale-Harvard LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. Comnu&t Hart Schaf fncr & Slarr . 3 . Bradley's nephew as an orator and stump speaker, as well as otherwise. Congressman A. O. Stanley is one of incorporated. the most gifted of Kentucky's present $1.00 a year. Weekly. Issued day speaKers, and a host of Democrats regarldes3 of the reputed opposition of ROBINSON. Editor. J. Senator-eleJ. C. W. Beckham and R. L. ELKIN, Business Manager. the disgruntlement of some in Senator would toss their Entered at Hie I'on Office In liiicaster. Ky. Ollie M. James' camp, hats high into the air at news of his. Mail Matter ns entry into the race. With McDermott Member Kentucky Press Association and Stanley only to make the campaign and for the Democratic nomination it Eighth District Publishers League. would, indeed, be a great display of high power oratorical pyrotechnics." Lancaster, Ky., November 25, 1914. Cromwell is exactly right and it will take a man of A. O. Stanley's type to on the Somerset orator. Rates For Political Announcements turn the trick Hurrah for Stanley! Offices . . .S 5.00 For Precinct and Citv 10.00 or County Offices 15.00 For State and District Offices SCHOOL DEDICATION. .10 For Calls, per line The new school building recently 10 For Cards, per line erected at Bryantsville, which is indeed For all publications in the interan honor to the community and a credit est of individuals or expresto that city, will be dedicated on Satsion of individual views, per 10 urday December 5tb. to which the publine A number of 05 lic is cordially invited. Obituaries, per line speakers and local talent as well, will be on hand end an interAnnouncements. esting program has been arranged for We are authorized to announce Judge this auspicious occasion. Dinner will Charles A. Hardin, of Harrodsburg, a be served to all and a profitable and candidate for the Democratic nomina- pleasant day is assured. tion for Circuit Judge of this, the thirteenth judicial district, at the August FOR COMMONWEALTH'S primary 1915. The Central Record f Please hand us that $ Don't forget the Circle Girls Japanese Bazar at Miss Rella Arnolds store, Saturday December 5th. have my Slaughter Pen ready and will kill your hogs at any time. Satisfaction guaranteed. Give me a trial. Dock Turpin. 1 WELL KNOWN LEXINGTON CARPENTER TELLS OF THE GOOD OF ANDES MEDICINES. 'HANDSOME RESULTS OBTAINED BY USE PUBLIC SOME MONEY. Handsome Structure A Credit To The City. out-of-to- f We are authorized to announce C. C. Fox, of Danville, Kentucky, as a candidate at the primary election in August, 1915, for nomination by the Democratic party as Judge of this, the Thirteenth Judical District, of Kentucky, to be voted for at the November election, 1915. ATTORNEY. Hon. Rodman W. Keenon of Harrodsburg was in Lancaster Monday mingling with the democrats of the county. He has bejn contemplating for some time entering the race for the democratic nomination for Commonwealth's Attorney and has finally decided to make the fight. His announc-meWe are authorized to announce Emappears in this issue of the Recmet Puryear of Danville, Ky., a can- ord. Mr. Keenon is one of the best didate for the Democratic nomination known and most popular young demofor Commonwealth's Attorney of this, crats in the district, having for several the thirteenth judicial district, at the years been active in the service of his August primary 1915. party. nt He is at present County Attorney of Mercer county, and formerly city attorney of Harrodsburg. Mr. Keenon is widely connected thruout the district and will make an active fight for the nomination uytil the polls close next August. He is well qualified for the position and his friends think he is in The last Thursday in November is the race with favorable chances to land the day set apart by this great country the nomination. of ours, for Thanksgiving day, a day wherein every man, woman and child should bow their heads in prayer to CIRCUIT COURT CONVENES. their Maker for the multitude of blessCircuit Court convened last Monday ings which He has seen fit to bestow morning with Judge C. A. Hardin on upon everyone of us. the bench and Commonwealth Attorney He has been good to us all, has causEmmett Puryear and County Attorney, ed the rain to fall upon the just as weil Green Clay Walker, at their posts to as the unjust, and yet how far we fall look Judge after the states interest. short of our duty to our Maker. A Hardin instructions to the Graud Jury great many people misconstrue the ob- were very interesting and impressive ject and purpose of Thanksgiving day. and he was warmly congratulated on all There are some who will take to the sides, many thinking and saying it was fields and shoot the unsuspecting quail; his best efforts and every word seemed many others for any kind of sport, fun to impress the jury to whom the ador frolic, of any nature, dress was made B. F. Robinson, Ihos. anything but the real purpose for which Ballard, Davis Sutton and Walter Davis day was intended. this were sworn in as deputies and each are Only a few, we are sorry to say, of performing those duties in an efficient thos-good people will meet at the manner, this is a Uiree weeks term Baptist church tomorrow, where the and no doubt all the time will be conser.ices will be held, and lift up their sumed before all the several cases are voices in prayer to their Master for the disposed oi. circuit oierK Mason, re many blessings and comforts showered ports 105 commonwealth cases. 90 old We are sorry upon them and theirs. equity cases. 16 equity anpearances. 40 to announce that this class of people old commonwealth cases and 9 common are so few and far between. We law appearances. The following jury should stop and think before we des- will serve during this term. ecrate this goodday. Celebrate it as it GRAND 3URY. should be and it was intended to be, a R. C. Clark, prayer and thanksgiving to our W. H. Lackey, day of W. B. Lackey. good Master for his goodness and kind- Ben Wilmot, David Rankin, ness to us through all the year. Let Jas. H. Dalton, T. S. Poor, us this year assemble and in humble J. T. Clark. Jeptha Onstott, submission to His will, offer up to the T. T. Burdett, B. N. Blade. good Lord, a prayer for His blessings. J. Q. Mahan, We are authorized to announce Rodman W. Keenon, of Harrodsburg, Ky., a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Commonwealth's Attorney of this, the thirteenth judicial district, at the August Primary i'i 1915. amu-emen- ts e PETIT JURY. Tom Cromweil in the Cincinnati Enquirer, has the following to say about some of the probable candidates for Governor. "Those Democrats who believe that the Republicans will make Edwin P. Morrow, of Somerset, their nominee for Governor, are saying with all earnestness that their party will seriously jeopardize its chances of success if it fails to nominate a man who is the equal of the late Senator William 0. J. D. Christopher, D. S. Swope, J. B. House, A. S. Dean Edgar Price, Wm. Marshbanks, C. W. Anderson, John M. Sanders, J. G. Doty, Jr. Porter-Rich- , F. P. Prisbie. J. F. Thompson, R. D. McMurtry, M. F. Ledford, J. C. Ballard,; T. C4Rankinj Jack Bourne Millard Johnson, John F. Prewitt, JimBryant; . . j J. B: Woods, J. P. Bland, - Geo. H. Lane, is'JoeCriscillis. The total receipts from the When manager Herron thows open foot ball game, which took piace in the Yale "Bowl" last Saturday the doors ot "The Rex" to the play- going public of Lancaster, on next yielded. $137,000 Thursday, Thanksgiving e veiling, there will undoubtedly have been opened in DOTY. Lancaster one of the most modern, comThe three weeks old infant of Mr. plete, and elegant little theater in thi and Mrs. Boyle Doty, died at their state. home last Thursday and was buried in The building containing the new the Lancaster cemetery Friday af n theater, is owned and was constructed Much sympathy is expressed to by Mr. L. E. Herron, of Lancaster. the bereaved family in the loss of their It is situated on Stanford street, one little one. block from the public square, is 80 by 100 feet, is built entirely of concrete blocks, three stories in height and is GOOD APPOINTMENT. beyond doubt, one of the most attractive Collector John W. Hughes, of Dan- as well as one of the most substantial ville has added another valuable dep- buildings in Lancaster. Mr. Herron uty to his list this time in the appoint- planned and superintended the structure ment of Mr J. M. Dunn, former cashn person, and neither time nor mean ier of the Bank of Bryfntsville and was spared to make the building, both who married Miss Mittie Dunn, who modern and substantial in every was county school superintendent of particular. The Fashion Shop offers every suit in this county for a number of years. He their store at absolute cost. Also big The lower or basement floor, is reduction in has assumed his duties as deputy co- equipped as a modern garage, with dresses and coats .' (By Wm. F. Miller., llector of the war txes, and will make sloping concrete floors and every equipa good man. ment known to the handler of automoFIRE AT DANVILLE. Several boys went to Stanford Fribiles, including provisions for an equalizStanford-Somersday to see the The new Center College Gymnasium game. ed temperature, both day and night, PRIZE TURNIP. Purchasers get the benefit of our 10 Big Thanksgiving Foot Ball Game at Danville was. destroyed by fire Tues- years above the freezing point