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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): December 10, 1914 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1914 cen1914121001_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 10, 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 VENTRAL REGORD, PURE RELIGION, UN1ARNISSED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT TWKNTY FIFTH YEAR. LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, DECEMBER 10, 1914. Are you ready for Xmas? Have you paid your war tax? Overcoats and Suits at half price, while they last. Logan, Anderson & Tomlinson. NUMBER 38. - ROBINSON. MR. CDRTIS A. ROBINSON, SJgfiigiS,'l!igJHS!ajBSliS!'2il!li GfOglSc TO THE Get busy, just two more weeks until Xmas. Tempus fugit! almost here! Get busy! Xmas is ILL HEALTH. Housewife. 8 We have a full line of Sausage Mills, Lard Presses and o H MWl -- ? BnFJ.f7T::..ff. r a rasasg km I ? A & See our "Non-Ru- st milk and water buckets, wash basins, dish pans and churns. We especially call your attention to the Sanitary Four Coated White Enamel Ware. LIVE and LET LIVE FOLKS J CONN BROTHERS. Lancaster, Ky. Free Air Free Storage And Plenty of Light. We are now prepared to do all Automobile repair work on the shortest notice and by an expert mechanician. Give us a call. Lancaster Motor Car Company Stanford Street. 9 pi V S1EHJ3MEEICZZ: H5 SHERIFF OF GARRARD Friends of Mr. Garnett Kemper, formerly of Paint Lick, but until recently j a resident of Lexington, will be sorry COONTY, DIES. We are doing a superfine line of job to know that on account of ill health, printing just now. his physicians have advised him to AT HIS COUNTRY HOME SATURDAY He HORNING. All the kids are interested in the big spend the winter in the South. doll Mrs. Will Ward is going to give will leave this week for San Antonio Tex. His friends wish for him a away Xmas. I Mr. Lurt Kobmson, sheriff of Garrard speedy recovery. j county, died at his home about 7 o'clock Both picture shows are having good Saturday morning as the result of incrowds, and both houses are putting on PLEASANT CALLER. juries sustained by a fall from a silo good pictures. Mr. Ed. C. Walton, who recently two weeks ago. When found he was The Baptist Ladies Aid Society will sold his interests in Orlando, Fla., and unconscious and his family and friends serve Court Day dinner at the Court is now temporarily located at Stanford, did not know just how the accident had House Monday Dec. 28th. stopped over here a few hours Wednes- occurred, but two days before his day, while enroute to Lexington. He death his mind became perfectly clear Beautiful line of Holiday goods just made this office a pleasant call and we and he was able to tell that his foot had received. were pleased to shake his glad slipped while walking on loose scafLogan, Anderson & Tomlinson. hand. Ed is the best newspaper man folding. Mr. Robinson was fifty one years old SI The local merchants have taken that ever pushed a quill or made up a great pains in selecting their Xmas form and his friends will welcome the and was born and reared on the farm day when he gets into the harness again. where he died. He was a member of goods, give them a call. the Christian church having joined it in early life and was always a devoted Lost: Sunday afternoon, a dark ffil Suitable reward KILLED BY RDNAWAY TEAM member. Red Pointer bitch. I will visit HASELDEN BRO'S Store, He was well known throughout the for information or her. News was received here Tuesday of W. 0. Goodloe, Lancaster, Ky. the accidental death by a runaway county, having been sheriff twice and team, of Mr. Robert Adams, at Man-gu- also having served as deputy sheriff, of Okla. Mr. Adams was a former the Democratic party of which he wa3 AN IDEAL XMAS GIFT. resident of Preachersville, Ky, and was a life long member. at 2:30 oclock. The Central Record would be an ideal prominently connected in this county He was a son of the late Benjemin Christmas gift and would remind a being a brother of Mesdames W. L F. and Mary Bright Robinson and is friend of vou not once, but fifty two Lawson, E. W. Harris and S. B. Henry survived by his wife, who before her times a year. and Mr. Ed. Adams, formerly of this marriage was Miss Maggie Curry. i county. No other particulars have He is also survived by three children, COURT AJOURNED. Messrs Benjamin and Curry Robinson ben received other than the message and Miss Mary Bright Robinson. si Judge Charles Hardin paid a touching announcing the sad event. The funeral was conducted at his late tribute to the memory of Mr. Curt residence Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock Robinson and adjourned Court until S250. FOR PLAINTIFF. by Eld. F.-Tinder after which the M Tuesday morning as a tribute of 'r Through her attorneys, Judge L. L. remains were followed by a large con course of friends and relatives to the Walker and J. I. Hamilton, Mrs James House brought suit for $3,000 in the Lancaster cemetery where he was laid flirglllrgillrg.lBirgfBrgllira.a SON APPOINTED. Circuit Court here, against Jacob Hicks to rest. Judge C. A. Arnold appointed B. F. of Cynthiana, for injuries sustained by Robinson, sheriff to serve until next a Dony last August, which I JThe teachers will meet the parents of November, when one will be elected to had been purchased from the defendant the children in school, tomorrow even serve the unexpired term of the late C. Hicks. While the evidence showed ing (Friday) at 3 p. m. School auditor IC 31 3C 31 IE 3C A. Robinson. that Mis. House was seriously and ium. perhaps perminently injured, the verWAR IS HELL. dict was evidently a compromise, as Remember the "Million A young couple came to town yester- only 250 was awarded the plaintiff for Dollar Mystery" at the day evening expecting to get married. her injuries. The defendant was ably represented by attorney Wade H. Lail, Opera House Friday night. It was found that a war stamp must be of Cynthiana and R. H. Tomlinfon of IN secured before a license could be issued. this city. The Collector's office had been closed and the wedding had be be delayed. Danville Advocate. ANNNOONCES FOR SHERIFF. Mr. G. W, Calebbs, aged 27 years and We are in this issue of the Record one of lower Garrard's prominent NORE SHEEP KILLED. We will sell as following, beginning Nov announcing the candidacy of Mr. Tom citizens, died nt his home near Brvants-vill- e last Monday morning, alter a Bright Herring had the misfor- Ballard for sheriff of Garrard county Mr. tune to lose 16 head of sheep last week subject to the action of his party at lingering illness of He leaves a wife, who was a daughby dogs. Quite a number were run the next August primary. Mr. Ballard over the cliff and were instantly killed. has been connected with the sheriffs ter of Mr. Henry Moore, who recently Unfortunately the dogs escaped. Is office for several years, and has learn- moved here from Knox, county and The remains our assessor doing his duty by seeing ed the duties by the training received three small children. under his father, Mr. George T. Bal- were taken to Knox County last Tuesthat all dogs are listed for taxes? lard who made the county one of the day for interment. Much sympathy is best and most popular officers who extended this grief stricken family. GOOD APPOINTMENT. ever held that place. He has been the Also Mens' Clothing, strictly at COST and Mr. Charles Miller, of Muskcogee, chief deputy under the late C. A. Robwill continue until stock of Clothing is sold. Okla., and a son of Mrs. Bettie Miller, inson for over one year and i3 known of Lexington, has recently been ap- by every person who has come in busipointed District Attorney, for the ness connection with the sheriffs office FOR TWO THOUSAND DOLLARS. G-state of Oklahoma, at a salary of $3500 in recent years, as an accommodating, One of the most interesting cases and a year. His relatives and friends in polite and conscientious officer. While this county are proud of Charlie's a young man for such a responsible one that consumed most of last weeks Successor to R. S. Brown. auccess in the West and feel sure that position Mr. Ballard is known to be term of the Circuit Court, was the case cool headed, courageous and settled in of R. F. Taylor against the Lancaster good in his new he will make 3E 3C habits, and to be well fitted in every Electric Light Company, which resultrespect for the duties of the office he ed in a verdict for Taylor in the sum seeks. He appeals for support upon of ?2,000. Taylor was thrown from a STONHRAW. the ground that he was jointly interest wagen. by coming in contact with an HWRWWRMPWWFW5PMWRRp1PRRW3W aiMWWhS w VL The marriage of Mr. Jake Graw, the ed in the office with the late C. A. electric light wire and his leg broken. popular tobacco buyer, to Miss Lida Robinson and the misfortune in the J. E. Robinson and G. C. Walker repStone, of Louisville, was solemnized loss of his associate entitles him to a resented the plaintiff, while Judge L. last Tuesday and was quite a surprise consideration from his party L. Walker represented the defendants. to Jake's friends in this county where Tom Ballard is one of the most popuhe is so well and popularly known. lar voung men in the county and will HIGH SCHOOL DEDICATED n They are happily located at the be a strong man for the nomination hotel where they are receiving under the circumstances surrounding AT BRYANTSVILLE. the congratulations and best wishes of his candidacy. their friends. The handsome school building just cumpleted at Bryantsville, was dedicat DATE FOR COFFEE BREEDLOVE-GRAN- T. y d Saturday with an progrmme. The County Superintendent, Miss On Wednesday December 2nd at 11 SOCIAL. CHANGED. Jennie Higgins, was in charge. A dino'clock A. M. Miss Ethel Breedlove and On account of the missionary meet- ner was served by the ladies of the Mr. Seth Grant were quietly united in holy bonds of wedlock at this place ing to be held at the Methodist church community and a number of speakers the in the parlor of Rev. F. M Tinder that Thursday evening the "coffee social". were in attendance from a distance, to gentleman officiating. The bride is the at the christian church has been chang gether with Prof. I. D. Hacker, of the attractive daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ed to Friday evening. We hope these Buena Vista Consolidated school. The John Breedlove of Gilberts Creek, Ky. good women will have a large crowd as people of thi3 section are justly proud The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. they are preparing for one and looking of this building, and with the handsome Miss Elizabeth Bryant as the first W. M. Grant of Kirksville, Ky., and is forward to a delightful evening. teachers its success is assured. a promient young farmer. SANTA Claus Saturday, Dec. 12th. ! fi A i present for Every boy and girl. Come and meet Santa Claus. ImWmyMiMfMmM m HASELDEN BROS. run-a-wa- y GREAT MONEY SAVING CALEBBS. Ladies Coats and Suits. $25.00' $20.00 $15.00 $12.50 . 21. typhoid-pneumoni- a. '$16.50 $ 5.50 SUITS AT $12.50 $ 8.50 VERDICT M. LYONS " " Ken-garla- COMING nnai Tuesday, Dec. 15th. all-da- SANTA CLAUS IS RIGHT H cALLISIER-HOLTZ- GL AW. ffawv Children makes The marriage of Miss Mary Eliza beth McAllister to Mr. J. Wesley Holtzclaw.. took place at the parsonage of the Methodist church in this city on Nov. 26th the Rev. S. H. Pollitt officiating. The groom is a son of Mr. Wesley Holtzclaw and a- - prominent young farmer, while the bride is one of Lincoln County's fairest daughters. The Record extends best wishes. DEAGON-PATTERSON. Christmas What It, Is. BUY THEM FRUIT AND CANDY AT DAVIDSON & DOTV AND THEY WILL BE HAPPY. "EVERYTHING THAFS GOOD TO EAT." PHONE 181. Le nrimn if?, Of course there is very desirable. nothing absolutely new in thetoy line, Mr George Patterson put one over for books, dolls, trains, puzzles, anion his friends by quietly slipping off to mals and wagons are just the same as Knoxville where he was married to usual, their newness consisting only of Mrs. Kathryne Deagon, of Griffith, a little different color, or arrangement there is plenty Ind., on Nov. 22nd, the Rev. Smith, or name. But Presbyterian minister of that city of- and they are of a quality that will suit everybody, for prices range from one ficiating. Mrs. Deagon was with the Franklin cent, to amounts equal to a first payStock Co.. that appeared at the Opera ment on a house and lot. House in this city a few weeks ago It is not to be wondered at that the and it was there that Mr. Patterson children of Lancaster are on their good first met this charming lady and where behavior when they look in such wincupid got in his first work. They are dows as Mrs.W.H.Ward's,R E.McRob- now happily located at their home' on ert, Haselden Brothers andJ.E.Stormes Richmond 'Street and are receiving con for these stores have thousands of gratulations and best wishes from their I things to excite the youthful mind as friends. wen tu luvcicsu uie uiuer uuarauua AH. BOURNE TELLS THIS.' UP TO DATE Week before last we put out an order ot sale bills for a farmer and Am Lancaster Stores Are Bourne tells us they were so attractive Loaded Down With Toys. and nifty that he could hardly take care of the crowd that flocked to the Santa Claus has a wonderful supply sale. He says that after getting trinkets and playthings, the top price for every animal, of fairy-lik- e and his proxies in the stores'are loaded implement and article on the bill the up with fascinating samples of his people still clamored for more. The wares. The children who have seen farmer in hopes of driving them away, them, pronounce them very good, and put up his mother-in-lawho brought He sold the weeds along the roadside and then he sold the ruts in the road in front of the place, he sold the mortgage on the farm, he sold a gold brick and finally he sold the secret of where the bills were printed which is the Record office on Richmond street. The only thing he didn't sell was a little advice he then gave them about their County paper, which is expected to announce your birth and a history of your life from the cradle to the grave and lastly your obituary is written by the poor editor whose paper you didn't take or support. $160. on the hoof. "The World, The Flesh and the Devil" This is a picture of exceptionally fine character. dealing emphatically with Love, Romance and Adventure A picture that will be enjoyed by old and young. Great Spectacular Drama in 6 Big Reels at OPERA ADMISSION: T , Before Dyeing, see, L. C. Gulley, 2t-p- d. HOUSE. 