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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): December 2, 1915 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1915 cen1915120201_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): December 2, 1915 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1915 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE CENTRAL RECORD. i'WiJ JtEUOJOA, UNlAItmSHEI) DEMOCRACY AND GOOD OOVEIiNMENl. tWFNTT SIXTH YEAR. LANCASTER, KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, DECEMBER 2, 1915. NUMBkR 35. See Our Line Of I f i Butcher Knives, Sausage Mills, bard Presses. Our sport goods will be interesting to you. short of rabbits andhas requested Executive Agent J. Q. Ward, See the picture exhibit In the Womans of the Game and Fish Commission, to Club room December 12th and 13th. secure thirty-sidozen bunnies from fields of Kentucky. For the The heV wood fibre plaster. 1'ennsylvanla will pav 35 ocnts the head aato by Hudson, Hughes and Karnau. for rabbits sent in L'ood condition, ami Try our flour. It is guaranteed (o.Mr Ward is corresponds with neoDle. please. Hudson, Hughes and rarnau. who, he believes, can fill the order. I TU t I ?. ...U.. l "curB ","au"'" w' i. re' Let us have calling cards engrav(d ' ' " ceive the full amount offered by the a lovely Xmas for you, they make aiaie 01 rennsyivama. x d The three Waylands have been hold' Ing the boards at the Opera House this Commercial Club Meets Tonight. Aside from "The Garden Of Allah" week and aro showing to large and that apeara at tho Lexington Opera pleased audiences Their last appearance Thursday was a beautiful Thanks- - house next week, the ons Saturday of will be and you will miss a RivlnR day. this week Is going to be a hummer. It good vaudeville if you fail to see them. Eliminate the grouch or the grouch li a musical comedy entitled. "When Dreams Came True" and will be shown LARGE HEMP DEAL will eliminate you. Friday night, Saturday matinee and Probably the largest single crop of docs night. Telephone Manager Scott and Charity suffereth lonR and hemp sold In the county this season, good seats will be reserved for you. the man who lives on It. was the one recently purchased by II. Hog killing Is now on In full blast, 'lir i ltrpo irmtmimtMr ninntmn B. Cox, of Rankin brothers, containing Most everyone Is eating sausage. WANid iUNIUUU KADimo all told about 100 acres. We were unWhile Kentucky In tho Infancy of Its able to get the price but as Mr. Cox is llaptlst Ladies Aid will have their e eff jrU to hunting considered a pretty liberal buyer, we hataar, Saturday December 11th. conditions In restocking the fields with presume the price was a fancy one. birds and the mountains with big game, Mr. Cox represents E. F. Spears and See us for cotton seed meal. Son of Paris. Hudson, Hughes and Famau. Pennsylvania Is Hand Us That $. GOOD SHOW AT LEXINGTON. Headquarters for a Ira Christmas I '5! CARLSBAD SPRINGS Sold To Lexington Capitalists. A stock company composed of Lex ington capitalists has just closed a deal for the famous Carlsbad Springs In Grant county and the deed has been fil ed. It took about $115,000 to consu- mate the deal and a stock company was Immediately organized with Dr. A G. GOODS on display at our store Is ;rai If3, aturday, December 4 day Goods. Conn Brothers. 121 LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. 'ufrJt3jftiJi?rry-18Jffi- HjFf!BliOPiilaSrEajrlorftiJt3rrJ:UI.) i I), I 61 Tobacco Housed. I i Protect your labour rental Insuring V A. THOMAS. It. L. HI.KIN. and by your TOBACCO. Rates reasonable. See 1 THOMAS & EL, KIN, Agents. vw I rp u Window Glass HOUSE PAINT BARN and ROOF Paint -- 'mcr AT 4 McRoberts Drug Store I 1 ft ID WINDOW GLASS I 1 and I (!) .... (!) C) PUTTY. Roof and House Paint. I I I s to. I I In and Out Floor Paint. STORMES DRUG STORE k If I, Talking Good Doesn't make CofTee ilooil. does would be the best. UT Coffee If it DID. all Coffee I No It takes more than talk. It takes a knowledge of what is what in Coffee to pick and choose to pick and choose the GOOD, and let the rest go. Because there are a great number of Coffees that masquerade under false colors. We want you to Judge our Coffee by the coffee itself, not by what we say. If we could get every person in town to do that we would never need to say much regarding Coffee again, for wo have really superior Coffee values. Various prices from 15c, up. U Theo Curre3. Let the Central Itecord visit some W. Glover, nnd J. W. MISSIONARY RALLY. friend in your name 52 times in ono Steais, of Dry Ridge, as Secretary and & The Christian Wonmns Hoard of Mis- Tnasurer. The company is capitalized IBS $1.00 year for sion held a mostinspiringrally through- at $135,000, with $60,000 prefered stock An ideal Xmas present for your out Sunday and Monday, presided over and is held by residents of Lexington, frieids is a years nuljicrintion to the by Mrs. George Kohinson in her usual Georgetown and Dry Ridge. Contracts Central Itecord. pleasing manner. Sunday morning the have been let for extensive improve- m now do your cause was presented by Eld. F. M. Thanksgiving is over, ments and the directors have voted to Christmas shopping early. Life is just Tinder; the remaining services were in build another modern hotel on the Evon a continual round of pleasure. charge of women from foreign fields or Moore tract. holding national or State offices. The Hog and hominy or swine and corn, Medical Missionary TEN POUND FISH just as you like to call it, but it's good India, Dr. Longdon. to Central Province, first left the U. S. culled by any old name these days. Victim 01 Deadfall Set For Coon. in ib'j, auer naving tlnlshed the preCremo Dairy Feed will make your scribed course at the University of Mr, Boyd Osbourne, who lives nesr 1'enn. Ueing home on a furlough she Fcr sale by cows give more milk. Wholesale and Retail Hardware. the mouth of Sugar Creek on the Kenv.- Hudson, Hughes and Famau, has just completed a special study at the tucky river has ben quite successful (!) sime University, to return to have Think of a person saving pennies a charge of the first and only TuberculO' as a trappist this fall and his latest pleasure of buying is bumtorium in Central Province to catch in one of his deadfalls, establishwhole year for the es a reputation for him that will be you a thingumajig orawhatchumacallu bu located at Pendra Road. looked upon with envy by others who for Christmas. Mrs. Ford, of lluenos Aires, Argon follow this profession. One day last "Mandy, why on earth are you wash tina, hai been on the Mission ficU In week he set a deadfall near the edge ot n' that diih In that fashion." "I dun Porto Rico and South America for fif' hi no,, mam, less n hit a cause cullud peo- teen years, having chargn of Girls the river for a coon that he knew lived near the spot, and the trap was baited 31 IE ple, is jest nachelly smahth then white Orphanages and general evangelistic with a large piece of chicken, a very work, and when health permits will tcothsome morsel for his "coonship", Why not have a Municipal Christmas return. Mrs. Effle Payne of Indian but that night the river rose and the apolis, National Childrens worker, trap was entirely submerged. Three tlve of church or other affiliations and Mrs. Geo. Walden of Danville, State days later the river fell and left the Childrens worker and Mrs. Louise Loose Let represent the community spirit. trap high and dry and to Mr. Osboume's Campbell, State Secretary, added much us be one in thought, word and spirit surprise he found it contained a large to the various programs, and that all catfish at Christmas time. that weighed exactly ten pounds, of the speakers were chosen of God This may sound a little "fishy" but it and empowered for their work, was tbe vouched for WEIGH LIGHT. of the neigh' impression made on every heart. Many is bors who were called in to see the won' Carlisle Mercury: "Tobacco is going other out of town guests made happy derf ul catch. Great Reductions In A fellowship; may a rich harvest come to weigh light this year, it seems. local tobacco man tells us he saw a crop from the great sowing. DIRT IS BROKEN. grown from 2 acre in Fayette county delivered at the Shellnlrna warehouse LEW HOLMES DEAD For Lancaster's New Gorernmnnt ! last Friday. Tobacco men who saw Building. the crop come in guessed its weight Popular Salesman Passes Away Of Acute anywhere from 2.500 to 3,200. The When Postmaster General A. S. Also a large line of Indigestion. scales showed the crop weighed just Burleson laid down a rule for the con ' 1,900. When U. Lew Holmes died of acute struction of post office building, the one indigestion last week in Harrodsburg, intended for Lancaster is not to be con ADMITTED TO BAR. one 01 tne Dest Known and most popu sidered in this category, for the ap A gift for both young and old. Do your lar salesman making this territory. propriation has been made for the lot After a verv rigia examination before passed from among us. shopping with He retired which was purchased several years ago attorney's J. E. Robinson and Lewis about nine o'clock In his usual good and paid for. Beside this, bids have I L. Walker, in our circuit court last health and spirits, but in less than an been advertised for the soil InvestigS' Friday, Messrs Ike Wallace, and J. H. suddenly stricken and a tion, which contract was awarded to S, hour he was Celeman of Lexington and John physician was summoned and then an Messrs J. A. Beazley and Horace Hern- Deering, of Nicholasville, were granted other, but he grew rapidly worse and don last week and the work is now well All these KENTUCKY. license to practice law. LANCASTER. died at eleven (.'clock. As had been under way. The contract price for this young men showed proficiency in their his habit for the past fifteen years, Mr work was $90.45, approved and accept work and were warmly congratulated Holmes was In Lancaster I II II II II 31 the day be' ed by the government and Is to be com .upon their creditable examination. fore his death, it being our regular pleted in a certain time. County Court day, for It was on these When the Urited States Treasury days that he met his friends and cus Department called upon the Postmaster LOSES TOBACCO BARN. tomers among the country merchants, General for information about certain Last Thursday night about nine He traveled for the Louisville Stove government buildings this rule wa' 1, fiV o'clock. the larc"" tobacco barn of Mr, and Tin Co and was the President of cited: IjJ. W. B. Moss, located on the Uxington "In this connection I desire to invito this firm at one time. His home was pike, was destroyed by fire from an in Louisville where he is survived by your attention in this department's M unknown origin. The barn was fifty bis wife and one quarters view that Government-ownevy one nuuureu icci uuu lumaiuvu ia should not be provided for postoffice acres of tobacco, several hundred balea purposes exclusively unless the rental CIRCUIT COURT of hay and a lot of farming implements. paid by the Government is as much as Rust-Proo- f. us that his loss will Enameled Mr. Moss informs $1,000 a year, and then only when Warranted as good as the best. In Second Week Of Session. be about $2500, with $1C00 insurance. the gross postoffice receipts either Lined. Circuit court which begun here Mon amount to as much as $15,000 per an day November 22nd for a three weeks num or ANDERSON-TURN- ER the population to as much as term is still in session, with tho docket 5.000." Mr. Walter Turner, a prosperous bsirg rapidly cleared of all common-youn- g farmer of lower Garrard, and wealth and civil cases. The following WHO WILL BE ASSISTANT Miss Lucrella Anderson, the attractive cases have been disposed of since last daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Uavlrt An- - isaue. j. b. urown vs. Emma Kin, To The Secretary of State. A full line of Heating and Cook Stoves. Any Buggy derson or the sugar OrceK section ot nar(j( for alienating the affections of In the event J. P. Lewis, Republican, this county, were united in marriage his wife, the jury found in favor of the in the house at cost. Ham-let- t, Elder defendent; Joe Uoain vs. Colored Hap- - is declared winner over Barksdale in this city on last Wednesday, In the contest for Democrat, r . N. linuer. omciaung. tist Church, found for defendent: Com Secretary of State, a pretty problem monwealth vs J. II. Walker, for cut- - may arise over the naming of an AsIIenry Teater. drew f 2so, RFYNOI I) v.SMITH i tIne of State, i i,i u , uu. sistant Secretary appointment the law of asMiss Uettie Reynolds, who has been Commonwealth vs. Abe Faulkner, for providing that the r sistant by the State Secretary shall be Mj) such a popular and elllcient clerk Ut house breaking, gets b two year term Dickerson store, A some time at J. the pe. Commonwealth vs. Anchor name a Republican as his as- surpriseu ner menus uy supping over Lf i,lsuranco Compuny, were found Lewis to to Stanford, her former home, and be guilty of rebating In two cases and Blatant Gov. Stanley might decline to ing united in marriage to Mr. Curtis given fines of $400 and $500 respective- approve the appointment, insisting that apSmith ot Danville, the Christian minis- ly; Commonwealth vs. John Faulkner, Mr. Lewis, though a Republican, D. M. Walker, officiating. flourishing deadly weapon, was fined point as Assistant Secretary of Stato ter. Rev. a Democrat. Thu happy couple left at once for a $50; A. J. Caddell will case has occupied Stanley has never been bridal trip to Illinois, ofter which they the court for two days and is being approached with a view of ascertaining will be happily located at Danville. stubbornly fought by able council on he would do under the circumFriends here wish them a long life both sides. The will was probated in what stances, It Is understood, but politicians o' hsppiness; the county court a few months ago, have been speculating on Buch a conand was appealed to the circuit court tingency. Some ot tnem are of the MILES-CARTby some of the heirs who hope to have 'opinion that Gov. Stanley would take Miss Agnes Miles, daughter of Mr. it act aside. Jury in this voted to sui-- ti the position that "to the victor belongs Beginning December 1st, all lots greatly re- i t the will. Charlie Balerleln was I the spoils", and therefore would not and Mrs. A. C. Miles, of tiuckeye, Is be married today to Mr. Hubert granted a divorce from his wife, Sally I Interfere with the Secretary of State, to duced. One lot of Carter, son of Mr. Mai Carter, alio of Itaierlien; Tildle Marshbankt divorced I though he be a Republican, In the appointing of his assistant. from Willie Marshbanks, restored to the Uuckeye section of the county. Appointment with salaries aggregatTbe marriage ceremony is to take maiden name, Tildie Day, and granted custody of child. ing approximately $200,000 annually place Id Winchester at the home of is still in ses- will be at the disposal of Gov. Stanley The grand-jurMiss Nancy Long, who Is a devoted sion, but has adjourned to meet again Immediately or soon after his InaugurGive us a call and get a bargain, friend of the bride. jj Miss Miles is a charming and beauti- Friday. Up to going to press they had ation December 7. His own salary, as ful young lady and has many ac turned in about 40 indictments, mostly Governor, will be $6000 a year. In adcomplishments which has endeared her for misdemeanors. Mr. C. linger re- dition he will be given the mansion at to the people of this county, who wish fused to testify before this sugust body Frankfort, furnished, to live in for her and the fortunate young man much and was brought before the couit and four years. The heat and light con joy and happiness on their matrimonii I for his contempt ws given a fine of turned in the mansion during that time voyage. $25 and sent to jail for 30 days. will be paid for by tbe State. Payne, of Lexington, as President, J. f ij You are invited to see this wonderful line of Holi- - 1 Haselden - Bros., Lancaster, Kentucky G. M. LYON'S BUSY CASH STORE ft COATS SUITS HOLIDAY GOODS G. M LYONS. Quick Meal Mailable Ran step-son- . d At $55.00 Dollars Jno. Deere Wagons, best Ironed and Superior finish, $70. , Iti,,ii J. E. Mount, Son & Co. t. Gov.