during the experience in the business The The largest turnip we have ever seen most severe Thursday on local gridiron. Game day morning about 5 o'clock. weather. flames started in a lot of excelsior in Look for other bargains listed in next was brought into our office last week A modern lighting plant with latest called at 2:15. issue. Owners of farms who want to bv Mrs. L. F. Sowder. of the Spainey Messrs Seriene and Snum and Bro. the north end of the basement, and as sell should see us at once. improved dynamos and machinery, with there had never been any fire in that neighboreood and weighs seven and one a capacity 270 acres of land, located near Coy op. of 600 lights, is situated in Tinder visited our school last Thursday end of the building, considerable mystery ' Kentucky half pounds. It is of the purple top the river. In high state of culti basement and will light the entire morning and each gave a talk. surrounds the origin of the fire. The j vation, 105 variety and is perfect in symetry and acres in grass, S5 acres in structure. Miss Robinson, one of the High Sayre library was also burned. solid to the center. The awards for al The bottom land producing The third floor occupies the full floor School faculty will spend Thanksgiving corn every year . our prize vegetables will bo announced space of uiu uviijiiaoiuui v iiii-i- i sluuu uu Lilt; at on river, large, spien- the building as one room, and with relatives in Campbellsville, Ky. same site as the new, was destroyed by (Iwl snipping poir.t , in our next issue, when a years subsrpstMpnr, etftrtu unit ntfto,- is ellegantly adapted for lodge purFoot Ball Game One of the very lire about tnree years ago. The last cription to the Central Record will be poses, or necessary out buildings. as a lecture or concert hall. This farm best games of the season will be played one was erected at a cost, including awarded to the prize winners. ! produces well and is one ot the best Tha Theater which occupies the main between the Danville High School and equipment, of about $40,000. j bargains on our list. floor must be seen4to be appreciated. local High School on Price $75.00 per tomoirow (Thursi acre. OWSLEY. Fitted with all modern conveniences, day) Thanksgiving day at 2:15, 176 acres within one mile of Paint elevated floor, every seat in the buildBASEMr. Stephen E. Owsley, agad 67 From last Friday mording until alter Lick on L & N R. R. with good iming, commands a full an unobstructed years and one of the most prominent provements, land lies well and is fertile view of the stage, the indirect system Christmas, there will be no more Frifarmers of Lincoln county, died at his day morning exercises. This is done to within mile of graded jchcol. Worth of lighting, which sheds sufficient home near Hubble last Friday morning, the money asked $103 per acre. light throughout the building, without give the Grades and High School time after an illness of only a few hours, to begin on their Xmas entertainment. 85J acres of land on pike J mile from the usual glare accompaning theater of heart disease. Last Friday endea the 3rd months TO AID STARVING BELGIANS. good village 9 miles from Lancaster, lights. Mr. Owsley had been in his usual first class land, good improvements, 10 The main floor has a seating capacity school work, so far the school has as a The Denver Times of Nov. 19th con- room dwelling, well watered, health and had recently returned from whole been doing the very best of work, In the of 400 and a suspended balcony seats tained a picture of G. C. Fans Jr., old- famous "Camp Dick Robinson" a trip in the West. He had been along with only a few absences, and no sicksection. an additional 100. est son of Dr. and Mrs. G. C. Faris, Price $125.00 per acre. and consistant member of the Meth Exits and fire escapes are convenient- ness to amsunt to t. great deal. This formerly of this place. The picture Three cottage3 at the low prices. odist church and for a number of years ly and plentifully arranged throughout gives cridit to our modern and senitary wa3 a capital likeness of his handsome $1800., $2000. and$2100. had taught a class in the Sunday school building of which we are justly the building. A complete and thorough face, dressed in his baseball suit, and 200 acres good 'and, near Bryantsville School at Hubble. He is survived by proud. system of ventilation is in effect thrulooked very much like his uncle "Doo" well improved, large tobacco barn. If his wife, who was Miss Alice Oyer Miss Robinson's entertainment last Gill in his younger days. The young you want a money maker see this farm. street, and the following children. Mr. out the building. The stage accoutrements including Friday morning was yery much enjoyed philanthropist gives up his most covet- $70. per acre. Waiter Owsley, Mrs. W. R. Rice, of curtains, drops etc, are modern in every by the school and following visitors. No 491. 1S5 acres of high class land, ed possession to help feed the starving Louisville: Mrs. Isabella Henrv. of Miss Nancy Long and visitor Miss Chicago and Mrs Louis C. Conwell, of particular, having been designed by Sara Adams, Miss Pattie Anderson, children. The Times has the following 2 miles out, 2 large totocco barns, per acre, $120. Mr. H. Israel, one of the best decora concerning this young Kentuckian; Russell, Kansas. He was promently 493. Cottage and 56 acres of fertele tive artibts in his line. Mr. Israel Miss Mattie Adams, Mrs. Prather, Mrs. "Dad, I want to help the Belgians I connected in this county and was an painted the drops and scenery and also B. F. Wilmott. Rev. and Mrs. Tinder want to send some money to The Rocky land, large tobacco barm, all but !) uncle of, W. O. Walker, of Stanford, and visitor and Mr. Louie Tinder; Mr. acres in gras3. on pike in one mile of S. A. Walker, of Hustonville and E. decorated the inner walk of the Theater and Mrs. W. S. Carrier, Miss Lillian Mountain News and The Denver Times Price $120. per acre. and this also must be seen to be appre flour fund," said G. C. Faris, Jr., son Lancaster. M. Walker of this city. Services were No 494. Several pieces of splendid ciated. Mr. Israel will have charge of Kinnaird. Mrs. W. A. Price, Mrs. G. of Dr. G. C. Faris, 1044 Columbine St.. held at the Methodist church at Hubble P. Terrill, Mrs. J. B. Cox and Messrs when he came home from school yes city property for sale. last Monday, conducted by his pastor, the booking and the practical manage- Saum and Seriene. 496. 100 acres of land, mile from terday afternoon. ment of the new playhouse, and as he Rev It. H. Pollitt, interment following is "Well, son, I think all little boys Lancaster & Lexington pike, 4 miles a theatrical man of many years exin the Buffalo cemetery at Stanford. should help, but how do you propose to from Lancaster, good improvements, perience, knowing every phase of the PRINTED STATIONERY tobacco barn, do it," questioned Dr. Faiis. business," thoroughly, the playgoing "If you large of $100. per acre. well worth the trice A GENTLE HINT public may expect some splendid proFOR FARMERS. have any money send it down to The 497. 222 acres of fine land near LanNews or The Times". ductions from the new house. 555 caster & Lexington pike, splendid imEvery farmer who owns his farm "No, I haven't any money." confided provements, WILL YOU TAKE IT. Mr. Clay Pumphrey, a Lancaster at $90. per acre, boy, and an electrician, second to none ought to have printed stationery, with G. C. Jr., "but dad, you know the 493. 63 acres, improved, near Paint The manner in which those genteel in his line, will have charge of the his name, the name of his postoffice baseball suit and bat you bought me: Lick Graded School at $95. per acre. gunmen who deal in printers' supplies machine, a Powers 6 A model. And properly given. The printed heading Well, dad, I don't like to sell it, but I 499. 73J acres of rich land, right on have whooped up the prices on every- as his talent is well known to his home might also give the names of whatever know a Jkid' that's crazy to get that thing used around a newspaper office is home people, it goes without spying crops he specializes in, or his special- suit. Can I sell it and give the money pike, well improved, 2 miles of Lancaster, priced at $120. per acre and is simply klososterous. The ink factories that, "The Uniyersal Films" which ties in stock. Neatly printed station- to the Belgians?" worth it. have shot the price of news ink up to a will be handled by this house, will be ery gives you a personality and a stand"Certainly, son, sell it if you want No 50,1. 45 acres, new house on pike, point that makes Gilderoy's justly fa- shown to the public, to the very best ing with any person or firm whom you to donate the money to the Belgian near Bryantsville. Price $4,000.00. mous kite look like a sunken submarine possible advantage. write and insures the proper reading women and children." No 502. 90 acres, 170 yards from The paper barons act as if they thought It was an easy matter for G. C. Jr., town limits of Lancaster on Lexington The building is practically fire proof, of your name and address. their wood pulp product ought to bring Mr. Herron having spared no pains in If you wish to write to your Con- to find the "kid" that wanted to buy Avenue, unimproved, beautiful build as much as Indian bible stock. And order to make it as near so as possible, gressman or member of the legislature, his baseball uniform. It was not long ing sites, a bargain at $150. per acre. type! Why, you'd think type metal was even to using the conduit system of or if you have a request to make of afterward until his boy friend had 503. 