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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): January 14, 1915 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1915 cen1915011401_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): January 14, 1915 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1915 $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. J TWRNTT FIFTH TIAR. the: AND Y LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON. JANUARY 14, 1915. (!o to the Itex tonight. Help tin war central record. PURE REUOJOA, UNTARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND HOOD GOVERNMENT. WE NEED GOOD NUMBER 41. ROADS. SAD DEATH. Mr. and Mrs. T. I,. Kelly, who live near Hyattsvilie, have the sympathy of the community in the hss of their lltlli! ndnpted daughter, Laura Hendricks, who died at their home last Tuesday night, of acute nephritis. She was Just live years old and was buried at lluckeye near the grave of her mother, who died a few years ago. , RANGES COME RANGES GO but with you stays the one YOU KNOW. The crv of today is not only for the iron rail and the lire snortinglocomotive Don't f nil olT the water wagon, crossing the aontinent and traversing Dili joil ever 'C the roads in wi wry valley of importance, but for the condition? hlrling automobile and for haid sur We have lived in Garrard sometime faced roads passing close to the farmtend of every farmer in the land. No liut never have we Keen the rends in county will come into Its nwn that has kucIi condition. bad mails. What about onrs? Now that Xmas Htnl New year are we have the ground hog to think over BANKS ELECT OFFICERS. uliout and talk ahout. At the regular meeting of the If ou can't go yourself, send some tockholders of the different banks in one to the Hex Theater tonight and the city last Tuesday, all the old direchelp the war sufferers. and they in turn tors were The program at the Itex tonight will pMiinted the same officers to serve no to for the ensuing year. Garrard county he b good one and the proceed the war sufferers. Lets fill the house. can boast of live good banks and all re in a prosperous condition as the President Wilson for the sixth time Uteinents of nil appear in this issue e has refused to aid the woman a f the Itecotd. fight for n constitutional suit-rag- sufferer. ' PLANS FOR MERCY. PARENTS TAKE NOTICE. Help the war sufferers. The Central The second team of the Lancaster Record is treasurer of this fund and radeil school begins on Monday, any donations sent to this office with anuary U.jlh., and it is very important the name and amount given will lie lat all those who expect to enter this pulilished. term should be there promptly on this iy. All parents should see to this, as The entire proceeds nt the Ilex Theater this Thursday night will lie nly those who are regularly enrolled and whose attendance is perfect will be Riven to the "Committee of Mercy' ntitled to promotion to the higher for the benefit of the war sufferers, grad-- s. livery one should nttend this show. The The Kentucky Committee of Mercy is a part of the national organization of the same nnme, which has as its aim the of the various activities that already arc engaged in send ing help to the women and children made destitute by the war. Some thirty five or forty eople constitute the Kentucky Committee. Dr. K. L. I'owell pastor of Christian church of Ixmisville is the chairman of 11 the Kentucky Committee of Mercy, iE! while Mrs. John Stormes is Chairman t Garrard cnunty. We hope Garrard will do her part and we believe she will as both picture Iioa's will give the proceeds of one ght to the fund. We hope every one will attend The 3" ex tonight and help make this fund s Call and See our Line of lirge as possible. ,1 The following have contributed eek. this $3.00 3.00 Stoves and The liberality of Messrs Herron anil Terrill m offering the proceeds of their Itex Theater tonight for the benefit of 1.50 the war sufferers is very creditable 1.00 stale's ndeed and we should see that every R. L. Klkin 1.00 turalist, at the Farmers' Week gather- b'xly In town ses that show tonight si ' G ng at Lexington, and in the same talk Sunt, Unrksilale llamlett believes a CHERRY FORMALLY ENTERS Si said, "Kentucky is that aler the I'ebruary apportionment TV state." Men like Mr. from the State school fund has been Carmodv certainly will meke it that RACE FOR GOVERNOR. paid there will still remain to its credit even if it Is not, if they are given the Dr. II. H. Cherry, of Bowling Green, at least JfiW.fKjO notwithstanding th right encouragement. president of the Western Kentucky per capita was increased u cents this State Normal School, has made his year. ANOTHER PRODUCTIVE ACRE formal announcement for the DemoChairman Hoover, of the American Mr. Robert Naylor, who lives out the cratic nomination tor Governor of Commission for Relief in Ilelgium, sajs Kemper lane in this county, is a totiac- - Kentucky in the three local daily papers the food supply in sight will only last co raiser of no small ability, when he f Rowling Green. until rebruary 15, when th extinction tells us that on one acre of ground. He was born and reared in that part 1 of a race is Missible. In the Valley of which included his Entire crop, he f the state. Meuse, he says, tin- - French peasants raised l'JOO pounds and sold the it at th are confronted by starvation, and many l'eoples Tobacco warehouse at Danville AMPAIGN AGAINST , deaths have already occured. or n little for a net sum of 19 cents a poind. over This is the ILLITERACY. most productive single acr we have CHANGE PULPITS. The Statewide campaign against ll '.V heard uf in the county. Hetr. S. II. I'olhtt is helping the pas iteracy will be given an impetuus this tor of Ilurgin in a meeting this week ear by the activity of 120 of the lead. WE ARE CLIMBING. Hro and will preach there Sunday. ing orators of Kentucky, who will take l.ee, of Ilurgin. will till the pulpit at A few years ago Kentucky stood but the platform in every county in the the Methodist church next Sunday. third from the bottom of the American State under the auspices ot tht Ken states as measured by the literacy of tucky Illiteracy Commission. SOME BUTCHER. her children. Now it stands, according Details of the 9peaking campaign unofficial figures, about eight or and the dates will be arranged by Mrs It, II Wilkerson is such a good to Mr. tenth from the bottom, dua principally Cora Wilson Stewart, president of the Imtcher he can cut a porter house steak to the work of the women of Kentucky commission, and State Superintendent from a link of bologna sausage, he can in forcing the improvement of the Hamlett. cut mutton chops from pig feet and he school system and the compulsory can also convince you that a four year school law. Measured by another test INFECTED HERD DESTROYED old rooster is a spring chicken. equally as valuable Kentucky stands at the very top of the list of American IN JESSAMINE COUNTY. NO KENTUCKY BUILDING states as measured by the number of and die from The last cattle in the State known There will not be a Kentucky build her children that suffer to be infected with the foot and mouth ing and the State will not be represent tuberculosis. disease were killled and buried by the ed at the I'anama-I'acifiKxusitfon. Remember "ZUDORA," United States Government inspector The General Assembly failed to mak of Dr. It. G. Law an appropriation for that purpose at the Opera House Friday under the the Commissioners appointed to solicit Night. ZUDORA is the girl of mystery. ton in charge of the inspectors in this district. The animals killed were private subscriptions did notgetenough and four in number and were the property to even pfc their expenses in making of C. W. Owen, of Jessamine county the effort. The movement is all off, MASON AND DIXON LINE. and were the last of a herd which were Isn't it a little strange that the found infected several weeks ago, HAVE LOST MONEY. church is the only institution which Those killed did not develope the di the sease till after the others of the herd Mat Cohen, noted exhibitor of horses seems determined to preserve times, Mason and Dixon line of dealer, says Rogers Silver Ware, Buggy Robes, Leather and Duck and an extensive have been that many Nobody else seems to need war old line, had been put to death. the supplyin contractors who mounts for the Kuropean war have lost and by common consent the mark o FAMILY OF ALEXANDER Legglns at BARGAINS. secticn-alisand has been defaced money, instead of getting rich, as is would hardly be recognized now except He sys that cond popular opinion. Oliver Syracuse Plows. A few for the church. Still there are indica WORKING FOR HIS PARDON tions imposed by the government hav been so rigid us to cause the rejection tions that within the next few years A unique petition is being circulated of thirty per cent of the horses bought even these valiant soldiers of the cross by the family and a few friends will decide upon plans of union and George Alexander, the convicted bank for resale. enter the last vestige of er. It is directed to the Governor, and too deep for earthly resurrection. Th requests him to issue a full pardon to Agents for the Reliable American Fence. The best STORE. AN Chattanooga Tradesman. Mr. Alexander for all offenses embodiei fence made. Lancaster may boast of an excellent in the several judgements rendered Dry Goods store. Joseph's emporium INTERESTING CLUB MEETING against him at the recent term of th for Ladies has been wonderfully ini Ilourbou Circuit Court. is pleasant to note the increasing It proved by the addition of their new The exact wording of the petition i i front and Mr. Arthur Joseph informs xpular interest in the study of Art follows; grow as the editor that their spiing stock will the omans t lub. and also the "To His Kxcellency, Gov, James 11, far excel any of their previous Dry ing love of really good pictures. Kach McCreary; We, the undersigned, fo: Goods shown 'n Lincaster. Our best leader thruout the year has illustrated divers reasons, some for ono reason, r subject with pictures but it remain some for another, but all moved by a wishes are ix'eiuled to this thrifty to get these ed for Mrs. McRoberts energetic firm. common sympathy for the family of 31 IC 1 C DC pictures together and arrange them in George Alexander, of l'aris Ky, who a systematic and artistic way on the has ulready been sufficiently punished SIMPLIFIED SPELLING. walls of the club loom for her meeting and broken in health by the ordeals The Art The Record is trying to adopt sim lsat Thursday afternoon. through which he has passed, hereby many If we could just re- galleries she discussed, showing plified spelling. petition you to extend him a pardon for member to spell such words as; altho, reproductions of the pictures they con- all the offenses embraced in the several ilecalog, pedagog, program, thoro, tained made a very interesting meeting. judgments against him in the llourbon About twenty live women were pre thru, catalog, demogog, prolo, tho, Circuit Court." thorofare, thruout, aud others we might sent and all agreed they owed Mrs. Mc Should Gov. McCreary issue a pardon white mans burdtn a little Roberts a vote of thanks for getting to Mr. Alexander before he is confined help lift the tendency to make edu- the pictures together and arranging in besides it has a the penitentiary, it will create an un cation more practical. Simplified spell them. usual situation. Indicted on thirty-twing has much to commend it. eounts and pleading guilty to seven, inHENRY BOSWORTH IN TOWN. volving defalcation of an amount said until the Big Stock is sold. Gome one Come GOOD SHOW. $300,000, in case of his Mr. Henry osworth. a candidate for to be close to all. Get the Bargains. pardon before confinement in the peniMr. W. J. Romans .ho proprietor of the democratic nomination for governor tentiary he will have succeeded in es the Lancaster Opera House, deserves paid this office a pleasant call Wednes caping without ever seeing the inside To the first 15 Ladies making a purchase great credit for the class of shows he day. All who did not hafe the- pleasure of a orison, as since his conviction and is bringing to hia play house this winter. of seeing him in person can see a Saturday; the one making the largest purchase appeal he has been occupy' and possibly the best one that "counterfeit piesentment" of him on pending an Tho last living apart will receleve a Dress Pattern, Free. for some timo page 3 of thif issue. You will sec that ing a suite of rooms in the has been in Lancaster showed at he is a handsome man, and you will nients of the jailer, which are separate was the Vogel Minstrel that is Those find him affable, courteous and tlior and distinct from the jail proper. It his house last Monday night. Come Early and be the lucky one to receive the prize- reported that the circulators of the pewho missed this, missed the treat of oughly capable to fill the olllce to which His democracy was never titions have already secured more than their lives. It wis a comprehensive he aspires. coalition of eminent vocalist's, come questioned by any man and hs now (ills 300 signatures. dians, dancers and Instrumentalists and the olllce of State Auditor, with credit For Rest. M. the time given to enjoy this pretentious to himself and the democracy of the I desire to rent my property on Richperformance was exceedingly well state. He has friends in this county LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. who will woik for him till the polls mond street. Possession given Feb'y, pent. Kead 1st. close and support him heartily. I Robert Ung. Sr. his announcement. that Please haad 3C Great arriird Hank and Trmt Co.. TIME TO SPRAY TREES. Mrs. Kmma Higginbotham gifts for the King ,'Now is the time to spray your trees White Presbyterian church r the San Jose scale," said J. II. E. Stormes armody. the expert horticul- - Cooking Utensils. HASELDEN BROS. Wholesale and Retail Hardware. g MA JESTIC CONN BROTHERS. Lancaster, Ky. BjafjWJlgJafrlJi !; IfirrglriatlrraAIMirS. tgip WE COMPETE WITH QUALITY 1 I I I GLEN LILY Why? BECAUSE A Million Dollars I i I I I LIVE and LET LIVE FOLKS has been-spen- t RANGES Cook at attractive prices. i I in the courts trying to prove that Bleached Flour Is not injurous to health BECAUSE Glen Lily is the only Flour on this market NOT Bleached. CAN YOU afford to let price destroy both Health and Quality. c dir-cti- on Garrard Mill ing Oo. Heating1 Stoves j See the 1st. episode of that celebrated serial picture fif Vulcan Plows at a Big Reduction ZUDORA AT THE If J. E. Mount, Son & Co. LOOK LANCASTER OPERA HOUSE FRIDAY NIGHT "ZUDORA" Is released by the famous Thann-housFilm Co., and has the same cast as the Million Dollar Mystery. er SPECIAL SALE o Tljargaret Snow, - who appeared as "Countess Olga" in the Million Dollar Mystery, will be seen as Zudora, jhe girl of Mystery. Don't fail to see the first Installment Friday Night. An excellent program Is assured you i riv-- LYONS ac Admission: 5 and 10 Cents. u ir ui $ Page 2 The Central Record. Thursaay Jm 14 1915. I continues to lead the Market. I 11111 Chenault & Hatton 2455 pounds, $ 268.10 Ross & Ross 2070 pounds $ 347.42 McGrath,Williams & Son 2050 pounds ? 