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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): February 11, 1915 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1915 cen1915021101_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 11, 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 RELWIOS, UNTARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT TWFNTT FIFTH TEAR. '4 NUMBER LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, FEBRUARY ajj Please hand us that $ Margaret Snow, the fascinating ncrrcn artist will lie seen nt her best tomorrow night. Imtead of making her look like n peach the. gowns, now In use, cause women to resemble aweet iotato small rial clown. "A Farm eitiert". according to the St. Paul Pioneer Press, "says that hem nccil to he amused." Might read the daily egg quotations to them. There are two reasons why some people dont mind their own business. One. is that they haven't any mind, and the other that they haven t nny bus! ncss. Uncle Ilrls llruce saya he could get more work done if he had 11 claxon horn on his wheel barrow, so he could 'scare dese idle young niggers" out of his way. II. 1915. 48.' POOR OLD JOSH BLEVIINS. m 'f YOU should not continue to use a horse whose feet are defective. We Are For We now have a man who can arrest this trouble All kinds of Carriage Repairs, Rubber, Tires, Etc. The full skirts have long been announced, today they are an actuality. Even n cloth shirt may usplre to a five-yar- d circumference, but few aspire to Iff p PREPAEING FOR CARNIVAL. BEREA COLLEGE. President Wilaon will speak at a meeting in Washington City, Feby. l!4th. in the interest of Uerea College. Mrs. Wilson had always taken a deep interest in this institution and its mountain youth students. The youngpconle of Danville are busv now planning the decorations for floats to be used in the annual carnival parade. Everyone interested is striving to hit upon something new, and it is safe to say some novel and exceedingly attractive designs will be brought out. The Carnival being the leading social feature in Danville during the year, the people generally unite with the college men in an effort to make it en joyable and attractive. Miss Mary Rodes was chosen by the "C" men as Queen of the carniyal. BY g Wrra aerobes 5A 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. BUY A SA BA Wagon Harness and Plow Gear. nnyu U aoUAnl PLUSH iftiim Dnu I ncno- Lancaster, lt4 1 nnn-riirn- o g ft till tliern. IIEUNDON "Our good old friend Josh Illevins. once a verv rich man. Zudorn will be The next episode declares that hu has had so many lawsuits lately that he has nothing left now shown at the Opera House tomorrow uut tne little home Ih which he lives and a lame white dog". night. This coming installment, TOMMNSON "Well, you and I have handled all his lecal business for to ndvancu assurances, 19 one yean, you know, and I think tho best thing he could do would be to engage us of the most thrilling yet produced. rigni now to clinch for him this remnant of his property". While some say the Wilson Administration is responsible for hard times, PIANO TUNING:-Fo- r few days, tele- there are others who say it la cauted phone C. F. BROTHER POLLITT BETTER. Allen. Kengqrlan Hotel. by women's non use of petticoats. Of course if it isn't the Democrats, its After being confined to his home for Any one wishing Pattie Shells. Heat- the women. en Hiccuits and Heart cukes for Val- more than a week, we are glad to that Hev. S, II. Pollitt has suf entine. Call phone 08. Those who spend all their time readficiently recovered to be able to Till his Had Senator 1) mil ley lived out his pulpit at the Ilible and singing at church will ing the Methodist church here bo surprised when they get to Heaven term in the United States Senate, he next Sunday morning and evening. would have voted as did Senator Cam and find tho men v. ho always paid for the Record occupying rejerved scats den on the Ship Purchase Kill. tli ilankit ran TM ROK ron TOUR DUN COMPORT Sold by LANKtT Ton aTNCIT It U1C tf Ky. Let Us Show You Our Line of Harness. a, I .1 V Ct I L1VL rvjUfXO 3 EE 22 ZZ&Z& DC HASELDEN BROS. Wholesale and Retail Hardware. gtThe Nappanee W reading it. 77 42- - 'A Best on the market. Ask tlicSc men who luivc them. W E. Muss, John Adnms. Jus Clark. R, L Burton, W T Urndshnw.J. B, Kinnnird. It is n perfectly safe bet that every d unemployed adult in Louis- ville not a criminal and willing to work could secure work on a Kentucky farm. Farm labor is rarely too plentiful, and for a good man there is always room. 3E 31 IE 31 IE READ - -- READ L, S. A. HILL. AGENT, LANCASTER. KY. E3I 1 EE J inElla Flagg Young, a sufTraglst. sists upon paying an income tax tho GOOD SILO. she is exempt, white Dr. Anna Shaw insists she will not pay the tax tho she The advertisement of Mr. S. A. Hill is liable. And yet there are those who which appears in this issue of the fear that if the woman are enfranchis- Kecord, announces the fact that he has ed they will vote as a unit! the agency again this year for the GET OUT YOUR HIDDEN MONEY. BORROW MORE, BEG THE REST Child-ren- W. 0. Funeral Lancaster. Offlce Phone 18. RIGNE Y Embalmer. Kentucky. Residence Phone 33. Oirector and One of the ways in which you will help you? child and the teacher will be to see that he is properly supplied with In the old days the pencils pencils. were taken un at night and given out in the morning. Ilessie Smith, with her catarrh, sucked the end of the pencil one day; your boy chewed it the next morning. This simple plan has been abolished, but it is still in effect to some extent where parents are negligent in supplying pencils. You cannot expect the teacher to have a new pencil for each child. Nappanee silo, which is said, by those who are using them, to be one of the ENDORSED best on the market. and come to the great SHOE SALE. SELLS GROCERY. Mrs. W. II. Ward, who hag conduct-Kecor- d ed a grocery in the Central building for the past 12 years. sold out her interests, last week to D. White Marsee, who will conduct the business at this popular stand. Head his f nouncement on another page this issue. an-o- SCHOOL BOARD. The official proclamation issued by the Board of Health of the county, ordering that all children in the city and vicinity be vaccinated, is endorsed by the entire school board and the county officials- - While there is no amall-po- x In the city, this precautionary measure was only taken to prevent the spread of the disease. ZELMA YOUNG'S MURDERER CAUGHT. A dispatch from Lexington to the city papers Monday said: John Walker, colored, arrested today at Logan, West Virginia, according to otlicials, confessed to the muder of Zelmn Young, a white girl at Danville, Ky., last Mav. The girl was found lying in bed with her headsevered from her body. A big reward was offered and many clews were run down without success. The negro left his hat in the li3B3e and tins led to his capture after a long e nte It is said he was trying to enter the house when the girl surprised him und he killed her. 2,000 pairs of Mens, Ladles and s Shoes going at cost and below. $3.50 shoes $2.50, $5. shoes at $3.60, $2.50 shoes at $1.75. $1.25 and 98 cents. If you will only come you will find shoes that you will buy, don't miss the bargains as shoes are getting higher every day. G-- . BIG AUTOMOBILE SHOW. OVERDRAFTS ON AND AFTER- MOR E MARCH 15, The attendence at the Louisville Auto Show broke all records and was most successful trom every point of view. During the evenings there were hundreds of men and women dancing. the music, the lights, the glistning cars and swaying dancers made a spectacle leng to be remembered. DONE BY ORDER OF COUNCIL M. LYONS LANCASTER. KENTUCKY. E 31 IE HE 1L 1915. By reason of an order issued by the Banking Commissioner at Frankfort Ky, to The Garrard Bank and Trust Co, of Lancaster, Ky and by reason of orders issued by the Comptroller of Currency at Washington D. C to The National Bank, and the Citizens National Bank, of Lancaster, Ky., we the undersigned banks acting under these respective orders, will not be allowed to pay any check, order or note of any one unless he has the money on deposit to his credit sufficient to pay the same when presented. This will be enforced so far as possible from this date, and The list of delinquents for taxes and water rent were printed by order of the city council. The council had also advertised for a month that they would print the names of all who had not paid. Mr. Herron states he had called upon all who had not paid, besides notifying them, thru the paper, it would he done. ZUDORA IN THE GARRARD WORK COUNTY BONDS SELL I RED LETTER DAYS. BRING GOOD r RICES i AND AT1; STRICTLY ENFORCED ON AND AFTER MARCH 1515 With Lincoln':! birthday Friduy. St. Valentine's day Sunday, Mardi Urns the following Tuesday, the solemn observance of Ash Wednesday on February 17, ond Washington's birthday February 22, live important holidays will fall within the scope of ten days. We are getting to have so many holidays we will have tn mark the working days red on the calender. SOU'S. i les-I- SYNOPSIS. Zudora. heiress to $20,000,000, is placed in the guardianship of her uncle, Hassam Ali, a mystic. .iassam All Is determined to secure the girl's fortune for himself and when she becomes of age he makes every effort to bring about her death. Zudora is in love with a young lawyei, John Stotm, and she seeks permission of her miserly uncle to marry him. liaison Ali prom ises to grant her wish, provided she ahall solve twenty of his cases. as we will be obliged to obey these orders from the departments of the state and of the Comptroller of the Currency at Washington, D. C. We are giving this information to all of our depositors, with request that they bear the same In mind and govern themselves the accordingly, to the end that we may both be spared any possible annoyance resulting from overlooking It. We will much appreciate your, aid and in helping bring about this necessary change. Signed MATS. COHEN. The Carrard Bank and Trust Co., The National Bank, Citizens National Bank. - A representative of the Kecord, while In Stanford Monday, interviewed politician a well known and wide-a-wak- e who laid; "I've been pretty well over the State and from what I've seen and heard, I firmly believe Mat Cohea will poll the largest vote in' the August primary of any candidate for a State olllce. Ilia popularity, together with his earnest way of meeting people, Impresses them and carries astrongseitl-men- t In favor of hi candidacy." Quite a great ,f interest was shown here las ho it was advertised that he County bonds to the amou' i of $l,".C)i would y by i oinmissirr.. be Bold nt punlic o. er W. F. Chump, wi iva ;: jioir.f J to negotiate the sale by the Fiscal Court several eks ugo. About fifteen and firms from different parts of the country were on hand and the bidding was spirited from the beginning. The bonds were sold in three series, of $5,000 each, due and payable in five, ten and fifteen years from date of issue and bearing C per cent interest per annum, the interest payable annually, Elston, Clifford and Co., of Chicago, were the highest and best bidden and secured the entire Issue for the nice sum of $10,031.00 or at a premium of $1031.00. The County Judge and entire Fiscal Court are to be congratulated upon the price secured for these bonds, which were voted by a handsome majority last fall for the Improvement of the Court House. Just as soon as the bondi are sent In and the money paid, which will be In a fewdavs, the Fiscal Court will then open the bids for the repairing to be done and the work in all probability will be started by March the first. Col. A. M. Ilourne, who's fame as an auctioneer, Is known all over the state, was at his best In crying the bids for the bonds and did so with the same ease and grace that he would In selling a sow and pigs to a Court dsy audience. TWENTY MILLION $ MYSTERY. See her at the Opera House FRIDAY NIGHT. Both Press and public are complimenting this costly play, as each Episode of this picture grows better and more exciting. ADMISSION 5 AND 10 CENTS. Page 2 The Central Record, Thursday Feb II, 1915. I I 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 does not give you a line on the present market. kind you probably have. We quote, every week, crops which have been sold within a few days, and only mention tobacco of average quality--th- e 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 30lh. Reagan 6 Ross, 5470 pounds - S. A. Best, 2450 pounds Wylie Sebastian 2835 pounds Thos Witt, 2440 pounds J. W. Farrish, 2,570 pounds We have crops that average 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, Hendrcn Long & Ross 2630 pounds Church SRiffert, 5010 pounds Waller Bennett, 6495 pounds 2260 pounds Shearer 3715 pounds - $263.26 496.03 303.17 568.69 756.14 average $11.60 average 13.35 average 11.53 average 11.35 average 11.64 We are doing this for your friends every week. Let us do it for you this week. HI The Sure Growing Kind LEAF TOBACCO INCORPORATED. WAREHOUSE RICHMOND, ed home from Somerset, after a visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mershon. Thomas Philips, senior member of The Praise That Comes From Thankful1 furnishing store of the Lancasler People. Phillips & Phillips, is suffering from an 1 I KENTUCKY. J Pens in l.an-I rBuy Gold MecM- SUDS WELL DESERVED , ' I I rieia Buy them from roar local teed dealer If bt can't supply you. writ at direct. LOUISVILLE SIED CO. LoulsvlUa, Ky. 2nd and Main Dealers Wanted serious kidney trouble. The kidney secretions were unnatural and Rave ALLEN "37" S805 unmistakable evidence of disordered IlEALEIt In each WANT a YK territory In tnn In Southern Ohio, adjacent entire Mite W. kidneys. It was mv cood fortune to cl hear of Doan's Khdey Virginia, Southern Indiana anil Pills and I be Kentucky to take on our line of LEWIS, ALLEN Our car. SIX', (rood, antl MKTZ automohllea. Han using them. In a short time my utl.fjr the owthti. anil jou nuke MONEY. From kidneys were normal." Thh $Ti up; slo one at ItU. Dealer Is a good chance to tike cn a lor an ritlbtl'hed Auto Price &0c. at all dealers. Don't simquit line of popular ears, or for a lire ply ask for a kidney remedy get Doans IIOTLKII with a little money and Kicking to builntM. Write Kidney Pill a first tlj irto the same that Mrs. Walilck fnr particular, to the Kactorr E. ter had. 1IOT011S COMPANY, n Co., Props., .1'inth it., Cincinnati. Ohio. Buffalo. N. Y. e One kidney remedy has known merit. Lancaster people relv upon it. That remedy is Doan's Kidney Pills. Lancaster testimony proves it reliable. Mrs. B. F. Walter, Hill St.. Lancas-te- r, Ky says: "I never fail to praise Doan's IC'dney Tills when I have the opportunity, as they are certainly a fine remedy. I have not been without n supply in the house for years. Whenever my back becomes lame and painful, a few doses brine; me instant relief. At one time 1 feared that I had attack of grip. merchants of Stanford for about twenty years, but he has been in poor health for some time and has not been able to rive as much attention to hi, business ' as he would have liked. But with the Eat aggressive and active partner ns Mr. A QUICKLY ENDS INDIGESTION Your Fivorile Recognized Advantages. You will find that Chamberlain's adCough Remedy