245 acres, on good road, 1 mile composed of two parts radium and one placing the wires in the house, which your county superintendent of schools, been convinced that $5 the price of from pike, fertile land, highly improved part aurora borealis. Even "Skinny" was done by Messrs Flaig and Marks, or if you wish information from any a barrel of flour for the Belgian suGulley in his sealed bid for washing our of Danville, every wire being encased business house, in any case your letter ffererswas not afi exorbitant figure lies well, splendid water, susceptible of towel, quotes a figure 50 per cent high- in a fireproof tube, precluding the pos- will have increased weight and receive for the uniform and bat, and the deal division into two or three farms. $95, per acre. er than that quoted when we were sibility of fire from that source. more and quicker attention if you use was made. 504. 124 acres, on pike 1 mile from thinking of having it washed last yar. Last night The News received the $5 Lancaster, large tobacco barn, one other printed staeionery. At that, we could manage to ease thru Get the habit Come into The Record and G. C. Jr., had joined the hundreds beautiful level building site fronting BANKS CLOSED. this month if some, of our valued suboffice and have us print you 500 sheets of charitable persons who are anxious , pike. $110. per. aqpU J Jf scribers would kick in with a little of Tomorrow being Thanksgiving, which of good paper with envelopes to match. to relieve we suuenng in oeigium uiu r or iuriuer particulars write or can that emergency currency. Even a few is also a legal holiday, all the banks of It will be one of the best investments provide food for the starving women J on Hughes & Swinebroad, the real p I old fashioned dollar bills would do the city will be closed for that day. children. ' tate men. IlaricSster, Ky. you ever made. ter-eoo- Yesterday, the first day of thy Great lower limbs. I supposed this was the Andes in Lexington, brought a number result of la grippe and did not pay of callers, and among them was a well much attention to it until I noticed a known carpenter, Mr. M. B. Mays, of , swelling appear around my knee and 458 Michigan street. He says: ankles. This alarmed me and I again "As soon as I read in the papers called the doctor. He pronounced it that the Andes Medicines were to be inflammatory rheumatism, and he was sold in Lexington I was determined to ' right. What tortures I then had I have more of them. While working in cannot explain and nothing seemed to Youngstown O., I bad a severe case of help me. I sent to Brooklyn, N. Y., sickness and the Andes Medicines are ' for a special treatment that cost me what put me on my feet again. I am $10, but the treatment did not even only able to get a bottle of oil today, relieve me. ;My brother begged me but will have some of the Prescription several times to send for Andes Mediby the last of the week. cines but I was so disgusted with all One morning shortly after the Christ- medicines that I refused to try them. mas holidays I awoke with a terrible One day a neighbor called on me and headache, I used ordinary home reme- i stated that these same Andes Medicin dies but they failed to help. I took to es had cured her husband of rheumamy bed and the same day every bon tism. 1 knew how he had also sufferin my body seemed to ache, my ap- ed for a long time so I sent for him petite left me and my head seemed to and he corroborated what his wife had be bursting. I then called a physician said then I decided to try it. My and he pronounced my ailment a severe brother obtained the Remedies. They attack of grippe. He prescribed for cost me $3. I followed directions in me and after taking his medicine I taking them and we all watched results seemed to improve. After a week I with much interest. In a week I was able to move around and do light noticed the swelling had gone and altho work, but I felt occasional pains in my my pain was not so severe as former J ly still I could not use my limbs to walk around, but after two weeks I was able to hobble around the room. I continued to improve and inside of three weeks was able to walk some distance. It is really wonderful to think that Andes Prescription and Oil cured me in five weeks, yet such is the fact and I am ready to prove it." The Health Teacher was much pleased to receive this testimonial, as inflammatory rheumatism is known to be very hard to cure and this case proves what the Health Teaches has said right along namely: That typhoid and la grippe are invariably followed by some other complaint. Andes Prescription cleanses the system of all poisons, purifies and strengthens. Sufferers from rheumatism, catarrh, constipation, indigestion, kidnev, liver, stomach or blood troubles should at least try these remedies. Thousands of people have obtained good results from them. Then why not do as others have done and are doing. Call at McRoberts Drug Store and purchase a bottle today it will do you good. SCHOOL NOTES. NEW PROPERTY one-pie- LIST. ! SELLS BALL SUIT , i t- - '- -. The Central Record, Wednesday Nov 25 1914. X Page 5 Vyw J yirp SD1T AT 11 ifi .J r L f , .f T' J& V"..,A 5iiJ T Vf i Vtt V! W iLi . .x iU I. iV V ,iTi-- A J I 1. ss&Z' I'M i I J Sfi tor i' W W hJ sU Ii.ll i iiJe M For L l .law-aa- ai MW'm ' ' - if &fo Offers e One-Thi- 'I Overloaded on Suits and They Must Move. Prices Reduced. rTi".'lr1JMrCT ' j ' i The best ones always sell first. Do not wait. LS'k Mereantsle Gompaoy. mM" See them today. EXCLUSIVE LADIES OUTFITTERS. EeE55s5Ws rd Hitr Our Store will be Closed Thanksgiving Day. nMcsctajcxet aBMreB3H3;ssss355 raeascuet? , i S6 - fashion and one-piec- Shop. Gossip $ : 'll out s I iP20pI2 A Brief I m off the marked price on all Suits dresses now in stock. We are also receiving each week a choice selection of or.. :: II ;? 'ij:rs j' Tnose hitnt.on of the Comings anu Wt Are Interested In. 1 I Mv Plaid Silk Waists, Lace Waists, Etc., and shipments of the newest cuts in Suits and Coats from Bischoff, Sterne & Stein and from our resident New York buyer' Mr. Whaley of Paris was a visitor in Lancaster Sunday. i I uhe DC fashion DBG DG Shop. 9 hre ,: Mrs. Jonas Rucker of Richmond was for a short visit to friends. Mrs. J. M. Mount has been in Stanford visiting Mrs. H. J. McRoberts. Miss Minnie Brown is the guest of Mrs. R. J. Sellman of Nicholasville. P illv 6fn Ranges $26.50, Cook Stoves $8.00 to $ 9.50 Heaters $4.00 to $25. SHOT GUNS AT COST. wai BUGGIES utia. WE ARE SELLING J. E. Mount, Son & Co. yt:gig I 's I i i M s j "Mr. and Mrs. A ilbur Cunningham m leave shortly BY MRS. W. S. BAILEY McCreary, Ky. for a stay of two month? with friends Abbott announce the engagement of Pi in New York. their daughter, Helen Abbott, to George Burdette Harris, the wedding Ito take Miss Alma McAfee of Louisville will KERSHAW PIE. place quietly Tuesday, December 22. . spend Thanksgiving with Mr. and Mr3. The announcement of the engagement Two 1 cups of stewed and finely mashed Kershaw add W. D. Walker. of Miss Helen Abbott, will be of wide 1 egg. on all 1 tablespoon of flour, J cup of sugar and Mrs. Henry D. Simpson is in Lexing- interest to Southern people and her j marriage will be preceded by a number ton for a short visit to her mother Mrs. Beat well and add J teaspoon each of ginger, cinnamon and nutneg. of charming entertainments. Miss Mrs. Sarah Rayburn was called to W. S. Henry. enough rich milk to make a full pie. Bake with an under cnm. Abbott is a member of one of BirmingButler, Ky.. by the death of her little Mrs. Samuel Yantis of Indianapolis ham's pioneer families and she has atoi nephew. is here for a visit to Lancaster and tained great popularity here and elseBEGINNING, SATURDAY, The Chautauque Circle met on Tues- Garrard relatives. where on account of her beauty and day afternoon at the homeof Mrs. Fred Mr. S. B. Harris of Louisville will personal charm." OCTOBER P. Frisbie. spend Thanksgiving with his parents, ine announcement oi the engage Miss Tommie Francis is at home after Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Harris. My guess is Seed in the Mamment of Mr. Allen D. Henry, of Birm- a pleasant visit to Mrs. Banks Hudson . ingham, comes as quite a surprise to moth Pumpkin now on display in Record Mr. J. M. Layton, of Cincinnati, of Danville. nis irienus Here. Allen is a splendid Office Window. Mrs. Arthur Joseph has returned rived Monday and will spend afewday young man and holds a position of from a visit to her parents, in Chatta- with his brother, O. T. Layton. prominence is on" of the lsrgest banks j 1 nooga, Tenn. 3E Cecil Brown entertained at a party in that thriving Southern city. Miss Mrs. Nockie McGrath and son are in on Monday night in honor of Miss Sara Hughes was a frequent visitor at Crab Orchard and will be remembered by Sharpsburg for a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Adams, Miss Nancy Long's guest. Thomas Adams. Mrs George Bruce of Danville was many as a charming and Leautiful , young lady and Allen is to be congratu- -' i . Mr. and Mr3. J. F. Pettus of Spring- -' visiting her sister Mrs. James A. Roys- lated upon winning such a jewel. " The i $. field have been recent guests of Mrs. ton the latter nart of th n.iat. ironlr 'a i Birmingham News FIRE AT LOWELL. has the following James McCarley. CU'U. HNS IT IN TiilS C0LU3K. Miss Rella Arnold left Wedneday for j concerning the engagement; TV, J(i;iT CA., ..nn tiniii xuer I WV. siu.e tuuiu. 