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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): December 3, 1914 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1914 cen1914120301_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): December 3, 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 RELlQlOb, UNVARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD OOVERNMEN'l. i TWENTY FIFTH YEAR. LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, DECEMBER 3, 1914. Thanksgiving is over, now do your Xtnas shopping early. NUMBER 35. REGRET TO LOSE THEM, TO THE Don't forget "Galvanni' Opera House, next week. at the "Bronte" the wonderful dog at School Auditorium next Tuesday night. Illiteracy is a disease and we should try to rid Ky. of it just as we did the foot and mouth disease. The Baptist Ladies Aid Society will serve Court Day dinner at the Court House Monday Dec. 28th. Teddy is now busy holdiug in, but second only to Vesuvius, when he boils over. look for an eruption, Housewife. We have a full line of Sausage Mills, Lard Presses, and BUTCHER Andrew Carnegie has passed his 79th birthday, but he says he and old age have not become acquainted yet. Lost: Sunday afternoon, a dark Suitable reward Red Pointer bitch. for information or her. W. O. Goodloe, Lancaster, Ky. Don't buy your Xmas presents until you visit the circle uiris Japanese Bazar, at Miss Rella Arnold's store Saturday, Dec 5th. The Japanese articles are beautiful and inexpensive. Sale continues all next week. KNIVES AN IDEAL XMAS GIFT. The Central Record would be an ideal Christmas gift and would remind a friend of vou not once, but fifty two times a year. See our "Non-Rusmilk and water buckets, wash basins, dish pans and churns. t" NEW ASSISTANT. The Lancaster Motor Car Co. has em ployed Mr. H. L. Bailey, of Stanford and he assumed his duties at the garage last Monday. Mr. Baily comes highlv recommended as a mechanician. We especially call your attention to the Sanitary Four Coated White Enamel Ware. NOTED HYPNOTIST. "Galvanni," the noted hypnotist, who entertained so many at the Lancaster Opera House, last winter, will arrive next Mandav for a few days. Don't miss seeing him. GOOD CROWDS. 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. The seventeenth episode of the "Million Dollar Mystery" will be shown at the Lancasler Opera House next This is a night. Friday, Harry Giovannoli who is ever true to very interesting and mystifying picture Danville pays the following compliment and large crowds are seeing every to this popular couple. "Hon. Robert Harding, of Danville, was in Lexington yesterday on legal SOCIAL. PLEASANT business. It was suggested to Mr. The "Coffee Social" to be given by Harding by a Leader man that some of the ladies of the C. W. B. M. on the the leaders in the Democratic party night of December 10th, at the Chris- were seriously discussing him as a postian church, should be well attended sible nominee for Governor next year, and the good ladies in this worthy but Mr. Harding was not apparently cause be encouraged. An opportunity inclined to unbosom himself on the subject. He said he was busy working will be given for a silver offering. for a living just at present. Mr. Harding has always taken an interest in THE SICK. politics, and has been frequently urged The friends of Mrs. Jane Robinson to run far Congress, but so far he has are delighted to learn of her daily im- escaped the entanglements of Stateprovement, Hillery Kelly is very ill of wide political activity. If he should typhoid fever, Miss Etta Robinson, be nominated for Governor and his exwho also has fever is some better, tremely lovable and popular wife should while Mr. Curt Robinson is still in a accempany him on his speaking tours, critical condition at his home in the he would be a mighty haid man to country. beat" Mrs. Mary Hickman and Mrs. Pallie Jenkins who have conducted what was FOUND IN THE MAMMOTH known as the Fashion Shop, have, de cided to close their business here and PDMPRIN AND OVER return to Flemingsburg where they are also in buisness, this being only a branch store. All who have come in contact ONE THOUSAND GUESSES REGISTERED. with these ladies, either in a business Lucky Winners Announced. or social may, regret to have them They have made leave our midst. The guessing contest on the number many friends while here. of seed in the 85 pound pumpkin closed last Saturday at noon, and after careMASONS TO HELP IN ful counting of the seed and the examination of the one thousand guesses, by WAR RELIEF WORK. Re-.- . J. Rockwell Smith and John M. Farra, they were able to announce the At a meeting of principal Masons winners one hour later. from all over the country in Cincinnati Exactly 904 seed were found in the a movement Nation-wid- e in its scope, pumpkin and following were the prize was launched to secure funds to aid the winners and their several guesses. war sufferers in Europe. Only six of Miss Dorothy Dunlap guessed the the forty-nin- e Grand Commanders of exact number and was awarded the the country expressed their approval first prize, which was a 5 pound box of of the plan, while the other three com- Miss Holladay's candy given by David manders have not been heard from. son and Doty. Miss Lettie Jennings, It is estimated that 1,580,000 Masons guessed 902 and was awarded the second in the United States will be interested prize, which was a two pound box of and it is hoped to secure at least $1 Guth's candy, given by R. E. McRob-ert- s. from each of them. That cityis head The third nrize was divided be quarters for the donations. tween Mrs. Hallie Dunlap, whose guess was 908, Josiah Crank, whose guess JUDGE HARDIN A was 900 and J. C. Morgan, whose guess was 900. Each of these was given six PRIME FAVORITE. months subscription to the Central Record. The fourth and last prize was Judge Charles A. Hardin is a prime divided equally between Mrs. Ann M. favorite, not only with the Democrats, Witt and Miss Eugenia Dunlap, they but with the Republicans. He is the guessing 899 each. A years subscrip most popular man, the most available tion to the Record being the fourth man, the strongest man in every way prize. that the Democratic party could nomiUnusual interest was manifested in nate for Circuit Judge in this district. this guessing contest and in appreciaHe is equipped by experience and tion of this interest, we propose give to knoweledge of affairs in a more varied the seed of the mammoth pumpkin and sense than most men; he has dispatched kershaws to our subscribers. Any subarduous and difficult tasks in such a scriber calling at the Central Record way as to demonstrate his strength office, not earlier than Dec. 15th, will with the voters of this district, and to be given a package containing a few command the confidence and support of of the seed of each variety. We will nis party. Frank and sincere, able gladly mail them to those at a distance and honest in the practice of law, he upon application. Our friend Mr. J. commands the respect of his colleagues C. Thompson, who lives in California, His democracy is doubted by no man, the home of vegetables known for his honor is bright and if nominated he their ponderosity, has already spoken will surely lead a united party. for some of the seed, which will be mailed to him in due time. 904 SEED. 1 You are INVITED to At-- I i g tend our GRAND OPENING OF Xmas SATURDAY, DECEMBER CO!VIE---Brm- g GOODS FIFTH. HASELDEN BROS. Your Mn2lmgMn$, 8? frtiJ Smile With You. i iHnflffraililgllrgiB 'g WilHiailigJllE 1L 31 nc 3C IE 3C GREAT a complIe! MET IN GAVINS from harry. MAMMOTH VEGETABLE DISPLAY Ends And Awards Made. Ladies Coats and Suits. We will sell as following, beginning Nov 21. NEW MACHINE. SURPRISE WEDDING Arnold Mr. Frank Conn has recently enstall-e- d Mr. Joe Francis and Miss Rella in his garage a Shaley vulcanizer an addition to his popular Marry In Louisville. which is quite Lancaster Motor Car Company Stanford Street. 2 IDE DC DQG 30 Fancy Groceries. i Everything in Fancy and Staple Groceries at reasonable prices. We solicit your Business. 1 Davidson, & Doty, i 11 li in r mi 3E1I1E garage. With this modern invention, Mr. Joe Franci3 and Miss Rella he can vulcanize any size casing as Arnold surprised their friends by leavreadily and securely as an inner tube, ing quitly for Louisville Wednesday making the casing as good as new and afternoon where they were married by very reasonable in price. Elder E. L. Powell at his home Wednesday evening. The wedding was one TO BE REBUILT AT ONCE COMING SOON. of the greatest surprises of the season, as noteven the intimate friends had been Destroys Gym at Center College. On the night of December the 10th Following Fire told of the coming event. there will be shown at The Rex Theatre Danville, Ky., Nov. 24: At five the ceremony they spent a few days at a moving picture of the Odd Fellows the Seelbach but are now at home o'clock on the morning of Nov. 23, fire Home at Lexington. where congratulations and good wishes was discovered in the basement of the This should prove a very interesting are being showered upon them. This new Alumni Gymnapicture from a fraternal stand point as popular couple are well known to our sium and the College Union Building of all Odd Fellows are interested in the readers therefore it is useless to Center College and before help could home that they are supporting each numerate the charms and womanly at- arrive and the local fire department year. tributes of the bride who is well fitted reached the scene the blaze was beyond in every way to be a helpmeet, while control and the building was completely READY FOR THE WAR TAX? thp groom counts his friends by his gutted. The loss was approximately acquaintances. 40.000 with insurance of about ?15,000. The new state tax law to help the The Record extends its heartiest con This handsome new building had just Government collect 105,000,000 with gratulations to the happy couple and been completed and was to have bee which to make up the deficiency in rev- wishes for them a most happy journey thrown open for use next week. This enue caused by shrinkage in import along the pathway of life. was the finest and most completely and duties since the beginning of the war, modernlv equipped building of its kind went into effect December 1. The tax in the South. BOTKIHATEM. will be in effect 13 months, until Dec. Scarcely had the smoke died away 1915. 31, On Wednesday Nov. 25 at 7:30 P. M. from the ruins before active and thoro-goin- g Miss Sallye Brown Botkm and Mr. preparations and plans were ACCOMODATING BANKER. Hume Embry Tatem were quietly unit- under way for the immediate reduplicaholy bonds of wedlock at this tion of the structure. The slogan of Mr. Rice Woods, the popular and ef- ed in the of Rev. J. W. Beagle, the college has become "A NEW ficient cashier of the Peoples Bank at place in the parlor that gentleman officiating. The bride GYMNASIUM BY COMMENCEMENT Paint Lick, was in town last Monday daughter of Mr. and 1915." Meetings of the Board of and paid the tayes for 79 patrons of his !s the attractive Mrs. J. T. Botkln of London, Ky., and Trustees and student bodies are being bank. This has been Mr. Woods custom very prominent teacher and has held at frequent intervals and the tor a number ot years and is quite a is a employed in various parts of the hiehest enthusiasm prevails. At a been saving of time and trouble for each one groom is the son of Mr and student rally held in chapel this morn-theof his customers all of whom are no state. The W. B. Tatem (deceased) was born was raised $1100 by the members doubt grateful to him for his trouble. Mrs: and reared near Silver Creek, Ky., and of the student body themselves. The He paid the sheriff a total of $4,500. is a very energetic young man, holding alumni of the college are already resa splendid position as foreman of the ponding enthusiastically to the cause. HOUSE FURNISHINGS. Hume Distillery. The prospects for a greatly enlarged The happy couple left for Louisville student body are most .encouraging and Mr. J. T. Holtzclaw has' leased the will be one of the most successstore room formerly occupied by Mr. shortly after the ceremony, returning 1915-1R. H. Batson. as a gents furnishing to Lancaster Friday, and were enter- ful yeaas hi the history of the store, and will about December 15th tained by the sisters of the groom, Mrs. open up a furniture store. Mr. Holtz J. L. Toddand Miss Jessie Tatem. They At the Opera House, next week, claw tells us that he will keep every- left for Silver Creek where they will thing needed in the housekeepers line. reside. Their host of friends wish "Galvanni." The store is being remodled and will ba them much happiness and prosperity in "Million Dollar Mystery," ready for occupancy by the 10th of this the future, month. L. C. I Friday Night, at tne Opera! Before Dyeing, see, Mr. Ira Holtzclaw will probably be 2t-p- di I ' House 16 episode. Gulley. associated with the new firm. Boyle-Humphre- yre 6 Several weeks ago we started in our window, a display of mammoth vegetables grown by the different farmers of the county and quite a little friendly rivalry has been shown by the exhibi tors, each one vieing with the other for the largest of a given variety. As the rivalry increased we decided to give a years subscription to the Central Record for the following varieties, the largest, of course to be awarded the prize. We will now close the contest and announce the winners and the weight of each ex hibit. Largest pumpkin, weight 85 pounds, Cleo Ray. Largest kershaw, weight 43 pounds, Robert Speaks. Largest Potato pumpkin, weight 53 pounds, Nathan K. Bogie. Largest beet, weight 12J pounds, Davis Sutton, Largest head of cabbage, weight 12 pounds, Walter Turner. Largest Turnip, weight 9 pounds, J. Weslej Lane. Most of the winners are already subscribers to the Record, but their subscription will be advanced one year from date of expiration. 