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Commercial Club Metis Tonight. NUMIKR 3S. HERBERT GULLEY ENDS LIFE CANDIDATE Carbolic Acid Taken With Proves Fatal. t FOR CONGRESS DISTRICT. Suicidal Intent .i IN ELEVENTH HASELDEN BROTHERS Christmas DISPLAY HOLIDAY OP GIFTS. Our entire first floor Is devoted to the display of attractive and useful Gifts, appropriate for Christmas remembrances, when one wishes to give something that Is really useful and practical, as well as ornamental. We never before offered so vast an of attractive articles at such moderate prices. It will surely pay you to walk through this exhibit before making your purchase, and It will undoubtedly suggest something you had not thought of. SANTA COMING To Our Store, Saturday, Dec. 18th, at 2:30. Bring The Children To See Him. fjrass Department. Candlesticks, Umbrella Stands Smoking Sets, Swinging Jnrdenlers, Chafing Dishes, Tpbucco Jars, Jonleniers. Fire Sets, Cuspidors, Dinner Gongs, . Electric Fixtures. Pedestals, Trays, Electroliers. Cut Glass Department. Punch Bowls, Comports, Flower Baskets. Fruit Stands, Moyonoise, Sandwich Plates, Spoon Trays, Rose Bowls. Candle Sticks, 12 Nappies, Flower Vases, Vater Pitchers, Puff Boxes. Ice Teh Glasses. ., Toilet Bottles. Jewel Cases, Creum & Sugar Suits Duinlno Sugar Holders, Vinegar and Olivcoil Cruets, m '" All Sizes of Bowls. Styles of'Tumblers.' ' CHINA WARE. Game Sets, Fruit Bowls. Cake Plates, Salad Bowls, Utility Bowls, China Vases, Cups and Saucers, Pitchers, Dining Room and Decorating Plates. Our Toy Department is the largest shown In Lancaster. Very latest Mechanical Toys, Dolls, Wagons, Velocipedes, Rocking Horses, Irish Malls, Autos, Etc. Sewing, Hill ami Parlor Lamps. Manicure Seta from $1.00 to J IS. 00. Carving Seta 75cta to 115.00. Silver Knlvea, Forks and Spoons. Chests of Silver $8.00 to S25.00. Ingereol Watches $1.00, $1.60, $2.00, $3.00. Pie Servers, Cresm, Sugar, Gravy and Derry Spoons. Toilet Sets in Ivory. Silver ami Enamel. Military Hrusbes. Silver Handle Whisk Ilrooms, Ivory and Pearl Handle PocketKnives. Air littles, Hoy Scout Hides. Hoys Shot Guns. Hunting Coats, Smoking Seta, Clocks and Vases. Sewing Machines, Ststulettes, Shaving Sets, Mugs, Mirrors and Safety Karon. Illcycles and Automobiles, HASELDEN BROS. Lancaster, Kentucky. m A" . J. Herbert Gulley aged about 33 yrs.''e lm really merry Christmas Is ahead oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Oulley, , , j, for the American people. lll." died at his home on Danville street K.caO III II1C UICTCKUI HVIIIUbni trict, subject to the action of the He- C o'clock Sea us for cotton seed meal. Hudson, yesterday afternoon about publican primary next August. It had from the effects of carbolic acid, taken been Hughes and Farnau. reported that he would retire with suicidal Intent, In the bathroon of Uiptlit Ladles Aid will have their his home. He had threatened on several from politics at the end cf his term. bazaar, Saturday December 11th. occasions to end his life, but his jovial and joking nature, had led his friends IT'S A CINCH See the picture exhibit In the Womans to believe that he had no such intenClub room December 12th and 13th. A few moments before five Thai Lancaster Will Get The Government tions. Division No. 3 of the Circle Girls will o'clock yesterday afternoon, he cstled Building. have an exchange, Saturday Dec. 18th. at the room of Mr. Mike Hays, who rooms in the same building and asked All kinds of good things to eat. A special Inspector of the government for a glass which Mr. Hays gave him, The best flour is the cheapest, Uur at the time noticing he held in his left was in the city last week to pass on the work recently contracted for and flour is guaranteed to please. hand an ounce bottle, labeled "poison". Hudson, Hughes and Farnau. Mr. Hays asked what it was and what completed by Mr. Horace Herndun, for the soil Investigation looking toward Philadelphia youngsters are wearing he was going to do, ho replied that he the foundation of the new Government was going to take It, that it was not Building. The work was accepted and signs reading; "Not to be kissed." Henry Ford should get one for his pciinn, but just labeled that way, and Mr. Herndon was complimented upon continued on into the bathroom. In a its completion according to the governEuropean trip. few moments he returned to the room ment contract and specifications. The Cremo Dairy Feed will make your of Mr. Hays and said he had taken the lot fur this building is located on Dancows give more milk. Fur sale by contents of the bottle and that it was ville street, and Is known as the old Hudson, Hughes & Famau. carbolic acid. He laid down on the bed Grant property and a portion of the The Lancaster stores are quite at immediately, and said to Mr. Hays, Presbyterian church property. The tractive (n their gala attire of bright "I'm gone", which were his last option on this site was secured by words. As soon as It was seen that he Judge M. D. Hughes, the local real Christmas colors, holly decoration and had taken the deadly drug, physicians estate mrn and was the only option setinsel in varied hues. were called and antidotes were admins- - emed on any property for the building. The automobile Is a thing of yester tered, but death resulted in less than In the book of estimates transmitted to and maybe of tomorrow ten minutes. day and the House soon after it convened last About 3;30 o'clock he was in the bar Monday, transportation if the develovment of air Secretary of the Treasury, does not Interfere with its permanency. ber shop of Mr. Male House, while McAdoo, asks for $5,000, "for beginthere he asked Mr. House if he ever at A good many vesra ago there was not knew of any one who committed suicide ning work on the new known such a thing as early shopping, by taking carbolic acid and if it was a Lancaster". and the final days before the holiday hard death. Mr. House toldhim the tak season was one grand rush after ing of carbolic acid was a most horrible, STANLEY TAKES OATH. anolhir. painful death, but Herbert calmly reAs Kentucky's Governor. plied; "Well, I am going that way" at "Those stockings are very flimsy". wearing them ma" the same timo showing a bottle of carA beautiful cloudless day in spite of "All the girls are Mr. House remonstrated chilliness, encouraged about fifty "They might do to wear, but they bolic acid. will never do to hang up as a receptacle with him. after which he told him he to take a day ofT and attend wanted to take a bath. Mr. House the inauguration at Frankfort last for Christmas presents, my dear." told him he could go In the bath room Tuesday. They were joined by thous "Shop Early" will be the slognn of but must lenve the bottle with bim, to ands of Kentuckians from all points of the people of Lancaster. All over the that he replied he would just let the the state. The capltol city was gailv country early shopping ia being advo- bath alone and asked for a Bible. He decorated and seemingly every resident cated to eliminate the final rush during was given a Bible and sat calmly read- was ready to welcome the visitors. The Christmas, and Lancaster people are ing it for about ten minutes, then ask- booming of a cannon at the state taking up the movement with a great ed for a pencil and tablet, aaying he arsenal at II o'clock waa the signal deal of seal. wanted to write a farewell note, in for the inaugural parade to start its two A year ago numerous traveling sales which he said no one was to blame but mile march to the Capitol, where on a men wero suffering undesired leisure. himself, for what he was about to do. platform erected near the entrance to A few of them committed suicide. About 13 years ago he married Miss the magnificent building, Judge ShackThis December begins with a prospect Pearl Ross, daughter of Mr. and Mn. elford Miller, Chief Justice of the of the heaviest Christmas shopping David Koss and she together with one Court of Appeals, administered the since 1906, according to New York daughter, Helen, survive. He is also oath of office, making Augustus Owsley wholesalers and retailers. survived by one brother. Mr. L. C. Stanley, governor of Kentucky for Gulley and two sisters, Mrs. Rozella Henry Ford seems to think that peace Dunn of this city, and Mrs. Ike Dunn. term of four years. In his inaugural address, before taking the path of of is a commodity purchasable forsomany of Lexington, flee, Governor Stanley pledged himself dollars, but peace that is peace is not The tragic death of Mr. Gulley was a bought, there are some things even shock to the entire community and the to reduce the state debt, to abolish money will not buy, one is peace in family have the heartfelt sympathy of abuses in the various departments, to promote educational interests and adthis world and the other is peace in the all in their sorrow. vance good roads movement. next. His ambition is noble but thor Funeral services will be at Lancaster oughly impractiable. cemetery, tomorrow morning at ten FACILITIES IMPROVED. Gaby Deslys, the famous French o'clock, conducted by Rev. A. J. Clere, dsncer, who is known aa the "King de- - assisted by Eld. F. M. Tinder. For the past two weeks the ware poser," arrived in New Yoik a few housemen of Lexington have been busy Wanted good fat Turkeys at highest preparing for the opening of the mardays ago, and will be seen this winter H, B. Northcott. on the American stage. She brought market price. ket and on Wednesday all was in readiwith her ao many trunks and hat boxea ness. Since last year two of the thir-- 1 that a huge moving van was necessary teen sales houses have been enlarged CIVIC CARLESSNESS. to can inem to ner notei. selling and the opening of the Did you see your friend toss a news season finds the Lexington market betAn Eastern moving picture concern paper down on the street? It was a handle is looking over Bcurbon county for a little thing and not of any great con- ter prepared than ever before to suitable location for making special sequence. But when everybody, or a the tremendous volume of business pictures of stories of the Bible. It is great number of bodies, do the same which is annually transacted here. While the redrying facilities of the rather strange that some other county thing, it litters up the public places been increased since save the one made famous by Uoutbon and gives the town an appearance of market have not year they were found entirely booza and blooded horses was not chos backwardness and stothfulness and de last adequate to take care of the 66,000,000 en for sacred work of that sort. cay which operates as a detriment in pounds sold here then and will be the minds of all progressive people, for the rehandling of this year's we seldom esteem a thing very ngniy u it costs us nothing. As a especially when these people are from crop, a distance. But instead of throwing matter of fact we esteem it just in the proportion that we have to pay for it. down the papers, and kicking other COMMUNITY XMAS TREE. We know if you do not cure enough for refuse into the street, suppose each Some of the active women of our this paper to pay $1.00 for it you do citizen should make a practice of keep not want it, therefore we will look over ing the town clean and bright and at town are planning to have a "Commun our list and if your paper is stopped tractive, wouldn't It be good for the ity Christmas Tree" during the week eye to see? It's easy to do if we between Christmas and New Year. you win kiiow wny. want to do it. The first tree of this kind was lighted The Central Itecord ia published for but three years ago, in New York city, you. the advertisements are for your CRITICALLY BURNED. The idea was such a splendid one, a benefit and you do not get Its full value John C. Robinson, Jr, son of Mr. and great evergreen sparkling from bottom unless you read every advertisement top with hundreds of tiny electric The advertisers In the Record want to Mrs. John C. Robinson, who reside on to pike, was seriously lights, standing on the public square sell their goods and are bidding for the Lancaster Hun His mother had where everyone could enjoy HI your patronage. While you are read burned yesterday. of towns, all over America in ing this issue, look over the advertise left the room and tho precious child's dreds clothing caught on fire from a open tend to adopt it at this Yuletide. That ments. They will interest vou. grate. Before the blaze could be ex great star that twinkled from the top In connection with his movement "to tinguished his body was horribly burn' most twig of that giant re. must get the boys out of the trenches by sd. A physician was called, who did have shot Its sparks into every corner Christmas," Henry Ford announced everything to alleviate the terrible of our country, it seems. The ministers of the different church that he will spend as many millions as sufferer. The burned child was three are raided to carry on a propaganda years of age, and a remarkably bright es take charge of the exercises during against war preparedness In this and interesting boy. Reports this the week, and the choirs assist leading country and a bureau will be opened morning are that the child's condition the throng In singing, each church takes for this purpose in Washington, under is critical. The many friends of the a different night and carols are sung direction of Oswuld Garrison VUlard of family deeply sympathize with them around it for a week. Mr. W. A reading of this suggestion the New York Evening Post. and earnestly home hope for his com- Farnau after in last weeks paper came in tell us of plete recovery. Dsnville Messenger. Some one says they can conceive of tho one he had seen in Omahs, Neb, but one purpose the Ford peace mission He told of Its beauty, and how every POPULAR PASTOR ILL. will have served should It get as far as one enjored it and he is so anxious for Europe. It will have proven beyond Rev. J. Rockwell Smith, the popular Lancaster to have such a one he said doubt all further discussion or per ad pastor of the Presbyterian church, was he would gladly contribute $5. towards " is merely that the venture taken very III ot appendicitis last Sat- it. Are there others who want it and a mythological personage. To term Mr urday, and Sunday he was tsken to will assist In a material way that Is give Ford's proposed peace mission a "wild Lebanon where hi will be operated on their time and money toward it? Itianot goose chase" would be to dignify it and by his family physician, lie was ac- intended for only the poor of Lancaster, lend It color of plausibility. companied by Mrs. Smith. Dr. Virgil butto be a heartwarming spectacle for we alt get "poor. In Lancaster merchants will have large Klnnaird, Messrs. Edd. Walker and everyone of us, for spirit" during the year's worries, season, and the Christmas Saufley Hughes, and John Farra. stock this Mr. Smith has not only endeared him- troubles and sadness. Little grudges shopper will not find the need of going and hard feelings spilng up in everybeyond their own domain to get what self to his own congregation since livbody. If we would all get together at they want In the line of Christmas pre ing In our midst, but he Is loved and blessed Cbristmastide and strike sents. The early shoppers, however, admired by every man, woman and this opening chords of ''Joy to the will get the pick, but there will be child and many are the prayers for his the World", "Holy Night" and "My speedy recovery. plenty of suitable presents left, It is hard to spare one, even for a Country 'Tis of Thee", all these patty the Immense stocks, wkjch are aside forever. carnl this year. Every merchant in abort time, who bv boththsprecept and thoughts will be laidour voices would Influence of We would join hands, city Is urging early shopolng. be examplespreads abroad tbs night air and the eause of the fact that the early bird Is Godly living, and we hope it will only ring through the still County of Garrard would echo; "Peace more easily tatltjled than the one that be a short time until he Is able to All on earth, Good will to Everybody." his accustomed walk iu life. is oeiaiea. A post-offic- e 1915-191- 6 arr-p- !e "fool-killer- Try our self rising flour. Hughes and Famau. Hudson, Congressman Caleb Powers stated i i hp "Tj? ti . 1 . See Our Line Of I Butcher Knives, Sausage Wills, Lard Presses. Our sport goods will be interesting to you. 1 i i I Conn Brothers. LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. 1 A Merry Christmas. We have just received our Christmas Line of t& HAVILAND AND HAND PAINTED AND DECORATED CHINA, g 5$ Also a Nice Assortment of Glassware. You are cordially invited to come and inspect our stock, & Theo Currey. hk awW aK. atTtV .MaI.V aWh ustas. tfftWw D. A. THOMAS. B, L. ELKIN, Tobacco Housed. 1 Protect your labour and rental by Insuring your TOBACCO. Rates reasonable. See 1 THOMAS & ELKIN, Agents. OLD dry mm I I j I Have attained a famous reputation by their Light Running, being Substantially Built, Safely Guaranteed and long years of service. I k I W. J. ROMANS. I Lancaster, Ky. Jjj Page 2 t. u. miluuim. rresiiienc. The Central Record, Thursday Dec 9, 1915. i. j. uukii&, vice-preside- UK. u. II. VAUGIIT, Secretory. E. DEATHERAGE, Biggest in Price Trensurer. Biggest in Amount of Sales Biggest in Floor Space. MADISON TOBACCO WAREHOUSE INCORPORATED. Near L. & A. Depot. DIRECTORS: -- E. C. Million. T. CAPITAL, $40,000.00. T. Telephone 156. MARION COY. J. Curtis. Dr. C. II. V AUGHT. J. SMITH. J. M. HADEN. E. DEATHERAGE. The Madison Tobacco Warehouse will open for the first sale of Tobacco, Thursday, December 2nd. Will receive tobacco any time before this date that you wish to bring It. We are oldest Loose Leaf House the In this city, have been Independent at all times and expect to remain so. Our five years experience under the same management is worth much to yeu. who sell tobacco. Elmer Deathernfie will bo the manager giving all his time to you. Everybody who knows him, knows that he is n hustler, and usually gets a little better price than the other fellow. Julian Million will be his able assistant, and Jess Cobb, our auctioneer, there is none better than Jess, you can understand every bid made when Jess is selling. Our buying force will be larger than last year, and every concern represented on other markets we expect here. If our dealings with you of Garrard County, hnvc been fair nnd honest, if we hnve pleased vou in the manner that we have conducted your business, why would you wish to try on experiment. Experiments cost dearly some times. You wont the very best price for your tobacco, this we propose to get you. this you ore entitled to. We thank you for post patronage, this you hnve given us freely, for five years we have sold more tobacco than all other houses combined on this market. We know you hnve confidence In us, our Instincts vslll lc conducted In such n 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 n line on prices. The crop in Garrard is a fine one nnd we expect to secure some very high crop overages for you this season. Thanking you ogdln. MADISON BOURBON Trcrc ntt and Curt TOBACCO rnooooooj I WAREHOUSE ooaQQOQa oo ooo CO., RICHMOND, KENTUCKY. MEDICI PRINTS. ROOM, DECEMBER HOG CHOLERA REMEDY ooa It dettrort diifiK terms, refulatci the bowels, aids dice it ion and causes hoes to ftttcn auicklr. Use it la the feed and drink and tour hogs wilt never have cholera. Costs only 5c a month for each hog. Don't wait until they get sick. Begin giving your hogs this medicine sow and keep them fret from worms and disease. At All Druggists BOURBON BCIIEDY COMTA.'SY. L.xUtffoa, CHOLERA, WORMS, COUGH, THUMPS. blUU lie ITUIIIclllS ni..u (Edited By Tbe Woman, Club) H I Ji Ij. Sold in Lancaster, Ky., by J. R. Mount, Son & Co. AN EVENING OF PLAYS , . The study hour of last week conducted by Mrs. Frank Marksbury on the lives and work of Women artists was full of Interest, the one tomoirow, con ducted by Mrs. J. W. Elmore, promises to be equally as interesting. The work of women's clubs centers chiefly around the child. Why are club women interested in establishing art as sociations, in raisins the popular taste in music, in securing better civilservice regulations, cleaner cities and towns, in conserving natural resources, in Improv ing educational conditions, in learning how to be more efficient ho me makers. and in all tnat pertains to public health? The answer is, because they are con cerned for the child, the citizens of to morrow, and are desirous of surround' ing him with better living conditions. ine womans club wants to help you develop the artistic nature of your child and that Is why an effort was made BY THE Expression Department OF THE and care of him in a system of educa Ladies AM Society at Manse School tion, though puritanically stern, found houso on Saturday Dec. 18th. Everyone ed on high principles of wisdom and invited to attend. righteousness. Lime, Sand, Cement, Urick, Hock EXHIBIT AT WOMANS CLUB Napoleon's mother not only possessed screenings, wood fibre plaster etc. a superior mind and deep piety, she SCHOOL PA1NTEII Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. was a Ceroine who could look in the Italian de'llarbari, J. Mr. Frank Moore while hunting on face of physical danger without wink- Saturday, Italian Ilellini, G, happened to a very painful ing. Italian Ilotticelli accident. On getting over the fence, The mothers of Patrick Henry, Dan- his gun was Carpacoio, V. Italian accidently discharged, the iel Webster and Henry Clay were disCima, da Italian charge penetrating his foot. He is tinguished for their conversational now Italian Corregglo getting along nicely. powers. The mother of Wesley was Italian diCredl. L. On Friday evening last, while start-in- c distinguished for her intellectual pow Giorgione Italian a fire with coaloll. Mra. f:n C.r. ers and executive ability, so that she Giorgione Italian ner, not seeing anv fire in the stove. It ha beon called "the mother of MethoItalian Giotto being covered with cinders, poured oil dism." Italian Llppl. F. The debt which the United States on it. and there not being any blaze, Italian Mantegna, A. owes to the mothers of its good citizens caused an exnlosion. and she was badlv Italian Mantegna, A. cannot be expressed either In words or burned on the arms and hanis but Is Italian diPredis in figures. It Is a debt on which the getting along nicely now. 13. 