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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): February 4, 1915 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1915 cen1915020401_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): February 4, 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. THE CENTRAL RECORD. PURE REUOlOb, UNI A RN1SHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT tWKNTT FIFTH YEAR. LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, FEBRUARY 4. 1915. Please hand us that $ Ask Kfllc- NUMBER 44. K1NNARD-BR0- WN. ASK EFFIE.-S- HE KNOWS". she knowi. YOU 1 fife 7 See Zuilorn tomorrow Hilly Miller nlht. sas, "Eflie known, nil riKlit." Kternnl hustle is the pricft cf bread ami butter tliete days. t should not continue to use a horse whose feet ar(e defective. We now have a man The shlii purchase hill ia doomed, us hope wo will never need them. let It is a shame, It is an outran for Garrard county to have such toads. A (rood many Miss Lena Klnnard and Mr. Ilertrand Ilrown of Lowell, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. J, II. Davis, drove tn the parsonage at Mansu on Wednesday afternoon and were united in marriage by the Key. Kldrldge. The hrlde Is a daughter of the late Chas. Klnnard, and Is a highly accomplished and attractive young lady while the groom is a son of U. L. Ilrown and Is a prosperous and well to do young farmer Their many friends wish them a long life of happiness and prosperity. EH'ie and her husband have diawn big crowds at the Ilex this week. They are both good entertainers. "Ef- fie" seems to he able to tell you any thingfrom the time your watch says it is, to the day you will marry. She ,knew Mr. John Miller's name alright. - I We Are ineaaquar- - f ters For NEW TELEPHONE BOOK. people know how to who can arrest this trouble t All kinds of Carriage I Repairs, Rubber, Tires, Etc. CONN BROTHERS. Lancaster, Ky. GROUND HOG DAY. make sood roads who are not working at it. His Majesty, Mr. G. Hog, came forth We are constantly being told wealth Tuesday and not seeing his shadow he does not bring happiness but we are will remain out and the backbone of from Missouri. wiuter Is broken. He has been hibernating for many weeks and many have The KuroiM'an war is six months old anil linn taken n toll of a half million envied him, as they had to take the elements this terrible winter. Hut it lives and has cost seven billion dollars. is all over now as this legend has been The man who wrote "Iicautlful followed for years and never fails, acSnow" never lived in n country town cording to the oldest inhabitant. It is where the side walks were never clean also said this ia the first day for many years he failed to see his shadow, for ed oh. which we thank "Old Sol." Uncle Hob Overstreet says you can ho deuend on the ground hog and that you can get out your plows and shovels WELL AND HAPPY. and hoes. We didn't care for the Wilson baby's looks but it may grow out and even if Wilson didn't get It docsn't-Orand- pa to be I'resiUent on his looks. We have Just cotten out one of the neatest and best Innkfnir fplpnhnnn uooks we ever saw. We do not ask vou to take our word for it but ltit look at the new book which was order ed hy the clever Mr. J It. Cornn, who is now In charirf? nf the local nffirp. The Record office is prepared to do good work of this kind and as we push every business and every enterprise in town, we also believe in reciprocity. Wagon Wig mm 1 SA BURY HIM LIVE and LET LIVE FOLKS G D EE for fear of Zeppelins, they keep it jo dark that they even prohibit sparking. The Lancaster boys ami girls have lots to be thankful for. In lontlon, IF YOU ARE IN NEED OF STATIONERY OR CATALOG Ufn Arni!tmv f)fitni Mnndnv Feb. 8th. Professor II. V. Evans will have charge of this school and we bespeak for him a good school and liberal pat- ronage. Cibbs sold a basket of tobacc for fifty cents and we look for this basket to get worn out, anv way Luther is the man that put "bac" in tobacco. His entire crop averaged over $19. the hundred. I.uth-- Tuesday we took dinner with "Ma and Ta Willis", in Crati Orchard, We found them as busy as bees and happy as larks. Their son, George, who has been living in Forth Worth Texas, for the past ten years, besides being a splendid business man, is a great athlete. He has just won the five mile cross country run and was awnrded a handsome gold medal by the Y. M. C. A. athletic club of which he is a member. The Springs hotel ia being put 'in readiness for the summer season. Hury the croaker out in the wood In a beautiful hole in the ground, where the woodpecker pecks and the bumble bee bumbs and the straddle bug strad dies around. He Is no good to the city push; tn unpractical, stingy and dead, but he wants the-- whole earth, and all of its crust and the stars that shine overhead. Then hustle him o!f to the bjmble bees roost and bury him deep in the ground; he s of no use here, get him out of the way, and make room for the man that is sound. Plush Rob es are generous size, warm, long of wear, made in beautiful patterns and rich colors. Buy one for your own comfort, and ask for 5A when you buy. 5A BUY A Harness and Plow Gear. staili lumir roi PLUSH ROM POft VOU Sold by .OUlf( ILANMT Tom OWN .TKllT Utt tmi staik CONFOKT Let Us Show You Our Line of Harness. BUSINESS CHANGES. The firm of Hurt & Anderson have desolved their partnership. Mr. Harry Anderson having purchased the in terest of Mr. Hurt last Tuesday. Mr. Hurt has not decided at this time just what business he will go into, hut informs a representative of the Record that he will not leave our city. We are glad to announce this, as Frazier is very popular, being now the efficient clerl: of our Hoard of Councilmen. Mr Harry Anderson, who retains the the business, is thoroughly qualified to handle this large and lucrative trade alone, accomodating and industrious and we wish him success. HASELDEN BROS. Wholesale and Retail Hardware. FRIEND IN NEED. WORK OF ANY KIND CALL PHONE 43. I CENTRAL RECORD 3 G DG 3E 3HE TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 9th 1915 7 EPISODE OF The rooms added to the Methodist and parsonage including the fixturers and concrete floors in the basement are about completed; with this annex this residence will be a commodious and desirable home. bath-roo- THE MASTER KEY The Republican party was not born peaceful, neither has it achieved peace fulness, Lul it is about to have thrust unon them, in a much as President Wilson is unwilling to involve this country in a war with Euroie in the matter of purchasing ships. peace-fulne- STOCK SALT. While it lasts we will sell it for $1.25 per barrel Hudson & Hughes. LOST. An auto chain in ornear Uryantsville. Finder please return to Dr. Kose or this oilice. ZUDORA. , . "V X.udora will be seen at the Opera ITS. " H r--H tf r.Cf-,A.uAim. TJV. ft LLLm House tomorrow night. This is a very popular serial story with Margaret "Movie goers Snow as the heroine. learned to know and love Margaret in the Million Dollar Mystery and she always receives applause. SHORT ON OFFICE FORCE. The Record office has been unfortu nate this week in having two of its Mr. Tercy Hum-sid- e good workers sick. has been ill of tonsihtis nnd Miss Grace Comley fell and sprained her arm. Mis Stella Comley Miuiy lieipeu us nut bv takinir Miss Grace's place and "Lcn" proved he can bold down n "two mans job. RED CROSS SEALS. This plan Marks the spot! But now It's in the One-eye- d A generous amount of the receipts from the sale of I'.ed Cross seals during the holidays is to go to the Hazelwood tuberculosis sanitorium near Louisville, which is for the benefit of the whole state. Then, it is also announced that a $1,000 gift for the founding of a "shack" on the grounds in honorof the late Theodore Harris has been received, A suitable memorial und a noble char ity. THE GOOSE SUPPER. The Circle Girls served plates to nbout fifty of Lancasters citizens last Friday night. It is needless for us to sa the Geese and all the side dishea were cooked to a turn, for the gastro nomic exploits ot the "Circle Girls" are known far and near. The money they make goes to missions and we are glad to state this last supper added quite a number of dollars to their colfers. idol's eye. 1 y JOHN PIE Ml NO VILffPN tjy&t&ni? a net tdornti nccf ()(rZy ) fa J GOOD BARBER GONE. ii".. REX THEATER Henry Duncan and his family moved to Findley, Ohio, Tuesday. Henry has been a barber in Lancaster since he was a smill boy and he is a tonsorial artist of no mean ability. He and his family have always conducted themselves In such a manner that It is a source of regret to everybody that they saw best to leave us, but all, both white and colored, wish them every success in their new home. the Mr. William F. Miller, of Lancaster, has just sent the editor of The Messenger a large and extra fine Garrard county cob pipe. These pipes have a wide reputation, as they are, unquestionably, the best in the world. Any old pipe smoker can appreciate the value of a pipe made of the right grade of cob, as it is seldom one is found hard enough to make the right FINE EXAMPLE. kind of pipe. Danville Messenger. Hilly thought some of those "pipe At the ripe age of 83, one of the dreams" ot Hangs regarding a Danpatriarchs down in Allen County is ville Hotel might come true if he buying and setting out fruit trees. used a Garrard County pipe. What a splendid example the old chap Is setting. He may not eat of the fruit, but his good works will follow SANATORIUM BURNS. him and the succeding generation, if Epsom Hill Sanatorium, near Crab they are worth their uM, will do honor Orchard, was burned at 3 o'clock Sat- to his memory. It takes a wise and urday morning. The cause of the strong man to look ahead and plan for blaze is unknown. W. E. Laur. of the future when oppressed with the Saginaw, Mich., recently bought the burden of eighty odd years. We take property irom the Spitler interests and off our hat to him and hope that he was preparing to reopen it on Monday. may be able to plant a tree on the day Mr. Lauer paid $14,000 for the prop of his hundreth birthday anniversary. erty. There was $5,000 insurance on the building and $500 on the furniture. CROPS The hill on which the Sanatorium so GARRARD COUNTY proudly sat looks bleak and bare as you enter Crab Orchard. We are sor SUPPLY BEST PRICES. ry of this destructive fire as a lot of money had been put In the place and Garrard county tobacco, which has we had hoped some one would get hold held the high marks this season, again of it and establish a hospital for Lin supplied bright spcts in somewhat coln and Garrard. dreary rows this morning. At the Planters' House $29 was reached, and at Shelburne No. 2 leaf from the same GOOD PRICES: county told for $27.50. Crops from Madison, Owen, Carter, In another column will be found the Harrison, new letter of the Madison Tobacco Scott, Hourbon, Clarke and other long- Warehouse Company, This company haul counties also were on the market haze gotten out a new letter each here today a tribute to relative week since the market opened giving prices. Grade quotations this morning the result ot its sales throughout were pronounced about the same as the week, past. This House has al- last week, with the uuality of new ready sold over three million and half offerings improved. -- Lexington Leader. pounds of tobacco, and it reports its sale of yesterday of over 200.000 lounds A UNIFORM PRICE AGREED as one of the best sales of this season, very few rejections possibly not over UPON BY DOCTORS. 1 per cent which argues that the man selling it was better pleased than beFrom what v stated in a recent Isfore. The crop lots of Forest . Stapp, sue some have a. rived at the erroneous nearly 90(H) pounds at the high average conclusion thai the doctors intruded of 10, Luther Gibhs of Garrard County increasing thei. .ate.i tn nn exorbitant and 11. C. Wearren of same county degree. This I ii'it ihe case. The averaged 18 and a little better for profession of county hasagreed 11175 respectively. 2550 und The mar upon a uniform aim leasoimliieschtdulu ket here is just a little higher and all of charges which u e i:i Manor bound grades are finding ready sale, one to observe. Thui-- s have not been basket brought 50 cents Friday, another materially advanct J nnd the lucreaxo brought 50 cents Monday. will not work a haru-..i- p upo.i anyone and will benefit the pruteiuu by cutting out under bidding. It is an indisABOUT BAD ROADS. putable fact that the publio generally There are some bad roads in Ken- only pay for medical services out of tucky. The rurul correspondents aru any surplus that may remain after setreporting that the mud is "knee deep tling with the merchant and grocers. and deeper" In many localities. Hut The principle is wrong and the doctors there seems to be bad roads elsewhere are going to try to remedy the evil by than in Kentucky Wo wr re .looking educating the people to pay them over a copy of the Little Rock, Ark., promptly. When a furmer delivers his Gazette a few days ago and were es tobacco, corn or wheat he expects, and pecially struck by the numerous refer gets the cash. Why should not the dices to bad roads In a column devoted doctor be paid the same way? to clippings from the State newspaper?. The medical profession is united and One correspondent says he drove from well organized. The "Devils poor" Round Mountain to Morriston and will, hereafter, receive no consideration didn't find but one mudhole, and that and "God's poor"will not he neglected. was about 10 inches long." There are Those who can pay and wont, those sundry other references to the subject, who are slow but will try to pay, and the best of all coming from the May- those who are good and prompt will flower correspondent of the Arkansas hereafter be known of all the profession enterprising new- - and rated accordingly. Farmer. That We are print gatherer perpetrates Hie following: ing a schedule of fees for the Garrard "J. C. Duke went to Little Rock County Medical Society and when finMonday. He said when he reached ished a copy will be posted In a Marche he saw a chicken peddler whipplace in every doctors office in ping the ground with his blacksntke the county and In this way you may whip. Duke asked 'what are you know just what you will have to pay whipping the ground for?' The ped- for services In the future. dler replied, 'watch close,' and Duke said he did and in a ihort time he "ZUDORA" tke Gkl of yttery saw a wagon and team come out of at the OPERA HOUSE, Friday Nifh. mud." 3i n Fire Water SflOKE AND r"ic THE SHERIFF, could not fix better prices than we are giving the people throughout this entire sec tion of this county. Visit the Big Store aud see the new Spring Goods. Just arrived and the bargains offered G. I M. LYONS LANCASTER. - KENTUCKY. ' " " " 1Z ZUDORA IN THE TWENTY MILLION DOLLAR MYSTERY d. If you see one Epi mm BimM mS will all. want to see them sode, you Interest increasing with every Episode Opera House FRIDAY NIGHT. ALSO THREE OTHER GOOD FILMS. Advance Of Hasty Elopement.0 "Pawn Ticket 913" Drama The Unwritten Play ADMISSION Drama 5 AND 10 CENTS. V Page 2 The Central Kecord, Thursday Feb 4, 915. 