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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): December 31, 1914 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1914 cen1914123101_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 31, 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. -- . v I V TWJENTT FIFTH YEAR. r-32FS&3Ct THE CENTRAL RECORD. PURE RELIGJOUt, UN1ARNI8HED DEMOCRACY AND OOOD 60VERNMEN2. LANCASTER, KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, DECEMBER 31 , 1914. NUMBER 39. 7tUMraMfSMlS:raMfrQTrglHflFaMtfl fMZ A s We wish to thank you for your patronage during the past year and sol-- f ft. ci.i -, f'-- ' '"f. - W, " S v- & - a'X. - ( . ytff! fV D (Vor.n. .SgHttjR SMsJH ty TFSPte. 'M3cJ'&Ss;'Z .V -- Z.-& &' ??t-1; ,.., v N2S.V icit your business for At the close of this Old Year we wish to thank you for your liberal patronage you have shared with us, and wish for everybody if 19 15. ft Happy New Year. 3 NEW COURT HOUSE AS IT WILL LOOK WHEN COMPLETED. The plans for the improvement of our Court House has been awarded to the Interstate Construction Company, of Louisville, by the Fiscal Qourt and bids for the work, according to the specifications, wiir be advertised for in the next few weeks. The plans were submitted and every detail thoroughly explained to the satisfaction of the court, by Mr. Andrew J. Bryan, the chief architect of the above firm, last Wednesday, The improvements will be modern in every respect and will be done for the sum of $15,000, the amount voted upon at the last November election. Judging from the above picture, which is a true likeness as it will appear when completed, we will have a court house to be proud of indeed and the Fiscal Court is to be congratulated upon securing such a building for the price mentioned. Wonder how many resolutions will be contributed to the pavement of good intentions tomorrow. We are' enlarging our busi- ness and shall be able to give prompt and .S and a continuance of your patronage during the year 1915. satisfactory service. H&SELDEN r3Jfai:rSJlTr5fl iiiOSi DEC rglli!Ili fltrfarrUllrg. rilMirflrg.rg DE& " WEDDINGS. CO TO LEXINGTON LIVE and LET LIVE FOLKS GONN BROTHERS Lancaster, Ky. Cupid and the County Clerk have Divisions No. 1 and 2 of the Circle been about the busiest people around The latGirls will have a Fish Dinner, Court Lancaster during Christmas. Day in January, Monday 25th. Your ter issued licenses to Willie Naylor and Miss Bessie Locker, who will make patronage will be appreciated. their home at Buckeye; to Mr. Oscar These are the days when some of us Prewitt and Miss Kate Baker, both of are accustomed to review the complet- Nina; to Mr. L. M. Montgomery of ed year; marking the signs of gam and Bryantsville and Misa Nannie Coulter loss in various fields of human effort. of Bourne; and to Mr. Marion Sebastin Miss Mvrtle Hurt of Lancaster. some and Doty is advertising Alex TO RESIDE. Mr. Thomas L. Kelly who lives near Hyattsvile, held a sale of his personalty on Tuesday, and will at once remove with his family to Lexington, where they will make their future home. Mr. Kelly who is a practical tobacco man, has a good position with one of the warehouses in Lexington. OF 3C Ji ftappy Jfevu TO EVERY ONE. 3&mp SEE OUR 5, 10, 15, zlvl& 20c Grlass Wave. Casselrolls $1. and Up, Water Sets, Silver Plated Ware Very useful and cheap. Glazed Pottery Ware in Sets. Your account is ready. Call and settle. cocoanuts left over from Christmas, Miss Mayme Lee Marsee, the athe will sell them cheap and says they tractive daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Noah are all hairless, Marsee, and Mr. Mack Turner, both of cocoanuts. this city surprised their many friends The time is here for New Year's on last Thursday evening by eloping to These resolutions are Jellico Tenn., where they were mar resolutions. funny things. Most of us make them, ried. Not even their most intimate stick to them for awhile and then for- friends were aware of their intentions. get about them. But anyway we begin The bride is qualified in every way the new year rosolved to do our best to be a help-mat- e to this young man by ourselves and our neighbors. who is very fortunate in winning such a jewel. The groom is a splendid young It snows; it blows; it rains. You man and is very popular here. Who are well fed, clothed sheltered and The Record extends heartiest conwho have prospered, share your good gratulations for a happy life. things with the poor. Thats Christianity. "Tis religion that can give, sweetest On Saturday afternoon Mr. Joseph comforts while we live." Bryant and Miss Helen Robinson A financial tip bills will fall due motored to Harrodsburg and were soft-shelle- d, self-milki- JOE KELLY GOES TO LEXINGTON. Joseph P. Kelly, who has been soliciting in this county for the Lexington Tobacco Warehouse Co., having completed his duties in this county, left on Monday for Lexington, where he will be in the house the remainder of the season, and will give his personal attentions to the crops marketed with his house by Garrard county people and will do his utmost to see that the homa product brings top prices. Mr. Kelly's family accompanied him. 1ft We appreciate the trade ycu have given us the past year and solicit a continuance of same. May you be Happy and Prosperous during 1915. Davidson & rroc37tes. 1 )oti. Treats. DEE ED WALTON BOYS IN HARRODSBURG. E. C. Walton this week closed a deal for half interest in the Harrodsburg Herald, one of the best ceuntry weekly newspapers in Kentucky. Mr. Walton buys out the interest of John C. Pulliam who lived in Stanford a number of years ago. He. will be in partnership with Mack Hutton, one of the best newspapermen and printers anywhere, and as clever as the days are long. Mr Walton's host of friends here and else where wish htm abundant success and happiress in his new location. He takes possession January 1st. I. J. Jan. united in marriage, by the Methodist wedding of that city. LOST:-01- d fashioned gold minister a surprise to theThe came as friends and leaf pin, on Lexington St. relatives here. Both are popular younger Reward if returned to Miss members of thehonors in theset. Miss Helen has won classroom Allie Arnold or this office. and for her school in contests and has always been identified as one of the brightest members of her class. She ROOMS FOR RENT. has been active in church work and is We have two nice rooms for rent in beautiful in both disposition and perthe Central Record building, suitable sonal appearance and we are saying a for offices. Apply at this office. tf. a great deal for Mr. Bryant when we say he is worthy of the prize he has won. 1. r 3Fni v&mtvm&tf&t mjhMMWi n 11 PHONE 181. DBE nE J COHEN ENCOURAGED. J. E. Mount, Son & Co. On Monday morning at ten o'clock, Genial Mat Cohen, of Lexington, was in Danville this week looking after his the marriage of Miss Margaret Arnold race for the Democratic nomination and Mr. Harold Oldham was solemnized for Commissioner of Agriculture. Mr. at the home of the bride's parents on Cohen is now making an active canvas Lexington pike. The bride is a daughter of Judge and and to a Messenger reporter said his chances were exceedingly rosy. Mr, Mrs. Clayton A. Arnold and is promiCohen is well qualified for this place, nent in society circles of Lancaster and and his great popularity in the State Central Kentucky. She is a graduate in the class of 1914 of the Madison will make him a hard man to beat. EVANGELIST H. N. FADLC01R. The Hillsboro, Ohio, dispatch has the following to say of one of our former preachers and one of Lancaster's as he married the beautiful Miss Margaret Mason, daughter of W. B. Mason, of this city. 'Many have remarked that Evan gelist Faulconer will perhaps be able to do a greater work here than any evangelist who could have been secured because he is already so well known to the people and so generally loved for his simplicity of manner and his fearless, yet tender and effective method of preaching the gospel. H. N. Faulconer's history has been the history of many successful men in this country. From early boyhood he has borne heavy responsibilities and through the potentiality of his own industry and talent and faith in God, has overcome every obstacle and hindrance, until today he is recognized as one of the most successful Evangelists in this country. Evangelist Faulconer is a man of deep consecration to his work. Blessed with a splendid physique, he has stood work for vears that would wreck most men. He is a man of peculiar eloquence and his messages bear, every evidence Multitudes everywhere ofinspiration. His have been attracted by him. ministry has been one of very remarkable success. Great ingatherings of converts have almost without exception resulted from his meetings. He is as orthodox as Luther or Wesley or Calvin. He takes the scripture as he finds it and his applications are always practical and without frills. He is not sensational but depends altogether upon an' earnest presentation and the power of the Spirit of God for result." sons-in-la- Florence LaBadie, as 'Florence Gray', in the "Million Dollar Mystery". Messenger. Institute at Richmond. Free Air Free Storage And Plenty of Light. We are now prepared to do all Automobile repair work on the shortest notice and by an expert mechanician. Give us a call. BIG MERCHANDISE SALE. Beginning on Wednesday January 6th Sanders Bros of Coy will offer to the public at greatly reduced prices their entire stock of general merchandise. Sanders Bros have been in business at Coy for eighteen years but have decided to retire from the retail business and for this reason their $15,000 stock of goods will be sold at less than manufacturers cast. The sale will continue for only ten days. MB-SPEARS. Mr. Alexander Spears, of this city. and Miss Elizabeth Robb, of Nicholas ville, were married this evening at the residence of the Rev. S. P. Hawes, who officiated. The only attendants wpre Clay Sutherland and L. J. Vanarsdale. Mr. Spears has held a eosition with Grave, Cox & Co., for several years, and the bride is the daughter of J. C. Robb, a wealthy fanner of Jessamine coun.y. Lexington Leader. Mr. Oldham is a member of a prominent Madison county family, and is a member of the firm of W. D. Oldham and Son of Richmond. He is a graduate of the Millersburg Military Academy. Only the families and intimate friends were present at the wedding, which was performed by the Reverend F. M. Tinder, Miss Patsy Kinnaird playing the weddingjmarch. The beautiful country home of the bride was decorated in smilax and white carnations. The bride wore a traveling suit of green cloth. Immediately after the ceremony, Mr. and Mrs. Oldham left for an extensive tour of the East, after which they will re turn to Richmond. guests were; Among the Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Oldham, Miss Elath Buchannon, Miss Eleanor Haggin and Mr. Spears Turley of Richmond, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Oldham of Mt. Sterling, Mr. William Oldham of Winchester, Mr. James'Mahan of Danville, Miss Sarah Woods of Paint Lick. The Record joins the many friends of these young people in wishing them bon voyage on the journey of life. out-of-to- Only TWO More Installments of Each episode of this great pictnre has proven to be far superior to any picture yet released-I- t is a thrilling story of Mystery and Romance A picture of pathos and humor, featuring the inimitable favorite, Florence LaBadie, whose picture is shown above. DOLLAR YST E R Y MILLION THE AT OPERA HOUSE FRIDAY NIGHT DON'T FORGET , Lancaster Motor Car Company ) . Stanford Street. ' i t v $J .. ' .. . ig&r Only Two More Episodes Come in and settle your of the Million Dollor Mysaccount, I need money to tery. Sec the 21st at the meet my obligations. Rella Arnold. Opera Howe Friday Night. PLEASE that "ZUDORA" the girl of mystery, follows the Million Dollar Mystery , ......IfcSly,, Page 2 The Central Record, Thursday Dec 31 1914. TOBACCO 1 Galey and Kelley's crop 995 lbs brought Galey and Ross crop, 1105 lbs brought Kearns and Harris crop, 5695 lbs brought Lowery Bros crop, 1335 lbs brought - - 16 l-4- MARKET IMPROVING. c. The tobacco market is better this week, particularly in all grades of good stuff. Here are some of the sales made in the last few days, at the HOME HOUSE. I 16 1 l-4- c. 2 14c. 12c. 3235 lbs brought Howard Maupin crop, 1265 lbs brought Coy and Ross crop, 2010 lbs brought F. E. SpurJin crop, - 12 14 14c. 13 3-3-4C. 4. Kelly and Ross crop, 1460 lbs brought - 18.02 Newt Long crop, 1430 lbs brought - - 11.50 Coy and Broaddus crop, 3605 lbs brought - - 10.50 We can do as well for you. First sale after Holidays to be Dec 29th. -- 3FH 3P S- - RICHMOND, fljjrjlUlMJllltLTTlUiirL"lJ The readers of this paper trill b pleased to learn that there Is at least ona dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all its stases. and that Is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional disease, requires a constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system, thereby destroying the foundation of the and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work. The proprietors have so much faith in its curative powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that It fails to cure. Send for list of testimonials. & CO. Toledo. O. Address: F J CHEXET SolJ bv all Druggists 75c Take Hall's Family Flll fcr constipation. dls-ea- e. INCORPORATED KENTUCKY. HELPFUL WORDS From A Lancaster Citizen. a JtV I! .. ggSgj5Eg3Sg25Sgglsa FKEAUllEKSTlIilifc. You Will