244.43 Collins & Phelps 1300 pounds 136.97 Coy & Bellamy 3800 pounds 5 1 1 .70 Prewitt S Ross 2135 pounds 249.61 House 6 Ross 2310 pounds 274.30 VH Yesterday we sold average 11.89 average 10.52 average 13.46 average 11.70 average 11.80 average $10.92 average 11.70 HBM pounds 1 33,4-4- 5 of Tobacco at a general floor average of $8.65 - Clay Broaddus 4015 pounds Phelps & Royce, 3720 pounds HHH $445.60 436.16 414.70 219.69 261.60 569.64 202.05 I Oldham & Azbill 3900 pounds Ross 6 Kelly 1280 pounds Dora Wheeler 2315 pounds Coy & Coy 5275 pounds Winn & Anderson 1615 pounds average 10.63 average 12.76 average 11.30 average 10.80 average 1251 average $10.84 average 10.65 "We Give You a Square Deal." Bring Your Tobacco To The Hi E LEAF TOBACCO INCORPORATED. W E C OMPAN KENTUCKY. RICHMOND, CRYING The readers of this paper will b pleased to learn that there la at least on dreaded disease that science has been able to cure In all Its staKs, and that la Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure la the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional disease, requires a constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure la taken Internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous aurfacea ot the system, thereby Oitrojrlnir the foundation of the disease, and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting natureln doing Its work. The proprietors have so much faith In its curative powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that It falls to cure. Send for list ot testimonials. CO., Toledo. O. Address: F. J. CHENEY N Fold by all Dnisrlsts. Tte, Take Halls Family Pllla for constipation. $100 Reward, $100 FOR HELP. Grow- HAMMACK I'M NT I.1CI.. I'll K.M'II KlCNVI MiK. Lois of It in Lancaster But Daily ing Less. The kidneys often cry for help. Not another organ in the whole hodv more delicately constructed. Not one more important to health. The kidneys nre the filters of the blood. When they fail the blood become foul and poifonou?. There can be no health where there ia poisoned blood. Backache is one of the frequent in dication of kidney trouble. It is often the kidneys' cry for help-Hee- d Notice To Customers it. Read what Do an 'a Kidney Pills have done for overworked kidneys. Read what Doan's have done for Lancaster people. and Friends of The Lancaster Dry Cleaning Co. We have moved our Dry Cleaning Shop to my home on East Water one-ha- lf Frank Hibbard, Water St., Lancas ter, Ky., says: "I had weak kidneys. Their action was irregular and often painful. My back pained me. It was then that I used Doan's Kidney Pills. Th?y fixed me up in Rood shape. The pains left and my kidneys became normal." Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney remed- y- get Doan's Kindev Pills the same that Mr. Hibbard had. Co., Props,, BuffaU N. Y. Foster-Milburn Lord. Small pox and scarlet fever is raging Street, square of Lexing- throughout the community. ton street, and can do your Dry Mr. T. Whitaker spent Saturday night and Sunday with his parents. Cleaning cheaper as our expenses Miss Icy Masters, has recoered from a severe scell of typhoid fever. are less. Mr. Russel Bolton who has been very We appreciate your business in ill with pneumonia is improving. Miss Jennie Sparks, spent Sunday the past and can give you better the with her cousin Miss Delia Johnson. service in the future as our plant destroys the hearing. Miss Stella Ford and Marie Ray, To cure catarrh you must htve someis built for the business. were the gUist of their cousins Miss things that will quickly reach the L!da Mae and Nell Rav Sunday. diseased tissues, kill the germs, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Whitaker spent drive out the poison Hyomei is just such a remedy. Being Saturday night and Sunday with her a mixture of antiseptic oils that you cousin Mr. and Mrs, Wilbcrt Daily. through a small intaler its Mr, and .Mrs. Bradford Burdett who breathe medication cannot help have recently moved to their new going direct to the raw and intlumed home on Paint Lick creek, was with lining of the nose and throat, quickly LOUIS FAULKNER, Mgr. her parents Saturday night and Sunday. feeling, sto- relieving that choked-uPhone 230, Died at the home of Mr. and Mrs. ping the unclean discharges, and healWill Land their little son Edward, who ing the sore spots -- you breathe freely,. had beeii suffering for about a week Even the worst cases respond nt o.ice. with scarlet fever. There is nothing for the treatment cf He has gone to join the angels in the catarrh ills that iV easier, more pleas' streets of shining gold. ant or so satisfying as Hyomei. R. E. We extend our hand of sympathy to McRoberts eells it on the pay" plan. his parents and relatives. Mrs. P. 12. Parrish In improving. Mrs. Vina Hurt Is visitingher mother ( Mr. J. Wade Walker spent Monday Joe Cress It attending school at LanMrs. D. G. Ross. in Richmond. caster. Corb Manuel sold hn tobacco crop at Mr. Ebb Cooley, of Frankfort was Mr. J. II. Rigsby has been sick but I Lancaster for He. a visitor here on Fiiday. I is better. Such letters come from alt parts of Mr. J. It. Woods spent several days Mrs. Gideon Itothwell is very low Quincy Carpenter visiied S. I). Car- Mr. Burnett Says .Wonderful Treatment the country This remedy ia known in Richmond th past week. with typhoid fever. J penter's. , Saved His Life With Few Doses. everywhere for Its remarkable results Miss Grace Comely, of Lancaster, Mis Gertrude Adams visited Mr. 'and Born to the wife of Menifee McQuer Remedy .Mayr Wonderful Stomach , was the attractive week-en- d visitor of Mrs. Tom (.'ill. ry a baby girl, January 5th. Horace Burnett of Somerset Kv.. clears the digestive tract of mucoid acMiss Nannie Conn. Miss Carrie Naylor visited Misses James Point?r has moved in the house It was n sufferer from Stomach disorders cretions and wiinous matter. Messrs Burdett Ramsey, Walter Lul.i and Junie Brown. vacated by Samuel Starns. for a long time. His condition became brings swift relief to sufferers from Norman and Zack Hester took their toBig Henry I.unsford has moved to highly ferious and he feared an opera- ailments of the stomach, liver und bowLou McQurrry has a very sick boy, bacco to Richmond Monday. the Wils Ixigan property. els. Many declare it has saved them tion. they tear it is pneumonia. Messrs R. N. and Jesse Beazlevwere from dangerous iierallons and The levins and Hammonds families Htook Mayr's Wonderful Stomach are sure it has saved their lives. many Arch Miller and wife vis.tcd her fath called to Paris the past week by the ' .have moved to M. F. Lawrence's. In n Remedy and got swift results. er W. F. Parsons Saturday. death of their mother Mrs. Khzebeth We want all people ulin have chronic J Mrs. W, II. Cummins continues about letter telling eis exeriencc he wrote: There has been so much rain the roads Beazlev. "Your treatment has certainly help.! stomach trouble or ronstipation, no the .mine. She has been sick over two Mrs. Rice Wood, and children were1 are getting very bad in this vicinity. me wonderfully. I took my fifth time matter of bow long standing, (otrytine j the guests of her sister, .Mrs. Geoffrey weeks. last night nnd it brought good results. dose of Mayr's Wonderful Slomarh Mist Katie Clark of Cartcrsville visMr. Charles V'aught, of Danville, .Morgan in .Mauisqn Tor several days iloe will convince you. I have one more dose to take and I Reinedv-on- e ited her sister Mrs. Menifee McQuerry the past week. visited the family of Mr. and Mrs. J. Your tonic is This is the medicine so many of our think I will be well. W. Brown. last week. Mrs. W. B. Mason, of Lancaster and I can wonderful. eat anything now people have been taking with surprisMr. and Mrs. Burch Hester have John Tankersley, son of Henrv Mrs. R. A. Haynes of Hillsboro, Ohio, that I want to. I car. never get thru ing results. The most thorough system and wife have moved back were the guests of Mrs. R. J. Walker moved from btanroril to one or Mr. I), thanking you for your medicine, for I cleanser ever sold. Mayr's Wonderful M. Anderson's farms. from Indiana. the past week. 'know it saved my life, for I have tried Stomach Kemedy is now sold liere by Miss Anna Wesley Sprinkles, of all the doctors and they said I would It. r.. .viciiooert ami iiruggiits ewry-hav- e nice Poland E. G. Hammack bought a Mrs. Lee Ledford entertained the B. Shelby City, has been visiting her where to be oierated on." China sow and 3 shunts from A. J. Y. P. U. at Mr and Mrs. Robert Led-forsistes, Mrs. F. I.. Thompson. Hammack for 1. on Monday evening In a most Mrs. Rosana Graves has returned to Miss Lizzie Tankersley returned home delightful manner. her home in Rockcastle after a nice jfcpSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSR Friday from her sister's Mrs. Charles Mrs. Mittie Arnold and .Mrs. R. D. visit to the families of J. J. Thompson to Ramsey near Lancaster. s Pitts who have been the guests of MraJ and J. M Cress. 73 James McQuerry's little boy died Burdett Ramsey have returned to their 5to to Little Calvin Blankenship has had Much homes in the Hoosier state. 73 January 5th with pneumonia. pneumonia but is now out of danger. to to sympathy is extended the family. Miss Estill Walker was hostess at u Dr. J. A. Harmon, of Crab Orchard, 71 73 most enjoyable "At Home" on Friday had the case in charge. to afternoon In honor of Mrs. William Rev. J. O. Williams, of the Louisrnil HAVE YOU CATARRH? Beattie Denny. A delicious salad and ville Baptist Theological Seminary will to to 73 ice course was served. preach Saturday night. Sunday, and Via to It's a Gangerous Disease Hyomei is the The newly appointed mail carriers Sunday i.ight at the Baptist church. 73 pound hogs to will assume their duties on February J. M, Cress bought 3to ' Effective Remedy. :k first. Mr. William Rogers will have of E. L. Wilson at GJ cts., four 750 to route no. '1 and Mr. Stephen Todd route pound heifers from B. M. Kennedy at Premier Carrier of thstSculh Catarrh, which is indicated by no. 3. nnd A. F. Caldwell will continue fi cts., some fat cows from Rockcastle sniflling, frequent colds and crusts in parties at !J cts. on route no. 1. "ST LOUIS SPECIAL" the nose is a serious disease and if not awallow Jl a t make Quite a number of voung people checked surely spreads to the.delicate Uijrh-claas.stc- el equipped train; through DrawinR-rorold adage. W note liningof air passages, and frequently gathered ot .Mr. E. L. Woods on Satur- - """lnier" KENTUCKIAN ESCAPES OPERATION BY USING MAYR STOMACH REMEDY FAST WINTER SERVICE TO FLORIDA N EW SOUTHERN RAILWAY Pullman Sleeping Cara to Ashuvillc and Jacksonville. ft 7 r i'i "w Lancaster Dry Cleaning Co health-restorin- g p day evening for the purpose of organiz- - with pleasure the arrival of the blue"" ing a "Glee Club". Prof.G. L. Water- -' lj'ri1, '""e" ,0 bury will direct the work und as there ""linger ot Spring, One of the recent rainy days Drakes are a number of good voices In our village we have right to expect some creek was so high that when Rice and high class entertainments in the near' Henry Arnold tried to crops the stream after achool so they could get home, future. they had to give up in despair und take shelter for the night in n nearby tobacBilliousness and Constipation Cured. co barn. If you are ever troubled with bilious JJThe Baptist Sunday school is proness or constipation you will be interest gressing nicely. Attendance and ined in the statement of R. F. i'rwin, terests are increasing. Number prePeru, Ind. "A year ago list winter I sent Sunday 53, this being only an had an attack of indigestion followed average attendance. Six classes runby biliousness and constipation. Seeing ning nicely. A live Home Department Chamberlain a Tablets so highly recom- is also in operation. Since resignation mended, I bought a bottle of them and of Prof. Johnson, Mr. Alfred Owens they helped me right away." For sale has been chosen as superintendent anil by all dealers. lm he will make a good one, ! ijto J STEEL COACH ES (to Sto DINING CAR SERVICE All Electric Lighted G- Olhrr Famous Southern Resort - ' y Aiken Augusta I to Ito car service communicate u ith your local agent, or M.irU liull.lliij!, l.miKMllr, Summcrvillc to Very Low Homeseeker.-i- ' Fares Winter Tourist 50 Excursion Fares Stopover aau other special features. to 73 For information as to schedules, fares anil through Jleeplng to n. II. TOIII). IHMrlrl I'ntseniier Aenl Charleston Columbia Savannah u 7. 73, K. to: 73 to 7S: 5RSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSR SRSRSRSRSR Registered Hereford Bull SEASON 1915. Service $2.00 Cash. Two miles from Lancaster on the Richmond pike. TO R. E. HENRY. Lancaster Tobacco Warehouse STANFORD I Are You a Woman? STREET. m Gardui Tin Woman's Tonic Ptt SALE AT C. A. Speith Co., Managers No Commission Charged. We Pay Highest Market Prices. Unload The Same Day. Mi DfN)WSTS r at The Central Record, Thursday Jan GOVERNORSHIP ,14, 1915 Page 3 Send Your Tobacco To The fl FARMERS HOME TQBAC COJM SE INCOIU'OKATKI) "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. Farmers Home Tobacco Warehouse Co. Warehouse on Virginia Avenue, between Broadway and Limestone, LEXINGTON, KY. Highest Prices PAID AT New Lexington is the place to sell your tobacco, where you get strong competition, and if you want the best prices for your Tobacco, sell at the Shelburne New SHELBURNE Warehouse where you get the best light to show it, and where the parties running the sales are interested in getting you the highest prices. On their last sale at their No 1 warehouse the highest price was $37.00, and the highest average for a crop of 2,170 pounds was $22.28. This crop came In a carload from Owen- - County and sold as follows: Two hundred 153 and ten pounds, 8; $37, 315 200 190 171) 50; 2S0 pounds' $14.75; 300 pounds 3S0 pounds, $15; 205 165 pounds. $13; 295 pounds, $14.-7- pound. $33; till pounds, $25; 185 pounds, pounds. pound;, $13.75: 11.25; 270 $3.40; 220 pounds, $22; pounds, $18.75; 205 pounds, $18.tt; pounds, $17; 145 $19.25; $13.25; pounds. $10,75; 70 pounds, pounds. $13.60. Ike I'arrish & pounds. $10.25: SO pounds, 185 Averajf". $22.28. Mason, Wocdford-2- 00 200 pounds, $19; 370 oundi, $19.50; pounds. $17.75; 345 pounds, $17.70; 260 pounds, $17.75. 210 pounds pounds, $16.