5 and IOcts. W V " r - ..- -s : Page 2 The Central Record, Thursday Dec 10, 1914. L.B h T L &BIf JV JB nBfrtMLiB 1 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. RICHMOND, S100 KENTUCKY. K The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there Is at least ono dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all Its staces, and that Is is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure the the only medical positive cure now known to fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional disease, requires a constitutional treatment. Hairs Catarrh Cure Is taken actine directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system, thereby destroying1 the foundation or 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 ppw ers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that it fails to cure, bend for list of testimonials. & CO.. Toledo, O. Address: F J CIIEXET Sold by oil Druccist. 75c. Take Hall's Family Pill, for comtipatlon. Reward, $100 TO AVOID CATARRH OR BREAK OP A COLD Use Hycnei A Simple Remedy That Instantly Relieves. To Customers and Friends of The Lancaster Dry Cleaning Go. At the first symptom of catarrh such as sniffles, fits of. sneezing, raising of THEATRICAL. mucus, itching of the nose, or that feeling, surely take lmmed- i choked-u"Seven Keys to Baldpate." AND late stens to rnnnnnr the disease. Ca- tirrh is not only distressing, unclean and annoying, but a serious ailment. "Seven Keys to Baldpate," George One of the easiest and simplest reme M. Cohen's galloping farce, based on dies to check catarrh and break up a Earl Deer Biggar's novel, which will cold is Hyomei. Just put a few drops be seen at the Ben Ali Theatre, in Lexof this antiseptic and healing liquid ington, is Cohen at his best. He has As administrator of the estate of S. into the small inhaler that comes with constructed something entirely different E. Owsley' deceased, I will sell to the every complete outfit, and breathe it. in stage offerings, a farce with tense This medicated air immediately soothes dramatic moments and without horse highest and best bidder at his late the inflamed tissues and effectively play. In fact the audience is the one residence, near Hubble, in Lincoln drives out the poison. Just a few minCohan County, Ky., on the day of en which the joke is played. utes use of thi3 most helpful remedy has achieved a new height in his career opens the stuffed air passages, clears with one of his peculiar gitts, drawing Wednesday, Dec. 16, 1914 the head and throat of the unclean dicharacters so true to life that they beginning promptly at 10 o'clock, schargesyou breathe freely and imhave a chance at immortality, and this sale A. M., the following personal property WHEN USE mediately feel better. through the medium of a farce, until and will offer for sale as agent of the Hyomei is so certain to relieve and Cohan had brought his genius and heirs-at-Iaof the said S. E. Owsley give lasting benefit that R. E. STOMACH IS UPSET. stagecraft to bear shudderingly melo- the following real estate: Six milk on the sells it dramatic situations have never been No matter how long you have suffer- able to work in harmony with gales of cows and calves, two registered Jersey plan. one Jersey heifer, subject to ed from a miserable, upset stomach, in laughter. But that is what "Seven cows, register. 24 hogs including 8 brood a Keys to Baldpate" exemplifies. The digestive or dyspepsia, PAINT l.lUli. simple, inexpensive prescription easily plot of the play is so clever that to tell sows, 5 horses including 1 extra good, 1 aged mare had at any drug store will quickly, of it in detail would detract from the gentle, family horse, Mrs. John Howard has been quite ill. safely and effectively end the distress, enjoyment of witnessing it. The main mule, 1 yearling mare mule, 1 corn planter (new) ; 1 mowing Little Richard Ross is quite ill at or it will not cost you a penny. body of a play within a play or the machine (new); 2 riding cultivators, We have moved our Dry Cleaning this writing. When your stomach is out of order play within the play is in two acts a (new) ; 1 corn (new) ; 1 Mr. Rowan Saufley. of Stanford, was some foods taste good but work badly, prolugue preceding the play and an Shop to my home on East Water cutter (new); 1 Studebaker wagon fermenting into a stubborn lump and epilogue succeeding the concrete play a business visitor here Monday. (new) ; I Ross cutting box. No 10 (new) ; square of LexingStreet, one-ha- lf Denny and Woods surely causing sour or acid taste in the itselt. Messrs. Sam 1 h cultivator, several turning "Seven Keys to Baldpate" is one of j mouth, severe pain in the pit of the e wagons, 1 post hole ton street, and can do your Dry Walker left Monday for Eldorado, 111. 1 stomach, gas, coated tongue, offensive the greatest successes of the stage to- plows, 2 digger. 100 barrels of picked corn in Miss Nannie McWhorter of Berea. is breath, restless nights and nervousness. day. It played over a year at the Cleaning cheaper as our expenses Adrian fence, 50 the guest of her sister, Mrs. Bob It's needless for you to suffer for Gaiety Theatre in New York, and for crib, 80 rods of 5 shares wirestock in the of bales of straw, Abney. are less. tablets bring joyful six months at the Cohan Grand Opera just a few Hubble Telephone Company, 40 gallons of Whites We appreciate your business in Miss Margaret Cochran and Mrs. O. relief they do more for these little House, in Chicago. The original cast of crude oil, 300 shocks of fodder and is the guest of Mr. LexingStation "helps to health" soothe and strengthen and production will be seen in things too numerous to mention. the past and. can give you better C. Rucker. the inflamed and weakened stomach ton, Included in the company are such other At the same time and place the home flow of the sterling piayers as yrn occiia, joiihi Mrs. Laban Kirk, of Paintsville, is walls and increase the service in the future as our plant place will be offered for sale, the farm the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. digestive juices so that the stomach O'Hara, Lee Sterett, William Gibson, consists of about 220 acre3 of fertile Charters, Walter D. Green, food as nature Spencer can care for the E. C. McWhorter. is built for the business. mile East of HubFrank Monroe, J. Hockor Wright, Ethel land situated about I Mr. Ollie Mosier bears the distinction ble on the Danvilla and Lancaster pike. No matter what ails your stomach Intrepodi, Christine Mayo, Rita Harlan, Get some Jean Shelby, Laura Bennett, Fannie This farm is well improved with a put your faith in handsome colonial brick residence, with Sick Headache. helpful tablets Mackay and many others. of these harmless but This play will be given at the Ben seven rooms and large hall. There are Sick headache is nearly always caus from R. E. McRoberts tor3ay and eat Saturday and Satur- two barns on the farm. This farm is Cor- whatever your appetite craves, and AH, Friday and ed by disorders of the stomach. well watered and suited for a stock day matinee, December 11 and 15. i rect them and the periodic attacks of never fear distress. farm. There are 4 acres of growing Mrs. sick headache will disappear. alfalfa and 40 acres of wheat. If the LOUIS FAULKNER, Mgr. John Bishop of Roseville, Ohio, writes: farm is not sold will be rented for Phone 230. "About a year ago I was troubled BOOKKEEPING money rent to the highest bidder. with indigestion and had sick headache Terms made known on day of sale. Business. Phonography a that lasted for two or three days at TYPEWRITING and Any one wishing to see the farm can For Infants and Children time. I doctored and tried a number TELEGRAPHY call upon W. W. Owsley, who can be of remedies but nothing helped me unR. SMITH BUSINESS COLLEGE Years WILBURand &otsot to CcnmerchlCuUegii dl.ljri'reislSj found at the residence. In Use For Over Incorporated til durinir one of those sick spells a Always bears B. W. GIVENS, Administrator Its President lias years uf experience in mercantilo friend advised me to take Chamberlain's ....I hnr.LiTir tntniM. n1qn35 Tears ejiifitinz 10.UX) the of S. E. Owsley. roung men ami women tnr success. Kjj'liiter now. Tablets. This medicine relieved me in Signature of I AddreM WH.I1UII IS. SMITH, tcxtagtou. liy Col. I. M. Dunn, Auctioneer. a short time." For sale by all dealers. V&& p 1 of taking the first load of tobacco to the Richmond brakes. The Misses Metcalf have returned from a delightful visit to friends in Stanford and McKinney. Mrs. Charles Beagle and Miss Bettie Robinson, of Lancaster, spent Saturday with Mrs. C. S. Ellis. Mr. Fred Hall has purchased of Dr. Carman the property now occupied by Mr. James Butner for $2500. Messrs Mid Ross and Jack Davis went to Lexington Tuesday to the opening of the tobacco market. A number of young people stormed Miss Chastine Rucker on Saturday evening. Miss Rucker, as always, proved a charming hostess and a delightful evening was spent. The second meeting of the parents-Teacheclub of the Paint Lick Schcol will be held at the school buildiug FriAll day Dec. 11th at 2 o'clock. parents are cordially invited. rs Sick Two Years With Indigestion. ry i "Two years ago I was greatly benefit ed through using two or three bottles of Chamberlain's Tablets," writes Mrs S. A. Keller, Elida, Ohio. "Before taking them I was sick for two years with indigestion." Sold by all dealers. KENTUCRIANS SWIFTLY RELIEVED OF STOMACH ILLS BY MAYR REMEDY OF First Dose ofYfondeafuI Treatment Shows thouiands of just such letters. This wonderful remedy shows results, safely, Results After Years of Suffering. and with the first dose. Mayr's Wonderful Stomach Remedy Many Kentuckians have found swift clears the digestive traot of mucoid acrelief from disorders of the stcmach cretions and removes poisonous matter. and intestinal tract by the use of Mayr's It brings swift relief to sufferers from Wonderful Stomach Remedy. ailments of the stomach, liver and The first dose give results. It is not bowels. Many declare it has saved a long treatment. them from dangerous operations and Here are statements taken from the many are sure it ha3 saved their lives. We want all people who have chronic letters of two KentucKy people who stomach trouble or constipation, no have used the remedy: W. H. CLARKE, Central, City, Ky.-"- The matter of how long standing, to try medicine has done- my wife a one dose of Mayr's Wonderful Stomach dose will convince you. world of good and she has been sulfar-in- g Remedy-on- e This is the medicine so many of our with stomach trouble for years." MRS. BELLE HAWKINS, Eminence. people have been taking with surprisKy. "I have taken all of the medicine. ing results. The most thorough sjvstem Mayr's Wonderful I don't think I need any now, as I think cleanser ever sold. I am well. I never felt better in my Stomach Remedy is now sold here bv R. E. McRoberts and druggists life." From all over the country come - - AND MI-O-N- A SRSRSRSRSRSRSFiSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRj " - Mi-o-- '" '' "-; AST WINTE W two-hOr- se disc-harro- w w & U f ".a nif a i jEiUi Via K5 &.'t""&.Z.2-- I.. SERVICE TO sag five-toot- two-hors- jTOS'DM BJ'W W & HiiIiAI na & s, A II A m W A V iws fc V "fi. S. Premier Carrier of theSouth Mi-o-- "ST. LOUIS SPECIAL" $? High-classteel equipped train; through Drawing-roog Pullman Sleeping Cars to Asheville and Jacksonville. ,r.j'i m I -1 r- S3j K1 J Si"" STEEL COACHES-NE- W DIKING CAR SERVICE All Electric Lighted j?- " , Lancaster Dry Cleaning Co Mi-o-n- a. Aiken Augusta Other Famous Southern Resorts Charleston Savannan Columbia Summervilk ltj vm UCfil! Verv Low Homeseekers' Fares Winter Tourist Excursion Fares Stopover and other special features. 30 For information as to schedules, fares and through sleeping car service communicate with your local agent, or B. II. TODD, District Passcnjjer Asent 852d Siarks Building, Louisville, Ky. Sen &RSRSRSRSRSRSiSRSRSRSR W- SRSRSRSRSg - (SiHf 7 1l r4:; V mif JSV 'Wmi "RKA .' Art"-- : asm-M- . &3m'&Jr n'-.$- ' jt' cv&c&'irv &y ess - 'VlfKW!. wAt-"":- ! Registered Hereford Bull SEASON 1914. feaal eJgiai Q7Q Service $2.00 Cash. Two miles from Lancaster TO on the Richmond pike. R. E. HENRY. sag? 'mil'.,.L-- . EtXICcx Oufc1 i Toba ceo STANFORD STREET. Unload The Same Day. u$&2 "'W- - ?.-- arehous e No Commission Are You. a Woman? I i C. A. The Woman's Tonic FIB SALE AT ALL DRUGGISTS 4 ..- We Pay Highest Market Prices. Speith Co., ManagersCharged. . - , . .".i y. "site, r' S?f iOv &. It .