Quickly and Safely Rid t30msZ00&&&3PlUi&& l&$0ZB&B&&$&Z&&&&&f0mm0&&& KENTUCKY MAN TELLS HOW MAYR STOMACH REMEDY RESTORED WIFE Mrs. W. H. Clarke Is Relieved After In all $100 Reward, $100 STOMACH MISERY Mi-o-- IIUKNA VISTA The Lancaster Dry Cleaning Co. Miss Ora Rogers s with relatives in Prof. J. B. Hutchins visited relatives London, Ky for the holidays. When your stomach is out of order in Knox county. Mrs. Anna B. Singleton of Miller-bur- g your food lies like a lump of lead ferMrs. Peyton Parrish, who has been 13 with Mr. and Mrs. John Ralph menting and surely causing that feelScott ing of fulness, sour tajte in the mouth. sick, is such better. and many I coated tongue, biliousness, Mr. Webb Christopher is at home Mr. and "Mrs. J. M. Cress visited Mr. ! other warning signs of indigestion, after a stay of several months in and Mrs. W. P. White. which is often a dangerous ailment. . Jacksonville, HI. It is neelles3 for you to suffer, for Mr. Joe Robards ha3 moved to the Mr. John Ruble and children of Dan any druggist con supply you with old Shanks place on Drake's creek. ville spent a few days last week withJ a harmless and efficient remedy for The infant daughter, of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. A. D. Scott. all bad stomachs. These small tablets give almost immediate ar.d joyful J. L. Kennedy has been quite sick. Mr. Wm A3kms of Kansas City is relief, while a few days' treatment Services at the Baptist church Sat- spending the holidays with his parents strengthens and stimulates, the diges urday night, Sunday and Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Askins. tive system. The flow of gastric juices Mrs. Annie Walton has returned Mr. Jesse Lawrence, of White Oak, is increased, then your food is propfrom Louisville where she has been erly digested, sour and gassy stomach, visited his uncle Mr. Mason Holtzclaw Mr. with her son Mr. B. M. Walton. sick headaches, restless nights and last week. Walton's friends are glad to know that other distressing symptoms quickly Miss Ila Pettus, of Springfield, spent he is improving and will return to his vanish. Mrs. home within a few days. Xmas with her grand-mothe- r, If suffering any stomach distress do Rebecca Pettus. The New Year will bring an unusual not wait let give you quick Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Naylor left last number of changes in our village. Mr. and lasting relief. R. E. McRoberts sells it with guarantee of money back week for Parker City, Ind., to make Eugene Ruble will move to J. B. Ruble's farm, known as the Spoona-mor- e their tuture home. if you are not satisfied. farm, Mr. Herman Barnett will Miss Tory Anderson gave a delightoccupy the house vacated by Mr. Ruble. TEATEHSVILLE. ful candy pull to a big crowd of her little friends and school mates. The community regrets to lose the Miss Mamie Sebastin of Berea college says he had a big families of Mr. Albert Skinner and Mr. Mr. T. W. Payne is visiting her parents. Christmas. A good neighbor brought A. T. Scott. Mr. Skinner goes to his Mrs. Susan S. Taylor spent Sunday him in a nice cake on Xmas morning. farm recently purchased in Mercer Co. with Mr3. Sarah Hardin. and Mr Scott to Bryantsville to take We have moved our Dry Cleaning The Xmas tree at the Masonic Hall charge of his business in the firm, Mr. and Mrs. Hcmer Sebestian are was a thing of beauty and a joy while Becker, Ballard & Scott. Shop to my home on East Water visiting Mr. W. T. Baker. it lasted. Edgar Hoitzclaw was Santa Mr. Cleveland Pendleton of III, is Claus. The Christmas tree and entertainsquare of Lexing- visiting his Street, one-ha- lf relatives here. ment at the Buena Vista Gradeti School Mr. T. W. Naylor's sale was well was attended by a large crowd of ton street, and can do your Dry Mr. N. L. Prewitt spent Xmas day attended. Col. W. D. Peters, of Crab patrons and friends of the school. A with Mr. Thomas Sebastian. Cleaning cheaper as our expenses Orchard, was auctioneer. Good prices very successful half terms work closed Mr. Earl Prewitt and wite. Mr Oscar were obtained, Phil B. Thompson are less. Prewitt and wife spent Saturday with bought a good horse for 101. J. F, last week and the school will Wednesday morning with a larger atMr. and Mrs. W. T. Baker. Miller bought a good milk cow for tendance than before the holidays. We appreciate your business in Mr. and Mrs. Lee Pendleton and lit- SC9.50. the past and can give you better tle daughters spent Suuday with Mr. At their meeting last Saturday the Sick Two Years With Indigestion. service in the future as our plant aid Mrs Harve Pendleton. following officers were elected by DerMisse3 Bertha and Stella East enter- rick Warner lodge, No 361, F. & A. M. "Two years ago I was greatly benefit' is built for the business. tained a few feiends last Friday night, to serve the next year, M. F. Lawrence, cd through using two or three bottles and a pleasant time spent. W. M.. J. B. Hutchins, S. W., J. S. of Chamberlain's Tablets." writes Mrs Pettus, J. W., W. C. Cummins, Sec'y., S. A. Keller. Elida, Ohio. "Before W. H. Cummins, Treasurer, H. G. taking them I w as sick for two years Sick Headache. Cummins, Tyler. with indigestion." Sold by all dealers. Sick headache is nearly always causCored by disorders of the stomach. rect them and the periodic attacks of Chamberli ms Remedy The Ccugh Small Farm Or Lots For Sale. Mrs. sick headache will disappear. Mgr. LOUI3 FAULKNEH. I have sixteen acres of land, John Bibhop of Roseville, Ohio, writes: Mothers' Favorite. Phone 230. on pike, within six miles of 3 county "About a year , pgo I was trouUed "I give Chamberlain's Cough Remedy seats, close to school and churches, with indigestion and had sick headache that lasted for two or three di'js at a to my children when they have colds or which I will sell us a whole or in lots time. 1 doctored and tried a number coughs," writes Mrs. Verne Shaffer, of two acres or more. Also 3J acres, fronting on pike, has of remedies but nothing helped me un- Vandeiguft, Pa. It always helps them Posses til during one of these sick spells a and is far superior to any other cough spring of everlasting wjter. friend advised me to take Chamberlain's medicine I Lave used. I advise any- sion at once. Will sell on easy teuns. G. B. Swinubroad, Tablets. This medicine rtbeved me in one in need of suc'i 4 medicine to give Lancaster, Ky. a thort time." For sale by all nealers. it a trial." For sale by all dealers. 1m a, of Indigestion. sick. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Christopher spent Little Lucy Mae Anderson has been Friday in Lexington. 13 Wot i cs! To Customers and Friends of Mi-o-- your back lame and painful? DoesTit iche especially after exertion. Is there a soreness in the kidney region? These symptoms suggest weak kidneys. If so there is danger in delay. Weak kidneys get fast weaker. Give your trouble prompt attention. Doan's Kidney Pills are for weak kidneys. Your neighbors use and recommend them. Read this Lancaster testimony George Wright, Hotel Kengarlan, Lancaster, Ky., says: "I suffered a great deal from my kidneys and back. Pains through my loins exterded to the I used sides and over my kidneys. Doan's Kidney Pills and my kidneys became normal and the pains stopped. I willingly confirm all that I said some years ago praising Doan's Kidney Pills They do all that is claimed for them." Price 50c, at all dealers, Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy get Doan's Kidney Pills the same that Co., Mr. Wright had. Foster-Milbur- n Props.. Buffalo, N. Y. parts of the country. its merit with the first dose treatment. It proves no long Years ot Digestive Disorders. Mrs. W. II. Clarke of Central City, Ky , for many years suffered from She tried disorders of the stomach. many treatments with but little encouragement. Mr. Clarke induced her to try Mayr's Wonderful Stomach Remedy. She got results right away. Then he wrote: "The medicine has done my wife a world of good, and I feel that it will cure her. I intend to keep on until she is completely cured, as ydu have been doing her more good than anv one has ever done her, and she has been suffering with her stomach for years. I am glad I was told of your Mayr's Wonderful Stomach Remedy clears the digestive tract of mucoid accretions and removes poisonojs matter. It bnng3 swift relief to sufferers from ailments of the stomach, liver and bowels. Many declare it has saed them from dangerous operations ami many are sure it has saved their lives. We want all people who have chronic stomach trouble or constipation, no matter of how long standing, to try one dose of Mayr's Wonderful Stomach Remedy-on- e dose will convince vou. This is the medicine so many of our people have been taking with surprising results. The most thorough system cleanser ever sold. Mayr's Wonderfu remedy." Stomach Remedy is now sold here by Letters like that are written by users R. E. McRoberts and druggists of Mayr's Wonderful Stomach Remedy SRSRSRSR53L5RSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSR wA McCltEAKY. Mr. Zack Simpson has been very ill the past week week but is now improving. Mr. and Mrs, Reuben Prather spent Sunday with their son Mr. and Mrs. Roy Prather. Mr. and Mrs. Rolla Simpson spent part of Xmas week with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Dan Ray. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Ham and Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Barnett spent Sunday with ' Mr. and Mrs. Ben Ham. Mr. and Mrs. Willie Raney anddaugh ter Miss Iva. spent Saturday night with Mr. and Mrs. Mike Forbes. Mr. John Yater and Miss Maud Crouchorn were married Xmas eve. We wish this young couple a long, happy and prosperous life. Misses Delia and Lula Barnett and Messrs John Bolton and Eugene Brad-shaspent Xmas with Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Prewitt. w FAST WINTER SERVICE TO 'itn k'-'- ; FB r : v rm irA j?&& Via r ttr.i i r'" . -- ,1 t VBvn' rrr?""T 3UU 1 FMLKi High-class, re-op- J4 trmsr c.-- A T?? YF A r - .? KmL.tV j "?rrli t-- iri e iLTKt - ui 1" -- . 4 1 JL . t issSouth "ST. LOUIS SPECIAL" steel equipped train; through Drawing-rooPullman Sleeping Cars to Ashevi'Ie and Jacksonville. m fISVCJ j DiMING CAR SERViCL Lancaster Dry Cleaning Co AI! Eleciric Lignted - Aiken Augusta Other Famous Southern Resorts Savannah Charleslin Columbia SunimerviKe Lrf3 t-ik sr. t r. BOOKKEEPING Biicir.c.Pl:Q3ogrsDh' Very Lov.-- Homeseekers' Fares Winter Tourist Excursion Fares Stopover and other special features. 1 TYPEWRITING J tf. WILBUK R. SHiTH BUSifiSSS K0LLE3E 13 orrat'!.sJlS 'toCj UCo'V !Z7 "' W ,tq Tt Lfcthi-arAi.tr t i .e la m al iu5viue ti lu- -' ' .; knlir no . t nl i ! kulw . i n i r " . jrt. M-. TELEGRAPHY mi ' i car service communicate For information as to scheda'oa. fares and through 3$eepwj 'with your local agent, or uU3J - .1 rc " - H. TODD. District Passenger Aient Sts.--k Bsrildlni!, Lotiisviiie. Ky. -- i Wfi " xxammmmmmmmmmm iRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRS! i RSRSR! -- ..- V . j A'. .&r .. - fer err s. ; n -- ?!-v wy o 53 .iug - 1 ;:er :?A Ball - rsftia "reiJ )er O $2.00 Cash. . Lancaster on the ooodpike. TO V -- , HENRY. 7iiE--SJJ rr.&irtftzr'SL An i Y a teg t rl 1 i Lancaster Tobacco Warehouse J STANFORD 1 333 C3 ff 6 STREET, i -- H wJf Ks p 'I i' jn eg '1 The Ionian ?s Ionic I We Pay Highest Market Prices. No Commission Charged. m SALE AT ALL DRU60STS Unload The Same Day. F4 '.I ) - && gJSwaUif.j The Central Record, Thursday Dec 3 Imperceptible. '" 1 , 1 19 1 4 Page 3 Children Cry for Fletcher's R. L. Stivers, Pres. Chas Conner, Vice-Pre- s. L. M. Land, Treas. J. W. Rodes, Mgr. THE This winter has been just immense, A balmy thing. We'll hardly know the difference When it is spring. AROUND THE DAIRY. t Independant Tobacco Warehouse Company. Lexington, Kentucky. A NEW YEAR, 1913. New Year's is a birthday for everybody! We all step together into a new division of time And time is a measured portion of eternity. We all have a chance to make an entirely new start. "Forgetting the things that are be hind," says Paul, "and looking to the things that are before, I press toward the mark." FALLING HAIR OR ITCHING SCALP For The Sale Of Loose Leaf Tobacco. FREE OF ANY TRUST. Intersection South Lime and Upper Streets. Phone 1910. Gapaciiy 750,000 lbs. 300 Loaded Wagons. DIRECTORS. R. L. Stivers, Chas Conner, L. M. Land, The cow Is the unit of the dairy Industry. Upon her Quality Its success depends. One way to Improve dairy quality la to have better and more sanitary barns. Change of feed Is necessary for the general health of the cow, and also for the largest production. That s one reason why green pastures improve the cattle. The dairy cow that makes a large yield usually makes It at tho least cost that is, the extra pounds of butter cut down tho cost of production. The introduction of testing associations would be a source of education and stimulus to all dairymen and farmers. NSi5KS555C5555S55555SSS55SS555555555SSSSSS Tho Kind Ton Have Always Bought, and which has been in use lor over u years, nas bornotho signature of ana has been made under his sonal supervision sinco its infancy. . CCCA4l; Allow no one to deceive vou in this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-goo- d " aro but Experiments that trifle with and endanger tho health of. Infants and Children Experience against Experiment per-Jfy-f-- Z,,' Sorely Cease When Yon Use Sage Parisian Makes Yonr Hair Soft and Fluffy. EXERCISE AND FEED FOR DAIRY BULLS Discussing tho need of exercise for M. Avery writes in the Holsteln-PrieslaItegfster. Our bulls are kept in the main calf barn, and every morning that the weather will possibly permit, while tho regular work is In progress, they take turns exercising upon an endless belt tread power provided solely for the purpose. Possibly the power thus generated might on many farms bo used to some advantage wo are content to merely keep our bulls in tiptop breeding condition by its daily use. The power is equipped with a governor which controls tho Bpeed and a brake for use In case of emergency and when starting and stopping. Each eervice bull Is given not loss than an hour's continuous cxerclso every day at a pace approximating three miles per hour. In the regular breeding season, commencing with us Dec 13, the period Is shortened somewhat, and when the bulls are not In use namely, from about Aug. 15 until Dec. 15 it Is lengthened as much as possible. During extremely hot weather the xerclse time is divided half in the morning before the sun becomes too hot and the balance lato in the afternoon. We never leave a bull entirely to himself without any one near at hand, as It is hardly safe, especially In the case of a mature animal, but while J. W. Rodes, W. F. Land, Luther Stivers. rd This house still leads in Kentucky, selling over one-thiof the Tobacco sold in Lexington of 16,750, pounds December 9th at an average of 77cts per hundred over the rest of the house. 