-ele- SA I i FOR TEN DAYS. I S LEI 25 ER. S g y i Children's Hats and 50c. I Rella Arnold Francis. Page 2 The Central Record, Thursday Dec 2 1915. ,.. t t vi.P,.i.i.nf ni? (' II. VAUGHT. Secretory. r- - Tl' TIIL'Il ur.fti.n.wvu, 1 T7' T" ircusurcr Biggest in Price Biggest in Amount of Sales Biggest in Floor Space. MADISON TOBACCO WAREHOUSE INCORPORATED. Near DIRECTORS: -- E. C. Million. T. L. & A. Depot. Dr. C. II. VAUGHT. CAPITAL, $40,000.00. T. Telephone 156. MARION COY. J. Curtis. J. SMITH. J. M. HADEN. E. DEATH ER AGE. Will receive tobacco any time before this date that you wish to bring it. Thursday, December 2nd. The Madison Tobacco Warehouse will open for the first sale of Tobacco, independent at all times and expect to remain so. We are the oldest Loose Leaf House in this city, have been he is n hustler, nml usunlly Our Ave years experience under the same management is worth much to yen. who sell tobacco. Elmer Deatherngc will bo the manager giving all his time to you. Everybody who knows him. knows that every bid made when Jess is selling. gets a little better price than the other fellow. Julian Million will be his able assistant, and Jess fobb, our auctioneer, there is none better than Jess, you can understand in the maimer that wc Our buying force will 1)2 larger than last year, and every concern represented on other markets we expect here. If our dealings with you of Garrard County, hnve been fair and honest, if we have pleased vou get you, this you are entitled to. hove conducted your business, why would you wish to try an experiment Experiments cost dearly some times. You want the very best price for your tobacco, this wc propose to conducted in Mich We thank you for post patronage, this you have jjlven us freely, fcr five years we have sold more tobacco than all other houses combined on this market. We know you hae rrnfdcr.ee in us cur Liiflrcfs will a manner to hold this confidence. We invite you most cordially to visit our house and to attend our first sale especially, that you con get a line on prices. The crop in Garriiril is a fine one and we expect to secure sonic very high crop averages for you this season. Thanking you again, it MADISON TOBACCO WAREHOUSE TO TREAT CATARRH, CO., RICHMOND, STANFORD KENTUCKY. A -- OLD AND NEW WAY 1 s D.D. The Standunl Skin Ucmctty , I I U P- Breathing a Germ Killing Air Endorsed By Actual Results. m ll j i We have all kinds of Lum- ber and our prices are I A.H.Bastin&Son I m Q Houses and Lots FOR The discovery of Ilyomei has wrouRht a wonderful change In the treatment of catarrh. Prior to three years ago the metle-cinordinarily employed in the cure of this disease were drucs, spray, lotions etc. In ome instances they benefltrd but the improvement was not lasting. With Hyomei you take into the air passages of your throat and head a balsamic air that Roes into the minu-t:cells, and should effectually kill all germs and microbes of catarrh. Its purpose is to enter the blood with the oxygen, killing the germs in the blocx', and restore health to the whole system. Many astonishing testimonials have been helped by Hyomei. A complete outfit is inexpensive and includes an inhaler, drepper and sufficient Hyomei for several weeks' treat rnent. Perhaps the strongest evidence that can be given to doubters, is the fact that It. E. McRobertshasso much faith in Hyomei that he sell every package under a positive guarantee to refund the money if it does not relieve. st Tor All Imtmi Belief Cuarsniccd Remedy TAINT LICK The R. E. McRoberts. Lancaster, Ky, Mrs. Lucv M. Hartley is visiting at Crawfordsvllle Ind. Misses Nell Newland and Ada Mobley have been visiting at Richmond. Mrs. Kettle Fowler has been visiting relatives and frends at Hustonville. Blaln Newland returned to Dallas Texas, where he has accepted a position Mrs. B. D. Carter is visiting her mother. Mrs. Sallie Good at Mitchells-bur- FEW or POULTRY CURE Public Sale Having sold my farm and undecided as to what I shall do next year, I will DROPS BOURDON la ti drlnVIoe water Makes Hens Lai Annlnglf Cure Koup, Cuid. Ibolvra, Ltmbtrnaclt I'rcrrota Met-oeOn 50c bottla tnafcrt 12 gallooaot mullein. At drtif THURSDAY. DEC. 9. 1915 rHtaorbvrnallpoitpald. poultry took ttv. VaJu-a-bl laouciEmcTco. ULratti;. Sold by J. R. Mount. Son & Co. TWO YEARS LATER. Oh! for a safety pin that's safe! It would make my life all joy. Oh for a food that will not give The cramps to my little boy! Oh for the boon once more of a night Of solid square repose! Tis this only that I want e Oh! give me an doze. SALE OR RENT. AT LOWELL, GARRARD COUNTY, KY. out- Miss Jennie Kewland is the guest of her sister, Mrs. L. C. Kelly at Camp Miss Lula McWhorter spent the week bellsville. end in Louisville. Miss Annie Dunn of Hustonville, is Mrs. Guy Rice was in Lexington the attractive guest ot her sister, Mrs. Dan Traylor. shopping this week. Mrs. W. T. Uradshaw has been III for Mr. I. C Rucker's many friends are several days at home in the Turners-vill- e glad to know that he is improving. section. Your choice of three grades of coal, Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. ( Joseph Mack Newland of Lexington, Mr. Woods Walker returned Sunday spent Thanksgiving with his mother, from a weeks visit in Columbia Tenn Mr. Annie Newland. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Sheridan of LouisMr. G. M. Treadway spent the past week In Cincinnati buying holiday goods. ville, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rice, Thanksgiving. Mr. Garnett Kemper, of Lexington, Mr. and .Mrs. E. H. Norman of Walmade his friends here a flying visit on ton have been the guests of their Friday, Mr. W. C. Fish, who has been quite daughter, Mrs. T. W. Jones. Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Hunn were guests ill for the past weilc is better a, this writing. Tuesday of his brother, Mrs. George Mr. and Mrs. Givens Terrell of Lan- Hunn and family at Moreland. caster, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs Mrs. John Mcrshon, has' returned to Burdett Ramsey, her home in Somerset after a visit to Misses Mattie Woods and Elizabeth her daughter Mrs. A. C. Hill. Reazley were home from Madison InDr. E. J. Brown, of this city and Dr. stitute for Thanksgiving. Louis Frank, of Louisville, are enjoyMiss Kate Ely is in Barbourville ing a bird hunt in I.arcl cocnty. where she has accepted a position in a C James Cooper and Spalding Hill, Mrs. Wm Severance was called to Frankfort Wednesday on account of the serious Illness of her niece, Mary Carroll Severance, littln daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Severance. Mrs. Annie Engleman entertained very elaborately on Tuesday afternoon at her home on Lancaster street at Rook. There were sewn tables of players. The favors weie small boxes of candy in the shape of pumpkins, tally cards were deeorattd with turkeys and After an hour or so was spent in playing Rook a most elegsnt luncheon was served very 1 wagon; buggy; set blackbountifully. There was quite a crowd smith tools; 100 barrels corn In crib; present. lot oats in bundle; 125 bales good clover hay; CO shocks of fodder. Lot plow Pcoplo Say To Ua "I cannot cat this or that food, it dors gear, wagon harness, etc, all too nunot agree with me." Our advico to merous to mention. Terms made known all of them Is to toko a On day of sale. wish-bonee beginning promptly at 9 a. in., nt my farm out the Kempr Lane, known as the Joe Hrndrickson place, two miles East of Lexington pike, sell publicly the following described personalties: Ono pair 4 year old maro mules 1(1 hands high, well broke; 1 two year old horse mule well broke; 1 four yar old saddle horse; t five year old harness tnrte gentle for Isdirs to drive; 1 good brood mare in foal to horse; 1 yearling olj heifers; horse colt; II! head 2 good milk cows; 1 cow and calf; 15 head fat hogs; 1 Decring binder good as new; 1 cultivator; mowing machine; disc harrow; 1 thrre-hors- e harrow; 2 e turning plows; 1 corn planter One nice four room cottage, necessary acre of land. buildings, about One good three room cottage and about acre of land. Two acres of fine tom land, upon which is stock barn. For price and particulars see one-fourth one-eigh- th bot- S. P. Davis, Lowell, Ky., or tf Dr. John A. Snowden, Winchester, Ky. s Announcing Uieir How to Grow Bigger Crops of Superb Fruit FREE 70U need this practical, expert information. Whether 1 vi u own or intend to plant a few trees or a thousand, It is infor fia i u that will iavyoutitiK labor find in'moy, Oct lit Simply lend at yoar bhiuv uixj auurcsi a uio coupon or oa a pot mi, u you prcier. V will illy mall you a frr copy irettlnar erodhrloai n ' ur New Cutalof-a- n crop and la re cairi prortt from erupt II x 8 In bmi UW Urn of it mpiy pat-that rtie, thrifty, X""" Mark lira's w.U nabltrrts-ti'- ts xt" ;ciiro iroptrcrr p thitt rmphatU th truth .1 ttu Cf tinoU li ct tin. i ft t )ni 'SttrlcTrre Hear Fruit." n. t pr IK .m'. 'f en' lo r ' In li.i J the ti, natural .! r photo wjt ifa i tiiat w U lntcri an t n. rrutia an tnruutfii th book, ci icu ycu beud tut your copy today tu ,tj wcit tew (ruu-- Stark Bro's Nurseries at Louisiana, Mo. Read it and about (ha new tr tury ttt bucicia triumph lrn it Mark mm th Brvt,, ir ng On-- "DoulAsj-Lilo- Grimes GoMentha tre daveloDmvnt ttui "cllar rot." Oct th New gnout iUU utllclous. ' stark Early Elbtrta, and all tho lata.t J. II. Hal Kachat.Stallc Lincoln I'er. tjiara MontnMrency Cherry. Mammoth (ol4 Hum and a.l tlio other lamoua Hark . rmirl! Uro'afrulti.benlcaao4orDameuuli. iiiv. Uet Uur New Catalog T free ::rz tOKtaptis. am ton i wm iwaiiniE Dd covtr witli Im nutliul plio- - it addrc. Stark Dro'a Dpt.A LeuUlaa nil umiuw "''a. M t tta J Rd puiplJ, BMkiaif ro DpUA . bouuuaaivio. m your N jr " al Stark A lttptt.luit HUM f prvttu. rurdbraLifif tmi i S n.r.D... dressmaking establishment. Messrs Author Eldridge and James Woods of Central University, spent Thanksgiving with home folks. Messrs Grover Wilson and A. L. THE GARDEN OF ALLAH Johnson of State University were the gu:sts of relatives for the week end. Coming To Lexington. Mr. J. L. Coldiron. our enterprising Allah stands at the head of all coal and poultry dealer, is confined to gardeners, and any one in doubt should his bed with inflamatory rheumatism. Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Caldwell enter go and see THE GARDEN OF ALLAH, by itobert Hichens and Mary tained Mr. and Mrs. Tom Logsden and Anderson de Navarro, which comes to Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Ellis on the Lexington Opera House on WednesMiss Louise Richmond, of Madison day and Thurrday December 8th and 9th. for three performances. A special Institute, was the week end guest of matinee being given on Thursday after Miss Mattie Woods and Mrs. Robert Ledford. noon. Mlsj Olive Forester returned Satur The first rise of the curtain will re veal the great desert stretching away i day to her home in Harlan after a stay like an ocean of sand, its countless of several months with Mr. and Mrs. dunes rising and falling like mighty E. F. Hedrick. .. ' Miss Elizabeth Eldridge of i the Stan swims, uuu .i luurninK nun Benmng ua iiiu ruddy rays up from the depths, mes ford High School faculty was the guest sengers cf its gladsome coming to il of her parents. Rev. and Mrs. W. M. Eldridge for the holiday season. luminate and revivify the world. And across the sand strange beings Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Cochran, Mr. and piss like spectres that seem to come Mrs. W. S. Fish, Mr. Russell Brown into one's presence from that mys and Miss Mary Lee Lear were guests tenous past, anu wno, saying not a of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Guyn, Thanks woid, bow in homage to the new day. giving. The desert vanishes and u town hotel Eugene and S. U. Cochran, Jr., L, Is shown, alive with strife and turmoil. E. Fish, Jr., and little Miss Nancy This gives place to nnother, and again Thomas Lear spent Thanksgiving with another, filled with restlessness and their cousins Miss Nancy Walker and trouble, the silence having been re- Andrew Guyn. placed by the noise of weird babble. Rev. Carmlchael of Uirdseye Indiana Another change, and one is befors a who has been appointed regular miniswondrous garden, a vision of the way ter to the Methodist church and Rev. tho world ought to be, and may have Ragan of Lexington held the quarterly beginning. been in the meeting at Walnutta Saturday night. This scene vanishes, in Its turn, and Saturday morning at Mt. Tabor, amid one is'in the very centre of a real sandstorm a storm that makes Its own impressive services, Messrs Robert darkness, whose fierceness is a tempest Ledford and George Todd wero ordain of dashing sand. And then it is night ed to the ollice of deacons. There were and Lanand the stars are out in all their glory. visiting ministers from Berea Sunday morning the regThe Milky Wav seems almost to touch caster and on ular sacramental services were held. the earth, Mrs. Vina McWhorter's residence, And last of all, Is the scene of the monastery, the place where peace and caught fire from a stove on Wednesday rest have their home and where the afternoon and but for the timely as tired soul is safe and secure In the very sistance of the neighbors would have been completely destroyed. Aside from presence of its God. In the midst of all these wonderful smoke and water, Mrs. McWhorter scenes, the principals and supporting considers she escaped wonderfully well. company, the Arabs, camels, horser, Mr. Wm. Wilcox suffered quite a donkeys, goats, pigeons, etc., fill their painful accident Wednesday afternoon roles and do their parts no impressively while fighting fire at Mrs McWhorters that the performance is replete with In passing around the house he stepped ou a stone wall about five feet high dramatic climaxes. Orders sent for seats to Manager that led down into the basement and Chas. Scott will receive prompt atten- fell, striking his head against the wall Inflicting a very painful, and tion it accompanied by a remittance and a self addressed envelope No at- what might have been a very serious tention will be paid to orders unless wound. At the present he Is doing as well as could bs expected. this rule Is observed. - before and after each meal. R. E. MeRobartt 2Jcaboi. John T. Hicks. Capt. Am Bourne, Auct. student at Centrel University at were home for Thanksgiving. Miss Lucy Ixe Walton, who has been confined to her bed for several days on account of illness, is able to be out. Thomas T. Lrckey, of Leitchheld, III., '.is here visiting his sisters, Mrs. J, C. Bailey and Miss Ophelia Lacxey. Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Newland spent last week with their daughter, Mrs. Alfred Eads at Crestwood, who is ill. Bcyce Hunn and Harry Farmer, who are attending State University at Lexington, spent Thanksgiving at home. Mrs. Beverely Rout and handsome little son, are in Louisvillo the guests of her parents, Mr and Mrs' Bennett. Mrs. J. C. Reynolds and Miss Eliza beth Hunn spent soveral days last week at Maysvillo with Mrs J Frank Smith. Attorney W. S. Burch lett Wednes- day for Hot Springs Ark, to remain for several weeks, hoping to bo benefitted in health. Mrs. U. V. W. Darlington and little daughter of Huntington W. Va. who have been with relatives here have returned home. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jctt and son", and Mrs. W, J. Collins, of Richmond, have been the recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Conn. Lovd Huey, who traels out of Lex ington, for the Arbuckle Coffee Company, was here severul days this week shaking hands with old friends. Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Norwood, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Calhoun and Mrs. B. II. Campbell of Lexington were the guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Camp bell and Mrs. Annie Prewltt. Dan-vill- e, IE DE E DE 3E ARE YOU HUNGRY? If so call at for a nice Lunch, also Everything In Soft Drinks 31 1 lil ESQ fii irsjj Diaw A Check for the inoiiny you ov c nml note how much more res- pectfully your creditors They like to do you liusinuss with n inuii who has un account ut the Garrard Bank & nl Trust .Go. They know ho is doing business In a business like way. Better open such an account even If your aMTalrs are not large. They will grow all right. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company Travel there on the "St. Louis Special'' equipped with electric lighted steel coaches, through drawing room sleeping cars to Jacksonville and new dining car service to Asheville, and from Ashevlllc to Jacksonville. The trip via Asheville is through "The Land of the Sky",the only scenic route to Florida. Very low s' fares and winter tourists' fares now in effect; wun stopovers onu otner special leatures. home-seeker- orida X Thc Southern Railway is the direct line to Ashevillc,Aiken,Augusta,Char-leston.CoIumbiSavannah, Summer-vill- e and other southern resorts. a, Oel full Information and fares from the Local Southern Acenl. or write to rfJtr, . i B.ll.Todd,DIitrictPa..,nierAgnt,Lou!.villt,Ky. I Southern Railway PPtWfa CAM)IP Of TH! SOUTH f The Central Record, Thursday Dec 2, 1915 Page 3 Home Loose Leaf Tobacco Warehouse INCORPORATED. Open to receive Tobacco November 29th. First Sale, haTC told us the samo story distress niter eating, gases, heartburn. A Thursday, December 2nd. Same management as last year which insures the prompt and careful handling of your crops. Highest market price and same courteous treatment to every one. If you havent sold at the HOME before get in line and we will make you a satisfied customer too. Yes Many Pcoplo PKKACHERSV1LLE Peachie Mae visited relatives near Hourne recently. Misses Llda and Nell Hay of Loyd AMERICA FIRST," TITLE POSTER. HIGHEST PRICES PAID 3tiptunl U No Ccrcirhsion to Pay Wrft Ki! LUt Ur I'rfc ik! M. Sabel & Sons lK.crM.lW I.I.U.WJ IIS LOUISVILLE. KY. lounty Court Dajs. Richmond, Paris, lit. Mnmlay. Frankfort, 1st. Monday. Ilarrodsburg, UU Monday. Lexington, 2nd. Monday. Stanford. 2nd. Monday. Shclbyvllle, 2nd. Monday. Carlisle, 2ml. Monday. Danville, 3rd. Monds;-- . Lawrenceburg, 3rd. Monday Nlcholaivlllc, 3rd. Monday. Mt. Sterling. 3rd. Monday. Somerset, 3rd. Monday. Georgetown, 3rd. Monday. LANCASTER. 4th. Monday Winchester, 4th. Monday. Monticello. 