1 Some Tobacco Warehouses pick out a few of the best crops that they have sold in the past few years and quote them but that method do.es not give you a line on the present market. We quote, every week, crops which have been sold within a few days, and only mention tobacco of average quality the kind you probably have. er than our weekly figures, but don't quote them as such crops are scarce this year. Some sales made during the week of January 25th to 301 h. Reagan & Ross, 5470 pounds - S. A. Best, 2450 pounds Wylie Sebastian 2835 pounds Thos Witt, 2440 pounds J. W. Parrlsh, 2,570 pounds We have crops that average highaverage $11.60 THE BIG 15.30 HOUSE. & $556.93 374.94 346.30 264.54 313.49 average average $10.18 average 12.22 average 10.85 average 12.19 Coy King, 2260 pounds & & - - Hendrcn Church Shearer 3715 pounds Long ft Ross 2630 pounds Riff ert, 5010 pounds Waller Bennett, 6495 pounds $263.26 496.03 303.17 568.69 756.14 average 13.35 average 11.53 average 11.35 average 11.64 We are doing this for your friends every week. L.et us do it for you this week. REHOUSE RICHMOND, INCORPORATED. COMPANY KENTUCKY. looked prettier than on her wedding eve. After the cereun" v the happy NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. couple drove to the home of Mr. and This Information May Be of Value To Mr. Fred Bell left Sunday forCorbin. AND FLUFFY. Andy Conn is very low at this SOFT Mrs. Mrs. William Nov lor, near Stanford, The Fiscal Court of Garrard County, Mr. Alfred Owen has been ill of writing. where they found n nice wedding sup- ' Kentucky, will meet at (he Court house Manj a Mother in Lancaster. The Sure Beautiful hair does not just happen deep cold. per awaiting them. We join flieir 'in Lancaster, Ky, at 10 o'clock A. M., Miss Orpha Jennings is very ill at Growing Kind but is always a matter of care and Mr. Jones I Anderson, is able to lie litis t of friends in wishing them it long on the llllli day of February 1'JIii. for When there is added to the many proper nourishment of the hair roots. this writing. the purpose of receiving sealed pro-- 1 out again. nnd happy life together and may they posuls for the repairing and nmodeling care9 inseparable from the rearing ot No matter if your hair is falling out, Mr. I). I., (labhnrd had n fine mare to Buy them from your local seed dra'er. supply you. write tii direct. Mr. W. C. Illnnkenship and children never know sorrow. children that alltictioti of weakness of string, lifeless, and full of dandruff, die last week. If h. can't 'of the present court house in accordance LOUISVILLE SEED CO. wan tne plans ami siecilicaiion now the kidneys and nuxiiary organs, the Parisian Sage, an inexpensive tonic sold visited homefolks. Loulsvllla, Ky. Main 2nd and Mr. Homer Harold and family have on tile In the County Judge's olhce. mother's lot is far from a happy one. by K K. McKoberts, is all that is ever Master William Naylor's broken arm Recognized Advantages. Knrh bid must be aecoinpaniiHl by a moved to Ohio. This condition has often been corrected needed. is mending nicely. certified rhwk or bidders bond for the It nourishes the hair roots and You will find that Chamberlain's sum of ftHAMitl as u guarantee that the by the use or Doan's Kidney Tills. stimulates the growth of new hair. All Miss Myrtle Hedwinc has entered Miss (Jrnce I.unsford visited hei adperson to whom the contract may be Cough Uemedv has recognized When relief comes the mother's burden dandruir is entirely removed with one school nt Ilerea. aunt Mrs. George Colson. vantage over most melieins In use awarded will erectile a Surety Com- will be lighter and her home happier. application, and itching scalp and falling Mr. C. S. Koop was in town on busiboml or Hie required amount, Air. F. I.. Thompson has been very for cough and colds. It ilotr not su-- I panv Mrs. II. (J. Crutchfield, Stanford St., hair cease; your hair will he bright, i and any failure thereof, the certified ness last Saturday. ill but is able to be out again. press a cough but loosen and relieves check or bond will lie forfeited as Lancaster, Ky., says: "My boy was vigorous soft and fluffy. A young child of Mr. ami Mrs. It. It aids etjiectorntiiMi and opens the liquidated damage to the county, for Mr. A. K. darter sold a nice milk greatly troubled by his back and kidneys. Whether your hair is oily, dry or ami re-lthe James Pointer has been very sick. He did not have proper control over the brittle. Parisian Suge immediately re cow to Mr. May Ponder last week. secreations. which enables the system j having to contract. The certified check shall be kidney secretions, which caused no end moves the cause nnd by toning up the Mrs W. II. Cummins is improving to throw off a cold. I. counteracts any made to Judge C. A. Arnuld, ami the Mr. and Mrs. James Clark are re' I. .. vl. ,1,1 In ...'... ut of nnnoyance. The child also looked scalp quickly restores the hair to it's joicing over the arrival of a fin-- girl. and friends hojxs for a speedy recovery. tendency of u cold to result in pneu ' AIIjKN "37" $805 badly and I was considerably worried orignal brilliancy and vigor. Traveling (lags andTiunks all Grades monia. It contains no opium or other and all bids. e HOLER. In taeh WE VXT a desiring to hid on this wink, Kev. Bryant filled his regular apPersons narcotic, nnd may be given to u child I heard of Doan's adjactnt tmttory In W. about his health. town In Southern Ohl This delightful tonic is a real necesJ. F, Holtzclaw & Son. can secure plans by applylngto Andrew ami tntir. State ol Kidney Virginia, Southern lnilla.-as confidently as to an adult. For snip J. Bryan, lei lEenlly Building. Ijui Pills and began giving them to sity and will not fail to give a lasting pointment at the Baptist church Sunday Kenturkv to tale on our Hp ot LEWIS, ALLEN Mr. George Todd of Iiockcastle, was Our tar. M.LI, irood, and MLTZ automobiles. him. He is now a great deal betler." benefit to your hair and scalp. Mr. William McQuerry of Harrison visiting Mr. and Mrs. Mason Holtz- by all dealers. ville, Ky., and shall deosit with him aitistjr the owners, ami jou make MOM:Y, from Jli'.oO as a guarantee that the plana Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't Ohio, is visiting his uncle, Felix Pen- claw. up: alo one at I33. This la a Food chanca will be returned to him in good order for an established Auto IValer to take on a simply asK for a kidnev remedy get nington here. line ol popular cart, or lor a live on the dav the contract is let, nt which Mr. M. O. Kennedy and Fred Sutton, IiUKNA VISTA HAMMACK Pills the same that lir9TLI.lt ulth a little money and talking to en Doan's Kidney time the $25.00 will ! returned to its r buaines. Write All kinds of bedsprings and mat- of Bryantsville, were at Mrs. G. C. Into a first claa Mrs. Crutchfield recommends. Foster, author. miltk !i.r particular, to the Factory Ileprntnta tresses. Right prices at J. F Holtz Kennedy's. 2J-E. Milburn Co.. Props., Buffalo, N. Y. COMPANY, MOTORS ON Mrs. Mary Hammack is sick with C A. Arnold, Presiding Judge Mr. John Naylor was in .Moth St., tioilnnatl, Ohio. claw and Son. Mr. John T. Itigsby bought a six several days last week. Garrard County Fiscal Court. grip. Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Koop and daugh- year old gray horse from Mr. F. I.. Miss Sally Graves visited the Misses Spring stock of wall pajier now' In J. W. Hamilton, Clerk. FONSO. ter Cora, were guests os Mr. and Mrs. Thompson 'for $153. Dillon last week. J. F. Holtzelaw & Son" Services at the Baptist church next Thomas Manuel's little child died last J. D. Carter Sunday. You get any size glass at J. F. Holtz- Mr. J. W. Scott Sr. who has been ill Sunweek of pneumonia. Messrs John and Arch Ilalangers' Saturday night and Sunday and claw and Son. day night, business meeting on Satur- for several weeks Is somewhat fnipluv Preston Hoskins moved in the Sam children have about recovered from a Mr. Mack Henderson was a business ed. day. GARRARD COUNTY s evere case of diptheria. Fields house last week. visitor in town Saturday. Ilaymond I'uble anil Wilbur Scott Baptist church has been curThe Hammack was visitingjfriends Hubert Miss Lucretia Spurlock was an attained oir into six nice class rooms by left last week for n stay of several tractive visitor of Mr. and Mrs. I!. W. at Hamillon Valley last week. BONDS FOR SALE. the Sunday school and it fills a long months in Florida. , Palmer last week. Luther McQuerry's two little boys SIMPLY BREATHE IT felt want. .Mr. Herman Harnett was in Burgin a Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Henderson's are'right sick with typhoid fever. Mesdamrs It. F. Jordon .and Geo. few days this week with his father On Tuesday the Uth day of February home has been brightened by the ar- - J Mrs. Ilothwell is able now to sit up That's the Way You Use Hyomei, the 1'JIA. at :t o'clock p. tn. or thereabout, Anderson, of Pineville and Corliin, re- Mr. George Harnett. rival of a line "Cecil after a long illness of typhoid fever. of the Court house door in spectively, were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. II. Ruble will leave in front William." Lancaster. Garrard county, Kentucky, Druggets, rugs, mattings, and car Safe Catarrh Remedy. Walter Jordan. this week to spend the remainder, of llni undersigned commissioner will sell Mr. and Mrs. J, C. Warmoth and pets. J. V. Holtzclaw & son. r. I jes at itublic outerv, to the highest and Our boys and young men are getting the winter in St. Petersburg, l'ln. family, former residents of Stanford, best bidder, the IhiikIs of said county and Itena Misses Nellie Beazley The most pleasant, easiest, harmless. to be some traders, Woodson ""arienter Mr. B. M. Walton lias returned from to tne amount of fifteen thousand dolhave moved to their new home near Pointer visited the Misses Dillon Sunday and the really sensible metnod for the and "Sweetcakos" Koberts traded Louisville, where he haa been for lars lll5.0tKl.lXI) for the iiurMe of rethis place, where they will reside. Mr. nnd Mrs. John Hawleyot Indiana cure of catarrh is Hvomei, which can modeling and repairing the Court house in minutes. treatment at the Jewish Hospital, The beautiful snow-covere- d "Terra had the misfortune to lose their little bo had from any drug store. Just put pants three Said bonds of Garrard County. Ky. Stanford, is moving to Mr. Baker, of Mr. John Scott of this place and will be issued In three series towit:- Firma" has been enjoyed immensely baby. It was brought here for burial. twenty drops of the liquid in the small j the property he recently purchased Miss I.ula Noel of Burgiii, were marthe past week by the "merry-makers- " Series A. of JMsKl.tsi and consisting Mrs. It. F. Parsons visited her daug-te- r, inhaler that comes with every complete of this place, with sleighs and sleds, as from Mr. John lu Kennedy for Jilxl. ried nt the bride's home hut Wednes- of five bonds of gllKXMKI each, due ami Mrs. Thomas Hurt, who is being outfit - then breathe it. A few minutes' payable Hm j ears from the dato of Mr. Baker will conduct a store. day afternoon. After n several days their foremost assistants in their mercongratulated on the arrival of u little use almost instantly clears the head and their issue AND ALL THE FAMILY riment. Louisville, they have returned Mr. Mead Gill, aged 1U. and Miss stay in stops that annoying sniffling. Series II, of $Ti(sh).wi nnd consisting girl, at Kirksville. Two and a half million readers find it of to the grooms home here. Mr. Scott of five IioimU of ilWM).(K) each, due and 1, drove to StanWhen using Hyomei every particle of Zulu Naylor nged absorbing interest Everything in it is We heard from W. S. Fields last Colds And Croup In Children. is one of our most popular young men payable. ten jcarn from the date of Wednesday and were united Written So You Can Understand It week. He is not suffering with fever air that enters the breathing organs is ford, Inst and his friends are glad to welcome his their issue. Many people rely upon Chamberlain's as was first thot, but has u weak heart charged with an antiseptic, healingbal-8a- in marriage by Itcv. M, I). I'arly at We sell 400,000 copies every tronth without Series C, of foMsl.00 ami consisting giving premium ard ha e no soiu.iii'rs. Any Cough remedy implicity in cases of and weak lungs, and is improving. destroys the catarrh germs the Baptist parsonage. Mr. Gill is the attractive bride. that of five lionds of iflUii.OO each, due ami newsdealer will thew you a copy: or write the puoujnur lor tree sam; :a a patai win go. son of Mr. and Mrs. S. N. Gill Mr. William Jennings and Miss Jen- payable fifteen jears from the dato of colds and croup, and it never disapstops the unclean discharges from the eldest nose, relieves the irritation and quickly and is an energetic and industrious nie Ison surprised their friends by their issue. 15c A COPY points them. Mrs. E. II. Thomas, SI. SO A YEAR How To Prevent Billions Attacks. Said bonds will be issued and bear I.ogansport. Ind., writes: "I havu heals the sore and inflamed tissues. The young man and is it gentleman in every getting married in Lexington, WednesPopular Mechanics Magazine trom "Coming events cast their shadows first day's use of Hyomei will show a respect. The bride is a daughter of day, Jan, 0. Miss Ison bail been in interest I! per the first day of March found Chamberlain's Cough Itemedy to r 6 No. Michigan Ave., CHICACO l'.lir, at cent per annum, inlet est be the best fnedicine for eclds and before." This is especially true of decided improvement no matter how Mr. and Mrs. John Naylor, of this Hazard, Ky., visiting her sister and payable annually. Saitl bonds will not place, and is as pretty as the uj wpu-la- r. on her return was met in Lexinglo.-- . lie sold for less than their face value. croup I have ever used, and rover tire billious attacks. Your appetite will distressing the trouble. Besides being very winsome and by Mr. Jennings wheru they were The commissioner reserves the right to of recommending it to my neighbors fail, you will feel dull and languid. If Catarrh, which nsually begins with a - "Wt and friends. I have always given it to you are subject to billious attacks take neglected cold, often becomes n very a lady whom everyone likes, she is a quietly marriul. They left at once for reject any and all bids. The purchaser will be required to deposit JIMKI.IKJ in my children when suffering from croup. three of Chamberlain's Tablets as soon serious ailment, so don't wait but start nice housekeeper and will make an an extended visit to relatives in Cin- rash or certified check on date of sale, companion for the man of cinnati, Dayton ami other Ohio Cities and it has never failed to give them as these symptoms appear and the at- using Hyomsi today it is inexienaive excellent W. F. CHAMP. Commissioner. For Bale by all dealers tack rsay be warded olf. For sale by and It. K. McKoberts always sells it on her choice .The bride was most be- Their many friends join in wishing , prompt relief." comingly dressed in blue nnd never this Hipular couple all good foitune. plan. all dealers. the rBuy Gold Med&h SEEPS FAMILY CARES HEALTHY HAIR CARTERS VILLE. I'KKACHKKSVILLK neia Dealers Wanted MECHANICS For Father and Son MAGAZINE mmmm SEASON 1915. 'Registered Hereford Bull Service $2.00 Cash. Two miles from Lancaster on the( Richmond nike. TO ' R. E. HENRY. r ijancaster Tobacco Warehouse STANFORD fire You a Woman ? I STREET. i FN Cardui The Woman's Tonic SALE AT ALL C. A. Speith Co., Managers No Commission Charged. WeJPay Highest Market Prices. WM Unload The Same Day. The Central Record, Thursday Feb 4, 91 5 1 STANFORD Send Your Tobacco to The FARMERS HOME TOBACCO WAREH'SE INCORI'ORATKI) "INDEPENDENT" Owned and Controlled By FARMERS. Courteous Treatment, SQUARE DEAL, and Prompt Returns. High and dry box stalls for your teams. Look for the big hand at Virginia ave., as you come in. Your business will be appreciated. Farmers Home Tobacco France Im liecn railed llic nation I lie Trench wiinom Mimuni irotmicv have for i?cncr.ition uril .i timnlo mi. lure of vegetable oils that relieve Mom- am ami tmcinii.ii ailments and keep the Ixmcl free from foul, oionnm matter The stomach is left to perforin in iiincunns normally Indigestion and gatlritis vatiith. Mr. (Jco. II Mayr, a leading dniggiit of Chicago, ctircl lnnnclf with this remedy m a hort time. The demand con is so great that he imports these oils airs. Joseph Coney has been fined to her room for several days from I'ranccand compounds llicm under me name oi s Wonilcriul Kern-cdaccount of illness. People ever where write ami tesMiss Virginia Ilourno, of Lancaster, tify to the man clous relief they have has been the recent guest of her sister. rereUed ti.ing this remedy one doe will rid the body of poiionoits accretions .Mrs. W. K. Warner. that have accumulated for ear ami Mrs. F.mma Vaughn, of West Vlr convince the most chronic sufferer from ginia, is the guest of her brother. stomach, liver .or intestinal troubles. Mavr s onderfid Rrnwlv ti nt,l rxiitor K. C. Walton. leading drtigiriits everywhere with the positive understanding that your money airs, nui nays was the guest o will be Mrs. James A. Ileazley at Lancaster, nuiMiIc refunded without niiesllon nr if ON'Ii bottle fails to cive vntt last week for a short time. absolute satisfaction. Mrs. J. Fox Dudderar returned home Wednesday after n visit to relatives and friends In Franklin, Indiana. Mrs. Walter Smith Is able to out after nn Illness o' several days. Miss hliZHbeth Hunn was tho guest last week of Miss Isabel Reynolds McKlnney. Miss Christine Merritt spent the week end In Danville with relatives and friends. airs. J. I . I.arue, or Louisville, was the guest of her sister, Mrs. George F, Dcilorde Monday. (. French Remedy Aids Stomach Sufferers m GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. James Temple's Administrator, PlatntilT, vs Notice Alice Temple, ct al. Defendants. Notice is hereby given that the undersigned Commissioner will sit In his office in Lancaster, Ky., beginning February 15, 1916. and continuing from day to day until February 20, 1915, to hear proof upon and receive claims against the state of James Temple deceased. All persons having claims will present the same properly proven nt the time and place mentioned above. Witness mv hand, this January 27. 