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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): January 28, 1915 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1915 cen1915012801_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 28, 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. rwmTT firm yiah. the; central record. PURE RELIQlOh, UN1ARNISUED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT. LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON. JANUARY 28. 191 5. Please hand us that $ The nights are getting shorter. " NUMBER 4S. or. AINT IT THE TRUTH. WORLDS RECORD YOU should not continue to use a horse whose feet are defective. We now have a man who can arrest this trouble All kinds of Carriage Repairs, Rubber, Tires, Etc. ncnobuiM onui Ky. Lancaster, LIVE and LET LIVE FOLKS to DC "Ah wus thinkln," said Uncle Hob FOR CHARITY. Overstreet, "What a nice, peaceful-lalk- e tlay. Next Tuesday la "ground-hogworld dls here universe would a In the United States to date. $14,000. Kale ureena anil hoe lowl. can you been If ft wasn't for de movements of 000 have been given to the relief of th) de human under jaw," Imagine anything better. suffering Belgians. Forty seven ship loads of food and clothing have been The earden aeeil aent the Ilecord for WHO? delivered, or la In the process of delivdistribution, have exhausted. states Who hath dried apples? Who hath ery, and committees In thirty-siCheer upl What If you wuz a worm baking powder without end? Whose are buay filling the "American Fleet an' had to live In a wild crabapplcT groceries are old and stale? He that of Mercy". This is the worlds record for charitv. The olj year tried to bring In side siteth like a bump on a log! He that Quite a number are Interesting s whlakera hut the task waa beyond Ita knowth not the way to the printers ofIn the "Committee of Mercy" fice. atrength. fund, which goes to all the war suf Hudson & Hughes can aave vou money ferers and we hone to see Garranl BUSINESS CHANGE. on Patent Flour. Ask them and be county come up with a creditable ofconvinced. Mr. W. H. Lackey, who has conduct fering. The following has been dnnnt. Quite a number from here tried to ed a general merchandise store at the ed to date. Itlchmond and Depot street, Previously reported $30.70 Ret to the Grand Opera at Lexington, corner of for aeveral yeara, haa sold out his stcck Odd Fellows Lodge 5.00 uui rnisaeu tne train. toT, M. Howard and possession was We winh to thank quite a number of given Tuesday. EUGENIC BILL IS PASSED our f rienda and subscribers who aent In the lsu of January 7th, that we "FOXY GRANDPA." BY INDIANA LEGISLATURE. aiked for in our last issue. President Wilson declined to put for A certificate of physical perfection It Costa money to run a naner. Day ward his name as a suitable one for postage and employ expeiienced men. grandson Sayre, and the boy'a name is will be required by prospective bride- glooms in Indiana hereafter as Senator Don't Ret angry at us, if you fall t Franeis. Neal's eugenic bill was passed by the Ret your paper. You know the reaaon When we think over the John C. Breckinridge, the Henry Clays, the Senate by a vote of 32 to 12. It was Aa Usual:- - Hudson & Hughes have John J. Crittendens, the Thomas Jef amended by Senator Neal so that only the best selection of High Grade, ferson, the "Gawge Washin'tuns" of the prospective bridegroom is compelled Clover, Tlmothv, Illue and Orchard various colors and conditions, not for- to present a certificate from a physi Grass seeds, and beat of all, their prices getting the crop of Grover Clevelands, cian showing that he is eligible physically for matrimonv. Senator Neal are right, if ipjality la considered. William Mc Kin leys and other obscure spoke in behalf of the bill, saying that bearers of well known names, we can A splendid article from the pen of understand why the President insisted Its enactment would be a long step to Mr. C. S. Hoop on "Longer Terma For upon a distinctive name, despite the ward reducing the number of blind and in Indiana. Itural Schools" appears in this iasue of honor that threatened the new arrival unfortunates the' Itecurd. Mr. Hoop is on the right as the bearer of the name of a President. track and his article is well worth readState Journal. EXPORTS GREATER THAN ing. x them-dve- m .sassf,g..sisaaasay.?.-;.-xy- . .t l Call and See our Line of ! S Stoves and finrikinn w vaaasssj llt,Rn&il.v mmrm vvi . 3E The World's Film Corporation presents "UNCLE TOM'S CABIN" FIVE IN PARTS The Picture every tine lias rend about The plot of which was laid in Garrard County. You should not miss it. In the past month several hundred dollars worth of sheep have been killed within a radius of three miles of this town. There ought to be a systematic warfare carried on againat the worthless dogs of the county. No matter how many pledges a candidate or party may make, they cannot be successfully redeemed if the way is beaet with lobbyists, and we should be for the man who aays he will help us Ret rid of these parasites, LOOKS GOOD FOR LANDRAM ANY WERE A YEAR AGO. HASELDEN BROS. Wholesale and Retail Hardware. mBWMMM) WmmjSMmimS. faTST i raiJ a raj. HMi 3C AT OPERA HOUSE. Tuesday feb. 2nd . I it 3 G 3G SPECIAL FEATURE. The managers of the Hex Theatar announce that they will begin another feature film at this house on Saturday night, Feb'y Cth and that it will be one of the best that has ever been shown in the town. Next iasue of the Record will Rive details. Watch for TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 2nd. 1915 6 EPISODE OF The following dispatch from WashFive time as much wheat and six ington will interest the friends of Lewis times as much corn were exported from Land ram in thia county and all are the United States in December as In wishing him success in landing this the same month in 1913; Hour exports just claim. "The House Committee on Claims increased more than 68 per cent for the yesterday reported favorably the bill same period; fresh beef increased more fold, and, generally, the to carry out the findings of the Court than twelve exports of "breadstulTs." which inof Claims in the case of Louis Landrum, administrator of the estate of the late cludes practically all the staple grains, five times. William J. Landrum, who was the col- Increased These figures were disclosed in a lector of internal revenue for the Eighth district of Kentucky from July preliminary statement from the Department of Commerce, issued in response 1. 1873 to July 4, 18S5. The claim recto many inquiries as to what extent ommended to be paid amounts to and represents a part of the un- foodstuffs were going abroad, with resulting abnormal prices at home." paid salary due the former collector. GOOCH-DUN- Fire Water m mm SSSSSHSSSHSSSSBSSSJSSSSSHSSBS it ii ii ir N. PARIS IN DARKNESS FOR SflOKE AND it THE MASTER KEY K! FISH DINNER. The "Circle Girls", knowing how to please the "inner man", on Court day served a menu consisting of fried lish, cofTee, corn bread and pickets. These girls are all good cooks and those who have not already captivated a man stand a good chance of being taken captives after such a dinnet. A CORRECTION. Last week in mentioning the Bryants ville school we made a mistake in say ing Miss Elizabeth Ilryant was as sistant. Miss Ilryant was given the school but on account of the attendance baing so large Prof. H. L. Sipple was emploved and together they arc teach ing this school Which is the pride of llryantsville. AND NO HOTEL. Assessor J. S. Baughman, reports that the total taxable property of Iloyl county is a little over $IO,000,(KH1, which makes the per capita of wealth in the county $GG6, for every man, woman and child, both white and colored, said to be the highest per capita wealth in the state. With all this wealth they can't raise enough money over there to build a decent hotel. Shame on vou. I rrft. vNpTTBv jjlasasasB M I iPoii fi laMsesssssM Altho it has been suspected for some time, the friends of Miss Mary Elizabeth Gooch and Mr. Benjamin Armstrong Dunn were surprised when it known that they were married Wed neaday afternoon January the 27th, at the home of the bride's parents. The Rev. F. M. Tinder of Lancaster performed the ceremony in the pres ence of the two Immediate families. The bride, who is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Gooch, looked her best In a traveling suit of blue with hat and gloves to match. She is a very estimable young lady and has for the past few years been an efficient teacher in the schools of her county, while the groom, who is a son of the late W. G. Dunn, is in every respect a splendid young man of the MarksDury section ot Garrard county. After the ceremony, Mr. and Mrs. Dunn went immediately to their home where they are being showered with good wishes and congratulations by their relatives and friendd. FEAR OF ZEPPELINS. Pans has definitely abandoned all m claim to the title of "City of Light", and assumed the shroud of mourning. According to police regulations, em- phasized by visits from officials to all business houses, no unshuttered or uncurtained windows aie allowed to emit light, and no cafes or shops may brighten the sidewalk with gas or electric radiance in their windows. Even the windows overlooking courtyards have to be shaded while the wet boulevard pavements reflect faintly the few lamps burning here and there. The public have taken the orders calmly with the remark that greets each new inconvenience; "This is war. After all one is worse oil up there." THE ."SHERIFF, could not fix better prices than we are giving the people throughout this entire section of this county. Visit the Big Store aud see the new Spring Goods. Just arrived and the bargains offered G. M. LYONS LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. WAR TAUGHT TO GERMAN PUPILS AS FAST AS IT DEVELOPS SMALL CROWD The sight of This plan saved Its maker's life. "There is a blackness bom of love as well as hate." These two men loved different women. Yet the flict of their passions wrecked both lives. con- It wis reported last week that a case was over the barber shop of small-poof Mr. Male. House, which waa erron ioua and we wish to correct it injustice to Mr. House. Keports of this char acter have a tendency to hurt business, whether true or untrue and while any in one knowing of a case of small-pothe county, should report it at once, but don't circulate it unless you know It to tie a lact. x faIIeSt. THE GOOSE HANGS HIGH. Every thing is ready and the goose hangs high for the feast that the "Circle Girls" wjll serve to the hungry evening. horde Ten big fat squawking wild geese have already been slain and will be served at fifty cents a plate by theie young ladles to the business men of the town. Over fifty plates have been spoken for and the dinner will be served promply at six o'clock in the room adjoining the Opera House. The German educational authorities Not Much Doing Here Court Day. are taking care to teach children the One of the smallest court day crowds history of the war as fast as history is seen here in a long time was that of made. The Prussian ministry of edlast Monday. Only a few head of stock ucation has just sent a circular letter were on the streets, those being mules of Instructions to the school inspec and very few changed hands as no tors pointing out that the hour devot buyers put in their appearance. A few ed to teaching history must be de of the local dealers took in some bar- voted principally to giving pupils a gains in the mule line. Mr. Jim Sut- clear idea of the course and develop ton bought a nice pair of S L. Hich ment of "the great war. for $285., W. II. Burton bought a nice "There must be awakened in the artillery mule of Jesae Gulley for $125 children," says the circular, "an un mule colt for derstanding of the serious and thril and James Hoblnson a $25. There were about 75 cattle on the ling time in which they are living. market, while trade in this line was While everything must be kept out rather slow, practically all sold from of the schools that might implant in' Center Brothers of to the hearts of the children over Cj to 7J cents. Paint Lick, bought a cow of Pruitt weening it or contempt and Thompson for $31. ILL. Uurton, of lower hatred for other peaples, still they bought 20 head of heifers and should be filled with a joyous and con Garrard calves, of A. II. Huberts at an average scious pride that they are members of of $32 a head. Sherley Hudson a COO a great people who are making heroic pound yearling for $10 of J. D. Pope. sacrifices in u just struggle against Don't Fail to See "ZUDORA" OR GQTe i Mystery the Cheese oMaker overwhelming odds." A SAD DEATH. Prof. J. II. Ilurns, of the Lancaster graded school, died Sunday afternoon, after an illness of ten dajs This was the fourth of pneumonia. year be had taught in Lancaster and by his polite and courteous treatment to all with whom he came in contact he had won a host of friends, both white and colored. He was a member of the first Baptist colored as pastor of the church GOOD BUYERS. Appre Tobacco Growers of The County ciate Their Fair Dealings. The Lancaster Tobacco Warehouse, Read about it in this paper. Then tbt moving picture produced' by the Universal Film 'JUattftctariai Compear by special arraafeiaaat for this pa pec V rjyj i Cr ana Kama ncr jiTjCM REX THEATER educated, having well He was pie Riven him mince pie, thick juicy and conducive to fond memories. It waa graduated at Frankfort. His death is not an ordinary chef d'oeuvre, It waa a great loss to his people as he stood truly "homemade". The tlour was for all the high things of life and his grown and ground in Lancaster town- precept and example meant much to ship. The shortning waa the whitest them. They have lost a friend whose offering of a prixeUarrardCo., "snobby life was devoted to their neede and whose first thought was for their wel inouier . The mince meat? Well, the pure food fare. He waa twenty seven years Inspectors didn't Inspect or stamp this old. After the funeral services which article as It was made by Mrs N. Miller were conducted by the Rev. W. T. which means it (didn't need anything Silvey, of Frankfort, the interment but eating, which wa done in very took place In the colored cemetery at Tuesday afternoon, at two o'clock. short order. PIE. NINCE. ALL HOMEMADE timo served The I). M, of the Itecord has had a here. ' under the management of Billy Speith and Jake Graw, have purchased up to date over 1,000,000 pounds of Garrard county tobacco and have paid prices that have satisfied every customer and we have yet to bear a complaint from anyone that haa sold to these popular buyers. To show the utmost confidence the people of this county have in these men, any number of crops are unloaded on their floors before r prise is ever agreed upon, being willing to leave it to their honesty and fair deal ing what the price shall be. That Gar rard county appreciates the fair deal, ings of these people Is shown by the number of pounds they have bought. "ZUDOKA," the girl of mystery, (before" she can marry her financier, J ohn Stormes, lawyer) has been commanded by her guardian and Uncle, Hassam Ali (the Mystic) to solve 20 of the most astounding mysteries known to man. Using the knowledge gained from years of association with her uncle, Zudora unravels romance-Myster- ies a series of the greatest of mysteries Mysteries of of tragedy Myseteries that will make you gasp with fear for the ever lovable Zudora. At OPERA