4th. Monday. Versailles, 4th. Monday. lit. Monday. L. & N Train Schedule Al Lancaster, Ky. AKRIVE. No 10; To Maysvllle, connecting at Richmond with L & N lo Frankfort & Louisville; at Winchester with C & 0 to Lexington &. Frankfort, Mount Sterling & Ashland, at Paris to Cincinnati. No 71; 8:35 a. m. To Itowland & Stanford connecting at Itowland, 1. & N to all points South No 28; 114 a. m. To lUchinond, connecting with L & N to Irvine & Ileattyville, Lexington A Cincinnati. Middlesboro & Knoxvllle. No 70; 11:50 a. m. To Itlclimoiid. connecting with fait train to Cincinnati. p. m. No 27; To Louliville, connecting at Lebanon Junction to Elitabethtown & Howling Green, and at Bartlstnwn Junction to Uarditown & Springfield. No 9; 8:42 p. m. To Stanford, connecting with fait rain to Hristnl .t Atlanta. So. m. 20 Time Table. Southern Rail Road. Danville, Ky. North-boun- Cincinnati Express, 4:30 dally Spe No. 4 0:03 cial, dally No. 28 Illuo Grass Special, daily except Sun...0:08 No. 14 Carolina Special, 7:00 dally No. 0 Local Express, daily 1:35 Limited, No. 6:20 dally No. 12 Royal Palm, dally ...5:37 No. 10 South-boun- a.m a.m. a.m. a.m p.m. p.m. p.m, Miss Nnnnie Holtzclaw is sick. Mrs. William Itanke still continues ill. were the attractive guest of their sisMiss Iva Thompson lias been quite ill. ter. Mrs. Llge McMlllian Thursday. The many friends of Mr. Earl before and after each meal nill relieve Mri.JII. G. Cummins continues poorly. Hroadua are glad to welcome him back you. Sold only by ua 25c Mrs. T. W. I'ayne visited Mrs. II I. as clerk with Sanders Hros. after an R. C. MeRoberts lllankenship. illness of six weeks. I'reachi tg Saturday and Sunday at F.llis Mathews bought from Silas the Ilaptist church. Mathews 12 barrel of corn for $2.00, WOMAN'S AGE. Mr. Qulncy Naylor and family have also bought a load of hay from Hiram Hay for $10. per ton. It may be difficult to tell what Is n moved near Crab Orchard. Mr. Fount lllankenship and son Fount woman's age, but unquestionably this Mr. J. M. Sanders celebrated his Is it. Mrn'i college into which wom- Jr., were visiting homefolks. ninety-firs- t birthday last Friday. There en have made their way have had to Mr. Joe Cress, in school at Nicholas-vlll- e, were 41 friends and relatives with him drive them out again in order to give visited the homefolks. that day and all enjoyed a bountiful tint men a chance nt graduation honors. Miss Allie Mae Cummins is at home dinner. We hope he will enjoy many From the pulpit and the bar down to from Lexington High School. more just as happy. the coal mine and the iron furnace For The best wood fibre plaster. women are doing what used to be reBRYANTSVILLE by Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. garded ai man'i work. The literature sale Mr, J. M. Cress and wife visited Mr. of the day li overwhelmingly feminist Mrs. Elizabeth Burgess was in Dan- in its character and very much of It li and Mrs. W. I. White, Thanksgiving vllle luesday. Mr. Farley Scott and wife, of Cedar Men are being the work of women. Mr. J. W. Glass is able to be out told thing! about women that it wai Creek, visited Mr. W. C. Cummins and after his recent illness. wife. not deemed pioper for their fathers to Miss Mary Nelle Farley is the guest know, and as for themselves, they are Miss Mary I'ettus, who is teaching of relatives in Jessamine. being shown up without remorse. school at Hubble, visited the home-folk- s. Mrs. Wm. Lear has been visiting her Within a few daya illustrations of daughter, Mrs. H. C. Hose. the feminist revolution, physically and Mr. and Mrs. It. C White, of Crab Mr, and Mrs. Walter Arnold spent intellectually, have become public. Orchard, visited his brother, Mr. W. P. the week end with Danville relatives. Man i dratined to lone even his physiWhite. cal superiority Your choice of three grades of coal. The superintendent Miss Kuby I'arrish visited Miss Sara of hospital in Iloston, where 3,000 Hudson, Hughes and Farnau. Larue Traylor at Mr. W. P. White's babies are born annually, says: "We Miss Elizabeth Bryant who is teachSunday. have noticed that girl babies are geting at Paint Lick spent the holidays at Miss Alia McAliater visited her sis- home. ting taller and that they are appearing ter, Mrs. Mary Hcltzclaw, west of in this world lately with more real Quite a number from here have been vitality than formerly, 'the boy babies Stanford. y attending the revival at Mr. Tom Lunsford has been doing a Danvilb. continue on the average, both in weight and height." lot of improvement on his home on Mrs. J. C. Williams was hostess on Cedar Creek. Thursday at a most inviting dinner to a number of friends. Mr. John It. Itigsby and family will soon move to the old Shank's place on Dr. B. C Hose and J. Hogan Ballard Drake's creek. were in Lexington Friday to attend the Horn, to the wife of Italph Ilallard, "Shriner's" invitation. on the 13th, a fine girl who has been Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Davis were hosts christened Eliza Nell. at a well appointed dinner Sunday to Mrs. J. W. Drown has returned from quite a number of their friends. a visit to her father, Mr. Tartulas Mrs. J. Hogan Ballard visited relaRESTORATIVE. Procto., near Ottawa, Ky. tives in Nicholasville last week and atwedding. Miss Sara Larue Traylor, of Paris, tended the Robb-Jackso- n lift rtal tneilleln.l potidtr. a lientih ad .trtuc Hi iromoter,ui.1e has been a guest of her grand-parentMiss Cecil Howling of K. C. W, Dan-vill- e, xtrr.lr to core tijrrurrh o( tbe tiowvl. llndlrtteil rlourir urine. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. White. spent Thanksgiving with her parofTeu.Ire .tool, inlxrd with nndl Mrs. Jane Hell, who has been quite ents, Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Howling. iriir, irulu .Lrvfd apt. ranee, He, sick at the home of her son, Mr. Levi Mrs. K. M. Sparks and Master HughTablespoon do.e. fid the .yttrm ol catarrhal wa.tw uiattar au1 Hell, is able to be out again. es Sparks, of Nicholasville, came over KNOL'KH out M UKMS Miss Evelyn Ellison, of Waynesburg, Sunday and spent a few days with Mrs Trjr It oticr. joti'll ii.e It .Iw.yi. pound is tha guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hogan Ballard. tauni: it COLIC Cl'lti: fiai. live, Thompson. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Haselden enterShe is hero to fill out Miss quick telle! without .topping th towel, like mo.t other, do. Hmall Worrell's term of school. tained a few of their friends at dinner do.e. no drenching. Mr. G. W. Uaker will soon move to Thanksgiving inhonorof Mr. Haseldens Hlx dote bottle IV; st do.e bottle II 00. Herea. Mr. and Mrs. Uaker were here 74th birthday. He is one of Bryants-vllle'- s O IllHTKMl'KK. CIL'tlll oldest residents. only a year but their i.eighbors hate to r ANIUIKAVK ItKMKDY will cure ill. temper end roueh. see them go. Mr. and Mrs. P. F. KenQuite a number of the farmers have net whfii ilren with Ton. lo (Htnmii wlllruro ell eurealils nedy will move into the house vacated taken advantage of the recent cold ra.c.of llcavti. Large bottlrlls oil by Mr. Uaker and Mr. King will con- weather and butchered their hogs. WW Meat hogs have been selling ut C cents duct a store. C.C.& J.E.STORMES, Druggist and a large number have been sold. LANCASTER KY. Among those from here who spent Sick Headache. V. Thanksgiving in Lexington were Messrs Sick headache is nearly always causC. M. Dean, Wilbur Scott, Noah Mar-se- e, ed by disorders of the stomach. CorHogun Hallard, W. K. Davis, rect them and the periodic attacks of also Jr. H. II. Montgomery and Miss Dr. sick headache will disappear. Mrs. Elizabeth Bryant. John Bishop of Rosuville, Ohio, writes: Mrs, E. II. Hallard, Miss Mavme "About a year ago I was troubled with indigestion and hud sick headache that Leu Hallard, Messra Chenault Elmore lasted for two or threo days at a time. and II. C. Kaulfman, of Lancaster, I doctored and tried a number of reme- motored to Lexington Sunday and weie dinner-guests of Miss Marguerite Woo'-fol- k, dies but nothing helped mo until during AT OUR at "Spring-Dale- " one of those sick spells u friend advised me to take Chnmberlain'a Tablets. This medicine relieved me in a short time." For sale by all dealers. THE WOMANS CLUB COLUMN. Last Friday afternoon was a very squally one, a real winter day with snow and a cold rain, but thirty women answered the roll call and felt fully repaid ns the subject discussed was a most interesting one and was ably handled by Mrs. Stormes and her helpers. A pleasant feature of the afternoon was the return of Mrs. McRoborts after an absence of three months. She was given a hearty hand flap and the Chautauqua salute upon her entrance into the club room. We hope all the woman in town will avail themselves of the opportunity to study the work of the great masters which will be on exhibition in the Woman's Club room Dec. 12-1It is a most helpful thing to study the drawing? of great masters. Thru them we can clearly see the mind of the worker in the process of creating. Every line, every dot, every touch becomes a thing of interest, Bince it reveals the master's method. If as mothers and busy women out minds are too full of the vexing problems of the day and we have no time for these finer Influence, then at least let us help our children to love beauty and appreciate the good and beautiful in art by seeing that they take advantage of this glimpse Into that true source of wealth from which the soul can draw it time of need. "If you get simple beauty and naught else you get about the best thing God invents and you'll find the soul you have missed within pourself, when you return him thanks". only cost you 5 and 10 cts. to see these beautiful Medici prints, number. Besides seeing the pictures you can enjoy a social hour or afternoon in the club room. Below is given a classified list of these pictures. Club members, especially are asked to study the different schools represented and the lives of the different artists whose pictures will be shown. The club room will be open all hours of the day and interested children will have any or all pictures explained to them. fifty-fou- feoft Djrffi'a OF GOVERNMENT "America First." is the title if the newest Government poster tacked up e in the lobby for the benefit of the foreign-borelement with u. The poster shows a large picture of Uncle Sam greeting the immigrant. Below this picture, in six different languages besides English, Is printed the following suggestion and information: Learn English, attend night school, become a citizen. It means a better opportunity and a better home in America. It means a chance for your children. It means a better America. Ask the nearest public school about classes. If there is none in your town write to the National Americanization Committee, 95 Madison avenue. New York, or to the Bureau of Educaticn, Washington. post-officn It will In r MEDICI PRINTS. SCHOOL Cal-Sino HORSE "Just What I Want!" with Calumet I know what I'm getting I know It's pure,nhole:ome, nouriihtng, tempting and tasty. "It's all In Calumet's wonderful leaYcning and raiting power hi absolute purity. Use Calumet for uniform results and economy." Rec.Wwl UisliMt Award. AVw Cm Bi Frit 3tilt It rnti Cm. Italian Italian Italian Italian Italian Italian Italian Italian Italian Italian Italian Italian Italian Italian Italian Italian PAINTEH de'Barbari, J. Bellini, G. Botticelli Carpacoio, Cima, da V. Correggio diCredi. L. Giorgione Giorgione Giotto Lippi. F. Mantegna, A. Mantegna, A. diPredis Pisanelle Raphael SUBJECT GALLERY Portrait of a Gentleman Vienna. Madonna of the Trees Venice. Primavera Florence. Vision of S. Ursula Venice. Presentation in the Temple Dresden. Holy Night Dresden. Ufllzi. The Annunciation Madonna Enthroned Portrait of a Man S. Francis and the Birds Assisi. Uffizi The Holy Family Madonna, Child and Cherubim Brera. S. George Beatrice d'Este Vision of S. Eustaco Madonna In Green Madonna delta Tenda Madonna delta Colonna Madonna Granduca The Crucifixion Youthful Gian Galeazzo Madonna of the Cherries Bacchus and Ariadne The Tribute Money Sacred and Profane Love Duke of Norfolk Portrait of a Man Monna Lisa The Last Supper Duches of Devonshire The Hon. Mrs. Grahame Sackville Children Georgina Lennox Bov with a Rabbit Lady Hamilton The Herring Seller Venice. Milan. London. Vienna. Munich. 'Give me cake made Berlin. Pi" I Pelrograu. London. Viesna. Venice. Italian Italian Suardi. B. Titian Dresden. Rome. Pitti. Louvre. Milan. Edlnb. Italian English da Vinci. L. Gainsborough J English English English English Hoppner Lawrence Itaeburn Romney STOP GARAGE When in Danville Good Flemish & Dutch, Dou Flemish & Dutch, Van Eyck Flemish & Dutch, Hale, Franz Flemish & Dutch, de Hooch, P. Flemish & Dutch, Medtng Flemish & Dutch, Hebrandt Tryptich Altarplece Wm. van Heythuyaen The Laughing Cavalier A Dutch Interior Dutch Courtyard The Duk of Cleves Dresden. Londor. London. London. London. Good Ileal Rembrandt Kombrandt Rembrandt Flemish & Dutch, Rubens Flemish & Dutch, Sustvrmans Dutch, Van Dyke Flemish Flemish & Dutch, van der Weyden Chardin French Holbein, Hans German Velasquez Spanish Sweeping Girl The Holy Family A Young Warrier An Old Pole The Painter's Sons A Prince of Demark Maria Luisa de Tassle. S. Luke drawing the Virgin The Admonition George Glsze Glaugow, COY Ike Duncan bought a bunch of shoata from Sam Murphv for 7c per lb. Sanders Hros. sold to II. II. Cox 35 bushel of hcmp.seed at $3.75 per bushel, Sam Stipes bought from Square Underwood ten barrel of corn for $2.00 Llge McMlllian sold to Mrs. Eliza Hay two loads of corn for $2.60 per bbl- Uud Duncan of Uourne was with Ike Duncan and family Saturday night and Sunday. Doubles Ik Value Cheap and big canBaklngPowdcrsdonot save you money. Calnmetdoes It'aPure and far auperior to sour milk and sod. Pitti. Munich No. C Loca1 Express, Work and Prompt Service by Expert Mechanics. Complete line of Tires. Everything in Automobile Accessories. of Your Services A half alck man Is not worth half pay, A man or woman In poor health makes a poor leader, a Berlin. Vienna. Infanta Margarita Teresa Capt. Uartolonmaneus Betro Berlin. No. 11 No. 1 No. 13 No. No. if 11:05 a.m. Royal Palm, dally..ll:20 a.m. New Orleans Lim 11:35 a.m. ited, daily daily poor sort ot a parent. The value of Carolina daily , Special, , Spe- 10:15 p.m. 11:35 p.m, Prestolite Service. MITCHELL & 0 11:52 p.m, cial, daily llluo Grass Special, dally except Sunday, arrives.. 8:15 p.m. For rates, routes and Information call upon or address M. J. Coughlln, agent; 'phone 340. No. 27 Florida cial, daily Spe- Sanders Hros. bought of Taylor Fowler ten barrel of corn price $2.00, also sold to Elmer East a load for $2.50 per bbl. Our (lour requires less lard. It is guaranteed. The best Is the cheapest In the long run. Hudson, Hujhes and the home can scarcely be estimated. It prevents many of the common I, It Is on excellent remedy for coughs, colds, catarrh, grip, spring fever, tlred-ou- rcruna In all-m- en lorida - Cn!ba - New Orleani IDEAL WINTER PLAYGROUNDS t fecllnff. SHACKELFORD. Second Street. Phone 124. Sit down and thlnlc It over. Bee whether you can afford to go on half sick. C WINTER TOURIST TICKETS ON SALE DAILY TO ALL RESORTS OF FOR rULL INFORMATION, THE SOUTH. LONG RETURN LIMIT. STOP OVERS. Danville, Ky. Farnau. Mrs. Miry A. Sanders and daughter, people prefer Peruna Bom Tablets to the fluid Peruna, II. C KING, Passenger and TIckat Aznt, W. A. BECKLER, Ganaral Passangsr Agent, APPLY TO NEAREST TICKET AGENT OR WRITC 101 East Main Street. - Lailngton, Ky. Cincinnati, Ohio Page 4 The Central Record, Thursday Dec 2, 1915. if I K 0 3our l We have rare values which makes Jto &u Coat and Suit Department Famous. ARL.Y 111 Womens, Misses and OMldrens Sweaters Ideal Tor Christmas Gifts. There are splendid sales of seasonable Winter Goods in all departments. Come and make our store a visit. It will pay you. io37 J. BAD COLDS $1.00 E CONTAGIOUS. EQUAL TO THE BUTTER D SEPERATOR. I CKE 1 SON WALKER 1 bed-sid- e, The Central Record incorporated. Issued Weekly. LANCASTER 00F BANQUET. Mr. J. Wade Walker, one of Garrard Decidedly one of the most enjoyable banquests ever given by Franklin county's best known and most highly "I saw a hoop snake drink a gallon Lodge, was that last Tuesday evening respected citizen?, passe peacefully the cages of the valuable anthropoid apes In the London "zoo" are fitted of sweet milk out of a crock in my In their lodge room. About one hun away Tuesday morning at ten o'clock. J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. nowadays with glass fronts to protect cave last week," said one ot our farm- dred guests were present, including the Death was due to blood clot on tho brain R.L. KLKIN. Local Editor nnd Mgr. them, not from "cold" meaning low er friend., whose confidence we shall entire membership, together with their and n general break down, fot several temperature, but from the "cold" hold sacred on account of the splendid 'immediate family. Every thing that weeks his life has been hangihg as by Entered at the Post Office In Lancaster, Ky., germs brought into tho buildings by reputation for truth and veracity he could be thought of wns there in nbun-- ', n thread. The members of his family Mall Matter. as visitors who come to observe the now enjoys. "The snake then crawled dance', prepared by the good wives of have been almost constHntly.at his and everything possible for his out of the cave, stuck his tail in his this noble order. Member Kentucky Press Association animals. and He Everyone nowadays knows, or may mouth and rolled down the hill. Several speakers were on hand and relief and comfort wa done but withEighth District Publishers League. find out very easily, that a "cold" is a lost control of himself and could not added very materially to the pleasure out avail. Mr. Walker was communicable germ disease and that put on the brake, so he skidded against of the evening. years old and came of a prominent and Lancaster, Ky., December 2, 1915 inlluential family which has long been tho best breeding place for the germs a small sapling and had a 'blow-outI got down the hill them on the 'BUTTER tho best place for their transference When identified with the uioneer days of the FROM SWEET CREAM county. is in a close atmosphere such as that ground lay the punctured remains of Rates For Political Announcements He was a devoted member of the public his snakeship and beside htm a pound For Precinct and Citv Offiles . . S 5.00 of It closed and la Less Than Four Minutes, por County OiTices Presbyterian church, having been an 10.00 vehicle in which all sorts of conditions of butte'." Richmond Register. l The Lancaster Butter Separator is elder at Paint Lick for twenty yean. 15.00 of human beings are gathered. tor State and District Office still the talk of the town and those who His long nnd useful life has been one Our common ancestor, the anthropoid .10 For Calls, per line GARRARD BOY HONORED. have