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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): December 23, 1914 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1914 cen1914122301_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 23, 1914 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1914 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE CENTRAL RECORD. PURE RELIGION UN2ARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT TWKNTY FIFTH YEAR. LANCASTER, KY., WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, DECEMBER "Hang up the baby's stocking". Books 23, 1914. JrEMiSIiniMJrEIi NUMBER 38. at McRoberts Drug Store. S 9 sk U ss da I 1 A and her pupils showed marked skill and painstaking work. Miss Webb has The handsome windows of the Joseph proven herself, not only a fine musician Mercantile Co., have been attracting but an instructor of rare ability. quite a great deal of attention from the public on account of their artistic BOLD ROBBER THIS. decoration. One of the windows reOS Last Sunday night while returning presents a snow scene, with "Old Santa" very much in evidence, while to his home in Bryantsville, Mr. Joe the other is a display of their white Bryant was held up and relieved of . goods, showing many useful and twenty dollars and a handsome gold watch. The robber who was a white beautiful Christmas gifts. man and unknown to Mr. Brvant, order ed him to get out of his buggy and to A great many of our farmers have SALES POSTPONED. throw up his hands, which was done stripped out and marketed a portion of thir tobacco crops in order to get The sale of Mr. R. S. Brown advertis- without much augument upon the part "Christmas money". ed to take place last Saturday, was of Joe. The robbery occured about postponed till Tuesday December 29th. three miles from town on the LexingConsiderable trouble was experienced Mr. Fount Cook had also advertised his ton pike. last week with "busted" water pipes, sale for that day and on account the and the services of the plumber were SMITH-HOOVEinclement day it was put off until Tuesvery much in demand. day December 29th. Mr. C. S. Cotton Mis3 Salhe T. Smith surprised her Make your own Christmas the merrier of Paint Lick, advertised for the same host of friends in this county on Wedby insuring a "Msrry Xmas" for some day was likewise withdrawn and he nesday by being united in marriage to m little one who would have awakened to will have his sale on Saturday Decem- Mr. J. H. Hoover of Frankfort, the ber 26th. These sales will absolutely ceremony being performed in an empty stocking but for you. that city. take place on the above dates rain or The bride is the daughter of Mr, J. Traditional Christmas good cheer and shine. H. Smith of this city and a most popproverbial "college gayety" will coml ular and estimable young lady, while A J bine to make Lancaster a good place in fU RING. the groom is a well-t- o do mechanic of j which to live for the next two weeks. ES3B &s Mr. Allen C. King, who for so many Frankfort, There is never any blessing to the years owned Tte Record joins a host of friends in and conducted the water giver in a reluctant gift, especeally mi'l on Dick's river, near the bridge, congratulating the newly wpds. when it is a Christmas gift, which is over that stream, on the Lexington supposed to be given in a Christ-lik- e THE PROFIT turnpike, died at his residence near by spirit. at 5;15 o'clock Sunday morning, in the "The Wisconsin Legislature passed a LJ,i We have no official 'oldest inhabitant" seventy-eight- h year of his age. He is bill appropriating tne sum of $3,000.-00- 0 T0i in Lancaster, but "they say" the survived by two daughters. Miss Anna for the State university and eight mercury was all the Way from 5 to 16 King ot Boyle county, and Mrs. Janet m degrees below zero on last Monday Shreve, of Boston Jlass. Burial ser- normal schools. The appropriations are 7i to pay the expenses of these institunight, the 14th inst. vices will be conducted at the grave on tions for two years. Wednesday morning next, at eleven Quarterly meeting service at "We mention the circumstance just to show how education is viewed in Methodist church, Sunday morning and o'clock in the Danville Bellevuc other States. night. Bro. Huffman will preach in "Suppose Ky. were to take the same the morning and Bro. Arnold at night. view of education that Wisconsin does, Quarterly conference in the afternoon NO EXCUSE FOR IT. and expend 5.65 per capita a year for at 2:30. Let the stewards all be preThe statistics show that there are higher and common school education. sent. 208,000 illiterates in Kentucky. How "Twenty years of that kind of effort Our young peeple who have been many of these belong to Garrard? and the farmers of Ky. would be proaway to school have returned for the Why should any child in this county ducing 30 bushels of wheat to the acre, holiday season in joyful anticipation of over 10 and under 20 be unable to read 60 bushels of corn and other staple crops "lots of good things to eat", an ap- and write? The fault is somewhere. in proportion and we would have three preciable change from the usual college Where is it? The law providas that fat steers for the market for every one diet, and there will not he an instance every child between seven and thirteen we have now. where they are disappointed. Five years ago in Kentucky the cost MUST attend school, and if that law is enforced we will have no illiterates of education, measured in dollars and With a great many turiceys yet left under twenty years of age. There may cents, was the one phase given con in the country and to be had at a be an excuse for those illiterates who sideration and not always favorable con reasonable price, sausage, backbones are over twenty, for probably they sideration at that. Then as if by a and spare ribs in abundance, the finest haye not had the opportunities that are miracle, Kentucky was made to take a crop cf pumpkins in many years, and look at the other side of the question accorded the children of the larders of the good house wives the profits of education measured not stocked as never before, there should in dollars and cents, but in the increas GOOD INSURANCE HAN. indeed be a merry Xmas in old Garrard. ed yield of corn and wheat to the acre, Mr. D. A. Thomas, who was assistant of larger crops, of moie and better catThe sight of a Bible School taking its gifts and laying them at the foot of Cashier in the Garrard Bank & Trust tle, of a more valuable because a more efficient citizenship. the cross as gifts to the King must be Co for a number of years and for the Kentucky; like Texas, is a long way past year has been general inspiring and certainly it must be more off from the Wisconsin idea, which is gleasing to Him who set the great ex- for the Van Deering Hardware Co., of the right idea. But both have caught ample of unselfishness which such a Lexington, has purchased the agency the vision. service stands tor The "White Gifts" for the country business of the Continental Insurance Company, of reach into eternity. FULL TO OVERFLOWING. Bromley and Bromley, of Stanford. Mr. Thomas will make an ideal insurA casual visitor to Garrard county at THE REAL XMAS SPIRIT. ance man, having had quite a little ex- present would readily become imbued The whole Record force belongs to perience in this line for a number of with the idea that he had reached the the "Christmas Society of Uncomplain- years. He has purchased a Ford car "land of milk and honey". The overing Receivers" and we are pledged to and is prepared to call on his friends flow of good things to eat is due to on the shortest possible moment. We many circumstances. Last summer at be thankful for nothing at all. are glad to announce that Mr. Thomas the beginning of the war in Europe i will spend part of his time in Garrard there arose a cry of "hard times next "SKINNY" TURNS POET. although he has three other counties in winter" and in consequence a prevelence We never blame the tailor when our his territory. of high prices. To clinch this fact in pants we have to pin; the minds of the people, sugar went We never blame the shoe man when abnormally high. In anticipation of CHRISTMAS CHARITY. our shoes grow old and thin; the fulfillment of the prediction, the We never blame the hatter when our It is not in the great cities alone that housewives of the county began maklids we have to flount, Santa Claus is a myth to poor children ing preparations against such a con But we always blame the laundry at Chris tmas time. Not alone in the tingency, and every home is amply cheerless tenements do the little hearts, stocked with canned good', preserves when our shirts wear out. not yet disillusionized, yearn in vain jellies, vegeatables in every imaginable for some gleam of the Yule Tide en- manner of preservation, and every Very useful and cheap. GOOD' ADVICE. Glazed Pottery Ware in Sets. chantment which they feel to be rightgood to eat, and too, the very When the tongue of trade is coated, fully their own. There are thousands thing Your account is ready. Call and settle. when the eyes and limbs of the clerk on the bleak farms and in the country best kind, "like mother use to make". are dull and languid) when a raging towns to whom Christmas is an empty Anain, just about turkey shipping and fever burns the empty vitals of the name. The only difference in their hog killing time, came the ban on the cash register, when the spider roosts neglect does not carry the poignancy exportation of turkeys, swine and other and maketh beautiful webs on all the experienced by the poor of the city live stock products, in consequence, shelves, you should, at once, consult whose sufferings are brought into bit- the prices fell and there were more the advertising doctor, who will be ter contrast with the joys of those who hogs killed than was ever known in the county. Turkey buyers were not able found at the Record office. They are spared are more favored. prices as is their custom Office hours from 6 to 6 each day in the spectacle of the garish panorama to offer such and many of the fowls are yet in the the week from Monday morning to which the season brings, the brilliant hands of the raisers. Saturday night. Give us a call or ring shops, the glittering feast of toys, the Coupled with these circumstances, we 43. thousand things which they may look have had an unusually profitable year, at but never possess. our crops have been abundant and have NEW RURAL CARRIERS. brought good prices, and in consequence our people are feeling exceedingly good A POLITICIAN. Messrs William P. Rogers and Stephand are inclined to make merry during en D. Todd have been appointed rural One of our exchanges tells of on old the holiday season. mail carriers out of Paint Lick on German who had a boy of whom he was There is perhaps to be found no where routes 2 and 3 respectfully. The va very proud, and decided to find out the "better livers' than here in Garrard, cancy on route 2 was caused by the trend of his mind. He adopted a novel but this year the number of old fashionresignation of Mr. Con Asher, while method by which to test him. He ed "dinnings" with black cake, turkey route 3 has been but recently establish- slipped into the boy's room one morn- and all the customary adjuncts will be ed with Mr. Rogers as temporary car ing and placed on his table a bottle of much more numerous than in many rier. Route 3 comes up Broaddus whiskey, a Bible and a silver dollar. previous years. Branch to the Kirksville pike, thence "Now", said he, "when dot boy comes to Hackley and back into Paint Lich in if he takes dot dollar he's going to HOUSEKEEPER TAKE NOTICE via the Gillispie Pike and Lowell. be a beeznis man; if he takes dot I will sell at once privately, the folBible he's going to be a preacher; if We are now prepared to do all Automobile WEEK OF SEVERE WEATHER. he takes dot whiskey he's no good, and lowing; Lawn mower one forth cost, Then he Lawn swing, half cost, goods chairs going to be a drunkard." Last week was about as severe one hid behind a door to see which his and table, one third their value, new repair work- - on the shortest notice as has been experienced in many years son would choose. In came the boy folding bed used but little, good a3 new Following a severe whistling. in thb locality. M. D. Hughes. by an expert mechanician. and He ran up to the table at half cost storm on last Monday, the mercury picked up the Bible and put it under dropped to below zero and during the Give us a call. his arm. then snatched up the bottle. BARGAIN IN REAL ESTATE. remainder of the week until Saturday, took two or three drinks, picked up county was ice bound. Qn Having bought the R. S Brown the entire the dollar and put it in his pocket, and Saturday it moderated suddenly, ram went out smacking his lips. place, I will sell it as a whole for The fell thruout the day. and as a result Dutchman poked his head out from be- $8250. or will sell two large lots ad the ice in the Btreams let loose, the hind the door and exclaimed: "Mein joining the house at $600 each, and 4 streams were swollen and in many in Got, he is going to be a politician." acres at the junction of Danville street Stanford Street. stances past fording, pikes were as and Water street at $1200. slick as glass, and only those whom The Baptist Ladies Aid Society will All '.the splendid improvements' and necessity compelled to do so were serve Court Day dinner at the Court about 8 acres land at $6500. I 1 abroad. House Monday Dec. 28th. J. I. Hamilton, It We are still doing business at the Old Stand where BARGAINS in for Circle Girls. January. Don't be two rash when you get a We will serve a dinner Court Day in the Central Record building, suitable Lancaster Graded School were very offices. Apply at this office. tf. interesting. A splendid musical pro gram had been arranged by Miss Webb ROOMS FOR RENT. We have two nice rooms for rent in SCHOOL ENTERTAINMENT. The Christmas entertainments of the feit you can always find girl under the mistletoe, or else she will have you under her thumb by next Christmas. Times may be hard, but to view the dinner table of almost any citizen of Garrard county these days, you would not believe it. Mrs. J. W. Hughes, wife of Rev. J. W. Wilmore Hughes founder of collpge died Sunday and will be buried Tuesday at Wilmore. BEAUTIFUL WIDOWS. q U L 0 U sS I For Mother, Father, Son or Daughter. toves A AT The largest and most com- plete line WE have EVER shown . R. 1 SILVER .. 