1.ttl iiii A inti Mesdames R. L. Elkin and J. E. Corbin where she will spend Thanks".Miss Mattip Lee Hughes will be its contents belonging to Mr. Speed wmwueuilivwwmMnM 1 in Louisville for a. giving with her sister Miss Mary Arnold marr.ea to Allen Duncan Henry at an , Ledford, Robinson have been wa? consumo I by fire last Fresh oysters and celery at Ball's. 3t stay of several days. The less to the builo: Mrs. Charles Hardin of Harrodsburg early hour the morning of Saturday, j Monday night. Mr. John Hunter of Crab Orchard will join her husband. Judge Hardin, I December 12th. Her engagement has Ing and stock is about $5,000, with Get my prices on Buggy Rug3. was the guest on Monday of Mrs. E. here for a stay at the Simpson House-- been announced by her parents, Mr. coma insurance W. J. Romans. and Mrs Samuel A. Hutrhes. P. Grant and daughters. ' . Mrs. Alex tiayton and daughter Miss Just in, a barrel of i kraut, at FAITHFUL SERVANT. of M'3S Mae, Mrs. Chas. Davis returned to herl Bessie, of McCreary, will be guests on The.manv I Ball's. uuuo " SUrpnStiU lO KOOW Oi her! The familv of Mr. Ii. H. Tomlinson OUgai emu Jjcuu iiciuco. home in Chattanooga, Tenn., Monday ThHnW.vimr .lv nf Mr orl o II Bee For bale or Kent;-Hom- e si-lot on marriage, wmen occureu yesieruay ere deeply grieved over tne recent after several weeks visit to her mother C. Sanders. l tie fieath of their faithful servant, Mary Water street. Apply to Harry Anderson I morning, to Mr. Jiiines liranaman. Mrs. Elizabeth Joseph. Miss Patsy Kinnaird of Hamilton wedding took plaee at the home of her Bates, who died last Sunday morning. COS1 in Miss Pearl Hr.idon of Decatur, III., College Lexington came home to spend parents. Mr. and Mrs. John Mag?, on She had Leen with the Tomliiifcon fam-- , I am the market for our turkejs came Wednesday for a visit to her Thanksgiving with her parents Dr. and Alta avenue. Dr. H. C. Garrison offi-- 1 Uy for seventeen years and that she and wi'l pay the h'Khi.st market price, t o-fttf- II. C. Bailt-y- . sister Mrs. Alex Walker. Mrs. Kinnaird. ciating. During the ceremony de- will be missed goes without, saying. I have a full stock of bugg rugs, Miss Katharine Mitchel will be the A crowd of young folks stormed Miss lightful music wau played by Mis She left a record for faithfulness and attractive guest of Mrs. R. E. Mc- Iva Pearl Hume last Monday night, it Lulu Bates, violin, and Miss Margante honestv, n example which her eolored Harness, Hor.--u Blankets an-- i Whips, V. J. Roman?, She was Roberts for Thanksgiving. being her 16th birthday. An enjoyable Merritt accompanying on the piano friends may well emulate. -- , Misses Bates and Merritt played "Call naried Monday afternoon. Denny who is now living time was had. Mr. Richard a suave your iriiii pruned scicn Me Thine Own ' during the ceremony, in the West is here for a visit to his Miss Elizabeth Anderson, who has and Mendelssohn's wedding march as tifically. Addtcsj H. Caldwell. R. R. Y8DNC FRENCH OFFICER Mr. James N. Denny. uncle had a good position as trimmer in one the couple entered the room. The No. 1. Lancaster Ky. Paoc Fnr HiC PaJnnlin Hornicm Mrs. W. S. Carrier will entertain this of the leading millinery houses in Car- house was beautifully decorated with i"" ?hu? " SUU " A, lik- Thursday evening in compliment to the lisle, came home Monday. ferns and yellow and white chrysantiiHir store at absolute cost. Also bic faculty of the Graded School. Miss Billie Wilkerson, who has been themums. In the parlor the palms and Lieutenant de FayoIIe, who fell at reduction in e dresses and coats. imCharleroi, fighting heroically at the Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Sweeney and visiting her sistar, Mrs. Forest Fitz ferns we e assembled to form an iff Wanled. daughter Miss Martha Ward Sweeney gerald, has returned to her home in provised altar, before which the bridal head of his men, would not abate a party stood. The brid-- ; was handsome feather of his "panache". His regiDanville Messenger. Lancaster. were recent visitors in Stanford. Wanted to rent a farm of about 100 in a traveling suit of brown broad- ment entered into action on August 22. A surprise social in the nature of a Mr. and Mrs, J. W. Acey of Stancloth, with hat to match, and carried In accordance with the vow which, acres. .Money rent. Can give satisE. B. Creech. ford were over Sunday with Mrs. Acey's Chafing Dish party was held at the a large bouquet of roses. if your coal bin is The bride with his young comrades, he had taken factory reference. home of Miss Lida Raney, the honoree Lancaster, Ky. parents Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hughes. is a most lovable young woman,' and on leaving the military school at St. being Miss Sara Adams of Kirksville. empty or even half friends by her acquain- Cyr, a few months before, the young numbers her W. B. Mason Jr. left this week to Forwent. Mrs. J. Rockwell Smith and little tances. She is an accomplished mu- Lieutenant put on white gloves to respend Thanksgiving with Mr. and Mrs. folly to full. My Property in Lancaster, Ky., on daughters,' Charlotte and Julia will sician and her playing has brought ceive his baptism of fire. When his Roy Asa Haynes in Hillsboro. Ohio. spend Thanksgiving in Danville with forth many compliments from the best section was given orders to charge Stanford Street adjoining Christian until you have wait Mrs. J. W. Sweeney entertained the Mrs. Smith's parents, Honorable and judges of classical music, She is a with De FayoIIe drew church for year 1915. Possession given the bayonet, members of the Womans Club on Wed- Mrs. Charles Fox. Mrs. E. J. Mason. to scrape up (he last great favorite in Danville and will be out from his haversack the white and January 1st. nesday afternoon at a most enjoyable missed, especially by her Sunday School blue plume which he wore on his shako Messrs. E. M Hardin, Sloan Eastmusical. scuttle from the bottom of the bin. Order For Sale land, Wm. Bonta, Jake Brown, Albert and church where she was a most on parade davs at St. Cyr, thrust it inMrs. Morris Dudley entertained a Tatham and Jeff Bradley, all of Harrods- 'faithful worker. Mr. Branaman is a to his campaigning cap, ard crying Sixty acres of land. 2J mile3 from now, get the benefit of lowest market pricss few friends at a well arranged six burg, were mingling wr4h the court day successful young business man of Wi"-dForward!' alvanced at the head of his Lancaster on Sugar Creek pike. Good oclock dinner at her home in the York Ky., in which city they will mak men. crowd here Monday. of delay on account of earlier and run no The white and blue plume made him, house, barn and plenty ot water. enaddition. their home. At present they are Herndon & Walker. Lancaster. Ky. Mrs. James B. Kinnaird entertained joying a bridal tour through the South. ot course, a mark for the enemy's Mr. J. B. Paxton of Stanford was orders. on Friday evening at a handsome resharpshooters, and he fell with a bullet Messenger. Danville called here by the illness of her mother ception at her home in Hill Court. The Kentucky Red Berkshire For Sale. Miss Magee is well remembered and throughthist forehead. His regiment Mrs. Alex Robinson, who is now some; invitation list included the ministers of I have 10 nice young boars for sale over here by many, all of whom wish j cherishes the plume and the memory what improved. j of a very gaHant death. the city and their wives, school trustees for her much joy and happiness. The name of They are from Anna Bell and Fancy Mr. and Mrs. R. E' Hughes and little and wives and the teachers of the Ijieuieuaui aiuiii ub ruyune- nas oeen Lady, the choice of ray herd, daughter Margaret Elkin Hughes of j Graded School faculty, Fresh oysters and celery at Ball's. 3t mentioned in dispatches. W. B. Denny, Lancaster Ky. tf Miss Agnes Miles will SIC- n Mrs. J. A. Amon is in Cincinnati under a specialist in regard to her eyes. Mrs. Ann Robinson is in Danville for a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Robinson. Mr. James H. Ware of Hopkinsvill0 was here Sunday to see his son Harry Ware. Miss Ella Thompson of Danville is the guest of her cousin Miss Hallie Brown. Alex Doty entertained a few friends informally on Friday evening atagoose supper. Mr. Alex R Denny, who has been j pj Louisville motored to Lancaster to ?&&&&m&&&zx3i confined to his home for several days, i spend Thanksgiving with relatives. was on tne streets this week, very Charles Dunn of State College, Lex- much to the gratification of his friends. itigton, is at home for Thanksgiving. We arp glad to announce that Mrs. Robert Tomlinson of State College Lexington is at home for Thanksgiving Jane Robinson, who has been quite ON ALL sick at her home on Richmond street. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Brown will be i3 very much better this morning and with friends in Somerset Thanksgiving. the rhnny friends of this good woman Mrs. S. P. Grant of Danville was the are praying for her speedy recovery. week-en- d guest of Mr. and Mrs, T. J. Drm't. wnrrv nhnpl hnT'inr vnnr "Ymnq . j- -.j Hats and Ghildrens Hats. j g Ready-to-wePrice. presents when you can attend the Jap Sale going on now. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Cotton will anese Bazar at Miss Rella Arnold's Thanksgiving in Richmond with and buy all kinds of beautiful ai.d spend handsome presents cheaper than vou relatives. can afford to make them. We will Mr. D. R. Todd has returned to his appreciate a call, Satuiday, Dec. 5th. home in Peru Ind, after a visit to rela- Something new. Circle Girls. tives here. The following from the Birmingham Mr. J. H. West and son Clayton of News will be of interest to his friends E533S&B3&BEE&3EB3EgS&aBS53&5a5333EBEl Nicholasville are with Mr. Alex West here, for no Doy has ever left Lancasit for a visit ter that has more friends than George 6 Mrs. John Ross and little daughter Harris, all of whom will heartily con- fil is Dorothy are in Richmond with Mrs. T. gratulate him upon his approaching q1 marriage. A. D. Jones. Knowi1 Womei1' as;i;;iaggre LM'iw-"- cl "hr lElite i.'tJ REDUCED SALEl ar aKwm&&&i i Trimmed Hats Untrimmed Shapes wygayvm IMRS ADA KINNAIRD. favorite JJecipes ,Qf W5 8 deduction J Tjrimmed jfcats 31st, 1914 S GUESSING COUPON. ffiella Arnold. )iii ezj: I in find See lis. I J I 1 M-- 1 frl3 -- ' AT I P.nm nur nrir.p.s. , Hn-t-n- rf. rn II...." J one-piec- For Filling Up i It's 1 ll-5.- tf ee risk Lancaster Lumber & M'fg Co. -- kmt( D - Pdge 6 The Central Record, Wednesday Nov 25, 1914. ' Madison To t-- v .MwmnBBWMiK j.fm!?$rrT!i7!w?Tri '.rrcirTrry-- n -.- "7 r. house 7 zzzzsEuzzsmrsssal will open for reception of Tobacco, Monday, November 80th. First Sale Wednesday, December 2nd. We Led the Richmond Market In Prices and Pounds Last Year. Capacity 250,000 Pounds Daily. We solicit your business. Free stalls for E. C. MILLION. PRES. teams, splendid lights, courteous treatment. C. H. VAUCHT, SEC. E. DEATHERAGE, TREAS. ' 5 iTfr p T;PJB1T Til WrTO SPECIAL ROUND TZIP FARES TO W I RORIDA-CUBA-HE- to all other resorts of the south. tickets on sale daily. liberal return limit, stop-ova:;d ORLEANS favorable er privileges. EQUIPMENT, SERVICE AND SCENERY UNSURPASSED ror Particulars Apply to Any Ticket Agent or Address The readers of this paper will ba pleased to learn that there Is at least one dreaded disease that science has been SIGN OF DANDRUFF able to cure In all its stages, and that is YODR STOMACH Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now known to the medical It Try This Simple Home Treatment. fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional If It's Upset Puta It Right and I disease, requires a constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inSurely Mrkes the H ir Soft, Fluffy ternally, acting directly upon the blood ! Ends Distress. and mucous surfaces of the system, thereby destroying the foundation of the disand Lustrcus, ease, and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting If you are one of the thousands who If your hair is not pretty, if it is nature in doing its work. The proprietors powso faith in cannot eat a simple meat without its losing color, too dry, matted, falling out havethat much offer One its curativeDollars ers they Hundred lying in the stomach like lead, ferment- or vour scalp itches, you can quickly for any case that It fails to cure. Eend if . for list of testimonials. ing and causing painful distress, sour- overcome all of these conditions at a Address: P. J. CHE.NET & CO., Toledo, O. Sold by all Druggists. 75c. ness and gas, do not delay but get at trifling cost and only a few moments Take Hall'at Family Pill, for constipation. once some a simgly prescrip- time. Jost get R. E. McRoberta from tion to be had at any druggist's that any drug counter, some Parisian Mi-o-Mi-o-- DON'T NEGLECT !to REMOVE EVERY $100 Reward, $100 wyvs. .&v7v72Li3rti-''tixrflsVs5jrtSV5raio,'visrx7- B. F. HUDSON, President. W. O. Rigney, As3't Cash'r. J. J. WALKEK, Vice Prest. Joe J. Walker. Jr.. Book-Keepe- r. w Si W. F. CHAMP. Cashier. ORGANIZED JSS3. ?e Citizens National Bank OF LANCASTER. KY. Capital $50,000. Surplus $40,000. Ii. C. BiNG, Pass'r and licke! Agssi 101 East Main St., Lexington, Ky. 1:1111 HM BUYERS TO SHARE IN PROFITS LOWER PRICES ON FORD GARS Effective from August 1, 1914 to August 1.1915 and guaranteed against any reduction during1 that time $490. TOURING CAR - $440. RUNABOUT $699, TOWN CAR ' O B. Detroit, nil cars folly equipped. !n ttie United ritntr cost in our purchasing and sales department if vre can reach an output of 300.000 cars between the above dates. And should we reach this production, we agree to pay as the buypr's share fnm $40 to SCO p. r car (on or about August. 1, 1915) retail buyer who purchases a new Ford car between August 1. 1914 and August 1, 1915. For further particulars regarding these low prices g and olan see profit-sharin- efficiency in our factory production, and the Further, we of America only.) will be able to obtain the maximum :tiini-mum MADISON ' GARAGE, RicimouJ, Ky. I fe 'I'W'Sv, TiSSIW 33 S -- W Utf .iv $i k) I 'unto I Automobi 62 OW35TER M ATTENTION. When in Lexington why not stop at a Garage where prompt and satisfactory services are rendered. We have the largest and best equipped Tire Repair Shop in the State "and our Machine Shop, which is modern in every respect is bandied by the best machinists obtainable. All our work is guaranteed and our prices are reasonable. Central 135-1- 38 Motor Car Co. South Limestone. Lexington, - - Kentucky. 8 at Richmond with L & N to Frankfort & Louisville; at Winchester with C & O to Lexington-& Frankfort, Mount Sterling & Ashland, at Paris to Cincinnati. No 71; 8:35 a. m. & Stanford connecting at Rowland, L & N to- all points South No 28; 11:04 a. m. connecting with L.& ItUYANTNVlUjK N tO'Irvine & Beattyville, Lexington Mrs. J. C. Williams and daughter, & Cincinnati, Middlesbero & Knoxville. No 70; ll:50a. m. Helen, will go to Louisville- Friday for To Richmond, connecting with fast a visit to relatives. Mt. Hebron Mr. Moore, the well known architect, train to Cincinnati. No 27; 2:09-p- . m. of Lexington, was here Tuesday to Miss Mollie Crawford of lioena Vista To Louisville, connecting at Lebanon draw the plans for the remodeling of attended preaching at this place Sun- the residence of Mr. J. Hogan Ballard. Junction, to Elizabethtown & Bowling day. Green, and at Bards town Junction to The many friends of Mr. Rufus Most Bardstowir & Springfiel . Mr. W. L. Grow sold some corn to are glad to know that he was. able to Messrs. J. I. Crawford and J. B. Dean No 9; 8:42'p m. return home Wednesday, after spendTo Stanford, connecting with fast at $2.50 per bbl. ing several weeks at Lancaster du:ing Miss Katie Sherrow entertained about his recent illness. He is getting along train to Bristol & Atlanta. fifteen of her friends at dinner Sunday, nicely. all enjoyed the day. Messrs Howerton, Gratz. and Bryan Mrs. Mary A. Sanders and daughter Ballard, of Lexington, were here for Miss Peachie May of Coy were with several dajs last week visiung Mrs. E. relatives in this locality a part of last H. Ballard. They were also demonstratweek. ing the E-- Auto tire pump, for which i he undersigned heresy g've warn r Rev. Laugdon and they have the state agency. ing to all persons not ta trespass upon Miss Bertie Euersole of Jackson are Judge S. E. Browning has- - sold his our lands for any purpose whatever as spending a few weeks'" with his daagh- - farm, containing 85 acres, for $120. per we will prosecute all offenders to ful ter Mrs. W. S. Bowling. acre to Mrs. Rhoda Wylie, of near 'est extent of the law. Hunters and. Miss Mary and Kate Sherrow spent Paint Lick. Judge Browning and fam- Fishermen especially take notice, ' Inc. TTTAnlr tnitl. Htin. 7..Hn U!....aa. n .. .1 ily will P.. L. Elkin. give posession first of January G. W. Elam. HWt WCCft tvillj .11133 VCTlUcl IICIWX rtlJU J. W Sweeney the Misses Coulters near Bryantsville and will return to Williamsburg to Ed & N B Price W. G. Anderson John M. Farra and attended preaching at Mt Olivet. reside. There has been quite a good deal of J. H. & W. S. Weavw. B. L. Kelley. ine sick ot this commanity are con B. M. Lear. valescing with the exception of Mr. activity here in real estate tbe last few S. C. Henderson, W. S- - Embry Jas. Hardwick who has developed a days notwithstanding the recent finan- A. J. Caddell, H. C. Arnold case of pneumoniia and is quite sick. cial stringency. Mr. A. T. Scott of Mrs. Pattie D. GUI. Jas. G. Conn. The Sunburn Band and prayer meet- Buena Vista, having traded his farm Sarah J. L. Hackley. W. B. Ray. ing will hold services together Thurs- of 110 acres, known as the Robinson S. L. Rich. Henry Moore. day evening at G:30. This will be a farm to Mr. J. C. Williams for J inter- J. C. Morgan. S.' E- - Owsley. Ballard. Thanksgiving service and all are ex- est in the firm of Becker, Ballard and A. N. will We add other names for 25 cents Co amounting to $7000 and $4,000 cash. pected to take a part. Mr. Scott also bought the residence of cash. Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Montgomery, Mrs. Matilda Bunt and daughter Miss Mr. J. H. Dean for $4,000 ond will take Bessie and sons Woodson and Ballard possession the first of January. Official Directory Of Garrari County. Sunday afternoon "Nat" the well of Jessamine and Mr. and Mrs. Robert known trained dog, owned by Bryan Circuit Judge sloti. Cnanes A. Hardin. Hunter of Hickman attended the burial Ballard was run over and instantly Commonwealths Attorney Hon. Emmet ?ur- at this place last Thursday. Jear. In the still and silent hour of the killed by an automobile. Witnesses of Circuit Clerk William B. Mason. the night when all was shrouded in me scene sam me car was going at a Master Commissioner W. H.Brown very high rate of speed, failed to blow Trustee Jury Fund Ben. F. Robiuso in darkness the death angel came and hovered over die home of Mr. and Mrs. the horn and that the accident could Official Csurt Stenographer Miss Sue She'bj Masou." H. F. Edgmgton and took from their easily have been avoided. "Nat" was County Judge C. A. Arnold. a familiar figure with every one who home circle Eliza aged 13 after a few County Attorney G. C. Walker. weeks of illness first scarlet and ever visited Bryantsville, and his feats County Clerk J. w. Hamilton. later developing into typhoid fever. were all well known, being a marvel to Deputy clerk Harry Tomlinsou. She was a dear sweet child, one of the everyone. Mr. Ballard had been offered Coroner C.J,A.A. Jones. Sheriff Robinson. few who always come with a smile. a large sum or him by a noted trainer Ieputy SLerift T. Ballard. of animals to be put in vaudeville, but Super luteudant of Schools Mies Jennie II si She was a regular attendant at Sunday gins. School and will certainly be missed by refused it. He was the subject of Assessor Dave Sanders. her teacher and classmates and she has quite a long sketch in the New York Deputy Assessor E. B. Ray. left a vacant place in the home which World a few years ago. Every child ir Jailer Dave Ross. never can be filled. Services were held the community as well as the grown Supervisor of Roads Cleveland Bourne. i at the church Thursday morning at 11 folks were deeply grieved to hear of Treasurer J. W. Elmore. MAGISTRATES. o'clock after which the sorrowing the accident. J. N. White 1st, Dlst. friends followed the little form out of Logau Ison 2nd. Dlst. the church and through the cemetery Despondency Due to Indigestion. JobuS. Hdm 3rd.Dist. for the last time where she was laid to lames Coldlron 4th. DIsl. It is not at all surprising thatpersbns COUNTY B.1ARD OF EDUCATION The parents and relatives have rest. the sympathy, of the entire community. who have indigestion become discourag Tnompa Arnold. Jr. 1st. Dlst. ed and despondent. Here are a few R. D UcMurtr). Slid. lUt. words of hope and cheer for them by O. J. Llendren. 3rd. Dlst. Klnir. 4th. Dlst. Remarkable Cure of Croup. Mrs. Blanch? Bowers, Indiana. Pa. Thomas f. t city of Lancaster; "For years my digestion was so poor "Last winter when my little boy had that I could only eat the lightest foods. Mayor L.G. Davidson. m croup I got him abottle of Chamberlain's I tried every thing that I heard of to City Juage J. P.J.Pratber. K. Rcblusou. City Attorney Cough Remedy. I honestly believe it get relief, but not until about a year City Clrk F. G. Hurt. M. Mount. City Assessor saved his life," writes Mrs. J.B.Cook, ago when I saw Chamberlain's adver- City Treasurer TohnF. Champ. W. tised and got a bottle of them, did I Chief Police Indiana, Pa. "It cut the phlegm and I.E. Herron. find the right treatment. I soon began CODKCILMEN relieved his coughing spells. I am to improve, and since taking a few J. H. Daltou Parker Gregory. moat grateful for what his remedy hvs bottles of them my digestion is fine." W. M. Zauone. Sim Cotton. ' -& done for him." For sale by alldealeii. For sale by all dealers. lm. Dr. J. A. Amoq. w.O. Goodlne To Maysville, connecting Ml-o-Mi-o-Mi-o-J-- quickly and effectively ends indigestion and corrects bad stomachs. You must not allow your upset stomach to go from bad to worse for there will surely be longer periods of food fermentation causing greater agony, more gas, sick headache, unrefreshing sleep, "blue spells," and nervousness. A few tablets are just what you need. Use them freely at the first sign of distress. not only quickly ends the misery, but helps to unclog the liver and strengthen the stomach then your food is property digested. is not only inexpensive but R. E. McRoberta sells itwith agreement to refund the money if it does not give satisfaction. or Sage, a most helpful and invigorating tonic that supplies every hair need. It is easily applied, absolutely harmless-anis as inexpensive as it is beneficial. Improvement begins with the first application, for Parisian Sage not only nourishes the hair roots but stimulates your hair to grow long. .tick, soft, fluffy and lustrous. It immediately removes every bit of dandruff and stops itching scalp. Be sure to get Parisian Sage for there is no other so effective and this will surely give your haw new life and beauty. L. &N. Train Schedule At Lancaster, Ky. This bank is supervised by the United States Governmen. Your deposits are thus guarded; safety should be first in all things. Deposit with us, and you can nelp us, and we can help you. Make this bank YOUR bank. Arrive. No 10; 5:00 a. m. THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Capital A. R 50,000. Surplus $30,000. Sv C. JENNY. President J. E. STORMES, Vice Pres't. DENNY, Cashier. Book-Keepe- R. 1 Jmbry, Asa't Cashier. J. L. Gill. r. Safety Deposit WE SOLICIT Boxes For Rent. YOUR BUSINESS. Samual D. Cochran, Alex R. Denny, J. H. Posey, J. E. Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. POSTED Diaw A Check grand-daughte- ' for the money you owe and note how much more respectfully your creditors regard you. They like to do business with a man who has an account at the Garrard - Bank & Trust Go. They know he is doing business- in a business like way. Better open such an account even if your affairs are not large. They will grow all right. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company ii l mt, 't;fa' 'iif i,f- - $. ,tdigi5i e AJ SBBBBBBBBBsVJHsflRs Cannot burn never leak look well and are inexpensive. They cover the best homes, churches, schools and public buildings all over the country. For Sale by if Local Contractors or Cortright Metal Roofing Company, 50 North 23rd Street. Philadelphia. 1 Dakota Jack's INDIAN REMEDIES zaj& 9 ssStlssssPv? JHE3sy.BSsssssssw. sEssssTssbbIbbbbbbbbbbbi FbbBbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbb! have made his name famous all over the United States and Canada. Composed-oRoots, Herbs, Barks and Berries. For treatment of Human Diseases. f 1 5 Days' Treatment, Pursley'3 Indian Herbs $1.00 25c Dakota Jack's Cowboy Liniment 25c Dakota Jack's Creme Soap, Price 10c, 3 bars nLI. ON SALE AT I DAKOTA JACK Tbe Northwestern Cowboy ORIOIHATOn OP C. C & J. E. Storaes and R. L McRecerts. PURSUITS INDIAN HERBS .&- - . c. it a'Ai .i , Js The Central Record, Wednesday Nov 25 1914. SUNDAY Lesson IX. Page 7 SCHOOL. Fourth Quarter, For Nov. 29, 1914 SERIES. 22-3- GRAND OPENING OF THE NEW THEATRE i J"JCtu THE I INTERNATIONAL Text of the Lesson, Mark xv, 25-2- 7 1 fefekbfei Memory Verses, Golden Text, Isa. ini, 4 Commentary Prepared by Rav. D. M. Stearns. We have seen our hlessed I.nnl in the hands of the band who arrested Iliui; hi the hands of the religions hypocrites called chief nriets and scribes and elders; in the hands of the Uonian governor, who chose to please the people rather than do what he knew to be right, and now lie is in the hands of the soldiers whose orders are to kill Him. They crucified the Lord of Glory (1 Cor. ii. Si. They had no pity, and lie could truly say. "1 looked for some to take pity, but there was none, and for comforters, but I found none" (l's. lxlx. 2J. 21). Let us consider Hiiu in the hands of the soldiers, and through it all let our hearts keep saying. "Kor me. all for me. that I. redeemed by His great sacrifice, might learn how lo bear something for His sake and lie content to be killed all the day long." See the whole band gathered about Him. clothing Him with purple, crowning Him with thorns, putting a reed iu His right hand, mockingly saluting Him as king of the .lews, smiting Him and spitting upon nini. Then they took off the purple and put His own clothing on II I m and led Him out to crucify Him. and He. bearing His cross, went forth (verse 20; John six. 17). Imagine, if you can. what it meant to have clothing roughly put on and removed from a scourged back and to have a heavy cross laid upon it. Did you ever take a piece of cloth from a wound unhealed? Then think of Him. The story of Simon the Cyrenian compelled to bear the cross His cross seems to indicate that Jesus either stumbled because of weakness or fainted under His heavy load and sufferings. Simon was coming out of the country into the city, but had to turn back and bear a little for Christ's sake. When we are turned about in our plans or compelled by adverse people or circumstances to do differently from what we had intended it will help us to remember Simon and say. "Amen. O Lord." It is recorded in Luke xxiii. that a great company of people and of women followed Him, bewailing and lamenting Him. and that He said to the women, "Daughters. of Jerusalem, weep not for me. but weep for yourselves and for your children." and He told them of the terrible days ahead of them, which days and things in due time came upon their city. Even more terrible things such as never have been or ever will be again are awaiting this world, but few believe it (Matt. xxiv. 21; Zeph. i. ill, S: Isa. xiii, Luke also tell us in the same passage that there were two malefactors led with Him to be put to death. Thus He was numbered with transgressors (Isa liii. 12). and we must be contented to be so numbered for His sake. If we will let Him live His life in us we must be content to suffer with Him and to he miscalled, misjudged, misunderstood, falsely accused and in every way ill treated for all who will live godly in Christ Jesus shall suffer persecution (II Tim. iii. 12). They came to the place of crucilix-iothe place of a skull, called in Matthew. Ma:k and John "Golgotha" and in Luke "Calvary." and there they cruciiied Him. on either side one of the malefactors and Jesus in the midst. Never did so few words have such awful significance. The Son of God. the Holy One of Israel, treated as the vilest criminal, but it was for us He suffered, let each one say "for me." and consider, if you can. the cost of your redemption. It was all foretold, the pierced hands and feet, the parted garments, the casting of lots and all else (Ps. xxii. Isa. liii and elsewhere). Though God foresaw it all. that did not mitigate the guilt or cruel hands (Acts ii. 23; Iv. 27. 