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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): February 25, 1915 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1915 cen1915022501_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 25, 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. ENTRAL RECORD. PURE REHOIOA, UJflA RNI8HED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD OOVERNMEN1. TWRNTT 1374 inches of Advertising this Issue. rirTIt TEAR, LANCASTER. KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON, FEBRUARY 25, 1915. Please hand us that $ BUYS NUMBER 47. FARM. MORE FUNDS. Keenkutter Cutlery & Edge Tools Pocket Knives, lack of Paint of at the Ilex. has purchased the farm sixty-si- Miss Trey O'Hearts Itlrd, containing about Twelve pages thli week and alt good forss.UW. Mr. Shepherd will possession at once. ones. Going some. x "illg Court" begins next Monday. Mr. I, II. Shepherd, Lick The Woman's Club of this city has Lucy donated $10 tq the Committee of Mercy acres fund. IP m t tak FARM SELLS. I We Are jtieaaquar-ter- s A lot of men are on their uppers owing to the high cost of living. Scissors, The farm belonging to Mr. J. I Ilsilard and was advertised to be sold Mr. J. It, Dorman, who made one of last Monday, was purchased by Mr. D WantcdA Hank that will allow an the best representatives that Jessamine W, Fanlkner. for The Crab Orchard county ever had in the Legislature, Is Hanking overdraft. Apply at this office. Co for $3160. The farm con a candidate for re election and the tained 113 acres. An automobile does not prove that a good people of that county should get man has money, but that he did have behind him and see that he wins it in a SHOULD BE For Wagon Robea are warm, long in beautiful rich color. your own comfort, and ask for 5A when you buy. .a loui.t .A .TAIL. a .LAMK.T .LANKIT It. The early bird gets the worm, but worm gets for being out so late. walk. THOMAS & EUKIIN, Agents. i 2r ig & ? Jft The last day for filing schedules of Gait House in Louisville the first three Income tax will be March the first. days In March. Alt his friends and and every one covered with the strongsupporters are iiivited to attend this Don't fall to see the first episode of While Ithe collector may accept "Trev 0 Hearts" which starts at The reasonable excuse and give an extension meeting. est Guarantee that can be put on them. Rex Theatre tonight. to April 1st, it is better not to count on such clemency. Should one prove defective in the miFailure to file schedu STILL A BOOSTER. "Crafty" Burnside says he has plant lea on time involves a possible fine of ed most of bis garden, has peas up, and $1,000, and an additional CO per nutest point, it will be replaced without cost Hon. John M. Farra, who represent cent is mating young onions. ed Garrard county In the Legislature, added to your taxes. to you. Make our store your headquarters. was In the city a day or two ago. Mr. Feed is getting so high that only the Farra was known as the "booster" LIBERAL DONATION. plutocrats can keep a cow in town and when he lived in Lancaster, but has sell milk to the neighbors. The Woman'a Club is justly proud of quit it for farming, which he says pays If the "Trey 0' Hearts" Is as inter a besutiful picture given them by C, better. Lexingtonian. Urower and Co. The picture is esting as "The Master Key" it will be known as Hottlcelli's Louvre Madonna. some picture. We hear it Is. When beautiful reproductions of such BLOODHOUNDS Quite a few are studying seed pictures can be obtained at the present cataloguer, but Crafty says Its too late prices, there seems no excuse, for any , FOR DANVILLE. school or club room belriR without them. they ought to be in the ground. The police department of Danville Only the best should be given a lasting has purchased a pair of bloodhounds of This piece upon the wall of any room. See Zudora tomorrow night. Marshall Lihr, of Hustonville, for $175. picture is very popular with "movie They are said to be well trained and goers". See Zudora solve the Mystery GOOD MUSIC AT THE "REX". ofTer their services to anyone in need of Lost Ships. The managers of the Hex Theater of their line of work. Mr. White Marsee says it pays to tell are to be congratulated upon the good 3G the folks what you have and how you music they are now furnishing the PROF. CANEER IN are selling it, that he is doing a land patrons nt this popular house. Mr. Charlie Schemmel, of Maysville, arriv office business. CINCINNATI ed last Friday and plays the violin with We hrar there is a shortage in labor the ease and grace of a veteran and The Queen City has thrown open its all over town, yet the streets are full with A. M. Ogg as cornetist. A. D. doors this week to three thousand of loafers and the picture shows crowd- Kirk, pianist and John Murphy on the school superintendents from all parts ed with them every night. snare drum, they furnish music to the of the United States, drawn there by Best on the market. public that is rarely heard in a city the the Educational Association. !" iff1 The curtains are down from many size of Lancaster. Prof. M. L. Caneer, our local Ask these men who have them. W. E. Moss, windows, the boys are playing marbles. superintendent of schools, who is althe sap is running up in the base ball R, L. Burton, W. T. John Adnms, Jas Clark, ways interested in educational work, GERMANY'S RESPONSE. bat, so, of course. Spring has arrived. left Tuesday morning to attend this Bradshaw.J. I). Kinnalrd. Germany's response to America's meeting and will remain the remainder protest against her abandonment of of the week. S. A. HILL, AGENT, LANCASTER, RY. H SCANDALOUS. the principals of belligerent privateerlicet pickets flushed and apples blushed. ing, is not a response but an evasion. DE DE Germany cannot expect us to go to TAKES UP EXPERI Indeed, it was distressing war with England in order that she For in plain sight that very night MENTAL WORK. They saw the salad dressing. insy get what she wants. American ships are not threatened with destruc Mr. Louie Tinder will leave in a few tion by England. Their quarrel is not days for Lexington, where he expects GOOD MEETING. our quarrel. Germany's demand for to take up the diseases of hogs under We are now in a meeting at Jackson our armed intervention may be eonitru Dr. Graham in the experimental ed that she is weakening' and that her one' of the greatest meeting or my To INSURE In a Leading department of that station. Mr. Tinder ministry. Great crowds and many resisting power Is not so great has already had quite a little experience formerly. turr.ed away for want of room. Some along this line, having assisted Dr. R. or fifty were at the altar Sunday, fortv L. Pontius in this county in a number THE'EATING PROBLEM. up to date. Meeting Several blessed Such as the Springfield Fire and Marine. of cases. When he returns from his through this week and if will continue CAPITAL. fcver since Adam and Eve were studies, he will take up the vaccination I decide to stay over Sunday Iter. turned loose in the Garden of Eden, of hogs and hopes to be of some benefit Collin one of the leading Evangelists the eating problem has been in vogue. to the farmers of this county. May will DM my pulpit Sunday. but never has it been more expensive success cyowo your efforts Dr. Tinder. S. II. PollitU PES than at the present time. It doesn't matter whether Its cold or hot, wet or QUARANTINE MORE dry, every man, woman and child has to have his three "hots" a day, thereSTRINGENT. fore it behooves the thrifty housewife to save every cent she can on what she J. W. Newman, Commissioner of buys. I have two stocks of goods, and Agriculture, has called upon the 120 am selling canned goods and everything County Judges of the state to help eheaper than you can buy it elsewhere, combat the foot and mouth disease. then why not step down to the Central Fourteen Government experts are Record building to D. White Marsee's coming lo tms state and with the coand save enough on a few cans to pay operation of the county officials, every for a good square meal. It. efTort will be made to check this disease that has proved so disastrous to ON the farmers of Kentucky. County GYPSY QUEEN TOBACCO. Judge C A. Arnold received a com munication announcing If Garrard county could Federol By reason of an order Issued by the Banking Commissioner at 3j a few more as enterprisingboast of a quarantine had again beenthat into ef and proput gressive citizens as Mr. It. N. Beasley, fect on all cattle and other ruminants. Frankfort' Ky, to The Garrard Bank and Trust Co, of Lancaster, Ky of I'aint Lick, she would indeed be No stock sales can be made on the and by reason of orders issued by the Comptroller of Currency at & fortunate. Mr. Reazley has recently streets or in public pens, neither can gone into the tobacco manufacturing cattle be driven from one county to Washington D. C to The National Bank, and the Citizens National business at his home and Is now plac another, either for stock purposes, or ing on the market a twist that we hops any other purpose, unless first inspect of Lancaster, Ky., Bank Of Bryantsvllle, Bryantsville, Ky., we Bank, and believe will goon make him famous. ed by the local county Live Stock In & He manufactures only the one brand, spector. Stock can be shipped only the undersigned banks acting under these respective orders, will not known as the "Gvpsy Queen", which for immediate slaughter. The new retails for ten cents. It is made of the quarantine came ai a result ot a fresh j be allowed to pay any check, order or note of any one unless he has the best tobacco this county produces and outbreak of the foot and mouth disease persons who believe in patronizing in various parts of the state. money on deposit to his credit sufficient to pay the same when presented home industry and are user of the ' as possible from this date, and weed, should never be without a twist This will be enforced so PEOPLES HOUSE of "Gypsy Queen." Razors, Axes, Etc. just see what the INCOME TAX. a SUPPORTERS. Congressman A. 0. Stanley will hold conference with his friends at the STANLEY 5A Plush generous sue, of wear, made patterns and Buy one for Harness and Plow-Gear.- nu.H o. BUY A ron iracrr u.t POP. TMC .TA.LI for voua own com pout CONN BROTHERS. Lancaster, Ky. Sold br Let Us Show You ' Our Line of Harness. LIVE and LET LIVE FOLKS HASELDEN BROS. Wholesale and Retail Hardware. aj:3jiaJiifi The Nappanee 31 IE 31 IE READ - -- READ GET OUT YOUR HIDDEN MONEY. BORROW MORE, BEG THE REST and come to the great SHOE SALE. . 2,000 pairs of Mens, Ladles and Shoes going at cost and below. Child-re- ns American Company 3,800,000,00 shoes $2.50, $5. shoes at $3.60, $2.50 shoes at $1.75. $1.25 and 98 cents. If you will only come yon will find shoes that you will buy, don't miss the bargains as shoes are, getting higher every day. $3.50 G. M. LYONS LANCASTER. KENTUCKY. 11 ii IE MORE IE AND AFTER MARCH 15, 1915. w far j 1 ri j STRICTLY ENFORCED ON AND AFTER MARCH 1515 4 g At Danville Sells More Garrard County WATCH US GROW. The Central Record feels grateful for the support given it by subscribers anil advertisers here end elsewhere. It enables us to get out what our friends are kind enough to say is a good paper, and it enables us to make it pay our advertisers as our circulation grows daily. This week we are getting out twelve pages, which is some paper for country town. No better evidence of the prosperous condition of a community can be found than the presence, in Its center, of a live prosperous newspaper. We have, in every way, added to our facilities and axe prepared to do any kind of work. We have a magnificent printing press and a large Omaho folder, these together with our smaller presses) makes our office as attractive as any in Central Ky. and Those who take a pride in their town and county should support their county psper as it goes out as a representative of the county Into every ptrt of the state and many other states. When we succeed you succeed, you cannot seperate the business interests of a town and only by all of us pulling together and helping each other can we all succeed. Tobacco. The tobacco growers of this county have faithfully stuck by the Danville warehouses and in return have received good prices for their good tobacco. The Peoples House, of which Col. I. M, Dunn, seems to be the "whole cheese" is justly proud of the record, his house has made and appreciates the patronage he has received from this county. He informs us that his house has broken all previous records and that the market is still good for the right kind of tobacco and backs up what be saya by the following prices received at his house yesterday. The entire crop of U. J, Hendren, of Paint Lick, sold as follows: 90 pounds pounds at 15, 75 pounds at 161,200 pounds at 19J, 290 pounds at 20, 210 pounds at 28, 25 pounds at 40, 115 pounds at 20, 300 pounds at 14, 195 pounds at 101, 275 pounds at 4. CO. This means an average lor the en tire crop from the ground up, $19.20. On the same day W. V. Rice, of Doyle, 325 pounds at 141, 170 pounds at 225 pounds at 18, 125 pounds at 22), 230 pounds at 21. 230 pounds 15, 180 pounds at 14 and 390 pounds, at 12. This crop average $15.95. 2? w J J j I as we will be obliged to obey these orders from the departments or the state and of the Comptroller of the Currency at Washington, D. C. We are giving this information to all of our depositors, with the request that they bear the same in mind and govern themselves accordingly, to the end that we may both be spared any possible an- noyance resulting from overlooking it. in helping We will much appreciate your aid and bring about this necessary change. S,gmed ii ZUDORA or The Mystery of the Lost Ships. g & At The S The Garrard Bank and Trust Co., The National Bank, Citizens National Bank. Bank Of Bryantsville. f J at Hi. ICO Opera House Friday Admission: 5 Night and 10 li, Cents Page 2 mm On request we will show a letter from Kentucky Experiment Station, showing that Our Seed Oats Germinate We have good reasons to believe that our CLOVER and TIMOTHY SEED will do as well, because we only buy the BEST. Prices as low as GOOD SEED can be sold. BUY COW PEAS BEFORE THEY ADVANCE AGAIN. We reduced all grades of our Coal One Cent Per Bushel last week and it makes a BARGAIN K FOR YOU. flu: . SAVE MONEY on your FLOUR by buying from Phone 26. HUDSON & HUGHES Lancaster, Kentucky. William Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Will Naylor are recelv-in- g congratulations upon the arrival of a little daughter at their home, near A Focd r.n:I Ncrvo Tcnlc CANDIDATE FOR SECRETARY OF STATE ' -- - 1 , Wo HELP COMES QUICKLY When Hyomei It -- r U.d For Head Colds, 'l Ik G. B. LIKENS THE VOTERS OP KENTUCKY1 I am n Secretary of TO.State, subject to tho will of tho Democratic candidateto for expressed In party be the primary election Aug. 7, 1915 My party loyulty, my availability at a candidate, my conduct as a private cltlien and my record as a public official 'are respectfully submitted for Investigation and consideration. For more than three jean I have served you as Assistant Auditor, and while the oWce Is not an elective one, tho duties aro Important and exact-lnThesfl I have honestly endeavored to discharge properly and effMy experience, I feel, has especially equipped me to till the iciently. office to which I now aspire, it nominated and elected as your Secretary oi State, all the ehersy and ability vhlcfc 1 have shall be earnestly dethat; department. No duty will be too arduous moted to the business-oui be considered too trivial to refor me to perform faithfully, and inone Keeling ery grateful for the assurceive careful ami prompt alteotlti. ances of support already rtelvd. and soliciting the votes and Influence ' of all, lam," Sincerely yours, . , O U. UKB.VS. Catarrh or Croup. Gilbert' Creek. Mrs. T. W. Jones has been quite ill When your head is allsstulTed up caus for several days with erysipelas. Her ing you dull headaches, dilllcull 03 an idsal combination for this purpoic mother, Mrs. E. H. Norman, of Walton R. E. McRoberls snlllling, are you lee I is at her bed side. generally miserable, there is nothing Mrs. Lula Johnson, who has been quite equal to Hyomei to give quick. STANFORD spending the winter "t DeLand, Fla., effect! ire and lasting benefit-- ct per was called here last week on account fectly harmless, simple to use and inS. Albert Phillips, of Lexington, was of expensive. the illness of Miss Tina Johnson. here several days 'his week. To gijt quick mid certain relief from Mrs. Ed. Peyten returned hbme from A Carefully Selected list of Leading Periodicals EsMrs. Ilettie Fowler has been confined Middlesboro Monday after spending catarrh or a cold it is most important to her room with an attack of grip. that the mecication goes directly to the several days ut the bedside of Miss Miss Elizabeth Simpson, cf Lancas- Mary Cyrd (livens, who is quite ill with inflamed tissue lining the air passages. pecially Prepared for Readers or The Central Record. That's the Hyomei method. Just put it ter, has been the guest of Mrs. Nora appendicitis. HERE IS OUR OFFER TO YOU. few drops of antiseptic Hyomei in the Goodnight. Mr. and Mrs. J nines II. Haughman There were about twelve horse-bac- k returned home last week from Rattle inhaler that comes with every complete riders here from Lancaster Monday Creek, Mich., where they have been outfit, and breathe it you will feel bet afternoon. for several weeks. They also visited ter at once. It clears the head quickly 1 relieves the tightness n th chest and Mrs. J. II. Woner and Miss Elizabeth relatives and friends in Missouri. feeling, all disagreeable that choked-uHunn were in Lancaster Saturday for Cecil Williams, of Somersetswas here nasal discharges, watery eyes and dul a short time. 1 Monday on businoss. Mr. Williams leadaches surely cease. Peter Straub, of Somerset, has been will probably make the racd for repreSo certain is R. E. Mcltoberts of the here this week with his mother, Mrs. sentee of Pulaski county. He is a curative powers of Hyomei for catarrh, Mary Straub. 