1915. 2 RARD vs Caleb'.-?- , Page 3 CIRCUIT Notice COURT. Plaintiff, George W. Calebbs' Administrator. Dora ot al, Defendants, Notice Is hereby riven that the un dersigned Commissioner will sit In his ollice In Lancaster, Ky., beginning February 15. 1915. and continuing from day to day until February 3 1. 1916. to hear proof upon and receive claims against the estate of George W. Calebbs deceased. All persons having claims will present the same properly proven at the time and nlace mention ed above. Witness my hand, this January 27. 1915. ,iar W. II. llrown, Mater Court. Commisssioner GarrardCircuit W. II. Urown, Master Commissioner Garrard Circuit Court. iiaucr, of State Univers tv. at Lexington, was the guest of Miss Verna Rout Saturday and Sunday. COMBINATION SALE 13th, 1915 W. 0. RIGNEY Funeral Lancaster, We will at the Stock Pens in I.an caster, hv, , on Warehouse Co. Warehouse on Virginia Avenue, between Broadway and Limestone, Mr. and Mrs. James F. Uradv. of Feb. Carlisle, were the guest this week of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Hrady, conduct a combination sale of Horses. Mules, Ponies, Cattle, Sheep. Hogs, Mrs. A. J. hary has returned to her Farming Implements.in fact everything home at Winchester after attending a farmer wants to sell and a buyer tne burial of Mrs. Molly Nunnelley last that wants to buy. Have your stock listed weeK. now for this sale, which will positively Mrs. W. A. Carson, who has been ake place on above date, rain or shine, sick for several weeks, remains about lenty of feed, shelter and water. This the same her many friends regret Very will be the biggest combination sale mum to know. ver pulled off in the county and one will bring together all who desire Albert and Harry Scott were called that to Lexington, Saturday by the death of to sell or buy. For further information cutl on or address. their cousin, Shannon Cunningham, who died very suddenly. A. N. Ross, Lancaster. Ky. Mrs. Kittie Hopper attended the hone 60. Hooks now open for Entries. Terry-Hoppe- r wedding' at Louisville, T.. I... aL me weuuing was a very Saturday, Director and Embalmer. Kentucky. Ollice Phone 18. Residence Phone 33. PAYUSTHATDOLLAR ff&RSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSR ?sei 73 J. Jones, J. LEXINGTON, KY. Highest Prices nuair In every way. ur. j. u. Carpenter was called to Lancaster this week to see Cecil, the handsome little daughter, of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Iiatson, who was quite ill. Monday is court day here and a large crowd is expected by the stock dealers who are expecting much stock on the markets. Circuit court will begin here the third Monday. Joe Haselden, who has been in Lancaster for some time took the train here Monday for Deland, Florida, where he will be engaged in the real estate business. from State University at Lexington Friday and spent several days here with many friends and relatives. William is mak ing a fin6 record this year. II. E. Newby of the Kentucky Rural Credit Association, which has been recently organized with Governor Mc- Creary as president to extend loans on farm lands was in Stantnrd Thursday and met a number of the leading farmers of Lincoln county who are very anxious to go into the organization. He was very much pleased with his short trip to Stanford. The great revival that is going on at the Presbyterian church is being largely attended and all congregations are taking part in this meeting. Last week a canvass of Stanford was made for the purpose of leaving the invitation in every home and place of business, inviting all to attend the revival, Rev. J. A. Trnstle pvnnlil of Transylvania Presbytery is conduct-- ! ing these services. The death of Miss Florence Carter which cccured here Monday night at nine o'clock cast a gloom over this city. Although she hud been in poor health for some time her death was a severe blow. The deceased was the only daughter of Mr. and Mr?. James M. Carter of this city and a very devoted member of the Christian Jchurch, In which she taught a class in Sunday school as long as she was able to attend. Florence had u host of friends, being a favorite among the younger set and they are heart broken over their loss of this lovable companion, whose place can never lie filled. Besides her parents she leaves one brother who will miss the sweet love of this sister, whose love was so true. home William Grimes came '""") ueauuiui The undersigned hereby irve warn ing to all persons not to trespass upon our lands for any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all offenders to ful est extent of t law. Hunters and. Fishermen especially take notice. Ed & N U Price K. L. Elkin W. R. Cook. Mrs. Rebecca J. West. II. C. Arnold. James G. Conn. We will add other names for 25 cents POSTED FAST WINTER SERVICE TO to to 73 73 73 73 to to Ci FLORIDA Via to to to 73 73 w i73 Ci 73 73 73 TI to to 73 in SOUTHERN RAILWAY Premier Carrier of thesSouth "ST. LOUIS SPECIAL" equipped train; through Drawing-rooPullman Sleeping Cars to Asheville and Jacksonville. High-class.ste- el m to 73 73 cash. to to to to P3 RAT CORN PAID AT 73, to tol to 73 73 STEEL COACHES-NE- W to Aiken DINING CAR SERVICE All Electric Lighted Ml Other Famous Southern Resorts Augusta Charleston Columbia KATSajidMiCB 73 w 73 73 New l i Lexington is the place to sell your tobacco, where you get strong competition, and if you want the best prices for your Tobacco, sell at the to 73 Savannah Summerville to It Mummifies Them. Harmless to human beings or live tock. Rid your place of these pest without smell or danger. Order a can today. Prices 60c and $1.00 can, G pound pail $5.00. Postage paid. Rat Corn is guaranteed to do all we say to to 73 73 li 73l Very Low Homeseekers' Fares Winter Tourist Excursion Fares Stopover and other special features. tol in For information as to schedules, fares and through sleeping to car service communicate with your local agent, or D. II. TODD. District Shelburne to Passenger Agent Starks Bulldlnrf, Louisville. Ky. 9 73 W.B.NELSON, Leiington, Ky. RSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSR JLjh-St- M VtKe&ietiyon ofcJl hranches New SHELBURNE Warehouse where you get the best light to show it, and where the parties running the sales are interested In getting you the highest prices. On their last sale at their No 1 warehouse the highest price was $37.00, and the highest average for a crop of 2,170 pounds was $22.28. This crop came in a carload from Owen County and sold as follows: Two liuiulri'il unit ten pounds, 155 pounds, KciS fpictftersi fivte I Urad4 W oefercisetfieriffitmm oflx&. H" free dLjonXf experienced vMw&tfLiJfsl WHY SUFFER ANY STOMACH DISTRESS Effective $37, '00 60; 280 pounds' $14.75; 300 pounds !I8II 1G5 $14.-7- $X; 14(1 pound. pounds. $2S; 315 $22; -- pounds, $15; 205 pounds, $13.75; pounds, When Mi-o- Is a Quick and gffi.fi1rtjBrrflBfra xunds, pounds. $18.75; poumla, $17; pounds, $13.60. 185 L'U5 pounds, $13; 205 pounds, 11.25; 270 $3.40; 220 Remedy. pounds, $18.50; ounds. $11).25; ll0 17(1 ounds. $10.25: 80 ONLY A DAY & NIGHT TO NEW ORLEANS WHAT IT WILL COST TO SEE IfU pounds, $10,75; 70 pounds, $13.'J5; Woodford 185 Average, $22.28. & Ike I'arrisli Mason, 2C0 pounds, $10.60; 200 pounds, $19; 370 Kunds. $17.75; 345 pounds, $17.70; 2(H) IHiunds, $17.76. 210 pounds pounds, $1C.. pounds. $19.60; 170 pounds, $18.75; 285 pounds, $17;240 pounds, $17; 335 pounds, $17.25; 170 pounds, $10; 125 "pounds, $14.75; 280 pounds, $14.75; 200 pounds, $13.25; 295 pounds. $15.75; 355 pounds, $9.75; 225 povnds, $11; 375 pounds, $S.-7- 5; 0,275 pounds Bold for $949.09, an average of $15.16. If your stomach Is continually kicking up a disturbance, causing distress after eating, heartburn, coated tongue, gas, sour taste of food, and you feel blue, irritable and nervous, you are suffering from indigestion and. dyspepsia. It's needless fur you to suffer, and now is the time to quickly atop the distress and regulate your upset stomach. Simply get from R. E. McRoberts. tablets or any drug store, some a simple prescription that does morn than give quick and lasting relief. soothes the Irritated linings of the stomach and stimulates the How of the digestive juices so that what you eat is quickly converted into healthful nourishment, then you are well snd strong, and no longer worry about H. tritles or have restless nights. Do not allow Indigestion to wreck your health and happiness but get some tablets at ones they srechetp nd harmless. Ml-o-a MAFJMRAS New Orleans $21.15. ARRIVAL OF REX FEBRUARY IS continues to sell at good prices, but .the common dark stuff seems to be getting lower. Good tobacco Mobile $17.75. Round Trip from Lancaster Tickets On Sale Daily FEB Pensacola $19.05. PARADE OF REX FEBRUARY 10 Silas Lexington, Shelburne. Kentucky. Sleeping Car Fare $4.00 to $4.50 Each Way. To Approximate Total Cost For Round Trip Estimate for rive days board and lodging at $1.00 per day in the best private homes, or U.W per day at good hotels, to which aud tne above rauroau anu puuman tares. i Apply to L. & N. Agent for Printed List of Rooming Houses and Hotels. ' Page 4 TheCentral Record incorporated. Issued Weekly. $1.00 The Central Record, Thursday a year. commanding of Shtlton influence Satitlcy of the Interior Journal against him, unless tho democrats of that cotintv ran be convinced that they do , n lll.,-ta' nnt 11n i rniunrrnl criticises Stonlcy because he was not in Frankfort fourteen years ago wire pullingSjtid lobbying with the legislature lor thofchinn Schoj! Rook Hill. To be sure Stanley is not n lobbyist and if the democrats want a lobbyist as their nominee they should take that editors advice, reject Stanley and select one of Saulleys ideal for the nomination. The wily editor does not suggest and truthfully charge that could not Stanley wns against the Chinn bill fourteen years ago but he was not In Frankfort lobbying is the sin. This is but n fair sample of Saulleys misrepresentation of Stanley. Who will h Influence with such nltacks? Saulley does not favor Stanley for Governor. It has been truly said that your worst enemies nre not among thoe you hnve wronged but with those who have wronged you. FOR RENT. Feb-4- , 1915. PHILANTHROPIST IS J. R.L C ROBINSON. Editor. For balance of year will rent my residence and stock pens on Stanford St. Will rent separately or together. J N. Ross, Lancaster Ky. CREDIT MAN IN TOWN. IN LEXINGTON1 His Theories On llumun Ills and Their KLKIN, Locnl Editor nnd Mgr. ond (' Mall Matter Correction Win Him Fame. ncsniyr v. i u.r v:ri:AR. ATTORNEY AT LAW. KY. IIANVII.t.K, entered nt in. Pel ORIrr In Untmlrr, Kj. Member Kentucky Press Association Eighth District Publishers League. Lancaster, Kjr., February 4, 1915. Rotes For Political Announcements For Precinct and Citv Utiles . . ,$ B.00 10.00 County Offices State and District Offices.... 1C.00 10 Calls, per line 10 Cards, per line For all publications In the inter est of individuals or expression of individual views, per 10 line 05 Obituaries, per line l"or For For For Lexington, February 3, who represents the L. T. Cooper, the millionaire phiKentucky Rural Credit Association wishes us to state that he will he In lanthropist, who has been so widely n, I.ancnslor next Tuesday. February 9th. discussed thruout the East, Is In a guest of the Phoenix Hotel. and will be glad to meet those who are Mr. Cooiht came to Kentucky from This interested In this Association. will probably be the last chance you New York, where he spent tie past will have to meet Mr. Newby, so come nine months meeting the public and to town next Tuesday and you will pos- explaining his views on health and sibly be interested In what ho has to hygiene. Mr. Cooper is n man of rare say about loaning you money at 5 per talents, magncticftrce and charm of manner. lie never ceases to surprise cent on very long terms. you with the infinite variety of his knowledge nnd its absolute correct.Mr II. E. Ncw.iy, ('omiMnneiiilir AllorH? ThlttrrsHh JNUI fihtrt ' Jiinnhry, 11th. 101.rK . MARET. ness and thoroughness. Mr. Cooper claims chietly that most of the HI health of today is due Blinost entirely to those habits which best distinguish the white man from the jungle. He says that nine times out uf ten it is the result, more or less, of a weakened, stomach, and that nine times out of ten these disorders ure due to too much eating and drinking or our careless method of living. Died, on January 19th, of pneumonia, at Webb Citv, Missouri, in her 79th year, Mrs. Mary Miller Maret. Mrs. Maret was tho widowof Addison Maret, who with his family muved from Gar. President Wilson nnU his policies tard County to Missouri, about thirty-fiv- e have had the endorsement nrtl approval years ago. Announcements. of the democrats of Kentucky. While iJShe was born and brought up in Crab We are nuthorired to announce Judge Four daughters nnd two the Ship Purchase Hill has not been Orchard. Charles A. Hardin, of Harrodsburg, n thoroughly understood by the party sons survive her. candidate for the Democratic nominagenerally the fact that it has, the cn tion for Circuit Judge of this, the thirAugust dorsement of the President and Sena SEEMS TO HAVE BEEN teenth judicial district, at the tor James and is n democratic measure To the Democrats of the Thirteenth Circuit Court District. . Gentlemen:- Two years ngo you elected me to the otlice of Commonwealth's) fill this District to I Attorney of the pnrt of the unexpired term of Judge llnrdin, he liming he cn elected to the ollicc of Circuit Judge. primary 1015. satisfies the members of the party. The fact that Senator Camden breaks with the Administration at so critical a time nnd joins with the republicans to defeat the Administration plan shatters his popularity with his party in Kentucky and is the occasion for some criticism by the democrats at home. We tire disappointed nt his uction upon the first occasion when democrats were expecting from him loyal support. We are authorized to announce C. C. Fox, of Danville, Kentucky, as a candidate at the primary election in August, 1015, for nomination by the Democratic party ns Judge of this, the BORN THAT WAY. The Cynthiana Democrat says that Governor McCreary has taken his usual and unmistakable stand on the question cf the time for a Democratic platform convention by declaring that it ought to be held eitherbeforcorafter Thirteenth Judical District, of Kentucky, to be voted for at the November election, 1915. We are authorized to announce Emmet Puryear of Danville, Ky., a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Commonwealth's Attorney of this, the thirteenth judicial district, at the August primary 1915. We are authorized to announce Hodman W. Keenon. of Harrodsburg, Ky., u candidate for the Democratic nomination for Commonwealth's Attorney of this, the thirteenth judicial district, at the August Primary hi 1915. We are authorized to announce G. T. Ballard Jr. as a candidate' for the democratic nomination for sheriff of Garrard County to fill out the unexpired term of the "late C. A. Robinson subject to the action of the Democratic party in August primary 1915. We arc authorized to announce John Sam Owsley, of Stanford Ky, a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Commonwealth's Attorney, of this, the thirteeth judicial district, at the ust primary 1915. Aug- We are authorized to announce II. Clay Kauifman a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Representa- tive the August primary 1915. Why all this effort getting an education? Why all this spending of money, erection of buildings, employment of teachers? What is to be gained? Is it to make a scientist who can go forth into the world and by his knowledge be able to control the elements and bring them subservient to man? No not this. Js it to produce men and women who can go forth into the field of Art, nnd be able to chisel from marble or draw on canvas, pictures as grand as those of Michael Angelo, or a Raphael? No not this. Is it to send forth men and women equipped with everything that goes to make them intelligent, who are able to answer every question as to the construction of our universe, and its .age? No, not