teen it are still wondering at its of tempernte, steady and Industrious .10 ape, is rarer than the rest of us, esFor Cards, per line pecially in great cities and in latitudes Graver C. Wilson, of Paint Lick, Kv., simplicity and itsmarvelous rapidity habits, being known as one of the most For all publications in the Interin which he does not flourish out of was recently elected President of the as a butter separator. Before a crowd progressive and scientific farmers In est of individuals or expresdoors and "upon his own," as London Patterson Literary Society, one of th-- of fifty or more in the store of David- the county. sion of individual views, per He was just and upright in all his ers say. Measures for his protection leading Literary Societies of the son and Doty last Saturday afternoon, line... Devoted are praiseworthy. They alo are sug University. This is a much coveted beautiful butter was separated from dealings with his fellowmen. Obituaries, per line gestive. honor and happy is he who can measure sweet cream in less than four minutes. nnd generous to his family, a faithful The quality of the butter is unexcelled friend Bnd kind neighbor, he enjoyed If an anthropoid ape must be pro up to the standards thereof. We are authorized to announce Miss This election is rounded out by a long and the price of the machine is in the universal confidence and esteem, and Jennie Higgins a candidate for County tected from Infection by persons who School Superintendent of Garrard come to the fro it of his cagu where continuous series of honors which might reach of all. Mr. II. 11. liaison is all who knew him testify to his high The demonstrating it every day and will moral character, honesty and integrity County, subject to th action of tho they stand well back from the bars and well be envied by any man. look at him, will not the time come writer does not propose to extend him- give anyone a private audience at any and to his peaceful and honorable life. Democratic primary August 1917. In J872 Mr. Walker wns married to when there will be greater interest in self on the good things that might be time ycu should phone him. Don't fail Miss Florence Mcran, and the, withj Henry Ford Is ambitious to De called protecting ourselves from one another said concerning each and every import to see it work, its a wonder. their two children. MissEatelle Walker a "pacifier". Some one suggest that in public conveyances? The wheezy ant event connected with Mr. Wilson'r, and Dr. Frank Walker of Louisville, he had better do his "pacfiying" by fellow who plumps down in the seat stay at State but will withdraw in TRANSYLVANIA COLLEGE record wireless in midocean. At any rate we against you in the street car, at any favor of his extraordinary survive him. Funeral services, conducted by Rev. feel that Henry might just as well time after September and before May, which speaks for itself as follows! NOTES The Lanier Medal 1911, for oratory Eidridge, were held this Thursday have stayed at homo and catered to the thinks he has an inalienable right to "idle poor" by cheapening his little prevent you from ventilating your The Crum Medal 1913, for Declaiming; "A college education increases one's morning at the old Paint Lick church, benzine buggy for all the good he will allotment of space, but that you have Barker Short Story Prize 1911, Bennett chance for success three hundred per of which he was a member, and the remains, under a mound of beautiful no right to object to his spraying you Prize 1914; Freshman Debating Team; cent." do in bringing the war to a close. with the infection of "cold" and send- Sophmore Debat.ngTeam; Varsity De The annual meeting of the Kentucky flowers, were laid to rest in the cemeing you home Incubating a cold which bating Team against Vanderbilt; 'As will be tery at that place. Association will put you In the dumps, and in posi- sistant Librarian for two years. STANDS WITH held at the Phoenix Hotel, December He made the regular four years High 4th, and will be attended by the pretive danger for three weeks, and in all MRS. B. M. BURDETTE probability attack ail of the other per School course in two and one half years, sidents and faculty representatives of ADMINISTRATION. sons in at the same time making his way. One the' collegce of Kentucky. Dean T. IJ. Passes Away Following Paralytic Stroke. the house. State Senator Charles F. Montgomery dollars per Macartney will read a paper on "The In London, where the apes are look year he made forty-fiv- e Mrs. Belle Walton Uurdette died in of Liberty, who is the holdover member ed alter, human beings also have a month and carried his regular work. Junior College." Lexington last Thursday morning at of the upper branch of the Legislature chance. Public conveyances provide He is now a candidate for the Rhodes Mr. H. S. Hilley. of Acworlh, Ga., half past six o'clock following a stroke o from the inside seats and a stuffy atmosphere Scholarship whereby he has a good second year at Oxford of paralysis. She had been ill Bince district, was n visitor in Louisville from those who like to be protected showing for the foity-fiv- e hundred dol is now in his by com last spring. When she returned from yesterday. Senator Montgomery ex- from draughts, and outside seats for lars scholarship at Oxford, England. University. He was appointed a Rhodes Florida, and the stroke was incident to pects the coming session to be one of those who like to be protected from Is Senior Class Orator. Has been in petitive examination to 1914. This scholarship a general breakdown. the most important In the history of draughts. Hut in America all of us school for six years and has not missed scholarship in years. t Mrs. llurdette, who was and when asked his attitude are herded together in cars which breed a class, which the writer considers one yields $1500 a year for three the State, Mr. Hilley made his way entirely dur- years old, was the widow of our native he replied. "I star.d squarely on the cold germs and other germs as a Jer- of Mr. Wilson's greatest achievements. Transylvania, townsman, II. M. llurdette. who died Democratic platform and shall do sey marsh breeds mosquitoes. Courier This one thing is characteristic of the ing his four years in When a joung received the A. B. degree In sixteen years ago. everything in my power to uphold Journal. man. He is very prompt, conscientious where he 1913. lawyer ho wooed and won Miss Belle Gov. Stanley's administration." The It would be well for many to read ur.d energetic. By defeating University of Louisville Walton of Mason County, and brought A long article might be well written Casey county Senator was one of the this. Many who have bad colds are Transyl-vani- a her to Lancaster at a bride. She most influential members in the last thoughtless, and there are others who concerning any one of the above named 26 to 0 on Thanksgiving, the toot ball team became champions was not only a helpmeet in every sence session. Louisville Times. are Ignorant. The person who ex- accomplishments, but at present it will Coach Stewart's of the word but his people were her pectorates in or on a register, who suffice to say that not only Garrard of Kentucky. county but even Kentucky might be machine" did not losta game In the t people nnd his town was her town ever coughs and sneezes without holding a You Cnn F.nirw I.if Kentucky or Southern Association dur-- 1 after. j Eat what you want and not be troubled hankerchief over his nose and mouth proud of f ucli a promising son. Bright, happy and cheerful she caring the season, und was scored against and who expectorates on the street is with indigestion if you will take a but once. The Thanksgiving game ried sunshine wherever she went and not only both but he isscatteringgerms NOTICE Dyspepsia next year will be played at Lexington. she carried n pleasant smile and upthat may mean death to some one. clanish, and lifting words into many a desolatehome. "Though egotistic, All hunters are warned not to hunt before and after each meal. Bold only Lime, sand, brick, cement, rock or trespass on the farm of Walden frequently afllicted with crass imbecility During the first years of her married life by us 25c a box. screening otc. Hudson, Hughes and bTothem, near the mouth of Sugar college men nevertheless lend the and all tho years she lived with us her R. E. McRobtrts womanly BWeel fuce and whotesomo Farnau. world." creek. a year. the Modern medical science recognizes common cold as so contagious that Second-Clas- s I I sixty-seve- n '. s ways won the hearts of all and the I II. M. Grant, a former Lancastrian. people in this her adopted home mourn who hopes that the appended epistle her ns their own. Boy I will give additional impetus to the Our little city and it hospitable peo- Scouts organization under commendable ple even held a warm corner In her .directorship at this place: heart. The boys she taught in Sunday I Mr. Francis Bacon, School were always her boys even tho Commissioner Boy Scouts, they had grown to manhood when she Norfolk. Va. visited here in after life, the girls were Dear Mr. Bacon: alwava her girls tho grown to womanIn replying to your request of recent hood, these people were n)wys her date, relative to my Hmonal observapeople. It was here she said her best tion of the Boy Scout organization at n ami most useful days had been Swnt factor for good and for n refining Inand when her last hours came and the fluence upon "the boy of today," you (!od of eternity was calling her home will permit me to acknowledge the reher last thought was of Lancaster and ceipt of your communication. her people, for she said to a devoted For the past three or four yean we friend who had gone to see her; "Tell have hw' associate with the Patrick them I love them all". As the death Henry school aeveral Boy Scout troops. dew gathered on her marble brow, she During that time, almoat daily, 1 have said again, 'ilnve them ail". The been in contact, both directly and Inlives so long Interwoven with hers the directly with these boys, and I can say thought of and spuko of in her last I have never known one of them who hours. was Intimately associated with and The body was taken to Germantown active in the movement that did not rep- for burial. She leaves no children, the , resent an improved type of coming two brothers Judge Mat Walton and I mnnhood. We a.o that these bovs are Joseph F. Walton of Lexington are the nut only taught the attraction, the only surviving member of her Immed- beauty, and love of nature and out-doiate family. life, but we find they are better students in the school, more respectful to their e Casey-Uoyl- Lincoln-Garrar- sixty-eigh- Tablet teachers, more considerate of their classmates, more thoughtful of humanity, and rnore obedient to their paA GREAT FACTOR IN THE DEVELOP. rents. Many instances have come under mj MENT OF THE AMERICAN YOUTH observation during the past few j ears that have proved to me that a boy conHighly Endorsed Cj Professor Grant. nected with the scout organization hat laid at corner atones of his character Probably tint creates! factor for rfnral some of the moat promising virtues of It Is my sincerett with that in the development of American youth manhood. inlay is the organization known as the the Interest of every parent could ! so awakened as to in the ioy bcouts . A Lancastrian nreaenL at th Ci. A movement and the membership of the R. parade in Washington was much Im- organization could b increased to m to pressed with the efficient service of the Include all the beys of the city.of Ner-- I "iioy bcouts" on duty at the great folk. Itcunisn. lads nttired in khaki OUTLOOK GOOD tuits, with lengthy ataff In hand, were stationed for miles alonir Pennsylvania For Higher Tobacco. Avonue the great Washington thorough- tare, ever ready to lend their jouthful Since tho warring nations of Kurd-hav- e Strength to totterinir veteran ntiut In lifted the embargo on tnlwemi and fall by the chivalric to escort shipments can now be mnJti to alt llmiil women, helpless children, and theae countries, it points U higher aged men across the broad avenue, and prices than was received for the weed eager to hold their canteens j Inn year Bnd purhu forseveralyears. of Ice cold water to the thirsty lip ..f The quality in this county It far belter the decrepit parader. Not only Wash- than last years crop and many predict ington, but all Eastern cities have many j they will get almost double what wa-hundreds of noble vontha auhlvrtnl tn received luit vear. The largest tobacco this admirable training. A highly qunlifi- - market In the world was opened at eu superintendent or one or the Norfolk l.ei ington yesterday morning at nine schools. Mr, Francis Bacon, having o'clock and more than two hundred rather lately resignel his superin- - thousand pounds wero on the breaks, lenuency to assume the broader educa- Tho range of prices was from thre n tional work as Commissioner in the dollars to twenty-seveand a half per Boy Scout movement. In every way, hundred. All the tobacco otrereU wia Mr. Bacon Veeks to augment this great deficient in but superior in powei for good, having recently asked color to the 1911 crop. Owing to tha for letters of endorsement from various very backward seuaon very little of It educators in Virginia; the following was In good cute, which accentuated from a Norfolk paper, was written by the wight deficiency BOY SCOUT MOVEMENT Half-crow- n way-sidWoll-fillen N 9 ""Isas" Wk mi mmi. B 11 i s i ii i a k j ."JBa. . Old HICKORY Gasoline Engine Anyone can run thera at little cost. REPAIR DEPARTMENT. and WIRE FENCE KOKOMO is the kind. When put up, stays up. J Five to one In use to any other kind. KunLhjhter. Last Lonjjer. WAGONS. House Paints. The best onthernarkec and at prices that will make you buy. J I HORSE SHOEING. Does Your Horse Forge? We have the best shoer in town HARNESS. Turning Plows that run r,dht and every one pleased. Metal Roofing. steei and Galvanized. Has no sand holes and Is eas' to put on. J The best that money can buy AUTO GARAGE SOON. In a few weeks we will Linseed Oil. Not Cotton Seed, but the purest of Linseed Oils. i prepared to look after your AUTOMOBILES. : W. J. ROMANS, Lancaster, Kentucky The Central Record, Thursday Dec 2 1915 Page 5 9) $30., $25., $20. SUITS GOING FAST AT FOR CASH ONLY. THEY MUST GO. LiA Oft W t"",7U f I REMAINDER REDUCED TO P CQ oft 'VU ) THE JOSEPH MERCANTILE COMPANY. 0) Exclusive Ladies Outfitters. House Of Quality. Our stock of Winter Coats has been Replenished With Good Values. Mrs. C. W. Debuty of Commiskey, Mr. Charles Speith. of Iuisville, is Ind., is here for a stay with Mrs. 0. guest nt Hotel Kengarlan. Si XI. Lyons. Miss Nancy McKinney it at home Mrs. J. W. Elmore and daughter. from n vicit to friend in Lincoln. Miss Lydla were recent visitors Mr. Jim Bourne has returned to Lexin Danville. ington after spending two weeks with ml A Rrlcf Mintlon ol (he Conlnjn Mrs. Claude Holtzclnw of Covjngton the home folks. Going! lylhou Wi Art !tlc rtitcd In. iii visiting nt the home of Dr. nnd Mr.". Miss I.illio Mm button is visiting A. Amon. relative in Danville, nml attending the J. Mrs. Joanna Hall is at homo after n Mr. (i. M. Lynns is at home after a Hamltamsey meeting. ,, . .. t . . i i .i i, business trip in Indian. "1 Miss Carrie Miller has returned from Miss Lily Dale Grant was visitor n visit to Missea Annie nnd Luciel The Presbyterian .Missionary Society Donahue, of Danville, Ky. In Kichmond last Friday. Misses Helen and Martha Thu C. W. II. M. anxillinry held a met with C. Hemphill, of Mrs. J. it Gill on Stanford street. most interesting meeting nt the Chrishere visiting Mr. Theodore Currey. Miss Joe Kva Hilton of Stanford has tian church Wednesday ufternoon. Mrs. Clarence Heltzelaw, of Covingbe;n with her sisters, Mesdames K. II. Mrs. Sarah Hurt has returned from ton, is the guest of Mrs. J. A. Amon liaison and F. U. Hurt. this week. a visit to friendi in Danville and was in meetLucile, the little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Hemphill hag returned to attendance at the Mrs. Milo Simpson, remains quite sick Nicholaivitlu after a stay with Lancas- ing. ter relatives. Mrs. George Miller Lusk Is at homo at their home near town. The Chautauqua Circle met Tuesday Mrs. John E. Stormes has been in after a visit of several weeks to her Covington for a visit to Mr. and Mrs. sister, Mrs, 11. E. Hughes, of Iouis ' afternoon at the home of Mrr. Fred P. ... M L': .. : ail mafic. mciiuc. ville. Arthur Hubbard. irauic Mrs. 0.T. Tapp and bright little son Dr. I'runk Walker and wife of Ixuis-vill- e Miss Jennie Dickerson has been in were here for the funeral of Dr. of Paris spent a few days last week Kichmond visiting her mother, Mrs. Walker's father the late Mr. J. Wade with Mr. Jessie Thomas and family. Marv Dickerson. Walker. Miss Bessie Prather returned Tues- Mrs. Mike Hays and Miss Julin Keid Miss Nancy Long a recent residentof day from a several months visit to her Zanone left Tuesday for a visit to Illinois. Lancaster has returned to Kichmond sister in Iowa, anJ relatives-ifriends in Danville. a visit to Miss Agnes Miles at Mrs W. II. O'Bannon, of Stanford, Misses llettle and l'elly lEeynolds and after Iluckeye, was in Lancaster, the guest of Mrr. Mr. Leslie Keynolds spent Sunday in Mr. and Mrs. V, A. I .tar, and son, W. T. West, for the C. W. II. M. rally. Stanford with relatives. were guests during the Thamtsgiving Mrs. II li. Cox and daughter, Miss Miss Katharine Harris of Stanford is n of Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. j Sallie, attended u dining at the home Judge season the guest of her of Nicholasville. of Mrs. Price Sutton, near Danville, and Mrs. E. W. Harris. Miss Helen Young returned Tuesday Thanksgiving, Miss Minnie Gullev spent Thanksgiv-in- n Mrs. Jesse D. Wearren, of Stanford, in Kichmond with Misses Mamie to the Normal school at Kichmond after i, a visit to her Mr. and was the guest of Mr. nnd Mrs. Joe and Katie May Dickerson. Vt. U. Anderson. airs. Nevius. Tuesday, and nttended the I. Miss Sudle Doner has returned toher Mesdames John Ilnughmiin I.eiln Cook 0. 