&.,. .v,"ii ..C.l, The Central Record, Thursday Dec 10, 1914 Ben Ah Theatre. Lexington, on ThursMr. W. D. Marksbury is visiting Mr. day, December 19, when the actress is K. Sutton of Lancaster, J. to be seen in a double bill of plays by i Miss Colston of Paint Lick was the J. M. Barrie. The chief play is "The guest of Miss Margaret Doty recently. Legend of Leonora" with the bill which For Infants and Children. Ce-1 0 Mr. Geo. Boner and wife of Nicholas-vill- e opens and it will conclude with "The spent the week end with Mr. T. Ladies Shakespeare." Miss Adams is always delightful and artistic. Har D. Chesnut and family. successes have been many and notable' Miss Alice Sutton entertained the but in "The Legend of Leonora" she is "Sunbeams." at her home last Satur- destined to exercise a greater sway fcorvi' day afternoon. over her following than she has had an U& !' ALCOHOL 3 PER CENTr Mr. B. K. Swope was accidently cut opportunity of doing in any of her plays by Mr. Kemper with a hatchet while since "The Little Minister." lingfteStomaitsaiiiDcmulsof So whimsical and fantastic is the trimming hedge leaving a deep gash in !"S story that to recount it is to spoil it. his thumb. "The Ladies' Shakespeare is a preTwo theiving dogs made a raid on Mr tentious work in one act and containing Riley Ison's meat hogs, killed one and three scenes. It is based on "The badly injured another. Taming of the Shrew," and Barrie has OpiuniIorphinc narMncraL Mrs. Wm. Stallings of Smith's Grove so edited it that it is a3 the ladies of HOTSfARCOTIC. enroute home from the General Asso- today would have it with Petrucio inciation stopped by here to make a brief stead of Katherine being the tamed dHuphaSttone. The play is most elaborately visit to friends at her old home. MtSaaMxMtUt- sstaged, and ha3 a cast of twenty-si- x recently enterMiss Mary Chesnut The company surrounding people. tained the followingguestsata6o'clock Miss Adams is made up of prominent nrmitrd' Kay and Margaret Jen- players. dinner, Misses WHol kins, Martha Kavanaugh, Minvel Bogie rsm BfifBM Margaret Arnold and Hallie Coy, m Aperf,ectRemedyforCon$ll(ta' Ait :c tlon , Sour Storoadi.DlarrtoaL Messrs Bill Robinson, Robt Fox, Will Worms.C(mvalsions Jevmslr Jenkins and Wilson Moore. nessandLossoFSLEEP. J The ladies were pleased with the lacSinfle Signamreof receipts of the Handkerchief and Candy in" Sale which transpired at Rice Academy &ffmzfc Purchasers get the benefit of oar 10 r..-- .. several days ago. A beautiful lot of Centaur Compass; 1 Tiie years experience in the business The handkerchiefs were displayed. NEW YOHK. CcCr-T? premium handkerchief was sold for $1, Look for other bargains listed in next .? rTir of and wa made by Mrs. Teleafus Pol- issue. Owners us farms who want to at once. sell should see lard who has never taken a lesson at 270 acres of land, located near Coy on in fancy school or elsewhere in her life Guaranteed undcrtheKoo Kentucky river. In high state of .culti work. The program rendered by the vation, 105 acres in grass, 85 acres in pupils of Rice Academy, Mason and Exact Copy of Wrapper. bottom land producing corn every year THKCChTAUR COMPANY, NCWVORK CITT. Orchard school was verv much enjoyed. at shipping point on river, large, splenThe Ladies Working Society will meet did residence, store room and other at the residence of D. S. Swope on necessary out buildings. This farm next Thursday. This will be one of the produces well and is one ot the best most important and last meeting of the bargains on our list. Price 75.00 per year, therefore the president enjoins if acre. possible every member to be present. 176 acres within one mile of Paint The Treasurer would like all indebted Lick on L & N R. R. with good imto the Society to be sent to her before provements, land lies well and is fertile Thursday as the books will be closed on within i mile of graded school. Worth the lGth and no amount large or small the money asked $105 per acre. will be entered thereon. 85J acres of land on pike J mile from good village 9 miles from Lancaster, first class land, good improvements, 10 SOFT FLUFFY HAIR IS In the room dwelling, well watered, famous "Camp Dick Robinson" section. Office over The National Bank of Lancaster, Ky. Phone 27. FIRST AID TO BEADTY. Price 125.00 per aero. HHHHHHHaHBBiaBHHH Three cottages at the low prices, If your hair is not fluffy, soft and 1800., 2000. and$2100. lustrous, is falling out, streaked, faded, 200 acres good land, near Bryantsville brittle, or full of dandruff, and if the well improved, large tobacco barn. If scalp itches, do not think it must always you want a money maker see this farm. be that way, for pretty hair is only a $70. per acre. matter of care and the use of the proper No 491. 185 acres of high class land, hair dressing. Your hair is like a plant 2 miles out, 2 large tobacco barns, per if neglected it soon dies, while with Iff a little attention it keeps fresh and acre, 120. 493. Cottage and 56 acres of fertele beautiful. land, large tobacco barm, all but 9 Parisian Sage is a scientific preparation that supplies just the elements acres in grass, on pike in one mile of needed to invigorate the heir roots and Lancaster. Price 120. per acre. No 494. Several pieces of splendid stimulate your hair to grow long, thick, fluffy, soft and lustrous. It removes city property for sale. all dandruff with one application and 496. 100 acres of land, J mile from quickly stops itching head and falling Lancaster & Lexington pike, 4 miles (!) hair. It is the ideal hair tonic and from Lancaster, good improvements, BECAUSE A Million Dollars has been spent scalp treatment contains nothing in- large tobacco barn, well worth the . jurious and is delicately perfumed. in the courts trying to prove that price of 100. per acre. R. E. McRoberts or any druggist. m 497. 222 acres of fine land near LanBleached Flour is not injurous to health can supply you with Parisian Sag- e- it caster & Lexington pike, splendid imis inexpensive: You cannot be disap- provements, at 90. per acre, BECAUSE Glen Lily is the only Flour'on this pointed with this delightful and helpful 498. 63 acres, improved, near Paint IK toilet necessity, for it will surely give market NOT Bleached. 95. per acre. your hair the beauty and charm of Lick Graded School at 499. 73J acres of rich land, right on CAN YOU afford to let price destroy both youth. pike, well improved, 2 miles of Lancaster, priced at 120. per acre and is Health and Quality. worth it. SHOP EARLY. No 501. 45 acres, new house on pike, Only a short time now until Christ near Bryantsville. Price $4,000.00. mas. The Record would admonish one No 502. 90 acres, 170 yards from and all to do their Christmas shopping town limits of Lancaster on Lexington early so that the faithful and patient Avenue, unimproved, beautiful buildclerks in the stores and at the postof-fic- e ing sites, a bargain at 150. per acre. will not be worked to death during 503. 245 acres, on good road, 1 mile the last few days preceding Christmas from pike, fertile land, highly improved day in order to accommodate thase who lies well, splendid water, susceptible of $95. could have attended to their purchas- division into two or three farms. ing and sending of presents just as per acre. well at an earlier date. Our readers 504. 124 acres, on pike 1 mile from can tell where to get their Christmas Lancaster, large tobacco barn.one other bargains by keeping their eyes on th beautiful level building site fronting columns of the Record and reading the pike. $110. per acra. advertisements, as the merchants are For further particulars write or call telling of their holiday goods in these on Hughes & Swinebroad, the real es tate men. Lancaster, Ky. our columns. having C. Page 3 BAUD ADAMS AT LEXINGTON A particularly interesting event in Mrs. Clay Clark who has been quite the appearance of Maude Adams at the sick ia much improved. HARKSBUKK. K'lf Z GASTORIA The Kind You Have Always Bought Burley Tobacco Bears the Signature of COMPANY'S .r Loose Leaf House AT LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY. In '! vr Use NEW PROPERTY For Over LIST. Thirty Years n-- GASTORIA Big Burley 812 SOUTH BROADWAY. We Write Anv Kind of INSURANCE Office at National Bank. WE COMPETE WITH QUALITY I Best Place To Sell. C. C. PATRICK, Manager. Walton, Assistant Manager. J. A. BEAZLEY & CO. J. D. Clark, Assistant Manager. J. F. 1 GLEN LILY Why? CHRISTMAS (2, SUGGESTIONS m Of Gifts For 'Him' Christmas and the Holidays are at hand and our store is again headquarters for appropriaie and lasting gifts at prices which really represent money saving. It is certainly to your advantage to make your selection now-- while our big stock contains such a wide and complete range of suitable presents. The next 15 days will be busy ones at this store. Below is a partial list of gifts for him. , Berrard Mill IMP oo. I sold his interest in Mr J. Williams firm, to Mr A. T. Scott of Buena Vista, Ky., we have decided to offer to the public, great bargains from now until January 1st, in order to reduce our enormous stock before invoicing. Special prices on Sold Out REMEMBER THE GREAT Gifts at 50cts. Gifts at 1.00 Gifts at $1.50 in III Buggies and Harness, WAGONS, WAGON GEAR, IMPLEMENTS, Blizzard Cutting Boxes and Gasoline Engines. American Wire Fence and all kinds of HARDWARE. SACRIFICE SALE is now going on at G. M. LYONS 1 Silk Ties . Suspenders in Box Cuff Buttons m Box Silk box Silk Handkerchiefs Silk Garters Tie Clasps Leather Combination Sets Laundry Bag3 ColIar BagS Dozen Collars Wm Sllk Cravats Silk Sox Croquet, Felt and Kid Slippers Pajamas Combination Sets of Ties, Sox and Handkerchiefs, ill GittS at $2. and $3. other gifts a plenty at more money. Men's Bath Robes, Smoking Jackets, Silk Shirts, Fine Traveling Bags, Suit Gases, Etc. ' Accept our advice and make your choice for delivery later OH. V HUSTLING GASH Hand Embroidered cravats Traveling Slippers Gold cuff Buttons r Seven Bushel Barrel of Best Salt isDon't miss getting ilmowrGioves STORE. Now is your chance to buy For Hog Killing $2.00. Highest market price paid for all kinds of produce. in on these great bargains, Fine Thousand Pleated Shirts Hats or Caps. Becker, PHONE 27. Ballard & Scott i Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Caps and Furnishing Goods at a Great Reduction. Tatrks DANVILLE, - k DANVILLE'S- - LEADING SHOE AND HAT HOUSE. Ji'endv'eh. KENTUCKY. . . BRYANTSVILLE, Ky. . ;- -J Page 4. he Central Record, Thursday Dec 10, 1914. CM fl m & o 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 w w e I aa S a Ht3Es3Su AND CLAIM IT IS THE BEST TO BE MAD IN MEN'S CLOTHING. 2raijvsEu TO B ivvr ivi $3.50 $5.00 1 HEN'S FINE SHOES LADIES DRESS SHOES $3.50 TO $6.00 i CH1LDRENS SCHOOL SHOES $1.50 TO $3. Our store is full of new, this seasons Clothing for Men and Boys. Shoes for every member of the family. Get a new Suit or Overcoat for Thanksgiving. tir HOUSE OF QUALITY. 0e THfRftl 1.1. 9 ple5Se han us that w ML K ww. We have'a lot of beautiful and useGet every thing for your Black cake ful Christmas presents at Miss Rella Sl.W) A HA- i- at Mrs. W. II. Wards. '..'SE.L1. Arnolds Store, which we are selling We have the handsomest and largest cheap and will continue our Bazaar Edpx J ' R03INSOU. line of Furs ever shown in Lancaster, throughout the week. We also wish to Andes, the most talked of individual are remarkable. I hive had catarah solicited. This is the bast evidence TO PANAMA, thank the public for their liberal sup- MINISTER and at prices will suit you. iv. L SirUN. Busutcas Haswu. who has visited this city fcr many for a number of years until it became that can be given that Ande3 Mediport and assure jou we appreciate & Tomlinson. Logan, Anderson moons, will close his active campaign so I feared it might go into consump- cines are curing where others fail. ! K.. Eul d t. IWi f.ii-- 1:1 I HOME ON FURLOUGH If same. CIRCLE GlKLS. here this week. tion. I was losing flesh and could feel you can't call, order by mail today. Hundreds of testimonials are yet to the mucous drip from my head into my : Express charges paid on orders for Makes Visit To Lancaster Friends. GOOD PRICES. r Press A?wintK" KeiiUscK." be given to the public, but none will be throat. Scabs would form in my nose $3.00 or over. Andes' Great PrescripMr. Givens Terrill has leased a half Hon. William Jennings Price, U. S. more interesting than of Police Officer The Madison Tobacco Warehouse at and when I would remove them they tion for the cure of catarrh, indigestion interest in The Rex Theater and assum- Richmond Ky, sold 70,000 pounds on Minister to Panama, the Canal Zone, is W. J. Jordan. I )i Eig; !ublishrrs League. would be tinged with blood. I had stomach, liver, kidney or bladder troued his duties as manager last Tuesday. Monday, the best crop lot was that of home on a two months leave sbsence, He is the picture of haalth, but with heavy dull headaches at times, pains ble. Purifies and cleanses the blood, J. H. Million of Valley View Ky. 1585 and on last Saturday afternoon came all this, he has bern a sufferer for some under my arm and shoulder blades, cures that tired, e Lancaster, Ky., December 10, 1914. feeling. As pounds averaged $13.80 or.e basket soid over from his home m Danville to pay time with a torpid liver and bad stomdaik circles under my eyes, a slight $1 per it at 17 cents m another crop Wednesday a short visit to his ilost of fiiends in ach. He says whan he called at the hacking cough, and &ometimes night a tonic 3 has no equal. Price Engraved calling cards make most ac- - this bottle, for $2.50; G for $5, Rates For Political Announcements house sold 33.000 uounds. the best his old home town. To say that he AnJes' salesrooms yesterday, I want sweats. I would get up each morning ceptable Christmas gifts. Give us your sales of Andes' Oil stops the ringing, roaring For Precinct and Citv Offices . . .S 5.00 this lot was as follows. Million met with a cordial reception does not another byttle of your Great Andes' tir-- d as when I went to bed. In fact I and buzzing sounds in the ears, in fact, 1U.O0 order now so it can be filled before the & Shiflet, 1S10 pounds at 12.30, House half "3 press it. ?or County Offices Lancaster claims Will Prescription. It has certainly done me went about my in the work in a half hearted it cures all kind3 oi head noises, restorFor State and District Offices.... 