15 (V CHINA . . . ALUMINUM 1 BRASS , . . I 5 8W a and EVERYTHING in the Cut Glass, Vaces, Lamps, Bicycles, Guns, Skates, Electric Light Fixtures. TOYS E3 ft OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. JB &H i The place for Christmas Goods. iL jjlMlfgllifllflifgfgflTg.rfgMigMrg. ilH M &? C3 jgSV HS11 OfLUKiS iSP fiilSi LIVE and LET LIVE FOLKS 5 r - T -- CONN BROTHERS. Lancaster, Ky. OTs 1915. f to-da- JlIevi Chviszrt TO EVERY ONE. Pyffifef'ggccQajtQ SEE OUR book-keep- er May you be Happy and Prosperous during 5, 10, IS, and 20c f Glass UU s.ve. 4 1 Davidson rrocsnes. d Dotj. Treats. PHONE 181. nJ ttttttftife& t&j&mwwttH&mmttuu Casselrolls $1. and Up, Grand Christmas Water Sets, Silver Plated Ware Tvogvararae ?3 J. R. Mount, Son & Co. c lara FOUR EXCELLENT PICTURES FOUR 20th EPISODE OF THE Free Air Free Storage And Plenty of Light. o DOLLAR ALSO MILLION The picture that has proven to be a favorite of the public. Each Episode presents thrills and scenes of love and adventure. Friday night's episode reveals a wonderful story of mystery and romance. See it. YSTERY EDISON COMEDY. "All For A Tooth." Lancaster Motor Car Company "His Kid Sister." Vitagraph Comedy. r -- Admission; 5 and 1 0 Cents. a&dugz&a.i-- - - 4 Page 2 The Central Record, Wednesday Dec 23, 1914. . - ti 23 Sk l -fc- as last year. We will get you the top price for your grade of With the same experienced tobacco. Come in and see us when in Richmond. JLUllM management PPlVI Pea p-sa. -- ,r Urt Kjt 'nn&aan 84 I Ml IB inbbu 1 PUNT J.H' The Misses Illce entertaintd informal- & B M X 9 04 t,? jEai5 h 6f "Sss r g4.& r ffg i SfiSw iiulVIE Szwrawn' of this p..rer will bo The pleased to learn that there Is at least one dreaded dlsiase that science has been able to cure in all its stages, and that Is Catarrh. Hairs Catarrh Cure Is the curt- now Known to the medical Catarrh being a constitutional distase. reiuirs a constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting dir etly upon the blood cr.d mucous surfact s of the system, there-- l v deEtrovinp the found ition of the and Kiwns the patient strength by I Mint: up the constitution and assisting na'ure In doing its work The proprietors f Lave so much faith In its curative povr-rs that they offer One Hundred Dollar fn anv case that it fails to cure. Send list of t tvddr.,sa testimonials. & CO. Toledo. O. j So d Take Hair Fazaiiy "pill's fcr constipation, dls-is-- 1. w Par c&' &ft ? &9 I2 w3 si S9 inmiBLHuuui. ra 6 W ae m r L &' t' n 3 w 9 in- - uflSB r I ss fe'l F si f 5 RICHMOND, &K2MSS5 TO HAVE BEAUTIFCL --NO DANDRDFF Use Parisian Sage. It Makes Your Hair is KENTUCKY. I $100 nadirs Reward, $100 CATARRH TROUBLE ! HAIR Mr.' Please hand us that $ PARMER'S COLUMN KENTUCKY WOMAN. SUrOTrafi ISTORED ENDED BY HYOHEL Most ..71 An Inexpensive Easily Used and t The Lancaster Dry Cleaning Go. e (Kvj'tJsoflocowMoi'wceo Miss Alma Lear is expected home no long Mrs. Belle Hawkins Uses JIayr Reedy- - . merit with the 'irst dos this week from Jackson Ky. treatment. vsclu-ivdmei- lidcw till;, li'ai.msti for the ?fo " "tJairar Felt Rnlfnr In Mo I U for IUvj of r farintr nl'cnK.r. Mr. Jeff Khodt;s, who has been quite 3 I Mavr's Wonderful Stmarh Remedy mc Head. if.o sale of locv. gram anU fiich things ou Surely tiv Hvomei, nature's harmless ill of pneumonia is improving. t!' digestive tract of aHWoM ae afTonl to Rlv.r-tHtho Inrmer cnntioc fernt Mrs. Belle Hawkins, Eminence, K,.. (Ie remedy for catarrh, colds, asthma, Mr, Guv Rica is able to be out again No notice will oe accepted oner four was a victim of stomach disorders. She cations ami removes poisoaoss tmtSME. bromchitis or croup of chi'dren a When our hair is Iosinfj color, too after an illness of several weeks. Hues, ami will hoonly in '.vo issnes of thu "S3 wft relief to sotTeren ' treatment took a groat deal of treatment and j It that is pleasant to use. and f jryt brittle, thin, or the scalp itches, f ailments of the stomach. Ihrer ami Eldridge is at home ECORD. free of charso Miss Eiizeheth medical attention. so certain of results that K. E. Mc- - jou should immediately begin the use from State College for the holidays. At last sho tried Mavr's Wonderful bowels. Many declare it has Km! Kobert3 sells it on the FOR SALE:-- I have 1G bull calves I 0t Parisian Sage. The ir- -t application Stomach Remedy and got real results. them from t'.tngerou3 operaUoes , all dandruff, Mrs. Woods Walker is at home after will sell worth the money. plan. remove-invigorates the In a letter telling of her experience many are sere it has saretl their Bva Hyomei is not a cuie-a- ll but a spe- - SC!lin amj beautifies vour hair until it a months visit with relatives in Illinois. C. II. Collins. 0 E E5 ! cific she said: distressing catarrh and similar ;q "ior;0.j,.,. r.iJinnt. for McCieary, Ky We want all peop'e who have ckraae Mr. Carlos Hedrick his had as his ailments. You liieathe Hjomei so that j Parisian Sage 3U)plies all hair needs gue.-ts-, "I have taken all of the medicine I stomach trouble or constipation, ao Misses Verna Xoe and Howard J. Frank Thompson, who lives about ordered of jou and will say it has done matter of how long standing, to try om its antiseptic medication at once reaches ant contains the exact elements needed of the Richmond Normal. four miles from Lancaster on the Crab the irritated and diseased tissues, heal- - t0 ma'Ke your ,air soft, wavy, glossy, more good than all th doctors and dose of .Mayr's Wonderful Steme& Mrs. Arthur Rottner and little son, Orchard pike, has 2G stock ewes for medicine I ever tried. I don't really Remedy-on- e ing and soothing the sore spots. dose will convince yett. and to make it grow long, thick and Get a Hyomei outfit, which contains j)eautjfu. It is delicately perfumed-inha- ler of Richmond, are the guests of her sale, that will lamb in February. c think I need any medicine now, as I This is the medicine so many af and bottle of liquid, at once. not ex;,ensive. and can be had from R. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Burchell. 1 never felt better people have bt?en taking with surprisMr. F. L. Thompson, of Preachers-vili- e, think I am well, Put twenty drops of Hyomei into the E- - ncR0berts, or any drug counter, system Mr. Conn Asher. of Livingston, spent has 12 nice meat hogs that he in my lift. If I ever should need any ing results. The most through inhaler and bieath it a few times dur- - j parjsian Sage acts instantly-o- ne ap- - several days here the past week. cleanser ever sold. Mayr's Wonderful medicine I know where to get it." His will sell woith the money. ing the day. Ihere is no treatment so nidation stnna thn head from itching many friends were delighted to have That is a typical letter, taken as one Stomach Remedy is now sokl here by satisfying for it instantly opens the and freshens up the hair. You will be him with them again. Jersey Milk cow Mayr's Wonderful Stomach Remedy in R. E. McRoberts and druggists For Sale;-Fres- h stopped-u- p air passages you breathe delighted with this helpful toilet neceswith calf. W. F. Clark, Lancaster Ky all parts of the country. It proves its Miss Sallie Burnam Woods returned freely, the unclean discharges from the sity, for nothing else is so good for Thursday after a delightful isit of J. M. Cress of Preachersville. has nose stop, and dull hjadaches vanis- h- your hair, cr so quickly gives it that several months to her aunt, Mrs Joe two good shorthorn bulls, one Poll An;L-ji. 1 even the worst cases respo nd quickly. enviable charm and fascination. Frisbie, in Gallipolis, Ohio. gus bull and 30 good ewes for sale. rRSRSRSRSkSR3RSRSRSRSKSRS?vSRSRSR?3 returned Miss Stella McWhorter I have some nice 300 pound meat hogs Saturday from P.iintsville to spend the for sale, also some shoats weighing F. ? PKiaUHISKSViLJifc. VW 1:4 I .' .1 .V . ".:. V SAYS. A. LUKE TZ.1, J. iit V Z tUi3.T ? holiday season with her parents, Mr. F. J. Conn, about 100 pounds. Mrs. E. C. McWhorter. Lancaster, Ky. R. 1. Miss Ellen Blankenship visited Mrs. and There is a whole lot of competition The little folks at the Manse school We have moved our Dry Cleaning in tome families as to who shall be the Cyrus Johnson. M bred Hampshire FOR SALE:-Pur- e entertained most delightfully on black sheeu. -' Mr. R. P. White sold his crop of weie 'K ej St "... ii s & Shop to my home on East Water by a Christmas tree Boars and Gilts. S cts. per pound, if Friday afternoon 2. v.iiisec3' iSS c&b ,trt man who tobacco at Danville at 9 cts. Where is the S. H. Aklridge. given there by their teachers, Misses taken at once. RTl.i square of Lexing- wo.-- knit galluses and blue yarn tocks Street, one-ha- lf Hyattsville, Ky. Pettus and Holtzclaw sold a crop of McWhorter and Cotton. Via with white toes. J tobacco at Dan ille at 10 cts, 'Jbi ton street, and can do your Dry s? pound steers. "Quite a number of people in our FOR SALE any luck be- 8 Some men never have Mr. Jones L. Anderson has been con- - village have had severe cases of Good quality. J'T. Pope, Cleaning cheaper as our expenses cause they spend all their time arguing :k fined to his room with a cold. Marksbury, Ky. tonsilites, Mrs. George Conn and little rcmier Cz.r:cr of ihsaScuth that luck is against them. are less. daughter Margaret, Mr. Joe Bourne There will be an Xmas tree at the my place a red and j STRAYED new! fl ! 1" mm t1! iitr nntl MI..