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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): January 21, 1915 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1915 cen1915012101_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 21, 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. TID? CENTRAL RECORD. PURR RELIOJOh, UNJA RNI8HED DEMOCRACY AND (lOOD OOVERffMEM tWRNTT WTH TIAR. LANCASTER. KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON, JANUARY 21, 1915. Please hand us that $ County Court Monday. NUMIIII 42. ALL THEY CAN HANDLE- - SCOTT Walter Scott, aged about 32 years and a son of Mr. George Scott, of Marksbury, died at the lattcrs home last Sunday morning of tuberculosis. A and RANGES CONE AND RANGES GO From the way the tobacco Is coming Into the Lancaster Tobacco Warehouse Head Stanley's announcement on one would think we had about three page 8. loose leaf houses at this place. Messrs Pay ui a call Monday, wo are always Spelth and Graw are getting about all they can handle and they are paying glad to ee our friends. the prices that satisfies the customer. Seo "Zudora" tomorrow night, you It is not unusual to see twenty load will be sorry if you miss It. ed wsgons lined up in front of their Being a neutral nation becomes more house waiting their turn to be unloaded CHEERFUL GIVER. i sT Wti. WCaW sr L . -- 'II of 'distinction every day. A meeting of the mule and jack rais ers of Central Kentucky was held in Our roads now have three dimensions Danville Monday afternoon, there was length, breadth and depth, mostly a large attendance and Hon It. L. dtpth. Hubble, was endorsed for position of BJThe 3tork Is no respecter of persons. Jack and Mule Department of the Pan It has recently made a visit to the American Exposition in Ssn Francisco, Mr. Hubble is well known in Garrard White House. as an experienced man In the jack and All the Stanford pike needs to make mule business and here's hoping he It a useful link In our great national will land the place. watering system is locks. Will some one kindly bring us the Central Record of Jany 7th 1915. GOOD MAN FOR PLACE. but with you stays the one 1 YOU KNOW. The Great JESTIC CONN BROTHERS. Lancaster, DOtXHKHX PICTURE SHOWS. Kenew your subscription next Mon. day and take advantage of our combi Doth picture shows are running splen nation offer on page three. did serial pictures. The Lancaster Lancaster is getting to be a great Opera House is putting on Zudora picture show loving place and there is which is proving as interesting as The no reason why two shows cannot do Million Dollar Mystery. Last Friday night the house was packed. well. The fourth episode of "The Master Key" at the Hex drew a large and tklimn me ntann auuI ....... Iinly .. Iue . enthusiastic crowd h Tuesday night. ciciy .. w n bookkeeper will make potatoes worth The managers of these opera houses 8 a barrel in 20 years. deserve great credit for the splendid pictures they are giving the public. The Cadii Itecord aptly observes that If some of our merchants would spend W. C. T. U. MEETING. less time "cussin" the mail order houses and more time in systematic advertisAt a large and enthusiastic meeting ing and encouraging the people to trade of the W. C. T. U. held last Saturday. with them there would be less cause to tld. F. M. Tinder stated that the ob- complain of the Interference of the ject of the meeting was to pray for the mail order houses. amendment of the Constitution. Kev. Beagle spoke, of the Russian movement tb Girl of mystery In closing all saloons. "ZUDORA" Prof. Cancer spoke of the total abstinance required at the OPERA HOUSE, Fridijr Night. of athletes the world over. Mr. J. F, GOOD "The Lord loveth a cheerful giver," "It Is more blessed to give thsn to receive," are faithful sayings, and worthy of all acceptations. Give where your gift is needed, where it brines joy and gladnets, and your own heart will swell with real pleasure. To lavish girts upon the rich, the strong, the powerful, in the hope that you may in turn, is mean, irrovelintr ami pitiful. Don't belittle yourself that way. Give to these unfortunate irJen, women and children of this war stricken country, brighten their lives and the brightness will come hack into your own heart by reflection. Ourch'erful givers for this week are: Previously acknowledged $ 13.50 Rex Theater 13.70 Mrs. A. C. Robinson Mrs. Fannie Walker Mr. S. B. Henry 1.00 1.00 1.00 I Call and See our Line of A PROBABLE ISSUE The only issue between the democrat. ic candidates for the irabernatorial nomination up to this time seems to be whether the democratic party should stand for a fair trial or the County Unit Law, or whether Countv tlnil should be abandoned for trial upon mate wide prohibition. The Hon. John W. Newman declares in his platform for State-wid- e prohibition while it in understood that Lieutenant Governor, MrUermott. Hon. Henry Bosworth, Dr H. H. Cherry, and Congressman. A. O. Stanley stands for a fair trial of the County Unit Law before an attempt at State wide prohibition. I Stoves and Cooking Utensils. HASELDEN BROS. Wholesale and Retail Hardware. IMPORTANT TO THE FARMER. Ky. LIVE and LET LIVE FOLKS Holtzclaw made a plea that we vote as The big public question this vear we pray and for the man. A circle should be road improvement. OFFICE REMOVED- As a prayer was then offered ir. which a matter of (act, the road problem is far Mr. H. Clay KaulTman has recently more important to the farmer than any number took part. moved his office over the Postoflice and political issue. The Imnortanre nf tmrt is now better prepared than ever to roads is not disputed by any man in this look after the interests of his con COMBINATION SALE. county at this season of the year and stituents. Messrs. J. A. Jones and J. N. Ross the people generalv are verv desirous are planing for one of the largest com- of building them, but when the sunshine GARDEN SEED. bination sale ever held in this connty. gets In Its work during the warm part . Senator Johnson N. Camden has sent Already quite a number of stock have or the year and the roads get firm, we a number of pack agea of garden seed rn listed and the prospects for a near no more the urgent cry or build to the Record office for distribution. successful sale is very flattering. Any ing rnd repairing the roads. We are Any reader may have a package, as one desiring to sell any stock, should reminded of the old fellowhat could'nt long as they last, by calling at this of- see one of thesn gentleman at once. cover his house while it was raining fice. The sale will be held rain or shine at and when it wasn't raining It did'nt the stock pens of Mr. Ross, on Stan- I1CCU 11. ford st. Saturday, January 13th begin- GRAND OPERA- - I WE COMPETE WITH QUALITY I GLEN LILY Why? BECAUSEA MlUion Dollars has been spent in the courts trying to prove that Bleached Floor is not injurous to health BECAUSE Glen Lily is the only Flonr on this market NOT Bleached. CAN YOU afford to let price destroy both Health and Quality. RANGES Cook and Heating Stoves A few at attractive prices. Rogers Silver Ware, Buggy Robes, Leather and Duck Legglns at BARGAINS. Oliver. Syraone and John Deere Steel flows. Vulcan Plows at a Big Reduction Agents for the Reliable American Fence. fence made. The best J. E. Mount, Son & Co. 31 IE 31 IE Red Goose School Shoe It Is a Demonstrated- fact that Children will take better Shoes when their pride in them is aroused care of Clothes and "Red Goose" Sctotl Shoes Red Goose Shoec awaken this seise of pride in every child, boy or girl. Call at our store and see this sea sons attractive LIKl IBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW. H. M. LYONS LANCASTER. KENTUCKY. IE 3C ICZ JL ing at 10 o'clock. Quite a number will attend the Grand Opera at Lexington next week from PROUD OF HIS GAME. here. You ahould phone Manager Scott, or The Ben Ali theater and he The boy with his first pair of red top will see that good seats are reserved boots, couldn't rnve been any prouder for you. than Will Embry was last Friday morn ing, while he was exhibiting six mal BRINGS GOOD PRICES. lard ducks that he had just killed, on Mr. Ben Kelly Jr. raised a crop of his farm near town. He very unselftobacco on the farm of Mr. C. S, ishly gave them to the "circle girls" Ballcw, that averaged at the Planters who always have an eye for business House in Lexington last week the high and are always ready to work for misprice of $21 the hundred. This was sions, so they were served to twelve A considered one of the best crops raised hungry men at fifty cents a plate. delightful menu was served at the hos in the county. pital home of Mrs. L. G. Davidson and to say that the twelve did justice to S MEETING. the ducks and all the side dishes, but feebly expresses it. The Club of the Paint Lick school will meet Friday HE KNOWS HOW. afternoon at 2:30 o'clock in the high school room at that place. This Is a Mr. R. E. Maupln, one of the best new inovation for this popular school salesmen that ever carried a grip, and and it is hoped that a full meeting will who can sell a Ford machine as easily be in attendance. as he once sold a barrel of sugar, was in our office the other day and renewed his advertisement for that popular car. IT'S THE TRUTH. He informs us that he sold 54 of these Weekly remarks forcefully Collier's cars during 1914, which is more than a and epigramatically: "Booze and machinery will not mix, never have mixed. car a week for every week in the year. One of the greatest sales ever made and it is no use trying to make them of automobiles has just been contracted We have mix. Ask any coroner." by the Ford Motor Co to the Allied had a good many examples of the truth Armies for war purposes, of 25,000 of this asssertion here in Kentucky touring cars to be delivered on the recently. This continent within sixty days. should help make easy the sale of TIME LIMITED. 300,000 cars, the amount necessary for to participate in the Head our combination offers on page the purchaser profits. three of this i;ue. These offers are If Bob could find the prospects, he limited and will only be run a short could sell half of that amount himself. time. Here is a rare opportunity at small cost to supply your family with good reading matter for a year. Too SMALLPOX SPREADING. much is going on in the world not to The two words taken in conjunction keep In touch with it. voice a reproach to any community. What is preventable should be prevent CARRIER ed and if not prevented, we are entitlMrs. Nannie Carrier died at the horns ed to ask, as well in the name of the of her mother, Mrs. Jim Simpson, last ell citizens as in that of the sick Who Saturday morning, of acute Bright! is to blame! It will not help matters In the least disease. Mrs. Carrier had been sick about six months and leaves three to declare that they are a disgrace. children, the youngest being only three But It will help matters mightily to weeks old. Her remains were takes have the Board of Health recognize to Buckeye where they were buried these conditions and, to the very best of its ability, set about remedying them. last Sunday morning. Good intentions are, anyway, a good beginning. ONE ON OUR JAILOR. From an economic standpoint, quite Susie George, alias "Quink", well as much as from one of hygiene, public known in police circles and society health Is a public asset and good health circles on the "chute" put one over on Is worth more to a community than any Uncle Dave when she escaped her jail other single agency in It, of whatsosentence. "Quink" had been placed In ever character. Nothing that can be jail to await the action of the grand dona by Intelligent, systematic effort, jury for forging three checks on Mrs. to clean up and to stamp WebbRainey. Last Friday morning out, should be left undone. she dressed a dummy and placed it in Even tho this has been but Imperfectly bed and when the door wis opened she perceived .hitherto one may derive some walked out from behind It, boarded the consolation from the knowledge that it train and departed for part unknown. (t never too late to mend. PARENT-TEACHERParent-Teache- RESURRECTED. The Garrard Countv MH 111 SniMatv arter remainingquiescent several years, was resurrected and reorganized at ha Kengarlan last Thursday night. The meeting was interesting and harmonious and was attended bv Dr's Afnnn Acton. Kinnaird, Elliott, Rose, Mont gomery, Gilbert and McWilllams. The following officers Were unAnimnn.lv ! elected. President, Dr. J. M. Acton. Vico Pres. Dr. J. S. Gilbert. Sect'v Dr. J. B. Kinnaird. Ur's Amon, Elliott and Kinnaird were aDDointed to prepare a schedule of fees to be sub mitted at the next meeting. January 28th. It was the unanimous opinion mat the rees or the Doctors were not commensurate with the high prices of comodities, that the prices of the necessativesof life had advanced to such an extent, that their earnings were not sufficient to meet expenses and that instead of prospering all were growing poorer. It was therefore de- cided by a unanimous vote to prepare a just and reasonable schedule of fees which would not work ajhardship upon the people and at the same time benefit the profession. A plan will be orouosed at the next meeting whereby "dead beats" and may be handled in such a way as to make them remunerative patients. Dr. Cain, of Sorrerset. Councilor for this district, will probably attend the next meeting. Barrarrl Milliner fin. i 9 ZUDORA" The Girl of Mystery AT THE LANCASTER OPERA HOUSE, FRIDAY NIGHT. NEW LOCAL ATTORNEY FOR L & N RAILROAD The lsw department or the L. & N. Railroad Company selected Mr. J. E. Robinson as local attorney. sucoiHltnir Judge L. L. Walker, who resigned arter serving the Company about eighteen years, except the ime he was Circuit Judge. MOTHER'S INADEQUATE REPLIES. is said that the average child's fa. vorlte word is still "why." which In dicates that, in spite of all gloomy views, u infantile craving for knowledge has not degenerated. And the mother stiU makes the answer which It 9aryar& Snow atwhose acting has attracted world-wid- e tention, plays the leading role as Zudora. caila for the least reflection, but this. of course, la where the need of a wider spread of maternal Information Is called for. The modern child looks around and sees things which it has always remembered, but which have come to the mother among the unexpected "marvels of the age." And even the most anxious and willing parents may have to think twice when the child who wants to know asks "why" the tele phone talks, the aeroplane flies, the submarine dives, the phonograph sings the typewriter prints and the electric kettle boUa itself. You may be sure that an excellent program will be furnished you each and every night you attend the show aa nothing pictures are exhibited. The following is the but First-clas- s program ior rnuay pugnt: "ZUDORA" .That Great Serial Picture In two Parts. ."What Became of Jane" Sell Comedy. .'Absent-mlnde- d Cupid" j Edison Comedy. Admission: and 10 Cents. Page 2 The Central Record, Thursday Jan 2 1 1915. I continues to lead the Market. Yesterday we sold Chenault 5 Hatton 2455 pounds, $ 268.10 $ 347.42 Ross & Ross 2070 pounds McGrath,WHliams & Son 2050 pounds $ 244.43 136.97 Collins 6 Phelps 1300 pounds 51 1.70 Coy & Bellamy 3800 pounds 249. 