- - pounds, $19.50; 170 pounds, $18.75; 2S5 pounds, $17; 240 pounds, $17; 335 pounds, $17.25; 170 pounds, $16; 125 pounds, $14.75; 280 pour.ds, $14.75; 200 pounds. $13.25; 295 pounds, $15.75; 355 pounds, $9.75; 225 povnds, $11; 375 pounds, $S.. 75; 0,275 pounds sold for $949.69, an average of $15.15. contlauei to sell at good prices, but the common to be getting lower. dark stuff teems Good tobacco tended by th companies thlt t property or the railroad company was assessed at more than Its teal value by (hp present board), and that IN OLD KENTUCKY the assessment against farm Innd and city lots must be raised before the assessment against the property compnnlcs f the rould tie Helped' I tallruad companies and other ror j Increased,railroad poratlons liable In a franchise tax hud State Auditor Who Has I do not liellnvo the farm lands of been Inadeauatclr aaHRaf.d for manv to Bring About Fairer Valua- rears, nnd (onseniientlr ui rn nti i.nv.llhl Mate are Generally assessed fore iiir their fair proportion ot the taxes '"stlnti and valuation as low as the state and the counties and half ot their real value. If the valu? tion ot Franchises ot Big tun intm lamia or mis stain snnuia titles tiiereln. Diirlnc my ramnalstn the In estimated by Corporations Is a Candidate for auditor In 1911, I pledged the nco Income derived capttalltlng on net the therefrom lie that, It elected would fully and fairly Investigate this sutie(t and, If taMs of 6 per cent, which met.iod Is For Democratic Nomination I found that the franrhlses of these emplnved to find the value of railroad property It would he demonstrated corporations were not fairly asses-oilas chairman of the board I would use that real estate at present Is nssessed my power to correct any official de- at approximately the full value there' RUNNING ON RECORD linquency that hail theretofore exist- ot In other words, If the same nioda valu.' or method of ascertaining AS PUBLIC SERVANT ed In that respect. Soon after entering upon my official should be applied to find the value ol duties as auditor I raused a careful real estate It would be shown that examination to be made of the reports leal estate Is assessed at Its full Full Day's Work For Pull Day's made by all corporations for nshess- 'alue. The court, preliminary to an Injunction, required these Pay and a Square Deal In ment purposes to asccttaln whether I corporations In the past hud companies to pay on a ablation Rich and Poor tiiese adequately assessed for the pur- f.reatly In excess of any sum they had Taxation For Leeu Alike In His Platform. poses ot finding out the truth as to paid on In previous years. Tiie aggrethe actual value of this character of gate Increase In the amount of taxes To the Democrats ot Kentucky: property In the slate. laid by these companies In the year After due rellectlon have fully de-- I I had thin Information carefully pre- 1912 over tho year 1911 was about elded to become a randldalo for the pared, In writing, and when thn time M 23.000, In the years 1913 and 1914 Democratic nomination for governor came to assexs these franchises laid 'a like sum waa collected from these ot this gnat state. I do this with a It before my colleagues on this board, companies. During the three years full sense ot thn high responsibility The result of the Investigation I of my administration tiiese four com Incurred, If nominated, and the obliga- made of this subject showed that panies have paid to the state $3,j,000 tions that will rest upon me If elected. most of the small companies doln more In taxe than was paid by them I have been a Democrat all my life luslness In the state had previously ' during a like period of time under the my Immediate f nd hae never voted against a party been properly assessed; but tho large odmlntstrntlon of .My father before me was corporations of the state, those with predecessors. r.rmlneo. These suits now penda Democrat, and I am proud to say r.reat power and political Influence, ing, when decided, will determine that I iiavo five brothers of the same bad been grossly underassessed finally the amount of taxes these comfaith, all of whom have been equally (either by design or through panies will have to pay annually to ! Icyal with myself to the Democratic One of the moat llagrant the state In the future, and the quesnow ask that the people, examples of favoritism extended by tion of the real value of this property faith, and of tills great commonwealth shall r.y predeeensors In olilcp was that of will no longer be open to discussion, It Is Important that the question ot value of these franchises should be Judicially determined and forever settled, because the belief has prevailed in this state among all the people for j feme years that the big corporations cf the state were always active in politics of tho two dominant parties In tile state, with the end In view ot being favored In the assessment of 'HsssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssV their franchises. With franchises cf corporations assessed at their real value, as they should be, the corporations will be taken out of politics in this state, as they ought to be. As auditor of the state for the past titree years I have also been a member of the sinking fund commission ' 'BSSSSSSSSSSSBSSSSSHBsi of the state and, having Information pained while acting in that capacity, I believe I am thoroughly familiar with the fiscal affairs ot the state. I am In favor of and, If elected, will advocate the passage of a law that will require that all state supplies used at all state Institutions to be purchased by the competitive bidding system, and that the lowest open bid for supplies furnished all Institutions be accepted, and I believe the state could easily save $100,000 a year by Inaugurating such a system. I am in favor ot and will work for. ' ' W- If elected governor, the establishment tt, .lssssssssssssssssss of a system of taxation that will be fair and Just to rich and poor alike, and that will cause t'ae listing of personal property far taxation, which i.ow, because of the rate of taxation l: many taxing districts, does not pay any taxes at all, and that will place the burden of taxation where It belongs, on those best able to bear it. I am In favor of such legislation,'' or cf a constitutional amendment. It necessary, to put a fixed and definite limit upon the rate of taxation In Kentucky, a step which I believe will cause our officials to follow a policy of economy and eftlclency In the handling of the people's funds. I am opposed to the convict labor system and favor the abolition ot the HENRY M. BOSWORTH. present contract system and the ellm with orform their Judgment of my character, the Cincinnati Gas Transportation Ination of the competition honesty and Intelligence and titness company. The franchise of this, com- ganized labor that Is the direct rcMilt for the otllce, after a critical exam- pany was assessed for the year 1911 of It. I am In favor at the use of conination of my official conduct, and at $30,824 and paid to the state taxes victs to produce what Is needed bj after making careful Inquiries of cn that assessment amounting to the state Institutions and of the purthose who know me as to my reputa- f 134. Kor the year 1912 tho franchise chase ot a farm on which they may tion for honesty and fair dealing to of this company was assessed by the Isbcr in the open air to produce tho ell men, and It Is for them to say I resent board at S I ,SUt;.ns." and paid foods needed In these Institutions. I am In thorough sympathy with whether I am entitled tiv a continua- to the state that year tho sum ot tion of that support and of the con- $9,331 In taxes, and a like sunt for the farmer, having been a farmer and living on a farm all my life. I will do fidence they have In the past so gen- each succeeding year During tho four years of ray ad- all I can as governor for the great erously accorded me. While acting as treasurer of tho ministration this one company will agricultural Interests of Kentucky rtate during the fearful financial have paid to the state In taxes on Its and the men and women engaged Ir panic of 1907, I made such disposition tianchlse on the assessment made l it. As long as the farmer Is prosperous every other Interest In tho of the funds of the state in my care. this hoard the sum of $37,324, wherestate Is prosperous, und alt her peoduring that critical time as to pre- as, had this board permitted thn serve the credit of tho state, without of previous years in stand. ple share In disaster to them as well Imperiling or detro)lriB the credit of would In four years have paid the l In tuelr prosperity. single Institution In the elate and rtate IGlfi. The state will Save If I am elected gove'rnor I will do In further the good roads without the loss ft a slnglo dollar of from this company on the In- all I crease of Its assessment in four years movement, and all that Is possible to the state's fund. Thn auditor ot the state, by virtue the sum of $3ft,7US. enough to pay thn secure a liberal appropriation for the cf his otflco. Is chairman of the board salary of state auditor for ten years. schools and their continued Improveof valuation and assessment of the The total assessed aluo of the ment. If the people want for governor of slate ot Kentucky, whlcu board has franchises of all corporations In the duty which Is of state for the taxlne vear of 1311 was the state a man who will devote his entrusted to It a more Importance to the people of tho tV"tI,CI7. on which the state and what talents ho may have itato than any other duty connected celved In taxes the sum of 12I1.21S "2, entirely to their welfare, without with that otllce. It Is tho function total assessed value of thelgard to any future political of which I :ave of that board, of all corporations In the, n ent (f"r I believe thero can be no been ciinlrman fur the past three state made by the present board, of higher otllco, certainly no hlsh'r I am chairman, tor the years, to value and aBsets for jearjrr, than the governorship of the state taxation, the franchises of all railroad 191.1 was SlIUMl.tl.S. on which the in which I was born aud reared), then companies and public service corpoia-tlon- i taxes due the state amounted toll want the nomination. There It no doing business within the state. f 12,107. On this assessment In the reason why the officials of the state This character of property forms a Increase of the revenues of the state should fall to give to the state the considerable proportion ot the total amounted to J370.889 a year. In four trine devotion to duty as Is exacted taxable property In thn state and the jears the increase In revenues ot the Ly any buslnesa corporation of Its amount ot taxes these companies are state from this source will amount to employes, and I promise the people t squired to pay Is dependent upon the J 1.500.000 In round numbers. not only to devote that time ru)selt nature of the assessment made The four largest railroad comraj to their Interests, but. so far as gainst them.. That Is, If the assess- res In the state brought suit In the may have the power to see that every ment of their property la too low, federal court In Kentucky enjoining other employe In executive depart- these corporations will not be charged the collection of the Increased taxes jmenti of the state government does with their full share of the public levied on their franchises. The same. A full day's work for a full burden. If too hlfh, then the owners clpal grounds relied tiion by these (day's pay will be the motto followed thereof pa nui than their fair pro- companies to maintain their suit was, 'In the governor's office If I am elect-Iportion of thsfRxM ot the state. substance, that the farm lands and ed, and It will apply to all thn other It waa a matter ot common report other real estatn In Kentucky was not departments over which I may have ot Ita even the semblance ot control or and general baHal among the people assessed at more than HENRY M. 003W0UT. o( tala iUU that the fraaehlsss ot teal valua (It was not seriously con- - fiuenco. HENRY BOSWORTH IN RACE FOR jcARDS.j LISTEN the old 1 onu-'du- Reliable Barbershop still runs nt the some old statu on Richmond street. U. R. NEXT. 1 , H. M. DUNCAN - K. W. Morrow, Graduate Optician Ulaaaea Fitted. Satiilactlon Guaranteed. I 1 and THE NEW Opposite Post Office. , Barber Shop Bath In Connection. I I J. E. Seale.Prop Incom-leteney- ! I 1 Honakers Fine Cut Flowers. John M. McRobcrts. W. M. ELLIOTT. Physician and Surgeon LANCASTER, KY. Office Phone 6, Kesidence Phone 220. i'JaiBk H. kRsP sHWIbssssssssV J. PATRICK, Dentist. Kentucky. Faint Lick, DrW. E. McWilliams Physician and Surgeon. Phone 387-BUCKEYE, KY. Prompt Service day and night. J. A. Beazlev FUNERAL DIRECTOR Otllce Over National Bank. Residence Phone 3. Office Phone 27 LANCASTER. KY. Phone 229. Office Hours J o" to 12 ito4.7to9p- a. m. - mj M. K. Denny and Office: W.A. Wheeler Doctors Of Dental Snriery. Stormti Bulldlugocei Hurt & Ander ou' Furniture Store. LANCASTER. KENTUCKY, Dr. Wm. D. Pryor, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. Office Lancaster, at Rainey's Livery Stable. -- Kentucky 1 Offlce Houri a.m. to II. p.m. to I. Office Wen side Leilngton Street I B. F. "Walteb DENTIST. Phone 65. Lancaster, Ky. Official Directory Of Garrard Cosaty. Circuit Judue lion. Cusnei A. llardm. Hon. Kniciel Pur- L'ommomvealtbi Attorney B. Maiou. Circuit t'lerk-Wlll- lam W. II. Brown Maiter CominUilouer Truttee Jury Fund BeuJ. P. Kobluio Mlcf Sue febc'bj OAcUl Caurl Steuoiirnpher Msiou. County Judge C, A. Arnold. County Attorney CI. C, Walker. Comity Clerk J. vt, Hamilton. Deputy clerk Harry Touillnion. Coroner J, A. Jonee. 8ueilrr-- C. A. KoMuann. Deputy SLerlfl lirome T. Ballard. Superluleudaut ot ecboola Ml Jtaale U)( jer. e e i h J glee. Aiitiiar-UiK H Sauderi. 1 Deputy AMeiaorK.B. Ray. Jailer Dara Koaa Supervlaorof Uoada Sleveiand Bourns. Klmore. . rreaiurer MAOUTHATE8. J.n, prln-.th- e J.N.ultelt,Dl. Logau Iaon Snd, Dial. Joba 8.11dm Jrd.Ulit. James Coldlrou lib, Dlat. COUNTY BOAKD OK KfJUCATIOr one-ha- lf 1 Tbompa Arnold, Jr. lit. Din. R.D. UcUurtr), tud. Dlat, O. J. Ueodreo. ltd. Dial. Thomas P. Klui. tth. Dlat. C1TVOF LANCASTER.. Mayor L.O. Dsvtdaoa. Ctty Judge J. P. rrstber. City Attorney-- J. S. Robinson. Hun'. City U. Mount. Ctty AtMaaor-Jo- bn W , F. Champ. City Treasure r Police L.K. Herroa. Cblet COUNC1LMIN J. H.Daltea Parker Gregory. Silas Lexington, Shelburne. Kentucky. k Pars T Aarertke. There was a man in our town And he was wondrous wise. He'd a alt his extra profits down To use to advertise. His advertising brought him biz, Ills fame spread far and wide, And now moat half the town la his And half the countryside. SUBSCRIBE FOR The Cental Record. $1.00 Per Year. sOr.;.Aaoa. W.M.Ctaons. SemCoawa. W.O. Page 4 TheCentral Recmd A New The Central Record, Thursday Jan, 14 1915: Cettty Clerk. OPPORTUNITY OF The stork made A visit ti the home incorporated. of our popular county clerk last SaturLOCAL MERCHANT. " It Greeted By Tears In Belgium. $1.00 a ykab. day ami left another handsome bov. If Imued Weekly. thin young man proves as polit. alTable Chairmen of the American CommisA fact which long experience has J. r.. ROBINSON. Editor. and accomodating as his proud father, proven, is that work on n very great sion For Relief In Belgium, received R.L. ELKIN. Lncnl Alitor and MAT. we have every reason to think that he scale cannot be done as efficiently as from the commission's representative may be Garrard's county clerk ome on n smaller one with closer individual in the llelginn province nf Brabant n Cnttrtd M Ihe I'cul nmc III Unenter. Kj . I day. I pathetic account of tne from I m Srfm.,1 AMERICAN FLAG 1 3 1". A I KT V . I? 0.RVV1SA1 AT LAW. KY. DANVIU.K, . I' )t ATTORNEY Clin Mullcr. Member Kentucky Tress Association Young Newly Weds. didate for the Democratic nomination talks thruout the week were gems for for Commonwealth's Attorney of this. thought and. we are sure, much good the thirteenth judicial diitrict, at the wsa accomplished. August primary 1915. SHORT LIFE FOR ARMY HORSE. Mr. Oscar Farmer of this city and Eighth District Publishers League. Miss Ruth Arnold, the handsome daugh ter of Mr. Clay Arnold of this county Lancaster, Ky., January 14, 1915. surprised their friends by Flipping oiT to Jeffersonville and being nnited in marriage. The groom is only eighteen Rates For Political Announcements while the fair bride is seventeen, but For Precinct Had Citv Otlkvs .,.