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. Now that Parisian Sage a scientific preparation that supplies every hair and scalp need can be had at any drug counter, or from R. E. McRoberts it is certainly; needless to have thin, brittle, matted, stringy or faded hair. No matter how unsightly your hair, how badly it is falling, or how much dand ruff, Parisian Sage is all that is needed. Every trace of dandruff is remoyed with one application, the hair roots are nourished and stimulated to grow new hair, itching scalp and falling hair cease your hair becomes soft, fluffy, abundant and radiant with life and beauty. Parisian Sage is surely one of the most invigorating and refreshing hair tonics known. It is easily used at home not expensive, and even one application proves its goodness. Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other ifarcotic substance. Its ago is its guarantee. It destroys "Worms and allays Fevcrishness. For more than thirty years it Las been in constant use for tho relief of Constipation, Flatulency, "Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles and Diarrhoea. It regulates the Stomach and Bowels, assimilates tho Food, giving healthy and natural sleep. Tho Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. What is CASTORIA dairy bulls, I. GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS (Bears the Signature of C&a&Y fcUc&M. In Use For Oyer 30 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought THE CENTAUR COMANV. NEW VOHK CITY, YOU CAN GET THEM AT THIS OFFICE. ..iiiiilttllttttttt.tt... $3.00 One Year COURIER-JOURNA- If you want posters. If vou want If you want programs. If you want envelopes. If you want If you want statements. If you want calling cards. If you want wedding invitations. If you want announcement cards. If you want cards of thanks. s. note-heads. $1.75 Six Months L Independent Tobacco Warehouse Lexington, Kentucky. Co. If you want job printing of any des cription done in the very best style and on short notice, call at the Record of fice on Richmond street. DAILY BY MAIL (Not Sunday) 402,050 POUNDS TOBACCO V 0F.T0BACC0 SOLD AT3THE MS !IJlMilIIfiEIiJlJIi flMHrSMiRLfllrgMrrgJlrafj HEW SILAS SHELBUK WAREHOUSE COMPANY. Sell your Tobacco at Mercer Loose Leaf TOBACCO WAREHOUSE. Harrodsburg, Ky. Near The Freight Depot. Up-To-Da- Railroad Switch. No Drayage forjBuyers te Equippment Open Day and! Night. 1 8 DAILY Steel Construction, Automatic SALE Scales, Hydraulic j Screws, Courteous and Prompt Attention to our customers at all times. We recognize that your prosperity means our success. T. Sloan Eastland, Representative. Wm. Spillman, Pres. jpipifHj Our market closed December 22nd, with better prices for all the good bright grades and for all the good red working stock. Below we give prices and averages of some of the best crops. The common damaged crops averaged from 5ic to 7c, the medium to good crops from 8c to 10c. Our entire sale on Monday or 402,050 pounds made an average of $9.49. J. W. Warner. Madison county, 1,450 pounds average $15.15. Wesley Simpson, Garrard county, 2,075 pounds, average $14.72. Marks & Wasson, Woodford county, 2,500 pounds, averaged $14.19. Wro. Worthington, Garrard county, 3,345 pounds, average $16.37. Drake & arr, Fayette county, 6,290 pounds, averaged $14.32. W. M. Hendren, 2,460 pounds $14.28. Wasson & Griggs. Fayette county, 3,105 pounds averaged $14. Webb & Burns, Owen county, 1,205 pounds averaged $13.17. A Malcolm, Owen county, 3,515 lbs, averaged $12.53. This sale was made at our No. 1 and 2 warehouse, on Chair Avenue and Broadway, half square from South Broadway. It is the best lighted hous. in the world to show tobacco. You can see from the prices and average that the New Silas Shelburne Tobacco Ware house is the place to sell your tobacco. We have no hired men to run our sales. but work ourselves for your interest from the start of the sale to the finish, seeing that each pile is started and pushed to its full value. No one can tell what is in the future but we hope for a firm market from this time on and possibly some better prices on the bright grades, if there is not too much tobacco rushed on the market at any one time. All the crop cannot be sold in January, and we be lieve it will pay the people not to rush the tobacco on the market too fast. It will all be needed to supply the demand. we are reaay to receive tobacco any day for sales commencing on December 29- We hope to sell for you and will do our best to please you. We have two houses, so don't let parties interested in other houses make you believe that we are full up but come and talk with us in person. Yours truly, THE NEW SILAS SHELBURNE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE CO. By Silas Shelburne, President 1914, The use of pure bred sires tn dairy herds bos ooroe to be such a universal practice that large grade herds of almost any of the dairy breeds are to be found. Such herds Quickly take on the characteristics of the breed of the sire. This is especially true of Ouem-eey- s, the prepotency of the blood showing very plainly In the characteristics of all the .stock, so that even tn the first generation wo have a herd which very closely approaches In characteristics the pure bred type. The bull shown Is a pure bred Guernsey. DURING .AND JANUARY ONLY. FEBRUARY These Two Months. Regular Annual Bargain Period Limited to there is always somebody within sight the regular work Is not Interfered with in tho least; as tho bull requires no attention or supervision. In connection with this system of exercise we feed tho bulls a regular breeding ration, consisting of alfalfa hay, almost exclusively for roughage, with very little ensilage, and this fodder is supplemented by a grain mixture made up largely of crushed oats with bran and including small proportions of wheat middlings nnd oil mcaL Tho amount fed is varied according to the general condition of the animal, being considerably increased during seasons of frequent service and reduced to a minimum during the "vacation" period extending through the fall. 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 - Kentucky. COST OF A Convincing A HEIFER. Company, Louisville, Ky. Argument In Favor of Pure Bred Cattle. It has been figured that tho average net cost of raising a yearling dairy heifer on a Wisconsin farm is $39.52. says Rural New Yorker. A heifer costs $C1.4L These figures aro probably fair, as they represent the averago of 117 calves. Probably these figures will apply to most other dairy districts in the north nnd east. It costs about as much to raise a scrub heifer as one that contains a good share of pure blood. A scrub heifer would rarely sell fox more than $40, a clear loss of $20 or more. In fact, a heifer has to be good enough to bring $G0.when two years of age in order to give an even return for what she has cost But there Is no business that could prosper in producing a thing for Just about what It cost, and if you produce a heifer at all and pay out $C0 In labor and feed you ought to produce a good one rather than a scrub. ld A WELCOME VISITOR. where it is known, is a box of our sparkling ginger ale, orange soda or other of our 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 and missing it. Order a box commence enjoying yourself. to-d- Lancaster tling CO. Draw A BotPhone 202. Salting the Butter. ft was found that salt added to butter In a wet condition was better distributed and more In solution than were the 3ry salt lots. The average percentage of moisture retained In the finished butter was practically the same with both saltings. In somo Ontario experiments Check Lee Basset, V. Pres SUBSCRIBE FOR for the money you owe and note how much more respectfully your creditors regard you. They like to do business with a man who has an account Garrard Bank & 'at the Trust Co. imiTrfliTaJwiifrmefr i 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. They will grow all right. $1.00 Per Year. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company Page 4 The Central Record to sav nothing of the editors of even our most literary publications is toheai nothing at all above the banalities of incorporated. everyday existence compressed into the Issued Weekly. $1.00 a year. harsh jingle of the commonplace. Yet turn to the writings of these worthicsJ J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. and we swoon in empyric mists of R.L. ELKIN, Business Manager. outlandishness. Why is it? Not lack of ability, surely, Entered at the Post Office lu Lancaster, Ky., ag Second-Clas- s Mail Matter. but sheer mental inertia that fails to recognize conversation as "an arch Member Kentucky Press Association whereto Gleams that untraveled and world" which we are tending to con Eighth District Publishers League. fine only to the written page, The Central Record, Thursday Dec 3 MERSHON. News come from Tiogo, Texas, of the death of Mrs. Isabelle Mershon, She was a wife of A. J. Mershon. daughter of the late Judge Patterson and a sister of Mrs Geo. F. Brown of this place. 1 , 1914. TT- I have purchased Mrs. Ada Kinnaird'a Millinery Stock and in order to make I room for an Spring stock will sell all my winter stock for half price. Will appreciate help from my Minnie Brown. friends. HftnA, KAN YOU'LL FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN. - Year 1915. Please hand us that $ vui-Willia- m During the past year you have patronized us liberally, for which we ivuuuia lur rem, mra. Xjiza xiiii, Anderssn, Richard Henry, er Street. Louise Taylor, Stella Bratton, Ethel are grateful. RAY. Bratton, J. O. Bogie, Henderson Bogie, I FOUND bunch of ten keys. On Xmas day when all heart'? are Dunn, Elizabeth Dudley, Dora ' er can have same by paying for this Much of the goods you bought was sold for credit and for this you are rejoicing the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hagan, Elsie Lackey, Virginia Sutton, notice. Hunter Ray was saddened when the icy Lucille Stapp. doubtless grateful. But pay day .has come and we hope you hands of death claimed for its own For Sale. ... . their darling baby, Heln, aged one Lancaster, Ky.f December 31, 1914. will be prompt. Florence hot blast, air tight heater departed for month old the little flower BUYS PROPERTY No. 51. Good as new. its heavenly home after a duration of a H. V. Bastin. Mr. J. W. Creech, president and days illness. The entire community few Rates For Political Announcements principal owner of the Bastin Telephone was saddened as their kind sympathetic For Precinct and Citv Offices ...$ 5.00 Dolls at McRoberts Drug Store. 