-.iwill good a better j Masonic Hall on Christmas Eve at 1:30 fe3 We appreciate your business in Amv.ihustler 1 make wlth horns weiRnt LOUIS SPECIAL" have been among the sufferers but all w;h,te !I,otted liusnanu tnan a gooa uancer, out you , in the af terK00n about 7'JO pounds. J. D. Pope. J are much improved at present. the past and can give you better cou'dn't get most girls to think so. High-cbs- s, ; '? steel aquipped train; throughDrawIr.g-roc:- n Anderson, Cummins and Pettus ship She ned a load of hoirs to Cincinnati for Woman is a strarge creature. ?hFa Pullman Sleepincc Cars to Ashsville and JacksonviTit.. service in the future as our plant Small Farm Or Lets For Sale. Faithful. it huswould rather have a hfteen-cen- t they received 0.10 per hundred. which An Irdiana aatoniobillst was taken is built for the business. band than remain single and have DINING CAR SERVICE STSEL COACKES-NE- W One of our bachelor friends expressed suddenly ill v Ith acute indigestion, j I have sixteen acres of land, front- the opinion that every man should be and his car was left , by the curb over 'ing on pike, within six miles of Scounty Ail Ehctric Lifiliied do,-;which usually j seals, close to school and churches, compelled to keep "back" for three night. Kis bird 3 in- - i Sick Headache. years before he would be an elligible accompanied him on his journeys, car which I will sell as a whole or in lots sisted on keeping guard over the Other Famous Southern Rpsorti: of two acre3 or more matrimony. f: Sick headache is nearly always caus- candidate for until the next day when it was taken Alg0 a fronting on pike, has . Corto a garase. The uog seemed to ed by disorders of the stomach. Chzrlesfcn Savann ah Aiken p0SSe3- VI h f v ,a3t5n h water know that a greater responsibility de- - ; rect them and the periodic attacks of Chanberlaia's Summers ;iir :ni Columbia Augusta sel1 on easy terms' Remedy The Cough upon him through his master's SIon at onci;- - WlU volve.1 Mrs. sick headache will disappear. G. B. Swinebroad, LOUIS FAULKNER, Mgr. Illness John Bijhop of Roseville, Ohio, writes: Very Low Homeseekers' Fares Winter Tourist )wJ Mothers' Favorite. i Lancaster, Ky. s? S Phone 230. p Excursion Fares "About a year ago I was troubled Stonover and other special features. ?5j "I give Chamberlain's Cough Remedy with indigestion and had sick headache ' BOOKKEEPING Sick Two Years With Ir.o:gesticn. arwl through sleeping jWS ?5$3 For information re? to schedules. that lasted for two or three da'3 at a to my children when they have colds or . Business. PhSiioRrsphy . car service communicate wiui jruar utai jgm, m vears airoi was .. vv. creauvDeneni- - niwo v and doctored and tried a number couchs." writes Mrs. Verna Shaffer, time. I a l Yi'iiWXi l n t nlw.ivs hplns th(m ed through Using two or three bottles t25 ..I K.' ent Passenger of remedies but nothing helped me un- Vorwlftifrrift Pn S li. II. TODO. t til duting one of those sick spills a and is far superior to any other coui;h of Chamberlain's Tablets," writes Mrs Starks Baildlu;;, Louisville. Ky. "Before . I'Ttfrii-nadvised me to take Chamberlain's medicine I have used. I advise any- S. A. Keller, Elida, Ohio. IliDt LG.3 eard't entncv la aierciniic .ol Tablets. This medicine relieved me in one in need of such a medicine to give taking them I was sick tor two years' li bsrkmi Io.ik VJvii'isriiK.j.'krxjj.r.ei.iasioii.iijl For sale by all dealers, lm with indigestion." Sold by all dealers. a short time." For sale by all dealers. it a trial." G.C. Wilsonf State University. nome ior tne noiiuiiys. STOMACH ILLS, QUICKLY u Effective Remedy. Soft and Fluffy, Surely Stops Itch- - -- n-- ' t (m i i 1 J j , j I To Customers and Friends of -n- HIDE a'i 4A ,A ' -- f. UVJ e 52 i- 1pa & -- Two-1000 T 1. ! ser' i I Lancaster Dry Cleaning Co , j rn m !.- T ,V.,o w e3 ii-J.V.Hi- vi. wj d wr RSRRSRSRSRgRgfRSg ISs&4;KES2K33CSSS25ra3ISHH3;31Si1 7ZZZZZZ3ESZZSZZiCZi?i 8 V its. wgffgfe w v Registered Hereford SEASON 1914. Two miles from Lancaster Bui! i v' erWf J5?SK 'niSBS TO iir?s&. &!K w j Service $2.00 Cash. on the c-y: Richmond pike. R. E. HENRY. j5"t-'- : ',',PHHH 2 eco in Ai are house No Commission Charged, 'TpTiiI il Are You a Women ? STANFORD STREET. Me c&rdui The Woman's Ton! ?0R SALE AT ALL DRUGGISTS C. A. Speith Co., Managers Unload The Same Day. ?? We Pay Highest Market Prices. F4 IHHHBHaiiaMHB .a &$,..-,- "wt - The Central Record, Wednesday Dec 23, 1914 REDUCTION IN LIVING COSTS R. L. Stivers, Pres. Page 3 BY Chas Conner. Vice-Pre- s. L. M. Land. Treas. J. W. Rodes, Mgr. A Change HADE POSSIBLE THE Of Heart By WILLIAM CHANDLER PERFECT PRODUCT. The sudden and highly alarming in crease in cost of food necessities, such as sugar and flour, demand increased domestic economy. For incomes have soar not advanced with thi3 war-tim- e ing of food prices. Waste of food as well as cost of food must be considered and minimized in these days of exorbitant prices. Fortunately, the greatest food waste with which the housewife has to con tend bake-da- y failures and the waste of costly baking materials is rendered preventable by the perfect leavening power of Calumet Baking Powder. Calumet is an absolutely sure baking powder of absolute purity. It never fails to produce fuilv raised bakings that are tender and temptingly deliFor its wouderful leavening cious. strength never varies. It's always uni. form and always unexcelled. Calumet coats a mere trifle more than cheap Big Can brands, but it is decidedly more economical to use. For big bulk powders of inferior quality are Connever dependable nevercertain. sequently failure as frequently as success follows their use. So remember when tempted to save by securing greater baking powder bulk that you sacrifice quality and invite bake-da- y failures that usually cost many times the price of the Baking Powder. Many Trust Brand Baking Powders sell at a higher price than Calumet. But none possess the high quality of this excellent leavener as is conclusively proven by the fact that Calumet received highest awards World's Pure Food Exposition, Chicago; Patis Exposition, France, March 1012, To pay more than is asked for Calumet simply means a useless waste of money. To pay less, and obtain an inferior powder, means the useless waste of Baking Materials. Order a can of Calumet. Save a sub stantial sum on the price asked for Trust Brands when you buy it. Save the flour, sutrar. butter and eggs so often wasted by Big Can Powders when you use it. You are safe in ordering Calumet, in trying it, in testing the truth of these claims, for if you are not thoroughly satisfied the purchase price will be refunded by your local dealer. In buying a can of Calumet send the slip found in the can to the Calumet Baking Powder Co.. Advertising Department, Chicago III, and you will receive one of their handsome Cook Books, illustrations in colors, and a book that will be a guide to economy in the kitchen. one-pou- GASTORIA i&2 wAiiiMliliu ASM Independant Tobacco Warehouse Company. Lexington, Kentucky. For Infants and Children. For The Sale Of Loose Leaf Tobacco. FREE OF ANY TRUST. Intersection South Lime and Upper Streets. Fhone 1910. Capaciiy 750,000 lbs. R. L. Stivers. Chas Conner, L. M. Land, 300 Loaded Wagons. J. W. Rodes, W. F. Land, DIRECTORS. Luther Stivers. rd This house still leads in Kentucky, selling over one-thi6,750, pounds of the Tobacco sold in Lexington of December 9th at an average of 77cts per hundred over the rest of the house. 1 1 Mr Lindsey Ray's crop sold in this house last Thursday, at an average of $16.75. At this house Mr Oscar Ray sold his crop at an average of $14.60. Don't you think you had better come to the Independent with the rest of the crowd, where you will find a crowd and men who know how to sell Tobacco. Mr Pat Sutton and Luther Rainey of your county are our representatives, so call them up and find out about the market. Independent Tobacco Warehouse Co. Lexington, Kentucky. flfrMrJiTrI flfj. flrr5MfrgMirkflTgfMrrSrfrHIBrfljg Sell your Tobacco at Mercer Loose Leaf TOBACCO WAREHOUSE. Har rods burg, Ky. Near The Freight Depot. Up-To-Da- Railroad Switch. No Drayage forJBuyers te Equippment Open Day and Night. J DAILY Steel Construction, Automatic SALE Scales, Hydraulic Screws, Courteous and Prompt Attention to our customers at all times. We recognize that your prosperity means our success. Jim Edwards tvas young and frisky and full of Old Nick. He was riding on a suburban train one day on bis way to the city when an old gentleman of eminently respectable appearance came Into the car and took a scat beside him. Jim was reading in a morning journal an account of a prizefight. The gentleman took from his pocket a copy of the Missionary Intelligencer, opened it and began to peruse it "Have you seen an account of the bout between Andy Sbeehan and the Philadelphia Kid, sir?" asked Jim In a deferential tone. "No. I don't read accounts of such Inhuman transactions." "I suppose you wouldn't care to see a. fight of that kind. But don't you think if we kill off all blood spilling affairs It's bad for the military spirit? We must have wars, you know, even if to protect ourselves from a foreign enemy, and if we young fellows should get too soft we'd all have to knuckle under In case of an invasion. For my part I think the way the Kid stood up against Sheehan was admirable. He broke the big man's jaw and let a pint of blood from his nose." At this the gentleman turned his back squarely on the young man and burled himself in his journal. Jim, who had been amusing hlm-ewith the old man, smiled inwardly, much pleased at the shock ho had given him. When they reached the city Jim waited till the passageway to the door was cleared of the outgoing passengers, then arose to go himself. On the seat beside him he espied a pocketbook. It must have belonged to the gentleman who had sat beside him, and Jim hurried after him, but failed to catch him. An examination of the contents of the pocketbook revealed the name of Howard Splngler and his address, besides some 20 In bills. In a pocket by itself was a small photograph of a girl evidently In her teens. Jim fell in lovo with it on sight Instead of sending the find to the address Jim waited till evening, when he thought ho might possibly get sight of the original of the photograph, then went to the house, rang the bell and told the butler who answered it that he would like to see Mr. Splngler. He was ushered into the library, where sat the owner of the pocketbook and near by, doing some fancy work, the girl of the photograph. When the old gentleman saw the advocate of prizefighting ho frowned. Jim handed him the book and said: "After you left the train this morning, sir, I found this where you had been sitting. It contained your name and address, so I am enabled to return It to you." Mr. Splngler, without unbending, took the pocketbook. He was too much of a gentleman to examine the contents to see that all bad been returned, but ho was not cordial. He simply thanked Jim and waited for him to withdraw. "Don't you think, father," said the girl, surprised at her father's want of warmth In acknowledging his obllga tion, "that inasmuch as the gentleman has taken the trouble to return your pocketbook In person we should ask him to rest before going?" The father's mind was on Jim's prizefighting proclivities, and he was not to be moved to any courtesy to one of that kind. "Young man," he said, "I have thanked you for returning my pocketbook I do not offer you a reward, for you do not look like one who would nccept It Indeed, I was surprised to meet with one having the appearance of a gentleman advocating the barbarity of prizefighting." Jim colored under the reproof to the roots of his hair. He h.id had his fun with the old gentleman, and he was now paying the price The young lady took pity on him. "Why, papa." she sald. "so many persons take an interest In such mat ters that you can't blame one joung man for doing so After all. 1 don't think as many persons are killed In the prize ring as at football, and jou know you shouted and waved at broth er when he knocked down five men and broke the leg of one carrying the ball to goal." Mr. Splngler looked embarrassed. Jim. bestowing a silent blessing on the young lady, with regained courage pushed on to undo the damage he had done by his facetiousness on the train. "Ralph Spinglerl" he exclaimed. football "The great Pennsylvania player?" "My bon," said the old man proudly. "I've seen him play some of his best games. During his supremacy on tin gridiron there was no man who could down him. I congratulate you, sir. on having such a son." "You've seen him play!" exclaimed the old man. his eyes lighting at the mention of his son's prowess "Indeed I have. I witnessed the game In which he fell accidentally, of course on Simpson and crushed him. That was a glorious game. Your noble boy carried the ball to goal amid the huzzas of every person preslf r AT.rnfmr n dpi. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of Mb AVegetabkfteparafmnBrij. SUnil.llmrtlhprnrvfin.in,!..!.. t fag fte S tomato andflcnreJs of Promofes Dfccstfonflwifii- - ncss andRestContalnsneiiter OpiimiIorphine norMaaal Not Narcotic. MxkBtSt-ajtlhtSad HtciftatOUIIrKiM HttlWBt w In iMSft llTaltni'anlirtti - i3 AnerfectRemedv JbrCbiisfte Hon , Sour Stomach.Dlarrtm Worms.Coro'uIsioTisJevCTisIr i i 1 T All Use For Over nessandLossorSLEEP. facsimile SignamrecT rar- 'The Centaur Compass; NEW YORK. Thirty Years :c- - HKTl?5AiTEmTiKliiljHt I . Guaranteed under the Foodarj Exact Copy of Wrapper. CAS THC CENTAUR COKMNT, NtW VOK CITY. WmnttSiHrl'M o-- o oooo $3.00 One Year R-JOUR- $1.75 Six Months NAL sassa ' DAILY BY MAIL (Not Sunday) ge PROMINENT HAKES CONTRACTOR DURING AND JANUARY ONLY. SENSATIONAL STATEMENT. Could Not Comb Hair With Right For Weeks, Rheumatism so Bad-An- FEBRUARY Hand des Regular Annual Bargain Period Limited to These Two Months. Accomplishes Wonders In Short Time. T. Sloan Eastland, Representative. . "He won the game!" cried Mr. Splngler. Polly, bring a decanter and some glasses. Our friend must drink to your brother's health." That is the way Jim Edwards made his wife's acquaintance. It looked squally at first but it came out all ent" right The following statement was made by N. G. Appleton, ot 514 Magazine street, Louisville, Ky.. regarding the Andes' preparation, which created such a sensation through the larger cities of the South, and which is now being widely distributed in this city and all over Kentucky. Mr. Appleton recited the following facts about his recent experiences with this remarkable medicine: "I have been a great suf ferer from rheumatism for six months or more, my right arm and shoulder pained me so much that I was forced to carry it in a swing. My arm seemed as tho it would drop of at the shoulder the pain was so great at times. I was so helpless that I was unable to comb my hair with my right hand, the rheu matism became so severe, I was forced to quit work entirely for two weeks. I could not sleep and I was in a pretty bad shape. I used a number of kinds I can of medicines without results. certainly bless the day I began the use of Andes' Prescription and oil, as it has acted more like magic than medicine in my case. I have used a bottle of each so far and am able to return to my work. I can recommend Andes' to any sufferer from Medicines I wish to state also rheumatisn. that my wife was suffering from nervous debility, she was actually so mnmtrn and nervous that whenever any excitement or unusual noise on the outside of the house, she almost collaps ed, she imagined all kinds of things wai wrone with her, one day it wouia De her stomach, the next day heart and nfton shf thoueht she was going into lung trouble, she too has used Andes' Prescription and the change in her case has been as wonderful as in mine, she sleeps well and gets up the next morning feeling refreshed and she says life seems like living." Andes' Medicines has accomplished some as remarkable cures in Garrard county. The McRoberts Drug Store has the elusive agency for Lancaster. JUST ONE-HAL- F REGULAR PRICE Subscription orders at this rate will be accepted only when sent through regular Courier-JournAgent in this district, al R. E. McROBERTS, Lancaster, Courier-Journ- al t 1 Kentucky. t T Company, Louisville, Ky. 1 ... 9 I ? - .... k .. A WELCOME VISITOR. where it is known, is a box of our sparkling ginger ale, orange soda or other of cur carbonated beverages. If you have not yet tried any or all of them you don't know what a fine treat you have been missing. Dcn't keep on y and missing it. Order a box commence enjoying yourself. L Lancaster Bot 202. tling CO. Phone Wm. Spillman, Pres. Mj WlMrairgJH Lee Basset, V. Pres 3 SUBSCRIBE FOR K Ir (Rib Diaw A Check Bit for the money you owe and note how much more respectfully your creditors re gard you. They like to do business with a man who has an account at the Garrard Bank & Trast Co. The Central Record. They know he is doing business in a business like way. Better open such an account even if your affairs are not large. Thev will grow all right. JiirmifrfflWrrmiiifaJl $1.00 Per Year. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company kL Page 4 The Central Record places there are, great rocks and their shadows, even in the dreariest land. He who builds up a shelter for the incorporated. y storm-beate- n pilgrim and Issued Weekly. $1.00 a year. over the road traced by the "great caravan," is a benefactor to his race J. . ROBINSON. Editor. and his memory should be cherished R. L. ELKIN, Business Manager. while holidays are observed. Holiday time! Who would care to Entered at the Post Office In Lancaster, Kjv know why and whence came the cusas Second Class Mail Matter. tom. Enough to know that care per Member Kentucky Press Association force must smooth his wrinkled front, . end and fun and frolic for the time rule Eighth District Publishers League. the hour It were folly not to enjoy the glimpses of sunshine that come through the cloud rifts, short lived and Lancaster, Ky., December 23, 1914. They evanescent though they be. prove that there is brightness beyond Rates For Political Announcements that no clouds are so dense but stray For Precinct and Citv Offices . . .S 5.00 beams may penetrate them. 10.0.) Kosy faces, wreathed and joyous, County Offices.: 15.00 welcome the festive season. With its For State and District Offices .10 monitions, its reminders, Its regrets, For Calls, per line .10 and its hopes, comes the happy holiFor Cards, per line day. It is well that the ancient buildFor a'l publications in the interers set up mile posts on the highways est of individuals or expression of individual views, per of time, else it were a dull and tire.10 some road. They remind us of the i in 6 .05 vanguarJ, the millions tnat have gone Obituaries, per line before the great army that has gone out and on who shall say whither? Announcements. Listening, we hear the tramp of the We are authorized to announce Judge mighty multitude echoing "down the Charles A. Hardin, of Harroasburg, a corridors of time;" we think of a candidate for the Democratic nomina- thousand holidays gone and millions of tion for Circuit Judge of this, the thir- light hearts and love-li- t eyes gone, too, teenth judicial district, at the August with them. primary 1915. foot-wear- The Central Record, Wednesday Dec 23, 1914. HON. C. C. FOX Candidate for Democratic Nomination Circuit Judge, Issues Announcement to Voters. To the Voters of the Thirteenth Judifor FAMILY REUNIONS. In society this this week the events will not be many, but quite distinctive. The family celebrations and reunions and the sparkling trees, will be in evidence just as usual. There are vacant chairs in many homes, but even m these homes, with each gift some of the hearts true gold and frankincense can be given, bound with cards of No matter mutual iove and sorrow. what we have pis?ed through let us i receive each one of our gifts ns tidings of great joy beccuse they speak Iove.'-2I ,! $ THE MASTER KEY $ & By JOHN FLEMING WILSON .V ''Jitat , The Chorus Class given by Freshmen Sophomores, Junier3 and t Seniors was a very pleasing song ren1 dered to the school and visitois this al5iS . morning. COFYRIGHT, 1014. 3Y JOHN FLEMING WILSON The faculty who live away, consisting of Misses Robinson, Mason, HatchA Novelized Version of the Motion Picture Ersrm of the Sams Name Produced by the Universal er. Morris, Ezell, Webb, Brashear, Film Manufactu: ring Company. Illustrated With Photographs From the Picture Production. will leave this evening and tomorrow -- Ol We are authorized to announce C. FORMER GARRARD COUNTY for their homes, for the holidays. C. Fox, if Danville, Kentucky, as a The musical given by Miss Webb's candidate at the primary election in BOY music class, together with Little Misses August, 1915, for nomination by the Caneer, Lear and Walker, given Tues Democratic party as Judgo of this, the fciakiag Good In The West. day night at the Auditorium was a sue-- 1 i"hirttr2iii.h Judical District, of Ken-tcess in every way, and was greatly en- I vV. to b.2 voted for at the Novem-- afe vsssa iSJfn The following from the Bloomington, joyed by a large audience. ber election, 1215. 111., Daily Bulletin, i3 of much interest School dismissed Wednesday at noon T-- n Ve are fiUthoftS-- t' tj annju.:cj E:n-rr- c to the friends and relatives of Mr. for the Xm.i? holidays. Tha half year SZ r Ky . --. can- John Bradshaw, who is a son of Mr. T. of has been a good one and much work W. Bradshaw, of McCreary and a didate aor the Democratic nTtx-.s'sohas been accomplished. We are very fci Cjiraoiiveaith's Attorney of mis, nephew as Mrs. Nannie E. Kelley, of glad to think tnat there has been no this city. . thn thirteenth judiciul district, at the sickness, compared to other years, and I YOU'LL FIND IT IS THIS COLUMN. "Col. John R. Bradshaw, of Decatur, prim-i-1915. Ai,ri;it everything has passed oft the best it 'jjj is in town today. Col. Bradshaw is could and of course this makes for us an uncommon personality. He has risen - ar all a "Very Merry Xmas." authorized to . inounce above condit:ons. He has made the proipyiowr. gjjfosnen. Rodman W. Keenon. of Harrsdsburg, fession of auctioneering an Following is the honor roll for Dec. Please hand us that art. Col. Ky., a candidate for the Democratic Bradshaw is e Sth I BY MRS. R. L HAGAX, Lancaster. Ky. Acton, Ruth the dean of the real estate nomination for Commonwealth's At- auctioneer corps of Illinois, and would Carrier, Gladys Frisbie, Mary Owsley, House and lot on Lexington street. CV VftJftSJM JMI.1 it :C5 torney of this, the thirteenth judicial bo no exaggeration to say. James Siler. for sale or rent. Mrs. Susan Fisher. of America. district, at the August Primary i'i 1915. grade:-Bernic- e 7th Champ, Mary Col Bradshaw is the originator of PORK CARE. Toys at McRoberts Drug Stoee. Davis, Bowman Grant, Clay Miller, special auction methods for farm land HAKES ASSIGNMENT. Clayton Mo.tow, George Swinebroad. 1 pound of fat pork ground fire pour over it 1 pint of boiling water fed We are authorized to announce G. T. and citv property. He is the highest Rooms for rent, Mrs, LizE Hill, Wat- Ballard Jr. as a candidate for the salaried auctioneer in the country, and set while you mix test of the ingredience. Mrs. Ada Kmnaird. who has been in er Street. 1 tea cup of jam, 1 pint of cooked dried apples mashed fine. democratic nomination for sheriff of there is a reason; he gets the best price STANFORD. 1 tea cup brown sugar, 2 tea cup sorgum molasses, Garrard County to fill out the unexpir- in the shortest time. The gentleman's Wears, made an assignment to J. A. Bibles at McRoberts Drug Store. 1 tea cup of brandy, wine or whiskey, 7 tea cup flour, ed term of the late C. A. Robinson abilities amount to a gift. He is ag- Beazley, last Friday for the benefit of Mrs. Susan B. Yeager is in Louis1 tablespoon of soda in 2 tablespoons of sour milk, subject to the action of the Democratic gressive and genial, dramatic and direct her creditois. The appraisers are ville. Fcr Sale. 2 pounds of raisens, 2 pounds of figs, 2 pounds of dates, ljpoundof citron party in August primary 1915. humorous but earnest. Nat Goodwin about through invoicing her stock and Florence hot blast, air tight heater Dr. Wheeler of Lancaster has been Can put as many nut kernels as you like, 2 heaping tablespoons of has nothing on him as an actor, and w3 are informed that she will be able No. 51. Good as new. 2 heaping tablespoon of cinnamon, 2 heaping tablespoons spice, David Felmley could add nothing to the to pay her creditors in full. Poor col- the recent guest of Lee Perkins. H. V. Bastm. Several cases of suffering and disMrs. Logan McCdll and Miss Mattie Steam 6 hours like you would a black cake. of cloves. He is an lections is the main reason ascribed for reported last week and were luster of his vocabulary. tress were inspiration to all other auctioneers, but the assignment. Mrs. Kinnaird has Lee Hubble were in Louistille last Dolls at McRoberts Drug Store. as promptly and efficiently relieved by some how none can do it just as ha many friends who regi t exceedingly week. corps organized by an impromptu relief n Lancaster and Stan does. The gentleman is in demand all her ieverse3 in business and sympathize Madam Rumor has it that there will the ladies of the city. over the country, and in one month with her in her losses. be several weddings here during the ford, Dec. 13, Automobile Safety Chain. This brings forciblv to our minds the Finder please leave at Record office. alone sold farms in fifteen states. He holidays. almost imperative necessity of some J. W. Acey. draws crowds like the eloquent Bryan. Mrs. Kittie Hopper spent last week GOOD PRICES. kind of an organized board of charity Colonel Bradshaw is a regular conwith her son. Rev. W. H. Hopper of disin Lancaster. These cases were Wanted. We wish to call attention to the Eurnside. flagration in ei.ergy. His electrif j ing covered accidentally, "too honest to activities have made him immensely letter published in this issue, from the Wanted to rent a farm of about 1C0 sttal. too proud to beg", they might wealthy. He is one Mr. Fred Cook and bride of Alabama $ of the most stirring Madison Tobacco Warehouse Co.. at acres. Monev rent. Can give satis have suffered but for the timely arrival factois in Decatur life, and his adver- Richmond. We are very glad also to are the guestp of his mother Mrs. factory reference. E. B. Creech. of Amc kind hearted person, who took tisements in the paper are never less quote the following prices obtained by Lelia Cock. Lancaster, Ky. immediate steps to see that their than a page. A few men like the in- this house during this week. Million and William Grimes and Miss Marion straightened circumstances were respiriting Bradshaw would give anima- Masteis, Newby, by., 2210 average Grimes who are attending school in rer r.ect. lic red. ijrae years ago theie was organized tion to any town. The gentleman is a $13.09. :!. B. Walker Garrard Co., Lexington are at home for Xmas. My Property in Lancaster, Ky., on native of Kentucky, Lancaster the towr. 1GC0 average $13 00. Woods Burnsides in Lancaster a "United Board of Chari-ti- e and Mrs. James Menefee ot Stanford Street adjoining Christian , Mr. There - nothing without inoerfection GOj average $12.20. Luther Kimberlasn, Kr.oxville, ' , which started out most auspicwill be the guest of Mr. and church for year 1913. Possession given Dreyfus. 