this is the end of true education. The object of the education of our country, the object of the common schools of our land is to produce men and women endowed with every element that will assist to make themselves and the world better. Endowed with every thought that will assist man kind in more thoroughly and systematically working out the end for which they were created. You remember the saying of Ralph Waldo Emerson, that the prime object of education is to produce men and women. That docs not mean walking machines; that does nut mean intellectual machines; but that means men and women who have hearts, as well as minds; who look beyond the material things uf this world, und look to hi'! inanity und to God for the elevation and betterment of mankind. The common schools of our country are its foundation stones; boys und girls today are uttending the schools of our Holds Meeting In Danville. land who never will, or can, enter any higher course. According to the lust The Federated Womens Clubs of this census there were over fourteen million district met in Danville last Thursday. boys and girls attending the public Lancaster had the honor of having one schools of our land, und not two per of their members, Mrs. George Robincent of that number graduated later son, made chairman of this district. from our universities und colleges. while Mrs. Clay Sutton was made corThen how necessury is it that the responding secretary. Altho the day common school system of our country was one of the worst we have had this sliouiu be muilo better. How necessary winter, many visitors resis it that every person connected with ponded in to the Civic League, the maintenance or support of our pub of Danville, and were their guests ut a lic schools should be u man or womun delightful lunch at the Blue Bird Tea thoroughly equipped for the service, room. The meeting was held in the and should give to it their best thought. Community room of the Womuns ColThe world today is seeking men und lege, this beautiful room proved un women who are honest and upright. It ideal pluco as there was abundance of will not make them honest to be educa- room and all that could have been askted. It will not make them upright to ed for in the way of pleasant surroundbe Intellectuul. The training they re- ings. Representatives were there from ceive must come from persons them- Harrodsburg, Perryville, Purksville, selves who know what honesty and up. Somerset, Mt. Vernon. Lancaster was rightness means, and who will, by pre- represented by Mesdumes McRoberts, cept, as well us example, instill this Cook, Sutton, Robinson, Elkln und Miss Idea thoroughly Into the minds und Helen Gill. This club hat been Invited to meet in Lancaster next year hearts of their pupils. and we hope the interest and enthusiasm Of course Congressman A. O. Stanley created at this meeting will Insure a can not hope to get any votes in greater interest and attendance fur Lincoln County with the powerful and next year. the primary. This reminds us of the little boy's explanation of how Eve was created. He said the Lord made Adam out of mud and laid him in the sun and when he was baked done he SCHOOL BOY PRANKS. took out his backbone and made a The committee that arranged for the woman. This may account for so many rectnt Harvard alumni banquet to the spineless men. they cunt help it. tiie football team coaxed a Chinese laun Lord made them that way. dryman to don formal dress and pose as a professor of the Imperial univer sity of China. Signals were arranged PROUD OF OUR for indicating to the "professor" the BOYS AND GIRLS. times when he was to stop. His "remarks" concerning his impressions of Our Graded School has the largest Harvard and Yale football were "interpreted" by the Harvard humorist. senior class this year since it was The "professor" proved the hit of the founded. We are so proud of it that banquet as scarcely any of the Har- we are printing the names of the twenty-tboys and girls who compose it. vard men were aware of the trick that wo During the years that drive passed was being played. scores of diplomas have been handed out as class after class of our young BELGIUM AT 'FRISCO. people have stepped out ot school into tho news that Belgium, in spite life's school. Would that we could, in rt of everything, is going to exhibit at this issue of paper place before its the Panama exposition, the American readers the familiar face of each and public joins in a unanimous "Hooray every one, but since that is an impossibility we will say when you meet with for Belgium." Of all the evidence of nerve that the a graduate of our school you meet with "As we one who is un honor to society. plucky little nation has given, might call this the nerviest. A people the twig is bent so the tree is inclinwithnot a country, unless a narrow ed", and habits were formed under the strip of devastated mud tlats can be moulding power of i moral atmosphere called a country; a nation whose which has always seemed to permeate nationality is denied, a race with the the schools of our little city which stays by one thru life. Our school is indeed populaconqueror's heel on ItJ neck, tion subsisting from dav to day on the the golden link that binds youth to age, charity of strangers,. the Belgians still and however time may huve furrowed bob up lmperturbably and send to San the cheek or silvered the hair there are Francisco exhibits to represent the many who will recall, with a softened Belgium that was and maybe shall be. heart, the. happy school days passed in Whaiever those exhibits are, it's dear old Lancaster and wish these boys safe to say that they'll attract as and girls God speed, when they read much attention aj anything else in the the:r names. Misses Lida Rainey, Mae Norn Ilrowu, Powell. Lena Schooler, whole show. Viola Tribble, Martha Tinder, Viola Beagle, Janie Terrill, Jennie Cox, THINK THIS OVER. Iona Melissa Sutton, Ora Prather, Dunn, and Messrs Sterling Herron, When a newspaper gives you a lot of Wood WilmoU, James Wood, Joe free advertising in order to boom some Bradley Bourne, Milton Elorganization, concert or entertainment liott, Gowan Bourne, Paul Elliott, in which you are interested, just keep Glass Carrier und Billy Miller. track ol the lines that are printed from day to day and multiply the number by H. CLAY KAUFFNAN the advertising rates of the paper. In this way you will see just what the CANDIDATE FOR THE LEGISLATURE. newspaper is giving you. then com pare these figure! with the actual The Record is this week announcing money value you get from any other business concern in the city, and you to the Democrats of Garrard county will know just what the newspaper is that Mr. II. Clay Kauifman of this city loing. It has never occurred to some will be a candidate ut the August Pri people that newspaper space costs mary for the nomination for the Legmoney. Space is nil the ne.vspaper islature subject to the wishes ot the has to sell, and if it does not get cash Democratic party. Mr. Kauifman is for it, it will not eJist very long. But too well known to the people of Gar newspaper men generally are accom raru county for any comment from us, modating and obliging und always having been born and reured here, willing to aid In a good cause. Only son of the late II. Cluy Kuulfman, who don't forget jour newspaper friend too wuj one of Garrard County's most dis quickly after he has given you a big tlitguished and successful lawyers for free ud. You might want to use him many years ut the Lancaster Bur. It would be difficult for the party to find again. u more competent und a better prepared young man to represent this county FEDERATED WOMAN'S CLUB in the luw making body of the State But it Is alwajs possible, he says, to make some effort toward healthful living, and in connection with his lectures he is introducing hi famous medicine Tutilac to prove his theories. Tanlac is called the magic medicine and is mide mainly from the medicinal properties of u plant discovered during the researches of Cooper's uncle, the renowned scientist, on an island in the Pacific ocean, west of in Ccx.per's great laboratory, even as mysteriously us famous mineral waters ure formed, the science of man, the chemist's skill nnd acquired medical lore, are set at defiance by Tanlac so far ns imitation is Mexico. Compounded am now u candidate for the full term, "nnd respectfully solicit the support of each and every voter. The men who have served on the Grand and Petit juiies in this Dislrict in the two years past. will. I am sure. Iiear me witness thnt I have faithfully and with diligence discharged my duties. am asking you to elect me to the full term in the ollic I now hold. 1st: Ilct ause with increased experience and the knowledge I have of conditions in lids district, I l.elieve I am better qualified than ever before to render ou cllicient service. 2nd: Hecauso I what every faithful servant who has tireeecded me in this otlice has received, without I tie-si- re exception. an endorsement of his work. concerned. Tanlac, it is claimed, quickly overcomes stomach, kidney and intestinal ailments, and will actually prolong life by restoring and keeping up the vigor of youth. In New York, Boston and Philadelphia, as well as in Lexington, thousands have been converted to Cooper's theories and have been benefitted by his marvelous medicine. Mr. Cooper is something of a as he contributes a large proportion of his income annually to charity and suffering people. Mr. Cooper gives the agency for his medicine to one drug store in each R. E. McRoberts has been city. awarded the exclusive sale of Tanlac in Lancaster and the remarkable medicine can now be abtained at that store. elected to. fill, wns endorsement of his work. monwealth's Attorney, was elected and ten years. As I Judge Hardin, whose .unexpired term I wns to the otlice of Commonwealth's Attorney second time as an Judge John Sam Owsley, who preceeded Judge Hardin as Comhaving held the otlice continuously shall be continuously busy in Court for some time, nnd unable to devote lime to my canvass, I will appreciate anything my friends may do in inv behalf. Again soliciting your support, I ntn, Respectfully EMMET I'URYKAR. THE TREY OF HEARTS. The above caption is the title of the COMMITTEE OF MERCY FUND. new feature serial that will start nt lliy Win. F. Miller. Previously reported $35 70 the Rex Theater next Saturday after "The Trey 1 00 noon and Saturday nighv. Mrs. Taylor House Mrs. ThroloreCurrey waia visitor of Hearts" has met with wonderful success at other places, having run in ai nur ncnuoi uu'iay. GARRARD COUNTY SCHOOL Danville und Harrodsburg to crowded houses every night. 'I he story con CHILDREN NUMBER 4118. sains 15 episodes und every one is said day morning, the latter giving u brief ..it. IUIIV. Garrard County has 4118 children be- to be complete in itself. Mrs. Poole I'crkins visited the Sentween the uges ot 0 und 'JO years and iors Monday morning fiom U to 10. 201G or 19.0 per cent of them attend POEM ASKED FOR. school, according to u recent census our de- WHY WE OPPOSE POCKETS Will you please publish in bulletin. The data contuined in the report relates to the year 1910 and has lightful paper the wem beginning; by the road", only recently been made public. The "Still sits the FOR WOMEN. distribution, by age groups, and the will you also tell me who wrote it und with it? number uttending school is as follows; the love story connected 1. pockets are not a natural A subscriber. Age. Total No. Ho. uttending school right. school-house SCHOOL NOTES. FAIR FOR CRAB ORCHARD. ' Mr. Hob Kdmi.lon nnd Sam Ramsey, of Crab Orchard, were in the city Wednesday in the Interest of the .tock Kail they are planning to pull off at that famous watering pl.icw next sum rner. Crab Orchard is an idml plce for a fair and with n little more en couragement from a few iHitnid of that city, their rirorts will bo crowned with success. They have an option on about thirty acre of land near the i!.'Hit. " that will make an ideal place and the option 6 to 9 10 to II 15 to 17 18 to L"0 1179 1,5(5 77:2 731 ' ail 103 ' thun Mr, Kuulfmuti. He is well ue quainted with the people, having taught school for seerul years in various purts of the County and thus ucquired til means by Which he educated himself in the luw mid fur several yeurs has been before the people us one of the leading young democrats of the county. He hus been very diligent in his elfurts for his clients und has thus built up for himself u good pructice und merits the confidence of the people. It is well known to the people that many law which were passed by the lusts Legis lature huve been declared void bv the Courts on account ot defects occasioned by incompetent members who served in that body.Other laws were put through the body which were intended tu have the opposite effect from that given by the Lourts, demonstrating plainly that members of that body should be selected on account of their Friends of fitness and qualification. Mr. Kaulfmun, think that he fills the bill. He has not yet stated publicly any platform upon which he seeks the support ot the democrats, but doubtless will in the near future tell the people what he desires to accomplish if honored bp their support. The statistics show that Garrard county has un unexpectedly large percentage of illiterates. The trouble lies right here, if children are not compelled to go to schooi we will never stamp it out. It cunnot be said there were not facilities sufficient to'teach, at least reading and writing here fifty years ago, so there is a deserved stigma on our people and it must be removed. A thing that cant be cured must be endured, but this can bo cured and every A ragged beggar sunning; one should help by giving tho names of Around it still the sumachs grow, all who are of school age who are nut And blackberry vines ure running. in school. Within, the muster's desk is seen, Deep scarred by raps official; The warping flour, the battered seats, ERNEST G. BROWN carved Initial; Tho Making Good In California. The charcoal frescoes on its wull; Its door's worn sill, betrnying San Diego, Cal, has organized a Ken- The feet that, creeping slow to school, tucky society witli ii membership of Went storming out to plaving! over 500 members and Krne.t G. Long years ago a winter snu Ilrown, formerly of this city is its efShone over it ut setting; ficient secretary. In the January issue up its western window-paneof the Federation, the official paper of Lit Am low eaves' icy fretting. society, Mr. Ilrown has this the state It touched the tangled golden curls, to say; And brown eyes full of grieving. "The Kentucky Society in San Uiego is making every provision possible to be Of one who still her steps delayed, When all the school were leaving. reudy to welcome all the sons and daughters who visit our fuir from the For neur her stocd tho little boy old state, noted for, urnongotherthings, Her childish favour singled; its genuine hospitality. We who ure His cap pulled low upon u face Where pride und shame were mingled, here on the ground, who love this, our udopted city and state, want to show l'ushing with restless feet the snow our friends from the old home state To right und left, ho lingered that our love for them or theirs has not As restlessly her t'ny hands diminished, und that this land of sunapron fingered. The shine and flowers has not deprived us He saw her lift her eyes; he felt of that sincere hospitality and friend' The soft hand's light earessing, ship which is bred in every true son of And heard the tremble of her voice, Kentucky. The several hundred memAs if a fuult confessing. bers of San Diego's Kentucky Society I anxiously awaiting the coining of "I'm sorry that spelt the word; ure I hate to go above you, their friends and it will'be u real pleas Uecauso"-t- he brown eyes lower fell ure for us "adopted sons" to show "Ilecause, you see, I love youl" them this, the only spot in all the world man that is a better spot in which to live Still memory to a is showing, That sweet We will also be than their own state. glad to show them the most unique and Dear girl! the grasses on her grave Have forty ycurs been growingl interesting fair they huve ever seen. Until further notice, headquarters will He lives to learn, jn life's hard school, be maintained ut 727 E street, and any How few who pass above him Kentuckian wishing to join the society Lament their triumph and his losss, Like her because they love him. may come theie and register. jack-knifegray-haire- d e child-fac- IN SCHOOLDAYS. boy who was taken down in his class in spelling by the little maiden who loved him, but was grieved that she hail pusocd above him, wus John Greenleaf Whittler, the poet who wrote this account of it. The kind heart of that nameless school girl has made her known, thru this poem, to people in every part of the world long ufter both she arr! the boy she loved have died. Her loving unselfishntss. once recorded, becomes a bright example which time cannot make dim. by the road Still sits the school-hous- e the Wells. Hut us long as there ore illiterates on i, ih.. ,...,-.