15.00 rush, we represent the best firm Bros Garrard county sold crop lot nt Price as her own, and when he was ap- good and I have been using it only ten way, as 1 did not feel like doing anv-- 1 es the hearing, relieves pains in any country and everything guaranteed first .10 general average $13.3.2, Million &Goins pointed to the present position of honor, days. For Calls, per line class. thing. It is different now, I sleep well, part of the body in fine minutes. Cures 10 800 pounds average $13, Benton & WagFor Cards, per line none who knew him doubted for an inDixon Lewis, the well known carpen-- 1 have a good appetite and can do as big rheuFor all publications in the interes Madison Co, sold 3.0G0 pounds at stant but that he would reflect credit ter, living on Jeil Uavis Avenue says: a day's work as any carpenter in the stiff or drawn joints caused from SATURDAY HATINEE'S matism. It is worth is weight in gold. average of $12.10, Million and Wells upon himself, his family and his many "This maxes the third bottle of your city and I give all the praise to Andes' est of individuals or expres50 cents, 3 bottles for $1.25. sion of individual views, per Beginning next Saturday afternoon sold 1005 pounds at $11.50 several bas- friends who expressed so much con- Great Prescription that I have had, Great Prescription." Many people Price call at the Great Andes' Sales rooms These medicines can be purchased from 10 and continuing throughout the season, kets of this sale went above 18 cts. fidence in nim, line and the results that it has given me daily and give just such statements un McRoberts Drng Store in Lancaster. 05 The Rex Theatre will have a matinee Dinlomats are born, not made, and Richmond by figures actually shows Obituaries, per line the first requisite of a successful and every Saturday for the benefit of the it is one of the best markets in the useful diplomat is an uprightness of onstration of the advantages to the country people who cannot see the state. Announcements. tAaiiiiHatAaHtJi.arapaa? evening programs. tf TO THE DEMOCRATS OF GARRARD purpose, a due .egard for the rights of United States business man to be We are authorized to announcejudge his fellow men and a strong belief in a gained by packing his poods in small square deal, and if eer man possessed crates i3 pointed out by Mr. Price when Charles A. Hardin, of Harrodsburg, a COUNTY. Diaw candidate for the Democratic nominathese laudable traits it is Will Price. he takes his business men guest to a By the lamented death of tne late C. Gifted with a strong mind, which has part of Panama rarely seen by visitors. tion for Circuit Judge of this, the thirThree-fourtteenth judicial district, at the August CHRISTMAS GIFTS AT THIS BAZAR. A. Robinson a vacancy was caused in beenrichlyjcultivated.the keenest sense of the people of the for the money you ove and the ofuce ot sheriff in our county. of honor and above all clean and upright country lives in the interior of the reprimary 1915. anMiss Lena Bright will have her Judge Arnold has appointed B. F. morally, a splendid christian gentle- public. The goods and supplies for all note how much more resnual bazar at her residence on Water We are authorized to announce C. street Dec. IS. This is a chance to Robinson to fill the vacancy until the man, the Record predicted his success these people go to them foom Panama pectfully your creditors reC. Fox, of Danville, Kentucky, as a buy your Xinas gifts cheaper than you next regular November election when at the time of his appointment, and by small coasting steamers running polls will elect a the following article taken from the from this city. On account of the har gard you. They like to do candidate at the primary election in can make them. Miss Lena will have the people at the August, 1915, for nomination by the toys and dolls fcr the children, fancy sheriff to fill out the unexpired term. Courier Journal of last Sunday, shows bor conditions all of these boats are business with a man who Democratic party as Judge of this, the work for th grown ups and will also I wish to announce to the democrats of that our prediction has been fulfilled to anchored far off from what is the has an account at the my county that I am a candidate for the letter; the article is accompanied water front at high tide and every bit Thirteenth Judical District, of Ken- handle a line of hand painted china. the nomination for this office subject to by a splendid likeness, of Mr. Price is of their cargo is carried out on the tucky, to be voted for at the NovemGarrard Bank & Trust Co. the action of the democratic party at from the pen of Mr. Hamilton Foley, heads of the boatmen. Knowing this, ber election, 1915. ODR HONOR ROLL. the next August primary. It is well the Courier Journal's correspondent in the European firms send their goods ! They know he is doing business in a business liKe way. .better Wc are authorized to announce EmWe are gratified at the number of known by the democrats of the county Panamr, and is as follows here in crates of a size that can be B open such an account even if your affairs are not large. They met Puryear of Danville, Ky. , a can- new subscribers, not to mention those that Mr. Robinson and myself made Nov. 23 The Hon. William carried by one or at most by two men. will grow all right. didate for the Democratic nomination who are renewing their subscription, the contest for the nomination jointly Jennings Price, now back on a trip to These crates are in many cases watertight-- .1 for Commonwealth's Attorney of this, which have been coming in during the in the primary of 1913 and the fight in Kentucky, as American Minister at Business & 'I the thirteenth judicial district, at the past weeks. It makes us feel like we the following November election to- Panama has made the American legamen from the United States ; .vu s..' jr. .s f"i:-:.i'M!iiAugust primary 1915. are getting out a paper which the pub- gether. We were and have performed tion in this citv as much of a Mecca who accompany the American Minister lic appreciates, and it spurs us on to the duties of the office together and for all who feel that they need a at Panama to this little knewn but to announce greater efforts to make the Record a have shared equally the proceeds and squpre deal on any one of a hundred or busy water front of the City of Panama We are authorized Rodman W. Keenon. of llarrodsburg, better paper than it has ever been. s' can see at first hand how the heavy emolument. I trust that 1 have so more different matters, as Col. Ky., a candidate for the Democratic C3 office has long been among canal crates from the United States have to Among those who have renewed performed the duties encumbent upon nomination for Commonwealth's At- weir subscription ana written us ap- me in my connection. with this high and employes. "Go and see Mr. Price," is be opened on the quay wall and the BSa&bzauVs&i torney of this, the thirteenth judicial preciative words are; responsible office in the past as to merit now becoming as common in Panama goods that were not intended to be ex csrezs Miss Lela Barnett, your confidence and good will to the ex as "Tell the Colonel" on the Canal posed until they were under cover, in , district, at the August Primary hi 1915. J. L Davis, Grover Gastineau, Haydep Naylor, tent that the democrats of the county Zone. . the store of the merchant who ordered j Like Col. Goethals, Mr. Price does them, have to be carried out in man- - , J. D. Pop may be influenced by that vf ell establish We arc authorized to announce G. T. Hugh Miller M. O. Kennedy, ed custom, to make the chief deputy the not always do what his visitor asks loau lots to tne uecK or noiu oi me Ballard Jr. as a candidate for the Arthur Young, Alice Poor. sheriff, upon the death of the regular and wants, but no one leaves the le- little coasting schooners not any too j 1 democratic nomination for sheriff of Colby Jenkins, Fanny Christopher, sheriff. Not hoping to perform the gation withont feeling satisfied that watertight or adapted to prevent injury Garrard County to fill out the unexpir- Logan lson, B. H. Halcomb, duties of the office so well as my they went. to goods not securely protected before ed term of the late C. A. Robinson Annie Walton, There is no attempt at social display coining on board. Mrs. Stephen Walker, Dr. Patrick, lamented associate, yet jou have my subject to the action of the Democratic E. W. Morrow, assurance to do my best if I can secure at the American legation since Mr. Sarah Sutton, When the United States need a clear party in August primary 1915. G. S. Greenleaf, George Moran, your assistance in gratifying my as- Price has been here. He i3 a bachelor headed, conscientious and upright man, G. 21. Lyons, piration that tte duties pcrfoirr.ed as and lives in simple style at the Tivoli one who will keep a clear head under Illiteracy is a disease and it is prev- S. V. Johnson, Bastin Tele. Co, Josh Sutton, first deputy be endorsed by a nomina- Hotel but what he saves by modest the most trying circumstances, they every part of Kentucky. In alent in Sugar and Lard Kettles. Coal Hods 25cts. Noah Marsee, Jr. tion in the piimary. Trusting that I living he spepds on automobile, boating choose irrespective of party affiliations, some parts of the State it is epidemic. J. C. Ballard, J. C. Clark, may be favored with your valuable as- and other parties to make Panama and choose menjwlio maybe dipeneded upon It is t.:e duty of every good citizen to A. V. Kavanaugh, all its manyjilaces of inteiest known to cope with the gravest matters, she aid in the eradicature of the disease, Mrs. W. H. Brown, Noah Spainhower sistance, I am, Gratefully jours, to his guest from the United States turns natunally to men who have V. It. Doty, bhould .Mrs. Lizzie Prather, G. T. Ballard, Jr. but at the same time the fact and foreigners who comes to the lega achieved success in the diplomatic J. H. Campbell not be lost bight of tnat prevention is Mrs. Alice Witwer, tion No American Minister at Pan- corps, and at the head of such a list we Mrs. C. W. Gerwick, cure. There will be no J. E. Perkins, better tiian ama has'done anything like what Mr. will venture to say in the future will bo Clay Ray, AN INTEMPERATE illiteracy in the futare if more atten- Dr. S. Burnside, Price has done and is constantly doing found the name of William Jennings L. Greenleaf, tion is given now to the elementary J. H. Witt. STATEMENT. in this respect. His automobile bilk Price, and long before ha comes to be Geo. N. Ray, W. F. Chroushorn, education of those who are what as in a single day' for this purpose, have called an old man, he will have won Cyrus Daly, known as of the school age, i, e; those Chas. L. Collier, The statement of Sam Small, who Dr. H C Richmond, W M Marshbank, spoke last week, espousing the cause frequently included the charges on name and fame as one of the most AYaLO between the ages of six and twenty. M a asaw three, four and even five cars. brilliant members of the American Let us therefore do everything we John M. Duncan, Judge Jno. Hugees, of nation-wid- e prohibition that "if proMr. Price at the Pacific end and Mr. Thos. Grady, hibition could not be secured by ballots, diplomatic corps. can to stamp out the ittiteracy that D. A. Thomas, Gale, the American Consul at the AtR. H. Price, it could by bullets" was exceedingly innow prevails, but let us, at the same Mrs. E. P. Halley, lantic end of the canal, are giving G. B. Harris, temperate and unchristian-like- , time, do something to prevent such a Jes3e Prather, and 3E 3E W. G. Gooch, very unfortunate for the cause that he American business men practical and condition in the future. Do our read- Lee Burnside, profitable lessons how to secure a share S. O. Estes, represents. 