6J PrewittS Ross 2135 pounds 274.30 House & Ross 2310 pounds average $10.92 average 11.70 average 11.89 average 10.52 average 13.46 average 11.70 average 11.80 1 33,45 pounds of Tobacco at a general floor average of $8.65 Clay Broaddus 4015 pounds Phelps & Royce, 3720 pounds Oldham & Azblll 3900 pounds Ross & Kelly 1280 pounds Dora Wheeler 2315 pounds Coy & Coy 5275 pounds Winn & Anderson 1615 pounds - $445.60 436.16 414.70 219.69 261.60 569.64 202.05 average $10.84 average 10.65 average 10.63 average 12.70 average 11.30 average 10.80 average 12.51 "We Give You a Square Deal." Bring Your Tobacco To The HQM E RICHMOND, T INCORPORATED. i WAREHOUSE CIPJf. KENTUCKY. OF GRAND OPERA AT BEN ALI rbuy Gold Mcctal" The Suro Growing Kind If ha can't supply you. FAMILY CARES This Information May Be of Value Many a Mother in Lancaster. To HAVE YOU CATARRH? It's a Gangeroas Disease Hyomei HAMMACK LOYI) LEXINGTON TO HAVE SEASON Suivn-tor- e On .Monday and Tuesday. January Guisseppe Agostina (dtamntic). Scinrrttl (lyric). All redo Graziana and 'Jil Hlue Grass music lovers (lyric. are tti hear tho celebrated San Carlo (dramatic). Luciano Rossini (rami Opera Company a the lien Ail Ilarilone. .Messrs. Alessaniro .Modrsti, theater in 11 uqwrloiro of three of the Angelo Antola, L. Dellemolle, llnssos. Tales Natalie Cervi, Einuie Sesona. world's musicals masterworks. Such great opera loving cities hi Onei of Iloifman. Faust uwl Carmen. hundred iwple compose the noted .Montreal. Cleveland, St. Ixui. Cinorganisation and this great numerical cinnati. Ohnmn, St Paul anil Imis-vill- e hnve heard the San Carlo stars strength embraces a superb singing I eltorus (Italian), and n complete grand thi esfi. ami tire organization comes well laden with high praise opera orchestra of selected players j to erilcs. The operu under the direction of the eminent of the maestro, Chavelier Giuseppe Angelim. will be staged Uhm n scale of The reThe (Irat row of seats nearest the stage mtroHliti magnificence. on the orchestra tloor will not be wM, pertoire and dates follows: Monday evening. OlTenbachs charmowing to the sire of the orchestral section of the company. Some twenty ing fals- - of llolfman; matinee, opunr Fauit; Tuesday bo world famous opera stars will brought to Lexington, and the oeras evening. Hin t's Carmen. The grand opera event will unwill be sung by three different and distinct casts of leading artists. The nota- questionably prove the most notable ble of the organization are as foi musical atrair In the city's h.slory and lows: Sopranos: SImes. Ester Adaberto be the means of bringing many hund(dramatic), Edvige Vaccarl (coloratura) reds of peopb to Lexington from Anita neighboring cities. The lien Alt theater (dramatic). SInrie Kaestner Sadelmayer (lyric), Sleilo Sopranos: management therefore will gie special orders Annette care and attention to SImes Carolina Zawner, Clubot. Anne Hesse. Tenors: .Messrs. for seats. 115 neia SEEDS When there Is added to the many cares Inseparable from the rearing ot children that nlllictioii of weakness of the kidneys and auxiliary organ?, the mother's lot ts far from a happy one. This condition has often been corrected by the use or Doan's Kidney Pills. When relief comes the mother's burden will be lighter and her home happier. Mrs. II. U. Crutchfield, Stanford St., Lancaster, Ky., says: "Sly boy was greatly troubled by his back and kidneyr. He did not have proper control over the kidney secretions, which caused 110 end 88D0 ALLEN "37" IiLALrtt In eifh of annoyance. The child also looked WE WANT a tcitn In Smthorn Ohio, adjacent territory In W. badly and I was considerably worried Mrrfnla, Southern InJUna atul entire Mite ol about his health. I heard of Doan's Kentuikr to tale on our line o( LEU 19, ALLEN Our cara M.U. irotwl, Kidney Pills and began giving them to anJ METZ automobile. you make MO.SKY. 1'rom tatl.fr the owners, and SIUS. a is This up; alto one f4 an rftablLhrd at Auto Dealerla to good chance htm. He&0c,now a great deal better. take on a lor Don't Price at all dealers. qui. killing line of popular cars, or for a lire Ill'STLKH with a little money and linking tn (ret simply asK for a kidney remedy get liu.inrss. Writ inn a first (lass Doan's Kidney Pills the same that mil, k for partlrulars to the Factory Itcpreamta. K. COMPANY, SlflTOItS t Foster, Mrs. Crutchfield recommends. A"tnth St., Cincinnati, Ohio. Milburn Co.. Props., Buffalo, N. Y. Buy them from your local .ted dealer. nt ui direct. LOUISVILLE SLED CO. Louisville, Ky. 2nd and Wain Dealers Wanted I c Sl-- CITY OR a COUNTRY TOWN? till.,- - V 1 Jim. iniiau -- a wm l'UU7Uuli' . 1 in k A home builder In Lancaster hit upon a charming idea when she caused her little daughter to make the impression of her foot in the wet clay of several bricks that are now in the walk before her door. The imprint was made in , but the outlines of the the year little foot are perfectly clear, and re- m.in as a dainty souvenir of childhoods happy days. It is 71st such touches of sentiment as this that make the diller-enc- e between the city and a country town, but who would live in a city? MECHANICS For Father and Son MAGAZINE FALLING HAIR OR ITCHING SCALP. AND ALL THE FAMILY Two and a half million readers find it of absorbing interest Everything in it is Written So You Can Understand It We sell 400,000 copies every tronth without civtng premiums and hae no soUcitors. Any newsdealer will show you a copy; or wrte the publisher for tree sample a postal mJ do. 51.5Q A YEAR ISc A COPY Popular Mechanics Magazine r 6 No. Michigan An., CHICAGO Now that Parisian Sage an inex pensive preparation that supplies every hair and scalp need can be had from H. E. McRoberts, it is certainly need matted, less to have thin, brittle, stringy or faded hair. No matter how unsighty your hair, hov badly it Is falling, or how r..uch dandrulf, Parisian Sage is all that is needed. Every trace of dandrulT is removed with one application, the hair roots are nourished and stimulated to grow new hair, itching scalp and falling hair cease. j Parisian Sage is certainly one of the and will surely I most invigorating tonics, make your hair soft, abundant and radi- unt with life and beauty. Several at tnis place are sick with Jack Manuel has, moved to his farm small iox. near Crab Orchard, Farmers are progressing nicely strin-pin- g Lou SIcQucrry's little boy has typhoid tobacoo. ratarrh. which is indicated by fever and is very sick Good many of the sick tieople are snifiling, frequent colds and crusts in Sirs. Charles Dillon visited Sirs. able to be out again. the nose Is a serious disease and if not checked surely spreads to the delicate .Menefee SIcQuerry last week. Little Cecil Sander, of Coy, is visitliningof theairpasages; and frequently Corb .Manuel's little child has been ing Mrs. U. G. Preston. destroys the hearing. very sick but is not any better. Sliss Delia Johnson spent Sunday To cure catarrh you must have someA. J. Hammack Jr. has moved to night with her aunt Sirs. .Morris. things that will quickly reach the Sir. and Sir. Lotie Raney are visitdiseased tissues, kill the germs, and Cephus Morgan's tenant house. ing her mother, .Mrs. Wade in Jessamine Prea Iloskins hs rented the Sam drive out the poison Co. Hvomel is just such a remedy. Being Field's house and will move to it soon. .Miss Stella Ford Ray is the guest of a mixture of antiseptic oils that you Sirs. Slary Hammack, who has been breathe through a small intol-- r its sut'eritig with severe cold, is better. her cousins, .Misses l.iJa Slae ami Nell Ray. medication cannot help Sliss Slartha Ross, who has been Sir. and Sirs. James Simpson spent going direct to the raw and inllamed lining of the nose and throat, quickly engaged as nurse in Richmond is at Sunday with their daughter .Mrs. Avis g home. feeling, Turner. relieving that choked-uthe unclean discharges, and heal-inSir. nnd .Mrs. Lige SlcSIillion spent Sirs. Rothwell who has been sutler-in- g the sore spots -- you breathe freely. with typhoid fever, is better but is Sunday with her parents Sir. anil Sirs. Even the worst cases respond at nice. very weak. The nurse went home on John Ray. There Is nothing for the treatment of Sunday. Sir. and .Mrs. Robert Whltuker spent catarrh His that is easier, more pleasSaturday and Sunday with her sister Charles Rothwell of Oklahoma and satisfying as Hyomei. U. E. ant or so Sirs. Jesse Simpson. Sam D, Rothwell of Sloretand Kv, are McHoberts sells it on the Slisses Lida Slae and Nell Ray enhere to see their mother who has been plan. tertained u few friends at their home very ill with typhoid fever. on last Friday evening. News comes from Keene Ky from Sliss Pattie Long entertained quite TEATERSVILLE Mrs. Sam Fields that her husband wus E. G. number of young friends Saturday evenwith typhoid fever. threatened Mrs. Conard Jones and little daugh Hammack and wife went Sunday morn- ing. All reorted u nice time. ter are visiting her mother at Iterea. Sliss Slarie Ray has returned boine ing to see him. Mr Jim Hume nnd son Walter are in after a very pleasant stay with her r Sirs. Eliza Ray. Lexington this week with their tobacco Sir. and Sirs. Will Land have returnMr nm! Mrs. Clav Hardin spent Sun STOMACH MISERY ed to their home after a weeks stay day with his mother Mrs. Sara Hardin. with his parents in Jessamine. Mr nml Mrs. Flovd Itav will leave Will Quickly and Safely Rid You Sir. and Sirs. Will Whitaker. and sor. Fri lay to visit her cousin Miss Lottie T. and also Sir. Luther Raney spent Jones Bt Winchester. of Indigestion. Sunday with Sir. antl Sirs. Slike Ray. Misses Lila nnd Ida Lane were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Prewitt When your stomach is out of order I Saturday night and Sunday. fer-- 1 Agee has returned home your food lies like a lump of lead Sir. Price feel-- , week with his menting and surely causing that after spending several ing of fullness, sour taste in th mouth) grandparents in .Marion county. and many ' coated tongue, biliousness, Master Carl Hume was very lucky other warning sign of indigestion, thla week in catchinc two hawks in his ! which is often a dangerous tiilment. A simple prescription mule up of a steel traps, ono measured three feet It is needless for vou to sutler, foi combination of pure vegetable oil i other, three feet any druggist can supply you with nine inches, and the producing wniuleriul results for sufj ferer from itutiLich, liicr and intestinal seven inches. na. a harmless and efficient remedy forj troubles. The nmeil, which i said small tablets t to hae originated tn I'rance, where it all bad stomachs. These Dangers ol a Cold. Joyful has been used for jear by the peasantry, give almost immediate and was introduced into tin country by Do you know that of all the minor relief, while a few days' treatment' George II. SIar. a leading Chicago colds are by far the most strengthens and stimulates the diges- - druggist, who cured himself of everc ailments dangerous? It Is not the colds them tive system. The How of gastric juices stomach, lucr ami ttitcstm.il trouble by iVim ..t,n In.., l,i i, selves that you need to fear, but the is increased, then your food is prop- first dose iii.a sufficient to convince any t serious diseases that they bo often lead erly digested; sour and gassy stomach, one of its remarkable merit, and that and to. For that reason every cold should sick headaches, restless nights within twenty-fou- r Inur the sufferer be gotten rid of with the least possible other distressing symptoms quickly feels like a new person This medicine, j which has become known a SlayrS delay. To accomplish this you will vanish. Remedy, sold by leading If sutlering any stomach distress do! Wonderful everywhere iswith th? positive find Chamberlain's Cough Remedy of drusiuUts give you quick undcrstmdiiig that our money will be great help to you. It loosens a cold. not wait let relieves the lunga, aids expectoration and lasting relief It. E. SIcRoberts refunded without question or quibble if and enables the system to throw oft the sells it with guarantee of money back ONE Untie fails to give you absolute satisfaction. if you are not satisfied. cold. For sale by all dealers. Effective is the Remedy. 