$ 5.00 both are capable and industrious and 10.00 or County Offices the Record predicts happy future for For State and District Offices.... 15.00 them and also joins their friends in .10 For Calls, per line congratulations. At present they are .10 For Cards, oer line with Mr. Farmer's aunt, Mrs. Lewis all publications in the InterFor on Water Street. individuals or expresest of sion of individual views, per MULES FOR THE SOUTH. 10 line 05 Messrs Geo. D. and J. F. Robinson, Obituaries, per line shipped from this place last Tuesday, a car load of mules to Macon Ga. This Announcements. is the first shipment of mules from here Wo nre authorized to announce Judge to the southern market this season. Charles A. Hardin, of Harrodsburg, a Part of the load will be forwarded to candidate for the Democratic nomlna Cordele Ga. where Mr. George RobinInn fnr Hirrlllt Judire of this, the tliir son has established a nice trade, the teer.th judicial district, at the August remaining will be sold nt Macon, by Mr. J. F. Robinson who likewise has primary 1915. built up a good trade at this point. authorized to announce C. W nr C. Fox, of Danville,' Kentucky, as a WEEK OF PRAYER. candidate at the primary election in Thru out last week, the week of nomiimtion by the August, 1915. for Democratic party as Judge of this, the prayer was observed by night services Thirteenth Judical District, of Ken- at the different churches. The attendtucky, to be voted for at the Novem- ance was larger and greater spiritual awakening was observed than ever beber election, 1915. . fore. All of the churches cancelled Em their engagements for Sunday evening We are authorized to announce met Puryear of Danville, Ky., a can and met at the Christian church. The relief imlrent starvation of the Inmates of tho 'convent of the Socurs Oblates, near nuns and ; Louvain comprising sixty-fiv- e 400 homeless children. For weeks the sisters had sheltered and fed the children, and- It wa not until the supplies of the convent were houses have been delivering that store almost exhausted that they sent an apkeeper, backed up by the country editor, peal to the commission for help. Upon we know n prosperity that ho has never receipt of the request for aid food was immediately dispatched to the convent. known. For years the country editors have The delegate who nccompanled the food worked practically for nothing. They was received by tho Mrthei Superior have had a little public advertising, and In a tattered habit. The nuns greeted they have hud miserable, underpaid the American Hag with tears in their advertisements from the local store eyes. "Children in rags and with bare legs keepers, who could not afford to do better. They and the storekeepers crowded about, asking if it were true have lived a hand to mouth existence that food wascoming,"saya the report. The editors of this country, some twenty "Many of the larger children, with pale thousand of them, supplying the public, and and aged fnecs, showed plainly tho with information, defeating the schemes terrible experiences through which they of rascals and of public grafters, doing had passed. As the delegate was leaving tho by distribution of knowledge the most important work in tho country, haw Mother Superior said: been on the whole less well paid than ."Thank God, one country at least the average janitor in the court bouse has peace itnd can so nobly show her sinpathy.for thoso at war." of a fair sized town. The business of the storekeeper Is to give better service than the mail order house can give, and he can do that now that the Parcels Post gives him the power to deliver. (By Wm. F. Miller.i Let the stoiekeeper advertise through ' Miss Minerva Cox and visitor Miss the country newspapers what he can Mlna Hamilton of Louisville, were Mondo. Mail order houses spend large sums day morning visitors at our school. each year getting out and sending out The Seminary Girls, the third numlarge catalogs and the local merchant ber of the International Bureau Co, should not complain when they get which played at our school Saturday orders if he hss not also told what he night gave a very pleasing entertainhas and his prices. ment. A large crowd greeted them. effort. to his The storekeeper who attend customer, who adjusts complulnts and makes things right, who can give ser vice, and who, with the Parcels Post, will be able to deliver Immediately any thing that is ordered in lets than one quarter the time that tfie malt order - ' Commonwealth.' Thltti-'RI- Atttrnejr Judicial tH.ltlcl, 0'f ' 1; January lltli. 1015. To The Democrats of the Thirteenth Circuit Court District. Gcntlemen:- of Two yenrs ntfo you elected rue to the oflicc of Commonwealth's Attorney elected this District to fill the unexpired part of the term of Jiuljje Ilnrtlln. he linvlng been to the oftlce of Circuit Judjje. 1 nm now n candidate for the full term, end respectfully solicit the .support of each nnd every voter. The men who have served on the Grand nud Petit juries in this District In the two disyears past. will. I am sure, hear rue witness that I have faithfully und with diligence charged my duties. 1 am asking you to elect me to the full term in the office I now hold, 1st: Because with increased experience and the knowledge I have of conditions in this district, I talieve 1 -- nd: Because I am better qualified than ever before to render you efficient service, what every faithful servant who has preceded me in this office has received, without 1 wut exception. an endorsement of his work. Judge Hardin, whose unexpired term elected to fill, was reelected to the office of Commonwealth's Attorney n second time as an Com.endorsement of his work. Judge John Sam Owsley,, who preceded Judge Hardin as office continuously monwealth's Attorney, was elected nnd reelected, having held the ten years. As I shall be continuously busy in Court for some time, and unable to devote time ' to my canvass. I will appreciate anything my friends may do tn my bshalf. ( Agaim soliciting your support. I am. SCHOOL NOTES. tie-si- re We are authorized to announce Rodman W. Keenon. of Hsrrodsburg. Ky., a candidate for the Democratic for Commonwealth'! Attorney of this, the thirteenth judicial diitrict, at the August Primary in 1915. nomination We are authorized to announce G. T. Ballard Jr. as a candidate for the democratic nomination for sheriff of GarrardCounty to fill oat the unexpired tarm of the late C. A. Robinson . subject to fb action of the Democratic bgan. party in AOffoat prjmary isio. AI SeTfnqee With L J. fcMertT A. H. Severance, baa accepted a We are authorised to announce John Run flmlev "of Stanford Ky. a candi position as chief salesman for H. J. date for the Democratic nomination for MeRoberts in his large gents' furnishCosamonwealth'a Attorney, of this, the ings establishment on Main street and district, at the Aug- has goaa, to work. Mr.- - 8ereraace is. tl.ii MaMs one of the best known and moat popuust primary 1915. lar, salesman sad boelneas men n this Last week an appea was made tfcra section of the, state, sad will prove a the cotasna of this paper for the war mcvalsalfesjitiaisateMr. McRob-ertejaff. Interior' Journal. sufferer. We are making the second The friends and relatives here of Mr. appeal, knowing as Garrard has always rendered generous service ita suffering Harve McRoberts regret he continues humanity in the past she will not fall ill, but are glad he can secure as' good a man as our friend AI, to look after hart in this trying time. Good can come to us thru this war his business while he is awsy from his by the stirring of generous impulses store. and the inculcation of the spirit of Strickei With Appcieiciti. and learning, as never before. that we are our brothers keeper. If Minnie Nelson, the ten year old we. with an ocean dividing us, can be daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Burdett brought to the realization of what is Ramsev of Paint Lick, was stricken taking place, if the murdered men, with appendicitis yesterday evening thousands of miles away.can be brought and was taken to Danville where an so close to us that we shall realize that, operation was pel formed last night. but for the mercy of God, he might Mr. Walker Burnsides, a son of Mr. have been our father, husband, brother Jim Burnsides, who formally lived in or sweetheart, then our love for God's lower Garrard was taken ill whilegoing children, in every country on the globe, from Richmond to Nicholusville, with If the starving what he thought was indigestion but on must be greater. Germany, Austria, Franc being examined by a physician in children of and Belgium can be made real to us, Nicholasville it was found to be apsurely the great mother heart of Amer- pendicitis. He v, as operated on at ica will be touched and that will be of once. Mr. UurnsMe is a nephew of enormous benefit to womanhood and Airs. W. O. Rigni y and Mrs. B. F. immeasurable benefit to them. Will Hudson of I 'lis city. not the women of Garrard, for a little while, cive ud frivolous pleasure and Kentucky Rural Credit. deny themselves for suffering women In this issue of the Record will be men deny Will not the and children? themselves the gratification of some found the advertisement of the luxeries and get the pleasure of giving Kentucky Rural Credit Association The office of this association is located to their teltowman? Some claim we have poverty and at Lexington and has a capital of $1, those that need helD here at home. 000,000.00 Governor James B. McCreary is its which is true, but we have always Vice' found those who deny themselves and president, C. H. Berryman, help others in one case are the ones President, J. L. Watkins. Treasurer, Rural credit Is an organization planned who help in all cases. Now is the time for us to make the for loaning moneyvto farmers at 5 per spirit of self denial und helpfulness an cent from ten to fifty years. This is no bmiking institution und it attribute of our community and it will insure our own from want in time to is tlie purpose of the association to come. Give toGod'ssuHerini: Immunity. have one of tho hanks in each county Mr. 11. E. iet your hearts expand, let substantial to act as its depository. girts fall from your hands thus i.iako Newby is the district organizer andean helpless hearts thrill with unspeakable give you any information you desire, by writing or calling on him at the gladness. -' ar self-deni- al ' According to Mr. Edward Gage, an agent for the British government, four days is the aversge life for an artillery horse and ten days the life of a calvary Mr. Gage, horse in time of conflict. who is buying horses in America for use in Belgium and France, says the British government bought its supply of horses based on the above figures. that nation having already bought 68000 American horses since the war QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS. MAXWELL SECURITIES LISTED. The solid financial condition and prosperous growth of the Maxvell Motor Company, have won it the dis tinction of having Ita securities listed on the New York stock exchsnge. ssys local agent H.'C. Carpenter of Stan ford, who is a live wire in boosting the I 1. 1. ear he sells. The listing of the securi What should you do in case your wife ties ofjthis company at first glance may goes through your pockets while you not seem remarkable, until ' one' considers the fact that only two' 'automoare asleep" V. A. L. Have the tailor make your clothes bile companies out of over 400 doing business) in this nation, have been' able without pockets. to get their securities so listed. Do you think I should love my neighas myself? J. W. S. bor H you sue perfectly sure she is single. THE HONOR ROLL, . My children have great fun' blowing ' The Central Record, easp bobWeav hast a fw minutes 'after " Dear Sir:-the bubbWare farmed they burst ia I enclose 96.00 money order, at the there any way to preserve thesnT-M- rs. expiration of paper, and please send R. back numbers, also please send ra'e We are now working on an invention the 12, 1913 number, which conthat may solve the problem, if it proves the Sept obituary of my mother,' Mrs, tains the successful we will then answer you. R. R. Denton's, death. This paper. Could I be arrested under the firearms which I received at the time was mis .alaw for blowing up a speaking tube? placed and I have been unable to find B. J. A. it and I will appreciate your great kind You will be arested any day but ness by sending this issue. I look forChristmas day. ward each week for vour dear paper My husband does not harmonize'with and couldn't get along without 'it. anything in my house, what should I do Wishing all the Record force much su c cess with their good paper. X. about it?-Yours respectfully, Think of something he will harmonize Mrs. S. II. Rout. with and buy it, how about a nutmeg "" Portland Ore. grater. We could publish a number of letters Can I start married life on $15 a like the above one but tor lack of space week?-- T. J. I. We want to say. tho. it is with the Yes. you can start anything but my sincerest thanks and with a full appreadvice would be dont start anything ciation of all such words that we wish to you cant finish. acknowledge the great aid our friends Do.you believe with Horace Fletcher have rendered us the past year. "Our that a man should chew each mouthful readers have been kind and courteous i and have shown their appreciation of j of food ISO times7-- J. W. S. Yes. but when would you have time our feeble etforts in many wavs, all of which inspires us to give you a better to shave. paper than ever before. My motorcycle is in need of a fresh The following paid their subscriptions paint what color would you coat of during December: A. H. Mrs. H. C. Payne, ' S. II. Ison, I think you would like Brown. II. B. Myers. Miss Lilly Henry, Amos Prewitt, I am a young married man can you II. A. Hoeing, J. H. Clark, tell me some way I can economise? T. Mis. J. II. Arnold. Mrs. I J. I , How do you know when a young lady refuses you?-- J. J. W. It is very hard to tell at the present time, they used to say NO, but now it sounds like an essay on engenics, genealogy and finances. The refusal is clothed in such language you do not realitait until ihe .day after1 and it isn't as hard to stand as you may think Respectfully. v EMMET PURYEAV.r? A'' ' 1 i , I ,7 v .I ... 7o ' E! ,. .if.'l 4 TSVJV 11 The secret is at the bottom of the sea. C. E. Grow whiekers. I have sold several of my poems, tlo you think I should continue to sell them?-- L C. G. That convinces me you could sell anything, why not takeuphigh.class bonds, or steel bridges, or something big. When was it Adam lost out? B. B. M., Bryantsville. It was when ho parted with one of hU ribs, but we mean nothing personal and I do want to discourage you. NOTICE. I have connected myself with tho Live Wires, Haselden Iiros., and would appreciate .the patronage of all my friends and acquaintances when you need any thing In tinning and plumbing I promise, with 10 years experline. ience, to give honest, consclencious Golden Rule work. S. II. Aldridge, Lancaster Ky GOING DOWN? d Ament some recent occurrences in Blue grass and regarding the region the Cynthlana Democrat remarks: "With an Alexsndor beaded for the, penitentiary, a Buckner suing' a Jap husband for divorce and alimony, and a Clay bringing suit against a Cincinnati shoe salesman for alleged breach of premise, it looks, like some of the F. F. B'sare about to make a weak finish." How can I deaden the noise of footsteps and make my carpets seem OUT OF THE MUD. II. thicker-M- rs. Ask your husband to save you his is too valuable to waste in Our time cigarette cupons. traveling over bad roads. I am very much in love and write Until we have good roads we will every day to my girl but often I do not not have better markets. hear from her for a week, what do The cost of pood roads is less than .