has recognized vantages over most medicines in use for cough nnd colds. It does not suit-prea cough but loosens and relieves it. It aids extectoration and opens the secreation. which enables the system to throw off a cold. I. counteracts any tendency of a cold to result in pneumonia. It contains no opium or other narcotic, and may lie given to a child ns confidently as to an adult. Fur sale by all dealers. COMBINATION SALE caster. Kv We will at thelilock . on j Food and Never Fear it 8I-- Foster-Milbur- BUYrlTUTOHpAY STANFORD John li. Foster was in Louisville last week on business. Mrs. Sue Curtis is the guest of Mrs. Frazier Hurt at Lancaster. Mrs. Susan B. Yeager was in Louis ville last week several days. Mr. G. C. Givens has been confined to his room on account of illness. Hubert C. Carpenter attended the automobile show in Louisville. Miss Mattie Lee Hubble spent sever al days in Lancaster last week. Mr. and Mrs. McKee Itille were the week end guests of his parents at Mrs. T. 1. Raney has been confined to her room for about a week with a severe cold. Mrs. G. A. Peyten was called to Shawnee Tenn, Saturday on account of Bailey will be compelled to succeed. Mrs. Ed Wilkinson and her guest, The firm will go under the name of C. Moore of Liberty, spent Mrs. E. There is a wav for you to eat whatMcRoberts and Bailev. several days last week in Lancaster the ever your stomach craves. Many will guests of Mrs. K. II. Wilkinson. say "How I wish I could but 1 have The revival is still in session at th YOUR HAIR NEEDS tried and every time it nearly kills me." Presbyterian church and much interest The real trouble is that people who by members of this is being manifested PARISIAN SAGE. suffer the untold ngony of indigestion church and and all the other congrega do not realize that the stomach has If vour hair is full of dandruff, thin. a lot of work to perform in digesting tions of Stanford. ' streaky, dull and never will do up to the food and if crowded with extra Miss Black Givens of near Huston-vill- e look pretty, you can almost immediately labor it rebels and kicks up a fearful fell on the ice last week and broke remove the cause making it beautiful, . disturbance. two ribs, which have caused her much and Huffy by the use of Parisian I a simgle and inexpensive pain. Miss Mary Dee Kennedy, her thick Sage, one of the most helpful and in prescription, easily obtained from 11. niece of this citv is with her. vigorating hair and scalp tonics known E. McRoberU or any drug store, will Mr. and Mrs. J. Fox Duddersr. who Purision aage not only saves your quickly and effectively stop this dishave been boarding with his sister, hair but furnishes the nourishment turbance or money refunded. It not George F. DeBorde since their mar needed to make it grow long, abundant, only increases the flow of digestive riage in December, have moved to his and radiant with life. Just one appli- juices, but surely and safely builds up farm on the Crab Orchard pike. cation removes every trace of dandruff and strengthens the stomach walls so The Dixie Book Club was delightfully and stops scalp itch your hair becomes that what you eat is cared for as intended. entertained last Thursday afternoon by soft and fluffy with an incomparable nature It's needless for you to suffer with in Mrs. W. R. Todd at her rooms at the glosj, beauty and charm. You cannot be disappointed with this digestion, heartburn, biliousness, sour, The home of Mrs. W. K. Warner. gassy or upset stomat-he- , for afternoon was a very pleasant one in harmless and delicately perfumed tonic, tablets surely give prompt and lasting a trifle at R. E. deed. Mrs. Alfred Pence made the and it costs but relief and perfectly harmless. the highest score. Delightful refresh- Saturday, Feb. 13th, 1915 Hegs. Farming Implements.in factevervthing that a farmer wants to sell arid a liuyer wants to buy. Have j our stuck listed now for this sale, which will jiositivrly take place tin aliove dale, rain or shine. Plenty of feed, shelter and water. This will be the biggest combination sale ever pulled off In the county ami one that will bring together all who desire to sell or buy. For further information call tin or address, conduct a combination sale of Mules, Ponies, Cattle, Sheep. Horse. BUKNA VISTA Mr. J. W. Scott at this writing. Is reported better ril SaaaaaaBaaaHTT TOlaalaaaaaaaK 6) vr. ra . For Father and Son We R MECHANICS MAGAZINE AND ALL THE FAMILY Two and a half million readers find it of absorbing interest. Everything in it is Written So You Can Understand It sell 400.000 copies every month without giving premiums and have no solicitors. Any newsdealer will show you a copy; or write the publisher for free sample a postU will do. lEc A COPY 51.50 A YEAR Popular Mechanics Magazine " e No. Michigan Av... CHICACO the illness of her aunt. Miss Estill Walker of Lancaster, who has been the guest of Miss Belle Denny returned home Saturday. Mrs. W. II. Brown of Lancaster, spent several days last week with Dr. and Mrs. K. J. Brown in thie city. Misses Matsy GKmes and Elizabeth Holtzclaw were the week end guests of Miss Mary Bailey at Crab Orchard. Mrs. Joseph Coffey still remains quite ill and her host of friends are very very much alarmed over her condition. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Hill have return ful refreshments were served at the conclusion of the games by the lovely hostess. C. Havs Foster, who has charge of buying hemp here for E. F. Spears & Son of Paris, says that the production of hemp will be greatly increased. The farmers are influenced to raise more hemp on account of the tobacco situa tion which has prevailed this season. Last year there was something like 290 acres planted in hemp in this county, while this years acreage will be over 500 acres. Mrs. W. D. Stagg died at her home west of this city last week after a long illness of a complication of troubles. The burial took place in the Hustons-vill- e cemetery after the funeral which was conducted bv Rev. A. II. Baugh, at the Christion church at that place. The deceasad was a noble Christian woman and will be greatly missed in Two daughters, one her community. son and her husband survive her. Carroll Bailey, who for about eight years has been cashier of the Crab Orchard Banking Co., bought out half interest in the gents' furnishing store of II. J. McUoberts, here last week. Mr. Bailey resigned as cashiet of the Crab Orchard Bank last week, his resignation taking effect within sixty days. He and his family will be given a cordial welcome having lived here before moving to Crab Orchard. Mr, McRoberts has been one of the leading HAMMACK Misses Georgia and ited Miss Fay Tudor, Mrs, Arch Miller is ents Mr. and Mrs. R. MT. HEBRON The sick of this community are all Zellah Dillon vis recovering. Sunday. Mr. Hurod Rains bought a horse last visiting her par- - week price $164. F. Parsons. Rev. l.ear of Jessamine is conducting Mr. and Mrs. Sam Hurt visited her meeting at Locust Grove school mother Mrs. D. G. Ross, Sunday. house. Mrs. Kettic Anderson is visiting her Mr. M. L. Monlgomerv bought of parents Mr. and Mrs. Squire Pointer. Mr. Chas. Coulter some shoats at $2.C0 IMiss Mr. Dovie Clousehorn of Crab Or per head. Mrs. Jno. Yanderpool of Lexington with her parents near Lancaster. chard is with his sister Mrs A. C. Baird. Miss Aljce Mabel Scott closed The three patients suffering with is the guest of her son Mr. Russell Vamlerpool. successful school near Burgin last Fri typhoid fever at L. W. McQuerry seem Miss Stella May Grow spent Satur- day and began a subscription school at to be improving. day night and Sunday with her cousin the same place Monday Feb. 1st. This Prof. Jessie Baird, of Berea College, Miss Bettie Scott. 'making the third term for Miss Scott son of Rev. A. C. Baird, will lecture at' Mr. E. C. Montgomerv bought a in Mercer County. Hope church Saturday night, SunGood bunch of shoats from Mr. Lem Mathews Mr. John Scott. Jr. and bride (nee day and Sunday night, Feb. 13 and 14. price $5,00 per head. Miss Lula Noe) have returned from Miss Laverne Hicks of Orchard their wedding tour nnd have gone to Colds And Croup In Children. r Mrs. Grove was with her here. We are glad to welcome this iopular young couple Many people rely upon Chamberlain's Joseph Hicks at Bourne Sunday. Messrs W. D. and W. G. Scott are our village and wish them much happi Cough remedy implicity in cases of colds and croup, and it never dinap- - attending school at Beunu Vista and ness and BUCcess for a long Wedded life points them. Mrs. E. II. Thomas, Misses Mary and Katie Sherrow aro Logansport Ind., writes: "I have attendlng the Bryantsville school. "The Best Laxative I Know Of. found Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Sherrow and son best medicine for eclds and Leslie were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. be the "I have sold Chamberlain's Tablets croup I have ever used, and rover tire S. N. Morford in Jessamine Saturday for several years. People who have used them will take nothing else. I of recommending it to my neighbors night and Sunday. and friends. I have always given it to Miss Delia Stone spent u part of last can recommend them to my customers my children when suffering from croup, week with her cousin Miss Gertrude ns the best laxative and cure for conand it has never failed to give them McQuerry in Jessamine Co., she wns stipation that I know of," writes Frank prompt relief." For sale by all dealers accompanied home by her cousin Mr. Strouse. Fruitland, Iowa. For sale by all dealers. Jesse Covington of Mo. l.m J I grand-mothehouse-keepin- g 11 Mr. and Mrs. Wilt Jennings are at home from their bridal trip in Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Otis lllakeman visited in Nicholasville the first of the week Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Ruble leave this week for several month's stay in Florida Mrs. Cleveland Rose of Lancaster was in our village Monday on business. Mr. Clarence Lane of Ludlow Is the guest of his mother Mrs. Amanda Lane. Mr. Chas. M. Scott of Lawrenceburg visited his father J. W. Scott part of last week Messrs J. Wesley I.unu and Brice Sechrest made a business trip to last week. IingtonII. S. Christopher spent part of with her mother Mrs. Belle McCann of Mr. II. M. Walton is at home from Louisville where he has been under treatment for some time, Nellie O'Hcarn who attends J. A. Jones, J. N. Ross, Phone 50. Lancaster. Ky. Books now open for Entries. PUBLIC SALE OF LAND. I will sell at the Court House douf in I.ancaster, Ky. on MONDAY. FEB. 22nd. (County Court day) at 11 o'clock a. m. to the highest bidder my farm of 11.1 acres, located In Garrrrd County Ky, on Drakes creek nnd near the Fall Lick pike and adjoining the lands of Geo. Brow n and others. This Is the farm where I now live and I will show the farm to any desiring to look at before day of sale. Possession given within 'M days from date of sale. TERMS made known on day of .sale. here spent the week's end J. P. Ballard. RAT CORN It Mummifies Them. Harmless to human beings or live stock. Rid your place of these pest without smell or clanger. Order a can today. Prices IjOc and $1.00 ran, G pound pail J5.00. Postage paid. Rat Corn is guaranteed to do all we say W. B. NELSON, Lexington, Ky. Mil IWimTTWI Registered Hereford Bull SEASON 1915. Service $2.00 Cash. Two miles from Lancaster on the Richmond pike. TO R. E. HENRY. Lancaster Tobacco Warehouse STANFORD Are You a Woman? STREET. I Cardui The Woman's Tonic .FN SALE AT ALL MNMISTS C. A. Speith Co., Managers No Commission Charged. WeJPay Highest Market Prices. Unload The Same Day. The Central Record, Thursday Feb II, 1915 Send Your Tobacco To The Page 3 Skin Sufferers-Rea- d! SUNIWS0100L OSTED FARMERS HOME Lesson (Ttr R. O. BKM.EIIH. Actinic Director of Htimlajr School Courio Moody Illhlc In. stltulp, Chlraico.) LESSON FOR FEBRUARY TO BE 14 A TOBJCC IW5E INCOllI'OKATED 8AMUEL CALLED PROPHET. I.B880N TEXT- -I Samuel J:M1, J. JO. aOI.DKN TEXT-Bpe-ak. Jehovah: for thr servant heareth. I Samuel 1.9. It. V. Samuel was the last Judge and the flrat of the order of prophets, ills name means "asked of God," and he was dedicated to Ood (1:11) as a Nat-arltIn fulfillment of bis mother's tow he was brought to the temple when he was a young child (1:24), sars, at twelve years of age. Hannah's song of rejoicing (2:110) Is the expression of a great soul and a Samuel choice piece of literature. had the advantage of being well born, but after studying Ell's household we are not so confident as to the environment amid which he was placed. I. 8amutl'a Vision, vv. The young child entered heartily Into the The undersigned hereby pve warnwant all akin aufferera who have Tha effect of D. D. P. la to soothe puttered for man? yearn th torturea of aa aflon aa applied: then It pene-trating to all persons not to trespass upon Harare an, I who have .ought medical aid the porea, dentroys and throws our lands In tain, to read thla. for any purpose whatever as off all dlaeaae germs and leaves tha We, aa old eataMlahri druxxlota of we will prosecute all offenders to ful tila community, wish to recommend to akin clean oand healthy. confident of the marvelous text extent of law. Hunters snd. ion a rrojuct that l.a. given many re-- 1 We are f and may mean the end of your power of I. D. that wo havo taken Fishermen especially take notice. ony. . The product 1 a mild, almtde aavantaxo of the manufacturer guar-nnte- o, t eh, not a patent medicine concocted of to offer you a full-eli- o tiolllo cn Ed & N II Price It. L. Elkln rloua worthleea ilrura, hut a .dentine f cmho-inmade of well known antiseptic trial. Tou ore to Judre tho merits of Mrs. Ilebecca J. West. zredtent It l madn In the 1 UP. the remedy In your own particular cats. W. II. Cook. I hnratorleft wf rhtenco and la called tha If It docan't help yon. It coats you XJ.S.D. Prescription for Xctema. II. U, Arnold. James G. Conn, nothing. Thla la a doctnr'a apcclil prescription of tho I. !. n that haa effected many wvndarful heating D. Poap Is mado us about aatae We will add other names for 25 cents Ingredient, It cures. caah. R. E. McRoberts, Druggist, Lancaster, Ky. t. R. L Stivers, Pres. Chas Conner, Vice-Pre- s. L. M. Land. Treas. J. W. Rodes, Mgr. THE i "INDEPENDENT" Owned and Controlled By FARMERS. Courteous Treatment, SQUARE DEAL, and Prompt Returns. High and dry box stalls for your teams. Look for the big hand at Virginia ave., as you come in. Your business will be appreciated. Farmers Hone Tobacco Warehouse Co. Independant Tobacco Warhouse Company. Warehouse on Virginia Avenue, between Broadway and Limestone, LEXINGTON, KY. Highest Prices PAID AT New I i Lexington is the place to sell your tobacco, where you get strong competition, and if you want the best prices for your Tobacco, sell at the Shelburne 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. OnJ their last sale at their No 1 warehouse the highest price was ($37.00,"k'and the highest average for a crop of 2,170 pounds was $22.28.yrhis crop came in a carload from Owen County and sold as follows: Two hundred and ten pound. 105 pounds, $33; 140 $37. 315 200 190 170 185 50; 230 pounds' $14.75; 800 pounds $14. 