11 health-restorin- g p sto-pin- g 11 grand-mothe- SOUTH S BIGGEST SHOW COMING IN LOUISVILLE, FIRST WEEK IN FEBRUARY MORE AUTOMOBILES TO BE SHOWN DRESSED IN OFF THAN EVER BEFORE-ARM- ORY TO EE LOfTON DECORATIONS- s Oil Treatment for Stomach Troubles Sli-o- j a I Kentucky people will be ptoud t Louisville Automobile Dealers Association, under whose auspic til" show-iknow that the biggest ami best exs-tiogiven, by making the decoration of of the automobile industry in the United States, outside of the twocitle cotton, the South's greatest asset and of Chicago ami New YorK, will be held the biggest money product under ordiin Louisville beginning .Monday morn- nary circumstances which the United ing, February 1, anil closing at ten p. States has. While it is true tlmt In m. on Saturday night, February ti. almost every part of the cotton growAt the Louisville Automobile Miow ing section of thl country efforts are practically every new device and ma- now being mail.) to reduce the cotton chine of consequence will be exhibited. crop to such an extent that it will not All of the space has been taken for the reach a price below ten cents, it Is alto main exhibits, and much of it for the ' true that no matter how far this cam smaller, but no less equally important paign goes, cotton will continue to be exhibits or accessories, sundries, mot- the market master of tho Southern orcycles and things that are related to States which is til trade territoiy of the automobile industry. Louisville, Programs of interest by an orchestra great number of visitors A usual of IS) piece with soloists of note will from all over Kentucky, Indiana and give concerts every afternoon and adjoining States interested in the new evening. and moat striking ami liniwrtant deThat this is to be the South's biggest velopments in the automobile industry Automobile Show ha been recognl.ed from every view point, will attend the by the Pudding Committee of the exposition. I 11 Registered Hereford Bull SEASON 1015. Service $2.00 Cash. Two miles from Lancaster on the Richmond pike. TO R. E. HENRY. ijanca ster Tobacco Warehouse STANFORD Are You a Woman ? STREET. i! Cardui The Woman's Tonic FN SALE AT ALL IWMtSTS C. A. Speith Co., Managers No Commission Charged. We'Pay Highest Market Prices. Unload The Same Day. The Central Record, Thursday Jan Send Your Tobacco o 21, 1915 ,, I1 Page 3 The STATE AID IS NOW UP TO YOU jEt jEK 3E5 FARMERS M ET HO WAREHSE INCOKI'OKATKD "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 In the greater number of rouiuie. in Kentucky, the iirocnt method of road building is the sninc as that winch obtained in Hug-lan- d in the days of Queen Kliznbcth. The result is that wc have liccn trending muiic $2,000,000 a year for mads, in Kentucky with no roaiU to show for it. "One hundred year ago, Kentucky put into operation the plan of State aid. Seventy-liv- e jears ago that plan was discontinued hut, in the interval practically all of the improved highway to which the State can now lay claim were constructed. The counties that got the lion's share were the counties of the Illuc Grass. "Kentucky has 10,000 mile of improved roads, but there arc 89 pauper counties and tfj, or more than without a single mile of improved road. The counties that the State aided a hundred years ago are found in neither column. They arc and for scventv-liv- e years have been the richest in the State. Kentucky has just waked up from a sleep of f cvcnty-liv- c years. The right of the State to grant aid in the building of road has been restored by Constitutional Amendment. The granting of that aid is safeguarded by the condition that not a dollar of the State's money is to be paid out until the roads constructed with State aid conform" to the specifications drawn tip anil laid down by t he State IStireau of Hood Roads. The local magistrate and the contractor with a pull are to be no longer the court of lat resort. "If the money raicd for road building with State aid is not intelligently expended, the head of the State Hurcau and his assistants ami the Governor who appoint them can be held responsible, ror the first time rcponsihiht i to co with authority. y "The plan to construct a State-wid- e scat system of highways, G200 miles m extent, ha received the ifhcial approval of tile iiencral Assembly anil Hie dovcrnor and needs only concerted action by the business men and counties to be carried into effect That system can be completed in fifteen years without Federal aid ith Federal aid. which i tire to come, in half that time. "When completed, it will make ecry one of the 120 county scats in Kentucky the center of not le than four roads each formiiiir an -integral part in the State-wid- e vtem and over that svstcm will be hauled 8j per cent of the road traffic of the State. It will add not less than $20 to the value of every acre that fronts it. It will increase the .'iluc of every product of farm or mine. It will make for good iihools. good churches, good citizenship. It will substitute prosperity for pauperism. All that is needed to make actual thc-- e possibilities is that the of State aid. They can do counties in Kentucky avail theni-elvtln bv an issue of bond as hae Lewis and Carter, by popular as has Rockcastle, or by local taxation as have Jefferson, Mercer and eight other counties. The county which fails to avail itelf of State aid will be contributing money for the building of roads in other counties. There arc only four counties in the State that, under the State aid plan will pay out more money than they receive They arc Jefferson, Fayette, Campbell and Kenton. The" law was enacted to force the richer counties to help the poorer. There i no county that the State does not stand ready to help provided it will help" itself. The State road tas of 5 cents on the $100 has to be paid whether the county builds roads or not. The county that refuses to accept from the State one dollar in addition to every one that it puts up. is not going to escape paying the general tax. It is simply giving to other counties the money that ought to be spent on its own roads. If the Fiscal Court of any cottn-- t fails to act, the intelligent citizenship and the commercial organizations of that county should force it to act. "The time is now. The opportunity is here. What is your county going to do with it?" one-half, inter-count-en I list of Leading Periodicals Especially Prepared for Readers of The Central Record. HERE IS OUR OFFER TO YOU. A Carefully Selected The Central Record - 1 year. year. Cincinnati Weekly Enquier 1 yr Boys Magazine, monthly 1 1 year. Farm and Fireside Todays Magazine, monthly 1 yr. 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Call or mail all orders to We CENTRAL RECORD. I i 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 All For $3.50 This Is a picture of J. N. Mayfleld, hit mule team and freight wagon. Mr. Mayfield make a business of hauling merchandise from Somerset to Acorn, Kentucky. The roads are now In such condition that it requires one day to go from Acorn to Somerset, and one day to return from Somerset to Acorn, and the condition of the road prevents him from hauling more than 1,000 pounds. Figuring the team at three dollars per day, the driver at one dollar, and meals of the driver and keep of the team enroute and at Somerset over night, we find that the cost of hauling 1,000 pounds of merchandise from Somerset to Acorn Is one dollar per hundred pounds. On a seat highway Cood road, such as Kentucky will have when the Inter-count- y system Is completed, the same team of mules, or one a good, can make the round trip In one day and reduce tho cost of hauling merchandise from Somerset to Acorn to ten cents on one hundred pounds. 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 liutulred iinj ten pounds, 155 ioum!i, $33; 1 Evening Post, daily for one year Home and Farm, for one year. 24 Page War Atlas and The Central Record one year at the cut price of $3.50 for all. This offer is only good for the month of January. SPECIAL BUYERS TO SHARE IN PROFITS LOWER PRICES ON FORD CARS KflToctive trom August 1, 1914 (o AurusiI, 1915and guaranteed against any reduction during that time. ?490. TOURING CAR $110. RUNABOUT SG90. TOWN CAR OFFER $37, 315 2U0 190 170 185 60; 2S0 pounds' $14.75; 300 pounds $14.. 75; 3.S0 10 pounds, $25; 185 pounds, $18.75; 205 pounds, $17; 145 pounds, $13.50. Ike l'arrish & pound. $2S; pound, $1: pound, $18.60; unds. $1D.'J5; pounds, $15; 205 pound.', $13.75: 11.23; 270 $3.40; 220 pounds, Daily Louisville Herald and ICS pounds, $13; 295 pounds, ounds. $10.25; 80 pounds, $10,75; 70 pounds, $13.25; $22.28. Averse, Mason, Woodford-2- 00 pounds, $19.50; 200 pounds, $19; 370 pounds. $17,75; 315 pounds, $17.70; 200 pounds, $17.75. 210 pounds pounds, $16.- - pounds, $19.60; 170 pounds, $18.75; 2S5 pounds, $17; 240 Hjunds, $17; 335 pounds, $17.25; 170 pounda, $10; 125 pounds, $11.75; 2S0 pour-ds- . $11.75; 200 pounds. $13.25; 295 pounds, $15.75; 355 pounds, $9.75; 225 povnds, $11; 375 pounds, $3.. 75; 0,275 pounds told for $919.09, an average of $16.15. continues to sell at good prices, but the common dark stuff seems to be getting lower. Good tobacco y o. II. Detroit, all curs fully eUpi'd. (In the I'ultril tSumof Autvilo uuly. Further, we will be able to obtain the maximum efficiency in our factory production, and the minimum cost in our purchasing and sales defartments If we can reach an output of 300,000 cars between tho above dates. And should we reach this production, we agree to pav as the buyers share, from $40. tot$C0. per car (on or about August 1. 1915) to every retail buyer who purchases a new Ford car between August 1, 19U and August 1, 1915. For further particulars regarding these low plan see prices and profit-sharin- g The Central Record BY MAIL FOR ONE YEAR AT Madison Garage, Richmond, Ky.' Special Price Of $3.00. Kentucky's Greatest Newspaper deliver ed at your home each day including your home paper, at the price of $3.00. Silas Lexington, Shelburne. Kentucky. SUBSCRIBE FOR This offer positively expires on The Cental Record. February 28th, 915. 1 Page 4 TheCentral Record iNCoitroiimD. The Central Record, Thursday Jan 2 HON A. 0. STANLEY ANNOUNCEMENT 1 1915. m ANSWERS TO QUESTIONS. I am young and matrimonially ambitious. What age lady do you think I should select as my wife? J. M. McR. The tendency now Is towards sobre styles and old girls. You should select a quiet, wise, settled lady of fifty. You will be happier with her than with me flighty young thing who is always luvwa Weekly. 11.00 a tear. MAKES FORMAL FOR FOR GOVERNOR. R.L J. E. ROBINSON. EorroR. ELKIN, Locnl E.lltor and Mgr. l DEMOCRATIC NOMINATION .TisMM.lST V. PUR VKAR. I'ANVH.LE, KY. ATTORNEY 'AT LAW. Commom(ratlh, Attorney Thlttrrtith Jnitfcl.l Ulttrkl Entered Member tba poll ORIra In Unctitrr, Kf . Second ClMf Mill Miller. Kentucky Press Association and darting about. Will you publish a song I Eighth District Publishers League. Lucasttr, Ky., January I 21, 1915. entitled "My Fall Suit"?1 will publish It, but autumnal tailoring, you py for it at advertising - have written H. W. T. if you mean will have to rates. .Innutify, 11th. 1015. ! Rates For Political Announcements For Precinct and Citv OlfLvs ... 6.00 por County Offices 10.00 16.00 For State and District Office .10 r'or Calls, per line 10 For Cards, per line For all publications in the Interest of Individuals or expression of individual views, per line Obituaries, per line Announcements. 10 05 We are authorized to announce Judge Charles A. Hardin, of llarrodsburg, a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Circuit Judge of this, the thirteenth judicial district, at the August primary 1916. We are authorized to announce C. C. Fox, of Danville, Kentucky, as n candidate at the primary election in August, 1916, for nomination by the Democratic party as Judge of this, the 1j The hat of the Hon. A. O. Stanley is again in the political ring. When he recently sought thf Senatorial nomination against Senator Beckham, his friends were fully aware of the hopeless task, notwithstanding his recognized ability as n campai.vner for at that time Mr. Hckham was the most popular democrat in Kentucky, When he began that campaign for the Senate a large majority of the democrats of Kentucky only knew him by his brilliant work in Congress, but during his untiring efforts for tha nomination he made personal friends and admirers of thousand) of democrats, who were already pledged to his opponent and for that reason could not assist him ill his ambition to be Senator. So far as we are advised in this locality eveiy democrat who sup ported him for the Senate now want to see him Governor and a Ir.rge majority n of those democrats who lead Mr. Heckhini's fight are his most supporters for the gubernatorial nomination. It looks like that his nomination for Governor is u certainty. His character as a public official is to? well known for extended comment. His work in Congress lias been a continual untiring and successful effort in behalf of legislation looking to the benefit of the masses of the people. While we think he is better prepared for legislative work by reason of his experience, yet a man so well fitted for public life, courageous and progressive to the core, we see no reason why that if elected he should not make Kentucky a most acceptable Governor. His platform is characteristicly plain, open and aggressive. His selection to lead the part in the State at this time is thought by many democrats to be agojJ political mow forit is well understood that Hon EJwin Morrow, knuvn to be the ablest republican leader and plattorm orator in the state will be selected to lead the republicans in a determined assualt upon the State and National Democratic Administration. The enemy will be practically united and our paity will be put to the test in this oncoming fight. The book of entries for this nomination, as we tee it, is now made up and the candidates are all good'democrats who have served the public well in the positions they now hold, but it is well recognized and conceded that Mr Stanley is by far the ablest defender of his party's principles of any of the announced candidates, and with him as our party leader every democrat in Kentucky would be made to fetl proud of the success of the Wilson Administration at Washington, and he could and would explode the sham pretenses and pleas made bv the republicans for a return into power. He would be able to meet and vanquish the republican leader upon every stump in Kentucky. When the democrats of Kentucky look the field over we feel that they will conclude by a large majority he should be nominated for Governor and he will be the party's nominee after the August primary. there is an ordinance requiring all persons to report at once the case of anv contagious disease. Such a law should be enacted in every city and hamlet and if it is obeyed contagious diseases would soon be stamped out of a community. Control of epidemics is now science. But so long a as people living in a community make no effort to quarantine against diseases oi know of contagion running around the streets and keep their mouths shut. just so long will epidemics exist. The responsibility to make public the existence oi cases or u. K.m, restsjust Is the quotation, "fools rush In where angels fear to tread" correct? Member woman's club. No, angels don't have to tread, they use their wings. Does wealth bring happiness?