1330 average $1.GS. Tudor iously', but which seems to have died and even this talented innovator has Mis. J. N. Menefee for the holidays. Come and See Them. Mr3. r.. J. Mason. January 1st. some faulty ideas: he is an intense re- and Long, Newby, 1S73 average $13.50 a homing. Why could this organization Miss Josephine Carpenter of Shelb--villpublican, and takes pride in the fact and Warner and Jones Red House 1790 not be rejuvenated or a similar one i3 here for the Christmas holidays erage $11.23. Madison House report organized to relieve the distress which that the first jwi'itica! speech he ever at tor REN T FOR YEAR 1915. heard was .t the feet of Hon. W. O. the market from 2 to 3 dollars higher. with her parents Di. and Mr3. J. G. is s jrc to be with us during the winter Will :ent the Red Brick house on Bradley, who as he says, broke the Board cf Trade at Richmond have de- Cai penter. which is yet to come? Danville street, now occupied by Mr. Mrs W. A. Careen who has been Charity like business, should be con- iron chaino of democracy in the blue cided that sales will close for the holigrass state. Col. Bradshaw began as days, on Tuesday Dec. 22 and open ill for has bean quite ill is thought to Will Davi3. For price and terms, write, ducted systematically, and this can Fisher Herring, Route No. 4, onlj be done through organisation. a drudging farmer boy with only his Tuesday 23th. Tobacco will be receiv- be impioving much to the delight of Crab Orchard, Ky. tf hands as an asset. He married a good ed at anj time it is brought. We are her friends. Let the Board have an Executive Comvery glad to report a higher price for woman, all that a man could possibly mittee of ability who will pass upon Farn For Sale. Mrs. Maud Langford aged 23 and mother, end he ca: brought to their attention, desire as a wifeBradshaw that he would tobacco, and .ve beliute it will continue passed away at her libma on the yeais, Somto improve. wzs3asseat promised Mrs. I haAe well improved form of 110 a d adopt prompt measures for the re-- ti erset pike of tuberculosis last week. acres, a all necessary buildings; well some day make himself worthy of he. ?rm i with "WtTi f of all worthy cases. Let the vari-o14 if s The deceased before her marriage was r R 9 years tl TS I fit f'i watered, half mile of Post Office and churches, the City Council and the He came to Illinois twenty-fiv- e Mis3 Maud Bailey of Maywood. She -one mile from good graded school. be represented anon this ago, and wont on a farm near Decatur. leaves a husband and tivo small children. He was tiver in politics knowing nothWill sell wortii the money. .. :i n.ittee. AT LEXINGTON. ing of cards or billiards, is a Mason and The Cumberland Telephone Co, has J. C. Williams, L jblless both city and county would a Baptist. INDIAN REMEDIES Bryantsvillf' Ky. "The Quakor Gin" will be presented had another change recently in the tf. .' .tribute to the maintenance of a B ck in his Kentucky home while he at the Ben Year's matinee managers, W. T. Herndon of Carlisle, c . ' ty organization, as would tle va- cave jrj.tJa his ttvne ftuncsw all eve? the corn, Saturday after K. NOTICE. ?eies a id fraternal organisa- - was ui'cjtr'ng hillside, as his r.ther and night and an tw o matinee and who took the place Carlisle M- - Fisher Canaaa. United States p'oughed on the the idea came night. There charming love left, returned to last week, to these funds weald Coinpoaed of Roots, Hrbr Baifca to him that he would like to be a lard stories in the plot o.i.l au abundance of and u. u. carrier ot f ranktort is now of the Citizen Tho Stock-holdem Dn of botti money, Berries. For treaixatsA or j .nd be began to shape all music. The costumed are appropriate in charge. Mr. Carrier comes highly National Band pf Lancaster, Ky., will 'id other things auctioneer rvrs'.j, ladtaa Botaa-- 45 Days' Trutoa. his little lorces in that direction. hold their annual election at the bankHe and the Quaker giiU are a refreshing recommended. " -- ' t mergency, from D - at ' Jack's Cc boy Linuiwnt x & claims the secret of success is U. find feature after the furnishing in so many '' ing house in Lancaster, Ky., on TuesOakbc Iack'Crcnie Soap. Price 10c 3 br might choose to r3j&Jk?2L,hfia:x The wedding of Stir. Charles Scott day your na'srs adaptation, pot on ibehar-ness.-a- shows of raiiiment that is quite the January 12. 1915 for the purpose r .i such a worthy .U. OH SALP Tk there. He attributes the reverse of severe modesty that apper- and Miss Jessie Weed Lynn, which oc of electing directors to serve for tin i.eiy that curred Wednesday evening at the home DAIfOTA JACK G. C. & J. E. Stomes xd R. L cts- The r'rHj-tjreally! oauat oi i .o m..nj failures to the fact tains to the garments of the Friends. of Dr. M. D. Early was somewhat of a ensuing vear. t rou-ioai W.xP. Champ, Cashter. meii Bre forced to voik in And as an o:n-- r to tiis st verity there ':i cf tio.) surprise to their many friends and Pf3LEV : ! AN HEX35 -h and square men in round Is dancing ot i u ,J quality. u .iarvThere is ! relatives. Mr. Scott is a popular f armer f , s.tuo.e pegs d round holes as he a cleanness thu'rit. in the n.t,t scene out on the Lancaster pike, and the bride NOTICE. puts it. Coi. Brad.-baissatisScd that theie is an Engl.sii Cuuntrt t.age, an e ;ive ?Ui..ctive daughter of Mr. and when men are doing the work U. , Inch iaeanzed s.cen t t vjch n aiace. In the i3 th? Middlrt-jAll persons havinjr claims against . c and Lynn. they are uited by nature thty vs'l pro- second ut,. a Uxess-- 'king sj'on in Paris Mrs. the estate of G. W. Calebbj, deceased, eal to oar t Miss Ella May Senders one of the will present the same, properly verified is shown, and tat th" thifd act gives ,. nization would ceed with case, grace, satisii.ttit.n success. the Pre C&telan, outside of the French leading milliners of this city, had a according to law, io the undersigned or - Utnefit to the Col. and Mrs. JJradshaw have two capitol. Katheni ? Murray appears in verv narrow excape from serious injury his attorney, J. B-- Robinson of Lancasrtv n frhof ifdgnter. The the title rolfe of the Quaker Girl. Her at the Veranda Hotel Wednesday ter, Ky., on or before Eebruary 1, IMi Jid ttv of ! boy Henry Moore, is on a half section on the inter-- ! voice pleases and certainly must create morning. She was in the kitchen r ill of the uiban. midway between Decatur and a sympathetic impression. Her dan- standing before the stove when the Administrator of G. W. CalebU de t je to apply exploded, throwing ceased. j u wtti for aims. These might opnngne't:. ar.a joung as ne is ne is cing is charming, and her performance water box suddenly to the Chijity Organization some farmer. One hundred and sixtj five with Chas. Cleur was of a high quality hot pieces of the stove and fhe cooking erected Per Safe. acres of his corn land last year brought and evoked much approval. Dixie Gir-ar- vessels, which were on the stove, in i , should their wants be found Wur--., some going through htm 6,000 and his wheat brought him 1551 acres of land near Lancaster, who is Princes:; Mathilde, au exil- every direction, and , would promptly relieve them. S ich a movement, once started, forty five bushels to the acre, but to ed Bonapartist princess, looted her part the window. But luckily none of- the Ky., now ready to grow any erops Sanders. nine oJu find hearty cooperation on all gat this he plowed deep inches deep. He and was among the best of tha song pieces hit Mis destroyed. The stove desired. 30 acres of this law! will grow , ' is an advocate of plowing for the sters. Harry McDonough Jr. who has was completely from 1200 to 1500 lbs. of tobacco and we feel sure would prove of highest degree of production, and will a role of Jeremiah, the Quaker, does pay for the land. and more than What probably would have proven to . benefit to the community. Other why in the future plow twelve inches deep. well and appreciates the possibilities of have been a very disastrous fire to this The first year giving the tenant his -- ties have a charity Organisation, Mr. Bradshaw Jr, sports a Mercer racer his work. Madeline Daily, who is maid Jittle city was prevented on last Wed- share, timber aunicient to saw up ana 3Y MAIL FOS ONE YSAS AT it Lancaster? car of which he is a bit proud. Miss to the Princess Mathilde, i3 conspicuous nesday night by the acute alfactory build all the barns desired, if interested Bradshaw is in college at Lexington, in dancing which is rather well execu- powers of County" Attorney W. S. write. Mrs. Pattie G. Haydon, We Ky. Tiie Bradshaws have a very ted. Some of the numbers that deserve Burch, who has a room in the St. Asaph Nicholasville.' Ky., R. F. D. 4. We live too fiigt in America. have not enough holidays not enough beautiful home in Decatur. special mention are the duet, "The Bad Hotel, Mr. Burch was awakened about resting places not enough intermisBoy and the Good Girl", which is some midnight by the odor of smoke in his worla. sion in our work-da- y It were He immediatially sent the vliat of a hit as executed by Miss Mur room. MASTER KEY. SATURDAY MTINEE'S better if oftener to have laid aside its ray and Clear. The entrance of the alarm to the night Clerk. When the . Don't forget the "Master Key" that Quakers and the chorus rendered by clerk opened the office door to enter tools traffic and trade stopped, now Beginning next Saturday afternoon e will start at the Rex theater Tuesday them were notable, and the singing of the hallway, he found it full of smoke. and continuing throughout the season, and then, to consider its aim and must be an oasis in ' every night, December 29th. Seiberts band the British marching song, "It's a He rushed to the the cellar where he The Rex Theatre will have a- - matinee By every Saturday for the benefit of the desert. The black Sierra has its sun- has been engaged for this opening Long Way to Tipperray", by Miss Gir-ar- d located the fire near the furnace. 1 lit valleys. There are smiling nooks series and this alone will be worth twice and the chorus was an entertaining hard work he managed to put out the country people who cannot see the tf evening programs. Halting the price and admission. feature. even among the Cordilleras. flames without giving the alarm. A and B, ut Pu-yea- Da-ivill- v cial District: Some weeks ago I made my formal announcement as a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Judge of this, the Thirteenth Judicial District, at the primary to be held in August next, and I now djsire to make to the Democratic olers ot this district the following statements: I have been a Democrat all my life. and always loyal and true to my party and its nominees, and my record in this matter is without any blemish. Witn the exception of hve years spent m farming, I have devoted all my life, since graduating from Centre College, to the study and practice of the law, and I believe that I am quali fied to fully and with efficiency, discharge all of the duties of the judgeship, and if elected I shall ever keep in mind that I have taken an oath to administer justice without respect to persons' and do equal rights to the poor and to the rich, and faithfully and impartially discharge all my duties, and I shall never lose sight of the duty that I shall owe to the Commonwealth of Kentucky and to the litigants of my court for the prompt and efficient dispatch of all matters before the court and the trials of all cases, and I have determined, if elected, never to again run for this office, and I will, therefore, not be subjected to any temptation to ever consider my own interests in any matter, and shcil always be blind to everything except my duty. Boyle county has not had the circuit judgeship for forty years; not since 1S74, when my father, Judge F. T. Fox's second term expired, and in the meantime Mercer county has had the judgeship twice. Garrard cosr.lv twice, and Lincoln county three times, and I cannot help but believe that the Democratic voters of this district will now recognize the duty they owe to Boj le county in tins matter, and will give me this honor, for which have had an abiding ambition for many years. CHAS. C. FOX. tjg!