HOUSE Friday Night, Jan. 29. Admission: 5 "ZUDORA" tottUajiUrj OftlUM Frisky and 10 Cents. Kk Page 2 The Central Record, Thursday Jan 28, 1915. continues to lead the Market. Yesterday we sold 7t,730 pounds of Tobacco at a general floor average of $8.2 1 m 1 1 C C Shelton 2250 pounds Palmer & KIdd 2610 pounds Hisle & Lamay 2715 pounds Cox & Sams 3430 pounds Lear & Coy 4545 pounds $295.54 352.30 340.95 412.16 547.37 average average average average average $13.14 13.50 12.56 12.02 12.04 Waller Bennett 7380 pounds Ross S Lamb 2515 pounds Lewis NealeJ 2250 pounds I. M. Hume 4130 pounds Hume & White 2225 pounds $919.58 313.46 232.65 578.73 321.05. average $12.46 average 12.47 aversgc 10.34 average 14.01 average 14.43 We Hand You Figures Not Hot Air. "We Give You a Square Deal." HOME RICHMOND, SE LEAF TOBACCO INCORPORATED. WAREHOUSE COMPANY KENTUCKY. rBuy Gold Mcd&h The Sure Growing Kind FAMILY CARES This Information May Be of Value To Many a Mother in Lancaster. When there is added to the many cares inseparable from the rearing ot Buy them from your local eeed dealer. children that affliction of weakness of If ba can' t turpi? you, a rite ui direct the kidneys and auxiliary organs, the LOUISVILLE SEED CO. Louiavllla, Ky. 2nd and Main mother's lot is 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. H. U. Crutchlleld, Stanford St., Lancaster, Ky.,-ay"My boy was greatly troubled by his back and kidneys. He did not have proper control over the kidney secretions, which caused no end of annoyance. The child also looked ALLEN "37" 88S)o badly and I was considerably worried In earH HEALER WE WANT a I heard of Doan's town In Snithrrn Ohio, adjacent territory In W. about his health. Vlrffinlj, Kuthem Indiana anl entire Wale of Kidney Tills and began giving them to on our line of LEWIS,' ALLEN Kentutkr to take him. He is now a great deal better." Our car. SLLI. (nul, am MITTZ automobile!. tattafr the oancra. ami jou make JIONKY. From I'rice 50c, a I95. Thi. up: a!o one ttli an enablbhed at Auto Itealerii to gaud chancea simply asK for at all dealers. Don't take on for a kidnev remedy get nuii lli.eof popular tan. or for a lire the same that lth llltle money and lacking to iret Doan's Kidney Pills IILSTLKlt hwlwM. Write Mrs. Cnitchfield Into a first cla.a recommends. Foster. cmlck for rartiuilar. to the Factory E. Milburn Co.. Props., Buffalo. N. Y. MOTOItS COMPANY, SEEDS rteta Dealers Wanted s: e r .Ninth St., Cincinnati, Ohio. ' PREACHERS VILLE Mr. J. H. Rig9by is still indisposed. Mias Lena Arnold visited Miss Nora .0 MECHANICS For Father and Son MAGAZINE AND ALL THE FAMILY Two and a half million readers find it of absorbing interest. Everything in it is Written So Vcu Can Understand ft We sell 400,000 copies every rronth wilhout EtvuiK premiurr.s and have no aoAic iton. Any newsdealer ill ihow you a copy: or write the publisher lor free aamrle a poaul will do. SX.5Q A YEAR ISc A COPY Popular Mechanics Magazine r No. Mlchlc.n Avo., CHICAGO Smith. Master Homer Urown was visi'ing Joe Crpss. Miss Ruby ParrUh has been sick but is better now. Miss Mary Pettus visited Miss Jean McKechnie Sunday. Mr. F, L Thompson has been quite ill but is better now. Miss Gertrude Adams has been visit- ing Miss Talitha Bell. Mr. Ed. Stevens and family have moved to Stingy Creek. Mrs. Quincy Naylor has been quite. sick of stomach trouble. Miss Plummer, of Quail, has been visiting Miss Nora Smith. Mr. David Stephens is ill of pneumonia at his home near Sweeney, Miss Carrie Naylor visited Misses Luna and Julia Urown last week. Mr. Newton Gill and family have moved to their home on Plum St. Mr. Jones L. Anderson has been confined to his room for several days. Mrs. W. II. Cummins, who has been quite sick, is much better, we are glad to state. Mr. James Miller and family of the Lawson neighborhood, have moved to the old Ilorton place. Mr. Itoscoe Colyer sold his tobacco at Danville for SJ cents per pound. He outfit -- then breathe it. A fewminutes' use almost instantly clears the head and stops that annoying snilning. caster, by., have the best selection of When using Hyomei every particle of High Grade. Clover. Timothy, Illueand air that enters the breathing organs is Orchard Grass Seeds. Their prices are chained with an antiseptic, healinghal right, if quality is considered. sam that destroys the catarrh germs Daagers ol a Cold. Master Willie N'ayior 'he bright little stops the unclean discharges from the Do vnti Icnnw that of all the minor eight year old son of Mr. Tom Naylor nose, relieves the irritntion and quickly fell olT a loaded wagon and the rear i heals the sore and inllamed tissues. The 'ailments colds are by far the most wheel passed over his nrm near the first day's use of Hyomei will show a dangerous? It is not the colds themshoulder. At the time it was though! decided improvement no matter how selves that you need to fear, but the erious diseases that they so often Head the member was only bruised. About distressing the trouble. five days after, when a physician exCatarrh, which nsually begins with a to. For that reason every cold should amined the lad's arm, it was found to neglected cold, often becomes a very be gotten rid of with the least passible be broken. After being setjiroperly it serious ailment, so don't wait but sia-- t delay. To accomplish this you will is getting well. using Hyomsi today It is inexpensive find CliamberlainV Cough Itemed) of Prof. Cyrus Johnson, who has been and It. K. McKoberts always sells it on great help to you. It loosens a cold, relieves the lungi, aids extwctoratlon principal of our school the past two the plan. and enables the system to throw oil tin years, left last week for Georgetown cold. For sale by all dealers. where he will enter school preparatory We regret to lose to the ministry. MARKSBURY this estimable christian gentleman PUBLIC SALE. from our midst, iiesidas beingaschool Clay Clark sold a TOO pound steer to teacher, second to none, he has been Jack Bourne for Sets. I will on superintendent of the Baptist Sunday Mr. J. S. Parks has the WEDNESDAY. FEB. 10th. W15, school for over a year and was an active Carrier farm for the ensuing year. member of the Baptist church, being miles on Kemper lane, beginning Miss Bettie Itoyston is at home after Three He was able to act In any capacity. also a live member of the Masonic a week's stay with Miss Sallie Imu at 10 o'clock, sell the following property body at this place. We believe he will Myers. One extra good work mare; 1 six succeed as a laborer in the Master's Hudson & Hughes can save you year old work mare; vineyard and know he will be followed live year old by the best wishes of his host of money on Patent Flour. Ask them work horse; 2 brood mares; 1 weanling is Georgetown's and be convinced. friends here. Our loss colt; 1 two yeariuld mule; 1 four year gain. TheJnnlor Missionary Society will old work mule; I harness mare; 1 yearmeet at the parsonage the 1st Saturday ling mule; black milk cow; 1 Jersey HEALTHY HAIR afternoon in February. cow, subject to register; I short horn Rev. Marian went to Mt. Hebron cow; 1 short horn heifer to be fresh in SOFT AND FLUFFY. Saturday and Sunday to till his ap- spring; old steer; "J calvei, I ; 17 Southdown ewes and 'J good Beautiful hair does not just happen pointment at that place. but is always a matter of care and Fisher Hughes has recently purchas- bucks; 7 shoats, 1 sow and 'J pigs. proper nourishment of the hair roots. ed the house and lot and blacksmith About M barrels of corn and n lot of fodder, 125 chickens; two horse wagon; No matter if your hair is falling out, shop from Bob Scott for $1250, Deering binder, good as new; farming string, lifeless, and full of dandrulT, Notwithstanding the extreme weathand kitchen Parisian Sage, an inexpensive tonic sold er and bad roads Sunday morning, a implements, household by It E. McKoberts. is nil that Is ever splendid Sunday school was enrolled, furniture. TEltMS made known on day of sale. needed. It nourishes the hair roots and 11 pupils were present. TOM BP.OADDL'S. A.lmr. stimulates the growth of new hair. All Miss Lee Scott of McCreary who has dandrulT is entirely removed with one Albert Huirinau. been the guest ot Miss Annie Blanks application, and itching scalp and falling Col. Am Bourne, Auctioneer. returned home, accompanied by Miss hair cease; your hair will be bright, Blanks for a short visit. vigorous soft and Hully. If You Aro Losing Weight Mrs. Parks and daughter Miss Mary Whether youf hair is oily, dry or brittle. Parisian Sage immediately re- of .Missouri, ariived here last week and and your nerves aro ia bad condition, we recommend moves the cause and by.toning up the are now the guests of Mr. and Mrs. scalp quickly restores the hair to its Trumbo at Camp Itobinson. .Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Beatty have reorignal brilliancy and vigor. &ES2ESm Emulsion This delightful tonic is a real neces- turned from Richmond where they have sity and will not fail to give a lasting been to visit their son, Master '.. P. a food and nerve tonic prescription. Beatty who entered school there. benefit to your hair and scalp. R. E. McRobaris 1 1 1 two-yestr-ck- had over 6,000 pounds. Hudson & Hughes can save you Ask them money on Patent Flour. and be convinced. Mias Elite Middleton. of Gilbert's Creek, has been the attractive guest of her cousin, Miss Janie Pointer. of near Mrs. Minnie Whitaker, Green.burg, Ind is visiting her pannts Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Carpenter. Our school taught by Profs. Johnson and Hutchins closed on Friday. These gentlemen taught a good school. Hughes, LanAs usual:- - Hudson SIMPLY BREATHE Safe Catarrh Remedy. IT As usual:- - Hudson & Hughes, Ky., have the best selection r, That's the Way You Use Hyomei, the The most pleasant, easiest, harmless, and the really sensible method for the cure of catarrh is llvomei, which can be had from any drug store. Just put twenty drops of the liquid in the small inhaler that comes with every complete High Grade, Clover. Timothy, and Orchard Grass SieiH Their prices are right, if quality Is considered. The Indies Working Society is taking subscriptions for "To l)ava"mngn-zinc- . This is strictly n womans periodical, containing good ideas for the household and kitchen, with a fancy-wor- k and fashion department. This would be a fine opportunity for thoe living at a distance who still have the membership at this place to help in this work. The low price of the magazine is SO cents. of Blue SRSRSKSRSRSKSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSR nil mJW XT ACT '.IUilTtTD CTTDWirT TTu "V j n r ii" i w A d MA' . 4 V I -- W JLaafA' . I A V & a " . m m F Nf 1 FLORIDA Vin SOUTHERN RAILWAY Premier Catricr of theaSouth "ST LCUIS SPECIAL" Hiph-c'laf.-.st.- C"i jSj! u'uipiwd train; COACHES-NE- W aw throunhDrawinK-rocvU-i- . j Kl t'ullnun ln 73 V3 SIcepiiie,' Care M Ashcvillo ami Jackson STEEL " aaaail DINING CAR SERVICE All Electric Lighted 'MBMsinMaManWBBIMlHRriurta in Aiken Olhrr Fnmotia Southern Augusta Charleston Columbia Savannah Summervillc rn to 73 73, Very Ijqw Homcscekcra' Fares Winter Tourist Excursion Fares Stopover nntl other Hjiccial features. For information as to schedules, fares and through sleeping car service communicate with your local agent, or . . in in II. TODD. Dlilrlrt I'aatrnifrr Aent .Statics Bulldlnd. itilwlllr. Ky. RSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSR SRSRSRSRSR D. D. D. In Hospitals; Standard Skin Cure a a rrr How many tinnplul ratlin . write -Is .upcrlor to anyU the IrlKhtrul Itch. th raw ci thing I haa found. R.ft anJ pnin of kln illaeuno, hae lr,i xxithlnir. ret a pwnful aernf aM)thel to ltp y u aootlllnir llulit To do tho wtirk. 1. !. U rre-erlp- -t vuahed In by tho nurao'a hamla? !ci must bo according to That fluid Is the famous I). D. D. directions Klwnappllcl tha pamphlet In !rracrlptlon for ecxema. anmml overy Ixjttle. follow thcau THE SUPTKVIBIKO ITDBSD or nns unit see! promlnrnt Catholic Institutions it our of ntircu ami Institute! on at'l'll-ration- ), Ami It certainly taken away tha Itcli (nnma at once tho moment thv llo,uM la apwrltea rreanllne a patient. fulme.1 'The dlpcuae had ruten her pyrhrona plied. Tha ekln la an thoroughly rtfreahxl nwajr, llcr noao nmt lips hni! I,ihoiii lellKhtfully illi.flk'urc.1. Since thu ui of 11. I). 1). ciKiIe.t. l.cr rvehrnwa nra proHtnir, noao All druaalata of atandlnc tha nn! fare hato aBaumrd theirhr natural famoua apeoine aa nell n thohao tftlclent txpresalon," I. I). I). Kkln Foap. How many ectrinn aufTerern are pay-In- e Hut we are ao confident of tha merthilr ilnrtora for reuulnr trrat-meprearrlptlon that will ami arn tdmr treatnl with this lin ul thla purchana prlra of tha flrat rerun! the same noothln?, luollnit iu,l? full alia Ixittlo If It fatla to reach DR. OEO. T. XtCBAXDSOH frankly your coav. You alonu aro to judge. R. E. McRoberts, Druggist. Liincaslcr, Ky a.thl o ;fi0 oiivooii SUBSCRIBE FOR The Cental Record. Registered Hereford Bull SEASON 1915. Service $2.00 Cash. Two miles from Lancaster on the Richmond pike. j TO R. E. HENRY. Lancaster Tobacco Warehouse STANFORD Are You a Woman ? STREET. I Cardui 1 Tin Womin's Tonic FN SALE C. A. Speith Co.,. Managers No Commission Charged. Unload The Same Day. WeJPay Highest Market Prices. fl ML NNKST4 The Central Record, Thursday Jan 28, 1915 BUENA VISTA CULTIVATED FOR Page 3 SEED GARRARD CIRCUIT HEMP SALE. Send: Your Tobacco fo The COURMCARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. FARMERS 1 E TOBACCO WAREHSE INCOIU'OKATKI) "INDEPENDENT" Owned and Controlled By FARMERS. Courteous Treatment, SQUARE DEAL, and Prompt Returns. High and dry box stalls for your teams. Look for the big hand at Virginia ave., as you come in. Your business will be appreciated. Farmers Hone Tobacco Warehouse Co. Plaintiff, The best and lateit va Notice importation for lint. Govermenc teat Dora Calebbj. et al, Defendants, 98 per cent, in 5 days. Write for samNotice is herebv trlven (hat the tin. ple and price. Glass & Glass. ilerslgned Commissioner will sit In bis Successors to Glass & Saunders. office In Lancaster, Ky.. beclnninc Camp Neson, Ky. February 15. 1915. and cont nu nc from day to dav until February 20, 1915, to hear proof upon and receive claims against the estate of George W. We will at the Stock l'ena In Lsn.l Calebbs deceased. All persons hnvlnir caster, Ky., on clalms'will present the tame properly proven at the time and place mentionSaturday, Feb. ed above. conduct a combination sale of Horses, Witness my hand, this January 27, Mules, Ponies. Cattle. Sheen, liner. 