-C.K.If I ever have chance to try it I will decide and let you know. What Is meant by a versatile and valuable wife?-- S. C. One who can make a new hat for herself by twisting u feather into a different angle instead of paying ten dollars to have it done. How can I keep milk from souring? -- F. B. M. Leave it in the cow. Is mistletoe good for anything but to stand under? S. 11. A. If gathered at this time of year and salted down, it will make splendid "greens" in the spring. Go a head, L 11 To the Democrats of the Thirteenth Circuit Court District. Gentlemen:- Two ycurs ngo you elected me to the office of Comnumwenlth's Attorney of this District to fill the part of (he unexpired term of Judge Hnrdin, lie having been clcetetl to the office of Circuit Judge. I am now a candidate for the full term, and respectfully solicit the support of eacli and every voter The men who have served on the Grand and Petit juiicsin this District in the two dis- years past, will, I am sure, hear nic witness that I have faithfully ami with diligence Thirteenth Judical District, of Kentucky, to be voted for at the November election, 1915. We are authorized to announce Emmet Puryear of Danville, Ky,, a can didate for the Democratic nomination for Commonwealth's Attorney of this, the thirteenth judicial district, nt the August primary 1915. We are authorized to announce Rodman W. Keenon, of llarrodsburg, Ky., a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Commonwealth's At- I am still sulfering from loss of appetite and am thinking of buying acar. What make would you suggest? II. W. A Ford. Is marriage a failure? Dr. B. No, not if You secure your wedding cards at this office. When will the U. S. have another C. S. When some other nation thinks she can whip us. war?-- H. charged my duties. 1st: Hecntue I am asking you to elect me to the full term in the ollice I now hold. with increased experience anil the knowledge I have of conditions in this districf, I believe 2nd: Heenuse I deI urn better qualified than ever lufore to render you efficient service. sire what every faithful servant who has proceeded me iu this ollice has received, without exception, an endorsement of his work. Judge Hardin, whose unexpired term I was Please tell me what Engenics means? to the ollice of Commonwealth's Attorney second time as an elected to fill, was of his work. Judge John Sam Owsley, who proceeded Judge Hardin as Comendorsement having held the ollice continuously monwealth's Attorney, was elected and ten years. As I shall be continuously busy iu Court for some time, uud unnblc to devote time It D. A. T. means that yonng persons Luther torney of this, the thirteenth judicial district, at the August Primary in 1915. We are authorized to announce G. T. Ballard Jr. as a candidate for the select each otherjas will Utirbanka chooses best potatoes fur crops. Did Mt. Edison make the first talk ing machine? Mrs, S. No, the first one was made long before his time, out of a rib. 1 have some Christmas presents I would like to exchange, how must 1 go M. about it?-W- m. to my canvass, I will appreciate anything my friends may do iu mv behalf. Again soliciting your support, I am, democratic nomination for sheriff of Garrard County to fill out the unexpired term of the late C. A. Robinson subject to the action of the Democratic party in August primary 1915. We are authorized to announce John Sam Owsley, of Stanford Ky, a candi- Respectfully EMMET I'URYEAK. Try the Hubble exchange. My practice has grown so large I find that close confinement is impairing my health could you suggest a remedy? date for the Democratic nomination for Commonwealth's Attorney, of this, the thirteeth judicial district, at the Aug ust primary 1915. The Kentucky Illiteracy Commission held a meeting in its office in Frank W. A. W. Take about two trips a week to Stanford. Will I be fined for exceeding the speed limit on my motorcycle? C. Z. Yes, but a certain young lady might Intercede for you, in which case Judge Prather, might be more lenient with you. THE PUBLIC SCHOOL. The public school deserve more at tention than is usually given them. Parents, as a rule, regard their entire discharged in . duty in this connection paying their tax nnd properly clothing and sending their children to school. There is reason to fear that many look upon the school room as a nursery to relieve them of their troublesome The public schools cannot accomplish the full measure of their ki-- I sibilities unless the parents join with teachers and directors in attention to pupils, and enforce regular attendence. I cliil-dre- fort, Thursday, January 7, 1915, at which all of the members were present. The members are as follows: Mrs. Cora Wilson Stewart, President, Di. J. (5 Crabbe of Richmond, Secretary-Trea- s urer, Hon. llarksdale Hamlett, Frankfort, Mias Ella Lewis, Leitchfield, and President II. II. Cherry, Bowling Green. The Commission passed x. resolution thanking the Woman's Forward Move' ment for the funds raised bv them for the Kentucky Illiteracy Commission, and acknowledging receipt of $1,375 of same. The committee which was up. pointed by the Kentucky Illiteracy Commission last May to raise funds, but which deferred its work that the Woman's Forward Movement might wage the finance campaign, was auth orized to now proceed with its work and to raise funds to supplement the amount raised by the women of the State. The Commission made plans for propaganda of the illiteracy movement thru the academies and colleges of the State thru illiteracy committees to be appointed In each of the schools. liul SCHOOL NOTES. (By Wm. F. Miller., Miss Tinder's room entertained school on last Friday morning. letins giving the number of illiterates in each county represented in such schools will be placed on the walls, and other features to stimulate the interest of students. The plan of campaign of the Education Committee of the Fed oration of Women, Clubs was consid ered and approved. The traveling men a campaign, which is soon to be launched, is to be a Very unique and interesting one. It is designed to pene trate the most remote sections as well as the small towns, and to carry the message that adults have learned with comparative ease, and at advanced stages in life. The traveling men will carry on their grips "No illiteracy in Kentucky in U20" and "Everybody reads and writes in Kentucky-191!They will tell stories which illustrate the disadvantages of illiteracy and the power and possibility of escaping from It by attendance at moonlight schools One hundred and twenty orators, men and wemen will be turned loose in the one hundred and twenty countries in the State this year in a speaking campaign on the subject of illiteracy. This is probably the tlnest array cf talent that has ever been listed In any one effort, and includes only Kentuckians and former Kentuckians. It is composed of State officials, United States Senators and Congressman, Judges of the Court of Appeals, Circuit Court Judges, prominent educators and other distinguished men and women. Any person knowing of the existence of a contagious disease should report It at once to either the county or city health officer. The responsibility for the spread of many contagious diteases rest with people who are aware of the existence of such disease and yet fail to give Information to the properofllcer whose duty It I to quarantine those af fected and thereby prevent others from contracting tuc ui.ea.v. in suiuv civics Here are some good ones. Why not make them yours, and do vour very Whv dont you write up entertainMr. H. V. Bastin visited the school ments like the city papers, 1 live in tlx best to live up to them durihg the enMonday morning and gave us a talk. country but take an interest in what tire year? en1. This year I shall steadfastly Examinations for the mid-yea- r are the women wear? Mrs. W. C. being held in various rooms this week. deavor to be tolerant of the mistakes The Rex Theatre gave the proceeds of others, as I hope they will be ulso Mrs. Joe E. Bryant was a welcome y guest at our school Tuesday afternoon. of a delightful picture show, lastThurs-da- tolerani of the mistakes I make. evening for the benefit of the war 2. This year I shall open the win nhsv& Morrig3ltn,, Webb very charm sufferers. It was a brilliant audience, dows of my eyes and look at the world V" lingly enteitained the faculty Friday representative of Lancaster society and and my fellows, try to understand, try , . i lie uiuciuis, uuu Hewlett iu iu tu 1,1 p..inini' the costumes and jewels of the women to sympathize and help as best I can, either case is a failure to perform the Mrs. J. The two new studies taken up this were beautiful. Sheriden 3. 1 his year I shall pay as I go, not duties of citizenship. year, Domestic Science taught by Miss Thode was in box No CO wearing a only what I owe in money, but what Robinson and Manuel Training by Miss black satin heavily jetted with pearls. is due from me in kindness and in love, Murriss are meeting with great success. Mrs. T. Forest Lake, wearing silver 4. This year I want to be constantly WILL CONTESTED. Wunty Supt, Miss Higgins and Prof. gray satin embellished with silver reminileil ot the lact that as life is The will of the late A. J. Cade!! is spangled net. h collar and pendant of measured not by what wo get out of .Martin oi L,. rvy. state formal were being contested before Judge C. A. welcome guests at our school Friday diamonds, was in box No. 57. Mrs. O. the world, but by what we put into it, Arnold and has been occupying the atan i .Mr .Martin gave us i Gingerbread Illackstone, wearing gold I should constantly, day by day. crowd tention of the court for several days. aiternoon tissue finished at the corsage with gold more service Into it. nice talk. The contestants are represented by J. filet lace, was with Mrs. Lord O'Lord u. nils year may tie my last on Mrs. li. E. McKoberts, Mrs. F. M E. Robinson, while Judge L. L. Walker in box No. 60. Mrs. Lord wore a green earth; hence I want to do all the good Tinder. Mrs. Wm. Elliott. Mrs. Hetyy chitfon embellished in pink satin and and Wm. Herndon are on the side of I can. to all the people I can. In every Moore. Mrs. W. P.. Cook, Mrs. Emma bird of paradise In her the propounders. hair. way I can. Kauffmau and grandson, Mrs. Woodie Burnside, and Messrs J. A. Beazleyand GOOD WORK Hilly Swope visited our school Tuesday GET ON THE HONOR ROLL. SEE AMERICA FIRST! morning. BY SUPERVISORS: Hundreds of thousands-ye- s, The Sophomore class prints a "daily millions Whenever we publish the names of The Board of Supervisors appointed newspaper" at the school with pen and pupils who have won distinction of of Americans are going to discover by Judge Arnold to equalize the tax ink each day. The name of it is "The getting o' the honor roll we feel we America during the year just born, able property of the County, has ad Ginks Diary". Thuir motto is "Peace are settinh'up in type the names of That's going to be one of the few fine journed after doing some excellent at any Price" anil they will not publish young Kentuckians who have resolved effects of the war so far us we in this f...... llley !..! ,...!, twi- ..iv ,,l.li,. Tl... ll.ur.l ,IM I any .. a, iicna Ha .1 Claim Itley are to get along in life by making them' country are concerned. u.u ...... "Seeing ..win. the unusual thing or lowering the as- strictly neutral selves a little better than the average, America" will be the slogan from the sessed value of the property for a large It means a good deal to get on the Atlantic to the Pacific for another year Last Tuefday morning the Hoy boy or girl who is anyway. Are you planning your vacanumber of the people of the County, Scouts, with Bro. Tinder as Scout mas honor roll. The I upon This Is an unusual thing, for which the the honor loll In tion are you saving your dimes for ter, entertainer tne scnunl which was frequently Til Board should be commended. greatly enjoyed. They showed how and school is pretty likely to be found that United States "seeing" trip in work consistid in going over the values what to do in case a member should there in after life. Success in school 1915? of the property and without consider- receive a broken bone; Strike hard lick The greatest incentive to this patriotic if one should be means hard licks. ing the time of the transfer of any rescued from drowning; if one should in business li you are a man, or in a movement to get acquainted with our real estate raised those who were glv be hurt so us to be unable to profession or in housekeeping If you own country will come from the land walk; and ing In their property too low and who marries, or in bust-nes- a of sunshine California where two told what to do In case you came in are a woman lowered those who were assessed contact with a live or a profession if you are a woman wonderful expositions will continue wite; if you should on account as a bread winner thruout the year. While it has taken too high, which occured run upon a mad dog; in case of h fire who elects a career ot the custom of requiring the and other things worth your while years to build these great world's fairs, direct, and vou will make good. to assessment to be at the consideration know. The Genius has been described as an In they are opening just In the nick of members of the Boy Scouts paid for the property or eighty per finite capacity for hard work. Ask time, just when they are must needed are all clean and refined boys. Februcent of it, which has always been with ary 8th will be the fifth'anniversaryof any great genius in letters, science or to attract the people In the eastern hair out any reason. While the lloardcould the Scouts. A number of new boys any other field of honorable endeavor of the United States to the wonders of not completely equalize the assessment and he will tell you that the way to get their own land. will join at that time. of the county it laid the foundation for on I to work as If vour day's work If the people who started these future boards to work and we do not were the most important thing In life. expos" were prophet and the sons Salesman Wanted. doubt that the property of thejMJouofc Every hard day' work at school of phrophets, they could hardly have To look after our Interest In Garrard makes easier the many working day bullded more timely. is now more equany