75; 380 pounds, $15; 205 pound;, $13.75: 165 pounds, $13; 295 ounds. pounds, $1!S; louiids, $25; 18S $!; $19.25; $13.25; unds, 11.25; pounds, $3.40; 270 220 pounds, $18.75; 205 pounds, $18.50; pounds, $17; 145 pounds, $13.50. pounds. pounds, $10,75; 70 pounds, pounds. $10.25: 80 Average, $22.28. & Ike 1'arriah Mason, Wocdford-2- C0 pounds, $19.50; 200 pounds, $19; 370 pounds. $17.75; 345 pounds, $17.70; 2C0 pounds, $17.75. 210 pounds pounds, $16.- - pounds, $19.60; 170 jwunds, $18.75; 285 pounds, $17; 240 pounds, $17; 335 pounds, $17.25; 170 pounds, $16; 125 pounds, $14.73; 280 pour.ds, $14.75; 200 pounds, $13.25; 295 pounds, $15.75; 355 pounds, $9.75; 225 povnds. $11; 375 pounds, $8.. 75; 0,275 pounds sold for $949.09, an average of $15,15. continues to sell at good prices, but the common dark stuff seems to be getting lower. Good tobacco temple worship and duties as directed by the aged priest. Ell. This man was not faithful la giving the people the word of Ood. "It was rare" (margin) and the result was that "there was no frequent vision" (It. V.). The word Is also "precious" (v. 1; Ps. 19:9, 10), though when It Is as common as It Is In this land men frequently set but little store by It. Ood will Judge men for such laxity even as he Judged Israel (Amos 8:4-6- , 11, 12). A vision Is a knowledge of a need and of tho Ell and resources at our command. his sons bad no vision and a people lacking In this direction perish (Pror. 29:18). Jehovah Is about to make known to Israel his will and In so doing he passes over this Indulgent father and chooses the child Samuel. Teachableness and obedience are the chief characteristics of childhood and these traits count for more with God than does age or experience (Matt 11:25. I Tim. 4:12, Matt. 21:6). Samuel had not acquired the conceit of youth, he was faithful to his duties, respectful to his elders and did not boast of his accomplishments nor of the special revelation which came to him. Samuel slept In the holy place of the "sacred tent" near Ell, for the great temple was not yet built. As such he Is a type for the Christian (Ps. 27:4). It was there that the Lord revealed himself to blm (John 1:14 R. V. margin). One of Samuel's duties as the special attendant of Ell was to open the bouse of Ood every morning, also to tend the sacred lamp which burned from evening to morning (Ex. 27:20, 21). As he attended to these duties God made himself known to Samuel (v. 4). God frequently calls men and they are not at home but have gone Into the far country. Samuel knew God as every devout worshiper knew him, but bad not yet received a direct revelation, hence he "did not yet know Jehovah." Thinking at once of the priest, Samuel ran to receive orders or to render service. Had he disregarded the voice he would not In the end have received bis clear revelation. To have closed his ears, turned over for further sleep or to have risen hesitatingly would, la all probability, have prevented any further calls (Pro v. 1:24, 25, 28). Ood wants, for special services, those who make glad response to his first call (Isa. 6:8; Luke ; Acts 9:6). Three times tho call cornea and three times Samuel makes reply. The teacher needs to be ever alert to take advantage of these opportunities to unfold and enforce the claims of Christ and to challenge an Immediate decision of the soul. Haupy are they who like Samuel hear and recognize, even though It be a progressive revelation, the voice of Jehovah, and hearing, obey It There Is little need at present for the audible voice, for we have the word and the still small voice of the Holy Spirit The volco Samuel beard became a vision (r. 15). 19, II. Jehovah's Verdict, w. 20. The chapter following tells of the of Israel, the capture of the defeat ark and the death of Ell and his sons. These were the things "at which both the ears of everyone that heareth it shall tlnglo." The word of Jebovah stands fast, and what he speaks that he performs "from the teglnnlng even unto the end" (Luke 21:32, Numbers 23:19). Tho word of Jehovah to Samuel about the bouse of Ell was one calculated to strike terror and silence Into the lad's heart Ell was not Ignorant of tho wickedness of his sons . Ell learns from Samuel Je hovah's message. Ell was a great and good man, submissive to God's will. but be was a weak man, rather than Just piously resigned. Ho might better bavo prayed for mercy and strength to deal with bis wicked sons. However, It was too lato to change their lives. "And Samuel grew and Jehovah was with him" (vv. 19, 20; see also Luke 2:62). Jesus also grew normally (Luke 1:80). "men Ood calls he qualifies; when be qualifies he calls" (Matthew Henry). Samuel was trained In the house ot God to be a great prophet (1) by the dedication of bis parents and tbe prayers ot bis mother; (2) by the teaching of E1L tbe priest ot Ood; (3) by the routine ot service In the duties assigned blm; (4) by the testing ot temptation In bis contact with the sons ot E1L 9:59-62(2:27-36)- Lexington, Kentucky. For The Sale Of Loose Leaf Tobacco. FREE OF ANY TRUST. Intersection South Lime and Upper Streets. Phone 1910. Gapacily 750,000 lbs. 300 Loaded Wagons. DIRECTORS. K. L. Stivers. Chas Conner. L. M. Land, J. W. Rodes. W. F. Land, Luther Stivers. This house still leads in Kentucky, selling over of the Tobacco sold in Lexington of 6,750, pounds December 9th at an average of 77cts per hundred over the rest of the house. one-thi- rd 1 1 Don't you think you had better come to the Independent with the rest of the crowd, where you will find a crowd and men who know how to sell Tobacco. Mr Pat Sutton and Luther Rainey of your county are our representatives, so call them up and find out about the market. Independent Tobacco Warehouse Co. Lexington, Kentucky. j&Sio0 M ra--i traSBrv UracH W Aieifercise the rffltartMecbM J ShipQ the)wWeAd market 1 t 1 ONLY A DAY & NIGHT TO NEW ORLEANS WHAT IT WILL COST TO SEE MARK GRAS New Orleans $21.15. ARRIVAL OF REX FEBRUARY 15 Mobile $ 1 7.75. Round Trip from Lancaster Tickets On Sale Daily FEB 5. Fensscola $ 1 9.95. PARADE OF REX FEBRUARY 10 Htw To PrerettBliMi Attacks. Silas Lexington, Shelburne. Kentucky. "Comlnsr events cast their shsdows before." This is especially true ot billious attacks. Your appetite will fall, vou will feel dull and laneuld.- - If you are subject to billious attacks take three of Chamberlain's Tablets as soon aa these avmDtoms armear and the at tack may be warded off. For sale by all dealers. Sleeping Car To Approximate Total Cost For Round Trip day at Estimate for five days board and lodging at $1.00 per day In the beat private homea. or $2.00 per Rood hotel, to which add the above railroad and pullman faret. il Fare $4.00 to $4.50 Each Way. inni. tai Jv N Adfnr fnr Printed Lilt of Roomimi Houses and Hotels. P Page 4 The Central Record INCORPORATED. The Central Record, Thursday Feb of her citizens. And, in the end, her strength and prosperity will have Im- II, 1915. GREAT CROWDS who FIRED CRUTCH AT AUDIENCE "TO THE FRIENDS OF TIIE Issued Weekly. $1.00 a year. J. R.L otftfl Member M r: ROBINSON. ErmR. ELKIN. Locnl Editor rind Mrir. frrowl ('! lfat mtr In Mutter Mull Kentucky l're.. Association ami Eighth District Publisher League, Lancaster, Ky., February 11,1915. Rates For Political Announcements For l'rednct sml Citv Offices ... fi.00 IU.00 "or County Ollicus For State ami District Ollices. . . 1B.U0 .10 for Cnlls, per line .10 For Cards, per line For all publications in the interest of Individuals or expression of Individual views, per . line .10 05 Obituaries, per line Announcements. We are authorized to announce Judge Charles A. Hardin, of llarrodsburg. candidate for the Democratic nomina tion for Circuit Judge of this, the thir teer.th judicial district, at the Aueust primary 1915. We are authorized to announce C. C. Fox, if Danville, Kentucky, as candidate at the primary election in August, 1915, for nomination by the Democratic party as Judge of this, the Thirteenth Judical District, of Ken tucky, to be voted for at the- Novem ber election, 1915. Env We are authnrteei' to announce met 1'ur.vear of Danville, Ky.. n can didate for the Democratic nomination for Commonwealth's Attorney of this. the thirteenth judicial district, at the August primary 1915. We are authorized to announce Kodmnn W. Keenon. of Harrodsburg, Ky., n candidate for the Democratic nomination for Commonwealth's At torney of this, the thirteenth judicial district, at the AugU3t Primary i'i 1915. measurably Increased. Remarkable Result Al Public DemonstraThere are hungry nations to be fed, England Is clothed, and sheltered. tion Witnessed by Astonished Multitude. ai placing an order fer 1,500,000 lilankctK, more than our mills, running Atlanta. On., Oct. 2:), In pursudouble time, can possibly produce in ance ol promises made at a recent InFor terview, Andes Paye, who Is meeting addition to the domestic demand. practically nil of the necessities of life, with such wonderful succefs in the tho nations of Europe must turn to us, sale of Ainle.i' Great Medicines, ac both now and for n long period to come. complishes some results which bordIt is n tragic fact, which sympathy and ers on the phenornneal. Tho Great sorfow cannot alter, that the misfor- Andes said: "You cannot blame n too tune of one country, is the prosperity credulous public for doubting tilings of another, bulfris to America's cred- they hear and read no.vadtiys, but it that her sympathetic Identification seeing is believing the world over, of herself with the plight of her sister and cures made by Andes' Prescripnations has been so spontaneous and tion and Oil tvery day aie conclucomplete that she can hardly yet be sive evidence tlmt they are medicines convinced that she, too, is not in the of merit nnd needed in every home In heart of a national disaster. thecity, Mr. J. W. Muckney, an old Confederate veteran, living on Piedthat he had been "ZUDORA" the Girl of mystery mont avenue, stntesfor fifteen years. hard of hearing at the OPERA HOUSE, Friday Night. One bottle each of Andes Prescription and Oil restored his henring and cleansed the mucous membrane of LOST. a form of dripping catarrh of which In- An auto chain in ornonrBrvantsville. lied suffered from many years. Dr. Iiose or Mr- - John II. Poe, of Whitehall, St., Finder pleafe return to this olfice. came to the platform leaning heavily on his crutch. Ho was known to many in the audience and the uVnv "HYMN' OF HATE". onetratiou was watched witli breath' The Kaiser hns conferred upon Er- less silence. When after only about nest I.itsaner, author of "The Hymn of ten or twelve minutes' application of Hato". the order of the Hed Eagle. Andes' Great Oil, Mr. Poe sprang up He says; "We hate in one. we have out of the chair and walked across foo nnd one alone England." He the platform without his crutch the one fairly froths at the mouth and breathes first time he hawl tueti able to walk forth "pWen" for England. without it for six months. He plcke-We knew something of Peace medals it up, the now useless stick, and fired but Hate medals are new to us. it among the spectators to prove he had no further use for it. Mr. Poe said yesterday: "yes, I am still walk INSURANCE. ing. I have no need for a crutch. It to be and to stay, with the has been six days since I was rubbeil It navs. following losses, with Andes Great Oil. It certainly did agent that sticks. The which have occurred and have been the work for me." settled satisfactory in the lastfewdays .Many of the cure of catarrh, indiT. C Rankin. W. II. gestion, stomach, kidney and liver by Gaines. Brown, Speed Ledford. .Mrs. Mary troubles are comiilered equally as reCultnn, Henry Hurt, U. F. Hobinson, markable hs these stated, and the Hob Cox, Jas. Mahoney, W. T. King. sales of Andes Medicine are the Dvis and Ledford, Sam Jennings. F. greatest in the history of McRoberts Losees Drug store Moss, F. Fitznatrick. Rufas not settled, are not with (ia!nes, the Insurance Man NEW GYMNASIUM ASSURED. J children; Once more the Kentucky Children's Home Society la mnklng nn nppial to the Christian people of the State to open their hearts nnd homes to its "little citizens", to the boys anil girls who In a few ears will be men and women. Our Home It cnnvil.il liojond Its capacity, but when n County Judge writes to us of children who are neglected and homeless this freejjng weather, what nre we to say but, "Semi them tn im." However, we have nlmut reached the point where we will have to say, "Do not send them to us. we cannot take any more", unless tho generous people of the Stale come to our aid by opening their homes. At the present tine, wo have in the Receiving Home two hundred and thirteen children, ranging In ages from a month to sixteen yonrs. Mnny of these are bright interesting girls nnd boys, sound in every way, but we rtlso have some who nre handicapped by being alipbtly defective in some way, and this latter class need love and sympathy much more than tho perfectly normal child. We have found In our many many molded. Oat in the State, there ure a great many more children waiting to come to our Receiving Home. So by taking a child from us into your family, you are doing a double kindnes- s- a kindness to the child vou tnke into your home to love and to Iks loved in return, and a kindness to the little unfortunate, with out a home, waiting to come to us. If you are Interested in the children of our State, kindly write to the Kentucky Children's Home Society, 1080 Baxter Ave.. Louisville Ky. and tiie Superintendent will b more than glad to tone up the matter with you." years of experience that the best results come from the placement of the little children the little as they are then at an age when lasting impressions can be made, nnd their characters can be most easily . chit-ren- ", HONOR I ROLL. The democratic nomination for sheriff of Garrard County to fill out the unexpir- ed at the Rex Theater tonight for a three-daengagement, is probably the ed term of the late C. A. Robinson subject to the action of the Democratic best Bhow of the season. They present two acts, changed each night, and party in August primary 1915. carry a complete scenic production. We are authorized to announce John Montrose & Hamilton, the barrel jump Sam Owsley, of Stanford Ky, a candi ers come from Ringling Bros' big cirdate for the Democratic nomination for cus, where they were a big feature Commonwealth's Attorney, of this, the with the show. The Raymonds, Billy thirteeth judicial district, at the Aug and Lillian, present "The T. U. T. Limited", a railroad comedy, for which ust primary 1915. they carry over 2,000 pounds of special We are authorized to announce II scenery, and the train scene, showing Clay Kaulfman a candidate for thi the train running a mile a minute, is This Democratic nomination for Representa worth going a long way to sec. s not a moving picture, but a big tive ut the August primary 1915. Usual moving picture, scenic elfect. A case wlncli recalls that of Jean matinee Saturday afternoon at 2:30. VoJjean at the beginning of his in- Prices same as always a dollar show teresting career, as created by Victor for 5 and 10 cents. Hugo in his masterpiece. Les MiserTO RAISE LANCASTER able:, when he first stole to feed those KNOWN IN LEBANON. who were dependent upon him from WELL starving, has developed in Evansville Prof. Joseph H. Burns, principal of PHONE RATES, in the arrest there of Noah Crabtree, tho colored school at Lancaster, Ky,, who went to that city from