& ssi 'g&fk. Vty: v ; ti'i. - E s& ! .t jMfi a. TSjftJW j ,T. . i?n.&i w zr3etiB&mKm sctiuuL mm. t. ?& (By Wm. F. Miller., Last Friday ended another successful year's work. Mr. Caneer will spend part of the holidays at his home in Tennessee. Misses Bernie Lear, Elizabeth Ford, Messrs Ectoi Lavson of Lexington College and Wm B. Mason Jr, of C. U. Danville were recent visitors at our school. fk k tTt? T u SjL. s j5 fife.. i J5o y35?R5mV v: l fMililS2SM $ ii fQ W 5-- 1 "I JL TT h TUESDAY NIGHT DEC. 29th. -- eater UUUMII r favorite Recipes Qt g grade;-Florcnc- p LOST:-Betwee- OUR LINE W mmm iH i and is lar ge very complete ;- e iiOKO"USXt'S m1X e1 w Store c.rj u- iii iiiuuurmaii tmi N-,.- zr vri fl1rA T1r't iasiuia jafi a "( ' rs . 1 ' j. m . .': th-u- 12-ll-- 4t 1 a-w i u . itiner-kw&tutn- eJ , F Daily Louisville Herat ' -- FECIAL C . d, -- - i.. par-acre- The Central Record Special Price Of $3.00. Tl Kentucky's Greatest Newspaper delivered at your home each day including your home paper, at the price of $3.00. s end.-Ther- This offer positively expires on February 28th, 915. The Central Record, Wednesday Dec 23 1914. em . Page 5 jhk 11 This Is The Store Por W you want to have your gifts genuinely gaaasasaaaEDBEfafiagHasaaa Coats, Dresses, Skirts, Waists. Infants tr, J) appreciated, not only on Christmas Day, I Coats, Sweaters, Dress and Waist Pat- get them m but for many days to follow terns, Gloves, Hosiery, Handkerchiefs, Table from our elegant assortment of prac- - m s wrr ("scsjyiritsyA v here & tical, USEFUL THINGS. I Iinens, Napkins, Doilies, Dresser Scarfs, eiV. ... JchH rx V zy Jbunch Cloths, Rugs, Etc. MANY GIFTS APPRO IPiATELY BOXED. Mr Sft f V If ? V v Hi It I I I I I II . j , . . , - JJ'Avi jiJhH bllxj ,vi was;, THE LADIES' STORE YHO APPRECIATES YOUR CHRISTMAS PATRONAGE. CSTsa n IffiP.AT 3, tSZ.S& is;-.. IfilfW Kfs&ztiai e 7JSJ Mill y a ? &&? n.rrrrr?mwe?-7r!'-.-tv-.-i. Trfrjw j 1 V2 will sell as following, begianing Nov 2 1 . n $20.00 Vksae a i f. L r n Also Mens' Clothing, strictly at COST and will continue until stock of Clothing is sold. E I $lZ50li!iiii.$ $15.00 Xm 3 vk HM r A Cp ii i si 2.50 '. $ 8.50 5.50 Dp 5W 031XJ5 a psafsan V a KTV Successor to R. S. Brown. L-J- c ii sen ltd, 1 How's The Time Far Filling I'ilkl'... W Op llCi IF. if your coal bin is ? - liJC!l ffiS.?i"''' ViWi' It's felly to vait until you have rjf. to scrape up che last scuttle from the bottom of the bin. Order now, get the benefit of lowest market pricss and rim no risk of delay on account of earlier orders. fall. '0 . . 'V iiA..VJJ.JO.7 5S I f f W "jv. ? fJ Lancaster Iwm i Wig So. MiS3 Sue Chenault has returned to brkle's book ami Mrs. Hughs was Mr. J. B Collier and daughter Miss Carl Acton is at home from State Elizabeth Collier of Middlesboro will be College for the holidays. her homo in Richmond after a visit of handsome figure in black satin o I with Mrs. U. D. Simpson for the holi; Miss Charley E'rnore. lace greeting the piest3. Miss Emma Walker is at home from several days with The 'rWe wta tmu.-uUi-y lovely in ht days. Georgetown CoIIege.ror the holidays. Mis3 Bessie Gullev is entertaining tailored coatame of Vteta eki Mrs. J. S. Bowman of Lewis county Jlrs. B, C. Rose has leturned from a Mis,; Myrtle Hendren of Kirksville. On came Tuesday to be with her parents visit to her cousin Mrs C. F. Denman i Christmas Uay Kiss liuiley will give a with becoming Freuth hat. herbcm,. of white ruses maktax a pretty ci-- ' i! I course Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Anderson for the A Eritf WentSn of liir Ccr-ing-: ard dinner in honor of her attractive trast wiUt for cjb.ma. of Nicholasville. Daring :li C- g holidays. i Tho:c z Arc fflUrttttd !n. guest. informs! rectptiun Mrs. Henry ion-h- er Miss Ella Thompson of Danville will Aliss Angie Kinnaird will arrive this traveling costume of Vt.- - de nc,' Danville friends and relatives have be with her cousin Miss Hnllie Brown week to enjoy the Christinas holiday 3 during tho holidays. brown cloth and b nd Mr. !. recjived announcement of the marMr. Clarence Hicks of Richmond 13 with her parents Dr. and Mrs. J. B. riage of Mr Daniel Nevius and Miss left for a trip of seyerti eeiut 'i ... Little Miss Hazel Crawley of Louis the guest of Miss Minerva Ccx. Kinnaird. Upos thir rcav B. Miller, of Hot Springs, Ark. Southern coast. ville wit! spend a portion of the holidays' Carrie I Mr. NeviU3 is a native of Boyle Miss Bernie Lear has returned from county they wilt be at borne with Mr. aau ." Mr. and Mrs. H. Clay Sutton were with Mrs. Edward Hays. Transylvania University to enjoy the and resided many year3 in Danville. Hughes. Birmingham Newa. in Lexington Tuesday, shopping. Miss Gertrude Wilkerson of Stanford He is a brother of Mrs. Ernest Cook holidays with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Miss Lou PniUips of Honticello is the V. is expected this week for a visit to her and Miss Lois Nevius, of this city. Th A. Lear. S4LL guest of her sister Mrs. W. M. Elliott. cousin Miss Billie Wilkerson. wedding took place at the Methodist Having deck! J to move to IwWa . . Mesdamcs James Arnold of Pittsburg Mr. Harry Oldham and Miss Edith parsonage in Hot Springs. The groom will on Mrs. T. J. Price was the guest on Pa. and Hugh Hemphill of Nicholasville ' i3 tIla owner of the cigar store in the Mond iv of Dr. and Mrs, S. P. Grant of will Buchanan of Richmond were week-en- d TUESDAY, DECEMBER. &A lbU ba with Lancaster relatives during Uoouaru Hotel anu is a prosperous guests of Mis3 Margaret Arnold. Danville. the holidays. rain or nhiiM?. httgiaing at 10 A. M. t young L.usinass man in hi- adopted Mr. and Mr3. C. E. Stanford of town. The bride 13 one of the most my residence on Danville street, o? r Mrs. Russell Brown is at home after Miss Allie Arnold came Christmas a visit to Dr. and Mrs. E. J. Brown of Louisville are visiting Mrs. Stanford's highest and best bidder. theve from Pittsburg, Pa., ann is with parents Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Zanone. popular young ladies of Hot Springs. to the Stanford. The young couple, according to the following:- Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Arnold for the Two milk cows, one heifer, flesh n Mr. James Stapp of Lexington was Yuletide season. Mrs. Nellia Ballou, son Joseph and Hot Springs papers, will go to housethe guest on Sunday of Miss Eunice keeping at once. The many friends of January, one fat heifer, sow and ? little daughter Lucile will be gue3t Messrs Charles Dunn, Ector Lawson, during the Christmas of Mrs. W. J. the groom in this community wish for shoats, two tons straw. IsO'i bunt-le- s Prather. and Robert Tomlinson are at home Romans. ! them a long life of happiness. Advo oats, 100 shocks fodder, spring wagon, Miss Joan Mount is at home after a with pole and shafts, buggy, turning from State College to enjoy the holidays cate. protracted visit to relatives in Lagrange Mrs. Ewing Stultz of Knoxville will pioW3, double shovei p!oi3. aw horse with home folks. and Covington. arrive for a visit during the Christmas corn drill, cutting box. heating stov- Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Haseldenandson3 season to her parents Mr. and Mrs, J. Mrs. Thomas M. Wilson of Bowling lawn swing, all my hanofume household MIRY-HUG- HS Green is the guest of her parents Mr. will spend a portion of the holidays in B. Bourne. and kitchen furniture, inc!uu:ng ;iiano. Nicholasville with her parents Mr. and and Mrs. J. K. Mount. TERMS made known on day of sale. Editor and Mrs. Louis Landram of Mrs. Powell Duncan. WEDDING SATURDAY. R. S. BROWN, Mrs. John Shackelford and little son Danville are expected to te guests durCol. W. P. King Auct. Lancaster. K . Mrs. Emma Elkin will leave today ing the holidays of Mr. and Mrs. H. will spend a portion of the holidays with One of the especially beautiful mornto enjoy the Christmas holidays with Clay Sutton. relatives in Richmond. ing weddings of early Winter was that her sons Messrs Robert and Shirley of Mi33 Mattie Lee Hughs and Allen Miss Jane Belle of Nicholasville will Mrs. Stephen Walker and little Elkin in Fairmont West Va. Duncan Henry, which took place Satbe with Miss Patsy Anderson during daughter of Hu3tonville will be with the Christmas holidays. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hoeing of Mi- Mrs. Wm. Dickerson the latter part of urday morning at S o'clock at the hoiv.e of the bride's parents. Mr. and Jlrs. S. AT PUBLIC AUCTION. Frank Tinder is at home from lwaukee Wis. will arrive this week for the Christmas. A. Hughs, on South Tenth Avenue. The the Christmas holidays and be with Transylvania with his parents Eider On Thursday, Dtceznber Jl, at Mr. and Mrs. Leo Reynolds and lower lio'jr of the house was thrown Mr. and jlrs. J. W. Sweeney. and Mrs. F. M. Tinder. children of Atlanta, , III., wilt visit their into one large apartment for the re o'ejuck ir the I'.onni z. at my Miss Elizabeth Gibbs has returned sister Mrs. John Oaks during Miss Mary Arnold returned Tuesday the ception of the wetKung guests, and was j corner linnl an-- l ilain streets, 1 v from Corbin to be with Lancaster rel from Sayre Institute, Lexington to be Christmas season. elaoarately decorated with srailax and 'offer at public auiou ,li s.oc flxt j :... v.. . with her parents Mr. and .Mr3. bamboo vines and dusters of el!cw j that belong to Robert i i. Luther atives ior me noiuays. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dunlap Blanton specimen chrysanthemums. Gibb3 for the Christinas holidays. ''the fixtures consist of one Hall's ia. Miss Ida Potts of Cincinnati will be have returned to Richmond after a eight fut The altar, which was built of ferns fireproof safe, thr with her sister Mrs. Davis Prather fori Mr. and Jlrs. Roy Asa Haynes came visit to Mrs. Blantor.'s parents Mr. and . and stately palms, was arranged in the (show eases, several imIi afaov a portion of the, holidays. , Tuesday from HiMsboro, Ohio to enjoy Mrs. J. W. Elmore. parlor, where Or. Henry M. Edmonds. ! one bicycle, atep ladder. w Mrs. Annie Rumey has returned to the Christmas season with Mrs. Haynes -' Miss Lydia Cabell Elmore who hole's pastor of the South Highlands Presby-- i !oor and window ner home in Imminence after a visit to parents Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Mason. u -terian Church, stood t0 perform the ; articles too oacierou to nen a good position with the D. and D Her daughter Mrs. Ed Walker. Miss Mary Elmore who ha3 been Institute at Indianapolis, is at home ceromony Little Anna May Smith, the begins promptly ot 10 o'clock JOHN C. CALOWiuX, r.iece of the groom, clad in white and! Mifs Edna Berkele i"3 at home for teaching the past year in Paintsville is for the Christmas holidays. Successor to Roberts ft CWdw pin!;. led the way to the altar, and Miss J at horse for the Yuletide season with Christmas from Hamilton College and and daughter Hughs and Mr. Henry entered the room j Mrs. Wm Danville iv' her parents Mr. and Mrs J. W. Elmore is a gue3t at the Gulley House. Miss Katie Barnes Dickerson will spend together. Miss Gertrude F.oaenstifel I CapL T. D. English. Mr. John Simpson who has been con- a portion of the Christmas holidays pUj ing the wedding march just after! It. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Denman of Nich- olasvule will be the guests during the fined to his room for several days with with relatives in Nicholasville. Miss Anne Faulkner had sung "At rnsT ... holidays of her father Mr. Alex West, an attack of malaria, is able to be out While the young cotipte . -., Mrs. Pollitt who has been visiting iMwnwK." and has assumed his duties again at i.i jr. j weie taking the vows "Tranmetel" ' Mrs. Mattie Frisbie left Monday to Theo Currev's, iko:: her daughter Mrs. S. II. Pollitt wa3j as played softly. enjoy a portion of the holidays with called to her home in Vanceburg by the j Masse of pink Rillarney roses Strayed: From m Sat; The following will be guests during serious illness of her husband, Mr. and Mra. W. C. Price of Danville, adorned the table in the dining room, Creek, two heife.?. 31 the Yuletide season of Mrs. Carlton Miss Annie Miller, of Charleston! Elkin, Miss Elizabeth Crutchercf Paris, Hon, Charles C. Fox, of I :oy!e and where a buffet breakfast was served pnwnth. color red. : West Va., is spending the holidays' Messrs George Aaron and Homer Corn-be- candidate for the nomination for Cir- - while the bride and grown were receiv- - J dehorned. ITU pa. . with ker parents Mr. and Mrs. N. Mi!