0 $25.00" $20.00 $15.00 $12.50 '$16.50 AT $12.50 $ 8.50 $ 5.50 Also Mens' Clothing, strictly at COST and will continue until stock of Clothing is sold. a. M. LYONS Successor to R. S. Brown. if II II 1 OLD HICKORY Best On The Market. I have a complete line of Buggies, Wagons, Harness, Buggy Rugs, Whips and Horse Blankets. See me before buying, My Prices are Right W. J. ROMANS. . Lancaster, w - Kentucky- - Page 2 The Central Record, Thursday Dec 3 1914. JLsJJLxa tw al JL JLJ m, e&JL'ULg JLJ?JL, 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. IT', Ed n ys. PS 8 P rS I 0 II n kt TTTS T: dm n vi . BVfi tA i Tf M&ss fa TP5 IS u 1 ftfl i w ej h f "FT1 " " h TTi H vwjJT TTT& TT Mu HkjyS u n i rs Jifeeag cv m E.hcJ m- - TP . r. Sba" n a dTtti " .& JJ 8? W v. -- . &y. aat 1 " SW-df- fi - -& X iu 4 ff n L hlsuSifc n I j I! ml w s r Wxl JdT r f ! ! !; r w QT K1P H2' tM2 LLrty fllf ii !! li PI Gffi ?! i RR, Jl f2 ! &ji AJ $$ K? d v aTJ &w a a ii ik? W hi) $ A.J . RICHMOND, sg&$gsasjgiifra?Ligggggss3g TIRED. WEAK AND K Why Are So Many Lancaster KENTUCKY. GaKsi3333fe TO AVOID CATARRH OR BREAK UP A COLD Use Hyomei People In A KsnssssssigsaR i EssssssrsasrE aSS5SC95ga!B2SaJS5lSSsSSgS" Simple Remedy That Instantly Relieves. To Customers and Friends of The Lancaster Dry Cleaning Co. have moved our Dry Cleaning Shop to my home on East Water We At the first symptom of catarrh such This Condition? Street, square of Lexington street, and can do your Dry one-ha- lf Cleaning cheaper as our expenses are less. We appreciate your business in the past and can give you better service in the future as our plant is built for the business. Feel tired out, irritable and depressed? Urine irregular; back weak and painful? These are symptoms that suggest kidney trouble. When the kidneys call for help. Assist them with a tested kidney remedy. Give them the help they need. No remedy more highly recommended than Kidney Pills. Backed by home testimony. Endorsed by Lancaster people. Mrs. C. T. Brummett. Crab Orchard, St, Lancaster, Ky.. says: "My kidneys were out of order and I had pains through my back and kidneys. At times I was nervous. Doan's Kidney Pills made me feel much better and stronger in every way." Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy get Doan's Kidney Pills the same that Foster-Milbur- n Mrs.- Brummett had. Co., Props.. Buffalo, N, Y. - as sniffles, fits of sneezing, raising of mucus, itching of the nose, or that choked-ufeeling, surely take immediate steps to conquer the disease. Catarrh is not only distressing, unclean and annoying, but a serious ailment. One of the easiest and simplest remedies to check catarrh and break up a cold is Hyomei. Just put a few drops of this antiseptic and healing liquid into the small inhaler that comes with every complete outfit, and breathe it This medicated air immediately soothes the inflamed tissues and effectively drives out the poison. Just a few minutes use of this most helpful remedy opens the stuffed air passages, clears the head and throat of the unclean dischargesyou breathe freely and immediately feel better. .Hyomei is so certain to relieve and give lasting benefit that R. E. sells it on the plan. BEREA. Groceryman A. B. Cornett visited friends in Coibin recently. The Madison County Medical Society met in Berea the latter part of la3t week. Miss Faulbeimer, who has been visiting friends here, returned to her home in Cincinnati, Monday. E. H. Stevens of Waynesboro Va.. is visiting his daughter Florence, of the. College Department this week. There was a Foot Ball game between the Academy Department and Faculty last Friday. The score was 0 to 0. The People'of Berea enjoyed a fine musical treat Monday evening. It was the second Lyceum Entertainment of the season. William A. Ellison, a former Berea I student, now studying Dentistry in ' Louisville Dental School visited friends here this week. Chamberlain's Cough JIcCKEAIlY. Lancaster Dry Cleaning Co LOUIS FAULKNER, Mgr. Phone 230. Robert Yate3 has been very sick the past week. Bro. Warren filled his regular appointment Sunday. Remember the Christian Endeavor ever Thursday evening. Mr. C. C. Barnett bold a calf to Mr. C. B. Bolton for $78.50. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Ray spent Sunday with her mother Mrs. Lizzie Walker. Mibs Maud Hendrix and Mr. Clarence Bolton spent Sunday with Misses Delia and Lula Barnett. Sick Headache. these two families partook of the bounteous feast that had been prepared 1 Mr G. M. Treadway is in Louisville and needless to state the occasion was a most enjoyable one. this week. TOM Mrs. A. B. Estridge spent Monday in The Sunday School Convention held Lancaster. at Mount. Tabor church on Saturday Mr. R. G. Woods was a visitor in was a most enjoyable and profitable Mrs. W. H- - Clarke Is Relieved After In all parts of the country. It proves affair. A number of interesting talks Lancaster Monday. its merit with the first dose no long Years ot Digestive Disorders. Miss Kate Ely spent Thursday and were made and a delightful and bountitreatment ful luncheon was apread. Quite a numFriday in Lexington. Mayr's Wonderful Stomach Remedy ber of visitors were present from StanMr Hise Davis of Livingston is the ford, Lancaster, Richmond and Berea. Mrs. W. H. Clarke of Central City, clears the digestive tract of mucoid acguest of Mr Jack Davis. Ky , for many years suffered from cretions and remrve3 poisonous matter. Those who came out to hear Mr. disorders of the stomach. Mr. Harry Francis was host at a bird She tried It brings swift relief to sulferers White lecture on European war and its many treatments with but little en- - from ailments of the stomach, liver and supper on Monday evening. relation to the Bible, were the benefici-are- s couragement. bowels. Many declare it has saved Dr. and Mrs. Burdett Ramsey left of a most excellent discourse on Mr. Clarke induced her to try Mayr's ; them from dangerous operations and Tuesday for Chattanooga Tenn. the Fall Of The Ottoman Empire, the Wonderful Stomach Remedy. She got many are sure it has saved their lives. Miss Elizabeth Eldridge of State second coming of Christ and the end of results right away. Then he wrote: We want all people who have chronic ' University was homo for Thanksgiving. the world. "The medicine has done my wife a stomach trouble or constipation, no While it was practically Mr. Whites Miss Jeanetta Eldridge has been the world of good, and I feel that it will matter of how long standing, to try guest of Mrs Rufus Lisle, in Fayette. ' first attempt as a lecturer yet he held cure her. I intend to keep on until one dose of Mayr's Wonderful Stomach the audience with unusual attention for Remedy-on- e dose will convince vou. Miss Mattie Woods was the guest of over an hour. He showed a ready she is completely cured, as you have been doing her more good than anv This is the medicine so many of our her parents, Mr and Mrs E. L. Woods familiarity with history and its one has ever done her, and she has people have been taking with surprisfor Thanksgiving. to Bible prophecy. been suffering with her stomach for ing results. The most thorough system Miss Elizebeth Walker spent the vears. I am glad I was told of your cleanser ever sold. Mayr's Wonderfu week-en- d in Lancaster the guest of remedy." Stomach Remedy is now sold here by Miss Elizebeth Terrell. Letters like that are written by users R. E. McRoberts and druggists every' Mrs. M. K. Denny, and daughter, of Mayr's Wonderful Stomach Remedy where. Sherlie of Lancaster were the guest of relatives here Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. George Todd are rejoicing over the arrival of an eight lb, daughter on November 29th. Miss Myrtle Colhrum, ;&!gsag5a Misses Ethel Estridge and Lula of Russellville, Ala., says: spent Thanksgiving in Lex"For nearly 2 year, I sufington the guests of friends. fered with terrible tack-ach- e, .tvj&&i& pains in my limbs, 1 5 &MJ fir Misses Docia and Christine Metcalf and my head ached nearly left Wednesday for a visit to frienes all the time. Our family in Stanford and McKinnev. doctor treated me, but Mr Jim Harve Ralston who is attendonly gave me temporary ing a business college in Louisville, relief. I was certainly in t spen.t Thanksgiving with home folks. bad health. My school teacher advised me to Mrs Gny Rice, Miss Neel Rice, Mrs W. 0. Anderson and Miss t TAKE fc: 18th & H. Avenue, Anderson spent Friday in Lexington. JMNT .1',Ik mrCKY MM TELLS HOW MAYR ACH REMEDY RESTORED WIFE 1 i i ! ' er I Motel - j ssstggasff? wrsp jmfmt DEALS at XATZ3J d i7 V&fitMLQF .. WASHINGTON Ma-igare- 'Pennsylvania KATES: RtCJA Cttit&sJ 8i!J Sis. Mrs. Mittie Arnold and Mrs. R. D. Pitts and little son of Illinois came Monday for a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Your against BRET CI B 5 JnLdjlJl INO T It costs no more to Sick headache is nearly always causCored by disorders of the stomach. rect them and the periodic attacks of sick headache will disappear. Airs. John Bishop of Rosevillc, Ohio, writes: ago I was troubled "About a with indigestion and had sick headache that lasted for two or three days at a time. I doctored and tried a number of remedies but nothing helped me unrra til during one of those sick sptlls a friend advised me to take Chamberlain's Tablets. This medicine relieved me in a short time." For sale by all dealers. Burdett Ramsey. Mrs, Jane Falkner White, who ha3 been the guest of relatives here for the past ten days, returned to her home, in Richmond. Monday. Tht annual Anderson and Todd family reunion was held at the heme of Mr. Parker Anderson on Thanksgiving. Remedy The About ninety persons connected with tea:. SZ5e, f;!;:ls 3l!l 53.CO $1.50, 32.C0 up. ur. Tto Woman's Tonic I took two bottles, in ail, and was cured. I shall always prake Cardui to sick and suffering women." H you suffer from pains peculiar to weak women, such as headache, backache, or other symptoms of womanly trouble, or if you merely need a tonic for that tired, feel nervous, worn-oing, try Cardui. ut E-- OVERLOOKS WHITE HOUSE. Elegant Appointments, Palm Cguzz, Indian Grill Room, Tea Room 'Colonial Furnishings, Library, Grand Pipe Organ, Orchestra. Write for Illustrated Booklet "B" with small nap. Mothers' Favorite. to my children when they have colds or coughs," writes Mrs. Verne ShafTer, Vandergnf t. Pa. It always helps them and is far superior to any other cough medicine I have used. I advise anyone in need of such a medicine to give it a trial." For sale by all dealers, lm "I give Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Tor Infants and Children. J.ia Kind You Hsvs Always Bought Soars the Jiguaturc of &$. m "XJ, CLIFFORD M. LEWIS MANAGER. 3E222n2rTJ 2 protect it from the start, than to wait later on in the season. Insure it with &32&&2S3322;; S2EEKHX3K32IZ2?2iS23 CZ2 fjni"3. S!. I F. P. Frisbie Office "K TO mtii.A. as&a KuSaba J$& FS v6Jgrate' I at Citizens. National Bank. Lancaster, Ky. 1 EC f J! ' t tTttV ancaster Tob acco Warehouse STANFORD STREET. Are You a Woman? Careys I The Woman's Tonio FOR SALE AT ALL DRU661STS C. A. ca W3 Speith Co., Managers No Commission Charged, We Pay Highest Market Prices. t1 Unload The Same Day. TZT& lmmmmmmmuammmmmm F4 .ii- -. .&2Zl'?Kr ; iK. giij,tT' "' M ,i5j.i. fr.M. jMr.'Vtit' The Central Record, Thursday Dec 3, 1914 E2fSEH32i5S CEiiSdren Cry for Fletcher's &&& News Of The Churches. SUNDAYJCHOOL Lesson X. Fourth Quarter, For Dec. 6, 1914. THE INTERNATIONAL SERIES. r Burley COMPANY'S Page 3 rvixvvxscccccsNcKsfiacos?ccNi3sacsK - K2 ssscctSKW i The Kind You Have Always Bongbt, and which has been in use for over SO years,- Has borne the signature or ana Has been made under bis per-IS- tfsonal supervision since its infancy. J?-7&CcUA Allow no one to deceive you in this. " are hut All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-goo- d Experiments that triflu with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. Castoria is a harmless snbstitute for Castor OH, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic suhstsmce. Its ago is its guarantee. It destroys "Worms and allays Fcverishness. For more than thirty years it has been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles and Diarrhoea. It regulates the Stomach, and Bowels, assimilates the Food, giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. What is CASTORIA GENUINE CASTORIA f ALWAYS Bears the Signature of C&z&Y f&C6&M. In Use For Over 30 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought THE CENTAUR COMANV. NEW YORK CITY. Beef and Milk A-ple- nty Cattle are kept for two purposes; for beef production and for milk production. To do either right they must be healthy. There is nothing better to keep them in continued good health, or to make them well quickly when sick, than a few doses of Bee Dec medicine Any time any o! my cattle Ect anything wrong with them I Eive them a few dotes of B e e D e e STOCK MEDICINE. They soon get well. John S. Carroll. Moorhead. Miss. Stirs up the liver Drives disease poisons away. 25c, 50c and $1. per can. At your dealer's. RB.2 DISPROGRAM OF DANVILLE TRICT MISSIONARY INSTITUTE. Missionary Institute, Danville District, will meet in Lancaster, Ky., 1914. December Program. 