14- - SUIUECf 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. The Annunciation Ufflzi. Madonna Enthroned Portrait of a Man S. Francis am the lllrda Assiil. The Holy Family Uffizl Madonna, Child and Cherubim Ilrera. S. George LANCASTER GRADED SCHOOL. MKS. W. R. TODD, Director. Friday, December 10th, 1915, at 7:45 P. fll. to secure the prints of famous pictures. These pictures will be on exhibition the 13 and 14th for only ten cents. The Lexington Leader says of them; "The unexcelled attendsnce during the Jerry A Leader in Mischief Henry Moore. exhibit of the Medici prints was a great , Joe Ready to Follow Walker Robinson. encouragement to the promoters of the ell Fed Ben Kavanaugh. museum, and an effort will be made to Rose A Drowsy Dreamer Ruth Taylor. get more prints in tho near future," Pan,y (Francis Grant. Willing Conspirators i Evenings are getting longer and the ( Lucile Beazley. Violet ) question of how to make the home at Miss Soe Kross Teacher Isabella Sanford. tractive for the children during the long winter months again confronts every parent who ii not indifierent to the social ana moral good of the child . Dorothy ) ( Ruth Carrier, ren. in me summer outdoor lire pre Young Ladies in the Seminary Alice . ! Bernice Champ, i .. ( Christine Sanders vails, but In the winter, it is different Mildred ) Then, especially, in town outdoor Harold ) ( Geo. Swinebroad, art confined mainly to the streets V Undergraduates of a College Near Tom Val Cook, and for many reasons the streets are Jack ) (Jas Tinder. not desirable playgrounds. Something ) Miss Ophelia Judkins, ) Mildred Beazley. I then should be donr to make the child Of the Faculty ) Will Kice Amon. ren contented to spend the majority of Prof. Emilius Edgerton J t Kath!en-Ma- id Katherine Bourne. their evenings at home. To achieve Jonas Seminary Man Wallace Cotton. that some things have to be considered. If the parents spend most of their nights from home tney will find their children having no love for the home. OLD AND NEW WAY Miss Serena Smart Elma Rigsby. Not only that, but they will find those Miss Margaret Bright . Marietta King. same children, through their parent's TO TREAT CATARRH Hetty Maid Mamie Stormes Dunn. neglect, forming undesirable companion; Mr Forlorn Fidgets Wm. F. Miller. snip, ine moral is evident; give the Breathing a Germ Killing Air Endorsed children your society, be chummy with Admission 25cts. Children 15 cts. Bjr Aclual Results. them and brighten the room and the home life, and don't forget to let your No Reserved Seats. The discovery of Hyomelhss wrought children bring their friends to tho house! from titpe to time for a pleasant evenj B wonderful change in the treatment of catarrh. ing. Prior to three years ago the mede cines ordinarily employed in the cure of Just suppose the women of each this disease were drugs, sprays, lotions county school district In Kentucky etc. In some instances they benefited would band themselves into a civic im but the improvement was notlasting. provement society with the general Announcing With Hyomei you lake into the air K purpose of beautifying the school house passages of your throat and head a grounds and the roadsides in their balsamic air that goes Into the minu several districts. Juat suppose they test cells, and Bhould effectually kill all would enlist the school teachers and germs and microbes of catarrh. Its pupils of their several districts and give purpose Is to enter the blood with tho at least one day of each month to plant ox)gen, killing the germs in the blood, ing and caring for trees about tne old and restore health to the whole system. school house and gronnds, putting out Many astonishing testimonials have need thin practical, expert Information. ornamental shrubbery about tne house been helped by Hyomei. Whether you own or Intend to plant a few trees or a thousand. It Is Infor. and shade trees alorg roadside; anl A complete outfit is Inexpensive and mat loo that will tavo you time, tabor and money. Get It Simply send ut your suppose they would follow up this includes an inhaler, dropper and sulll Dime and address on tbe coupon or on a postal. It you prefer. "ft e will pladly mall you & free copy everywhere are eettlntr prodfcloua work for the next ten years; don't ycu cient Hyomei for several weeks' treat of our New Catalog an 11 x 8 la. book crops and large cash profits from crops suppose that the effect upon the minds ment, o( yournr, thrifty, ttnuttn titark liru'a that Is simply packed with hints that will enable you to secure bumper crps trees- that empbdftlse the truth and morals of the people would justify of finest (mil and sell them at top Perhaps the strongest evidence that odboas m' Stark Trees Hear Fruit, marctpn cs. Thewh lebookii filed lleau uljfesiv, photos the effort. can be given to doubters, Is the fact with fai - that will Interest aoi instruct cl leiMini: fruits all thruuuh Uio book, r you facts about bow And don't you suppose that there-su- it that It. E. Mcltoberts has so much faith bend for your copy today to would add materially to the cash in Hyomei that he sell every package Mo. value ef every home in the district! under a positive guarantee to refund Read It and learn about the new fruit Gtlm.i fioMm-t- he tree development Don't you suppose that the shade trees the money If it does not relieve. tree triumph of titark Uro's lonr i. en mat retina collar rot." tjet tne Mew fury of bucccss the "Double-Liteabout the school house would make It Facta about "bt.rk Uellcloui." Stark Early Blberta, and all the latest more comfortable as well as more atJ, H. Hal FONSO. Rachel, Static Lincoln alio I'ear. titark tractive to the young folks, and is it Montuiorency Cberrr. Mammoth Mold Hum nnd ail the other lamou. Mark . not just possible that the knowledge of Mrs. Uelle Henderson has returned urg atruite.DertletaDdotnamcotait. horticulture and Its associate branches after a delightful trip to Iirodhead. thus gained in early life would be found Uur New Catalog; Stark Master William Simpson Mooro has rs both useful and profitable in later) ears? FREEj'-'-- rr quite recovered from a serious Illness, v cover with uenutiful pho- - a. . W?S LDuUianaIo. lOKraDUS Mlsres Margaret, Eva and Dora Jiart mi th4 There never was a truer saying: Scott arc expected home . Marmitir iruauia for the pctpiud, rour iw L.ke mother like son". Sir Walter I aud addrvss. CuW. laUkatf just , hew fruit v row wra ere Scott's mother was a superior woman Stark Bro s M jwwow. rcwrabrs.Br akina Mr. J. W. Palmer is the guest of his Upt. A eT a lover of poetry and painting. t Ira eta I eiPMt to plftot Uyron worst enemy was his mother aunt and uncle Mr. and Mrs. K. W, Num.. proud and She reviled Palmer, Miss Lucile Lackey has returned him as "a lame beast." lie replied, "I home after a delightful stay with friends was born so, mother," Rusxin acknowledged without stint and relatives at Klchmond. tbe debt he owed to his mother's love There will be u Bazaar given by the Little Miss Van Winkle. Bob-W- ),., A Case of Suspension. pass-tim- republic can only pay the Interest In terest that exists in the manifestation of an reverence for American motherhood; for with all its magnificent resources' and with its fcMO.OOO.OOC.OOO of wealth it li too poor to make even a feeble attempt to pay the principal. Mothers have trained our statesmen. Washington was only eleven years old when his father died, leaving his moth er, Mary Washington, with five children to educate and direct, The little man ual in which she wrote ull her maxims of religion and morality was preserved by Washicgton as one of ois most val ued treasures, of which he says; "Was consulted by me mt,ny times in after life." A French general, .on retreat Ing from the presence of Mary Wash' ington, remarked: "It is not surprising that America should produce great men since she can boast of such mothers". How Lincoln reverenced his mother is told by all his biographers. He imputed his best qualities to inheritance from Nancy Hanks. General Grant's mother went into i room at a certain hour of each day dur ing the war to pray for her Ulysses. The future of America is In the hands of the mothers. In her office the moth' er holds thekey of the soul; she It Is who stamps the coin of character and it Is to her America Is indebted for her great men. g MARKSBURY Miss Eugenia Pollard is confined to her bed with influenza. Mr. Jno. Pruitt attended the meeting Sunday. Miss Nettie Lee Kemper has been threatened with pneumonia. Miss Menvil Uugie was in Danville the first of the week shopping. Messrs Tom Chesnut and Itobert Fox attended the inauguration, Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. lien Hughes and Miss Delia Itice Hughes spent Sunday with Mrf. Margaret Sutton. Genuine Kanawha salt. Does not harden in the barrel. Hudson, Hughes and Farnau. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hiirclns have returned from Crab Orchard where they have been visiting her Darents. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Smith. Miss Sutton, the treasurer of thn Ladies Workinj: Society: wants all who owe the society, including dues and other debts, to please pay "right now" as in another week the book will be closed. , Italian Italian Pisanello Raphael Ileatrice d'Este Vision of S. Euitaco Madonna In Green Madonna delta Tenda Madonna delta Colonna Madonna Granduca The Crucifixion Youthful Gian Galeazzo Madonna of the Cherries Ilacchus and Ariadne The Tribute Money Sacred ami Profane Love Duke of Norfolk Portrait of a Man Monna Lisa The Last Supper " " " " " " " Venice. Milan. London. Vienna. Munich. " y Italian Italian Ilerlln. Pittl. Petrogrsd. London. Vlenns. Venice. Dresden. Rome. Sua nil. U. Titian Pittl. Louvre. Milan. Edinb. Italian Engliih English da Vinci. L. Gainsborough Engliih English English Hoppner Lawrence Raeburn Romney Dutch. Dou Flemish & Dutch, Van Eyck Flemish & Dutch, Hale, Franz Flemish: Flemish & Dutch, de Hooch, P. Flemish & Dutch, Meding Flemish & Dutch, Rebrandt Duches of Devenihlre The Hon. Mrs. Grahame Sackville Children Georgina Lennox Ilov with a Rabbit Lady Hamilton The Herring Seller TrypUch Altarplece Wm. van Heythuyaen The Laughing Cavalier A Dutch Interior Dutch Courtyard The Dukn of Clevea Sweeping Girl The Holy Family A Young Warrier An Old Pole The Painter's Sons A Prince of Demark Maria Lulsa de Tatsie. S. Luke drawing tho Virgin The Admonition George Gisze Dresden. ' London. London. London. London. Who Wins. The majority of our neoole took ad. vantage of the fine spell of weather last week and killed hogs. Now the hated ordeal has passed they are glad it will not occur again for a whole year but they have about forirotten the hardi time in the enjoyment of the toothsome fresh meat. Rernbrandt Rembrandt Rembrandt Flemish Flemish Flemish Flemish German & Dutch, Rubens & Dutch, Suitermans & Dutch, Van Dyke & Dutch, van der Weyden Glasgow. Pittl. Munich French Spanish Chardin Holbein, Hans Velasquez Hrrlln. Infanta Margarita Teresa Vienna. Capl. Itartoloiitnaneus Hetro Ilerlln. Catarrh and Catarrh a Brcat achievement. atMost people would be well and happy were it not for catarrh. 1 1 is worth ten years of any one's life to learn how. to get rid of catarrh. Colds Relieved S3 To Be Rid I rl sI GS. j right. T)iriv V PE-RU-N- A will show you, much quicker than any one could tell you, how to get rid of catarrh. THE PERUNA CO, Columbus, Ohio Mrs. Emma Gannon, 107 E. South St., Kewanee, Ills., writes: "For fifteen years I had catarrh of the head and stomach. I could hardly walk. My attention wan called to The Ills of Life.' I read It through. Then bought a bottlo of 1'eruna, I am entirely well now." you How to Grow Bigger Crops of Superb Fruit FREE I We have all kinds of Lum-- j ber and our prices are 1 A.H.Bastin&Son The Southern Railway is the direct line to Asheville,Aiken,Augusta,Char-leston- , Columbia, Savannah, Summer-vill- e and other southern resorts. i natural-colo- r Stark Bro's Nurseries at Louisiana, " Uro'a-trow- Florida home-seeker- KIT jr f 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 o Asheville, and from Asheville to Jacksonville. The trip via Asheville is through "The Land of the Sky ",thc only scenic route to Florida. Very low s' fares and winter tourists' fares now in effect; with stopovers and other special features, Oct full Information and fates from tho ucai aouinern Agent, or wiue to 5T- - 1.1 4 h ty Y l tfi "'D o oouinern Kaiiway jA B.H.TodJ.DIitrlctPai.enierAgent.LouI.ville.Ky. rv. TflN PXSAf.'fff CAKffSP Or TNI SOUTH The Central Record, Thursday Dec 9, 1915 ft 2 Page 3 Home Loose Leaf Tobacco Warehouse INCORPORATED. iiciiioisrr). Open to receive Tobacco November 29th. First Sale, COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF LAND. GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. PiaintilT, Sallle Lou Myeri, No Comraiulon Writ. Thursday, part is 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 beforeget in line and we will make you a satisfied customer too. referred Commissioner' s description. to for a sale purpose of Sale Of Land. dehts oftheAlbert the snd smong The GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. Albert Huffman's Adm'r., et al. Plaintiffs, VS. excluded which Is bounded in said deed, more specific said is to pay the Huffman, deceased, proceeds divide remaining heirs-at-laof said Huffman of said Huffman. end to settle the estate Cal-Sino IE HORSE RESTORATIVE. ts a real medicinal powder, a health and itrcnatb promoter.made eiprrtslr to core catarrh of the bow.li (indicated by cloudr urine, offensive .tools mixed with undigested grainy .tarred appearance, etc. Tablespoon do.ei rid the ijittm of catarrhal wane tn.tter and KNOCK'S out UOKMS. Try It ot.ee. you'll use It always. 60c cans; II pound palls fiOO. ' CAU8I.NO COLIC CURE lives quick ralltf without .topping the bowels like moit others do. Small doses; no drenching. SU dose bottle Vs si dole bottle 11.00. ARE YOU HUNGRY? If so call at to Pay Li vs. TERMS. The sale will be made on a credit of six and twelve months and the purchaser will be required to execute bond with approved security for the purchase price, due in six and twelve months respectively and bearing interest at the rate of six per cent per annum from date until paid, having the force and effect of a Judgment, upon which execution may Issue, payable to W. II. Brown, Master Commissioner of the Garrard Circuit Court, and a lien will be reserved upon the property sold un til all tne purchase money is paid. 3ki4at T.i. I" PrK. xj IZJL if araV M. Sabel & Sons LiiUM tua LOUISVILLE. KY. a I Court Dajt. Monday. I'arii, lit, Monday. Frankfort, lit. Monday. lUrrodiburg, l.t, Monday. Islington, 2nd. Mondiy. Stanford, 2nd.Monday. Shelbyyllle. 2nd. Monday. Carlisle. 2nd. Monday. DanTllle, 3rd. Mondf- -. LawrenceburK, 3rd. Monday Nlcholatrille. 3rd. Monday. Mt, SUrlinK. 3rd. Monday. Somnt, 3rd. Monday. Georgetown, 3rd. Monday. LANCASTER. 4th. Monday Wlnchclter, 4th. Monday. Montlctllo. 4th. Monday. Vanalllta. 4th. Monday. County Hlchmond. lit. L. &N Train Schetfele At Luculer, ly. ARRIVE. No 10: C.OOJa. m. To Mayiyllle, connecting at Hlchmond with L & N to Frankfort A Loultvlllc; at Wincheater with C & O to Lexington & Frankfort, Mount Sterling & Aahlind, at I'arii to Cincinnati. No 71:8:35 a. m. To Kowland & Stanford connecting at Kowland, L & N to all pointa South No 28; 11:04 a. m. To Hlchmond, connecting N to Irvine & Ueattyville. & Cincinnati. Middleiboro & No 70; 11:50 a. m. To Hlchmond. connecting with L & Lexington Knoxville. with fait train to Cincinnati. No 27; 2:09 p. m. To Louliville, connecting at Lebanon Junction to Elizabethtown & Howling Green, and at Uardatown Junction to Barditown & Springfield. No 9; 8:42 p. m. To Stanford, connecting with fait rain to Drlitol & Atlanta. Time Table. Southern Rail Road. Danville, Ky. North-boun- the beginning. Also to be deducted the following boundary: Beginning at a stake in the middle of the stable on the South side of the No. 10 Cincinnati Express, turnpike road, to a new corner: thence 4:30 a.m N 37) E 22 poles; thence S 60 E poles daily S 14 W 43.4 poles N 16) W 28.08 to the Spe No. 4 beginning, corner containing 2 acres 1 0:03 a.m. rood and 6 poles. cial, dally .,No.,28 Dlua Grata Special, The purpose of said sale is to divide of dally except Sun6;08 sum. the proceeds among the Isaac Myers and Joint owner as their No. 14 Carolina Special, appears. interest daily ....7:00 a.m TERMS. No. 6 Local Express, dally 1:35 p.m The sale will be made on a credit of six and twelve months and the purNo. Limited, 6:20 p.m. chaser will be required to execute bond daily with approved security fcr the purchase No. 12 Royal Palm, dally.. 6:37 p.m price, due in six and twelve months respectively, and bearing Interest at No, 6 L o c a 1 Express, the rate of six per cent per annum paid, having the force 11:05 a.m. from date until Judgment dally and effect of a upon which No. 11 Royal Palm, dallyll:20 a.m. execution may issue, payable to W. II. No. 1 New Orleans LimBrown, Master Commissioner of the 11:35 a.m. Garrard Circuit Court, and a lien will ited, daily be reserved upon the property sold unNo. 13 Carolina Special, til all the purchase money is paid. 10:15 p.m. dally W. H. BROWN. M. C. G. C. C No. 8 SpeR. II. Tomllnson, Attorney for l'lfT, , . ...11:35 p.m. Capt, A. M. Bourne, Auctioneer. cial, daily Miss Sallle Lou Myers, Administrator No. 0 Florida Spe of I, N. Mysrs, will cial, dally 11:52 p.m. and place sell to the at the same time highest and best no. 27 Blue Grun Spebidder a lot of horses, cattle, farming and kitchen cial, dally except implements, house-holSunday, arrives.. 8:15 p.m. furniture and various other articles too Terms made For ratei, routei and Information numerous to mention. known on day of sale. call upoa or address M. J. Coughlln, Sallle Lou Myers, Admr. agent; 'phone 340. I. M. Myers, Deceased. heirs-at-laSouth-bound Hallle Myeri Ware, et al, Defendant!. Pursuant to a judgment rendered at the November Term 1915, the under-aignCommissioner will sell at public auction to the highest and best bidder, on the premise! on the Buckeye pike about two mites Northeast of Lancas ter. Ky.. at 11 o clock. A. M. or thereabouts, on THUR3DAY. DECEMBER 23. 