Owens-bor- o died January 21th, after an illness of Holbert Iiastin, one of the "bust about live months ago. Crabtree only six days of pneumonia. Prof. lingest" young business men of Lan had been employed in Owenaboro at Burns was a graduate of the Stat caster, was in Stanford a short time the Dwensboro Shovel and Tool fac- Normal at Frankfort, and has done Wednesday morning. .Mr. Itastin, is tory; and when that plant ceased post graduate work at Howard Univer associated with hU father, A. H. Bas operation he decided to leave Owens-boro- , sity, Washington, lie had been at the tin. in the lumber and planing mill thinking, as many men do, that head of the school at Lancaster for business. They recently sold out their the grass is greenest everywhere but foui years, and was engaged in teach interests in the Lancuster telephone in his own yard. He went to Evans- ing day and night school when taken ill. company. Mr. Baatin says that the ville, where he tried to get employOn several occasions he had delivered parties who have bought the phone ment. He was not successful: he the commencement addresses here for lines and exchange at Garrard's capital became an object of charity; starva- J. W. Roberts, who is principal of the ire planning to put in extensive im tion star.d him in the face; his wife locnl colored school, and was n close provements, and to raise the rutes became dissatisfied and he became friend of the deceased. Prof. Burns considerably for service in the city. desperate, as the result of which he wai considered one of the most intelliInterior Journal. is now languishing in the Evansville gent colored teachers in thu state. His We always Heard you haU to go jail, accused ot robbing iliss Ethel funeral was conducted ut Lancaster on away from home to hear the news, we McCullough, chief libratian 61 Evans- January 20, by Rev. W. T. Silvey, will add you can learn lots of home ville libraries, of her purse. We pastor of the First Colored Baptist news bv reading other papers. The jolice say that according to an churcli at Frankfort. Prof. Roberts, would like to ask the Bastin Telephone investigation of the caso Crabtree of Lbanon, attended the funeral and Co, what about their contract with the took the desperate mesns of stealing sang the deceased favorite song by re city. We will also suggest the best the purse in older to satisfy the gnaw- quest, "I Want to Go There". The improvement that they could offer the ing pangs of hunger and to keep bis colored people who knew Prof. Burns public would be Detter .tervice. wife from leaving after she had regret very much to lose one bo prom threatened to desert him unless he ising and useful. May God speed on A GOOD LIBRARY. was able to provide for her. The ar- the day when more colored boys will rest uf the man and his utory reveal- Imitate his righteous life. Murion Falis a hhame. wrote i'rosideut It ed to police officials how he had un- con. emeritus Eliot in the Atlantic Monthly, successfully triod to earn uu honest ago, "that so many some living for hitntolt and Ills wife In boys of seventeen read tho 'Georgian' NEW EPOCH IN MOVIES. Evansville. beforothu 'Midsummer Night's Dream,1 Louisville is trying to solve the The moving pictures aru moving in Horacu before .Milton, andXeuophon lie. problem of her unemployed. Over four more ways then one. Wo have changed ull It r.as been fore Napier. hundred men have been put to work on scarcely it decade since they jumped in thut. Nowaduys they don't read either. Jtequtntg tor lubor on to prominence as u popular form uf en It lliey reau at an it is somewhat us. the streets. farms have been received from different tertainment. In ten years the land be Joe Gargory read, in "Great Kxpecta (By Wm. F. Miller. i communities. A great wave of distress came covered with nickel and dimo tions. 1 um fcalu Joe: oncommon has gone out from ull parts of tho U. hows. And now, within tho lust year fond of reading." and went on to ev Miss Tinder entertained the school S. Surely, if we can give uway $1 - or two, there has begun u new epoch in plain: "Give inu a good book, or Tuesday morning by telling the school, OOO.iHio.000 to foreign sulrerers we can. the meteoric career of the "movie good newspaper, and sit me down afore one of her favorite stories "The Dog at least, see that our own becuiu work dramus and the situation bus changed a good fire, und I ask no bettor. oi rianuers. and an honest livelihood. In a week again. Th cause for thU in the Lord!" he continued, "when you DO tne majority ni pupus in school ure of organized e ir o r t Louisville "feature film". come to a J and un O, and says you, now vuccinnuted so there will bu little can report substantial progress as to a A feature film is u motion picture Here, at last, is Joe,' how in- danger of the spreading disease in our situation that has taxej thu resource dramu which is so long it runs un en- teresting reading 1st" school, as the school is thoroughly disof every large community tho country tire evening. A feature film, because Yes, that U what most of us call infected in every wuj. over. Garranl Co. needs good farm it lasts the whole evening must be "oncommon good reading", finding our Dr a J, B. Kinnaird nnd J, M. Acton help and there is no reason why any carefully made. Because care costs name In print or else the name uf some visited the School Tuesday Morning one with health thould go hungry in money, the rental of u feature film is onu we know and while we admit it is anu auviseu ine pupiiB itscuool to go our midst, or be a modern Jean Vuljean always greater than the teiitul of the interesting we should not let thu news to their family physician hnd be vuc either. ingle reel dramas. The day of the paper crowd out all other reading. cinnated to prevent the spread of brief, careless, artless, and too often The Womans Club Library has just "small pox." All pupils who ure not The war has brought some temporary pointless film seems to be passing. received thiity five new books, most of vaccinnated by Monday morning will be hardhsips upon Americu. People want to be entertained and thernlate fiction. Wherever They also have barred from school. our Industries Imve been wvuk, or A ticket amused but at the same time thev wiuat splendid books for children. Quarantined. upon other nations has to be instructed. They want to see entitling you to u book a week will only caused us to fail to provide for our own some of the good plays as they ure cost $1.00. Pollyanna, the glad book, Aleck, who is u very "smart Aleck" wants, there Is a bhortagu of supply. presented to their city friends by good is well worth the price of thu ticket. indeed, came rushing in to his mother But this is not disaster; it is opportun- actors. People want to sco good act- Vou may buy a ticket and read the saying; may turn slowly for a ing und pretty scenes. The managers books without being a member of the ity, 'Mama, did you know they had clos few week while casting about for sub- - f out picture shows go to great ex- - Womuns Club, und us the library now ed the Womuns Library. titutes for imported ptoductr, but pense and spare no trouble in getting Iihs over 1,000 volumes we feel it will 'No, Johnnie. Why?" America It big enough, fertile enough, good pictures and It should bo supply a long felt want in our com'Because Mrs. Kaulfman found enough, to meet every need predated by the "movie goers,'. munity. smallpox in the dictionary." Montrose-Hamilton y We are authorized to announce G. T, AT Billiard Jr. as a candidate for the REX THEATER TONIGHT. show, open It will be gratifying to tin alumni of Centre College to note that the new gymnasium aa Centre College will be replaced Immediately. It will be remembered that the new gymnasium dedicated last June was burned the later part of November. Work has already begun in clearing away the debris about tlm foundation. As soon as the weather will permit the actual work of reconstruction will begin nnd the building will be rushed to completion for the opening of the coilege year of 1915 and 1910. The students and faculty of Centre College have undertaken an active campaign for one hundred men In the freshman class next fall. The successful raising of the money reipiWte for the new gymnasium and the successful thBt have hern held warrant the ultimate success aimed at "Hnd a sufficiently facile pen It would give we great joy to impose up-o- n a long suffering publican exhaustive article on jour good paper. They all seem to know it tho as you get nothing but bouquets. I've no desire to tire you with my fulsome praise, but 1 do want to tell you how much I enjoy the gooil reading thai pervades nil your pages. I am very proud of my county paper and am sending you the small price for another years subscription." This with a number of like letters have been received the past week for which we ure deeply grateful. We thank the following: J. H. Smith, Miss Elenor Hopper. Bourne Cleo J. Ray, Mrs. E. II. Wnlker. Henry Sanders Sam B. Jennings, J. W. Sanders, Chas. Crouchcr, Wm Lear, Jas Casey, W. M. Long, G. B. Huirman. W. A. Price. Brutus Wearen, It. F. Sutton, Joe. Pollard, D. F. Rankin. T. L. Yanti. W. R. Cook, Frank Bourne, J. B. Bourne, Walter Center, Duke Goodloe, J. B. Leave!!. Mrs. Murv Fain, J. W. Mahan. H. A. Wylie. Jus. M. Sanders, W. E. Moss, John Huirman, Mrs. W M. McKechnie Ike S. Dunn, T. D. Evons, Mrs. Sam Ball, Taylor House, E. F. Chesnut, T. T. Pollard, J. M. Wheeler, Mrs. H. Blankenship. W. G. Clark. J. F. Speaks. Robert Bolton, B. W. Given. Ira Musters, Wm. Onstott. Hunter House, Mrs J M Stuughton. Victor Ruble, Mrs A J Dunn, Dr. B. A. Daws. Florence Christopher. .Mrs. J. W. Helm. R. M. Moss. Miss Anna Holtzcluw, L. G. Hubble. Mrs. S. A. .McDeurman, Jeae Dunn. Ike Thompson, Susie Snerrow. A. R. Denny, Jus. M. White Mrs. W. Chesnut, W. M. Grow. Gaines Henderson, .Miss Nellie Scott. Mrs. E, H. Nnwland, J. Bruce I.awson Robt. Shearer. J. A. Arnold, Geo. O. Spoonamore, Price Bourne, S. C. Henderson, I. X. Dunn, B. F. King, W. L. Prattler, L. P. Pendleton Marshall NoeL, Mrs. Lizzie McCarley , Bob Meadows, Ida Floyd, E. N. Todd, C. S. Sanders, Mrs. Annie Stone, E. Dunn. J. N. Arnold. Mrs. L..W. McQuerry, A. J. Manuel, Wm. II. Wylie. I.oyd Bourne Mack Parks, E. F. Pierce Henry Duncan. FARMER'S COLUMN 5 felt tho HEAR COOPER f lure of the Orientnl Rug assembled in twt'iii'iiiiin mm t oxxstut the schoijl Rtiditnrium Friday nfter-nooOur Faulty Method of Lning Produces pnci twin Una liraftllis, till the stain to listen to nn llliKlratcd lecture still Ii (or ite ne id our fsrinsr by Mr. Geo. Hnddad. It wm a most III Health. He Says. the Ml ot ttnel. i, ln unit mrli thlma uu delightful talk with his beautiful rugs farm aa the larmcr eaimut sfToril tu Aitvsr n'ci't'lr.t otr four Lexington, Feb. Itth., tl.r. Sn nntire "III illustrating all he said. The women ail will N nuly In lan t.wsa ol Ilia learned, ns never before, to appreciate I U T. Cooper, the man lm created Hit. ensr. freentstia.tai the artistic ipialities, decorative value, such n favorable lmpreion in the big nnd extreme durability of there Eastern Eastern cities with hii health theories good Poland rhlna FOR 8AI.K:-fabrics. Thev learned, ns never be and medicine, nltraMed imment hoar. Odtn Naylor. fore, while the ordinary caret of com- gatherings in Lexington, where the merce is Just n carpet, and nothing famous phianthmpiil has delivered n one dozen good hemp For more, the Oriental rug is a thing apart, series oi lectures in conneciioii nun brakes. R. K. Speaks, Lancaster R 2. and worthy of the interest nnd at- his introduction of Tanlac, the medl-- ; tention of any one. The individuality, cine that is producing such remarkable For SA1.R linpreved while hurley designs and mnny kinds and sizes sug- results in Central Kentucky. nwI. Jerry Hlgglni Lancaster, Ky, gest the vnlue of the decturo he gave Probably ten or fifteen thousand Route no. I. upon them. have heard Cooper talk during the wt nlct-FoK SALB Several Mr. HadJad explained how the few weeks. Possessed of an unusual I will sell cheap. Price pattern of many Oriental rugs con- nmount of personal magnetism. Cooper Ponies that W. K. .Mix. certed nn Arabian Night's story. Each seems to draw his rrowali from all walka them ami see. . rug Is often n history, u story nf by of life, and from everywheie in the of llryantsville, Mr. J. B. gone events and mysterious happenings. Blue Grass section. good ywing jerwy iw with In his own quaint way he gave the During the course nf n recent lef-- 1 has n Iwifer calf that hf will sell worth the legend of the llhodiitn lilly aiHl ex- turu hi said: plained the Tree of Life and other I "Possibly the most prevalent and tntmev. digerent designs. Truly tne study of distressing condition known to we black Newfoundland dog. In LOST-rug designs holds ull the enchantment Ameiifans ii chronic catarrh uf tlw around Uncaster, has while spots of ancient history and the lecture was mucous membranes. Catarrh of the or under hl nefK. Any Information will thoroughly enjoyed both lip the pro- stomach is the mint freo.tM.nt cau of lie grentlv appreciated. and rug lover. spective buyer in i dvspeiwla, and catarrhal cuihIiUoim Mim Lena Schooler. HyatUville Ky. the ikwi- - and throat lend to InevitBlrfe TExVTEUSVILJsE deafness Show me a limn wboe hearSTOCK SALT. ing is affected und I will show yon a .... . .. a Miss Mattie Holt on spent Sunday man who is sutfering from catarrh, YViuic ii lasts wc ...If! win with her aunt Eliza Hume. rrupjently , eoiiliued the per barrel scll It for Messrs Robt Long nnd llurcli Locker student, "the lung lieeome dteanl ipent Sunday on Back Crwk. by the . tension u f rsurrhal IttrUm- Mr. Dave Ixng ami Mm Earl, ntten-e- d (nation by wnv of the brtHrrhtftl tubes ' Strayed From mv p're on Sugar court ut Stan fork Mondnj. to the lung wilwtance "The mental and phisiccd sUt of Creek, two heifer, weight about 3n Misses Amanda, Ida nnd .Minnie law indwd, pounds, color red. one with hrti, nnr ker were the guest of .Mrs. IKIih HunSe jchrnic euturrh sufferers Will pv for any r formaSunday. very unfortunate, and it is really sur-- dehorned. tion. Mr. 