1:30. Devotional Services, R.B. Baird. Organization. Committees. 2:00. The Number and amount of our Benevolent Assessment for This Year; How are They Made and by What Authority? w. K. McClure. 2:30 What Report was made on Benevolences by this District Last Year? Where Was the Deficit, C H. Greer. 3:00. What Position Ought Our District to Take When Reports are Made Next Fall? R. F. Jordan. 3:30. Why Should We Pay all Assessments in Full? J. H. Harris. 4:00. Are There Any Benefits to be Derived From Early Collections? If So, What are They? C. K. Dickey. 7:30. Sermon : The Revival We Need, M. S. Clark. , Prayer for Missions and Missionaries. Friday Morning. 8;30. Devotional Service. 9:00. How May We so Develop Our People as to Have Them Meet all As sessments in Full? P. H. Taylor. 9:30. Developing a Missionary Spirit and Cultivating the Spirit of Missonsin Our Charges, W. O. Sadler. 10:00. Shall We Work and Pray for Volunteers for Service in the Home and Foreign Fields to be Found Within Our Own District? J. E. Savage. 10:30. Some Problems We Face if wj Move Forward, B. C. Horton. 11:00' Report of Committee on Plan of Campaign. General Discussion. 11:30. A Service of Prayer, and a Time for Consecration. 12:00. Adjournment. It is impossible to place all the men in the district on this program, but we will have need of every one. Let every man attend and bring with him the Charge Leader, the Church Leadeis cf his Charge, and as many laymen as he can. Everybody is cordially invited. W. E. Arnold, P. E. The Lord is giving us a good meeting at Mt. Olivet church. Fully 75 profession of conversions and salification. 35 added to the church. Will close cut Thursday night. S. H. Pollitt 10-1- 1, i Tobacco Text of the Lesson, Mark xvi, Matt, xxviii, 5 Memory Verses, 6, 7 Golden Text, Luke xxiv, 5, 6. Commentary Prepared by Rev. D. M. Stearns. 11-1- The resurrection from the dead Is the crowning event In all His work, for If Christ be not risen faith Is vain, preaching is vnin, no one Is saved; there Is no forgiveness of sins (I Cor. xv, ). But before we consider His resurrection we must look at some incidents in connection with His death and burial which we have passed over. Note the women who ministered to Him, who followed Him, who looked on afar off as He was crucified, who beheld where His dead body was laid and returned and prepared spices to anoint It when the Sabbath was past (Mark xv, Luke xxlil, 55). They loved Him greatly, but did not believe that He would rise from the dead, so those spices were in a measure love's labor lost because of unbelief. Note the pierced side, the blood nnd water with all their Scriptural suggestions and the fulfilled Scriptures about His being pierced and not a bone broken (John six, Zeeb. xil, 10; Ex. xii, 4C). The boldness of Joseph and Nlcode-mu- s at a time when all others seemed to fall, the new tomb, the loving ministry and the fulfilled Scripture concerning His grave being with the rich "in His death are a fascinating record (Luke xxlil. Isa. John xlx, 40-431-350-53S-4- Loose Leaf House AT LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY. Big Burley 812 SOUTH BROADWAY. liii, 9). MtYANTNVlLLE II WE IWh t WITH QUALITY I GLEN LILY : Why? BECAUSE v A Million Dollars has been spent in the courts trying to prove that Bleached Flour is not injurous to health BECADSEGlen Lily is the only Flouron this CAN market NOT Bleached. YOU afford to let price destroy both Health and Quality. Garrard MI ml 8 I Go, Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Caps and Gents Furnishings at a big saving in price. We Sell "Ball-BanFootwear and Wa Believe it is the Best You Can Buy Men who have been wearing rubber footwear for years, and who have worn all kinds, tell Us they get more days' wear and comfort and better fit in "Ball-Banthan in any other make. d" d" Z4 SJ3I A' (Re) In the lonjj run "Ball-Banis the cheapest, too. It's no good to figure how much a boot costs until you know how long it is going to wear. Count the Hav T?rnt WMf tVi vftti &V. (mm ..... U WW. J jm ..Wl. wear and you will see that it gives the greatest money. service lor tne A Red Ball is the trait mart of "Ball-Band-" Footwear Mr. G. B. Rose is at home from a business trip to Owslev Co. Miss Cecil Bowlintr is at Vinmo frnm K. C. W. at Danville forThanksgiving. Miss Hallie Cov. nf Kirksvillo is the attractive guest ef her aunt Mrs. R. I. Burton. Mr. Virgil Vanarsdale of Paris Cross ing Ind, was here for a visit of several days last week. Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Teater of Jessamine, were guests of Mr. and Mrs Lem Teater Sunday. Mrs. Sam Haselden eave a familv dinner Thanksgiving, it also being Mr. Haselden s birthday. Mrs. R I. Burton, Misses Hallie Coy and Mayme Lee Ballard were in Danville shopping Saturday. Mrs. Sallie B. Welch has returned from a visit to her daughter Mrs. Sam Deatherage at Richmond. Mr. Tommy Burke, who has been at tending the Sue Bennett School at London, came home for Thanksgiving. Mrs. Elizabeth Burgess and Miss Francis Tomlinson spent Thanksgiving with Mrs. Charley Robinson in Mercer. Miss Doy of Jackson is visitintr Miss Bowling during the Thanksgiving holidays. Mias Doy is attending college at Richmond. Mrs. R. I. Burton was hostess at an elegant Thanksgiving dinner. Among the out of town guests were Dr. R. L. Pontius of Lexington and W. B, Bur ton of Lancaster. The dedication of the new sahool building will occur Saturday. Several speakers are on the programme and the public is cordially invited. It is to be an all day affair. Mr. and Mrs. Allan Gallaher and Mr. Chalmus Gallaher of Lexington motoi-e- d over from there Thursday and were the guest3 of Misses Anna Kay and Margaret Jenkins for Thanksgiving. The many friends here of Dr. E. H. Pearce were very much grieved to hear of his death which occurred very suddenly at his home in Danville last Sat2 urday. Anions' those who attended his funeral from here on Tuesday were Mrs- - E. H. Ballard, Mrs. J. Hozan Ballard, Mrs. D. F. Rankin and Rev. R. M. Lee. ... Be:ker Ballard & COMPANY. Fruit and Shade Trees Shrubs. Asparagus, Phubarb. Grape Vines Roses, Peonies, Phlox, Etc. Everything for Orchard. Lawn and Garden. Write for free Catalogue. No Agts TREES that some of the Pharisees remembered, as His disciples did not that He bad spoken of rising again after three days and therefore they had His tomb sealed. Our lesson verses give us only the beginning of the resurrection story. They tell us of the coming of the women to the tomb very early In the morning on the first day of the week to anoint His body, wondering who would roll away the stone for them. How often we find the stone which we thought would hinder us rolled away when we reach the place! We read of an earthquake when He died, but this Is another one at His resurrection (Matt xxvii. 54: xxvill, 2). Inanimate nature is moved by these events while the heart of man remains harder than the rocks. Some day we shall see these angels, whose countenances are like lightning and their raiment white as snow, and we, too. shall shine as the sun (Matt xxvlli. xlll, 43). We should be reflecting more of His glory now in these mortal bodies (II Cor. ill, 18). How beautiful it is that the first word from the angel to these devoted women was "fear not" or "be not" affrighted (verses 5, C; Matt xxvlli, 5. 0). So He Himself said to the other women after He bad appeared to Mary, as He allowed them to hold Him by the feet and worship Him, "Be not afraid r go tell My brethren" (Matt xxvlli, 0, 10). With similar words He spoke to the disciples in the upper room that evening, 6aying: "Peace be unto you. Why are ye troubled? Behold my hands nnd my feet that it Is I Myself" (Luke xxiv, Even though we fail and fcrsake Him He has only words of peace and comfort for us. Matthew and Mark speak of one angel; Luke nnd John speak of two, but there Is no discrepancy, for If there were two there was certainly one, whether the disciples or women saw one or two. Neither is there any discrepancy in the seemingly different positions of the angels, for they can move about more easily than we can. The words of the angel concerning Jesus, "He Is risen. He Is not here" (verse C), are sometimes used by ministers at a funeral concerning the dead, but that Is a wrong use of the words, for they refer to the resurrection, not to the burial of the body. How very gracious It was of th Lord to tell the angel to send by tbo woman a special message to Peter and then to give Peter a special persona! Interview (verse 7: Luke xxiv. 34) after all his base dental of his Master. It is always so weakest lambs have largest share of their tender shepherd's care. The angels reminded the women that Jesus had said that He would be crucified and the third day rise again, and yet when the women told the disciples that He was risen their words seemed to them as idle tales, and they believed them not (Luke xxiv, Mark xvi, 0, says that Jesus appeared first to Mary Magdalene, but the full record of that appearance is found in John xx. 117. Is not His appearing first to her another Illustration of the same great truth that we saw in His giving Peter a special personal interview? She was blinded by tears of unbelief, but one word from Him opened her eyes. A peculiar thing in her case was His "Touch Me not" when He afterwarfi allowed the other women to bold Him by the feet. To my mind the reason He gave her was clear and plain. "For I am not yet nscended to My Father" (John xx. 17). Another wonderful thing that on HI way to His Father in His resurrection body as our high priest He should stop to speak to her and comfort her. Having ascended and returned. He could then let others touch and handle Him as He did the others and the disciples that evening. C2-C3-- 4; 38-40- ). It would appear from Matt xxvli. Best Place To Sell. C. C. PATRICK, Manager. Walton, Assistant Manager. J. D. Clark, Assistant Manager. J. F. NINA. 5RSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSR Mr. Forest Ross is improving after quite a spell of sickness. Mrs. Dora Wheeler was called to the bed side of her sister Mrs. Ed Owens who is very sick, Mr. W. E. Whitker has just returned from Lexingtou where he has been buying his Xmas goods. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Prewitt and little daughter Annie Mae visited Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Jones Sunday. Mr. Sim Wheeler and wife, Mr. Stephon Layton and wife visited Mr. and Mrs. John Layton Sundav. Mr. and Mrs. George Marsee of Marksbury are the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Whitker, of this place. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Williams are re joicing over the arrival of a 9 pound boy at their home. He has been named Calso. FAST WINTER SERVICE TO Turn slT A B in- Si lAi 50. SB cr' SOUTHERN RAILWAY fe Premier Carrier of theSouth ST. LOUIS SPECIAL" B& r m steel equipped train; through Drawing-rooPullman Sleeping Cars to Asheville and Jacksonville. Kigh-clas3, j STEEL COACHES-NE- W DINING CAR SERVICE r,j AH Electric Lighted sCi C3 The farmers are havidg a fine tobacco weather and they are sure making good use of it bulking and striping.their tobacco. Mr. Rube Wheeler and Mike Layton sold to Mr. J. M. Wheeler and Zack Simpson 40 barrels of corn at $3.25 in the field. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Watson. Mr. and Mrs. Moris Ross and Mr. Carl Prewitt and family spent Thankpgiving with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Humes of Madison Co. v Aiken Augusta Other Famous Southern Resorts Charleston Savannah Columbia Summerville 73 ESfl hi 73i lC31 Very Low Homeseekers' Fares Winter Tourist Excursion Fares Stopover and other special features. in JO! car service communicate with your For information as to schedules, fares and through sleeping local agent, or B. H. TODD, District Passenger Agent Starks Building, Louisville, Ky. in m in JO, JO! C r' 73 73, Mr. Homer Sebastian and Miss Mary Baker drove to Richmond Thanksgiving We extend to and were married. them a hearty congratulation and wish them a long and happy life. Mr. John Wheeler and wife entertained quite a number of friends and relatives Thanksgiving. Turkey, ham, biscuit and cakes were served after Brandunburg Mrs. Lisk dinner. presided as organist and some go od old Hymns were sung, then they returned to their homes feeling thankful fo r what they had received. 3&R SR SR SRSRSRSRSRSRSRSR SRSRSRSRSR :""iw. f" Tl f ZtT!.-,'- " 'U w"-ji- """"' ' ' lTTiiaar.r - , s& JS& xv.saanML. EVERY FARMER SHOULD HAVE A SILO Becker, Ballard & Co PHONE 27. BRYANTSVILLE, Ky. jiC a-.- H.F.Hillenmeyer & Sons. Lexington, Kentucky Nurserymen since 1841. LS - ew. .r. BOOKKEEPING -. BHslaew.Phonooraphy TYPEWRITING and WILIUR R. SMITH BUSINESS COLLEIE ImpiiMiadSaaanto&aaaddCoIlapdlr.DBlnnS! hs run of experience In mercantile ind Prwld.ot txuJneee. Uo jeen "?; banking Tonne men end women for enceeee. TELEGRAPHY 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, Registered Hereford Bull any height. We have had many experienSEASON 1914. ces in this line and our work is the best. Cash. Service $2.00 Write or telephone us at Stanford, Ky., Two miles from Lancaster on the if you need cement work of any kind. Richmond pike. R. E. jr VddeiWlXBI7BB.aJUT8,JLcxlJtOM,K7. "ff HENRY. PHILLIPS BROS, Stanford, Ky. .