1 sterling democrat and is heartily en- croup, asthma, nnd similar diseases, Mrs. John Charles Osborne, of Knox-vill- dorsed by his host of friends who will sella it on tho that he is tho guest of her mother, Mrs. stand by him in the race if he should plan. 1 stmiMomhiy decide to make it. Charlotte Warren. The February term of Circuit Court Mesdames V, A. and Ed. Price, of MT. HEBRON Lancaster, were her? for a short while convened here last Monday, After the 1 Monday afternoon. jurvrnen were chosen, they were Mrs. Everett Duncan is on tho sick by Judge Hardin in his usual list. Mrs. C. P. Stucky, of Leu'svitle has returned home after a visit to Mrs. forceful and Impressive way in regard Mr. Raymond Scott of Junction City 1 to the dllfercnt evils that were existing Is visiting relutlves Here this week, George F. Ueliordo. in Stanford und Lincoln county. The Miss Jessie Ray of Coy is the guest Mrs, J. C. Reynolds and baby are Our special bargain price for all six, one year the guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs jury in the Circuit Court lined the of her cousin Miss Christine Speaks. Southern Express Company 500 in a J. F. Smith at Mavsville. Mr. Villa Speaks and family of Highvery important case, alfecting shipland are visiting his brother Mr. - E. Mrs. It. G. Hampton has leturned to ments of whiskey into dry territory, Speaks. her home at Lebanon Junction aftet There were several other minor cases spending several days here, Miss Ressio Rogers of Danville will decided. A snecial term of court will Miss Mollis Johnson, of Louisville, be held beginning April Gth, for tho begin a select school at Sunny-sid- e returned homo Monday after a visit to trial or Henry Hudson for killing V. March 1st. W. tiurton several weeks ago. her aunt, Miss Minnie Straub. Mr. C. W. Johnson returned last This astonishing olTer is limited nnd may he withdrawn ot anyweek from a visit to his brother Mr. Mrs. V. J. Romans, of Lancaster time without further notice. Wc therefore advise you to take advanJas. Johnson. spent several days herd last week with TO REMOVE EVERY her sister, Mrs. A. A. Carson. Tho Ladies of the Missionary Society tage of it, na you may never again have such an opportunity wherein of Mt Hebron will make bonnets at you can get so much valuuble and interesting readinil mntter for so Mrs. Will Murphy, of Shelby City, is SIGN OF DANDRUFF. reasonable prices. visiting her sister, Mrs. George F. De little money. This is positively one of the biggest and best combinaHorde and other relatives here. If your hair Is not pretty: If it is Mrs. Harrison Preston, who under- tion bargains ever presented to tho public. You get all your home Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hughes, of losing color, too dry, full of dandruff. went a serious operation, at the home news, a high class national weekly newspaper, the very best Juvenilo falling out. Or if your ucaln itches, you of her father, Mr. J. E. Sherrow on Clarke fille, Tenn.. are the guest of magazine, the world famous national farm magazine, a leading und incan quickly overcome.all of these con- last Tuesday, is doing nicely. relatives and friends here this week. Mrs. Dillard Urumlleld and children fluential womans magazine, and a leading poultry monthly. This Is Hess Shugars, of Richmond, ditions at a trilling cost with this simple Miss returned to their home in Jessamine reouy a nome group, appealing, Instructive and interesting to every was here this week a few drys with home treatment. Just get from It. E. Mcltoberts some Sunday after a few days visit with her member of your family. Remember this offer Is good hor brother, W. K. Shugars and family. for a short time Parisian Sage, a most helpful and in parents Mr, and Mrs. A. . Dean. only. All subscriptions may be new or renewal. If renewal your time 0. P Newland. of Uurnside, is here vigorating tonic that supplies tvery hair this week the guest of his son, Owsley need. will be extended. "The Bui Laxative I Know Of." It Is easily applied and absolutely Newland and other relatives and friends harmless. Improvement begins with "I have sold Chamberlain's Tablets Mrs. Annie Newland has returned the first application for Parisian Sage for severs) years. Proplo who have Now-TO-D- AY. home from Lexington, whare she has not only nourishes the hair roots but used them will take nothing else. I been, for a week with relatives and stimulates your hair to grow long, can recommend them to my customers friends. thick, soft, Unify and lustrous. It Im as the best laxative and cure for con Call or mall all orders to Mr. and Mrs. Miller Hill are recelv- - mediately removes every bit of dand-ruf- f, stipation that I know of," writes Ing congratulations u.er the arrival of stops Itching scalp and surely Frank Strouse. Fruitland. Iowa. For a little son who has been christened gives your hair new life and beauty. sale by all dealers. Mfesss Emulsion nt l:,The Central Record p e, year. Cincinnati Weekly Enquie yr. Boys Magazine, monthly year. Farm and Fireside year. Todays Magazine, monthly yr. I Phone 26. nnn Pf m - Poultry Pointers, monthly year I- ONLY $1.75 Subscribe We CENTRAL RECORD. The Central Record, Thursday Feb 25 1915. A Neatly SENT CUSTER STORY 'Telegrapher Who Flashed News of Massacro Just Retired. After SAYS Also HE IS HIS BROTHER HI Slatsr-lr- v QUITS HUSBAND FOR TRAMP THa Wife She It BAHLEJITTHE German AIR Engraved Visiting Card 1$ Law and Treats Her She Were. at If Woman Twice Crosses Continent With Man Arretted With Her on MONSTER FLEET 8erloue Charge. THE proper thing Mlnoulo, Mont Tho nowa of tho Cutter maaancro waa first told to the iworld In 1870 by John M, Carnahan, then manager anil operator In thu Western Union offlco In Bismarck, North Dakota. After an actlro service lof more than fifty years Mr. Carnahan has Jitat been retired on a pcnalnn. Mr. Carnahan begnn hla caroer ns RECORD CENTRL a telegrapher In 18GI. In tho fall of 1872 tho Northern Pacific railway linn had been completed as far weit ai fllamarck, N, D. Mr. Carnahan was naked to go to Illamarck nnd mnnnco that office, and In thn lon-l- y Court Days. spring of 1873 ho went there nnd thn big chapter In tho atory of hla event-fu- l Richmond, 1st. Monday. life began. For It was whllo ho Paris, lit. Monday. waa nt Jllimnrek thnt ho sent to tho Frankfort, 1st. Monday, world tho account of the Custer masllarrodsburg, 1st Monday. sacro on tho Little nig Horn In July, Islington, 2nd. Monday. ,186. Stanford, 2nd. Monday. ' Fort Abraham Lincoln, the poit of Shclliyvlllc, 2ml. Monday. the 8erenth cavalry nnd tho headtiuar-terCarlisle, 2nd. Monday. of Ilrlgadler Ocncral Cuatcr, waa Danville, 3rd. Mondr;-- . 'at lllsmnrck. Mr. Carnahan won Brigadier Oencrnl Custer's friendship Ijiwrenceburg, 3rd. Monday. anil ho became tho personal friend nf Nicholatvillc, 3rd. Monday, the officers at Lincoln. And so It was Ml. Sterling. 3rd. Monday. that ho and the post surgeon rode out Somcrtet, 3rd. Monday, FERDINAND PINNEY EARLE from the old garrison with the Cutter (leorgetown, 3rd. Monday. expedition when It started In June, LANCASTER. 4lh. Monday. 1S7C. to punish tho Sioux. The surgeon Winchester, 4th. Monday. and tho operator made tho first twelve Montlccllo. 4111. Monday. miles with the Seventh cavalry. Then Versailles. 4th. Monday. they turned back with tho last dispatches which Ilrlgadler Oencrnl Custer sent No word nine back to Illsmarck from the Seventh cavalry and Its comHut that occasioned no surmander. prise. Expeditions of that sort were a common occurrence In those days. It was on the night of July 5 when Train Schedule At Lancaster, Kj. the steamboat Far West came down The Far West tho river to Illamarck. AltlllVE. brought the wounded of Iteno'a comNo 10; G:0O a. m. mand and tho oH1cl.il dispatches which To Mayivillr, connecting at Richmond totd of tho completq annihilation of with I. & N to Frankfort St Uuiiville; the Custer command." On tho morning of July C Mr. Carna-h"at Winchester with C & O to Lexlng-to- n found on his desk In the telegraph & Frankfort, Mount Sterling & nf.ee a carpet ting filled with official Cincinnati. Ashland, at I'arii to dlspntrhca. There was on Immrnso No 71; 8:33 a. m. lot of them. Ho "flashed" tho news to To Itowland & Stanford connecting the Fast, and then settled down to tho at Itowland, 1. & N to all Kinta South transmission of tlie official story to the department of war In Washlnnton. No 28; 11:01 a. m. It was eight o'clock on the morning of To Klrlimond. connecting with I. & July C when ho began his tremendouu N to Irvine & Ileattyville, Lexington task. Not until flvo o'clock the folfi Cincinnati, Middlriboro & Knoxvllle. lowing morning II hours lld ho leave his Instruments. Then for three No 70; 11:50 n. m. To Kichmond, connecting with fait hours ho slept the sleep of utter exhaustion. Ho returned to his work, train to Cincinnati. and fur 20 hours ho sat at his key. It p. m. No 27; was four o'clock the next morning To Ixjuijville. connecting at Lebanon when ho checked oft tho slgnaturn of Junction to KlUalicthtown & Howling the last dispatch In that old carpet Green, and at Ilardatown Junction to bag. Ho had sent 80,000 words In the liardstown & Springfield. two shifts. . For two days the eastern newspa-- , No 0; 8:42 p. m. per had been clamoring for news, and To Stanford, connecting with fait thrrn wns no ono to send It Mr Car train to Ilriitol .t Atlanta. nahan could not leave hla official work nnd there waa no other telegraph operator within two hundred miles. To tho New York Herald, tho Chica go Inter Ocean and tho 81 Paul Plo- Official Directory Of Garrard Countj. neer Press ha sent as much of tho lion. Clianaa A. Hardin. Circuit Jodt news as he had strength to prepare. . Uttvtmonwealllia .UtHrnaj llou. Kraraet And that was tho way tho uewa of tlio Custer battle was sent out II. Jlaaon. UlreiiltCUrk-Wlllla- ni I Tho man who drew "affinity" from That was tho big news artlrlo In W. U.ilruwn Maater Cemralaatanvr tho career of John Carnahan. Hut In tho pages of the dictionary is now livIlsblnao Troalr Jury fiiml HeiiJ. Omcial Cjtirt Hliiurarlrr Mlia Sua Hlu'lii thn professional secrets of S3 years nt ing at the home of his brother at N. J. His latest soulmate Is a telegraph key there must be many Maaon. Oouoiy Judf O A.ArhaM. Incidents stored up which would star--I Miss Charlotte Herman. 11. ('. Walkrr. Ueuntr AlloMiry tie tho world It they wero told. Ceanlr Clerk J, W. Hamilton. BERLIN HAS MANY MAIMED r dark Harry Tomllrtasn. PADDY MAKES BLUFF GOOD (feroiitr J, A. Jonca. A. Kotiin MirrllT-- U. Soldiers Swathed In Dindaget Are ht puly iLrl(T Oronrn T. Ballaril. Irishman, Slnglehandcd, Captures Six Seen Everywhere In the GerPuptrlnttnitant ol dcboola Mlta Jmnl Ilia German Soldiers snd Marches man Capital. Ipa. Them Into English Trenches. Ataaar IJate hatnlrrfl. Herlln. No fair picture could bo Prpatr Aatcaatir K. II. Kay. Private Ceorgo, at Drlghton, wounddrawn of tho Herlln of war time that Jailer Pave lioaa ed, tells this story: did not Includo mention of tho thoue'iMrrvlwrv( Kaaita trretaail Hourst "Paddy Kcennn, an Irishman serv- sands of wounded In tho streets. In rrraaurrr J. W. bliaotr. ing with our regiment, was surprised motor cars. In wheel chairs nnd In tho MAI1IHT1IATKK. ono day by a Oermnn scouting rnrty crowds on tho streets, they are everyJ. N. WUIlo lit, lllit. of six whllo ho was taking It easy where limping, maimed and swathed Logan laua tint, Illll. a Utile In advance of our lines. Ho In bandages. At one dinner table In John A. Ildm Jrd.lil.t. saw Ihcro was no choice between tho Hotel Adlon wero four officers, Jamta CoMlron lib. Mat, Muffing It or a little trip to Ilcrlln every ono of whom had his arm In a COUNTHOAItlt (IF KIil'l'ATIO!' or the grave, so ho choso tho former. sling, and two of whom bad their TBompa Arnold. Jr. In. Wat. Jnmplng to his feet ho called on tho heads In bandages. One, n captain, It. I). HcJluttr). nd. M.I. Cormans to throw down their nrms, had lost his right band, but ho had 11. J. llrndreu. Ird. Dial. ns they wero covered by tho rifles of tho Iron cross of the Unit class and ho Tbomai I', Kluir. Ilh. Mrt. his friends. Paddy ordered them to seemed the happiest of tho party. InMTV OK LANCAKTEK. march In slnglo fllo toward our deed, tho cheerfulness of tho wounded Major-1-- (I. tianlilami. trenches. Ho followed behind with contrasted strikingly with tho sad Jud-City J. P. l'ratliar. his rlflo ready. When tho Germans cyct of tho many women in mourning. Ultf Atlonuy J. K. UoWmoti. Hun. Oily UlMk-r.- O. found that tho trenches wero so far City Aiaeaaor Juliu M. Muul. nway they wero waxy, but as they HAS NEW AIR BOMB Wly Trraiurer W. F. Champ, had previously thrown away their FRANCE Unlet puller L. R. lie rrou. nrms they could do nothing sgalnst COUNC1LME.N Paddy and his rifle, so they mado the Liquid Mlttlls Can Do Used Three Hours After Filling Guarded J. II. Pallou Parker Orrsorr. best of a bad Job and wero brought Sara Cotton. W. M.Zanone, With Secrecy. Into camp as prisoners." W. O. (ioodloe Ur. J. A. Auion. Paris. A liquid air bomb lias been Makee J 18,000 on Seed Wheat AtchlBon, Kan. Henry Merwlck, an perfected which can bo used In three Atchison traveling man, whoso terri- hours ntter It has been filled. Considtory Includes several western Kansas erable) secrecy has been observed In counties, says many merchants In that rosard to tbo bomb, which M. Palnley, section mado money this year by tho academician, made practical from staking farmers to seed wheat last tho Inventor's design. fall, to bo repaid on a basts of tho crop. The ex pens of seedShot Carried Gold Coins. ing Is nbout two hundred dollars a Paris. Thrco gold pieces bavo been quarter section, Ono merchant In bis extracted from the skin ot Private territory mado 116,000 this year. ltolsscy In Paris. A piece ot shrapnel pierced tho pocket ot another soldier, Testing War Fabrics. who had coins, and who was marching Should be Engraved or London. To test war fabrics, 40,000 ahead ot Ilolssey. Tho shrapnel and Embossed nowadays. recruits In Engllth camps are wear- tho coins lodged In the leg of Ilolssey, ing suits of khaki of different teiture who didn't have a cent beforo ho waa It reflects good taste and over their ordinary clothing. wounded. at once creates a favorable impression. s (or a lady or gentleman to present nowadays, when making calls. Come and see what a beautiful line of samples we have and get our prices for 50 or more. Fifty Yean of Active 8ervlce John M. Carnahan Recetvee a Ptnilon Tlcka off 80,000 Wordi In Two 8hlftt. Discharged Monday Tacoma, Wash from tho Pierce County hospital, where for months he bad been unable to remember his own name, Kdwnrd C. Cooper went to Seattle with hla wtfe, who had Just discovered his presence In Tacoma, Tho next day he disappeared again. When ho next camo to offlclal notice ho was nt tho Tacoma city Jail, representing himself as tho Iter. Frncst A. Cooper, who had como from Africa to help find his missing brother, Rdward. Instead nf tho dingy brown suit ho had worn as tho "man of mystery," ho had donned a long frock coat with silk lapels, black rimmed spectacles, fancy vest and broad clerical hat Ho had tho pollco bring out tho picturo taken of the strange wanderer) arrested on Tacoma avenue Inst March. Ita declared this unkempt, ), person was his brother lie seemed much disappointed Informed the unknown had left when tho county hospital, but declared he would keep up the search. j Tho unknown was In n daze when found by the police last March wandering aimlessly on Tacoma streets. Ho wns sent to the county hospital. It ns Cooper's wlfo In Seattlo who revealed his plural Identity or Insanity. She said he Is now obsessed with the Idea that ho Is bis own brother, treats bis wife ns n slsler-tn-laand talks religion to her as If he wero actually L. & N. n 29 I'nr-rr- , I Iivr-m- Personal Stationery th one-four- a meager exlstenco as a tramp with E Fred Halttead, Mrs. W. II. Blade, aged walked from Oakland to Kilter's Alrthlpt Defeat French Air thirty-one- , Portland, with Halstead and was arFleet In 8plrlted Enuagement rested with him by Detectives Hydo Victors Then Throw Bombs nnd Vaughn, who charge Halstead Untcd States Warships in for Causing Great Damage. with violating the Mann "white slave" Month of Hardest Kind Journalist serf' act Dcrlln. A German According to Information received of Drilling. Ing in the kaiser's aviation corps on by Detective Captain Ilaty from Truo tho battlefields of France, sends a Van Sickle, attorney, ot Oakland, Cal vivid description of a spirited battle Halstead caused tho woman to desert In the air In which ho participated. H IY FLETCHER her husband and three children nt COMMANDED wns decornlcd with tho Iron Cross for Oakland. tho bravery he displayed In this specWhen they first fled, more than a tacular conflict year ago, Halttead and tho woman Largett and Most Powerful Fleet Ever 'The weather was miserable during worked their way to New York nnd Aetembted Under the Stars and tho last week." ho writes. "We had mmlo the return trip In a similar manStripes May Solve Efficiency vcry ner. raln( gnow and fog Tne Blr wa, of Our Navy. of unfavorable for aviation. Ousts Mrs. Slide Is suffering from a dislowind mado It difficult to navigate and cation of ono of her hips, tho result Washington. Tho largest nnd most! gave one a feeling similar to seasick- of a beating administered by Halstead powerful fleet ever assembled under ness. when be found out she had written to the Stars and Stripes Is now gathered "However, wo kept up our practice her husband. off Ouantanamo, on the North coast of and tried to do as much damage as Evidence Intended to show that Hal- Cuba, for a month ot tho hardest kind possible to tho enemy. Our opponents stead Is guilty of violating tho federal wero vcry daring and I must glvo them law was taken by the detectives nnd of drilling. It will be a great spectacle credit for the bravery shown In their turned over to tho federal authorities. for the few civilians who will see It, but for tho moro than ono thousand flights obovo our ranks. They wero officers and 25,000 enlisted men It not afraid of our batteries and SOLDIER AN EGYPTIAN means work, unceasing labor, to fit tho to cscapo tho hall of shots diAmerican navy for battle. rected at them. Vet every Jack Tar Is glad he IS "So we decided we would have to there. Great fascination surrounds the fight them In the air. We organized a maneuvers, tho orderly marching and system of espionage nnd ono day we over the parade received word thnt flvo machines of ground ot the ocean, dreadnaughts and tho enemy had arisen In the neighbor cruisers taking the place of Individual hood of A. and wero coming our way. soldiers, but obeying the orders sent At a moment's notlco we got our maby wireless and wigwag Just as Imchines In positions, tho motors were plicitly and readily as a squadron of f whirring and In Intervals of cavalry. minute each we rose In the air. Tho firing of the great guns Is fun "Immediately wo took our course In for officer and man, too. Target practho direction of A. and tried to reach tice Is a great game. Every nerve is a greater height than tho French, destrained to mako tho enormous rjfles termined to tend them to the ground. do their best, and hot rivalry Is exhibWo ere armed to tho teeth, so to ited by tho gun crews. Ilutlness Is say. Wo not only carried bombs, but pleasure when tho heart Is in It also machlno guns. j The eyes of tho whole United States "In the neighborhood of A. wo saw l are directed to Rear Admiral Frank .Mtho French machines cruising, Friday Fletcher and his ships today achines ot tbo slnglo and doublo decker ' A great wave of criticism has swept typo were flying nround In open forover tho country. The European war mation taking observations of our pohas created Interest In the army and sitions. As we were flying In close navy; and every patriot feels that If formation it seems they did not recognot the greatest we should have the nize how many wo were. So they went , best n?vy In the world. for our first "taube" In a body. Is the navy np to scratch? "Hut this Ilttlo 'dovcy' ducked and This Is the question tho maneuvers rising again sent a shot at one of tho may solve and at tho same time do a French doublo deckers which seemed great deal toward making It possible to put Its propeller out of commission. to answer In the affirmative The navy At leaet, wo saw tbo ship gliding needs maneuvers, JusJ as ai army gracefully down to the earth j needs drills. A fleet will be awkward "In tho meantime we had made In forming lit battle lino In time or ready for business and now began a war If the superior officers have not fight of ono machine nrvilntt the other. ' performed all the evolutions often In Tho French tried their best to get time of peace. above us. In order to drop bombs upon Much Practicing Necessary, Hut wo frustrated their game by I us. Partly due to the use of the big following them up higher and higher. ships off the coast ot Mexico, the "I saw my colleaguo Lieutenant M. maneuvers have been neglected. This about COO yards to my left, finish his Is the first time In three years that the adversary. Ho must have received ' entire fleet will be assembled for batserious Injury, for he went down like tle practice. Three years means a nn arrow. The second one wns also long while when one considers how put out of business vcry soon. fast tho art of naval warfare Is "Th?n camo my own and my comJust to mention one Item: panion's turn. A powerful double caliber wero car- Typo of the native Egyptian toldler Naval guns of decker was firing furious!) at us. A rled on no ship In the world threo great number of bullets cut holes In in the llrltlsh Infantry service. years ago. Now the Texas nnd the our cam as wings, when my companion New York carry theso mammoth BOY HERO SAVES PLAYMATE signaled to me with bis arms to mako rifles, and It Is currently reported a sharp turn to tho left. that Great Britain's new Queen Eliza "Our apparatus came to an almost George Hughes, Ten Years Old, Res- bcth clais, now building, will have 15- ' perpendicular position sideways and cues Companion From Wheels Inch guns. then our machine gun began Us deadof Railroad Locomotive. When ono considers that the fleets enly work. Within seconds the ot Great Britain, Germany, France, emy's machine began to shake and Washington, Pa. Russia and Japan are now , Austria, shiver, then It roso like a horse on Georgo Hughes proved himself a hero ' engaged In actual war work every his bind legs and finally It turned a when his playmate, Paul Enoch, ot day In the year, it Is easy to see that somersault, going down very fast, head the same age, becamo entangled In the United States must do a lot of When wo looked around again tho wheel of a moving railroad loco- practicing even to approximate tho dc-- i first the rest of the enemy, two machines. motive on tho Wayncsburg nnd Wash- gree of efficiency to which the fighting ington railroad here. were In full flight natlcs of tho world are arriving. The two boys were standing by the "In the mcantlmo wo bad been ais Tho Guantanamo maneuvers will be cotered from below. They opened flro track when Paul Enoch slipped and the most extensive target and fleet upon us and we bad to rlso higher In his leg became entangled In the wheels practice the American navy has ever order to get out ot their range. Still of the engine. Beforo It could bo gone through. They will last through wo wero determined to reply to their stopped or anyone could reach him tho tho greater part of tho month, and