1915. McMurtry, W. H. Urown, Fifth Grade Goebel llrickey, Mar'e Farming Implements.in facteverything Master Commissioner Garrard Circuit Ruble, Mattle Maya, Sadie Ruble, Roy mat a rarmer wants to sell and a buyer wants to buv. Have vour atnrk ll.id Court. Orb, Ruble Scott, Orion McMurtry, now for this sale, which will positively Ulady Hamilton. Sixth Grade Mabel Mayes, Goebel take place on above date, rain or shine. Plenty of feed, shelter and water. TM. Uallard. will be the biggest combination sale Seventh Grade Nannie Uelle Scott, Lila K. Scott, Carletta Ruble, Sunbenra ever pulled olr in the county and one will bring together all who desire Ruble, Ilettie Mayes, Ilennle Jennings, that Light Grade Stephen Ison, William to sell or buy. For further information call on or address. Scott, Dora Uelle Eason, Sadie Scott, A. N. Ross, Urnal lilakeman Lancaster, Ky. Ninth Grade. Ruth Lane, Lillian I'hone 50. Books now open for Entries. Walton, Janie Uelle Frost, Rella Ruble. iTenth Grade Uernice Scott, Ethel Evans, Nettie Aakins, Lucy Jennings. As usual Hudson & Hughes, Lancas ter, Ky., have the beat selection of The undersigned hereby warn high grade Clover, Timothy, Ulue and Orchard Grass Seeds. Their prices are ing to all persons not to trespass upon our lands for any purpose'whatever as right, if quality is considered. we will prosecute all offenders to ful lest extent of O law. Hunters and. MT. HEBRON Fishermen especially take notice. Office Phone 18. Ed & N B Price It. L. Elkln W. R. Cook. Mrs. Rebecca J. West. Mr. Auther I'reston is on the sick II. C. Arnold. list. We will add other names for 25 cents Mrs. Elmer Lanam is numbered Minnesota No 8 Hudson & Hughes can aave you money on I'atent Flour. Ask them and be convinced. Honor Roll of Buena Vista achool for the fourth achool month. First Grade Alma Vandernool, Hena Hicks, Lora Smith, Elizabeth Quiz. Cheater Scott, Hazel Drown. Second Grade Itobert McCullah, Andrew Enson, l'aul Kuble, Henry Lane, Thomas Lane, Gaven McMurtry, Angus Sechrest, Ileasle Hacker, Edith Florer ce. Third Grade Annie Lane. Flossie Vanderpool, Acnes Ruble,' Ray Italian. Chenault Ruble, Ethel Ogg, Oelbert George W. Calebbj' Administrator. James Temple's Administrator, Plalnlitf, Notice vs Alice Temple, et al, Defendants. Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned Commissioner will ait in his office in Lancaster, Ky., beginning February 15, 1915, and continuing from day to day until February 20, 1915, to hear proof upon and receive claims COMBINATION SALE 13th, 1915 against the stnte of Jamea Temple All persons having claims deceased. will present the same properly proven at the time and place mentioned above. Witness mv hand, this January 27, 1915. W. H. Drown, Master Commisssioner GarrardCircui t Court. PAYUSTHATDOLLAR RIGNEY Embalmer. Kentucky. Residence Phone 33. J. Jones, J. POSTED W. 0. fte Funeral Director and Lancaster, cash. with the sick. Miss Uettie Scott was in Lexington far a short stay last week. r-m Mr. G. W, Thompson and Mrs. Mattiu Montgomery are reported improving. Duncan bought of Mr. Auther I'reston a work mule price $70. Dogs made a raid on Mr. Job Marsee's flock of sheep la st week, and crippled Mr. Warehouse on Virginia Avenue, between Broadway and Limestone, LEXINGTON, KY. Everett 1 ONLY ei: 1 fOSfiMlli rBfBrsiMflg.!ifrSJsrJHf. A DAY & NIGHT TO (jgpfliaJBiflfrfanr NEW ORLEANS WHAT IT WILL COST TO SEE several. Hudson & Hughes can save you money on I'atent Flour. Ask them and be convinced. Mr. and Mrs. Harrison I'reston are ntertaining a fine badv boy who made his appearance on the 10th. Miss Martha Thompson returned home Saturday after a two weeks visit MARDI GRAS New Orleans $21.15. ARRIVAL OF REX FEBRUARY 15 Highest Prices ' Mobile $17.75. Round Trip from Lancaster Tickets On Sale Daily FEB 5. Fensacola $19.95. PARADE OF REX FEBRUARY 16 PAID AT New with her sister Mrs. Jas Uratton near Lancaster. Lerla the tittle daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wm Humphrey, who was operat ed on last week for appendicitis by Drs. blliott and Jackson, is doing nicely. As usual: Hudson & Hughes, Lan- canter. Ky., have the best selection of High Grade, Clover. Timothy, Blue and Orchard Grass Seeds. Theirpricea re right, if quality is considered. Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Gordon, who I Sleeping Car Fare $4.00 to $4.50 Each Way. fares. fjjlj To Approximate Total Cost For Round Trip god hotels, to which add the above railroad and pullman Apply to L. & N. Agent for Printed List of Rooming Houses and Hotels. rawirEJlrEiMI rEiwirejaJli-aw- i rertUHjrejBjrcjMj ttJMlrawirtJW'rgJWirKJWlreJiirtJaau have been spending a few weeks witn her parents Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Mont gomery at Lock no. 8., returned to their home in Frankfort last Monday, R. L Stivers, Pres. Chas Conner, Vice-Pre- s. L. M. Land, Treas. J. W. Rodes, Mgr. THE l 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 PAINT LICK Mr. G. M. Tread way spent Sunday in uerea. Mrs. Mid Ross was a visitor in Rich mond Wednesday. Mr. John Hibbard of McWhorter was a visitor here Wednesday. Miss Uelle Denny of Stanford, is the guest or alias fcstill Walker. Mr. Grant Metcalf of Richmond, vis ited the home folks Sunday. Mr. Myers, of Richmond was the guest or Miss Jessie Tarks, Sunday. Mr. Dick Bawling, of London, is the guest or Mr. E. ;. McWhorter and family. Miss Jessie Parks, of the Richmond Normal, spent the week-enwith her parents. d Independant Tobacco Warehouse Company. Lexington, Kentucky. 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 or 2,170 pounds was $22.28. This crop came in a carload from Owen County and sold as follows: Two hundred 155 pounda, 13; For The Sale Of Loose Leaf Tobacco. FREE OF ANY TRUST. Intersection South Lime and Upper Streets. Phone 1910. Capaciiy 750,000 lbs. K. L. Stivers. Chas Conner, L. M. Land, Mrs. Jane Estridee. of Richmond was the guest of relatives here on Vt ednesday. Hudson & lluglixs can save you money on I'atent rlour. Ask them and be convinced. Sirs. J. Wade Walker left Fridav for a visit to her son Dr. Franklin M. Wat ker and Mrs. Walker in Louisville Miss Margaret Engleman and brother Smith, of Uraddock N. D. were the Misses Minnie May Robinson and 300 Loaded Wagons. J. W. I'.odes. W. F. Land, DIRECTORS. Luther Stivers. one-thi- rd and leu pounds, 140 $37, 315 200 50; 2S0 pounds' $14.75; 300 pounds 3S0 pounda, $15; 205 pounds, 105 pounds, $13; 295 pounds, $14.-7- guests of friends here the past week. ounds, pounda, $2S; $13.75: This house still leads in Kentucky, selling over of the Tobacco sold in Lexington of 6,750, pounds average of 77cts per hundred over the December 9th at an rest of .the house. 1 1 pounda, $25; 18.1 $!; 11.25; 270 $3.40; 220 pounda, $18,75; 205 pounda, $18.50; 190 pounda. $17; 145 pounda. $19.25; 171) pounda, $10.75; 70 pounda, pounda, $13.50, Ike I'arrish & pounds. $10.26: 80 pounds, $13.25; 185 Averaga, $22.23. Mason, Woodford-2- 00 pounda, $19.50; 200 pounda, $19; 370 pounda. $17.75; 346 pounda, $17.70; 200 pounda, $17.75. 210 pounda pounds, $16.- - pounds, $19.60; 170 pounds, $18.75; 285 pounds, $17; 240 pounda, $17; 335 pounda, $17.25; 170 pounds, $1G; 125 pounda, $14.75; 280 pour.ds, $14.75; 200 iounds. $13.25; 295 pounda, $15.75; 355 pounda, $9.75; 225 povnda, $11; 375 pounds, $8.. 75; 0,275 pounds sold for $919.09, an average of $15.15. Margaret Cook, ot Lancaster, were the week end guests of Miss Mary Walker. Miss Jessie I'arks had as her visitors for the week end. Misses Verna Noe and Sallie Howard of the Kentucky State Normal, Mrs. Francis E. Ueauchamu of Lex ington, was the guest of her cousin, Mrs; J. Wade Walker for a few days the past week. Mrs. Annie Brown, Dr. Treadway and Mr. and Mrs. K. L. Dnncan attend ed the funeral of Mr. Duncan'a sister at Uerea on Sunday. Mr Lindsey Ray's crop sold in this house last Thursday, at an average of $16.75. At this house Mr Oscar Ray sold his crop at an average of $14.60. Don't you think you had better come to the Independent with the rest of the crowd, where you will find a crowd and men who know how to sell Tobacco. MrPat Sutton and Luther Rainey of your county are our representatives, so call them up and find out about the market. continues to sell at good prices, but the common dark stuff seems to be getting lower. Good tobacco Silas Lexington, Shelburne. Kentucky. Ai usual: Hudson & Hughes, Lan caster. Ky., have the best selection of High Grade, Clover, Timothy, Blue and Orchard Grass Seeds. Their prices are right, if quality is considered. Miss Elisabeth Beaxley entertained a number of her frlenda on Saturday afternoon. The young folks had a delightful time playing games and partaking of the tempting refreshments served them by their charming hostess. Independent Tobacco Warehouse Co. Lexington, Kentucky. Page 4 The Central Record MARRIAGE LICENSES. The Central Record, Thursday Jan 28, 1915. j COTTON QUITLS ANSWERS TO QUESTIONS. County Clerk Hamilton granted mar1 work In a bank with a young man riage licenses to the following tills HIGHLY PRIZED. that Is getting to be a Jude. lie wears A YKA.lt. week, Mr, Carlton Hunt, 20, tn Miss collar now and carries a white A revival of Interest in Ihe old cotton Nellie K. I'oynler, '!, of l'nint Mck, handkerchief, what docs It mean?-- It. .1. K ROHINSON. Editor. Mr. I.uke Irvine, 22, to Miss llnsa Mny quilts of our grandmothers' times' Is T. E. R. L ELK IN, Editor mid Mtfr. Prock, 111, nnd Mr. Ilertram llrnwn, St, promised. ATTORNEY AT LAW. Tell him what the young ladies name In fnct, n number of thrifty houseto Miss Lena It. Kiiinard, 21, of l,owcll. RnUrrit .1 llm Pn.l Omi-t- i tn l..iif..ter, Ky wives with old quilts that have come Is, "Doo". t tlANVII.t.i:. KY. Mull Mallei See mul A TOOTH PULLER IN VERSE. down tn them from their mothers' I would marry hut I am afraid my ('rminonwesilirs Attorney mother have already seen the hisI-biliti- wife will nag nt ine nnd blow me up oc I.hies written liy Doc. Denny. Member Kentucky Press Association Thlttrrnlh Jurlletsl hlitrkl of these pretty quaint old things casionally, do you nil think I ntn too sensi There's nothing like an nclilng molnr Eighth District Publisher Unfile V.A. '''o make n man's life full of dolour. when It conies to giving n pretty homey tive to marry?-- It, atmosphere to the home. No, to be nagged at and blown up by He wiiuts to cuss, he wnnl to light. 1915, great has the interest in the old a beautiful being ntl your own, Is, to So Lancaster, Kjr., January 28, And if lie could he'd like tit Idle. Don't let the toothache make you glum quills become that n Number of Lancas my mind, the happiest privilege of ter housewives have been devoting mntrimony. Or put your business on the hum; Rntes For I'olllicul Aniiotiiirciiicnts spare moments since cold wenthet came I have a grent denl of trouble with $ 5.'H Jut run to our shop and shout, For Precinct niul Cltv Olll.vs to piecing quilts. They nre made in I toy. Doc, come jerk this durned " Jiinunry, Itlh. 1915, 10.00 .. . 'or County Olllce . the plain crazy-quieffects. In tho eggs breaking In shipping, can you sug thing out. Kor State niul District Offices.... 15.IHI nnd snake fence gest a remedy? II. II. N. favorite ... Yes, buy nothing but square eggs. .10 For Calls, per line WORTHY COLORED MAN DEAD. patterns, but since the sewers have which fit the little compattmentalnegg .10 For Card., per line Uncle Harry Mullins, h worthy color- their hard in at the trick, some of the enses nnd do not Vor nil publication In tin' Inter-ru- t have to be packed with designs, including the ed man, died at his home Monday night more intricate of individual or exprcs-Io- n Minitower nnd bleeding-hetrt- , the rose sawdust or excelsior. after an illness of several months. He of individual views, per of Sharon, the princess feather, old To the Democrats of the Thirteenth Circuit Court District. Weary of being the target for the tin .10 was honest, faithful, nnd industrious maids puzzle and other pntterns nre allngs of nrrows of punsters, nnd de.115 nnd leaves many friends who will reptiitunrieii, per line ' Gentlemen:- , ciding there Is no such thing ns h gret to learn of his death. He worked being pieced. I lie lad una spread so far that .wo "punster conscience" I hnve decided to n number of years for .Mr. II. F. HudAnnouncements. wide acquaintance here have retire from public life, what business Two yetirs njjo you elected me to the olllce of Commonwealth's Attorney of son. This generation of "old timer's" women of We nre nnllmriieil to nnnounco Judge is Inst passing nwny, he was not only nsked their friends to save for their would you advise? H. V. bright-colore- d this District to fill the port of the unexpired term of Jmlfjc Hnrilin, he hnvinp; hecn elected pieces of nil the Try pork packing. Charles A. Hardin, of Hnrrodshurg, a a faithful servant, but a good citizen quilts goods they mny have. It is candidate for the Democrntic nomlna and served Ills country in time of war. cotton to the office of Circuit Judc. Are we really going to construct pretty fad and it is good nuws to hear lion for Circuit Judge of this, the thir I nni now n enndidote for the. full term, mid respectfully solicit the support of that the art of quilt making Is not locks on our roads so ns to make them Woman's Forward Movement Closed. teer.tli judicinl district, nt tho August passable? J, M. F. going to die out. primary BUB. With $H,000 taised, the Woman's ForNo. we are going to use these roads each nnd every voter ward Movement, organized to raise or trenches, as they are now called, for We nre nuthorizril to nmiounre C. The men who hnve served on the Grnuil mid Petit jmies in this District in the tvwi $Jl).(HKl for tho Illiteracy Commission, CLOSE RANGE OF a great sewer system, C. Fox, if Danville, Kentucky, as n has closed. Kxpenses of the organizaIn speaking of nn automobile why do yeurs pnst. will, I nni sure, tienr me witness thnt I have fnithfnlly imd with diligence candidate nt the primary election in tion are to be deducted from this amount August, I'.'IB, for noiniiintlon by the which will leave BILLY" SUNDAY. you always speak of it in the feminine my duties. from $1,000 to $5,000. gender, ns 'she'7-- W. B. B. Democratic parly a. Judge of thin, the The remainder of the JLM.tXMl needed by Because it is so hard to manage and I now hold. The New York Times last Sundav 1st; llecatisc I am asking you to elect me to the full term in the ollic Thirteenth Judical District, of Kentucky, to lie voted for at tho Novem- the Illiteracy Commission will be raised putilisiieii wiint it terms a close range so expensive. ntid the knowledge I hnve of conditions in this district, I believe tiy Mrs. Corn Wilson Stewart nnd Dr. view of "Hilly" Sunday nnd with increased experience his What is your Iden of n perfect gentle-- 1 ber election, liMS. J, G. Crabbe, a committee appointed ky Philadelphia revival, written by ! mnn?-C.- A. A. llicient service. 