0. F. llanquet. home in liuiaville after a visit to her I and Win. Severance of Stanford, were .Miss Stella Comely, and nephew. ister. Miss Hmmn lloner interested visitors here this week for Master Kuckcr Hamilton Todd, left Mrs. Cornio Clay has returned to her today for Covington, for a visit to the C. W. II. M. rally. home in ttiehinond after a visit to her! Kucker Hamilton's, father, Mr. D. It. niece. Mis Nancy Walker. Hell llurnside nnd Todd. Misses Annie Mrs, J. Itoo Young, of Lewi county Elizabeth Gibbs have returned from a Holbert Ilastin entertained Miss week-en- d house jmrtv of Miss Luciel is hers) for a visit with her parents, Mr Pntsy Anderson's guests Misses Mason Gibln. of Uichmor.d, Ky. ami Mrs. Win. G. Anderson. and Uruwlonl, o the Richmond Mar Mrs. IE. E. McKoberts returned last mul, by tickets to the Lancaster Opera Mr. I. I). Austin, has returned to Lancaster after ttiveriil months stay Friday from a protracted visit to her and an invitingsupperut "Thu Puritan" daughter, Mrs. Richard Buckner on Monday evening. with his family In Covington. Spindle Jr.. in Norfold. Va. T,lose from who MtmM and family sf Louts-- u It. E. HuHhes visit ville mutore.1 tu l.neater for Mrs. It T. Kmbry wasthe hostess on tno funeral of Mr. James Jones were; of several days with relatives. Thursday at n well nrranged 12 o'clock Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Jones and son of in Hill Court. The Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hradshaw Mr. nnd Mrs. Ilarohl Oldham wore dinner at her home and son. Ernest C. Kay, ot Decatur 111. guests for the Thanksgiving holidays invitation list included only relatives. Mrs. W. T Cotton. Morcnci. Mich., of Judge and Mrs. C. A, Aruoal. gave a most enjo.uml Mri w , MeEllmnnon of Atlanta Mrs. Ull Uenny Georgia. Mis Florence Andridg. Mrs. J t.. able fox hunt on Wednesday night tl Francis poular trimmer returned to honorevs being her attractive visitors Many friends and relatives gathered Missos Mitchell nnd Whitley, of Eldora. her home in Ciiici..iuui this week. at the home u( Mr. Junes Sanders, to III. birthday. The celebrate his ninety-tirs- t Mrs Nannie Luwnmee ami Miss Mary Mr. and Mrs. Henrv Simpson nnd old gentlemen was nevermore buoyant. Wilson of White' Oak siwnt Thanks-givin- g little daughter. Miss Elizabeth Logan He greeted all in his accustomed jolly with Mm Stnnie Sebastian. Simpson were guests Thanksgiving day munner, indeed was so concerned ubout Master Kichnrd Davis of Paint Lick, of Mrs. Simpson s mother Mrs. W. $. his guests that he wus on his feet, Swnt Thanksgiving with his Henry of Lexington. wulking mid talking all the time; he Mr and Mm (i. T. Bullard. Mr Harry Francis complimented a said "but for a little touch of rheumaMrs. Woods Walker entertulncd in number of the Lancaster young men by tism', I feel us well us ever." Mr. SanMrs. Will Denny' compliment for a bird supper nt "Tint Puritan". The ders presided as host at the first table. guests, Minos Mitchell and Whitley, following ones pnrtook of Mr. Francis Only one child wus present, Mr. Jesse Mr. nnd Mrs. Ed Price were In Dan- hustitulity, Messrs Joo Price, Louis Sanders, Mrs. Frank Piece of Louis- meeting and Gill, Joel Walker. Alex Doty, Joe ville beng the only other living child. ville for the Mrs. John Sanders, Mrs. Tomps Sun the guest of Dr. and Mrs. S. P, Grunt. Huteldeti nnd Dr. Marshall K. Denny. ders nnd Mr. Napoleon Coy were the and surviving duughters-iu-lulaw. Such u dinner as was served can-- I not be decribed: sulllce it tu say thatr sucli a feast us to quality and quantity is us rure as the halo and hearty boy of ill years. J It is hard for us to realize the lol-- ' lowing clipping relates to Jumes Moore, son of llro. A. It. Moore, who wus a lad of ten when ho left Lancaster; "The Christian church wus called to- -j gether Sunday evening for a busine.s session to consider whether or not to release the pastor, Rev. Jas. A. Moore Mr. , in favor of tho church ut Grillin. Moore desired ta All the contract which requires him to give three months no-- " tlcn, but the church making tho call, i wants a puitor nt an early date. The result wus to this effect. Desiring our young pastor to do the best for himself and the Grillin Held being a much broader one than this, it was agreed to release him the first of November. The church under this worthy young man's charge hat progressed in many ways, and developed much latent talent, the Gossip About ' e "i y I n Den-ma- grand-parent- graml-parent- ; I would be impossible for motion picture purposes. Therefore the lighting must be first nrranged and to provide this i ACTION ALARMING Mr. Siple says a power plant will be built near the entrance to the cave and Mrs. V. 0. Howell Says Tanlac Relieved j the wlre3 will be run thtuugh the cave to aiford all the electric light neded. Her Of Palpitation. It is probable that this equipment will hence-lort- h Louisville, Ky., Dec. 2nd. Mrs. W, be left and that the cave will be lighted by electricity constant- O. Howell, wife of the agent for the iy. Louisville Carriage Company at the Seelbach Hotel, who lives at C19 South Jackson street, this city, is one of the OBITUARY. molt ardent believers in Tan'ac, the William T. Davis died at hh home peerless preparation, as is shown by a recent statement she made of the bene one mile eaU of Iluckeye Monday evening Nov. 21 was buried at Gun's Chupol tits she derived from it. "I was weak and nervous and dizzy," the following day. His first marriage was that to Miss she said, "any sudden noise made my Lucy J. Simpson, to this union were heart beat so fast it frightened me. I had nervous headaches. Whenever I born two children, Mrs. Jno. Land ami walked upstairs it left me almost ex- Thomson Davis, of Buckeye. There was no one in his community hausted. "My stomach was weak and my food held in greater esteem. He was a man did not agree with me. If I ate any of strong moral character a consistent thing solid it made mo miserable. I member of Buckeye Baptist church of was told that I had catarrh of the which he once served many years as stomach, but the medicines I took did deacon. He especially loved and was beloved by the younger generation, belie no good until friends suggested ing for years in public business and of Tanlac to me. I'm glad now that I a congenial social nature drew to himtook their advice. pleasant acquaintance. "It was almost no time until I felt self a large and nine months ago Always frail, giew better, and now I can ent whatever I please. I owe it all to Tanlac. My into a gtneral decline serious nervousnerves are in good snape again, and I ness and stomach trouble being chief no longr have palpitation of the heart. ailments, others seeming to arise fist Tanlac is the only medicine that ever slowly, but surely enthralling this weak helped me. I can't say too much in frail invalid in a way he could r.ot re cover. You longed to go, and get out praise of it." Tanlac is now being sold in Lancaster of the sufferings, you had not atrength at It. E. McKoberts drug store, and in to bear, yet. you wished to stay with llryunUville by Ilecker, Iiallard and those you loved so well. You sang, "What a friend we have Scott. in Jesus," the following day you met Him so bravely, lor you, death had no sting. Dear old father and husband CARD OF THANKS. you have gone to that sweet home To the kind friends, neighbors and ubove, but your meek sufferings of relatives who so willingly assisted us that prolonged illness will never Le for in life's greatest trial, to those who gotten, you havo gone to becoinu a beagave such beautiful (lowers, to Key. A. con light to lead us from earth to J. Clere for consoling words, to the Heaven. What son or daughter could Odd Fellows and Masons, the pull bearresist the gentle woman-lik- e affectionate ers nnd sweet singers we tender our kind words ano actions you always had Wu can only add God for sincere thanks. them. Not yours, dear father, bless each and every one of you. for to you, they were alwms kind, lov Mrs. Mary Jones and family. ing and Deeply ! UNCERTAIN HIM INVITATION TO INAUGURATION. - The inauguration of Hon. A. O. Stanley, as Governor, and Hon. J. D, Black, as Lieutenant Governor, will take place at the Capitol, Frankfort, at noon on Tuesday, December 7, 1915. All Kentuckians, regardless of party affiliation, are most cordially invited to attend the ceremonies incident to the inauguration. Clubs and other bodies that wish to participate should notify the Inaugural Executive Committee us soon as possible, in order that they may be assigned positions in thu parade. Inaugural Executivt Committee. Eli II. Brown. Jr. chairman. Kenner Trti lor, V. chairman. vides good ventilation G. G. Speor. R. A Brawner. Hen Marshall. Charles N. Wiard. N. M. Coftey. G. Kuss Hughes. Edmund W. Taylor. E. II. Elliott. David P. Davis. POULTRY and EGGS TURKEYS FOR nt nil times, makes n good pl.n-- to keep them. Tur keya enn stand :i mod deal of cold, but they cannot xtai' : foul snielllmr quiir I'tsc up s i.i.q hroi ! perche tcrs. n tli;' lhir In the tur couple of feet tr keys' shed. irj h'e tnuli for grit ami water und In real inld nrathcr put some straw or oilier litter mi the floor Feed corn nnd oilier irralns regularly and during revere eold weather give an occasional feed of v.inu mash. There are seven breeds of turkeys, but the lironze. the lluiirhon Red and the White Holland are the most popular. The Nnrragansett nlsn prevails In some section. Where then-I- s plenty of ranee nnd tho largest birds are wanted the Bronze Is the mint profitable breed for the farmer irum six to ten liens with ono gobbler, although successful hatches nro often obtained when n larger number of females are allowed to each male. When turkeys nre properly mated tho egg are usually very fertile. The breeding stock should receive good care during the whiter months. Without proper care nnd attention ns well ns suitable quarters the turkey will not go through the winter In good health, nnd consequently they will not be In good condition for tho breeding senon. nnd that means poor suceess with the young The young turkey that are bred from healthy stock nre hard cnoush to raise without the extra handicap of none too hetilthy breeder. Turkey b do not want damp. stu.T..' quarter in winter A nell lighted open shed or loft th.lt l fittest up so ns prcicnt dlref drafts, but widen pro1 BREEDING. reverential. sympathetic Selection Should Be Mads In Fall Marketing Tims. The future breeders should always bo selected from the turkey flock In the fall before any have been marketed, at which time the choicest birds can bo picked out. says the Iowa Homestead. These selected specimens probably would bring a little nioro money than sonic of those marketed, but they are also worth more ns breeders than the poor birds. Strong, active, healthy birds those that have never been afflicted with n serious disease are wanted If the future turkey crops are to prove profitable If the beginner Causes of Poultry Losses. Many of tho diseases commonly found among fowls are easily prevented by care nnd watchfulness. Here follows a list ot come of the things that Invite diseases on the farm: Crowding too many In ono space. Ill ndapted food, feeding too long on one kind of thing, bad houslug, dampness, not enough freen stuff, not enough meaty matter, too little cxcrclso or lice and mites. YOU'LL FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN, V Salt for sale. S. N. Davis. J j FAITHFUL OLDMRSE. grand-parent- Mr. John Illanks, who lives in the Hubble neighborhood, thinks he is the owner of about the oldest horse in tho state. This faithful old liors", known as "Tucker" is thirty-on- e years old and has been in the family of Mr. Ulanka since in birth. He is oy the famous hotse, "On Time" owned ut the time "Tucker" was foaled by Mr. William Hubble. While no longer able to be of much service, he is well cared for and will have a decent burial upon his demise. nnd considerate of the irreparable loss you sustained in the death of their noble mother. No more, dear son and daughter, will he wish for you during those weak sinking attacks, not again from Ins sufferings find happy recrea tion in your presence. No grund-- f uther had greater devotion than he for little Myrtle and Christine Davis his only grund-childre- Work called for and delivered. Colson Bros, Successors to A. D. Kirk 2mo. Phone 70. board. Eight chairs, dining table and side Will sell cheap. Mrs. W. B. Mason. Little Christine be- Dry cleaning and pressing. AH work guaranteed. Colson Bros. Successors 2mo. to A. D. Kirk. For Sale Or Rent. House and lot on Lexington Street. Mrs. Susan Fisher. For Pent. I desire to rent the old brick residence now occupied by W. C. Davis, for the MAMMOTH CAVE Pictures, Will Appear Soon In Moving son-in- I Mammoth Cave, Kentucky's contribution to the wonders of the world Is M be placed in motion pictures ns the chief scene of a dramu, which. It is announced, will xurpass in interest and scope even the famous "Hirth of n Nation", says tho Howling Green News. Judge A. S. Juuin, manager of the Cave property, has Juet granted to Mr, J. Law Slple, of New York, represent ing the company that will produce the ROYAL AhmoBuialy BAKING POWDER Puro MADE FROM CREAM OF TARTAR pictures, the exclusive right ta use the Cave as the) scene of a photoplay of not less than six to eight reels, which will be of historic and dramatic interest, and will properly portray tho beauty and grandeur of the Cave, The announcement Is of the greatest interest, as it means that Kentucky, already well advertised by Mammoth Cave, will be further heralded to all parts of the world by these pictures of the Cave, which will give thosu who cannot make the trip to the Cave opportunity to see its wonders. Making motion pictures in Mammoth Cave, of course, presints a different proposition entirely from that of any The cave other motion picture plan. Is in Cimmerian darkness, save for the lights from the lanterns and torches of good he has dona is solid and will hold the parties that make the trip through In his absence, which Is the highest the lave, and while these afford auillcl-en- t praise that can be given," Illumination for this purpose, it "unto her according to her faith". Often reassuring his devoted wife the love ho bore for her, spoke day prior to his death how he would like to stay with hr. The duy he died he looked long up Into that fuco finally saying, "you look pitiful Cordie". Now unto our Heavenly father to whose rulings we must submit I commend the lives of each member of his family tiiat they may live each day In u way that they too. uro able to singi "What u friend wo have In Jusus." came his baby as well as his sons on making their home his own for four years. This loving little character was a bright spot in hU life. No father could have shown more deference to the companions of his children. Never ceasing to appreciate the constant and son like attentions of his who was to him indeed a son. His second marriage wua thut toMis Cordelia Kuy, ot Buckeye, two years ago, being many years younger, she bore for him the love of father and husband, he that of daughter and wife. hach day their lives seemed more closely knit together, he growing more helpless she more helpful. Well deserved he said, there never wus a woman who hud so great patience loving und kind in every touch, and look patheticly heroic in her efforts to rescue him and trusting In God till tho end it would bo year 1916. Fisher Herring. 4 ? 4' i 4 $ i All persons having claims against Clayton Anderson, deceased, should i ' present same to J. M. Duncan cr Capt. The turltfcrrcel hopper shown In picture salves j Herndon, properly verified. .nat the actum tho rroblein ot keeping the chick- J. M. Duncuu, Admr tf. ens from i. Utnu the turkeys' teed. At fattening time the turkey rats- Strayed from my place at Hyattsvillr, ulnays beto ir wishes bit k?ii cornplump thembirds to fore tils Thursday night, bay mare with white for market. The hopjier shown Is 9 simply a trough on legs as high as 4 spot in head, knot on right tide of ncik a turkey roaches to feed, and two 4 under mane. Will give reward. boards form n comb over It to keep $ William Radford, out roln and chickens that may fly s lt-p- d on top. Lancaster, Ky,. It. It. No. I. What Is tho Best Remedy For Constipation? This Is a question asked us many times each day. The answer U In turkey raising wishes to tart operations with Mock rather thttii with eggs the fall is tho boot time to obtain such stock. The birds will then hare ample time to beeouu ncqtmluted with their Kurroundliurs before the opening of The breeders the breeding season. should be scaratfd from the turkeys that nro to be marketed boforo fattening commence, us the breed lug stock Is easily Injured by getting the birds oeeifiit If necessary to confine aiiy of the birds durlug tho fattening period let It bo the breeders. I'P tn their lltt'i year turkeys ure tiree-Vrs- . though It Is u proiituhle vim J M hi to t'huiiiir gobblers every rxn--la- li If some of the young we re' e are ret ilued o breeders. The lie related to uuy of in ! in'l DON'T KILL YOUR HOGS Let Me Do It. Everything clean ar.d sanitary. Prompt delivery. Phone 313. Hayden Leaved. lt.pd. NOTICE. All persons having claims against tho estate ot Walker Kavanaugh Itothwell, present same properly proven to me. Those knowing themselves indebted to laid estate, please settle at once. Win. II. Johnson, Admr. Office Bufurd St. HOG KILLING TIME. f'e i' i.i. : VTe to you. guarantee thera to be Bold only by ur, 1J cents. R. E. McRobtrU ileus are nut fully matured ol.l. mid they uro at d iMK ueu two or three t'u t .us , n. .in the mutiny season the r :er pirn '.".!o i t) i'IvWu. the seica Is s ii i . iivt Am prepared to kill your hogs. Also render lard ai.d make sausage. EveryDelivery thing sanitary. Hogs killed 60cts. me i trial. per head, Jim Wood Bourne. 