1915, the real estate mentioned in the plead-ing- i and described as follows: Located in Garrard County. Kentucky. and bounded as follows: On the Buck eye turnpike, beginning at a stake in Speeds liranch the West side of the Lancaster and Buckeye road, corner to the part of the Flanery land bought by Fisher and Herring; thence crossing said pike diagonally N 22 E 67 poles to a stake on the North side of same; thence crossing said pike, N 61 E 35 poles to a atone, old Buckeye corner; thence crossing Speeds fork N 65 W 6 poles to the middle of said pike; thence witn the middle and meanders of same N 631 E 78 poles N 43, E 24 poles N 48 E 24 poles ti 43J E l poles to a point In the middle of same; thence N 47 W 8 poles to the end of a stone fence, where another stone fence I s found, corner to Jennings; thence crossing said pike Speeds fork N. 65 E 29 poles to a atake near a stone fence, and elm corner to Burdett; thence line to same 3 21 E 14 poles to a black walnut stump, comer to same; thence S 3) W 114 poles to a sugar tree stump, at the end of a atone fence to same and Mat tie Burdette; thence line to same S 64) W 19.32 poles to a box alder, corner to Arnold; thence S 38 V 38.41 polea to a lynn corner to same; thence S 26 W 731 Doles to a stono comer to same; thence S i E 70 poles to a atake, corner to Mrs. Wilds; thence line to same S 49 W 26.60 poles to a sugar tree, corner to same and J. M. Duncan. S 55, W 44 poles to a stone in said line a new corner to the part bought by Fisher and Herring; thence new line to same; thence N 281 W 49 poles to a stone on East side of or near drain; thence down same with east side N 62 W 19 poles to a stone on a small point N 42 W 49.40 poles to a atone near the forks of a drain; thence down same on the east side N 22 E 25 poles to a stone N 8 W 59 poles to the beginning containing 221 acres 1 rood and 21 poles. From this is deducted 75 acres and 12 poles which Is bounded as follows: Beginning at a stake in the branch, corner to Arnold; thence with Arnold S i E 70 poles to a stake, corner to Mrs. Wilds; thence her line S 49 W 26.60 poles'to a sugar tree, corner to same and John Duncan; thence his line 621 W 44 poles to a stake, in the line corner to Fisher and Herring; thence line of same N 28 W 49 poles to a stone on East side of drain; thence down same on East side N 621 W 19 poles to a stone between the pike and a drain; thence down same in a branch on the Eiat side of same N 22 E 25 poles to a stono N 8 W 69 poles to a stone In Speeds Fork on the South side of the Lancaster and Buckeye road, corner to Usher and Herrieg; thence down said creek, N 32, E 12 poles to a stone on South side of the plka about 2 feet South of the stone fence, a new corner; thence a new line S 16) E 25 poles to a stake a new comer; thence another new line S 73) E 114.1 poles to W. H. BROWN, M. C. G. C. C. L. L. Walker. Atfy for Plffs. ed as follows: Two tracts of land in Garrard Countv. Capt. A. M. Bourne, Auctioneer. Kentucky, on the waters of Sugar v.reek adjoining eacn other, the first People Ask Us v tract was conveyed toAlbert Huffman by Stone Executors by deed dated Julv TOiai Is the best laxative? Years of the 31st. 1877, and recorded in Deed experience in selling all kinds leads us to always recommend Book No. 2. page 504. Garrard County Clerk'a office and bounded as follows: Beginning at a mulberry on a branch, a corner to O. S. Williams and also to as too safest, surest and most aatiaf y. lot No. 2 in the division of the landed Sold only by us, 10 ccaU estate of Smith Stone bought by Wm. R. E. McRobsrta Baughman; thence down the branch with its meanders N 66 E 18 poles N 491 E 20 poles to a stake on the South side of said branch Just below a amall HANDLING OF HOLIDAY MAIL black walnut, comer to said Williams; For the information and guidance of thence N 841 E 12 4.10 polea to a large Spanish oak stump and smsll buckeye those mailing packages during the sapling, corner to Bettie Thorton; Christmas holidays, Postmaster Brown thence her line S 41) W 40 poles to a following instructions, stake near a poplar pointer 3 67 W 48 has issued the poles to a stone at a hackberry S 34) E which he said should be observed In 60 poles to a buckeye at a spring S 48) order to expedite the handling of the E 34 poles to a bunch of lynn sprouts great man of mail matter at Christmas in or near the head of a hollow; thence time: down same with its meanders S 62) E "Prepay postage fully on all parcels. 30) poles S 37) E 14 poles S 49 E 23 poles to a stake, in a branch one half a Address parcels fully and plainly. pole below a back walnut; thence up Place name and address of sender on said branch S 41 W 40 poles S 49) W 16 all matter. Pack articles carefully and poles to a stake at the foot of a hill on wrap them securely, but do not seal the South side of the branch, corner to Hcbt. Stone on line to Isaiah Shearer; them, as sealed parcels are subject to thence Shearer line N 69) W passing postage at the letter rate. his corner and thence on same course "Mail parcels early. They may be with Huffman in all 160 poles to a marked, 'Do not open until Christmas'. stake on said Huffman line and a new Insure valuable parcels. corner to lot No. 2, said stake In a "Written inscriptions such as 'Merry drain 'or gulley; thence new line to Baughman N '30 E 101 poles to the Christmas, "Happy New Year,' With middle of a large flat rock in the West Best Wishes' and numbers, names or edge of a branch or drain: thence down same with Its meanders N 32) E 20 letters for purposes of description are poles to a sycamore standing in the permissible additions to parcel post forks of a branch; thence down same mall. Other written additions subject with Its meanders N 82J E 23.1 poles to the parcel to letter postage. a stake on North bank of the branch "Communications prepaid at the first N 89 E 11 poles N 63 E 16 poles to the beginning, containing 92 acres, 3 class rate may be sent with parcels rate, proroods and 30 poles. prepaid at the fourth-clas- s There is excluded from this boundary vided they are placed in envelopes seabove set out three and three fourths curely attached to the outside of paracres of land sold by Albert Huffman cels. to Isaiah Shearer by deed dated Sept. "Great care should be exercised to 16th, 1877, and recorded in said clerk's office in Deed Book No. 3, page 248, see that packages are properly wrapped and said deed is referred to for more and parked and that packages containspecific description of srid excluded ing fragile articles arc marked, boundary. 'Fragile.' Such packages are handled The second tract was purchased by Albert Huffman by deed from J. A. with extra care to prevent damage and Albert Huffman's Heirs, et al, Defendants. Pursuant to a Judgment rendered at term, 1915, the underthe November signed Commissioner will sell at public auction to the highest and best bidder, before the Court House door in Lancaster, Kentucky, at 11 o'clock A. M.. or thereabouts, on MONDAY, DECEMBER 27. 1915, it being the first day of the Garrard County Court Term the real estate mentioned in the pleadings and describ The TurizsLVi for a nice Lunch, also Everything in Soft Drinks 1G DG DE1G E iJ enre distemper and couchs. and when given with Cal.Slno Tonic (Stroncl will cure all cnreable eases of llraves. Large bottlells oa Mc DISTKMPKR. COU01I AND HKAVK IIKMK.DY will poil-tlrel- y Draw A Check HI C.C.& J. E.ST0RMES, Druggist LANCASTER, KY. 83 for the money you owe and note how much more res- THE PIVOTAL QUESTION. Said Joe to Sam in fierce debate Upon the woman queition. "You've answered well all other point. Now here's my last suggestion: When woman goes to cast her vote-So- me miles away, it may be Who, then, I ask, will stay at home To rock and tend the babyl" pectfully your creditors re gard you- - They like to do businass with a man who has an account at the Gimrtl Bank i Trust Go. They know he is doing business in a busiress like way. Better open such an account even if your affairs are not large. They will grow all right. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company "I own you've makemyease Appear a little breezy. Suppose you put this question by, And ask me something easy) Yet, since the matter seems to turn On this, as on its axis. Just get the one who rocked it when She went to pay her taxes!" Said Sam, LOW FARES FOR THE CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS. Special Reduced Fares via QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE TICKETS ON SALE DEC. 17. 18, 23, Jefferson 'School TWO TUllLVL LLJ1. 11th TUf DSMtg Oct. 1. NtCa trrm Jass.S. Fratliatrf (or batri la UiUtrsj. AersMtoMrourUsuidllrc BarvsMi. elt-hlTuition librftrlft, POUrl-FT- f 0 Law. 24, AND 25. Good returning to reach original starting point before midnight, January 10th, 1916. Ask Ticket Agent for Particulars. TboJ JtsCenwa DJJOIT esuil fesufacgn prtu!. tor .i.cirrf iHloton IcblB f lltll retvl M frauue, wr. f t PENNEBAKER, Sc:"y, LomirDlt, Kf. W. A. BECKLER, General Passenger Agt., Cincinnad.O STOP AT OUR IT WILL SUPRISE AND PLEASE YOU that many items of JEWELRY in our stock are vwy moderetely priced. We discourage the purchasing of "cheap" Jewelry, hut are always glad to ofler merchandise at low prices when this does not mean inferior quality. We have a complete line 'of fine diamonds and precious stones, Watches, Jewelry and Silverto find ware. GARAGE When in Danville Work and Prompt Service by Expert Mechanics. Good line of Tires. Everything In Automobile Accessories. Complete Bratton and wife dated the21st of Dec, 1909. and recorded In said clerk office in Deed Book No. 25. page 264, and is bounded as follows: Beginning at a point in the middle of the Sugar Creek (West prong) opposite the mouth of a drain a corner to the 100.2 acres sold byJobMarseto Tom Doolln; thence leaving the creek and with lines to said 100.2 acres S 19 E passing up said drain 7.60 chains to a stake on the East bank of ssld drain and near mouth small of the up last named a drain S 85 Edrain 5.25 thence chains to a black walnut on east side of drain and near head of drain; thence South 61 E 12.95 chains to a atake on East bsnk of another drain; thence down said drain S. 69 E. 7.25 chains to a leaning sycamore at forks of drain, corner to ssld Doolln and to Albert Huffman; thence down the drain with meanders and with said Huffman N 86 E 5.77 chains N 89 E 2.75 chains N 651 E 4.27 chains to an old mulberry on North bank of drain, old comer to Harve Warren tract; thence still down drain and including said tract N 68 E 4.60 chains N 62) E 4 25 chains N 361 E 6.25 chains N 68 E 1.68 chains S 72) E 3.50 chains to a point on West bank of sugar creek at mouth of drain, corner to Chas. William; thence up said creek N ICf W. 7 chains to a point on Northeast side of creek; thence still up creek N 82 W 13 chains N 85 W 8.20 chslns N 79 W 8 chains to a stake on North bank or side of creek corner to Mrs. Lavton: thence S 5) W of a chain to middle of creek and up and with middle of creek W. 14) chains to a stake and sycamore stump S 60 W 9.45 chains to the beginning, containing 80.3 acres. There is to be excluded from this 2nd tract 15 acres of land sold by Albert Huffman to Scott Huffman by deed dated 22 day of Sept 1913, recorded in said Clerk's office In Deed Book 32, page 281, and said 77-1- a great many of the complaints of damage to this class of matter are the result of failure of the sender to properly marK same." A TREACHEROUS TROUBLE The Way Lancaster People Are Shown Out. In our Art Repair Department, recentely re- Kidney diseases are very dangerous. They come on silently, gain ground rapidly and cause thousands of deaths that could have been prevented by proper treatment In the beginning. Nature gives esrly warnings of kidney disease -- backache, twininges of psin when stooping of lifting, headaches and urinary disorders. If these symptoms are unheeded, there is grave danger of dropsy or possible Bright's disease. Doun'a Kidney Pills have earned a reputation for their effectiveness Is kidney troubles, and are known and reLancascommended the world over. ter reaerds should find convincing proof in the following statement. It's from a citizen of this locality. R. C. Faulkner. R. F. D. No. 2. Box 134, Paint Lick, Ky., ssys: "I suffered for some time from a weak back. A drill pain through my loins gave me much trouble. I learned about Doan's They Kidney Pills and used them. soon removed the aches and pains." Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't simremedy get ply ask for a kidney same that Doan's Kldnsy Pills-t- he 'Foster-Milbur- n Mr. Faulkner bad. Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. Pre,stPlite .Service. MITCHELL & moved from Brussels, Belgium, we restore fine antique China and Porcelain and old Paintings. This is the only shop of Us kind in the United States. SHACKELFORD. Second Street. Phone 124. Victor Bogaert Co., ESTABLISHED 133-13- 1883. LEXINGTON, KY. 5 West Main Street, Danville, Ky. Florida - Cuba - New Orleans IDEAL WINTER PLAYGROUNDS WINTER TOURIST TICKETS ON SALE DAILY TO ALL RESORTS OF THE SOUTH. LONG RETURN LIMIT. STOP OVERS. ron ruu. information, apply to nearest ticket agent on write Lexington, Ky. I!. C KING, Taaaanger ami TUtcat Ajant, 101 Eaat Main Straat, Cincinnati, Ohio A. BECKLER, Canaral Taaaanf r Agent, W. Page 4 The Central Record, Thursday Dec 9, 1915. See Our GORDEN HOSIERY. f II Buy Gordon Hosiery and get me. HOSE the greatest number Th is Borden Baby to be Given Away FOR WOMEN AND a5 thread of round tickets tak en from ff fa IS HEELS OTOES to the one holding Come and see We have a Beautiful Line of Christmas i Borden Hosiery, Presents. our Window. The Central Record incorforated. Issued Weekly. $1.00 a J. hahleTdefeated. E i DICKERSON. BAZAAR. THE PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE. MRS. CARRITIIERS I 3 I DC year. R. L ROBINSON. Editor. ELKIN, Local Editor and Mgr. J. . Knurrd t lh Pot Second-cut- ! OBlce In Uncniter. Mull Mtlcr. Kr. Member Kentucky Press Association nod Eighth District Publishers League. Lancaster, Ky., December 9. 1915 Rates For Political Announcements For Precinct and Citv Offises ...$ 6.00 "or County Offices 10.00 for State and District Offices.... 15.00 10 For Calls, per line .10 For Cards, per line For all publications in the interest of individuals or expression of individual views, per line Obituaries, per line 10 05 We are authorized to announce Miss Jennie Hiireins a candidate for County of Garrard School Superintendent County, subject to the action of the Democratic primary Auguit 1917. Christmas shoppers are filling the That means retail stores already. good times are here, not that they are coming. Sophisticated Wall Street has a saying that a man makei no profits until he spends them, so many a slip is there betwixt cup and lip. On that basis big profits have been made, for they are being spent. The retail shops are the last in the line. In order that their businens may be good there must be a long chain of profits all the way from the original producer to the ultimate consumer. If the retail shops are expecting the best year since the year of bad memories, 1907, it is a demonstration that producers, wholeearners, have salers, distributers, profited before them. The cities are the focus, and if the city is thriving in the way of spending, the country has thrived in the way of producing. Prosperity begins with the earth, and the beginning this year was the largest and soundest ever. Never were there such crops, and never such a demand for them. With the farmers prosperous it was a necessity that the railways should be prosperous that is, prosperous for railways. Those are the two biggest industries, and their prosperity is a large beginning. On that it is necessary to put the prosperity, of the munitions makers, war brides, profits of blood money to some, but aid in a good cause to most, and anyway assuring a vigorous circulation of cash. Unemployment is almost unknown, and anxiety is seldom less. "Let joy be unconfined" seems to be the motto for this fortunate land at a time when the rest of the world is sorrowful. The French say "there is something in the misfortunes of our friends which does not wholly displease ui." Certainly Americans have no enemies that they would wish to suffer as the rest of the world Is suffering, but the contrast between ourselves and the rest of the world could scarcely be greater. The conditions are none of our making. There is no reason why we should not enjoy our good fortune to the full, all the irore surelv, and with all the better heart, if we spare omething for the needy overseas, or even at home. TRACE DEATHS TO DRINK. A New York dispatch says that an investigating committee for forty-silife Insurance companies has reported that drinking two wbitkies or three beera a day Increases the death rate by W. C. T. U. CO per cent. Held Marshall Lord Methuen says: The regiments best in discipline, in the field, and in barracks were those regiments best known for temperance." Th. Tmimal nf Ihfl American Mpillral aava . TIia . rlatnn nflrr. AnVM.wVl J bol and fighting has been squarely met and the fact admitted that uey are not W. C. T. U. compatible." m Miss Lena Bright will have her anIn this issue of the Central Record FELT DISCOURAGED nual bazaar at her home on Water St.. appears the message of President Wil17-1Dec. Let her make your Xmas son In lull. In it he recommends a Glad She Took Advice When Husband presents for you. suggests program of preparedness, Judge Stout at Frankfort Monday ways of raising revenue, advocates a Said, "Let's Get A Bottle of Tanlac". election to awarded the certificate of merchant marine and takes to task AN EVENING OF PLAYS. Louisville, Ky., Dec. 8th. -- Statement Judge Lewis, Republican opponent of naturalized Americans who, through Under the direction nf Mm. W. It. their sympathy for the beligerents in after statement is now being made in Barksdale Hamlet! for Secretary of State. It is probable that Hamlett Todd, a delightful program has been the present war have endangered regard to the merits of Tanlac, the will file a contest before the legislature arranged for Friday evening at the American neutrality. He declares the new' medicine that is accomplishing I School Auditorium. It is entitled "An danger of disloyalty coming from with- such astonishing results in Louisville. Evening of Plays" and the entire pro- in the borders of this country should be Mrs. Sallie Carrithers, residing it PARAMOUNT PICTURES gram may be seen on page two of this crushed out. 310 Grand Boulevard, city, wife of at Manager Walker inform us that to- issue. Mrs. Todd is a teacher of exn car builder at the L & N morrow night at Romans Opera House, pression in our school here and her Shops, said recently; OPENS. "My husband he will have on the boards, the best pupils are showing wonderful talent just simply forced me Paramount picture ever shown here. unaer ncr careiui and painstaking tu to take this Tanlac, but now I am glad Sales Satisfactory, With No Rejections. the title of the Drama, is "raise Co- torship that I took the medicine, as I am one That the price realized for their to jof the happiest women lours" and is thrilling from beginning j in Louisville. bacco was satisfactory to the seller. RICHMOND to end, with five good films. HAS had always suffered from catarrh was convincing from the fact that no of "I stomach, but my real trouble i the rejections were made from the sale CONVALESCENT GOOD MARKET. that opened at Danville last Monday, began when I ate something and had ptomaine poisoning as a result of it. Nearly one hundred thousand pounds In all about 65,000 pounds passed un My stomach was in such a bad, sens!