2nd: Hecause 1 de1 am better qualified than ever before to render you Commisjion last Mny to member of the Em- the Illiteracy We nre authorize!1 to announce Times stalT. As he My idea of a perfect gentleman Is one can raise monev. met Puryeiir of Danville, Ky., seems to have gone nbout his task who has sutficient self control to refuse sire what every faithful servant who has prececded ine in this olllce has received, without iliilnte for the Democrntic nomination Oklahoma To Have An Illiteracy Commis without prejudice for or against the to tnlk nlmut the conditions uir ronds ' exception. an endorsement of his work. Judge Hardin, whose unexpired term I was evangelist, extracts from it nre publish nre in. Attorney of thi. for Commonwealth' j sion. ed herewith as giving an onlooker's idea the thiiteenth judicial dittrict, nt the to the ollice of Commonwealths Attorney second time ns an elected to till, was How can I get rich quick? II. V. B. August primary 1D1R. Superintendent K. II. Wilson is pre- of Sunday and his methods: Sell ice in summer and coal in winter. Judge John Sam Owsley, who prececded Judge Hardin us Comendorsement of his work. A trim nnd ngile man of five fett present tn the legislntiiru n Do you think being in love is any I We are nuthorizeil to announce paring to bill, which tins for its purpose the eight, weighing 145 pounds, aged fifty proof of insanity? II. A. ' having held the ollice continuously monwealth's Attorney, whs elected and Hodman W. Keenon, of Hnrrodshurg, blue-eyewith scanty brown banishing of illiteracy from the State three, No, only, circumstantial evidence. Ky n candidate for the Democratic hair turning gray, in a ten years. He is following, Oklahoma. more nomination fur Commonwealth's At- of What did the road machinery that gray sack suit and new pntent-leathe- r As I shall be continuously busy in Court for some time, and unable to devote time torney of this, the thirteenth judicinl or less, the plan mlouted by the State boots, with a polka-do- t has been standing out most all winter bow tie, whose district, at tho August l'rimary in li)ll. of Kentucky, which was brought about fnce was red nnd grensy, whose collar on the vncant lot near the shipping by the activities of Mrs. Cora Wilson my canvass, I will appreciate anj thing my friends may do in mv behalf. to 1'. wits melting with perspiration, holding pens, cost the county? T. We nre nuthorlzed to announce G. T. Stewart. This is in line with Superin- a large Again soliciting your support. I am, About $10,000.00. white handkerchief which he Dalian! Jr. as n candidate for the tendent Wilson's policy to ilvoto the used as a mop, now kicking, now Respectfully democratic nomination for sheriff of larger portion of his time during the laughing, row leaping on an unpaiuted HONOR ROLL. Garrard County to fill out the unexpir- next administration to the betterment kitchen chair, now hurling himself ed term of the late C. A. Robinson of rural schools. Those who have paid their subscripEMMET I'URYEAK. down to strike with fist the platform The Daily Oklnhoman. subject to the action of the Democrntic under foot, now prancing, now beating tion to The Central Record the past party In August primary 1915. week are placed on its Honor Holt. fist on palm, now whirling arm- s- this man, in a hoarse and somewhat rasping Others who nre in arrears will likewise Wc nre authorized to announce John Don't fail to attend the display of voice, which he shook from his throat be placed as they come in nnd renew. Sam Owsley, of Stanford Ky, a candiBoys' Apparel in the parlors of the in volume which was adequate with Examine your date nnd it will apprise yon whether or not you owe for it. date for the Democratic nomination for Kengarlan Hotel, Wednesday and obvious and unattractive etfort, shoutDrop into our ofiice and pay your subCommonwealth's Attorney, of this, the Wednesday night, February 3rd. ed: and get receipt. thirtecth judicial district, nt the Aug"If Mother Eddy rises before the scription who haveapaid Wash Suits, Woolen Suits in Oliver the past week ust primary l'Jlfi. Twist, Balkan and Uussian Mouse and resurrection, I will eat n polecat for Those are: dozens of other smart models. Dal- - supper nnd wash it down with whisky Jennings, Holland, Sweden, Norway and Den- macaan Coats for Hoys and Girls. (By Wm. F. Miller., We have lllavatskyism. iou are Mrs Lottie Wnrren, HarveU. O. Ternll. mark, four countries of Northern Palm liench Suits, Straw and l'anama the reincarnation of somebody who George Uich, A. H. Doty, M. Hardin, Europe whose populations nre noted Hats, etc No admission charged. lived in ether nges, nnd has come back S. "New Fad" Seniors, "Derby Hats". I Mrs K. S. Grimes, for their devotion to peace, to indusand is walking up and down the streets J. K. Gates. Marcus White, try nnd to commerce, have mffered Monday being such a bad day quite of I'hiladelbhia. Don't shy n bootjack, Geo. Garner, GOOD HOGS. Miss Minnie Saunders, a number of county pupils were absent. ' immense losses through the belligerat that torn 'cat doing n midnight stunt Sam Kanisey, Joe Aldridgp, ency of their European neighbors. S. II. Aldridge, of Lancaster, who on the back ftnee. That is your Steve Lewis, Mis Anderson's room conducted D. M. Hale, The Dagblad. the leading conserva- formernlly lived nt Hynttsvdle, recent neighbor's daughter, who used to take Jacob White, John H. I'rather, Monday morning exercises, which were Miss Lena Kinnard, tive newspaper of Sweden, in its com- ly sold and shipped the following, pure music lessons." L. S. Palmer, veiy much enjoyed by the school. ment upon the preliminary reply of bred Hamshire hog. One boar to D, "Don't you have the audacity to sit C. H. I'ope. W. L. Grow. Last Wednesday ended the 5th months Sir Edward Grey to the protest of the W. Beem, Creighton, Neb., one boar to there and call my preaching out of date. Alex Francis. II. Baughman, school work, Thursday and Friday were United States, declares that it indicates Cranford and Cranford" Sasscr Ga, because I preach God's truth. Don't J. II. Dalton, II. C. Carpenter, given for the mid year examinations. a determination upon the part of Great one gilt to Floyd Miller, West Brooklyn you insult God Almighty like that, you John Cook. T. C. Uankin. W. J. Holtzckiw, Britain to adhere tothe harassing policy III., one boar to KalphTuggle, Emanuel miserable mutt." Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Dickerson, and Charlie Graves. of interfering with and restricting the Ky, and ono boar to Richard Cobb, "Today the devil works through the Mrs. John Bright, Mr. Coy Sanders were Monday mornB. F Hudson, Mrs. A. C. Kobinson. legitimate eommerco of neutrals. Danville Ky. Mr. Aldridge received schisms add isms. He is a smooth guy. ing visitors at our school. Several others Miss Allic Brown, E. Dunn. The people of Denmark, of Norway good price for all of these, showing it He is on to nis job." Monday but we were unII. G. King. were present J. II. Kinnaird, and of Holland feel just as the people pay to raise good, pure bred stock. "Whoever sas Jesus Christ Is not able to get their names. S. B. Henry. James of Sweden do about this. assumption of tbe Son of Gcd is a liar. The Bible C. C. Humber, The Mrnuel training Department of W. C. Wherritt. the belligerents that tiiey have the WORKING FOR BELGIANS. says he is liar and mi do I." Mrs. Rout. of the High school, will do any kind of right to determine what shall be imyou used the wont evolution to Mollie Perkins; "If Florence Ballard. repair work in their line at the school. When Mrs. Ellen Owsley was in New-- describe a protoplasm from which men Levi Elam, ported or exported by neutral countries H. A. I'rather. They will do a tirst class job and will York visiting her brother, Mr. Ben and women came through the concur- Wm. Lane. while they nre waging war. Hon. Emmet Purycar. not undertake anything to large, so Great Britain is entitled to every Letcher, she became very much inter rence of atoms, you and I will lock V. A. Lear. Fisher Herring, you may be assured of jwrfect satis consideration, every right that the ested in the work she saw being done horns, for I don't believe your old J. E. Soper. Lewis Murphy. Banks Hudson, faction. A small sum will be charged She worked all bastard theory." Itepulilic of l'anama has upon the high for the war sufferers. V T. Doolin. and what tver made by the dtqmrtment Clark. seas, and granting her n single iota the time the was there, knitting and man shouted A. And the hoarse-voice- d f Miss Peachie Sanders will be invested in tools. Call Miss above the weakest nation in the world sewing and helping different societies many other phrases unusual in re- W. W. West. Bynam Davis, Morris who is at the head of this. J. W. I'rewitt. is entitled to is but a concession to finish the work they had pledged. ligious addresses. naval and military power unworthy of Since coming home Mrs. Letcher has Sunday began his firman at 7:5$. He ince ine beginning oi me mi jerm TIIP UAPTPD lPV any independent nation to agree to. sent her the goods nnd patterns for a stopivd at S:5t and began a prayer. At .quite a number of new pupils have en- Illu HHjILIv Great Britain possesses no just right lot of baby clothes, Mrs. Owsley has 9161 he served notice that he was going aT- - Elizabeth Ogg, Carrie The managers of the Kex Theatre iereii' to say what neutral nations shall ex them about completed nnd thev arc to call for converts by asking: "How says if you were deprived of seeing the Aldridge. Ida Mae banders, Nancy curiosities in as much as thev do not many will join the trail hitting?" port or import. first parts of this intereiting serial , Manuel, Huby Cress. Virgie (lakes. vte go tanner, ana say that no look like the clothes our babies wear. "Hitting the sawdust trail" is ap- iiielure to ren.l this sn.1 el in nn i Simpson Parks. Virgie Conn. Minnie belligerent nation ahould be conceded or the original patterns having been sent plied in Sundays meetings to the walkk.ninv the stnrv in mntinn rirtnrri Conn, John Henry Dudderar. Charles granted the right to stop, examine, from Belgium. ing by converts down the two mam Hourr.e, ixiuis uu.uerar, jno iirauon. every Tuesday night. search or seize the peaceable merchant central aisles of the Tabernacle wide "Tom Gallon, owner of the Master Clarence Oakes. John Parks. Clarence vessel of a neutral nation upon the RURAL CHURCH aisles to the high platform, Key INSTITUTE. sawdust mine, dies, lekVing his property to Conn. Wm. Walker, Kathleen Ogg. the high seas, or tn mine the waters of where Mr. Sunday ahakes hands with his daughter, Ruth, in care of John Honor Boll for the month ending are "urnl Church Institute which is the onmoving men and women any great wean beyond ihe agreed! IXirr, the mine engineer, whom Ruth as follows: maritime jurisdiction of three miles to 1h" neM at 1'rovidence in Jessamine loves. Wilkerson. superintendent of Gladys Frisuie, Mildred Beazlev. County, Feby. S to 12th, is assuming limit. The agriculturists of the I'nited ' proportion and promises to lie one of STANLEY'S ANNOUNCEMENT. the mine, plcts with Jean Darnell, an Mary Owle, James Silw, Bermce adventurers with whom he is in love. Champ, Mary Davis, Bowman Grant, States, tho merchants and manufac- - i ,lu mo,t interesting institutes cvr Hon. A. O. Stanley makes clear the to deprive Ruth of the mine. liuth Clay Miller, Clayton Morrow. Nellie turers of the United States, the busi- - lni,J ,n ,he st,,f- - Erom the fact that ' tl ,,c tate-wld- e a large attendance issues upon which he will go before goes to San rrancisco to meet George, Uigsby, Carrie B. Uotnans, George W. noss men of the United State are en-"- 1 people in his campaign for the Everett, a wealthy friend of Dorr's, to Lawson. Sallie C Gregory. I.averne titled to the freedom of the high seas ' "xp'C ted end everything is being the Helen Jane HaseWen. entertain the delegates, framt Democratic nomination for governor. borrow money on the mining property Dickerson, transportation of commodities. done for the nlral churches.includingonly those The prime issue will be his war upon to pay for futber development work. Gulley, Anna L. Poll, Minnie Jennings, and of all the nations of the earth but tn "invisible government." He say if Mrs. Darnell meets her, introduces her j Paul Morrow, Samuel Elliott, Eugenia one Is denying that right and from towns of 1000 population and less. he is elected governor he will turn the to a man whom she falsely represents l)unlap, Kebecka Siler, Hazel Lyons, that one produced the war of 1M2 by The program for the week is very In light upon the lobbyists and as Everett and takes charge of her in Elisha Carrier, Louise Taylor, J. O. its same arbitrary course along the , texesting and includr some of the veiy calcium bot speaker in the state and out of drive them from the capito), as the Son San Francisco. Hearing nothing from j Bogie, Henderson Bogie. Elizabeth same line. There were several crops in this sale which averaged abeut M.OO round, the Mate, The institute is under the of Man drove the money changers from Huth, Dorr becomes alarmed and goes Djdley, Linda Jennings, Lettie Jen-t- o San Francisco, whither Wilkerson nings. as follows; Jelf Pedleton of Garrard. 1ft) lbs. at $9.76. 110 auspices of the American Chnsliar the temple. at $11.00. 2&0C at long MIDWINTER ADVERTISING. Missionary society and the Kentucky So Wih-o- as this gentry, which Wood has preceded turn. Meanwhile Kuth, in . The 1st alf year just ended resulted $15.00, at $1S.. HH) at $i5.t. t $26.1X1. to at $2S 50 29S at sV(V row A -- . calls "shadowy forms," i a noiei. nears air, uarneuanu vuiker(.Wli.t. 11lkl..-t?..l,ihrr..i..hm.t ih ih. January and rebruarv are a period i permitted to roam at wili in and about son plotting against htr. She calls B-- , went to A division and A's to one SH.OO. IkaS at $11.00, average $Ji,35, Will Lane of Garrard, 9d lbs. at when the ublic looks through the, the hall of legislation, Kentucky will for help, but is hurried out of the hotel 'craitf Higher. W. at $14.00. S15 uo $11.S0. 105 at $22..W. 115 at 130.(0. S35 WOMAN'S CLUB MEETING. newspaper advertising with keen at get little of the kind of legislation she by her captors, who conceal her in the at $K5.00 average $'1.10. Carl Pendleton of Garrard 3mV pound averaged "ition. The Woman Club, of the Fourth needs without making costly sacrifices home of a Chinese acquaintance of Wil A great many people have formed a 'District, met in Danville toda,. Quite and concessions to the "invisible keron's. Dorr begins the search for PAY YOUR WATER RENT. $11.10. regular habit of delaying purchase. a number of number of women from government," whose ubiquitous mem Ruth with the aid of a detccth e. They We will finish selling this tale on Wednesday morning They know our local dub went over. Mr. George bers are met at every turn in the trail her to Sing Wath's house, which until this time of year. Some people are under the impression and. tl.ore are that most merchant will gne unum- - JUbinson is chairman of this meeting capitol lobby, even at the very door they enter by force. Sing Wash forces that if they pay their city taxes this several good crops yet to be sold and we would suggest that as many tobacco ally pood bargain, in midwinter, to ard Mr. Kobert Elkm will report the of the committee rooms. Kuth to llee with him, but Dorr takes will lutiice, forgetting that the water grower, as ossible come and fee the balance of this sold. save carrying goods over until anoth- -' yM The advocate of reform measures up the pursuit and rescues ltuth. Wil- rent is jest as important, in fact, from of ,.e Un4,t,r Federated ervear. A merchant that doe not Woman. Club. This l. the have. In the past, found themselves kerson seeks Pell, a thief, to assist in this fund the water system of the city ine above mentioned crop were fine tobacco, but we bvliejo that the get Into line and tell the public through meeting of the kind to be held In the blocked by the lobbyists, with whom the conspiracy. He prepares to steal lm iimvrtftj) atriil linlsa Vitlir Uilnrrdnt i eniM "Khl at the 1,B '8U' h" something to do with the way tobacco the newspaper wht ha I doing at state, the first one having been beld at they had to make term or fuller the Bute's valuable papers." is paid the watet will be cut off. There this time of year will find hi trade I'aducah last Huth discovers Pell stealing defeat of their bills. There is no ques the are some who have not yet paid their sells and If you have a fine crop, try us with a load and you will be convinced. eek. The work has Very lck. But simple statement of been divided into Distinct work in order tioning the Importance of clearing the papers acq screams lor help. John taxes and unless this is done your name Any way. you know that you get first class treatment when you bring vour the good values that can now be found to bring more Aomen in closi touch ctpito! of this baleful influence if the Dorr hear the rail and bounds in the will be advertised and property sold ir. almost any enterprising store will with the work and the Slate officers. people are to have the character of re- room just as Pell jumps out the window for taxes. Pay your taxes and water tobacco to J. Leslie Knight and James C. Stone, who arc managing the b read with eagerintereit. The store Mr. K. H. Licv, president of the form legislation of which Kentucky which opened on a fire escape. John rent and save further embaraisment PLANTEltS HOUSE. Mr. Joseph Kelly is representing this house Id Garratd will find that It I doing an excellent State Federation, is an honor cuest to. atonds o greatly in reed. - Oweniboro swung himself out on th ladder and and costs. County. day. business even at a dull period. Inquirer. L. E. Herron. Marshall. climbed after the unknown man. INCORrORATKD. $1.00 IfllUKP WKr.KI.Y. Cl. 1 4 mothtStion. SCHOOL NOTES. Crop At The P HOUSE Ja. AVERAGES k $2735 1LI. Jeff Pendleton of Garrard County sold yesterday at the Planters House his crop of 2S05 pounds for $682.92, being an average of $24.35 per hundred pounds. This is the highest crop average made on any market this year. 3) " .o It The Central Record, Thursday Jan 28 1915. Page 5 I I II Every Dollar Spent With Us will I I I I I purchase its full value in HIGH-GRAD- E DEPENDABLE MERCHANDISE We want every customer a satisfied one and will endeavor to give you Merchandise that will please. New Spring Goods are arriving daily in all our departments. Favor us with a visit. i J. E. DICKERSON, Prop. Mii-s MISS Kliza Hill is numbered SCOTT OF NICOTINE. PETTY, HOW TO FEED GGWS Manager. Most people sit hack and criticise, while others get up the church suppers, organize the work of the charities and the lodges. This may ne pleasant lazy man's way of getting thru lite, but it is not much to look back' on when you reach the end of jour career. 