10.00 hearts knew no joy as they tenderly Company and Mr. J. R. Corrn, the efor County Offices LOST:-Betwee- n 15.00 minstered the last deeds of kindness to ficient manager of the company, purLancaster and StanFor State and District Offices 10 the little lost flower and the bereaved chased the property of Henry Duncan, ford, Dec. 13, Automobile Safety Chain. For Calls, per line 10 family dearest parents, forbid them on Richmond street, near the Record Finder please leave at Record office. For Cards, per line not, for "such is the Kingdom of office last week. The price paid was J. W. Acey. publications in the interFor all Heaven". The remains were laid to private, but said to be a good sum. It est of individuals or expresis the intention of Mr. Corrn to move Wanted. rest is the Mt Hebron cemetery. sion of individual views, per the telephone exchange to this place, Xv 11116 Wanted to rent a farm of about 100 where it will be more convenient to the niV'05 Obituaries, per line public, the exchange proper being on acres. Money rent Can give satisDOTY. CTvr E. B. Creech, the first floor. The change however factory reference. Little Edward Clay Doty came into will not be made until Uie early spring. Lancaster, Ky. Announcements. this world on the 27th day of October, Mr. Corrn will also occupy the building We are authorized to announce Judge 1914 and gave promise of being a source INDIAN REMEDIES For Rent. for his private residence. Charles A. Hardin, of Harrodsburg, a of much pleasure to his fond parents, i My Property in Lancaster, Ky., on the have made his name famous all candidate for the Democratic nominaMr. and Mrs. Boyle Doty of near LowUnited States and Canada. Stanford Street adjoining Christian tion for Circuit Judge of this, the thirell in this county. WEEK OF PRAYER. Composed of Roots, Herbs, Barks and church for year 1915. Possession given teenth judicial district, at the August However, his sojourn in this Vale of Berries. For treatment of Human Diseases. Mrs. E. J. Mason. primary 1915. The week of prayer will be observed January 1st. Tears was of short duration, for on the 11-tf Pursley's Indian Herbs-- 43 Dcys Treatment. $1.00 19th day of November, less than one in' Lancaster, begining on Sunday 25c Dakota Jack's Cowboy Liniment We are authorized to announce C. evening January 3rd and closing on short month, He recalled the tender 25c Dakota Jack's Creme Soap. Price 1 Oc 3 bars FOR RENT FOR YEAR 1915. C. Fox, of Danville, Kentucky, as a Sunday evening January 10th and all spirit to a brighter realm. UX ON SALE AT candidate at the primary election in Will sent the Red Brick house on The bright little fellow was the light are envited and urged to make ?his DAKOTA JACK C. C. & J. E. Stormes and R. E. McRocerts. August, 1915, for nomination by the of the household and the hope of his week, the key to unlock the New Year. Danville street, now occupied by Mr. The Northwestern Cowboy C. T. BALLARD, JR. Democratic party as Judge of this, the ORIGINATOR OF Will Davis. For price and terms, write, the Services will te as follows:. parents, and the many friends of PURSLEY'S INDIAN HERBS Thiiteenth Judical District, of KenFisher Herring, Route No. 4, January 2nd Methodist church 7:30 p. The above picture will introduce to young couple sympathize deeply with tucky, to be voted for at the Novem- you Mr. Tom Ballard who announced them in their bereavement. Crab Orchard, Ky. m. tf ber election, 1915. himself as a candidate for sheriff of "The Lord hath given and the Lord January 4th Presbyteran church 7:30 Garrard Co., several weeks ago. We hath taken away, Blessed be the name p. m. Farm For Sale. We are authorized to announce Em- now have another very important an of the Lord." January 5th Baptist church 7:30 p.m. can- nouncment to make for Tom met Puryear of Danville, Ky., a I haAe a well improved form of 110 January 6th Christian church 7:30 p. and that didate for the Democratic nomination is that tbe stork left him a Christmas m. acres, with all necessary DUiioings;weu GRIMES. for Commonwealth's Attorney of this, present in the person of a fine young January 7th Methodist church 7:30 p. watered, half mile of Post Office and the thirteenth judicial district, at the deputy shenn, Hurrah! tor the young one mile from good graded school. Mrs. Margaret Phillipps Grimes, m. August primary 1915. January 8th Prasbyterian church 7:30 Will sell worth the money. democrat, widow of the late Charles Grimes died J. C. Williams, at her home on the Lexington pike, p. m Bryantsville' Ky. January 9th Baptist church 7:30 p. m. tf. We are authorized to announce THDRNAN" ANDERSON ILL. Friday morning at 4 o'clock. Mrs. and January 10th Christian church 7:30 p. W. Keenon. of Harrodsburg, Rodman Grimes had been in poor health for many friends of Mr. A. T. An- sometime but her death came as a m. The Ky., a candidate for the Democratic NOTICE. nomination for Commonwealth's At- derson will grieve to learn that this shock to her friends and relatives. She estimable young man has been confined died in the home where she was born torney of this, the thirteenth judicial All persons having claims against ANSWERS TO QUESTIONS. district, at the August Primary in 1915. to his room for several days with a and reared being the daughter of the estate of G. W. Calebbs, deceased, Howevpr "Tink's" re Lewis Phillipps and Indiana Burnsides. severe cold. BY MAIL FOR ONE YEAR AT At the request of a large number of will present the same, properly verified cuperative powers are something won Mrs. Grimes was seventy six years old subscribers, we are starting with this according to law, to the undersigned or We are authorized to announce G. T. derful, and he is able to be up and and her sterling qualities won for her issue an answer and question depart- his attorney, J. E. Robinson of LancasBallard Jr. as a candidate for the around and it is to be hoped will soon many friends who will be pained to democratic nomination for sheriff of ment, and will be glad to answer any ter, Ky., on or before Eebruary 1, 1915. be able to resume his duties. Henry Moore, She leaves two thing that may fall within the range of learn of her death. Garrard County to fill out the unexpirAdministrator of G. W. Calebbs dedaughters, Mrs. William Porter and our limited knowledge. ed term of the late C. A. Robinson Miss Elizabeth Grimes and one son, MRS. FERGUSON ILL. Below are the first weeks questions ceased. subject to the action of the Democratic Mr. Ira Grimes, to mourn her loss. and answers. party in August primary 1915. Col. W. S. Ferguson who has been one daughter. Miss For Sale. What kind of a typewriter lasts the making a short visit to friends in Lan Her husband and Mary Grimes, having died several Iongest?-- H. C. K. The making of good resolutions on caster, and looking after his business year ago and while tho3e who loved her 1555 acres of land near Lancaster, A homely one. New Year's day is a part of the senti- interests, was called to his home in Ky., now ready to grow any crops cannot but mourn her loss it is sweet mentality of the season, just as patrio- Covington by the illness of his mother- I am formjng a male quartet, but am desired. 30 acres of this land will grow to think of her as reunited with those tic speeches are associated with Fourth Mrs. Ferguson is in St, Elizabeth's short a tenor. Please tell me where I from 1200 to 1500 lbs. of tobacco per who had gone before. of July occasions. The best of us re- Hospital suffering with a virulent case And when Christmas morning broke can find one. J. R. M. acre, and more than pay for the land. We shall do nothing of the kind. We The first year giving the tenant his solve to do better, and the worst of us of eczema, and owing to her advanced Upon the shining strand. Pkgregwrc resolve it even more stringently. That years, some uneasiness is felt for her. are planning a crusade against tenors share, timber sufficient to sav up and Her keel was on the golden shore and intend to head a delegration to ask build all the barns desired, if interested is the the curious and pathetic thing Her Pilot close at hand. to the future. LODGES about this promise-makin- g the next Legislature to make it a write. Mrs. Pattie G. Haydon, ELECT OFFICERS. Amid the fields of Paradise The most comprehensive, iron-cla- d felony for a quartet to include a tenor. You want your pigs to eat as much as possible Nicholasville. Ky., R. F. D. 4. So peaceful and so fair, I put some On last Monday night the local Mason resolutions are always made by the when you fatten them. Give them a great variety I am bothered a great deal with blackhogs in the pen to fatten and cave them Bee of feed, keep the appetite keen and the digestion in class of people who are least likely to ic lodge held their annual election of With every burden far away heads. What should I do to get rid of Dee STOCK MEDICINE pain and care. And safe from keep them. The lazy man makes up othcers to serve during the ensuing good order, and you will obtain the desired result; in their feed. I soon had them?-- S. H. SATURDAY MATINEES g boss, especially if you mix with the grain ration a dose of fine, netted me over SCO his mind tersely to be industrious. The" year, and the following were chosenj-- J. Tell them you are broke. which W. Sweeney, W. M., George Smith pounds. mean man resolves to be kind, and the Saturday afternoon Beginning next Who, in your opinion, is the biggest H. Ksner. PRESS MEETING W. drunkard swears to keep sober. And Jr., S. D., H. K. Herndon, J. D STOCK and continuing throughout the season, DjnlevicW.Va. bully in the world? W. T. W. that is usually the beginning and the C. Hopper, Secretary, VJ. O. Rigney, will have a matinee More than 100 enthusiastic newspaper Theodore Roosevelt. He ran all over The Rex Theatre MEDICINE end of their performance. It all the Treasurer, A. T. Anderson, Tyler. every Saturday for the benefit of the men attended the opening of the mid the United States three times. 25c, 50c and 51. per can. The Odd Fellows also held their semi- winter meeting of the Kentucky Press fine resolutions cade by them on New Whets the appetite Helps digestion. At your dealer's. country people who cannot see the Every time it rains my little boy, age evening programs. K. Year's days, and subsequently broken, annual election the same night and the Association at Louisville last Monday tf were recorded, they would represent following officers were chosen to serve and Tuesday. The meetings were all 9, makes tracks in the house. I have spanked him time and again for doing more virtue and heroic action than the during the ensuing half year:-Erneheld at the Hotel Watterson an ideal angels in Heaven could practice. The Hibbard, N. G., Dr. W. A. Wheeler, place for any convention, and much in- this, but it does no good. I do not wish question is why do the weakest, most V. G., J. Booth Sutton, Secretary, Jas. terest and at times enthusiam, was to be cruel, but I am determined to tempted of men make the most ardent H. Dalton, Treasurer, W. M. Zanone, manifested during the meeting. Some break him of the habit. What shall I do?-R. display of reforms at such times? Be- L. E. Herron and Joseph Nevius splendid talks, and papers by different Evidently you are an cause for a moment the clean page and members, were very interesting, and fair vows overlays the failures of the The various fraternal organizations we are sure will prove beneficial to kind of a mother who knows nothing of dead year. They are shriven, made of the city report a very successful those that were fortunate enough to the modern theories of raising children. Every resolu- year, having increased their various hear them. If your boy ha3 a bad habit, instead of whole by a sentiment. tion is a wand which they raise against memberships materially. This paper was represented by J. E. combating it and breaking the child's spirit, wny not direct his energies so their powers of darkness. They know Robinson and R. L. Elkin. that what appeared to be bad will behow brief the magic is, how soon the A BILL. come of value? It is quite plain that time will come when they will have the A WHITE CHRISTMAS. strength no longer to lift it against the In forming your new years' resoluif he makes tracks in the house he will some day become a railroad wild delirium of some old desire, but tions there is one which if added to the That a "White Christmas" would be Encourage him along that line. builder. for the sake of the fleeting vision it af list will do more to increase your prosanthe order of the day was silently fords oi the normal, peaceful lite, no perity than any thing else and that is nounced Thursday morning when the What is good for the appetite? F. other class cherish so dearly the right to make up your mind to pay as you first big flakes of snow began to flutter P. F. In go. to run no bills. Reduce your oper to make New Year's resolutions. Food. to the earth, bringing with it the spirit every case, it is the measure of their ation to a cash basis. This rule may How can I prevent my pajamas bagof the season which had seemad someweakness girded up in words express- work some hardships the first months what lacking during the first few days. ging at. the knees? W. O. K. ing power and resistance. It is their of the sear but ere long you will begin The air was fairly charged with the Put them on backward every other to feel OTTgood resulting there from. perennial proclamation to Heaven that If you buy on time you will buy many spirit and everybody seems to be try- night. beneath the broken wings of life they How can I cut my expenses for the things you would do without if you had ing to live up to the motto, "Peace on still retain an impotent, spiritual likeEarth Good Will Towards Men," and year 1915?-- A. D. ness to the God of all goodness. And to pay cash instead of running a bill. with half of the civilized nations of Cut some of your friends. as such evidence they command respect. Running a bill add3 greatly to the high the world engaged in a struggle for cost of living. Try a few years with INCORPORATED Can two live as cheaply as one? L. Meanwhile this is another new year, doing this and you will see it will mastery, the people of this country F. mor- out and here is the great host of the are just beginning to realize the beneYes. but love usually starves to death ally weak and maimed regarding it as pay. When ycu pay cash you appreciate fits of a democratic government in that way. dying men regard a forlorn weary, which all have a voice. haby cries at night what shall hope. The old year, in which they the article more, you have carefully If This is the season when the older do?