greetings. Wo circled nbovo A. and lad had been whirled around twlco by will bo followed by the Panama canal dropped a number of bombs which did tho wheel's revolution. Then Oeorge j opening exercises, which may involve good work, as wo could observe with reached him and, grabbing his com-- f . some maneuvers of value, too. nnlon by the leg, pulled him frco and tho aid;' of our field glasses. First the Tho armored fleet (tho biggest his life. gas works wero bit and blew up. Then ships) will be In four divisions of 21 Tho boy was unconscious when res- vessels. Ten will be of the wo attacked two railroad stations and left them a mass ot debris. I am cued, but physicians, who were Im- "dreadnaught" class and 11 ot tho sorry to say ono ot our machines was mediately called, said that bis only type. Besides these, two Forious Injury was a deep gash In the ot the tour armored cruisers of forced to land, but as a whole our ex the leg. Oeorge Hughes was pro- fleet and all ot tbo torpedo flotillas, r!t;ht pcdltlon was a huge success." claimed a hero by the persons who except thoso In reserve, will bo pres- LEAP RESTORES MAN'S MIND witnessed the rescue. Ho could not, ent however, understand that he had done Never before did tho fleet contain anything remarkable, and Insisted that practically two complete divisions of Insano Prisoner Jumps From Third he merely grabbed his playmate and the dreadnaught class. The first diviFloor, and Shock Cures pulled him out of tho wheel. sion consists of dreadnaughts of the Him. j most powerful typo and tho second Superior, Wis. When John Ander WOUNDED WANT LOVE TALES division Is mado up ot these powerful vessels except one battleship. son, a laborer, leaped from the third In addition to tho battleships, five floor of a local hospital recently ho German Hotpltat Inmates Are Tired of tbe seven divisions of torpedo-bowas a lunatic. of Reading Literature destroyers will have a part In When he got up, carefully brushed About War. the exercises. This means 21 more tbo snow from his clothes, and saun tcred back Into tho hospital, unin Amsterdam. "What kind of books craft There will be ten auxiliaries jured, be was tane. shall we send to the hospitals?' was and the tcout cruiser Birmingham, Anderson was being detained In tho tho question dispatched by a' Berlin which Is the flagship of tbe torpedo tho state hospital tor the Insane. Ho charitable organization to the head ot flotilla. Directs 103 Veiled. t worked bis nay out ot a one of tho German field hospital diThis does not mean that all tho visions. before he mado tho leap. The shock restored hint to normal The answer camo back promptly: vessels under Admiral Fletcher's commental condition. "Whatever you send, don't send war mand will be at Guantanamo. There literature. Tho wounded like best of will be mlislug all tbo submarines, all a good lovo story. The young men, as well as all tho entailer cruisers "Got the Goat" of Goat. London. A British soldier writing especially, aro rather tired of hearing nnd gunboats and two divisions ot tbo destroyer flotilla. Admiral Fletcher homo from tho firing lino told bow nbout the war. forced marching "got the goat" ot a "It Is better for them, too, that they directs 103 vessels, of which S5 will goat. The animal fell In with his col ihould have a rest from that sort ot be at Guantanamo. It was figured by a nval officer umn and marched about halt a day, thing." guns ot the fleet here that the finally dropping from exhaustion. can Are a broadtldo of 105,400 pounds Earl Escapes Germans. guns bring this up to London. Disguised as a Belgian ref- and tho Worse Than Dumdums. There are 124 A Ilrltlth surgeon says tbo Germans ugee, the earl of Leven nnd Melville, 133,400 pounds. guns in tho reorganized fleet have a bullet that after entering the wounded In tho thigh, escaped from a all ot which are placed so that they tleth turns and passes through back German hospital through the German ward, Inflicting a worso wound than lines, crossed Holland without a pass-tor- t, can be fired In a single broadside. Tbe New York and the Texas each .. a dumdum. and reached London. man-nge- d counter-marchinone-hal( I i I I ! I I Describes Journalist Portland, Ore. After twice crossing Thrilling Fight In France. the continent In boxcars and eking nut guns, ine projecten tiles tired from these guns weigh 1,W pounds each, and It costs the Ameri can people $777 every time ono fired, not counting tbe deterioration In the gun. Fletcher has fire rear admirals un der him, one to command each divi t, sion of the fleet There are 25 .moro than 1,000 officers ot less er rank, and about 25,000 enlisted hu cap-tain- men. The total money value of tho fleet Is 1300,000,000. The New York, with Its sister ship tho Texas the most powerful ship la the American navy Is ordinarily the flagship of Rear Admiral Fletcher but his flag has been transferred to the Wyoming. The New York hat Dccn fitted up with luxurious quarters to receive President Wilson and his party at New York after the maneuvers, and carry them to tbo canal. It has been Informally christened "Tha Boudoir Ship." HOLDS OFFICE FOR 44 YEARS Civil War Veteran Has Continuous Terms as School Board Clerk. Marshall, Minn. For 44 years Jacob Rouso has been clerk ot the school board of District No. 1 In Lyon county. He wns first elected In 1870 and has held tho office ever slnco. Ho has seen the district grow from a log schoolhouse with small one-roobut a few scattering pupils to a tour-rooconsolidated school with fonr teachers In chargo of 133 pupils who have tho advantages ot domestic sciMr. Itnusa ence and manual arts. lives In tbe Camden valley ot I.ynd townsblp, where In 180 he took n claim In eectlon'22. He was for onj term treasurer of Lyon county and Is a veteran of tho Civil war. CONSOLING THE HOMELESS A French general sympathizing with peasants In northern Franco who have lost their homes. MEN BECOME MERE MACHINES Soldiers in the Trenches Get Absolutely Dehumanized Under Continuous Fire. Paris. A motorcyclist who has been In front of the army and continually under fire writes as follows: "When they are In the trenches with shells bursting all around, men become mere machines. They get absolutely dehumanized under continuous Are. It Is the only alternative to going mad! One has no contalous-nes- s of danger, but obeys orders without realizing what tbey mean. One forgets what death Is. "When first I had to carry a dispatch under fire 1 used to dismount when I saw a shell burst on the road ahead and watt to see It more were coming. Now I don't notlco them. My comrade riding twenty yards behind me was killed by a shell, but the Incident had no effect on my mind. We are no better than brutes on the firing line." JUDGE HAS Dumb-Del- l to NARROW I ESCAPE Exercises Arouse Suspicion With Enemy. That He Is Communicating London. An English Judge had a narrow escape from arrest on the ground of signaling to the enemy. Ho was taking a short holiday on the East coast, and, as Is customary with him, was Indulging In a little dumbbell exercise beforo retiring to rest. Tbe movements ot his arms behind tho red blind of his bedroom attracted the attention ot tbo sentries on tho cliffs. They thought someone wns signaling and hastened to the iotel to rapture the culprit For some time tbey refused to believe the Judce's explanations, and It was only on being shown tho visitors' book that tbey wunarew. at i strait-Jacke- COW'S SKELETON SAVED HIM Arkansas Youth Had Been Convicted In Court of Stealing Animal. . Uttlo Rock, Art The finding ot tbe skeleton ot a cow In a woods in Howard county saved William Kennedy, twenty-four- , from entering the penitentiary. Kennedy had been convicted ot stealing the cow, and sentenced to one year. He was allowc to come to Utile Rock alone, and was about to go to the penitentiary to surrender, whea a delegation ot friends brought htm the good news. Suppose you come and see the many beautiful samples we have and get our prices. Let The Central Record Print Your THE Central Record. HORSE and JACK CAEDg Page 4 & The Central Record, Thursday Feb 25 19 1 5. Gear, Liberal Policy Qontracts Co. Prompt Settlement of Death Losses and a Strong Progressive Management, We Sell More Business In This State Than Any Other Life Insurance Clear Ji f e Insurance W. G. GREGORY, President. ORGANIZED iSSj. , liberal Incomparable Old Wine In New Bottles. Dad (from the hall) "Why. Mar- Jorle. hor; dim the light Is In here!" Freddy (the nance, not a college graduate In vain) "Yes. sir. Profes lontracts O The Jno. S. . LEXINGTON, KY. Subscribe , I. M. Dunn, j "Qfe Citizens National Bank OF LANCASTER, KY. CARDS.J OFFICE CENTRAL RECORD BUILDING. Office Phone 69 Residence Phone 41 For Record Van Winkle, Secretary Capital $50,000. B. F. HUDSON, President. Surplus $45,000. J. J. WALKEK, Vice Prest. Joe J. Walker, Jr.. Book. Keeper. Cashier. ( Dr. J. S. GILBERT. sor Munsterbcrg has a theory that brilliant light benumbs the Intellect We are experimenting to Ilnd the degree of Illumination by which the at tention la kept vivid and the mental functions active," Judge. Careless. President J. M. Sallee, Ass't Secretary I W. O. P.icney, As't Cash'r. W. F. CHAMP. Practical Pertinent Pointers. LANCASTER. KY. i 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 bank is safe and modern in every respect. Nothing is more important than these two qualities and all that they imply. But in addition, unfailing courtesy is our invariable rule. THE NATIONAL BANK OF INCASTER. Barber Shop Bath In Connection. the clause, without, doubt the, testator. meant to Insert the words "to break" U. TV. Morrow, Graduate Optician after the word "seeks." UIiiki Filled. S.lufiellon Gnirantetd. Cur's Vslusbla China. The czar of Russia probably owns a greater quantity ot china than any other person In the world. He has and the, china belomrlng to all the Russian rulers as far back as Catherine' the Great. It Is stored In the Winter palace at St. Petersburg. Opposite Post Office. A will has been Hied In the registry of probate, court at Portland which, to say the least. Is very extraordinary. In so much ait the last clause contains the following: "And may the curse of God rest on any person who seeks this my last will and testament." Although this Is said to be the exact wording ot THE NEW Capital $50,000. A. R Surplus $30,000. R.1, )EN1JY, President J. E. STORMES. Vice Pres't. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. r. Jmbry. Asa't Cashier. J. L. GlU., J. E. Seale,Prop I Safety Samual Oeposit WE SOLICIT Boxes YOUR For Rent. Honakers Fine Cut Flowers. Taking Notice. "Sitting up In four days. ehT "This Is rapid progress. The doctor said It would be three weeks before you could sit up and take notice." "Ilut he hasn't seen my pretty nurse." "Yep." BUSINESS. StormMl D. Cochran, Aler R. Denny. J. H. Posey, J. E. S C- - enny, J- - L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott. Directors. in i John M. McRoberts. H. hi " ii. i ca wmn Ireland's Midget Farms. Ireland has 8I.8C9 landholders bav0 ins plots not exccedlnR an acre. who hold more than one acre and not more than Ave acres: 1S3.299 under fifteen and 1 36,058 not exceeding thirty acres. , 61.-73- GARRARD COUNTY TOBACCO If Clay Kauffman, Attorney-At-La- w Olllces on Danville Street over Post Office. Office Phone 34. Reversed. "What's the trouble, old man?" "I'm In a bad way. I lie awake nlglfts thinking about my work. Then when I'm st work I keep going to sleep." His Engine the Garrard County Farmers will stick to this house, we will make them rich. H. J. PATRICK, Dentist. Kentucky. Look What We Did This Week. Worn Out? No doubt you are, it you sutler from sny of the ailment numerous to which ail women are subject. 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Bntldlnj oy.i Hurt A ADder ton's Fnrnlinrt stor. KENTUCKY. LANCASTER, J, Cardui The Woman's Tonic Mrs. Sylvanla Woods, ol Clifton Mills, Ky., says: .13' cents 430 pounds at 12 cents 140 pounds at 71 cents 65 pounds at 4 cents An average for entire crop from the ground up $19.65. r 't Average for the entire crop $14.12 per hundred. l'eary House & Son, of Lincoln, Co. 230 pounds at 16 cents CO pounds at 38 cents 225 pounds at 20 cents 320 pounds at 17 cents 510 pounds at 141 cents Averajrtfjof $16.31. BECKER, PHONE 27. BALLARD & Dr. Wm. D. Pryor, Veterinary Surgeon SCOTT. and Dentist. at Rslney's Livery Stable. Kentucky K V.1 Lancaster, Office "Before taking Cardui, 1 was, at limns, so weak I could hardly walk, and the pain In my back and head nearly killed me. Alter taking three bottles oi Cardui, the pains disappeared. Nawlfeelas well Ml ever did. Every suffering woman today. should E-- PEOPLES TOBACCO WAREHOUSE COMPANY. Incorporated. try Cardui." Get a bottle Danville, - - - Kentucky. BRYANTSVILLE. The Central Record, Thursday Feb 25, 1915 Oil Treatment for Stomach Troubles . A simple prcjcripiioh matte tip of a vomhin.itinn of (uite vrRetable oils It producing wonderful results for sufferers from stonuch, liver unci intestinal tronMe. Tlie remedy, which Is said to have originalcd in I'ratice, where it has lieen mcif for years by the pcauntry, waj introduced into tlii country uy tlcorge 11, Mayr, a leading Chicago ilrtiffiivt, who cured himself of Momach, liver and Intestinal Irmihles by itt inc. Thoe who have med it ay the first doe is sufficient to convince nny one of its remarkable merit, arvlth.it within twenty.fotir hours the sufferer feels like a new person. This medicine, which has lecome known as Mayr Wonderful Kemedy, Is sold by leading druggists everywhere with the positive understanding that your money will be refunded without question or quibble if ONE Ixlttle falls to give you absohstl satisfaction. 1 . The Womans Club! I ( Kdllfl CHERRY SEEKS Bf The Woman Clnbl URYANTSVILLE Mr. Harold Scott was on the tick liat lait week. Vrf and Mrs. II. C. Hose were lnl.es: Ir.gton Thursday. s Mr. and Mr. J. Ilogan Ballard spent Saturday In Nicholas ville. Miss Sally Noel of Buckeye, has been the guest of relative! here. Mr. W. C. Itose. of Lexington was here last Wednesday on business. Mr. A. T. Christopher, of Somerset spent last week with relatives here. Mr. II. Clay KaulTman, or Lancaster was here on legal business last Tuesday. Mr. Joe Hutchinson has about completed his residence and hit family moved Monday, Mr. Welch Karlee, of Lexington hat been here for a few days atay with lilt father Mr. J. W. Farlee. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Williams and children went to Louisville Saturday for a few daya visit with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. M. 0. Kennedy and Miss Flossie May Sutton are In Corbin for a visit. They piobably will go on South for a short stay. Miss May me Lee Ilaltanl will go to in a few days for a stay with relatives. She will also visit in Louisville and Cincinnati before return-in- n. Miss Cecil Howling was at homt from K. C. W. Danville for the Holidays. She was rccompanied by her Miss Kirhy, of Howling Green. The home of Mrs. Nannie Mulllna caught fire last Wednesday evening but the flames were discovered In time and extingueshed before very much damage was done. The Lecture given by Prof. Martin last ThuraJav evening at Ihe school house was very Interesting and entertaining. His subject being the Child and the Plant". Mr. Nathan Noe who has been quite sick for several weeks at the home of his son, Mr. Taylor Noe, was able to be taken to Danville Friday where he will be with his daughter, Mrs. Hell for a while. sale Mr. Henry Onstott had his Thursday. A very good crowd was In attendance. Mr. Onstott and family will leave next week to make their home at Paris Crossing, Ind. Mr Hogan Uallard will take possession of the farm bought from Mr. Onstott. room-mat- During the last quarter of a century a movement among women remarkable for Ita scope and Intent has spread from pne end of the country to the Other, and reaches nearly every community, no matter how remote or In a significant. It Is known as the movement, and is recognized among people who give thought to the sociological progress of the race as the moat noticeable step forward recorded In In the evolution of womankind this broad movement the Woman's Federated Club, of Lancaster, has her full share, and the widening Influence has permeated even the remotest corners of this city. In the sense of nervous prostration and encyclopedia-rackevlctima of soThere cial science this club has none. are, however, women here .who Ignore cxclusiveness and Invite of all thoughtful women who deslro to take on a broader vision of things of present day moment, hence the circles of their usefulness and Influence are widening as the weeks lilt by. This club has secured an art exhibit to take place the last of March or the first of April. C. F. Hrower and Co.. of Lexington, will give us this exhibit. It Is the same exhibition of pictures by Kentucky artltts, and reproduction of masterpieces, Urower has just had which attracted state wide attention and Lancaster is indeed fortunate In securing It. At the same lime Mr. Urorge lladdul will give us another and larger exhibit of Oriental rugs. Those who Know the pictures cnrrled bv C. F. Urower and Co, will rejoice with the club In knowing that Mr. Brower has given the Club a beautiful print, Ilottlcelll's Madonna, artistically framed, at all of his pictures are. The Woman Club Library has also had a charming little book of verse added to its liook shelves, this week, thru the generosity of its Author, Miss Margaret Steele Anderson, the versatile clubwoman, lecturer, poet, art critic and newspaper woman. The book is entitled "The Flame In the Wind", and Is In Its third edition. That Miss Anderson Is not only an art critic but a creative artist is proven by her sincere and gracious poems. worn-an'd of the trentest educational Instituof the smith ' lieen an ctlr worker In alt endeavor looking; toward the development of a 'llronter Kentucky" and Thl has been hla aim In the lie waa presidentn, will lie In the future naocU-linof the Kentucky Jilucnlloiial a memlier cf Ihe educational cam-ii- u commlaelon of IMS, a memlier of ir.emtier of the llllterncv eommllon, Educator to Be Candidate at the Iward of directors of the Southern (Mutational aaaoclntlon. chairman of tho statewide farmera' Chautauqua nritanlM-1lf- i. Democratic Primaries, nnd n memlier of many other pro arewiU educational and Industrial ontaid'od In the Interest of a aleiilef state. Worked Hla Way Through School and Iwlna to the many exacting After Years of Struggling With Un- dullea Dr. Cherry ha tieen unable t flnl timo it do nny leaehlna: ilurlne lh Was sympathetic World Made twelve years. Practically all Ma life ha Head of Western Kentucky State hetn devoted io an eseculUr work It f aoiirca of great prlda to him that ho Normal School. ucee-- a In the counhar made a htialnce ty in wa lirn II. II. Cherry, tho noted educator of without which he blot on hl nnd re.rtl,I record, an n lnsle Bowling (irocn, has announced his-- the peoplo all love and r"iert him. ll cfciididacy for governor of Kentucky, I perfettly wllllnr for tho rwplc hi ubjrct to tho Democratic primary nallte county to my whither he la n,"!