-F. you think of the tux of bad ones. I am sure she writes to you everv Out of the mud hole and onto the day too, but I think there ia a pike should be your slogan. on the part of Government lives on an improved highFortune to with bold her mail, take. It Margaret Hackley, Jesse Doty, way; misfortune on a poor one. up with the Lexington postmaster. J. C. Criscillis J. B. Kempr, growth of any community is de The W. F. Logan, Chas. Cotton. pended upon good roads. Jack Adams, J. T. Henry, DEAD QUIET. Happiness, enntentmeet apd prosperWm. Royston, T. S. Hendren, The little chap was playing "store" ity don't gu with bad roads. Cecil Beaty, Mrs. Jennie Broaddus, Even heathen countries realize the Along with other boys, G. A. Ballard, Edna Kavanaugh, And as they romped around the floor value of good highways. Wm. Woods. II. L. Thompson, They made a lot of noise, Miss Pearl Aldridrfe, Mrs. J II Durham, Mud holes sre civilization's greatest ? J. Paul Miller, "Keep that store quiet, "'mother said J. W. Miller, parasites. Abolish them. Raymond Cates, H. L. Wallace, Unto another generation the benefits The little chap was wise Jeptha Onstott, 'All right," quoth he, "we'll just pre- Mslcom House, of good roads will extend. J. S. Ison Bill Leavell. tend Do deeds that will live after you. L. S. Palmer. W. T. Michell. Boost and build roads. That we don't advertise". it?-.L- Hotel Annex, Danville, Ky. W. D. Hammuck, Wm. G. Anderson, B. C. Rose, II. C. Arnold. John Collier, Jonah Marsee, Mrs. A. B. Lawson, J. F. Robinson, Riley. Ison, Henry Kuhlman, Mrs. D. M. Lackey. C. S. Cotton, Price Collier, T. T. Burdett, Mrs. S. II. Rout, M. B. Turner, R. A. McGrath, Dr. G. C. Farris. W. S. Ferguson, W. F. l'urks, E. B. Sutton, Mrs. Ada Kinnaird, R. R. Noel, J. W. Perkins. John Barker, J. R. Mount, Smiley Walker, Cvrus Daily. Mrs. S. S. Yuntis, W. K. Hendrickson, S. S. Long, Josie Rogers, Miss Lena Bright, D. J. Walton, Mrs. Roy Asa Huynes, S. B. Klkin, Mary Furr, Ernest G. Brown, R. J. Ray, S. II. Aldridge, W. L. Scott J. C. Morgan, G. 11. Todd, Isaac D. Hacker, T. W. Conn, Frank Holtzcluw, T. L. Wall, Mrs. Adam Kelly, Annie Turner, Bill Anderson, Wm. Simpson, Sam Sutton, Job Marsee, J. C. Williams, . Rex Theater NEXT TUESDAY NIGHT. ' Moving Picture Play At The r i I I -- The Centra Record, Thursday Jan 14, 1,915 Page 5 BUY ! Ou r January Clearance sale is now in full blast and the bargains in Clothing, Shoes, Overcoats, and Furni6h ings are plentiful. Be sure you get your share while the low prices are being made on these goods. $15.00 SUITS NOW $11.75 $12.50 OVERCOATS NOW $8.75. HERE NOW L OUR JANUARY REDUCTIONS DON'T GREATER THAN EVER! n MISS SALE IE I I I I I I $3.50 SHOES NOW $2.65. Our entire stock is being offered in this sale and the prices are unquestionably lower than ever known In Lancaster, considering the kind and quality of Merchandise offered. Let us prove these statements to you. lOO Mens Raincoats Worth $10. Will Be Closed Out At $7.25 i House Of Quality. 3ME Gossip About People DC Lancaster, Ky. Miss Bettie West has returned from a visit to friends and relatives in Bur-gi- n. 155 McBoberts Drug Store Dakota Jack's INDIAN REMEDIES k.T Uafcad State Miss Nina Hamilton of Louitville is Mr. James Fierce, the Junction City the guest of Miss Minerva Cox. oil king, wti skakin hands with his Mr. George D. Robinson left Wednes During the pnst year you have patronized us liberally, for which we many friends Saturday. day for a sojourn in Cordele, Ga. th Comlagt and A Brltf Mention el Mrs. John Bright and daughter, of i arc grateful, Ooinji by Thou Wl Art tnUrtiltd In. Mr. A. R. Denny and Mrs. Mattie Stanford, have gone to Hendersonville i where they will reside the remainder of Duncan are in Lexington for a visit. you are credit and for this jMuch of the goods you bought was sold the winter. Mrs. G. M. Patterson was called to Mr. and Mrs, V. A. Lear were visitgrateful. But pay day has come and we hope you ors in Stanford Monday. by the illness of her niece. doubtless t Mr. Herman Hoover and bride have Tennessee Stephen Walker of Hustonville is Mr. Letcher Chriatopher of Somerset returned from their bridal tour and are will be prompt. t receiving congratulation from their here mingling with Lancaster friends. ii expected this week for a visit. many friends. Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Noe of Camden Reverend S, H. Pollitt left Tuesday Mr. Nannie Dykes, who has been to begin a series of meetings in Burgin. Ohio are here for a visit to relative. visiting Mr. and Mrs. Henry McAfee Mr. Joe P. Price left Friday for St. near afaraottaa. is visiting relatives in Mr. Stephen Estes of Kirkarille was Louis where he will engage in business. Richmond tfiis week. a visitor of his sister Mis. Mattie E-f- or New Year 1915. vv this week, of Mr. and Mrs. Ilurke, of Silver Creek. Mils Minnie Lee Sanders Is the guest Miss Alberta Anderson has returned W. O. from a stay in Danville. For Sale. fr acres of land near Lancaster. Miss Tommie Francis has taken rooms Ky.. now rea'dv to crow anv rrnna with Mrs. J. Rockwell Smith at the desired. 30 acres of this land will grow from 120U to 1500 lbs. of tobacco per Presbyterian Manse. acre, and more than nav for the land. Misses Minnie, Jennie and Nora The first year giving the tenant hi. Brown have taken rooms with Mrs. C. share, timber sufficient to saw up and D. Powell on Richmond street. build all the barns desired, if interested Mrs. Pattie G. Havdon. Mr. and Mrs. J. Fleece Robinson left write. y Nicholasville. Ky.. R. F. D. 4. (Thursday) to spend the remainder of the winter in Macon Ga. Mrs. W. E. Moss who has been quite ill was taken to Danville this week where she was operated upon by Dc Jackson, Mrs. Ada Kinnaird ROOMS FOR RENT. We have two nice rooms for rent in the Central Record building, suitable for offices. Apply at this office. f. left last Monday Mfc'Ut aW Cisaainl af RMta. lelHusWsjPtnas.s. Betttse. FmrW f. i eT tmjtma Hfrf- -8 Dot' Tnsfsse, mm Hi CmJi luuu al fMT Um Hk,lMb 4 Mr. Alex West, Mrs. Bettie Dudder-a- r Mr. Virgil Conn, of Williamsburg, Herndon. of this city, and Mrs. C. F. Denman Ashland. Miss Anna Miller has' returned to her of Nicholasville, left Monday for a vis- Ky., has been visiting his father, Mr. 1 home in Charleston, West Vs., after Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Thomas of Hone it to Mrs. S. S. Yantis and family in John A. Conn Cave are guests of Mrs. U. D. Simpson Indianapolis. Miu Ida Potts has returned to' Cin- spending the doliday. with her parenta and daughter. cinnati after a visit to her sister Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. N. Miller., Mrs. Ewing Stultz baa returned to Mr. John Farra and daughter, Mia. Mrs. J. S. Ham. of Hjattsville, ia ber borne in KnoxviMe, after a visit to Davis Prather. Johnnetta, returned Monday from Bare-sid- e bcr parent visiting friends and relative in Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Bourne. Miss Dove Harris of Danville waa They left 'Mrs. and Somerset. She waa accompanied home by her sis- the guest on Tuesday of ber sister Mrs. Martinsville, Ind. Farra in the' Martinsville Sdnatarium ter Miss Virginia Bourne. Mrs. J. S". Carpenter and little tea S. H. Anderson. Misses Martha and Helen Gill will leave this week for a visit to friends In Saturday. Atlanta, where .he will make her home with her daughter, Mrs. Lewis NOTICE. All those having claims against William Spencer, deceased, will present them at once, nrorarlv nrnvn. Thna owing same will please call at my office on uuiord street and settle same. Wm. H. Johnson. Admr. NOTICE. persons having claim against the eetete of G. W. Calebbs. deceased, will present the same, property verified according to law, to the undersigned or hi attorney. J. E. Robinson of Lane ter, Ky., on or before February 1, lKfc Henry Moore, Administrator of G. W. Caleboe AU J. T. Carpenter of Versatile) are with Dakota jack iI fX itmn or- i? PUMUrrSWDtANI XL Stew. n(LL 1NOT "--- BV A LOT. rrretell you something. Uncle Dave, "Allie Sanders Let me tell is the meanest d white man in this town. you what I've done. I bought Red Star coal all summer of him to cook with! nnd put in whnt I thought I would need for the winter, and don't you know I got a statement from hirn since'the first of the yoar, saying that he would like to have a scttlemont. To h- -- with him, I'm not guine to be treated this wny. Stop right there Phillips. Do thyself no lmrin. There are enough coal deulers in this town to take you five years to get around, (telephone) is that you Central? give mo Hudson & Hughes Coal yard please. This is Gulley nt Hudson & Hughes cool yard. Thi U Ithillips. on High Street, Say what kind of coal have you? Have you got Oh, I don't know, two or throe different kinds. Hep Star coal? Well, no, we don't call it Ited star, hut our coal All right, Mr. comes out of the same mine that the Star does. I've been Culley, send me up it couple of loads ami I will try it. uiing Red Star coal for the past year mid I don't believe it ia as good as it used to be anyway, anil I thought I would buy some of my coal from you people awhile. Alright Mr. I'hilpps. thank you BOWAV LASSES! I MaaaTeenBtia Fraaeaa wawsn Madison Mr. and Mjn. W. D. "aThne are Saturday for the Golden Wedding arf- - race i ring cuugiatulaliona over the arairtt-sar- y o Mr. Keaaeaiav Bice Sr. and rival of a fete, key. aliases Merlyn and Julia aay-Weakhare returned to their home inDeaajele Mia. Edit Francte Meek The betara Mfsdamte B. L. Owsley and David foe the telsbi alien weiafleoa te6p.m. after a visit to relatives. Ross are recuperating after a two Mrs, J. Rockwell Smith entertained weeks illness of grip. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hoover spent on Monday evening at a 6 o'clock Saturday and Sunday with Mr. Miss Sallie Cook Gregory is at home course dinner in compliment , to the from a recent visit to her aunt Mr. H. Mrs. Lynn Clark at Merksbury. .board of officers of the. Presbyterian H. Hall in Winchester. Jesse II. Arnold or rank fort was church and their wives. Covers were Miss Ruth Waller has returned to here to see his father Mr. W. A. Ar- laid for 18. nold who shows some improvement. ( her home in Louisville after a pleasant Master Z. P. Beaty, the manly little visit to Lancaster friends. Mr. Mack Elroy Turner and bride son of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Beaty, of Mr. George T. Mason of Chicago is returned Saturday from a visit to Marcellus, is attending school at Richrelatives at Versailles and Lexington. mond and boarding with his grand- expected upon January 22 for a visit to his mother Mrs. Elizabeth Mason. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Arnold will leave parents, Mr. and Mrs. Preston Beaty Mrs. Henrietta Raney leaves this of that city. shortly for a stay in Florida, where week for Oklamoma city where she Mr. Arnold hopes to be much benefitted Lyne Arnett, of Nicholasville, is will make Mr. her future home with her Mr. and Mrs. Harold Oldham have in the city interesting the merchants brother Mr. B. C. Arnold. returned from their bridal trip and are in the Ounlap Pony Contest and is Dr. James B. Kinnaird and sisters. with her parents Judge and Mrs. C. A. meeting with much encouragement. Misses Kate and Lillian left Tuesday Mr. Arnett is a splendid young man Arnold. Dr. Kinnaird went to and we predict that he will make a for Louisville. place Miss Lillian under medical treatIr. and Mrs J. J. I'ursley will leave success in his new field. ment. this weeK for Glasgow after n stay Miss Elizabeth Andrews of Flemings-bur- g, with her parents Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Mr. and Mrs. John Stormes were the was honored by a request to renSanders. of a beautiful six o'clock dinner der two vocal solos at the recent ban- hst A delightful Mr. Clay Simpson nnd Miss Minnie quet of the United Commercial Travel- last Friday evening Uny of this county were married at menu was served, the ices and cakes ers at the Phoenix Hotel at Lexington. the Kaptist parsonage, the Reverend As the commercial travelers of the being from Benedicts. J. W. lleagle otlleinting. Mr. K. S. Brown and family left State are pretty well osted on the Mr. and Mrs. J, II. Iiourne, Miss musical talent in their territory, this Wednesday for their new home in Paris Virginia llourne, and Mrs. Ewing was quite a compliment to the talented Ind. Mr. Brown and family were acStultz of KiKixvMIe have been recent young lady who will be remembered as companied upon their departure by guests of Mrs. W. K. Warner of playing in th-- s band at Crab Orchard many good wishes of the Lancaster people. Springs last summer. T: and her friends are hoping for a speedy recovery. Mr. Samuel Cotton," wh. will be bet at ber" girlhood home as Miea Aaaenda Petty, waa, recently united ia marriage to Mr. M. E. Towle a very deserving man at Decatur III. They are now enjoying a bridal, trip thru the West. Master Robert Lillard Gulley, the bright little son of Mr. Jesse Gulley of McCreary, was given a party upon the celebration of his 6th birthday. A few friends of the youthful host were invited to enjoy the happy occasion with him. The table was lit with 5 candles and dainty refreshments served. NOTICE. Notice ia hereby given that ths undersigned James A. Beazley Assignee, of Ada Kinnaird will sit to receive claims against said estate at the Law Office of R. H. Tomlinson in Lancaster Ky., on the 10th day of February 1915 at 9 o'clock A. M. All persons having claims against said estate will present them properly verified, at the above named time and place. James A. Beazley Assignee of Ada Kinnaird. 1 January L YOU'LL FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN, D FOR RENT the Laundry room beW. H. Bruce. hind my shop. For Sale. No. 51. NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that the undesigned Henry Moore as assignee of Edd Owens will sit to 'receive claims against said estnte at the Law Office of K. H. Tomlinson in Lancaster Kentucky on the 10th day of February 1915 at 9 o'clock A. SI. All persons having claim against the said estate will present them properly verified, at the above named time and place. Henry Moore Assignee of Edd Owens. TJiis January Florence hot blast, air tight heater Good as new. H.V. Bastin. STORE ROOM FOR RENT. I desire to rent my store room for year 1915, recently occupied by D. W. Marsee. The room is 20x40 feet nnd equipped with latest fixtures. Mrs. J. M. Turner, Lancaster Ky. pd. f Every Dollar Spent With Us will purchase Its full value in HIGH-GRAD- E DEPENDABLE MERCHANDISE r We want every customer a satisfied one an.d will endeavor to give you Merchandise that will please. New Spring Goods are arriving daily in all our departments. Favor us with a visit. j J. E, DICKER SON, Prop, MISS SCOTT PETTY, Manager, vJ SrJJfn' J I THElf Issued ' 1 Pago 6 BEST NAME The Central Record, Thursday Jan TO 14, l'9I5. T. Children Cry for liiii FUtchr' GIVE I THE BABY. J. R.L. Elf Catered Member I Eighty Tlio Kind Yon Have Always llonglit, nncl which hn beca In uo lor orvr .10 yours, lias uoruotiio nignntitro of niKi una uocn limuo under til pet sonnl atipcrvlMon alnro It Infancy. Allow 110 one to ilrrclvo you In thl. " nro but All Counterfoil., Imitations nnil "tTtist-itsgoo- it trlflu vlth nnd riiiliitigcr tlio lioalth of ExiM'rliuoiits ' lulu ills mid tliat Children Experience nguliist ExncrlmeBt TrtiwW For Prj Por Co For St7 F or Ct jp iff For all! 