'U-I- 3t.pd. rhineia Page 6 uXtpnrt of the Condition The Central Record, Thursday Dec 2, 1915. jsaaat Peoples Bank ..tnkat imalneaa t the town of rlnl Met, fVnutrof OarraM, tat of Kentucky. AT $ , RICHMOND, KY. A TRAININQ SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS courses leaning to inirrnirinaio ni u i.uo Btale Certlhrntes. Yah.' In all 1'ubllu K, booli i.f Ken tneky. fceclsl Courses and Itevlew Conrea. Tuition Free to Aptiolntces. Two tplemllil dormitories, new model school, nef manual training tmlMlnr. practlre school, department of agriculture, a well xpilpretl Domeitlo Science. First Term bjiius grmnaalnm. Beptenilier 7. Eecond Term November 10, Thin! Term JanuarvZA, FonrtliTerm April 5, Hummer Hcliool opens J, u. cttXIIIIR, Prealient. June 14, Catalopie ThOIii or Hi i tub FRANKFORT FLAMS ELABORATE ENTERTAINMENT FOR KENTUCKY HOSTS AT THE INAUGURATION a - CARDS. - A Dr. J. S. GILBERT. OFFICE CENTRAL RECORD BUILDING. Residence Phone 41 Office PhorCto LANCASTER. KY. 4 10th. Jay of Nov, 1915 ilnana Caata it IHaetmma ... amntrafta jnrKl i1 imatcureil KuhimtlDtl lialKt nmrtk. . itKit'itcr:i W CO Fr. ... .MJ SI S.JVI M 1,011)00 Austin llcmae. Fnrultnre and .... I T.tai I.TAIIII.ITlr.RI iio,om;i THE CHILD IS FORGOTTEN I Capiat Btwk f xrliia Fond .... Jnilulited prima. Iria iw) taira)aM naM In, In exna . 1 oili... ift. coo ro 10409 W tNnIUNtcttnrhrCk JS.IM S Ttae IMpoalla lVMlal car U7 . 'UneHaand Tm rmnianlea Note and HUH Krrilimutrit llllli rajabl. la Ul 4 l.irn is OK) oo 7.WM 01) jllTfl MADAME.ZDCNT BOTHER I ME ATrOUT MIM. 1 we HAVf ABKS4TATE WHO ACT YOU GOING TO VOTE TOR. FOR STATE I Of j5""1", v IllSUE AT STAKE. J 1U W. Morrow, Graduate Optician (llaaaea Fitted, aliiltcilonUnarantaad. saj POLUkc BOOTH lion,ou ;i Total aula si Ktntnekv. Countr of (larrard. We, K. and R O. Wooda. ITal rlat and Caabttr of the abora named Hank tnnlatrn.tottiel'eltofonr snnwlrrtse and E.UWUUIW. rresinem. 'twBtf. Knbaernwd Honaker Fine Cut Flowers. John M. McRoberts. and sworn to he fure me thla Sllh 1T ot Nor His. niakrman. Nntatjr I'ubllc Clar frOammlaalan Ktplrea !, Ids. M. J. PATRICK, Dentist. Eontuoky V. COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF LAND. GARRARD CIRCUIT COUKT. Plaintiff, Millie Lou Myers, VS. Jlaiu'o Myer! Ware, etal. Defendants, Pursuant to a judgment rendered at under-signe- Faint Link. John Jl. Casey, I). Grniluntr I'iiicinnati S. Veterinary Surgeon. Veterinary College. Office at W. II. Burtcn's Sale Stable. Night Phone 211. -- jujd 21 poles. Rnffljlhlfjj deducted 75 acres and 12 pi.ta "Wiiicti bounded as follows: Knpnning at a stake in the branch, miS01'!1'' a. uke ?. lUri. Wilds; thence her line Z2B .about twu miles Nortlien.it of Lancas tor. Ky at 11 o clock, A 2d. or .thereabouts, on THOB3DAY. DECEMBER 23. 1915, the real estate mentioned in the plead-.i3 and described us tuilows: Located in Garrard County, Kentucky, and bounded as follows: On the Buck- ere turnpike, beginning nt a stake in .Speeds Ilranch the West Bide of the .Lancaster and Uuckeve road, corner to the part of the Flanerv land boueht liv irlsoerand Herring; thence crossing sa d pike diagonally N 22J IS 57 poles to a ntakeon the North side of 8ume;thei ce crossing said pike, N CI K 35 pules to tone, old Buckeye corner; thence Speeds fork N 55 W 6 poles to the middle of c aid Dike: thence with the middle and meanders of same N 53 E 24 la poles l iJi r, poles poles N 43 C 19 polei to n point in the miiidieof native thence N 47 V 8 poles to the end of ji stcne fence, where another stone fence I s found, corner to Jennings; thence crossing mm pie Bpeeus ion: .N. lij K 29 jioles to a stake near a stone fence, mid elm corner to Burdette; thence line to same 2 Zl . 1 poles to u black wa nutstumn. estaer to same; thence S 3, WlUpo'.s wanujni iree stump, Ui mo end of a stone fence to same unci Mattie Burdette; thence line to same S CIJ V 19.32 poll iuer. corner 10 Arnold; thence S33 v 38.41 poles to a lynn corner to same; thence S 26J W 73 doIcj to a titonc corner to same; thence S E 70 poles to a stake, corner to Mrs. Wilds; thence line to same S 49 W 26.60 poUa ta m fjugar tree, corner to same and J. M. Duncan. S E3J W 44 poles to a stmeia id line a new corner to the part bought by Fisher and Herring; thencr neiv line to same; thence N 28J W4 pt,:es to a stone on East side of or neiir drain; thence down same with it Bade N 62J W 19 poles to a stone on a small point N 42, W 49.40 poles lo a stone near the forks of a drain; thence aiowii aame oa the east side N 22 E 25 DOlentoimUBe. N8 W 59 poles to the betcmniivr containing 221 acres 1 rood n croi-snaf- C d the November lerm 1UI5, the Commissioner will cell at public suction to the highest and best bidder. on the premises on the Buckeye pike SKIMMED THE CREAM CLOSE .J. A. Beazlev FUNERAL DIRECTOR Office Over National Bank. Residence Phone 3. Office Phone 27 KY. LANCASTER. ' Delcw I Top Left Left Gov.-ele- Stanley. Top Right Below Right Lleut-Gov- . Gov. McCreary. Dlack. McOermott. Top Center The Capitol at Frankfort. Delow Center The Governor's Mansion at Frankfort. For All Kinds of NUB "wa cornvr to Arnold; thence with Arnold 60 poles to a sugar tree, cow S 49 o W corner to 5ff"?? ,hn Dun"": thnce his line 52 W 41 poles to a stake, in the line .rnroM- - to Ki.her and Herring; thence fiWtTsameX 23J W 49 poles to a atoncon .East fide of drain; thence aaiuvn amc on JEsot side N 02 V 19 ptfwato anlnno between the pike and a drain; then e down same in h branch untisH Eaa? ide of same N 22 E S5 ple lo a ttono N8W 59 poles to a atone in Sft'eds Fcrk on the South side d the. Xnv.er tnd Buckeye road, Humert" Fhher and Herrieg; thence Udownaajd creek. N 3?i E 12 nil in n VtDiie vn.'S'AjUi side of th pike about icei ooutnsi tne stone fence, a new coruer; thenre n iikw in S 18 E 25 polea to a utake a rew eorncr; thenre nnother new line S 73 E 114.1 poles to tJie beginning. Aim to be deducted the following boundary: Beginning at n .take in the middle of the stable on H. South side of the turntHke row), to n new corner: thence N 37 E 22 twlea; thence S 50 E i poles S 11 W 43.4 t"lr N' J5 W 28 08 tc the Keginmnir. eonr containing 2 arres 1 rixrj and G p 4ei The purpo of said sale is to divide iho proceeds hiim g the heirs of Isaac Myers nod joint owner as their inter out appeani --- "Has anybody heard the latest news about the N'ewtons!" Inquired Mrs. Jons as Iho Ladles' Aid Society of tho Deer Run Church adjourned Its regular monthly meeting. "Why no, Mr. Newton ain't sick again. Is he?" asked Mrs. Smith. "Oh, no; he's all right again. In fact, he's passed our farm twice lately on his way to town," continued Mrs. Jones. "The news I was referring to was that I heard it mighty straight that the whole family's going to move to Louisville." "Well I never. What's taking tbem to Louisville? Why I supposed they'd always live In this neighborhood. It v.aa only year before last that Mr. Xewton had that big ol' fashioned house done over from top to bottom an' water an' gas put In." "It's the children that's taking tbem. You see Nelllo'll be fourteen this winter an' she'll finish the eighth grade by Christmas. She naturally wants to go to High School. An' then there's Henry, the next one; he wants to get ready to go to the State University, so there you are." "Well I never. Look here, what're we goln' to do I'd like to know. If this keeps up It won't be very long until we won't have any children worth mentioning In our school, an' we won't have many Btrong members left In our church, an' no neighborhood that's flt to live in either. The Newtons ain't the first family that's left here an' gone to Louisville to educate their children." "Well I should say they ain't, I can't count the people that have left here In the past five years on the fingers of both ot my hands. An' those that have left were the best wo bad, too." "Looks to me like the people In big cities have shown a lot of sense In building big schools an' making them attractive. If the cities have taken the same number of fine people out of every neighborhood In the State of Kentucky that they have out of this little neighborhood, they've about skimmed the cream pretty close." "But what can we do?" "Why can't we have good schools?" "But schools cost money." "Of course they do. It the big cities can get our best people to leave comfortable farms and homes. It must be a paying proposition. It it is why can't we do the tame thing?" "Why a big school would cost the neighborhood several thousand dollars a year." "Well, suppose It did. It the ten fine families that have left here In the past five years could have been kept here happy and prosperous, wouldn't It pay?" "Yes, I reckon it would, because I beard my husband say that every time one of these fine families left, the neighborhood was that much poorer. He said it meant a lot of money gone. because these men rented their farms an' spent the money they got In tho big cities." "You can say what you please, we're never going to have a fine neighborhood until we have real country schools." "Yes, an' now that you've quoted your husband, I'm going to quote mine. Ho said last night that we can do a tremendous amount of good Improving our own schools, but that we should also movo Heaven and earth to get our whole school system out ot poll' tics." "Good; you tell him we are all with him In that. too. Good-bve.- UNTIE HIS HANDS The alii wi'! be made nn a credit of a.ix and twelve 'iioi.thj and tho will lm to execute bond viitu approved seeurily fertile purchase pnee, due in six m.d twelve months reapectlve'v, end bearing interest at borate of six per cent per annum from date until paid, having the force and of ft luilffment tecution phv is'ii. payable to W. II. I llmwn, M.yr t'oinmlsaioner of thel afTaPViaril ri arrttta .. af1..- ia "uri, unu a lien will Im rerved upn the property sold il all the purchase money is paid. pur-ha- er V I un-t- T.ltVS. , children, the Colored Nor to tho whole people and In lieu of th (By Roger Burllngame.) usual Invitations has issued n general mal School and the numerous other Frankfort, Ky. I Special J Standing) Invitation through the columns of tho points of Interest. In the suadow of the magnificent various newspapers asking everyone As usual Col. K. II. Taylor, Jr., proJ2.000.000 Capitol with his eyes rest- to become a guest of Frankfort for prietor of tho Old Taylor distillery ing on the statue ot tho martyred Wil tho event will keep open house and incidentally liam Goebel, his friend and counselor, will extend a general Invitation to Parade The Big Feature! Augustus Owsley Stanley will take the visitors to roam over his magnificent Naturally tho parado will be one Woodford county farm and see his oath ot office as Governor of Kentucky at 12 o'clock, Tuesday, December 7, of the chief features of the Inaugural champion herd ot Hereford cattlo and while the greatest throng that ever day ceremonies with the Inaugural other prlie- - Inning stock. Col Tay has witnessed an Inauguration In ball at night as second In Importance lors estate Is destined to be tho rival Frankfort will be present to do him on the entertainment program. Here of the Haggln farm and already Is too will bo displayed the determina- considered one of tho show places. honor. Carrying out his campaign promises tion of tho committee to avoid any At Baker's distillery and the many Governor Stanley will once more pro- appearance ot discrimination and the others In and about Frankfort tho welclaim himself the champion of econ- Invitation that has been Kprad broad- come sign will be hung out to visitors omy, retrenchment and the rule of the cast throughout the State Includes at- while merchants and cltiiena throughtendance at tho grand ball. The fact out Frankfort will have the people. Arrangements rapidly being com- that a majority of the visitor, will rehanging outside. Warden Wells pleted for the Inauguration presage main over night and attend the ball Is or the Reformatory Is planning a holithe greatest spectacle It has been the giving tho committee some concern day lor tho unfortunates Incarcerated lot of Kentucklans to witness and from and the place for holding It his not yet behind the grim walls of the Reformareports received by the various com- been decided on. Of course a majority tory and thousands ot visitors probmittees In charge of the details Inci- ot the visitors simply will attend as ably will take advantage of tho oppordent to the event. Kentucky from the sightseers but there will be so many tunity to get a glimpse of the Inside. Beargrass, the Bluegrass, the Penny-ril- e persons dancing that It will require a Rain Will Not Interfere. and the Purchase will be present floor much larger than has been availThe committee In charge of the arto lend enthusiastic acclaim to the able heretofore. Robert A. Brawner, chief marshal rangements tor the Inaugural cereStato's new Chief Executive. of the parade and the members of the monies at tho Capitol has completed Ohio Visitors Coming. Parade Committee have formulated plans whereby a stand may bo thrown Vlelng with tho uniformed marching plans for tho Inaugural procession up In a few hours either Inside or out. clubs from Louisville, Including the which will start from the historic according to weather conditions. The Moso Green Club, the oldest and Capital Hotel and wend Its way disagreeable weather that marked the Into olflre of Governor strongest political rrganliatlon In tho through tho business section and Induction metropolis will be the Duckworth across Into the residence district In McCreary will have little effect should Club, the crack Democratic marching South Frankfort, enroute to tho new there bo a recurrence, for the broad club from Cincinnati who-- o members Capitol. Chief Marshal Brawner has corridors and galleries In tho now for designated as al les men familiar with Capitol will hold several thousand will Join the throng In the Inaugural festivities as a tribute h rintloa nf that nffirn and In a ma. visitors and In tho event of rain thn ho erected Inside and tho to the former Congressman who In Jority of cases trained in the military'"""1 ceremonies held there. many times of battle has been ever maneuvers. That the attendance will bo larger ready to go to the aid of his DemoProgram Not Complete. than ever before Is conceded. Tho cratic brethren In the Buckeye state. The exact program for the inaugura editors of all tho Kentucky new spa- Henderson, the home of Governor-elec- t nave Dcen placed on tho Publicity Stanley will send a special train Hon has not been completed but will bo announced a few days in advance Committee and throuith thele nm.r. with a brass band and a thousand Stanley have estended thn Invitation to Ken. Cov- of tho event. Governor-elec- t enthusiastic "home folks" while ington, Newport, I'aducah, Owens-boro- . is expected to arrive In Frankfort tucklans to bo present and partlclpato Bowling Green. Shelbyvllle and accompanied by Mrs. Stanley and their j In the Inaugural ceremonies, The Pub. anu Lexington will have marching clubs three sons on aunuay of iney proD jiicity In commute will havn headquar friends until torn a building adjoining tho Court big parade that Ih confidently ably will bo the guests In the in inu inuii- expected to eclipse that of any former tney iano up incir nome B, McCreary noiiso, equipped for Iho convenience, slon. Governor James ni newspaper men whn will ho among Inauguration. Stanley Iho visitors and a cordial wrlromn has will Introduce Governor-elec- t 5000 From Louisville. , James been extend, il to nil nf iim and Lieutenant Governor-elec- t ,.i .. From Loulsvlllo nlonci C.000 visitors D. Black, to whom tho nath of office newspapermen to be present and oar are expected and It Is believed the will be administered by Chief Justice a0 of Frankfort's hoipltalltv greater portion r.r the population of Shackelford Miller of the Court ot, The beautiful scenery In and about the day In tho Appeals. The Inaugural address ot Frnnkrort. the drives along Iho Lexington will Stanloy promises to bo In- lucky river and th splendid rnadwuvs Capital cliy. A':e.'ly 'he advance reservations liavo exliaustiil tho avail- wresting noi aioiio ueemwu ui oi raui.illng from Frankrort will furni.h able supply ot hoti ' i.ccor.iodatlons gifted powers ol oratory but for the opportunity for t Hilars lo spend a poror the Ac- reason that ho will outllno a plan of nun in and lor clays the innir time in pleasant sight t'fp have beon proccedure for the next four years that seeing trips alter the Inauguration commodations Ci ciiruiiionli-at tholr wits olid t find quirter for will ncconl with the wishes of all are concluded. tbo thousand cl vlnitors win will bo Cheap Railroad Rates. The arrangements (or police profor one or more days. In Frankfort All steam railroads In the State of Tho committee has lssuod a call to tection whllo tho thousands ot visitors Kentucky liavo published rates to the residents of Frankfort asking them are thronging tho streets and the Frankfort and return on to report tho number nf rooms they show places In Frankfort are being Inauguration Dec. 7th ot account of three cents Chief of will place at tho disposal of visitors carefully looked after by por mllo plus twenty cents for and has fixed a standard price of $1.00 Police Mangun and Mayor Joseph Iho round trip. Tlckots flvo be to sold on for sleeping quarters for persons who Rupert Cincinnati will send a squad Dec. Clh and 7th good reluming until romaln over tiliht. Tho committee of trained men and Loulsvlllo and Lex- Dec. 9th mid night. of will have the addresses of all persons ington will furnish On abnvo basis the round trip faros who have available rooms Indexed and recognized ability to Insure absoluto to Frankfort and return from tho prinwill have morabcrs of tho committee protection. cipal cities aro as follows: assigned to thn hotels and the depots Trip Promised. Interesting Loulsvlllo J1.90 Covington ..I3.G5 to tako visitors In charge and escort 1.10 Newport .. . 