assesseu uarL, uqf previous time. Upon the 'WHWeVthi und adjacent counties. Salary or Com- of adult life. And if you are going to Foreign travel will not be pleasant assessed value of the property of the mission. be worth your salt you will find work for a long time to come, so no better County was raised a few hundred Address The Harvey Oil Co., to do In adulthood no matter whether time could be selected to see your own thousands dollars over las't year. Cleveland, O. you are rich or poor. country, . What is intoxication and is it a good thing- ?Experts differ as to when a man is intoxicated. In Lancaster a man is intoxicated when he goes to Stanford. In Stanford a man seldom becomes intoxicated, but a great many drown in the effort. Yes it is a good thing because it furnishes so many vacancies In business, thus enabling sober young the men to climb faster GOOD ONES. "'T- This plan Marks the spot ! But now It's in the One-eye- d y idol's eye. s. --V ? (THE MASTER KEY FLEMING yl Thrilling ana teoman iyjrterzf Stojnic'' qyJUHN WILSON 1 cicJgJ Moving Picture Play At The : REX THEATER NEXT TUESDAY JIGHT. The Central Record, Thursday Jan 21 1915. Page 5 A. l x Every Dollar Spent With Us will tnv purchase its full value in x x X X HIGH-GRAD- E i i X X X DEPENDABLE MERCHANDISE. We want every customer a satisfied one and will endeavor to give you Merchandise New Spring Goods are arriving daily in all our departments. that will please. i Favor us with a visit. J. E. DICKERSON, Prop. MISS Miss Nancy Long is in Richmond SCOTT PETTY, THE OLD DREAMER. (By Madison Cawein) Manager. For Sale. New Tear During tlu; past 1 1915. us litiernlly, for which we r Gossip About People A vg visiting friends. Miss Ilessie I'rather is recuperating from an attack of grip. Miss Katie Simpson Is in the country visiting Miss Allie Yantis. Mrs. Sallie Ross Lawson visited rel- you lmve pntronizeil nil Dritf Mintlon ol th Comlngi Goir.jj LyThuic Wt Are Inttriitid In. atives in Richmond Tuesdav. McEoberts Drug Store Check Mr and Mrs J. W. Reynolds of LinAttorney II. Clay Kauffman is ill of coln have become residents of Lancaster. credit and for this you are Much of the floods you bought was sold Miss Eliza Ison of Ilryantsville has Miss Matnye Walters is in Stanford visiting Miss Mattie Lee Hubble. been with her sister Mrs. Wm. doubtless grateful. Hut pay day has come nnd we hope you Miss Katie May Dickerson of RichMrs. John M. Mount was the hostess mond 13 the guest of Miss Minnie will be prompt. Gulley. on Wednesday at at informal dinner Mrs. E. 1'. Drown of Stanford was a party. The Chautauqua Circle met recent visitor of Mr. and Mrs. Russell with Misses Urashear and llrown. Mason. Mrs. J. U. I'axton of Stanford has The Womans Mission Study met been visiting her mother Mrs. A. C Robinson. Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. W. T. West. Miss Nora lirown was the week-enMrs. Logan Wood of Danville was guest of ber sister Mrs. Raymond guest of her sister Mrs. the week-en- d Ilendren of Kirksville. M. .Mount. Miss Annie Powell is at home after a J. Mrs. John Shackelford and little son pleasant visit to her uncle Mr. Win. Short of Jlichmond. have returned from a visit to relatives Diaw A Mr. and Mrs. Joe K. Kryant of in Richmond. llryantaville were guests on Sunday of Mrs. J. W. Acey of Stanford has for the inoiify you ov e nnd been with her parents Mr. ' and Mrs. Mi. J. C. Robinson. note how much more resMrs. It. A. Asbury of Little Hock Wm. Hughes. Ark. sent several days with her aunt Mrs. John Woner of Stanford was pectfully your creditors reMiss Jennie Duncan. the guest of her husband at the Simpgard you. They Jike to do Mrs. Roy Ileazley of Rockcastle was son House for several days, business with u man who here several days for a visit to Mr. Mr and .Mrs John Lynn and children and Mrs. Jamea A. Ileazley. has nu account at the of Stanford, have been recent guests Mrs. James llurnsidu of Richmond is Mr and Mrs John Mount. Garrard Bank & Trust Go. lie re for a visit to her sisters Mesdames l Mr W. E. Moss and children were In 1!. F. Hudson and W. O. Uigney. They know he is doing huainess in n Itusinrra like way. Better Danville to see Mrs Moss whoisimprov open Mich no uccount even if your affair are r.ot large. Thev Dr. and Mrs. J, (!. l'urblev. Miss ing since her recent operation. all right. will gniw Willie Christine Sanders and Master A. C Sanders were with relatives in Madi-sc- n Mr Oscar Farmer and bride (nee Miss & Ruth Arnold) have moved to a cottage for a idiort visit. on the farm of Mr Lewis, near town. Smith Fugleman and sister Miss Margaret Knglemau of llraddock N. 1). Mrs. II. F. Walter is at hqme after a are guests of their cousin .Miss Mattie visit of Iu dnvs to hereousins Mcsdamts George Chesnut and R. L. Salter of Adams, on Richmond street. nre grateful. fr Tuesday-afternoo- Little Miss Virginia Sutton, the bright and attractive little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ilooth Sutton, has been ill but has sufficiently recovered to be out again. Mrs. Elizabeth Joseph will leave this week for a visit to her parents in Eaton Ohio, relatives in Zenia, Ohio, and daughter Mrs. Charles Davis in Chattanooga Tenn. Mr. R. E. Hughes, of Louisville, accompanied by his wife and daughter, left Louisville Monday and will sail from New York today on the steamer Kroonland for a South American cruise. They will be gone about three months Mrs. Carlton Elkin witertained at a noon day course dinner on Sunday. Those who were guests at the festal board were Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Mr. and Mrs. It. L. Elkin, Capt. T. A. Elkin and daughter Miss Sallie Elkin. d l !f ....... The Garrard Bank Trust Company .rm IS NOT BY A LOT. Let me tell you something. Uncle Dave, "Allie Sanders Is the meanest d Let me tell white man in this town. you what I've done. I bought Red Star coal all summer of htm to cook with) and. put in what I thought I would need for the winter, nnd don't you know I got a statement from him since the first of the year, saying that he would like to huve a settlement. To h with him, I'm not gulue ,to be treated this way. Stop right there Phillips. Do thyself no harm. There are enough coal dealers in this town to tnke you live years to get around, (telephone) is that you Central? give me Hudson & Hughes Conl yard & Hughes' cool ynrd. please. This is Galley at llmlt-oThis la Rhilllps, on High Street. Say wliut kind of coal have you? Iluve you got Oh, I don't know, two or three ilitrerent kinds. Hep Star coal? Well, po, wo don't call it Red star, but our coal All right, Mr. cornea out of the same mine that the Star does. I'vo been Gulley, send me up a cotlple of loads and I will try it. using Ked Star coal for the past year und 1 don't believe it is ns good ns it used to ho anyway, and 1 thought would buy some of my coal from you people nwhile. Alright Mr. Philpps, thank you 1 V $ ffl Danville. Mrs. Henry Simpson was the hostess Mrs. II. E. Thomas returned Tuesday on last Thursday evening at progressive rook party ut her home on Stanford to her home in Horse Cave after a Street. The assembled guests were pleasant visit to Mrs. U. D. Simpson served delicious refreshments and spent and daughter. a pleasant evening. Robert Noland and sister Miss Nellie .S'oland will leave Friday for a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Elkin spent the Percy No-an- d day last Saturdavwith "Ma" and "Pa" their parent! Mr. and Mrs. in Louisville. They were Willis at C. O. Springs. Mrs. J. A. Anion and little son Collis both busy working and planing for the comforts of their guvats next sum- - are expected home this week from a visit to friends in Cincinnati, Covingmer. and Falmouth. Mr. Prank Pollard of Lincoln county ton Mr. and Mrs. Lee .Reynolds and Miss Montie Jones of Jloyle were and united in marriage in this city on children have returned to their home in Thursday afternoon at tbo home of Atlanta III, after a visit tf. his parents Mr. and Mrs. James Hatcher. Rev. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Reynolds. V. M. Tinder officiating- - The groom is W. II. Mason Jr. of Cuntral Univera brother of Mrs. Hatcher. sity. Danville, will be ut home Fridav Miss Cecil Ilatson was the charming ycung hostess on Tuesday afternoon, at n party. A number of schoolmates were invited to celebrate the occasion it being the 8th birthday of little Miss Ilatson Dainty refreshments added to the pleasure of the entertainment. Col. E. W. Lilian!, who has been spending some time with relatives in Anderson county, returned to Danville this week to look after some business interests here. When asked as to th report that he would buy a drug store in Washington City, Col. Lillard said supposes? he had thought of doing-s- o, but inves Has he Hung himself away? tigation led him to abandon the idea? Left us for a wreath of roses He is thinking of purchasing a store in At the close of day? Kentucky. Danville Messenger. And Where's Song, the Has he quit us too for aye? Was it poverty he suspected Near the close of day? YOU'LL FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN, How our attic rang their laughter! How it echoed laugh and lay! , None can take their place hereafter! FOR RENT the Laundry room It is close of day. my shop. W. H. Bruce. We have done the best we could do; Come, let's kneel a while and pray. I have about 25 fine Ilarred Plymouth Cockerels for sale at $1.00 and $1.25 Now no matter what we would do, It is close of day. Mrs. F. M. Tinder, each. Let's to bed then! It's December; Mrs. William Robinson Cook read this poem beautifully nt the Woman's Club, since then we have had a number cf requests for its publication. Come, let's climb into our attic. In oifr house that's old and gray! Heart, you're poor and I'm rheumatic, And It's close of day. Lay aside your rags and tatters, Shirts and shoes, so soiled with clay I They're no use now. Nothing matter- sIt is close of day. Let's to bed. It's cold. No fire. And no lamp to make a ray, Where's our servant. Young Desire? Gone at close of day I Oft she served us with fine glances, Helped us out at work and play; She is gone now. Hotter chances. And it's close of day. Where is Hope, who Haunted scarlet? Hope, who led us oft astray: Has she proved herself a harlot At the close of day? What's become of Dream and Vision? Friends we thot were here to stay; Has Life clapped the two in prison At the close of day? They are gone; and how we miss them! They who made our garret gay; How we used to hug and kiss them! But 'tis close of day. Where's friend Love now? Who of land near Lancaster, Ky., now ready to grow any crops desired. 30 acres of this land will grow from 120O to 1500 lbs. of tobacco per acre, and more than pay for the land. The first year giving the tenant his share, timber sufficient to saw up and build atl the barns desired, if interested Mrs. Pattie O. Haydon, write. Nicholasville. Ky., R. F. I). I. 153J ucres For Rent. desire to rent my property on Rich mond street. Possession given Feb'y. 1st. Robert Long, Sr. I ROOMS FOR RENT. We have two nice rooms for rent in the Central Record building, suitable tf. for offices. Apply at this office. 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 and equipped with latest fixtures. Mrs. J. M. Turner, Lancaster Kv. pd.j NOTICE. All those having claims against tVil-liaSpencer, deceased, will present them at once, properly proven. Those owing same will please call at my office on Buford Street and settle same. Wm. II. Johnson. Admr. 5I l NOTICE. having claims against the estate of G. W. Calebbs. deceased, will present the same, properly verified according to law, to the undersigned or his attorney, J. E. Robinson of Lancaster, Ky., on or before February 1, 1915. Henry Moore, Administrator of G. W. Calebbs All persons D NOTICE. Notice Wanted To Buy. 200 Sweeney. FOR barrels of good corn. Lancaster, Ky. RENT FOR YEAR J. 1915. W Keu Urick house on lanville street, now occupied by Mr. Will Davis. For price and terms, write, Fisher Herring, Route No. 4, Crab Orchard, Ky. tf Will lent the is hereby given that the undersigned James A. Ileazley Assignee of Ada Kinnaird will n sit to receive claims against said estate ut the Law For Sale. Office of R, II. Tomlinson in Lancaster Florence hot blast, air tight heater Ky., on the 10th day of February 1915 at 9 o'clock A. M. All persons having No. 51. Good as new. claims against said estate will present II. V. llastin. them properly verified, at the above named time and place. BRYANTSVILLE James A. Ileazley Assignee of Ada The Ilryantsville school is in a nourishing condition, there are "0 pupils attending and others have applied for admittance. This school is an honor to tho community. The board worked harmoniously for the good of this Institution and deserves the thanks of the community for their unselfish work but with such men as Messrs Moss, Teatcr, Williams, Curtis and Swope nothing but success could be expected. Our teachers are well qualified. Prof. Long enough since it was May! Let's forget it; and remember Now 'tis close of day. PAY YOUR WATER RENT. Kinnaird. January NOTICE. 1 t. COWAV LASSES! Hiss Ilessie Vantis and Mr. McKin-ne- y of LaKavettu Ind. were united in marriage the past week at the home of the bride's parents Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Vantis of Indianapolis. The bride is known here as quite an attractive young lady being a frequent visitor of Garrard relatives. Some people are under the Impression that If they pay their city taxes this will suffice, forgetting that the water rent is jest as important, in fact, from this fund the water system of the city is supported and unless your water rent for a visit of several days with his paris paid the watet will he cut olT. There ents Mr. and Mrs. W, II. Mason. are some who have not yet paid their son taxes and unless this is done your name J. W. llrown the little of .Mr and .Mrs R. S. llrown met with will be advertised and property sold u very painful accident since their at for taxes. Pay your taxes and water rival ut their new home in Paris. Ind. rent and save further embarussment The little fellow fell it distance of some and costs. eight feet breaking his collar bone. L. E. Herron, Marshall. 