- Mrs' Wood Ournsides, who has been j a "shut in" for more than six months, were sold over the Richmond tobacco der the auctioneering hammer of Col, tive condition that I could not eat any-- , and in that time undergoing two serious market last Monday. The quality was J. W. Scott, of Jessamine and Col. W. thing. j operations and much suffering is now not very good, although the average S. Dunn, of Lincoln. The prices rang' "My huiband said to me one day, i realized was about 85 cents, with ed from four to eighteen cents a pound 'Why don't you try this Tanlac?' I price able to ride out. ' and made a general average of about Her friends are congeatuhting her no rejections had tried so many things that I felt nine and a qucrier cents. Owing to upon her recovery and her remarkable discouraged and told him that I believdry season very little WILL FILL PULPIT the extremely recuperative power. high class tobacco was sold or offered. ed nothing would help me. "He took me for a walk one evening FOR REV. SMITH. recently, and when passing the Taylor-Isaac- s VICIOUS MULE. UNDERWOOD. Drug Store, he said, 'Let's go Mr. Waggoner, of Danville will fill While attempting to "twitch" a mule Sunday morning Dec. 5th, Mrs in and get a bottle of Tanlac. He had on his farm last Tuesday morning, the pulpit at Harmony Sunday Dec. 12, my arm and we went Into the store preparatory to removing its shoes, Mr. in the absence of Rev. J. Rockwell Matilda Wilmot Underwood exchanged Col-lethe Sabbath's of earth for the never together and bought a bottle of Tanlac. u James I. Hamilton had the misfortune Smith. Pres. Ganfield of Center will fill the pulnit at Presbyterian ending Sabbaths of heaven. She died "I waited until morning before I be-- J to lose a portion of his left thumb by I took a church in this city Sunday morning of pneumonia, attentive physicians and gan taking the medicine. being bitten by the vicious animal. It Both of these men are loving attention being of no avail.. At dose before breakfast, one at noon, was an unfortunate accident and a very Dec. 12th. forceful speakers an I we bespeak for all times and under all circumstances and a third at supper. That night 1 painful one. them good audiences. she walked in the well beaten path of slept more soundly than I had in months. righteousness, she was a devoted wife, I now have taken two bottles of Tanlac WINS MORE PREMIUMS. mother and'sister and withal a woman and I feel like I am cured., I am here ACEY BUYS SALOON of heroic mould in bravely meeting the to get another bottle, though, as my '' Miss Lilly Noel, of this city, sent a stern requirements of life. She is gone, husband insists that I should do so. lot of fancy work to the state fair, in IN LEBANON. but because life and love are stronger "I simply cannot get enough to eati Deaumont, Texas, last week and was now. I never had such an appetite in given fifteen ribbons thereon. Almost J. W. Acey, formerly proprietor of than death she is still theirs. ( Mrs. Underwood was born in Gar my life. I enjoy everything I taste every article sent took either a first or a soft drink stand on Depot street here, very success- has bought out the Buechei saloon in rard county, August 7th 1847, early in and I digest everything properly. Mv second ribbon. She was ful at the Kentucky fairs during the the Bond Hotel at Lebanon, and will life she married Mr. Luther Underwood stomach Is in excellent condition and summer, and won in almost every offer go down early this month to take charge and their four living children are; the catanhal trouble has disappeared. ' for fancy work at the state fair. Dan- just as toon as arrangements for trans- - Mesdames J. W. Bourne, Will Uigney Mv hearing has even improved. Tanlac of the license, etc, can be made. and Jim Miller and Mr. John Under is really a very wonderful medicine," ville Messenger. Ifer Acey formerly conducted the same wood. Besides her children she leaves Tanlac Is now being sold in Lancaster) two at R. E. McRoberts drug store, and in Messrs SURPRISE BIRTHDAY PARTY place in Lebanon which he now secures Ben devoted brothers, county Jim and Bryantsville by Becker, Ballard and and one Wilmott of this again. Interior Journal. Scott. Mr. Ben Ham was given a surprise sister, Mrs. W. II. Underwood. Mrs. Underwood was a life long mem party on Dec. 5th, It being the 73rd SABBATH-DA- Y ber of the Christian church and the WAR PROFITS FOR THE MEN1 milestone he had passed in life's jour BILLY ney. There were about thirty present funeral services were held at her home ETIQUETTE. near Danville Tuesday morning at ten The American hen is accustomed to to enjey a bounteoui feast with him and wish him many returns of the Observing the success of the Billy o'clock, conducted by Eld. II. C. Gar praise. Every once in a while some natal day. Among those present were Sunday methods in the matter of con- rison assisted by Eld. F. M. Tinder. enthusiast, battening upon statistics, Mr. W. P. Ham, Mrs. C. H. Tarter, version, Puck rises to suggest that the All that was mortal was laid to rest in proves her tho incomparable biped, W. D. Boyd and D. Carter of Somerset, attempt be tnado to apply the same the Lancaster cemetery. So this life superior far to the goose that laid the Mrs. Sue Carpenter of Stanford. methods to other church ceremonies has passed into the joy of her Lord golden egg. The figures do not lie; and activities, proposing the following but the memory of her life must prove the factjis that all our hens combined, faucyand scrub stock, mother and in- -' a perpetual inspiration. OUR SICK. formulas; cubator reared, lav 30,000,000,000 eggs Pastor (christening infant) "What Mr. J. G. Doty, Sr.. one of the olda year, or 80.000,000 eggs a day. do you want to call this hunk of excess WHITTAKER. ett and most respected citizens of the baggage, Hot" These figures may not interest the Marksbury neighborhood Is very ill at Jan.) Whittaker was born in American who cracks an egg bttween Martha Presiding Parson -- "What miserable the home of his son J. G. Doty, Jr. mutt giveth this skirt to be married to Madison County, Kentucky, in Decern looks at his morning newrpaper or the Mrs. Nannie Jennings who has been this ging?" ber, 1815, and died at her home six housewife who stirs eggs into a cake very ill of pneumonia is some better. Tho Bride's Father-"I- 'm the guy." miles west of Yates Center Kansas, without thought of her good fortune. dispair-e- d Mrs. Pollitt, whoso life was t! Industrous Usher "Slide, you November 22, 1915, aged 70 yrs. 11 mo. But they are at once a lure and a disSlide!" of is now thought to be out of danand 13 days. may to the egg eaters of Britain who Passing the Plate "Come on across ger much to the gratification of her In the year 18G0 she was united in realize that by comparison the British low-live- d Iron-metight- marriage to Mr. Arch. Whittaker you friends. Mrs. Will DIckerson who has with tho and hen is scandalously inefficient. The undergone a slight operation is doing wads!" They British are al3 full of remorso at the Superintendent "All to them six children were born. Sunday School has Will Kite Anion who nicely. are Mrs. Laura Rollins, of Kansas City, neglect of the hen in the days of pneumonia is better. We hope all of of you flivvers that want to swat Satan, Kansas, and the sons, J. I R. T.. W. prosperity, when they brought their will soon be restored to good stand on one leg." these B. and C. A. Whlttake, all residing in eggs of Scandinavia and Russia rather " health. Woodson, County. Besides her child than turn their "(looting parks into INDORSE MINISTERS and henneries and their ruins Into incubaren she leaves many grand-childreSCANDALMONGERS. AS TO three brothers tors. one Cov.-EleStanley la Barring Course of Her and one sister to mourn her loss. As egg Imports from Scandinavia Newspapers often, even commonly, husband having preceded her to the decrease, the British look across the Liquor From Slalehcuse. are charged with printing baseless distant shore about two jears ago. water at the American hen which, as stories reflecting upon reputable perMrs. Whittaker confessed her Lord the English said early in thi war, is Resolutions commending the course sons. The average man who makes the A. O. Stanley in tho early in life and became a member ot doing "business as usual." Yet a litassertion that the press is a scandal- of Governor-elec- t monger may share with the man who announcemnnt that intoxicants will be the Christian church. To the faith so tle while and llfx producing shells will agrees with him inability to call to barred from the Governors Mansion early expressed she has ever remained join the death dealing kind in the ex mind a specific Instance of anything and State banquets during his term of faithful, and thoughaut the year she port list. Of course we never have of the kind having been done by auy office were adopted by the Louisville has proven herself a mother, a neigh- more than enough eegs for ourselves reputable newspaper. But both partici- Ministerial Association at the regular bor, a friend. All who knew her will and foreign egg buying Is sure to raise pants in the conversation are comfort- monthly meeting of that body at the miss her as a mother in God's Israel the price, but who is mean enough to ably certain that In assailing the news- Young Men's Christian Association and their sympathy goes out to the deny the hard working farmer's wife who runs the poultry end of the farm The language of the sorrowing family. papers of the community as reckless building Funeral servicci were conducted at a chance at war profits. and ruthless gossips they are starting resolution Is as follows; "This association wishes to put on the Christian church by her pastor, W, facts that must be admitted generally, ' You Now as a fact, all must admit, the record Its gratification at the announce- F. Kohl, Tuesday afternoon, November ore troubled with heartburn, gales and newspaper Ignores scandals, covers up ment that the Governor elect of 23rd Interment at Graceland Cemeta distressed feeling after eating take a the faults of newspaper men In life, Kentucky has declared that intoxicat- ery. Yates Center News, Kansas. Mrs. Whittaker was a sister of Mr. have beautiful obituaries written by ing liquors are to be barred from the the man he has wronged, we know of Governor' Manson and from State Alex West of this county and has many before and after each meal and you will , no profession that cornea as near carry- banquets during his term of office, and other relatives and friends here who obtain prompt relief. Sold oaly.by uSjSioj ing out the Biblical Injunction to turn hereby extends its congratulation to will be sorry to know of her passing R, E. MeRebartt away. the other cheek as journalism. Mr. Stanley." Cimretiem are sellini? cheap at' M. C Watch for Turner's reduction sale. hand bills for prices. G 3C G. M. LYON'S STORE BUSY CASH Great Reductions In danvillFmarkeF COATS A gift SUITS Do Also a large line of HOLIDAY OOODS for both young and old. shopping with your G. ii M LANCASTER. - LYONS. KENTUCKY. irii ii ii i l!J I Christmas Doings At I I ! I! I CI V STORM ES' Our line is splendidly selected nnd larger than ever, and we claim to have the lowest prices to be found In Lancaster or any other town. If you don't believe it, just come in. I 1 (ii V i I lil ! STORMES DRUG STORE Fountain service extrn special, Besides Cold Drinks we Rive you HOT CHOCOLATE, the best ever. Hot Bouillons and Snmlwichee. Ladies and Children specially looked after i I (!) V I TRY A LOAF OF OUR LITTLE BRITAIN The Bread with the Alr-Tlg- ht and Dust Proof Wrapper. Also Fresh Special Orders for Banquets, Parties and Weddings, 3iven Prompt Attention. PIES AND CAKES, BAKED - DAILY. if ; Sh ojoTe vfecz. Incorporated, Confectionery, Bakery nnd Caterers, Danville, - . . . Kentucky. ft Lasl P.MKfi PACT AT Mil SUITS $AA QR m m $30., $25., $20. SUITS REMAINDER REDUCED TO FOR CASH ONLY. THEY MUST $9.98 CG9tt9Ctf tt0tt9Ofl? 1 GO. THE JOSEPH MERCANTILE House Of Quality. COMPANY. Our stock of Winter m j E?:cluive Ladies Outfitters. Coats has been Replenished With Good Values. Mis Joan Mount was a recent visitor I her sister, Mr?. H. H. in Danville. Chester. Miss Hall, at Win- - f Quick Meal Mailable Range Gossip About People Brief Mtnllon Hesie Gulley is in Lexington At $55.00 Dollars Warranted as good as the best. Lined. Rust-Proo- for a visit to relatives. J. W. Smith wa In Frankfort Tuesday for the inauguration. Miss Annie Davis Mcltoberts of Stanford is over for n few days visit. of the Comlnjs ami Oolnji LyThoic Wi Art inlercittd In. A Mrs II. A. II Marksbury has return- - I I ,, rom protracted visit to her dBtigh Methodist Church. ters, Mesilames Hownri Rice, of Richmond, Ind,, and James Staughton of Preaching at the Methodist church Covington. Cy. Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. News 0 The Churcue: J Dyspepsia TaMets Will Relievo Your Indigestion f. Enameled and I.llv Dnle Grant were recent visitors in Itichmonil. Misses I.ou In J. Jno. Deere Wagons, best Ironed and Superior tinish, $70. A full Mrs. Emma Higginbotham has been Lexington fur medical treatment. Miss Patsy Kinnaird isjn Lexington for a visit to schoolmates at Hamilton College. Messrs. N. H. and J. F. I'rice were y in Danville Friday for the line of Heating and Cook Stoves. in the house at cost. Any Buggy J. R. Mount, Son & Co. meeting, Miss Hannah Aldridge of Stanford it over for a visit to Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Huselden. Mrs. Ed. Walker is enjoying a visit to her mother, Mrs. Annin Ratney in Pattern Hats 3S vi Eminence. Mrs J. W. Miller is in Louisville Mils Emma Walker is in Danville visiting her brother, Mr. J. W. Walker a visit to her daughter, Mrs It. Hughes. and family. Mr. It. B. Wilkinson has been Mrs. Wm. ilavs, of Stanford was the guest on Sasurday of Mr. and Mrs.- J. Stanford visiting his brother, Mr. A. Beazley. D. Gulley bat been in Lex ington for a visit to Mrs. 'I. S. Dunn and family. Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. I'rice were in Dan ville Sunday for the interesting Ham- Wilkinson. Mrs. Ed. Walker who is in Eminence Text, Romans, 8 9. with relatives was an honor guest at Sunday evening at 7. Miss Margaret Milwanl of Islington an entertainment given by her sisfers Subject "Repentance necessary to is the guest of Miss Delia Tinder. Misses Margaret and Nell Harney at Salvation", text 2 Peter the Coloinal Club. County Clerk J. W. Hamilton is at Start in with the Sunday school at Dry Ridge for u recuperative stay. Mr BI)1 Mrs- - ch8rey Mooney of 9;30 and enjoy all the services, and the Lord will surely bless you. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Gulley, and Mrr. Rountl Hl11' Mr- - Bnd Mrs- - V'"" Gri,Iin S. II. Pollitt, Pastor. Win. Lear notored to Lexington prf. n Mr. and Mrs Frank Hibbard were entertained by Mr. and Mrs. J. il. ,jay Baptist Church. Witt last Sunday. Mrs. Elizabeth Dillon of Stanford is 9:45 A. M. Bible School. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Lackey, Mr. Miller the guest of Mrs. N. Miller for several 11:00 A. M. preaching, subject. "The t Lackey, Diana Lackey, Mrs. Lida Lac reward of hnmtle service." days. key Miller, all of Madison, motored 7:00 P. M. preaching service, subject Dr. Lilian! of Lawrenceburg, has down to see their relative. Mrs. Jane "A fisherman's cold confession." been visiting his brother, Mr A. C. Ballew, who remains quit ill. Everybody invited. Miles. A. J. Clere. I Union Prayer meeting was held at Mr. Edward Oaks, of Stanford, was the Presbyterian church Wednesday a recent guest of his sister, Mrs. T. E. REDUCTION ON evening to offer up petitions for the REMOVAL Cecil. Subject "Experimental Religion". r V R. E. MeRobarta - YOU'LL FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN. . J I See us for cotton seed meal. Hudson, Hughes and Farnau. Work called for and delivered. Colson Bros, Successors to A. D. Kirk Phone 70. 2mo. The best flour is the cheapest. Our flour is guaranteed to please. Hudson, Hughes and Farnau. Eight chairs, dining table and side board. Will sell cheap. Mrs. W. B. Mason. restoration to health of the faithful for pastor. Rev. J. Rockwell Smith. E. in Ed FURNITURE AND STOVES. Having bought the furniture stock of Harry Anderson, wo will move our stock of furniture and stoves into the Scormes building on or before Jan. 1st, 1916, and are now offering Stoves, Ranges, China cabinets, Carpets, Druggets, several styles in Dining tables and chairs, at big reductions for cash while they last. We will also make special cash price on any article in our line from now until December 18th. J. F. Uoltzclaw and Son. HARRIED IN WINCHESTER. 1C and all Winter linery at prices ENTIRE STOCK TO Milsi J, s HAKE SELECTIONS FROM Itamsey revival. Mrs. J. C. Hemphill of Louisville, who is here with Lancaster relatives is upon the sick list. Mrs. Nannie Kellev is in Crab Orch ard with her sister, Mrs. J. M. Logan who is reported quite ill. I 5 invite you to call and sec for yourself. I Minnie 1 Srovn I . g Window Glass HOUSE PAINT BARN and ROOF Paint -- Stephen Walker, of Hustonville was here for the fnneral of his uncle the' late Mr. J. Wade Walker. Miss Katie Simpson has returned from a visit of two weeks to Mrs. II. E. Thomas of Horse Cuve. Mr. Hussell Denton is ut home from a visit to his daughter. Mrs. W. S. Fish and family of Stanford. Mrs. W. A. Carson of Stanford is here with relatives, and to see her sister, Mrs. Nannie Jennings who is ill. ' AT- McRobertsDrua Store l J. The annual meeting of the oflicers of Bourne. the Christian church tonight. Thursday, Mesdames John E. Stonnes, Dollie in the directors room of the Citizens Urown, Emma Higginbotham and Miss Hank. Kate Kinnaird motored to Lexington Mrs. Cleveland Hose has been in Saturday. Stanford to see her brother, Mr. Lee Mrs. H. A. Thomas Tf Horse Cave I'erkins, who recently met with such n was at home for a pretty informal afserious accident. fair for her guest Mis.Katie Simpson Dr. and Mrs. J. S. Gilbert entertain of Lancaster. " ed on Friday evening at a well arranged Mr and Mrs II. II: Hall of Winchef. C o'clock dinner for the groom and ' ter. Mrs W. A'. Arnold. Mr It. P. Gregbride, Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Carter. ory and Miss Jennie Lackey motored to Mrs. Letty Ware who has been on a ' protracted visit to relatives in Hophins- - Paint Lick, Sunday, Mrs . A. Arnold who recently sold ville, and Clarksville, Tenn., is here her res idence In Haselden Heights will with her daughter, Mrs. It. E. leave shortly to make her home with j A courtship, which began several Mr. Hrock Wallace is in Mt. Sterling years ago, culminated in an elopment for a visit to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. and marriage of a Garrard County couple in this city Thursday afternoon. J. M. Wallace. The contracting parties were Miss Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Lyons and'guest Agnes Milles and Mr. Hurbert Carter, Mrs. Kufus Deputy motored to Stan- both of Garrard County, and they were ford for a short visit. united in marrirge at the residence of Mrs J. W. Hamilton was at Dry the otllciating minister. Rev. G. W. Uidge to see her husband, who i? there Perrvman. ai 3:30 o'clock. for medical treatment. I'aieiital.objection was the cause of Mrs. II. II. Hall of Winchester was the elopment when the parents of the a recent guest of her brother, Mr. It. bride registered an objection to the proposal of marriage they decided to (lip I'. Gregory and family. away and have the nuptial knot tied in The Chautaun.ua Circle met with Miss same other place other than their home Mabel Mason, Tuesday afternoon at city. The couple drove to Lancaster, the home of Mrs. W. L. Lawson. where they took a train for Richmond Mr. and Mrs. George II. Harris have Thursday morning and in that city a returned to Birmingham after a weeks marriage license was procured. Fearvisit to Judge and Mrs. E. W. Harris. ing an elTort would be made to stop thtm in their elTorts to get married, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Ham were called they came on to Winchester or. the to Somerset yesterday by the sudden afternoon train, and went immediately illness of Mr. Ham't sister, Mrs. Will to thehomeof Rev. Perrvman on French Waddle. Avenue, where they were made man Mr. and Mrn. W. K. Warner, of and wife. Immediately otter the ceremony they Stanford were here Sunday with Mr. Mopped at the Brown-Proctori- a Hotel, Warner's parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. Dry cleaning and pressing. All work guaranteed. Colson Bros. Successors to A. D. Kirk. 2mo. All persons having claims against Clayton Anderson, deceased, should present same to J. M. Duncan cr Capt. Herndon, properly verified, tf. J. M. Duncan, Admr There will be an election held at The National Bank Tuesday Jany. 11, 191G for the purpose of electing some directors to serve for the ensueing year. It. S. C. Denny, Cashier. For Sale Or Rent. COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF LAND. GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT W. Sweeney, PlaintiiT, VS George Allen, et al. Defendants. AND J. S. Johnson, on cross-petitio- Nice home conveniently situated, see J. W. Elmore or J. It. Haselden. For Sale Or Rent. House and lot on Lexington Street. Mrs. Susan Fisher. For Rent. I desire to rent the brick residence now occupied by W. C. Davis, for the J. year 1916. Fisher Herring. For Rent. where they spent the night and left Friday morning for their future home in Garrard County, The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Miles, who reside a few miles from Lancaster, and is a member of one of the prominent Garrard County families, while the groom is a prosper farmer of that ous and county. Winchester Sun. well-to-d- o HUNTERS TAKE NOTICE. 