- .i Mianwin iue rommmeu 10 the cure or Warden Wells. That Is one of the major arguments In behalf of pockets. the illiteracy campaign iir Kentucky. 7. Because men are men nnd women With Warden Wells wnrkingoii tliuse Vt nre women. must not lly in the IniU ami the Illiteracy Commit sum face of nature. working on thoie outsiitij. there will 8. Ilecause pockets have hfen u.itl soon come a day when every limn und by men to carry tabaccu, pipes, wliNky woman in Kentucky can tell Webster's Husks, chewing-gum- . and compromising Unabridged Dictionary from th Holy letters. We see no reason to supnme llible on sight. Frankfort Journal. that women would ust then, ttwrv wisely. women do not want pockets. If they did they would luive them. tl. Ilecause whenever women hme had pockets they have not urd them. I. Ilecause women lire expt-cttto carry enough things us it is without the additional burden of pockf tu. f. Iterance it would make distention between husband ami wife as to whoe pockets were to bi- - filled. (i. Ilecause it would destroy man's chivalry toward woman If he did not have to carry all her things in his Ilecause the great majority of sufficient stock will be sirlweribrd ami n good fair for Crab Orchard is price that seems ery hw to know the value of thee grounds. Some of the best fair ever heM in the state were held at this plact. u few jenrs ago nnd they huve nlwu)s made money. We hope that I at n thim-wh- ILLITERACY AND CRIME. "We could soon eliminate illiteracy if they would only stop semilog illlter lite from the outside," says Warden STANFORD FAIR OFFICERS CHOSEN. Officers for this year's exhibition of the Knight of Pythias fair at Stanford were chosen at tho meeting of the lodeje oi Thursday night. Hustling, progressive men were put nt the helm, and much enthusiasm wus manifested in plans to make the fuir tliii year one of the most successful that has ever been held iiutliis part of the country. The officers elected nre; ol. I'resideiit-CS. T. Harris. J. L. Ileazlev. 11. W. Givens und J. C. L'unanks. . Secretary- - B. C. Wulton. Treasurer W. W. Saunders. Tho third week in Aueust liml nl. ready been claimed for tho fuir. and th dutes will bo August 18, 19 und liuth. The membership of the lodne bus ex. pressed Itself as determined to get behind the exhibition this year und inak it a "hummer" from start to finish. Liberal premiums will be ofifered ami the "boys" will boost for the fair as no fair was ever before boosted. Th grounds, grand stand, floral hull nnd other buildings are in fine shape, and but little will be necessary In the building line to provide for the comfort and convenience of vliitors.-Inter- lor Jour PROBATION BY THE MAYOR. To the Citizens of Lancaster: All persons residing in the City of Lancaster, Ky., who huve not heretofore been sufficiently vaccinated ugainst small pox ure now urged to be vuccinu ted ut once. The City Council at Its - nsl. last regular meeting being informed Unit many people in certain sections of tho County are now ulfected with tho discusu und that it hus been raging in the Louuty for some tune past and that sufficient steps huve not been taken to prevent its spreud and that the diseuso will not be stumptd out under the present methods of handling It, the Council has ordered the MHyor to take such steps us in his power to protect tho people of this City against the infection. It is, therefore, urged that all persons in Luncasff r who have not ul ready been sufficiently vuecinuted be vaccinated without delay. Unless tho people heed this warning the epedimic Is liuble to become prevalent in this City ut uny time which would necessitate the closing of the schools and be a great injury to the business Interest'of the City. The first appeatunco of the disease would require compulsory vaccination. Very truly, L. G. Davidson, Mayor. I I 2 Every Dollar Spent With Us The Central Record, Thursday Feb 4 1915. will Page 5 I purchase its full value in HIGH-GRAD- E i DEPENDABLE MERCHANDI SE. We want every customer a satisfied one and will endeavor to give you Merchandise New Spring Goods are arriving daily in all our departments. that will please. Favor us with a visit. J. E. DIIWON, Prop. Gossip About A Brief (iou.- - IBS Mr. W. O. Goodloe was in Richmond. Monday. SCOTT is PETTY, THE TIGHT SKIRT. Manager. JX Cook and I Heating Stoves A few N G Jjj Fence. Mrs Susan Dudley of Richmond, visiting Mr. and Mrs. Joe Nevius. Joe S. Haselden left n sojourn in Florida. nd Mention o( thf Cornlnm lyThoit Wt Are Vitertit d In. at attractive prices. Manure Spreader SUCCESS Best Spreader Made at Reduced Prices. Oliver, Syracuse and John Deere Steel Plows. Vulcan Plows at a Big Reduction Agents for the Reliable American fence made. The best Mm. I. C. Rose is in Stanford, with her rnothrr Mrs. Hehe Perkins. , Mrs. .1. P. Gregory ami Mrs. V. K. Champ were in Danville, Friday. Miss Doc in Metcalfe (if I'aint I.ick, Lewis. is hero visiting Mrs. Nevius of Stanford, is Mrs. Mnttie the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Nevius. Mis' Tominie Francis will leave this week to enter the Normal school in Ch-st- er Richmond. J. R. Mount, Son & Co. draw A Check for the money yottove niul note how much more res- 1 9 Hetter In doing business in a business like way. upon such nn Hccount even if your ulTitirs are not large. They will grow nil right. They know ho W S PBffiSP pectfully your creditors reThey like to do with a ninn who business lias mi iiccount nt the gard you Gairard Bank & Trust Co. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company You should Disinfect after every Contagious Disease. SULPHUR AND FORMALDEHYDE LAMPS Will Do The Work. We have them. McEoTaerts Drug1 Store 111 THE QUEEN OF THE Ei c h e n will tell you that it is just as essential to have GOOD Coal as it is to have good things to cook with in' preparing a meal. We guarantee a fnll ton of good coal at a fair price. Lancaster Lumber & Man'f'g Go 4 Miss Norn Iirown was tne guest for several days of Mr. and Mrs. John Glenn of I'aris. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Joseph have taken rooms with Mrs. Isaac Hamilton on Water street. Mrs, Puttie Kngleman of Pueblo Col, is here for a visit to Garrard and Lancaster relatives. Mr. James Conn and family who Mrs. Harry Fry r.nd daughters nre in Winchester visiting J. , Irave been residing in Wilmore have Dean and C. S. Guy. returned to Garrard. Dr. J. (i. Carpenter of Stanford was Mr. Dick Rowling of London, has called here to see little Cecil Hatson been here for a visit to kinspeople in who has lieen quite sick. this vicinity and county. Miss Katharine Harris of Stanford, I Mr. J. S. Ilowman of Lewis county is here for a visit to her has joined his wife here for a visit to Judge and Mrs. E. W. Harris. .Mr. ami airs. w. u. Anderson. Mrs. Jesse Arnold returned Monday Reverend S. II. Pollitt returned Satto her home in Frankfort, after a visit urday from Ilurgin, where lie has been to her mother Mrs. Klla Ileitis. holding an interesting revival. j Mr. and Mrs. 0. P. Ferril! and Mrs. Miss Annie Ashlock has returned to Pattie Kngleman of Pueble, Col. left her home in Stanford after a visit to 'Tuesday for a sojourn in Florida. her cousin. Miss Julia Zmono. Miss Nannie It. Herring is in liar- Miss Flossie May Sutton of Uryants-vill- e rndsburg, the attractive visitor of her is here with her nieces Misses cousin. Miss Margaret Sampson. Pearl and La Verne Dickerson. lteverend S. 0. Ellis of Peint Lick The Home and Foreign Missionary tilled the pulpit lit the liaptlst church Society of the Methodist church met both Sunday morning and evening. with Mrs. John Mount Monday afterLittle Miss Margaret Herring, the noon. bright little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Miss Scott Petty and Mr. and Mrs. Ilright Herring, is very ill of grippe. J. E. Dickerson nre in the cities this week purchasing their new spring Mrs. Oatlev llurke and children of Silver Creek are visiting Mrs. llurkes stock. Misses Leota arid (Rosa Ray, Misses parents. Mr. and Mrs. John M. Sanders. Alice Pollard, Mary Yeakey, and Ina ami little Dunn wnro guests Mrs. Henry Simpson for several days of daughter Elizabeth Logan Simpson Mrs. James lla'cher were visitors in Stanford for several Mr. Katie Conn Tinsley and little days. son, Harold, left Tuesday for u visit to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dunlap lllanton Mrs. Tituley's sister, Mrs. Win. Gar-- , of Richmond, are guests of .Mrs. rique of New Orleans. Rlanton's parents Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Miss Minnie .Iirown who has been Elmore. with In r paruiU Mr. and Mrs. I!. S. Mrs. Forest Fitzgerald has returned Iirown in I'aris, Ind, is expected here to her horns in Danville, after u stay tho latter part of the week. with her parents Mr. und Mrs. Ii. 1!. Mrs. W. E. Moss who has bem a Wilkerson. pHticnt at the Danville Hospital having Mrs. Parker Gregory, and daughter. been operated upon by Dr. Jackson, Salliu Crook, left Morday for DeLand was brought home last Saturday. Florida, and will be in the land of Fred P. Frisbie was in Lexington, (lowers until April. for two days at b meeting of the In.Miss Mary Noel, of Danville, who surance Convention, nnd a'tended the lus been thu attractive guest of her banquet given nt the Phoenix Hotel. sister, Mrs. J. II. Woods, of Paint Lick Miss Elizabeth Morford. formally of returned to her home Monday. Garrard, entertained at her homo m Mr. and Mrs. T, J, I'rico who had a Jessamine county in lienor of. Misses pleasant stay of tlirte weeks at .the Maud Morford and Kvtturah Robards Lexington Hotel in De Land, Morula; (of Danville. are now the guests of Mr. and Mrs. ) Coleman Locker, and Miss Marie Georgo Frederick Smith in Sanfonl, Clause of Scotts Fork were united in Florida. marriage ut the llaptist parsonage the Little Miss Minnie Nelson Ramsey, i Reverend 1. W. Ueagle performing the who was operated on at the city ceremony. recently for appendicitis, lias Mr. anil Mrs. W. A. Price left Tues sullicicntly to be moved to her home at Puint l,ick, Hermothur, Mrs. day for a several weeks stay in Florida Hurdctt Ramsey, who has been- - hero where they will visit their daughttrs with friends for several weeks, has al- Mrs. R. I!. Hrrell, who Is happily at Fort Pierce. so returned home. Advocate. Miss Lillian Cochran has gone on a Mr. Charles S. Collier is the best LexingRichmond, store manager Fork Ridge has ever visit to friends at She will be in had. Hut what'i thu use of throwing ton und Georgetown. He's all right attendance ut u banquet given by tho bouquets at Charley. wherever you put him and has so prov- Senior Class at Georgetown. Mr, II. C, Ilalley. the senior member en himself. He has a kind' and pleasant word for everybody ho comes in of the Ilrm of Iluiley and Moss left for contact with und ho I loved and res- New Albany lust Monday, where he pected by all who know him. -- Pinnacle bus purchased an Auto Truck to use in their poultry and produce business. News. grand-parents ' I ' ' hos-pitI Miss Pearl Harden Iibs hci home in Dec.rtur III, after Manufacturers that the tight skirt Mr. Alex Doty made :i business trip tracttAl visit to her sister Mrs. Alex ' must be abandoned, the Atlanta ConWalker. to Lexington last Friday. stitution says: Mr. J. Jones is numbered among a Mr. Frank Pierce of Louisville, has "If the tight skirt really does pass, few of our sick this week. returned home after a weeks visit to and we as yet regard the rumor as unMiss Ilettie Reynolds was a visitorjn his daughter Mrs. Oscar Ray, and confirmed, it may rejoice in a career other relatives in the county, Frank is that has been a short and a merry one Crab Orchard last Sunday. always given the glad hand in Garrard. and a tight one. The tight skirt, along Miss Relle Denny of Stanford is with Its sister, the transparent skirt, Mr. and Mrs. Givens Terrill left has been visaing relatives in this vicinity. the target for more luws Tuesday for Deland, Fla., for a stay from 'rube' legislators than any garReverend J. W. Rcngle was in Covof several months. Mr. Terrill's ment since Eve donned the fig leaf. ington for a visit of several days. health has not been good for some It has excited the pulpit thunders of Mis Mary Miller of Richmond, is ime and it is to be hoped that the more explosive preachers than any the guest of Misses Jane and Mary change will prove beneficial. event since the eruption of Jonah. It Doty. Miss Patsy Kinnaird was the- - gra- has inspired more trouble at home, Mrs. E. J. Iirown of Stanford is hero cious hostess at "a storm party on last created a greater furore on the highfor a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Russell Friday evening al her home on Lex- ways and the divorce courts than Iirown. ington street. A number of the belles Halley's comet or that mythical ghost, Mr. Robert Long and family returned and beaux of the younger set gathered the Yet with all of this commenting the this week- to their former home in to enjoy Miss Kinnaird's hospitality. women have gone right along and worn Madison. Governor James B. McCreary has what they pleastd and with all the Mtsdames Wm. Champ and J. Par- appointed Mrs. Ellen Owsley of this faults of the tight skirts we love it ker Gregory were recent visitors in city to the Kentucky Committe of still, just as we do the women, and we Mercy, which meets in Frankfort today are sorry it is passing and if the new Danville. (Thursday.) Mrs. Owsley's heart is in skirt does not show us much perhaps It Mr,s. J. Wade Walker is in Louisville for a visit to her ton Dr. Franklin the work and the appointment was will give us as much to talk about. timely and popular. Walker and wife. ' this week for Distance Lends Enchantment. It is well to live far away from your on the recent edict of relatives fo you can brag about them. returned to Atchison Globe. n pro- - the National Cloak. Suit and Skirt Commenting Small MarWet Va!u. If tho statistics 5vre a' allable prob-- 1 ably it would bo founu that 92 per cent less monpy can be borrowed on a 'family tree than on a cord of wood, Dallas News. Worst Lot cf All. "Please help mc kind Ir.dy for f am hanf driven " "Here's a dollar for you. my poor man. Do you mean you aro driven to deBprratlon?" "No, ma'am; to work." I YOU'LL FIND IT IN THIS CCLU31 FOR RENT the Laundry room behind my shop. W. H. Uruce. I have about &" fine Rarred Plymouth Cockerels for sale at $1.00 and $1.25 each. Mrs. F. M. Tinder. For Sale. ! Alexander McMurtry, u former resi SUICIDE OF NEGROES RARE. dent of this place died at his home in The suicide of Park Sage, servant Kansas City after a lingering illness, age G years. He is survived by his of Russell McRery, serves to call at- -' wife and children, the decease leaves tention to the fact that the ordinarily t and optimistic American a number of relatives in this communi-- j He was a first cousin of Dr. L. S. negro is sometimes given to brooding ty. that leads to suicide. ,Such cases are Murtry of Louisville. rather rare. Twelve years ago the Three prominent newspaper people first suicide of a negro in Louisville wre in Danville Saturday. They were occured. Several have, we believe. Mrs. Swift Champ of Paris; Ed 1). oecured since then. Rut despite the bhinnick, of Shelbyville, and R. L. large colored population in Kentucky Elkin, of Lancaster All are profes- we recall very few cases in which a sional newspaper workers and great negro, in any state of ill health or bad favorites in the State . Press associ- financial circumstances, has taken his ation... Misses Kathleen Walter and life. ltettie Walker Hurnside, and Messrs. Civilization is always marked by nn Green Clay Walker and Dave Thomas, increasing suicide rate us it progresses. of Lancaster, were in Danville Sun- uouutlisi tne euect is ielt among Dr. Jamt-- s Letcher left today negroes as well as white people. In day for St. Petersburg, Fla., where he very old countries buicide is almost will spend several weeks. Danville institutional. Japan, we believe, gets Messenger. the custom of from her older neighbor, Korea, where for centuries unnumbered it lias been the custom of offended gentlemen to disembowed IiliYANTSVILLE themselves in oder to express their sense of injustfee. . 