0 f Miss Bessie l'ra titer is in Richmond It Affects th Coronary Arteries and FOR MILK PRODUCTION. visiting relatives. Produces Tobacco Heart. t 'Tobacco heart' li n londltlon well Mrs- - J. E. Robinson was a vititor in ptiyyHnn. It Is really a known to Danville Tuesday. phnso of arteriosclerosis, due to esces- Give the cow a chance, and before A Brief Mintlon of the Coming and Mr. Adam Kelly and family loft Mori d five smoking, u.ul N generally you consign her to the butcher's block l.vThoit Wt Arc Interested In. by angina pectoris, a nevere be certain that you ure providing her duy to reside in London. and (Kiln In the. rtii't. The New York MedMr. li. (!. Ward of Cincinnati was a ical Record, coninuntlng on some Mil' with liberal allowances of the feeds which are good for milk and butter fat I YOU'LL FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN. visitor in Lancaster for a few days. tlstlcs publlslird In Germany tiy Dr. production. Mrs. Carrie Davidson is in Richmond Mrs. Jesse Arnold of Frankfort istlie .1. I'awlnskl. says the Important conThis Is the plea which F. G. (visiting Mr. and Mrs '.. T. Rice. guest of her mother Mrs. Ella Bettis. clusion to be drawn from them In "that agricultural representative for tobacco has a lertaln. possibly n si! ' Miss Mamie Walter is ut Inline from FOR RENT the Laundry room be" Mr. It. S. lirown of Paris. Ind., is clfic. nihility for the coronary arteries." Langlade county. Wis., Is making to hind my shop. u visit tn Stiirifonl relatives nm! friends. W. H. Bruce. here mixing with relatives and friends. Theso lire the arteries of the lienrt It- save many alleged "boarders." Best Spreader Made at Reduced Prices. self, those that Hiipply Its muscles with Mr nml Mrs. J. M. Klliott of I have about 25 lino Barred Plymouth "The big lesson," be says, "which Mrs. Hayden Leavell und Mrs. blond. feW 'or' werr recent guests of Dr. bikI Mrs Charles Rankin spent Monday in Dan- - That nicotine Is a powerful poison is to be learned from the long list of Cockerels for sale at $1.00 and $1.25 Oliver, Syracuse and John Deere Steel Plows. W. M. hllioll. forty pound cows lately published by each- Mrs. F. M. Tinder. ville. has long been known, but there has various cow testing associations Is that I. - 4-A l 'SMiss Mry Chestnut h at home from T? Mr. 1'. A. Gregory of Atlanta was been n wide divergence of opinion us most cows will produce If given Wanted To buy. tlw recent guest of Miss Sue Shelby to whether tobacco smoke contain chance. When turned on our luxuriant Woods, of Lexington. nicotine or not The Investigations of northern 'grasses In Mason. 200 barrels of good corn. Imthey J. W. Agents for the Reliable American Fence, The best Mrs. W. J. Romans has returned Miss Pattie Anderson is in Muysville Zulluskl and Zebrowskl prove that It mediately respond at thetullk pall. OM Sweeney, Lancaster, Ky. does. The imautlty of nicotine abfrom n stay with her sister, Mrs. W. for h visit to Mrs. J. Hoe Younir u nd sorbed by the body from tobacco smoke fence made. FOR RENT FOR YEAR 1915. daughter. A. Carson, who is quite sick. U probably small, and If smoking be Will lent the Bed Brick house on Indulged In n It Ii moderation It will not Mr. Alex West is in Nicholasville Mr. D. C. Sanders was in Louisville Danville street, now occupied l)y Mr. the past week for a meeting of the visiting his daughter Mrs. Charles F. injure healthy adults, but when carWill Davis. For price and terms, write. ried beyond the limits ot moderation Denman. Lumber Dealer's Association. or when Indulged In by young people It Fisher Herring, Route No. 4, Mr. Lou Hplmes of Louisville Miss Emma Sanders of the Richmond a la certain to do harm to the heart. tf Crab Orchard, Ky. Its effect Is to cause a considerable Normal school is visiting her cousins popular hardware drummer was in Lanthickening of the Inner membrane of For Sale. caster Monday. Misses Ilessie and Kunice Prattler, the corounry arteries, u pronounced de- Mr. Uryant Italian! of Chicago is here generation of their middle coat, which Mrs. J. W. Acey has returned to her 1S5$ acres of land near Lancaster, home in Stanford after a visit to her visiting his mother Mrs. Eliza Ballard Is composed of muscles, und marked ' Ky., now ready to grow any crops change In the muscles that contract .' of Hryantsville. parents Mr. and .Mrs. Win. Hughes. desired. 30 acres of this land will grow Diaw A and expand the heart, thus bringing from 1200 to 15C0 lbs. of tobacco per Mrs. George Hallow of Madison came The many friends of "Aunt Sue" about disturbances of Its rhythmical acre, and more than pay for the land. Salter will regret to hear she is quite Tuesday for a visit to her sister Miss beating. The first year giving the tenant his for tlie iiioiipy youove nittl sick at the home of Miss Salho Tillett iTommie Francis. share, timber suflicient to saw up and EGGS AND THE HEN. note how much more Misses Minnie May Hobinson aiitl j Mr. Alex Denny and daughter Mrs. build all the barns desired! if interested week-enDuncan have returned from a Margaret Cook were guests Mattie your creditors reMrs. Pattie G. Haydon, write. Life Work Nature Hat All Laid Out if .Miss Mary May Walker of Taint j stay in Lexington. Nicholasville. Ky., R. F. D. 4. For the Young Chick. liant you They like to do UckMr. and Mrs. Charles Rankin of In n fresh "There Is water business wit It a mini who Mrs. F. S. Hughes and little son Boyle, Co., spent Sunday with Mr. ur.d laid egg. but no more nir than there Is ' For Rent. Saulley Jr., have been visiting her par-- ! Mrs. Harden Leavell. n hammer." said a dealer In eggs. lins tin account at the I desire to rent my property on Rich"So long us you can keep ulr out of eiit Mr. and Mrs. James Francis at Mrs. Kufus Blakemau of Kirksville mond street. Possession given Feb'y. the egg It will remain sweet and fresh. , Garrard Bank & Trust Go. 1 amt UCK. bis been the guest of her parents Mr. but no one has ever succeeded In keep, 1st, tibnr savlnu In feeding a Mrs. Harvey Sutton has returned to, and Mrs. Robert Long, of dairy cattle Id it matter Robert Long, Sr. They know he is doing business in a business like way. Better Ins It out by fair means moro than six that deserves consideration by her home in Cincinnati, having been; days. The oxygen is bound to tind Its even if your affairs are not large. Thev .Joo Mabel Beagle, open such an account dairymen Trie Illustration shows the attractive way ,,... i... tu. .I.. .H. nr -- (tk., . through an eggshell's pores, und Rooms For Rent. n herd faclnK a central alley will crow all right. 11. I J HIV" iMi,t. ,.f i., ,.,l through which the feed Is wheeled. tbo only way to save that egg then Is Sir. hasley. Beagle, is ill of bronchitis, We have two nice rooms for rent in Sumo dairymen prefer to have the to eat it. It sounds funny, but the & cows face other way and use Mrs. Uascom l'elphrey and little the Central Record building, suitable Miss Virginia Bourne has returned moment you give an egg fresh air that I I irt.cnlitil the cUtflffr rvtOVtilml( daughter, of this county, have been vis from u l6r otlices. A'pply 'at this office. tf. injure. These latter claim that pleasant to her sister Mrs. moment you ruin Its health. Iting her parents Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Ewing Stultz of visit cows should not face each other, "A good, healthy hen not seaklng Knoxville. as a diseased animal Is more like' Carson of Stanford. of any particular star breed, but Just ly to upread Infection, especially STORE ROOM FOR RENT. Mr. John Shackelford of Chicago, hen does not fulfill her destiny until If nllllctcl with tuberculosis. Messrs Charles, Robert and Conrad joined his wite und little son hero for hho has accomplished I'AJ eggs fifty 1 desire to rent my store room for Long Of .Madison were with n visit to .Mrs. Emma dozen. That's what nature has fitted Kautfiuau. their parents Mr. and Mrs. Robert up the lieu to do In the way uf just milkers, new milkers and milkers In year 1915, recently occupied by D. W. The Chautauqua Circle met Tuesday uueoached and unstimulated egg pro- - every other period uf lactation t'len Marsee. The room is 20x40 feet and Long the lirst of the week. nf tprmiiiri will. ML. lt..t,'.. !!..!.:. equipped witii latest fixtures. (taction, nud she gives the hen eisht come forwaid with a larger Bow. Mr. and Mrs. L. Manuel are theproud , lu ho,ne of Mm a Mrs. J, M. Turner, Lancaster Ky. years to do It In. "The reason Is not hard to Uiid-s- uc parents of it ten pound boy who ar- pd. "The hen divides the fifty dozen culent fresh grass, mixed with clover T,'e following residents of Lexington rived nt their home' the 21st, The perchance, offers practically a balanced up eight lr,!' ara victims of the grippe, Capt. stunt years among thof-- turn out years. ration. That N what thu nuliual's syc DurimJtlie past car you have patronized us liberally, for which we little fellow was christened Alvin. mora Some she may not NOTICE. Win. Herndou, Mr. V. A. Lear, und than n couple of dozen, but when tem craves, and, adequately supplied, The report comes that Mr. J. Brad- - Mrs s nre grateful. 0 eight years are up she will have man' the faithful cow expresses her uppre-ageAll those having claims against MiJennings, h former townsman, is fonl her annual output s,o that the to elation by filling the milk bucket, Tnu l,M"V friends of Mr. Logun lium Spencer, deceased, will present Much of the goods you Ixiujilit was sold for credit and for this you are recupj rating from u recent operation "Tiio iilui of the dalrytuau should In. Thompson will be glad to know he is tal has come out all right Then th them ut once, properly proven. Those for appendicitis performed in Tulsa hen has ended her career us an egg. t Provide his herd at all seasons uf "luc1' better after u very severe spell producer, doubtless grateful. Hut pay day has come and we hope you Okla. o year with ns near summer pasture owing same will please call at my office-oand too often. If she Is In Buford Street and settle same. o . 11. Pollitt who is engaged in ' "touiach trouble. the hands of a thrifty owner, begins conditions as Is possible Kev. will be prompt. Wm. II. Johnson, Admr. another career, short and delusive '" J- - ' "ore, of Hopkinsville, an interesting revival at Burgiu came; ns the summer hoarder Weak Concrete Silos. in time to till his pulpit at the rivetl Wednesday lor a short visit to this time " Pittsburgh Tress. The builders of concrete silos shoulu 'r- - "urry Ware und his sister spring chicken Methodist church Sunday morning and 'lib NOTICE. take especial pains to tliein b. .Mclioberts. evening. Weight After Meals. stoutly with heavy wire placed not All parsons having claims against the Mrs. K. K. McKoberts und soi. John There is, ur ucd to be. an idea that less than a foot apart while the con- estute of Clyde Ruble, deceased, or Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Hughes entertuin- ed at u well appointed noonday dinner were in Lexington .Monday evening for one weighs less after a meal than be- crete Is being laid. Wo heard of sev- claims ugainst the late partnership of There Is eral Instanies where the concrete h.t Clyde & Clarence Ruble, will present on Tuesday in comnhment to Mr. mid the Grand Operu enjoying very much fore, but that Is nousense. always a definite Increase of weight crsuked under (he outward pressure or "The Tales of Hoirman." Mrs. John Shackelford, of Chicago. properly verified according to after n meal, and with most people It the silage. One Instance occurred near the same A delightful chafing dish party was Is curiously uniform. After nn average Wiiterford. Judge Lewis L. Walker wus the gen. Wis., recently, where n law to my attorney, J. E. Robinson, Nancy Long last lul host on Weilnesduv ut a 12 o'clock Kive" ''V dinner washed down with the average silo had been tilled to Its capacity of Lancaster, Ky., on or before March 1, quarters of a 237 tons, When the ensilage began to 1916. nt his home on Wuter Street, day evening at her home on Kichinon.i iimoutit of liquid-thr- ee J, II. Ruble, Administrator. The guest of honor was his schoolmate, stieet. when the following enjoyed the plut the uvcrage man will Invariably beat nml ferment the si In hurst open, hospitality of thishappy hostess. Missus find that ht weight two pounds more enlalllug a loss. It Is reported, of over Mr. John Shackelford of Chicago. Patsy Kinnaiid, Billy Wilkerson, Lida than he did before tho monl There $1,000. Not only should the concrefu NOTICE. seems to It? no reason why it really bo well but good cement Mr. und Mrs. Z. T. Rico uro being Raney. Messrs. Lige Ford, Charlio determined diner should not double should be used and enough to make a All persons having claims against congratulated over the arrival on last Doty, Cecil Brown und Dr. Boggs. that Increase. A half jilut tumbler of Btroug wall when mixed with the proi-e- r the estute of G. W, Calebbs, deceased, OF THE Sunday night of u handsome boy, Thu projiortlon of aggregate. Hoard's wafer or it breakfast cupful of tea Tho following members of the will present tho same, properly verified promising youngster has not been weighs ten that probably Dairyman. according to law, to the undersigned or christened yet. itichmond Pantagraph. Wpmans Club ure urrauging to go t,o over half of outices. fsopounds Increase tho two Danville (Thursday) for tho his attorney, J. of LancasFeed For Calves Six Months Old. Mrs. J, W. Aker and son, Karl meeting of the District Convention or of weight after dinner Is accounted for by the liquid part of the meal. ManAlfalfa hay Is u very good roughage ter, Ky., on or before