-Iilr- d for the hlh honor he seeks. Auk. 7, 1911. tir, t'herry In tonkin hi formal anla wa I orn In a Iok rnt.ln. amnne nouncement iwld In part "If I am elected the fund hill of rmrttiwratern Warren aovemor I shall be free,trmn all county, Kentucky, forty-eig.. nnd not an appointee nr II nnrkKl nn ll father" little rldrn Lne of any faction, oreanlsatlun or mifarm and stterulM school from via in dline, I would rather presere my Intea;-rll- y, eleht weeks nrli yesr ami IcnrnHl ! die a pauper, nnd so down In defeat the time he mm twenty-on- e ver of man mnae N einaicr irooilJ mm "n1.. to read, write nii1 cipher a little. Wh.'n I nipple public efficiency or dc-trmy he hetame of aa his father aave him I tia'fulne while In oltVo. My motive for the prhlleie of ruttlnu ilnwn mime hick- - enierlnit thl race, I hlahertlwn tho hold-t- n cry trees r,d splitting; them Into as han of unite, ihe drnwlnir of a salary or dle tlmlier anil hauling; It Willi a yuke lielna a dummy rovernor. if tn eleci- of men to llowllnir tlrren, a rittiKe of etl eiinll, on ctlleptllR cince, he free am miles, over nn almoel Imtitsniilil. the 'mountain nlr; fr nine to fight for the road. After seven month of hard labor tlirht of the people and free to tnkn tht ha managed to nrcumulnlf. ThU wa executive IntlUth" In the work of Iran- hla Aral real tiutlnc experience With cllnr puhllo buelness. I shall do my tho 173 he Ftnrted on fcol through nnw utmeit to make the-- campaign, which I twelm Inrhe deep to hla native city t. shall earneelly prosecute, ft pltrlotlj enter rhil. Kor mora thin five enr raue, a n of a greater Kentucky, he worked hla way through school an I and 1 h.ill try to appeal to the InMtl- during- much of the time did self la.ir.l- - icen.'a and higher motives of men rather d litr. lie) cooked hla meal ou a thun to their prejuillee and Ignorance." on tion Dr, Cherry ha GOVERNORSHIP til SAFETY LIGHT SIX $1585. MGllTr'OUK$12S0, (7, O. U. FIBS! Factory) nt s tnn CONVINCED- If you are open to conviction take the time to, inspect the , various cars in your price zone make a careful analysis of each car-t- he Mitchell will compare more than favorably in your final conclusion. The eager Light Six or the smart. Light Four show their individuality in every line their appearances, finish, comfort and performance stamp their superiority, These assertions can be proven if the car submitted to you for your deductions supports our claims you will be convinced. rOJjslflHHliaiaiaiall LaLaLaLwF ' VaainaBfeJP" OtKiBaaZ;'BaaaaaaaaaaaawrVv -- iaiaiaiaH H kBBBBBaaaaaaaaH SBBBBBBBBBBBaa s &Baaaaaaaaatf!aV'ByBBBaaBWS iaaaaaaaaaaawaaaaaBaVaBaaaw THE MITCHELL LINE FOR 1915 iiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiK' BaLaLaLaLaLaaaP' Ww4mWw. , vJstSFiiiiiiH H I five or six passenRor- sMitchell LiRlit Six-t- wo, 6 cylinders 45 horse power 12-i- n wheel base-3o- x4 tires $1,585 &&rT .3CiaWv Mitchell LiRht Four two and five passengers 116-i35 horse power 4 cylinders wheel base 34X4 tlreS $1,250 Light Four-- C passenger- sMitchell same as above ..i $1,300 Mitchell Special Six- -5 passenger- -6 cylinders 50 horsa power 132-iwheel base 36x4 J tires $1,895 Mitchell Special Six C passengers same as above $1,995 Mltrhell RIt risl.livn7 M144-Ibase-C- O wheel horse power 37x5 tires $2,350 n.iunrnll rol- nitchellLewis Motor I Co. Racine, Wis, U. S. A. Rtcoja'ued Adraittaies. You will find that Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has recogniied ad vantages over most medicines In use for coughs and colds. It does not sup press a cough but loosens and relieves it. It aids expectoration and opens the aberrations, which enables the system to throw off a cold. I. counteracts any tendency ofLa cold, to res alt In pneu monia. It contains no opium or other narcotic, and may be given to a child as confidently as to an adult. For sale by all dealers. ,1-- aB-WteiM- ew X $S H . -- JmmM : CENTRAL MOTOR CAR CO. Lexington, Ky Distributors. SEE US AT THE SHOW. M" - j I imm Ask of best W t Is the sellingUxativeT Years us all kinds leads sjxperieiioa in People Us -- to always recommend TOBACCO ATTENTION. ORGANIZED! The plan to be adopted must be so simple that everyone can understand the business. The law will not permit Their Kitkert. of pooling and commingling. The iden Backache Is often nature's most fre- tity of every crop will have to bo quent signal of weakened kidneys. To maintained, so th'at a grower can look relieve the pains and aches, to remove at his crop and know how jt graded the lameness when ft arises from and sold, and how he should he settled weakened kidneys, you must reach the with. These are conditions that the came the kidneys, If you have pain law compels. Can you be afraid of through the small of your back, urinary a plan that Is bound by these condidisorders, headaches, dizzy spells, or tions? If we can add to the price of our are nervous and depiessed, start treatWho ing tlw kidneys with a tested kidney tobacco, is It not worth while? is going to add to it if we don't? Will ' remedy, Doan'i Kidney Pills have been prov- the buyer do ao? Have you figured ed good and are especially for Weak how much even one cent added will Doan's have been used in mean to you? It will mean at least kidneys. kidney trouble for over SO years. Hera ten dollars an acre, which is many It comes times more than the organization can Is convincing proof of merit. Multiply the number of cost you. cram this locality. It. C. Faulkner, II. F. D. No, 2, Box acres you grow by ten dollars and you 131, Paint Lick, Ky., says: "I suirered will have the increased prosperity that A each cent added will bring you. Then for some time from a weak back. me are about two hundred million pounds dull pain through my loins gav much trouble. I learned about Doan's raited in this district, multiply this by They 71 cents wh.ch our tobacco is now KIdnoy Pills and used them. bringing, and then by 15 cents which soon removed the aches and pains." Price 50c at all dealers. Don'tslmply it might bring if we were organized, ask for a kidney remedy -- get Doan'a and you will see what we are losing same that Mr. throughout the district by present low Kidney Pills-t- he Foatcr-Milbur- n Co., prices. The loss is FIFTEEN MILFaulkner had. LIONS) Props. HulTalo, N. Y. May be you do not want prosperity, but would rather go along In the same NINA old way and let the buyers have the Several from here attended court prosperity while you have the worry over your debts which the crop did not yesterdty. Mr. W. E. Whltaker and wife visited pay. If so, keep out of the organizaLancaster People Should Not Neglect BACKACHE IS A WARNING Lexington, Ky.. Feb. 19, l'JIG. To the Tobacco Growers: Are you ready In you county for the March 2nd meeting in Lexington? Have you picked your beat men for if not, bet busy; the time Is short and the occasion important. If we can not organize. It means that we must stop growing tobacco or give some one else all the profits. TWENTY-ODOF THE FORTY COUNTIES IN THE DISTRICT ARE D as the safest, surest and most satisfao-tor8oU only by us, 10 cent R. E. MeRobarts Jr. O Draw A Check for the money you owe and note how much more res DR. H. H. CHERRY, President Western Kentucky State Normal School. Bowling Green, Ky. karoaen atore and. In thl way, bo.irded himself lor lea than JS per month. Thl training and espe'lenco prepirM him for thcr dutle. broadei.ed hi eympathle and created within him a dehe to anlat the atnigsllng boy and girl to aecure an education and to lawme tralnotl nnrk- -j for a greater Kentucky lie chartered and orgnnlsed a prlvata eclKiol In Howling "Irren In Isvl and ami without without building tho low rale money. Notlthlanillng of tuition and btuul. which were put ami within Ihe reach ut the (nxir bo girls, and one of the wott tlnancl.il polite ever known In thl country, the sennit gruw from three small room to a magnificent educilloual pMnt and frem te:i tyelsht atudelit enrolUtl during the flrt sis month of Its ellein to nil annul enrollment of mme than one thouwunt. lnll-tutlo- n Without a dollar of endowment the met It obligation puiuliully ami edueatlucal and liulii.- Itecanio u noted eutlve exjterlentM auccea. Thl long trained him In modem buslne ii.cthn.1 and gave him a l.irgcr kuowlidge of the of the alate. When Urn tate normal chool wer catabllehetl r. I'herry waa un.uilmouly the elr'lr.l preaMenl of achool Western Kenwithout havtucky rllate Normal application for the poallloii. It ing made rMiulrcd a vast amount of eonalrurtlvs .. ...i i.. ri,lia iho new institution and develop It upon ll giHkl tHMilivs liaala and uiaili lht (Htucationai nrru to i",- or tho It rniulred not only a knowUdge problems, hut etocutlva educational Ai.iii,u Ktale normal aclitNil waa Tt c oiwm-t- l inn yenia ago. but nolwlthtand-Inthl "hort perlotl It enrolled I. t yeorj nnd nine differ nt eienteen liundrol who ure now Lirgtly en gtigetl In teaming tne uuya unu mo h- Thu ln ll,A rural at'llutil of KelltUck) prolat commlltef. appointed by the general umbly In speuklng o( the work of the Western Normal, over which Dr. t'herry prlded. said In wrt. "We llnJ nothing about thl Inntltutlon to irltltlio an hut a very great deal to con.mcnd,lntl-tutlo- nI we would auggest that If all of the of Kentucky, receiving atata aU would, with tha att.a regard for economy and efflclency. discharge their iepcllvo dutle to the commonwealth of Kentucky, tht at all times tisorlng In wind thatgiven dut of the stale ara to be consideration there would not he any occasion for a committee of this kind to In vestigate elite Institution to wnicn np. pioprlatlona nave uen maue or mr hrrealtrr be made." linn. Sherman Uoodpastrr, th state In- spector. In hla written report submitted to Ihe governor last April, made the following1 tatvT.nt "President Cherry la sccullv abiloassssed of a rrmarkabl of which are evident In ity, tho results avary depanmsnt of tha Institution; and to him in u.l lx given tho credit of building up. In a roroparatlvtily short tlnu. In making hla opening announcement Dr. Cherry'a theme I A Greater Kentucky," and some of the thing for wlitcu l.e declare are a follows "The need of making a few vital law nn the strict enforcement of laws already made Is greater than the need for STRAWBERRY PLANTS Fruit and Shade Trees Our first offering of the remarkable pectfully your creditors re gard you. They like to do business with a man who has an account at the e Garrard Bask & Trust C. They nd .... lit the Utters father Sunday. Mr. Willie Prewitt is Just recovering from an attack of tonsilitis. Mr. and Mrs. Moris Hots visited Mr. and Mrs. John Ross at Hackley Sunday. Farmera are moat all busy preparing for another crop plowing and burning tobacco beds. Mr. and.Mrs. Carl Prewitt and little Annie Mae, visited Mr. and Mrs. Henry Prewitt at Round Hill Sunday. Mr. and Mr. Odut Malear and little daughter were the pleasant guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Watson Sunday, Mrs. Cronley Ross and children of Madison visited her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Bakeiof this place Satur day night and Sunday. tion. Articles of Incorporations have been prepared for you to discuss and emend If need be at tho Lexington meeting. The plan proposed is an which no man can allow to miss hear' ing If he proposes to raise an acre of It has succeeded everywhere tobacco. else It has been tried. The only weak place in It Is our unity. If we are together, we win; If not, we lose. The fellow or county that stays out la a trust helper; the fellow and county that comes In It a tobacco grower's friend. Which are you? Yours for the Cause, LUCIEN UECKNER, Secretary of the Growers' Organization. tho making of' mary new laws." He I opposed to nny Increase In the tax rat, but favor a revision, of our tax law nnd a reorganisation of our financial system, so that wat and extravagance will be eliminated and economy substituted, to the end that the state dent may be extlngulahed and the bust-liof the state run within Ita Income. lie oppose any extra approprlatlona until the state I able to meet her obligation promptly. He Is opposed to "the sacral control of government by machine manipulator who pool tha peoplf vote and aell the ortlcea to the highest bidder," and also to the control of legislation by the representatives of great corporate Interests, nnd would favor the enactment of a "corrupt practices act," and to tlm making otauch other law as will aecure fair election. 1U favor ndequate regulation of railroad and other public service corporation to Ihe extent that exorbitant rate and unjust burdens niay not be Impoaed on the people. II favors an "antl.pjs" law. In compliance with the demnrl of the constitution. Ha declares that les politic and mora business I what Kentucky need. Ilecognlslng that "universal progress begins nnd end vvllh the soil," he would strongly advocate all legKlatlon for budding up our acrlcultiinil Interests and for lettering condition In rural Kentucky sii'h as better roatl and tha further development nnd Improvement of our rural M't'oot, sn that the Ih nnd girl In the country mty have equal ad ventage with thoae In the city, fle believe that noma reorganisation of our penltentlaiit'a and asylum It necessary and that the preaent convict latem should be abolished. bor He saya Ih people have a right to demand that every dollar paid for th maintenance of government render a dollar's worth of service and that every per. son elected or appointed to government position should render honeat labor and do n full dav'a wcrk. tie la a strong advocate of temperance and would Insist on a rigid enforcement of all temperance laws, and If any bill were luesed to take a step backward mi thl subject he would veto it, II feels that the causa of temperance would suffer It any effort wre made to substitute, at thl time, statewide prohibition for local option with the county aa tha unit. If you endora thl character of man lie advocates. Sir. and the. principle Cherry would appreciate your support, you feel Ilk writing him ) vtouu' and if b glad to. hear from ouu They know he Is doing business In a business like way. open such an account even if your afTairs are not large. will grow all right. Better Mammouth Pearl Potato Everything for Orchard. Lawn and Garden. Write for free Catalogue. No Agts The Garrard Bank & Trust Company H.F.Hillenmeyer & Sons. Lexington. Kentucky. 1841. 1915 ORGANIZED 1883. "e Citizens i B. F. HUDSON, President. W. National Bank Surplus $45,000. J. J. WALKEK. Joe J, Walxer. Jr.. Cashier. Vice Preet. r. OF LANCASTER. KY. FIELD SEEDS. I Capital $50,000. 0. P.ignev, Ass't Cash'r W. F. CHAMP. have a full line of high-gra- Field Seeds which I am oflering at very attractive prices If interested, nsk for samples and prices. . Practical Pertinent Pointers. One secret of our strength lies in the fact that we never sacri- it.,!,nlilu fiiiullfv In nnntliur. W film nt ft nl.nHlfllv ftM ed whole. This bank Is safe and modern in every respect. Nothing Is more important than these two qualities and all, that they imply But in addition, unfailing courtesy is our Invariable rule. W. Bush Nelson, Lexington. - hlni. Kentucky. PJ tradftrid 3 CASTOR I A tad IhsptpsiaTaMtts russM -l- a-. i ! iff I ivne I Th Children, 7or InttuU KM Yw tkH Ahrtyc Veuir InislaaSalsaal w i a Bears tha Signature R. E. McReberts sjsjBJsjBitHBBBBBBMassBs,js,jsWsBssssWfs Page 6 TheCeatiml Recmd IKCOdrOHATID. The Central Record, Thursday Feb 25 1915. adjourns and his position on all vital questions will be made known to all before the primary." The Governor's reasons for holding clemency, In the case of George Alexander, the Bourbon Co, banker, are unassailable. Wo are proud he did his duty t6 his State although great pressure was brought to bear In behalf Everyone of the convicted banker. pities Alexander and his family, but and state that pardons n man becauso of his prominence and family connection establishes' a bad precedent. The rich, the prominent and the aristocratic should be no more Immune from the law than other less favored men. with- THE HONOR Kx Gov. Davfd R. ROLL' COOPER TALKED TO MANY FARMERS Great ANCIENT KEEPSAKE Couty Lady. Ihukd Weekly. II. 00 a tear. J. . ROBINSON. EDtroit. R.L. ELKIN, Local ftlltnr nnd Mjr. Inured In Uneutrr. t th Poit om gtcorxt Clit Mill Mttlct. Lexington, Feb 25th. Thousands of farmers from Fayette and adjoining counties heard L. T. Member Kentucky Press Association Cooper, the great philanthropist. In nit Lexington recently. Cooper gave one Eighth District Publishers League. per la the best Investment acommunitv of his famous lectures on health and can make. It may not be brilliantly hygiene1. In connection with an interUncislcr, Ky., February 25, 1915. edited pr crowded with thought, but esting demonstration of the merits of financially It is of more benefit to the Tanlac, the remarkable medicine he community) than the preacher or teach is Introducing to the American people. Rates For Political Announcements er. Understand me, I do not mean Seve'ral scorn of these same farmers For Trecinct and Citv Oillccs ... 8.00 mentally, nnd vet on moral questions took part In the agricultural exposi10.00 "or County Offices; you will find most of the papers on the tion conducted by Cooper at his own For State and District Offices.... 15.00 GREENLEAF. right side. Today the editor of the personal expense In Lexington. Many For Calls, per line Following an illness of only a week, local papers do the most for the least of the displays excelled the exhibits ,,. For Cards, per line Mr. Gabriel Greenleaf died of uracmic money of any people on earth." seen at the county fairs, snd have atFor all publications in the interMany of the following have said tracted widespread attention throughpoison at the homo of his sister, Mrs. est of Individuals or expresEmma Kauffman, Friday night Feby. something like this to us and sent us a out Kentucky. sion of individual views, per condition was dollar for which we thank them. 10 19th. Mr. Greenleat's lin In speaking of Tanlac and the re05 not considered critical until Thursday Islah Kelley, J. II. Posey, markable cures his great medicine Is Obituaries, per lirle Into a state of unconU. G. Rains, when he lapsed Joslah McCulley, fulfilling, Cooper said to the farmers: sciousness from which he neveremerged A. T. Teater, R. H. Ward. "Tanlac, gentlemen, is, not a comHarrodsburg Herald. AHMsnccmtBts. A. P. Sloan, mon patent medicine. The deceased was born in Lancaster W, C. Lee, Tanlac is a Wm. Johnson, proprietary medicine the kind We are authorized to announce Judge July 1,184), and Was, perhaps, the Jas. A. Todd, of SAFETY FIRST. W. P. Dishon, medicine recently spoken of by Hon. oldest resident of our town who was J. D. Miller, Charles A. Hardin, of Harrodsburg. the Democratic Is Appropriate Motto For Popular Car. J. J. Meadows, Oscar Underwood, candidate for the Democratic nomina- born here. Mr. Greenleaf was never Mrs. Jas. Champ, W. R. Fox, leader of the House of Representation for Circuit Judge of this, the thir- married, but had always made his home W. S. Owsley. Mr. .1. B. Cogar. of Lexington and Lige Hurt, tives in our national Congress at teenth Judicial district, at the August with his mother or sister to whom he L. C. King, ' C. A. Andersori, was ever devoted. He was a man of Jeff Dunn, Washington, D C. You all know that manager of the Central Motor Car Co. primary 1915. the M. S. Simpson, and possessed fixed convictions J. C. Morgan, Mr. Underwood was a candidate for of that city, was in Lancaster las Mon G. M. Green, the Democratic nomination for presi- day demonstrating the good qualities We are authorized to announce C. courage to proclaim them In times of B. Ledford, He Eirerad Clarke, Lee Burnside, dent, and that he is a man of great of the Mitchell automobile, for which C. Fox. of Danville, Kentucky, as i war as well as In times of peace. candidate at the primary election" in enlisted in the civil war at the age of J. E. Smith, He is ariative they are distributors in this territory J. E. Stormes, ability and integrity. "Safety First" is the motto of this August, 1915, for nomination by the seventeen, being a member of Wolfords Mrs. JIae Bell Brooks, J. W. Guynn, Kentuckian, too. , "Realizing what a real hardship it popular car and with a worlds record Mrs. W. S. Walker, Democratic party as Judge of this, the cavalry. Jas. Denny, Harry Eason, would bring to the thousands of of 7,500 in thirty days, with a sealed Thirteenth Judical District, of KenAfter short funeral services conduct E. C. Stull, tucky, to be voted for at the Novem ed at the house Dy Rev. F. M. Tinder, Sam Prather, D. N. Long, American people who daily use Tanlac hood, is one that ho .other make has yet medicines, approached. The Light Four, which ber election, 1915. the remains were laid to rest in the Mrs. Bettie Smith, Miss S. K. Sutton, and similar proprietary Ben Hamm, should these preparations be included shows individuality in every line. Its J. A. Merryman, Lancaster cemetery. Ben Bright, among the popular commodities We are authorized to announce Em. upon appearance, finish, comfort and per1 Beautiful funeral services were" con Henry Barlow, John Lavton, which a special war revenue tax was formance, stamps it as one of the best met I'uryoar of Danville, Ky., a can ducted by the Knight Templar s, of Geo. Suddeth, Joe Hammond, placed, Congressman Underwood, with on the market today. didate for the Democratic nomination Richmond and Danville, of which order G. B. Sutton. The advertisement of this car ap A. J. Well: characteristic safeguard of the peo for Commonwealth's Attorney of this. he was a faithful, devoted and worthy A. R. Burchell, the thirteenth judicial dittrict, at the member. J. M. Logan, J. W. Raney, ple s rights, placed himself on record penra in this Issue of the Record and L. P. Pendleton as unalterably opposed to anything will be on display at the Automobili Wm Tankersley, August primary 1915. Mrs. Lizzie McCarley, Bob Meadows that would increase the price of pro show in Lexington this week. DAVIS. Mrs. L. W. McQuerry, prietary medicines, or which would Ida Floyd, We are authorized to announce A. J. Manuel, tend to deprive the working man of Rodman W. Keenon. of Harrodsburg, Mr. Samuel Davis died at his home E. N. Todd, Mack Parks, his best friend. Kv.. a candidate for the Democratic on Danville Avenue, last Monday night Wm. H. Wylie. Henry Duncan, nomination for Commonwealth's At at eight o'clock. Although, he was in Frank Pierce, 'The result was that Tanlac and CONTINUES TO SET THE PACE W. E. Moss, similar proprietary medicines torney of this, the thirteenth judicial bad health, for several vears from a Jas. M. Sanders, were district, at the August Primary in 1915. paraletic stroke, death was not expect John HaTman, Mrs, W. M. McKechnie stricken completely off the war rev On The Richmond Tobacco Market. Ike S. Dunn, T. D. Evans. enue bill. Thus it is gentlemen, that ed sc soon. Sam Ball. House, the thousands of sufferers in this Taylor We are authorized to announce G. T. Mr. Davis was a partner with his Mrs. Here are some of the sales made oi T. T. Pollard, country are enabled to obtain Tanloc our floor during the past few days. Ballard Jr. as a candidate for the father. Mr. W. C. Davis, In the tailor E. F. Chesnut, democratic nomination for sheriff of ing business, up until a few years ago J. M. Wheeler, Mrs. H. Blankinshlp. now at a price within reach of the Sant Oldham & Azblll C,995lbs, $1, J. F. Speaks, most modest means." Garrard County to fill out the unexpir- when he was taken HI and went away, ,W. G. Clark, 025.31, average $14.66. B. W. Givens, Robert Bolton, Here, Cooper, holding the attention ed term of the late C. A. Robinson hoping to regain health, but in vain. Embry Hayden, 1,880 lbs. $233.91, Wm. Onstott, of the great assemblage, explained the average $12.45. subject to the action of the Democratic He was a goodnatured, clever gentle Ira Masters, Mrs J M Staughton, causes and enumerated the symptoms Hunter House, 1915. party in August primary Million & Cox, 2.165 lbs, $265.89, man and was always kind, and ready to Mrs. A. J. Dunn, of stomach, liver and kidney troubles. average $12.29. lend a helping hand whenever he could. Victor Ruble, Dr. B. A. Daws. Florence Christopher, stomach, liver 'Most of the We are authorized to announce John "Sam," as he was familiary known. Park & Turner, 1,790 lbs, $217.05, R. M. Moss, and kidney troubles," said the noted average $12.13. Sam Owsley, of Stanford Ky, a candi- joined the christian church in Somerset Mrs. J W. Helm, Mrs. Annio Stone, student, "are due almost entirely to date for the Democratic nomination for at a tender ago, and was a study U. S. Sanders, J. C. Prather. 