'T$ , ulc'i Qbltutfr Flatulency, Wind Colic, nil Tectlilnjr Troubles and Dlarrliu-a- . It regulates tlio Htontnch nnd llowels, assimilates tlio l'ood, giving lienltliy nnd natural sleep. Tlio Children's l'unncca Tlio Mother's Friend, It Is ilrunnt. It nor otlicr Xnrcotlo sitliittunoo. Its iza Is Km gimrnntce. It destroy Worms 1'or moro tliun thirty years it nnd allays lias boon In constant uso for tlio relief of Constipation, Cntor!.- - Is ft Sootlilnjr Nyrnps. porlc, Drops contain neither Opium, Morplilno CASTOR What is unlntltiito for Cnstor I A harmless Oil, Pars GENUINE , Wei Charll CASTOR I A 3 pBears ALWAYS the Signature of candlg tion 11 teer.tl priml C. F. cand1, In Use- - For Over 30 Years Dem The Kind You Hav Always Bought Thief, tuckl berj WJ met! didal for 4 the THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Au.l Capital $50,000. no A. R Surplus $30,000. Vice Pres't. S. C. DENNY. Cashier. r. J. U GllX, JENNY, President tori R, 1 JMBRV. J. E. STORMES. Ass't Cashier. Safety Galji Oeposit WE Alex Boxes R. Denny. For J. M. Rent. J. E. edSf Samual SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. H. Posey, D. Cochran. Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill. Dr. W. Elliott. Directors. A WELCOME VISITOR. Lancaster tling CO. We Write Anv Kind of 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. Don't keep on missing it. Order a box and It had been before this season. The commence enjoying yourself. Madison Mouse claims to have sold the two highest crop lots in the State, viz Leslie Curtis at $20.00, Adkinaon and Wearren, of Garrard Co. at $21.00, Phone 202. This house has always been popular for the reason that it has worked at all times for the farmer and have at al times gotten just as good prices if not better than have been gotten at any nouse in me Olaie. y W. Glass. Mrs. Ada llurke and sons will leat In a few days to make their home in Louisville. Mr. W. C Rose was over from Lexington and spent the week-enwith Mr. and Mrs. G. li. Rose. Tha many friends of Mr. Rufas Moss FALLING HAIR OR are delighted to see him out after his recent illnes of several months. ITCHING SCALP. Mr. N'uthan Noe, who came last week Now that Parisian Sage an inex- from Camden Ohio for a visit ti Kv pensive preparation that supplies every relatives is quite sick at the home of hair and scalp need can be had from his son, Mr. Tnylor N'oe. R. E. McRoberts, it is certainly needProf. Benj, Sipple of iluckeye. was less to have thin, brittle, matted. elected S.iturday afternoon at a meet stringy or faded hair. No matter how ing of the school Hoard to teach the unsighty your hair, hov badly it Is remainder of the term in the school hei falling, or huw much dandruff, Parisian Mrs. K. II, Italian! had the misforSage is all that is needed. Every trace tune to stick nail a in her foot last of dandrulf is removed with one ap- week and has been confined to her plication, the hair roots are nourished room for several days. She is improvand stimulated to grow new hair, itch- ing and hopes to be out soon. ing scalp and falling hair cease. The stock holders of the Rank of Parisian Sage is certainly one of the most invigorating tonics, and will surely Uryantsville held a business meeting make your hair soft, abundant and radi- Tuesday afternoon for the purjiose of electing officers and tu declare a semiant with life and beauty. annual dividend of 3 per cent. The Quarterly meeting services wll MORE GOOD PRICES. be held at the Methodist church Satur We wish to call the attention of our day and Sunday. Services both days, readers to the new letter from the morning and evening will be conducted Madison Tobacco Warehouse Company, by Rev. W. E. Arnold of Danville. I This company certainly Commuman Sunday morning. of Richmond. haa reason to be proud of the prices that they quote on Monday s sale, they Exeeltart far Staaacli Traaale. have sold, one crop lot. thus far of 1800 pounds at $20.00 the hundred, one ''Chamberlain's Tablets are just Una crop lot at $21.00 from Garrard county, (or stomach trouble." writes Mrs. G. crop lot at $19.50, one at $17.10, CTDunn, Arnold. Pa, one '! was botherone at $16.75 and one of 15,0o0 pounds ed with this complaint for some time at an average of $14.25. Tne" market and frequently had bilious attacks. at Richmond, on Monday was the best Chamberlain's Tablets afforded me of the season, brisk bidding, better great relief from the first, and since tobacco and more pleased planters. taking one bottle of them I feel like a The market was at least $2 higher than different person." For sale by all think we are rather badly used In the 'madder of ramcs. After all, what we are called matters much more to oursekosthan to anybody else, and yet the choice of your Christian name is on of the few thing which we cannot control in the least. Our par entr. If they are thoughtless, may take advantage of our helplessness to sad die us with the most awful atrocities.. It is the people of China, 1 believe, who give each child a long string of narrs at birth and allow him, when he nineties years of ucscretion to se lect the one bv which he will be known I wish the rest of hi life. Sometime this plan could be adapted generally, for It would save some of us much tribulation. I alwajs feel sorry for the child who gets burdened with an outlandish name which causes him to be well teased at school and looks foolish in mature signature. Flower names for girls have many pitfall, because they usually Imply a certain type of face or coloring which the unfortunate owner does not possess We frequently meet sallow Hoses and I'oppys, and dark ruddy Lilys; these misfits are only equalled by a brunette Blanches and dazzling fair Olives. The best names are good old name that are always popular, but never Jthe fashion iuch as John, Henry, Robert and William for boys, and Mary, Martha, Margaret. Francis, Elntabeth for girls. Trulv, old fashioned names roses are sweetest. like Scratched 40 Years Used D. D. D., All Ificiitog Gone f This I Iho nrlni I rtitrlrnr rt Ann', ..i.iiiinii. riitM iiupii. .mi will, ill- - nun. derftil II. 1). Ii 1'i.ki iipll"" l. I. I. Is the nrnvin I., i, m i "nr the mil. I wash lliii civiJ Iniiuiii rrllrf ' I I In nil Inrtnm tt iln imihIiI I t'l.nnsri the skin of nil Imptirltl WAShi's ttnav Mutches ninl pitilt. lnivliig tha skin n smuotli an, I hballhy i mt th:it i't a rhIM. Oft a tOr liottle of this wnnil.rful i Krirm.i Cure today nn l krrp It In the house. ii ( Know mm lj. 11. will uo all that i la cl.lm.J for It II It. E. McRoberts, Lancaster, Ky. E. C. MilllonJPres. J. Curtis, V-Pr- Dr. C. H. Vaught, Sec E. Deatherage, Trcas. Biggest In Prices Biggest In Amount Of Sales Biggest In Floor Space. i. lilt VANTSVll.l.K Mis. M. O. Kennedy has been ill. Mrs. J. W. Glass has been quite sick. Mr. W. W, llurnside of I,a was here Saturday on business. Mrs. Mogan Ilallard is at home from Lexington and Nicholasville. Miss Irene Kaslev of Loveland Ohio, is here for a visit to friends. Mr. and Mrs. Vaught have been vis- Madison Incorporated. Tobacco $40,000.00 Dr. C. fl. Vauijht Telephone 221. WAREHOUSE Near L. S A. Depot. iting relatives near Stanford. Mr. Jacob Phillips, of Fresno Cat, has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. CAPITAL T.J.Curtis DIRECTORS: E.G. Million T.J.Smith M. Haden E. Deatheratfe Marion Coy J. To Our Friends, Everywhere:-- We want to tell you that this day has been a red letter day for us. It rained all day. no telling what We would have gotten for some of the crop lots we sold if the weather had been clear. House full of tobacco and the highest prices of the year, here, or on any other market. THKKE STOOD THE 01.1) MADISON, playing no favorites but leading this and every other market In the State, if we can believe their prices quoted. amV over this Ifst ut prices and tell us what you think of our market. 15 pounds at Adkinson & Warren, Garranl County, sold the following:-I- K) pound at $lG.f. $17.75. 110 pounds at $18.00. 140 pounds at $18.00, 135 wunds at $20.00. ICS pounds at $21.00, H) iounda $20.00, 193 pounds at $20.00 125 pounds at $.11.00, 145 Kumls $31.00. 45 pound at $40.00, 70 pounds at $32 125 pounds at $25.00, 115 pound at $32.00. 150 pounds at $2f.PO, 120 ounds at$2l.r0. 130 ounds at $20.50 140 M)undj at $17.75. 140 pounds at $24.00, 170 pounds at $17.75. 110 ounds at $14.75, 220 ound at $14. tX), 200 pounds at $10.00 a general average of over $21.00 per hundred. I.elie Curtis sold another crop lot, 218j pounds at the good price of $1'J.50 per hundred. Les had sold one crop lot with us a few weeks ago at an average of $20.00. Judge Ilurnam and Shelton sold over 15,000 ounds at a floor average of $14.25. Elbert Calico sold a lot of 900 at an average of $IC75. Whals the use lo say anything more. We have got them skinned in prices, can't head us, and we have passed the 2.000,(100 mark too and the best prices were today. If you have the tobacco, we have the place to show it and sell it for R1GGEST PRICES. Don't think because we are sometimes crowded that we don't care for we do, and want to sell every pound we can and will do our best for you every minute. We appreciate your continence in us and we have always made good. Simply dont market your tobacco to fast, HanJIe it carefully, it will pay you. Trust the Lord, and we believe this seemingly bad year will turn out to be one of the best yet. Our market was keen, snappy and some $2.00 higher to day. than it has been before this 1 season Again thanking you for helping to hold up the record of The Old Madison Warehoute. We are truly, dealers. m- - Madison Tobacco Warehouse Co. Incorporated Bot- NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. INSURANCE Office at National Bank. ! J. Office over The National Bank of Lancaster. Ky. A. BEAZLEY & Phone 27. CO. jK1rlSll The Fiscal Court of Garrard County, Kentucky, will meet at the Court hnui. in Lancaster. Ky, at 10 o'clock A. M on the 10th day of February 11115. for the puriiose of receiving sealed for the rvuairinir and rcmodnlina- of the present court house in accordance with uie plans and specifications now on tile in the County Judge a otiice. For Infants and Chlldxea Each bid must be accompanied by certified check or bidders bond for th Years sum or $200.00 as a guarantee that the In Um For Ovm person to whom the contract may be Always bears the awarded will execute a Surety Com pany'a bond of the required amount Signature of and any failure thereof, the certified check or bond will be forfeiteil as liquidated damage to the county, for having to and the contract. The certified check shall be made to Judge u. A. Arnold, and tha Leading Manufacturing couri reserves me right to reject any RICHMOND. KENTUCKY. CASTORIA 30 B. F. HUDSON. ORC.AS17.KU l.V.Vj. Citizens National Bank OF LANCASTER. KY. Capital $50,000. President. W. O. P.iuney, Ass't Cash'r. MEMBERS OF Surplus $45,000. j. j. WAI.KEK, Vic. Pre.l. Joi: J. Waijckh, Jr.. m re-l- Victor Bogaert Go. 4 All Accounts strictly 30 days, Notice! TARPAULINS 16x20 14x20 Price ol (hit (Seaatihl 1915 Maxwell Cabriolet, FM Equipment, iackdias Aati-Sk- id Persons desiring to bid on this woik. can secure plans by applying tc Andrew J. uryan. vus itealty Huildjng, Louis ville. Ky.. and shall denosit with him $25.00 as a guarantee that the plans will be returned to him in good order on the dv the contract is let, at which tirr.e the $25 00 will be returned to its author. C. A. Arnold, Presiding Judge Garrard County Fiscal Court, W. Hamilton. Clerk. nun W. F. CHAMP. Cashier. Ull U1US. Jewelers&lmporters 133-13- Am.ricau Hank Association. Kentucky Hankers Association. National Cunency Association. Federal Reserve Hank. Cleveland. 5 West Main St. : Lexington, Kentucky. New York, Rrussels, Relgulm. if Tire ob rear, im GARRARD COUNTY BONDS FOR SALE. On Tuesday the 9th day of February lata, ai j o ciock p. m. or thereabout. in ironi ot tne court house door in Lancaster, Oarrard county, Kentucky, the undersigned commissioner will sell at public outcry, to the highest and best bidder, the bonds of said county to tne amount of fifteen thousand dol lars ($15,000.00) for the purposeior remodeling and repairing the Court house of Garrard County, Ky. Said bonds will be issued in three aeries tuwit:- Series A. of $5000.00 and consisting of Ave bonds of $1000.00 each, due and payable five years from the date of their Issue. Series 1), of $5000.00 and consisting nf fiva hnnda nf tlOOO.OO irh lnu an.! I payable ten year from the date of their issue. Seriea C, of $5000.00 and consisting of five bonds or $1000.00 each, due and payable fifteen years from the date of their issue. Said bonds will be issued and bear Interest trom the first day of March 1916, at 6 per cent per annum, interest Said bonds will not payable annually. be told for less than their face value. The commissioner reserves the right to reject any and all bids. The purchaser will be required to deposit $1600.00 In cash or certified check on data of sal. W. F. CHAMP, Commissioner. except Implements and such article that are sold on special dating. Special prices on 17 New Features $840 The Car Ideal For Ladies For Doctor For Salesmen, etc. Whin closed, a ptifKl Coo p tot Winter; wbtn opn,a popo-l- ar roadster that is fast, omooth, and allsnt, and that holds tha road at SO milaa an hoar. ly The handsomest, most quipped roadster in Usa than lUOO. the world at Easily operated; afonomlral of upkeep. Wkh befrfe ttmrttr tmd JfCtrio UglUt 988 utro. World's Record Gar. a m 12x16 COTTON. $14.00 $12.00 $ 7.50 C Carpenter. Agent. Stanford, Ky. Write for Catalog and Demonstration. See us for your FIELD SEED and TOBACCO This $1,250 Stock Car made 7500 miles in 30 days with Bonnet Sealed. From Sept 23 to Oct 23, it traveled through 23 States. You can t ask any more of any automobile, no matter wh,t;the horsepower or cost. For catalogue car specifications write BECKER, PHONE 27. BALLARD & SCOTT. CENTRAL MOTOR CAR CO. Lexington, Ky i BRYANTSVILLE. Ky. itMl it adttsjsMfeii mm I slWeBBBaaMpaamai The Central Reciprd, Thursday Jan H.C. BRIGHT. President. 14 1915. Page 7 ALLEN HIEATf . Secretary. J. S. PRICE, Vice President. Tobacco Sells For $20.50 Over Our Breaks, Tuesday on Closing Sale Tuesday We sold over Two Hundred Thousand Pounds Monday and here now. Here are a few of those who made;guod averages. their entire offerings for the day. at a grand average ajj m of $9.10. Old prices are prevailing There are plenty of others. Remember this is Cloyd,m.d Sears, Lincoln Co., aa Fry & Goodpaster, Lincoln Co, C19 1A'J A 'tol,'n""1' l'oyl" County, nin nn Will Scott. Jessamine Oounty.rtsn np 1 Ibs.fKKI.Sa, average, 0l6.1U 3.3.V. lbs S428.M, average OlO.uU 3,7) pound. $501.12 avcr...3l4.UU 1.25T. lbs, $159.9.1, average 016. D IM nancy f rung, noyie Uunty.e10 A A ; Itimippm Carter & Haskel, Lincoln Co., Dsn nn Tilford Alexander. Ilnyle Co., D I CIPH POA PA uvernge..oId.UU .'1.120 Ibi SISS.'JO. average $14.75 1.0TO 2.A.V lbs, $3II.I 1210.10. average. 