'iixl Mrs. Willie Naylor sient prising to know what an itiimeti nutn Fred J. Conn, K 1. lwciter Ky. Saturday night with Iter father Mr. ber uf people ure suffering fnHn thl alimMt universe! malady when they ' James Locker. ware baniwU For think mmethtMg ele i wrong with etajavn orctwnt gwssat U Will !. them." WOODVIEVV cheap if mid at one. Goojier then .'numerated tho numer- i. T. Anderson. IHevHar K. K. X. Mr. William Smith has moved. Mich us an Ious aymptmiH of catarrh. Mr. S. G. Shearer called on liii best breath, constant sniffling, LOST--Hire Puree batar. weight girl Inst Sunday night. jdisehargei from the no, i1fo)i(Hhk4 in ' Any infortnaliwn ISO pnaimt. throat, frupirnt meeting, watery ' about Little Grace Smith visited her sister, khe Tom CbasMnt, will be ftporcMt-l- . ejes, full head, heudsrhes, dpre!,Mi j Mrs. Henry Green, Thursday. eUtlstmrv. Ky. , dtora-tioMr. Jo Marchbanks ami hi bride of spirits, ncrvouuHw. umMitl gotni work arm axuMIe lout upiK'tite. and susreplibllity Fur SaV-have decided to live in our midst. to coughs and colds. rnatre, tht twu turning 2 yer old mate Mr. James Holman has bought Mr. Conner then told how the faulty male aatl l cemiisg vawrttng boremit Dave Carter house in Cartersville. methods of living produce rheumatim T. Wf Conn. K. K. I. Uneiwter Ky. Miss Carrie Mae Clark entered and kidney complaints. Hw tholwdy; Normal school the lust of January. when the orgaiM falter or fall, till up on the Mrs. Mary I'laik. whaj liva unlaw frem The winter has been so rainy und with poisoiH generated by one's own Topper creek pike, lv t jmr old mule fir cold but little farm work has livun done. system. , Manic, hns a mo He explained how Tanlac. the mir- ' tale. Mr. E. Clark savs hogs nre scarce and hard tn find, he bought sex en last aculous medicine, would eomlwt those week conditions, ns it hail dune among the t Wiiikm AnalMson sold a.ttao yerrohl S. ami Little visiting is indulged in by this thousands of sufferers in the East, as heifer to J. II. Chufc. Price Huffman, communitv owing to the condition of well as many hundreds in Lexington, bought a Mack Man- tf the roads. who had already used the preparation, for I2S. Mr. R. I'. Boain and Mr. Bynam and found Tanlac an unfailing suurce "Tanlac'', he sain, "builds lHt Monday Januaryli 3!Uh two spottDavis Iniught several ' head of rattle of benefit. u cellar with The UUrh up the constitution weakened bv dis- ed Itoundi. last Monday. thr nntiw f W. A. Wade. VerahV, Mr. Dave Tigue and family have ease and mental and physical over- Ky., awl the dug a cillor with moved in the home just vacated by Mr work, quickerif convnllescenrr. nnd is of Wooalii Walker. Any informaa sound source of comfort to the aged Mart Green on R. C. lloaliu land. tion will be appreciated. ami infirm." Mrs. Sam Davis ami .Mrs. Bynam Woods Walker. Tanlac It sold in Lancaster ti R. L. Davis ami children visited Mr. R. C. Pun t Lick. Ky.. II. R. No. 2 Mcltoberts. Boain on Friday. A number nf women filt-rllrtSale:-AlK)t- it -I nd ell i , ORIENTAL RUG EXHIBIT. grt $1.25 ' I l. 1 ' Salsn-AlV- n. ! j : Rich.-mon- d fr e Level Green has held Sunday School all the winter with the exreption "f three Sundavs, .Mr. Pnrsonx is tiie 3 3e&v..e'0 suerintendent. The people of this community have much to be thankful for, one of the many blessings it the healtllfulness of the community at this time. The Rev. Jack Lunoeford has been called to preach at Level Green church this year. He is u an intelligent man and everybody should come out tn hear him the thirl Sundav in each month. wjs': .0'e 0e''0y', ':best If you want the f Grade of Seeds see us for n Glover, Timothy, Blue I Tuesday, Feb 16th, OF 8 EPISODE Grass and Orchard Grass. We handle the famous 0 Dixie Gem Coal. Tryaload. THE MASTER KEY I ; " & MOSS. ofv !& SRSRSR SR Sk I Tci3 .:.'.. . su!& & FAST WINTER SERVICE TO And Neither Woman Knew "And God Ruled That Two Women" So John Fleming Wilson tells the story, nnd a thrilling story it is, a gripping story, a spectacular story, of love, of mys tery and crime. Read it in this paper, then see the moving pictures produced by the Universal Film Manufac turing Company by special arrangement for this paper. fTHEH 73k SCHOOL NOTES. RIDA 1,- i SOUTHERN RAILWAY Premier Cairicr ot thoaSoutli "ST LOUIS SPECIAL" train; I'irouKhPrawiiig-roor- n i'ullnmn Sleetiing Cans to and Jacksonville, SVF.Et. CJ COACHES-NE- W Via jf i,! nr.. J-- DJNING CAR SERVICU If All Electric Lighted 73 OtrnT Fnmom Southern a Retorts Savannah Summcrvil.'o hffl 8?0j isOl iiKen VtTV LOW Augusta Excursion Fares-Stop- over Charleston Calurrbiii Si 73 73 V) 73, Hom'St'(ki'rj' PnrraWinW Tourist and other special features. iWmniier ForInfrmatlcnn.itoi!.'hcilulcs. fares ami through slt;ep!r car strvicu communicate with vour lne.il ninmt. r II. II. TODD, Duirlcl MurU UiillilliiL. Rex Theater. LuUvll. Ky. ,ivni" Ui 73 in Wi KSRiRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRfefefeR The Central Record, Thursday Feb II 1915. Page 5 l 1 l OVERSTOCKED Having purchased the entire stock of Groceries, and Queensware of Mrs W. H. Ward and together with my own stock, find that I am overstocked and will give great reductions in everything in I 8 Groceries, Mrs W. H. Ward's Old Queensware and Glasswtir, 8 In Watch for our advertisement in next week's issue and see some prices that will startle you. D. Stand. Miss Minerva Oik is in Richmond for visit to friends. I j Mr. J. W. Elmore whs In Richmond t for a stay of several days. Letcher Christopher of Somerset is the guest ot Lancaster relative. A Brief Mtnllon ol Hie Convnjji ird Mr. U. S. Lytle a iwpuinr drummer Ooir. lyThi Wt Arc 'nUrtjted In. was a visitor In Lancaster Tuesday. Mr. Samuel Cotton returned Wednes. Mrs. W II Htown h in Stanford fur day from a short stay in Richmond. a In Mrs. K. I. llrown. Mrs. J. S. Sellman of Nicholasville Mm Matiy Grimes of Stanford was is here visiting Minn Minnie Hrown. a retent visitor in Lancaster. Mr. Russell Denton is in Stanford Miss Mary Nell Farley tins been in visiting his daughter Mrs. W. S. Fish. Harrodburg visiting friend. Mr. Alvin i'rewitt of Lagrange wse Mis Estoll Walker in the guest of the recent guest of Miss Joan Mount. Mihh llolle Denny of Stanford. Hon. C. C. Fox of Danville hag been Matter Claud Rice Gaiiuw ha.-- ) re- ' viniting his daughter Mrs. J, Rockwell covered after a slight attack of chicken Smith. Central Record Building. MEMORIAL February Cook RANGES! Heating1 Stoves' and Best Spreader Made at Reduced Prices. A few - Kt grigg Gossip About People vj a ' Anion serving .cussed liv the n..- met i,ti civ.e,", which is for the the k t note ol in- - orcrm.-M. . .toberi E Melloiierw entire yi dehve .d an in'er sting address, Mrs. Dv; I C S inler") tea I a paper liy a foreign MiMHonary, and Mi.. .1 i! Kinnaird closed the exercises by narrating a thrilling and pathetic story en!. - church with Mrs J. A as leader. Tilt tlien SERVICE 20th. j r YOU'LL II Ml IT IN THIS COLUMN. A. f. at attractive prices. SUCCESS Manure Spreader, Oliver, Syracuse and John Deere Steel Plows. titled "The Alabaster Box". FLOYD WRIGHT SIGNS. All members and friends of the W C. T. U. are requested to meet at their Auto service to N'lrholasvillc. $2.00 A short program wil be round trip or jjl.25 one way room at 2;30. Leave rendered after that a free will offering I Lancaster nt 7 o'clock, arrive at will If taken to "promote the came for at U;I5. Leave Nicho'asville which Miss Wliluid gave her life. at 12:15 airive in Lancaster lit 3;30. Will make trips cn Sunday and when not on mail line at very reasonable BIG VAUDEVILLE SHOW rates. Phone 74. II. D, Lee. FRITHURSDAY, 4T REX THEATER ) I J ' ' j V ulcan Plows at a Big Reduction Agents for the Reliable American fence made. Fence. The best Mr Floyd Wright, of State Universi- ty and a brother of .Mrs Carlton Elkin, of this city, has signed to play right field with the Cleveland team and e.v- peels to leave for San Antcnio, Texas, about February 20th. where they will take up practice work. DAY andJATURDAY. I The Vaudeville show at the Rex ' H)X. Mi 3.1 Muttit' J. E. Mount, Son & Co. A is'the KUf.it Walter. and .fo Hubble of Stunford Champ were visitors in Danville Ethtd of Misses .Mamie and nesday. I Mesdames Henry Moore Wm F. Wed- -' Mrs. James Francis of Taint Lick is Mrs. Mnry Eppingof Louisville is the here with her daughter Mrs. F. S. guest of her niece, Mrs. Lewis L. Walker. Gastineau i"h reported critically ill ot tubtreuloiis ut herheme in the county. The manv friends of .Mrs. J. W. Heagle will regret to hear she continues very sick. Miss Jennie Duncan was in Stanford lint week visiting her kister Mn. Charlotte Warren. Miss Virginia Hounie ha returned from a pleasant visit to her sister, Mrs. W. K. Warner of Stanford. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. I'arsons and little daughters will leave shortly to reside in Jennings County, Ind. Ross nnd Walter Mesdames Guynn of faint t.ick were recent guests of their sister .Mrs. V. A. Lear. Hughes. Mr. Annie ' Diaw .iKito how .Check tl fur the tummy youovt? iiml much more respectfully your creditors re- They like to do lianl you lillkiltii.il will, Itl'lll lll.lk !1 Stanford. Mrs. J. W. Acey has returned K Stanford after a visit to her parents Mr. and Mrs. Win Hughes. Miss Mary Miller has leturned to her home in Richmond after a visit to Mi.lies Jane and Mary Duly. Mrs. Oliver Cariwnter has been iting her parents Mr. and Mrs. S Carpenter at I'reacheravillc. vis- Mrs. Ras'-el- l Urown has returned from a visit to Dr. and Airs. K. I. llrown of D. BBS IPgsErrVf hits nil account nt the Miss Addie Arnold lias returned from a visit of two weeks to iter sister Mrs. Wm Uurnett of Shelhyville. Mlsfes lleulalj Hendren and Hossie Sanders of flladison are guests of Misses Uessie and Eunice I'rather. Garrard Bank 4 Trust Co. TI i'j- - know he is doing business in a business like way. Hetter open such an account e en if jour affHirs are not !arge. Thev till right. wll. Theatre beginning tonight and continuing thru Saturday is without a FOR RENT. doubt the best vaudeville show of the For balance of jear will rent my season. They carry a complete scenic production and change their ahovdaily. residence and stock pens on Stanford A dollar show for S and 10 cents. St. Will rent separately or together. BETTIS--SMIT- II. .1. N. Ross, Lancaster Ky. Don't mis this, see hand bills for Mis Pearl Ileitis and Mr Jim Smith particulars. The show comes highly For Sale. motored to Danville Wednesday after- recommended 'rom Danville. noon and were married by Elder H. C. 153J acres of land near Lancaster, Garrison of the Chris'ian Church. They In Loving Memory Of Fannie Marel Scolt, ivy., now reauy to grow any crops left Danville at 1:30 for Chicago and Who Departed This Life Feb 14th, 1914. desired. 30 acres of this land will grow will be gone about two weeks. This from 1200 to 1500 lbs. of tobacco per wedding did not come as a surprise as acre, and more than pay for the land. 'Neath our eyes she faded slowly. it is u love affair ot long standing. The first year giving the' tenant his Growing day by day, more frail. Upon their return they will go to house Hearing share, timber sufficient to saw up and sweetly, hll her sufferings. keeping in the beautiful new bungalow, build all the barns desired, if interested Without rnurmer, moan or wail. on Richmond street, that Mr Smith has Mrs. Pattie G. Haydon. write. Earth has lost its look of gladness. just completed. This popular couple Nicholasville. Ky., R. F. D. i. Heaven seems to us more bright. are so well and favorably known in Lancaster and their good qualities are Since the spirit of our loved one Took it's homeward happy flight. so numerous it is needless for us to NOTICE. mention them. Miss Pearl has always When we too shall cross the river. been n favorite in Lancaster and Jim 18 Anil rest upon its golden shore. 'in pcisuna Having claims uguinai me one of our best business men. He is There to see, to know our loved one. estate of Clyde Ruble, deceased, or j claims against the late partnership the sol" owner and proprietor of the of With our Saviour, ever more. genu furnishing store that bears his Clyde & Clarence Ruble, will present Lord, give us strength, our loss to liear name. the same properly verified according to And lead us in thy heavenly way. law to my attorney, J. E. Robinson, T.ieir friends have every reason to That we may meet our loved ones there Lancaster, Ky., on or before March 1, beliee a happv future awaits them, In realms of everlasting day. 1915. and the Reord joins those friends in From her loving husbaid nnd children bent wishes and congratulations. J. I?. Ruble. Administrator. I j Cockerels each. have about 25 fine Itarred Plymouth for sale at 11.00 ami $1.25 Mrs. F. M. Tinder. The Garrard Bank dSMaUBSxara"! &. Trust Company You should Disinfect after every Contagious Disease. SULPHUR AND FORMALDEHYDE LAMPS ' Mr Carlton Klkin made u Hying trip , Miss Flossie May Sutton lias returnPERKINS-BRADSIIA- W. . ed to her home in llryantsville alter a to Cincinnati this week. He accom-I.iL-,nVISIl lo lier staler. .lia. J. V!.. uitnri. paniod his brother, W. S. Elkin. M!cn son- j Mies Alma llurton, Anna and Mar - Djan Ilradshaw surprised their .friends Metidames W. R. Coak. G. D. Robin-- , andu Pjiceil, of Somerset are the at- - ,by going to Louisville last Wednesday son, W. It. Muson and iJuughter, Miss tractive guests of Mis liayden Leave!!, j and being quietly married by Rev. W. V. Landram, of Sue Shelby Mason, were visitors in, llroadway .it., .. .i., ll'-- l.uw " u" " B . . . . llaptist church, pastor home on llroad Lexington Thursday. at his """.T" on i Uttotiay evening at a cuanng uisin way. . K. party ut her attractive Messrs. J. i. Robinson and home in Hill After sjieixlirg a few days at the Cook left the middle of the week for .Court. Henry Watter.son hotel they came by the South the former for ilumbus Ga. Dr. G. M. Htmdieii, of Buckeye, who j Lexington taking in Peg O'My Heart, and the latter for Ilutler. Ga. lias been sick for "everul days, is now I On Saturday they were entertained Mis Ei Owens of llourne, Ky., leaves up and able to look after his lucrative by the brides mother, Mrs. Emma Daniels, at an elegant dinner. For the Thursday for Martinsville, Ind., for , practice. her health. She will also visit hiri ., c vim,, Atimtn i'-- , il'resent they are with the goonis 'ntint. Mrs' Alex West in Indianapolis, to Cincimiuti j Prei,t, Mr. and Mrs. T. W. lirad- OBITUARY. CULTIVATED HEMP SEED Will Do The Work. We have them. ' McEo'berts Drug1 Store THE QUEEN OF THE Kitchen i i will tell you that it is just as essential to have GOOD Coal as it is to have good things to cook with in a meal. We guarantee a fnll ton of good coal at a fair price. pre-pari- 11 ng Lancaster Lumber & Man'f'g Go in Given. boro. busi-ueMrs. Joseph L. Francis loft thin week The Juniors will entertaiu the Senior for St. Louis, where she will inspect Class on the evening of February 22rd the latest styles in millinery. On her at the (imded School building at a way she will stop in New Richmond, handsome reception. Ind.. for a visit to her friend, Mim Iw The Chautauqua Cireie inet Tuesday A FORMER GARRARD CO.. Lee Smith. ufternoon at the home of .Mrs. II. F. Monday for n Hudson. The subject for dicussiou Elder F. M. Tinder left GIRL WEDS IN DAKOTA. meeting of Central Kentucky preachers, was "Sweated Labor". which will be held midway between, Although It has been (.uspected for Mrs. J. W. Aker, who underwent u Lexington, and Nicholasville ul in Danville, ome timo some time, the friends of Miss Ella Povnlence church. A rural Institute I slight opeiationbu out again, much tu Ethel llrown and Mr. Elsworth Dick ago, is able to will be in session at the same time. were surprised when it whs known that the gratification of friinds. It will bo gratifying news to the K i)ickoron jlr!l and tlu' wero mltmJ Monday afternoon. Mr bruasy 1, at the Presbyterian friends of Miss Hernio Lear to heursh Misa Sa)Uil lotty ,mV8 rBtlmu.a from is winning quite reputation us a Cincinnati where they purchased an parsoifage, in Steele, N. D. The Rev. student nt Transylvunia University, extensive and handsume line of goods. Sydney A. Walker performed the ceremony, in the presence of a few Lexington. At a recent examination Mrs. S. II. Anderson entertained at fiicnds. held her papers were indeed creditable. a well appointed 12 o'clock dinner on The bride is the duugiiter of J. W. Mr. and Mrs. Logan Carpenter nnd Tuesday, the honor guests being Mr. llrown