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 It. 11. lomlinson in Lancaster Kentucky on the 10th day of February 1915 at !) o'clock A. M. All persons havinir claim against the said estate will ore- II. L. Sipple comes well recommended sent them properly verified, at the and with Miss Elizabeth Bryant, who auovo named tune and place. is known so favorably, us assistant, Henry Moore Assignee of Edd Owens. success is assured. This January 1. DON'T GAMBLE! ON VOUR NEW BUQQY, cut; built on Arnold's patent reach gear; guaranteed leather trimmings throughout; best rubber tires; for the sum of $100. No old buggies taken in on this .particular job. We solicit your business. We manufacture the best line of Home made Buggies op earth. Range in price from $ OO. to $ 50. One of our leaders for 1915 will be our No. 100 as shown in 1 1 I R. M. ARNOLD, Danville, Ay. Pr 3 Till list) i Page 6 The Central Record, Thursday Jan MARKSBURY NINA John Sebastian have another little girl baby to brighten their "VMr. 21, 1 915. r T. J. Curtis, Dr. C. H. Vaught, Sec OASTORIA For Infants and Children. ' R.L1 taW-Men El The Kind You Have .LOi(JL.irEI slmi a ling ling "- Always Bought CL'.Nr" ihc rood arelRctfuta Sioimcte nalBoudjof Bears the Signature of For For fo For For Promotes DidcsflonflwifiJ- - ness and IHtronMIm nrjtfur Upum.Morphinc ncrMacnl AW m At mr w Obit In Ancrffrt Rnwdv for Comflw t Ion . Sour Stoiach.Dljntm Worms jCorowswMiflrrtw IscS'urik Sifriamrtof Utile Johnnie l'rult who win III for a few days has recovered. Mr. Jake Phillips of California hits been the guest of the Misses Simpson, Jno. l'ruit sold to Charley Pope -yearling calves for $.10 also 1 steer at nets. idessrs Tom Chesnut and Robt Fox motored to lluxtnr.ville Saturday to see their best girl. Miss Minvel llogie is making a two weeks stay with ftiends at Klrksville and Paint I.ick, Miss Ethel Smith of Crab Orchard Is spending several days with her sister, Mrs. Frank Hlggins. The Ladles Working Society will meet with Miss Mary Chesnut next Wednesday at 3. P. M. Mrs. Harve Sutton of Cincinnati who was called here by the death of her lather Mr. Easly has returned homo. Mn. Teleafus Pollard and Eugenia Pollard have concluded a visit to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Rich near Lancaster. Mr. Ilenny Robinson has moved nnd Mrs. home. Mr. W.F.. Whltaker bought lbs. shoats from Iladn Comton at 7 cents per lb. Wc are glad to know that Mr. M. I). Jones is able to be out iigain if tor n lingering spell of pneumonia. Mr. Carl Prewltl and family nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. Moris Ross spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Watson. Mr. Ra)inon Prattler died at his home on Nina ridge on the 14th of consumption. The writer entends their heart felt sympathy to the beteaved family nnd friends. E. C. Mlllion,Pres. V-Pr- E. Deathcrage, Treas. Biggest In Prices Biggest In Amount Of Sales Biggest In Floor Space. MT. HEBRON Mrs. Mattie Montgomery remains quite ill. Mr Karl Grow sold to Mr. Lewis Murphy a calf price $9. , Thompson who has been Mr, 0. sick for some time is improving slowly Miss Martha Thompson is visiting her sister, Mrs. Jas Ilratton near Lan Madison Incorporated. Tobacco $40,000.00 Dr. C. H. Vaught Telephone 221. Chi, tloT, Use For Over tee? ness andLoss or Sleep. to caster. ansa iioiuie tvecnon entertained at a Speaks. Mr. Rlade has moved to the party at her home at I.ock No. 8 Sat Doc Lee. premises vacated by Mr. unlay evening. the farm he bought of Mr. Robert WAREHOUSE Near L. & A. Depot. prf, cat! 3 Tar Cent ALU CompaH NEW YORK. Thirty Years Art D7 OASTORIA Etact Copy of Wrapper. TMt etMTAWft COMMNT. NCW TO CITT. THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Cop) fa I A. It $50,000. J. E. STORMES. Surplus $30,000. Vice Pres't. S. C. DENNY. J. I.. GtLL. JENNY, President Cashier. r. Mr. Tom Chesnut and Miss Mary Mr. A. S. Dean spent Saturday night Chesnut have been visiting Mr. and nml Sunday with his brother Mr. J. A and Dean at Junction city. Mrs. Geo Roner of Nicholasville Mr. and Mrs. Jno Wools of Lexington. Mrs. Joseph Rogers and daughter Mr. Walter Scott aged 33 son of Mr. Mrs. J. A. Clark of Danville were the Robert Scutt of this place died last guests of Mr. and Mrs. Willie Grow Saturday morning of tuburculosis. His Thursday and Friday. remains were carried to the Mt. Hebron ' Miss Nora Moore closed the public cemetery for burial Sunday morning school at Sunnyside Friday after being after short service at the house. with mr home folks near Camp Nelson Mr. Jim Turner who has missed n this week she will enter the Normal number of chickens from his llock School at Richmond. thinking the marauder was a fox or n Excellent for Stomach Trooble. weasel when one day on hearing a com- K ' "Chamberiain's Tablets are just line , , V r.veu on me scene just in ume is see a for stomach trouble." writes Mrs. G, large hawk fly away with a full grown c, Uunni ArnoIdi 1a .., WM aucceeueu ' cd with this complaint for some time .r. turner Hu ,c. more man one oi tne intruders. an1 fri,iuenty ,mi i.Hious attacks, K.n.ng rr.e v.namoeriain s lauiets ullorded great lelief from the first, and since I I I1MT I I x x ,akinB one kntle of them I feel like n 'different person." Kor sale by all m- Mr. Dave Ross of Lancaster was the j dealers. CAPITAL DIRECTORS: E. C. Million E. T.J.Curtis T.J.Smith Deatheratfe Marlon Coy J. M. Haden To Our Friends, (ln Garrard County: OKI Garrard, is always to the front in prices for her tobacco, wo have given you notice of the crop lots of S. T. Hoover, at $17.10, Zack Simpson it Son have sold two crop lots with us, at a general Moor average of $17.00 nnd $13.00 per hundred pounds, Dave Iing of Nina, came along a little later and sold a'crop of 2320 pounds at the high water mark of $21. Ul the hundred, then to dayjwejiold Pralher 2910 ounds that averaged them right close to $1S.00 per hundred. .(Old-fiel- TT" T f nv ijiu. ONE BASKET BROUGHT $46.00 PEM'HUNDRED. $25.00 R. T Jmrry, As't Cashier. Safety Samual Deposit WE SOLICIT Alex Boxes YOUR R. Denny. For J. Rent. J. E. BUSINESS. H. Posey. D. Cochran. Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott. Directors. A WELCOME VISITOR. where it Is known, is a box of our sparkling Ringer 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 commence enjoying vourseif. y Lancaster tling CO. We Write Anv Kind of BotPhone 202. I j INSURANCE rrt: -- iNctuunai nic:iai ivix; i DariK. J. A. Office over The National Bank of Lancaster, Ky. tStALfciY 5c Phone 27. UU. g rmmmmmmamammmtmmammmmmmmmmtmmammmmm All Accounts strictly 30 days, Notice! Special prices on 16x20 14x20 12x16 CO! TON. except Implements and such article that are sold on special dating. TARPAULINS $14.00 $12.00 $ 7.50 See us for your FIELD SEED and TOBACCO BECKER, PHONE 27. BALLARD & SCOTT. BRYANTSVILLE. Ky. Misses Mary Walker and Mary May Two Big Baskets Brought Walker spent Saturday in Danville. All Garrard Tobacco commands attention with us, and they are u.uallyout in front in ithe way of Miss Lucy Francis has returned from The undersigned hereby g"e warna visit to Miss Jennie Parks in Rich ing to all persons not to trespass upon prices and they have led this market this year and incidental)' have fixed pricesjforjmostjiif (not all the mond. our lands for any purpose whatever aa State, to look at. Rev. and Mrs. W. M. Eldridge en- we will prosecute all offenders to ful We are ncaring the 3.000.000, mark and old Garrard has still to be headed in prices forsome of her lst extent of t- - law. Hunters and. tertained a few friends informally on Fishermen especially take notice. Tuesday evening. crop lots. The market today opened up a little slow but toward noon she regained all thit she had loit Ed & N R Price R. L. Elkin Miss Bessie Cochran of Whites Sta W. R. Cook. and closed with us strung, in view of heavy selling. We have been crowded to the very door, but e Mrs. Rebecca J. West. tion is here for a visit to her sister, II. C. Arnold. are glad to say that prices have remained steady to strong with us, for the psst'ten days. Good TobacMrs. 0. C. Rucker. We will add other names for 25 cents co is Belling just as high as it ever did with u. The. W. C. T. U. had its monthly cash. We will once again thank you of Garrard County who have sold with us, and are glad that your meeting with Mrs. Walker Guyn on i tobacco has possibly sold for higher prices than any in the State. We always try to get the best prices Thursday afternoon. for every seller, but feel always interested In a good Garrard crop. Mr. E. F. Iledrick baa leased his We are very gratefully vour. for Infant and Children. farm for the. year and he and his fam ily have taken rooms with Mrs. Ely. Th Kind You Hare Always Buftt Mrs. Sautley Hughes and son.Saulley Jr., were the week end guests of her Bears the Signature of At parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Francis. Incorporated Miss Stella Rurnam Estridge cele brated her sixth birthday Saturday MftTIPF Tfi flMTDIirTnDO iyj Will AHlilUAJ. afternoon by entertaining a number of . her little friends. The Fiscal Court of Garrard County. Kentucky, will meet Bt the Courthouse Miss Minnie Nelson Ramsey who was j Lancaster. Kv. at 10 o'clock A. M.. operated on for appendicitis at Dr. on the 10th day of February 1915. for k Jackson's infirmary in Danville last tb Purpose of receiving sealid ,or tlle, "'Pairing and modeling is improving nicely. of the present court house in accordance OKOASI7.KO l.V.Yj. now Mr. and Mrs. George Todd anj with the plans and specifications on tile in the County judge's office. Children For Infants and daughter Miss Helen Treadway Todd. Each bid must be accompanied by a hav moved to their new home on the certified check or bidders bond for the Years For Over In Wallaceton road, recently purchased sum of $200.00 as a guarantee that the Always bear from Mrs. Rhoda Wiley. OF LANCASTER. KV. Mrs. Wiley person to whom the contract may be the awarded will erecute a Surety Comnaving moved to Bryantsville. pany's bond of the required amount, Signature of The Ladies Missionary Society of Old and any failure thereof, the certified bond be Paint Lick church had its monthly check or damagewill the forfeited as B F. HUDSON. President. liquidated county, for to J. J. WALKEK. Vice Prest. meeting with Mrs. E. II. Walker on having to and the W. O. P.ionky. Ass't Cash'r Joi:J. Walxkk, Jr., Wednesday. It was the occasion for contract. The certified check shall be opening the mite boxes and electing made to Judge C. A. Arnold, and Lending Manufacturing W. F. CHAMP. Cashier, the officers for the year. Over $130. and allresenes thu right to reject any bids. MEMBERS OF was realized that afternoon from the Persons desiring to bid on this wolk. & Amtrican Rank Association. boxes and dues and as there were a can secure plans by applying to Andrew Kentucky Bankers Association. number who cuulJ not be present it is J. Ilryan. 70S Realty Building, Louis iaa-13- 5 west Main St. ville. with him National Cunency Association! expected that this sum will be mater- Jil.OO Ky.,a and shall deposit the plan as guarantee that Federal Reserve Rank, Cleveland. - Kentucky. ially increased. will be returned to him in good order Lexington, on the dav the contract is let, at which New York, Brussels, Belguim. One of the newest and probably one tirr.e the $25 00 will be returned to its of the largest business enterprises in author. Garrard County is the R. N. lleazley C. A. Arnold, Presiding Judge and Brothers Tobacco Factory at this Garrard County Fiscal Court. place- - Mr. R. N. Bvazlev, who is well J. W. Hamilton. Clerk. known to nearly every resident of this and adjoining counties, is probably one of the best tobacco men in the state. GARRARD COUNTY Having bought tobacco here in large quantities for years, na'urally his exBONDS FOR SALE. perience and judgement will stand him in good stead in manufacturing a good, On Tuesday the Uth day of February clean, high grade chewing tobacco. Mr 1915, at 3 o'clock p. in. or thereabout, lleazley has changed his large ware- in front of the Court house door in house into a factory by remodeling and Lancaster, Garrard county, Kentucky, will sell many improvements, having fitted up a the undersigned commissioner public outcry, to the highest anil redrying room with other necessary at bidder, the bonds of said county best additions. Mr. Reazley will be assisted to tne amount of fifteen thousand dolby his brother Mr Jesse Reazley, who lar (115,000.00) for the purpose of realso has had a great deal of experience modeling and repairing the Court house of Garrard County, Ky. Said bonds in raising and handling tobacco in large will be issued in three series towit:- quantities. They will, it is stated, give Series A, of $5000.00 and consisting employment to fifteen or twenty exper- of five bonds of $1000.00 each, due and payable five years from the date of ienced men who have always been connected with tobacco raising. The first their issue. Series R, of $5000.00 and consisting among these are Major Holmedand Jim of five bonds of $1000.00 each, due and Shaw who will no doubt be foreman for payable ten years from the date of the lleazley Bros. Their maiden brand their issue. to be put on the market will be"Gypsy Series C, of $5000.00 and consisting This $1,250 Stock Car made Queen" a natural leaf chewing tobacco of five bonds of $1000.00 each, due and 7500 miles in 30 days with Bonnet payable fifteen years from the date of which will be made of the finest grade their issue. Sealed. From Sept 23 to Oct 23, it of leaf tobacco to be purchased, Mr, Said bonds will be Issued and bear Beazley having been buying selected interest trom the first day of March traveled through 23 States. You can't ask any more of any automobile, baskets on the Cincinnati, Lexington 1915, at 6 per cent per annum, inteieat no matter whit the horsepower or cost. Said bonds will not Mr Reazley') payable annually. and Richmond brakes, value. be For catalogue & car specifications write friends, who appreciate his experience, Thesold for less than their face right to commissioner reserves the honesty, integrity and good judgement reject any and all bids. The purchaser have already crested a demand for will be required to deposit $1500.00 In "Gypsy Queen" and we hope the busi- cash or certified check nn date of sale. ness will grow, as It deserves, Into s W. F. CHAMP, Commissioner. large and prosperous plant. POSTED CASTOR I A f Madison Tobacco Warehouse Co. RICHMOND. KENTUCKY. "ullUi I ; CASTORIA (In 30 We Citizens National Bank Capital $50,000. Surplus $45,000. I I re-l- Victor Bogaert Co. Jewelers Importers :- 1 World's Record Car. 1 8 1915 1 It CENTRAL MOTOR CAR CO. Lexington, Ky m The Central Record, Thursday Jan H.C. BKIGHT. President. 