0l5.0U niUllLOl MiMYDl MU.DU. tf. .. If you have the goods we can do just as well for you. Once our PERFORM. "HE THE PRICE." customer, always our customer. SEE OUR AUCT1QNER GETS Danville Walnut Street. I. M. Dunn, Tobacco S. Warehouse Incorporated. YESTERDAY AND TO-DA- Company. Danville, Ky. Walks Had .HIS TREATMENT IS REMARKABLE That He Now He Do President Jno. Van Winkle, Secretary J. M. Sallee, Ass't Secretary well We hear no more of the moss-grow- n Once praised In flowing terms. well, ns It befell, Collard Declares For the moss-grow- n Disseminated germs. The oaken bucket lias gone Its way; It was our fathers' pride, Hut in that puil, so runs the tale. I'Yll microbes used to hide. $3.00 One Year S1.75 Six Months Down Town, Something lo Year. Not Been Able One For IV. 'There's little rumance left m fhriiPTiKMtr High medical authorities assert that is the foundation of most ailments and diseases. "This condition", says the great Andes, "is nothing more of less than the slow self- iKiisoning of vital organs produced by ' excessive mental and phvical strain we Cough Medicine for Children. i are forced to endure, which renders the Never give n child a cough medicine organs lame and permits toxins -- actual that contains opium in any form. When poisons, to be generated within one's opium is given other and more serious ' own body "Sometimes the trouble starts in the diseases may follow. Long experience has demonstrated that there is no better I kidneys and sometimes it starts in the I or safer medicine for coughs, colds and stomuch or elsewhere, but In many croup In children than Chamberlain's cases the blame lies with the faulty Remedy. J Cough It is equally valuable j methods of living and it is the more I for adults. Try it. It contains no 'important organs that sutrer the final , opium or other harmful drug, for sale damage, and when they falter or fail I in their duties, by all dealers. the body tills up with poisons, and the victim finally yields to . on earth. As rhymslers oft nvow N'o more we sing of the forest spring We. boil our water now. j COUiilES-- j OURMAL msmmmam DAILY BY MAIL (Not Sunday) DURING '"AND JANUARY ONLY. their baneful effect. Uright's disease. FEBRUARY These Two Months. Tobacco Brings $21.50 at PEOPLES Price for 1 HOUSE THP QTflP PAPPP PflllPV stom,li:" and intestinal troubles, in fact may be called niLi i or self I ii urcu, uraggy leenng oi policy adopted by so few pub-- 1 poisoning, The the body, or sluggish mind and dull lishers of stonnini? the naner at once I memory, intense nervonsness, head when subscription has expired should aches, stomach and bowel troubles. take place with the advertising reform poor circulation, impertect digestion and the sensible estimation of job- '"" Jf"lu ' worK as th.. thre- nf i,e. f J nine outof every in present day newspaperdom. , uivi imim uiiiui Regular Annual Bargain Period Limited to Geo. Cutsinger, of Boyle County, Gets This Basket, Another of 3 5 Pounds bringing $ 9.50 410-pound 1 Tobacco Placed on Flcois at the Peoples House Sold at High Figures and Bidding was Spirited. Peoples House sells over One Hundred Thousand Pounds Bringing the Sales at this House for Four Days to Haifa Million Pounds. All Growers Greatly Pleased With Prices. James Marsee, Garrmd county, sold the following basket: .fj.'i poundit at lilf cents lilj cent 2itl munds at 13 cents IB') pounds ut .'!i)5 pounds at Cents !N) pounds at 1'i cents 13 cents til IKHinds at 135 cents 110 KjuniN t .. 11 cents 115 pound ut 11 111) IMiunds at cents 10 cents y) pounds at 1 1 Cliarles Dietrich, Garrard county sold (he following baskets: 355 pounds at 12j cants 195 pounds nt 13 cents 730 pounds at 14J cents 2iVi pounds at cents 275 pounds at 1CJ cents 235 pounds at. 15$ cents 170 k)uihU nt 15 cents 115 iounds at 15 cents 340 pound at 13 cents 300 pounds at 12 cents PEOPLES TOBACCO WAREHOUSE COMPANY. Incorporated. Danville, Kentucky. FIELD SEEDS. J . RICHMONP. rY. I liave a full line of high-grad- e A TRAINING SCHOOL. FOK IUACI1UKS Courses If adlng to Klementnrv, Intermediate, and IJfo Htale t'crtllicnles. Valid ill all Public Bohools of hen-tucLCour.es and Hcvlew Courses. Tuition Free to Appointees. Two splendid dormitories, new school, lie if manual trslnlna; building, pructlie model irliool, department of agriculture, a well equipped uyiiinssliiui. Ikmirsllo Bcli'nce. First Term begins Hepteinlier 7, Hecoml Tsrm Novemlier 10, Third Terra January 2 Fourth Term April S, Bummer Hcjiool opens June II, Catalogue Free, j. j. CHAUUK, I'rr.Mrul. Field Seeds which I am oflerint! at very attrac- tive prices If interested, ask fur samples and prices. W. Bush Nelson, Lexington. Kentucky, list of moderate size to an abnormal caster at Mciloberts Drug Store. one composed largely of dead names. Many publishers have in thu past and KliATtVOOII some are now continuing their paper indefinitely to tho.--e who have at some W. II. Furr bought 5 hogs from Geo. time subscribed forit. but have neglected to notify them that they no longer Lee Adams for $21. Win. Lawson has rented J. 11. Miwant it. With those publishers we have no quarrel. It is their privilege, ller's farm for the year 11(13. Hev. Thornton of l'reachernville, but it is nut our plan. preached at Good Hope Sunday. S. L. liuiril sold some fat hugs to S. G. Anderson for$(!.50 ier hundred. STOMACH MISERY Squire Jus W. Coldiron has mid his vhouse for uw. Mi Will Quickly and Safely Rid You fur."' tu 1)ooth Good Hope church hus culled Itev. A. C. llatrd as pastor for the year 1915. of Indigestion. J, II. Miller lias rented a farm from When your stomach is out of order Air Grimes of Uincolu county for 1915. Squire Jas. Coldiron lias rented W. your food lies like a lump of lead fermenting and surely causing that feel- II. Kurr's douse farm for theyearl915 ing of fullness, sour taste in the mouth W. II. Kurt has rented his Geo. coated tongue, biliousness, and many I Ileazley farm to Jrs Carr rid O. W. wnrning signs of Indigestion, Glllisnle for the year l'J15. other which Is often u dangerous ailment. Joo ,, gnJ ke iittmpton haVt) rent-is needless for vou to .utter, for Ld w. h. Furr Baker farm and his any uruggisi can supply you witn Uryant farm for the ensuing year. a harmless and efficient remedy for II bad stomachs. These smull tablets Dangers of a Cold. give almost immediate and joyful Do you know that of all the minor relief, while a few days' treatment strengthens and stimulates the diges- ailments colds are by far the most tive system. Thu tlow of gastric juices dangerous? It is not the cold) themis Increased, then your rood is prop- selves that you need to fear, but the erly digested; sour and gassy stomach, serious diseases that they so often lead sick headaches, restless nights and to. For that reason every cold should tpjickly be gotten rid of with the least passible other distressing symptom delay. To accomplish this you will vanish. If suffering any stomach distress do find Chamberlain's Cough Remedy of not wait 1st Mi-- na give you quick great help to you. It loosens a cold, It. K. Mciloberts relieves the lungs, aids expectoration and lasting teller tells it with guarantee of money buck and enables the system to throw oirths cold. For sale by all dealers. if you are not satisfied. a j ! It o No other business would tolerate such methods. No dealer would continue to ! connection. him I send his wares to you if you owed Gartner. Avenue. '. money and had mven no indication r whatsoever that you intended paying wuiaiiiir, H4AUC inu lUllUlVll.; SlUiement about Andes Great Prescription, him. the remarkable new preparation that One tiling must be kept in mind and ) that is to absolutely show no pari ialitv. is being sold thru Mciloberts Drug If the largest advertiser in your Store of this city. paper does not renew his subscription 1 ".My condition has been so bad that have not been able to work for more chop him olf just its soon us you would any oilier reader. I here Is no reason than one year. I have been treated for aju m,J "'"'""h 'rouble, for them to feel angry or slighted, pro-- 1 "r,B',t'" vided you have notified them in advance .Nothing Hid me any good, and 1 was According to this system, a person is told severul times my case was hope1 began the either u subscriber or he is not. You less. Three weeks ago aru carrying no worthless timber on use of Andes Prescription and my im- -' your list, and every ehing is on u provenicnt started from the first bottle. It is the best thing I have ever seen, SOUND I1USINKSS IIASIS. Vt e want all the subscribers we can ns the medicine is putting me on the legitimately get and we realize that we j road to health again. I look and act may lose one now and then that might different, and there is noqueetion about be whipped into line by continuing the my feeling and being better. My hearpaer tn Inm and then following up ing has also improved. I can now walk with duns, but we believe tho.--e who down town and back." The medicine that done so much for really want the paper will tell us so, and we prefer a good live subcriptlon Mr. Collard, are now on sale in Lan- ..,.,,.,.. """" 11' like y to e JUST ONE-HAL- F REGULAR PRICE average American rted in this Subscription orders at this rate will be accepted only when sent through regular Courier-JournAgent in this district, al R. E. McROBERTS, Lancaster, Courier-Journal - Kentucky. Company, Louisville, Ky. mm iiiiiiTTioii SPECIAL ROUND TRIP FAWTS TO W FLORIDA-CUBA-NE- ORLEANS STO?-OVE- AND TO ALL OTHER RESORTS OF THE SOUTH. TICKETS ON SALE DAILY. LIBERA,- '- RETURN LIMIT. K.VOItAIJLi: R PRIVILEGES. EQUIPMENT, SERVICE AND SCENERY UNSURPASSED 1W 'SilP: Tcr Particulars Apply to An;. Ticket Agent or Aridrois i im lt i ass r p.nu iiwei agent Main St., Lexington, Ky. Diaw A Check for the money you ov e and note how much more respectfully your creditors reliant you. They like to do business with a man who has un account at & the Garrard Bank Trust Go. They know he is doing business in a business like way. open such an account even if your affairs are not large. will grow all right. lletter They The Garrard Bank & Trust Company The Central F.ecord, Thursday Jan KHHIT Of THE CONDITION 14, 1915. THE PLANTERS HOUSE, FORMERLY THE OLD SHELBURMr REPORT OF THE CONDITION Citizens National Bank NATIONAL IKO.'JHUU,' Of I.ASCAHTKK. BANK. . iVo.i.in:i.i TIIK OF LASCAMTKK. AT KYT Close of llusiness Dec 31, 1914. The Close of Business Dtc 31, 1914 KKOfl!(!K(. i;t.ll Loan and discounts Orsritrafta. secured! . IIM.I'H n loans and .....11411.1 l.lll IS Ii.wrilrafl..discounts 1 l!uetcnrd . secured U. M HoU(lslelnsllel lu fvure cir111 It.lfJOl Cnwiirnl . ( nsr eiuei Iw.isi) id culation I' . Bonds deposited to securu clr. aper diostted lo se Commercial M.lhtO 10 (par talliel culatloii pnra e Irfulatlnn Ibtitia no kkmivi Bonds securities, rtc.ou hand a'h Talnfi priTii erthsn stocks; lucluiU-i- is.isj o ll,Oi.O 1 gnbacrl-'tlnof federal to iln-. lumsou ssine V" IWerie Bank Pnbscrlptlon lo stock of Federal - Hank I.., mimnt H.soo li.HMiu llesertinooiw nnneld. amount I Banklnf-hoilse$..., IsoO ISI .... l.tOi) U0 unpaid ".orsioo Banklne house . furniture and fixtures... I1.CH) Ul i.vw (w One from Federal Heserre Bank.. Oil I.oo 0 furcltureand futures Dne from Approved Itesette Afenta 3,1U 10 Duelriiu Federal Kcterre Bank . .110 TT In 'Antral Reserve Cities approved reserve airents IMie from rtiia frntn anitrnved reserve .sent Jk In Central Reserve Cities II In other reserte cities ill.tm o; Due from aoproted reserve agents line from bank aud bankers lu other reserve, cities . lAMTV Ml W.M7 . ... I W H One from henssand bankers (other other than above) cheek 1.071 XI Outtide 14 11 and other cash . tliati abovel tra.'tfnn.l ettSi and other casn fcSM 05 Outside checks III l reuer I7 IS iraciionai cnr item I.souts) rfote of other National Hank mM Ww reiicy LtwrcL Mokit Utnava In Bink, . UWOOO Kote of other National Rank t.AWFi'L Momct Itrskavit Ik Bakk. ' 000 00 Ma notes . Hpecie . Redemption Innd with u. 8. Tress- . w.. w miirs lai'tenoer Fund with U. S. Treas- u.iro if) nMiinnimfttilhinlMr rent nf Redemption 3.MOI0 clrcnlatlon) urer (not more than Mon rlr MB) X nil Tot I. culattonl t,m I.i" LIABILITIES Capital mock paid In l Undivided profit s.u? M Capital slock paid in I.lo? Kl Reserved for Tale . tJ.ow) ru WUrPlHSIIlUUpronis. ;jC0ntw Clrcnlatln- - Note . .u"u im (indlvmea Individual deposit subject 9 1M1 .1 Reserved for Taxes.... liHwOOl toe'i-e- k W.0UI 00 Circulating Ncter ?1J ID lST.Ki 03 . Certified Checks. Individual deposits subject of deposit due on nr Certificate I1M.SU tncheck tlO.W. W IQ.T'T 1 CertineM check...... Vi IH) after 50 day wh n il tiNvaiiie. ineiutiinff fall vw oniiiaiions Total representing money worrunm.. nuriiiu. .... ...... .. IVMTOOO Mt.W0 00 Total LIABILITIES .(1I3.S.1A IS 00 30.000 00 .'iO.OOO Ml ami ;i " lu U 8TATH OF K tKTCCKT, COCXTT I.W, F.Champ. Cashier of the abort named bank, do solemnly swear that the atiore date mentis true to the best nl my knowledge and W. F. Champ. Cashier. belief. Rnbsertbed and sworn to before me this Mb, day of Jan 191.1. S. J. Penny. Notry Public. My Commission Kzplres January M. 114. ttestt CoaartT B. F. Ilcnsox. I 'Directors. J. J. WALxm. SMIKLtY orOlRi0, w ! Total STATitor KXTrcaT.CorTTor(lARAn.s! ' I. H. C liKXNr. Cashier of the above uamed bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement Is true to the best of my knowledge 8. l", IIKNNT. audbellel. Ilct'soxt Mt. lloliro with gripp. Mrs. Mattie Montgomery Is Cashier. 8nhcrlhed and worn lo before me this Htb, day of Jan mis. w.o. Iiiney, Notary Tubllc. My Commission expires Feb 9, Corrict Attest: At rv R. Dixxr. I (Directors. H. O Cochran J.K. 8TORHRS. I very ill . 90 pounds Judge C. A. Arnolds crop. 375 pounds at 16, 295 pounds at 152c. 370 pounds at 144c, 280 pounds at 12Jc. 700 pounds a121c, 280 pounds at 11c, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Montgomery enAverage $12.33. 590 pounds at 9c tertained at a dining recently In honor Bidding spirited and all Garrard Co., of their daughter and husband Mr. and tobacco selling well. Mrs. Dudley'Gordon of Frankfort. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hendrickson and STANFORD. children of Orchard Grove, Mr and Mrs N. T. Grow and children of Bryantsville and Miss Ollie Crawford of this place Hon. P. M. McRob'rta was in Lan were the guests Mr. Dennie Scott caster last week on legal business. and family Sunday. Miss Ella May Saunders is the guest The little daughter of Mr. and Mrs, of Capt and Mrs. J. L. Coffey at Frank Johnson Speak a had a narrow escape fort. last week, while standing in front of II. J. McRoberts who has been sick an open fire her clothing caught on f're for several weeks, is still confined to and. burned almost off. Her mother, his home. heard her and smothered the flames Mrs. Eliza Coffy is at the bedside of and she escaped with onl.f a small burn her mother Mrs. Dr. S. Rhoton at on her back. relatives here. Mr. John Grimes who died at his home at Beuna Vista was interred in Mt Hebron cemetery Thursday. Mr. Robert Clark of Madison county, spent Saturday night with his cousins Messrs Herbert and Harry Stone. Mr. and Mrs. Hamlett Jennings the young folks at a social gathering on last Tuesday evening. Misses Blanch, Clotle Belle and Stella Speaks and Master Hamilton Speaks spent a part of the Week with their aunt Mrs. L. & Speaks. Mr. Thomas McMillan of III is with relatives here for a few weeks. Misses Eulala and Iva Montgomery of Beuna Vista were recent guests of homefolks. Mrs. Dillard Brumfleld an-- ! children of Jessamine spent last week with PLEASE in and settle your account, I need money to meet my obligations. Rella Arnold. Come GARRARD COUNTY TOBACCO Somerset. J. II. Monte of near Ellzabethtown. is visiting his aunt, Mrs. J. F. Gover, in the country" Mrs. J. I'. Buck, of Gilberts Creek, is the guest of her mother, Mrs. Martha Nevius. Miss Josephine Itayden, of PAducah, Is the gucat of her grandmother, Mrs. I'eimelia Iirown. Mr. and Mrs. J. A Beazley, of Lancaster, were the guests of his sister, Mrs. Will Hays Monday. Editors J. E. Robinson and R. L. Elkin of the Lancaster Record, attend County Court here Monday. James II. Uaughmnn, a Lincoln coun' ty man was elected a director of the Blue Grass Fair at Lexington. Mrs. W. A. Carson remains quite ill at her home on Lancaster street, her host of friends regret to learn. Mrs. John Bright and daughter. Sara Elizabeth, left this week for Hen- dersonville N. C. to spend the winter. Mrs. S. A.aKelth has returned to her home at Maysville, after a visit to her father. N. W. Fowl and other relatives. Mrs. J. W. Grinstead and too grand children, Lucile and Joe Pat Ireland, of Bellevue, were the guest of Mrs. H. J. McRoberts last week. Mr and Mrs. T. J. Price, of Lancas ter, took the train here last Wednesday for Deland, Florida, where they will spend the rest of winter. Miss Georgie Newbern, of the Univ ersity of Tennessee at Knoxville, lias returned after attending the burial of her mother, Mrs. D. J. Newbern. J. D. Raney who has been confined to his room for several weeks, as thought to be slowly improving, his many friends will be glad to know. G. E. Lutes who held his sale of live stock last week left for Orlando Fla. where he will make his home. It is probable that he will purchase proper ty. Mrs. J. T. Menefee of Knoxvilje spent a few days here last week with Mr and Aire. J. N. Menefee, she had been to s Danville to attend the Taylor-Nichol- The undersigned hereby warning to all persons not to trespass upon onacf twtaw ihl hssf.int Is for mt eicln-ir- r our lands for any purpose whatever as us of our farmer snliscrlkera, and Is lor we will prosecute all offenders to ful Ilia salt of stock, nam and such thins on extent of tt- - law. Hunters and. farm at the larmtr cannot afford (o admIff MANAGED BY J. LESLIE KNIGHT AND J. C. STONE AND REPRESENTED its. No notice will ims acctrltd ottr fonr Fishermen eipecinlly take notice. R. L. Elkin. lints, and will htonljrln 'wo Istnts of the G. W. Elam. GARRARD COUNfY BY JOSEPH KELLY, LEADS IN AGAIN Ed & N II Ptlce roK. frrtnfcbartr J. W Sweeney John M. Farra W. (5. Anderson FOR SALE;, good Poland china HIGH PRICES. ; J. H. & V. S. Weaver. It. L. Kclley. Odus Naylor. boar. S. C. Henderson, II. M. Lear. LOST-Several more crops of tobacco from Garrard County were sold at the black Newfoundland dog. in ! A. J. Caddell. W. S. Embry or around Lancaster, has white spot Mrs. Pattie I). Gill. II. C. Arnold Planters House this week at prices that were pleasing to the owners. Among under his neck. Any Information will Sarah J. L. Hackley. Jan. G. Conn. those selling from this county and their averages were as follows. be greatly appreciated. W. B. Ray. Miss Lena Schooler, Hyattsville Ky. S. U Rich. J. F. Foley, 2000 pounds, for $291.80 or an average of $ll.:tl.l George' Henry Moore. J. C. Morgan. S. E. Owsley. Denny, 2N) pounds for $378.31 or an nverage of Strayed: From my place on Sugar A. N. Ilallard, Jlfi.!i. Amon and Lane, 25C0' Mrs. Rebecca J. West. Creek, two heifers, weight about 350 W. R. Cook. pounds for $3(35.05, an average nf $14.2l5. The hbove prices included every" I II. C. Arnold. pounds, color red, one with horns, one We will add other names for 25 cent grade, none being left out. dehorned. Will pay for any Ir.forma-- 1 ., FARMER'S COLUMN POSTED fie lst tion. Fred J. Conn, R Salc;-Abo- 1. Lancaster Ky. j j cash. 200 bushels For nice clean orchard grass seed, Will sell cheap if sold at once. J. T. Anderson, Lancaster R. R. 2. Dealers Wanted nice Duroc boar, weight Any information pounds. will be appreciated. Tom Chesnut, Marnsuurv. Ky. LOST-- about A 150 The floors are loaded again for Thursday's market. We can take care o( your tobacco any day. Got yours here for next Tuesday's market. Ask anf of the above mentioned parties how they were pleased with their treatment and the prices received at this popular house. The Planters. We are always willing to stand by what our customers sav of us. Remember that Joe Kelly is with this house. ALLKN '37" 803 good work and saddle , For Sale-WT WANT a wltlfaaaV. Di:L'R In ttf mare, also two coming 2 year old mare ( town In S..utlrn Ohio, adjarrtit territory In W. llrilnla, Sutlirrn Indiana sn.1 rnttrr Ulslr el mules and 1 coming yearling horse mule KfhIim LEWI. It to talc on our line ofrsrs SMJ, ALLK7I avod, hir T. W. Conn, R. R 1. Lancaster Ky. and MKTZ automobiles. n.l you nuke MONKY. r'rom FOR RENT FOR YEAR aaturjr the owners, up; also .ne st I'J5. This Is a kkh) thasct for an established Auto Dealer to tske on a qithkwllint- - line of popular ears, or for a lire Will tent the Rod Brick house on llfHTI.KH with a little money ami WikWuf to et money.iniktnsT lulnes. Writ Into a first el Danville street, now occupied by Mr. ' quick for particulars to the Fsrtorr ltTTerots-Hr- s MOTOHS COWANY, Il-K KKNTUN Will Davis. For price and terms, write, ' Ninth M., Cincinnati, Ohio. Fisher Herring, Route No. 4, 1915. W. 0. RIGNEY. Funeral Lancaster, Director and Embalmer. Kentucky. OHlce Phone 18. tf Of Crab Orchard, Ky Report of the Conilltlon THE BUYrlT,TtPAY Residence Phone 33. Bunk do tuff 1mliie Of Bryantsville t town of Ilr yutvllli, Uniut j-- ol Garrard, Btatt of Kentucky, AT TIIK CLOSK OK BUSINGS ON THK 3i&t day of Dec 19N. KESOUKCKS. Isoatia and I'liconntu . weddir)g. Brings Good Prices at Peoples at Danville. House Price and Blades sold at this house yesterday. SO pounds 'at 35c, 355 pounds at 32c, 295 pounds 415 pounds at I5Jc, 140 pounds at 13, at 121c, 100 pounds at 11c, at 11c. Average $15.38. of I I Kentucky Rural I Credit Association 1,000,000 I I' Organized for the purpose of Financing the Ken-- fi tucky Farmer. U Low Rates; Long Terms to Members of the Capital Association. , If interested and you desire to becomsa inein-be- r, callon or address II. E Newbyat Citizens Notional Bank or Hotel Annex, Danville Ky., and get full particulars with literature explaining the plan. ' Will be in Danville until WEDNESDAY. JANDARY 20. 1915 .faifjiaifpjfaa.jfjfjfjfMtwmairjfjfjfjfjfjfjfjfWM. MatmapH OFFICERS. C. II. BerrymanV. Pres. Gov. James B. McCrvary, President. J. C. Vanmeter,' Secretary. J, L. Watkins, Treasurer. J. M. Lassing, General Counsel. DIRECTORS Frankfort, Ky. James K. McCreary .....Lexington, Ky. C. II. Berryman Lexington, Ky. I J. L. Watkin Newport, Ky. J. M. Lasting Bowling Green, Ky. Morgan O. Hughes Lexington, Ky. J. C. Van Meter. Louisville, Ky. John W. Vreeland Henry G. Overatreet Oweniboro, Ky. Thos. J. Big.taff ....Mt, Sterling, Ky. Paducab, Ky. Robert II. Scott. ... L. L.Dorsy, .. Anchorage, Ky. CarroltonMCy. , Forst Butts Newport. Ky. F. M. Witt William Giltner Eminence. Ky. , Shelby yllU, Ky. J. L. Zarlng mmm and ungeared James Hester, old son of Mr. Oterrirafif . Pue from Jtauka and Mrs. Hester had his left hand SOfCaah on timid Hanklntt lifu, frnriiuureaua badly mangled in a cut.ing box last .. ..... Klxtnrv . week that it had to be amputated. The Total t M.l!t little fellow is.getting along nicely. I.tAHILITlK. News has been received here from Capital HtncV paid In, lu rasb IISJSX) Kl .. I.hMIUJ Richmond. Va., of the arrival of a surplus Funds ... L'ndlUded l'rutlt. Iet eipeii- little daughter at tha home of Dr. and ses and tales paid 01 Deposit subject Mrs. Harry Higgins. The little lady Time Deposits torhrtk u 3el.lV. 01 has been named Dorethea Edward. V Oil Unpaid Dividends. . ..771 .. .Vf" to Ben Jennings, who has been foreman Bills I'ayable .. I S7.IHX 7 of the Danville Messenger for some STATE (IK KKNTUCKT.r time has accepted a position with the COUNTY OK UAHHARISt ' Interior Journal. Mr Jennings is said We.C.C. Meeker, and i. C. Wll. to be one of the best printers around Hams. Cashier of lbeIfabove named Bankdt, solemnly awtar that abevv statement la Irne to the best of our ktitsrledra and belief. here. C. C Seeker, Prealdeut. Will Raney and family, of Garrard J.C. WlltUKS, Casbtrr. county, have rented end moved to the Subscribed and trom tbefort rat this 7lh property owned by John M. Stone, on day of Jau I9!. J. liogsn Ballard. Notary Futile. Miller street, Mr. Raney and family 51 y Commission expires TeleJ. IiBI. will be given a hearty welcome in this DiatCToas; B. K, Hwope, J. H. Doner. community. Mrs. Lola Pickett, vocal music Report of the t'onUtlast teacher, of the Stanford school resignOK TIIK ed here the first of the year and re turned to the University of Tennessee Co & at Knoxville, where she had a better paying position. Mrs. Pickett mado ftduk doing builuem at Lancaatrr many warm friends during ber short Couuty of Garrard. State of KeniucWy, stay in Stanford, who wish her much AT TIIK CLOriE OK BUSINE.H ON THJC success wherever she may go. 31st. day of Dec, 1914. Mr. Walker Routt passed away at RKHOl'KCKS. his home in the west end of this county IxjaDand t an early hour Sunday morning, after Overdraft lUncouiiti.. uud uu- - t t UA'i It cured . 4.VW7 W ecu red a long illness of dropsy. The deceased . Due from Hauka 21.9. u 7,.Vtt ;aih on hand. ... was one of Lincoln county'sbestknown Urt citizens and will be greatly missed in Check, and other Cain Iteim Huuklntc Home, Furniture and 13") O" Fixture hia section of the county. He leaves Other Aeu uot Included under 45 four children to mourn the losa sf a kind any of ahovv heada and devoted father. tlbUVKM 17 Total Lieut. Caswell Saulley, one of Stan LIABILITIES. .V,(0 00 ford's young men, who has been a Capital Block paid lu, iu catb. Hurnlu Fund MJ00 member of one of the aeronautic corps Unditlded rrofltn, teia expetiaea Mi 71 aud taxe paid . on the United States cruiser North Deposit ublet-- t to check t H Carolina, in the Mediterranean waters, Time iiepouis. has been returned to his home country I'npald dlvlduda. toil 9il mill and will have his headquarters at Pen- - Other Payable Liabilities uot Included under any of above heada sacola Fla, for the lemairuler of winter. He will visit his brother. Rowan SauS ttO.l 17 Total State nf Kentucky, Comity of (larrard, Pet, lley and sister Mrs G. L. Penny here. t Me.lt. K.McUoberU and J, W.Klrowt The City Council of Stanford at its and Caxhter of the aUie named Hauk olemnl)- wear first meeting in th New Year, held do true to the beat ofthat like abut atiattemeut In ourkaowledrvahd Iwtlef. last Thursday night, found the financial U.K. MeUaherw, Frealdeut. J. W. Klmore.Caahter. condition of this city in better condiKubfHTllM'd and tion now than they had been for some day of Jau 1113 sworu to before me tkU Kb time. After finding things in such good Will H. Hopper. Notary I'uMlc. My eouuila-aloexpires February IV. ,91. condition it was decided to reduce the DlRECTOkSf tax rate 10 cents, or from 75 to 65 cents Alex Walker, W. U.Cuok. V. A. Lear. on each $10d worth of property, which, will effect quite a saving to the taxReport of the Condition payers of this city. There is some OP THE thing like $0,000 in the city treasury at present. The great moving picture serial, Zudora, u story of Oriental mystery dolnx bualueaa at the ttiwu of l'alut Lick, Couulyof (larrarU, Bute of Kentucky, and romance, will be given at the StanAT THK CaUt)K IP lll'INKa OM TMfc ford opera house by the Woman's Club 31st. day of Dec. 1914. of Stanford. The first episode was given Wednesday night. This serial is ItF.KM'IICUsi to last for 20 week. M anager Romans IWHU no Loans aud Discount of the Lancaster Opera house has also Ortrdralts.svcured aud unsecured 14 17.IW1 it Due Baukt secured this great picture and will put Cash from baud uu it on each Friday night at Lancaster, Checks aud other cash Items.. v 85 Hi House. Furniture aud This is said to be one of the greatest Bauklui , ,, . J.Uil M Fixtures pictures out and everybody should take Total. llW.Iti I advantage of the opportunity to see it. I.IAI1II.IT1KH! The remains of Mrs. A. C. Dunn Capital Block paid lu, lu cash. I 1S.UXI 00 were brought here from Wilrnore Surv- - Surplus Kuud Undltided profits, less expenses M day 'or burial. The deceased for many and Lie paid Ml years was a resident of this county. Deposits subjecttucheck tM,M Demand Certificate of U Deposit She was visiting her von Will Dunn and Tin. Deposits ,,l'ostal....Bar family at Crab Orchard when she was Bl tug Tt txn taken ill and had to be taken home, Due Bank aud Trust Companies IKI.OU) (SI . Bill I'ayabl where ihe never recovered from an atTotal, lltv.Ul U tack of pneumonia. She was before her marriage Miss Bell VanArsdile, a Btatt ol Kentucky, County of U.rr.rd, i'resi. K. I.. Woods, daughter of the lata Barney Van Arsdals We,and Cashier ol aud K. 0. Wood, Bank, the abovt named dtut add had a hoat of iriendi hera who re do solemnly swear thai tba tboya stategret to learn of her death. She leaves ment Is true lo the best of our kuowledse and K.L. WOODS, President. b.llef. husband and three sons, will, Lucian K.O.WOODS, Cashier. and Charley Dunn and one daughter Bubacrlbtd and sworn to before mt this litis Mis Nancy Lee Dunn to feel the loei day ol Jan 1919. D. Hamraack. Notary W. rttllt My Commission Ksplrti rb . 191S. of a kind and affectionate mother. . "17 . . to s: All For $3.50 R MECHANICS Evening Post, daily for one year MAGAZINE Home and Farm, for one year. For Father and Son AND ALL THE FAMILY 24 Page War Atlas and UndtnUnd It The Central Record one year at the cut price of $3.50 for all. S1S9 ISc Two and a half million readers find It of absorbing Interest, Everything in it is Written So You Cam We tell 400.000 rcesVa every month ssithoul gnmtt prerolurn and have no soLcttors. Any tsrsradealcr will hsrar you a copy; or write the urmssknsis- -s postal wui ao. A VCAM A COPY Mocaasiiea Magazine toiular IWthasM CHICACO f ISav. This offer la only good for the neath of January. R. L Stivers. Pres. Chas Conner. Vice-Pre- s. , L. M. Land. Treas. J. V. Rode, Mr. Garrard Bank Trust THE Independant Tobacco Warehouse Company. ' . . VO Lexington, Kentucky. For The Sale Of Loose Leaf Tobacco. FREE OF ANY TRUST. intersection South Lime and Upper Streets. Phone 1910. Capacity 750,000 lbs. 300 Loaded Wagons. DIRECTORS. It. I.. Stivers. Clias Conner, I,. M. Land, 1 freI-deu- - at u J. V. Itodes, W. F. I.anil. Luther Stiver. one-thi- rd Peoples Bank This house still leads in Kentucky, selling over 6,750, pounds of the Tobacco sold in Lexington of December 9th at an average of 77cts per hundred over the rest of the house. 1 1 Mr Lindsey Ray's crop sold in this house last Thursday, at an average of $16.75. At this house Mr Oscar Ray sold his crop at an average of $H.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 iind out about , UU the market. , t Independent Tobacco Warehouse Lexington, Kentucky. t