und the latu Sallie Jennings little son, of Red Rock Okla., are here and Mrs. J, S. Ilowman of Lewis llrown, formaly of McCreary, Garrard for a visit to his brother Mr. Oliver county. Co., Ky., She moved to Dakota with Mr. i Carpenter anu other relatives. She Thus. McMillan, of Towaudn. III., is her father (several yeura ago. ! and Mrs. Carpenter have just returned Mr. is a very estimable young lady and has visiting relatives in the County. from Fla., where they have been spendMcMillan has been away for about 11 for the past year been an elllcent ing some time with his father, Air. J. years and seems very glad to be in teacher in her county. While the M. Carpenter. groom is in every way a splendid young Old Ky. again. man of the Steele section of Hurley Co., Miss Elizabeth Logan Simpson was Mury Lear is visiting Mrs. Miss N. Dakota. They were accompanied the attractive young hostess on MonL. Newman in Frankfort. Mrs. by Miss Elsie l'eltus and Mr Adolph day afternoon tt n birthday party. The James Informally for her happy occasion was to celebrate the Newman entertained Olson. attractive guest at her home on South Ctli birth duy of little Miss Simpson. After the ceremony Mr, and Mrs. Side. After several hours of dancing a Dick A tew friends gathered from the hours went immediately to the home of Dutch Luncheon was served. thejgrooms parents where they are of 3 to 4 to wish her many happy returns. Dainty refreshments were servThe C. W. K M. Auxiliary held its being sliyweted with good wishes und h session ut the Christian congratulations by their many friends. ed the guests. Ind., before her return. The windows and doors m the new rooms at the Methodist Kiritonage wer generous gifts of Mr. R. G. Ward of Cincinnati, a former Lancastrian, and a very staunch Mcthodiet. stopidoveronhisway .f and paid his fatiwr. Capi. T. A. Elkin, a short wsit. Mr- -. J. Rockwell Smith and little daughters Judith and Charlotte left (today) Thursday for a vWt to friends Miss Annie posesses H charming personality. She is bright and beautiful in face and disposition. She graduated from the Lancaster high school In the class of 1910. Mr. Hriuliliaw is one of our most intelligent and prosperous young men and iu every way worthy f the fair bride Ite bus won. nJ On Tuesday morning Jan. 19th, little FOR SALE. James McCailuv, sou of W. R. died at his home in Stanford, Minnesota No 8 The best and Iate3t Ky, of tuberculosis of the bone. Little importation for lint. Goverment test James would have been 10 years ot age, 93 per cent, in 5 days. Write for samhad he lived until the 12th day of May; ple alid price. Glass & Glass. and six years of that time, he had been Successors to Glass & Saunders. an intense sufferer of that dreadful dis Camp Nelson, Ky. eaae. He has undergone setetnl opera tions and his little lift has hung in the NOTICE. balance a great many times until at All persons having claims against the last, God was ready to take him to his eternal Home, where there is no sick- estate of W. T. Noel should present them without delay properly proven to ness, sorrow or death. After funeral services ut the home the undersigned as administrator, or to his body was laid to rest in tile Lan- his attorney Win. Herndon. nt Lancas. caster cemetery to await the resurrec- ter. AH persona owing the estate tion morn. should ut once pay the account to the His mother, who was Miss Mary undersigned. R, L. Noel, Underwood before her marriage, died Administrator. when little James was less than two) years of age. so he never had the love of a real muther; hut the devotion and GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. loving kindness of the dear father, ister, brother, neighbors and friends George W. Calebba' Administrator, seemed to have been showered down Plaintiff, upon the little invulid in double portion, vs Notice for they tried to ease Ins every pain. Dora Calebln. et nl. Defendants, grant Dis every wish, lighten his every Notice is hereby given that the up. burden, and give him every earthly dersigned Commissioner will sit in his 1"'"ICi,!tur- - K.. ol,ico begir.rmg u""'Um" miss him, Oh! so sadly! February 15, 1UI5, and continuing from God gave us "the little (lower. j Jay tu day until February l. 1015. to Uudded on earth to blossom in Heaven. hear uroof unon and rweiv rla.ms Dear little James, we mis you so! against the. estate of George W. All thru the day, wherever we go. Calebbs deceased. All peisens having All thru the night, now lonely it seems cluims will present the same properly For no little James to wake us out of proven ut the time and place mentionour dreams. ed iibove. We miss you all thru the weary hours, Witness my hand, this Januury 27, We miss you as others miss sunshine 1915. und llowers. W. II. ilronit, Daytime, or night-tim- e wheieverwego Master Commissioner Garrard Circuit Dear little Jamtui, ive miss you so. Court. Dear little James, when the Master shall call. one or two Men We'll welcome the summons that We comes to us all. in County, to When our feet touch the water so dark and so culd, us. And we catch the first glimpse of the city of gokl. If we keep cur eyes fixed on the heav. unly gate, Yet Offered. Over the tide where the white robed The Best Proposition ones wait. Silo & Shall we know you, wu wonder, amid want Garrard represent A Live SILO Agent Louisville Tank the sweet strains? Will you beckon us over, oh dear little James? Company. I0. F. LOUISVILLE, KY. Page 6 Children Cry for Fletcher's The Central Record, Thursday Feb II 1915. T. E. C. MlllIon,fPres. J. Curtis, V-Pr- Dr. C. H. Vaught, Sec E. Deatherage, Treas. XL TIio Kind You Have Alvrriys Bonglit, nnd uhlch 1ms been In uso for over HO years, 1ms born a tlio Mirnnturo of - and 1ms boon nmdo tinder bis per Iff nonnl supervision Mneo Its infancy. eZccJbAi Allow no one to tlcrclvo ynit In tills. " nro but All Counterfoils Iinltntlons nnd ".Tust-ns-Boo- il Experiments Unit trlllo with mid endnnger tlio bealtli ot lufunts nnd Children Experience ngulust Experiment. II WW XII II A iMHrWMr II II II II II II IF bulky. There was no elew to tbe sender on the envelope. She tore open tho message am! be held n trunk key folded within a type written nolo which said. This Is the key to your valentine." The Inside of the trunk wus spacious and composed of many trays nnd sec tions, ami as tbe girl opened one after another her color deepened and great tears rolled down her cheeks. One by one sbe laid on the couch and chairs ull about her the most exquisite of garments, from sntln slippers of ber own size to a wedding gown of creamy sntln. In her wildest drenms In the days when she bad tecn engaged to Hob Saunders, In tlrose hnppy days be fore she bad decided to come east and make her own way Is the world, she had not fancied nnythlng so And who but Bob could have done It? It bad been at n Valentine party four years ago that she and Hob had bev Biggest In Prices Biggest In Amount Of Sales Biggest In Floor Space. Ijlafjx contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic-miltstnnrc-. Il.s ago Is its gnnruntco. It destroys) AVonM nnd alloys Feverl.shncss. Tor nioro tbnn thirty years It has been In constant uso for the relief of Constipation, riatuleney, V.'lnd Colic, nit Teething Trotibles and IMarrlura. It regulate tlio Stomach nnd Uowels, nsslmtlates tlio Food, glvlnir healthy nnd natural sleep. Tlio Children's Panacea Tlio Mother's Friend. Cnstorla Is n bnrmlcss goric, Drops) n:id tfootlilntr Syrups. CASTORIA What is snlistltnto for Castor It Is plrnsnnt. It Oil, Pare- By RUBY DOUGLAS EVANS. Copyright. 1913, by American ITess Ao. elation.) SAIM1KNT slipped Into a klmotio nnd then sought comrurtiiblc chair lier small room afforded. Already her tiny kettle wns beginning ,to sing over Its steady blue flame and tbo miniature table was gleaming with Its white cloth nnd single cup nnd plate. Madison Incorporated. Tobacco Telephone 221. VIOLKT GENUINE CASTORIA ) Bears ALWAYS the Signature of In Use For Over 30 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. meal alone In ber little ball room. But tonight It wag the ere of St Valentine's day she was conscious of a vague longing for companionship. And not even a lace paper heart had greeted ber In the dingy ball below to tell her It was St. Valentine's anniversary. Dow completely the home folks In tho western town had forgotten! It was true, sho admitted, sho bad few home folks left. Sho was roused from her reverie by a loud noise on the stairs below. Some come engaged. She was startled by n third knock at ber door. this time a gentle, femtnlno knock. "Ves?" called Violet, drying her eyes. "It's Katie, .Miss Sargent," came In tbe soft brogue of tho mnld. "Come In. Katie." Tbe girl opened tbo door and closed It behind her. She spoke In nu awe stricken voice, nnd her eyes grew wide with wonder ns she beheld the bewildering array of unmistakable bride's finery lying about the room. "There's there's a lady anil gentlemen below. They want to see you," It was her custom to rat ber evening WAREHOUSE Near L. a A. Depot. CAPITAL $40,000.00 DIRECTORS: E. C. Million E. T.J.Curtis Dr. C. H. Vaught Marion Coy T.J.Smith M. Haden Deatherage J. To The Tobacco Growers and The Man Selling It: The Old Madison House is still doing business at the same old stand. We sold over 200.000 Kundi be- yesterday, nnd we can truthfully say that the market was strong and a shade higher than the week fore. The best crop lot of its siie sold, was that of Forest Stapp, of Buckeye, (iarrard County, Kentucky who had sold the lot to tV. 1'. Kincaid, who selected the Madison House to sell it over. pounds sold at the average of li"cta. Thli lot of (O70 U.W) pounds, Friday II. C. Wesrren of Hackley, Garrard Co., sold average 18 18 cts, l.uther Gibbs, Garrard County sold Capital $50,000. A. R Surplus $30,000. R. T JENMY, President J. E. STORM ES, Vice Pres'L S. C. DENNY, Cashier. r. Jmbry, Ass't Cashier. J. L. Gill, ifi) Gvottyf r' J announced Kutle. 31r pounds, that brought him f.lSl.fV, a little over 50 Safety Samual Deposit Boxes For Rent. WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. O. Cochran, Alex R. Denny, J. H. Posey, J. E. Stormes. S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. A WELCOME VISITOR. where it is known, is a box of our sparkling (finger ale, orange soda or other of our carbonated beverages. If you have not yet tried any or all ot them you don't know what a fine treat you have been missing. Don't keep on y and missing it. Order a box commence enjoying yourself. Lancaster tling CO. We Write Anv Kind of INSURANCE Office at National Bank. The Bank of Ky. J. Office A. BEAZLEY & CO. over National Lancaster. night KM TOOK BZB LTTTLX OIOVTD ULXD ASD ' "Katie, I I baven't said anything LED UXB IJTIO TUB FABLOB. about tbls to any one. It Isn't best In one was bringing up a trunk. Violet a boarding bouse where you know no wondered whose It might be. one, but I'm married. I A thundering noise on the door star- I'll return and nrrange everything with tled ber from her first mouthful of din- Mrs. Jordan, but meantime nil! you ner. Sbe Jumped to her feet and, re- straighten my things and pack this membering ber attire, opened tbo door t trunk and my own wltb all but my on a crack to tell the expressman be garments to wear?" was In tbe wrong place. When Violet reached tbe foot of tbe "Miss Violet Sargent." announced the stairs there stood Bob, bis eyes degruff voice of tbe man, and be thrust vouring ber. He knew by the length Phone 202. open tbe door and deposited his burden of time she had taken that sbe bail unIn tbe only available spot In tbe room. derstood and wus coming down to tw Then without further words he was l his bride. lie took tbe little gloved gone. band she gave Mm atwl lot her to the Violet closed the door and stood star- dingy parlor. ing at tbe trunk. It was new and "Violet!" cried Bob's married sister strong and large. And on It In unmis- "I have been nearly shaking to death takable letters was painted ber own with nervousness. I never heard of name, Violet Sargent, wltb tbe address. such a mad. romantic thing In nil my Tbe trunk was wcurely strapped and life. Bob has the temerity of n briga locked. Furthermore. It took up tbe dier general. Now let's hurry!" only floor space sbo bad In the room. And Violet was hurried off with ber But she was helpless. She could not nnd husband to lie to the unlock It, for ibe bad no key. little church where the minister was A moment after she had climbed In readiness to make ber Iiob's wife. over It to resume her dinner there came "I knew you'd be more apt to marry me ki this tnnd. unconventional wny another knock upon the door. "Yes?" sbe called, hoping she might than you ever wrxild In a sane nnd Phone 27. dlgnltled fashion." said her husband not have to scale the trnuk again. hours afterward. "And I couldn't beiir "Miss Sargent!" called ii boy. Violet opened the door to recclvo a to think of your working here In New note nddressed to her. Sbe signed for York alone nny longer, even though It and closed tbe door npiln. It was you declared to me yon loved It anil addressed In typewriting and was probably woald Dever marry me!" going-to'be a "Who are thoyT Violet asked, trembling from head to foot They said you'd know and Miss Sargent. I they came In n big automobile and and It's standing outside waiting for them now. The Indy whispered to me to have you dress In In your new clothes before coming down; that they would wait." For n few moments Violet stood looking helplessly nbout her, tbo maid staring. At last. Impulsively, she looked up. "Katie." she said, "please close the door and help me to dress." "Ves. mn'um, 1 will." sJld Katie. It took half an hour to select the daluty clothes and don tbem. "Now, Katie, will 1 dor asked Violet, flushed and happy. As sbe dressed she bsd reasoned It all out logically In ber mind, and the situation awtm! as conventional us If sbe bad always known this was to be ber wedding cts, there were very few If any rejections Monday, one basket brought Kemember, cents Friday, nnd one 50 cents Monday, which meant more sstislled growers. tobacco Is that good tobacco is high, and that bad better than It has been. That the old Madison Warehouse is always on tne job, getting every dollar for your tobacco that can be gotten any where, that It appreciates every pound from every source that it get for sale. It dont call names, just simply does business, and its business is to get the best prices for tooacco. other fellow says. This it has always done. This it expect to continue to do, regardless of what the You csn always feel sure that when you are selling your tobacco over our floor, that and It will you are going to get Its worth, and all the assistance that an experienced force can give you, costs you not a penny more to sell with us than elsewhere. We hope and believe that this market sell from to 7 to 10 millions of pounds this year, and when the return are all in its average will compare with any in the State. We thank every one who has sold with us, and we appreciate it fully and completely. We are very truly yours, Madison Tobacco Warehouse Co. Incorporated Bot- RICHMOND, KENTUCKY. CASTORIA For Infants tuul Children, ORCANIZKO 1HS3. In Use For Over 30 Years Signature of e Citizens National Bank OF I.ANCASTKlt. KY. sistcr-ln-ln- Capital $50,000. 