1 sunny-nature- d . hari-kari acres of land near Lancaster, ready to grow any crops desired. SO acres of this land will grow from 1200 to 1500 lbs. of tobacco per acre, and more than pay for the land. The first year giving the tenant his share, timber sullicient to saw up and build all the barns desired, if interested Mrs. Pattie G. Haydon. write. Nicholasville. Ky.. It. F. D. 1. 153$ Ky., now Rooms For Rent. W have two nice rooms for rent in the Central Record building, suitable tf. for offices. Apply at this office. NOTICE. All persons having claims against the estate of Clyde Ruble, deceased, or claims against the late partnership of Clyde & Clarence Ruble, will present the same properly verified according to law to my attorney, .1. E. Robinson, Lancaster, Ky., on or before March 1, 1015. J, .. R. Ruble, Administrator. No Life Is Watted. No life Is wnsted In the great worker's hand. The gem too poor to polMisj Flossie Mae Sutton is spending ish In Itself wo grind to brighten oththe week with relative at Lancaster. ers. Philip James Ilalley. Mr. D. A Thomas and Mr. Stults. were here Monday on business. NOTICE. Mr. James Coy of Kirksville visited Mr. and Mrs. R. 1. llurton this week. Mr. Wilbur Scott left last week spend the remainder of the winter to in Florida. Mr. W. F. Hager, of Hurgin. is here for u visit lo his daughter, Mrs. Charley Houninger. Lost;-Aut- i having claims against the estate of G. W. Calebbs, deceased, will present the same, properly verified according to law, to the undersigned or his attorney, J. E. Robinson of LancasConcsrnlng the Clock. ter, Ky., on or before February 1, 1915. Makers of our own destinies Item Henry Moore, from Joe Rank: "The last Urlr? a Administrator of G. W. Calebbs de man doo at night Is to wind the clock, ceased. nnd the first thing lie does In the morning ts to ruis It." Kansas City CULTIVATED HEMP SEED Star. All persons FOR SALE. The best and Iate3t Minnesota No "You must have thought tho world flrsr wire." eneered Sirs. Lot importation for lint. Goverrnunt test tho second time during onn of tho fam- 1)3 per cent, in 5 days. Write for samGlass & Glass. ple und price. Mr. Soloman Cliiklers still continues ily squabbles. "I certainly did," Successors to Glass & Saunders. in a very critical condition after an Lot. "She was the salt of tho Camp Nelson, Ky. illnew of two weeks. earth." chain in or near Jlryants-vill- Oh, Shux! Roe or this Finder please return to Dr. olllce. S rf your Thu .Messrs Itogie, uf liuekeye, have moved to the farm they recently bought of Mrs. Nnckie MiGruth. Miss Mary Nell Fur leu and Mr. Sam Farlee were in Harrodsburg the tlrst of thu week for u short visit. Miss Elizabeth liryant has been on the sick list this week. Miss Eliza 3on tilled her place in the school here, 1 Her Apprenticeship. Olddygad'a lllonde "Gurty coldure Is the envy of overy girl ill I wonder tho store. whero sho learned to make a knot like that." Short Brunette "Iteforo she came here, sho was chief pretzel tier lu a wholesale bakery." Judge, Tall NOTICE. Ridicule. Mr. Enoch Mrckey and Mrs. Will It is an Immense blessing to be perCreech, of Camden Ohio, are here at fectly callous to ridicule; or, which the bed side of their father Mr. Nathan comes to the same thing, to be conNoe, who still continues very ill ut the scious thoroughly that what we have home uf his son, Mr. Taylor Noe. Mrs. In us of noble nnd delicate. Is not ridicGeo. Hell, of Danville, another daugh- ulous to any but fools, and that, If fools will laugh, wlso men will do well ter, has also been with him. to let them. Doctor Arnold. The many friends of Misses Anna Kay und Margaret Jenkins und brothers Hadn't Used One. Messrs I). V, und W, M. Jenkins, reUncle Ezru "Epb Hosklns must gretted very much to sen them leave have had some time down in New e. Saturday to make their home at York," Reckon Uncle Eben "Yep. They hud always I i veil here he traveled u mighty suift pace. Eph's und were one of tho most Inlluentiul wlfo said that when Epli got back and und popular families of the vicinity. It went Into his room, he looked at the bed. kicked it. and said. 'Wbut's that is with much regret that we give them durn thing for!' "Judge. up to another community. All persons having claims against the estate of W. T. Noel should present them without delay properly proven to the undersigned as administrator, or to his attorney Win. Herndon, at Lancas ter. All persons owing the estate should ut once puy the account to tho undersigned. R, I.. Noel, t. Administrator. YOUR PAY WATER RENT. Some people are under the Impression that if they puy their city taxes this will suffice, forgetting that the wuter rent is jest as important, in fuct, from this fund the water system of the city is BUpjMirted and unless your water rent is paid thu water will be cut olf. There are some who have not yet paid their taxes und unless this is done your name will be advertised und property sold for taxes. Pay your taxes and wuter rent and save further t'inburassment and costs. L. P. Herron, Marshall. Page 6 T The Central Record, Thursday Feb 4 1915. POULTRY NOTES. CASTORIA For Infants nnd Children. Wool nahes limp their place. tntt It Isn't In tin henhouse. They got wet mitt make lye nnd sore feet. Keep inlil tilr drafK but not fresh nlr. out of the thicken chopm Bits of Byplay By Luke McLuke Copyright, 1018, th Cincinnati E. C. MIHion,Pres. T. J. Curtis, V-Pr- Dr. C. H. Vaught, Sec E. Dcathcrage, Trcas. The Kind You Have Always Bought ALl'UIIUI. 3 I KK Thoe whii IMinltr.v limine-- . huo learned tin1 llinmsh u Ion.: Enqulror Biggest In Prices Biggest In Amount Of Sales In CKT AVfSclaMcftrii.inilinWs-sfm- i f.T (mrt iftcrood are! Rctfufa luigihe Stranac&sandDattasor Bears the Signature of Promolcs DiSc3t1onHrfrfJ- nessand Restrontaln i ncimcr Opiimi.Mornh.inc norMiacral LW In npprrnthi"lilp iieUT breed from hens nnilerlrril or from vcrj late liatchctt pullet. Muri farmer linuld cot In nf kccplnc ii few gei""' , tnk'tig There's tumicy In of tin liitu mvoiitit the feathers. The very life of rhlcks nml honi of nil inre- depends upon their having chance to crafrh T nml dig nt something, tin-ill11 Oh, Shusl 8he quarrels with her fare each day. When In the morn she waltes upi Dut, long hef olo she hits Ilia hay, Bhe goes ahead and makes up. Willie Paw Knows Everything. I'nw, what Is n walking delen round Biggest Floor Space. ' v gate? Paw A man who rides taxlcnbs, my son. In Madison Incorporated. Tobacco $40,000.00 Dr. C. H. Vaught Telephone 221. IbrfretfMlkSMairmsm HOUSING POULTRY IN GOLD Detchal Tou need not be a surly el IT. Nor nose around as such. But you could say a lot more If You didn't talk to much. Good. Ihqin StrJ' WEATHER Ancrfert Remedy forCrroftWlinn .Sour Stnm.vh.l)tarrtm norms .ComTilsKnajntriw A j "Arc you n good eookj" si Id .Mrs. Prim to the applicant for the position. "1 oio, mum." was the reply. "I go to church every morning." I WAREHOUSE Near L. & A. Depot. Use For Over ncssandLosSOrSLEEP. frcSiniV Signtrartof Centaur Comtaict; lur NEW YORK. Thirty Years CASTORIA Exact Copy of Wrapptr. THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. The most successful poultrymcn wo Olddapl have Unlay differ point blank on almost "Bom men are rummies," said old (links, "They let the liquor get them; any subject with the exception of that up drinks of housing, sa)s the lown IlonipiitPiiil. The more they stand and set them.' The more the drinks upset On this point tin they nil us rev. Any kind of chicken liotit will serve the Same Here. purpose so long us It provide- ndcipiato "What did you swear off this) year?" room, sunshine nml :m nbiiiiihince of asked the old fogy. "Oh, Just for a change I snore off fresh nlr so admitted tlint no draft swearing off!" replied the grouch. strikes the Inmates. your fowls are A cold, dry house mid comfortable nnd safe. A warm, damp First Aid to Otauty. house ninl you hae n roup producer. And women who are uimierrd pets To gro.p this mnrnl should not fall! Ilepcateil experiment haveprowd that than coronets. fowls are more nearly In their natural Good curee are more than Madame Kale. And corn fed shapes environment when housed In dry, cold, Cincinnati Hnqulrer. fresh ulr homes than when In tin aril, fldally heated house. The egg prodno Also thoee female pnmpered pets Should grasp this moral without fall! tlon Is much better Pink cheeks that outshine coronets In the mntter nf hatching nnd brood Are not supplied by Madame Kale, Memphis Commercial Appeal. lug It was noticed that the egg from the fresh nlr houses hatched better Names It Names. nnd the chicks were stronger. It will , Green Veruillllou IIi-- In Keokuk, la. not be long until another hatching nml this fact is too Important to - CAPITAL DIRECTORS: E. C. Million E. T. J. Curtis Deatheratfe Marion Coy T. J. Smith J. M. Haden To The Tobacco Growers and The Man Selling It: The Old Madison House is still doing business nt the same old stnnd. We sold over l!tK).0l pounds be- yesterday, and ue can truthfully sny that the market whs strong nnd a shade higher than the week fore. The best crop lot of its size sold, was that of Korea t Stapp, of Iluckeje, Gorranl County.Kentucky This lot of fV7l) who had sold the lot to V. P. Kincaid, who selected the Madison House to sell it over. pounds sold at the average of lilcts. Kriday II. C Wearren of .117 HacMey, GarranI Co., sold - ounis, Capital $50,000. A. K Surplus $30,000. be overlooked. One lioultryinau with whom we ure acquainted has tried out nil the different methods of housing, beginning with the glass front house, which had such n rage n few years since, then re- - Canary. average IS cts, Luther Gibhs, Garrard County sold 18 pound, that brought him I. !'', a little over nnd one & The sweet singer of Cincinnati, Luke McLuke, bursts Into song. New fork Evening Telegram. Thlnat to Worry About, In Swedish 777 Is pronounced cts, there were very few if any rejections Monday, one baket brought ft! cents Kriday, cents Monday, which meant more satisfled growers. tobacco is better than it has been. Remember, that good tobacco is high, and that bail eve ry JENiJY. President That the old Madison Warehouse is always on tne job, getting J. K. T E. STORMES. Jmhry, Ass't Cashier. Vice Pres'L S. C. DENNY. Cashier. r. J. L. GlLI., This Otta Git 'Em, by Heck! dollar for vour tobacco that can be gotten any where, that it appreciate every pound from every source that it gets forsale. It ilont call names, just simply does business, and its business is to grt the best prices for toDacco. Thh Is a copy of a notice that Is posted on a farm fence near Salem, A'. Safety Samual Deposit WE SOLICIT Boxes YOUB For Rent. BUSINESS. Stormes, S. D. Cochran. Denny. a J. Alex R. Denny, . J. H. Posey, J. E. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott. Directors. NOTICE. Trespaaers will be persekuted to the fall exlen of 2 mean murgrel dot's alnt never been overly soshlbil with strangers and 1 dubblep barl shotgun which alnt Loaded with no tofy pillars. Daily Health Hint. Never use a lighted match to see If your gasoline tank Is empty. Tall Took Small and Small Took Tall. The wedding of Miss Polly Small of 623 Cross street and .Nathan Tall took place last Wednesday evening In the ball at C30 Dickinson street. Philadelphia Exponent. One of the advantage uf the Class covered scratching shed here Illustrated la that the glass does not grow frost and drip Ice water J.: This it has alwajs done. This It expect to continue to do, regardless of what the that it will other fellow says. You can always feel sure that when you are selling your tobacco over our lloor, you, you are going to get its worth, and all the assistance that an experienced force can give ad costs you not a ienny more U sell with us than elsewhere. We hope and believe that this market sell from to 7 to 10 millions of pound this year, and when the returns are all in its average will compare A WELCOME VISITOR. where it is known, is a box of our sparkling ginger ale, orange soda or other of our carbonated beverages. If ou have not yet tried any or all ot them you don't know what a fine treat you have been missing. Dcn't keep on missing it. Order a box and commence enjoying yourself. with any in the State. We thank every one who has told with u. and we appreciate it fully and completely. We are very truly yours, Our Dairy Special. put off until tomorrow worrying you could do today. Always the Madison Tobacco Warehouse Co. Incorporated If Lancaster tling Co. We Write Anv Kind of INSURANCE Office at National Bank. J. Office over The National Hank of Lancaster, Ky. A. BEAZLEY & CO. ORIGINAL & GENUINE MARK. OF THE MODERN FARM THE Luke McLuka Sayst It might be a good scheme for every couple to get married on the 13th of the month. Then they would have something to blame It on la later years. Pbone 202. When a man goes shopping with his wife ho Is either henpecked or In lovo with her. Every clerk known that If the boss made too olllce force undergu an effplacing half of the glass with bnrlap iciency examination the clerk would curtains, on down to the open front, run llrst nnd the manager last. For Infants and Children w'tli no glass wluilcter. if wo had to unbutton oar overcoats Am si compromise this breeder used and get down Into our pnnts pockets In I 't the desirable features of the to extend sympathy we would be ns Always bears methods, irlxl w far a possible tne stingy with sympathy as w are with Signature of initiated the undesirable oues. One some other things. large glus window Is placed In each The big difference between the padepartment, or unit, and one opening rade put on by n woman when she l overisl with burlap, to let down in starts downtown nnd the ianide put very cold or stormy weather. In this on by n circus when It starts downmanner he has the advantages of the town Is that the circus paints the whole window, and the mldcil advantage of wagon nnd keeps som i ..r..a. i of Its muiiuiuuiui iuk tUeauiuK.tit Phone 27. perfect veutluitlou. attractions under cover. - small LUtier the large window artLots of people who wonldnt work i el Lie windows to admit the sunshine for you for S'i per day are perfectly Into the dust Imxes. There lire willing to ntteml to your business for 133-13- 5 WcstMninSt. dropping lujaids under the perches, thus nothing. giving th wholerl'sir smceforu wnrk- Kalher sometimes believes that the : suu for tb fowls In winter. ThouKentucky. reason why the baby doefu't jell niiy Lexington, .inils of fowls are kept In tills manner. longer than It does Is father Mew York, llnissels, Ilelguirn, and rarely dues one Ket sick. Isn't homo nny ofiener than he Is. of the old fashion What ban Ventilate the Henhouse. ed bride, who was nshumisl of her . tem of entl- - store hair nml hid It from tier huv It rispilres u perfis-- t Union nnd Ton.il attention to keei band ; tue nlr In the poultry house ns frenli Most women Know that gambling n.4 It U on the outside. It will there wicked. Hul It euscs her conscience n : fore often lie found inlvrable to have whole lot If her husband happens to iUlte a few windows covered with rvln. uiiisllu to regulate the nlr In different A man who has patience enough to . It down for a year and a half nnd kinds ot weather Kstreines In tem pera til re can be conMdcnibly incnlllled color it meerschaum plpo hasn't pa by careful ventilation It Is lmsir-t.m- t tlence enough to devote n minute nnd that the iwiiltry house be kept n half to undressing one of the club cool In slimmer nnd dry mid comfort dren at nlEht. Some men ure too thin blooded to able In winter. There Is no question but that diffused M'utllatlnii through work In winter nnd too thick blooded has been found to to work In summer. uiiisllu curtain Yon never hear n winner holler that iitfienuie the dltlleitlty of dampness rwiiltliig from the condensation of the cards were stacked. Common ordinary diseases like small, moisture of biealh of fowls. pox will snuggle up to you without Hut n higheven nsking your name. Decayed Food Dad For Hens. Chickens are not dainty eaters, They brow dlseuse like kleptomania must will plunge Into mid peel; nt nny dead know your social status and see your r sick unliiial they cnnio m ross, They bank account before It will condesiend 3fl-get ptomaine iosoiilni: mid die in make your acquaintance. Cheer up! The cost of everything or It. It behooves the master to see to else has gone up. but happiness nnd It that his birds tlnd no disease breed-lumatter to eat. Hum or bury deep smiles nnd kind words are as cheap as ever. ill dead uulmals or birds. Bot- on the fowls, thus Inducing roup and other diseases caused by damp, ness. One of the windows should be left open for entliatloti and .he fowls get their sun as they dig Strain out of the litter. The glass part Is II by K feet, four feet high .n front and seen In the rear. The rear building Is divided Into tnu parts one for roosts and nests and the other for feed. RICHMOND, KENTUCKY. CASTORIA OKCAS1XHO I.V.V.I. Use For Over 30 Years e Citizens National Bank OK LANCASTKK. KY. Capital $50,000. I Surplus $45,000. J. J. WALKKK. Jot: J. Walxkk, Jh.. Vice Prest. Victor Bogaert Co. ..:. jj 11. K. HUDSON. President. W. O. P.IONKY, Ass't Cash'r MK.MIlKltS OK W. K. CHAMP. Cashier. Aim ricau Hunk Association. Kentucky Hankers Association. National Curiency Association, federal Keserve Hunk, Clr eland. Jewelers&lmportersif 'H.'H0Mj M0X0M::c.i.