3.55 Aside from the Interesting Incidents Lexington them to houses where they can secure that will fcuturo the Inaugural plans Richmond 1.90 Henderson 6.20 quarters, at tho price agreed upon. to Frankfort will be mado the Paris ...... 1.45 the trip Tho Executlvo Commlttco In charge occasion for thousands ot visitors to Bardstown .. 2.95 Owcnsboro .. 6.30 I'aducah .... 8.6.1 ot the Inauguration determined to do get took at tbo now Capitol, the tj.55 a Cincinnati away with tho Idea of sending out In- C. W. Hay. old Statu House, tho Reformavltatlons over tho State Inasmuch at tory, ' .v Transportation Committee. the Arsenal, the Institute for Feent InlnrAftt AUAn I. latch-string s ROUGH G. C. COX. Phone 229. LUMBER, see Manse.Ky Office Hour. ifcm Wider A H. K. Denny and W. A. Offlca: Doctors Of Denial Surgery. Slorran Bnlldlcf aon'a Hun Andsr LANCASTER. urnttur. Sim.. KENTUCKY. Dr. Wm. D. Pryor, Veterinary at Italney Lancaster. Office Surgeon and Dentist. Livery Stable. Kentucky INDIANA SILO PAPEC Monitor CUTTERS and Associated Gasoline Engines. Wheeling Lime Grinders. All sold on easy terms. W. P. KINCAID, Phcne 199. DIST. AGT STANFORD. KY Visiting Card THE proper thing for a lady or gentleman to present nowadays, when making calls. Is Engraved A Neatly "nd - Come and see what a beautiful line of samples we have and get our prices for 50 or more. CENTRL RECORD thlef-taker- s . . , TR-EE- S Fruitand Shade Traes Shrubs, Grape Vines, Rhubarb, Asparagus, Roses, Phlox, Peonies Everything for Orchard. Lawn and Garden. Write for free Catalogue. No Agta I W. II BROWN. Bourne, Auctioneer. Mis Sallie I.ou Myers. Administrator or I. N. Myers, will at the same time awl tilaee sell to the highest and best ' baJder a Jot of horses, cattle, farming implements, house-bol- d and kitchen furniture and various other articles too numerous to mention. Terms made M t;p, A. II. H. Tomlinsoii, Attorney for Mir, M. C. G. C. C Jefferson "School s: i . u-- ii alUUIM. i:ijrmi-A-- r o3I Law. The Central 'Record $1.00 Per Year In Advance. Lancaster, Kentucky. Uutown on day of sale. Sallie Itu Myers, Admr. J. M. Myers, Deceased. I -- T Jl illll'. tiTL... jr.rMin imJi to lr4Mi. wr.ta 50 OUOIT ITOLwiia, La LcaLnrDt, K'. AaMtosiattaaiillaril iJur irU.l.. puotwai kvalitlau4 hint tauloa a ! MiaVlua Illll H.F.Hillenmeyer & Sons. Lexington, 1811. Kentucky. 1916 The Central Record, Thursday Dec 2 1915. Page 7 jet. isar cs- - TO Lancaster Also OIICASI7.V.U x.V.Vj. Tobacco Stanford Street. House arehouse Phone 308. A. Speith 8c Company, Managers. We pay Highest MarKet Price and unload same day. No commission charged. Branch TRY THIS IF HAIR 0 at PAINT RESULTS TELL There Can Be No Doubt About sults in Lancaster. The LICK, Re- KY. j I A WORD TO RHEUMATICS. The first day you start to take acid poison begins to dissolve and leave the sore joints and musclt'H. Its action is little less than magical. 50 cents a bottle from It. E. Mcltoberts and all druggists. Judge Rarhorstof Fort Laramie. Ohio savs: "I was cured of a very bad case of rheumatism by using two bottles of Itheumn. Previous to that I was a cripple, walking on crutches." Itheuma relieves almost instantly the Intense suffering from sciatica, lumbago neuritis, gout, neuralgia and other forms of rheumatism. We Citizens National Bank OK LANCASTER, KY. STARTS FALLING. Itheuma the uric At this season of the year many pec pie find their hair coming rut at an alarming rate nnil often fear baldness. Tnis may very easily be the ultimate result If proper acnlp treatment Is not taken at once. All excessive loss of hair can bo almost immediately stopped by the use twico daily of a little Parisian Sage which invigor&tes and nourish CARTHAGE WOMAN TELLS HAPPY STORY Hamilton Valley. Mrs. Myrtle Turner is on the sick lit. Capital $50,000. F. HUDSON. President. W. O. 1'm.NGr. Ass't Cash'r, H. Surplus $45,000. J. J. WALKER, Jon J. Walker. Jr.. Cashier. Vice Prest. IIook-Kee- i Results tell tho tale. W. F. CHAMP. is the verv backbone of every nucceMful business. We regard your co operation as a neressaty factor In our succesp, V hopo you speak n good word for us If we Rive you good service. If you find our service lacking In any respect, you will confer a favor upon ui by telling US. It Is our business and our pleasure to improve our ayitem wherever we find a weak ipot. THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Capitol $50,000. A. It Surplus 30,000. )EN!JY. I'reildent J. R. T. E. STOHMES. Cashier. :tBRr. Ass't Vice Pres't, S. C. DENNY. Cashier. r. J. I GlLL, j Safety Deposit We Boxes Y0UI! For J. II. M. Rent. J. E. solicit BUSINESS. Posey, Alex II. Denny, Samual D. Cochran, Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. L. GUI. Dr. W. Elliott. Directors. iMtiiihiin' inn iiW mi i1 i ii j" Tiif iirii ithw ii W. 0. RIGNEY. Funeral Lancaster, Director and Embalmer. 311. Olliec Phone 18. Residvnre Phone Kentucky. For Sale Our entire stock of GENERAL MERCHANDISE as a whole. Same is a good,! clean stock, having closed a very successful sale, closing out all odds and ends, entire stock. through-ou- t All doubt is removed. The testimony of a Lancaster citizen restored. Can be easily investigated. In fact, Mrs. Duke's recovery was What better proof of merit can be fiO ranld she win nfrntil thnt It ,nit!.l had? be only temporary. So she waited the tlowlv dying hair roots into it reMrs. I!. F. Walter, Hill St.. Lancas-tcr- , from September, when sho took tho New newal of healthy normal action. says: "Whenever my back be- remedy, until tho following February hair quickly grows on the thin spots, comes lame and painful, a few dojes to pass Judgment. Then the wrote: "I wrfto you la regard to your wonold hair stops falling and the difference of Doan's Kidn-- y Pills, procured at ft. is apparent In a few days by the very took E. McRoberts & Son's Drug Store, derful stomach remedy that I ,.. r last SeDtemher. I feel hottor look of tne hair itself taking on new bring me instant relief. At one time I uuvu iu uvo years. life, lustre end beauty. Parislon Sage HOW TO BUTCHER feared that I had serious kidney trou "My weight was 127 pounds; now 'can bo obtained from It. E. Mcltoberts ble. The kidney secretions were un- ii i ana i can eat anything I j or any good druggist. It is not expen-- I HOGS AT HOME. natural and gave unmistakable evidence want, I sleep well at night. I would sive. of disordered kidneys. Doan's Kidnev have written before, but I wanted to see how I got along." liuteher hogs at home. Pills in a short time made my kidneys MT. HEBRON Mayr's Wonderful Remedy gives per- Give them water, but no feed for a normal." (Statement given March uiuucm resuus ior eiomacn, liver and day before killing. 20th, 1903). Intestinal aliments. Eat as much and A few casei of mumps have develop-- I Weed the hog with an eight-incOVER THREE YEARS LATER. whatever you like. No more distress ed in this section the past week, straight-blade- d knife. Mrs. Walter said: "My kidneys have after eating, pressure of gas In the See us for cotton seed meal. lie sure bleeding is done before scald been in excellent condition since giving fctomacb and around the heart. Get one Hudson, Hughes and Karnau. ing or the skin may be oouie or. your druggist now and try it left too red. my former endorsement of Doan's Kid- on an absolute guarantee If not satisCorn has been selling in this locality A heavy blow with an ax between the ' . factory monoy will be returned. ney Pills. at prices ranging from $2.00 to $2.35 eyes will stun the animal before stick Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't simper bbl. ing. Francis the little daughter of Mr. and j Tho meat may spoil if the animal is ply ask for a kidney remedy get MARKSBURY Mrs. Theopolis Sherrow is very sick excited before killing, or the weather Doan's Kidney Pills the same that Mrs- - Walters had. Foster-Milbur- n Co., Mrs. W. M. liroaddus has been very with pneumonia. is warm afterwards. 111 for a few days. Everybody invited to come to the Scrape as quickly and rapidly as pos- Props., Buffalo, N. V. The child of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Nay- prayer meeting at this place on Thurs- -' sible after scalding. The cold carcass day evening at 0:30. .or is ill of diptheria. Is hard to scrape well. Charles D. the little son of Mr. and THE EDITOR'S PRAYER. Bleeding will be finished more quickMr. B. K. Swope dug a sweet potato Mrs. Harrison Preston who hits been ly if the animal lies on n steep slope measuring 24 inches. An editor went to church the other quite ill is improving. with Its head down hill. Miss Sallie Lou Myers has been visit Mrs. Dennle Scott returned home Keep the hog moving in the barrel. day and was called on to lead in prayer. ing the Misses Roys ton. when he responded as follows; "AlWednesday night from a two weeks If the animal is left pressed against Mrs. Nancy Morgan has ben confin mighty, the kind Father, who doth stay at Martinsville, Ind. the barrel the hot water cannot get at from thy throne look down on the gov- ed to her room with a cold. Mr, nd Mrs. Otho .Montgomery are that part of the carcase Mr. B. Kemper lost a valuab'e subscribers, we 'in Woodford Co., the guests of her Scraping is easier if a shovelful ot ernment of delinquent thee to draw buggy J. mare by death Sunday. humbly beseech parents Mr. and Mts. G. It. Carpenter hardwood nshes, a lump of lime, some most near unto them' and whisper a few Miss Martha Reins of Perryville Is Miss Edith Montgomery of Lexington concertrated lye, or a handful of soft things into their ears that the statutes the guest of Miss Mary Chesnut. soap has been added to the water. and Mrs. Jas. Hamilton, of Hamilton forbid us to print. Thnu knowest our Mr. W. M. Lear and wife spent Sun Vnllev were with homefolks here from ! Use a thermometer. Do notatten.pt wants, but the subscribers know them day with Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Broaddus. to scald with the water at above 150 Friday until Monday. not and seldom, if evcr.stop to Inquire. I Northern and home grown seed rye. Messrx. Rogers of Danville, and degrees. A Rood s;ald can be obtnined Let it be known to them that thero Hudson. Hughes & Farnau. Poindexters of Marcellus were here for at 140 degrees, but it takes longer. are big patches on the homestead of In opening the carcass, split the a Thanksgiving hunt and with Mr. and Tom Chesnut sold 24 fat hogs at 51c our pants, and that there is an aching ' pelvicbono between the hams with a Mrs. W. L. Grow to dinner. He bIso bought a lot of cattle paying knife by cutting exactly in the canter. void in the front of our back that we tor them $25 a head. Miss Beltie Scott gavo a ThanksgivTo open the breastbone with a knife hunger and thirjt and they ask us not ing entertainment at the Ilourne school Miss Irene Aldridge of Lancaster Thou to come and sup with them. cut a to at P. M. Wednesday which was much but dolittle let one side of the center, knowest. Lord, that our ink and print was the guest Sunday of Misses Mar not the point of the knife enjoyed by n large audience. paper costs money, but the subscriber garet Frances and Alice Sutton. get behind n rib. knoweth it not, and careth a great deal Misses Huth and Mable Montgomery Miss Georgia Dunn of the Bible col' These methods are used at the ri cold lege Lexington, spent Thanksgiving at very loyally entertained their teacher, College of Agriculture, where less. Thou knowest that we are and the subscriber bringeth not the home, returning theie on Monday. Miss Mary Deuzley ard their school- students are taught the principles and mates of Sunny side school Thanksgiv- practice of butchering and curing. wood he promi.ed, rnd we are shivei- Mr. and Mrs. Ed Clark entertained ing, a bountiful dinner was served and There is nothing to prevent tho farmer ng and shaking while he rossteth his Rev. Tinder und .Mr. and Mrs. Will the afternoon was spent in nut gather- from having the best without tho ex- shins before the red hot fires of his Clark at a 6 o'cIock dinner last week. ing. travagance of a big store bills for salt mother. Tell him all these things, I.ord Mr. Tom Chesnut, Misses Mary Ches pork. Both he and the storekeeper and if he faileth and briiigeth no suc nut and Minvel Bogie and Mr. Robert cor, banish him to the lower regions to will profit if ho cures meat for his own Fox attended the Rabinsn-Lyn- e nupthe tials. I table and uses the money baved to buy dwell among the Republicans, Democrats, the Popoocrats and Calam things he wouldn't otherwise get. Buy Cremo Dairy Feed for your cowr. ity Howlers, and Thine shall be the Composed of seven dilrerent grains, all praise throughout our newspaper ca For sale by Hudson, crushed fine. Mrs. McCIain's Experience With Croup. reer." Ex. Hughes hih! Farnau. No doubt you are, II "When my boy, Hay, whs small he Rev. Tinder has just closed n short you sutler from any ol the I was subject to croup, and I was always numerous ailments series of meetings at Mason school to ' alarmed at such times. Chamberlain's STOMACH MISERY which an womcnaresub-jec- t. house, with no additions A good crowd Cough Remedy proved far better than Headache, backwas in attendance each night. ache, sldeache, nervous; any other for this trouble. It always QUICKLY VANISHES. ness, weak, tired feeling, Mr. Joe Pollard und family returning relieved him quickly. I am never with- are some ot the sympout it in tho house for I know It is a Your money back if you want it is from meeting on foot one night last toms, and you must rid yourscll of (hem in order positive cure foi croup," writes Mrs. the way in which It. E. McRoberts the week was run against by a runaway horse and was knocked to the ground. to feel well. Thousands W. It. McClain, Illairsville. Pa. For popular druggiat is selling Mi-- o na, the ol women, who have The force of the fall sent hia littlo son sale by all dealers. great dyspepsia remedy. been bcnclitcd by this whom ho was carrying in his arms, sevThis is an uauul plan, but remedy, urge you to so much irerit and is so almost invari- eral feet further, landing him at his TAKE ENGLISH PHEASANTS. ably successful in relieving all forms mothers feet. Fortunately no onu was Miss Anna Hawley had a fine- - raillc Mrs. Laura Duko cf Carthage, Tenn., cow to die last week. was a victim of stomach disorders for several Yearn. Shn In.t .nnofiiA nn.t Mr. Ebb Bentley sold some com tto-Mher weight foil off. She could not rest Wm. Wells for $2.60. night. at Mr. John Land was the guest of 3r-- C. She took Mayr's Wonderful Remedy S. Roop, Saturday and Sunday. just a few doses and found herself : T . screening etc. Farnau. nmiu, .1 . i.f.f. ctmenr, duck, Hudson. Hughes, rrtt V and .Mesdames Robert Shaw anil X Hulette were the truest of Mrs. Fmniit Hawley Thanksgiving Day. There will be a pfe supper at UcUm-- 1 school house Saturday night Nov. 4si Everybody cordially Invited. Miss Pearl Parsons left last week far Bristol Tennessee to visty to her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Maize. Mrs. J. II. Hamilton Mas the weekend guests of her parents, Mr. and Kxb. W. F. Montgomery at Mt. Hebron. Mr. Robert McQuerry, and sisSrr. Miss Roda, of Ind., are visiting Uii-parent- s, Mr. ahd Mrs. Sam McQuerra. Mrs. Emily Kinnard returned hozae from Madison county where she baa been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mre J. T. Miller. Mr. Dillard Sebastain preached1 at Cartersville M. E. church last Sunday. His sermon was enjoyed by all. who-werpresent. Mr. and Mrs. Price Gray. Mr. arxJ Mrs. Hamp McQuerry, Mr. and" Urn. Wm. Lawson and children and Robert McQuerry were the guest, Mr. and Mrs, J. B. Gray. Thanksgfvfor- - Jfc v. at Misses Inez Ray, Sallie Ancle rat Susio Davis, Her Hill, Ina AuglTn, KEx-g- ie Carter and Lena Hollon; Mesucra Dillard Sebastian, Everett Sebastian and Robert Green were the injeaC.tr- Miss Cora C. Roop Saturday and Sslbt- day. When you feci out of sorts from jiauuu, jec ua say mat ii do not relievo you, see a physieun. becauso no other homo leoiouy wii gold only by us, 10 cents. H. E. McRoberts Our ArMce fsr i Having decided to leave we will offer for sale, Luncasirri Worn Out? WEDNESDAY, DEC. Slh at 2 o'clock our home place, on Crab Orchard, . together with two valuable lots ary tabling all told nliuut five acrea. Tlis is one of the most desirable properiwa In Lancaster, being well improT-Kj.- . with home containing reven rooms, M necessary out buildings, including twea house, coal house, barn and etc. Terac. easy and made known on day ut sals-- . Osie and tluldah Boyle-- . Capt. W. T. King, Auctioneer. PUBLIC SALE OF LAND. In order to settle the estate of Cljic- Ruble, deceased, and settle the partnership estate of C. & C. Ruble, the unr dersigned will on the premises at of 2 o'clock, P. M., on SATURDAY DECEMBER 11. MIS. sell to the highest and best bidder tractof Innd situated in Garrard County, Kentucky, about three miles from Bun Vista, on the turnpike, containing about 45 acres, more or leas. Tbi is the tract of land that was owned1 by the partnership of C & C. Rublo at the time of the death of Clyde UUDlc. Tlii land will be sol' upon the following Reterms; One third cash and mainder in one and two years, the- pur chaser to execute his notes bearing six per cent interest from the date f vale, with a lien upon the tract of land to secure the payment of the note, given January 1, 191& TVi will bo an absolutesale. J. U. Ruble, Administrator ef Clyde Survivwyr. Ruble, Clarance Ruble. Partner, Orpha Ruble. J. E. Robinson Attorney. tbe-hou- Cardui The Woman's Tonic Mrs. Sylvanla Woods, ol Clifton Mills, Ky., says: our This Is the best stand lit Central Kentucky and we Invite any prospector to buy. We mean to sell this business as first stated In our sale bills. Call on or write, "Before taklngCardul, I was, at times, so weak I could hardly walk, and the pain In my back and nearly killed me. After taking three bottles ol Cardui, the pains disappeared. Now I leel as well as I ever did. Every suffering woman should try Cardui" Oet a bottle 8 today. head Tho 3.