63 per cent of the children O. G. Speaks, ers know It tended very strongly to (By Wm. F. Miller.'; W. T. Kelley, obscure the good which was contained of the trade of Latin America now that are enrolled in the first grade quit Mrs. George Lane, opening to the United States. R. E. Hughes, in his address, and to counteract the ingoing to school bafore they finish the Frank Moore, Mrs. Theo Currey is teaching this All freight from abroad received in John Rich, fluence which is otherwise would have fourth grade? Do they know that less J. L. Moore, week for Miss Morris. All Trimmed and Untrlmm-e- d Panama is distributed to the local Ernest Montgomery, had. than one out of forty who enroll in the Kirby Teater. Bro. Pollitt vssited our school Tuesmerchants by small carts drawn by G Guyn, W. W, Brown, R. For a minister of the gospel, a refirst grade complete the eighth grade? day and gave an interesting talk. Hats are now on sale N. J. Gosney, presentative of an organization found- one mule. Mr. Price takes business A child in the fourth grade is not an W. A. Paison, The high school boys and girls are Mrs. J. C. Frank ed for the purpose of human better- men away from the ordinary haunts of illiterate, because he can read and A. C. Miles, Xmas entertainSam Presten, ment, addressing a body of people tourists and down among these little preparing for their write; but with his opportunities to get Sam McKinney, for less than cost for Crawford, Mrs. E. G. Waller. called together in the name of the vehicles, so characteristic in size and ment. an education, is he treated fairly if J. I. style to the carts used for the same Miss Webb, music teacher, has H. J. McRoberts, Father, and upon which His blessing permitted to quit school at that point? Walter Walker, cash only. J. S. Crank, was invoked, to have attempted to purpose all over Latin American cities. ranged a neat program for .Xmas With such schools in the County as Rev Henry McDtwell, J, Bright Sutton, have aroused people's passion and to He points out how difficult it is for tertainment each day. our own magnificent, well equipped Lish Forbes, , bold The High School boys met in the W. H. Pope. have incited their wrath to the point their drivers to handle much less building, the Paint Lick, Bucna Vista Alfred Robinson, Come and get your choice the large and bulky crates in which auditorium Fiiday to elect officers to I. B. Shepherd of war is unspeakable. and Bryantsville schools, and numerous Mrs. Wm Patterson, American merchants insist on sending serve for the Basket Ball team. The Mrs James L. Cross. Prohibition, so far as it has extend- their goods to Panama. good schools thruout the county, Gar- Porter Rich. Arrr following were elected, Gowen Bourne ft Dan Traylor, ed, has come as a result of education, rard should have no illiterates in the Mrs. Z. T. Smith, Mr. Price also calls specific attention R. H. Ware, Fred Hall, and campaigns conducted along these to the fact that the stevedores doing Captain, Billy Miller Manager, Glass future. Mrs, Xewis Brown, lines in a peaceful, orderly manner by this work are all men that do not Carrier, Treasurer. A. S. Jennings, MRS JOE FRANCIS. Mrs. Robt Harding, the prohibition people. It has not come speak a word of English and how, notCaldwell Girls H. S. team defeated There will be an election held at The B. F. Evans, Jesse Walden, bv force, nor will it ever come by force. withstanding this fact, there is not one Lancaster's team on their ground Sat National Bank of Lancaster July 12th Henry Humes J. M. Anderson, The intolerant and arrogant spirit of crate in a dozen that bears .the words urday bv small score. It was the for the purpose of electing seven Dr. S. J. Rose. J. L. Pond, the saloon, and its connection with "Handle with care" in anv lsnguage first time that L. H. S. Girls have ever directors to serve for the ensneing R. C. Clark, J. A. Bratton, crime and vice, have brought it about. but English. Mrs. J. W. Brown, been into a contest game and were a year. HE HE 3E Mrs. Amelia Ross. Elizabethtown News. S. C. Denny, Cashier. A more specific and convincing dem- - little outclassed by Caldwell team. It &SOBO; ? GIVE US A CALL. QeQQ(gQQoo &.Era W o ji Iv' a n J? Mi o LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. 1 . 1 ? Copyright Hart Schallaer &. Mars WJIIJA?.? wiLLUM WELL-KNOW- N CARPENTER TELLS HOW HE WAS SAVED It-a'- JENNINGS FRIGE FROM CONSUMPTION BY USE OF AIDES MEDICINES. -- leases Interest. '' I engraveFcalling cards. BAZAR. I Check j jSffil IP&I- The Garrard Bank t- Trust Company Pvi'jg.-frCTj,v.'srTCtij.'arK5- Goe-thaj- 'Com Sea Us tlSinS'SS 5plDOLj Cook Stoves $8.00 to $ 9.50 Heaters $4.00 to $25. SHOT GUNS 'AT COST. BUGGIES AT COST. WE ARE SELLING Come get our prices. iillT&t SOE Jb CO SCHOOLlOTES. F I3E nl ar-en- 4 i XV eanv. DI1C i.v i?tiU& - .rWr J&?lt S. ttuf f V. iS.." ,. r. W. The Central Record, Thursday Dec 10 1914. Page 5 i r B BHHHHBSBK fy7tW& SwBSBk 3W.tm&SS& ." i? f erssnswnsssES!a: vT?8"r rerisvTEKVccj vewi ransowra has overpowered us and we are showing many new and attractive offerings , for HOLIDAY GIFTS. .Our Ladies Suits are selling fast at ... QQ SEE THEM. ej.' k OUR LINEN TOWELS AND HANDKERCHIEFS ARE BEAUTIFUL. fr i The Store Beautiful. isssasssjssssBssss '11;; 1A ? 7 l el ii 1 1 1 o I rfv The Ladies Store of Lancaster. o u I Ill IS it vj nx53.Sk ansacsaa si'ssy n I O. ,jeu. s isjifijw r I a tacs V a CcBol3e ya ctgaasbs-op Filling !l ti5!2s6S!2i3 j!artiglg3ji"tij tf Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Soper entertained W. R. Marrs. of Knoxville is here for Sunday in honor of Pi of. A. B. Craw- a visit to relatives. Y I 1 H 1 11 I ford and Miss Katie Mae Dickerson of Mr. F. G. Hurt has returned from a Richmond, Ky. business trip to Chicago. j Miss Tommie Francis was in Madison Mrs. James Hatcher was a visitor in Wednesday to witness the marriage of Cincinnati a few days this week. i her niece Miss Naomi and Mr. 5 A Critf Mention cf the Ceilings tr.J Mrs. Hattie Brown of Lexington, l,y Those V's Arc lntirs!:d h. ; Robert Collis of Lexington. visited Mrs. W. H. Ward this j Mrs. Lewb Brown of Lexington has Mrs. George Lane of Buena Vista is been visiting the family of her brother, visiting her sister Mrs. J. I. Hamilton. Mra. James Cox is in Harrodsburg ac-- ! I Mr. Jim House. Mrs. House will for a stay of 10 days with her sister. Mrs. E. L. Owsley has returned company her home for a short visit. from a delightful visit to her brother Judge and Mr3. Lewis L. Walker and little son are in Louisville for a visit. ! Mr. and Mr3. Jacob Hicks and child in New York. ren, air. aim firs. Urinin auU Mrs. Mrs. Ann Robinson is at home from Mrs. Ed Price and Miss Tommie Riiev Hill who have been guests at the Francis were visitors in Danville Thurs- Simpson House have re turned to their a visit to lu-- niece Mrs Jacob Robinson of Danville. day. home in Cynthiana. Mr. Milton Ward was called to Mrs. Annie Ramey of Eminenco is Va., by the sudden death of his Mr. and Mrs. Ed Price entertained at the guest of her daughter Mrs. Ed. the "old Price homestead" on Sunday father O. H. Ward. Walker. 12 o'clock dinner the honor guests Mrs. J. W. Beagle and Miss Bettie Joe F. Price of Atlanta come Sunday at a being the Hon. Wm. Jennings Price of Robinson were with Mrs. C. S. Ellis in for a visit to hi3 parents Mr. antl Mrs. Panama and Mr. W. C. Price of Dan- Paint Lick Saturday. AWELCOME VISITOR. Ed Price. ville. Mrs. B. C. Rose is visiting her cousMrs. V. O. Smith has returned to where it is known, is a box of our Mr. G. M. Lyons of this citv has just ins Misset Annie Lee and Margaret sparkling ginger ale, oiange soda or her homa in Covington after a stay in purchased the dry goods store of Hughes Woolfolk in Lexington. other of our carLortated beverages. If Lancaster, Mrs. Cairie Davidson returned Tuesand Martin of Stanford. Mr. Lyons you have not yet tried any or all of Mrs. J. C. Eubanks of Stanford was day from a visit to her daughter, Mrs. establishthem you don't know what a fine treat with her sister Mrs. G. C, Rose the will now run two ments the one here as well as the one Z. T. Rice of Richmond. you have been missing. Don't keep on past week. in Stanford. Professor J. Milton Elliott of Franky missing it. Order a box and Mrs. George Ballew of Madison was commence enjoying vourseif. Mr. Stephen A. Walker formerly of fort has been the recent guest of his the week-en- d guest of her sister Miss this city who is now engaged in the mother Mrs. J. M. Elliott. Tommie Francis. undertaking business in Hustonviile Mrs. S. S. Yantis returned on TuesMr. RoberfBrewer of Chelsea. Okla- received one of the highest marks -- of day to her home in Indianapolis after a Phone 202. homa has joined his wife here for a 4G applicants who took the embalmers' vjsit to Lancaster relatives. visit to Ky., relatives. examination in Louisville the past ' Mrs. Nockie McGrath is at home Mr. and Mrs. Dan Breck of Richmond week. from a visit to her daughter Mrs, have been visiting Mesdames Hickman Mr. and Mrs W. C. Price of Danville Thomas Adams at Sharpsburg. and Jenkins in this city. and the Honorable Wm. Jennings Price j Mrs. Louis Herndon of Atlanta is i gef Miss Pansy Love the popular trimmer U. S. Minister to the Republic ot I here to spend the Christmas holidays for Mrs. Joe L. Francis has returned to Panama and Air. Graham Price were with her mother Mrs. Ada B Kinnaird. guests Saturday and Sunday of Mr and her home in Rockfort, Ind. !&hC Miss Katharine Mitchell has returned Mrs. Fred P. Frisbie and Mrs. Mattie Mesdames R. E. Henry, J. C. Robinto her home in Bowling Green after a P. Frisbie. son and Miss Helen Robinson were pleasant visit to Mrs. R. E. McRobeats. visitors in Danville Saturday. In a recent letter to the Record? Heidel Sanford. of Williamsburg, Mesdames W. A. and T. J. Price Miss Anna Holtzclaw, who is teaching if your coal bin is were guests on Thursday of Dr. and school in Meridian, Okla., has the came in Saturday for a viait to his following to say: "I am' teaching m parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Sanford, Mrs. S. P. Grant of Danville. empty or even half this state for the first time and like after a stay of four years. Mrs. Joe Elder ana children of Dan" Okla. but yearn for the dear old Blue Mrs. W. M. Elliott was the hostess ville were with Mrs. Elder's aunt Mrs. Grass. I can't be without my home folly to full. on Satuiday evening at a C o'clock dinEmma Higginbotham recently. paper." Miss Anna has many friends ner for the teachers of the graded wait until you have Mr. Clay Pumphry left Friday for here who will be glad to hear of her school faculty. Frankfort where he has a good posi- success. to scrape up che last Miss Sallie Ward has returned to her tion with the Jem Opera Hotse. The following werq.here Sunday af- home in Jonesville Va. after an extend-- 1 scuttle from the bottom of the bin. Order Misses Sara Ford and Rose Crawford ternoon for the funeral of the late Mr. ed visit to her brother Mr Milton of Louisville are attractive visitors of C. A. Robinson. Mr. and Mrs. George Ward and family. now, get the benefit of lowest market pricss Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. Fisher D. Miss Jewell Spoonamore of Hubble. Mr. and Mrs. John Glenn will return Gaines, Mrs. Dave Dunn, Mr. and Mrs. the last of the weak to their home in of delay on account of earlier and run no Mrs. B. F. Hudson was hostess Ike Dun, Mr. and .Mrs. Wm. Baughman, Saturday evening at a 6 o'clock dinner Mr. and Mrs. Cable, Mrs. Mortimer North Carolina after u visit to her orders. parents Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Brown. in compliment to Hon. Wm. Jennings Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Walden, Price. Mr. and Mrs. J. Riymond Haselden si Mrs. and Mrs. Ronert Harding and Messrs. Larrp Marks and Billie King daughter Miss Margaret, Mr. and Mrs. and daughter Miss Jane, complimented of Danville were guests on Sunday of Ben D. Herndon and little son, as well the teachers of the graded school facMisses Kathleen Walter and Julia as a large concourse of friends and ulty by a motor trip to Danville Friday. Jenkins. relatives from Lincoln county. Miss Berneice Champ was thecharm- - 11 i ill a -- v bsIeJUbI ji i IPP ssv: inasairatiirrraicct. Gossip About iraBJuww tag. fad d WINDOW GLASS. ' r Jon-3vil- le ing young hostess at a Christian Endec- Our entire stock must be c'osed out vor Social on last Friday evening ather by January 1st. Come in acd get our nome m ttie iork addition. prices. LoSan, Andt-rsi&Tomlii3on. Mrs. John Shackelford and little son of Chicago are here and will .spend the L. . Christmas holidays, with Mrs. Shackel-- I lE2 Uiai" t0GSreSS43ftl JfeSncl tZlKl-ford'mother Mrs. Emma G. Kauffmaa J gasa focOCUiltea at HarrceWssrg. ilr. lila Withers Harrison a gifted This Association wsl! be held at lecturer will address the C. W. B. Itl. rTarnirfhnw nn TlcMiniuf ff-- f A on Sunday morning at the Christisn spWn(lkl ,)roffr8m hum pwpiiml cnurch While here she will be the aiIj free entertainment will he fwnUU-gue. of Mrs. R. E. McRoUrts. by the HarrmfebarK teachers. It fa Miss Jano Robinson's many friends I always customary to give ajl teaefcer will be glad to know she continues to ' the Friday they attei d this ind is anticipating a visit t,on- - We are anxious to bring thid next week from her sons Messrs Jake Eighth Eisirict Association ap to the Y. and George D. Robinson who hava n'Kn standard reacHl fey aeste been m Georgia. oiher Districts in the State. All teachers are urged to attend tws The following Lancastrians were in Lexington the past week to see , Billie meetiug. Miss Jei.nie Higgins, Supt. Burke", Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Cook, Mesdames S. G. Haseldeii, Samuel Cotton, G. C. Rose and Saliie Ross Lawson. , st Assoeru-recupsrate al.-ead-y STRAIGHfFOR?3 ANOTHET SURPRISE WEDDING. MRD TESTIMONY By It. Many Lancaster Citizens Have Profiled to-da- Lancaster tling CO. Bot- i j :iisfl:t3&?saz ow's Tiis Time "iSr gPp Friends of Miss Knapp West have have received the following announcement. Miss West for a number of years was a teacher in our graded school and she has a host of friends and former pupils who wish her every joy and congratulate the groom upon such a wise choice. Mis3 S Bayne West announces the marriage of her sister Mary Knapp to Mr. James Lytle Royston Friday. December the fourth nineteen hundred and fourteen Kansas City, Missouri. At Home after January first 3000 Garfield. NOTICE. The of the Citizens National Band of Lancaster, Ky., will hold their annual election at the hanking house in Lancaster, Ky., on Tues- uay January iz, mio lor tne purpose f electing directors to serve for the ensuing vear. W. F. Champ, Cashier. Stock-holders 4t It's If you have backache, urinary troubles, days of dizziness, headaches or nervousness, strike at the pant of the trouble. These are often the symptoms of weak kidneys and there is grave danger in delay. Doan's KM-de- y Pills are especially prepared for kidney ailments art? endorsed by over 30,000 people. Your neighbors recew-mer.