February 1, 1915. Young, who have been In Lexington at tho Womans Club, Mesdames R. K. Henry Moors, chester Guardian. for youug calves. Cure should be taken the bed side of Mr. Aker, have return- McKoberts, Emmu G. Kuuirman, J. W. not to feed It too freely nt first, as Administrator of G, W. Calebbs ed home. Mr. Aker who has been Elmore, John E. Stromes, Win. R. there Is danger of Its causing scours. The Speed Limit. very ill, his friends will be glad to Cook, George I). Robinson, Robert L. Motorists golug through a small town As soon as they become accustomed to will tell you that it know, is recovering. Klkin, II. Clay Sutton, Frank B. Marks-burg- , up in northern Indiana bear witness to It they can be fed this hay very NOTICE. J. S. Gilbert, and Curl ton Elkin. the fact that sarcasm reaches ti high plement A very good mixture to supC. I. Ogg, tnu former proprietcr of the hay would lie 300 potiuds stage of development there. Going luto is just as essential to have GOOD Coal as it Notice Is hereby given that tha Ogg's Gallery, and to all tho town ouo Is met by n sign reading. ground barley, 200 pounds brim and undersigned James A. Beazley Assign Mr. and Mrs. Charles Glass of JessaUerea folks, left for Lancaster Wednes100 iHjuud ollnieul. One should feea is to have good things to cook with in premine, Mrs, Wm. Mathews, Mr. Thomas "Speed Limit 110 Miles an Hour." of Ada Kinnaird will sit to receive day noon where he will open it photo Scott ond Mr. und Mrs. "Mighty decent people lu this town." enough of this mixture to keep the Hugh Scott claims against said estate at the Law gallery.' He will be assisted in his thinks tho motorist. But before he has calves lu good physical condition, tut paring a meal. We guarantee a fnll ton of from near Nicholasville came over gouo Ollice of It. H. Tomlinson in Lancaster work by his son, Aden. Berea Citizen. far bo realizes tho sarcasm fully. not fat. Wednesday in celebration of the b'Jth Ky., on the, loth day of February 1915 The streets are so rough und tho road good coal at a fair price. Aahby M. Warren, of the legal Ue birthday of their aunt Mrs. Elizabeth at 0 o'clock A. M. All persons having Corn and Clover. through there to Cnlcago has so many partinent of the L & N. has gone on a Mason at' the home of her son Mr. W. turns In It that it would be Impossible At the Wisconsin state fair Mara, claims against said estate will present protracted business trip to Wilmington, II. Mason. The muny friends and to go faster than ten miles an hour thou county had us one of Its exhibit them properly verified, at the above Go Del., New Jersey, and Washington relatives of this community where she without runulug Into some ouo's from a circle of com and clover with the pic named time and place, ture of u dairy cow In the center, which City. Whild at the capital he will be has resided all her life extend con- yard. Indianapolis News. James A. Beazley Assignee of Ada bore the legend, "From corn und clover the guest of his cousin, Mrs. Julia Gill gratulations and wish her many happy Kinnaird. to butter fut" Birmrd. Stanford Journal. January rt turns of the day. Cook RANGES Heating Stoves at attractive prices. Manure o with the Gossip About People vNe: tick. POISON cluirne-terlze- r D SUCCESS Spreader Swo-bod- I Dlniiro Rltr OrlnrtfinT-- mid-Ma- J. R. Mount, Son & Co. Ctieci I . d - ; 111 i large-her- d - I.- W The Garrard Bank Trust Company I I I New Year 1915. , th' I I d I McHolerts Drug1 Store THE QUEEN ! ' Satur-ilinn- er y Kitchen n Lancaster Lumber & ManTg Page 6 Children Cry for Fletcher's The Central Record, Thursday Jan 23 9 15. 1 Excellent for Stoiuch TrwMe. 'Chamberlain's Tablets are Just fine for stomach trouble," writes Mrs. 0. C. Dunn, Arnold, Pa. "I was bother ed with this complaint for some lime nnd frequently had bilious attacks. Chamberlain's Tablet afforded ire great jelief from the first, and since taking one bottle of them I feel like a lifTerent uerson," For sale by nil m- dealers. RICHMOND MARKET GOOD. Tlio Kind Yon Hiivo Always Bought, anil w hlrh 1ms been In uso for over HO- jenrs, lias bonus tlio Mgtmttiro of "U and 1ms been nmilo under Ids per-soiml Hiipcrvlslon ulnco Us Infancy. Xl? In jZafTj&ttAtM Allow no one toilcrelvo you nrathis. " but All Counterfeit, liiillntloiisnnit ".Tnst-as-Boo- d Experiments Unit triflo with nnd endanger tlio health of TIPPERARY. The London Spectator, commenting on our newest soldier song says: "It Is the swinging melody of a simple song of the music halls that England's ol diers now are marching most gaily and most gallantly fields of honor, to their hnrd-fougl- Infants and Children-Experie- nce against Experiment. We call your attention to the new letter, of the Madison Tobacco Warehouse at Richmond, who have now sold 3,000,000. They state that the market Is steady to strong and high for good tobacco while the lower grades nre low and show little or no improvement, but nil. Rood tobacco free from damage with color finds a fine market at high prices. Some days the market looks draggy but It Is due alone to poor nnd dnmnged crops only being olTered, The prices this' house quote are as good ns can be found in any house In the country, nnd are considered very high for this year. Forest , Statm will sell over these floors n crnii I of some 10.000 to 20.000. pounds this week of high grade tobacco. E. C. Mllllon.fFres. T. J. Curtis, V-Pr- Dr. C. H. Vaught, Sec E. Deatherage, Treas. Biggest In Prices Biggest In Amount Of Sales Biggest In Floor Space. a harmless snbstltuto for Castor Oil, Cnsfor'i Iro-vn.id Sootlilnir Syrups. It Is pleasant. It Morphine other contln.i neither Opium, guarantee. nor destroysNarcotic "Worms It Biibstanif. Its age. Is Its Tor more than thirty years It und allay r:verlsliiic.s. 1ms been In constant uso for tho relief of Constipation, Flattilrnry, VInd Colic, all Tccthlnir Troubles nnd l)(:irr!m-:i- . It regulates tho Stomach nnd Bowels, assimilates tho Food, giving healthy nnd natural sleep. Tho Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend. 1 What is CASTORIA 4 s "It's e, Par-oorl- GENUINE CASTORIA ) Bears ALWAYS a long, long way to Tipperary, Hut my heart's right there!" It is the memory of home and a girl blithely put and with no hint of tears, that reaches Tommy's heart nnd cheers his weariness. "This is a song", continues the Spectator, "which has carried our army from Aldeshot to Southampton, and from Paris to the Aisne: it is the sung which one of the sailors lrom the tor pedoed "Cressy" started singing in the water. 'It certainly Is, if you have to swim there went the comment, already LONGER TERN FOR THE RURAL SCHOOL. Madison Incorporated. Tobacco $40,000.00 Dr. C. H. Vaught Telephone 221. the Signature of historic." Claims are being brought that "Tip perary" was made in America." It was written in New York by Harry Williams, also, of Tm composer, Afraid to Go Home in the Dark,' and other liko songs. "It is net known whether he is of English birth or not. At any rate he has been in the habit of dividing his years between London and New York. "The song was published by un English firm and was brought out in London, but aroused no enthusiasm. "It was only after the war began and the weary marcheJ were forced that some one in the ranks started this little ballad of the music halls and found in It all the requisites of an Immortal war In Use For Over 30 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought TNI CINTAUN COMf ANY, w vontc OITV, Hut few states in the Union have an average school term as short as thnt in Kentucky. At present almost ever city and village in Kentucky has a term of at least eight or nine months, but it Is not so with the rural schools, in only two or three counties of the state does the term extend beyond six months. This plan Is very unjust and unfair to the farmers child, and acton should be taken at once, providing a plan whereby all rural schools shall have a term of at least eight months. There is no reason why the city child should have the opportunity for n nine months school, nnd deny commensurate rights to the rural child. The time has come when the practice of providing better houses, better teachers, longer terms and superior advantages to secure an education for the city child over that of the country child must cense. They are entitled to and should have equal WAREHOUSE Near L. ft A. Depot. CAPITAL T.J.Curtis , DIRECTORS: E. C. Million E. T.J.Smith Deatherage Marlon Coy J. M. Haden To Our Friends, In Garrard County: We hnve heard some talk lately, the kind that savs don't quote me relative to some houie some where getting just a little more for your tobacco than the "OLD KKI.IAHl.K MADISON". We can hardly blame the fellow that makes such a statement asking not to lie quoted. We want to lie quoted however, nnd want you to read the nctual prices some crop lots have bought, on our floors this season. Don't let some fellow worry you by saying these prices aren't real. If he makes such a statement, he will no doubt ask you to keep it on the Q. T, Truth however needs no Mxlogy. You can quote nn)thing t We give you some crop lots average below. we ssy to anybody. keep it quite, tell all your i.eighbors and friends. We want them and you to know it, just facts represented by dollnis paid for tobacco. This is worth a whole barn full of cheap misrepresentation. That fools a few farmers for just a little while. Net-den- INSURANCE Office at National Bank. On one part of the Calias battle line the German and English trenches have OF I.ANCASTER. been worked by traverse to within fifty yards of each other, writes a war correspondent. Roth sides are musically inclined. The Germans have the A. R JENUY, President better bands and more of them. Ii J. E. STORMES, Vice Pres't. ports from a score of places have told S. C. DENNY, Cashier. of the evening concert, in which the r. R. 1 JMBRV. Ass't Cashier. J. L. GlLL, Germans furnish the melody and the English the applause. Rut some dajs the Rritish find themselves absolutely starved for music. Hy various devices they make their need known to the WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. enemy. SamuaJ D. Cochran, Alex R. Denny, what?" is "Let's have a sing-sonJ. H. Posey, J. E. the English way of putting it. Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. Usually the Germans agree. That evening, after firing has stopped the German band parades to a point be tween the lines. There they play until A WELCOME VISITOR. they are tired German airs for the where it is known, is a box of our most part, but invariably mixing in a sparkling ginger ale, orange soda or few of the favorites of their hostile other of our carbonated beverages. If hosts. An especially good band is ceryou have not yet tried any or all ot tain of enthusiastic applause. them you don't know what a fine treat "We are singing "Tipperary" all you have been missing. Don't keep on along the lines," they told me in Berlin, y and missing it. Order a box It's catchy little air, is"Tipperarv" commence enjoying yourself. and the simple words are easily learned. So many of the Germans know English that weeks ago they had picked it up from hearing the fellows in the other trenches ting. They usually sing it Phone 202. better, too, for music is recognized as an aid to the warlike spirit in Germany. The Briton is a singularly toneless bird but because he likes music he makes an excellent audience. Almost every night, after the day's work is done these model soldiers refer to fighting as work -- some one in the German lines is certain to begin singing the simple little THE NATIONAL BANK Surplus song." Capital $50,000. $30,000. Safety Oeposit Boxes For Rent. advantages. There was a time when the houses were so poor that an eight months school in many counties wns not fcutible, but that time has passed. Hundreds of new rural school houses have been erected during recent years, and there are but few housts in the State, at present, where the children could not be made comfortable in the coldest weather. Again, County High Schools are being provided forcountry children, and it is necessary that the country child have every advantage to prepare himself to enter these high schools. At present the term is too short, and with only one teacher and a large number of classes, disadvantages in the way of proper grading and lea individual the time is too short for the pupil to advance. The taxpayers of the rural districts of the State of Kentucky with the help of the county board, should legislate and demand that the state and county give them an equal chanc te educate their children with that of C. S. Roop. the city. Scliroller & Curtis. Richmond, Dave Long, Garrard county, Atlkinson & Warren, Gnrrnnl county Leslie Curtis, 2nd Crop, lot Richmond. Zack Simpson &. Son, Garrard county. Zat k Simpson &. Son. Garrard county. Pratlier &. Oldfield. Garrard county, Lebus Roberts, Richmond. Coy & Ross. Richmond. L T. Hoover, Lancaster, -- 1083 jxni mis, averaged 2550 pounds, averaged 3205 pounds, nwraged llMiO pounds, averaged 1555 pounds, averaged crop 1500 pounds. averaged 350O pounds. averaged ?20.00 $20.03 510.50 SI 8.30 517.15 518.00 517.35 518.00 517.10 ,517.00 515.75 I Prather & Thomns, Garrard county, Ed. P. Million. Red Crop, Richmond. Robt Ross, Small Boy, Garrard county, J. N. Ross, Garrard county, Burnan & Shellon, Richmond. averaged averaged 1285 pounds, averaged pounds. averaged 0750 pounds, averaged 790 pounds, nveraged M00 pounds. averaged 13,075 pounds. averaged 1000 pounds. GG75 pounds, 51000 515.15 CASTORIA For Infants and Children. Y We wont quote any crops as low as etc. We have had so many of them that it would take about all the papers edition to tell about them. If the other house and this means any house any where has. can equal or beat these prices, we aie looking for them. Better take it slow and sell your tobacbo where you get the must money. Remember the Madison House has led this market always in ounds, in prices and in floor space. Til KM Han Always Bears the, Signature of NOTICE SV (JtaZT&2cXi ytTj. 1nM Madison Tobacco Warehouse Co. Incorporated Lancaster tling Co. Bot- TO CONTRACTORS. RICHMOND. KENTUCKY. We Write Anv Kind of J. itZM Office over The National Bank of Lancaster, Ky. A. BEAZLEY Sc Phone 27. CO. ditties of the Fatherland. If the trench-e- s are netr enough a request will be shouted over; "Won't you sing 'Tipperary' next?" And so they sing the army song of England, and tired English soldiers sit in the darkness and listen. Sometimes, though not often, they join In singing; AM8R oricina yyry & GENUJNE CL TIPPERARY. and all bids. Persons desiring to bid on this woik. Up to mighty London can secure plans by applyingto Andrew Came an Irishman one day, J. Dryan, 708 Realty Building, Louis As the streets are paved with gold. ville, Ky., and shall deposit with him Surely ev'ry one was gay; $25.00 as a guarantee that the plana Singing song? ot Piccadilly, Strand and will be returned to him in good order on tfjo dav the contract is let, at which Leicester square time the $25 00 will be returned to its Till Paddy got excited. author. C. A. Arnold, Presiding Judge Then he shouted to them there:. Garrard County Fiscal Court. Chorus. It's a long way to Tipperary, J. W.Hamllton, Clerk. it's a long way to go; It's a long way to Tipperary, GARRARD COUNTY To the sweetest girl I know; Good bye Piccadilly, The Fiscal Court of Garrard County, Kentucky, will meet at the Courthouse in Lancaster. Ky, at 10 o'clock A. M.. on the 10th day of February 1915. for the purpose of receiving sealed proposals for the repairing and rcmodeline of the present court house in accordance with the plans and specifications now For Infants and Children on file in the County judge's office. bach bid must be accompanied by a In Us For Over Years certified check or bidders bond for the sum of $200.00 as a guarantee that the Always bean the Person to whom the contract may be Signature of awarded will erecute a Surety Company's bond of the required amount, and any failure thereof, the certified check or bond will be forfeited ns liquidated damage to the county, for and having to the contract. The certified cheek shall b Leading Manufacturing made to Judge C A. Arnold, and the court reserves the right to reject any CASTORIA 30 OKOASIZKV 1HS3. Citizens National Bank OK LANCASTER KY. Capital $50,000. B. F. HUDSON. W. O. P.1GNKY, Surplus $45,000. J. J. WAI.KF.K. Joe J. Walker. Jr., Vice Prest. re-l- Victor Bogaert Co. President. Ass't Cash'r W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. MB Mil KItS OF American Hank Association. Kentucky Hankers Association. National Curiency Association. Federal Ileserve Hank, Cleveland. Jewelers&lmporters 133-13- 5 West Main St. 2 1 Lexington, -- : Kentucky. New York, Brussels, Itelguim. ;X0.