(.C0. ji).0i..(0.(0i. !0f''0x; ;xmx:':. : . t World's Record Gar. I n 0. :. VULTWEICHT FULL SIZE OH. WIRE FULL JLENGTrI.PU.RO LL SUBSCRIBE FOR & SCOTT. BECKER, PHONE 27. BALLARD I I I m m This $1,250 Stock Car innde 7500 miles In 30 days with Bonnet From Sept 23 to Oct 23, it traveled through 23 States. You can't ask any more of any automobile, no matter whit the horsepower or cost. Kor catalogue & car specifications write I m W 0 BRYANTSVILLE, Ky. The Cental Record. CENTRAL MOTOR CAR CO. Lexington, Ky The Central Record, Thursday Feb 4 1915. H.C. BRIGHT. President. J. S. PRICE, Vice President. ALLEN HIEATT, Page 7 Secretary. WE LEAD AGAIN THIS WEEK v. ttiJMjiw warehouse r,o m ir The Highest Price Basket Sells Over Our Floor at $39.00. The Highest Individual Average, 4695 Pounds, $ 9. 35 1 WE HAVE SOLD OVER 350,000 POUNDS THIS WEEK. with less than 10,000 pounds rejections for the entire week. Doesn't that signify that ve are pleasing the people, with the best auctioneer in Kentucky? He "gets the price." Capt. K. E. Holland. 11m Wnrren. Doyle, Boyle. Kill) lbs EV.ins A: Peach. Hovle. 100 lbs W'orley & Kdwnrtls. Merrer. 3003 lbs Ynnillc &. 5H08.-1- Sevvell & lltizeltlen. 1 207.95 013.03 381.1-- 1 E. P. Woods, Lincoln, 070 lbs H: O. Edwards. Boyle, !)20 lbs Davis &. Duncan, Mercer, 3075 lbs Tucker & Jones. Boyle, 1815 lbs $151 08 171 45 100.53 202.13 Danville Walnut Street. I. M. Dunn, Tobacco ,MIIo MRS. LEWIS GAINS rehouse Company Incorporated. That is what a lot cf pcoplo tcll.usi Usually their bowels only need cleansing. TOR Danville, Ky. "I Don't Foci Good" . President Jno. S. Van Winkle, Secretary HAD BEEN EIGHT 10 LBS. IN MONTH UNDER TREATMENT TO MABDI GRAS FEBRUARY 11-1- J. M. Sallee, Ass't Secretary YEARS PRIOR ANDES USING will do the trick and make you feel fine. Wo know this positively. Tako ono tonight. Sold only by us, 10 cents. R. E. McRob.rtt 6, 1S1 5 New Orleans, La Mobile, Ala. LOW ROUND A D:cided Improvement Medicine. Produced By ' ' PAINT LICK Mr. Carlos Iledrick spent Monday in Uichmond. Mrs. J. Wade Walker has returned from a visit to Louisville. framing and Glazing l'icture specialty. J. K. lloltzclaw & Son. Messrs Uoy Kstridge and Harry spent Saturday in Uichmond. Kev. C. I'.. Kllis filled the pulpit m the liantist church in Lancaster,. Sunday. Miss Kmma Odor is thj gu-- st of Mrs. Givens Terrill in Lancaster this week. Miss Delia Kinder, of Lancaster, was) the week end guest of Miss Jeanette Eldridge. TRIP FARES 9 e 9 TICKETS ON SALE FEBRUARY 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14 anil 13. Good Returning to Reach Origin! Starting Tolnt n.fora MldnUht Tvbruary 31, 1915. rrltllrg of ritmlon of Fin. I lln.llln-- i Orlln .1 l.rtln Point Krtoce MMultflit .M.rcb 1. 1915. b, lliio.lt of lli.u.t una l'.,raeut of 1'te ; 11.09. lr life Tobacco Brings SOcts Per Pound 4 George Marsee, of Garrard County, Breaks All Records in Kentucky For This Season When a Basket of His Tobacco Brings 50c a Pound at the People's Tobacco Wareh'se Marsee's Entire Crop Averages the High Price of $22.50 Per Hundred. Wildest Enthusiasm on the Breaks of the People's Tobacco Warehouse Since Two Years Ago. O Co! Ike Dunn Knows How To Handle Ms. Mnry Lewis, of I'aducnh. Ky.. mailt' the following remarkable state-- 1 ment recently regardm; Andes Meili cine, that 11 heme; so widely discussed anil suid all over Kentucky. Mrs. Lew-- 1 is said; "1 sullered principally from' ' 1 ttomach trouble and indigestion. welched only one hundred toiinds when j I hei;ai) taking Andes I'reseriplior, after uine; the medicine about one month I now weigh one hundred and ten iwunds, or a gain of ten pounds. Andes l'resciiption is really the only medicine that has actually helped me. I wish to leconimend its uie to every suireruiK woman, such statements as the foregointr should appeal directly to the thousands of those who suffer from .Mrs. Levy Cornelison was called to t the same trouble, aid Mr. Andes in commenting upon .Mrs. Lewisstntement lierea the past week by the serious most of such people, contiued he. suf- illness of her brother. fer from nervousness, dizziness, headMiss llellu Denny has returned to ache, kidney derangement, depresion her home in Stanford after a visit of of spirit, imperfect digestion, sleep- ten das to Miss Estell Walker. lessness and are suceptible to coughs Mrs. C. L. Williams and son, of and colds, in all instances of this char- Madison Indiana are the guests of her acter, Andes Prescription seems to go parents Mr. and Mrs. I. C. Itucker. straight to the siot, tuning up and inMiiS Minnie Nelson Uamsey has revigorating every organ of the body, covered sulliciently from her operation the results are really amazing as it for appendicitis to be brought home. apparently makes you like oldfashioned Mrs. It. G. Woods and children1 eople we're strong, sturdy and well, there is no doubt of the fact, few can spent several days tho past week the afford to miss tho opK)rtunity of test- guest of her mother Mrs. John '. i ing Andes Prescription when it may White in Nicholasville. ltev. and Mrs. C. K. Kllis Misses mean continued poor health if they Ijlla McWhorter and Ethel and Orn ' UOIl . McUoberta Drug Store has the ex-- ! Estridge attended the Sunday school elusive sale of Andes Medicine in I.an convention in Uichmond Saturday. cate. Mr and Mrs. Lahan Kirk of l'aiuts-- 1 j , ville, are rejoicing aver the arrival of a ! COY sn on January the twenty-sixtMrs j Kirk and son are at her fathers. Mr. Mrs. Nannie Moberly is numbered E. C. McWhorter's and both are doing among the sick. j John .Morrin tokl to Cabel Johnson nicely two hogs price unknown. Get prices on fumntnre and stoves nt lloltzclaw Son. K. Osborne bought from Tom Mc- William a ton of oats for $14.00 K. Osboine oM to Walden llros. a bunch of shoals for .0d ets per lb. C. S. Sanders and family of Lancas' ter, were at thi nlace on buisness last week. Sanders Uro. brought from Osborno a load of corn for $3.00 per barrel. Mr. Tom Tapp bought from Mose Itay and Hob Long home meat hogs price Ui. per lb. Miss l'tMchie .Mae Samlers . was the guest of friends ami relatives in Lancaster list week. Miss Delia Johnson was the nttrac-Miss Jennie live guest of tier cmi-i- n Sparks last week. Mr. and .Mrs. I.ige McWilliam and Tor Full Information Apply to Nearest Ticket Agent. H. C. KING, Pass'r and Ticket Agent 101 East Main St., Lexington, Ky. BUYERS TO SHARE IN PROFITS LOWER PRICES ON FORD CARS Effective trom August 1, 1914 10 August 1. 1913and guaranteed against any reduction during that time. $400. TOURING CAR RUNABOUT SG90. TOWN CAR r I). II. Detroit, all car. fully tMllHIel. (Ill the I'utU'd State, of America mil?. Further, we will be able to obtain tho maximum efficiency in our factory production, and the minimum cost in nur purchasing and sales departments if we can reach an output of SOO.OUO cars between the nbove dates. And should we reach thi" production, we agree to pay as the buyers bhare. from $10. toJCO. per car (on or about August 1. 1915) ti every retail buyer who purchases a new Ford car between August 1. 1914 and August 1. 1915. For further particulars regarding these low plan see prices and profit-sharin- g Madison Garage, Richmond, Ky. Your Tobacco to Jhe Best Advantage lie MArsee, (iarrmd the fnllnwitip; baskets: !h) pound at SXt HuiiiN nf" i ;tiVl CASTOR i A for Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought county, 50 sold Grant Mnrsee, Garrard county sold the following baskets: pounds at cnts pounds nt ill cents 10(1 pounds at PWi pounds at 14 cents Til ounds at 12) cent liobinson & Hughes.of Garrard countv sold the following baskets. IlK'i Hi) 1110 cents Bears the Signature of PUBLIC 1 11 centt. e xKiinN at lf'l cent IIS cents pounds at l cents :fi iKiundi at Itaukin & Miiylleld, of Garrard County mill the following baskets 121 cents X, uml at . HJ cents 21.1 iwuntU hi ... 1 pounds at !'! cents HI cents l&i pounds at H cents lilU pounds at lcents SALE OF LAND. at the Court House door in will sell Lancaster. Ky, on .MONDAY. FEU. L'2mi. (County Court day) at 11 o'clock n. m. to the highest bidder my farm of 113 acres, located in (jarrrrd County Kv. on Drakes creek and near the Fall Lick pike and adjoining the lands of lieo. Ilrown and others. This is the farm where I now live and 1 will nhow the farm to any desiring to look at befoie Possession given within !W LOUISVILLE Fefo01 to 8,1915 and Chicago shows. - , 2:1(1 Kiunds at at 1(5 2("0 r iHjunds ut 131 15 11 cents cents cents cents 0 ' ,'S2l;H)iinds 1115 pounds at 21l) pounds at lt'cetits iNothing to equal it outside of New York More Exhibits Every Car of consequence will be shown. More Lavish and Original Decorations typifying Growing- Cotton. More Music Concorts Afternoon and Night. Come to Louisville "Auto Show" Week Show Opons Special Hotel Ratos 10 A. M. Cleaos to P. 25 CENTO M. Dally. ADMISSION AT THE ARMORY Creator than cvor in every feature. Tho Biggoot Auto Show in tho West or South. PEOPLES TOBACCO WAREHOUSE COMPANY. Incorporated. 0 9 9 9 I last week handsome little on were the guest of Sir. ami Mrs. Wm. Kay of Ilyattsville days from date of sale. TEUMS made known on day of sale J. l Italian!. Danville, Kentucky. FIELD SEEDS. 6 A. T. Sanders was in the citv last week buying their spring goods, they lines j one of the haniUomest J will have ever seen in this part of the country. Miss Katherlne Uourne of Lancaster, entertained at I took last Wednesday evening in honor ot her visitor Miss 1'enchie May Sanders, delightful re-- j freshments were served and all the' young people reorted a grnud time. Miss Myrum Clouse nnd Coleman lacker surprised their many friends last Wednesday evening by driving to Lancaster, and being married by Itev. j Ileagle, they ore being showered with good wishes and congratulations by Personal Stationery Should be Engraved or Embossed nowadays. It reflects grjod taste and at once creates a favorable impression. I 4MBvr Wt , '0 jfflH I Dakota Jack's INDIAN REMEDIES liavo made lilt turns famous all over the United States and Canada. Compoted of Root., Herb., Barks and Berries, For treatment of Human Diieatet. Pureley's Indian Herbs 41 Days' Treatment. Dakota Jack's Co boy Liniment Dakota Jack's Creme Soap, Piiccl0c,3bvt ,.LL C. C. & ON J. RICHMOND. KY. their friends. o I Imve a full lino of hlgli-lirnd- mW ifl A TRAINING SCHOOL FOR TILXCHERS Ci.iirM'slciidhiK lo l.lfiiicntary. Inlerniiillalo and I.tfo Klsta IVrlllu ales. Vulk' III all lulille HeliooU of henhinil.il Coiinen and Uevlew CourM's. Tu t un splt'iiillil dorinltorlrs. new Kn e to ApiKilnlees. iiulfl e IiimiI, new uianual trslnliig bullillnif, practiio trhool deiurtliu'iit of oitr'cuuure, a wen eipiipien l)oniello tsileuce. First Term begins vniiianliiiii. Svnteiulw-7. Heeond Term Kovcmlier 1(1, Third Term '.'l'.. To Field Seeds which 1 nm ollcrini nt very attractive prices If interested, ask fur samples nnd prices "The Best Laxative I Know Of. W. Bush Nelson, Lexington. Kentucky. 1'ourlliTe mi Aprils, BiiniincrBchoolopena January I'rr.Mrm. Jufie lli latalognu 1'ree. j u. t'll "I have Bold Chamberlain's Tablets for several years. People who have used them will take nothing else, I can recommend them to my customers us the best laxative and cure for constipation that I know of," writes Frank Strouse. Fruitland, Iowa. For sale by all dealers. l.m Suppose you come and, sec the many beautiful samples we have and get our prices. jjX Vikv THIS JHH kWpBBBI (KajjjQflH u&'lflB SI 00 2 So 2Ss SAlr AT I Central Record. Tht Noittmnttrn Cobuy oniaiN.ton or PURSLIY'J INDIAN HERBS J. E. Slormes and R. E. McRoccrls. 4 Page 8 j CARDS. LISTEN an i The Central Record, Thursday Feb 4 1915. 3 65 Merritt, Henry 8 acres It 07 2 59 Iteid, Barney, (heirs) 4 acre 3 f5 Roads, Hannah 4 acres... 3 01 Royston, Kate 3 acres 8 30 Stuart, Yantls 7 acre U. F. Robinson. Sheriff of Garrard County Ky, Successor to C, A. Robinson. I Sheriffs Sale FOR Leavell, Tom 1 acre Lewis, Allen (N R) 1 aero 1 G7 ANNUAT, Klll'OKT OP THIt LIVE STOCK HUSBANDRY FEEDING Animal's mMli Financial city of Condition Ol' TIIK the old ReliableBarberShop still runs nt the some old stnml on OF On Monday, February 112nd, 191G, nt Richmond street. one o'clock, in front of the Court House U. R. NEXT. door in Lancaster, Ky., 1 will olfer to the highest bidder for cash, to much of s the following described property. wllliay the State, County and district school taxes lor tne year law. The purchaser is entitled to deed in twu years and intercit at the rate of 30 per cent per annum and 15 per cent damages if redeemed in that time. These are the uncollected taxes of the IN THE CITY OF LANCASTER Ii. M". Harrow, Graduate Optician late C. A. Robinson, nnd must be paid in order fo close up his business. UUa.n f Ittrd.satiifaclton Cluarantted. fXl8,.XS THE HORSE. For the fiscal year from January mmx I IMi REPORT ALL H. M. DUNCAN UNPAID TAXES FOR THE YEER 194. Waloht the Dot Guid. at to Quantity of Its Ration. It Is it great lultnle to stuff n horse with its much food an It will en I. under the idea Hint strength nnd eiiduriiuca can lie tottled tip or stored n a to In; drnwu upon ns leipilrcd. says the A merlon n Cultivator. It Is nko n tnlatnke to auppoac that a, heavy feed etllclently coinpctnatcs for a long fast. Those horses "Mo" best, look best mid work liest that are fed In moderate Humilities nt short and regular Intervals. Horses should be fed early In the morning, so that digestion has time to take place before 12, 1914 to December 31,1914 iiM-urrs o Taaiariilli-i'li- llalaiicera.li mi baud Jan lillsll. Flura.recehrd from Judge Harris rinea rrcelved from Judir I'ratber t'lillrcied lur illlliut sired" I'rnnt Odd t'ellona rrnevi'ds Nina CIIIii ih .National Hunk l.(u)Oi .. Total iio.m; M tll.slll'KSKMKNTS. Salarv .... I.ICCIl.el Collected d ; un It ;i; no xo ioi io (M KENTUCKY. THE NEW and NO. I. WHITE. Acton, Smith, N. It. 2 Dennis, Elisha, 1 acre acres... S S 13 Barber Shop Opposite Post Ollicp. NO. 1, COLORED. . 10 18 Bath In Connection. J. E. Seale,Prop Adams, Geo. V. 26 acres $ Anderson. Gran nnd Mary, 10 A Adams, l'ete, N It 1 acre Hlack, Julia, 1 acre Uurdett, Hob. N It 2 acres .... 2 3 1 1 Honakers Fine Cut Flowers. John M. McRoberts. H. Clay Kauffman, Street Middleton, Ed (hrs) T. L. .... Robinson, Arthur, 10 aares ... Simpson, Bettie (hrs) 1 T. L. . 1 1 llurdett, llright. 2 acres Uurdett, Jim, 4 acres Faulkner Uro, 1 T. L Floyd. Jack. T. L Floyd, John. 1 T. I Hlatt, Edith, 1 T. Hlalt. Reuben (N Rl 1 T. L..'.. Kavanaugh, Walker, 1 T. L. . ., Letcher. Mary, 1 T. L 1 1 G 9 C Arnold, Mrs W. A 90 Arnold Allie nnd Mary 53 Anderson, Mrs. Pattie Bastin. C. B Ball, J. B 71 Burnett, Dr. Wm 19 Conn, J. A and C. L. Conn. J. A 80 Conn, J. B 30 Conn Bros., 23 Elkin, Carlton 93 Elkin, Mrs. Tom. (11. r.), 10 Ford, A. D 87 61 18 $ 5 35 19 CO 33 00 .1 61 bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbkC' t 2 25 5 44. 26 25 4 87 5 25 aaBaaaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBaH Francis, Joe G Farris, Mary G 1 Haselden and Hamilton 2 90 Hospital, The Lancaster li ... 42 75 5 29 2 62 13 5 7 GO OG GO 3 00 7 12 22 50 Jailer tor attending Timn Clock IH no Snrervl.orsliil.1 la ui K. Tomtln.oli HalarrA CimiMl M Ifl ror i ii in ic- i.ignting isniowm l.ta.1 nil " sinking fund I.'