- - s yvf. v va t. r . Page 4 mmw m , The Central Record, Thursday Dec 3 1914. $$? . Lfv)l (x All -i (WW J y dtW&&0 Mte $ 9b 8 tas a4 H"-- L Either one of the above prices will buy you a first class Suit or Overcoat cut in the latest style and guaranteed to be all wool. We sell THE i HE AR 3K p? AND CLAIM IT IS HEN'S FINE SHOES ii i $unnrrs!Kn THE BEST TO BE HAD LADIES DRESS SHOES MAR1 LNE MEN'S CLOTHUVQ. SIN ! $3.50 TO $5.00 $3.50 TO $6.00 CHILDRENS SCHOOL SHOES S1.50 TO S3 : Our store is full of new, this seasons Clothing for Men and Boys. Shoes for every member of the family. Get a new Suit or Overcoat for Thanksgiving. HOUSE OF QUALITY. bipgeh Copyiis&t Hart Schaffacr S. mm ass i s The Central Record INCORPORATED. IS3UED 0MM, W. is most commendable and in keeping $1.00 JQ Vif U Qa E PASSES Ltr&tith VtP If MM.ML LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. Slan . M Weekly. a year. J F ROBINSON. Editok. R. L ELKIN. Business Manager. Entered a tlie l'nt inlic a ccnnd-C'l- In Mail Muttc Kt Member Kentucky Hltti Press Association Eighth District Publishers League. Lancaster, Ky., December 3, 1914. Rates For Political Announcements For Precinct and Citv Oilkes . . .S 5.00 10.00 ?or County Offices 15.00 For State and District Offices .10 For Calls, per line 10 For Cards, per line For all publications in the interest of individuals or expression of individual views, per line Obituaries, per line Announcements. 10 05 with the christian spirit of the people. Lancaster, ever ready to assist in any laudable charitable enterprise has already materially assisted in this good cause, but we have no doubt there are many who would be glad to assist who have not yet done so. The daily papers have constituted themselves the recipients of this fund, and contributions sent to the Courier Journal Louisville will be acknowledged, the donor given due credit, and the funds forwarded. Or if vou do not care to remit in this manner, the Record will gladly undertake to transmit any funds sent to it for this pur pose, give the donors due credit through the columns of the paper. Any amount however small will be accepted, either cash, personal check or in whatever manner is most convenient. A donation to this most worthy cause will make your Christmas season all the happier, and will we are sure meet with the hearty approval of Him who is a "father to the fatherless. DR. E. CATOR, PEARCE EDU- You can't make foot prints in the sands of time bv standing stil- l- move on. nighf McCormick and Dog, next Tuesday fcchool Auditorium. ARM STIFF FOR SIX YEARS BELOVED PASTOR AND Hear McCormick in his barnyard melodies Tuesday night. DO YOUR CHRISTMAS THINKING EARLY AWAY Danville. At His Late Home In Please hand us that $ Fresh oysters and celery at Ball's. 3t We are authorized to announce Judge Get every thing for your Black cake Charles A. Hardin, of Harrodsburg, a at Mrs. W. H. Wards. candidate for the Democratic nominaDon't forget the Circle Girls Jaption for Circuit Judge of this, the thirteenth judicial district, at the August anese Bazar at Miss Rella Arnolds store, Saturday December 5th. primary 1915. We are authorized to announce C. if Danville, Kentucky, as a candidate at the primary election in August.J.915, 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. C. Fox, can-didat- e WAR STAMP TAX. Among the local people who will have to pay war taxes, are druggists. Insurance agents, tobacco and cigar dealers, theateiS'nd picture shows, pool rooms and banks. To avoid the penalty these taxes should be paid promptly. RURAL ROOSTER WANfS We are authorized to announce EmTO BE POSTMASTER. met Puryear of Danville, Ky. , a Editor Jim Stears, of the Nicholas-vill- e for the Democratic nomination Nws, wants to be postmaster of for Commonwealth's Attorney of this, the thirteenth judicial district, at the his home town. We wish this clever gentleman could get what he wants and August primary 1915. so richly deserves. No one works harder for a party and We are authorized to announce Rodman W. Keenon. of Harrodsburg, town than liie country editor and Jim Ky., a candidate for the Democratic Stears is no exception to the rule. nomination for Commonwealth's Attorney of this, the thirteenth judicial COFFEE SOCIAL. district, at the August Primary i'i 1915. The ladies of the C W. B. M. will The glad holiday season is approaching. give a "coffee social" at the Christian The time when every child in this Church on the evening of Dec. 10th. broad land of ours will expect a visit from "Old Santa", and in our own es pecially blessed country the majority ENGRAVED CALLING CARDS. of them will receive it. However, in Engraved calling cards make most ac other countries the little ones, and their ceptable Christmas gifts. Give us your elders are not so fortunate; not only order now so can be filled before the it will they miss the customary visit of rush, we represent the best firm in the their patron, but thev are suffering for country and everything guaranteed first the actual necessities of life. class. Europe is devastated by war, such as the world has never known before, and HARD ON THE KIDS. the consequent suffering is unprecedented. In Belgium is the suffering esIt is said Santa Claus raindeer will pecially severe, and the more deplor- not get into Kentucky on account of able because of the fact that their con- the foot and mouth desease. In this dition is unavoidable in so far as they case the kiddies will join in with the were concerned. Belgium stood prac- prayers of others that the desease may tically "between the devil and the deep be eradicated and the quarantine lifted blue sea"; she was condemned if she did and condemned if she didn't. Choosing the lesser horn of the dilem- THAT DARK BROWN TASTE. ma, as she saw it; she cast her lot When you wake up in the morning with the allies, and in consequence is with that dark brown taste with old now suffering all the horrors of a coun- English trimmings, do not be unduly try devastated by the horrors of war. alarmed, it isn't always the sign of Her fertile fields laid waste, her towns foot and mouth desease, it usually pasand cities laid waste, her industries, ses off in the evening of the "morning some of the greatest in the world, idle after". and many of them totally destroyed, and her people driven fiom home and NINTH BIRTHDAY. country, dependant wholly upon the the civilized world, her concharity of Miss Nellie Noland entertained. dition is indeed deplorable and should Tuesday afternoon, in honor of little appeal to the hearts' of every christian Miss Margaret Elkin Hughes ?ninth birthday. Nine little friends Enjoyed individual in the world. In the midst of our holiday festivities the hospitality, the delightful refreshlet us remember poor poverty stricken ments and games that were offered for Belgium, and also His words, that it the evenings entertainment. "is better to give than to receive",and Those present beside the hostess and guest of honor were; Miss to give from our abundance to the of those less fortunate. Let us Margaret Elliott, Cecil Batson, Judith iemember that the curtailing of our Smith, Charlotte Smith, Shirley Denny Master own horn of plenty by even ever so Baby Sister Caneer and little, will suffice to provide the actual Saufley Hughes.. Little Miss Marnecessities of life for some nnfortunate garet is as bonny and fair as she child in this most unhappy end unfor- is young and thejtecord joins the fond parents, friends and relatives tunate country. There is a world wide movement to she may be spared to celebrate her assist this unfortunate country which ninety and ninth birthday. Te-li- ef After an illness of only a few diys of pneumonia. Dr. Eugene II. Pearce, former paster of the Methodist church in Lancaster and one of the leading and best loved citizens of the state, died at his late residence on Lexington avenue, in Danville Saturday afternoon at 4;30 o'clock in the seventy second year ot his age. Dr. Pearce was born in the northern part of Kentucky and received his education in the colleges of this State and Ohio. He was graduated in law and practiced several years, but feeling a call to the ministry, took up the study of theology at Drew Seminary. An incident at the time he was debating entering the ministry was a visit to the home of Gen. W. T. Sherman, then in Washington. The old warrior, when told by the young man the undecided condition of his mind, asked; "Have you a marching order from the Great Commander?" Assured that he believed he had such an order, "Then", said the General, "stick to it". He entered the the service of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South, and served churches at Versailles, Danville (where he built the handsome Centenary Methodist church) Somerset, Lancaster and was last stationed at Lawrenceburg. About 18S5 Dr. Pearce was made President of Kentucky Wesleyan College at Winchester, continuing there for a nnmber of years and then returning to the ministry. He was in England as a delegate to the World's Ecumenical Congress when President McKinley was assassinated, where he was invited to deliver memorial addresses to English audiences. His life as a minister was filled with good work, and his pastorates knew no relaxation in energy and accomplishment. Perhaps the first work for illiterates ever done in our county was that of Dr. Pearce who organived a class of sixteen adults in the Hubble neighborhood and taught them to read and write. Dr. Pearce was a man of unusual scholarship and appreciated educational advantages and worked constantly for the upbuilding of any community in which he was placed. A large circle of warmly attached friends in Lancaster and the surround ing country will be grieved because they will be no more permitted to grasp his friendly hand or enjoy his companionship and rare social qualities.. Luke McLuke says you can always in a woman's bosom by hanging a sunburst over it, he might have added you can warm up her heart by placing a seal skin coat over it and if you find anything wrong with her head place a diamond tiara on it. put sunshine Poor Quality. Owing to lliii - p, in on the Danvi ;. A fe-- . nps prices mli-(- i i the in. uty i. averaged II) cm. M. L, averaged bei tua liguie. Martin, of Lincoln, m ' :i very good grade of tobaccu tnat averaged about 13 cents. Ther- - win about &0.000 pounds on the Dan.iile market yesterday. ' quality to tobacco jvti" i:iy tile SATURDAY HATINEE'S Beginning next Saturday afternoon and continuing throughout the season, The Rex Theatre will have a matinee every Saturday for the benefit of the country people who cannot see the evening programs. tf MCCORMICK AND HIS DOG At the School Auditorium next Tuesday night, will be an entertainment of unusual interest for school children as well as the "grown up". Mr. McCor-mick- 's imitation of birds are marvelous. His dog "Bronte" is a delight to all who see her phenominal entertainment. It deserves a good house. NAYLOR. Mr. George Will Naylor, aged about 68 years, died at the home of his brother, Mr. J. D. Naylor, last Tues- day night, of softening of the brain. Mr. Naylor had been a sufferer for about five years and most of that time had beed partially paralized. Mr. Naylor was a widower, his wife having died a number of years ago. After short services at the grave by Rev. F. M. Tinder, his remains were laid to rest in the Lancaster cemetery, last Tuesday afternoon. i'i BIG COURT IN SESSION Of. STILL Many Commonwealth Cases Disposed W. LA RUE THOMAS DEAD. W. La Rue Thomas, a native of Kentucky, and one of the most prominent Masons in the United Stptes, died in Tucson, Ariz., Wednesday. Mr. Thomas was past grand master of the Grand Lodge of Kentucky, past grand high priest of the Grand Chapter of Kentucky, past eminent commander of the Grand Commandery of Kentucky and past grand master of the Knights Templar of the United States. Although he had not been a resident of Kentucky for a number of years he was a regular attendant ot the annual meetings of the Kentucky Grand Lodge and Grand Chapter and took a keen in -terest in the Masonic Home. Mr. Thomas was reared in Danville. He was a graduate of Center College. Until two years ago he had made his home in Pittsburg, where he was president of' a life insurance company, leaving Pittsburg to make his home in Ari. zona and retiring from business. $16. FOR TOBACCO, The Lexington tobacco market opened Tuesday morning. There were one hundred and forty thousand p6und3 on the market, and the highest price was $16 per hundred. Low grade tobacco sold fairly well. High- - grade were not quite up to the average of last year. Taken as a whole tlie 'price's were ' a shade lower than last year. ' ' A few Ladies Suits and Coats left that we will close out at less than half ost-- Logan, Anderson & Tomlinaon. i The second week of the G irrard Circuit court finds many commonwealth cases being disposed of and up to this time only one hung jury. This was in the case of Robert Barker for killing John Eason about one year ago. The jury on this case being held over Sunday, but could not reach a verdict, the last ballot resulting nine for conviction and three for acquittal. Commonwealth against Amon Osborne, for disturbing religious worship, was given a fine of $20 and costs. Same against Eugene Bradshaw, D. R. W., $20. and costs. Same against William Layton, D. R. W., $40 and costs. Same against Mack Brock for striking B. F, Evans, fined $125. and a