11. Surplus $45,000. J. Victor Bogaert Co. Lending Monufaclurinii F. HUDSON, President. i. WAI.KEK. Vice Prest. W. O. P.IGNEY, Ass't Cash'r J()R J. WaLKEK, Jk Jewelers&lmporters 133-3- 5 I la W. F. CHAMP. Cashier. Practical Pertinent Pointers. One secret of our strength lies in the fact that we never sacrifice one desirable quality to another. We aim at a splendidly balanced whole. This bunk is safe and modern in every respect. Nothing is more important than these two iualitirs and all that they imply. Hut in addition, unfailing courtesy is our invariable rule. v West Main St. :- LexIngtoB, - Kentucky. I New York, Brussels, Ilelguim. & origin: AID Old Tim FOR ST. VALENTINE. VALENTINE DAY PARTIES. GENUINE Books Instructed Lovsrs In Art of Writing Love Letter. "Carvalho's I'ollto Valentine Writer; or, Tbe Lovers' Iteiosltory," u little book published nearly a hundred years ago, contains "a capital collection of all tbe new valentines and answers" for tbe recipient was in duty bound to respond to ber lover's assault upon her I (xoxobxoxo) xAx0'fxc!x33i34 xxxxx0)ixxxX0:;0;:X0XixA; :: MARK OF THE MODERN FARM The Hth of February Is becoming chosen for children's parties, at which St Valentine rules supreme. The following hints for table decorations may lie of use: (let heavy red pasteboard hearts of tho largest slio. Tako four of these i heart Tbe following amorous ditty In script and tie the points of tbe hearts towas subjoined to u picture, highly col- gether at tbe top with narrow red ribored, of a girl eagerly stretching out bon of tbe same shade; then set tbem her band to receive a missive held In ' up tent fashion In tbe center of the Through the openings at the table. the beak of a dove; bottom of tbe tent let the samo narrow love. A Letter from the Youth ' red ribbon en tend to each place; on Pray give It me my pretty Dove; May Cupid both our hearts Incline each end of the ribbon Inside tbo tent To btsc th morn of Valentine. tie valentines for each guest. At a Briefly conclusive Is tbls one: given signal you may allow each guest Sweetly smiling, quite divine, t draw forth his or her Individual I chute thee for my Valentine. valentine. sample of a reply for a girl to use A The heart tent can be decorated also to an unwelcome suitor Is tbls: wltb small red hearts, all tied to tbe Dear air. you're so foppish ribbon at tbo top and allowed to bang And scented ao line: profusely In every direction at ribbon III not have a man monkey ends. For my Valentin. specially J 1 World's Record Gar. '! FULL WEIGHT FULL SIZE OF WIRE FULL LENGTH.OliROLL SUBSCRIBE FOR & SCOTT. This $1250 Stock Car made 7500 miles in 30 days with Bonnet Sealed. From Sept 23 to Oct 23. it traveled through 23 States. You can't ask any more of any automobile, no matter whit the horsepower or cost. For catalogue & car specifications write m BECKER, PHONE 27. BALLARD BRYANTS.VILLE. Ky. The Cental Record. CENTRAL MOTOR CAR CO. Lexington, Ky Miscii-r.r.'- ...- -. The Central Record, Thursday Feb C. BRIGHT. II 1915. ALLEN HIEATT, Page 7 Secretary. President. J. S. PRICE, Vice President. WE LEAD AGAIN THIS WEEK IH. The Highest Price Basket (of any size) Sells Over Our Floor i 20 Pounds, Sells For $4 .00 1 WE HAVE SOLD OVER A QUARTER MILLION POUNDS THIS WEEK. We repeat right back, selling 315 pound basket for $39.00 per hundred. The highest individual average, 3,225 pounds, averaged $18.35 per hundred. You can do as well if you have the "Goods" I. M. Dunn, DimIcs & Devine, Mercer. 0375 lbs W M. Held, Linoln. 15)5 lbs Tilfonl Alexander. Boyle. 1785 lbs Durbnm & Gosney. Gnrranl. 4150 lbs S073.8!) 108.55 250.01 fiH.91 Spoonnmore &. Pollard. Boyle. 5515 lbs Combs Sultz, Jessamine. 30.15 lbs M: F. German. Boyle. 3080 lbs Cnstello fie Franken. Lincoln, 3225 lbs t $79202 399.27 550.23 591.31 Danville Walnut Street. liCRC Warehouse Incorporated. rrcUACii Mirrr.Hrnst read this tm a. Ii 'iffcrcn h.v c liccu nide prcicripiir.il of I whic'i cured a Cnicapi M r!ir i' 'munch, l.vir and r nhle ' tear' 'landing that intt we v hi ,ttrc! to try this remedy I Ir. .n " Mar' Wonderful Rem- ed'. Om d'i.e will convince vou It li'tiu'v civc co.nplcle and permanent e cn in the most tubWn ca One ckwe will convince jou Hcmcdy is otd hy Mar Wonderful rating drusuit eery'hcrc with the c Iiit le iindcrlandinc that your money refunded without question or will rpidiMe if ON'F. Imttlc fails to give yod ab lute satisfaction. Company. Danville, Ky. ' ' , , President Jno. S. Van Winkle, Secretary !rr . 'l.j nro troubled with heartburn, cases and a distressed feeling after eating take a If Yoif . i J. M. Sallee, Ass't Secretary before and after cacli meal aml.y oil will ( obtain prompt relief. Sold only.by us.Sio, R. E. MeRobsrts JVg2sS- - Dyspepsia Tablet MARDI GRAS FEBRUARY New Orleans, La. Mobile, Ala. LOW ROUND MARKSUURY ill TRIP FARES 9 9 14 and 15. Good Returning to Reach Original Starting folnt Before MldulOt February 2i. HIS. TICKETS ON SALE FEBRUARY 3, 10, 11, 12, 13, Mrs. C. K. l'oindexter has of grip for severnl days. quite Trl'Mece of Titenalon of Final limit to Reach OrKlnal StartHd Poltt n.fcra MMolJht MarcU 15, IVU, bj Uepoilt of Tiik.I and ol l ea ol 11.00. Teleafm Pollard o!d to Frank Bourne a bunch of shonts for 6 cent?. Mr. Hen Evans opened a select school at Rice Academv last Monday. Mrs. Dykes has returned from Richmond where she has been visiting. For Full Information Apply to Nearest Ticket Agnt- H. C. KING, Pass'r and Ticket Agent 101 Eaat Main St., Lexington, Ky. I'KEACHERSVILLE Miss Kubr I'arrish is tiuite nick. Mrs, r L. Thompson is quite sick. Mr. T. W. I'ayne has a badly bruised Tobacco Brings SOcts Per Pound 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 thumb. Master Harvey Anderson has been Mr. Uvley Ison went to" the moun-- ! quite sick. tains last week for tl.e purpose of buy-- 1 cat"e Miss Carrie N'aylor visited Misses I.una and Julia Ilrown. Mr. and Mrs. Chas Dean and Miss Mr. and Mrs. Cress visited Mr. and ,,lanctle Askins have been visiting friemIs at Logana. Mrs. W. C. Cummins. Mm. Omen r.ill Bnil Mi Kmm visittd Miss Ella Itigsby. Mist Vercie Hester visited Misses Carrie and Grace Anderson. Mr. J. F. Payne, our blacksmith, is suffering from rheumatism. Mrs. W. II, Cummins is recovering from her very serious illness very Mr. C. K. Poindexter was called to 1'ond Creek Inst week to see his mother who is critically ill at that place. after a visit to her Mrs. McAfee of Irvine has returned fon Mr. H. W. McAfee. Price of $22.50 Per Hundred. Wildest Enthusiasm on the Breaks of the People's Tobacco Warehouse ' Since Two Years Ago. Your Tobacco to the Best Advantage Mrs. Parks and daughter Miss Mary of Missouri, who have been thecueitsof ' Mesdames Trumbo and II. W. McAfee, went to Frankfort last week where they will make an extended visit to relatives. nicely. Mr. and Mrs. lien King entertained Mr. Charles Vaught, of Danville, a number of friends at an elegant tur-- ! was the week end guest of Miss Luna key dinner, last week. Mr. Jce Skin-' Brown. ner and his clerk Mr. W. U. Marksbury .I . : .. n. ' lne Mrs. Wesley Hsltzclaw is quite ill at ,lan w Mr' Skinner could not the home of her father, Mr. It. J. Mc '('ave nis t,uslnesa verl' long) they Alister wauld receive the announcement Burton and Pursell, of Plato. ner is served" over the phone. When visited .Misses Wadle Mae and Iva the expected message came not, Mr. Thompson. Skinner's disappointment was so great M. that lie exclaimed it was that confound Mr. Charles Thomnaon. of ernon. is visiting his parents Mr. and ed calf that chewed the wire into that broke the connection. Mrs. J. J. Thompson. 1 1 j I "Din-Miss- BUYERS TO SHARE IN PROFITS LOWER PRICES ON FORD CARS Effective from August 1, 1914 to August 1, 1915aml Ruaranteid against any reduction during that time. $490. TOURING CAR . RUNABOUT SG90. TOWN CAR fJ-IO- "i ff flTIT K. O B, Detroit, all cura Inlly itn tbt rnlteil Mate, of America only. Further, we will be nble to obtain the maximum efficiency in our factory production, and the minimum cost in our purchasing anil sales defartments if we can reach an output of 300,000 cars between the above dates. And should we reach this production, we ngree to pay as the buyers share, from $40. to'$G0. per car (on or about August 1. 1915) to 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. Col Ike Dunn Knows How To Handle Geo Marsre, (inrrni d county, sold the following liankvls: 50 ct'iitu Ml i4)umla at . ... . . . . .nj cents 3.15 KumU at XA) h)UiicU Ht . lolccnta Ik'i cents .11 H)UiiU at 84 cents Hid KiuniU at Itimkin & .MayrtWd. of Garrard County 11 . . . old tlui following liask VtH Kundn ut 12 . nt nt Uirpouiids at 'J10 Kuiuli at iiih1h L'ir 115 kuiuU UJ cents 14 .. . . lflj Ct'lltK ..14 cents . cents Grant Maraee.I Gurrard county cold the following bankets: 3S!i ou ml a at 30 cnts 310 pounds nt ISIJ'cent" 400 pound a at ISi'centa 405 tiounila at 14 cents 725 pounds nt 12 cents Itoliinson & HuRhes.of Garrard countv Hold the following baskets, HO pounds nt 161 cents &50 lounds nt l.rl cents 320ounih nt lClcents 315 pounds at 15 cents 210 pounds at 141 cents PEOPLES TOBACCO WAREHOUSE Danville, Mrs. r'ado Parks and Miss Nora Smith visited Mr. ami Mrs. Rodney Naylor on Gilberts Creek. Mr. Virgil Jones accidentally ehot himself through the hand while monkey. ing with a calibre target rille. .Mr. Ollie Carpenter and family and Mr. Pendleton Williams and family visited Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Carpenter. Quarterly meeting at the Methodist church Friday night. Saturday and Sunday. It is thought that Kev. B. C. Horton, of Richmond, Ky., will likely be present. While trying to prop back a large door which liadblown shut. Raymond Thompson was struck by the door as it blew shut again and he was found lying conou the ground in an unconscious dition when search was made for the lad. I.uckilv, huwever, he was soon restored, to his senses as he was only stunned. Rooms For Rent. We have two nice rooms for rent in the Central Record building, suitable for ollices. Apply at this office. tf. -- GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. James Temple's Administrator, I'Uintiir : vs Notice Alice Temple, et nl, Dtfendants. Notice is hereby given that the undersigned Commissioner will sit in his ollice in Lancaster, Ky.. beginning i February 15, 1915, and continuing from j day to day until February 20, 1915, to ' hear proof upon and nceive claims LOUISVILLE Feb. 1 to 6, 1915 AT THE RMORY , Greater than ever in ovory feature. The Biggest Auto Show in the West or South. against the estate of James Temple deceased. All persona having claims will present the same properly proven at the time and place mentioned above. Witness mv hand, this January "7, 1915. ' W. II. Brown, Nothing to equal it outside of New York and Chicago shows. More Exhibits Evory Car of consequence will bo shown. Moro Lavish and Original Decorations FOR HEAD COLDS OR ANY CATARRH ILL. Surely use Hyomei; it quickly clears the head, stops the disagreeable nasal j 1 discharges, soothes and heals the llamed lining of the air passages you feel better ut once. When vour nostrils are clogged, you ' sutler with dull beadaches, or have that constant frog In the throat, Hyomei is the remedy that will give the quickest, most elfective and lasting relief possibe it goes right to the cause of the trouble and quickly ends your misery. You fcimply breathe Hyomei using 'lie small j innaier mat comes wun every complete outllt. Hyomei immediately reaches all the raw and inflamed tissues lining the nose and throat driving out the poison-ou- r secretions and healing the sore spots -- dull headaches vanish you breathe freely. Even the worst cases respond quickly. It islmposaible to use Hyomei and not be immediately benefited. Hyomei can be had from Ii. E. and is very Inexpensive. in-, Master CommisssionerGarrardCircuit Court. typifying Growing Cotton. Special HotofRatec A. M. Closes 10 P. 25 OENTS COMPANY. Kentucky. Moro Music Concerts Afternoon and Night. Como to Louisville "Auto Show" Week Show Opens to M. Dally. ADMISSION Incorporated. Personal Stationery Should be Engraved Embossed nowadays. or It reflects good taste and, at once creaTes a favorable impression. Dakota Jack's INDIAN REMEDIES hava mada hli nmo famous all ovtr the United States anil Canada. Composed of Roots, Herbs, Barks and Berries, For treatmsnt of Human Disuses. ii FIELD SEEDS. . RICHMOND, KY. A TRAINING SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS J. Course leadlni; to nieinentary, InterniolUtti and Life blale C'erlllicites. Valid III all l'ubllu Bclioola of Ken-tiukbiwclal Courses niid Iteview Couws. Tuition Free to AkjIii ti ta. Two irndld dormitories, new school, ncv manual training building, practice model school, department of mjrlcullure. a well irvniiusluM. llomestlo Science, Klrst Term beuina Htfpteiuber 7, Becoml Term Noireniber 10, Third Term January Fourth Term April 6, bummer Hchool opens , Juno It, Catalogue Free, j I'mlitem. f.iiliil hnvo n full line of Field Seeds which I nm offering nt very nltrnc-fiv- e prices If interested, nsk for samples and prices. I hijjh-tlroile Suppose you come and see the many beautiful samples we have and get our prices. kflaHsnHsi DAKOTA JACK The Northwestern Cuftboy omaiNATO or rURSLEY'S INDIAN HERBS 45 Days' Treatiucnt. Dakota Jack's Cowboy Liniment 3 bars Daiots Jack's Cieme Soap. iiicc Pursier' Indian Hubs $1 00 2S 2S I0. .O.L C. C. & ON sale AT W. Bush Nelson, Lexington. Kentucky, i Central Record. J. E. Siormes and R. E. McRocerts. M r i s . in V"' If 4 VJM Page 8 To-Nigh- The Central Record, Thursday Feb HIDIIIIIIIIMH II 1915. OF ti limn l Lincoln as i l Sheriffs Sale FOR Tr 11 REPORT UNPAID ALL II I I lil Mi V MB Mm fill J 11 II III A I 1 Lawyer II TAXES Simpson, Ilettle heirs Turpln. Dock Warren, Doc William, James Jones, Jim Jennings, J no 1 . 3 3 3 3 3 60 75 18 00 00 33 ' r i iIIi iii LANCASTER, KY THURSDAY. 4-BIG FRIDAY AND SATURDAY VAUDEVILLE ACTS-- 4 Montrose Hamilton COMPANY OF PLAYERS limiiN lulu Mate This wns liU llrst "l.iwliook " It I said tbsit tin-- boy cri'iillly itevoiiml Tliul rcmllui: mm- - liliu Its conteuts. an ninliltloii In livrumv n hitvttr, lint be il lil no mi iv law ri'iulliiu until lie icuiovcil tu Illinois mill beciiino ii part nor In n KruiiTy store ut New Sdlem Ouc lnr mini wlm win muting fur tber westward tlrme ii to I.IihoIii's store uml offered to sell I be storckeep' cr a barrel full uf bouxcliold "iilun tier" for wblcb be lint) ln use. I .In coin pulil tbe ro.tn ball it dull.tr ami net tbe barrel In the More. Some time afterward be emptied tbo barrel's con tents upon the lloor to see wlmt lilt bargain was worth. At the bottom uf the bnrrel wim ii complete ctlltloti of Lincoln Commentaries. Ulnckstone's immediately bcirJn to rend tblt fiimont legal work. "I reiul until I devoured them." lm snltl. referring to the Coin mcntarlcs. Perhaps It was that old barrel cf "plunder" that made IJucoln president. foil w Abraham Lincoln wits boy In Indiana n cony uf statutes uf tli.i llw ri'vli-oi- l "X'dsXCS On Monday, February 22ml, 1916, one o'clock, In front of the Court House (!oor In Lnncaster, Ky., I will nlTer to the highest bidder for cash, to much of the following described property, ss will pay the State, County and district school taxes for the year 1914, The purchaser Is entitled to deed in two years and interest at the rate of SO per cent per annum and IS per cent damages If redeemed in that time. These are the uncollected taxes of the late C. A. Kobinson, and must be paid in order to close up his business. NO. I. WHITE. Acton, Smith, N, K. Nacres . Dennis, Kllshn, 1 acre NO. 1, COLORED. Adams, Geo. W. 11(1 acres Anderson. (Jrau and Mary 10 A Adams, Pete, N R I acre Hlack, Julia, 1 acre Hurdett, Rob. N It 2 acres Hurdett, Itright, 2 acres. ., The following Is a list of unpaid taxes due the city of Loncastcr as reported by the tax collector of the citv and Is ordered puhliihed by the City Council for the purpose of notifying all delin quents of the amount due the citv be fore nny cost Is accumulated In the rent quired legHl steps to force collection. List nf Unpaid Taxes for year (White) Anderson Heirs Arnold, Mrs. W. A List of Unpaid Taxes for ths year 1911. (White) Frazee. J. U $ 4 60 Singleton, Mrs. A. It 0 75 Slitigars, Ressie (Colored) Alcorn, Minerva Arnold, Lucy Anderson, Alex Adams, Jane Anderson, Hamp, heirs Anderson. Rebecca Arnold, Mary Anderson, Ellen Rurnnin, IaiuIs, Rurnsiile, Mrs. Plea Ilcazley, Andy 1 Dr. J. S. GILBERT. ' OFFICE CENTRAL RECORD (Hike Phone 69 Residence Phone HUM-DIN- 3 75 41 LANCASTER. 