- d this remedy nave pro-Teits e merit in many teaus. L.iHC-iite- r ers should take fresh in tae stivigiitfof.vard testimony of a Lancaster citizen. W. M. Zuuone, Campbell and Crab Orchard Sts.. Lancaster. Ky.. sjs: "My kidneys ware disordered and ike e kidney secretions Wf r irregular in and contained sediment. I Imd pains in my back and sides and when I stoepeu, I had difficulty in straighten-i-ig- . Finally, I used Doen's Kidney Pills and they relieved me." Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy get Doan's Kidney Pills the same that Mr. Zanore had, Foster-Milbur- n Co., Prop?.. Buffalo, N. Y. rcid-couragfttis-sag- risk & Ls&iSii? easier Lumber ne Thins of ItZr.-- rarasr.here's a remedy for hos cholaia ? r a "Lezal Guaran'se Bond." Hovr t - - !you auord :o take chances asainst hoe chole.a wh2n you cac tot ts,s remedy oa sac1! terms? &&&&3nr ta ZiZSSr.r &&&Z?3('(V &ffi'SSs'!y 'iiV-. ..jr s-- uo li the EoursoES only ' iui.i u otner Known ismwT. jior cholera. It axz the wors Detisrtaan It di3 not. It wmiH not be o!d on snch a strong euarantee. At All 8 g free booklet tenia? how to save your boss. Dradi!lsti. Writs for 3 BOURBON REMEDY COMPANY. Leilceton. Kv. n Hill n rct!7 cv-- put up that is sunt antccd to euro and prevent any 11 r fica unosera wemaoy iL- - ".BI.'B inL.n. mi. mi.i iamLj.ini ill tzJ2ZXiZ$sl?SSEZZB2&p jFssgsjgssjsssassEsxsssce Having bought the remainder of the R. H. Batson stock, we wish to advise the public that we will continue the business, occupying one room which is being nicely arranged for our new stock which will be coming in from time to time. We will handle a new and line of up-to-da- te up-to-da- te Dry Goods, Notions Ladies Furnishings and Suits, We will make this line a special study and use every effort at all times to secure for our patrons the Newest and Best Merchandise at reasonable prices. We will continue to close out the old stock regardless of cost prices, so don't fail to secure some of these bargains before they are all gone, which will only be a short time. We most cordially invite every one to come see us. We will make your visit both profitable and pleasant for you. J. E. DICKERSON, Prop. MISS SCOTT PETTY, Manager. i- - SU rJjX . t. . . Page 6 The Central Record, Thursday Dec 10 1914. Madison Tobacco Warehouse 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 teams, splendid lights, courteous treatment. E. C. MILLION. PRES. E. DEATHERAGE, TREAS. C. H. VAUGHT, SEC. imWtffM TfalPI 8T m&i win o sfii SPECIAL ROUND TRIP FARES TO ira News Of The Churcnes, COMMISSIONER'S OEIM-CUBA-NE- W ORLEANS UNSURPASSED AND TO ALL OTHER RESORTS OF THE SOUTH. TICKETS ON SALE DAILY. LIBERAL RETURN LIMIT. FAVORABLE STOP-OVE- R PRIVILEGES. EQUIPMENT, SERVICE AND SCENERY lll& tSKl! ! iK ' tX" 3 3 i s !i! H UHFKlflWO Hpgy.-- MsSM'lS 'r For Particulars Apply to Any lclcec Agens or Acaress H. C. KING, Pass 101 The meeting conducted at ML Olivet by the Rev. R. M. Lee, of Burgin, assisted by Rev. S. H. Pollitt, of this city, closed last Saturday even ing with 10G additions to the church and about 200 professions. The missionary meeting being held at the Methodist church today and tomorrow should be of unusual interest as an interesting program has been arranged. Rev. M. S. Clark preaches and all are cordially invited. ht SALE OF LAND GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. Mary S. Clark, et al. Plaintiffs, vs J. G. Clark's Heirs, Defendants. Pursuant to a judgment rendered at the November Term. 1914. the under signed Commissioner will sell at punlic auction, uetore the Court House door in Lancaster, Kentucky, at II o'clock, A. M. or thereabouts, on MONDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1914, it being the first day of tta Garrard County Court Term the real estate mentioned in the pleadings and describ ed as follows; This is the same land that was in herited by the parties from J. G. Clark, deceased, and is described as follows: In Garrard County, Kentucky, on the Copper Creek turnpike: Tract No. 1. Beginning at a point in center of Copper Creek turnpike and corner to dower; thence with said dower line N G6 E 4.60 chains to a stake S 12 E 5.92 chains to a stake N 70 E 5.02 chains to a stake, S 41J E 8.18 chains to a post, corner to dower, S 30J E 11.22 chains to gate post, corner to same S 2J W 18 chains to a stone, corner to Henderson Green; thence with said Green S 12J E 19.78 chains to a stake, corner to same, N 85 E 27.50 chains to a large elm, corner to same, N 48 E 1.16 chains to a stone, corner to J. T. Clark, thence with said Clark N 9J W 21.10 chains to a stone, corner to said Clark and in line to J. B. Creech; thence with said Creech N 69J W 8.73 chains to a stake, S 77 W passing Yakey's corner at 2.50 chains in all 5,96 chains to a stake, corner to Yakey; thence with said Yakey N 55 J W 28.50 chains to a large locust on top of hill, corner to same, N 77i W 11.50 chains to a large honey locust stump; thence N 88J W 4 chains to West edge of Copper Creek pike; thence with said pike S 13J E 7. 67 chains to the beginning, containing 102.08 acres. Tract No. 2: Beginning at a point in center of Copper Creek pike and corner to dower; thence with line of dower S 86 W 22.50 chains to a stone, corner to dower and in line to Maggie Cochran; thence with said Cochran N 4J E 6.35 chains to a stake corner to Emred Clark; thence with said Clark and with the general coun e of the branch N 73 E 22.24 chains to a post on West edge of aforesaid Copper Creek pike; thence with said pike S 13 W.54 chains S 22 E 8.93 chains S 8 E 2.50 chaina to the beginning, containing 21.22 acres. Tract 3. Beginning at a point in the center of Fall Lick dirt road and corner to Elias Smith; thence with said road S 48 W 11.02 chains to a stake, corner to Hallie Sowders; thence with her line S 45J E 20.75 chains S 22 W 5.50 chains to a point in aforesaid Fall Lick dirt road: thence with said road S 54 E 4.03 chains to a large white oak at the junction of Fall Lick and Wells dirt road; thence with Wells dirt road S 81 E 4.72 chains to a stake, corner to Elias Smith thence with said Smith's line N 10 E 14.75 chains to a stake, corner to same; thence N 44 W 21.91 chains to the beginning, containing 31.50 acres. The said thre tracts of land will be sold seperately by the Commissioner. This land is ordered sold by the Commissioner for the purpose of dividing the proceeds among the heirs at law of J. G. Clark, deceased, as their rights may be adjudged, the said land being jointly owned by the parties to the action. TERMS. The sale will be made on a credit of six and twelve months and the purchaser or purchasers will be required to execute bonds with approved security for the purchase price one half due in six months and one halt due in twelve months, bearing six per cent interest from date until paid, having the force and effect of a judgment upon which execution may issue payable to W. H. Brown, Master Commissioner of the Garrard Circuit Court, and a lien will be reserved upon the property sold until all the purchase money fs paid. W. H. BROWN, M. C. G. C. C. H. C, Kauffman, Att'y for Plffs. Capt. A. M. Bourne. Auctioneer. GARRARD CIRCUIT COTRT, Louis Kincaid, et al, Plaintiffs, Ex-Part- e, Commissioner' s Sale Of Land 3tuV&ki7is'fe&sWLfsT'&i7T&7iV2TsRi3sr7H B. F. HUDSON, President. W. O. Rigney, Ass't Cash'r. J. J. WALKEK, Vice Prest. Joe J. Walker, Jr., Book-Keepe- r. W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. ORGANIZED 1883. r and Ticket Agent St., Lexington, Ky. East Main WHO KNOWS WHAT WENT WITH ROSE BEAUX. An old maid there was they called Rose, Who was always talking of beaux; She adjusted her cap. To catch every chap, Where they ran to nobody knows. mSB? BUYERS TO SHARE IN PROFITS LOWER PRICES ON FORD CARS Effective from August 1. 1914 to August 1, 1915 and guaranteed against any reduction during that time $490. TOURING CAR - $440. RUNABOUT TOWN CAR I TIME OF PEACE PRE PARE FOR WAR. None of us want war, but we do want to be prepared to defend our selves if war is forced upon us. The impractical pacificists are indulging in empty theories when they assert that the U. S. single handed and alone, can promote universal peace by neglecting defence preperations. You might just as well take away Luther Herrons club and gun and send him to break up a gang of gunmen. - - - $690. F O. B. Detroit, all cars lully equipped. (In the United States of America only.) WAR WILL EFFECT Further, we will be able to obtain the maximum efficiency in our factory production, and the minimum cost in our purchasing and sales departments if we can reach an output of 300.000 cars between the above dates. And should we reach this pro- JEWELRY BUSINESS. Eventually, the terrible carnage in Europe will affect the jewelry business. mere are no diamonds Demg mined or cut at the present time, and America is relying upon the stock she had be- tore the war broke out in Europe. Our larger diamonds are all cut in either Antwerp or Amsterdam, and none but the very smallest is cut in this country, inere are 3b,U0O diamond cutters ir Antwerp and Amsterdam who have closed their shops and have enlisted in the armies. Many have been killed, and undoubtedly the diamond market will feel the effects of this for many years after the war is over. "It will be but a short time now xm til America will feel the effects and the prices of diamonds, other stones and all European goods sold in this country will soar sky high. Even the smaller dia monds will experience a terrible raise. duction, we agree to pay as the buyer's share from $40 to $G0 ptr car (on or about August 1, 1915) to every retail buyer who purchases a new Ford car between August 1. 1914 and August 1, 1915. For further particulars regarding these low prices g plan see and profit-sharin- MADISON GARAGE, Richmond, Ky. TO THE HUSBAND RESCUED Country Merchant SJTfclSteKlrtMlA1 B08J Pursuant to a judgment rendered at the NovemberTerm, 1914 the undersigned Commissioner will sell at public auction before the Dourt House Door in Lancaster, Ky.. at 11 o'clock, A. M., or thereabouts, on DECEMBER, 28. 1914. it being the first day of the Garrard County Court term, the real estate mentioned in the pleadings and described as follows: Tract No. 1: Said land lies in Garrard County, Ky.. on the waters of Back Creek and is part of a tract of 127 acres conveyed to John Hurt by George Denny, etc., as shown by deed of record in tte Garrard County, Kentucky, Clerk's Office, Deed Book No. 2, page 87, dated May 17, 1876, and the part herein conveyed is bounded as follows: (As surveyed by O. T. Wallace Beginning at a December 1, 1904) stone in an old road in line to Jennie L, Kavanaugh and corner to the 25J acres deeded to J. W. Tatem in 1887; thence with said Kavanangh S 4 W 14.72 chains to a stake, her corner in line to Mat Rout; thence with Rout N 89 W 10.56 chains to a stone, her corner; thence a new line N 5 W 15.65 chains to a stake in a bottom and on East side of a branch, corner to the aforesaid 25J acre tract; thence with line of same S 85 E along and with and old road 12.94 chains to the beginning, containidgl7f acres. Tract No. 2: Bounded and described as follows: In Garrard County, Ky., on the waters of Back Creek, Immediately on the South side of the Richmond and Lancaster turnpike road and bounded as follows: Beginning at a point in and near the middle of turnpike road at the intersection of the County Road, thence leaving th pike along the Western edge of said County Road, S 4 W 3.18 chains S 17 W 1.21 chains S 49 W 1.78 chains to a point in or near the North edge of road and in the branch; thence N 8J W 4.70 chains to a point near the middle of the aforesaid turnpike road; thence along and with said road JN To m 2.9o chains to the beginning, containing 1 acre. The said two tracts will be offered seperately and as a whole, and the Commissioner will accept the Did or bids that brings the most money. The purpose of the sale is to divide the proceeds among the persons entitled to receive the same as their rights may be adjudged. TERMS. The sale will be made on a credit of. six months and the purchaser or purchasers will be required to execute a bond or bonds with approved security for the purchase price, due in six months, bearing six per cent interest per annum from date until paid, having the force and effect of a judgment upon which execution may issue, payable to W. H. Brown, Master Commissioner of the Garrard Circuit Court, and a lien will be reserved upon the property sold until all the purchase money is paid. W. H. BROWN, M. C. G. C. C. J. E. Robinson, Att'y for Plaintiffs, Capt. A. M. Bourne, Auctioneer. We Citizens Capital $50,000. National Bank Surplus $40,000. , OF 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. 