3.175 lbs. $374.15, J. N. Arnold. catarrhal inflammation of those or- average $11.79. Commonwealth's Attorney, of this, the christian up until the time of hisdeath. E. Dunn, Ed Owens, gans. The constant coughing up of thirteeth judicial district, at the Aug- Had he lived until June 1st., he would Raymond King, Jas. C. Long, 1,280 lb?, $149.3, W. Forbes. J. C. Asher, mucus, dull, throbbing headaches, average $11. G7. years old. ust primary 1915. have been forty-siR. L. Hubble. pains in the pit of the stomach, side McGrath Williams & Sons, ?,025 lbs, After funeral services at the grave, T. A. Rice. H. Payne, Mrs. Fannie Cornett, and kidney region, lost appetite, nerv- - $232.60 average $10.49, We are authorized to announce H. all that was mortal was laid to rest in B. Kemper, L. D. Meadows, ourness, lost ambition, depression oi Clay KaufTman a candidate for the Somerset cemetery today (Thursday) Todd & Guest, 2,725 lbs, $280.39, Thos. Aldridge, spirits, and susceptibility to coughs average $10.51. II. C. Hamilton. Democratic nomination for Representa- at noon. J. S. Burrows, and colds, are common symptoms of Leslie Long, 1,400 lbs, $159.36, tive ut the August primary 1915. Mr. Davis is survived by his father. Annie McMillan, Marshall Noel, this miserable condition from which average $11.39. Mr. W. C. Davis of this place, two G. W. Sebastin, Miss Elenor Hopper, so many suffer." II. Smith. Foley & Whittaker, 1,520 lbs, $161.69 Malone, W. T. of I hereby announce mv self as a can- sisters, Mrs. Loyd Bourne, Cooper then produced hundreds of average $10.81. as Clerk of the Campbellsville, and Mrs. W. B Ball, Mrs. Itobt. Harding, didate for Mrs. E. H. Walker. teatimonials from Lexington people WE ARE DOING THIS FOR YOUR Garrard Circuit Court subject to the of this placo and one brother, Mr, W. Cleo J. Ray, Henry Sanders, . W. L. Prather. as convincing evidence of thtt genuine FRIENDS EVERY WEEK. Let Us action of the Democratic Party at C. Davis, Jr., of Indianapolis, Ind. J. W. Sanders, merits of Tanlac. do it for YOU tins week. The Record, together with the entire Sam B. Jennings, Primary Election, August 7 1915. Wm Lear, community sympathizes with the family Chas Croucher, Tanlac is now sold In Lancaster by " THE HOME TOBACCO WAREHOUSE W. B. Mason. W. M. fng, R. E. McRoberts. J as. Casey. in their deep hour of sorrow. Richmond, Ky, G. B. Huffman, W. A. Price, We are authorized to announce W. Ben Sutton, Brutus Wearen, A. Doty a candidate for the Democratic . SEBASTIAN. Rooms For Rent. D. F. Rankin. Joe Pollard, nomination, for Circuit Court Clerk of COUNTLESS CANDIDATES W. R. Cook. T. L. Yantis. Garrard County, at August primary Mrs. Jessie Sebastian, of near Mc- We have two nice rooms for rent in Bourne, 1915. J. B. Bourne, Come To County Court and Call On the Central Record building, suitable Creary, died at herhome about 8 o'clock Frank Duke Goodloe, t Friday evening of consumption. Ollie's Walter Center, .If, for offices. Apply at this office. Constituency.- -' Mrs . Mary E. Fain, Why is It that the "hewers of wood death was a great surprise to many J. B. Leavell, H. A. Wylie, and haulersof water" for the politicians people, but still, she had been in bad J. W. Mahan. Jess Dunn, the newspaper men, are so frequently health for a year or more, but we nev- Miss Anna Holtzdaw, One of the largest crowds seen in disappointed when they ask for office? er thought of her being called away so Mrs S. A. McDearman, L. G. Hubble. Lancatter for many months attended Susie Sherrow, our County Court last Monday. While Ike Thompson, AskB the Shelby Record. There is not a soon. Mrs. Sebastian was 24 years of 10 EPISODE OF Jas. M. White, the February court usually brings tomore enthusiastic or forceful Demo- age and she was n member of the A. R. Denny, Mrs. W. Chenault, W. M. Grow. cratic paper in Western Kentucky than Christian church, having joined it in her gether a good attendrnce, yet with the the Mavfield Messenger. J. R. Cemon, early life and was always a devoted Gaines Henderson, Mrs E. B. Newland, ban on the cattle trade, a much larger Itobt Sherrow, crowd attended than was expected. its editor, is a She was a well known and J. Bruce Lawson, member. G. O. Spoonamore, thoroughly competent man for post- much loved girl thruout the county. J. A. Arnold, The quarantine on the cattle pens was S. C. Henderson, master at Mayfield, and he wanted the She was a daughter of the late Mr. and Price Bourne, enforced to the letter, yet about one B. F. King, J. X. Dunn. job. But he didn't get it. And another Mrs. Jock Layton and is survived by hundred changed hands just outside J. E. Montgomery, J. A. Owens, the city limits. The public square was man, who conducts an influential her husband, Mr. Jesse Sebastian and : Jno. N. Ross, JessGulley, crowded with mules, but buyers were in Jessamine county, Jim Stears, a little babe four months and a half Dan East, wants to be postmaster at Nicholasville, old, also by three sisters and three H. C. Rubles. scarce and only a few changed hands. Wm Ray, and he is qualified to fill the place brothers. Mrs. Sim Wheeler, Misses S. C. Rigsby, Candidates for Circuit Judge and ComJ. T. Underwood, monwealth Attorney, were here in aatisfactarily. Will he get it? Who Mary and Annie Layton, Messrs Stevie, Mrs. Clara Bettis, It. L. Cox, force and all were kept busy the entire knows? Lemon is President cf the Johnnie and William Layton, all from Geo Davis, Jess Sutton. day shaking hands with the voters that Kentucky Presa Accocfation and Stears Garrard Co. This community extends Henry Hurt. . is its Vice President. Newspapers are the bereaved family much sympathy. Becker, Ballard nnd Scott, those seemed to be here from every point in (3 expected to pull the chestnuts out o Tho remains were followed by a large enterprising and progressive merchrnts the district. the fire for the politicians, that's all concourse of iriends and relatives to of Uryantsville, are offering the best While Judge Hardin was a few hours There is a seeming disposition on the the family burying ground near Spoon-vill- grade of Tobacco cotton at 3 cents a late, owing to an accident to his car part of the politicians to pat the news where Bhe was laid to rest. The yard. They have a large supply of while tnroute, vet he claims to have paper men on the back for publishing services at the grave were concluded field Seed, that can be bought at right made up for the lost time by the en"complimentary stuff" free, but by songs and prayer. prices. Their Vulcan and Syracuse couragement he received from his there is to be a distribution of pie they "Precious darling she has left us. friends. Hon. C..C. Fox was on tho plow are as good as the best. be content with a little are expected to ground early and made a vigorous camLeft us, yes forever mote. bit of the crust. We can tell tho story But wo hope to meet our loved one paign during the entire day. ATTENTION. just liko It is, for' we don t want Hon, Emmett Puryear, Rodman W. On that bright and happy shore. postofflce or any other political job. We wish to call attention to the Keenon and Judge John Sam Owsley, Lonely the house and sad the hours growers of tobacco of this county to all candidates for Commonwealth AtSince our darling one has gone. the letter of the Madison Tobacco torney, never let any grass grow under In speaking of the candidacy of Hon But oh, a brighter home than ours, Warehouse in this Issue. This Com their feet and wen on the ground unIn heaven is now her own," A. O. Stanley, for the democratic to hold your bound hands pany started the loose leaf system at til the last man left for his home. nomination for Governor, the Dover Richmond, and they have been consist Each told a representative of the News has this to say: TOBACCO BEDS BEING SOWN. ently successful In the management Record that he was perfectly satisfied in the searing flames till the "The man out of the numerous can' The weather for the last week has and control of the Warehouse there with the days work and predicted a didates already announced who beats since they began, they report sales up good following in this county. burnt ropes dropped from him out will know he has been tunning been ideal for sowing and burning to. to now of nearly 4 and three quarter mil The following sales were reported In bacco beds and many of the growers omo bet ore he reaches the goal. liens ponnds and hope to reach five during the day. J, M. Roberta sold 10 charred wrists? .Congress Stanley has been a powerful of the weed have taken advantage of million or more before the close of the head of cattle to Bottom and White- tampion of the people against trusts. it In this county. season. They also report prices high house, of Boyle, for $500. W. B. Bur mm the trusts will defeat him at the Tom Gallon did. Read for good grades and steady to strong ton sold a nice pair of black mare mul they can. . They will not do primary HE IS NOT DEAD. on all grades. It sold C. Pruitt crop, es to Center Bros, of Paint Lick, for it in an Offt fight, but by supporting Lancaster. 15t pounds at the high $310., Mr. Jesse Gulley, a three year about him in this paper. ome of his opponents that they will be An unfortunate error occurs In the average of $20 the hundred. Sales old mule to Tom Daily for $125. J. C, able to control. "Stu tobacco growers Eubanks correspondence to the Journsl each and every day show a good strong Morgan, a black 0 year old mare to of Kentucky will net aeon forget how elsewhere In this Issue. Acting upon steady market. Virgil Gastineau, for $130. Torn Brun Mr, Stanley came to tt4r.rescue dur- what he believed to be reliable inlorma' er, one horse mule to Mat Tussey, for ing their wrestle with tfee Tobacco tlon that Ur. w. tj. aicwilllamt, a $150., J, M. Edwards, a nice mare mule 4 Delicate Children V Trust when they won out by. organiza former resident of Eubanks had died waUy only need a food tonia to mala to J. D, Whitehouse, for $175, B. G. tlon, and that he freely gave bit s er- lecently at Buckeye, Garrard county, strong and healthy Mm Fox bought a mule of J. L. Dozier for vices when others were being paid for the correspondent sent it to his, paper. $100 and one of G. A. Morgan for The first pages were printed before It similar service. $92 50. The .big combinations hate hbn.'rnd was definitely learned that Dr. that Is a pretty good reason for Um Is very much alive and unable U ooi only the best food tonia but la "ZUDORA" tfeCklofByaterj fiUaiinl to take. Sold only by us, people of Kentucky to stick to4 him.' to account tor the report.- - Somerset He will stump the state after CefiftwM Herald. .1 tke OfERA HOUSE. FriAij R. E. McRobsrts ICf, Francis of Missouri once said the following of newspapers; "Each year the local paper Rives from $500 to $1,000 In free lines to the community in which ho Is located. No other agency can or will do this. The editor, in proportion to his means, does more for his town than any ten men. and In fairness he ought to be supported -- not because you like him or admire his writings, but because the local pa- Prized by Garrard Mr. Children Cry for Enof War Wiil Not Affect DistritaioD Of Tialic. II. M." Wheeler, of Uohon, brought to the Herald olTlce Wednesday a curiouslty that Is a much prized keep sake. In 1821 William G. VanArsdall was attending school in the west end of the county nnd among the pupils was Ono day young pretty Eliza Cozlne VanArsdall carved his Initial, "W. G V.," on a large hickory nut with tho date, 1821, beneath tho letters and presented the nut as n keepsaku to his little schoolmate. She grow up and married and lived to n ripe old age, and when she died the nut was passed down to her daughter, Mrs. Mary Teater, At Mrs. Teatcr'a death it went to her daughter, Mrs. Parmela Bogie, of Gar rard county. Mrs. Bogie is now visit ing Mr. and Mrs. Wheeler, at Bohon, and ho brought the nut to this otlice. The nut is polished with age until ft is as beautiful as a plec of old mahog any, and the initials and date carved by the hand of a school boy nearly century ago are still plainly discernible, Fltchr's Tho Kind Yoa IIuto Alvrnys Bonglit, nnd which lint been lu mo for orcr .HI years, tins Doriioiuo aignnmro or ana un nrcu iiinuo unucr ma per noiint unpen Islon Mnro ll infancy. Allow no ono ttxlrrclvo you In this. " liro but r,uinirfiltfi. Imitation mill All i;xn'rlni'iit.i that trlflo with nnd cnilittigcr thn health of luiutits ami Children Experience ngulnst KiperlnieaU i "Jiixt-tiN-um- xl Cnsiorln, Is u lmrnilcm unlistltnto irnrlf, Prop nnd Hiiothlnir Hyrup. It lit ploimnnt. It contain neither Opium, Morphine nor other Ji'arcotlo Mlliitnnce. It ago I I t.H guarantee. II destroy A Worms Tor tnorft thnti thirty yenr It mul nllitya I'ovcrl.thneK. lia been In constant mo for tho relief of Constipation, l'liiliiteney, Wind Colic, nil Tecthlns; Trouble nnd It regulate tho Stomach nnd Jlowcl, Dlnrrliiei Iioxlllltllltt' tho Tooil, (rlvlnir healthy unit natural sleep, Tho Children': Panacea Tho Mother's Friend. What is CASTORIAPnrt for Cnttnr OH, GENUINE CASTORIA rBcon) the Signature of ALWAYS In Use For Over 30 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought FEED Stock ----- THE BIG HOUSE, INTERNATIONAL Food This is the season when it is McBoterts Drug Store We Write Anv Kind of x INSURANCE Office at National Bank. J. Office over The National Hank of Lancaster. Ky. A. BEAZLEY & CO. I'honr 27. Tuesday, THE Feb 23rd i n 8 If you want the best Grade of Seeds see us for Blue Grass and Orchard Grass. SWEET CLOVER, Which is the Best Fertilizer for poor (JrotiDtl. MASTER KEY I :' newt-pap- We handle the famous :. Dixie Gem Coal. Trya load. BAILEY & MOSS. e, Would Have the Nerve to Do It j BUYERS TO SHARE IN PROFITS LOWER PRICES ON FORD CARS Effective (rom August 1, 19U to Autrust 1, 1915and Ruarantetd against any reduction during that time. TOURING CAR $190. RUNABOUT $W. TOWN CAR JG90. r. O, jf - (Inlhs Unltd! Butctol America only. Further, we will be able to obtain the maximum efliclvncy in our factory production, and the mini, mum cost in cur purchasing and sales departments If via can reach an output of 300,000 cars between the above dates. And should we reach this production, we agree to pay as the buyers share, from $40. toJIGO. per car (on or about August 1. 1015) to every retail buyer who purchases a new Ford cor between August 1, 1914 and August 1, 1915. For further particulars regarding these low prices and plan see profit-sharin- g I). Detroit, all car fully vUpncd, ' Madison Garage, RlchnoxrJj Rex Theater The Central Record, Thursday Feb 25, 1915 Misses Kzell and Page 7 mix mi 8 JUST I' I Ssi ' OPENED. Entire New Stock of GENERAL t H MERCHANDISE. consisting of Groceries, Tinware, Etc. In fact every thing needed for the table. , I i 1 I & I pay the Highest Market I Price for Your Produce. I 1 Either Cash or Trade. My line Is complete and everything New and Fresh. Will appreciate your trade and guarantee to please you. M. C. TURNER. Campbell Street. D. White Mnrsee"s Old Stand. Headquarters for Genuine OLIVER, SYRACUSE AND JOHN DEERE Steel Plows, best plows made. Jno.Deere and Oliver Sulky Plows VULCAN PLOWS at Cost. Manure Spreaders at cost. Buggies at attractive prices. J. E. Mount, Son & Co. Latest Creations I WALL I I I PAPER I Just Received. v I I I I Harry Anderson I Phone No. 5. nniaexo a Cholera, Gapes, Llmbenjeck, Roup, Canker, Diarrhoea and all Diseases of Poultry Wffl Cnm. lUnJ. Kl.,Hn "Om diop J KacJp. ikwd cW. d Ml 'U clutU. LIU lb. worn ui rl- - Ik. chick iwuaUj. llittfwUitifVit.lh..fftiMai. I1 Ky. iS'Ji::.' Mfg. .. (id Gurwtetd by J. Robu Crume, lUrditown. Price SOc t Drnlstt. OLD MY R. E, McRoberts, Druggist, Lancaster, Ky. THE QUP OF THE Kitchen will tell you that It is just as essential to have GOOD Coal as It Is to have good things to cook with In preparing a meal. We guarantee a fnll ton of good coal at a fair price. I Lancaster Lumber & Man'f'g Co Elmore and Bradley Bourne, Miss WIFE Charlotte rollltt and Harry Rainey, MERCHANT'S it in tms colcim, Mr. Wm Wallace of Richmond was a .Miss Mamie S. Dunn and Robert Kin nalrd, Miss Elizabeth Ford and W. B, OF PARIS recent visitor In Lancaster. Mason, Jr., Miss Agnes Dradshaw and Mr. Sommera of Louisville was J. Milton Elliott, Mist Kathleen Ogg Reliered of a Tape Worm That Fill recent visitor in Lancaster. and Wesley Dickerson. Miss For Sale;-- foot extension table. Llda Glass Jar. A Brief Mtntlon of the Com!n nJ Miss Mabel Mason haalieen In Rich- Rainey and Cecil B. Brown, Miss Alice Theo Currey. IOoIbji LyThoitW Art Inlcruttd In. Rlgney and Paul Elliott. Misa Martha mond visiting her parents. Airs, lyiiaries amnion, the wife o Good buggy for sale cheap. Apply rmderand Billy Miller, Mlsces Joe the well known dry goods merchant The little son of Mr. W, D. Mnrsee Henry, 2t Patsy Klnnslrd and C. E. Ford, after using Andes' Prescription, says; at this oflice. III Mr. Thad N. Aldrldge of Stnnford Is reported quite sick of pneumonia. Miss Willie Wilkerson nnd Adolnh "t or a number of years I have had ""I was a plensant visitor here Monday, Mrs. Jennie Broaddus is in Richmond Joseph. Miss Mary M. Walker and W. every ache and pain that woman coult Jersey Cows For Sale. Mm., Carlton Klkln is in Liberty visit for treatment In the Gibson hospital. It. Cook, Jr., Miss Minnie M. Robinson possibly have. I did not sleep well at Two good, young, It.sh Jersey Cows ing her aunt Mrs. Kidd. Mrs. Ewing Stultz of Knoxville is and J. Wade Walker, Miss Margaret uigni. was restless anu would gel up for sale at reasonable prices.. Cook nnd Edwin Walker, Miss Hallie ach morning feeling bad. My stomach miss Joe llenry of Carlisle Is the at with her parents Mr, and Mrs. J. B F. M. Tinder. Brown and Harry Anderson, Misses would get full of gas after eatlnc. and tractive guest of Miss Patsy Kin Bourne. Laverne Nevius, Catvcrine Bourn, I would belch a great deal. There ,(:) naird. SINGLE COMB BROWN LEGHORN Mr. John Lackey and son James of Lillie Sutton, Llllle Jones, Artie was few days in each month but what EGGS from healthy farm range, winter Miss Mary Lynn Fox of Stnnford has Madlon county were visitors here Mahan, Shirley Mali an, Pearl Dicker-so- I would have splitting headaches nnd at layers. Fifteen for GO hundr been visiting Lancaster friends th Court Day, Etta Smith, Sara Wllmott, Mary times would have bad dizzy spells, ed for $3.00 CASH. rents one past week. E. Holtzclaff and Pntsy Anderson. My tongue was coated. Messrs T. K. Watson and At times Erie C. Farra, Miss hlizabeth Simpson is at horn Marks of Danville Were recent visitors Messrs John McRoberts, Harry Ware, I would have n good appetite, then Lancaster, Ky. Raymond Hughes, II. D. Bastln, P. nave gone for cloys nnd would only eat in Lancaster. after a visit to Mrs. Nora Goodnlirl: Box. 272. Brown, T. J. Price, Zan Robinson. B. the lightest of foods. I heard so much of Stanford. Mrs. Usher D. Gaines and little son W. Givens, Jr., J, Farrls Zcagin. Wm of Andes Prescription, I decided to give you want a photograth that will If Mr. end Mrs. A. I). BrBd.haw of of Danville was with Mr. and MrsTheo Douglas. G. B. Carrier, J. M. Kavan-augIt a trial. I have used less than represent you as you nre we know you MsCreary are visiting her mother Mrs, Curry Monday. Dalton Rich, Bruce Pollitt, Wm. three battles when to tnv surnri.e. will like what we make. We make Km ma Daniels. Mrs. Wm Kiver of Paris lias joined Kavanaugh. Wm. Elliott, Owen passed a tape worm that filled the latest styles in brown and cepie Mr. Wm. hint! and daughter of Lin her husband here for a visit at the Hendrcn, Walter Cox, Emmettt a quart glass jar and some say it tones. Besides we have all the latest coin have been visiting Mr. Lute King Simpson House. Newell Fox, Wood Wilmott, Is more than 100 feet long. Broadus, This has cards and folders. Just opened Gallery near Lancaster. John been more than n month ago and today on north side of square. Airs. K. II, uatson gave a well up Robt, Ross, Walt Goodwine, W. H. Mason Jr., of Central Univer. pointed 12 o'clock dinner on Tuesday Holtzclaw, Jas. Tinder, Wm Martin, I am well and as strong us I ever was C. I. Ogg: Will R. Amon, Bert Ernbry, Gowen in my life and I want to say to any ally was at home with his parents Mr, to a few friends. Auto service to Nicholasville, $2.00 Bourne. Joe Cress, Frank Tinder and woman who has suffered as I have to and Mn.