60 KY. 1913, $ 35 50 5 35 7 13 20 67 .... .. Hospital, The Lancaster Prattler, J. P Pollard, George, heirs Vanhook, O." tl Walters, Mrs. Chans Walker St Henry Rurnett. Dr. Wm. Mahan, Mrs, Wm. Pursley, Dr. J. J. 2 76 4 25 1 05 1 65 1 50 1 1 88 0 00 ,, 25 26 25 7G 4 r (60 If. 2 2 3 3 3 3 3 I 60 47 65 36 3.3 V. 'IUm. rated. SMufactlon (Inersnieed 3tarror, f7rmiile 0;icn Raker, George There used to be curreut n story of Lincoln to tbt effect that In his cele brateil "alumnae case." In which be brought nbout the acquittal of bis ell ent on a charge of murder by produc ing an almanac to prove that the moon was not shining at crrtaln hour on tbo night of the killing, the lawyer fooled the court and Jury by showing them an almanac of several years be fore. .Miss Tarbell In her "Life of Lin coin" sets this old story forever at rest In n very simple way. Ity referring to nn nlmannc for IS.". In which year the mm LOOK! LOOK! LOOK! v, 01 !& llurdett, Jim. 4 acres Faulkner itrn, IT. L Floyd. John. 1 T. I Hiatt. Edith. 1 T. U ... KavHiiaugh, Walker, 1 T, L. Letcher. Mary, 1 T. L Middleton, Ed (hrs) 1 T. L. Robinson, Arthur, 10 ncres Simpson. Itettie (hrs) 1 T. I. 1 No. 2 WHITE. Faulkner. Frank lirown, Joseph and Wife G acres $ 4 82 Floyd, IM1 & Russ, Duncan. E. A. (heirs) N. R. ICO A 28 92 Grant, Mattie 23 30 Hudson, J. S. 94 ncres Harris. XV. H. Harmon, Wm No 2 COLORED. Herring, Rob Allen tieorge 27 acres, I town lot Harlan Anderson 1912-11914 $12 121.00. Harris, W. II. Pres. N. H. 8 10 Ranks Philips C acres. F. Lodge 4 00 Caldwell II. 1 acre Harris, W. II. , Pres. Benevolent Cochrell Frank and Rill 4 acres . 9 4S ociety 7 25 Dunn Rill I acre W. II., Soc'y C. S. 3 55 Harris, Dunn Ruck (heirs) 2 acres 3 9 90 13 53 Anderson. Alex Arnold, Lucy Allen. George 10 71 Alcorn, Minerva 8 19 Hurnam. Lewis Ilcazley, Andy 3 SO Hrown, Win I Blanks, Jane 4 Ruchannn, Lucy r. 93 Cunninghan, llony y to Dunn, Al 6 Gl Denny Mary Jane 4 18 Duncan, On lliu Ii SI Doty, Earnest 13 Denton. Will 2 59 Denton, Liza 9 16 Doty, Hnrri'on : 54 Faulkner, Lewis Floyd, John S Rogle. Dsn 6 00 RJanks, Jane 5 10 Cuniinghiim, Rony Denton, Will Doty. Ernest 4 33 Denny, Mary Jane 1 50 Dunn. Al 2 88 Duncan, Callie 1 50 Duncan. Callie r. oo Floyd. John 3 38 Faulkner, Louis 3 00 Grant. Mattie, 2 65 (ireen, Clay, 83 Herring, Hob 3 75 Harris, Susie 3 Hood, Lillio 22 15 and THE NEW Opposite Post Oilier. 67 19 3 19 8.3 Barber Shop Bath In Connection. 3 75 3 00 1M 3 Ita 3 75 1 J. E. Seale.Prop 50 60 '4 2 63 4 2 07 83 ;i (hi I 60 1 I Honakers Fine Cut Flowers. .... 3 00 Leavell, Rhodes 4 00 Leaved, Ellen 4 50 Lackey, Emma, 3 00 Nelson. John Newland, Sarah 4 50 Overstreet, Rob Owens, Chas 7 50 Owens, Frazee 60 Pettus. Harriett 8 75 Palmer. Sallie 3 00 Rice, Nannie 4 4 Harris, XV. II. Harris, XV. II. Secty. Lodge Harris. W. II. Pres. U, II. F. Harris, W. II. Pies. Renevolent 1 88 Jennings, Tom 1 70 Jones, Jim, 6 25 Johnson, Wm. 3 38 Johnson, Joe, 1 50 Kavanaugh, Mattie 3 00 Kersey, Fannie, 1 50 Lackey, Aleck, 50 3 20 3 20 4 50 7 3 3 3 3 1 1 f0 82 (HI - John M. McRoberts. H. 18 Clay Attorney-At-La- Kauffman, w 97 32 S; 3 19 3 is) Ollice Phone 31. 7 60 15 75 i 25 1 60 t Olliccs tin Danville Street over Post Olllec. H. j; PATRICK, Kentucky. 4 SO 3 75 1 69 Dntit. Paint Lick. Montrose & Hamilton SIINQBRS. DANCERS. COMEDIANS no Dunn Dave 1 acre Duun Sam 1 acre Farley Tom 1 acre Floyd Alex 5 acres Floyd Will 6 acre Hicks Maty R. (heirs) 4 92 4 9: 4 Inlge Perkins, Henry, 3 75 83 2 25 I 4 60 2 82 3 19 2 25 1 50 2 82 1 50 1 50 6 13 3 33 28 1 acre .. 8 8 73 3 55 BILLY CLARK, SOME FUN LAMP CSJtD net is BpamaniLD, m BT LtNOOLX IN I11B ZJLTI OT- - BLACK FACE COMEDIAN. Extra Special LEW HAMILTON Late of Ringling Bros. Circus, Sensational Comedy' Acrobatic Act This lamp, a tall pedestal lamp made of tin. was used by Abraham Lincoln In his law office to Spr1n field. 111. It has a double whale oil burner and an acorn shaped oil font and la supported br a tall standard eet In a panlike base with a handle. 4 28 Jackson Henry 1 acre 4 28 Mullins John 1 acre 19 Ready Siras 2 acres 5 55 Ready Ed 1 acre Segar Geo and Ed (heirs) 1 acre 6 83 Simpson Geo 4 acres 6 19 Smith John 1 acre Lillle Rel! 5 02 Mason. Smith Joseph 1 acre Mullins, Harry 6 19 Smith Hen 1 acre Middleton, Jess 4 92 Taylor Ed 2 acres Myers, Jesse 3 55 Taylor Tom (heirs) 15 acres . . Merritt, Wm. heirs 8 Williams Willie 12 acres Miller, Ressie 15 Jennings, Almarnnda, Jennings, Mack Johnson, Joseph Jennings, Thomas Johnson, Will KautTman, Mattie Kersey, Fannie Lackey, Alex Leavell, Ellen Letcher, Mary Leavell, Geo. A. Mullins, Carey $ 3 3 1 1 3 9 7 9 3 3 1 50 Ray, George, 33 Rothwell. Walker 20 Robinson, Hattie, 32 Simpson, Rettie, 13 Simpion, Zack 20 Schooler. Sam, 00 Simpson, Florence $ 60 Tevis, George SO Warren, Dock 00 75 List of Unpaid Taxes for the Year DrW. E. McWilliams Physician and Surgeon. BUCKEYE. KY. Phone 387-Prompt Serviee day nnd night. 1910 .J. a. Beazlev NO. 3. COLORED. Doty, Leslie & wife, I acre Doty, Louis & wife, I acre Hickman. Logan. 15 acres Leavell, Ed. 8 acres LILLIAN BERNING Singer and Dancer The Girl With The Big Blue Eyes. I killing took place. Miss Tarbell found that on the August night In question tbo moon bad set Just as Lincoln represented to the Jury. This disposes of ..... ....... (hn nn.lnn ...... stoop to a dishonest trick In order to win a case. I I1 ... $ 6 74 5 98 16 30 6 C9 I THE RAYMONDS "T ) T Limited" Scenic Railroad Act. Train Runnini! n Mile a Minute Car Load Special Scenery. Z Usual Moving Pictures Entire Change of Program Each Night. SPECIAL PRICES-ciiildr- en 5, adults IOcts aii A 11 ho r A r or vDo.uu T7I Evening Post, daily for one year Home and Farm, for one year. 24 Page War Atlas and The Central Record one year-a- iCASTORIA Infanti and KM Bcht the cut price of $3.50 for. all. t $ 25 50 Salter, Mattie Adkinson, Josie, 9C acres 4 92 Williams, James Rurton. J. R. 1 acre Rennett, Almoranda, 7 89 Calico. W. A. 2 acres Cunningham. Rony 1912. 9 J9 List of Unpaid Taxes for year Casey, Mote, i acre Denton, Wm 14 25 Davis. Nelson. 30 acres (White) Dunn, Al, C4 10 Doolin. Herman. 9 acres 9 00 Denny, Mary June, Pollard, Geo. heirs 19 23 Fathergill. J. W. 35 acres Doty, Jerry (Colored) McLear. Geo. (N R) 7 acres, . . 8 89 Floyd, Juhn 38 12 Rav. J. R. 79 acres $ 3 00 Faulkner. Lewis Anderson, Alex 8 1 Allen, George Simpson. Wm. (N R) 22 acres.. 2 63 Floyd. Russ&.IIell, ; 8 80 Arnold, Lucy Suarks. Cloud. 27 acres 1 60 Green, Clay, 1 50 Alcorn, Minerva NO. 4 WHITE Ilvatt, Anna 5 Rruce, llristow Herring, Rob, Geo. 46 acres, 1913,.... Rurnam, Lewis 6 00 Iveson, lAicimla, 21 45 $64.85. 1914 Andy 3 00 Johnson, Win, r 5.1 Reuzley, Rrock, Emmett. 30 acres SHE CHANGED "OLD ABE." Rony 3 73 Johnson, Joe 6 06 Cunningham, Rrock. Ira. 15 acres 3 18 Kavanuugh, Eliza Will 7 2i Denton. Child Responsible For His Decision to Rrock, John, 50 acres 4 18 Kersey, Fanny Doty. Earnest 25 20 Grow a Beard. Ryrd. M. V. (N R) CB acres 75 Lackey, Alex Denny, Mary Jane 7 46 It was a child who persuaded Abra- Rvril. Wm. 33 acres 6 25 Letcher, Mary Lewis ham Lincoln to wear a beard. Up to Fields, J. S. 2 acres 0 19 Faulkner, 3 Oil Leavell, Rhodes Floyd. Rel! & Russ tho time he was nominated for presi- Hawley, Fannie 100 acres 4 81 3 00 Leavell, George dent be had always been smooth Helton, Alex 50 acres 6 21 Faulkner, Frank 3 00 Miller, Ressie, A llttlo girl living in Chaushaven. Hood, Llllie 4 28 tauqua county. N. i ., who greatly ad- Holmes, Sam 10 acres Harris, W. II., Sec. Chas. Sumer Merrit, Win, heirs, 1 20 mired blm, made up her mind that he Lamb, Alex 1 aero Lodge 4 GO Myers, Jesse 0 30 would look better If he wore whiskers Lamb, Sam 25 acres 11. Pres. U. It. F. Moore, Cally 5 55 Harris, W. and. with jotitbful directness, wrote McQuerry, J. T. 33 ucres Lodge 4 60 Mayfleld, Jerry, 30 15 McQuerry, L, W. 53 acres and told him ko. He answered bcr: W. II. Pres. Renevolent Mullins, Harry 6 19 Harris, Sprlnnneld. 111.. Oct. 19. 19V). McQuerry' R. M. 2 acres 7 GO Mullins, Carey Society Miss Greco Hedell; 2 30 Parker, Mrs. Lucy 15 acres My Dear Utile Mlas Your very agree3 00 Mason, Henry, heirs. W. 11. 12 51 Harris, able letter of the,lSth la received. 1 re- Robinson, Chas. 70 acres 4 75 Nelson, John gret the neceulty ot aaylntt 1 have no Ross & Moore (N R) 210 acres. . . 4 30 Hiatt, Semore 1 daughter 3 00 Overstreet, Rob, Anderson hae three sons, one seven2 27 Hurlan. teen, ono nine and one seven years of Todd & Son 20 acres 4 60 Perkins, Henry, Herring, Rob ace. They, with their mother, constitute COLORED NO. 4. 3 18 Pettus, Harriet my whole family. As to the Mhltkna. Lackey, Alex never havlne worn any, do you nut think 9 90 Palmer, Sally, 7 04 Leavell, Geo. people would call It a piece of silly unVc Uufonl, Fred 4 acre 5 40 Perkins, Mollie Leavell, Mary U 19 tation If 1 were to begin It now? Your Rurnside, Clay 1 acre very sincere wellwlaher. 3 00 Ray, George 4 81 Mullins. Mary Rurnside, Smith 6 acres A. LINCOLN 3 34 Robinson, Hattie 3 55 Myers, Jeste Denny, Sarah (heirs) 23 acres.. Evidently on second thought he de2 63 Strange, Robt, 3 65 Miller, Ressie cided to follow her udvlce. On his way Faulkner, Jane (heirs) 2 acres. 1 88 Simpson, Hetty, heirs, 7 67 Merritt. Wm. heirs to Washington his train atopped at the Faulkner, Abe 15 acres. 2 82 Simpson, Florence, 4 92 Mullins, Harry where she lived. lie asked If Faulkner. Will 1 acre town 4 00 Schooler, Sam, be were In the crowd gathered ut the Faulkner, Will 2 acres 4 92 Montogomerv, Wm' 2 82 Tevis, Geo station to meet blm. Ot course she Goodloe, Dr. S. S. 2 acres 2 02 Mayfleld, Jerry 3 18 Terrill. Ed was. and willing bands forced it way Hutchinson, Geo, 1 acre 4 96 Mayfleld. Andy for her through tbe mass uf peoplo. Jones, Dan 3 acres 3 00 Warren, Doc 7 21 Newland. Sarah When she reached tbe car Mr. Lincoln 10 88 Yantis, Jane Mary 8 acres 3 55 Nelson. John stepped from tbe train, kissed ber and Kavanaugh, 4 50 4 28 Overstreet, Rob Kennedy. Ed. 1J acre showed ber bis new beard. 3 38 6 19 Phelps, Rosana Kennedy, John 1 acre 2 25 4 28 Palmer, Sally Kennedy, Sim 1J acre Long after the death of President Lincoln bis former law partner at SpringOeld. 111., William II. Ilcmdou. in looking over the accumulated pa pers In the old law otllce found a package of letters, pamphlets and nowspu pers which Lincoln had tied together. On the outside tbe package was label-e- d In tho well known handwriting of e Lincoln, "When jou can't Und It else look Into this." The "It" was underscored Many mysteries concerning Abraham Lincoln have been made clear by persistent research, but It Is hardly probable that anybody ever will know what Lincoln's evidently Important "It" was. Loean, Chas, 10 rcres Potts, America, 5 acres Wrenfro, Wils. 3 acres Warren, Joe, 2 acres NO. 3. WHITE. 5 i4 3 55 8 20 6 90 Mayfield, Jerry Mayfleld, Andy Newland, Sarah Nelson, John Overstreet, Rob Pollard, Charlie Palmer, Mat Robinson, George Ray, George Rothwell, Walker Simpson, Mary Annie 82 1 70 4 50 1 88 2 63 I 82 (White) Howard, T. M. Johnson, John, Miller, Mose 6 04 FUNERAL DIRECTOR 75 10 60 9 00 3 20 1 50 10 88 4 75 3 75 Pollard, George, heirs. (Colored) Anderson, Rebecca Arnold, Lucy Alcorn. Minerva Anderson, Hamp, heirs, Arnold, Mary, Anderson, til If 11. Rurnam, Lewis Ileazley, Mat Reazley, Andy Qfllce Over National Rank. Residence Phone 3. OIDcr Phone 27 KY. LANCASTER. 1 1 1 1 2 4 50 1 64 15 15 60 M. K. Denny and W. A. Wheeler Doctors Of Dental Surif ry. Office: 82 I 1 1 J" 50 1 50 1 60 4 60 4 1 60 ou' 00 ' LANCASTER, 15 siormt. Uillalnieiei Han rniDliure Sioie. Aud.t KENTUCKY. 2 02 3 75 '1 05 CT. .... 3 1 i 10 15 o 3 00 3 75 3 00 2 H5 4 at Ijtncusler. Dr. Wm. D. Pryor, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist.. Ollicf Rainey a Livery Stable. Kentucky Official Director! Of Garrard County. 2 3 4 1 1 3 0 3 3 00 hlierlff C A. HoMiimiii. T. Kalian). 2 21 Ucl'iny HUrlA-lx-u- rne Ml.. Jrunle 78 Kuprrllltrmlalit ol slna. 2 08 Hamlera. I K. It. Itay. pfputr Circuit Ju'lm Hon. I'.iti.i A Dunlin. j Coinmonttrellh. Altorue) Htm. Kiuinel t'ur 50 23 Circuit Cltlk-MIII- Uiu II Mouii. 00 Ma.n-- t aminla.lmier W. II. Hruwn K. H0M11.0 60 Tru.tre Jorjr KuL.I-Ilr- nJ. ... OflleUl Cjurt HteiKiir.lirr Ml., hue sbe'by 11. M.K.U 13' County Juitse t A.ArnuM. 00 Cotiuir Allu'llej-- O, V Viallrr. 75 .'o4iut)r Clerk J. U . Hamilton. Drpuiy clerk llarrjr Tomlliixm. 00 Coroiur J, A. Jou. a. jtr. Mis ' CH Jailer-P- air A.ra.orIete A...or rreaaurer MAUISTHATKK, 1. N. Vt hit lit, ID. I, 3 33 !0(aulaou 2nd, Pl.t. 4 08 J0I111H, lldui 3rd, Pin, 3 75 Jame. Culdlron lh, lll.i, eoUNTY IIOAIIH OK KHl'UATIOl' 3 00 1 60 Thompa Arnold. Jr. lit. Ill.t, 32 It. I). HcMurtrj, audi. Pl.t. O. J. IJeudreu, 3rd. 2 03 Tboinaa P, Klur. Pl.t. -lib. l,l. 2 25 CITV Of I.A.NCASTKIt. 2 68 3 00 Dtinlaurot Ito.a Itoaila Oleieiaml liournr, J. W. Kluiore. 3 00 ,1 .... . , I Mmiv iiaviti.on. ou 60 City Altoru.y-- J. K. itcblnioa. Hurl, 1 go j City n r fciiy Ai.ea.or John M. Mount. Jv, t cu Treaeureir W. r. Chin.. 1 I. . K. Itt.rnn. . uniel I'ullre " 2 68 COUNC1LMKN 1 60 Parker llreiury. J. II. Ilaltou W, it , Zanoue, Ham Cotton. t'r. J. A. Anion, w. u, tloodloe 1 25 ;cilrJudeJ. Tor Children. Tlw Yon Have Always This offer Is only good for the month of January. Bears the Signature of 1 67 Leavell, Tom 1 acre. 3 65 Lewis, Allen (N R) 1 acre ., 11 07 Merritt, Henry 8 acres 2 69 Reid, Rarney, (heirs) 4 acres, 3 55 Roads, Hannah 4 acres 3 01 Royston, Kate 3 acres 8 30 Stuart, Yantli 7 acres U. F. Robinson. Sheriff of Garrard County Ky, Successor to C, A. Kobinson. Leavell, Jonas 1 acre 6 98 Perkins, Henry 3 76 Robinson, George Robinson Arthur Johnson, Wm Jennings, Mack 3 00 1 88 $ '3 18 3 00 4 GO Victor Bogaert Co. Leading Manufacturing r&uy Gold Mcd&h Tbo Surs Growlnj Kind Johnson, Joseph KaulTman, Mattie Kersey, Fannie Rothwell, Walker Ray, George Sneed, Milton 2 32 1 13 4 00 2 82, 3 75 Jewelers & Importers 133..35 WestMalnSt. SEEDS Field Lexington, :- - Keitucky. New York, Urunels, Helfjulm. If ks can't .upplr you. write us direct. IOUUVIUI auo CO. trul arte) Main teuleveae, Ky, Buy Mum from your local eead daaiar.