jail sentence of 30 days. Same against Geo. Bryant, gaming, $20 and costs, Same agaihst Harry Campbell, assault, $10 and costs. Same against Beckham Pendleton, D. K. W., $20 and costs. Same against James Ray, mule stealing, two to ten years. Same against Will Gafney, F. L. M. $50. and costs. Same against Robt. Boatlev, drawing deadly weapon, $50. and costs. Same against Jas. Kincaid, unlawful shooting, $125. and costs. Same against Bush Gafney, gaming, $20. costs. Same against Robert Strange, for shooting and wounding Marshal L. E. Herron, two to three years. The grand jury adjourned over until, next Tuesday and up to this time no indictments have been turned in. Everyone should see "Galvanni" at Opera House, next week. THE MOST REMARKABLE THING EVER SEEN IN BIRMING-HAM-TH- E The best trained dog in the world next Tuesday night at School AuditorGREAT ANDES TALKS. ium. Birmingham, Ala., July hei he tried did him any good, or even gave Mr. I. B. Shepherd bought of Hamsalesroom of the Great Andes, at the him relief, owing to his advanced years, ilton and Centers 30 acres of the land known as the Hurt land located on corner of Fourth avenue and Nineteenth j being now 6S. Ik-- had despaired and street, were thronged with people , felt that he was only living to see the the Richmond and Lancaster pike. all day yesterday, making purchases of j day when he would become entirely Suit or Overcoat made to order$16.50 ine wonceriui remedies that are so deaf. He has been using Andes' Great up to $45.00. Extra trousers free with rapidly accomplishing great good for Prescription and Oil less than one week. each suit or overcoat. Birmingham people, and to get a tree All head noises have ceased, the muLogan, Andeison & Tomlinson. copy of the great advertisers book on cous accumulations dropping from the "Health and Happiness." cavity of the head to the throat are He was seen yesterday and in reply less, he can hear the clok strike when AFTER THANKSGIVING. to the question, "is your prescription lying in the bed vith his best ear on Ma likfs to take some turkey scraps for catarrh?" said: the pillow. In fact, his hearing is so And make them into hash. "Andes' Great Prescription is the very much improved that he hopes to But all, us kids are husky chaps grandest discovery of the age for that be able to go to church Sunday and lisAnd ma's plans go to smash. very prevalent, but fatal disease Ca- ten to the pastor's sermon without the Yes; even of such simple joys Poor mother is berett. tarrh. I say fatal, but not necessarily aid of his trumpet something he has For with her gang of hungry boys so.if taken in time. Catarrh is the easi- been unable to do for many years. is no turkey left. There est thing in the world to cure, bur one Samuel Robinson, of Twentieth St., Thanksgiving's wreckage is complete, is apt to procrastinate, to put off, you We overlooked no crumbs, know, by saying, "Oh I have only tak- states he is using Andes medicines for The only things we did not eat en a slight cold; I will be all right in a Catarrhal deafne3s with best results Were the chrysanthemuns. few days. You notice the clearing of of anything he has ever tr.ed. Extra Trousers absolutely free with the throat and continually harking and Silas Farley, of Twenty-sixt- h St., every order for a suit or overcoat for a expectorating mucous that drop3 con- South, came to the platform with his limited time only. stantly. But how about when asleep? right arm hanging limp by his side. Logan, Anderson & Tomlinson. This dripping continues just the same, He was unable to move it in any manand passes down through the bronchial ner whatever. a3 it was perfectly stiff tubes to the stomach, causing Catarrh at the shoulder joint and had been in of the stomach, with its many distress- this condition for six years. It was ing symptoms both of stomach and in- with curious expectancy that 7,000 peotestines. But what about it if it goes ple watched this man remove his coat to the lungs? I shudder to think of it. and at the joint was laid bare and AnConsumption, that great white plague, des' Oil applied in five minutes the Purchasers get the benefit of our 10 of which you newspaper men tell us Great Andes' said "Raise your arm, j ears experience in the business 160,000 people died last year in thi3 tie your tie, brush your hair and Look for other bargains listed in next country alone. Yes, Andes Great straighten yourself". This was done issue. Owners of farms who want to Prescription cures Catarrh, and I am with evident ease, while the great sell should see us at once. very proud of the message I carry to crowd yelled with praise for the great 270 acres of land, located near Coy on every citizen of Birmingham. It is a remedies that arc able to accomplish Kentucky river. In high state of culti d to everv home." these wonders. vation, 105 acres in grass, S5 acres in Many testimonials are coming in All Andes' Medicines are guaranteed bottom land producing corn every year daily. to give good results or your money will at shipping point on river, large, splenAnderson W. Taylor, living on 1st be returned. These medicines are on did residence, store room and other avenue, states that hehas been hard sale in Lancaster by McRobeits Drug necessary out buildings. This farm produces well and is one ot the best of hearing for fifteen ear3. Nothing Store. bargains on our list. Price $75.00 per acre. 176 acres within one mile of Paint Lick on L & N R. R. with good improvements, land lies well and is fertile within mile of graded school. Worth the money asked $105 per acre. 8o acres of land on pike J mile from good village 9 miles from Lancaster, BY MISS JEWEL DAILEY Marksbury, Ky. first class land, gopd improvements, 10 BBBaBBa3B5SBSEBESEg2ESEEEEEaE5B5eB3Ea room dwelling, well watered, In the famous "Camp Dick Robinson" section. Price 125.00 per acn-- . CHOCOLATE PIE. Three cottages at the low prices, Yolks of 5 eggs, 3 teacups of sugar. 1800., $2000. and$2100. 3 teacups of sweet milk, 200 acres good .'and, near Bryant3ville J teacup of butter,, 2 heaping tablespoons of flour. 2 heaping tablespoon of chocolate, well improved, large tobacco barn. If you want a money maker see this farm. Mix all well and cook to the thickness of starch. Line 3 pie tins with .$70. per acre. crust and bake, then pour the chocolate mixture equally between the 3 pans. No 491. 185 acres of high class land, Whip the whites and spread on. 2 miles out, 2 large tobacco barns, per acre, $120. 493. Cottage and 56 acres of fertele land, large tobacco barm, all but 9 acres in grass, on pike in one mile of Lancaster. Price $120. peacre. No 494. Several pieces of splendid city property for sale. 496. 100 acres of land, J mile from Lancaster & Lexington pike, 4 miles from Lancaster, good improvements, large tobacco barn, well worth the trice of $100. per acre. 497. 222 acres of fine land near Lancaster & Lexington pike, splendid improvements, at $90. per acre, 498. 63 acres, improved, near Paint Lick Graded School at $95. per acre. 499. 73 acres of rich land, right on pike, well improved, 2 miles of Lancaster, priced at $120. per acre and is worth it. No 501. 45 acres, new house on pike, near Bryantsville. Price $4,000.00. No 502. 90 acres, 170 yards from town limits of Lancaster on Lexington that's one thing you are ?S Avenue, unimproved, beautiful buildlooking for in these days f'iy ing sites, a bargain at $150. per acre. IjjSf of high living cost Calumet insures a wonder- - nTinfTiVp'f 503. 245 acres, on good road, ,1 mile Rj ful saving in your baking. But it does more. IruA'MijI from pike, fertile land, highly improved raised food. ? !! It insures wholesome food,tdstyfood-uniform- ly lies well, splendid water, susceptible of 2 Calumet is made right to sell right to bake right. Ask division into two or three farms. $95. Mtf oneof the millions of women who use it or ask your grocer. rjjH per acre. M&: RECEIVED HIGHEST AWARDS 504. 124 acres, on pike 1 mile from j World's Pure Food Exposition, duesffo. EL MtrWWT I Lancaster, large tobacco barn, one other Pri Exposition. France. Much. 1912. Mr. tiHlrWrfl lNigJ;i beautiful level building site fronting mf, . pike. $110. per acra. For further particulars write or call ill1 h gVt mtn it lnl rminlmii inUTWa. OJMmtt h far be ! on Hughes & Swinebroad, the real 'esmen. Lancaster, Ky. tate lO.-T- NEWPROPERTY LIST. god-sen- -- B3aSBa35BaS5SS3S33535S5aS:Laa55aBfa f favorite Jjecipes - yjeli Known yomen. 8 Ctosts Better rJk wMlk CALUMET BAKING POWDER Bakes less M ECONOMY "" agj' 33; Sl -- W5l ) his&e" The Central Record, Thursday Dec 3 1914. Page 5 0SS3yasS .: g M overpowered us and we are showing many new and attractive offerings has &M $$ X s&cr; for HOLIDAY GIFTS. Our Ladies Suits are selling fast at . . . OUR LINEN TOWELS AND HANDKERCHIEFS ARE BEAUTIFUL. SEE THEM. Ni EJ v. r" -- bt4 '' && &o3 .. uL-es- i to? 1 jsjJbsKaaii ft rt t & f& ;wi 'JsirVcJ n aixk 1 S i 1i maei 1 r&a btowmm'bs'bb'sb508' reBBra The Store Beautiful. I The Ladies Store of Lancaster. t 1 H TP j TD Vi '1 V- Y T 9 piosiwtm. Mr. Carl Acton spent Thanksgiving j LaQSSip v. A. 'v J.1 copied u.t N at home. se A tlricf Mention of the Comings anu Gear's l,y Those Vt Are Interested In. irMsssrexmmxtK&asassssrxB: sekhhF Mrs. Sarah Hurt is visiting Mrs. Wm Simpson at Teatersville. WINDOW GLASS. MoHotats Drug Store r IV DG 3EE!G 3E All Trimmed and Untrlmm-e- d Hats are now on sale for less than cost for cash only. .Come and get your choice early. MRS JOE FRANCIS. It DE & iW 3SE3E DC uosb wJuL fl aftifes dLtLn A See u 1 Ranges $26.50, Cook Stoves $8.00 to $ 9.50 Heaters $4.00 to $25. SHOT GUNS AT COST. Sugar and Lard Kettles. Coal Hods 25cts. WE ARE SELLING BUGGIES AT COST. Come get our prices. J. E. Mount, Son & Co. ijsafiisisi Now's The Time fJefcttfi For Filling Up if your coal bin is empty or even half full. It's folly to wait until you have to scrape up the last scuttle from the bottom of the bin. Order now, get the benefit of lowest market pricss and run no risk of delay on account of earlier Hmii orders. ji Lancaster Lumber. & M'fg Co, tMMMWHVV I am in the market for your turkeys Don't worry about buying your Xmas and will pay the highest market price, presents when you can attend the Japtf" H. C. Bailey. anese Bazar at Miss Rella Arnold's I have a full stock of buggy rugs. and buy all kinds of beautiful ai.d Harness. Horse Blankets and Whips. handsome presents cheaper than you y- -' Romans. We will can afford to make them. appreciate a call, Satuiday, Dec. 5th. Have your fruit trees pruned scienMaster Richard Davis of Paint Lick Something new. Circle Girls. tifically. Address H. Caldwell. R. R. Mr. and is visiting his grand-parenNo. 1. Lancaster Kv. Rev. and Mrs. J. W. Beagle were Mrs Geo. T. Ballard. most agreeably surprised on Thursday Just received a nice line of Xmas Miss Virginia Bourne is at home after evening, their 27th marriage anniver-sittoys, will have them on display Satura protracted visit to Lexington, when 56 members of the Baptist day. Mrs. W. H. Ward. and Sulphur Wells. congregation assembled at the parson. age in their absence and prepared a Mesdames R. L. Elkin and J. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Sweeney were in Dont fail to take advantage of the Lexington Friday evening for the Robinson are at home after a visit to feast of good things to tempt their ap free offer for a pair of trousers by petites. The house was brilliantly friends in Louisville. banquet given by the Shriners. Logan, Anderson & Tomlinscn. lighted and cheer and good wishes and children Mrs. Raymond Hendren Mrs. E. B. Tudor and children of greeted them on all sides. They were Furs Furs Furs. of Kirksville have been with her par- Richmond have been visiting Misses soon invited out to the dining room, A beautiful line on display from the quarter. ents Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Brown. Bessie and Eunice Prather. here they found xhe table prepared and The second quarter started out with largest fur house in N'ew York. Mrs. J. B, Paxton has returned to Hallie heavily laden with many delicacies. Mesdams W. J. Romans, Logan, Anderson & Tomlinson. Carrier for High School covering the her home in Stanford after a visit to Dunlap and H. C. Hamilton were Miss Francis Grant was the charm ball, when forward passes to kick and her mother 31rs. Alex Robinson. visitors in Danville Tuesday. ing young hostess at a birthday party Tomlinson at enda and end runs, suc Wanted. on last Friday afternoon at the home ceeded in making 2nd, OldMisses Viola Beagle and Charlotte Miss Margaret Arnold had Mr. touchdown, Wanted to rent a farm of about 100 Pollitt were with Mrs. Boone Sanders ham and Miss Edith Buchanan of Rich- of her grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Win, Lawson kicked goal making score stand acres. Money rent. Can give satisG. Anderson. The house was artisti- 14 to 0, High School. at Hubble for a visit of several days. mond as guests for Thanksgiving. The ball was factory reference. E. B. Creech. cally decorated in green. A number of again kicked olf to High School but it Miss Delia Tinder spent the Thanks Lancaster. Ky. Mrs. J. B. Bourne are at games indulged in added much pleasure Mr. and first went from one side to the other giving holidays in Greensburg as the home after a visit at their daughter to the youthtul assemblage. The hap- until time was out for 1st half, with For Rent. guest of Mr, and Mrs. Arthur Miller. Mrs. Fred Neighbors at Livingston. py occasion