0 I q 2 3 JL jLj ' SI FOR TEN DAYS. Beginning December 1st, all lots greatly duccd. One lot of re- - 8 q ROYAL BAKING AbsoIutelyPure Contains No Alum I This Agreement Witnesseth; That in order tt protect the game on our years we f fc ourJelv'eg not to ,)Unt loreon, nor permit anybody else to do vo. and we further ogieo to prosecute with dili-- ! gence all persons who violate the game laws of Kentucky or trespass upon our lands for the purpose of hunting. Ana we further agree to act as Deputy Game Wardens for the purpose of car-- 1 rving out this agreement. Except each of us have the right to kill rabbits mi our .'arms w permit it to be done by another under our supervision, or the supervision of some responsible and reliable person selected by us. This November 15th, 1915. It. I.. Elkin. Jno, M. Farra, W. B. Burton. J. Children's Hats 4i 25 and 50c. POWDER Haselden Bros., E. Robinson, W. H. Brown, Alex Walker, T. A. Elkin, J. II. Dalton, 'John II. Smith, .1. P. M. Tinder, N. Ross, Fisher Herring, Hughes Bros, Withers Bros. Logan Hubble, G M. Deshon, II. B. Cox. J. W. Sweeney, W. M. Mahan. Give us a call and get a bargain. Rella Arnold Francis. William, Marcus and Jim While. B. P. Wllmot. J. D. Pope, Mrs. David Chenault, Fred J. Conn, W. It. Cook. J, tY. Elmore, Huffman Bros, T. & Rankin, Wm. G. Anderson, Sam Cotton, W. H. Mots T. M. Arnold. Jr, Jno. M. White. R. E. Henry, Two new modern up to date houses VS in Lancaster all modern improvements George Allen, Defendant. cisterns, good gardens and out buildPursuant to a judgment rendered at ings. Possession Jan. 1st. the March Term, 19tU, herein, the Haselden Bros. Cominis.ioner will tell at public auction to the highest and best For Sale or Rent. mailer before the Court Housu door in Lancaster, Ky., at 11 o'clock, A. M., My farm containing seventy two and or thereabouts, on one half ncres, neap Hackley. Apply to MONDAY, DECEMBER 27. 1915. C. S. Cotton, it being the tirst day of the Garraid or Thone 472. Richmond. Ky., County Court, the real estate mentioned in the pleadings uud described as For Sale follows: First tract being cemposed of land One 15 horse power Firehanks Morse purchased by saiu Allen to E. S. Pollard and wife and Wm. and Mollie engine, and Dynamo, capacity GOO Eusley, and the second tract purchased lights, all good as new. Would take in by earn George Alvn of Noah Marsee, Jr., tho said land being on the waters exchange 1 2 horse power engine. L. E. Herron, of Sugar Creek in (inrraid County, Kv and bounded as follows: Tract No. 1: Hounded on the North by Geurge Huffman; on the East by NOTICE the land of John Sutton; on the South All hunters aro warned not to hunt uy ine lanu ol v ill liroatiuils amj on west oy tne lunu or uyrus Dailey j or trespass on the farm of Walden and containing about 6 acres. brothers, near the mouth vf Sugar Tract No, 2. Beginning at the water creek. gate ut the mouth of the brunch, corner to John Ham; thence S 28 W 44 poles, corner to Sumuel Dunn; thence FOR SALE PRIVATELY. N CO W 22 poles, corner to stone fence in u hollow; thence S XI W 15 poles I have sold my home and must give to Ileriah Kemper and Samuel corner Will sell priDunn, N 61 W I'll jioles, coiner to possession by Dec. 15. Gilbert Turner and Beriah Kemper, N vately my house hold furniture, con28 E 58 poles, corner to Gilbert Turner sisting of Majestic Range, drawing and John Ham in hollow; thence N 28 table, chairs and other furniture. K 62 poles to the beginning, containing Mrs. Lucy G. Arnold. 21 acres, more or lets. The purpose of said sale is to satisfy the lien claim of Jumes I Hamilton as NOTICE. assignee of J. S. .Inhmon in the sum of f J1D.70 with six per cent interest All persons having claims against the fiereon per annum rom January I, 1913. until nald. and the probable cost estate of Walker Kavanaugli Rothwell, of this uction amounting to $60. present same properly proven to me. TERMS. Those knowing themselves indebted to The property will be sold on u credit said estate, please settle at once. of six and twelve months and the purWm. II. Johnson, Admr chaser will be required to execute bond Olllce Ilufurd St. with approved security for the purchase price uue in six anu twelve iwinuis, respectively, and bearirg interest at KELLY TOBACCO SllED. the rate of six per cent from date until tiald. havim? the force and effect of a Only genuine Kelly Improved Hurley Judgment upon which execution may issue, payable to W II. Brown. Master 4eed obtainable, direct from raiser," Plaintiff, u) f,,ir '"" 0ee" lniplOU DUrley grower .ml .. It.n will I... rrve.l llruin the property sold until all the purchase of Kentucky for last twenty rive yeais. Supply limited. $1.00 per ounce. Setd money is paid. W. II. BROWN, M. C. G. C. C. mall orders to. B. L. Kelly ,& Sons. L. U Walker. Att'y for Plffs. It. I. Lancaster, Ky. Capt. A. M. Bourne, Auctioneer. Page 6 The Central Record, Thursday Dec 9 1915. PRESIDENT .Rational Preparedness Main Tri&niB of WILSON'S Head of Nation. In- Sublets Definite Plan to crease Present Standing force of Regulars and For four Hundred Thousand Raised in Saaaaaaaaaaav fiHasBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBsf'' Jjfr Citizen Soldiers sbsbsm 4sH Increments of One Hundred and Thirty-thre- e Thousand. Is the message or delivered at a IL .Vsj1bbbssssssssssssbJsssv of tlie senate and of tbe b congress: Gentlemen of I he Cougrcss Since I had the privilege of addressing jraa on tho state of the Union the war oC anions on the other side of tbe seu, which had then only begun to disclose 16s portentous iroortloua, has extend-- ! Ita threatening und sinister scope antll U has ttnept within its Home susne portion of every quarter of the l&obc not excepting our own has altered tbe whole face of tuCeautional ufTulrs. and now presents st prospect or reorganization and such jis statesmen and (peoples have never hecu called upon A attempt befure. fhoto by American Press Association. tt have stood np&rt. studiously at any time throughout an additional was our manifest duty to do President Wilson Reading Message defense. It furlough period of three years. TbH No one who really comprehends' tbe Sot only did we have no part or to Congress, spirit of tbo great pcoplo for whom we force of (00.000 men would be pro fefirrest in tbe policies which Keem to are appointed to speak can fall to per- vided with personal uccoutennents as fare brought the conflict on; it was snmnessary. if u universal catastrophe men's choosing ought ever to be set ceive that tbelr passion Is for peace, fast as enlisted and their equipment to be avoided, (but limit K.'iuld Every American who has drunk at their genius best displayed in tbo prac- for tho Held made ready to bo supplied act to tbe sweep of destructive wur the true fountains of principle and tra tice of the arts of peace. Great democ- at any time. They would be assem dltlou must subscrlbo without rescrva racies are not belligerent They do not bled for training nt stated Intervals at awl Uut some part of the great nations should keep the process- - Hon to the high doctrine of tbo Vir- seek or desire war. Their thought is convenient places In association wttb f peace alive. If only to prevent ginia bill of rights, which In the great of individual liberty and of tbo free suitable units of the regular army. osOectlre economic ruin and tbe break-Iiw- . days In which our government was set labor that supports Ufo and tbo un Their period of annual training would throughout the world of the In up was everywhere among us accept censored thought that quickens It. not necessarily exceed two months In lustrfe by which Its populations are eu as tbe creed of free men. That doc Conquest and dominion are not In our tho year. Hat said sustained. It was manifestly trine Is, "That government Is or ought reckoning or agreeable to our princi It would depend upon tbe patriotic b duty of the If governed nations to bo Instituted for tbo common bene- ples, nut Just because we demand un feeling of the younger men of the oC this hemisphere to repress. If possl-Df- fit, protection mid security of tbo peo molested development and tbe undis country whether they responded to tbe balance of economic loss nml ple, nation or community;" that "of turbed government of our own lives such a call to service or not. It oaafttslon (u tbe other. If they could all tbo various modes and forms of upon our own principles of right and would depend upon tbe patriotic spirit stalking more, lu tbe day of read- government, that Is the best which Is liberty, we resent, from whatever of tbo employers of tbe country whethSf justment and recufieratlon we earnes- capable of producing tbe greatest de- quarter it may come, the aggression we er tbey made It possible for tbe youngtly hope nd believe that tbey ran be gree of happiness and safety und Is ourselves will not practice. We insist er men in their employ to respond unot? Infinite service. most effectually secured against tbe upon security in prosecuting our self der favorable conditions or not. I for aat tills neutrality, to which they danger of maladministration, and that chosen lines of national development. one do not doubt tbe patriotic devotion e oiaaen not only by their when any government shall be found We do more than that. We demand it either of our young men or of tbose and tbelr habitual detach- - inadequate or contrary to these pur also for others. We do not confine oar who give them employment thoso for at from tbe politics of Europe, but poses a majority of tbe community enthusiasm for Individual liberty and whose benefit and protection they ny a clear lwrceptlon of interna- - bath an Indubitable, inalienable and free national development to the Inci would In fact enlist I would look y&oatl AUj, the states of America have Indefeasible right to reform, alter or dents and movements of affairs wblcb forward to the success of such an ex 'Itammu conscious of a new nnd tnore abolish it in such manner as shall be affect only ourselves. We feel It wher- periment with entire confidence. vftal community of Interest anil moral Judged most conducive to tbe public ever there is a people that tries to walk At least so much by way of pre pars- VntBrsblp In affairs, more clearly weaL" We have unhesitatingly ap- in these difficult paths of independence tloo for defense seems to me to bo absssssseious of tbe many common sympn. plied that heroic principle to tbe case and right. From tbe first we bare solutely imperative now. We cannot tMsa and Interests nnd duties which of Mexico and now hopefully await made common cause with; all partisans do less. oaM (hem tstaod together. and have the rebirth of tbe troubled republic. of liberty on this side was a time in tbe early days wblcb bad so much of which to pnrge deemed it as important that oar neigh COMPREHEWSIVE PLAN own great aattoa and of tbe re- - itself and so little sympathy from any bors should be free from ail atstde FOR GREATER NAVY. fighting .their way to Indepond outside quarter In Jiio radical but nec- domination as that we ourselves should la Central and South America essary process. Wo will aid and be- be; have set America aside as- a whole the eevernment of tbe United friend Mexico, but we will not coerce for tbe uses of Independent nations) and Alweye Leelurt to It as Our First and 'looked upon Itself as in some ber. and our courso with regard to ber political freemen. Otlef Una of Defense. asset The guardian of the republics to ought to be sufficient proof to all AmerOut of such thoughts grow all ear The- program which will be laid be fsae south of her as against any en ica that we seek no political meralnty policies. We regard war merely as a fore yoo, by the secretary of the nary means of asserting tbe rights of ai peo is similarly conceived. It Involves only crraachmenta or efforts at political con or selfish control ple against aggression. And we are a shortening ef the time within which Bm from tbe other side of tbe water; as fiercely Jealous of coercive or dicta plans lone matured shall be carried nMt It lu duty to play tbe part even HAS torial power within our own nation out but le nes make definite and ex MHxuiur invitation from them, and I NONE OF EMPIRE'S SPIRIT. as of aggression from without; We pllclt a program wblcb bas heretofore that we caa claim that tbe task will not maintain a standing army ex been only Implicit, held in tbe minds of undertaken with a true and dlsln- on naval affairs and Berated enthusiasm for the freedom Economio Adjustments Inevitable- With- cept for uses wblcb are as necessary the commits In times of peace as In times of war. disclosed, lu. the delates of tbe two aC tbe Americas and tho unmolested in the Next Generation. and wo shall always sco to It that o tu houses but nowberv formulated or for prit .government of ber Independent Tbo moral establishment is no to me very tuples. Hut It was always difficult to ica are not is that tbe states of Amer- rn llltary peaceactually and continuous mally adopted. It larger than is hostile rivals, but i maintain clear that it will be to tlx- - advantage such a role without offense friends, and that their grow- ly needed for the uses of days In. which of the country for tbo congress, to adopt . ita tneiptide of tbe peoples whose free-- ing sense of community of interest, no enemies move against us. nut wo a comprehensive plan for putting the tinea of action we sought to protect In matters political and lu mat- do bellevo In a body of free citizens navy upon, a final footing of strength and without provoking serious ml alikeeconomic, is likely to give them a ready and sufficient to take care- ef and efficiency und to press that plan cuncejitlons of our motives, and every ters governments to completion within the ucxt five themselves und of the tPsjngnTfnl man of affairs must wcl- - new significance a factors in internawblcb tbey have set up to serve them. tbe altered circumstances of tbe tional affairs and ln'the political his- In our constitutions themselves we years. Wo- have always looked to tin- tory of tho world. II l "resents them as nary of the country as our first and r day In whose light we now stand. very in true sense a unit have commanded that "the right of defeuse: we have always when there Is no claim of guardian-iah.lp.n- r in aworld deep and spiritual partners. the people to keep nnd bear arms shall chief lino-oaffairs, l seen. It tu be oar manifest course thought of wards, but Instead not be Infringed." and our confidence standing together because thinking prudence- t Ue strong on tbe sens "B. lull una honorable association ns of quick with common sympathies bas been that our safety In times of Vear by year we lave been creating a partners between ourselves nnd our anger would lie In tbe rising of the neighbors In the Interest of all Amer and common Ideals. Separated, tbey nation to lake care of Itself, as tbe navy which now ranks very high In deed among tbe navies of the maritime ica, north nnd south. Our concern for ' are subject to all the cross currents of farmers rose ut Lexington. Dfu"ed We should now definitely denations. tire independence and prosperity of the ,1he rivalries! P0'""? ?f tmlH- -m nnr. nnjl In termine- how we shall complete what " rsxaatcs) of Central and South America SUGGESTS BROAD PLAN ; 7 we have- - begun nnd how soon, ita ot altered. We retain unabated tbe rse. tbey cannot be disappointed of you The- program tn tx la III lx.'for FOR NATIONAL DEFENSE. ihnt im. in,,,tr! ... thr.,.mhn.,t tuelr Peaceful destiny. contemplates the construction within It bas none nnd ' TbU 5 itnes Whole life of our of ten battleship, six battle s1sfcb was so frankly put Into words of the spirit of empire in it It is tbo Increase Stendlng Regular Farce Four cruisers, ten scout cruisers, fifty effectual embodiment by President Monroe. We still mean embodiment, tbe law and Independence Hundred Thousand Citizen Soldiers. fifteen fleet submarine, alwsjrs lo make a common cause of of the spirit of eighty-fivroatt submarines, four gun Uut wur bus uever liven, u mere mat' and liberty and mutual service. TntiOotufl Independence and of political It b M thing boats, one hospital ship, two aiiiinunl A very notnblo body of meu recently ter of men and guns. liberty in America. Ilut that purpose of disciplined might If our citizens lion ships, two fuel oil ships und one lm now better understood so far as It met In the city of Washington, at tbe aro ever to fight effectively upon a repair ship. It It proiMMcd that of cuavoerns ourselves. It Is known not to invitation and as tbo guests of this sudden summons, the; must know we shall the first year provl.lc ibe a nelflsli purpose. It Is known to government whose deliberations .are bow modern fighting done, nnd what fur tbe construction of two battleships k nave In It no thought of taking advan- likely to be looked back to as marking to do wbeu tbe gjunmons comes to two battle cruisers, threo scout cruisers a memorable turning point in ,tbo histage of any government In this render tbemsejvcs Immediately avail- fifteen destroyers, five licet submarines or playing Its political fortunes tory of America. Tbey wcro repre- able and (mmedUtely effective. And twenty-fivcoast suhim'irtnt-s- , two gua sentative spokesmen of tbo several Inftw our own benefit All tbo boats dependent states of this hemisphere tho government must be tbelr servant year nnd ono hospital ship; the second of America stand, ho far as we In this matter, must supply tbem with two lialtleshlps, ono scout cntewr, ane oonccnied. upon u footing of genu-tos- and wero assembled to discuss tbe the training they need In take care of ten destroyers, four licet submarines, financial and commercial relations of equality and unquestioned Inde: military fifteen' coast submarines oue gnabout tbe republics of tbe two continents themselves und of It The XWodence. arm of their government which they and one fuel pll ship: tbe third year We bare been put to tbo test In the which nature ana political routine will not allow to direct them, they may two battleships, ono battle c raiser, two together, i cue of Mexico, and we have stood tbe have so intimately linkedyour perusal properly use to serve tbem and make scout cruisers, fire destroyers, two fleet to titt. Whether we have benefited Met earnestly recommendproceedings and of tbelr Independence secure, und not submarines nnd fifteen most siitmia tbe reports of tbelr ten by tbe course we have pursued tbelr own Independence merely, but rlnes: tbe fourth year two Imttleshlps. to be seen. Her fortunes are lu tbo actions of tbelr committees. You tbe rights also of those with whom two battle cruisers, two. scoot cruisers, I think, a fresh tiaer owrn bands. Hut we have at least will get from ibem, tbey bare made common cause, should ten destroyers, two fleet submarines, Craved that we will not take advan- conception of tbe ease nnd intelligence tbey also be put tn Jeopardy. Tbey fifteen const submarines, one ammunitage of her In her distress and under-tal- and advantage with wblcb Americans must be fitted to play tbe great role tion ship and ns)' fuel oil ship, and to Impose upon ber an order and of both continents may draw together In tbe world, and particularly la this tbe fifth year