(0XO(AQ! MfflV0XXX(TIl0XB .((MQ' $ MARK OF THE MODERN FARM THE Farewell Leicester Square long way to Tipperary Rut my hearts right there!" Paddy wrote a letter To his Irish Molly 0'. Saying, "Should you not receive it, Write and let.me know! "If I make mistakes in spelling, Molly dear", said he "Remembtu- - its the pen that's bad. Don't lay the blame on me", Mollie wrote r neat reply to Irish. Paddy O', Saying, "Mike Maloney wants to marry me, and so Leave the Strand and Piccadilly rr you'll be to blame, ing For love, has fairly drove me you're the same," It's a long, BONDS FOR SALE. Cn TnuuflnV thu Q,th ilnv nf Vfhrnnrv 1915, at 3 o'clock P. m, or thereabout. In Iront oi tne lAiun nouse uoor in .I... m World's Record Gar. i a silly-hop- Billiousoess and Constipation Cured. FULL SIZE OEVlRE PULL LENGTH jOIi ROLL pun: weight BECKER, PHONE 27. BALLARD & SCOTT. BRYANTSVILLE. Ky. If you are ever troubled with biliousness or constipation you will be In the statement of It. F. Erwin, Peru, Ind. "A year ago list winter I had an attack of indigestion followed Ly biliousness and constipation. Seeing Chamberlain's Tablets so highly I bought a bottle of them and they helped me right away." For tale lm by all dealers. . recom-mende- Lancaster, Garrard county, Kentucky, n.smlnnMl .nmrntlflinllfr will Bull at public outcry, to the highest and best biuuer, int. uonus oi saiu county to tne amount of fifteen thousand dot-In.. iir, rwt m fir thti TinrnnHH nf modeling' and repairing the Court house of Garrard County, .Ky. Said bonds will be issued In three series towit:- Series A, of $5000.00 und consisting of five bonds of $1000.00 each, due and payable five years from the date of their issue. Series H. of $5000.00 and consisting of five bonds of $1000.00 each, due and payable ten years from the date of their issue. Series C, of $5000.00 and consisting of five bonds of $1000.00 each, due and payable fifteen years from the date of their Issue. Said bonds will be Issued and bear interest trom the first day of March 1916, at 6 per cent per annum, interest Said bonds will not Eayable annually. for less than their face value. reserves the right to The commissioner reject any and all bids. The purchaser will Im required to deposit 11500.00 In cash or certified check nn date of sale. r. S3 g m 1915 1 This $1,250 Stock Car made 7500 miles in 30 days with Bonnet Sealed. Front Sept 23 to Oct 23, it traveled through 23 States. You can't ask any more of any automobile, no matter wlut the horsepower or cost. For catalogue & car specifications write CENTRAL MOTOR CAR CO. Lexington, Ky W. F. CHAMP, Commissioner. The Central Record, Thursday Jan 26 1915. V ,T 1 ALLEN HIEATT, Page 7 Secretary. H.C. BRIGHT. President. STILL Danville Walnut Street. SEE I. M. Dunn, J. S. PRICE, Vice President. IN WE HAVE SOLO aiOO lbs ?38.l) Harvey & KiiifJ, Boyle Roiles it Devinc. Mercer . . 5810 lbs 773.78 Davis & Duncnn. Mercer. . 2355 lbs 200.70 Stnpp &. Kincaiil. Garrard 3105 lbs 5!)8.11 1 The Highest Price Basket in Danville this Week at Our House, Stapp & Kincaid, Garrard County $30.00 For One Basket. The highest individual average in Danville this week, an Average of $17.55 j'or Entire Crop. HE ONE-HAL- LEAD POUNDS THIS OVER F MILLION WEEK. without any friction everybody satisfied Remember if you have the "goods" we can "gel the price " The best auctioneer in Kentucky, admitted by everyone A few of the good averages this week, and there are others average nverniic S12.G0 13.35 12.01 17.55 average average F. Gcrmmin. Uoyle lbs SI09.10 average S12.75 Latigfnril&Rawlings.Marion 1180 lbs 272.02 ae,fie 15.05 Denny &. Jolmsnn Mercer. .3130 lbs 127.70 average 13.05 T. Y. Hudson, Garrard 3190 lbs 507.53 average 13.00 M 3-- .... Tobacco S. Warehouse Incorporated. Cough Medicine for Children. Company. Danville, Ky. WHY SUFFER ANY President Jno. Van Winkle, Secretary When STOMACH Is a n Quick t J DISTRESS and Effective J. M. Sallee, Ass't Secretary Tobacco Brings $36.00 at PEOPLES J. I. HOUSE Eason of Garrard County Makes this big average. W. H. Powell of Washington ceives the Grand Average of $1 7..4 Per Hundred for his crop. county, re-- r Peoples House Has Largest Week's Sales Since Opening Its Doors for Business. Total of 600.000 Pounds Sold This Week. Bidding Spirited, Prices High and No Rejections. I. Knsun, (litrriuil county, sold following bnskvts: cent 270 k)uiu1s lit J. tli.- - 50 On Hunls at . Ulci'nt 14 t pound thi xiumls nt JW pound' tit cunts U 21 cents cents llurlon & Smith, of (inrrnril County sold the following hu.kcts 13 Sfiil K)und lit Cfiita SSOJiwumln 300 pounds ft 15 at t . pounds ul M5 pounds lit cents Hi cents H cents 13! cents WJ ltolit. Iutcliescii,!(lnrraril county sold the following Imskets: 235 pounds m 14J cnts 2211 pounds at 3S5 pounds nt lt cents :1IU pounds at 171 cents 500 pounds Ht AH cents Holers it'Kuble, of Gnrrrril county sold the following baskets, 'J 1(1 pounds at 13$ cents 115.ouiids at 13 cents l.'i pounds at II! cents 300 pounds at 13 cents 310 pounds at l'.'j cents 1 -.- PEOPLES TOBACCO WAREHOUSE COMPANY. Incorporated. Danville, Kentucky. FIEL0 SEEDS y . RICMMOri D, KY. mm mmMfa A TRAINING SCHOOL FOR TEACHUKS Courses lending to Klrmrntarv, Inlcrimillatu slid Life Hate C'crlllicutei. Vain' In all 1'iililloHchwlaof Kentucky, Hpeclul Courses and Hevlew Courses. Tuition Vho to Appointees. Two splendid dormitories, new model (cliool, licv manual training building, practice ( sirrlciillure. a well equipped school, department iymiialiun. Horonllo Science. First Term begins t...,ii,,U r Term November 10. Third Term January V. Konrtli Terra Aprils, hummer School opem June II, I utulogtie Free. J 11, ( II iUHIt, 1're.Mrui. Hi e a full line of Field Seeds which I am oflerint! at very attractive prices If interested, ask for samples and prices I liavo hljjh-tirad- W. Bush Nelson, Lexington. .. Kentucky, If jour stomach is continually kick inn up a disturbance, causing distress after eating, heartburn, coated tongue. Bas. sour 4atenf food, and you fe(f blue. Irritable and nervous, you are faring from indigestion and dyspepsia, ar(, attentive audieco. It s needless for you to suffer, and, ui Mr. uuuu.r ,m tm, ll. m.ur i. th.. Iim 1.. distr.'ss and reguUte jour upset' last week for Louisville, where she will make her home with her daughter, stomach. Mrs. V. It. Ilice this winter. Simply get from It. E. McKoberts, Mrs. L. C. Conway of I'awhuskn, any drug store, some or tablets a simple prescription that docs more Okla., who came home to attend the i:..f ti uuan niiu ina,;n.. lunula 'burial of her father.- Mr. S. E. Owsley. matin.: uiuii soothes the irritated linings of j left last Wednesday- for her heme, Key. Frnzee, n noted Sunday School ' the stomach and stimulates the How of the digestive juices so that what you worker delivered two lectures at the eat is quickly converted into healthful Christian church Sunday in the interest nourishment, then are well and i of the Sunday school work in this Co. strong, and no longer worry about Mrs. It. A. Asbury, of Little Hock tritles or have restless nights. Ark, who is the guest ot her mother, Do not allow indigestion to wreck Mrs. Charlotte Warren spent a few' your health and happiness but get some days in Lancaster with her aunt, Miss tablets at once thej' arecheap Jennie Duncan. and harmless. The Dixie Itook Club was entertained on last Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Shclton M. Saulley, who STANFORD proved a charming hostess. Delightful Mrs. M. I). Early is confined to her bed refreshments were served. with an attach of grippe. Iiev. D. M. Wa'ker pastor of Little Martha Ann Fish has been the Christian church, is giving u course of stereoptican lectures this j quite ill for several days. Miss Ilelle Denny it visiting relatives week. He began by giving the first one at the church on Sunday night. and friends at Lancaster. The moving picture "Zudora" which Mrs. Mary Harnett of Cave City, is is being put on at the opera house here litre with relatives and friends. by the Woman. Club, of this city.every Miss Anna Chancellor is visiting her week is creating a great deal of inter-- ! sister, Mrs. M. K. i'ruittatMillersburg, est and large crowds are attending. Mrs. W. K. Shugars is the gaest of Mrs. Jess Mason passed awaj' at her her mother. Mrs. Tanner at McKinney home on the Somerset pike last week Mrs. Alice Pickett, of Shelbyville. is after a short illness of tvnhoid fever. the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Wm. j She was a daughter of Mr. John ley Gooch, and was united in marriage Miss Liccie Heazley is the guest of to Mr. Mason about nine months ago her sister. Mrs. I!. C. Sandidge at and much sympathy goes out to this Milledgeville. i husband in his hour of trouble. Mrs. Mollie Nunnelly, the widow of Editor E. C. Walton and family have moved to the Johnson cottage on lower the late Phil Nunnelley, passed into the (Ireat lleyond Sunday morning at her Main street. Miss Mary Ilailcy.of Crab Orchard, is home on Lancaster street, Mrs. Nunthe guust of her grandfather, Judge nelley was 78 years of age and had all of her life been a very active lady. She James P. llailey. Mrs. E, J. Ilrown spent several days was subject to attacks of heart trouble at Lancaster with her son, Kussell and was taken with one of the spells i about live o'clock Sunday morning and Ilrown and wife. only livtd about en hour. Her death J. II. Woner came home from Lan- came as quite u shock to her many caster Saturday night and Sunloved ones. The deceased was a devout day with his wife. member of the llaptist church and did j Jesse Hocker returned home last much good in this community in which week from Kansas City Mo., where he she has spent many years in her Mashas been visiting. ter's service. She leaves two sons, A. .Mrs. Kittie Hopper has been confined T. Nunnelley, of this city, and J, H. to lier bed for several days with u se Nunnelley of Forth Worth, Tex., who vero attack of grip. with his wife attended the bnrial. Mrs. J. W. Aiey spent last week In Lancaster with her parents, Mr. and rBKE ROOK OX STOMACH IIX8, Mrs. Win. Hughes. Geo. II. Mayr, of Whiting St., T. I). Kaney. who was taken ill, Chicago, Ml., a prominent druggist, has guide In health, ill published while in Parksville und had to be brough fchous howa he cured himself andwhich he brought home remains quite ill. relief to thousands of other sufferers Miss Mamie Walter has returned to from constipation, biliousness, indigesand intestinal troubles use her home at Lancaster, after u visit to tionFrench healing oils. One by the usuof dose Miss Muttie Lee Hubble here. ally comincc. 'I he most chronic cases Mrs. U.J, Komans of Lancaster, rarely need o er three doses. This book Mayr's will he mailed free has been the guest of her sister, Mr. Wonderful Remedy on request. leading; is sold by W. A. Carson, who still remains ill. druggists e erj where with the po'tle j Mrs. John Nevius and children of understanding that your money will 1 I refunded without question or quibble if Lebanon Junction, have returned home ONI" bottle fails to gic jou abolut after a visit to Mrs. Mattiu Nevius. satisfaction. Miss Emma Warren is In Louisville visiting Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Severance und will return home in a few weeks, i Mrs. J. W. Clark, who has been con-- ! lined to her home for several weeks on account of illness is able to beoutagain Misses Dora Straub and Savannah Heck recently left for Tumpu Kljrida, I where they will spend several weeks, A protracted meeting will begin at the Presbyterian church next Sunday ' end will be conducted by Hev, J, A. It Mummifies Them Trostlu. Harmless to human beings or live Miss Mary Higgins left last week for Hichmoiid Va., to be the guest of her stock. Hid your place of these peat brother, Dr. Harry Higgins and wife without smell or danger. Order a can today.! for several weeks. Prices 60c, 11.00 and 6 pound pail $5. Hev. W. E. Arnold, presiding elder Hat Corn Is guaranteed to do all wo say preached at the Methodist church both morning and evening Sunday to a large W. B. NELSON, Lexicon, Ky. suf-:l,- yl .ini-klv Never Rive n child a cough medicine that contains opium in any form. When opium is iriven other and more serious diseases may follow. LonR experience has demonstrated that there is no better tor safer medicine for coughs, colds and croup in children than Chamberlain's medy. t is equally valuable j CouKh, cu"lH'"s lry, " i"l'i"m or other harmful drug, rorsale ,,caVsJ I ' MARDI GRAS FEBRUARY 11-1- 6, 1015 j New Orleans, La, Mobile,, Ala. LOW I Ji.o.uuicj ,., " ROUKPT7HP FARES d TICKETS ON SALE FEBRUARY E, 10, 11, 12, 13, J4 and 15. Cool Returning to Reich Orlclnal Stirtlnf. Pa I at Eefurc MUnltht Fcbrujr is. 1415. Trl-I- ..,,,. MlUcitf - :l .tirtln6 Palif nrforn Hfich Umlt tf I'Meiiinn of rinil Dipo,it tn T.ui t Orl?l-rajmear o! I'cc ll.eo. of aJ ht Mrru IS, 1V15. t)jr For Full Information Apply to Nearest Ticket Arjent, H. C. KING, Pass'r and Ticket Asent 101 East Main St., Lexincton, Ky. ' I -- i BUYERS TO SHARE IN PROFITS LOWER PRICES ON FORD CARS Effective Irom August 1, 1914 10 August 1, 1915and guaranteed against any reduction during that time. $490. TOURING CAR SM0. RUNABOUT 5690. TOWN CAR F I). II. Ilelrolt.Hll curs fully e'i;ui'il. ilu the I'ultiit !"tutn of .Mntrlcn only. u. I e. Further, we will be able to obtain the maximum efficiency in our factory production, and the minimum cost in our purchasing and sales departments if we can reach an output of 300,000 cars between the above dates. And should we reach this production, we agree to pay as the buyers share, from $40. to'$fi0. per car (on or about August 1. WIS) to every retail buyer who purchases a new Ford car between August 1. 