was to celebrate the 10th ten minutes intermission. My Property in Lancaster, Ky.. on Mrs. J. B. Soper and Miss Nora The Mrs. John McKenzie and daughter birthday of little Miss Grant. The 3rd quarter started off with Dan- Stanford Street adjoining Christian Brown are at home after a short visit have returned to their home after a delicious ices and cake that were served ville, kicking the ball, and by several ciiurch for year 1915. given to Mrs. Thomas Soper in Lexington. few days visit to Mrs. Hayden L.eavell. added to the enjoyment of the after- end runs and "Bucker" succeeded in .Mrs. E. J. Mason. noon. There were some 35 guests who going over line for touchdown Lawson. January 1st. Miss Kathleen Walters was the weekMiss Jessie Tatem has returned to wished many returns ot the day for the end guest of her cousin Mrs. M. F. failed to kick goal but missed made young hostess. Elkin at the Leland Hotel in Lexington. Lancaster after an enjoyable visit to For Sa! score now stand 20 to 0' High School. relatives in Estill and Madison counties. The following from the Richmond 4th quarter, started off with ball in The Presbyterian Missionary Society Sixty acies of land. 2; miles from Mrs. S. S. Yantis of Indianapolis and Register is of much interest to friends High School possession and it looked as met Wednesday afternoon at the home Lancaster on Sugar Creek pike. Good (J. Woolfolk ot .Lexington were ot the bride here where she often visit- if the local team, were out to see how of Mrs. F. S. Hughes on Richmond St. Mr. J. house, barn and plenty ot water. guests on Thursday of Mrs. W. Ross ed before making her home in Rich- many touchdown could be made, this Kerndon & Walker. Lancaster. Ky. Horace Walker of Louisville was Bastin. mond. All extend .best wishes and quarter however, two times the pig here for the Thanksgiving holidays hope for her much happiness. skin whs carried ovir the line for 12 Miss Eliza Todd has returned to her Last Call. with his sister Mrs. George D. Robin"Earl B. Jones of Louisville, an em passes with Lawson kicking 1 goal and home in Lancaster after a short stay son. The penalty will positively go on your ployee of the L. & A., and Miss Polly missing one, making final store stand with her friend Miss Botkin of Silver taxes unless paid befo.-- December 1st1 Traylor of this city were married 33 toO. Mr. and Mrs. John Glenn of North Creek, Ky. The game was well played by both This means jou. if you hav'nt paid Thanksgiving morning at the residence Carolina are here for a visit to Mrs. Miss Kathleen Walter entertained of Mr. E. B. Smith. L. E. Herron. M. C. L. The bride is the teams, and the long end runs of Law-so- n them. Glenn's parents Mr. and Mrs. R. S. "At Cards" on Wednesday afternoon bookkeeper of the local telephone comfor 30 to 40 yards gains and Herron, Brown. FOR RENT FOR YEAR 1915. in compliment to Miss Julia Jenkins of pany, and is an attractive and accom- Wilmott and G. Bourne were one of Misses Jennie and Mamie Dickerson Flemingsburg. young lady. The groom is a the features of the game. plished Will .ent the Red Brick house on were with their mother Mrs. Mary The linemen, consisting ot Elmore, "Janville street, nov occupied by Mr. Mr. Creed H. Simpson left Tuesday splendid and worthy young man. Many Dickerson of Richmond for a stay of friends extend hearty congratulations." Rainey, Rich, Kinnaird, Tomlinson, Will Davis. For for Richmond where he has accepted a price and terms, write, several days. Miss Jewell Spoonamore of Hubble Montgomery and Carrier stood like Fisher Herring, Route No. 4, position with the Madison Tobacco Mr. Joe L. Francis and bride were Warehouse Company. entertained at progressive Rook Satur stone walls, it was thru their good plav tf Crab Orchard. Ky. entertained upon their return to Laning that the gace was won. The pretty day evening, in honor of Misses Viola Mrs. Johnnie McKenzie and notice To Teachers. caster at a well arranged dinner at the playing of Veach and Harmon for Beagle and Charlotte Pollitt of Lan daughter. Ella Mae, of Mt Vernon, home of Mrs. W. A. Arnold. caster, and Misses Sarah Ford and Rose Danville were stars of players for DanI am expecting State funds to pay spent Thanksgiving with the formers Crawford of Louisville. Those playing ville. Capt Elliott was out of game, teachers on Dec. 12. All teachers Reverend J. W. Beagle and Mr. J. sister Mrs. J. J. Thompson. were, Misses Charlotte Pollitt, Viola together with B. C.uime and Miller, whose miinthl reports are signed by F. Holtzclaw were in Burgin the latter Mesdames S. S. Yantis of Indiana- Beagle, Marietta King, Siba Spoona- Asst. Capt. Herron very eagerly filled the part of the past week for the South trustee and chairman, polis and Bettie Dudderar of this city more, Hazel Stone, Lucy Spoonamore, his place. District Baptist Association. and on file in my office on that date have Deen visiting their niece Mrs. C. Mary Volden Gooch, Mina Rankin, lnis game enueu the season tor con- will receive the salary due them. Mrs. S. D. .Turner and little daughter F. Denman of Nicholasville. Sarah Fold and Rose Crawford, Messrs test games between L. H. S. and other Miss Jennie Higgins. Supt. Anna Belle, have joined Mr. Turner in A splendid photograph of Anna Belle Bowen Givens, Joe P. Wheeler, Grover teams. Lexington, where he holds a good n Following are th? ones who made McKetchin, Jonathon Raman, Morrison with the new Shelburne Tobacco Turner, the interesting little daughter Luce, Ott Jones, W. T. Robinson, F. touchdowns, Wiimott, B. Bourne 2, of Mr. and Mrs S. D. Turner appeared Herron and Lawson. Warehouse. On November 19th. 1914, I withdrew 'iT; in last Friday's issue of the Louisville J. Yeager, Newell Fox, R. R. Fox and Points by quarterj Total. from the firm of Becker, Ballard Goals W. A. Wheeler. Mrs. Mamie Farra Thompson has Times. Dr. &Co.. 33 3 L. H. S. returned to her home in Lexington of Bryantsville, having sold my interest The following invitation has been re- Danville 0 0000 0 At an elistment of the books in the to Mr. Taylor Scott. after spending the Thanksgiving library of the Womans Club, there was ceived by friends of the contracting Refree Tate, Umpire McRoberts. .1. C. Williams. holidays with Mesdames Fannie Farra is Time Keeper Miller, Herd lineman found to be 900 volumes, with an in- parties and the popular groom-to-b- e and S. C. Denny. already being congratulated upon his Kinnaird tsme quarter 10 minute:. crease of the newest books by well FARM FOR SALE. intended marriage. John McRoberts entertained on known authors. All the pupils returned to school "Mr. and Mrs. Dan Lynn Wood Thursday evening at a box party at I ha.e a well improved form of 110 Monday after several days vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Dunn, Mr. and request the honor of jour presence "The Rex" the new Opera House in Miss Mason, High School teacher acres, with all necessary buildings; welt Mrs. Jack Dunn, Mrs. Alice Adams and at the marriage of their daughter compliment to Miss Kathrine Mitchel visited, her kinspeople in Richmond watered, half mile of Post Office and Master Edwin Ramsey, all of LexingEdith of Bowling Green. one mile from good graded school. Thanksgiving. ton, motored into our city for a few to Mr. and Mrs. J. Raymond Haselden, hours last Saturday. Bro. Beagle visited our school Tues- - Will sell worth the money. Mr. William Beattie Denny Joe Haselden and Miss Kathleen Walter J. C. Williams, day morning and delivered a very- - inMaster Claude Rice Gaines, who has on the morning of Thursday the tenth Bryantsville' Ky. motored to Lexington Friday to attend tf. teresting talk. of December' the annual autumn ceremonial of Deen quite sick at me nome cr his par Nineteen hundred and fourteen On last Thursday, Thanksgiving day, ents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed C. Gaines, we Oleika Temple of Shriners. FOR SALE. at eight:thirty Ojdock Lancaster High School ended her Foot are glad to announce is much improved Miss Billie Wilkerson entertained "At and will soon b&Uiimself again. Methodist Episcopal Church Ball season bv defeating Danville. This 155i acres of land near Lancaster, Cards" last Friday for Mr. and Mrs. Eldorado, 111. makes 4 games out of 5 played on local Ky., now ready to grow any crops Mrs. H. A. B. Marksbury will return Forest Fitzgerald of Danville and Miss Will be at home gridiron that we won, or out of the 8 desired. 30 acres of this land will grow y (Thursday) irom ,a protracted Gertrude Wilkerson of Stanford. December the twentieth games played we won 4. from 1200 to 1500 lbs. of tobacco per stay of several months with her daugh after Hhnor Roll, 2nd Grade. acre, and more than pay for the land. Mr. Hume E. Tatum of Silver Creek ters Mesdames A. H. Rice of Richmond Lancaster, Ky." William Anderson. Elsie Fathergill, The first year giving the tenant his and Miss Sallie M. Botkin of London Ina, and J. M. Staughton of Covington. There is nothing nicer for a Xmas Louise Taylor, Beesie Lee Walker. share, timber sufficient to saw up and were united in marriage at the Baptist uouecior tionn w. nugneahas re 'present than a men set of furs, we Ethel Brattorf, Henderson Bogie, build all the barns desired, if interested parsonage, Rev. J. W. Beagle officia; Dora Hagan, write. Mrs. Pattie G. Haydon, ting. -- The Rev. Beagle also officiated turned, from Gulf port, Miss., whera he have them and can save you 35 per Elizabeth Dudley, . Linda Jennings, Lettie Jennings, ThnrsHnv at the mnrriniTfi of Mr, Wm was called by the illness of his' son,-Mr- ent on each set. Nicholasville. Ky., R. F. D. 4. Taylor Hughes, who underwent an Virginia Sutton, Chester Lewis. ' Logan, Anderson & Tomlinson. 55 Black and Miss Maggie Ray of Buckeye ts v, Nich-olasvil- le ll-5.- tf e nd sub-distriftsi-tio- Mrs. John Woolfolk of Lexington is visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Bourne. Mrs Geo. Ballard spent Thanksgiving with her daughter Mrs. Jack Davis of Paint Lick. The Chautauqua Circle met on Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. F. B. Marksbury. Mr. G. M. Lyons was in Stanford this week on business. Mis3 Catherine Bourne is at home after a visit to friends in Danville. Miss Annie Martin of Danville spent Thanksgiving with Miss Fay Acton. Miss Julia Jenkins of Flemingsburg is the guest of her mother Mrs. S. Jenkins. Mr. Willie Comely, who has been in Indianapolis, for some time is at home for a visit. Dr and Mrs. B. C. Rose motored to Lexington for the banquet held at the Phoenix hotel. Mr. George Collis of Lexington spent the past week with his friend Mr. Creed Simpson. Mesdames Jackson of New York and Parka of Danville are guest of Mrs. Henley V. Bastin. Mrs. Hall and little daughter of Louisville were the recent guests of Dr and Mrs. J. M. Acton. The latter operation for appendicitis. is now out of danger and will soon be well. Mrs. Hughes remained with him. -- Advocate. D. A. Thoiras, of Lexington, but who still likes to ckII Lancaster his home, was here Wednesday, much to the delight of his friends. Mrs. Sallie Ros3 Lawson entertained on Friday afternoon at a most enjoyable party for her son George and little neice Miss Helen Gulley. The hours were from 3 to 5. Games enlivened the time quite pleasantly for the youthful! Most delicious refreshgathering. ments were served. CfiOOL NOTES. (By Wm. F. Miller.; Danville Went Down - YOBU FIND IT IN THIS COLlBiN. In Defeat Here Thanksgiving Day, By High School By Scoie Of Second seri.-- s of Inti rnaon;iI Lyceum Bureau next T.ieda- uil" .. - 33 to 0. Houm: sr.d lot tin Lexington slice!, for sale or rent. Mrs. Suan Fisher. On last Thursday evening before a large crowd, and ideal weather the Danville boys were defeated by High School by score of 33 to 0. This war one of the best games played, although the score was a little one sided. The Danville squad never gave up hopes, they played good ball, but were outclassed by local team. The game started with, Lancaster receiving the ball, Lancaster after hitting the line and by end runs succeeded in getting the ball to about the middle of the field, when the ball was turned over to Danville fot downs but was soon gained back, when end runs by Herron, Bourne and Lawson, and bucks by Wilmott, High School succeeded in going over the goal line for 1st touchdown. Lawson kicking goal making score Danville stand 7 to 0, High School. again kicked off to High School, but not much time was left of this quarter as was Lancaster ball in Danville territory when time was out for 1st Watch for the pretty doll thaj. is to be given away at Mrs. W. II. Wards. Every child should s MeCormick and his dog next Tue-d- aj nis;ht School Auditorium. dissoluFioInotice. 1112 12-4-- to-da- ' 1 J H Page 6 The Central Record, Thursday Dec 3, 1914. Madison Tobacco Warehouse TSimnfWFf?TP-TTi2SZ.; . -- T i'1'VV"!' .', 'iJJT'Z will, open for reception of Tobacco, Monday, November 30th. 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. TEAS. C. H. VAUGHT, SEC. E. DEATHERAGE, i. JjB'J PUBLIC SALE k? r-- McCreary. Mr. and Mrs. 