two battleships, ono bat and of what hemisphere, for which tbey are qualisamrnment of our own choosing. Lib- In practical tie cruiser, two rcont cruisers, ten deerty is often a fierce and Intractable tbe material foundations of this hope- fied by principle and by chastened am- stroyers, two fleet submarines, fifteen which no bounds can be set ful partnership of Interest must con-1- bition to play, to roast submarines, one gunhont, one am t of bow we should build them and bt t which no hound of s few It U wltb Ibese ideals In mind that munition uhlp and one repair ship. bouso nt tbe beginning Sttxty-fourt- FOLLOWING lot ncu-tzx- tbo plans of tbe department of war for more adequate national defenso were conceived which will be laid before you, and which I urge you to sanction and put Into effect as soon ns they can be properly scrutinized and discussed They seem to me tho essential flrl steps, and they ncrm to me for the present sufficient. Full Navy They contemplate un Increase of the Declares That if standing force of the regular army Is Carried Ou from Its piixcnt strength of f,tr.23 offProgram icers and le.!)S3 enlisted men of all services lo n strength of T.13H olllccrs We Will Have a Fieri For nnd 131.707 enlisted men. or 14 1 .SKI all told, nil service-)- , rank und lllc. by Be tho addition of fifty-twWill That Defense companies of coast artillery, fifteen companies of en"Fitted to Our Needs and gineers, ten regiments of Infantry, four regiments of Held artillery und four besides 730 Worthy of Our Traditions." aero squadrons,great varietyofficers required for a of extra service, cseclally the all Important Greatest Danger to Country duty of training the citizen forvo of which 1 shall presently speak, 702 lion Comes From Within Our commissioned officers for service in drill, recruiting and the like and the necessary quota of eullsled men for Borders. tbe quartermaster corps, tho hospital corps, the ordnance department and other similar auxiliary services. These necessary to render of bow necessary it Is that we should are tbo nddltlons tbe army adequate for Its present du hasten their building. There Is, i venture to point out. an ties, duties wblcb It bas to perform especial significance Just now attach not only upon our own continental Ing to this whole matter of drawing coasts and borders and at our Interior tbe Americas together In bonds of hon- army posts, but also lu tbe Philippine. orable partnership und mutual advan In the Hawaiian Islands, nt the lth tage because of the economic readjust mils nnd In Porto tllcu By way of making tbo country ready ments which tbe world must Inevitably witness within the next generation, to assert some part of Its real power when peace shall have at last resumed promptly and upon n larger scnle should occasion arise the plan also Its healthful tasks. In tbo perform ance of these tasks I bellevo the Amer contemplates supplementing the army icas to be destined to play tbelr parts bv a force of 4UO.O0O disciplined citl together. I am Interested to Ox your zens, raised In Increments of ixi.000 n attcntlou on this prospect now because year throughout u period of three unless you take It within your view years. This it Is proposed to do by n and permit tbe full slgnttlcance of it to process of enlistment under which the command your thought I cannot mid serviceable men of tho country would the right light In which to set forth be asked to bind themselves to serve tho particular matter that lies at tbe with the colors for purposes of tmln very front of my whole thought as 1 Ing for short periods throughout three address you today, 1 mean national years and to come to the colors nt call MESSAGE first steps, and should take them at onco. Our goods must not lie piled np at our ports and stored uxn side tracks In freight curs which are dally lee! needed on the roads, must not be left without means of transport lu nnr for eign quarter. Wr must not invnlt the permission of foreign shipowners nnd foreign governments in semi them nhcre we will. Wltb ii view lo iniTlliu these pre. OFFICE Ing necessities of our tuiiiinen-and CENTRAL RECORD BUILDING. availing ourselves nt the curliest pos.l Me moment of the present unparalleled Ofllce Phone 69 Kesldenw Phone 41 A inert opportunity uf linking the LANCASTER KY. ras together In bonds of mutual Inter est and service, an opM.rtmilty whkh may never return again If we miss It now, proposals will lie made to th present rongress for the purchase construction of ships to be owned and directed by the government similar to COUNTRY SHOULD HAVE J those made lo the last roiisrcss, but MARINE. modified In some essential particulars It. VT. Marrow, Grmtunte FINE MERCHANT Optician I recommend these proHials lo yon (Hi.,., rilled. S.lul.cllou OgitmiNl for your prompt acceptance with the United 8tates Should Be Its Own Car- mors confidence Iwvnnse every month that bas elarw-- d slurp tbo former prorier en the 8. it. If this full program should be curried posals were msdr has made the neout we should have built or building In cessity for sueb action more nnd more That need was 1021, according to tho estimates of sur- manifestly Imperative. Fine Cut It l now acutely felt vival nnd standards of classification then foreseen. followed by the general board of the and everywhere realized by those for department, an effective imvy consl-t-In- g whom trade I waiting, hut who can M. of 27 luittlexlilps of the first line. U find no conveynror for their good. I am not so much Intrrrstnl In tbe par battlo cruisers. 25 battleships of the second Hue. 10 armored cruUers. I3tlculnrs or tno program as i am in scout cruisers, 5 first " lass cruiser. ::, taking Immediate ndvantage of Ibe class cruiser. Ill third cU . ftreat opportunity wnkb nwalts us If cruisers. 103 destrolers. IS fleet Mtile- - we will but act In thN emergency. In marines. 157 const submarines. 0 tuoii this matter, ns In nil others, a spirit of Itnrs 2 ranlxmts. .1 sunn v s i lis .. common counei snonm nrrTnii. nnu ..,out of It should come an early solu fuel ships. 4 transports. 3 lender Lick. Kontuoky of swl.i ' tlon of this prvs.lnir prnMem. torpedo vessels, S type and two ammunition ship. Tbl I SHOULD AGREE ON POLICY would bo n unvy fitted lo our need The secretary of the nary ti asking also for tbo Itnmedlsto addition to the personnel of tho navy of 7.G0O sailers. 2,600 apprentice seamen and UVX) marines. This increase would lie sufficient to care for tbe ships which arc to be completed within the lli"il year 1017 and also for the number of turn which must bo put In training to mini tbe ships which villi Is- - completed early lu ID1S. It Is nto necessary t'mt tho number of rald.blpuieii nt the Nn-vacademy nt Annapolis should U Increased by at lent r.m in order Ih it tbo 'force of officers should ls more rapidly added to. und ntlfhurlty l asked to appoint, for engtiiviTlug duties only, npproved graduate-- , of engineer Ing colleges, and for service In the aviation corH a certain number of men taken from civil life. ' r Dr. J. S. GILBERT. l"i Honaker Flowers. John McRoberti. H. J. PATRICK, Dentist. eel Paint te u 11 fan)-Hj- scp-Uf- -- the-se- a i i - wi-m- s - - f - . -- ,rit e e e govern-tmatt- u s I e IN THE PHILIPPINES and worthy of our traditions. Uut atuiles ami Instruments of wur nro only part nf what lm to l considered If we are to consider tbe sii Recommends Esrly Adoption el Meat prcmc matter nf national self sufDcleii urea Qlvlna Them Fuller Justice. cy nud security in all Its nspects. There Is another matter wblcb seems There are other great matters w tilth to mo to be very Intimately associated will be thrust upon uur attention with tbe question of national safety whether wo will er not There Is. for and preparation for defense. That la example, a very pressing question of our policy toward tbe Philippines and trade und shipping Inrotvnl lu tbl tbe coplo of Porto Iltco. Our treat great problem of national adequacy ment of tbem and their attitude toIt is necessary tor many weighty rea ward us aro manifestly of the first con- sons of national efflcletcy and devi l , Uie development of our opment that we- should bare a great duties In tbe world snd lu getting great mercuaiit free band to perform ttiuo duttet We merchant marine. T.ne fleet we once used to matu us rich. must bo free from every unnecessary tbat great tKxly uf sturdy sailors who burden or embarrassment, and there used to carry our flag Into- every sen. is no better way to be clear of em and who were tbo- pride and often the barrassment than to fulfill, our prom bulwark of tbe nation, we have almost Ises and promote tbe Interests ot tbose driven out of existence by Inexcusable dependent on us to the utmost Hills neglect and Indifference and by a for tbo alteration and reform of tbo blind und provincial petb-of government of tbo Philippines for so called economic protection. It Is rendering fuller political justiceand tbo to high time wo repaired our mUtake and people of Porta illco were- submitted resumed our commercial Independence congress. They will to tbe on tbe seas. bo submitted For It Is a question of Independence. partlculariie also to you. I needi not tbelr details. Tou aro If other nations go to war or seek to hamper each other's commerce our most of you already familiar with 1 do recommend them to mercbsnts. It seems, are ac tfielr mer- tbem. Dut cy to do with as they please. We must your early adoption with use their ships and use tbem. a tbey conviction tbat there are fow measures We have not ship enoagh yoo could adopt wblcb would more determine. of our own. We cannot handle oar s.rvlcesbly clear tbe way for the great policies by wblcb ws wUh to make own commerce on tbe seas. Our Is provincial, and: Is- - only on rood, now and always, our right h lead land and within our own borders, We in enterprises of peace and good, will are not likely to be iiermltted to use and economic and Mlttlcal freedom. Tbe plsns for Ibe armed forces ot even tbe ships of other nations in rivalry of tbelr own trodo undiare- - with- tbe nation which I have outlined snd out means to extend our coinmerve for tbe general policy of adequate prepeven where the doors are wide open aration for mobilisation and defense and our goods desired. Such, a situa involve, of course, very largo addition- tion is not to be endured, it is of capi si expenditures of money, eipendltarea tal importance not only that the Unit- wblcb will considerably exceed the esed States should bo Its owm carrier on timated revenues of tbe government the seas and enjoy tbe economic Inde- It Is made my duty by Uw whenever pendence which only an, adequate tbe estimates of expenditure- exceed merchant marine would cli-e- It but the estimates of revenue to call tbe also that tbe American hemisphere as attention of tbe congress to tbe fact a wbolo should enjoy a like Independ- and suggest any means of meeting the ence and self sufficiency, IC It Is not deficiency that It may be wise or stble for me to suggest i aim ready to bo drawn Into tbe taugle-o- t affairs. Without such. Independ- to believe that It would be my duty to do so In any case, and I feeli particuence tbo wbolo question ot our l of the matter unity and self dctermluutUm Is larly bound to spe.-tvery seriously clouded nnd corapuVaird when It appears tbat Hie dcflcluncy will arise directly out of the adoption by Indeed. Moreover, wo mu develop, no true or tho cougress of measures which I myurge It to adopt. Allow me thereeffective American jwllcy without ship self of our own nut ships of. war, hot fore to speak briefly of tho- priwot ships of peace, carrying good and car- state of ibe treasury and of. tbe fiscal problems rying much more: creating frleudsuliw probably which the next year will disclose. and rendering ludlspvusablo mttvlces to On the 80th of Juuo lu.c there was all Interests ou this side- the water. an Tbey must more constantly back and fundavailable balance In the general of tbo treasury oC tlOU7U.lKi.78. forth between. tbo Americas. They are Tbo total estimated' receipts for tbe tbo only shuttles tbat can ave i In- year 1010, on tbe aasuniptlou tbat delicate fabric of sympathy, compre- emergency revenue measure passed tbe by hension, confidence and mutual de- tbe last congress will not be extended pendence lu which wo- wish, lo clothe beyond Its present limit, the 31st of our policy of Amerlcni for Americans. December. 1015. and' that the present The task of building up an adequate duty of 1 cent per ound em sugar will merchant marlno for America private be discontinued ufton the 1st of May. capital mustiultlmatnly undertake and lOltt, will bo $070,3113.500. The balance achieve, asi It has- - undertaken and of June last and tiles estimated revachloved every other like task among enues come therefore, to a grand total us In tbe past, with admirable enter- of J 774 .535.003.78. The total estimated prise, Intclllgcnco- and: rigor, and It disbursements for the present fiscal seems to mo u inuuifest dictate of wis. year. Including twenty-fivmillions for dom that wo should, promptly remove tho Panama canali twelve millions for every legal, obstacle that may stand In probable deficiency appropriations and tbe way of, lo be desired re- $50,000 for mlscellnneous debt redenii-tionwill bo $753.S0!.0(O. nnd tho vival of our old Independence e and In the general fund of tho treasshould facilitate- la every Hssblo way tbo building, purchase and American ury will bo reduced to JM.OH. 003.73. reglstratloni of shlpx. Uut capital can- The emergency revenue act if continnot accomplish thU great talk of a ued beyoud Its present tlnio limitation would sudden. It m;'nl,nbnrk upon It by then produce during the bait year remaining about forty-onmildegrees. of trnj develop. J iethlng must bo dono nt lions. The duty of 1 cent per pound on sugar If continued would produce once, done lo ocu routes and develop during the two months of the fiscal opportunities where tbey are as yet year remaining after tbe 1st of May undeveloped, done te open tbe arteries about fifteen millions. of trad where tbe currents bare, not amounting together These two sums, to flfty-slmil yet learsed to run, especially between lions. If added to tbe revenues of tbo tbe two American continents, where second half tbe fiscal year would of tbey are, singularly enough, yet to be yield the treasury at tbe end of tbe created and quickened, and it is year an available balance of a tbat only tbo government can undertake such beginnings and assume Tbe additional revenues required the Initial financial risks,. When tbe carry out tbe program of military to risk has passed and private capital be- naral preparation of which I and bare gins to find ita way In sufficient abunpoken would, as at present estimated, dance into these, now channels tbo gov- be for the fiscal year 1017 $03,800,000. ernment may withdraw, Dnt it can- Those flirnrM inl-n,.. telth not omit to begin.' It should take tbe for tbe present fiscal jrnr which t John Jf. Casey, I). Cincinnati V. M. Veterinary Surgeon. Graduate Ofllce Vetnrinnrv st College. W. II. Durtcn's Sste Suble. Night Phone 211. .oenc J. A. Beazlev FUNERAL DIRECTOR Ofllce Over Nstionel Usnk. Ilesldence I'honeS. Office Phone LANCASTER. KY. 27 - hoe-lessl- y For AIL Kinds of ROUGH Slxty-tblr- d LUMBER. sec- - G.C.COX,ManselKy Phone !! to 12 a.m. M. K. Deooy aid W. A. Wheeler Dodon Of Deri Ofllce I 5snT. H.n A Ani.t nrntinr.Sore. LANCASTEU. KENTUCKY. Btormet BnlldtDs.r.1 Dr. Wm. D. Pryor, - Veterinary at Lancaster. Ofllce - and Dentist. - Surgeon Kentucky Kalney's- - HWery Stable. ICnro-pea- n ollt-lea- INDIANA SILO PiFEC COTTERS Monitor oal Associated Gasoline Engines. Wheeling lime Grinders. All sold on easy terms. ' W. P. KINCAID. DIST. 199. AGT KY Phcne STANFOHD. Visiting Card THE proper thing for a lady or gentleman to present nowadays, when making Is Engraved A Neatly e this-muc- caflt. e Come and see what a beautiful line of samples we have and get our prices for 50 01 more. x CENTRL RECORD oil-de- Ttl.tHI.-003.7- TREES Roses, Phlox, Peonies H.F.Hillenmeyer m fThe . Central Record $1.00 Per Year in Advance. Kentucky. Xaacaster, The Mrs. McClaU's Eipetieoce With Croup, "When my boy, Kay, wai small he Mothers' Firorite. was subject to croup, and I was always "I give Chamberlain's Cough Kemedy alarmed at such times. Chamberlain's to my children when they have colds or Cough Kemedy proved far better than coughs," writes Mrs. Verms , Shaffer, any other for this trouble. It always Vandercrlft. Pa". It always tielps tbem relisved him quickly, I am never with-out.- lt In the house for I kno,w It Is a and it far superior to any other cough medicine I have used. I advlif anyone positive cure fot croup," writes Mrs. In need of such a medicine to give It a W. II. McClsIn, Blalrsvllle, Pa. For trial." For sale by all dealers. lm late by all dealer I. CbaffllerliinV, Renudr Cough Continued on page 8 ruit and Shade Trees Shrubs, Grape Vin68, Rhubarb. Asparagus, Everything for Orchard. Lawn and Sick Two Ytart With Indigestion. )i will ut Tonight as a laxative "In th morning " R. E. McReberts Garden. "Two years ago I was greatly bene fited through using two or three bottle Write for free Catalogue. No Agta of Chamberlan'i Tabled," writes Mrs & Sons. S. A. Keller, Hilda. Ohio. "Uefore taking; them I was tick for two years Lexington, Kentucky. with indigestion.' Sold by all dealers. 1841. 1916 A The Central Record, Thursday Dec 9 1915. Page 7 TO LANCASTER TOBACCO W'R'HSE Stanford Street. C. A. Speith EASY WAY TO MAKE &t Company, Managers. No commission charged. We pay Highest Market Price and unload same day. Phone 308. Alscr Branch ORGANIZED 1SH3, House at PAINT LICK, Sick Headache. KY. "I Don't Feel Good"" . That is what a lot of people tc3 csC Usually their bowels only need cleaning.. (Qze Citizens National Bank OK LANCASTER. KY. HAIR ATTRACTIVE. Ladies who find trouble in properly or attractively arranging and dressing their hair should try using a little Parisian Sage twice daily for a while and note the remarkabU improvement. Parisian Sage, which can be obtained from R. E. Mcliobcrts or any drug counter, makes the hair soft, lustrous, lluiry nnd wavy, takes out the dull, lifeless appearance, dlsolves the dandruff and stimulates the hair roots into healthy normal action. Instead of merely sprinkling the hair, it should be rubbed right into tie acalp with the finger tips. Parisian Sage is a delightful treatment tor both hair and scalp, cannot possibly injure the hair and is very inexpensive. L Capital $50,000. II. F. HUDSON. President. W. Surplus $45,000. .'. J. WALKER, Job J. Walk eh, Jr.. Cashier. Vice Prest. 