2S). He was crucified at the third hour, or !) a. m. (verse 2."). The passersby railed on Him. the chief priests and scribes mocked Him, the soldiers also mocked Him and offered Him vinegar, and they that were crucified with Iliui reviled Him (verses One of the Luke xxiii. two thieve repented and went to Paradise with Him that day (Luke 27-314-1- S: n. 23-3). &. BOB Cs. 3 AT LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY. Big Burley 8 2 I South Broadway. I iiirsdav, mmm im p i Ik in great- est Place To Sell. C. C. THANKSGIVING DAY. Opening with one of the famous players est Production, PATRICK, Manager. J. D. Clark, Assistant Manager. J. F. JTtUM ill & J9$ cele- Walton, Assistant Manager. Featuring Little Miss Mary Pickford, the brated film favorite. 3L; 3sJL1.zxsls PRICES: 5 s and 10 Cents. ma essRaxasg lHHHHJIHHBHBHHHIflH L . HERR0N. Manaaer. 9 WSMSHBOBBEmsa , Sell your Tobacco at 1 i fef ILsillLla TftiSaPPfs b i h II h y U i H i i f- al i a u K p' 5 ! a H fciteSa Having sold my farm, I will on j j rasR I beginning at 10 o'clock a. m., at iny farm near Buena Vista, Ky., sell to the highest bidder, the following property: About ss-- I OllPSfiail BI&AI Jyii&Z 9 ". I h !lh Apfl 9 9iA m IIEIISE No Drayage for Buyers. HARRODSBURG, KENTUCKY. Near.the;FreighttBepot. w 1 Railroad Switch. & Up-To-Da- te xxiii. 40-1- 3). $500 Mrnk of 06i ircnanaise9 consisting of Men's Pants, Plats, Shoes, Gloves, Tinware, Groceries, Patent Medicines, Show Cases, Oil Tanks, Etc. 2 sows and pigs; 3 good brood sows, heifer; 2 good 900 pound, steers; yearto farrow in March; work mare; 1 pair work mules; 1 good aged ling Jersey bull; 1 good mare; 25 head of good ewes; 1 extra nice brood and work horse; 100 barrels corn in crib; 100 bales of extra good Timothy hay; 250 shocks of Fodder; 1 good Deering Binder; 1 Kentucky Wheat and Fertilizer Drill, good as new; 1 1 20 extra nice 60 pound Stock Slioats; exrra Poll-Angus r wagon; 1 hay frame; 1 Brown-Manle- y 1 Riding Cultivator; 1 h 1 Little Gem Hay Baler; 1 No. 13 Wood Beam Vulcan Plow; 1 hog Cultivator; Roll Poultry and box; 4,000 new tobacco sticks; 100 rod of wire fence; 1 ten-ro- d good oak farm gates; 1 pair of 600 pound platform scales; Rabbit fence; 3 extra 1 pair small platform scales ; 1 set of new wagon harness; 1 grind stone. Superior Disc Drill; corn planter; 1 1 cutting harrow; 1 two-hors- e two-hor- se A-flarr- five-toot- With hands and feet nailed to the cross, without baptism or any good works, lie believed, confessed Christ, and went to glory. There was dark-ues- s from the sixth hour to the ninth hour, and at that hour He died. Then was the vol? of the temple rent in twain from the top to the bottom, the caith did quake, and the rocks were rent, graves were opened, and after His resurrection many bodies of the saints arose and appeared to many in the holy city (verses 37. 3S; Matt, xxvii. These probably went with Him to glory. Fail not to notice with much prayer His seven sayings from the cross recorded in Matt, xxvii. 4ii: Mark xv. 34: Luke xxiii. 34. 43. 40: John xls. These texts do not give them in the order of utterance. The first is forgiveness, the second is glory, and the third covers all that we need while here on earth. Each of the other say-'ng- s has Its message for our hearts. ). 2S-3- Equipment. Open Day and Night. DAILY SALES. Steel g Construction, Automatic Scales, Hydraulic Screws. We Courteous and prompt attention to our customers at all times. recognizelhat your prosperity means our success. T.1SL0AN EASTLAND, REPRESENTATIVE. V-Pr- es S3M3l-'S3- i Wm. Spillman, Pres. Lee Bissett SSTTED OTKSESEUI We will begin to receive on the 25th Three Hog Oilers, best invention of the age, see them and buy one on day of sale. forks, hoes, rakes gear, shovels, diggers, etc. TERMS Made known on day of sale Lot of pitch CASTOR I A Tor Infants and Children. of November. 1st sales December 2nd. "3 Kind You Have Always Bought A. T. SCOTT, Buena Vista, Ky. vto- "oars the c&y. -- ,v& Page 8 The Central Record, Wednesday Nov 25 1914. H. C. Bright, Pres. J. S. Price, VicePres. 5. "M" MiiM. Allen Hieatt, SecTreas. r We once more solicit your business for our Warehouse in full for the season of 1914-1We are better able to serve you than ever before. Our office and floor men are men of large experience in the loose leaf warehouse business. Col. R. E. Holland "Dock" the celebrated Auctioneer, will be with us for the season. This will be good news to tobacco men everywhere. "HE GETS THE PRICE." Our floors are equipped with the finest Automatic Scales in the county. Come and see them work. A mistake cant be made Our Opening Sale Tuesday, December 2nd, 1914. Danville Walnut Street. . i Tobacco I Warehouse Company. Incorporated. i Danville, Ky. - Wanted. vir w tH kshtsX few- -. " CARDS. HAMMA.CK I Information as to whereabouts of Amelia Murphy (colored) if living, or if dead as to her relatives, G. B. Swinebroad, Atty. Lancaster, Ky. DAIRY and CREAMERY MAKING A HAND US THAT DOLLAR. isSI Our garments are old, and tattered Good Eight Room Brick House and and torn; the soles of our shoes are shockingly worn; the crown and rim Store Room, for Sale. Cistern, Well, Hydrant, Barn and all are most gone from our hat; our cupNecessary Out Buildings. board is empty-no- t even a rat would stay round for fear he would starve, or For further information call at that we might think him a good chance chance to carve; and yet we ask noth ing but what is our due; and if we but Barber Shop. had of sir from this sad tale of woe that we sing, we'd D. . joyfully shout and live like a king. GOOD BUTTER. Henry Duncan's Wm. you-inste- Some automobile agents tire you with tire talk.' We don't. We prefer to let the tires talk for themselves. The proofs in the service they give. at Rainey s Livery Stable. Lancaster, Kentucky Office Pryor, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. Process if Cleanliness Is Strictly Observed. Making good butter U easy if the cow owner gives his animals pure water aud the best of feed. He must keep the milk clean and free from foreign odors from the time It Is drawn from the udder till it is churned, writes H. A. Bereman In Kimball's Dairy Farmer. He must keep his cows clean and if they stand iu stalls wash the udders, teat 8 and flanks before milking. He SimpU FINE HERD INFECTED. Twenty five head of the show Herd of Elmendorf Stock Farm to the National Dairy Show at Chicago, where they have been quarentined, have become infected, but not seriously, with the foot and mouth disease. This was the information received by C. H. Berryman, manager of Elmendorf: The infelted herd is valued at $50,oOO, and comprises the cream of the Jersey cattle imported by thp late J B. Haggin, owner of Elmendorf, several years ago. The herd sent to Chicage aggregated twenty-seve- n head, and it is believed that two of them have escaped the disease. Jersey cattle sent from Born to the wife of Sam Tankersley a girl. Born to the wife of John Tankersley a boy. Mr. Ira Hawley's baby died last week with pneumonia. Mr. John Tankersley and wif are visiting Henry Tankersley. Mr. Jack Mnnuel sold his farm to his neighbor Mr Mitchell for $1700. Mrs. Mary Hammack has been quite sick but is much better at this writing. Miss Nellie Beazley has been visiting in Madison among relatives for three weeks. Misses Lizzie and Nannie Tankersley visited Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ramsey Saturday and Sunday. James Carr and Owen Gillispie have rented the George Beazlev farm, now belonging to W. H. Furr. Mr. Sam Scott of White Hall Ills, and Mrs. G. W. Hammack of Greenfield Ills, are visiting their aunt Mrs. S. E. Hammack and other relatives at Cartersville, Paint Lick, Lowell and Lancaster. Suppose you try us out STANFORD. A. G. Eastland, bf Louisville was here this week. Deputy Sheriff Willie Doc Drye has been quite ill for several days. Judge J. F. Menefee, spent several days in Frankfort this week on busi ness. Miss Grace Fields attended th.e teachers meeting at Crab Orchard Saturday. Mrs. A. C. Hill is tha guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Mershon at more miles without punctures and more miles without buying new casings. And did you know that our garage service is as efficient as the tires we carry? You'll have less tire troubles go if. W. Morrow, Olauees Kitted. Sutisf action Guaranteed. Graduate Opticiat and THE NEW Opposite Post Office. Barber Shop Bath In Connection. SHALL FARmIrToTS FOR SALE. I have sixteen acres of land, g-on frontin- P. L. CONN'S (iARAGE Lexington Street. J. E. Seale,Prop Lancaster, Ky. Honakers Fine Cut Flewers. pike, within six miles of 3 county seats, close to school and churches, which I will sell as a whole or in lots of two acres or more Also 3J acres, fronting on pike, has spring of everlasting water. Possession at once. Will sell on easy terms. G. B. Swinebroad, Lancaster, Ky. tf. Somerset Red Polls are a dual purpose breed of cattle. The adherents of the breed do not claim the cow will equal or surpass In dairy production the special dairy breeds, nor do they claim they will equal or surpass the special beef breeds in beef production, but they do claim the cows will produce milk in pay-iquantities and that tlic steers make an excellent quality of beef. They are easy keepers, strong and vigorous. The Red Poll cow shown is a typical specimen of the breed. ns i&SRSRSRSR SR. SkSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSR M hCO- - John M. McRoberts IIMIHMtBOIMMqCOOMMIOgOQOOOmOU Ss FAST ,'r3 f i. r?0 YTER SERVICE - TO S SWJ p.