'f 1 r IBM 1pS ? Mt" i& ! tt c:..l i:ouxd FLORiDA-CUBA-NEWOHLEAK tr;? fakes to AND TO ALL OTHER RCSORTS OF THE SCUTH. TICKETS ON SALE DAILY. LIBERAL RETURN LIMIT. FAVORABLE STOP-OVE- R PRIVILEGES. I: ii Automobile OWNES ATTENTION. in Mrs. Chas Bolton made a pleasant visit with her daughter Mrs Jim Snyder last week. For Particulars Apply to Any Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Prather spent Agent or Address Ticket Thanksgiving with Mr. and Mrs. Sam H. C. KING, Pass r and Ticket AgenS Hardin. Mrs. Wilbert Daily and little son, 101 East Main St., Lexington, Ky. visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Sebastian part of last week. The Christian Endeavor boys and girls stormed Newel Ham on lastThurs day evening, and a delightful time was had. Mr. Roy Prather and Miss Pattie Walker were quietly married at the bride's home on the 26th Bro. Tinder officiating. Mr. Homer Sebastian and Miss Mary Baker drove to Richmond Thanksgiving DSE MIMA WHEN This and were united in marriage. popular young couple have many wish STOMACH IS DPSET. es for a happy future. BUYERS TO SHARE IN PROFITS Mr. and Mrs. Stevie Lay ton. Mr. and Mo matter how long you have sufferLOWER PRICES ON FORD GARS ed from a miserable, upset stomach, in Mrs. Sim Wheeler, Mrs. Rilda and Miss Effective from August 1, 1914 to August 1. 1915 and a digestive or dyspepsia, a Annie Layton visited Mr. and Mrs. guaranteed against any reduction during that time simple, inexpensive prescription easily Jesse Sebastian Thanksgiving. had at any drug store will quickly, $490. TOURING CAR safely and effectively end the distress, - $440. RUNABOUT or it will not cost you a penny. SOFT FLDFFY HAIR IS When your stomach is out of order $690. TOWN CAR some foods taste good but work badly, K O. R. Detroit, all cars fully quipped. FIRST AID TO BEADTY. (In the United States of America only.) fermenting into a stubborn lump and If your hair is not fluffy, soft and Further, we will be able to obtain the maximum surely causing sour or acid taste in the efficiency in our factory production, and the minimouth, severe pain in the pit of the lustrous, is falling out, streaked, faded. mum cost in our purchasing and sales department stomach, gas, coated tongue, offensive brittle, or full of dandruff, and if the if we can reach an output of 300.000 cars between breath, restless nights and nervousness. scalp itches, do not think it must always the above dates. And should we reach this production, we agree to pay as the buyer's share from It's needless for you to suffer for be that way, for pretty hair is only a $40 to 60 car (on or about August 1, 1915) to just a few tablets bring joyful matter of care and the use of the proper every retail buyer who purchases a new Ford car relief they do more for these little hair dressing. Your hair is like a plant between August 1. 1914 and August 1. 1915. if neglected it soon dies, while with "helps to health" soothe and strengthen For further particulars regarding these low prices the inflamed and weakened stomach a little attention it keeps fresh and g plan see and walls and increase the flow of the beautiful. Parisian Sage is a scientific preparaMADISON GARAGE, Richmond, Ky. digestive juices so that the stomach intend- tion that supplies just the elements can care for the food as nature needed to invigorate the heir roots and ed, No matter what ails your stomach stimulate your hair to grow long, thick, It removes put your faith in Get some fluffy, soft and lustrous. of these harmless but helpful tablets all dandruff with one application and from K. E. McKoberts to'Jay and eat quickly stops itching head and falling hair. It is the ideal hair tonic and 'eg whatever your appetite craves, and XXWG)(:mv t?'tefei'W!v.5'Wi 'W'C&i&'O-X&scalp treatment contains nothing innever fear distress. jurious and is delicately perfumed. R. E. McRoberts or any druggist, can supply you with Parisian Sage- - it COY is inexpensive: You cannot be disapUlyssus Raines sold some butcher pointed with this delightful and helpful toilet necessity, for it will surely give cattle price 6c. A. T. Sanders sold to Mr. Hiram Ray your hair the beauty and charm of youth. of Buckeye 1 steer for 5J ct per lb. ... Mrs. Peachie Grow is spending a few to davs with her sister Mrs. M A Sanders. Jit. (lei)L'o u Todd Simpson bought from Jeptha Mrs. Sarah Ann Nelson is quits sick Onstott some meathogs, price unknowr Mr. Willie Moberly bought of Joe at this writing. Born on the 19th to the wife of Mr. Turner some meat hogs for 6J cts per pound. Hunter Ray a girl. Mr. D. R. Montgomery is quite sick A. T. and J. I. Sanders sold to F. Osborne a team of yearling mules, with heart trouble at this writing. Mr. and Mrs. Jno Eason and daughter & price $220. J. C, the baby of R. H, Preston who Miss Pearl of Burgin spent last week has been very low with pneumonia is with relatives here. improving. Mrs. E. F. Scott spent a part of last Mr. Clyde Sanders was the week end week with friends and relatives near guest of his brother L. L. Sanders at and in Bryantsville. Crab Orchard. Josephine, the baby of Mr. and Mrs. Quite a number from here were with Chas. Duncan ha3 been suffering from We have the largest and best equipped Mr. J. M. Sanders Nov. 26th, it being an abscess on her neck. his 90th birthday. Tire Repair Shop in the State :and our MaMiss Martha Thompson spent Satui-da- v D. D. Dugan will fill his regular apnight and Sunday with the Misses chine Shop, which is modern in every' respect pointment at Scotts Fork Saturday Coulter near Bryantsville. night and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Sherrow and sons is handled by the best machinists obtainable. Mr. and Mrs. Elijah MacMillian en Johnnie and Leslie attended a birthday All our work is guaranteed and our H tertained quite a number of their friends dinner at Mr. Elisha Forbes at McCreary on the 27th. at dinner last Sunday. prices are reasonable. Misses Mary and Katie Sherrow attend Mrs. McClaio's Experience With Croup. ed Mt. Olivet Sunday. Quite a number of young people attended the meeting "When my boy, Ray, was small he there during the week, m ... to I was always m was subject suchcroup, andChamberlain's alarmed at times. Sick Two Years With Indigestion. Cough Remedy proved far better lhan 135-1- 38 South Limestone. any other for this trouble. It always "Two years ago I was greatly benefited through using quickly. H relieved him house for I am neverwith-ou-at of Chamberlain's two or three bottles it in the I know it is Tablets." writes Mrs positive cure for ctoup," writes Mrs. S. A. Keller, Elida, Ohio. "Before W. R, McClain, Clairsville, Pa. For taking them I was sick for two years sale by all dealers-- . with indigestion." Sold by all dealers. two-hors- EQUIPMENT. S5RT..T; AND SCEMERY UNSURPASSED g Having sold my farm, I will on SATURDAY, DEC. 12th '14 at 10 o clock, sell at public auction at. the farm, 3 miles north of Lancaster on the Buckeye pike, the following described property: One buggy mare; 1 three year old horse, well broke; 1 four year old mule; 1 four year old Jack; 1 mare in foal to Jack; pony colt; 4 Jersey cows: 4 Jersey heifers, fresh in March; good e wagon; buggy and harness; mowing machine, good as new; 2 turning plows, hill side plow; 2 double shovels, 2 corn shelters, side saddle, washing machine, hog box, 30 gallon kettle, grindstone, corn drill, 8 stands of bees, 4000 bundles of rye, 2 tons of hay, few shocks of Sorghum. 1 Riding Cultivator, 2 pairs of Wire fence stretchers, 1 rake; some shoats. Household and kitchen furniture and other articles too numerous to mention. Will sell on 12 months time. J. W. RAINEY. Lancaster, Ky. AM BOURNE, Auctioneer. Jeptha Onstott visited Mr. and Mrs. Dan Ray Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Collins spent Sunday wih Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Ham. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Wheeler spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Irvin. Robert Yater has been very sick the past two weeks with tonsilitis but is better. The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there Is at least on. dreaded disease that science has been able to cure In all Its stages, and that la Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional disease, requires a constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system, thereby destroying the foundation of the disease, and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature In doing Its work. The proprietors have so much faith In Its curative powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that It falls to cure. Send for list of testimonials. Aidress: F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Tol.do. O. 75c. Sold by ait Tak. Hall's Family Fills for constlpatlta. Drug-gist- $100 Reward, $100 rK.'v?ir utrzsnzj& XAjjyamasrcx B. F. HUDSON, President. srer--. .rzrr. rem irt t- - W. O. Rigney. As3't Cash'r. J. J. WALKEK, Joe J. Walker, Jr.. Vice r. Prest, Book-Keepe- W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. ORGANIZED 1SS3. Citizens National Bank OF LANCASTER, KY. g Capital $50,000. Surplus $40,000. L. &N. Train Schedule At Lancaster, .Ky. This bank is supervised by the United States Government Your deposits are thus guarded; safety should be first in all things. Deposit with us, and you can nelp us, and we can help you. Make this bank YOUR bank. Arrive. No 10; 5:00 a. m. To Maysville, connecting at Richmond with L & N to Frankfort & Louisville; at Winchester with C & O to Lexington & Frankfort, Mount Sterling & THE NATIONAL BANK OF Mi-o-n- Ashland, at Paris to Cincinnati. No 71; 8:35 a. m. To Rowland & Stanford connecting at Rowland, L & N to all points South No 28; 11:04 a. m. To Richmond, connecting with L & N to Irvine & Beattyville. Lexington & Cincinnati, Middlesboro & Knoxville. No 70; 11:50 a. m. To Richmond, connecting with fast train to Cincinnati. No 27; 2:09 p. m. To Louisville, connecting at Lebanon Junction to Elizabethtown & Bowling Green, and at Bardstown Junction to Bardstown & Springfield. No 9; 8:42 p. m. To Stanford, connecting with fast train to Bristol & Atlanta. INCASTER. Capital $50,000. A. R Surplus $30,000. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. JEN1IY, President J. E. STORMES. Vice Pres't. Jmbry, Ass't Cashier. R. T J. L. Gill, Book-Keepe- r. Safety Deposit WE SOLICIT Boxes For Rent. YOUR BUSINESS. Samual D. Cochran, Alex R. Denny, J. H. Posey, J. E. Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. pr Mi-o-- profit-sharin- Mi-o-n- a. J I 0 The undersigned hereby gve warning to all persons not to trespass upon our lands for any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all offenders to ful lest extent of tha law. Hunters and. Fishermen especially take notice. G. W. Elam. R. L. Elkin. Ed & N B Price J. W Sweeney John M. Farra W. G. Anderson J. H. & W. S. Weaver. B. L. Kelley. S. C. Henderson, B. M. Lear. A. J. Caddell, W. S. Embry Mrs. Pattie D. Gill. H. C. Arnold Sarah J. L. Hackley. Jas. G. Conn. S. L. Rich. W. B. Ray. Henry Moore. J. C. Morgan. A. N. Ballard, S. E. Owsley. We will add other names for 25cent cash. POSTED Diaw A Check for the money you ove and note how much more respectfully your creditors regard you. They like to do businGss 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. Thev will grow all right. The Garrard Bank ..O-- & Trust Company VJWlumn.- "m '.' '' in Jfc. tj h Designed u and Official Directory Of Garrard County. Patented 1887 r M 1 Circuit Judge Hon. Ciaries A. Hardin. Commonwealths Attorney Hou. Eirim.t Twenty-seve- n Pur-yea- r. Years Ago the first Cortright Metal Shingles were put on. Lexington why not stop at a Garage where 5 prompt and satisfactory 1 services are rendered. When Circuit Clerk William B. Mason. Master Commissioner W. II. Brown Trustee Jury Fund BeuJ. F. Robiuso Official Court Stenographer Miss Sue She'bj Mason. I I I ft S I s n County Judge C.A.Arnold, i County Attorney G. C. Walker. County Clerk J. W. Hamilton. Deputy clerk Harry Tomllnson. Coroner J, A. Jones. Sheriff C. A. Robinson. Deputy Sheriff George T. Ballard. Superintendent of Schools Miss Jennie Hig gins. Assessor Dave Sanders. Deputy Assessor E. B. Ray. Jailer Dave Ross. Supervisor of Roads Cleveland Bonrne. Treasurer J. W. Elmore. MAGISTRATES. I EverSince I The the only attention they've had i3 an occasional coat of paint In addition to the lasting qualities, they're They're still on still in good condition, and Fireproof, Stormproof and inexpensive. For Sale by I Local Contractors or Cortright Metal Roofing Company, 50 North 23rd Standard Street, Philadelphia. J.N. White 1st, Dlst. Logau Ison 2nd. Diet. John 8. 11dm 3rd. Dlst. James Coldlron 4th. Dlst. COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION Dakota Jack's INDIAN REMEDIES have made his name famous all over the United States and Canada. Composed of Roots, Herbs, Barks and Berries. For treatment of Human Diseases. Pursley's Indian Herbe 45 Days' Treatment, $1.00 Dakota Jack's Cowboy Liniment 25c Dakota Jack's Creme Soap. Price 10c. 3 bars 25c Thomps Arnold. Jr. 1st. Dlst. R. D McMurtr). 2nd. Dlst. O. J. Uendreu. 3rd. Dlst. Thomas P. King. 4th. Dlst. CITY OF LANCASTER. Mayor L. G. Davidson. City JndgeJ. P. Prather. City Attorney J E. Roblnsou. Central Motor Oar Co. Lexington," Kentucky. i CltyClrk F.G. Hurt. 1-- City Aisessor John M. Mount. City Treasurer W. F. Champ. Chief Police L. E. Herron. COUNCILMEN J. H. Dalton Parker Gregory. W. 11. Zanone. Sam Cotton. W. O. Goodloe Dr. J. A. Amon. DAKOTA JACK The Northwestern Cowboy ORIGINATOR OP otl. ON SALE AT C. C & J. L Sternes aad R. L McRecerts. PURSUITS INDIAN HERBS A.irfrv ..Jte-M.r-- l 5Mi& tlL$, .v jttis, v h& . -- A;? vw t'itjL.- - jfe-ir- -, - 1 The Central Record, Thursday Dec 3 1914. Page 7 1 i THE &REAT 1 ! 