0. I'.ignky. Au't Cash'r. W. P. CHAMP. In the ve rv backbone of everv successful business. We regard yot co- operation as a necessity factor in our success. W hope you speak a good word for us if we give you Rood icrvlce. If you And our service lacking In any respect, you will confer a favor upon us by telling US. It is our business and our pleasure to improve our system wherever we And a weak spot. THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. HOW THE APOSTLES DIED. Capital $50,000. A. I! Surplus 30,000. Many of our recders, perhaps a large majority of them, old as well as young will find new information in the following paragraph taken from The Evange- )EN!'Y, President J. K. 8TOHME3. R. T, .'MliFtr, Asa't Cashier. Vice I'res'U S. C. DENNY, Cashier. r. J. L. GlLI, Safety Samual Deposit WE Boxes For Rent. J. E. SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. I). Cochran. Alex It. Denny. Stormes. S. C. Denny. J. L. Gill. Dr. W. J. II. I'osey, it. Elliott, Directors. W. 0. RIGNEY Funeral Lancaster, Director and Embalmer. Kentucky. Ofllce Phone 18. Residence Phone 33. list: St. Matthew is supposed to have suf- tered martyrdom or was slain with the sword at the city of Ethiopa. in Egypt. St., Luke was hanged upon an olive tree, in Greece, St. John was put in a coldron of boiling oil at Home, and escaped death at Ephesus in Asia. St. James the Great was beheaded at Jeru salem. St Joh I the Less was thrown from a pinnacle or wing of the temple and then beaten to death with a fuller's club. St. Phillip was hanged up against a pillar at Heirapohf, a city of Phyrgia, St. Bartholomew was flayed alive by the command of a barbarous king. Su Andrew was bound to a cross, whence ho preached unto the people until he expired, St. Thomas was run .through the body with a lace at'Goromandel, in Last Indies. St. John was shot to death with arrows. St. Simon Zealot was crucified in Persia. St. Matthias was first stoned and then beheaded Su Harnabus was stoned to death by if it does not relieve. What fairer the Jews at Salania St. Paul was be- proposition could be made? headed by Nero. R. E. McRoberts gives his personal guarantee of "money back if you want it" with every box of that he IS YOUR RHEUMATISM sells. A guarantee like this speaks for the merit of the remedy. A WEALTH PROPHET? a 12-- Sick headache is nearly always caus ed, by disorders of the stomach. Cor rect them and the periodic attacks cf T, Castleman Finds Hope Fulfilled sick headache will disappear. J. will do the trick and make you feci fine. Mrs. Alter Passing Threescore no kdow mis posiuvejy. laita si John Bishop of Roseville, Ohio, writes: tonight. Sold only by us, 10 cents. Years. "About a year ago I was troubled with R. E. McRob.rt. J. T. Castleman of Dyer. Tenn, indigestion and had sick headache that suffered from stomach derangements lasted for two or three days at a time. for forty years, taking all sorts of I doctored and tried a number of reme medicine, following all kinds of mcd dies but nothing helped me until during leal advice. HIS FAVORITE. In all tho forty years, he said, h one of those sick spells a friend advised never had a real good day until ha me to take Chamberlain's Tablets. A country clergyman, on his ntmd tried Mayr'a Wonderful Remedy. Then This medicine relieved me 'in a short of visit, Interviewed a ycungsteras to ne discovered something. Let his let time." For sale by all dealers. his acquaintance with Bible stones. ter tell about It: "My lad," he said, 'you hare. "Tho first dose of Mayrs Wonderful Remedy caused gall stones to pass course heard of the parablesl" Early on from me. I am feeling much better entertained by Miss Marv "Yes, shyly tnan I nave ever before. I am 64 Wednesday afternoon. The afternoon whose sir." had answered the mother Instructed him 3d years old and I had never before en was a very enjoyable one to all present. sacred history, "Yes, sir." joyed one whole good day. Everybody was busy with their needles "Goodl" said the clergyman. "Ncir. "I would not giro the one bottle making Christmas presents. Delicious you sent me for all the drugs and doc which of them do you liks twst of allT"" eatables were served. tors medicine that is made. The boy squirmed, but at last heedMayr's Wonderful Remedy gives per fields baiter, a local negro, was ar ing his mother's frowns, manent results ror stomach, liver and rested here by Deputy U. S. Marshall "I guess I like that one where i Intestinal ailments. Eat as much and Oscar Vest, charged with selling whis body STOMACH MISERY 'loafs and fishes.'"' whatever you like. No more distress after eating, pressure of gas in the key without government license. He QUICKLY VANISHES stomach and around the heart Get one was taken before U. S. Commissioner bottle of your druggist now and try It Lawwill at Danville. He was released Your money back if you want it is on an absolute guarantee If not satis on $100 bond, which PUBLIC SALE OF LAND. was furnished by the way in which R. E. McRoberts the factory money will be returned. J. W. Acey of this city. popular druggist is selling Mi-- o na, the In order to settle the tstate-o- f CTy Henry Hudson, of the West End of great dyspepsia remedy. deceased, and settle the partner Sarah Hunn are the guest of Mrs. II this county, who was sentenced to the This is an usual plan, but ship estate of C. & C. Ruble, the- - anLoCompte at Frankfort. penitentiary last April to serve from dcrsigned will on the premises so much merit and is so almost invar! C. at tba-hoably successful in relieving all forms Miss Frankie Doty Traylor, of Rich two to five years for killing his father- of 2 o'clock, P. M., oo of indigestion thst he runs but little mond, has returned home after a visit in law, Yates D. Burton, was pardoned last week by Gov. J. B. McCreary. His SATURDAY DECEMBER 1315, risk in selling under a guarantee of to Miss Katherine Anderson. pardon was secured by his attorney, J. sell to this kind. the highest and best sUJer m Miss uo not tie miserable or make your home Jennio Newlaud has returned S. Owsley, Col. S. T. Harris and Spears tractof land situated In Garrard Cbsnty, to her sister, Mrs, Fishers. a friends miserable with your dyspepsia, L. C. aftsr visit Kentucky, about three miles from Boms Kelley at Campbellaville. Mi-o-will help you. If it doesn't Mr. and Mrs J. R. Nunnelley, of Vista, on the turnpike, containing; tell R. E. McRoberts that vou want Mrs. II. S. Orr and son C. V. Orr.of Fort Worth, Texas, who were called about 45 acres, more or less". This i your money back and he will cheerfully Paris, have been tho guests of Mr. and here several weeks ago on account of the tract of Und that was owned by Mrs. W. 0. Speed near Hustonville, refund it. the illness of Mr. Nunnelley's brother, the partnership of C. & C. Itubln aAtle A change for the better will be seen Air. J. o. bngleman, or raris, was Mr. A. T. Nunualley, returned home time of the death of Clyde Ranle. This from the first few doses of a and here Sunday to see his father, Mr. Thursday. Mr. A. T. Nunnelley is land will be soM upon the foUawjos: its continued use will soon start vou on John Engleman, Sr., who is quite ill somewhat impioved and will leave the terms: One third cash ann tiler me roau to pertect digestion and en mainder in one and two years,, Mrs. Emma Lee Vaughan, of Rich first of the year lor Texas, where he joyment of food. to execute his notes bearing ix. will spend some time. , mond, Va., has been here the guest of a nas Deen so uniformly suc The last meeting of the present City per cent interest from the date brother, Mr. E. C. Walton and her cessful that every box is sold under a lien upon the tract of land Council was held Thursday' night and with positive guarantee to refund the money family. Mr. J. C. McWhorter, of Crab Orch ard, will speak here Sunday at 2 P. M on "The Illegality of the Liquor Traf Speaking will occur at the fic". Baptist church. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Owens boardet the evening train at Crab Orchard for Louisville to be at the bed'ide of Mrs, Alfred Pike, who is very III. She is sister to Mrs. Owens, Master Clarence Anderson lost valuable pony by death from distem per. The entire family shed tears of sorrow at the departurd of "Jesse", their faithful equine friend. While we were at Crab Orchard few days ago We saw a nameless foul in the yard of Mr. Sim Middleton. This rara avis is the progeny of the domestic hen and a guinea fowl. It possesses some of the feature of each parent, and yet so unlike either in general characteristics as to appear grotesque In the extreme. DYER, TENN., MAN SUFFERED 40 YEARS t bx, - n, afaa,. 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 It is a sin to be a slave to the agonies of rheumatism whenever tho weather changes. Por SO cents It. E. McRoberts or any druggist will sell you a bottle of Itheuma. Use as directed and your pains will soon disappear. Itheuma will put your kidneys vnd bowels in perfect condition. It gets to the seat of all the trouble and removes the cause by driving out the unnaturvl poUons. The use of one bottle will coi.vince vou that further suffering from rheumatism is needless. t. STANFORD Miss I.inello Eubanks, of Danville, Is the guest of Mrs. W. O. Martin. Mr. S. J. Embrv, Sr, remains quite III at his homn on Lancaster pike. Mrs. J. S. Owsley has been the guest of Mrs. J, Richard Bush at Lexington Mrs. A. J. Casey, of Lancaster, is the guest of Mids Gertrude WilkeJson. Mrs. Mildred Beazley, of Lancaster, is tho guest of her daughter, M's. Will Hays. PKEACHEKSVILLE Mrs. Jennie Manuel is much better. Little Kuby Cress has been quite sick. Mr. George Coins has moved to Goshen. Sunday Is regular preac H the M. E. church. Miss Mary Pettus was home "from Hubble Sunday. Little Eliza Cummins was quite sicK two days last week. Mr. and Mrs. J, M. Cress were in Richmond Saturday. Mr. P. P. Kennedy has taken our charge of the Itaker store. Mrs. E. Poley and Miss Rachel Poley Thin Is the best stand lit Central Kentucky and We mean to sell we Invite any prospector to buy. this business as first stated in our sale bills. Call on or write, Becker. Ballard & Scott. PHONE 27. BRYANTSV1LLE, Ky. visited at Mrs. J. M. Cress. Messrs. Lyne and McWhorter, of Flossie Willis. Crab Orchard were here Sunday, Miss Gertrude Wilkerson attended the Your choice of three grades of coal. Hudsdn, Hughes and Parnau. Odd Fellows banquet at Lancsster Tuesday night. Mrs. Win. Ranke Is about the same, Col. II. Moser, who has been quite no improvement towards recovery notill for several weeks was able to be In ed. town last week. Mr. Ilert Holtzclaw and Mr. WoodMiss Benie Shugars, of Richmond, son Carpenter, who have been employweek-enguest of Mr. and ed at Greensburg, Ind., are with their was the Mrs. W. II. Shugars. parents here. Mr, and Mrs. W. K. Warner have Rev, Thornberry, of the Louisville Theological Seminary preached Satur- returned home after a visit to relative day and Sunday it the Baptist church. and friends In Lexington. Mrs. A. P. Hunn and daughter, Miss He is a native of Alabama. d Mrs. P. B. Barnett, of Ilustonvlll was here Saturday with relatWei and friends. Attorney J. N. Sanders and J. L ueaziev were In Louisville Tuesday on business. Mrs. J. L. McKee RifTe is visiting relatives and friends at Covington and Cincinnati. Miss 'Catherine Arnold of Newport nas returned Home alter a visit to Miss Ruth Darnall. Mrs. A. C Hill, who has been ill with typhoid fever for several weeks is able to be out. Mrs. Jesse D. Wearen returned home Friday after a visit to.Mii.Jtw. Nevius at Lancaster. Miss Annie Dunn of Hustonville has been the guest of her friend, Miss the payment of the notes. .PosMrs' 0. B. Huffman, who has been very little business was transacted, session given January 1, 1316. This--, Mayor Albert Florence, City clerk L. the guest of her son. Mr. 0. M. IIufT will be an absolutesafc. It. Hughes and Councilman J. C. Eu man and family at Danville, has return B. Ruble. Administrator of Cij de banks were appointed a committee to J. ed home. Ruble, Clarance Ruble. Survisinc make annual tax settlement with Police Orpha Ruble. Mrs. L. L. McCall was taken to the B. D. Carter. City Assessor J. M Partner, J. E. Robinson Attorney. home of Dr. E. J. Brown this week Stone has turned in his books to the where she will undergo an operation in city. Messrs Ed Hubbard, W. S. Em a few days. bry and E! T. Pence, Sr, were ipppint Everett Stone, of Washington, D, A as city board of supervisors to equal' C, who spent Thanktgiving here with ize the assessments. R. C. Engleman his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Stone, was granted n renewal of his soft has returned. drink license. Mr. Embry Beazley and little daugh ter, Sadie Woodcock, of Elizabethtown are the guests of Mrs. John Stone and other friends. GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT- NOW HER FRIENDS Frank Vaughn, William und Owsley Walton, of Lexington, spent Sunday I'laiadilT. here with their uncle. Mr. E. C. Wat HARDLY KNOW HER James Temple's Adm'r. VS ton and family. Alice Temple, et ul, Lee Perkins, who is suffering from a Defenjiiotai fall he sustained about a week ago is Pursuant to But This Does Not Bother Mrs. the November a judgment rendel at not Improving very rapidly his friends Term. 1915. the under signed Commissioner will sell at pifelic. .Burton, Under lie regret to learn. auction to the highest apd best tidier, Editor E. C. Walton was in LexlngCircumstances. before the Court House Door in r, ton Saturday to sen his brother. Col, Ky., at 11 ocluck, A. M or thereabouts, on W. P. Walton, who has been quite ill Houston, Texas. In an Interesting but is much better. '. MONDAY, DECEMBER 27. 115.. letter from this city, Mrs. S. C. Burton Mrs. W. A. Carson has returned writes as follows : "I think it is my duty It being the first day of the Canard' County Court Term the real home from Lancaster, where 'she ' has in the pleadings anil desbeen at the bedside of her sister, Mrs, to tell you what your medicine, Cardui, cribed as follows: the woman's tonic, has done for me. Nannie II. Jennings. In Garrard County. Kentucky. o ihw I'was down sick with womanly trouble, waters of Kentucky River and contain Misses Elizabeth Higgins nnj Sallie Mills Craig spent the Thanksgiving and my mother advised several different ing about iu acres, being the laud, r holidays at the home of Prof. Dennis treatments, but they didn't seem to do where Alice Temple now resides, bridge me any good. I lingered along lor three Hickman Moore, and adjoins the latui. Spragens at Ellisburg, of Henry Hiram Campbell aid. or four months, and for three weeks, J ugan occti unci Kentucky The Christian Endeavor of the Chris mtr. was In bed, so sick I couldn't bear lor The Durnoie of this sale is to srttf- tian church will give a union social at the estate t.t James TemrJe. deciiad any one to walk across the floor. the church Friday evening. 'All other My husband advised me to try Cardui, and divide the proceeds If any remain payment of debts, among? & societies are most cordially invited. the woman's tonic. I have taken two after as their Interest nw ap Mrs. Will Severance has returned bottles ol Cardui, am feeling fine, gained pear. home from Frankfort, where she was 15 pounds and do all of my housework. TERMS. called by the Illness uf her little niece, Friends hardly know me, I am so well." The sale will'ba made on trcdrt ol,' Mary Carroll Severance, who is much II you suffer from any ol the aliments six months and the purchaser wCS improved. to execute bond wlthsBirJfeif so common to women, don't allow the In Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Lyons, it Lan trouble to become chronic. Begin taking security for the puichaie price, j six months bearing interest at Titir caster, motored to'this city last week Cardui It Is purely vegetable, of six per cent per annum frtx and were the guests of old friends. Its ingredients acting in a gentle, natural untll paid, havlnir the force ana" elect They were accompanied by Mrs. Rufus way on the weakened womanly constitu of a judgment for which execuljoa tion. You run no risk In trying Cardui. issue, payaDle to W, II. llrown. Master Deputy, of Indiana. helping weak women back to Commissioner of the Garrard Circuit Miss Minnie Woods and mother, Mrs, It has been Court, and a lien will be rrserrrd vpou Adelia Woods,' Ijave rented the cottage health and strength for more than 0 the property sold until all the tmttmtr recently erected by Miss Mollie Daugh-ert- y years, it will help you. At alt dealers. money Is paid. Writ lot OultiMOsa MrtlclM Co.. Jallf.' on Danville avenue and will move W. II. Brown. M. C.G.CC AJvlmy IXpt.. Clutunuutl, Ten... lor hvmal L. L. Walker, Att'y for Phr.. to It tho first of the year. rwtotia for Wmmo," tool is puU r A. M. Bourne, Auctioneer. The Young Ladles Sewing Circle was COMMISSIONER'S. SALE OF LANR estate-mentione- . heirs-at-la- tf-- y. ir 3tc r Page 8 bare already given, disclose our finanfor tho year 1017. As"FARMER'S suming tbat tho taxes Imposed by tlio COLUMNj emergency revenue act and tho present duty on sugar nro to be and thtit the balume nt tliu ciu-- e twlow Ibu hr.cllllK It foi IK exclu-it- e of the prevent Uscul year "III be only ! $0,(!44,U05.T8. me otonr termer nli.erlVr.. mid that I be dWburiouiciil the el ot .t.wv 4itMitl ifli itmiK .in for the Pannniu canal will aputi bo 'l l.-tu term ft hf liiriiivr imntul about S23,jOlMW0 and that I lie additli. No nolle lll tn o otrrnf mn tional expenditures for the nrniy and linn, lid will brnt'l Imh navy nro authorized by tho vuuisrcrft, roitn, freeotchitr fund uf tlio the deficit 111 Hit- SALEi-Pol- l bull calf. treasury ou the 3iltli of June, 101 Angu FOR will bo nearly yja5.0W.Uj. To this S. H. Estes. Nice one. sum at least $5U.UM.uutl should be udd ed to represent u nafu working bulanco For S:Ie. for tbo treasury uud sMiWW.uw to In grade Hereford bull calve elude tbo usual dcflelcucy estimate In Three hlRh R. E Henry. nd one heifer. 1017, and those additions would niuku a total deficit of houio S)i,UWLIXM. If Poland Chins Boar, WANTED;-Gootbo present taxes Mbould lio continued Thone Bryantavllle Exchange throughout this year uud tbo next L. II. Ituble, Buena Vista, Ky. however, ttiero would bo u balance tu tbo treasury of some $7U.500.O00 at For Sale: Jersey cow with young the end of tbo present fiscal year and Sam Cotton. calf. Good milker. a deficit at tbe end of tho next jcar of cial problem C nlTtf-d 61-- J. The Central Record, Thursday Dec 9 tli rents against our national peaco and ordinated when tho need arises, thoso safety have been uttered within our who can suggest tbe best way In wblch own t Vdcrs. There are citizens of the to bring about prompt I IStatcs, I blush to admit, born among tho manufacturers of the coun-- I Uull I tlier flags, but welcomed under try, should It bo necessary, and tluwe unde our generous naturalization laws to tho ' who could assist to bring the technical full freedom uud opportunity of Amcr--' ' skill uf tho country to the uld of the lea, vi ho have pouied tbo po.soii uf dis government In the solution of lurtU-loyalty Into the very arteries of our far problems of defense. I ouly ho;e national life, who havu sought to bring that If I should Und It fenslble to con. tbo authority nud good tumo of uur stltuto such un advisory Inidy the would be willing tu vote the government Into contempt, to destroy our Industries wherever they thought small sum of money that would be It effective for tbelr vludlcthe pur- needed to defray the expenses that poses to strike at them and to debase would probably be necessary lu give It our politics to tbe uses of foreign In- tbo clerical uud udmluixtratlve ma trigue. Their number Is not great us cblncry with which to ato serviceable compared with tbe whole number uf work. those sturdy hosts by which our naMOBILIZE INDUSTRIES tion has been enriched In recent genOF THIS COUNTRY. erations out uf vlrlto foreign stocks, but it Is great enough to havo brought deep disgrace upuu us and to have Many Condition! Art Being Altsrad made it necessary tbat wo should From Dscadt to Dscadt. promptly make uso uf processes of law Is that tbe What Is more by wblch vtc may be purged of tbelr s 19 5. 1 jxeliable 5 V this generation. Music an Aid ta Surgery. Burg;on finds that music NATION'S SECRET FOES In tba operating room is of great asSHOULD BE CRUSHED. sistance In putting .nervous patients into a calm, peaceful frame of mind before going under the knjfe. While Gravest Danger to Country Comes a patient's favorite soang Is being From Within Our Own Dordsrs. played or sung, he or she will, this geutlt-ine- u. surgeon says, drift much more readily j I have spoken lo you today, thorsingle theiue. tbe under the lnfluenco of the anesthetic ough upon a preparation of thu nation to cure for ita owu security uud to make sure of entire freedom to play the Impartial itlo in this hemisphere uud In the world which we all believe to have been providentially assigned to It- - I The undersigned hereby give warn have bad In my inlud uu thought uf Ing to all persons not to trespass upon any Immediate or imrtlculur danger our lands for any purpose whatever as arising out of our relations with other peace with all the we will prosecute all offenders to ful nations. Wo are at nations of tbe world, nud there Is reat extent of law, Hunters and. son to hoiK) that uu question In con Fishermen especially take notice. troversy between this, and other Ed & N B Price R,L. Elkin will lead to any serious Mrs. Rebecca J. West. briacli,of nmlcoble relations, grave as W. R. Cook. James G. Conn, rorj)u.dlflereiiccs of nttltude nnd Kllcy II. C. Arnold. lmrp,J5fn and may yet turn out to be. J. C. Morgan. J. P. Bland. 'sorry tn say that the gravest Long Bros J. II. and W. 8. Weaver I um W; T. West. J. Booth Sutton. W. L Lawson and son. Howard King, Miss Carrie Boulden. J. II. Riirsbv. 