-II. Mason. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Robinson of W. R. Hudspeith. Leave be sure to try Andes' as it never fails. round trip or $1.25 one way Miss Annie Martin of Danville, is Danvillo were guests Monday of Mrs. The foltuwing were also special guests I would not take $1,000 for the good Lancaster at 7 o'clock, arrive at Nich I the attractive guest of Misses Faye B. Kinnalrd. olasville at 9;45. Leave Nicholasville Mr, the medicine has done me." of the Juniors and Sophomores: ana rlorence Acton. This tape worm was on exhibition in at 12:15 arrive in Lancaster at 3:30. Reverend J. W. Beagle was called to and Mrs. M. L. Caneer, Miss B. M r rank Tinder has returned to Tran Campbell county to preach the funeral Robinson, Miss Mabel Mason, Miss the Vnrden Drug Store and many saw Will make trips on Sunday and when Delia Tinder, Miss Marion Morris?, it alive and moving like a snake. syuania alter a visit to his parents of Mrs. Ellen Chalk. It not on mall line at very reasonable Miss Webb and Miss Amanda Ander was the most unusual sight seen there rates. Phone 74. H. L, Lee. fcliler and Mrs. F. M. Tinder. Mrs. J. G. Carpenter and son ot in Jears. Paris and Bourbon county Miss Allie Arnold took advantage of Stanford were guests on Monday of son. has been stirred as never before by the holidays the 22nd and came home Mrs. Joseph L. Francis, this remarkable cure and many others per per ct. to make a visit of a few days. JONES BALLINGER. Mis. Joe Burnside left thit. week for are telling of wonders that Andes' Years 5 jir. j. y. amim ami tinue nave re a visit to her daughter Mrs. George County Clerk Hamilton issued Prescriptions and Oil are accomplishing 5 turned from a bridal trip to Chicago McRoberts in Covington. Loans made on real estate. license to Mr. Itobert Bnllinger in this cae. If you and are receiving many congratulations The McRoberts Drug Co., has the need cheaper money on long time, see Mr. Bal- Kditor J. G. I'ulliam, of Harrodsburg to marrv Miss Girtie Jones. .Miss Lvdia Klmore of Indianapolis was in our city last Monday and paid linger is from Berea and gives his age sale of Andes' Medicines in Lancaster, me about it. as 37 years, while Miss Jones is only Ky. G. B. Swinebroad, was at home for a few days visit with this office a pleasant call. fourteen and lives near Cartersville. Lancaster, Ky. her parents Mr, and Mrs. J. W. Klmore, We are glad to report that Master V. Mr. Alex Dnnny and daughter Mrs, . Lear Jr., has about recovered from HALL OF LANCASTER LODGE Mattlc Duncan left Wednesday for i a slight attack of chicken pox. SWEET CLOVER. recuperative stay at IlattleCreek Mich. Miss Kate Ham entertained at NO. 104, F & A. M. The great new fertilizer and land- FARMER'S COLUMN! Mrs. . J, Romans has returned delightful chafing dish party, at her builder equal to alfalfa in hay and from a visit to her sister Mrs. Carson aurbutban home Monday night. Lancaster, Ky., February 24, 1915. pasture, Write for price list of seed of Stnnford who is somewhat improved, and "Free Circular" telling how to Mr. Alex West, who has been visit' riptcfl below ibla beatitoc ! for ttiu exclu WHEREAS; Brother Gabriel S. grow it. Miss Elizabeth Kord of of Sayre Col ing his brother' Mr. W. H. West, of ite use of oar former .nbicrtberi, nnd 1. for Greenleaf 's spirit took its flight on Febme iaU ot .lock, ci tin od inch thing, on JOHN A. SHEEHAN. lege. Lexington was at home on a few Madison returned home Tuesday. farm a. the f.rmcr cannot afford to adrer ruary 19th, thereby taking fiom our R, D. 3, Falmouth, Ky. days visit with her father Judge Kord. Major and Mrs. W. II. Colliti, of tlte. So notice will be accepted orer fonr number onn of our most useful CraftsU.ue. of the men, one who had labored long and Mrs. V. A. Lear was in Lexington Baltimore, have been visiting Mrs. R. tinea, and will be only tu aco.D.fre. otcharr. earnestly for the welfare of the Craft Saturday to see her daughter Miss L. Elkin and Mrs. J. E. Robinson. NOTICE. and the good of his fellowmen, and who Dernie Lear a student at Transylvania, FOR SALE:-good Poland china Mr. and Mrs. George B. Herris have All persons having claims against the held the unstinted respect and esteem Odus Naylor. Miss Tommie Francis has returned returned to Birmingham, Ala., after a boar. of every member of the order ' who estate of Clyde Ruble, deceased, or to the Richmond Normal after a short nit to Judge and Mrs. E. W. Harris. claims against the late partnership of For one dozen good hemp knew him: therefore. visit to her sister Mrs. A. W. Kavan Mrs. E, W. Harris accompanied BE IT RESOLVED: That in the Clyde & Clarence Ruble, will present her brakes. R. K. Speaks. Lancaster R 2. augh. son Mr. George Harris and wife as far death of Bro. Greenleaf the Craft sus- the same properly verified according to FOR SALE:-OnMr. John Greenleaf and daughter as Louisville for a visit to Mr. and Mrs. 3 and one 2 year tains an irreperable loss. Bro. Green- law to my attorney, J. E. Robinson, old mules. Miss Van were called here by the ill Hunter Irvine. J. W. Koyston, leaf was a regular attendant, a zealous Lancaster, Ky., on or before March 1, 1915. ness and death of his brother Mr. (i Marksbury, Ky. worker, and was ever ready with Mrs. Louis Ramsey, of Nashville, J, B. Ruble, Administrator. S. Greenleaf. kind and cheerful word for those with FOR SALE:-Si- x good hemp brakes. who has been visiting her parents Mr. whum he came in contact. That in his Mrs. RebeccaJ. West. Misa Ida Mae Cecil has returned and Mrs. Ben Ham, returned to her death the community loses a splendid HUSTONVILLE ROLLER home after a pleasant visit to Mrs home Wednesday. rooms in dwelling of citizen and the bereaved lamily a kind For Rent:-Fou- r Hiram Long and daughter Mrs. Stan Mrs. Julia Anderson, of Harper, Mrs. Vina McWhorter, to responsible and loving relative. ley Iiailey in Winchester. Kansas, haa been visiting her sister, parties. MILLS FOR SALE. that this resolution bu scread at I B. Shepherd, Paint Lick, Ky. large upon the minute book of the Mr. Hughes, nn unusually fine pian Miss Amanda Anderson and other As agent for the D. M. Lipps heirs, lodge, a copy sent to the family of his ist of Louisville, has been engaged by relatives for several days. R. L. Cox, Paint Lick, has for sale Mr. V. J. Kcmans to do his playing at Miss Delia Tinder gave a course din' a 5 year old horse. 4 year old mare, sister and a copy furnished to the I will sell privately the Hustonville Central Record of Lancaster Ky and Roller Mill and Electric Light Plant. the Lancaster Opeia House. ner on Monday evening. The out-ogood workers, 200 bales hay, 150 barrels capacity; is to the Masonic Home Journal of Louis The mill has a town guests were Reverend Ralph corn at crib. Mrs. S. I). Turner and little daughter in good running order and shape and ville Ky, for publication. Hudspeth, of Lexington, Miss Joe Anna Belle have returned to their mrkes a splendid flour. It has always t J. Rockwell Smith FONSO. home in Lexington after n visit to her Henry of Carlisle and Miss Agnes ! vV. O. Rigney is located in a been a Committee Bradshaw, of Decatur, III. mother Mrs. Helle Austin. ( George Smith, Jr. splendid farming and wheat raising Mrs. Belle Henderson is visiting her Mrs. J. A. Amon entertained the In section, a good town and the environdaughter, Mrs. Ed. Newland of Bread- Mrs. Henley Itastin and two bright termediate Christian Endeavor Society Met His Approval. ment could not be better. The electric children after a ten days visit to her n compliment to her son Wm Rice head. I'arser-otto fanner leaning on light plant is run in connection with Bister, Mrs. Chas Denman, of Nicholas Miss Callie Scott is visiting her roadside fence) "Do you approve Amon on Monday evening. About 24 of mill, lights the town and supplies priville returned home Tuesday. members of the society enjoyed the sister's Misses Eva and Margaret Scott automobllesT" Farmer "Sure! Why vate residences and pays a handsome of Danville. IT Didn't I make over $50 wouldn't Mrs. Stephens who has been on ( social affair and the hospitality of th profit. Although February U, 1915 was a clean cash haulln' 'em out ot snow protracted visit to her daughter Mrs, host. If you are looking for a drifts last winter!" oyful day to some. It was also a W. D. Lackey has returned to her proposition, investigate, this, sorrowful one to many a heart. home in Randolph, Missouri. as it will be sold at a bargain. Terms Mrs. Stevens has retirnid to her will be made right. Fly Higher. Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Hajelden and a home in Randolph, Missouri after Dust by Its own nature can rise only W. D. NAVE. Agent. children motored to Nicholasvillj Sun delightful stay with her daughter, Mrs so far above the road, and birds which (By Wm, F. Miller.) Hustonville, Ky- day to see Mrs. Hnselden s parents fly higher never have It upon their W. II. Lackey. Mr. and Mrs. Powell Duncan. The farmers are joyfully accepting wings. So the heart that knows how Last Friday ended the sixth month's the beautiful weather as a, "Blessing," to fly high enough escapes those little Mr. Dan Kay and Mrs. Lottie Bolton, MONEY TO LOAN. cares and vexations which brood upon chool work. from "Tho One from whom ali Bles both of the Huckeve section, were Monday being Washington's birthday sings flow," and are taking advantage the earth, but cannot rise above It Into Applications received for loans from united in marriage by Rev. J. V that purer air. H. W. Beecher. no school was held. $1000.00 to $10,000.00, on improved and of it with many thanks and eager Beagle at the Baptist parsonage, unimproved town property and farm Last Friday morning. Mrs. Siler, hands. Misa Margaret Morrow who is teach- - Mrs. Jas. Cox and Miss Mary Holtz- A Loyal Gardener. lands. Interest 8 per cent straight. ing this year at Columbus Ohio, was at claw were visitors at our school. "That garden you took so much Interest payable annualty or YolT reprldo In ran to weeds, didn't it!" home with her parents Mr. and Mrs. E. ApTime: one to ten years. Miss bmith a room entertainment art troubled trith heartburn; gases and joiced tho envious acquaintance. plicants for loans will please give des. V. Morrow for a visit of a few days. distressed, feeling after eating take a, "Well, you may as postponed for one week. Her room call them weeds If cription, location, and valuation of proDyspepsia i you like, but I'll bet some ot those tall, ill entertain Friday morning at 8:30t Judge Jennings Greenleaf and Mr. Uurnam of Richmond motored to Lan luxuriant plants have rare and power- perty offered as security for loan. Rockwell Smith visited our llro. J. caster Saturday for the funeral and school Tuesday morning nnd conducted before and after each weal and.y ou will ful medical properties If science wero State improvements and valuation of only far enough advanced to appre- same. burial of the late Mr. G. S. Greenleaf. the devotional exercises after which he ebtaiaproQujtrsliei,6oldo&Iy,byus!22o, We want County representatives to ciate them." made a short talk. R. E. McRoberta Friends here at her old home will receive applications for loans, appraise We, Juniors and Sophomores, wish regret to hear that Mrs. Hugh Hemppropertp, nnd serve as our exclusive hill is quite sick at the residence of gain to thank the teachers and others representative. Attorney or real esho so kindly assisteu us Friday even Mrs. Andrew Hemphill in Nicholasville. tate man preferred. Applicants for ing. Your kindness was greatly aploans, and applicanta for agencies Mr. mid Mrs. J. Kaymonn Hnselden preciated and shall be remembered. positively required to furnish at least COMPRESSED HOUSEKEEPING. and children. Mr, and Mrs. S, G, two character references and forward eauliful Reception Given In Honor Of Hnselden and children motored to Lex postage, five 1 cents stamps, for ap ington Wednesday for a meeting of the My wife and I live In a flat that is so narrow, quito Seniors, plication blanks, full particulars, and friend is all we dare invite; That just one Hardware Dealer a Association. prompt reply. Write Southern OHlce. One of the most charming occasions And while our guest rcmnlns to chat, I havo to walk the street; Southeastern Mortgage Loan Assn., Tho following Knights from a dis-- j of tho season was given in honor of the Our floor space won't accommodate nn extra pair of feet. Fourth Nat'l Bank Bldg., Atlanta. Ga. tance attended the funeral of Mr. G. Seniors, by Juniors and Sophomores, in My wife, in buing dress good, has to choose a narrow stripe; S. Greenleaf aid officiated at the bur- school building Reception Hall Friday We stopped our paper just because it used such mammoth type. ial service. evening. The building was very And every serving maid we get just drives us nearly sick C. N. Smith, J. M. Nichols, llenry beautifully decorated in memory of Before sho learns there isn't room to cut the bread so thick. L. Nichols, HughMooro, Crpt. Massee, Washington's Birthday. Every light Smiley Duvis and Lewis Landrain, of in the building was shaded with and largo ones we refuse, In buying eggs, ull Danville, and A. II. Zaring, J. W. Hal- - deep red, while the hall's weredecorat-e- d And milk that's very much condensed is all that we can use. lard. Mack Simms, E. D. Ballard, in white and blue, thus carrying out Our cat's adjustable in size and fits our flat all right; George Slmins, Robert Burnam, Jr., the red. white and blue scheme, toWe let him out each morning ami take him in at night. John Higgins, S. D. Boggs, R. L. gether with many beautiful ferns and Our dog when hrst we got him. upset things whene'er he tried When in Danville, RememrotUandJ. W. Hamilton, of Rich- flowers. Delightful music was rendered To wag his tail as dogs will do, you know, from aide to side; ber Th.e mond. throughout the evening by Miss Webb Hut soon lie saw Hint such a course would cause us all to frown 1 Mrs. J. A. Amon was hostess at an and otnera. At a late hour delicious And now when he would wag his tail, he does it up and down. She enjoyable social affainSatunlay even- cakes and Ices were served to the My little wife and 1 have found, no matter how we spat, ing. The invitation list included the many happy guests, after which the We cannot widely differ in our very narrow flat; is making a Specialty of members of the Senior Christian En following ones departed for their homes, And though the things I say may show ot truth a viorry lack, their deavor Society which Is something over with many good wishes to the Seniors There is no room for argument, and so she can't talk back. 60, and a few of their friends. The and great thankfulness to the. Juniors Noon-Da- y Lunch When I stay out quite' late at night my wife won't let me In honor guest waa Miss Agnes Bradshaw and Sophomores who proved themI oiler mc excuse she knows is ver thin. HI., a senior at Hamilton selves ideal hosts: Until of Decatur Misses Lena Schooler, Viola Tribble, Located corner, And though we're sure we ought to move to quarters large & nice i. College this year and cousin of Mrs. Nora Brown and Jas A. Hilton. Miss We shrink from doing so, and thus our present rooms suffice. Amon. The home was most attractive 3rd. & Main Stmtif) Viola Bengle and Dr. Wheeler, Miss In its George Washington decorations Nixon Waterman. ItaaiiaiLKjJn DinviHe, A most delightful mtnu was served the Bessie R. Sanders and Clyde Sanders, MIWHHV Mr. and Mrs. H.I'. Brown, Miss Charlie guests. In Hatcher were I. Gossip About People vvv Cincinnatl'shopping. r I 1 19-- n, II 1 1- -2 1- -2 18-t- f. to Sale:-Abo- a f. money-make- r; money-maki- SCHOOL NOTES. If J e2S'!oTablet narrow-minde- d double-yolke- d jCadios: Pfrect if Page 8 AN EVENT OF THE GREATEST TANCE TO EVERY IMPOR- The Central Record, Thursday Feb 25 1915. OF FINE FURNITURE. INGS, WALL FLOOR COVER- HOUSEFURNISHER PAPER, DRAPERIES OF LANCASTER AND CENTRAL KENTUCKY. AND GOODS. SALE STARTS AT 8 O'CLOCK ART Brower's 49th Anniversary Sals This Sale Commemorates Mr C. F. Brower's Forty Nine Years unlnterupted connection with the Furniture and Carpet Businsss. Monday You can Morning March- - 1st. well afford to come from any distance to take advantage of these unususl and genuine Savings. Remember every price Is reduced. An event of the Greatest Importance to Every Housefurnisher and Housewife of Lancaster and Central Kentucky, will be Brower's Bed Springs. e Bed Our stock of Springs is very complete, every one of which goes into the 49th. Anniversary Sale at substantial price reductions. A spring worthy of especial mention as being a very unusual value Is made of and Is equipped with our special National Fabric, warranted not to sag. A spring that sells regularly for $5.00, special 49th Anniversary Sale price $3.45 high-gradall-metal 49TH. Anniversary Cotton Mattresses. We have also a splendid line of Mattresses that go into the 49th. Anniversary Sale at subWe want every person within from our different of Fine Furniture, Floor Coverings, Wall Paper, Draperies and Art Goods. Sale starts st. at 8 O'clock. Anniversary Sale time is around again tin's time it is the 49th and every effort has been made to make this one of the greatest Ereas of Genuine Value Giving in High Grade Home Furnishings that Central Kentucky has ever known. months, to visit our store. You will be under no obligations to buy choose until you are ready for it. Besides a large assortment a radius of fifty miles of Lexington or more, with a home to furnish or any one who contemplates furnishing a home within the next six and if you find our values irresistable, we will gladly store what you departments .and discontinued lines of odds and ends, of Furniture disclosed by our inventory just finished' our entire SPRING STOCK, shipments of which are arriving daily, goes into this sale at reductions that will certainly make it well worth your while to investigate. Come while the choosing is the very best. Cpme prepared to buy all you need. It is the chance of a life time. Just read n few sample values in this advertisement. friends, especially those lately married. Remember there are hundreds of other values, just as good or better that nwait you. You will be cordially welcomed. Tell your stantial reductions in price. Here, however, we wish to call your special attention to an excellent Cotton Mattress, made of 50 lbs. of Pure White Downy Cotton, covered with a very attractive Blue Art Ticking which is a most unusual value at our Special 49th. Anniversary Sale price of $4.95. Extraordinary Bargains In Mission Rockers and Chairs. Mission Library Suite, made of quarsawed oak, fumed finish' Rocker, Chair and Settee, full padded, genuine leather pad seats. Bed Room Furniture. Never before have we shown such a truly magnificent stock of Bed Room Furniture, Including Suites, Dressers, Chiffoniers, etc., as will greet you Monday, March 1st. All go at Anniversary Sale Prices. Our Entire New Spring Stock Included in This Sale. Extraordinary Room Size Rugs. Offerings In High Grade Floor Coverings. Carpets. Ingrain Carpets good patterns. Brower's 49th Anniversary Sale Price, per yard 2 Sots All Ingrain Carpets, the best made, regular 90c per yard values. Brower's 49th Anniversary Sale Price GOcts. Tapestry Brussels Carpets, stairs to match Brower's 49th Anniversary Sale Price 45ots. Carpets, borExtra Quality Tapestry llrusi-ders to match, regular 75c per yard values. Urow-er'- a 40th Anniversary Sale Price 50cU. Velvet Carpets, good quality. Drawers 49th Anniversary Sale Price, per yard 76c. Axminlster Carpets, borders to match. Drawer's 49th Anniversary Salo Piice, per yard Wets. Japanese Mattings, Small Rugs, Linoleums, Etc., at like reductions. 