&00 English pheasants liberated by the Commission are protected for a number of years, and a warning is hereby given to every one who kills these valuable and costly birds, that if caught he will be prosecuted. Now, Mr. Hunter, if you see a strange bird do not run your legs off to destroy it, but tako every possible means not to Injure it yourself, and do not let an opportunity escapo you to urge others to do likewise. These pheasants were bought with your money, to see that they are protected until they increase sufficiently to allow shooting. Sick Two Years With Indigestion. Becker, Ballard & Scott. PHONE 27. BRYANTSVILLE, Ky. "Two years ago I was greatly benefited through using two or three bottles of Chamberlain's Tablets," writes Mrs S. A. Keller, Elida, Ohio, "Before taking them I was sick for two yean with Indigestion." Sold by all dealers. hurt. There was no reflection on anybody or sect when I used tho term "Holy Roller" in last weeks issue. I have not the faintest Idea what their creed is, neither am I acquainted with any of their practices. So it can readily be seen that I did not Intend to hurt any body 8 feelings, by using the expression ,' but simply used the term to designate them from other denomiIts continued uxo will soon start you on nations in the community. the road to perfect digestion and enjoyment of food. Chamberlain's Cough RemedyThe has been so uniformly sucMothers' Favorite. cessful that every box is sold under a positive guarantee to refund the money "I give Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Whst fairer to my children when they have colds or If It does not relieve. proposition could be made? coughs," writes Mis. Verme Shaffer, It. E. McRoberts gives his personal Vaudergrift, Pa. It always helps them guarantee of "money back If you want and I' far superior to any other cough that he medicine I have used. I advise anyone It" with every box of sells. A guarantee like this speaks for In need of such a medicine to give It a 1 in trial." For sale by all dealers. the merit of the remedy. of indigestion that he runs but little risk in selling under a guarantee of this kind. Do not be miserable or make your friends miserable with your dvspepsia. will help you. If It doesn't tell R. E. McRoberts that you want your money back and he will cheerfully refund it. A change for the better will be seen and from the first few doses of a a 'holy-rollera a 2 ttr on 1 2 ' ' ''WKnanpRMMi X ejejeaaepwaajn f"T - r I Page 8 5 Warehouse The Central Record, Thursday Dec 2 1915. First Opa, To December 6th. Receive To"bacco I i DECEMBER 1st. Our Houses are Open Day and Night from now on to receive Tobacco. PEOPLES I. M. Dunn, TOBACCO Allen Heiatt & Jesse Overstreet WAREHOUSE. Managers. Phone 323. President. Phones 50.-529.-30- 0. Las! Year The OA larkei Sold About POO.BOO Foil nis Of TOBACCO Which was a great increase over any season and insures for Danville a Ten Million market the coming year. The mnt to of the Danville market has wnys been to get the highest ptire for the growers and to treat all courteously and fair. Wc do a strictly commission business. The American Tobacco Compnny has made large improvements in its facilities. We now have hydraulic and electric presses that will enable the buyers with their increased facilities to prize and ship 350,000 pounds daily. This insures to the growers prompt sales and no waiting to unload. Everything will be done with dispatch and in a business like manner. There will be no change from the old buyers who have been with us since the market opened. The following buyers will be with us: A. W. King for Liggett und Myers, Bower & Griffith for R. J. heynolds, Mr. Claude Eurke for JP. Taylor fit Company, representing LonlLrJ. Ouijln Built jj: repreib'nting Amirican Tohacco Company, J. LFalkncr, representing J. L. Fnlkner & Smith, representing C. L. Zeigler &. Company and several independent buyers. Growers should exercise proper care to sepirate their tobacco properly and to bring the same to market In good condition. Nothing adds more to the price of u crop than proper handling nnd grading. Do your part and we will do ours and you will get the top prices. Remember, we have experienced men in all departments and automat ic scales, so that every fanner can, get his own weights. Our accommodations for both man and beast arc among the best in the state. Bring your tobacco to the Danville market; you will alway,. find a hearty Kentucky welcome; someone to attend your wants, nnd during the sale we will do our best to get you the highest prices for your tobacco. Appreciating your post patrcnnCc we hope you will see your way clear to bring us your crops, guaranteeing you the attendance of all the buyers on the market, the highest market prices, absolutely accurate weights and an all around square deal. e Come to our opening sale and hear our new auctioneers, Col. John, D. Scott, of Jessamine County, and W. S. Dunn, of Lincoln County. They will please and entertain you. We have FARMER'S COLUMNj below thia heading la for the exelQ-tr- ? uie ot onr farmer .abcerlberi. and la lor the aale of atuc V. ri ain and aucb Ibinga on tfarm a lh farmer cauuot afford to adver-Hi- t. No notice will , accepted orcr lour llnee. and will b utile In wo ti.nee ol the ''Onn. fret, nl char do just what you want Do Not Gripe a pleasant laxatira thai will it to do. . Their Makeup Must Differ. One drop of petrol will kill a wasp Instantly, but if applied to a bee or a fly It will be quite Ineffective. A Mingled Yam. Thowob of our life Is a mingled yarn, good and 111 together Shakespeare: "All's Well That Ends WelL" li For AT THE FINISH-- . A NEW MODEL rtpce We sell thousands of them and we have never seen a better remedy for the bowels. Sold only by us, 10 cents. R. E. McRoberts BUCKEYE N. 1 eater. Poland China Roar. J Mr. Fredric Harvey, of Lexington, Bryantaville Exchange Phone was the guest of Mrs. Mat Harvay for I,. II. Ruble, Iluena Vista, Ky. the week-enMr. and Mrs, R. W. Sanders and Mr. FOR Sale: Jersey cow with young and Mrs. V. E. Whittaker were in Sam Cotton. calf. Good milker. Lexington Sunday. Mrs. Louie Noel and sun. Forest. bred Collie pups, For Sale;-Pur- e ibout three months old. Apply at this were with her daughter, Mrs. Ollie Bogie, Saturday and Sunday. office. Misses Sallie and Attress Noel. Sallie For rent for rest ot year the house I Lou Teater and Ethel Ray were tl.e have been living In. For information Kuests of Miss Agnes Miles Sunday. and key, see Haselden Bros. Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Brown, of Win- S. II. Aldridge. Chester were with his parents, Mr. and A few pure bred Narragansett toms, Mrs. L. F, Brown, part ot last week. Mrs. Nora Teaier and daughter, Miss Colonel Rhea's famous strain, for sale Salliu Lou, and niece. Mis Ethel Ray, cheap. If taken in next ten days. spent Thursday with. Mr. Luther Raney Phone 318-and family. One sewing machine that sews fine, $5.00, 1 range in good order for $5.00, HUNTERS TAKE NOTICE. 1 extra nice spotted gelding ony to trade for good work and brood mare, Thia Agreement Witnesseth; That S. II. Aldridge, Lancaster, Ky. in order to protect thu game on our lands for a period of three years we FOR SALE: Three sows and 24 pigs bind ourselves not to hunt thereon, nor 125 lbs. Also 10 shoats weight about permit anybody fine to do so, and we (Mr. Rhoda E. Wylle, further agree to prosecute with diliIlryantsville, Ky. Phone 37-gence all persons who violate the game buy h tecond hand laws of Kentucky or trespass upon our WANTEUl-T- o sled for hauling fodder also would like lands for the purpoie of hunting Aim to buy 26 to 4o shouts that would weigh we further agree to act as Deputy Phone U. H. Game Wardens for the purpose of eararound forty pounds Pelphrey 347 A. or wte Z. T. Rice. ning out this agreement. Except each of us Iihvu the right tu kill rabbits uu Richmond, Kv. our .arms or wrmlt it to be done by Mr. E. McWhorter. of Pjint Uck, another under our supervision, or the has about 25 buihels of good seed rve supervision of mine responsible and to sell at $1.00 per builiel. reliable person selected by us. This November 15th, 1915, Capt. T. A Ellin has 400 shockl of R. L Eikin. J. E. Robinson, fodder to sell und wants to take in some W. II. Brown, Jno. M. Farru, him up. cattle. Cll Alex Walker, frB. Burton. T. A. Elkin. Strayed from my place Thanksgiving lUselden Bros , F. M. Tinder. night a black horse mule, heavy set J. II- Dalton. Ix)gan Hubble, Any information John II. Smith. and in good shape. G. M. Deshon. will be appreciated by W. II. Whlttaker; J. N. Ross. II. B. Cox, Lancaster It. K. No, 3. or Sweeney Fisher Herring, J, W. Sweeney, Hughes Bros, uMorgan. W. M. Mahan. Withers Bros. Wanted. Willism, Marcus and Jim White, J. U. Pope, To contract now for blue grass for B. F. Wllmot, ' Mrs. David Chenault, pasture next lesion. Can use any part Fred J. Conn, W. It. Cook. of 100 acres. Any one with blue grata J, vV. Elmore, Huffman Bros, should correspond with or telephone T. C. Rsnkln. Wm. G. Anderson. me (827) stating acreage and price per Sam Cotton, W. B Moss T. M. Arnold. Jr er for entlr next season Jno. M. White. it. E. Henry, John W. Miller, Mgr. WANTEDi-Uon51-.- I. Miss Julia Calico spent a few days in Richmond last week. Misi Barbara Gulley spent Saturday For Sale. night with Miss Her Hill. Three hinh gride Hereford bull calves Mr. nnd Mrs. T. O. Hill and family and one heifer. It. E Henry. spent Sunday with her father, Mr J. EOR Nice one SAI,E:-Pol- l Angus bull calf. S. II. Estes. Cause Enough, at Times. A woman loves ner nome and ner housework, but her favorite occupa tion la that of pitying herself. Tope-k- a Dally Capital. a - frock. Hut the woman of Ingcutilty can do many things herself to glvo her frocks O-tno right style. For one thing she can substitute u dainty finish for a plcot edge. This is used along the edge of Uounccs and frills with good effect Simply roll tbo edge in a tiny roll nnd whip It over nnd over, evenly J. C. Morgan, J. P. Blend. but not specially close together, with Long Brot J. II. and W. S. Weaver strong thread of n matching or conW. T. West, trasting shade. J. Booth Sutton. W. L Lawson and son. Howard King, A net lining for 'the bodice of a silk Miss Carrie Iloulden, J. II. Rigsby. frock Is easy to make. Again It Is J. C. Ricsby, John Richardson, tbo finishing that counts. Tlio neck A. Miles. J. B. Woods. part should ho rut a llttlo lower than J. II. Thompson, Jno. M. Farm. the neck of tho silk and edged with a B. L. Kelly. David Steven. very narrow bit of valeneleunes lace. ball Frank Thompson. S. C. Rigsby. Tho front should be closed with tho annholes O. M. Anderson. J. II. Thompson. and socket siuiim and lace. should bo edged with tho We will add other names for 25 cents When there U n truusparent bodice caslu or Test a little tinderbodlco or part of one should be fastened under It. For a transparent vest tho underbodlce MARKET QUOTATIONS need bo no more than it pleco ot chiffon or net that reuches from the waist Indianapolis, Nov. 15. to tbo chest, gathered or shirred to the Cattle Steers, fi9.90: heifers $4.50 belt of the bodice and dulntlly shirred (.3.1 OS; cows, J calves, t at the top, edged perhaps with narrow 10 50; hulls, l.50ifJC35. lace nnd fustened together either with Hogs Best heavies. $7.lO7.40: ribbons or snaps. bulk of sales. (6.8507.20; lights, If the sleeves of the frock or bodice C. in question are of net or chiffon n Hheep Good to choice, 1505.75; lining sleeve U often effective, made common to medium, CO 1.75; lambs, of chiffon for net sleeves, of net for 508. chiffon ones. It should follow tho cut Chicago, Nov. 16. of the outer sleeve, being a very Rttlt Hogs-H- ulk, C.r0O7.05; lights 16.15 tighter. To make It. especially ilalnty 07.05; mixed, $6.2007.25; heavy (6.25 cut it in two between 'wrist anil elbow 07.30; roughs. $6.2506.45; pigs. $4 nnd run in by ha ml a strip of very Heaves, $6010.40; 06.20. Cattle narrow and dalut,v Jacc,fieadlnc. Thli caws and heifers, $2.7608.20; calves, takes llttlo tluip.ilmt give a really Sheep Easy; lambs, charming effect through the transpar $6.60010.60. $703.15. ent outer sleeve, Cincinnati, Nor. 15. Hogs Steady. Cattle Slow calves, steady. Sheep Steady; lambs, BAPTIST CHURCH. The undersigned hereby g've warning to all persons not to trespass upon our lands lor any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all offenders to ful lest extent of i law. Hunters and. Fishermen especially take notice. Ed & N B lrtce R. L. Elkin W. R. Cook. Mrs. Rebecca J. West. II. C Arnold. James G. Conn, POSTED eOge. plnlttns of all sorts, shirring and cording, nil these arc done for reasonable suuix nnd often a bit of such finishing got-- , u long way toward giving tbo right iitr tu a homemade Har Clothaav bait Doesn't Look It. The woman who sews well ofteo does not undertake to mako bcr own clothes, slnipty because she knows that It Is Impossible for bcr to giro them the proper Qalsli. But If once she can master a few details of finishing even tbo woman who does not sew welt will daro to undertake a new frock or blouse of pretentious fashion. At the trimming and plaiting shops, under whatever name they go. It Is possible to get various sorts of dainty finishes made. Machine hcnittltclilng for cuffs mid collars anil hems, plcot Hmr Who Makss Very Popular Hat With Young Woman. This smart lint H black velvet with n high crown, the only trimming being a plaited nrontneut of black grosgratn ribbon and a dull silver buckle. Any Thlw H i Hard Reputation to Ktsp Up. The hardest working man on earth la the one who Is expected to uphold HOUSE COMPLETED. a reputation of being the Ufa of tho I have just completed my new party. slaughter house with concrete floor and it Is sanitary In every way. I am now ready to kill your hogi, render lard, make sausage and deliver it all to yoor door. All you have to do is to furnish your lings. Will also kill beeves. Give me a trial. Phone 35 Sam Johnson. SANITARY SLAUGHTER Personal Stationery Optimistic Thought. Virtue not pedigree cbaractcritcs nobility. Out Two Known Roads. Should be Engraved or Embojjcd nowadays. It reflects good taste and There nro only two roads by which any Important goal can be reached sheer strength and perseverance. Goethe.. Franco-PrussiaLosses. Block, In his book, tho "Future ot War,' gives the French losses In tho war ot 1870-7310,449 as follows: prisoners. 21,430 killed In battle; dying from wounds, 14,398. He does not glVH tho German losses, but In killed and wounded tho losses wero about equal between tho two armies. jat once creates a favorable impression. Suppose you come and see the many beautiful samples we have and get our prices. I'M li Central Record. a .bB FOR iaaaj tjaaAaA. aaVarVTW"Vaaaaaaaaj " WWfWff aFilt AAAaaaAaaAaAaA.1 w- -. THE UCSINIH3 OIKI r this good denumber of variation sign flourish. Tho points to Ix'iir In mint are n high crown and nurrow brim, with an upstanding trout trimming set perieudlvularly. Make Your Own Fernery. You can have surcctm with grapefruit needs by taking it few precautions. When pluming these seeds do not keep any that huvu been cut. Then before pin ut lug tbo seeds should be soaked for one day or nt least for half a day. Kill tho receptacle up to within three-quarter- s of an Inch of tho top with dirt mixed with a little sand, on which place tho seeds no thickly that no soil can be seen. Then cover with dirt and keep lu a warm, sunny pluce. wettlug with wanu water, but not too wet. The seeds sprout In about Uvo weeks. Tbey are both beautiful and hardy and need practically tin attention. A I TRY A LOAF OF OUR LITTLE BRITAIN lf The Bread with the Air-Tig- ht and Dust Proof Wrapper. Also Fresh steady. Thanksgiving tlma la coming round. And hare's a pumpkin that we'va found; There's hrapa and heaps of others still Wars In our cornfield on the hllL Uut this Is blggrat of the lot. And ma will cook It In the pot Kor pie and when Thanksslvlnf'a come And dinner's we'll all have some. Thanksgiving Pumpkin. St. Louis, No. .16. Hogs Pigs and Hunts, $6C6; mixed and butchers, $6.2007.05; good heavy, $6.5007.05. Cattle SUady. DnffaJo, Not. 15. Active; veals, $4011.10. Cattle Hog Heavy, $7.4007.60; mixed $7.15 07,80; Yorkers, $6.6007.20; plus $6.15 06.60; roughs. $606.10; stags, $60 I.CO. TelSdo, Not, 18. Wheat $1.18 Si; com, 6So; oata. 9:45 A. M. Bible school. Say If you want to see the "growing, est" thing In town just visit the Sun. day School at the Uaptlst church. Nearly every body was there last Sun. day but you. 11;00 A. M. Preaching service, sub. ject, "Characteristics of a Good Church Member." Some of you backslidden Uaptlst ought to come and be executed Sermon at seven P. M. subject; "How to be truly great." A. J. Pastor Special Orders for Banquets, Parties and Weddings, 3iven Prompt Attention. PIES AND CAKES, BAKED - DAILY. rdy There's turkry. cranberry, pudding and cake And other things that ina will make. Uut when It comes to choose the beet Ua'i pumpkin pie beats all the rset We And the largest pumpkla of all) Bo ple'U he plenty Thankagtvlog day And tbeteTl be two belplo's for me And when the corn's cut every fait Confectionery, Danville, aa4 Clr, .... Incorporated. Oakery and Caterers. Kentucky. t