'I vmr&wraz u iiiiiii'iim mm i it tmiminAmmzmx:4x.x - uiiiiiiiiiiiiijuiiiiiiiii iini in !! iimiiMm iiiii II II r Kjl Notice:-- I have been lucky in purchasing the well known stock of R. S. Brown, Court House Square, Ky., at a very low price, and since I bought this fine stock, I have added a full and complete line of ' 3 Ladies9 OioaScs, Suits, mm Men's, Boys and Ghiidrens Ovgreoats and Suits I have also engaged in other enterprises for which I am COMPELLED TO RAISE $10,000.00 and have therefore decided to offer the best part of my stock at a Great Sacrifice in order to Raise Ready Cash. its .? 18 Hememto This Great Sacrifice Sale Will 'cL, rLlL ATURDAY iwg--qi-j 9 Illlll III AND WIL.Lt LAST 15 DAYS ONLV MtMUm FT nS IrJL JLm :H WRiAWA4J.MMH'W.II)H'l!VMtiJll T .1 rue ut3 Pfi? ,S5 m b3 a b5j rib itfts tjJH res Thp OB! E5lb r A s We desire to sell our entire stock regardless of cost. It will be well for you to attend this sale as coon as possible, and owing to the fact th&t the goods have been actually marked for less than they can be manufactured, it will be well for you to make your purchase as early as possible, This will be the greatest Sacrifice sale ever conducted in Lan- caster and will go down in history as such. " rsduvSu siwr 1 R rr SBIf i t. atr: Ever known in the History of Business in Lancaster, Ky. All of our stock will go in this great Sacrifice Sale, and all for less than actual cost of manufacture. Every Man, Woman and Child within a radius of 25 miles around, are well aware of the fact that R. S. Brown, of Lancaster, Ky., handled only the best Merchandise. IMia.Ma!!l!TW. i.lfLJHlJlllH.Lt.Lf'HlJ.t,1.. Hf Li Hi TTlTTW'tTJttWi"- p.. Tirpf.s.yj;t3m: TCTflffTTSf Wll HIIUI- M-i ""J" ""TI HI lllllll uju grimfcj&giMja. ersmrsjmzzLt. tr 1 t3 All F eft & J8 JJ 7a I par Our i h m i rri m. KkM Br"1 &1 SI A Dff' 43 Styles, our Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Caps and Furnishings Goods, Are New and Garments, having Deen made for fall trade. Also a full line of Ladies Cloaks, Suits and other Ready-to-wethe best money can buy. We defy any merchant in this community to meet our prices on any ot our goods hn this announcement. I could not begin to do it without taking a great loss. Up-To-D- ate !5' 3 ar TTTjQj jMxiz.T2-tr:nws9tn- a fi Mens Overcoats Cravenettes and Raincoats. $10.00 Coats 12.50 Coats 15.00 Coats 18.00 Coats 20 and $25 $4.98 $6.98 $7.48 S9.98 Shoes of Best Known Men's Pants. Men's $1.25 2.00 Men's 2.75 Men's 3,00 Men's A Fall and Complets Line .74 Brands. $4.50 Shoes 3.50 Shoes 3.50 Oxfords 3.00 Shoes 2.00 Shoos 1.50 Shoes $3.98 82.75 $2.25 $1.75 $1.48 $1.23 Coats $l-- 48 Sensational Bargains Clothing. MeD's In S4.48 $7.49 $9.98 Men's 3.50 Men's 5.00 Men's 0 Pants Pants Pants Pants Pants Pants Pants Suits Suits Suits .98 S1.28 S1.48 S1.98 Prices of Men's HATS. Reduced Accordingly. Men's, Ladies and Children's Gloves at Extremely Low Prices. A Full and Complets Line of Dry Goods to numerous to mention, at a great Ladies Millinery Dep't Is Complete, with all Latest Shades and Styles. It will all go in this sale at $1.00 $l.-'- 5 Overalls Overalls 89c .98c 12c 5 Cent Work Shirts.... $1.0" Fine Shirts 3c $2.98 $4.98 99 $1.28 $1.48 less than half price. Furnishing Goods. lOcts. Sox, Sale Price at 6"Lcts. All 15 cts. Sox, Sale Price at Hcts. AH Heavy Ladies and Gents 39c 83c Boy's Knee Suits. $2.00 2.50 3.00 3.50 4.00 Underwear. 5'cent Grade " Men's Men's Men's Men's Men's $9.00 12.50 15 00 18.00 20.00 25 and Suits Suits Suits Suits Suits. $30 Suits.. Ladies, Misses and Children's Prices, SJ0.48 812.48 .. Shoes at Extremely Low Rubber Shoes and Boot's Low Prices. at very .$14.98 Boys Knee Boys Knee Boys Knee Boys Knee Boys Knee 5,00 Boys Knee 7.50 Boys Knee Suits Suits Suits Suits $1.98 $2.73 $3.48 $4.98 All 10 cts. All 15 cts. All 25 cts, All 50 and 42 cts. 7 cts Ladies Hose at Ladies Hose at 11 cts. 19 cts. Ladies Hose at 75 cts. Ladies Hose at $1.00 Grade 25 eent Grade 19c All $1.0 Union Suits Children's Underwear, prices 86c There are numerous other articles in this sale not mentioned above, at reduced prices. Everything in this sale will be displayed with prices attached so that it will be easy for you to make your purchase. We have arranged our floor space for the accomodation and comfort for the large crowd of customers that will attend this great sale daily. We will have enough salesmen to wait upon you so that you will not have to be waiting. In fact we have made every arrangement possible for the convenience and comfort of the people attending this Great Sacrifice Sale. DON'T FORGET THE PLACE. G . M ,. LYONS. LANCASTER KY. SUCCESSOR TO R. S. BROWN, PUBLIC SQUARE, LANCASTER, KY. ..Ti, , ,, -- , tV.1;4 . .j- - r'i i r , i.jry?I O. Pcge 8 The Central Record, Thutlsaay Dec 3, 914. 1 'i tit. !.... ZH H. C. Bright, Pres. J. S. Price, VicePres. 5. Allen Hieatt, SecTreas 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 ;3.nd 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. ; Tobacco i Warehouse Company. Incorporated.'? Danville, Ky. ' PROGRAM OF DEDICATION AT BRYANTSVILLE. Saturday December 5, beginning at 10: A. M. Song America Devotional ... Welcome AdJress Music Address . . SHALL FARM OR LOTS FOR SALE. I have sixteen acres of land, fronting on 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 Possesspring of everlasting water. sion at once. Will sell on easy terms. G. B. Swinebroad, Lancaster, Ky. Public Safe -OF !, i I. M. Dunn, President Jno. S. Van Winkle, Secretary J. M. Sallee, Ass't Secretary Audience. Rev. R. L. Lee. Dr. B. Montgomery. Prof. Milton Elliott, Frankfort, Ky Bryantsville Band. Prof. I. D. Hacker, Buena Vista. NOON. LAND AND PERSONALTY. V9'lbaWZtf'aVaVaVaVaVaVa 4 Bryantsville Band. Music Address Prof. V. O. Gilbert, Frankfort, Ky Rev. F. M. Tinder, Lancaster, Ky. Address Prof. M. L. Caneer, Lancaster. Ky. Address We shall also have a representative from the Normal School at Rich- Good Eight Room Brick House and mond and the Department of Agrieulture, everybody is cordially invited. The Store Room, for Sale. of the entire countv are expected. teachers, trustees and Cistern, Well, Hydrant, Barn and all Miss Jennie Higpins, Supt. Necessary Out Buildings. For further information call at BABBAN. As administrator of the estate of S. E. Owsley' deceased, I will sell to then highest and best bidder at his late' residence, near Hubble, in Lincoln) County, Ky., on the day of aaaaaaaaaaaaaHaHtaWilTriAW iJ KltliW!''MWVIt" afLiaiaiaiaiaHiHiiaiaHPlliaifllaBaiHllHn shhhmsmL2a . lWrt BV'aKKaiaiB HS-T- V" ' 2 IwOXaBI' STVj I Wednesday, Dec. 16, 1914 -- ""l OAK Afifyy I ife a A OUR mmwi AUTO HOTEL "vr'"LM 3iK X:f W&Hfl CI 5 Jf - sssW Xl-t " x - '''isiBkm t" ,$ ,U: :.. B ? .?- -. -- ,; -- : ;' - - fisSi w'.'.-nr f- -, Mrn LLLV' "TL i" J. E. Seale,Prop Yes. this is an auto hotel. long headed enough to And we fancy we art treat our patrons right If s good business ex- We try to make them feel at home when they park or store their cars with us. for us to extend many little courtesies, many little tra services that please the patron. We pay special attention to transients. We want to be known as the best auto hostelry in the state. sale beginning promptly at 10 o'clock, A. M., the following personal property and will offer for sale as agent of the heirs-at-laof the said S. E. Owsley the following real estate: Six milk Barber Shop. cows and calves, two registered Jersey cows, one Jersey heifer, subject to register. 24 hogs including 8 brood sows, 5 horses including 1 extra good, gentle, family horse, 1 aged mare mule, 1 yearling mare mule, 1 corn planter (new); 1 mowing Optician machine (new) ; 2 riding cultivators, E. W. Morrow, Graduate (new) ; 1 (new) ; 1 corn filHsses Fitted. Satisfaction Guaranteed. cutter (new); 1 Studebaker wagon (new) ; I Ross cutting box, No 10 (new) ; h 1 cultivator, several turning plows, 2 wagons, 1 post hole and digger, 100 barrels of picked corn in crib, 80 rods of Adrian wire fence, 50 bales of straw, 5 shares of stack in the Hubble Telephone Company, 40 gallons Opposite Post Office. of crude oil, 300 shocks of fodder and other things too numerous to mention. Bath In Connection. At the same time and place the home place will be offered for sale, the farm consists of about 220 acres of fertile land situated about I mile East of Hubble on the Danvilla and Lancaster pike. This farm is well improved with a handsome colonial brick residence, with seven rooms and large hall. There are two barns on the farm. This farm U Fine Cut Flowers. well watered and suited for a stock There acres of John M. McRoberts. farm. and 40 are 4 of wheat. growing acres alfalfa If the farm is not bold will be rented for money rent to the highest bidder. Terms made known on day of sale. Any one wishing to se the farm can Physician and Surgeon call upon W. W. Owsley, who can be found at the itsidence. LANCASTER. KY. B. W. OIVEXS, Administrator Residence Phone 220. Office Phone 6. of S. E. Owsley, i Col. I. M. Dunn, Auctioneer. y jt tVmSBmB9KBBSBKKItKStmBKtiBIBtM VaaaaaaaaaaaH Henry Duncan's w BaaaaaaaaHaaaaaaaaaalHaaiHfiHMiBiafiMiiSe aVaVaVHaVaVaVaVaVaVaVaavJaHKilBi xg8P gSByP two-hor- se disc-harro- w THE NEW Sell your tobacco at the BIG HOUSE, that is the Peoples, located on Perryville St., one block from Q & C Depot; the house that has all the facilities to handle your tobacco, having installed the latest auup-to-date five-toot- two-hor- Barber Shop Honakers The Howe Scale Co., Manufacturers. tomatic scale Just roll your tobacco on this, it does the rest. You see it all, and wilh other improvements made we are in a position to handle your tobacco with the greatest care, having men of expe ience to look after your interest very carefully. We solicit your business for this season, assuring you a hearty Kentucky Welcome, and the highest market price for your tobacco. Telephone No's. 50, 529,800. W. M. ELLIOTT, J DAILY SALES. FREE STABLE AND FREE INSURANCE ON YOUR TOBACCO. , H. J. PATRICK, !r Dsntist. i FARMER'S tOCCOtftOtiWC COLUMN I P. L. CONN'S GARAGE- Lexington Street. Paint Lick. Kentucky dpace below this lieadiug Is for trie eiclu-lv- e use of our farmer subscribers, and is for the sale of stock, grain and such things on farm as the farmer cannot afford to advertise. No notice will be accepted oer four lines, and will be only la '.wo issues of the ecord. free of charge PEOPLES TOBACC WAREHOUSE Incorporated. Lancaster, Ky. J. A. Beazlev FUNERAL DIRECTOR Office Over National Bank. Residence Phone 3. Office Phone 27 AWELCOME VISITOR. where it is known, is a box of our sparkling ginger ale, orange soda or other of our carbonated beverages. If Phone FOR sALE:-- I have 16 bull calves I Office Hours Jlto4-7to9pyou have not yet'tried any or all of 229. will sell worth the money. them ou don't know what a fine treat C. H. Collins. ou hac been missing. Don't keep on M. K. Benny aiii McCreary, Ky . A. Wheeler v missinc it. Order a box and Doctors Of Dental Surgery. J. Frank Thompson, who lives about commence enjoying yourself. miles from Lancaster on the Crab "T Ofllce: StormesBnlldlugovei Hurt & Ander four T Orchard pike, has 26 stock ewes for 60n' Furniture Store. JDOL JLcLIICcISlGa" KENTUCKY. sale, that will lamb in February. LANCASTER. Phone 202. Mr. F. L. Thompson, of Preachers-villhas 12 nice meat hogs that he will sell worth the money. .m to-da- LANCASTER, KY. FOR SALE::A few Plymouth Rock Roosters. Mrs. Edd Grow. Phone 50-- 2 Ar Danville, ft i N Kentucky. tHng CO. e, Dealers Wanted Jersey Milk cow 4 For Sale:-Fres- h with calf. W. F. Clark, Lancaster Ky We Write Anv Kind of INSURANCE Office at National Bank. Ky. 650 to 800 pounds. DEALER In eatfc WE WANT a wide-awak-e town In Southern Ohio, adjacent territory in W. Virginia, Southern Indiana and entire State of Kentucky to take on our line of LEWIS, AUifl and METZ automobiles. Our cars SLU. goou. satisfy the owners, and you make MONEY. From SST5 up; also one at $495. This is a good chanc for an established Auto Dealer to take aon a lire quick-sellinline of popular cars, or for HUSTLER with a little money and backing toget business. Write into a first class money-makin- g quick for particulars to the iFctory 21-X. MOTORS COMPANY, A'inth St.. Cincinnati, Ohio. AliliEN "37" S895 red stear. weight about Any information given Capt. T. A. Elkin will be thankfully received. Lost;-Yellow FOR SALE:-Pur- e Boars and Gilts. taken at once. FOR-SAL- J. Office over The National Bank of Lancaster, A, BEAZLEY & GO. Phone 27. bred Hampshire 8 ct3. per pound, if S. H. Aldridge. Hyattsville, Ky. pound steers. "P Hi -3 WHY chances with your towls? Good quality. J T. Pope, Marksbury, Ky." AjaBsV is absolute and quick death to the germs of roup, colds and other Infectious diseases. A few drops In the drinking water kills the disease terms and prevents sickness. OneSOo bottle makes 12 eallons of medicine. 'At dmsslsts, or by mall, post paid. Valsablo poultry book tree. Bouuon rami co.. firisuss Bourbon Poultry Cura iHrir RICHMOND, KY. ATRAININQ SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS J-- 1 - sut3cextificatea. rxKXMt-ecnoo- t. (.Apriairitees. Two SDlendid dormitories, new i, new manual training building, practice schopl, department of agriculture, a well equipped ayiunastanu Domestic Science. sFirst Term begins September 7, Second Term November 16, Third Term January 25, Fourth Terra April 5, Summer School opens q. CBABBE, President. . June 14, Catalogue Free. rteamiig to Elementary, Intermediate and Life Valid in alt Public Schools of Courses and Review Courses. Tuition tnert. Ken-Soac- ial j. . j .Syji.--i- j