1i Dining Room Furniture. Hjt a bit less deserving of mention Is our Handsome showing of Dining Room Furniture, in a good variety of desirable woods and finishes, Tables, Buffets, China Closets, Cellarettes, Serving Tables and Chairs. All at Special Anniversary Sale price. ter 9x12 Brussels Rugs, beautiful patterns, regular $10. values. Browers 49th anniver- PARLOR Then when and LIBRARY Furniture. it come sary sale price $6.75. 9x12 Brussels Seamless Rugs, regular $12 values. Browers '49th Anniversary Sale Price $7.50 Rugs, pretty pat9x12 terns. Brower's Special 19th Anniversary Sale Price $12.50 Smith-Axminist- er Rocker is a regular $fi.00 value. Drawer's Special 49th. Anniversary Sale price $1.75 Chair is a big bargain at Drawer's 49th. Anniversary Sale, price.. .,.$4. 60 Settees la an extraordinary value at Drawer's 49th. Anniversary Sale . Price of $4.75 . to furnishing the Parlor or Library, you'll make a big mistake if you fail to see our splendid stock of Parlor Suites, Library Chairr, Davenports, etc., all at Anniversarv Sale Prices. 9x12 seamless Hugs, $25. value's. Brower's 49th Anniversary Sale I'rice $18. 9x12 Good Quality Velvet Rugs, regular $18. values. Brower's 49th Anniversary Sale Price $15. 9x12 Japanese Matting Rugs. Drawer's 49th Anniversary Sale Price $2.00. Mission Oak Rockers, fumed finish. Regular automobile spring seats of genuine Spanish leather. Regular $11.50 value, Drower.s 49th. Anniversary Sato Price $9.75 Mission Oak Chairs, fumed finish. Regular $11 00 values. Drawer's 49th. Anniversarv Sale Price $9.45 Mission Rockers, fumed finish, spring seats, upholstered in genuine Spanish leather; $8.00 values. Drawer's 49th. Anniversary Sale Price ,, $0.75 Rockers, Mission fumed finish. Regular $4.75 values. Drawer's 49th. Anniversary Sale Price $3.95 Mission Chair to match above rocker Regular $4.50 value. Drawer's 49th. Anniversary Sale Price .$3.75 Wall Paper and Draperies. Special reductions on all Wall Papers Draperies and Upholstering during the month of March. Large Assortment Of Famed Oak Two-Pie- ce Mahog- Mission Library any Bed Room Suit. Dresser and ChitTonier. Regular $143.00 values. Special Price to close Folding Card Tables. or Fumed Oak Finish. Square Leatherette Top. A table that Is leally worth almost double Brover's Special March Annivearary Sale Price of $l."3 Mahogany Chairs and Rockers Handsome Three-Pie- ce Mahogany Dining Room Suit. Buffet. China Obinet and Serving Table. Regular $93. value. One of the best bar gains we have ever olTered -at our Special Closing Price. ... Mahogany Chiffonier. Regular $29.50 value. Special Price to Close Handsome Two Piece Mahogany Bed Room Suit. Dresser and Chiffonier, regular $177.00 values for the two pieces. Special price to close Spanish Leather, spring seats and cushioned backs; ranging in price from $17.00 to $18.Ktfi to $5u5 at Half price Genuine 49th Anniversary Sale Of High Grade Iron Beds. TWO INCH Continuous Post Iron Beds with five fillers. of white enamel and Vernis Martin finish, size. A Big 49th Anniversary Sale Value Choice $73.50 $14.50 546.00 A Years Subscription To An Eight Page Magazine Given To You Absolutely Free. BROWER'S HOME FURNISHER, Is Issued every month, and contains a great deal valuable Information regarding furniture styles and Home Furnishing helps which makes It a welcome visitor in the most refined $88.50 49th Anniversary Sale Of Handsome Library Tables. HANDSOME LIBRARY TABLES. Choice of mahogany and fumed oak finishes. BROWERiS Special 49th Anniversary Sale Price $13.45 LIBRARY TABLES, Choice of fumed oak and golden SPECIAL finishes. AN- either at ft 11 1 r three quarter $3.95. IRON BED. Then WE HAVE A TWO INCH CONTINUOUS POST full or three quarter size. 49th Anniversary. Sale Price. homes. Send us your name on a post card and we will send you the Homefurnlsher for one year, absolutely Eachtahle has nice size druwers. BROWER'S with five upright fillers either in white enamel or Vernis Martin finish, $5.G5. NIVERSARY SALE PRICE $12.95. The remainder of our stock of free. Library tables at like reductions. This Is not a catalogue of our stock; only a few Items taken at random, to give you an Idea of the Big Reductions on Everything. & F. BROWER & COMPANY, 'fflt' INCORPORATED. The Quality Home-Furnishi- ng House Of Central Kentucky. The Central Record, Thursday Feb 25, 1915 Send Your Tobacco To The Motional Lesson Dr O. SKI.LEnS, Acting; Director ot Mutvl.y School Courss Moodr Illbla In V.. 3 Chns Conner, VIce-Pres. Page 9 R. L Stivers, Pres. L, M. Land. Trcos. J. W. Rodes, Mgr. FARMERS HOME TOBACCO INCORPORATED mute, Chlrairo.) LESSON FOR FEBRUARY 28 Independent X Tobacco i THE WHO SE 8AMUEL. THE VICT0RI0U8 LEADER. r.KRSnV TrYT-- T n n....( ... ntipa . me. I eamuel 7:JJ n. V, "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. prepared a "rullt offerln' the Philistines started the ark back towards Bhlloh. As a punish ment for tbelr sacrilege and perhapi for tbelr boastful pride, Ood punishes the men of and finally the ark finds rest la the house of 6:10-21- , Ablnadab, 7:1, 2. For 20 rears Israel was under discipline In Hariri 6:4-9b Warehouse Company. Lexington, Kentucky. Warehouse on Virginia Avenue, between Broadway and Limestone, LEXINGTON, KY. Highest Prices PAID AT New Lexington is the place to sell your tobacco, where you get strong competition, and if you want the best prices for your Tobacco, sell at the Shelburne of the Philistines. Samuel told the people plainly that In order to be de livered from the Philistines Israel must "return unto Jehorah with all your heart." The putting away (Judg ing) of sin and all Idols Is tbe first step of any real, genuine repentance towards Ood, Isa. 53:7. When Israel adopted Ashtaroth and the "strange gods" they possibly did so with no thought of forsaking 'Jehovah, but rather with the Idea of "enrlnchlng" their worship. Such liberality, such a federation of religions Is weakening to the cause of faith, Matt 0:24, I John 2:13, James, 4:4. Samuel might be called "narrow," but his exhortation to Israel that they return to the love and worship ot Jehovah, to the obedi ence of his laws with de votion, was the first, and the most esrequisite to their freedom. Issential rael's response (r. 4) meant not alone but a revolt against the Philistines. This meant also the gtr Ing up of amusements and profits which might accompany such worship. Tbe word heart includes the will, affec tions, motives and powers of soul. Not merely a surface emotion, but a deep change ot heart and character. It Is sad to recall that this was a reformation, not a regeneration (ch. 8:8), but such Is the history of an emotional reformation. One day, however, we shall see that one will last last, Rom. 11:26. Samuel Is a type of Christ as a prophet and also aa an Intercessor, Heb. 7:25. Ontberlng the people at Mlzpah ("a lookout") he caused the people to look to God. Such a gathering was an evidence ot that unity of the people of God which must erer precede prevailing prayer, Pa. 99:6. Heb. 10:25. The meeting began by a prayer by Samuel who was nearest to God. They than poured out water upon the ground, a symbol of their utter helplessness, also of the pouring out ot their hearts before God, II Sam. 14:14; Ps. C2:8. Israel also "fasted" an expression ot sor row for sin which waa so deep that they could not eat, and a sign ot the humiliation ot self and an earnest de sire to find God, Dan. 9:3, Acts 13:2, 3. whole-soule- bondage, t. 2. - "And 8smusl spake . , . say- In o," vv. 34. It Is possible that at times Samuel was a fucltlre. but that he was praying, teaching and preach ing tbe word of Jehorah" we are assured. At last Israel waa "drawn to gether,'- - v. 2 It. V. margin. Undoubted y Samuel's pure life and his faithful witnessing had as much to do with this assembling as did the oppression For The Sale Of Loose Leaf Tobacco. FREE OF ANY TRUST. Intersection South Lime and Upper Streets. Phone 1910. Capacity 750,000 lbs. 300 Loaded Wagons. DIRECTORS. R.L. Stivers. Chas Conner, L. M. Land, J. W. Hodes, W. F, Land, Luther Stivers. This house as usual leads all others. We sold on February st, 389,825 pounds for an average of $9.63 per hundred. During the week ending February 121h, we sold ,046,3 O pounds, this being over a quarier of the total sales for this market. Don't you think you had better come to the Independent with the rest of the crowd, where you will find a 1 1 I the market. 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 Independent Tobacco Warehouse Lexington, Kentucky. Co. World's Record Gar. New SHELBURNE Warehouse where you get the best light to show it, and where the parties running the sales are Interested in getting you the highest prices. On their last sale at their No 1 warehouse the highest price was $37.00, and the highest average for a crop of 2,170 pounds was $22.28. This crop came in a carload from Owen County and sold as follows: Two liunJreJ and ten pounds 165 pound), $37, 50; 230 pounds' $14.75; 300 pounds 380 pounds, $15; 205 pounds, 165 pounds, $13; 295 pounds, $14.-7- $33; 140 jiounds. 185 $28; 315 $22; 200 $13.75: poundi, $25; pound, pound). 11.25; J270 $3.40; 220 pounds, $18.75; 205 pound), $18.50; 190 pounds. $10.25: 80 pounds, pound). $17; 145 $19.25; $13.25; 170 185 pound), $10,75; 70 pound), pounds, $13.50. AveriRa, $22.28,' Ike l'arrlsh & Mason, Wocdford-2- 00 pound), $19.50; 200 pound), $19; 370 pounds. $17.75; 315 pounds, $17.70; 260 pound), $17.75. 210 pounds pounds. $16.- - pounds, $19.50; 170 pounds, $18.75; 285 pounds, $17; 240 pounds, $17; 335 pounds, $17.25; 170 pounds, $1C; 125 pounds, $14.75; 280 pour.ds, $14.75; 200 pounds. $13.25; 295 pounds. $15.75; 355 pounds, $9.75; 225 povnds, $11; 376, pounds, $3.. 75; 0,275 pounds sold for $949.09, an average of $15.15. sell at good prices, but the common dark stuff seems to be getting lower. Good tobacco continues to their extremity they turned to Samuel to Intercede for them. Christians have a better one as their intercessor, I John 2:1; Heb. 7:25; Rom. 8:34. Israel no longer places its trust in an outward symbol as when formerly they sent for the ark. ch. 4:3. All real prayer is preceded by sacrifice, and the only ground we hare upon which to approach a holy God is to shed blood. Hob. 10:19. John 14:6. This Is also a typo of entire consecration. The lamb of Samuel's sacrifice Is a type ot our Christ who entered Into God's presence for us "by his own blood," Heb. 9:11. 12. Having thus properly approached God, Samuel cried for Israel, and "the Lord heard hlmv" John 17:9. In tbe midst ot this tho Philistines gave battle (v. 10) even as Satan often makes his S3 fiercest assaults upon us in the midst of our holiest exercises. God "thundered with a great voice," v. 11, marg., bringing discomfiture and fear to the enemy, I John 5:14. The Heart of the Lesson. This lesson Is a great revelation of the power and effectiveness of Intercessory prayer. "Moses and Aaron among his priests, and Samuel among them that call upon his name," Ps. 99:6, seems to place Samuel at the head ot Israel's Intercessors oven as Moses and Aaron led tho prophet priests. Prayer tor others is not only a duty, but a privilege and loy aa well. Too few Christians are interceding for others. Tho sincere prayer tor others Is inevitably followed up by service for others, even as Samuel's prayer was followed by bis serrlce judging Israel. This lesson also emphasises the need of appreciation of God's mercies. Abraham erected bis altars; Jacob and Joshua erected memorial stones to recall signal blessings; Samuel calls the one he erected for "Hitherto bath Jehorah helped us." ... II. "And Samuel offered Twenty a burnt offering," vv. years of bondage bred a spirit ot fear in the hearts of the Israelites and in i I This $1,250 Stock Car made 7500 miles in 30 days with Bonnet Sealed. From Sept 23 to Oct 23, it traveled through 23 States. You can't ask any more of any automobile, no matter wlirt the horsepower or cost. For catalogue & car specifications write 1 CENTRAL MOTOR CAR CO. Lexington, Ky )0Mxy:0;X0M0XX0 mmssmtSSSSSs 4 Silas Lexington, Shelburne. Kentucky. CASTOR I A for Infants and Children, Dm KM Yn Htn Mviyt IwcU Bean the Signature Page 10 The Central Record, Thursday Feb 25, 1915. continues to make the best sales on the Richmond Market. Here are some of the sales made between February 2nd and February 8tb. 1490 pounds Jim Best 2215 pounds Ira Cotton, 3185 pounds D. F. Ross, - THE - BIG 13.81 HOUSE. $222.70 497.61 - 1 Theo Cotton 1330 pounds S. M. Turner 1815 pounds Gilbert Wilson 1330 pounds Murphy & Son 3370 pounds - $248.17 338.25 425.69 182.60 245.03 173.47 406.36 - - - average $16.66 average 15.27 average 13.37 average average average average t I ft W R A Tudor 1810 pounds 13.50 13.05 12.06 Hill 5 Cornellson 4230 pounds Barnes & Barnes IIIO pounds D W Jackson, 4505 pounds J A Ross 3485 pounds W W Bales 3480 pounds Gordon Burgln 1100 pounds 126.46 482.61 358.04 364.98 129.60 - . . . - - average average average average average average $12.31 11.72 11.39 10.71 10.27 - average 11.78 10.49 We are doing this for your friends every week. Let us do it for you this week. HI for IS yean LEAF T OA INCORPORATED. l To De Expected. I "The pretty popular favorite who has gone In for suffrage seems to I Impress very much with her ad- I dresses." "Well, why shouldn't a belle make ringing speeches?" MR "The knowed," O SE CQMPAN 1 KENTUCKY. RICHMOND, Record Swims. Value of Goodness. Cnpt. Alfred Browne, commodore of It Is not easy to be good. If It were the Flushing Day division of the Amer- (oodnesa would bo worth very little. g society, swam from It would not mean struggle, persls-l:ncican the battery to Sandy Hook, 22 miles. aspiration, development, char-KteIn, 13 hours and 38 minutes. This was as It does now. Real roodness Is done on August 28, 1913. On Septemgoodness efficient, beneficent ber 14 Samuel ntchards of Boston valuable because of what It costs, day swam the same distance In S hours by day, and It never comes at a bar-laiand 12 minutes. Man previous atSelected. tempts had been made, but proved to be failures on account of the strength of the tides. New York Times. Music of the Future. London has listened to a futurist orchestra composed of whistlers, thun-dererNo Galleons That Day. cracklers, gurglers, murmur-ers- , When Dickson, not yet four years rattlers, roarers and buzzers. To old, ran In to ask his mother If he get an Idea of what It must have been could buy a balloon sho replied: "I like sit In a New York apartment can't let you buy one today, for I house neighborhood In the open winhaven't any change." A minute or dow season while all the tango music two later he was heard calling at on several blocks are In full me top of his voice: "Balloon man, machines York World. blast. New balloon man," to the man who waB by that time well rast the house. He His Original Sin. turned and came Into the yard and up to the porch, expecting, of course, An Indian who was a candidate for to make a sale, when Dickson said: the ministry and was asked before "Balloon man, my mother hasn't any the presbytery the Important question, "What Is original sin?" answered change today." Chicago Tribune. that he didn't know what other people's might be, but be rather thought Medieval Teutons. that his was laziness. There are The Teutonic races, spurred for- many who could truthfully give tho ward by migrating hordes In the rear. same reply regarding religious acand thrown backward by trained ar- tivities. Tho Christian Herald. mies upon the Roman frontiers, were compelled to bend the full force of For Aching Feet. their tribal organizations to warfare. One of the best remedies for aching Their youths were trained to a hardy, active life. Their courage and spirit of the feet is resting the muscles in were constantly fed by stories of ex- the soles of the feet by changing the ploits of the chase and the battlefield. shoes frequently. Every pair of shoes They were proud of their stature and Is cut from a different last and the strength and were full of boasting and tread will be varied with every chang ing of the shoes. Bathing the feet ferocity. Engineering Magazine. with either very hot or very cold water, wiping them dry and then rubbing them with spirits of camphor will Was In the Distance. aching. Baby has a vivid Imagination and cool the feet and remove the tees all sorts of things on a postal whether they are there or not. One Right Living. day he was looking at a postal and A good man may be rich and be naming different things on It. "O, see good, and a bad man may be poor and the boat, the big boat I" said baby. be wicked. Poverty does not Insure His brother, Leroy, aged four, seized piety, nor does wealth prevent it Hapthe card and eagerly looked for the piness Is a condition of the heart, a boat. "Where Is the boat, baby?" he sontented, tranquil, benign and hopesaid Impatiently. "I can't see It." ful mental state. This Is attainable Well," said baby, "can't you wait only by right living. He cannot be till It comes?" Exchange. happy who falls to maintain a void of offense toward God and D. D. D. The Standard Skin Remedy Instant Ee!is3 5ff Skm Hxmhles Guaranteed Remedy The Truly a Grasping Man. graspln'cst I man ever said I'nclo Jerry Peebles, "was an old chap named Snooplns. Somebody told him once that when he breathed he took In oxygen and gave out carbon. Ho spent a whole flay tryln to nnd out which of them Joy for the Occasion. two gases co.t tho mo.t if you had "How Is t, Bridget, that you aro to buy 'era. Ho wanted to know Invited to so many wakes?" "They whether he was maktn' or losln' tell me, ma'am, I put so much llfo money when he breathed." Into 'em that they nil enjoy 'em so much more when I'm there." Knew All About I All For $3.50 p n,vening T ost, daily ior one vear ir Home and Farm, for one year. j , i . I It. E. Mcltoberts, Lancaster, Ky rBuy Gold The Sure Growing Kind MeM- - Ftea SEEDS Ky. If be can't sapplr 2nd and Mala Bur them from your local SMd dealer. you. write u. direct. LOUISVILLE ttIO CO. LaulsvMs, BUYJTTPAY laUMi "How la the law made?" asked tho Instructor In United States history "Oh," replied tho maiden, cheerfully. I "the senate has to ratify It: and then tho president has to has to veto It: and then the house ot representatives has to" she hesitated for a moment, and knit her pretty forehead. "Oh, yes! I remember now," she said, "The house of representatives has to adjourn until the next session!" He Had His Chance. "That wealthy roan who has been Youth's Companion. courting her told her that if she 'did not marry him he would go to Europe Not the Right Notion. and throw his life nway In battle." A very sordid notion prevalent In "What did sho say to that?" "She asked him if he would promiso to do the minds of many. Is that the schools aro largely to teach the boy and girl that If she would marry him." how to earn money. In my mind, much more Importance should be placed Some Real Dust upon the proper enjoyment of It than The roads of the plains of Argen- upon the mere acquisition ot wealth tina have deeper dust In summer and and other worldly goods. We school deeper mud tn winter than those of teachers should aim to teach the child any other part of the world; conse- to appreciate the finer things In life, quently tho wagons used on them such as right living, beautiful surhave wheels Jrom six to fifteen feet roundings both Indoors and out A. C. .Morris. In diameter. Elucidation. "Now, Thomas," said tho teacher, "can you more fully explain tho ndage, 'Old men for counsel and young men for war ?" "It means," replied Thorn-n"that tho old men do the quarreling and then let tbu youug men do tho fighting." Fun. s, It 24 Page War Atlas and The Central Record one year at the cut price of $3.50 for all. This offer is only good for the month of February. ft 551 Irl . 