-- 5! '.! W4 VZl l rs ft W ft - ? r) -. ?3v l$ 8 !i W. M. ELLIOTT, Physician and Surgeon LANCASTER. KY. Office Phone 6. Residence- Phone 220. - rAKlUEK S LULUIT11AI I .r& "; Vi: w K fcvj 73 'wl 1 SOUTHERN RAILWAY rrurit.-- Carrier of thoSou:h "57. LCJI5 SPECIAL" Hin-ek-s'.stG- el A. OBlce Hourfc in to l'J 1 p. m. to 4. ?? "j' wfflce West Side liexiiigron street ripitct' tie low this heading In for tne exclu-tv- e us of onrfnrmer subscribers, and Is for will profit by the use of a covered ine srtle of stuck, gram and such things on milking pall, into whose wire-- screen farm as the Inrmer ennuot afford to adver- top Is packed a wad of sterilized abtise. No notice will oe accepted over four sorbent cotton. lliif". Mid will be only In two tBm.es of the All milk vessels must be sterilised k 'iRn. f rrf of charge B- - IT- Phone 65. "WALTKt FOR SALE::A few Plymouth Rock Roosters. Mrs. Edd Grow. Phone 50 G. Wanted to buy a couple cat1 loads Henry & Wood. Paint Lick. o-- f DENTIS7'. JO equipped train; through Drawing-roc?l.::.t.u: Sleeping Cars to Ashevillo and Jacksonville. m J 53 Lancaster, Ky. of corn. t r Ky-FO- lcH JaEL rOA.CHES-N- DINING CAR SERVICE All Electric Lighted EV M. J. PATRICK. Dentist Kentucky R sALE:-- I have 16 bull calves. will sell worth the money. C. H. Collins. 1 McCreary, Ky te'i t' fi I -. Other Famous Southern Resorts Savannah Charier ;on Summerville CclurL;a jgusla -- Paint Lick. J. Frank Thompson, who lives about four miles from Lancaster on tha Crab Orchard pike, has 26 stock ewes for ale, that will lamb in February. F. L. Thompson, of Preacbers-villhas 12 nice meat hogs that he will sell worth the money. Mr. e, Very Low tiomeseeKcrs' - 1 --- . xursioa Fares Stopover and other special features. rarss Winier xouriat svu TTTA T X. . - JL fT A. Beazley FUNERAL DIRECTOR Office Over National Bank. Residence Phone 3. Office Phone 27 LANCASTER, KY. For information as to schedules, fares rnd through sleeping iCJiS CZjJ car service communicate wiuj your mcai uguub, ui r B. IT. TODD. District Passenger Agent Starks Building, Louisville. Ky. 1 uh FOR SALE:-Two-I00- 0 Good quality. pound steers. J" T. Pope, Marksbury, Ky. foSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSR 5F Office: Office HoursiDotal Surgery. & - loBBty Coart Days. H. K. Denny and W. A. Heeler TVoEfe I RICHMOND, KY. SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS A TRAINING Doctors Of Stormes Bnildlngovei Hurt son's Furniture Store. Ander LANCASTER, KENTUCKY; X. Victor Bogaert Co. - Leading Manufacturing , Courses leading to Elementary, Interpiediate and Life Sute Certilicates. Valid in all Public Schools of STenO tucky.' Special Courses and Review Courses !Ta&a5 Free to Appointees. Two splendid dormitories, new model school, new manual training building, practice school, department of agriculture, a well equipped ermnasium. Domestic Science. First Tern begins September 7. Becond Term November 16, Third Term, January 25, Fourth Trm Anril 5, SummetfTchbol opens 0."cKABHDftlUent. June 14, Catalogue Free.; Jewelers&lmporters 133-13- 5 West Main St. j. Lexington, -:- Kentucky. New York, Brussels, Belgium. Richmond, 1st. Monday. Paris, 1st. Monday. Frankfort, 1st. Monday. Harrodsburg, ltL Monday. Lexington, 2nd. Monday. Stanford, 2nd. Monday. Shelbyville, 2nd. Monday. Carlisle, 2nd. Monday. Danville, 3rd. Monday. Lawrencebotg, 3rd. Monday. Nicholasville, 3rd. Monday. Mt. Sterling, 3rd. Monday. Somerset, 3rd. Monday. Georgetown, 3rd. Monday. LANCASTER. 4th. Monday. Winchester, 4th. Monday. Monticello. 4th. Monday. Versailles, 4th. Monday. dally with steam or boiling water and sunshine, or they will gather odors that will show up In the butter. With two or more cows you should churn at least twice a week. Cream should be heavy and fresh, but ripened thoroughly so It has a pleasant sour taste. Unless n separator is used the milk should be cooled to Iwttveen 40 and CO degrees as soon as milked and aet aside in cans or crocks where It will keep cool and where there will be bo contamination from bad odors. to It may be skimmed twenty-fou- r forty-eighours after betting, and if not enough is collected at one skimming the cream should also be kept cold until ripening time. Ripening Is accomplished by heating the cream to 80 degrees and adding a "starter" of aonr milk or choice buttermilk. The character of this starter will govern the flavor of the butter. In twenty-fou- r hours from starting the cream will be nicely clabbered; It should then be cooled rapidly to 56 to 62 degrees and churned at that temperature. Cooling is done- - by placing a can of cream or milk in a tub or barrel of cold water and stirring the contents slowly four or five minutes. Ice can be used to good advantage, but plenty of pure, cold water Is Indispensable. Use a barrel or box churn. Do not let the butter form into 'a solid mass or lump. Stop churning when the grannies are the alze of wheat grains or less. Draw off the buttermilk through the spigot straining It with a horsehair sieve. Nearly fill the churn "with very cold water, turn it over three or four times slowly and draw off the water. Add more cold water and repeat until the water comes away clear. Add an ounce of choice dairy salt to the pound of butter and work it slightly, but not enough to break the granular texture. Pack Into tubs, crocks or mold Into prints and keep cold until itepubcJ ht Mrs. J. E. Buck, of Gilberts Creek, spent Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Mattie Nevius. Lester O'Bannan, who is attending school at State University is at home for Thanksgiving. Miss Virginia Mahoney, of Minneapolis. Minn., is here with her grandmother, Mrs. Mary Penny. Judge Pugh, wife and daughter, of Vanceburg, are the guests of his daughter, Mrs. D. M. Walker. Mrs. Marvin Adams has returned to her home at Lexington, after a visit to her mother Mrs. Annie Newland. Mrs. J. B. Fester delightfully entertained the Rook Club on Tuesday afternoon at her beautiful country Everything for Orchard. Lawn and home. Garden. Wednes-sh- e Mrs. Bettie Caldwell left day. for Louisville, where will Write for free Catalogue. No Agts, spend the winter with Mrs. Julia 9' Hardin. & Sons? Thanksgiving services will be held at Dr. M. D. the Methodist church. Lexington, Kentucky Early, patsor of the Baptist church Nurserymen since 1341 will deliver the sermon. The protracted meeting at the Methodist church which began Sunday night is being attended by large crowds at each service. This meeting is conre ducted by Rev. W. S. Clark, of who is a fine evangelist Lee Perkins purchased last week the coal yard near the depot of E. B. Den-haMr. Perkins ha3 recently completed a business course at Wilbur R. Smith Business College at Lexington and it is hoped that he will made good in his new business. Editor E, C. Walton, wife and daughter. Miss Lucy Lee, arrived Monday night from Orlando. Fla., and are the guests of Mrs. G. B. Cooper. Mr. Walton has sold out his interest in the paper at Holando on the account of his health, and has returned to Kentucky to make his home. It is likely to be will go back in the newspaper work. His host of friends are giving him a hearty welcome. Circuit Court which had been in session here for three weeks ended Saturday at noon. A number of case3 were disposed of at this term. The graud jury turned in quite a number of indictments. One of tbe cases to create quite a lot of excitement was the school trustee case of P. M. McRoberts vs G. L. Penny. The school election was held last May. and Penny won by ohiy a small majority, due to a number of illegal votes that were cast, Mr. decided to have the election contested., for he was confident that he was elected if the iflegal votes were put aaide. Mr. Penny also claimed that illegal vote3 were ca3t on the McRoberts side. All the local lawyers except G- - D. Flqrence, were attorneys for Mr. McRob,ert3 who is one of the moat able attorneys of Stanford, being a member of the McRoberts and Menefee law firm. Robt Harding, of Danville, wa3 also an attornoy for Mr. Penny. After much debating and arging Judge Charles Hardin decided in favor of Mr. McRoberts, by the majority of two votes. Wil-mom. ts, TREES Fruitand ShadeTrees Phlox, Etc. Shrubs, Asparagus, Phubarb, Grape Vines Roses, Peonies, H.F.Hillenmeyer GUESSING COUPON. My guess is. .Seed in the Mam moth Pumpkin now on display in the Record Office Window. WINDOW GLASS WINDOW GLASS WINDOW GLAS& 5 F ;. McEoberts Drug Store -- .r i.J