-- : of Lexinfjton, and Floyd Wright cuit Ju.Iise, was in town last Friday ing the good wishes of their friends, j tion. ler. I shaking hands with the constituency. Irs. W. E. Hooper presided over the of Liberty. Fr Gossip Abotat r-- J otor 5- rrauc - i 3uU c o.' ! i TII j j 1 st ! P-- jT IN I wmmasmemasBU l JU1 -- B5RH Suatw I ig bought the remainder of the R. H. Batson stock, we wish' to advise the public that wo te stoci w.v tlnue the business, occupying one. room which is being nicely, arranged for our new line of will be coming in from time to time. We will handle a new and .. up-to-da- up-to-da- te Dry Goods. Notions. ' Ladles-- ' Poraisiiings 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 prtea. 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 abort riaie. We most cordially invite every one to come see us. We will make your visit both profitable and pleasant for yon. MTt CSSf EET2 VI fl PfT3 u a 1 j af Page 6 We Write Anv Kind of The Central Record, Wednesday Dec 23 1914. PUBLIC SALE. I will on COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF LAND GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. Mary S. Clark, et al. Plaintiffs, Defendants. Pursuant to a judgment rendered at the November Term, 1914, the undersigned Commibsioner will sell at pudic auction, before the Com t House door in Lancaster, Kentucky, at II o'clock, A. Al. or thereabouts, on MONDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1914. it being the first day of the Garrard County Court Term the real estate mentioned in the pleadings and described as lollows; This is the same land that was inherited 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 66 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 415 E 8.18 chains to a post, corner to dower, S 305 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 125 E 19.73 chains to a stake, corner to same, N 855 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 9 J W 21.10 chains to a stone, corner to said Clark and in line to J. B. Creech; thence with said Creech N 69 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 55J W 28.50 chains to a large locust on top of lull, corner to same, N 77 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 b SO 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 course of the branch N 73 E 22.24 chains to a post on West edge of atoresaiu uopper Lreek pike; thence with said pike S 135 W.54 chains S 22 E 8.93 chains S 85 E 2.50 chains 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 tc 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 pavable 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. H. C, Kauffman, Att'y for Plffs. Capt. A. M. Bourne. Auctioneer. Heredity In Vegetation. Biologists are beginning to harness the forces, of heredity the same as scientists are learning further how to harness the power of electricity. The results obtained by breeders, building up superior types of plant and anima! life by practical application of the laws of heredity, represent in commercial terms alone more than a billion dollars added to the annual production of the United States, which billion is more thany twenty-eeve-n dollars. IN S J. URA WC Ky. E vjeiwii Office at National Bank. Office over The National Bank of Lancaster, A. BEAZLEY & CO. t'hone 27. sra.yiffj'.rg.it;': t'MsaAagsa'.Tgi F tn WE COMPETE WITH QUALITY TUESDAY, DEC. 29th. 1914 beginning at 10 o'clock a. m. at my home on Hurt Lane sell to the highest bidder 1 d horse, well broke; 1 twelve-year-ol- d horse, well broke; 1 mare in foal to jack, well broke; 1 fresh milk cow; 1 cow fresh in February; 2 Jersey heifer calves; 1 aged mule. Farming implements, carpenter tools; 1 new buggy; 1 buckboard; harness, etc. Household and kitchen furniture. TERMS: $10.00 and under cash; over $10.00 bankable note. T. L. KELLY, Lancaster, Ky. seven-year-ol- E. C. Million, Pres. T. J. Curtis, V-Pr- es. Dr. C. H. Vaught, Sec J. vs G. Clark's Heirs, Biggest In Prices Biggest In Amount Of Sales Biggest In Floor Space. 1 It 0 L E N LILY Why? A Million Dollars has been spent in the courts trying to prove that Bleached Flour is not injurous to health BECAUSE Glen Lily is the only Flour on this market NOT Bleached. CAN YOU afford to let price destroy both Health and Quality. BECAUSE PUBLIC SALE. As administrator of G. W. Calebbs, deceased, I will on SATURDAY. JAN. 2nd. 1915 beginning at 10 o'clock a. m. sell to the highest bidder the following personal property at the home of the late G. W, Calebbs near Buena Vista, Garrard County Kentucky. About 100 barrels of Corn in the crib, about C000 pounds of Tobacco in barn, 1 stallion-standarregistered saddle horse, 1 good jack, 4 years old, 1 two horse wagon, good as new, plows, 3 cultivators 1 spring tooth, good as new, buggy, cart, wagon, and buggy harinness, lot of tobacco sticks, one-haterest in tobacco setter, lot of household and kitchen furniture, consisting ot roekinir chairs, bedroom set. tables. dishes, stove and washing machine and many other things to numerous to mention. Terms made known on day of sale. HENRY MOORE, Administrator. Am. Bourne, Auctioneer. lf Madison Incorporated. Tobacco Telephone 221. 1 I I' 1 ! i WAREHOUSE Near L. & A. Depot. CAPITAL $40,1 DIRECTORS: I y Dr. C. H. Vaught E. C. Million T.J.Curtis T.J.Smith Marion Coy E. Deatherage J. M. Haden RS P. ? " Kdllalll yO. To The Tobacco Growers of Garrard and Adjoining Coun- ties and Others Interested: hardly thought it necessary to refute the many and cheap statements, for the most part wholly untrue. They come along every year, a little more extravagant this year than ever before, made to deceive you and usually given out by some AGENT of another HOUSE or MARKET or by some ENEMY TO THIS ONE. These statements usually guarantee this or that, or that tobacco is from $5 to $11 higher on some other market. First, what dees this guarantee amount to; we have stated over our signature that Richmond was the highest We market in the State last year; and that THE MADISON HOUSE LED THIS MARKET. We cannot tell whether in will remain the highest this year or not, it is too early for this. will state, however, that we expect to get just as much for jour tobacco as can be gotten in We ... YOU CAN GET THEM THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. AT THIS OFFICE. Capral $50,000. A. R Surplus $30,000. If you want posters. If vou want If you want programs. s. I If you want envelopes. note-head- )EN!JY. President J. E. STORMES. Vice Pres't, Jmfp.v, Ass't Cashier. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. r. J. L. Gill, Book-Keepe- If you want If you want statements. If jou want calling cards. If you want wedding invitations. R. T If you want announcement cards. If you want cards of thanks. If you want job printing of any des- Safety Deposit WE SOLICIT Boxes For Rent. YOUR BUSINESS. cription done in the very best style and on short notice, call at the Record of fice on Richmond street. Saved by a Dog. The sagacity of a dog has saved the lives of a master at Eton colletre. England, and his family. They reside at l e Olde Falge, Slough, and the master was awakened In the middle of the night by the doc: scratching and whin. Ing at the bedroom door. He found the kitchen and study ablaze and this part of the house gutted, valuable pictures and books being destroyed. Samual D. Cochran, Alex R. Denny, J. H. Posey, J. E. Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. gmr 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 S490. TOURING CAR - $440. RUNABOUT GARRARD CIRCUIT COTRT, Louis Kincaid, et al, Plaintiffs, Ex-Part- e, Commissioner' s Sale Of Land any house anywhere. Unfortunately, there has been mcuh houseburnt and damaged tobacco brought in this year hardly a crop lot without it. But whenlthere has been a clean crop offered is has brought All prices. We have sold several crop lots 15 cents above average; many morefrom 13,13 0 and many at 12 ami above It is just as necessary for us to get every cent your crop will bring, as it is for you to receive it. This we expect to do. Don't let unreliable statements worry you, and don't believe them unless they are proven. Tobacco is better holding its own than in any other commodity that you have for sale, and we know that each sale has shown the market stronger. If vou have a crop of tobacco with quality, we assure you that you will go home pleased with our sales as others have done who have sold crops with us that had quality to them. Stay with the house that has served you honestly and faithfully fcr the past 5 years and has kep way. Our stateits house right up in every facility to hondle your tobacco in an you have always been true; on these we have established our business; by these we ments to we have established the best market in the State. Compare the same quality with any other market. You will then do. as you have done in the past, sell with us. For the same grades House open day ard night. of tobacco, we still lead in pricesfand expect to so continue. Daily Sales, Telephone 221. We can take care of you at all times. Thanking you again for you patience and confidene, we are very truly, te ? Madison Tobacco Warehouse Co. Incorporated 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., $690. TOWN CAR or thereabouts, on r o U Detroit, nil cnr fully equipped. DECEMBER, 28. 1914. (In the 1'uiud eutt of America ouly.) it being the first day of the Garrard Further, we will be able to obtain the maximum County Court term, the real estate efficiency in our factory production, and the minimentioned in the pleadings and describmum cot in our purchasing and sales departments ed as follows: if we can reach an output of 300.000 cars between Tract No. 1: Said land lies in Garthe above dates. And should we reach this prorard County, Ky., on the waters of duction, we agree to pay as the buyer's share from Back Creek and is part of a tract of $40 to SG0 per car (on or about August 1, 1915) to 127J acres conveyed to John Hurt by every retail bujer who purchases a new Fold car George Denny, etc., as shown by deed between August 1. 1914 and August 1, 1915. of record in the Gairard County, For further particulars regarding these low prices Kentucky, Clerk's Office, Deed Book g plan see and No. 2, page 87. dated May 17, 1876, and the part herein conveyed is bounded as GARAGE, Richmond, Ky. MADISON follows: (As surveyed by O. T. Wallace December 1, 1904) Beginning at a stone in an old road in line to Jennie L, Kavanaugh ana corner to the 2oJ 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 NSW 15.65 chains to a stake in a bottom and on East side of a branch, corner to the aforesaid 25Jacre tract; thence with line of same S 85 E along and with and old road 12.94 chains to the beginning, containidgl73 acres. Bounded and described Mr C. Williams having sold his interest in our asTract No. 2: Garrard County, Ky., follows: In on the Back Creek, firm, to Mr A. T. Scott of Buena Vista, Ky., we have mediatelywaterstheof South side of imon the great bargains from now Richmond and Lancaster turnpike road decided to offer to the public, bounded as follows: Beginning at 1st, in order to reduce our enormous and in and near the middle of turna point pike road at the intersection of the stock before invoicing. 