1014 and August 1, 1015. For further particulars regarding these low plan see prices and profit-sharin- g Madison Garage, Richmond, Ky. I , , snt LOUISVILLE Feb. 1 to 6, 1915 AT THE ARMORY Groator than ever in every feature. The Biggest Auto Show in the West or South. " 15-- Nothing to equal it outside of New York and Chioago shows. More Exhibits Every Car of consequence will be hown. More Lavish und Original Decorations More Music Concerts Afternoon and Night. Come to Loulsvillo "Auto Show" Week Show Opona 10 typifying Growing Cotton. Spcciul Hotel Hates A. M. Cloaca 10 P. M. Dally. ADMISSION 25 CENTS I RAT CORN Dakota Jack's INDIAN REMEDIES hava made his name famous all over the United States and Canada. Composed of Roots, Herbs, Darks and Berries. For treatment of Human Diseases. luralty's Indian Hftbe -- 45 Days Treatment, Dakota Jack's Cowboy Liniment Dakota Jack's Crcme Sojd, piice 10c, 3 bus SI OO 23c 2Sa DAKOTA JACK Ttuj Nofthwettcfii Co boy OKIOINATOH Of PURSLEY'S INDIAN HERBS ,J.L C. ON SALT AT C & J. E. Slormes and R. E. NcRoctrls. 4 Page 8 Ii i fu-i- The Central Record, Thursday Jan 23 1915. r Faulkner, Faulkner. i Faulkner. Faulkner, Jane (heirs) 2 acres. Abe 15 acre Will 1 acre Will 2 acres Goodloe, Dr. S. S. 2 acres . Hutchinson, Geo. 1 acre Jones, Din 3 acres Kavanaugh, Mary 8 acres ... Kennedy. Ed. 1J acre Kennedy, John 1 acre Kennedy, Sim 1J acre Leavell, Jonas 1 acre Leavell, Tom 1 acre Lewis, Allen (N R) 1 acre .. Merritt, Henry 3 acres . Iteld, Barney, (heirs) 4 acres. Roads, Hannah 4 acres... Rothwcll, Wm. 181 acres Royston, Kate 3 acres Stuart, Yantis 7 acres Scott. Tiney (N R) acre. .. 'Wallace, Geo 1 acre . . . . 1 . Sheriffs Sale FOR 3 65 7 67 7' I LIST EN the old Reliable Barbershop still runs nt the some old stnnd on Richmond street. U. R. NEXT. H. M. DUNCAN B. V. umm Morrow, Graduate Optician Fitted. Situfaeilon Guaranteed. and THE NEW Opposite Post Office. Barber Shop Bath In Connection. J. E. Seale.Prop Honakers Fine Cut Flowers. John M. McRoberts. H. Clay Kauffman, Street Attorney-At-La- w Offices on Danville Office Phone 34. over Post Office. M. J. PATRICK, Dentist. Kentucky. Paint Liok. DrW. E. McWilliams Physician and Surgeon. Phone 387-BUCKEYE. KY. Prompt Service day and night. J. A. Beazlev FUNERAL DIRECTOR Office Over National Bank. Residence hone 3. Office Phone 27 LANCASTER, KY. f Phone 229. Office Hoora t - I K. Doctors Of Dental forgery. Mj ail. A. Wheeler f)fl.ct; Stormet BnlldingoTei Hurt & Ander son furniture ritore. LANCASTER. KENTUCKY. ;0r. Wm. 'Office D. Pryor, Weterinary Surgeon and Dentist. at Rainey a Livery Stable. -- Lancaster. - - Kentucky Office We.t Side Ones. What is Meant ly State aid for roads? Aiis. The appropriation of money front the State Treasury to aid the counties in road improvement. Qucs. When was this law enacted? ins. Hy the 1914 General Assembly. Ones. Why? An. Kccatise public sentiment demanded that steps be taken to pull Kentucky tint of the mud. nn Mnmlnv. IVliruarv 22nd. 1915. nt Ones. How va this money provided? one o'clock, In frr.nl of the Court House State tax on each one hundred dolAns. Bv levying a live-cedoor In Lancaster, ky., I will oiler to lars of taxable wealth. the highest bidder for cash, fo much of Ones. What counties pay the larger Krtion of this tax? the following described property, as An- -. The richer counties that already have their roads built. will pay the State. County and district Ones. What counties will receive the most benefit from thi school taxes for the year 1914. law? is entitUd to deed In The purchaser Ans. The poorer counties. i vear and interest at the rate of Ques. Why? B. F. Robinson. She rilt of 30 per cent per annum and 15 per 'cent Ans. Because about 110 counties receive more money from this damages If redeemed In that time. Garrard County Ky, Successor to C, A. fund than they pay into it. These are the uncollected taxes of the Robinson. Ques. In what manner shall a county apyly for State aid? late C. A. Robinson, and must be paid Ans. The fiscal court of any county may pass a resolution In order to close up nis business. stating that the public interest demands the improvenient of a public NO. I. WHITE. road or section thereof within the county, and rcquestinp that it be FARMER'S COLUMN constructed or reconstructed with State aid. Such a resolution shall $ 9 90 Acton, Smith, N. R. 2 acres contain a dccription of such public road or cction thereof. 4 92 . acre Adams, Andy, 8 00 . Ques. Who will determine the kind of surfacing to be used? Rail, Sam, 13 acres itpace below tbia beading la for the eiclu-te33 20 Ans. The ComuiUiioner of Public Roads and Fiscal Courts by Mark, Austin, 56 acres. tubicrlben, and ! far uie ol our farmer . 13 63 Dennis, Elisha, 1 acre tne eale of ttock, giam and inch thinga on mutual agreement. farm ai the larmer cannot arfo'd to adeer-tl.Ques. What kind of surfacing may be ued on State aid roads? 1, COLORED. NO. No notice will be accepted orer four Ans. Macadam or telford or other stone roatl or road conn 1fne. ol the 26 ncres. ... $ 10 71 llnel. and will be only In Adams. Geo. W. structed of gravel or other similar materials, or an earth roatl, the eroan. free ol charge Mary, 10 A 18 49 Anderson. Gran and surface of which is properly crowned, ditched and smoothed, so that 2 27 Adams. Pete. N R 1 acre Rood Poland china water will not lie retained "thereon, or a road constructed of atphal-turFOR SALE:-3 80 Black, Julia. 1 acre brick or other pa iug materials. Odus Naylor. boar. 1 30 Burdett, Bob. N R 2 acres .... Ques. What is the largest amount any one county can receive 4 23 Burdett, BrlRht. 2 acres one dozen Rood hemp from this fund annually? For 6 93 Burdett. Jim. 4 acre brakes. R. K. Speaks, Lancaster R 2. Ans. Two per cent of the total fund, or about 512,000. 1 T. L 2 40 BoatriRht, Arch, Ques. Which roads will receive State aitl first? 9 40 Faulkner Bro, 1 T. L Mr. J. B. Leavell of Bryanlsville. y seat ytem. Ans. Roatls of the 5 87 Flovd. Jack. 1 T. L trnn.1 vnuncr teraev eow with hn a y seat .vytcm? Ques. What is the 6 51 Floyd, John. 1 T. L heifer calf that he will sell worth the' Ans. Roatls connecting the county .seats of adjoining counties 3 25 Gill. Ellen, (heirs) 1 T. L money. on the mot tlircct and practical route. 4 18 Hiatt, Edith. 1 T. L Ques. What per cent of the mileage of Kentucky is included in 2 90 Reuben CN Ri IT. L. . .. Hlntt. LOST-black Newfoundland dop. in L.. .. 6 51 or around Lancaster, has white spots this system? Kavanaueh. Walker, IT. Aus. About ten per cent. 13 72 Letcher. Mary, 1 T. L under his necK. Any information will ' How much traffic will this sy.tcni carry? Ques 2 59 be Rreatlv appreciated. Middleton. Ed (hrs) 1 T. L Ans. About cightv fcr cent of the total. 9 16 Miss Lena Schooler, Hyattsville Ky. Rnhlnsnn. Arthur- - 10 acres ... What portion of the co?t of these roatls will the State Que.' Kettle (hrs) 1 T. L...1 3 54 bear? Strayed: From my place on Sugar or a dollar for each dollar put up by the county. No. 2 WHITE. Ans. One-halCreek, two heifers, weight about 350 How is this money to be spent? Que Wife 5 acres $ 4 82 pounds, color red, one with horns, one Brown, Joseph and An. Under supervision of engineers furnished by the Depart 7 47 dehorned. Prank. John 10 acres Will pay for any informament of Public Roads 160 A 28 92 tion. Duncan. E. A. (heirs) N. R. Qucs. Is it necessary for a county to increase its tax levy to seFred J. Conn, R 1. Lancaster Ky. Hudson. J. S. 94 acres cure State aid? Ans. No. an amount not to excectl 25c of the aOc levy for genNo 2 COLORED. 200 bushels nice For for roatl purposes, and a portion of this Will sell eral purposes may be used 1 town lot clean orchard grass seed. Allen Georee 27 acres. mav be iiccd in securing State aid. $12 74 cheap if sold at once. 1914 1912-1- 3 $21.00. ' Ques. May private subscriptions be tisctl in securing State aid? . ... 8 10 J. T. Anderson. Lancaster R. R. 2. rtnnki Phillna 6 acres. Aus. Yes. if in the form of money and if it is placed to the credit CO Caldwell H. 1 acre LOST-An- ice Duroc boar. weiRht of the County Road Fund. Frank and Bill 4 acres . 9 48 Ques. Should the people along the road to be improved conAny information 4 60 about 150 pounds. rinvfa Jnhn 1 acre tribute? Tom Chesnut. 7 25 will be appreciated. Dunn Bill 1 acre ol the to one-hal- f Marksburv. Ky. Ans. Yes, th'cv should contribute 3 55 nnnn Ruck (heirs) 2 acres ; total cost of thcroa'tl improvement. (If State aid is used, 1 92 1 acre Dunn Dave good work and saddle For Sale-if onlv the cotintv participates, 92 Duun Sam 1 acre mare, also two coming 2 year old mare Ques. Why? 4 28 Farley Tom 1 acre mules and 1 coming yearling horse mule Ans. Because they are most directly financially benefited. 73 8 Floyd Alex 5 acres T. W. Conn, R. R. 1. Lancaster Ky. Ques. Is it necessary to vote a bond issue to secure State aid? aJ i Floyd Will 6 acres Ans. No. . 1 65 Gamett Will (heirs) 1 acre QLost Monday January 25th two spof-e- d Qucs. Then what is the advantage of a bond issue lor roatls? Hirlte Muv B. (heirs) 1 acre .. 3 55 bitch has a collar with hounds. The Ans. 1. They enable the community to immediately realize the 28 Jackson Henry 1 acre the name of W. A. Wade. Versailes. benefit as such issues make possible the construction of a consid... : . i. . u it o I Ky., ana me i Mttllinq John 1 acre i.i uok iui mc cash taxation would provide but a small 6 19 name of Woods Walker. Any informa erable mileage, whecas Readv Siras 2 acres mileage each year, thus indefinitely postponing the completion of the O OO 1 arm Pu..lv VA tion will be appreciated. road svstcm. 4 9-"" Ready Jeff 1 acre Woods Walker, 2. The cost per mile is lowered, a a larger mileage can be more Segar Geo and Ed (heirs) 1 acre 2 27 Paint Lick. Ky., R. R. No. 2 economically constructed than isolated stretches built at long in6 83 Simnann Geo 4 acres tervals. 6 19 Smith John 1 acre 3. Maintenance is cheaper for the same reasons that apply to 5 02 1 acre IN PORTUGAL PACKAGES Smith Joseph rrtnwtrtirtinn. 6 19 1 acre Smith Ben J A nmtrritv benefits bv the development of the local re 92 Meiiengera Carry Th.m, a Steews Do Taylor Ed 2 acres sources, postcritv should help to bear the burden. Uio Delivery Wagon. 3 55 Not Taylor Tom (heirs) 15 acres .... 5. The increase in the value of land, antl the volume of busiLight delivery In Portugal l done al8 73 William. Willie 12'acres sufficient to meet entirely by men nnd women. De- ness is immediate and substantial and is more than most anil to retire, .livery wagons. Hiicb as are used la the increased tax rate necessary to pay the interest on. NO. 3. COLORED. Amerlntu cities, are titikuown here. the bonds. $ C 71 Dotv. Leslie & wife. I acre Inrge department stores Dues. What are the chief duties of the Department of Public 5 98 Some of the Doty, Louis & wife, 1 acre ... are now using motor triifka. bnt none Roatis? JU lu Hickman. Locan. 15 acres baa Introduced a uperliil pnrvel carrier. Ans. To furnish, FRISK OF COST, to the counties applying, 6 CD Leave!!. Ed. 8 acres I.IslKin ttud Oporto, the only large plans, specification anil estimates of cost, expert engineering advice, Letcher. Amelia. 72 acres . ... 20 92 titles In the republic are built on bills, antl supervision for road or bridge, improvement. 5 .4 and most of the Ktreets are very teep. Logan. Chas, 10 rcres Ones. Will the State pay back a part of the bond issue for road 3 65 attaining n grade of 17 per cent. They Potts, America, 5 acres improvement? 8 20 are paved with atone and generally are Wrenfro, Wils. 3 acres Ans. Yes. In good condition. The roads Immedi&w Warren, Joe. 2 acres Ones. How much? ately about these cities are fair and Ans. One-hal- f. tbe grade are easy. County hlgtmaya NO. 3. WHITE. very good nnd very Oucs. Under what conditions? 25 50 are a mixture of $ Adkinson. Josie. 90 acres A That the monev be .spent on the construction or recon bad. They are not kept up tin they 4 92 Burton, J. B. 1 acre should be and for short distances are struction of roads, tinder the .supervision of the Department of Pub- 7 89 Taxes 4 92 i 4 92 2 02 4 96 7 24 3 55 4 28 6 19 4 23 5 98 1 67 3 55 11 07 2 59 3 55 9 05 3 01 8 30 4 85 5 55 THE STATE AID ROAD LAW IT i i VW M hwk mhhmw 'P" Wm w i o list of Leading Periodicals Es pecially Prepared for Readers of The Central Record. 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How will this money be paid back? 10 01 livered lu Uie United State from a 12 acres Fred, Ans. From vear to year as the county's pro rata part of the 14 25 light wagon or motor vehicle are sold 30 acres Nelson, aid money 'is available in the State Treasury, until it has 10 64 here by men and women, who go State rwilln Herman. 9 acres the amount so spent. through the street rrylng their wares. 1 FHthermll. J. W. 35 acres Oucs. How can your county Secure Good Roatls anil Bridges? vegetables, bread, nil, 49 Fish, fowls, KWrl. It. M. (N It) 35 acres.... 29 Ans. By a systematic c of the engineering advice of the fruit, etc.. nre all carried on the bead Mel.ear. Geo. (N U) 7 acres, . a sj or shoulders of the vendor. Delivery of Pubfic Roatls of Kentucky, and by applying for Statt tnr .1. H. 79 acres of goods from atnall shops Is made by aid. 8 12 Wm. (N R) 22 acres.. boya or by the "galego." who Is found, o iw Sparks, Cloud, 27 acres at every street corner. These men also transport pianos, furniture and other NO. 4 WHITE articles of a similar character. Con16 37 sular Ilrport. S Baker. Daniel 4 acres Buzley, Geo. 46 acres, 1913 zi Sftt.sS. 1914 MESSAGES. MILITARY 5 55 Brock. Eminett. 30 acres 5 60 Soma That Were Mad. Famous by Brock. Ira, 15 acres 7 24 Th.lr Pith and Brevity. Brock, John. 60 ucrea Of famous military messages there Byrd. M. V. (N It) G$ acres .... 23 26 7 40 are scores, beginning with tbe never Bvrd, Wm. 33 acres to be forgotten "Venl. vldl. vlcl" of Creech. Wm. (N R) 10 acres.... 2 02 Caesar and that equally famous disCumrrlns. Mat A. (N R) 41 acres 7 99 patch of Commodore Perry. VWc have 4 81 Davis Bros. 60 acres met the enemy nnd they are ours." but C 19 Fields. J. S. 2 acres both were beaten for brevity by Gen4 81 Fannie 109 acres Hawley, eral Sir Robert lloyd. who while gov5 24 ernor of Gibraltar, being In need of Helton. Alex 50 acres 4 28 beef for bis troops, wrote to tbe agent Holmes. Sam 10 acres England this laconic dispatch: 10 00 tn Lakes. Edward 35 acres 5 93 "Ilrowne. beef. liovd." llrowue Kent Lakes. Shad 25 acres ' lDU tores with tbe reply, "Boyd. Iieef. 4 20 Lamb, Alex 1 acre n ,mi iirowue. i.amh Sam 25 acres I Ami thin In turn recalls tbe storv ot This pletur shows the condition of ths road ovsr which J. N. 11 70 Million, John 46 acres Peter de Dreux. tbe colebrated flgbtlni; hauls msrchandlss from Somerset to Acorn, Kentucky. v bUbop of Bcauvals, who, being taken T. 35 acres McQuerry, J. ju ib In anus by Itlcbard Coeur de I.lon. was McOuerry. L, W. 53 acres 0 19 Imprisoned and fettered. Pope Celes-tlu- e McQuerry' R. M. 2 acre HI. remonstrated In behalf of tbe t ju prelate, and In reply tbu kins sent tbe Parker, Mrs. Lucy 15 acres 12 64 Robinson, Chas. 70 acres bishop's helmet and armor to Rome Ross & Moore (N R) 210 acres..; 4 30 dispatch taken from 2 27 with this neat Todd &. Son 20 acres xxxvll. 32: "Know now wheth9 14 Genesis Wells, M. (N R) er It be thy son's coat or no." Tbe pop. declined further Intercession and NO. 4. COLORED replied that the coat tb. kind bad sent 7 04 liuford, Fred 4 acres i did not belong to a son of tb. church. 6 19 Km. nt thm nmn anil tha nrtmoner. Burnslde, Clay 1 acre 4 81 rJktrsfora. was at Rlcbard'a mercy. Burnilde, Smith 6 acre Dtnny, Sarah (htlri) 23 acr.J.. . 3 55 Detroit irr. 9 39 W. A. 2 acres Mote. J acre .... . re-h- u-- c;nn SPECIAL and OFFER Daily Louisville Herald The Central Record BY MAIL FOR ONE YEAR AT Ma;-1U- Special Price Of $3.00. Kentucky's Greatest Newspaper delivered at your homjch day including your home paper, at the price of 53.00. SUBSCRIBE FOR This offer positively expires on The Cental Record. February 28th, 915. 1 r. i--