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. Parsley's Indian Herbs 45 Days' Treatment, $1.00 25c Dakota Jack's Cowboy Liniment 2Sc Dakota Jack's Creme Soap, Price 1 Oc. 3 bars DAKOTA JACK The Northwestern Cowboy ORIGINATOR OF nil. ON SALE AT C. C. & J. . Stormes and R. E. McRocerls. PURSLEV3 INDIAN HERBS EVERY FARMER SHOULD HAVE A SILO The kind of Silos that do not blow down, and last, are built of cement. We build cement Silos 12, 14'and 16 feet in diameter, any height. We have had many experiences in this line and our work is the best. Write or telephone us at Stanford, Ky., if you need cement work of any kind. PHILLIPS BROS, Stanford, Ky. ! DESPAIRING WIFE I have a very large stock of Shoes, Oxfords and Pumps that I will wholesale very cheap. After Four Tears of Discouraging conditions, Mrs. bullock Gave Up in Despair. Husband Came to Rescue. Catron, Ky. In an interesting letter place. Mrs. Bettie Bullock writes as follows: "I suffered for four years, with womanly troubles, and during this time, I could only sit up for a little while, and could not walk anvwhere at all. At times, I would have severe pains In my left side. The doctor was called in. and his treat ment relieved me for a while, but I was soon confined to my bed again. After that, nothing seemed to do me any goodi l had gotten so weak I could not stand. and I gave up in despair. At last, my husband cot me a bottle ol Cardui, the woman's tonic, and I com menced taking it From the very first aose, i could tell it was helping me. I can now walk two miles without its tiring me, and am doing my work." If VOU are all run down from urnmanlo troubles, don't give up in despair. Try Cardui, the woman's tonic. It has helped luuie man a minion women, in its ou years of wonderful success, and should surely help you, too. Your druggist has Sold Cardui for vears. Hl Irnnivs what it will da. A1r him H will unm. mend it Begin taking Cardui today. UUf .tu Uftl " 2TV. HnWaiuw. Jicu,iu VJf LMW from this and book. Vm4fmfit. w nwtw., cut t &I.I. . .. aWmim PWIH4)MWiatfll . a s 3 isosovsi: SiWiS $f$M tf W.ttSttWJ E5 World's Record Gar. sssksssMssssiHssiHsssssHPsSsssMsH sflaHTIfsflsssHslBssHssssssHrfsssW5 Dealers Wanted S3 tsnas - JOHN G. GftLDWELL SUCCESSOR TO ROBERTS & CALDWELL Danville, -- Kentucky. w"w Imtructumt on your ."" ... ' V Date Hon a e in each WE WANT a town in Southern Ohio, adjacent territory in W. Virginia, Southern Indiana and enUre State ol Kentucky to take on our line of LEWIS, ALLEH and METZ automobiles: Our can SELL good, satisfy the owners, and you make MONEY. From $375 up; also one at $485. This is a good chance for an established Auto Dealer to take on a quick-sellin- g line of "popular cars, or for a Htb HUSTLER with a little money and backing to get business. Write into a first class money-makin- g N quick for particulars to the Factory ALLEN 9895 "87" DEALER 1 m m "" jg This $150 Stock Car made in 30 days with Bonnet Sealed. From Sept 23 to Oct 23, it traveled through 23 States. You 7500 miles can't ask any more of any automobile, no matter what the horsepower or cost. For catalogue & car specifications write CENTRAL MOTOR GAR GO. Lexington, Ky 'mm&mmmmM&Mmmmim Ai j5ia.fy;.fc-a$.'Jj-t MOTORS COMPANY, fl-- & Ninth St., Cincinnati, Ohio. mMmmmmmmrn'mmimsfB .vil4 lfrtA?&&iS A.- - ' The Central Record, Thursday Dec 10 1914. Page 7 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 and floor men are men of large experience in the loose leaf warehouse business. Col. R. E. Holland "Dock" the celebrated Auctioneer, will be with us for the season. This will be good news to tobacco men everywhere. "HE GETS THE PRICE." Our floors are equipped with the finest Automatic Scales in the county. Come and see them work. A mistake cant be made Our Opening Sale Tuesday, December 2nd, 1914. It Danville Walnut Street. Jno. I. M. Dunn, President S. Van Tobacco mwzzi Winkle, Secretary at Warenouse Incorporated. if&mi i icuissa s& Danville, Ky. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy-T- he PUBLOALE. Saturday, December 12, Mothers Favorite. 1914. J. M. Sallee, Ass't Secretary m public 1;30 o'clock. I will offer for sale at auction on the premises at Milledgeville, in Lincoln county, Ken- I e t 4 tucky, the following property; The Old Isaac Gibson mill property, later owned by S. E. Owsley. The place contains about thirty ecres in good state of cultivation and has never failing water on it and good barn. The residence contains four rooms and two porches. There is also a house and lot on corner of place. Will sell these houses separately and then as a whole. At same time and place will sell a lot of lumber from the old mill for cash. Possession given Jan. 1st. TERMS ne-half cash, balance in one year. Further particulars write, B. W. Givens, Agent, Hubble Ky. I. M. Dunn. Auctioneer. -O- "I give Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to my children when they have colds or coughs," writes Mrs. Verne Shaffer. Vandeignft, 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 be out again after several days illness. Mrs. J. C. Eubanks was in Lancaster with her sister, Mrs. G. C. Rose, this week. Mrs. J. E. Buck, of Gilbert's Creek. is the guest of her mother, Mrs. Martha Nevius. Cabell Woods' of Alpine, Texas is here with his mother Mrs. Adelia Woods. P0U AUTO jf VSS PUBLIC SALE 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 auThe 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 experience to look after up-to-date 9 3 m 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. - 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 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. two-hor- e DAILY SALES. FREE STABLE AND FREE INSURANCE ON YOUR TOBACCO. PUBLIC SALE! 9 m Q 9 Incorporated. S I Danville, Kentucky. r 9 f- jam BrtiftlittV S bid. !!!? .. KY. I will on SATURDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1914 beginning at one o'clock p. m. at the Dr. Nelson May's place, one mile west of Paint Lick, sell to the highest and best bidder the following:- Four head of horse stock; one extra gcod family mare; twelve-year-ol- d with foal to High Preston; 1 bay horse, 15i hands by King Squirrel, well broke and gentle; 1 black mare mule, 15J hands; 1 spotted pony, 13 hands, can trot like, a road horse, is well broke and gentle, my daughter driving her to school every day. Four head of cattle, one full jVrsev milk cow, giving good flow of milk, calf just weaned, never goes dry One good snort-hor- n cow, to be fresh in June, eight head of shoats, weight 100 pounds, one wagon, one pheaton, nearly new, with rubber tires, one some plows and one Avery riding corn cultivator, used one season and a lot of harness. Terms, 12 months with interest at G per cent ' from date of sale. four-year-o- ld four-year-o- ld ld two-horse run-a-bo- C. S. COTTON, Am Bourne, Auct. Paint Lick, Ky. STANFORD. Mrs. Joe Good is reported quiet ill. Wm. McGuffey spent Thursday in Lancaster. M. O. VanDeveer has been sick for several days. H. C. Campbell of Lexington was here last week. W. R. Gaines has moved his home to , a farm south of Crab Orchard. Mrs. T. J. Hill Jr, is the guest of relatives and friends at Cincinnati. Mrs. Mollie Nunneley who has been quite ill for soveral weeks is better. Mrs. Joe Goode haa been ill at her hsme near Rowland for several days. Miss Gertrude Wilkerson is able to Mrs. George Menefee, of Columbus, guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Menefee. John W. Engleman, of Louisville is the guest of his uncle John Engleman and family. Mas. E. C. Jordon was the week-en- d guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Foster at Hustonville. Miss Elizabuth Hunn spent Saturday and Sunday with Miss Margaret Beck at McKinney. Miss Ellen Ballow and Miss Annie Davis McRoberts spent several days in Cincirnati last week. J. H. Hill of Louisvilla was here this week with his wife's parents Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Campbell. J. L. Beazley and W. P. Grimes attended the burial of C. A. Robinson at Lancaster Sunday. Mrs. W, A. Carson who has been very ill for several weeks is thought to be slowly improving. Mr. and Mrs. Kellev J, Francis and baby, Middlesboro, are the guest of her father J. S. Hocker. Miss Grace Young of Louisville came Saturday to visit her parents, Mr and Mrs. C. M. Young at Highland. Dr. and Mrs. John Beck of Louisville spent several days here this week with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Wm Beck. Miss Anna Warren has returned from Chrisney, Ind., where she has been engaged in the millinery business. Stephenson Dozier, who is working extra as telegraph operator Vernon, spent this morning in Stanford. Walter Singleton of Louisville, spent several days here this week with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Garland Singleton. Mr. and Mrs. Anton Ernest and boby of Highland Park spent several days here early in the week with her aunt Mrs, S. T. Roberts. J. Beecher Adams of Danville was here Tuesday advertising a concert which the Danville Military Band will give at the opera house Tuesday ningt. The revival services at the Methodist church conducted by Rev. W. S. Clark of Wilmore, are doing much good in thi3 community. There have so far been about 20 conversions. Monday is county court day here and it is anticipated that a large crowd will be here. The stock pens will be open and filled with good market cattle and it is said that quite a number of prominent buyers will be here, as the quarantine has been lifted from this and adjoining counties. Joseph Hopper of Stanford, who is attending the Presbyterian Theological Seminary at Louisville, preached his first sermon Sunday morning. He was sent Out to the Cave Run church outside of Louisville. He acquitted him self most creditable. His host of friends here are counting on great things from him in His Master's work. O., is the at-Mt. Yes, this is an auto hotel. long headed enough to And we fancy we are treat our patrons right at home when they It's good business ex- We try to make them feel park or store their cars with us. for us to extend many little courtesies, many little tra services that please the patron. Ve pay special attention to transients. We want to be known as the best auto hostelry in the stale. P. L. CONN'S GARAGE- - . Lexington Street. Lancaster, Ky. THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Capital $50,000. A. R Surplus $30,000. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. r. GlLL, Book-Keepe- 3ENNY, President J. E. STORMES, Vice Pres't. Jmbp-Y- R. T. , Ass't Cashier. J. L. Safety Deposit WE SOLICIT Boxes For Rant. YOUR BUSINESS. Samual D. Cochran, Alex R. Denny, J. II. Posey, J. E. Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. "4.V3 l'u. JTSiBTrT'TTB ft'lZiiTi'i'ViTi1 '" 1 $2TEL-. f rstA .,F&SWMm8 iuj'fj try? tx jo V& aB8Mm.&BEg&MB & 'iVMMffrW MSEftCM e WASHINGTON OEALS at 18th & iI. Sts. RATE3! &SK, Pilut! 3i!J iff; ,7 I (- B is 8. Pennsylvania-- ' Avenue, RATES: fisoit, DitscM Bill 1.50, $2.00 op. E3 tZSO, ?3.00 u?. OVERLOOKS WHITE HOUSE. t 4 a 0 mr WHY take chances vrlth your fowls? Mrs. McCIain's Experience With Croup. 1 WM fftl . RICHMOND, Is absolute and Quick death to the eenns o roup, colds and other Infectious diseases. A few drops In the drinking water kills the disease perms and prevents sickness. One 50c bottlo makes 12 eallons of medicine. Bourbon Poultry Cure 111 , iA.'?if- istree. At dnunrists. or br mail, nost- pald. Valuable poultry book t B0CIBO.1 1ZKEDT CO, LexlsftM s. A TRAINING SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS Courses leading to Elementary, Intermediate and Life State Certificates. Valid in all Public Schools of Kentucky. Special Courses and Review Courses. Tuition Free to Appointees. Two splendid dormitories, new model school, new manual training building, practice school, department of agriculture, a well equipped Domestic Science. First Term begins gymnasium. September 7, Second Term November 16, Third Term January 25, Fourth Term April 6, Summer School opens June 14, Catalogue Free. j. q. CBABBE, President. "When my boy, Ray, was small he was subject to croup, and I was always alarmed at such times. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy proved far better than any other for this trouble. It always relieved him quickly. I am never without it in the house for I know it is a positive cure for cioup," writes Mrs. W. R, McCIain, Clairaville, Pa. For sale by all dealers. 1-- EleganfAppointments, Palm Court. Indian Grill Room, Tea Room? 'Colonial Furnishings, Library, ' Grand Pipe Organ, Orchestra. Write for Illustrated Booklet "B" with small map. CLIFFORD M. LEWIS MANAGER. - itNg?.. Oi.tjWt 9 7 Page 8 r V I YOU'll FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN. J 's SUNDAY SCHOOL. The Central Record, Thursday Dec 10 1914. w ...tti..1ii1ltrt ................ ......... fiiiiilt,,t.,, ." -- hi I House and lot on Lexington street, for sale or rent. Mrs. Susan Fisher. Watch for the nrettv doll that is to be given away at Mrs. W. H. Wards, Lesson XL Fourth Quarter, For Dec. 13, 1914. AOO0C$O0O0i OO'XKf OOOCH00OOXXH00g CARDS. for a classy EXTRAORDINARY SALE OF ii. NEXT Hair Cut and Shave a t the old THE INTERNATIONAL SERIES. I am in the market for your turkeys and will pay the highest market price, Text of the Lesson, Matt, xxviii, 16.20; tf- . H. C. Bailey. 9 Memory Verses, Luke xxiv, I have a full stock of buggy rugs, 19, 20 Golden Text, Matt, xxviii, 20. Harness, Horse Blankets and Whips. Commentary Prepared by Rev. D. M W. J. Romans. Stearns. Have your fruit trees pruned scien' The correct sequence of events betifically. Address H. Caldwell, R. R. tween His resurrection and final visNo. 