.VO io ' Klra Pvparttnent 2s : un street. ipart IVIS a.t is to " t'harltle 14 It 111 " Telephone account ID 1( 0 00 Tran.fered to W W riind Trau. fered to Mond Fund CM ttefund to II. K Herndon VI V) , I'aldW II. Ma.nn. cn.t In Popecaac. MM I" W. Mcltoberta feea In Telephone ju no Paid for llor.e. lu ll II W Calmer III. Citv book. SO C) Coal and Irelght account paid nntnl JftT M tbl. fiiml ('nun lire, account IM .11 M J Tiu.ler acc'l .urveylug 1911 I'll M MUecllanenu. .. aft II .Mounting Cannon. l it I'at. I tit Urn. National nank Note. !.: ro W I.. Slagg, niood Hound. on 170 U Ha.eldeu llroa account Salary A'e.nr Hit Pal on Central Ksnrd account li so r1 (larrard Milling Co . account llalance op Hand Total t'llj Cfltinclliiieiillsiio Mayor citri:ierk. t'ltr Attorney Manlial. I'ald Klra police " " " " null... no io as vi i ; list of Leading Periodicals Especially Prepared for Readers of The Central Record. HERE IS OUR OFFER TO YOU. A Carefully Selected I H 111 V IIS M a; i.i The Central Record - 1 year. year. Cincinnati Weekly Enquier 1 yr Boys Magazine, monthly 1 invti; SI Hemphill, 13 72 2 59 9 16 3 54 J. C Johnson, J. R ; .'...3 2 60 GO No. 2 WHITE. Loman, Win .Murphy, Elisha Mahan, Mrs. Wm Pollard, Geo. (Heirs), 7 is 0 00 9 1 0O Attorney-At-La- w Offices on Danville Office I'hone !H. over Post Office. Brown, Joseph and Wife 5 acres $ 4 82 Prather, J. P 7 47 Palmer, G. W Crank, John 10 acres Duncan. E. A. (heirs) N. R. 1C0 A 23 92 Raney, Webb Hudson, J. S. 91 acres 23 30 Smith, John W No 2 COLORED. Allen George 27 acres, 1 town lot 1912-1- 3 $12 $21.00. 1914 8 Banks Philips 6 acres. 4 Caldwell H. 1 acre Cochrell Frank and Bill 4 acres . 9 7 Dunn Bill 1 acre.. 3 Dunn Buck (heirs) 2 acres 4 Dunn Dave 1 acre 4 Duun Sam 1 acre 1 Farley Tom 1 acre 8 Floyd Alex 5 acres.. Floyd Will G acres 8 1 Gamett Will (heirs) 1 acre 3 Hicks Mary B. (heirs) 1 acre . . Price, Josephine 87 ..13 27 Telegraph, Woods, Mrs 74 10 CO V. U., n. r. Garrett, H. J. PATRICK, Dentist. Kentucky. .... 4S 55 Walter, Mrs. Chairs Walker and Henry Watson, T. K Walker, J. Wesley... Walker, John F. n. r Paint Lick, DrW. E. McWilliams Physician and Surgeon. 92 92 28 73 73 WATER RENTS OWING FOR It rather causes digestive disturbance, THE YEAR 1914. Arnold, W. A Conn, J. B $ 32 00 I 88 6 37 4 60 52 they are taken out to work, nnd nose bags should be curried, or the anlmali 1 13 26 25 returned to the stable, so that tliej may be fed during the day. No heap75 ed up manger or full rack nt night, 2 0G when the horse returns empty and tlr 1 69 td, can compensate for the nboeucc of 5" food for many hours from n stomach which lu naturu is kept two thirds full. The general Improvement of trie various breeds of horsa as In any Siven Una of live atock production muat come largely through the uzo of good sires. Tha uio of Inferior, nondeacrlpt aires, nhlla yet practiced to some extent, has Ionic since been found to be ono of the factors which tend to decrease tha profit; hence In the selection of aires tba farmer should look to the ranks of registered stallions. The Illustration show a a pure bred Pcrcueron, a prlxe winner this year. WATKK WOIIKS RKVKNI'K ItEOKlrTS. lUlance from ItiH I Wal r rent. collected' I.Ma IT tr.i no Ami tran.ferrcl from general fund .. .. its year. Farm and Fireside Todays Magazine, monthly yr. Poultry Pointers, monthly 1 year 1 1 -- llencltlecl.ll u Total lllsnCUSKMKNTH. J.ll7w .... Our special bargain price for all six, one year Supt'a Salarv Knglneer Salary . . Printing account Kttra Wora at Plant Siipidte. nnd reoalr. Coal, freight and Hauling Allrit: V ! .. i Total II I.'.lll W CUT. Clerk. L.O. IIAV1P90N. Mayor ONLY $1.75 This astonishing; olTcr is limited nnd mtiy be withdrawn nt any time without further notice. We therefore ndvise you to tnkc ndvnu of it, ns you tuny never unin linve such nn op.xirttmity wherein you can so much valuable nnd interesting readme; matter for so little money. This is positively one of the hijest nnd lcst combination bargains ever presented to the public. You j!ct nil your home news, n high clnss nntionnl weekly newspnner. the very liest juvenile magazine, the world famous nntionnl furm niiijlazinc. a lending nnd lu. tluentinl womnns mngnzinr, and n lending poultry monthly. 1 his is rcnlly n home group, appealing, instructive nnd interesting to every member of your family. Remember this olTer is good for a short time only. All subscriptions inny be new or rcncwnl. If renewal your time will be extended. y-- Every Woman a Nurse. ..i..: 24 00 20 00 21 00 18 00 7 00 I 63 Lancaster Lumber & Mfje Co... 55 Herndon, Wm Phone 387-BUCKEYE. KY. Jackson Henry 1 acre ' 4 28 Herndon, H. K 4 28 Hudson, B. F. Mullins John 1 acre Prompt Service day and night. Ready Siras 2 acres 6 19 Jones, Jim 5 55 Joseph Mercantile Co Ready Ed 1 acre Segar Geo and Ed (heirs) 1 acre 2 27 Lackey, Mrs D. M 6 83 Mount, J. R Simpson Geo 4 acres 6 19 Mount, J. M Smith John 1 acre 5 02 Mason, W. B., balance due, Smith Joseph 1 acre 6 19 Marsee, Noah FUNERAL DIRECTOR Smith Ben 1 acre 4 92 Wherritt, Tom Taylor Ed 2 acres Offlce Over National Bank. 3 55 Taylor Tom (heirs) 15 acres Residence I'hone 3. Office Phone 27 Williams Willie 12 acres 8 73 LANCASTER, KY. NO. 3. COLORED. II 00 7 00 25 00 4 50 12 00 12 00 J. S.Beazlev M. K. Denny anfi W. A. Wheeler Doctors Of Dental Surgery. OrDce: iiurinea B'llldlugarti Hurt A Audr aou'a Furiitmrd Store. LANCASTER KENTUCKY. Doty, Leslie & wife, I acre Doty, Louia & wife, 1 acre Hickman, Logan, 15 acres Leavell, Ed, 8 acres Logan, Chas, 10 pcres I'olts, America, 5 acres Wrenfro, Wils. 3 acres Warren, Joe, 2 acres ... $ G 74 farmer's column! 5 98 16 30 6 69 5 74 ripace helow thia beading la for the exclu tve use of our farmer sub.crlte.ra. and la for the sale of atock. g am aud aucb thing on farm aa the farmer cannot afford to stiver' 55 tlae. No notice will e accepted over fonr 3 8 20 Hues, and will be only In 'an la.ne. of the sroan. free of charge 5 96 good Poland china FOR SALE:-- A NO. 3. WHITE. Odus Naylor. boar. $ 23 GO Adkinson, Josie, 96 acres 4 92 1 acre Burton, J. B. one dozen good hemp For Sale:-Abo7 89 brakes. R. K. Speaks, Lancaster R Calico, W. A. 2 acres 9 39 Casey, Mote. J acre whii Fob. Sai.r Imnrnved riir!.v 14 25 Davis, Nelson, 30 acres 10 Ct seed. Jerry Higgins Lancaster, Ky. Doolin, Herman, 9 acres .. ... 19 23 Route no. 1. Office at Rainey a Livery Stable. Fathered!. J. W. 35 acres -- nice Shetland Lancaster, Kentucky McLear. Geo, (N R) 7 acres, . .. 8 89 For SAI.K-Sev- eral 38 12 Ponies that I will sell cheap. Ray, J. R. 79 acres Price 8 12 them and see. W. E. Moss. Wm, (N It) 22 acres., Simpson. Orflce Houri omce Wot side 8 80 Sparks, Cloud, 27 acres .m to li. J p.m. to 1 LeilinttouMrrat Mr. J. B. Leavell of Ilryanlsville. NO. 4 WHITE has a good young jersey cow with Baker, Daniel 4 acres .....$ 16 37 heifer calf that he will sell worth the money. Geo. 46 acres, 1913 DENTIST. 21 45 $61.85, 1914 Lancaster, Ky. Phone f5. LOST-black Newfoundland dog, in 5 55 Brock, Emmett. 30 acres or around Lancaster, has white spots 5 66 Brock, Ira, 15 acres his necK. Any information will Official Directory Of Garrard County. 7 2t under Brock, John, 50 acres be greatly appreciated. Uyrd. M. V. (N R) 06 acres .... 23 26 Circuit JuHte l!ou. c'iiariea A. Hardin, Miss Lena Schooler, Hyattsville Ky. . t'omiiititisvalttia Attorney Hon. Kininet 7 46 Byrd, Wm. 33 acres Creech, Wm. (N R) 16 acres.... 2 02 STOCK SALT. in II. JI..UH. Circuit 'l,tlt-vi- lll. Cumrrins, Mat A. (N R) 41 acres 7 99 Maitrr 1 .innnloloiif r W. II. Hrunll 6 19 we will Fields, J. S. 2 acres it K. Kobln.o 1 ru.lt c Jury ruul Mm). Official Stenographer Ml., cue Hit 'bj Hawley, Fannie 109 acres 4 81 $1 Maaou. 5 24 Helton, Atex 50 acres t'ouuty Judge C. A. Arnold. Hughes. Hudson 4 28 Holmes, Sum 10 acres County Alto'liur O, (. Walker, t 10 00 Lakes, Edward 35 acres County Clerk J. W. Ilauilllou. Strayed: From my place on Sugar Ufpui) clvrl Harry Toinlliuou. G93 Lakes, Shad 25 acres weight about 350 Coroner J. A. Jour.. 4 20 Creek, two heifers, Lamb, Alex 1 acre A ltDliiu.nu, atinllT- Kunds, color red, ono with horns, one G 30 Lamb, Sam 25 acres Deput) nLrlfZ 4jiurg T. Ballard. Will pay for any Informa 5 G5 dehorned. Buperlutvudaut ol sctioola ML. Jeuule llli McQuerry. J. T. 35 acre tion. (ilia. L, W. 53 acres 30 15 McQuerry, Fred J. Conn, R 1. Lancaster Ky. A.tta.or Have Haudert. 6 19 McQuerry' R. M. 2 acres 1 puty Aa.va.or K. B. Kay. 200 bushels For Sale;-Abonice 2 30 Parker, Mrs. Lucy 15 acres Jailer Hate Hon Will sell 12 51 clean orchard grass seed. Robinson, Chas. 70 acres Hunvrvlaurof Kcada Cleveland Bourne, , rrea.urer J. W. Klmore. Ross &. Moore (N R) 210 acres. . . 4 30 cheap if sold at once. J. T. Anderson, Lancaster R. It. 2. MAOIRTKATl.S. 2 27 Todd & Son 20 acres Or. Wm. D. Pryor, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. B. P "WA.LTISR error among plant owner undue economy to the heat that may be carried In water resulting from the condensation of steam They conversely greatly underestimate tbo heat ourrlisl In exhaust ion in As a matter of fact, the heat lu a isjiind of TREATING STOCK WOUNDS. water at -- - degrem Is only Wl BritAn Antiseptic Solution Should Be Kept ish thermal units reckoned ttbore ttio freezing jsjlut. wherein In n sund of In Every Barn. There should be lu every burn a steam at the same temperature thu quantity of disinfectant that may be beat units number 1.1.7). Heine if this readily mixed ultu water and ued In steam Is condensed lu a radiator It the case of wounds sustained by any gives nut !7ll hint units, and the drip of the stck. writes n correspondent of will contain 10 heat units. Hnglneer-lu- g Macazlue. the American Cultivator. I'otusMum teruiingiuinte is excellent uml ran be His Experiment. purebiiM-nt nuy drug store In powder An Irishman went Into n hardware form nud ".nil in wuter in amounts such us will color the water u light store to tiuy n looking glass. The shopred. It has the advantage out ninny man brought him some to choose from. I'at left one on the counter nud. antiseptics of not Irritating a Minimi. walking bnelc n fe feet, elosisl Ills Creollii Is uImi wry largely uml, ndd ed t water until it gives :t milky np eyes "What are 'n closing your ejes peurnnce. In fact, any of the antiseptics will keep it wound for?" asked the shopkeeper. "Ilcdad." said P.it. "I want to sro flee from Infection If tisml carl. and slceping."-Cbl-ra- go lisik tinformation of largo running sores how News. when I'm will thus be prevented. A Mralcli or A common Is to ascribe 1 and that means either nit ncutu attack of colic or feebleness and lack of condition. Horses with largo bones and loose looking Joints generally require more food In proportion to their weight than short, closely knit, compact nnlmals. but no fixed principles can be applied, ami In reguljtlng the food allowance to a stable of horses It requires luttl-llgesupervision to note the necessity fur un Increase or the desirability for a decrease in Individual eases. Weight may be made the basis of feeding, and sufficiency or lustiltlclency may In; deduced from Increase or decrease. If the weight diminishes under any kind of work whether It 1 hauling, hunting or harness It is because the food supplied Is not sufficient for the energy expended. If the horse maintains Its weight It la neither overfed nor overworked. If It gains weight It hi being too highly fed nod food Is being wasted. Krery wiun.iii. r .it leat itlnimt overy woman, tuts, at "lie lime it mh other of her life, eliiirtre nf the health of sutnelmly. whellier lilul nr invalid In other wnrd. every woinsn Is it iitirxe. livery day anlliir kimwi- edgp or the knowledge of nursing, nr. In other words, of how tn put the constitution In such it stale ns ttmt It will have no dl'ense or that It mil issover from disease, takes it hlclier pl.ne. It Is recogulzed ns the knowli-dewhich every one ousht to hare distinct frvm e medical knowleilge. which only a profession can have. If. then, every woman must at some time or other In her life become a nurse namely, have charge of somebody's health how Immeuse and how valuable would be the product of her united eipcricncc If every woman would think how to nnrsc Florence Klghtlncale. Values In Exhaust Staam. Subscribe Call Now-TO-D- AY. or mail all orders to We CENTRAL RECORD. All For $3.50 Evening Post, daily for one year Home and Farm, for one year. 24 Page War Atlas and The Central Record one year at the cut price of $3.50 for all. This offer is only good for the month of January. While sell it for lasts .25 per barrel 6 1, N. While , Lofanlaou 2nd, Hiat. Julius. Ildm .ird, DM. auin Coldlron Ith, Pl.t. COUNTY BUAKIi Of KUL'OATIOt' Tnompa Arnold. Jr. lat. Pl.t. K. D. HcJLurlr), Jiul. pl.t. O, J. lleu.lreu. Ird, Plat. Thomas I'. Kins. lu Pl.t. OlTVOr MSCAsTKH. Mayor U. U. liavldauu. City Judne J.l". fralher. City Altoruay J. K. Kobinton. Hurl. City Clrk-r.- G. City Ataeaaor JobD M. Mount. City Treaiurw W. K. Cbam, Clittl I'ollca L. K. llerrou. COUNCILMKN lit. Pl.t. NO. 4. COLORED Buford, Fred 4 acres Burnside, Clay 1 acre Burnaide, Smith 6 acres...... Denny, Sarah (heirs) 23 acres.. Faulkner, Jane (heirs) 2 acres. . . . 4 81 nice Duroc boar, weight Any information (Hjunds. 7 01 Torn Chesnut. 6 19 will be appreciated. Marksbury, Ky. LOST-- A about 150 Faulkner, Abe 15 acres Faulkner, "Will 1 acre Faulkner, Will 2 acre Goodloe, Dr. S. S. 2 acres Hutchinson, Geo. 1 acre Jones, Dan 3 acres Kavanaugh, Mary 8 acres Kennedy, Ed. li acre Kennedy, John 1 acre Kennedy, Sim li acre Leavell, Jonaj 1 acre .... , CraerOrecory. W. M.Zanoat. Or, J, A, Alaoo, 1. II.Daltou Ham Cotton. W, O. Ooodloe goo'd work ana 'saddle 3 Si For Sale-3 S3 mare, also two coming 2 year old mare 7 67 mules and 1 coming yearling horse mule 4 92 T. W. Conn. R. R 1. Lancaster Ky. 4 92 2 02 JLost Monday January 25th two spott 4 96 ed hounds. The bitch has a collar with 7 21 the name of W. A. Wade, Versailes, 3 55 Ky., and the dog; a collar with the 4 28 name of Woods Walker. Any informa G 19 tion will be appreciated. 4 28 Woods Walker. 5 98 Paint Lick. Ky., It. It. Np. 2 wound, small us it may ! nt first, On Time. may quickly lieeiuni Infected, mid then "Is this train running on time!" It will not henl until the Infection lias "I should bay so." answered the contutu fiord from the germs that are rauslug the trouble Hut If treatment ductor. "It can't run any other way. Is. at unre the trouble ran mu The company has hut to get so iiimiy ally be prevented by bathing two or extensions of credit thnt tho wliole toad Is now ruiitilng on time," Washthree times a day with an iintNeptk' ington Star. -- olutlon, which will keep the wound lean so that It will rapidly heal. Making Sure. The best home treatment of uld sores "I will show my love not by words, Is to bathe thrill twii or thiee times li " diy with hydrogen peroxide mid sy- but by deeds "I think, dear, you had better show ringe them nut with warm water, followed by it bin.'ill iiiaiitlt of the same the deeds to our lawyer" llnltlmore antiseptic. However. In the caw of ti American. vtotuul of long standing It Is nearly Feeding tha Yearling Dull. always advisable to consult u compeFor n jenrllng bull wo know of no tent veterinarian, who will prescribe better feed than silage In limited treatment only after n thorough exam- - quantities, clover hay In abundance nation. and enough ground feed to keep tho condition, animal In gisid physical Wintering Drood Sows. (round oats and corn lire gtssl to feed Keep the brood sow In good, thrifty with clover or alfalfa liny, nnd u small mid healthy condition. Allow her plot). feed of oil men I would bo excellent. A ly of exercise, l et-- her green food In iiilllclent amount of fe.ed should tie the winter. She Is very fond of alfalgiven to keep, him growing, but not fa hay and mangel beets with one feed necessarily beef fat. Hoard's. Dairyper day of middlings nnd inllk. Give man. . her ii dry. comfortable straw lied, also p'enty of fn-s- h water, and she will Apples For Dairy Cows. v, Intel lu prime condition. Apples nro only it fair feed for dairy :owh. Aeeordlug to results of experiments, they nro equal to about 40 per' rent of tho feeding value, of rorn silage. It Is perhaps their rather low feeding value that has led to tho opinion that when fed they dry up tho cows. SPECIAL and OFFER . Daily Louisville Herald The Central Record BY MAIL FOR ONE YEAR AT Special Price Of $3.00. Kentucky's Greatest Newspaper delivered at your home each day including your home paper, at the. price of $3.00. CASTOR I A for The Infants and Children.. Kind You Have Alwajt Bwght Boars the Signature of Value of Succulent Fsad. I.lvo stock, dairy cows especially, peed succulent feed to do their best work. Hllago furnishes this and has a raruo that la not alone measured by the digestible nutrients It may This offer positively expires on February 28th, 1915.