-- the C. G. I L. sinned so deeply, failed so completely weighed the transaction and have fig people really regret the approach of Take a sleeping powder. is dead. If only God would blot it out ured out thejmportance of buying it old age, and when the young ones, who and likewise of taking care of it. of their remembrance forever! Well, What does G. O. P, stand for? R. have yet to know the buffeting of a bit here's to you, comrades, sorry veterans ter world, have tho best times of their H. B. LOVE ONE ANOTHER. of a hundred lost battles! Here's hop Unce upon a time there was an lives. It was a joy to see the lots on ing for the fellows jvho wear rfo laurels In the good book that points to the the streets gazing awestruck at the organization known as the G. O, P. In for victories won! And a word of ad- "Star in the East" we find these words windows and revelling in the legend of those days the initials stood for "Grand vice: If we showed more wit in "The greatest of these is charity, "and the reindeers and sleigh on Christmas Old Partv." Today they stand for avoiding temptation, we should find it still others "A new commandment give Eve. "Gone Outa Politics." . easier to keep our New Xear's Who can you recommend to teach me I unto thee that ye love one another." Thru private charity it was so arWith this virtue in our hearts and this ranged this Christmas that everybody, the modern dances? J. G. K. Strangler Lewis, ybysco, or any command in our minds, we naturally no matter what was their condition in In an age when every hour must turned our thoughts to our less fortun life, was remembered. other heavyweight wrestler. sweat its sixty minutes to the death, ate ones these Christmas days. Socially the little town was quite Does the Editor drink as well as we are faced with a strange anomaly. "White Gifts for the King", proved gay, many small parties and family smoke?-- W. C. T. U. While on the one hand we might well to be a beautiful service, where it was dinings were given, All oi the yqung Yes, much better. exclaim with the Great Singer that "of observed and liberal donations were people who had been away at school What causes divorce? J. Y. R. writing many books there is no end," made at each church then all left feel- returned for the holidays. Men, women and marriage. on the other we must mourn with the ing it is more blessed to give than Kentuckians are noted for the fact Are women given medal's for heroism? Jphnsonians that the art of conversa receive. Mr. Moore's class at the that no matter where they are as -- W. B. B. tion is no more. We read constantly Christian church received the greatest Christmas times appaoaches, nor how No, onlv a plain gold ring for the we rack the heavens above and the applause when each one of his boys long they have been 'away, as the day third finger of the left hand. hyphenated came in bearing a sack of flour on his gets nearer they begin'to speak with a for earth beneath How can 'I keep the snow off my side monstrosities to spur the jaded reader. shoulder. strong southern accent apd talk about Warehouse on Virginia Avenue, between Broadway and Limestone, The "gift of substance" 'made in "God's country" and ;what we do walk?- -J. E. S. to fresh heights of literary excitement, t Get .the wagons oat ahead of the and yet our everyday words are the this manner at the churches did riuch "Down Home" at "Christmas and, if storm and let ft Bnow into them. monosvlables of necessity or the passing to relieve distress jn..our midst,-- and they can't get leave of afisenVe to go , brought a ray of sunlight into many home they uauallygo agyhow and take olang of the day. How can I shock the town? J. A. B By using dynamite. To listen to the average contributor, darkened homes. the consequences. A Own-Mittie McEoberts Drug1 Store Dakota Jack's 5. FECIAL OFFER Dally Louisville Herald The Central Record Special Price Of $3.00. Kentucky's Greatest Newspaper deliverhome paper, at the price of $3.00. ed at your home each day including your This offer positively expires on February 28th, 1915. Scrubs Fatten Quickly healthy-lookin- scrubby-looki- nz Bee Dee st Mrs. Send Your Tobacco To The 9 9 9 e d30CB.Jp3SS.3T- - INDEPENDENT" Owned and Controlled By FARMERS. Courteous Treatment, SQUARE DEAL, and Prompt Returns. High and dry box stalls for your teams. Look for the big hand at Virginia ave., as you come in. Your business will be appreciated. y Id Farmers Home Tobacco Warehouse LEXINGTON, KY. Co. ? -- A AV The Central Record, Thursday Dec 31 1914. Page 5 A HAPPY NEW YEAR We seek this manner to express our sincere thanks and appreciation for your loyal patronage during the year nineteen hundred-fourteeand we shall eagerly attempt to merit same during the New Year nineteen hundred-fifteeWe wish you the Compliments of the season and a Happy New Year. n, 9 n. Joseph sg 1L 31 rcantile SISS "" "KM -!- !- Co mpaxxy. 8 3Sj- i 052s? Mrs. Ashley's parents Mr. and Mrs. L. Mr. John Oaks is visiting relatives in G. Sanford. Wildie, Ky. Mis3 Polly Reynolds spent Xmas with Mr. and Mrs. Dan Traylor and Mrs. Will Stone, of Stanford were visitors Mrs. John Oaks. in this city Monday. Mr. J. S. Haselden was a visitor in The friends of Floyd Ison, will be Richmond Sunday. glad to know he led his class at Prescott Brown of Stanford is the with nine studies he stood first. guest of Mr. and Mrs. Russel Brown. Mr. Perry West age 54 years and a Miss Leona Gott of Richmond has brother of Mr. Alex West of this place been visiting her aunt, Mrs. L. N. died on Friday of dropsy at his home Miller. in Nicholasville. Mrs. W. A. Speith has returned from Misses Jennie and Mayme Dickerson a'stay in Louisviile with her father Mr are in Richmond spending the Christ- Ayerman. mas holidays with their mother Mrs. Miss Sallie Burnam Woods of Paint Mary Dickerson. Lick was in Lancaster Tuesday evening Mrs. Wm Burnett and little daughter for the dance. Miss Cassie May Burnett of Shelby ville Professor Henry Elliott of Newport have arrived for a visit to Lancaster came Tuesday for a visit to his mother relatives and friends. Mrs. J. M. Elliott. Mrs. Hattie Tankersley and children Mrs. Percy Noland leaves Saturday from Hamilton, Ohio, are spending this to join her husband in Louisville and week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. will reside in that city. Pumphrey on Danville St. Miss Jennie Duncan has been in Mrs. Wm. R. Cook was the charming Stanford for a short visit to her sister hostess on Tuesdav at a mid-da- y course Mrs. Charlotte Warren. dinner in compliment to Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. John M. Mount were Roy Asa Haynes of Hillsboro Ohio. guests the past week of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Robert L, Hill of Isabella, Tenn-an- Logan Wood in Danville. Miss Margaret Anderson were The many friends cf Aunt Sue Salter united in marriage Saturday afternoon will regret to hear she is numbered at Paint Lick. Elder F. M. Tinder of- with the sick at thi3 writing. ficiating. Cabell and Robert Arnold of RichMessrs Ashley and Floyd Swope of Lexington and Wm. Swope of Peoria, mond have been visiting their cousins, III., were here the early part of the Messrs. Paul and Milton Elliott. Christmas to see their grand-mothMr. and Mrs. Joe Miller of Covington Mrs. Relda Gulley. have been spending the holidays with Mrs. J. Rockwell Smith and little their parents Mr. and Mrs. N. Miller. daughters, Charlotte and Julia are Miss Allie Russel Fish of Stanford spending the Yuletide season in Danand Miller Lackey of Richmond are ville with Mrs. Smith's parents Honorguests of Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Cochran. able and Mrs. Charles Fox. Miss Gertrude Wilkerson of Stanford Miss Elizabeth Robb of Nicholasville who has been an attractive visitor on came over for the hop Tuesday evenir.g several occasions of Miss Bettie Walker and is the guest of her cousin Miss Burnside was united in marriage on Willie Wilkerson. Saturday to Mr. Alex Spears of LexMiss Fannie May Miles has returned ington. to Louisville after spending a portion Mrs. U. D. Simpson will entertain of the holidays with her parents Mr. tonight at a small Christmas party in and Mrs. A. C. Miles. honor of Miss Elizabeth Collier of Misses Minnie May Robinson and The members of her graduMary Lee Lear are enjoying a house ating class and ether friends have been party the home of Miss Mary May at invited and are anticipating a happy Walker at Paint Lick. reunion. Mrs. Kelley Francis and little daughFriends here at her girlhood home ter of Middlesboro were here to spend will read with interest of the marriage of Miss Nancy Carpenter Gaines, and Xma3 with Mr. Alex Denny and daugh Mr. Robert Ryland Talliferro of Chic- ter Mrs. Mattie Duncan. ago. The wedding occurred at the Miss Lillian Cochran is the guest of home of the brides parents Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Brown of Stanford and Mrs. G. S. Gaines in Muskogee Okla. attended the Mozart reception held in on Saturday. that city Tuesday evening. Wil-mor- e, d er IE 31 IC I3KZ32 OUR People vNN Mrs. John Taylor of Paris Ind. wilrl Mr. Arthur Joseph has returned from arrive tomorrow for a visit to her par- - a short visit to his brother Mr. Adolpb ents Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Lyons. Joseph in Zenia Ohio. Miss Cordia Hamilton of Springfield, Mr. and Mrs Oatley Burke and children of Silver Creek have been with her III., arrived yesterday to be the guest parents Mr. and Mrs. John Sanders. of her mother Mrs. Isaac Hamilton on Mrs. Jerry Respass and daughters Water street. Misses Sue Fisher and Bettie ara visitMr. and Mrs. E. L. Hays entertained ing Mrs. Jessie Walden of Danville. Saturday at a six o'clock dinner in honor of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Stanford of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Stanford have Indianapolis, Ind. returned to their home in Indianapolis, after a visit to her parents Mr. and Miss Angie Kinnaird who is teachjrg in the D. & D. Institute in Indianapolis Mrs. W. M. Zanone. is here for a visit to her parents Dr. Miss Dorothy Terry and the Misses and Mrs. Kinnaird. Covington of Richmond are guests of Mis3 Margaret Morrow, a popular Mrs. R. E. McRoberts having come teacher in the D. & D. Institute at down for the dance Tuesday evening. Columbus, Ohio, is with her parents John McRoberts entertained a few Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Morrow. friends who came to the dance on TuesMrs. Emma Kauffman gave a Christday evening at a most enjoyable Goclock mas tree on last Wednesday afternoon dinner at his home on Danville avenue. for her bright little grandson Master Mr. G. S. Greenleaf has returned Clay Shackelford. About 12 or 1 1 little from a visit to his brother Mr. John tots were invited to share the treat Greenleaf of Richmond, having been with little Clay. Julian Elliott made a his guest for a portion of the holidays. most excellent Santa Claus and produced much laughter by the way he acted Misses Edith Buchaman and Eleanor his part. Inviting refreshments were Hagan of Richmond were here Monday served the little folks as well as the for the "Arnold-Oldham- " wedding and older guests. stayed for the dance Tuesday evening. The merriment of the holiday season Mrs. Hugh Tarkington of Danville, was considerably augmented by a and Miss Ruth McCulIum of Junction delightful hop given Tuesday evening city came for the dance Tuesday even- by the Lancaster Dance Club. This ing and are guests of Mrs. Jack Blan- - dance brought many charming visitors for the evening some staying for several A tempting lunch was Master Robert Hughes Noland and days visit. sister Miss Nellie Noland will not ac- served at the Kengarlan Hotel. Mr. company their mother to Louisville but and Mrs. Robert McRoberts, Mr. and will remain in Lancaster until the close Mrs, John Stormes. Mr. and Mrs. John Farra, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Elkin of school. acted as chaperones. Mr. Minor Corman. and bride of The young men at the head of this Louisville, have been visiting relatives affair are to ba congratulated upon this in Mercer, Madison and Garrard Co'?. pleasant social event. Mrs. Corman will be remembered here Miss Annie Belle Burnside was hostas Miss Willye Pierce. ess at a G o'clock dinner Tuesday evenMiss Mattie Turner and Mr. John ing complimentary to Miss ElizabetR Black, a popular young couple of the Gibbs and her visitors Misses Mary Buckeye section, drove to Lancaster Elizabeth Lackey and Luciie Gibbs of on Christmas Day and were married Richmond. The table appointments at the Methodist parsonage. Rev. S. were most effective, the color scheme, H. Pollitt officiating. yellow, being much in evidence, a huge Friends of Mr, James Ballard, who Moral basket decorated with a bow of was so unfortunate as to get his knee golden tulle serving as a center-piecbroken on Thanksgiving day by being Covers were laid for the following; thrown from a horse, will be gratified Joe Prewitt Chenault. Joe Parke and to leain that he has sufficiently recov- Miller Lackey. Misses Lackey and Gibbs ered as to leave his room. of Richmond, Misses Jeanette and Rev. J. W. Beagle united three Elizabeth Eldridge and Charlie Elmore, couples in marriage on Christmas day Messrs Chenault Elifcore, J. E. Elmore, at the Baptist parsonage. They were, Louie and Frank Tinder, Arthur ElMr. Bradford Burdett and Miss Maggie dridge, the three honorees and hostess. Poor, of Pleasant Hill, Mr. Wm Naylor L03T:-and Miss Bessie Locker of Buckeye, bridte and lines, between Mr. Marion Sebastian and Miss Myrtle Hyattsville and Lancaster. Finder Hurt, a daughter of Mr. Salem Hurt. please return to Arnold's Livery stable e. A s ft Ireat Sec w A Brief Mention of the CominJj and ucmgs by Those Wt Are Interested In. Miss Laura Mahoney of Louisville is here on a visit to Miss Dora Naylor. Will positively close Saturday, January 2nd Mr. V. R. Cook returned Monday from a stay of several weeks in Butler Ga. There will be an even Greater Sacrifice Clothinfour Men and Ladies