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Of the birds the chltf in esteem were fowls and peacocits, and fieldfares were as eagerly sought for tn Rome as In the Athens of Aristophanes. Oysters were as highly prized at For Father and Son 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 We. sell 400.000 coplm every month without KlYlnc preroiuma and have no solicitors. Any ill itvrw you a copy; or write the newsdealer publisher for free sample a postal til do. 15c A COPY Popular Mechanics Magazine r- a No. Mlohloan Ave., CHICACO A YEAR 91.SO Waiting for the Right Day. Somebody passed a counterfeit dol lar on old Uncle Mose, which nearly broke his heart Weeks later he related his troubles to his employer. Ah done gib up lookln' fer de man whut gimme It," he said. "Ah reckon it nln't nn line trvln' fpr tn finrl him " "Well, It looks pretty good for a coun- ' . V, . ... Iw, -- ...,1 ' WV, " don't you try to get rid o! It?" "Yes, sah. vpr. nah. Sho' dries look thata- I way. Some days Ah think mase'f lt'B good. Guess Ah'U jes' wait fer one of 'em good days an' jes' pass It nan. Little or Great? When ordinary men allow themto be worked up by, common selves of everyday difficulties lntc fever-fittasslon. we can give them nothing but a compassionate smile. But wo look with a kind of awe o a spirit In which tho seed of a great destiny has been sown, which must abide the unfolding of the germ, and neither dare nor can do anything to precipitate either the good or the 111, either the happiness or the misery which Is to arise out of It. Goethe. s Consequences. It Is easy, tn a complicated civilization like ours, to have altogether too much regard for consequences. Let only the thing to be dono bo right In Itself, and the thing to bo said be true In Itself. But sit down and figure Colds and Croup in Children. first on tho consequences, and In nine times out of ten you will neither say Many people rely upon Chamberlain's what Is true nor do what Is right-C- arl Cough remedy implicity in cases of S. Patton. colds and croup, and It never disappoints them. Mrs. E. II. Thomas, Make Him Sweat. At the bedside ot a patient who was Logansport. Ind., writes: "I have a noted humorist five doctors were In found Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to consultation as to the best means to be the best medicine for cclds and produce perspiration. Tho sick man croup I havo ever used, and rover tire overheard tho discussion and, after lis- of recommending it to my neighbors tening for a few moments, hu turned and friends. I have always given It, to his head toward the group and whis- my children when sutlering from croup, pered with a dry chuckle: "Just send and it has never failed to give tbem In jour bill, gentlemen, that will bring prompt relief."' For sale by all dealers It on at once." Immense Damage by Rats. No animal Is more destructive to property or nioro dangerous to human health than the rat. The damage It does to property runs up Into figures which stagger tho Imagination. It Is estimated that there are In the United States at least 300,000,000 rats. They destroy a hundred million dollars' worth of grain In this country every year, or enough to feed one hen for every man, woman nnd child In the nation. Tho total annual cost of rats to tho nation Is estimated at Lancaster tling CO. BotPhone 202. W. 0. Funeral Lancaster, Office Phone 18. RIGNEY Embalmer. Kentucky. Residence Phone 33. Director and Rtgisteredet SEASON 1915. Bull M.BTCSr I "3t7"41CTAt TsTI M.M&.Ct4L24& Service $2.00 Cash. Tvo miles from Lancaster on the Richmond pike. R. E. HENRY. I 11 yah a Wfinufl y Lancaster Tobacco Warehouse STANFORD . rsr lira I STREET. I 'M ! tall . is. WHIM'S TMIC II r&A C. A. Speith Co., Managers No Commission Charged. 'WeJ'PayHighest Market Prices. Unload The Same Day. I W tMsmiwism II The Central Record, Thursday Feb 25 1915. H.C. BRIGHT. President. J. S. PRICE, Vice President. Page ALLEN HIEATT, Secretary. 1 1 WE LEAD AGAIN THIS WEEK The Highest Price Basket of any size) Sells Over Our Floor, 235 Pounds, Sells For $42.00 per Hundred. OVER 5 800 Lbs SELL FOR OVER $40.00 PER HUNDRED. Mr Will Scotl, of Jessamine County, and old Boyle County monj breaks all records, selling his entire crop, of 6,030 pounds for $1,421.22 at a grand average of $23.57. Over 800 lbs selling for over $40. per hundred Curd &. Kiley. Lincoln, 2030 lbs nvcrntie I). W. Lynn, Lincoln, 209.1 lbs average Rciti & Wilder, Lincoln. 329o lbs.nvcrnt'e W. K. Davis, (inrrnrtl, 2220 11)3, average S UAO 13.10' 1100 13.30 Bnbanks &. Wilder, Boyle. 2975 lbs overage J. II. Combs, Jessamine, 3195 lbs, average King &. Harmon, Boyle, 3225 lbs.uvernge Scott & Scott, Jessamine, G030 lbs, average $ 1 1 1 73 1.00 13.00 23.57 Danville Walnut Street. E. C. Tobacco Dr. C. H. Vaught, Sec - Warehouse Incorporated. Company. Danville, Ky. Mlllion,Prcs. T. E. J. Curtis, V-Pr- D. O. D. The Standard Skin llcmcdy Dcatherage, Treas. Instant Belief All . Biggest In Prices Biggest In Amount Of Sales pWaaa r.t yti.'U'ica Lancaster, Ky. Monday, Fob. 22, to celebrate the anniversary of her sister Miss Nettie Lee Kemper. It wri an especially joyous occasion when the friends of the lion- -. orec (who hn. been an invalid for a' long time) mil around her bedside to deliver the little birthday souvenirs. The' dinner served bv Mrs. Clark In I honor of the day was splendid and very few in the community can excell Mrs. ' Clark in cookery. J Ttic Guaranteed Remedy V Biggest In Floor Space. R. K. McRoberts, Colds and Croup in Children. Many people rely upon Chamberlain's Cough remedy implicity in cases of colds and croup, and it never disappoints them. Mrs. E. II. Thomas, Hamilton Valley. Madison Incorporated. Tobacco $40,000.00 Telephone 221. WAREHOUSE Near L. & A. Depot. CAPITAL DIRECTORS: E. C. Million E. T. Mrs. J. II. Hamilton was in Paint Lick Saturday shopping. Mrs. Wtn Underwood visited Mrs. Mclvin Stinnett Friday. Mr. Dabner Davis and Mrs. McShaw ' of Indiana were married last week. Mr. W. S. Parsons bought a worn horse from Mr. Mulhns of Cartersville. Misses Jennie Wells and Eva Dye. nouse visaed airs, unaries uavis &un- -' day. ' Mr. John Kinnard sold Mr. J. I. Hamilton of Lancasttr 2j barrels of corn for $125. Mr. and Mrs. Ira llawley of Harmon Lick was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. James Holman Sunday. Misses Dollye Kinnard and Lavenia Stinnett visited Miss Nanna Iientley Saturday and Sunday. Logansport Ind., writes: "I have found Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to be the best medicine for eclds and croup I have ever used, and rover tire of recommending it to my neighbors and friends. I have always given it to my children when suffering from croup, and it has never failed to give them prompt relief." For sale by all dealers The Allen 34 When you pay S895 for an Allen 34 you get S895 worth of can You don't pay a cent for unnecessary overhead expense. We build integrity into every Allen automobile. Our organization it strong and permanent We are in the automobile business to stay. Our purpose is to make every Allen car do its part in upholding our reputation for giving the greatest possible value for the price we get If you have been waiting until you could buy a strong, swift, safe, hanitomt car without paying a dollar more than its actual worth, the Allen 34, touring carat S895, is the complete answer to your requirements. Price, $895 Study these facts The Allen gine, 34 hu an Allen 37 horsepower enWeston-Mott floating aire, mohair top and leather upholitcrr, Warner treru mission and PAINT LICK Mr. Woods Walker is in Montgomery, Alabama this week. Messrs G. M. Treadwav and E. L. Woods sscnt Tuesday in Richmond. Miss Jane Tertill of Lancaster, was the gust of Miss Marv May Walker for the week-enMiss Amelia McWhorter, of Ilerea, is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Hob Abney and other relatives. Master Saullev Hughes of Lancaster, s has been tho guest of his Mr. and Mrs. James L Francis. Mr. and Mrs. M. V. Byrd, and son Ivan, of Kingsburg. California are the1 guests of friends and relatives here. j Mrs. C. E. Williams and son Charles, of Madison, Indiana spent the pa't week as guests of Mrs. A. B. Wynn. t Miss Elizebeth Eldridge. of State' College, spent the week-enthu guest of her parents. Rev. and Mrs. W. M. Eldridge. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lodsden and daughter Geneva spent several days the past weak at Hrasslteld the guests . of Mr. Logsden's parents. Mr. ami Mrs. William Hales and son William of Iierea and Mrs. Clifford Thompson, of Parij are the guests of j , Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Thompson. Misses Margaret and Lucy Francis entertained a number of little folks on Monday afternoon in honor of their nephew Master Saulley Hughes, of Lancaster. MIjs Mary May Walker and Mr. Edwin Walker attended the treception at the High School In Lancaster, Friday evening nnd were the guests of Miss Margaret and Mr. Itobinson Cook. grand-parentd J steering gear, d drive, expand-in-- ? brakes, 110 inch wneelbase, demountable rims, aluminum crank rase and aluminum transmission case, full tquib-mThe weight of the car U U0O lbs., which, with the power of thcmotor.iu.urea ccoboair of operation. and tlictric ttartir. if tlittrit hghu ) i J Wa balld II. othar modal., thraa road.tara and two sourlag .an, ranfiaa tn nrl.a frna. aena to :S139J J. Curtis Dr. C. H. Vaught Marlon Coy T. J. Smith j DON'T NEGLECT YOUR STOMACH. If It's Upset Pats It Right and Ends Distress. Deatherage J. M. Haden Factory Representatives for Southern Ohio, adjacent West Virginia Territory, Southern Indiana anil entire State of Kentucky. Kenton Motors Co. Dealers: itylt, finish, ftv.tr, temmj tftratitn, ijuipmtml, qualiiiti anj friet, AUm tart lalttkt ImJ imitiailt "cMo"' To The Tobacco Growers and The Man Selling It: There have been many report Koini; out from one sourer and another for tho most part, reference to our market, having no sales at ore lime nr.d another. old MADISON wrong-wit- h Wo wish you to know that the it still doing kusinets at the oh! stand, and will have on sales EVJ5RY DAY provided you tobacco. We have no quarrels with any body are at peace with all the world simply want If vou are one of the thousands who cannot eat a simple meal without its lying in the stomach like lead, ferment- inc and causing painful distress, sour ness and gas, do not delay but get at oncesomo a simple prescription a Write or wire for agency proposition kSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSRSR 73 Ui 73 73 , brine us jour jour tobacco, and we will not only fell It but we will stay right on the job doing our very beat to get We sold about 8J.CH)0 every dollar wo can for it. better, on all grades. pounds Monday, very few rejection!, Is with prices to be had at any drUKKlst's thatquick- ly and effectively ends indigestion and corrects bad stomachs. Vou must not allowyourupset stomach to ko from bad to worse for there will surelv be longer periods of food fer- to FAST WINTER SERVICE TO m w to Don't believe half you hear about the market for it all right going right as any house on straight along rain or shine cold or hot selling touncco nnd getting Just as much for it earth prices Monday from II. to $20 the hundred most everybody pleased, wo want to reach 5.000.00O Is one havent very far to go. wont you help us reach? This of the big markets In the state. In matter house any where. of urices the Old Madison is willing to compare with any Come right along when you and'sell It at the best prices possible for us to get for it. are ready wo will recieve your tobacco patience through a very hard season, We thank you all for your very generous patronage, for your nnd want to j mentation causing greater agony, more gas, sitk headache, unrefreshing sleep. "blue spells, and nervousness. A few tablets aro just what you need. Use them freely at the first a sign of distress. not only quickly ends the misery, but helps to unclog the liver and strengthen the stomach then your food is properly digested. is not only Inexpensive but It. K. McHobertf sells it with agree- ment to refund to money if it does not give satisfaction. a a 73 FLORIDA Via to to 73; to SOUTHERN RAILWAY Premier Carrier of theaSouth "ST LOUIS SPECIAL" HiRht;las3, steel equipped train; through Drawing-rooPullman Sleeping Cars to Asheville ami Jacksonville. m 73, to 173 to 73 a Sto 73 How to Prevent Bilious Attacks. 73 STEEL COACHES-NF- .'mure you we stand for Richmond market against all comers, and the MADISON HOUSK, against nil Houses. Madison Tobacco Warehouse Co. Incorporated RICHMOND, KENTUCKY. "Coming events cant their shadows MAKKSBURY before." This is especially true of Your appetite will Mrs. Pauline Uroaddus has been quite bilious attacks. fail, you will feel duli and languid. If sick for 'Ji weeks. you are subject to bilious attacks take Jess Sanders bought ot Geo. Aldridge three of Chamberlain's '''ablets as soon a milk cow for $50. as these symptoms appeay und the atMark Coins sold a jack tu Doc Ileum tack my be warded off. For sale by of Arkansas for $100. all dealers. Miss Wanks of Hubble spent the week end with her cousin Miss Annie HEMP COMING BACK. Ulanks. Sto AV DINING CAR SERVICE,8 All Electric Lighted p3 Aiken SO Other Famous Southern Resort Augusta Charleston Columbia Savannah Summcrviile Very Low Homoseekers' Fares Winter Tourist Excursion Fat e3 Stopover and other Gpocial features. For information ns to schedules, fares nnd through sleeptri; cor servico communicate with your local agent, r 73 i RAT CORN WINTER TOURIST TICKETS SPECIAL ROUND TRIP FARES TO FLORIDA-CUBA-NEW ORLEANS STOP-OVE- Mr Elmer Woods of Lexington Is visiting his grandfather Mr. T. D. Chesnut. Mr, Jim Turner has returned from Lexington where he has been to visit his mother. ' The young folks stormed Mr. George Huffman last Saturday night and a good time is reported. Miss Florence Mosely of Paitit Uck has been the guest of her sisters Mrs. Durham and Miss Delia Mosely of this AND TO ALL OTHER RESORTS OF THE SOUTH. TICKETS ON SALE DAILY. LIBERAL RETURN LIMIT. PRIVILEGES. R FAVORABLE It Mummifies Them. Harmless to human beings, or live stock. Kid your place of these pest without smell or danger. Order a can today. Prices 50c and $1.00 ran, C pound pail 5.00. J'ostsge paid. Rat Corn I guaranteed to do all we say W, B. NELSON, LtwctM, Kj. EQUIPMENT, SERVICE AND SCENERY UNSURPASSED For Particulars Apply to Any Ticket Agent or Address H. C. KING, 101 Pass'r uA Ticket Ageit East Main, St., Islington, Ky. A special from Mt Sterling says the outlook for a good hemp crop throughout that section is excellent. Farmers, having become disgusted with tobacco at an average of 6 cents per pound, are turning toward hemp. Kentucky used to be the principal hemp growing Stat in the Union and hemp llelds were more common in the Illuegrass region than tobacco fields are at the present day. j Hemp was gradually abandoned and tobacco, as a general thirg' took ItsJ place. Now tobacco prices are bad and place. hemp is looking dp and it is not surI At a business meeting of the church prising that this once highly favored last Saturday Messrs Edinond Sutton product is coming into vogue once and Richard liurton were elected to more. serve as deacons. "I Don'. Fool Good" Hyley Json and Co sold to Jim HamThat is what a lot of people tell m.' ilton a lot of calves at CJ cents. Mr. Usually their bowels only peed cleansing. Ison Is also delivering a number of barrels of corn to a Lancaster firm at $3.75. will do the trick and nuke you feci fine. We know this positively. Take mm A number of near friends met at the tooituL Sold only by us, 10 cent.'" bom of Mr. and.Mrs. Robt Clark last fj. E. McRoberts in n. II. .Si.-ir- to 73 i TOnn, District !aenipr Adent Diilldlni. Uiulstllle. Ky. Dakota Jacks INDIAN REMEPJES Bt HaHaHalfe have, made Ms name United States mad Compo.aal of fim" U over the Berries, For ' 43 Days' Tic at meet, Pauley's India" DAetsJacl'aCuwtwyUnlawtit - . 3 bf DakoU Jack') Crcme Soap, Plica R'' tr'"" Hbs Herbs, Rarka a4 rum Dsmmm. .U.L ON SALS AT l, ItM Ma Ma DAKOTA nJACK Ctntboy The Nthwttt omatNMON op FUfttUraU INDIAN C. C & J. E. SUnm WILL MiKnwi. The Central Record, Thursaay Feb 25, 1915. A Sale That house-furnishing Is Famous All Over Kentucky. For several years past "March's from every county at this sale. To make we March Sale" has brought people from all this our Greatest March's March Sale, have cut prices lower than ever, to inover Kentucky to this biggest duce every family within a hundred miles store in the state. This year to Come to our store and secure the new we expect more than ever to see people , things that brighten every home. ACID TEST BRASS BEDS We Pay Your Railrod Fare To Lexington. people To show you that we really want from all Kentucky to take advantage or these wonderful bargains, we will refund railroad fares to any person buying $50. or over, during this sale. We pack, crate and ship all goods MARCH'S SPECIAL. free of charge and prepay the freight to your nearest railway station. If you can't come to this sale, write us your order for any thing you need and we will send it to you; who could do more to furnish bargains right at your very door. Phenomenal Values. These beautiful brass beds are triple coated with genuine French laquer that will prevent them from ever tarPositively acid nishing or discoloring. test. The one illustrated has two inch fillers continuous posts and five Can be had in either size. nn March's March Price MU.d one-inc- h nn Two inch colonial pattern brass bed with five fillers jjQ Three inch large fillers... Three inch Much mounts post colonial design S29.50 post colonial design $15.75 7 Q $32.50 OAK SEAT ALL CAST IRON COOK STOVE. POLISHED WOOD DINING CHAIR 70c This substantial diner is made of selected hard oak and nicely finished in a rich golden color. Can be had with either wood or cobbler This Polished Quartered Oak Buffet, Colonial Design . . . . This Colonial designed Buffet is the best value wo havs in the All thsse handsome big rockers art covered with the very finest grade of made of real hard white oak highly polished. room. No 523.50 i(pr. Inches One of the most practical stoves made. low-pric- inch oven and '4 holes. It is constructed entirely of grey heat tested March's March Price. cast iron. Will last for years. The biggest value 16 It has a cook seat. Worth almost three times what we are asking for top it. It Is Large cjrtwsr and cupboird Measures full 62 Silver drawer is lined with soft velvet. long. 70C $1.10 ever. MARCH'S March Price. .$ 1 1.7 5 ' Larger patterns with chase leather cushion real genuine leather. They are perfectly balanced and will give a great amount of comfort to the owner. We assure you that they are the best rocker bargains we ever offered. matter where you shop or how you buy you will Supply is limited. never be able to equal , this offer. Come in and see it. March's March Price BWj By special arrangement we will al- of beds. A perfect parlor piece. Covered with a good grade of comfortable black This beautiful davenport bed can be had in either gold oak or maho-an- y finish' It converts into the most ORIENTAL RUGS Room Size Sultan Brussels tan chase leather. March's March or RUGS. Rugs, Price $24.50 At Greatly Re-duce- d MARCH'S March jg Mq 9x12. 9x12 foot CJQ sels Rugs, Five-fram- e Body Brus MARCUS March Price foot Smith's Rugs. MARCH'S March foot Wool-faceRugs. MARCH'S March Price d (fco High-pil- e Special Davenport Offer. Golden Oak Davenport Bed covered with hjsck chase A discontinued pattern. Worth double this pnee. Prices. leather full size. 9x12 Omar Brussels Rugs (seamless) MARCH'S March 9x12 foot Cn ,x.uj jj J lQ J. JU low a discount of 10 per cent on all Macy Hook cases during March's March Sale. Arab Brussels Rugs Priced fcl1 CH JU March's March Price All tP ijllld Mr. Jas. Kawam has charge of This Mattress Is built up entirely of pure felted cotton. Full 45 lbs, weight, covered with beautiful art ticking. Imperial roll edge. A great value: March's March Price.., our display of Oriental Rugs and advises every one to see the wonderful value in this rare collection. $5.50 Owing to conditions in the Old World, prices on Oriental Rugs are now very low and it will pay anyone to Special Mattress Offer. We will sell the famous "Red Cross" Mattress during this great sale at a very special price, Full weight, roll edge Q nn U March's March Price at least see the great bargains A few Specials in really fine Rugs. ....0.1 FURNIIDRE, CARPETS, DRAPERIES, Lexington, Li "V AND STOVES. nn as low as $7.50, $27.50 and $05.00. (seamless) MARCH'S Cf vpl March Price 9x12 foot Smith's Seamless Velvet Rugs. MARCH'S CA March Price 9x12 foot Cortland Seamless Velvet Rugs. MARCH'S fcl 1 CH March Price Cresant Axminster Rugs MARCH'S . March Price 9x12 foot Karkara Axminster Rugs MARCH'S March Price 9x12 foot Vicar Seamless Brussels Rugs. MARCH'S March Price Brussels fhiq plO.JU H4 1 JU Brussels ffcoi . K( .pll.JU (fclQCf. foot Extra Rugs. MARCH'S March Price.... 9x15 foot Extra MARCH'S March $24.25, Brussels Rugs. (tiocn .Cbl.jU iplO.JU Price Royal 9x12 MARCH'S March 1 no JU 0)44. tn Kfigs. 9 Wilton (jQ jQ .$14.75 3S" foot Extra Axminster Rugs. MARCH'S March Sale $29.50 i BABY CARRIAGES, JREFRIG1AT0KS AND TABLES. , Kentucky t .'ti