21 1915. ALLEN HIEATT, Page 7 Secretary. J. S. PRICE, Vice President. Tobacco Sells For $35.00 Per Hendred at Danville House. W. C. Weaver of Lincoln Co., receives J. P. Bulsc, Casey County, receives $34.00 per Hundred for one Basket. Dozens of Baskets sell for $20. Wc have sold neerly'one million pounds of tobacco In the past two weeks. With experienced floormcn and expert book keepers, we have been able to handle this vast amount of business without a hitch. It Is admitted by everyone that Danville right now is the best market in the state, barring none, and the Danville Warehouse on Walnut Street, "Gets The Price." We have the best and most liberal buyers that could be gotten together anywhere, for the sellers, but with a force or experienced men, who have mastered every detail of grading and handling large quantities of tobacco, there has been little delay. It is really a pleasure for one to go to the Danville Tobacco Warehouse. It has been a mystery how President Bright and Allen Hieatt have avoided days of delay. Every employee has a cheery greeting for you. They cling to their motto, ,Yours for Legitimate Business." Added to these is the d auctioneer, Capt. ft. E. Holland does the rest. "He gets the price." who silver-tongue- this price for over 200 lbs. Danville Walnut Street. I. M. Dunn, Tobacco Ctl99tlO S. Warehouse Incorporated, A Company. Danville, Ky. S4fi. I POME. (INF. BASKET RRMIfrHT l" c"" J n.;t a little powder. President 4. iNlNl Jno. Van Winkle, Secretary J. M. Sallee, Ass't Secretary Tnrr fffrM--i-raiji- e Tobacco Brings $21.50 at Price for l PEOPLES HOUSE Geo. Cutsinger, of Boyle County, Gets This Basket, Another of 3 5 Pounds bringing $ l 9.50 410-pound All Tobacco Placed on Floois 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 Half a Million Pounds. Growers Greatly Pleased With Prices. James Mtiriwe, (Inrrnid county, sold tlie following baskets: 1(5 cents W. nimli Ht Iflj cent !M0 .omuls nt 13J coiit!) I,Vl HHiml4 at 305 pounds Ht lSJ cents It cents 30 Kiunil t t HI pouniN nt l!IJ cent a 13 111) jHiumU nt ... cents 11 cents II. KumU nt .. .. Hi cents 110 pounds ut :i"0 uuniW ut 10J cents .. Dietrich. (larrard county sold the following baskets: :lv pound at 12) cants C harlcs m". pounds at 1:1 cent? an 2a 170 7:sii pounds at pounds at pounds nt r pounds at pounds nt nr. pounds nt oil) pounds at Muiiiis nt cents 14 cents lfi cents 15 cents 15 cents 15 cents Ill J cents 12 cents 11 0 0 9 0 9 PEOPLES TOBACCO WAREHOUSE COMPANY. Incorporated. 2 rard. is well holding her own in pricas up al tjcmnom, in fdCt ,,u lias led the w Sam mdrM ut tll jImllson 1IoU9r. I'rather nnd Oldfield sold on Monday with the floor crowded to the fullest capacity. n crop lot of r.earlv L'uOOat the thigh prices orllS.OJ per hundred ounds, one basket brought $10.00 and '.! big baikels $i.00. Wearealwavs pleasThe Psalm Of The SulTragtl. ed to note the success of the Garrard Sls.nv ne nt. with scornful number. grower, and pleased tnnt our neighbor You ve too many voters now! at Itichmond, can furnish so good a Woman, wakened from her slumbers, market. Wants tht ballot nnjhow. !A RURAL CHURCH Lite with Hill i.r life with Krtiest Is no more our destined goal, Man thou art; to man thou turncst; INSTITUTE. Hut w . too, demand the poll. Kentucky is to have a Kural Church IUroincs, prepare for battle! This will and Institute. Lend your eirorts to the strife! be held with the Providence, Jessamine Drive all husbands forth like cattle: County, Church, February a to 12. lie a woman, not a wife! There is no more vital phase of our work at the present time than that Trust no man, however pleasant; which concerns the country church. He'll agree to all you say. Cettainly Kentucky is prepared to unSend you candy as a present-- Go derstand this situation, for so many of nnd,vote the other way, our churches are in the country and Let us then be up and doing, We have a number that small towns. Don the trousers and the coat; are making u great success in their For our candidate pursuing lields; we have a number of others that Q The elusive, nimble vote. are proving dismal failures. It has seemed good to our State and V U0 I0U Like v lOUr ftper. Xalional loaders to call together the Superintend-If so remit your subscription and get preacher, the your neighbor to do the same thing. ent. the teacher, the elder, the deacon Send in the news to us and help us and the leader of every activity of the along. We aim to give you the best rural church to spend a week in talking your money can buy. We need your over their common problems. We will help. We are for you and wish to fee have us specialists at this Institute, you succeed, when you succeed, we sue-- men and women of recognized ability ceed. Call on us when m town we will ' this important field. Among them will be J. W, Street of be glad to see you. ilrother Street each, !.Mackinaw 111. hurch of ,he I,t,ur"1 h" Billiousness and Constipation Cured. Department of llethan) l'ark Assem-I- f jou nre ever troubled with bilious-- L) , inJiuna, He is recognized both ness or constipationyou will be interest-- 1 (n iinoi!l all Indiana as one of the ed in the statement of It. F. Krwin, 8t country cliurch experts among our I eru. Ind. "A year ago Ust winter 1 , JhU wi ha llU first tril, t0 Had an attack of indigestion followed l,t hi. ,,r.wnne will mean Lybili..usnel.s and constipation. Seeing mU(., i0 eVery country church leader Chamberlain's Tablets so highly recom who will be in attendance upon this mended, I bought a bottle of them and meeting. With him there will be inthey helped me right uway." For ale structors in other lines of work, men by nil dealers. lm who have made a conspicuous tucceca . in their local lields. Del'mite announce- c runny About Luck. nunt of the ,,r0Kriim Wiii appear later. "Vou see some people have good luck The Providence Church is itself one and some people have bad luck," says of the most successful country church-- , un exchange. "Now onre I was walk- - es in all Kentucky. This hospitable &t ii'g along the street with Tom Jellecks congregation extends a hearty welcome ami he went down one side of it and I to every country cliurch worker who went down the other. We hadn't got can plan to attend this unortant jm. more than half way when ho found a meeting. We are especially anxious ocketbook with flUO in it. and I step-- to have the country church preacher, i ped on u woman's dress and got ac-- . and all the leaders in the work should iiuainted with my present wife. It make their plans to be present, both men and women. was ulways so " The meeting will be uniijue. F. M. Tinder, who is himsel' an expert along Cough Medicine for Children. this lino and knows the importance of Never give a child n cough medicine this Held, writes thus in a letter ac-Unit contains opium in any foiin. When "1 u titktl: tinori the nroirram: opium is given other and more seuous , ,.i ... i..,..., ...... 11Pr tn ila. ,, '1'uses may follow. Long experience ft Kura, ctmrell ,nstitut0 in thu j.rovi. has demonstrntfd that there is no better ,, M ,,,, tu ,,,ur chun.h or safer medicine for coughs, colds and Mr. Street of Illinois croup in children than Chamberlain s l um lm,re deeply con- nU Cough Kvmn y. t is equally valuable M1lbllItlM anil i,elu.tUs of It contains no duriw.,, for adults Iry it. from 'u cimsiJeratioI1 of the opium or other harmful drug. rorale cou oUwr fc h lhan j ' Hible-scho. Itible-scho1 ' ' 1 1 Martpul.itel right. Mule .. little gime Look quite out of s.ght. Ju,t " ,itll l"wl". hven (lynanilt- Placed in the cannon Wow things nut of sight. in- This little "om" Is tom!t-riscribed to thoe who had severnl dollars lilown out of sight on the morning or "c""u" f !h? 0"ra"1 t o""lV A0"0 KweM "rd1lh'" fr'e"U3 ,f th Mod"on ',0",e' to their letter. It seems that old Gar- "B j Kentucky Rural j Credit Association I fi .a I Capital g Organized for the purpose of Financing the Ken- I tucky Farmer. 1,000,000 Low Rates; Long Terms to Members Association. If interested untl you desire to bocomsn member, calhm or address H.E Newbynt Citizens National Bank or Hotel Annex, Danville Ky., and $Jet full particulars with literature the plan, Si Qs 0 of trie 31 Will be in Danville until 1 WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 20. 1915 OFFICERS. Uov. James I!. McCreary, President. C. II. Ilerryman, V. Pres. J, L. Watkins, Treasurer. J. C. Vanmeter, Secretary. J. M. Lassing, General Counsel. 1 1 DMECTOKS Jiunes H. .McCreary Frankfort. Ky. Lexington. Neu'iwrt, Howling (Jreen, Lexington, ....Louisville, Ky. Ky. Ky. Ky. Ky. Ky. Owensboro, Ky. Mt. Steiling, Ky. Paducah. Kv. Anchorage, Kv. Canolton, Ky. Lexington, C. II. Iierryman J. L. Watkins J. .M. Lassing ' Morgan O. Hughes J. C. Van .Meter, John W. Vreeland, Henry (5. Overstreet Thos. J. Iligstair Robert H. Scott L. I.. Dorsey, ,!. fCI Forest llutts F. ,M. Witt William (Jiltner J. L. Zarmg Newport, K). .. ... Eminence. Ky. Shelby vilie, Ky. i 51 0 I ' j 1 LOUISVSLLE Feb. 1 to 6, 191 5 AT THE ARPJSORY Greator than evor in every feature. The Biggest Auto Show in the West or South. 1 ,.. Nothing to equal it outsido of New York and Chicago shows. More Exhibits Every Car of consequence will be shown. More Lavish and Original Decorations exH.-ctln- typifying Growing Cotton. t Danville, Kentucky. I FIELD SEEDS M?J r, y tclsl RICHMOND, KY. A TDAININd SCHOOL POR TGACHGKS Cotirsf leiidlni; to Klfinentary, Interniiillsto and Idle ValK in all WAMa HcIkmU t.t KenHlate I'erlilU'Utcn. Courses and Itcvlew Coure, Tuition tucky. l'rie to ApiHiinlees. Two splemlld dormitories, new modelI tcliw.1, mi niauiisl trsinliiR building, practice cliiiol, di'partnirnt of SKriculture. a well equipped Kirtt Term ImkIus tyiniiutliiiii. Domeiitln Bcience. leiitemU'r 7, Hfiond Term November 10, Tldnl Term l..ii.l. 'rant, A,irllK Kiinmii., Kl.nl nruili. Jauusrj June 1!i, I ululuunu Tree, j u', c iiuiiih, l'r.'.Ur..i. lmve n full lino of Fk-lSeeds which I um otleriiii! ut very nttrnc-tlv- e I IiIkIi-Ura- prices If interested, ask for samples and prices. W. Bush Nelson, Lexington. Kentucky, I,, hi. f .,.,i. hoped that not less than one hundred of j LUVu LlIILK. odr country cliurches may be represen- in thij Kura! Institute. . t Dear darling delinquent! Our pre-. cious subscriber in arrears! You are so i i shy! Do you think we have told out (ft and gone? No, little sugar-plum- , we could not get away if wo wanted to. We are still at the same old stand. dishing out the news and living upon smart promises and bright expectations. They mako tin excellent diet, darling, with your words of encouragement to i serve as u desert, still we are growing and weak Uion this diet, dear turtle dove, and we long to hear your gentle foot, It Mummifies Them steps in our office and we long to hear , the ring of vour beloved voice as well arrok,M to ,mmB 1C1)B, or 1(ve as the ring of your beloved dollar. stock. Kid your place of these pest precious pet, come where a Now. wililout ,me or danger. Order u can welcome awaits you. Come before I ' ay.j get to weak to embrace you. Kondly. j j,rjel M(.f ?10u amj c ,)0Unj ,)ai $5. The liusines Manager Corn , KUaranteed to do all we say who has not yet learned to manage bus. Ky. LexiDgtoo, lne, without money. "J "" ii.. ,.. More Music Concerts Afternoon and Night. Como to Louisville "Auto Show'' Week Show Opens Special Hotel Rates 10 A. M. Closet 10 P. 25 OENTS M. Dally. ADMISSION ii. Af SiajBBBaaanHMHMHM RAT COItN Dakota Jack's INDIAN REMEDIES have nude hit name famous all over the United Statet and Canada. Composed, of Roolt, Herbs, Darks and Berries, For treatment of Human DUeae. IHirtley's Indian lleib U Days' Treatment, II 00 . 2S Dakota Jack'sCovboyLlniiuint Dakota Jack's Crtroe Soap, Price 10c. 1 bars URats Mice 2U ,.U. ON SALT Al ,a, 'W.B.NELSON, DAKOTA JACK Tb NoitSwetlcrn Cowboy OHIOINTO C. C. & J. E. Stormes and R. E. McRocerts. FUR5LEVS Of INDIAN HERBS Page 8 The Central Record, Thursday Jan STANLEY ANNOUNCES. Pledging himself to rid the State Hoard of Valuation and Assessments of tbe Influence of a political triumvirate. If the people will elect him Governor, O. Is made by Uepresentatlve A. Stanley, In his formal announcement for the Democratic nomination at the 21, 1915. - - 4 , ( Mr. Charles S. Smith, conductor for pinu of mucout stopped and my head the Louisville Light & Power Company, a clear as a bell, lam greatly rejoiced next August primary. The statement i conn, treeotchatee came to the platform of the Great Andes I and feel that In making Ihll statement. and announcement Is as follows: made 1 do a for the rikkI or all who suiter aij "One of the greatest Issues which good Poland china Friday night when an offer wm FOR SAI,E:-for a limited number of free demonsta-- l I did, for being deaf greatly hampered will confront the Democracy of Kentucky Odua Naylor. boar. tlona to prove to the public what theeme In my business and waa annoying to still runs nt the some old stnnd on at the ensuing August primary election LOST-black Newfoundland dog. In medicines will do before the audience, to. ay the least. In private life, I went to Richmond street. will be the control of the State Hoard or around Lancaster, has white spots which he said he had been stiff from church with my wife Sunday and heard of Valuation and Assessment and the U. R. NEXT. under his necic. Any Information will rheumatism for 23 years, he made re- every won! of the sermon something I tremendous powers Inherent in it be greatly appreciated peated efforts to bend his fingers, wrist have not been Bble to do for years." 