Ready-to-weing. Don't miss this last opportunity for some great bargains. ar Mrs. J. W. Acey of Stanford is here with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hughes. Dr. and Mm. A. S. Price of Stanford were guests on Friday of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Price. Mrs. J. W. Landram o.f Harlan is here visiting her father Judge R. A. Burnside. Miss Jeanette Eldridge of Paint Lick is with Miss Delia Tinder for a visit of Q. Vv 3C M. LYONS Successor to R. S. Brown. several days. Mrs. Martha Gaines of Stanford is enjoying a stay at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Gaines. Attorney H. Clay Kauffman and Shirley Hudson were visitors in Louisville for several days. Miss Blanch Fleetwood of Rome, Ga. is here spending the holidays with her sister, Mrs. Theo Curry. Miss Ruth Waller of Louisville is expected to arrive this week for a visit to Mrs, J. E. Dickerson. Mr. Philip Mahoney returned to his duties in Louisville Sunday after a visit to friends and relatives here. IE 3C 1L 3C 3ati3ag'tarf3isjr ows For Filling Up if your coal bin is empty or even half full. It's folly to wait until you have to scrape up the last scuttle from the bottom of the bin. Order now, get the benefit of lowest market pricss and run no risk of delay on account of earlier Mr. R. L. Walker of Nicholasville is here for a visit to his sisters Mesdames B. F. Hudson and W. O. Rigney. Miss Allie Dunn who teaches in Paris is at home for the Christmas season and is a guest at the Gulley house. Mrs. R. J. Sellman of Nicholasville is spending a portion of the Christmas holidays with her friend Miss Minnie Brown. ill orders. I Go. Mr. and Mrs. Green Lyons and Mrs. H. R. Lewis of Frankfort have been recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Lyons. Mrs. R. E. Hughes and little daughMiss Margaret Elkin Hughes of Louisville are guests of Lancaster relatives. I Lancaster Lumber & M'fg ictag&y;ssgcgi ter Mrs. Maurice Ashley and little daughter of Richmond are guests of J are whirling merrily in this New Store and everything is going right straight ahead. You have here absolutely n The Wheels New Business OF ft I Fresh Stock Of New Merchandise. A Store Utilizing the Latest and Best Methods of Making Shopping Easy and a Pleasure. a"re It is our pleasure to give your wishes our attention whether you It is our purpose to give you the best value obtainable for every penny you expend with us. Our new stock will be constantly arriving after January 1st. which will consistiof Dry Goods, Notions and Ladies Furnishings, Suits, Coats and Skirts. looking or buying. 1 m X.T J' J, E. DICKERSON f f i r- MISS SCOTT PETTY, Manager. - V Page 6 PAINT The Central Record, Thursday Dec 3 We Write Anv Kind of Knoxville and in a short time will go to housekeeping in Isabella. The good wishes of a host of friends go with them Mr. Tom Grady is ill at this writing. Mrs. Annie Brown is visiting in Richmond. Mr. Will Fish of Stanford is the guest of friends here. Mr. Grant Metcalf of Richmond was home for Christmas. Mr. Boyd Coldiron spent the holidays PLACES MAILING LIST U with the home folks. ON CASH BASIS Miss Docia Metcalf was hostess at a dining on Christmas Day. Rale of $5. per Year Again Offered Ii Miss Inez Edge of Lexington is the Paid By January 15, 1915. This guest of Mrs. Ed Williams. Offer Is Open Alike To Old and Miss Ada Rich spent Christmas with the homefolks near Lancaster. New Subscribers. Miss Minnie Johnson spent the holiOn September 15 The Lexington days with friends in Stanford. Herald announced that from that date Mr. Jim Harve Ralston came home its mailing list would be conducted on from Louisville for Christmas. a strictly cash in advance basis, all Mis3 Mattie Woods was home from subscribers being discontinued on the Madison Institute for the holidays. first and fifteenth of each month who Mr. and Mrs. Woods Walker were were not paid in advance. This practice was adhered to from that date, hosts at a dining on Christmas Day. The Misses Metcalf were hosts at an but on the 15 of December it was deinformal gathering on Friday evening. cided by The Herald to continue all exMiss Sallie Burnam Woods was in subscribers whose subscriptions pired between that date and the 15 of Arnold-OldhawedLancaster for the January to the last named date, thus lijf ding. W Miss Jeanette Eldridge was the week giving ample time for all who have been in the habit of paying on the end guest of Miss Delia Tinder in Lan- first of the year to do so before the caster. expiration date. They also offer the Mr. Chancelor of Lexington was the rate of $5.00 to all of those subscribers guest of Miss Stella McWhorterfor the who will pay the full year in advance before January 15. ij holidays. A daily newspaper was never a more Miss Minnie May Robinson of Lancaster is the guest of Miss Mary May welcome visitor to a home than it has been for months past and as it will be Walker. for months to come. The great war of Mr. ana Mrs. n. L.. Wallace and son Jewell were guests of relatives in Stan Europe seems just in its beginning. while trouble seems again brewing on ford Xmas. the Mexican border. The markets, on Miss Alma Lear came Thursday from accoum of the unsettled conditions Jackson to spend the holidays with her abroad and at home, continue to home people, and a daily newspaper is an Mr. Laban Kirk of Paintsville came absolute necessity to the farmer for Tuesday for a visit to Mr. E. C. his protection. and family. Miss Elizabeth Eldridge of State University is with the homefolks for the Christmas season. As administrator of G. W. Calebbs, Mr. and Mrs. Reid Lear and son Reid deceased, I will on Jr, came Wednesday for a visit to Mr. SATURDAY. JAN. 2nd. 1915 and Mrs. B. M. Lear. beginning at 10 o'clock a. m. sell to the Mr. and Mrs. Charles Serdham of highest bidder the following personal Beattyville are the guests of Dr. and property at the home of the late G. W, Mrs. Lucian Treadway. Calebbs near Buena Vista, Garrard Miss Estill Walker spent the holidays County Kentucky. in Louisville the guest of Dr. and Mrs. About 100 barrels of Corn in the crib, Franklin M. Walker. about 6000 pounds of Tobacco in barn, registered saddle Messrs James and Roger Rucker 1 stallion-standarspent Christmas with their parents Mr. horse, 1 good jack, 4 years old, 1 two horse wagon, good as new, plows, 3 and Mrs. I. C. Rucker. On Saturday evening Misses Sallie cultivators 1 spring tooth, good as new, and Mattie Woods entertainedjinformalj buggy, cart, wagon, and buggy harness, lot of tobacco sticks, one-ha- lf inly at their hospitable home. terest in tobacco setter, lot of houseMisses Lena Estridge and Jessie Mae hold and kitchen furniture, consisting Hammack are the guests of Mrs. John of rocking chairs, bedroom set, tables, Anderson at Point Leavell this week. dishes, stove and washing machine and The Misses Cotton entertained a large many other things to numerous to number of young people on Wednesday mention. evening in a most charming manner. Terms made known on day of sale. HENRY MOORE, Administrator. Mr. and Mrs. James Todd celebrated their silver wedding anniversary on Am. Bourne, Auctioneer. Saturday at their lovely country home. 1 , 1 914. T. e lilCK. INSURANCE Offir.e at National Bank. E. C. LEXINGTON MillionPres. J. Curtis, V-Pr-es. Dr. G. H. Vaught, Sec E. Deatherage, Treas. HERALD J. Office over The National Bank of Lancaster, Ky. A. BEAZLEY & CO. Phone 27. Biggest In Prices Biggest In Amount Of Sales ijwj iyi73"gWBKgyjJJEB'S Biggest In Floor Space. I 1 (!j Jj WE COMPETE WITH QUALITY lOLEN LILY Whu? BECAUSE 1 1 Madison Incorporated. Tobacco $40,000.00 Telephone 221. ;; If ;s $ A Million Dollars has been spent in the courts trying to prove that Bleached Flour is not injurous to health BECAUSEGlen Lily is the only Flour on this market NOT Bleached. CAN YOU afford to let price destroy both Health and Quality. 'WAREHOUSE Near L. J f & A. Depot. CAPITAL DIRECTORS: E. C. Million Dr. C. H. Vaught T.J.Curtis T. J. Smith E. Deatherage Marion Coy J. M. Haden i Garrard Miljiiig Go. j To The Tobacco Growers of Garrard and Adjoining Coun- ties and Others Interested: The time for hot air misrepresentations and extravagant talk is over. This lineof argument might have fooled a few people, who have tobacco to sell, but it dont last. We are now at the point where the grower or the man selling tobacco, says to such Deople. "You'll have to show me." Thisjis Jsvhere we come in. This is all we want; all we ever want, a fair square deal. Simply compare our sale3 with those of any house, any where, large or small. We court this kind of competition. We'll say the hot air artist what else have you to say? Just wait a minute and you'll find out. February 2nd, 1914, this house got out a letter reviewing'our market, you must remember we led in pounds sold, injprice obtained doing so, we also led any market In Kentucdy. With a higher general average. We then called attention to the fact, that we had sold four crop lots at a very high price as follows: SmithJ'and Agee 2500 pounds ar. an average of nearly 20cts, Palmer and Lear 2475 pounds, average 165 cts, Lee and Doolin 4300 pounds averaged 16cts, Deatherage and King 2500 pounds averaged $15.95. THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. PUBLIC SALE. Capital $50,000. A. R Surplus $30,000. JENNY, President J. E. STORMES, Vice Pres't. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. 2MBRY, R. T Ass't Cashier. J. L. Gill, Book-Keepe- r. Safety Deposit WE SOLICIT Boxes For Rent. this season. 1660 Now let us give the best sales in the 12 days we have been'JTopen YOUR BUSINESS. Samual D. Cochran, Alex R. Denny. J. H. Posey, J. E. Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. Million and Masters. Valley View, 4240 pounds averaged $13.55. M. B. Walker, Garrard ICo., pounds averaged $13.00. Warner and Jones. Red House, crop 1790 pounds $15.00 average. Luther Kimberlain, Dreyfus, 1380 pounds, crop $13.80. Tudor and Long, Newby, 1875 pounds crop average, $13.50. S. T. Hoover, Lancaster, R. R. sold crop lot, 1035 averaged him $17.20 hundred. While the crop lot of Schooler and Curtis, Richmond' R, R. No. 1 sold at the following prices, 270 pounds at $25.00 per hundred, 240 lbs at $20. hundred 210 pounds at $25.00 per hundred. 221 pounds at 13f,165pounds at $18.00, 210 average at $17.00, 345 pounds at $15,00, 235 pounds at $18.75 and many others just as Jgood. These sales will quickly stop wildcat talk. They are not imaginary sales, write to 'em, or better still telephone 'em they will speak for themselves, we want to say, that our house has built its reputation on telling the truth we know no other way to do business successfully, by doing this we have estanlished one of the best markets in the Country WE still lead in pries obtained and in pounds sold. Let the fellows who talk about our market read the prices we quote to them, and weep. We can't help it, the farmer had the tobacco, we have the place to show it and the buyers to bid on it, this is all there is to it. Everything that modern ideas could suggest we have in our big steel warehouse. We thank you for making it possible for us stay in the lead on prices and pounds. PROFITS BUYERS TO SHARE LOWER PRICES ON FORD CARS Effective from August 1, 1914 to August 1, 1915 and guaranteed against any reduction during that time $490. TOURING CAR - $440. RUNABOUT TOWN CAR - - $690. F O. B. Detroit, all cars fully equipped. (In the United States of America only.) Further, we will be able to obtain the maximum efficiency in our factory production, and the minimum cost in our purchasing and sales departments if we can reach an outpuOof 300.000 cars between the above dates. And should we reach this production, we agree to pay as the buyer's share from $40 to $60 per car (on or about August 1, 1915) to every retail buyer who purchases a new Foid car between August 1. 