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 Special prices on 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 N 75 E 2.95 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 bid or Blizzard Cutting Boxes and Gasoline Engines. Ameri- bids that bringsofthe most money. divide the sale is to The purpose the proceeds among the persons entitcan Wire Fence and all kinds of HARDWARE. led 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 Highest market price paid for all kinds of produce. Don't miss getting months, bearing six per cent interest per annum from date until paid, having in on these great bargains, 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 al! the purchase money is paid. W. H. BROWN, M. C. G. C. C. J. E. Robinson, Att'y for Plaintiffs, Ky. Capt. A. M. Bourne, Auctioneer. profit-sharin- RICHMOND, KENTUCKY. CASTORIA For Infants and Children rt In Use For Over 30 Years Always bears the Signature of rWJBTb<lbW?L&TLS&JW'&JTl&3r?lByCb71&JZT&3 B. F. HUDSON, President. J. J. WALKEK, Vice Prest. W. O. Pjgney, Ass't Cash'r. Joe J. Walker, Jr.. Book-Keepe- K r. S W. F. CHAMP. Cashier. t ft M 1 & ORGANIZED ZSS3. i Te Victor Bogaert Leading Manufacturing Go, II Citizens National Bank OF LANCASTER. KY. Capital $50,000. Surplus $40,000. Jewelers & Importers 133-13- Sold Ou J. mg3 Worn Onl? 5 West Main St. -:- Lexington, - Kentucky. x3X0Y0T. This bank is supervised by the United States Governmen. Your deposits are thus guarded; safety should be first in all things. Deposit with us, and you can nelp us, and we can help you. Make this bank YOUR bank. I New York, Brussels, Belguim. c untilJanuary S Buggies and Harness, WAGONS, WAGON GEAR, IMPLEMENTS, No doubt you are, if you suifer from any of the numerous ailments to which ail women are subject. Headache, backache, sideache, nervousness, weak, tired feeling, are some ot the symptoms, and you must rid yourself of them in order to feel well. Thousands of women, who have been benefited by this remedy, urge you to m rm&Mm I B iff? Worlds Record Car, II (smxi; 5x2. cwixibxzj:hs TAKE 1 .. Cardui s The Woman's Tonic Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky., says: "Before taking C a r d u i , I was, at timps, so weak I j i Seven Bushel Barrel of Best Salt For Hog Killing $2.00. Becker, Ballard & Scott could hardly walk, and the pain in my back and bead nearly killed me. After taking three bottles of Cardui, the pains disappeared. Now I feel as well as I ever did. Every suffering woman should tryCarduL" Getabottle 8 today. E-6- "" M PHONE 27. BRYANTSVILLE, sfaMYiMB &Tykgy.'&' CENTRAL MOTOR GAR GO. Lexhigtcm.Ky i wwmm mwmBmrmmmmm mmmmmmm mmmmm ." JI0 This $1,250 Stock Car made 7500 miles in 30 days with Bonnet Sealed. From Sept 23 to Oct 23, it traveled through 23 States. You can't ask any more of any automobile, no matter what the horsepower or cost. For catalogue & car specifications write J&$ f1f v .& The Central Record, Wednesday Dec 23 1914. H. C. BRIGHT. Page 7 ALLEN HIEATT, i We have sold the past week 250,000 lbs of Tobacco over our breaks. WB " -- President. J. S. PRICE, Vice President. Secretary. - -- !T end rf- - 4 i 'a m 'Mi DHtVUE TCBMH50 WAREHOUSE ttigk&2j$$iiJ There has been a marked improvement from day to day, as COLORS and DRY Tobacco begins to corne in. One entire crop averaged $14.70, Mr L. P. Yandell's, with no throwout Best price for the week $19.00. We close Tuesday, Dec 22nd, next sale after that date Tuesday, Dec 29th first sale after holidays at our House. Bring us your Tobacco and we will do the rest. Col. R. K Hoi-lanthe best Auctioneer in the State with us. He gets ths Price Yours for business legitimately, d, m H Walnut Street. SSP5SE3ESS3raf&3 EBaSSLIiSaE!3ai22 I. M. Dunn, President eo0ooooQ0o Jno. S. ,. 'ggffff iooo ,5 k Warehouse Incorporated. -- asrw'iiras! Gompanu. Danville, Ky. Hsssses ; hlppul tinn tit? WORDS I i "Mi-a-- , Van Winkle, Secretary From A Lancaster Citizen. (7 cbTffi .,. 9cwftt-ess 3o m ! : ifey fciaJi i J. M. Sallee, Ass't Secretary 0 ffi 39 sIS Is there a soreness in the ki Irify fj h un 5 ' region: Kid- These symptoms surest weak &.' Is j cur back lame and painful.' Does it iche especially after eer- - .& jF&p jl THAT'S $k SX V 4?.j. r'fc-'nK.ni.trM i ' V' " - r y m: S 4- -- ., sa., jtarivw . ' s- J Hv M !? M It4 2r neys- - ?L ' If so there is danger in delay. for a classy Weak kidncjs get fast weaker. -. Give your trouble attention. Hair Out and Shave at the old Doan's Kidney Pills are for weak Q g Kidrej- 4U$hu43 uuUilUa 111 lUUdbbu Your neighbors use and lecommerd them. testimony IJead this Lanei-ste- r George Wnght, Hotel Kengaiian, Lancaatcr, Ky., ays: "I buffered a Q great deal from my kidnes and back. Pains through my loina exterded to the I used -- ' sides and over my kidnes. Doan's Kidney Pills and my kidneys S became normal and the pains stopped. 1 willingly confirm all that I said some years ago piaising Doan's Kidney Pills Thev do all that is claimed for them." Don't Price 50c. at all dealers, aimnhr fiat- - fnr n l:il?n.V rimP(K flit Doan's Kidney Pills the same that Co., & Mr. Wright had. Foster-MilbuProps.. Buffalo, N. Y. 0 reliable shop. Henry Duncan's Barber Shop. Wt WWW M 4 q JSy t .j- - ".- 93tJT WtXt 'JU Jty . This picture teils a story ZJ. our story. a W. Morrow, Graduate Optician GlasFitted latl'&ction tmarntteJ - m and THE NEW Opposite Post Olfice. The patron is beinjj assured that the mechanic will do a thoroughly reliable job. Now think. Suppose our man didn't do it. Sup- & Peoples Tobacco Warehouse has big business the pasL week and high prices prevail. Total of nearly a Half Million Pounce Sold. No rejections werr- made which indicates that the growers were well satisfied. SOME SPLENDID AVERAGES MADE In men who men pronounce as ill I find so much of goodness still; 3j In men who men pronounce divie I find so much of sin and blot, z ? I hesitate to draw the line Between tne two. when God ha3 not. ' Barber Shop Bath In Connection. pose, in addition, we put the spurs to the customer on the charges. Where would we come out eventually? J. E. Seale-Pro- p Mrs. McClain's Experience With Croup. BY GARRARD COUNTY GROWERS. Danville Best Tobacco Market Kentucky IN 39 P. T. Brown, of Garrard County, gets $19.00 Per Hundred for some of his crop. This is considered the Banner Week of Local Market. ITiT"" "When my boj, Ray. was small he & was subject to croup, and I was always alarmed at suth times. Chamberlain's ' Cough Remedy proved far better than AS any other for this trouble. It always j relieved him quickly. I am never with-out it in the house for I know it is a positive cure.for cioup," writes Mrs. O W. R.lcClain, Clairsville, Pa. For $5 sale by all dealers. t X ' .Oll'SjiSi Fine Cut Flowers. i The patron vould be sore. He'd go elsewhere and knock us. We back up our promises vith honest service Ye make good. P. L. CONN'S GARAGE- ! John ?& iVlcBoberts. Lexington Street. Lancaster, Ay. W. M. ELLIOTT, Physician 2nd Surgson LANCASTER, KY. Office Phone G. - .E &L CUTTING EXPENSES. tO Residence Phone 220 special rou.'.o r: f . .X 1 o 9l "'" 1A1J'kl Tl lfB "r - P. T. Brown, Garraid county, sold 210 nounds at the following baskets: Sopourdsat 70 pounds at 70 pounds at 105 pounds at. 150 pounds at ICo pounds at IMMB" UJcents 14Jcenta 14 cents 15 cents 125 cents 131 cents 200 pounds at 205 pounds an 00 pounds at 200 pounds at 205 pound3 at... 193 135 193 pounds at . . pounds at . . pounds at... cents 1GJ cents 1GJ cents lJ cents 133 cents .142 cents 13 cents ...8 cents ,.51 cents 16 I love to ride in a touring car And zin on the old stone road: I love to tour to the burgs afar And joke with the merry load. I love to observe the trees flash by And hear the good motor hum; I love the rumble as on we fly With the sound of a kettle drum. H. J. PATRICK, Dentist. Kentucky I. FLORIDA-CUBA-N- E 1X- -? ASSORTS OF THE 50UTK. A:FD TO ALL OTHER TICKETS OT SALE DAiLY. LiSFHAL KLTURT? LIMIT, PKIViLEGES. r V0RA3LE nTOF-OVE- F. d QML Si' Q Pa,mt Lick, E0UI?f5STf SERVJClfAaD SSKaSY UNSl'R?AS3B-- zs ti Lui LLy 2 n k tirf 7i n rx Vt P3 K" tA S! ; w3 15 rS jb. luyhuuU f tn tl J3 C3 'Z LI. vrvi nvs 5 u a M w & a m I love the rush of the bracing air, And the feelinc of joy it brinps; It's sport that's quite beyond compare, Physician and Surgeon. A sport that is fit for kings. BUCKEYE. KY It's the jolliest thing that I Know by far, Phone 387-And my heart in rapture melts; clay and night. Prompt Service I love to ride in a touring car owned by someone else. When it's R. OrW. E. McWilliams wr-.j?!;":-- . - - '"r-rvT- & For Portkukrc Apply ia i j:y St. i jiiCii-- . Il I '.".'.iuj r ' si. i SkSL.--i- i -:- - ., i.r auk .wt aliff !-- ., il 0 FOR SOUR STOMACH j. A.Beozlevi director funeralNational Bank. 0 er Ofllce and Ef--" vzS3g&.&JLi.: M0TL eriMMU 'Wi r'vi PO mm GAS OR INDIGESTION Use Mi-o-- and Get Immediate fectiye Relief. &ili siBBlBg SK Incorporated. Residence Phone 3. Oilice Phone 27 LANCASTER, KY. Phone 229. Office Hours S to 12 mJ a. m. wr fi RATES I Bhbj, OititM itii 1.50, 22.00 up. trffll WASHINGTON ED.cr. ALS fi: Danville, Kentucky 0Q'9909990999909L9.9 BiiTflfVoi9k $ N B take chances with yoar fowls t death Is absolute and the cenns of roup, cblds and other Infectious diseases. A few drops In the drinlclnz water kills the disease terms and prevents sickness. One 50c bottle makes 12 gallons of medicine. B0UU0N jm , RICHMOND, KY. A TRAINING SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS Bourbon Poultry Curo to quick At drutelsts, or by man, post paid, valoaue pouiiry dock UMDI CO.. Lublin Ij. Courses leading to Elementary', Intermediate and Life State Certificates. Valid in all Public Schools ot 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 5, Summer School opens o. CRABBB, President. June 14, Catalogue Free. j. When you have heartburn, pains in the stomach, and taste undigested food it's a sure sign your last meal is not digesting, but fermenting, causing poisonous gases, sourness and acid stomach. Prompt and lasting relief for any stomach distress is a simple inexpensive matter if you will only try the harmless prescription easily obtained from R. E. McRobertsorany druggist. a is especially prepared to neutralize excess acid and stop fermentation which surely sours your food, causing sick headache, dyspepsia, biliousness and bad dreams. not only corrects sour, acid, and gassy stomach, but improves the entire digestive system so that the blood, nerves, muscles and skin all receive increased nurishment causing clear complexion, bright eyes and that delightful sensation ot "feeling fit." a tablets today if Get some they do not banish every sign of indi gestion they will not cost you a penny. Mi-o-Mi-o-nMi-o-Mi-o-n- Jlto4-7to9p.- M. K. Benny Oflice: aui . A. Wheeler Pennsylvania Avenue, at 23th rf. Sts. L RATZ3: ? Doctors Of Dental Surgery. 3tormc3 Btitldingover Hart d. Ander sou's Furniture Store. LANCASTER, - KENTUCKY, ? ,i.iV; i.-- SZ3013.CO cp. 4J. Dr. Wm. D. Pryor, OVERLOOKS WHITE HOUSE. Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. Office at Rainey's Livery Stable. -- Elegant Appointments, Palm Courr, Indian Grill Room, Tea Room? 'Colonial Furnishings, Library, Grand Pipe Organ, Orchestra. Write for Illustrated Booklet "B" with small map. Lancaster, Office Hours - -- - .Kentucky Office West Side a.m to 12. 1p.m. to 4. 13. !E Phone 65. DENTIST. Walteb Lexington Street CLIFFORD M. LEWIS MANAGER. Lancaster, Ky. Page 8 ....,.. ...i..... i. The Central Record, Wednesday Dec 23 1914. TT1TII 1 ' HI I K9Bfin VH KwIhRsI ''sI&Tih Pv!9n8HvV KSH HH HH h i't I. 18 i i ii I y ii to i Ml T IH B 1 t8 8 If &i &i i isbH If kUkSIbSH it VJRsaHjjHH ft f:i ? IV we advertised that we'd give every man who comes to us in the next few weeks $2. or $3, or $b.5 every man in a radius of a hundred miles would come. But when we quote such prices as these on our Sail s tR SI I fc S r- R! : I t vfe. St -- W&&$5& IV Z' ivi5'Sa 3fl A2 V ND V g& Esgpss R i It amounts to giving you money. If we offered you a $5. gold piece for $4.50 it would be giving you half a dollar; would'nt it? We offer you $22.50 Suits at $16.75; if that isn't giving you $5,75 we'd like to know why not. KSyEElZSE22HOa2r3223E2K Lo ok at These Prices and SeQ How You Save I Men's fine Suits Men's fine Suits Men's fine Suits Men's fine Suits Men's fine Suits Mes's fine Suits Men's fine suits worth $22.50, now worth 20.00, now worth 18.00, now worth 3 6.50, now worth 15.00, now worth 12.50, now worth 1 0.00, now $16.75 14.75 13.75 12.75 TERMS CASH, & - 6,25 Boys Knee suits worth 8.50, now - 5.25 Boys Knee Suits worth 7.50, now - 4.75 Boys knee Suits worth 6,50, now - 3.75 Boys knee Suits worth 5.00, now - 2.75 11.75 Boys knee Suits worth 4.00, now Boys long belt Overcoats worth $10- - $7.75 9.75 Boys long belt Overcoats worth 8.50 - 6.25 7.75 Boys long belt Overcoats worth 7.50, - 5.25 Boys long belt Overcoats worth 6.50, - 4.75 Boys long belt Overcoats worth 5.00, - 3.75 Boys long belt Overcoats worth 4.00, - 2.75 Boys Knee Suits worth $ 0.00 now 1 -- - $7.75 Men's fine Men's fine Men's fine Men's fine Men's fine Men's fine Men's fine Overcoats worth $22.50, now - - - $16.75 Overcoats worth Overcoats worth Overcoats worth Overcoats worth Overcoats worth Overcoats worth 20.00, now - - 18.00, now - - 16.50, now--- 15.00, now - - 12.50, now - - 10.00, now - - - 14.75 13.75 12.75 11.75 9.75 7,75 TERMS CASH. R II WW S, $10. and $12. HOW 2 We are overstocked on CLOTHING and have made these prices to reduce our stock before time to invoice. Everyone knows our reputation for Quality Clothing and we are offering every Suit and Overcoat in the store at reduced price, caVra N S RAIN COATS WO .These Prices eEtvzLmBEg&M&&& E H. Will k Continue IMI1 January 1st, 1915. r E L KM H H H H M House Of Quality. LANCASTER, KY, '- - A -- o at. 4 r - .... ,jf