'The Democrat who is to be elected Miss Lena Schooler, Hyattsville Ky. and hand, showing that he was unable Governor must turn a face of dint to Mrs. J. M. Stiles, of Pratt City, states ward every proposal to use this board Strayed; From my place on Sugar to use rtiem in any manner whatever. "I have been hard of hearing from for putting screws to any public service Creek, two heifers, weight about 350' He was rubbed five minntes with the tatarrh for 10 years; it was gone on my corporation which may refuse to do its pounds, color red, one with horns, one Great Andes' Oil, when the Great Andes stomach and biwela. My complaint was bidding, or for rewarding with any variously named, catarrh of the stomach, dehorned. Will pay for any Informs addressed him as follows: Hold up your hand I Ilend your atices.es of stomach and intestinal Indtion. character of privilege or exemption Conn, It 1. Lancaster Ky, wrist backwards and forwards as I do! igestion. I had bloated fullness after Fred J. such corpoiations as may agree to be Ilend your lingers, open and shut your and tide, du come part and parcel of the political pains in the 2ij bushels nice handl Bend your Angers backwards meals, and lightness chests head; palpita ror B. W. Morrow, Graduate Optician machine. For unless a Governor of of the llness Will soil and forwards as 1 dol Now let me hear clean orchard grass seed, Ouaranteed. Uluu Fitted. s.li.f.etlon Kentucky can keep clean the Board of tion of the heard, mucous dripping from cheap if sold at once. you snap your fingers. Now pick up the head annoyed me greatly, causing a Valuation and Assessment he cannot 2, J. T. Anderson, Lancaster H. It. give an honest, economical and efficient that pencil off the lloor and you will constant clearing of mv throat. I had administration. He is in chains. proved to these people that you dry, harking roughf and very offensive LOST-- A nice Duroc boar, weight have 'I shall be a candidate for the Demo perfect use of your hand againl" breath. Tho linings of my stomach and 150 pounds. Any information have about cratic nomination for Governor of Ken And Mr. Smith did each time ns he were In such a condition that my food Tom Chesnut. will be annreciated. tucky, and I do not desire to be Govershowing that Andes' Oil had did me no good whatever, consequently' Markauurv. hy. was bid, nor unless I can be free completely restored his hand. The vast I had not the least bit of energy and "One of the vital issues which the good work and saddle throng burst forth in cheers for the simply forced myself to drsg around, For Sale-Opposite Post Office. Democracy of the state will be called mare, also two coming 2 year old mare great medicine that is able to accom- haw used three bottles of Andes' Grea Connection. Bath In upon to indorse or repudiate is the mules and 1 coming vearling horse my!. plish cures for cases that have been Prescription and feel like a dlffersnt principle of endlsss rotation in office. T. W. Conn, It. It. 1. Lancaster Ky, counted incurable. l person. It has cleansed my stomach to 1 am convinced that the quettion of Mr. E. A. I.lndiay, of Bessemer, I now digest and assimilate my food whether or not a single coterie of ofstates: and my whole !ody has been built up.' ficeholders shall perpetuate themselves PLEASE "I have been hard of hearing in my I feel so good when I get up I want to I in power by rotating in different offices in ....... ....I . I,.. I K.t t go to singing and want to sing nearly all will be settled in August as overCome in and settle " I wits unable to hear anything out it at the time. I tell you Andes'Great whelmingly as the people adopted that has worked wander for me." account, I need money tO jail. I have used Andas' Great Oil and provision in the present state constitu Thes wonderful new preparations art Prescription for one week and believe meet my obligations. There were several crops in this sale which averaged about $20.00 round, tion, which render every state official restored, sold by the Mcltoberts drug store o( Fine Cut Flowers. l my hearing to be completely ineligible as his own successor. as follows; Jeff Ptndleton of Garrard, 160 lbs. at $9.75, 410 at $14.00, 250 at Rella Arnold.' All head noises have cease the drop- - I.sncaster. j, WAS INDORSED." "CLAUSE John M. McRoberts. "That clause in the organic law was $15.00, 330 at $18.25, 590 at $25.00. 200 at $25.00. 60 at $23.50 295 at $30.00, thus heartily indorsed by the people of 205 at $41.00. 305 at $41.00, average $24.35. Will Lane of Garrard, 90 lbs. Kentucky because they believed it would Hut $8.00, 265 at $14.00. 170 at $14.00. 215 ao $14.50, 165 at $22.50, 115 at $30.00. 33.' end ring rule in the statehouse, H. there is better reason for keeping a at $35.00 average $21.10. Carl Pendleton of Garrard 3805 pounds averaged state official in the same office in Attorney-At-La- w definitely in the discharge of dutiealf '6' WHAT IT WILL COST TO SEE with which he has become familiar Offices on Danville Street We will finish selling this sale on Wednesday morning and there are than to rotate him through a succesover Post Office. several good crops yet to be sold and we would suggest that as many tobacco sion of positions in which he has had Office Phone 34. no previous experience. growers, as possible me and ree the balance of this sold. "The Democratic party in Kentucky The above mentioned crops were fine tobaccos, but we belie e thst th will no longer tolerate a political War- CARDS. LISTEN the old Crop At The PLANTERS HOUSE FARMER'S COLUMN Ihii heartintt. lot in. eselu. of onr farmer ,ub.crllwr.. and li lor ma ol etock. giant atnl inch thlim nn farm aa Hit l.rmer cannot afloril to adrer No notlct will be accepted oter fonr Unci, and will heonlrln wn Lane, of the rtpaca bwer Again Demonstrated Be-- 5 fore 6,000 Louisville Citizens Hand Stiff for T.wenty-thre- e M tsatattaaT-araT- it nt tiow tl Years, Restored to Use By Andes' Great Remedies. I lit. ReliableBarberShop AVERAGES H. M. DUNCAN $24.35 Jeff Pendleton of Garrard County Sale;-Abo- THE NEW Barber Shop sold yesterday at the Planters House his crop of 2805 pounds for $682.92, being an average J. E. Seale.Prop of $24.35 per hundred pounds. nis is tne nignest crop average mede on any market this year. Honakers Clay i.. ... Kauffman, ONLY A DAY & NIGHT TO NEW ORLEANS g M. J. PATRICK, Dentist. Paint Lick. Kentucky wick at the head of a close corporation of officeholders who have twisted the old Democratic doctrine of rotation in office to mean that the same set shall rotate from one office to another and back again every four years. "It is known of all men that Percy splendid light at the Planters House has something to do with the way tobacco tells and if you have a fine crop, try us with a load and you will be convinced, Any way, you know that you get first class treatment when you bring your tobacco to J. Leslie Knight and James C. Stone, who are managing the PLANTERS HOUSE. County. Mr. Joseph Kelly is representing this house in Garratd MARDI GRAS New Orleans $21.15. ARRIVAL OF REX FEBRUARY 15 I Mobile $17.75. Round Trip from Lancaster Tickets On Pensacola $19.95. PARADE OF REX FEBRUARY 10 DrW. E. McWilliams Physician and Surgeon. BUCKEYE, KY Phone 387-Prompt Service day and night, J. A. Beazlev FUNERAL DIRECTOR Office Over National Hank. Residence fhone 3. Office Phone 27 LANCASTER, KY. Phone 229. Office Hour. m p. mj 1. K. Denny and W.A. Wheeler Doctors Of Dedal Surgery. Office: Stormei BrUldtDgevei Hurl & Ander ou Furniture Htore. . LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. Or. Wm. D. Pryor, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. at Raineys Livery Stable. -- Lancaster, Kentucky Office -- Offlce Hour, a.m to II. 1 p.m. io . J3- - IT. Walter DENTIST. Offlce Vei Bide Lexington Ktreet Phone 65. Lancaster, Ky. Of rial Directory Of Garrard County. Circuit Judre Hon. Caane. A. Hardin. Commonwealths Attorney llou. Km met Pur year. B.ila.on. Circuit Clers-Wlll- lain Ma.ter CommU.loner W, II. Brown Tru.tee Jury Fund BeuJ. K. Koblu.o omclal Csurt Stenographer Ml.. Sue Hht'bj Haly proposes either to nominate aa Governor of Kentucky or some respectable figurehead of his own selection whom he can own and contral and that men shall be ineligible to positions Board of Ason the sessment and Valuatiotts.whose names do not appear on his exclusive roll of honor (?). I shall fight with all the energy I possess and shall exert to the utmost all the authority vested in me to prevent the intermeddling by an offtceholding trust or a petty political hierarchy with these or anf other offices in the slate, and I shall fight every concerted attempt to dictate nominations for national, atate, district or county offices. "The function of the Governor and those associated with him is to transact the business of the state in such Ja way aa to redound to its credit and to that of hia party and the security and prosperity of the people and not to construct an endless chain of officeholders, from street sweeper to Chief Magistrate, for the purpose of maintaining perpetually in power a political trium virate and a pampered and protected 1 lobby. shall light the triumvirate now in control as bitterly aa I shall tight any other individual or combination which may seek to pillage our state. I willirgly surrendered a seat in Congress to fight above all else that most insidious and abominable menace to the liberties and property rights of a free people "invisible government' powers nominally vested in benevolent and respectable ligures, actually exercised by covert and cunning emissaries and of every interest, fortunate enough to have a friend at Court. If elected Governor of Kentucky I solemnly and earnestly pledge the eo- pie of the commonwealth here and now that will turn the calcium light upon the lobbyist and upon all who seek to secure positions of honor or privilege by any secret or unholy alliance with him-fe- lf favor-seekin- g 1 Sale Daily FEB 0. Round To Approximate Total Cost Ror hornet, or $2.00 Trip day at private Sleeping Car Fare $4.00 to $4.50 Each Way. Hr W. 0. RIGNEY Funeral Oirector and Embalmir. Office Phone 18. Residence Phone' 33. Estimate for five days board and lodnins; at $1.00 per day in the best good hotelt, to which add tho above railroad awl Pullman ftras. Apply to L. 6 N. Agent for Printed Lilt of Rootmlng Hontei tad Hotels. ' R. L Stivers, Pres. Chas Conner. Vice-Pr- e. L. M. Land. Treas. J. W. Rodes, Mf r. Lancaster. t Kentucky. THE MARDI GRAS FEBRUARY 11-1- Independant Tobacco Warehouse Company. Lexington, Kentucky. 6, 1915 New Orleans, La. Mobile, Ala. LOW ROUND TRIP FARES TICKETS ON SALE FEBRUARY 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14 mmd 15. tut n raj to tnct Orliln.l Sc.rllat Tlmt Before Mldsltbt February . IM& Limit PWlteal Itmilm ml Fln.l Dpo4lt to Kooch Orllla.l Si.rtlnl Mrthkn .1 Stan 1, 115, br .fTkbll ana ro;mBt .IrMol .1..., Far Full Information Apply to Nearest Ticket Agent. H. Co KING, Pass'r and Ticket Agent St., Lexington, Ky. For The Sale Of Loose Leaf Tobacco. FREE OF ANY TRUST. Intersection South Lime and Upper Streets. Phone 1910. Caoacliv 750.000 lbs. 101 East Main 300 Loaded Wagons. J. W. Rodes, V. K. Land. RSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRj K. L. Stivers, 73 170 Pen DIRECTORS. Chas Conner. L. M. Land, Luther Stivers. one-thi- rd FAST WINTER SERVICE TO 73 him. PROMISES TO AID BUSINESS. "I shall earnestly endeavor, if made. Maaon. Chief Magistrate of my native state, County Judge C. A. Arnold. to conserve and encourage every leg. (!. Walker. County Attorney itimate business and industry, whether Couuty Clerk J. V. Hamilton. Deputy clejk Harry Tomlln.on. large or small, to encourage the inCorouer J, A. Joue.. vestment of capital In and the develop Snerlfl-- U. A. Koblnimu. ment of our dnrlvaled and as yet al T. Ballard. Deputy BLerlR-iieo- rge gapcrlnlend.nt el ocboole Ml.. Jennie His most undeveloped resources; to promotw gloi. the construction and operation of pubAi.ei.or Pave Heudert. lic highways to the end that our people Deputy A.MMOr K. B. Kay, may find a better and seedier access Jaller-Pa- Te Kon to the mrrket, the mill, the school and Hoperrieor ol lto.de Sleveiaud Bourue, frea.nrer J.VY. Kliuore. the church. As means to this end, I MAQt&TKATES. favor the abolition of prison contract labor and the employment of the con J.N. White lit, Pl.t. Login Lou Sud, Dlit. victs on the roads of the state. John8. II dm Xrd.Dl.l. I shall vigorously endeavor to pro Jame. Coldlron tth. lll.t. p if) 3J cn ? cn! FLORIDA Via 73 cn 73 73 cn 73 73 1 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 in 53 SOUTHERN RAILWAY Premier Carrier of theaSouth High-clasa.ste- el ft. cn! 73l m 73 ryi 'Ji in 73 "ST. LOUIS SPECIAL" equipped train; through Drawing-rooPullman Sleeping Cars to Ashevillu and Jacksonville. NEW DINING CAR SERVICE All Electric Lighted tr STEEL COACHES i' f Mr Lindsey Ray's crop sold in this house last Thursday, at an average of $16.75. At this house Mr Oscar Ray sold his crop at an average of $14.60. tect the citiien trom every form of KUUUATIOI' COUNTV BOAHU lawlessness or confiscation; to see that Thomp. Arnold. Jr. lit. Ul.t. hit person and his property are secure K. D, UcMnrtry, Vud. Pl.t, whetner mat property ue wvesieu in O. J. Uendren. Srd. Pl.t. livestock, in lands or In manufacturing Thorn., r. Kloir. tth. Pl.t. enterprises. CITY OF LANCASTER. "I stand for the county unit law as Mayor L.0. I'arld.oa. it now exists, and will, if elected, do City Jud J. P. frather. all in my power to make it c tractive. City Attoraay-- J. I. Kobloeon. "Believing, that aa Governor of, tbe Hon. City state. I can render my ctultrfryaaal ma City Aweaaor John M. Mount. terial service tin carrylnfrjnto s$ct V. Caasnp. City Trsaaurer-- W. I re the reforms I have mentioned. CMef I. K. Herron. spectfully solicit their support as a COUNCILMIN noml candidate for the Democratic nation for the offlce of Governor of J. II. Deltas r.rier Oratory. Kentucky in the ensuins August pri Dam Coiiob ' M, lanooe. A awry election." " W.O. Ooodlot Dr. J. A. Autou. Ji in 73 73 or Other Famous Southern Rusorta Aiken Augusta Charleston Columbia Savannah , Summerville cni 73 cnl s in 73, to 73 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 Rainay of your county are pur representatives, so call them'irp rand find out about Very Low Homeseekere' Fares Winter Tourist Excursion Fares Stopover and other special features. For information aa to achedulet. fare and through tUaplng car sarvica communicate with your local agent, or B. II. TODD, District raaaa.gar Aajaat Stark BulUl.rf. loulavlIU. Ky. the market. in 13 Independent Tobacco Warehouse Co. 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