1914 and August 1, 1915. For further particulars regarding these low prices g plan see and profit-sharin- MADISON PARAGE, Richmond, Ky. We Sell "BalLBand" Footwear and Wa Believe it is the Best You Can Buy Men who have been wearing rubber footwear for years, and who have worn all kinds, tell us they get more days wear and comfort and better fit in "Ball-Banthan in any other make. d" (Red) sanaa In the long run "Call-Banis the cheapest, too. figure how much a boot costs until you know how long it is going to wear. Count the days wear that you get from "Ball-BanFoot wear and you will see that it gives the greatest service tor tne money. A Red Ball is the trade mart of "Ball-Band-" Footwear It's no good to d' Becker Ballard & COMPANY. Becker, PHONE 27. Ballard Scott. ANTSVILLE, Ky. Wife Be sure to advertise for Fido Rev. and Mrs. W. M. Eldridge for the in the morning papers. Next day the wife read as follows in holidays. the newspaper; Mr. and Mrs. William L. Todd were "Lost A mangy lapdog, with one hosts at a dining on Friday. The occaseye and no tail. Too fat to walk. ion beside being Christmas day was alAnswers to the name of Fido. If re so Mrs. Todd's birthday. turned stuffed, $15 reward". Mrs. Tom Ralston gave a sumpteous dining on Xmas Day to her neices and BACK TO EARTH. nephews. Needless to say the young people had a delightful day. When Yuletide came I spent my cash Misses Jeanette and Elizabeth ElAnd cut a goodly swath, For Infants and Children dridge are members of a house party I reveled in turkey hash given by Miss Elizabeth Gibbs at her That was its after math, Years In Use For Over home near Hyattsville this wek. I danced around in care free way Always bears Beneath the holly bough the Mr. C. S. Cotton and family left this Signature of week to reside in Madison county. But we are back on earth I'm for retrenchment now. These estimatible people leave a host of friends who wish them much success When Yuletide came I spent my dough Enough to fill a trunk, in their new home. I bought a lot of mistletoe The Christmas tree at Mt Tabor was And other Yuletide junk, Leading Manufacturing a most enjoyable affair, in spite of the I had a gay time Christmas week, inclement weather. A good crowd was As freely I avow, present and Santa was generous enough But these days find me very meek; to see that nobody was neglected. I'm for retrenchment now. 133-13- 5 West Main St. Mr. Hugh Conn and Miss Nannie decided that this should be their Lexington, - Kentucky. HER FRIENDS happiest Christmas so they drove to NOW New York, Brussels, Belguim. Richmond on Wednesday and were married and are now receiving congratulaHARDLY KNOW HER tions from their many friends. w Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Guynn who have m been in Canada for a number of years, Bat This Does Not Bother Mrs. came in to spend Christmas with the the Barton, Under homefolks. Mrs. Guynn is with her perents Mr. an"J Mrs. Fitzpatrick in Circumstances. Shelbyville but will join Mr. Guynn later for a visit here. Houston, Texas. In an interesting Mr. and Mrs. Will Fish were hosts at letter from this city, Mrs. S. C. Burton a dining on Sunday. Those present were writes as follows : "I think it is my duty Mr. and Mrs. Hockaday Dunn of Whites Station, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Gallo- to tell you what your medicine, Cardui, way, Miss Martha Garrett and Mr. the woman's tonic, has done for me. I was down sick with womanly trouble, Robert Garrett of Richmond, Misses Calvin and Edith Mason of Whites and my mother advised several different treatments, but they didn't seem to do Station, and Mr. Carlos Hedrick. me any good. I lingered along for three A wedding, which came as a surprise weeks, J was that or four months, and for three to quite a number of friends was in bed, so sick I couldn't bear for of 'Miss Margaret Anderson and Mr. any one to walk across the floor. Robert L. Hill of Isabella Tenn.. at the My husband advised me to try Cardui, home of the bride at two o'clock Sat- (be woman's tonic I have taken two The ceremony, which urday afternoon. bottles of Cardui, am feeling fine, gained was performed by Rev. F. M. Tinder, 15 pounds and do all of my housework. of Lancaster, was witnessed by tha Friends hardly know me, I am so well." family, the relatives and a very few If you suffer from any of the ailments The bride wore a going close friends. 80 common to women, don't allow the away suit of blue with hat and gloves trouble to become chronic. Begin taking to match, while the groom wore the Cardui y. It is purely vegetable, conventional suit of black. Miss Mar- Its Ingredients acting in a gentle, natural garet is the only daughter of Mr. and way on the V eakened.womanly constituMrs. W. O. Anderson and is a young tion. You tin no risk In trying Cardui. woman of rare accomplishments and It has been hdping weak women back to capabilities and is one who numbers health and strength for more than 50 her friends by her acquaintances. Mr. years. It will help you. At all dealers. Hill was formerally a Kentuckian, and WKto tot Udtes' has made good in the state of his adop- - AdrWory DtpU Chatuaeoca Mefldna Co.. Special ChattiDooca. Tton.. for look.. Hob; i tion Thev left immediately' for Dan-BR- Y Imtructifm en your cast and Stf-- 8 TntatDtfrWaga,ollaUlawrap9-'tille where they took the thru train for Mr. Arthur Eldridge, who is a student at Hampton Sidney, is wich his parents Cruel. Madison Tobacco Warehouse Co. Incorporated RICHMOND, KENTUCKY. CASTORIA 30 wmm. B. F. HUDSON, President. J. J. WALKEK, Vice r. Prest. W. O. Rigney, Ass't Cash'r. Joe J. Walker, Jr., s Book-Keepe- W. F. CHAMP. Cashier. y; &25JlSi& ORGANIZED 1S83. Victor Bogaert Go. e Citizens National OF LANCASTER, KY. Bank Capital $50,000. Surplus $40,000. Jewelers & Importers -:- De-ve- re This bank is supervised by the United States Government Your deposits are thus guarded; safety should be first in all things. Deposit with us, and you can nelp us, and we can help you. Make this bank YOUR bank. I n World's Record 6ar. to-da- "'5 CENTRAL MOTOR CAR CO. Lexington, Ky JS a- This $1,250 Stock Car made 7500 miles in 30 days with Bonnet Sealed. 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 From Sept 23 to Oct 23, it 1- - - - k. H -- ..T The Central Record, Thursday Dec 31 1914. v Page 7 ALLEN HIEATT, Secretary. H. C. BRIGHT. President. J. S. PRICE, Vice President. Tobacco Sells For $20,50 Over Our Breaks, Tuesday on Closing Sale here now. Here are a few of those who madejgood averages. There are plenty of others. Remember this is their entire offerings for the day. Cloyd ar.d Sears, Lincoln a a Fry & Goodpaster, Lincoln Co.n-i1.980 lbs, $239.39, average.. $ 3.720 pounds. $501.42 aver...0i4.UU Carter & Basket, Lincoln Co., (two a a Tilford Alexander. Boyle Co., 2.G50 lbs, 341.06 average. .Olo.UU 3,120 lbs $459.20, average Co-.mn We sold over Two Hundred Thousand Pounds Monday and Tuesday at a grand average of $9.10. Old prices are prevailing u. I U ta J. A. Robinson. $1475 Boyle County, qa 3,335 lbs $423,84, average oiw.OU Haney & King. Boyle County, a-j1,670 lbs, 1210.19, average. Ol.DU n-j- Will Scott. Jessamine 1,255 lbs, $159.95, average Olu.ld S20.50. nn ja HIGHEST BASKET '1 -- . ;W?i- - ' Tc?yifcscw-3- -.""-i.- -- -. .. J"yy . s3gSe5533 "'TO ? gjrg&gasa- - If you have the goods we can do just as well for you. Once our customer, always our customer. SEE OUR AUCTIONER PERFORM. "HE GETS THE PRICE." Danvilie m Tobacoo S. Warehou Incorporated, F5CRZEXJ Walnut Street. t&gmmrmsimMEmz Danville, Ky. Ua fcaWR!idr4.Wrt59S! TrSH tip) BSrt riMiTaSTttfflMKfl' iTirirfi JiTTi fr iivl With Croup. HAMM A.CK Mrs. McClain's Experience w 9 9 m m m V b 6 t "When my boy, Ray. was small he was subject to croup, and I was always Jno. Van Winkle, Secretary alarmed at such times. Chamberlain's Mr. Robert Parsons Jr, and Miss Cough Remedy proved far better than J. M. Sallee, Ass't Secretary Adams were married last week. any other for this trouble. It always Mr. and Mrs. Menifee McQuerrv vis relieved him quickly. I am neverwith-ou- t it in the house for I know it is a ited her father Saturday and Sunday. positive cure for cioup," writes Mrs. Br- -' Mr. Robert Parson Sr, and family W. R.;McCIain, Clairsville, Pa. s For visited his son James and wife, Sunday. sale by all dealers. Misses Georgia and Zilla Dillon were KUests of Miss Nellie Beazley last week ON THE JOB. Miss Mary Beazley visited her sister Nellie on her way home from Richmond Old Father Time is on the job. school. As he has been before; jirs. Artnur isau anu cni'uren were And soon we'll see the old man turn recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. John 'fl"1dS. That hour glass once more. Tudor. Miss Nellie Beazley visited the Misses A BAD START. Dillon and Maggie Ball Saturday and Sunday. tccaaJ frtiaii"' Mrs. Gidion Rothwell has typhoid Fine houses and good vessels burn, Each week we have a fire, fever. She is at herson-in-law'- s Luther This picture tells a story our story. We seem to bump at overy turn McQuerry. Against disastrous dire. The patron is being assured that the mechanic The half of Europe fumes and stews, will do a thoroughly reliable job. SIMPLE BDT SORE. Great rivers overflow, And we're afraid to read the news Now think. Suppose our man didn't do it. SupHyomei the Great Catarrh Remedy. "Just That comes from Mexico. Each passing day we note with fear pose, in addition, we put the spurs to the customer on Breathe It" and be Cured. A death list grim and long. the charges. You want to take a brace. New Year, Dr not try to cure catarrh, head For you are going wrong. colds, or snuffles by taking drugs. These Where would we come out eventually? common but dangerous ailments that of m ten cause the loss of hearing cannot be JiHYANTSVILLE cured that way. I he commonsense method is to breathe Hyomei, which Mr. and Airs. M. O. Kennedy spent gets the medication right where it is Monday with friends in Lincoln. 1 needed to heal the raw and inflamed Miss Leavy Dunn has been visiting ; lining of the air passages. Mrs. Nockie McGrath at Lancaster. Hyomei is a mixture of antiseptic oils - you breathe it- - no bother; no dis- Mrs. R. I. Burton and Mis3 Hallie No growagreeable medicine; simply use th'e in- Cov were in Lexington last Tuesday j haler a few times dailv and this health- - shopping. gj I giving medication will quickly soothe Mrs. Lem Teater was hostess at an and heal the irritated tissues, stop dis-- elegant dining on Sunday to a large j MADE tressing choking and unclean discharges number of friends. Lexington Street. Lancaster, Ky. &3 you breathe freely dull headaches Mr. Virgil Vanarsdall of Paris Cross cease, and every catarrhal symptom ing, Ind, has been spending his vacation soon vanishes. There is nothing more simple and here during the holidays. "T. - i ' TcrnK safe to use, or that give3 such rapid Mrs. R. I. Burton was hostess at an Hun3 n &3 and lasting benefit as Hyomei and R. elegant course dinner WeJnesday in is E. McRoberts sells it on the honor of Miss Hallie Cov. plan. SPECIAL RCbND TKI? TO Miss Mayme Lee Ballard was the 4 !PrT! guest of her aunt. Mrs. W. T. Woolfolk in Lexington part of last week. IN tlAllKSIIUJUl'. ANO TO ALL OTHR HZSGUTS OF I.'IE SOL1H. Mrs. Carter Sellers of Jessamine was the guest of her mother, Mrs. J. H. TICKETS CM SALE DAILY. LIBERAL RETURN U&'tT. 210 pounds at... P. T. Brown, Garrard county, sold lOi cents Corn to the wife of Mr. James fytle Deane for a short stay this week. FAVOH.2LEl STOP-OVE- R 2C0 pounds at . . PKIVJLEGES. Dunn a fine boj . 1C2 cents the following baskets: 205 pounds an... Miss Hallie Coy has returned to her .lGi cents Mis3 Lula Simpson has been quite 14? cents 83 pounds at DO pounds at . . . ..19 cents home at Kirksville, after spending sevsick for several das. '. lOpoundsat MJcents 200 pounds at. . . 13 cents Ill WB' V! Mrs. Edrrond Sutton was hostess at eral weeks with Mrs. R. I. Burton. 14 cents 70 pounds at 205 pounds at cents Mr. Chalmus Callaher. of Lexington a Xmas dinner Tuesday. 133 pounds at IS cents 103 pounds at IS cents Mis. Ella Cecil of Danville spent the came ovsr ar;d spent the holidays with 1S5 pounds at 12 cents 150 pounds at .8 cents and Master John week-er- d mother, Mrs. Fanny the Jenkins farm! with 193 pounds at. 10'' pounds at 13J cents 5f cents Galluher. Pollard . I ncUHxsava iiiKj i . MHE. T,Ky. Mrs. G. B. Ro&e who has been quite .The Sunbeatn Society will meet with Miss Annie Blanks first Saturday in ill for the past two weeks ia getting alrwg very nicely bat is still confined January. O Mr. W. D. Markabury has returned to her bed. i. im from, a several days stay with Mr. J. Mr. and Mrs W. T. WcOfolk and m K. Sutton of Lancaster. daughters Misses An i Lc ..id Mar The infant son of M. and Mrs. Ryle garet of Laxington. Wi?ro guostnof Mrs Ison was badly bjr ied about the eyes E, H. Ballard Friday by falling against the grgte. Miss Cecil Bowling of K C. W., at ( ,'h The Ladies Working Society will Danville, has been A trw ho!i Jtr .. meet at tho residence of D. S. Swope days with her parents M.. 'A (J. i next Wednesday at 2. P. M. A. Bowline Mrs. 'Susanna Hogg and children arc Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Bsrtiette moved here for the holidays. They wilhoturn to Bo?le last week to make their hona to Lancaster Monday where 'she will with her mother, Mrs. Robert Collier. Incorporated. enttr the children in school for the Mr. Chas Henninger and family will Avenue, New Year. occupy the residence vacated by Mr. f Tviinet fV onat onil 7ij "Tirn and Mrs. Ilurdette. Daily went to Jefferso-iviillast week Miss N.imne Coulter and Mr. Marion KATCSl and w ere married. They hav6 return- Montgomery drox e to Nicholas ille on Hcti Mnk Sit) iwk. Ditistti Bin ed and are receiving congratulations of Christmas Eve and were quietly mar$1.50. 52.00 c?- their friend L ried. Miss Coulterha3 been a valuable Miss Sue Be.ssieSutton a member of assistant in the tmploy of Becker, BalS. S. class no. 4 was awarded apprize lard and Co for several ears and her for the most '(faithful attendance of many friends and acquaintances arc exOVERLOOKS WHITE HOUSE. 1914, having missed only 4 Sundays tending their heartiest congratulations. Court, Elegant during the year. Both are w ell known and popular. Mr. Perry Tuggle whp has bpen The many friends of Mrs. Lewis Room Grill Room, v. P.ICHf'lOND, KY. l spending several weeks ew York Phillipps of Fresno Cal., were very tate chances vvli your fowls? A TRAINING SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS iH T came home last week, accompanied by much grieve'd to hearof her death which Courses loading to Elementary, Intermediate and Life Bourbon Poultry Curo his brother Mr. Joe Tuggle who will occurred in a Lexington hospital last 'Colonial Furnishings, Library, fctate Certificate". Valid in all Public Schools of Is absolute and qnick drsth to spend the holidays with his parents. Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Phillips had n. the csnns of roup, colds end Special Courses and Review Courses. Tuition other Infectious diseases. A Grand Pipe Organ, Orchestra. Free to Appointees. Two splendid dormitories, new AM Misses Martha Kavdnaugh and been in Kentucky for several months lev droDS in the drkiidnz "wter model school, new manual training building, practice kills the disease terms and preMargaret O'Hearn closed their schools visiting relatives. She was a Bister of Write for Illustrated Booklet "B" with small nup. school, department of agriculture, a well equipped vents sickness. Oco 50c bottla symnasinrn. Domestic Science. First Term begins at Mason and Rice acajdemy with a Mr. J. W. Glass and was well known makes 12 gallons of medicine. September 7. Second Term November 16, Third Term SBBBBSr At drusreists, or.by mall, post- Xmas tree aid appropcate exercises thru-ou- t this section of the state. The January 25, Fourth Term April 5, Summer School open Valsable poultry book paid. MANAGER. Wednesday and Thursday afternoon interment took place in the Nicholas-vill- e Juno 14, Catalogue Free. j. 0. CBABBB, President. B0UUOX IZHZDT CO., Uxliiln I. respectively. cemetery on Wednesday. I. M. Dunn, President Mr. Ben Sipple Cook last week. isited Mr. E. D. f& rLxA? TOATS 'Oim ":X - tsrv i p Wli- ill e feftiBl?:T 466,045 pounds of Tobacco HA mm&m&mP The patron would be sore. He'd Peoples obacco Warehouse has big business the past week and high prices prevail. Total of nearly a Half Million Pounds Sold. rejections were made which indicates that the ers were well satisfied. BY GARRARD go elsewhere and knock us. We back I up our promises with honest service. Ve make good. i SOME SPLENDID AVERAGES "j F. L CONN'S GARAGE- C9UITY GROWERS. P. T. Brown, of Garrard County, gets $19.00 Per dred for some of his crop. This considered the Banner Week of Local Market. mill Danville Best Tobacco Market Kentucky n?r 0 9 'ViJ'.'l hr .' "afaaesag. ;f . Motel .,; i J Danville, ese WASHING' Pcoaayivania Kentucky. o e 1 in-N- Appointments, PoLr Tea Indian Ken-tack- y. m CLIFFORD M. LEWIS Page 8 The Central Record, Thursday Dec 31 1914. 3miM?3M3fl&&C s Our January Clearance Sale Beiis Thursday, DECEMBER 31bt Terms Spot Cash IK? Pirn This is a Genuine Clearance Sale and is Your Best Opportunity to Supply Your Wants in Ladies Garments, Dry Goods, Household Linens, Ladies Furnishings, Underwear Silver and Glassware, Fine China, JEWELRY, Etc., as Everything in Our Big Stock (Except a Few Restricted Price Articles) Will Be Offered at a? Reduced Prices. All Tailored Suits, Silk Dresses, Woolen Dresses, All Ladies and Childrens Cloaks and all Separate Skirts, AT HALF PRICE. 1 at A B. ROBERTSON : & BRO., Danville, Ky. ''' I ?5 k';rK$3K&;rv acootwo'sa oooor i FARMER'S COLUMN L. &N. Arrive. No 10; 5:00 a. m. For Sale or Rent. Train Schedule At Lancaster, Ky. I will sell or rent my property, consisting of dwelling and stock pens, or I will rent my dwelling separate. It. J. N. Ross, Stanford St. 'Read Our Great M&Oing 'Picture Serial (pace below this heading Is for the exclu-lv- e nse of our farmer subscribers, and is for the ale of stock, grain end such things on farm as the farmer cannot afford to advertise. No notice will be accepted over four line, and will be only in wo issue of the r.ror.n. free of charge FOR SALE:-- I have 16 bull calves I will sell worth the money: C. H. Collins. McCrearv, Ky J. Frank Thompson, who lives about four miles from Lancaster on the Crab Orchard pike, has 2C stock ewes for sale, that will lamb in February. Mr. F. L. Thompson, of Preachers-ville, has 12 nice meat hogs that he will sell worth the money. For Sale;-Fres- h Jersey Milk cow with calf. W. F. Clark, Lancaster Ky M. Cress of Preachersville. has two good shorthorn bulls, one Poll Angus bull and 30 good ewes for sale. J. I have some nice 300 pound meat hogs for sale, also some shoats weighing F. J. Conn, about 100 pounds. Lancaster. Ky. R. 1. FOR SALE:-Pur- e bred Hampshire Boars and Gilts. 8 cts. per pound, if S. H. Aldridge. taken at once. Hyattsville, Ky. FOR Good quality. SALE:-Two-I00- 0 steers. J T. Pope, Marksbury, Ky. pound 3TRAYED:-T- o my place a red and white spotted steer, with horns, weight about 700 pounds. J. D. Pope. and LOST Between Lancaster Hyattsville, a fat Jersey cow. J. I. Hamilton. Strayed: From my place on Sugar Creek, two heifers, weight about 350 pounds, color red, one with horns, one dehorned. Will pay for any information. Fred J. Conn, R 1. Lancaster Ky. good work and saddle For Sale-mare, also two coming 2 year old mare mules and 1 coming yearling horse mule T. W. Conn, R. R 1. Lancaster Ky. A "THE QUAKER GIRL' AT LEXINGTON. "The Quaker Girl" will at the Ben Ali New Year's matinee and night and Saturday matinee and night. There aro two charming love stories in the plot and an abundance of music. The costumes are appropriate and the Quaker girls are a refreshing feature after the furnishing in so many shows of rainment that is quite the reverse of severe modesty that appertains to the garments of the Friends. And as an offset to this severity there is dancing of a good quality. There is a cleanness thruout. In the first scene there is an English country village, an idealized scene of such a place. In the second act a dressmaking salon in Paris is shown, and the the third act gives the Pre Catelan, outside of the French capitol. Kathenne Murray appears in the title role of the Quaker Girl. Her voice pleases and certainly must create a sympathetic impression. Her dancing is charming, and her performance with Chas. Clear was of a high quality and evoked much approval. Dixie Gir-ar- d, who is Princess Mathilde, an exiled Bonapartist princess, looks her part and was among the best of the songsters. Harry McDonough Jr. who has a role of Jeremiah, the Quaker, does well and appreciates the possibilities of his work. Madeline Daily, who is maid to the Princess Mathilde, is conspicuous in dancing which is rather well executed. Some of the numbers that deserve special mention are the duet, "The Bad Boy and the Good Girl", which is some what of a hit as executed by Miss Murray and Clear. The entrance of the Quakers and the chorus rendered by them were notable, and the singing of the British marching song, "It's a Long Way to Tipperray", by Miss Gir-ar- d and the chorus" was an entertaining All those having claims against William Spencer, deceased, will present Ashland, at Paris to Cincinnati. them at once, properly proven. Those No 71; 8:35 a. m. owing same will please call at my office To Rowland & Stanford connecting on Buford Street and settle same. at Rowland, L & N to all points South Wm. H. Johnson, Admr. No 28; 11:04 a. m. To Richmond, connecting with L & THE ALMANAC. N to Irvine & Beattyville, Lexington & Cincinnati, Middlesboro & Knoxville. Laughed at by some, called old fashNo 70; 11:50 a. m. ioned by others, the old almanac is still To Richmond, connecting with fast Interesting to many and the 1915 altrain to Cincinnati. manac contains even more information No 27; 2:09 p. m. than usual. There will be the usual To Louisville, connecting at Lebanon amount of moonlight turned on during Junction to Eiizabethtown & Bowling 1915 and there will be no more tornaGreen, and at Bardstown Junction to does than usual in Missouri, Iowa, the Bardstown & Springfield. The eclipse Dakota's and Minnesota. family will be featured in No 9; 8:42 p. m. To Stanford, connecting with fast the same as of yore, the same old moon will be shintrain to Bristol & Atlanta. ing and pulling off its same old stunts of getting full and swearing off and getting full again. The same old stars will be shining in the same old milky The undersigned hereby give warn- way and we wouldn't have it othering to all persons not to trespass upon wise if we could. our lands for any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all offenders to ful PHI DELTATHETA BANQUET. lest extent of t law. Hunters and. Fishermen especially take notice. The local members of the Phi Delta G. W. Elam. P.. L. Elkin. Theta Fraternity gave an elaborate Ed & N B Price J. W Sweeney banquet on Wednesday evening Dec. John M. Farra W. G. Anderson 30, 1914 at the Kengarlan Hotel in the J. H. & W. S. Weaver. B. L. Kelley. main dining room. Plates were served S. C. Henderson, B. M. Lear. for 16, J. L Gill acting as Toast Master. W. S. Embry Impromptu speeches were made by A. J. Caddell, Mrs. Pattie D. Gill. H. C. Arnold Sherley Hudson of local fame. W. B. Sarah J. L. Hackley. Jas. G. Conn. Mason Jr. known as Billy, Joe Price a S. L. Rich. W. B. Ray. recruit of Atlanta. The Goat's, Ector Henry Moore. Lawson and R. H. Tomlinson Jr., then J. C. Morgan. A. N. Ballard. S. E. Owsley. a very interesting talk by Dr. Kinnaird W. R. Cook. subject, "By Gone Days in College", We will add other names for 25 cents of the class of 1879. cash. A telegram was sent to the International Convention in Birmingham for charter for an alumni club for this fc Should town, county and vicinity. they succeed in getting a charter they will have the reputation of being the smallest town in the United States with a charter for an alumni club. Charter members, Dr J. B. Kinnaird, J. L. Gill. L. E. Ford, Sherley Hudson, Charlev Dcty, Joe Price. B. C. Ford, Everything for Orchard. Lawn and Alex Doty, H. K. Herndon, W. R. Cook, F. B. Marksbury, R. H. TomlinGarden. son, Jr., E. S. Lawson, W. B. Mason Write for free Catalogue. No Agts. Jr., and J. G; Kinnaird. To Maysville, connecting at Richmond with L & N to Frankfort & Louisville; at Winchester with C & O to Lexington & Frankfort, Mount Sterling & NOTICE. THE MASTER KEY By JOHN FLEMING WILSON CARDS. LISTEN the old I Reliable BarberShop still runs at the same old stand on Richmond street. U. R. NEXT. H. M. DUNCAN U. W. Morrow, Graduate Optician Glasses Fitted. Satisfaction Guaranteed. POSTED and THE NEW Opposite Post Office. Barber Shop Bath In Connection. J. E. Seale,Prop Honakers Fine Cut Flowers. John M. McRoberts. W. I3. ELLIOTT, Physician and Surgeon LANCASTER, KY. Office Phone 6. T Fruit and Shade Trees Shrubs, Asparagus, Phubarb. Grape Vines Roses, Peonies, Phlox, Etc. Residence Phone 220. Wealth, Life and Love. mountains and the sea and of a jflHHPiBH&3w H. J. PATRICK, Dentist. Paint Lick, Kentucky H.F.Hillenmeyer wmmM DrW. E. McWiliiams Physician and Surgeon. Phone 387-- R. & Sons. LURE MUKE SAYS. feature. Every morning, wherever the Cincinnati Enquirer is read or copied, Nurserymen since 1841. thousands of men and women turn first to read what "Luke McLuke Official Directory Of Garrard County. Says:', Circuit Judge Hon. Ciianes A. Hardin. His "sayings show a remarkably Commonwealths Attorney Hon. Emmet Vur- clear insight into human nature and year. Circuit Clerk William B. Mason. are the very pithiest of the pithy Master Comuflssloner V. H. Brown This is a queer world. A three-rin- g Trustee Jury Fund BenJ.F. Robluso Official Court Stenographer Miss Sue She'by circus evangelist can gain fame and Mason. wealth by bragging about what an orCounty Judge C. A. Arnold. nery pup he.used to be. But if an County Attorney G. C. Walker. other man tried it he would be boyW. Hamilton. County Clerk J. cotted. Deputy clerk Harry Tomlluson. Coroner J, A. Jones. Ireland hasn't anything on a marSheriff C. A. Robinson. ried man in wanting Home Rule and T. Ballard. SLerlff Deputy Superintendent of echoole Miss Jennie Hlg not getting it. glDS. Nature intended that man should Assessor Dave Sauders. have larger feet than woman. But Deputy Assessor E. B. Ray. that was before white shoe3 were inJailer Dave Koss. Supervisor of Roads Cleveland Bourne. vented. Treasurer J. W. Elmore. The only time some men will admit MAGISTRATES. that the world is treating him right is J. X. White 1st, DIst. when someone, says: "What'll you Logan Isou 2nd. Dlst. have?" John 8. Hdm 3rd. Disc James Coldiron 4tb, Dlst. Here's something to worry about. A COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION woman. isn't wearing half as much Tnomps Arnold. Jr. 1st. Dlst. clothes as shh did ten years ago, and R. D. McMnrtry. 2nd. Dlst. yet it costs more to dress her now than O. J. Uendren. 3rd. Dlst. it did them. Thomas P. Kin. 4th. Dlst. CITY OF LANCASTER. We are all liars. When a man owes Mayor L. G. Davidson. us a dollar we think of it and cuss him City JudgfrJ-- J. P. Prather. every time we see him. And later on, City Attorney J. E. Robinson. when he does hand the money oyer, City Clrk F.G. Hurt. "Oh, there's no we smile and say: City Assessor John M. Mount. City Treasurer W. F. Champ. hurry, I had forgo tton all about that." Chief Police L. E. Herron. a-i, A'woman can look as dainty aa a COUNCILMEN lingerie advertisement. 'But ho man J. HkD.altn Parker Gregory. every looked as handsome as a picture 8rm Cotton: W. M. Zanone. suit advertisement. W.O. Gocrdlo trnt-union Dr. J. A. Amon. . Lexington, Kentuckv "Who Has the Master BHB SUBSCRIBE FOR BUCKEYE. KY. Prompt Service day and night. A. Beezlev FUNERAL DIRECTOR Office Over National Bank. Residence Phone 3. Office Phone 27 LANCASTER, KY. Moving Picture Play At The OfficeHoursla. Kex Theater . M. K. Benny ani . A. Wtaler Doctors Of Denial Sirgery. Office: StormesBulldlngoverHurt & Ander son's Furniture Store. LANCASTER, - KENTUCKY. NEXT TUESDAY NIGHT. Dr. Wm. D. Pryor, NOTICE. of the Citizens The Stock-holdeNational Band of Lancaster, Ky., will hold their annual election at the banking house inXancaster, Ky., on Tuesday January 12, 1915 for the purpose of electing directors to serve forthe ensuing year. ' ;W. F. Champ, Cashier. rs 12-ll-- 4t Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. Office at Rainey's Livery Stable. - 1. k Lancaster,- Kentucky Office West Bids i The Central Record, Office Hour . ra. to U. 1 p. m. tp . B- - IF. -- $1.00 Per Year. DENTIST. Phone 65. Walteb Lexington Street v1 ' Lancaster Ky. V"- - --- .! , .. ,.'j r- .i ' tvr