1 T)l.l... tv. AWIIIBIU.VM, mi 1 WWII,, 4. rJ 1VIKV, Muiy Peep! In Thu Town A. C. Miles. J. U. Woods. rtr reauy eajoycu a mau uuui Jno. M. Farra. Tbempson, J. II. advised them to take a KeHy. David Steven. . lu tWy Thompson. S. C. Rlgsby. J. H. Thompson. before and alter each meal. Sold only b'avta'Satton by us 26a a box. add other names for 25 cent We will R. E. MeReberte cash. A Chicago only somo 150,000,000, or, reckoning in bred Collie pups, fG2.000.000 For Sale;-Pur- e for deficiency appropriaMxmt three months old. Apply at this tions and a safe treasury bulanco nt tbo end of tbo year, u total delicti uf office. soma $112,000,000. Tbo obvious moral For rent for rea't ot year the house of tho figures Is that It U n plain coun have been living In. For information sel of prudence to continue nil uf tbe present taxes or tuclr equivalents and and key, see Haselden Bros. S. II. Aldridge. confine ourselves (o the problem of providing $112,000,000 of new revenue A few pure bred Narragansett torn, rather than $297,000,000. How shall we obtain tbe new rev Colonel Rhea's famous strain, for sale cnue? Wo arc frequently reminded cheap, if taken in next ten days. Phone 318 G. that there arc many millions of bonds wblch tbe treasury U authorized under One sewing machine that sews fine, existing law to sell to reimburse (be $5.00, 1 range in good order for $5 00. sums paid out of current revenues for tbo construction of tbo Panama canal, 1 extra nice spotted gelding pony to and It Is true that bond's for tbo trade for good work and brood mare. amount of $222,432,000 arc now avail, S. II. Aldridge, Lancaster, Ky. ablo for that purose. Prior to 1013 $133,000,000 of these bonds had acsows and 24 pigs. FOR SALEf-Thre- e tually been sold to recoup the expendiAlso 10 shoats weight about 125 lbs. ture! at tbe isthmus, and now conMrs. Rhoda E. Wylie, stitute a considerable Item of the pubBryanlsville, Ky. Phone 37-lic debt. But 1 for ono do not believe tbat tbe people of this country approve WANTEl):-T- o second hand of postponing the payment of their buy slrd for hauling fodder alto would like bills. Borrowing money I shortsightto buy 26 to 4o shotts that would weigh ed finance. It can lo Justified only around forty pounds Phone D. )). when permanent thing arc to be acPelphrey 347 A. or write Z. T. Rice, complished which many generations will certainly benefit by and which ll Richmond, Kv. seems hardly fair that a single generaMr. E. C. McWhorter, of Paint Lick, tion should pay for- - The objects we has about 25 bushels of good seed rve are now prpiHislng to spend money for cannot be so classified, cxrept In tho to sell at $1.00 per bushel. sene'that everything wisely done may Capt. T. A. Elkin has 400 shocks of bo Vald to be done 111 tbe Interest of fodder to sell and wants to take in some posterity as well ns In our own. It cattle. Csll him up. srcnlttto ttiic n clear dictate of pru dent statesmanship and frank finance Strayed from my place Thanksgiving tbat In wbat m ore now, I hope, about night a black horse mule, ret lo undertake we should pay us wv go. and in good shape. Any information Tho people of the country are entitled wilt bo appreciated by W. II. Whittaker; to know Jun what burdens of taxation Lancaster R. K. No, 3. or Sweeney they are to carry and to know from tlie outset now. The new bills should Morgan. be paid by Internal taxation. To what sources, then, aball we Wanted. turn? This Is so peculiarly a question To contract now for blue grass for which. tbe gentlemen of tbe bouse of pasture next'season. Can use-anpart representatives are expected under tbe of 100 acres. Any one with blue grass constitution to propose an answer to should correspond with or telephone that you will hardly expect me to do me (327) stating acMage and price per more than discuss It In very general terms. We should be following an alacre for entire next season. most universal example uf modern John W. Miller. Mgr. governments If we were to draw tbe greater purt or even the whole of the revenues wo need from tbe Income COY taxes. By somewhat lowering tbe present limits of exemption and tbe figure Mr. and Mrs. Elija IfcMillian we're at wblch tbe ouriax shall begin lo be imposed and by Inrre.istns. step by step, In Lexington last Friday. throughout tbo present graduation tbe E. Osborne sold to Lowry Speaka surtax Itself, tbe Income taxes at some corn at $2.50 per bbl. present apportioned would yield sums sufficient to balance tbe booUs of tbe Try our self rising flour." Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. treasury nt the end of th- Ilscal year 1017 without anywhere making tbe Clayde of Lexingtcn will preach burden unreasonably Rev. or oppressively at Scotts Fork SunUy and Sunday beaV', , The precise reckonings nre night. fully and accurately set oot lu the rebought from port of tbe secretary of tbe treasury Squire Underwood Frank Land some meat hogs price 6c which will be Immediately laid before you. per lb. additional And tliero uro many Miss Gertrude McQuarry was the sources of revenue which can Jnstly be charming visitor of Miss Peachie Mae resorted to without hampering tbe In dustries of tbe country or putting any Sanders. Sunday. upon individual ex Mr. and Mrs. Jess Duncan and chilcS too great charge penditure. A 1 4 cent tax per gallon ren visited Mr. and Mrs. Ike Duncan ou gasoline and naphtha would yield, Saturday night and Sunday. at tbe present estimated production. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Montgomery $10,000,000, a tar of CO cents per horseand children of Bourne spent Saturday power on automobiles and Internal exnight and Sunday with Mrs. Mary plosion engines $15,000,000, u stamp tar on bankjebecks probably $18,000,-00Sanders. a tax ot 23 cents per ton ou pig Ray Lynn Cobb bought from Mose cents per iron $10,000,000. n tar of some meal hogs at 7c. Ike Duncan toil on fabricated Iron and steel probabought from different parties hogs bly $10,000,000. In a country of great Industries liko this It ought to bo easy at 7i cts. Mrs. Man . Sanders and daughter to distribute tbe burdens of taxation without making them anywhere bear Peachie Mae, were viotura ofMr. too heavily or too exclusively upon any John Roberts rni family of Jessamine one net of persons or undertakings. list week. What Is clear Is that the Industry of thh generation should pay the bills of corrupt dlsteincrs. America never witnessed anything like this before. It never dreamed It posslblo that men sworn into Its owu citizenship, uien drawn out of great free stocks such us supplied some of tho best uud strougest elements of tbat little, but how heroic, nation that In a high day of old staked Its very life to freo Itself from every entanglement tbat had darkened the fortunes of the older nations and set up a new stand-arhere that meu of aurb origins nnd such free choices of allegiance would ever turn In malign reaction ngalust the government and people who had welcomed nnd nurtured them und seek to mako thU proud country once more Industries uud lesouu-v- uf the country d hotbed of Kurojicaii passion. A lit tie while ago such n thing would have Because It was In seemed Incredible. credible wo made no preparation for It. We would have been nlmost nshnmcd to prepare for It. ns If we were suspicious of ourselves, our own comrades and neighbors! But the ugly and incredible thing has actually come about, and we arc without adequate federal laws to deal with It. I urge you to enact such l.iws ut the earliest posslblo moment uud feel that In doing so I am urging you to do nothing less than save the honor nnd self respect of the nation. Such creatures of passion, disloyalty and anarchy must bo crushed out. They nre not many, but tbey arc Infinitely mallgnnnt. nnd the hand of our power should close over tbem nt once. Tbey havo formed plots to destroy property, they have entered should be mailable und ready fur moblllzatlou. It Is thu more imperii lively necessary, therefore, that we should promptly devise tucuus fur do ing what wo have not ;ct dotie-lh- al We should give Intelligent federal uld and stimulation tu Industrial und voca tlonal education, us we have luug done In tbe largu Held uf our agricultural Industry; that ut the name time that we safeguard aud couscno the natural resources uf the country wo should put them nt the disposal uf those who will uso them promptly uud luU-ll- l gently, us was sought to be done tu the admirable bills submitted to the last cuugress from Its committees on the public lauds, bills which I earnest ly recommend In prluclple to your cuu slderatlon: that we should put Into early operation cjmc provision for rural credits wblch will udd to the ex afforded tho farnicr by tho reserve bank act adequate Instrumentalities by wblcb long credits may bo obtained on land mortgages uud tbat wo should study more carefully than tbey bare hitherto been studied the right uduptn ttou of our economic arrangements to changing conditions. Many conditions about wblch we have repeatedly legislated nre being altered from decade to decade. It Is evident, under uur very eyes nnd are likely to change even more rapidly and mora radically In the day Immediately ahead of us when peace has Dependable, Reasonable. ?0XCCKCO0X00 tensive borrowing facilities already i Intjoconsplrncles'ngalnst tbe neutrality they buvc sought of to pry Into every confidential transaction of tbe government lu order t serve Interest alien to our own. It b possible to deal with those things very effectually. I need not suggrr the terms in which tbey may be dealt with, I wish that It could lie said tbat only a few men. misled by mistaken sent! ments of alleginnre tu the governments under which they were lioni. had ivu guilty of disturbing tbe self possession and misrepresenting tbe temper nnd principles of the country during these days of. terrible war. when It would seem that every man who was truly an American would Instinctively make It bis duty and his pride to keep tbe scales of Judgment even nnd prove himself a partisan of no nation but bl own. But It cannot There ure some men among us and many resident abroad who. though bom and bred In the United States and calling themselves Americans, have so forgotten themselves and tbelr honor ns citizenas to put their passionate sympathy with one or tho other side in tbe great European conflict above tbelr regard forlbe peace and dignity of tbe United States. Tbey also preach and practice I suppose, can disloyalty. No reach corruptions f tbe mind and heart, but I sbvatd not speak of others wltbont ntso spenklng of these und expressing tbe even dee-- r humiliation and scorn which every self isissessed' and thoughtfully rvtrlotk- - American must feel when he thinks of them and of tbe discredit tbey nre d.illy bringing - returned to tho world and tbe nations of Europo once more take up tbelr tasks of commerce nnd Industry wltb tbe energy of thoso who must bestir themselves to build anew. Just what these changes will be no one can certainly foresee or confidently predict There arc no calcnlablo. because no stable, elements In tbe problem. Tbe most we ran do Is to make certain that wo bare the necessary Innniracn-tnlltieof Information constantly nt our service so that we may be sure we know exactly what we nre tbat denllng with when we come to net. If It should be necessary to net nt nil We- mrrsf first rertnlnly know what It N that we nre (eeklna- to adapt to I may nsk the prlvilese of addressing you-- more at length on this Important matter n little later In yonr e THE CASKET JEWELRY CO. Successors lo A. K. LyoH. session. REGULATIONS RAILROAD Needed TO MEET PROBLEM. 127 West Main. LEXINGTON, KY. upon us. NATURAL RESOURCES SHOULD BE CONSERVED. Credits Advisabl. Rural Furthsr Transportation a ProbUm. While we pcuk uf tbe preparation of tba nutlon to make sure of her security and her effective iwwer we must not fall Into tbe uitent error ot supposing that her reul strength comes from armaments uud mere safeguards of written law It comes, of courw. from her people, their energy, tbelr success In their undertakings, their free opportunity to use the natural resources of uur great home laud uud uf the lauds outside uur continental borders which look to us for protection, for encouragement und fur nsslst-ancIn tbelr development: I rum tbe organization uud freedom uud vitality of our economic life. The which engaged the attention of the Ixst congress ure more vital to the nation In this Its time of test than ut uiiy other time. We cannot adequately make ready for uuy trial of our strength unless we wlely und promptly direct the force uf our laws Into these nil tuiortunt fields uf domes, tic action. A nutter which It seems to lnc wo should have very murii at heart Is the creation uf the rlgbt Instrumentalities by which to mobilize uur economic resources lu any time of national necessity. I tuko It for granted that I do not need your authority to call Into systematic consultation wltb tbe directing officers of tho army and navy inert of recognized leadership aud ability from among our citizens who are thoroughly familiar, for ex ample, with the transportation facilities of the country nnd therefore competent to advise bnw they msy be co domestic-questions Make Lines More Useful Servants, of Country, lu the uieuutliue way I make Ibis The- transportation probsuggestion serious and lem is uu. exceediugly pressing out lu thbt country. There - or has from timir to limelute been reu-- a sou to fear that our railroads would not much lunger lut able to cope wltb , It successful,-- us ut preeul vqulp-1 suggest that It nnd isMjrdluated. would be wUv- - to provide for u com mission uf. iu.quJ.iy lu ascertulu by u thorough cauvas. vt the whole question whether uur Uw us ut prcseul framed and a dm lain wed ure us serviceable us they might be lu the solu tion of the- problem. It Is obviously a problem that lies at tbe very foundation ot our tUklMicy as a Such an inquiry ought to draw out every circumstance and uplulon worth considering, und e need to know all sides of tbo matter If we mean to the Held of federal leg do anything-Iislation. No one. I am sure, would wish to take any backward, step. Tho regulation of tbo railway of tbo country by federal commlsUim luis.hud admirable result- - und has fully Justified tho hopes- - and eiiwvlatlous. of those by whom the policy of regulation was originally promised. Tiro quest Ion Is not. What should we . undo J It I whether there Is anything cle wo can do tbat would kapply us-- with effective means, lu the very process or regulation for bettering tbo conditions un der which the railroads nre operated und for making them more useful serv ants of tbe cunntrr as u whole. It seems to me that It might be the part f Wisdom, therefore. leforc further to Mas. Fannie Long. Mrs, Susie Doxier Always Bomethlng'ta'JLearn. and children, of Oklu.. are with Mr. Mlnda are Improved. ''by contact and Mrs. Hobt Long and family. with wiser minds; and the wiser you Mrs. II. J. I.atrick was host no an more people you will find Our flour require less lard. It la are tho somo polnta know mora than elaborate dining on Saturday. that in guaranteed to please, you do. Miss Mary Lar is in Louisville,, the Hudson, Hughes JFaanau. guest of Mrs Charles Knight. Mr, and Mrs, Walker Ilradshaw and Dany Thought Mr. J. M. Mvtcslf hu been sultering Children, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Hill and Physical courage, which leipteci all with rheumstismforthe past two wetka children spent Sunday with Mr. and danger, will make a mjln brave In on Miss Mattie Tribble of ShelbyvtlU Mrs. T. 0. Hill. way; nnd moral courage, which defies Mimes Itess Lay ton. IlaHIIL Barbara all opinion, will make a man brave lo his been the guest of her, niece,. Mrs. Lewis Guyn- Gulley and Mr. Jim Sanders were another. Cotton. .Messrs JimJIarve Kalston and, Ches- guests of Missee Minnie I'earl and ter Metcalf. attended the inauguration Louie Urown Sunday. Ignorance No Excuse. Ignorance of tho law excuses no at Frankfort en Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Joseph, Mr. man; not that all men know tba Messrs linger and James Ilucker and Adolph Joseph and Mrs. Elizabeth an excuse every Irvine Itucker of Lexingtua, Joseph, Mr Hiram itay and family were law, but because 'tis no man cad tell Master man will plead, and Sunday with the homo folks. guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Miles how to refuse kirn. Joha Selden. spent Cremo Daisy B'eed will make your Sunday. cows givu more milk. For sale by Hudson, Hughes and Farnau Master Ernest Woods the bright little son.of Mr. and Mrs. Hic Woods, is sulfating with a severe case of FAINT LICK erysipelas. Dr. F. M. Walker has- returned to his home in Louisville, having been called hero by the death of his father, Mr. J. Wade Walker. Mr. It Ci. Dotuiy, who has been the guett of relativea in thU vicinity will Smith Lung Tonic. Relief For Lung Troubles. Coughs. Colds, Hoarsness, Whooping Cough Bronchial Soreness and Lung Affection. Contains no Dope nor Tar or Creasoe. POSTED lst legislation In this Held Is attempted, r to looS ut the whole1 problem of dination nnd efficiency In the full light of a fresh assessment f rlreumstiiner and opinion, ns u guide tn dealing with the several parts nf Ir. For wbat we nre seeking now. whni In my miud Is thr slugte thought of this 'message, la national efficiency aud security. We serve n great nation We should servo it In the spirit of Its peculiar genius. It Is the cenlns of common men for self government. In We dustry, Justice, liberty nnd iii-e- . should see to It that It larks no no facility or vigor nf law. to make It sufficient to play Its part,' with energy, safoty nnd assured sucr cess, in this we are no partisans nut. heralds and prophets of n new age. co-o- leave shortly for Havana Cuba, where he will Bpend the winter. Mr. und Mrs. John Goodloe, Messrs Neal Uenuett and James Walker of KlehmoiHl attended the funeral of Mr-J- . Wade Walker on Thursday. BUCKEYE Mrs. Lealer Walker and children spent Sunday with Mr. add Mrs. II. M. Kirtx. Misses Minnie Drown. Inez Ray and Bess Layton spent Sunday night' With Prepared with care by Dr. T. B. Smith the originator of Smith Agricultural Liniment, 48 years test has proven the best. Sold at Stormes' Drug Store. Lancaster. Read what others ssy about the Lmg Tonic Relief. Mrs. James C Richards, of Ford, Clark County, Ky., who waa atricken down with consumption in February, 1865, says; "I had more than twenty doctors ta treat me and I used all the remedies of that day, hat I received no benefit. In November, 1870, Dr. T. U. Smith passed through Booneeboro, where 1 waa lying sick, so low and w--k I oeud not raise my head from my ' pillow. For six tnontbejlt had been waiting for death to relieve me of my sufferings. r. Smith gave me one quirt of Lung-Tonic, and I afterwarfevsed 3 gallons during the following two years. I am now (Nerea&et 1912) still living and well. I am satisfied there Ii noTamudr ejqael to IL I .rejoice U say iBi. life waa saved by this wonderful remedy and to tell others' who we nk.-l- ... ..'A4ereeu Mrs. McCUio'i Experience With Croup. "When my boy, Kay, was small he was subject to croup, and I was always alarmed at such times. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy proved far better than any other for this trouble. It always relieved him quickly. I am never without it in the house for I know It is a positive cure fot croup," wrltei Mrs. Pa. For W. It. McClaln, Dlalrsvllle, sale by all dealers. Miss Ha Hill. Mr, and Mrs. VV. H. Gulley and son, Remedr-T- he Chamberlain's Frank spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Smith. Mothers' Farorile. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Carter are spending the week with Mr. and Mr, Cough Remedy "I give Chamberlain's U. W. Ssnders. to my children when, they have colds or Mr. and Mrs. Ullard Miles are spend. coughs," writes Mrs, Verme Shaffer, parents, Mr. and Vandergrif t, Pa. It always helps tbem Ing the week with hU C. Miles. and It far superior to any other cough; Mrs. A. and medicine I have used. I advise anyone I MessHtJewand Dewey Price ,- !. .1 1 Miss Laeind Carter were tbe guest of neeo. i oi sucn a meuicme w kits I. ii. in Ray Sutyiey. 1 ro Miss For sale by all dealers. Couth .fflli..t . ... trial" llfBf