1. Lancaster Ky. ible ascension from Olivet is not more easy than the sequence of some of tbo Don't forget our big sale when mak events in His sojourn In His mortal ing your Xmas purchases. body, but the heart lessons are not Logan, Anderson & Tomlinson. difficult. The summary in Acts 1, 3, is clear and full, "He shewed Himself For Sale. alive after His passion by many InFlorence hot blast, air tight heater. fallible proofs, being seen of them forty days and speaking of the things No. 51. Good as new. pertaining to the Kingdom of God." H. V. Bastin. He always shewed Himself (John sod, 1, 14), and this Is our need to Wanted. see no man any more save Jesus only Wanted to rent a farm of about 100 (Mark ix. 8). He showed Himself alive, acres. Money rent. Can give satis and we must live as If we really befactory reference. E. B. Creech, lieved that our great High Priest Is alive forevermore and has all power Lancaster, Ky. In heaven and on earth. For Rent. He always spake of the Kingdom, My property in Lancaster. Ky., on both in His earthly life and until His Stanford Street adjoining Christian ascension, and there Is nothing so Important as the coining of His Kingdom, church for year 1915. Possession given which if we seek first He has assured January 1st. Mrs. E. J. Mason. us of all other things that we need. (Matt vL 33). This appearance of our lesson in Matthew may have been to For Sale the eleven only, or It may have been Sixty acres of land, 2i miles from the same as when He was seen by Lancaster on Sugar Creek pike. Good over 000 at once (I Cor. xv, 10). From the fact that some doubted It would house, barn and plenty ot water. Herndon & Walker. Lancaster, Ky. seem to have Included the latter, for surely the eleven had ceased doubting ere this. There was another most InFOR RENT TOR YEAR 1915. teresting appearance In Galileo to sevWill :ent the Red Brick house on en of the disciples after their night Danville street, now occupied by Mr. of fruitless toll on the lake, when He provided breakfast for them, apart Will Davis. For price and terms, write, from their labors, and also filled their Fisher Herring, Route No. 4, net with 153 great fishes. It was then (Crab Orchard, Ky. that He asked Peter the thrice repeattf ed question, "Lovest thou me?" speNotice To Teachers. cially commissioned him and foretold his martyrdom (John xxi, I am expecting State funds to pay Before His crucifixion His Instructeachers on Dec. 12. All teachers tions to the disciples were to go neither whose monthly reports are signed by to gentiles nor Samaritans, but rather the trustee and chairman, to Israel, but now that Israel had deand on file in my office on that date cidedly rejected Him and in cutting Him off had also cut themselves off will receive the salary due them. Miss Jennie Higgins, Supt. from all privileges as a nation till He shall come again the Instructions are different The messengers are to go Tor Rent. to all nations and gather to Him disHouse and lot in Bryantsville for ciples. They are to go into all the rent for year 1915. world and preach the gospel to every Mrs. Sam Haselden. tf. creature; they are to preach repentance and remission of sins In His name among all nations, beginning at JeruDissolution Notice. salem, but they were to wait at JeruOn November 19th. 1914, I withdrew salem (these first messengers) until from the firm of Becker, Ballard &Co., they should receive the necessary powof Bryantsville, having sold my interest er to do this in the form of a special enduement of power by the Holy Spito Mr. Taylor Scott. rit for He would be sent to bear witJ. C. Williams. ness to a crucified, risen, rejected, ascended Christ to gather unto Him a Farm For Sale. people for His name, who by a special I haAe a well improved form of 110 training in this age would be fitted acres, with all necessary buildings; well to reign with Him In the next age. watered, half mile of Post Office and when He shall come again to set up one mile from good graded school. His kingdom of righteousness and peace (verse 19; Mark xvi. 15; Luke Will sell worth the money. xxiv, 46-4Acts xv, Isa. J. C. Williams, xxxll, 1, 17). tf. Bryantsville' Ky. There Is nothing whatever In their commission about subduing the world For Sale. or winning the world to Christ or re155J acres of land near Lancaster, forming or uplifting the race, but simKy., now ready to grow any crops ply to do as Paul tells us he did dedesired. 30 acres of this land will grow termine not to know anything but Jesus Christ and nim crucified; to from 1200 to 1500 lbs. of tobacco per preach the gospel that Christ died for acre, and more than pay for the land. our sins according to the Scriptures, The first year giving the tenant his that He was buried and that He rose share, timber sufficient to saw up and again the third day according to the build all the barns desired, if interested Scriptures; to so preach as by all means to save some; to be ready to write. Mrs. Pattie G. Haydon, preach the gospel anywhere as debtor Nicholasville. Ky., R. F. D. 4. to all and never ashamed of it: to 12 preach the kingdopi of God and teach tlioo things whk-- rum-ethe Lord Jesus Christ knowing that Mime will 000C.0OC8C00.0O000000 believe and some believe not: to turn people from idols to Cod. to serve tht FARMER'S COLUMN! living and true God alid to wait for nis son from Heaven: to speak always uot as pleasing men. but God. who 0f9CKwKMH000C0tMO trieth our hearts (I Cor. ii. 2: ix. 22; pcc below tills beading Is for the exclu-iv- xv, 3. 4; Rom. 1, Acts xxviii. 23, use or our farmer subscribers, and Is for 24. 31: I Thess. 1. 9. 10; ii. 4; II Tim. the sale of stock, gram and such things on ii. 13). Our responsibility is to be farm rs the farmer cannot afford to advertise. Xo notice will be accepted over four faithful witnesses, believing all things lines, and will beculjriu two Issue of the written in the law of Moses and in the prophets and the Psalms concerning Ecoxtn. free of cLarge Iliui. quite sure that His Word will FOR SALE::A few Plymouth Rock not return to Ilim void, hut always accomplish all Ills pleasure verso 44: Roosters. Mrs. Edd Grow. Isa. Iv. 11). 50-Phone Whether we see much or little or FOR sALE:-- I have 16 bull calves I not any present results of our sowing, we can leave that ail to Ilim with will sell worth the money. whom we are fellow workers unto His C. H. Collins. kingdom, knowing that He shall not McCreary, Ky fall nor be discouraged (Isa. xlii. 4: I J. Frank Thompson, who lives about Cor. xv, 5S). The devil sowed hU four miles from Lancaster on the Crab tares and went his way quite sure that they would grow, and we must indeed Orchard pike, has 26 stock ewes for be people of little faith If we cannot sale, that will lamb in February. have as much confidence concerning the Mr. F. L. Thompson, of Preachers-vill- e, incorruptible seed of the Word of God as the devil had concerning his tares. has 12 nice meat hogs that he When we have delivered the Word of will sell worth the money. God lovingly In the power of the Holy we can For Sale;-Fres- h Jersey Milk cow Spiritwill work.safely say. Thank God. that with calf. W. F. Clark, Lancaster Ky If some one should ask. What will It rewe can with FOR SALE:-Pure- v bred Hampshire plywork?It will work all confidence His good pleasthat Boars and Gilts. 8 cts. per pound, if ure." A restless ambition to see great taken at once. S. H. Aldridge. results does not Indicate a mind in Hyattsville, Ky. harmony with God or a Spirit filled messenger. The blessed assuratue. 0 FOR pound steers. "Lo, I am with you all the days until J- T. Pope, Good quality. the end of the age" (Matt xxviii. 20. Marksbury, Ky. R. V. margin), should be to us au unspeakable comfort and Inspiration. Mr. W. S. Embry sold 28 head of that averaged 193 pounds, to Lawson Small Farm Or Lots For Sale. and Brown for 7 cents a pound. These eags were iarrowea last March and is I have sixteen acres of land, frontconsidered an excellent average for ing on pike, within six miles of 3 county hogs of this age. seats, close to school and churches, Mr. C. D. Walker sold to Lawson and which I will sell as a whole or in lots Brown 12 head of hogs averaging 293 of two acres or more. Also 3 acres, fronting on pike, has pounds at $7 a hundred. spring of everlasting water. PossesSTRAYED:-T- o my place a red and sion at once. Will sell on easy terms. white spotted steer, with horns, weight G. B. Swinebroad, about 700 pounds. Lancaster, Ky. J. D. Pope. 44-4ll-5.- tf sub-distri- ct 12-4-13-1- 8; WOOLTEX COATS ig reliable shop. ni.i.r.i...-..-w...- i, ,,,,....... .,. ,.,.,g....,...........,li - .. .ii g mm Henry Duncan's Barber Shop. At The Lowest Prices it- Has Ever Been Possible For Us To Make on Wooltex Coats. E. W. Slorrow, Graduate Optician W00LTEX COATS are standard of value in women's coats it is not possible to make a coat better than Wooltex and thoy have won the confidence of the public on their merits, so it has never been necessary to cut priees of Wooltex coats to sell them. As this is the first time we ever had a sale of WOOLTEX COATS at CUT PRICES (and we may never have another) you will doubtless wonder why this. sale. The reply is that it is the first chance we ever had. The Wooltex people telegraphed us November 28th that they would take inventory Dec 1st and that on account of the very warm weather they had a good line of fine coats on hand which they would sell very cheap, rather than take inventory . As we could have used these at regular prices we jumped at this chance and spent all day. December 1st in the Wooltex factory in Cleveland, selecting the choice of their stock at an average price of The Regular Prices. One-Ha- lf Glasses Fitted. Satisfaction Guaranteed. and THE NEW Opposite Post Office. Barber Shop Bath In Connection. J. . Seale,Prop Every one of these Garments is absolutely perfect and and Newest shapes and carry the Wooltex Two-Ye- ar Honakers Fine Cut Flowers. Guarantee. John M. McRoberts. We want, our trade to get the entire benefit of this purchase and so we offer the entire line at very close margin. W. Ki. ELLIOTT, Physician and Surgeon LANCASTER, KY. Office Phone 6. Jfoue Senz $9.75 AlQ Trt is Oviz On Approval Residence Phone 220. y IbiuU the price of the first lot and these garments all worth NOW, 15. to $18.50. is the price of next finer lot and in it are plain and fancy coats worth Now up to $22.50. S19.75--Fine- st H. J. PATRICK, Dentist. Kentucky. Paint Lick, Wooltex Coat , Made--$19.7- 5. J. A.Beazley FUNERAL DIRECTOR Office Over National Bank. Residence Phone 3. Office Phone 27 LANCASTER, KY. In this lot will be found street and evening Coats that are selling NOW in over 700 Wooltex stores at $32.30$35.00, $37.50, $40.00 and $45.00. More than twenty ferent styies of coats and materials to select from. Most'df these are only one of a kind. Now do not get the idea dif- that Wooltex have cut the prices on their line of coats, for they HAVE NOT. They merely sold out the ones they had on hand, and any that we may want to order now will cost us the full regular price. We will offer every Tailored Suit in our big stock at Greatly Reduced Prices M. K. Denny and . A. CC Choice of about fifty excellent new tailored buns in all colors ana sizes. Materials are poplins, ardines, serges, cloths, etc. These were made to retail at $15. and $25. of the season's very best Tailored Suits. Most of these are very re-h In this lot are over seventy-fiv- e 1 . D cent arrivals and represent the very last word in style. Material are, chiffon, broadcloth, gabardines, crepe poplins, etc. These sold at $25., $27.50, $30., and $32.50. Wteeto , & $10 -- gao-.U- U Doctors Of Dental Surgery. Office: q tj r J) StormesBnildlugover Hurt son's Furniture Store. Ander LANCASTER, - KENTUCKY. vp23.0U At this price we offer choice of all the finest Suits in the line. These sold at $37.50, $40.00, $42.. $45. Dr. Wm. D. Pryor, Wool and Sill Dresses All Reduced. $15.00 -- Choice of any dress that sold at $25.00. $9.75 Choice of any Dress that sold at $15.00. $12.50 $5.95 Crepe Meteor Dresses that sold at $18.00 Choice of any Dress that sold at $9.50. I Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. Office at Raineys Livery Stable. -- Lancaster. OQce Hours - -- - Kentucky Office West Side Lexington Street e 14-1- Christmas Gifts. CbMS Tint. JFWELRY e are w" an immense assortment of fine Gold Jewelry bought Jirect from the makers and marked at very close prices. Fine assortment of Cameos. a.m. to 13. l p.m. to B- - F. TFRIiNG SILVER pieces at We carry om"y tne finest standard makes of silver and every kinds of spoons, forks, knives, etc., in most popular patterns. All kinds of dishes and fancy hollow ware every price from $2.00 to $50.00. Complete assortment of White and Gold Table China and also in the Minturn Pattern. be years before any of this comes to America you had better get it while you can. As it may DENTIST. Phone 65. Walter i. Lancaster, Ky. FINE CHINA IVORY DOLLS Victor Bogaert Go. Leading Manufacturing Full line of best Persian Ivory Brushes, Combs, Mirrors, and Fancy pieces at very low prices. We are showing the greatest line of Dolls ever. shown in Central Kentucky, All imported direct from factories in Germany. Prices from 15c. to $5. Jewelers S Importers 133-1- 35 We are showing a wonderfully attractive line of Neckwear, Handerchiefs and Fancy Towels for Christmas. McCallum's celebrated Silk Hose at 81.00 West Main St. Lexington, -:- Kentucky. New York, Brussels, Belguim. It Will Pay You To Do Your Christmas Shopping At Our Store. TREES SALE:-Two-I00- A. B. Robeitson & Bro. CHfe $tov Coots $9lFfV 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. t- - DANVILLEt m ... mi'1 ill hi in tn.i KENTUCKY. fit I -- 1 H.F.I.illemneyer & Sons. Lexington, Kentucky tf. litiiiiiliiii.iliimiiil....i.i ! qt fSrvS?&1r 4 iiiiiiiii fV ) iiiinilliiii Js Nurserymen since 1841. JWH Usy!--ts2- a &, .w. , v i4 m v ... JCur rft f "X J