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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): December 16, 1915 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1915 cen1915121601_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): December 16, 1915 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1915 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE CENTRAL RECORD. PURE RELIQWh, ON1ARNISIIED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD QOVERNUEN2. rWllflTT SIXTH TKAH. i. LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON. DECEMBER 16. 1915. NUKBkR 37. warn mm mm Hand Us That $. Commercial Club MttU Tonifjii. Old Santy Is on the way. TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS REV. GEO. T. PEEPLES. Rev. G. T. Peeplea of the Methodist Conference M. E. Church South, brother of J. L. Pteplrs of Winchester, who formerly preached hare, died in Lex ington, Tenneisee, November 27, aged 73. He was one of five brothers Methodist Itinerant Ministers, and one of four confederate soldiers. This is the first death, all having lived C4yara from entering the war and perhaps the only family North or South furnishing as many as four to the army and all surviving the war half a century. The father of these sons, Rev. Benjamin Feeples, of Paris, Tenn., entered the Metliodist ministery at 18 years and died near 87 years. He formed the first Methodist Circuit west of the Tennes see River early In the 19th century. He raised up eight Methodist Itinerant ministers In his home, five sons and three orphan brothers-in-laDRUG STORE BEAUTIFUL One of the most beautiful drugstores of Central Kentucky is that of Mr, John E. Stormes, in this city. Where this beautiful and store stands has been known as the "Stormes Corner" for over fifty years. Mr. C. C. Stormes the father of our druggist had a drug store on this spot before the war and when John was a small boy he changed the style of the firm from C. C. Stormes to C. C. and J. E. Stormes. In loyalty and in memoiy of a devoted father that is the name of the firm today. Many changes have taken place in our little town in all these years, and this drug store, tho never changing Its name, has changed in every otherway. for it has always kept abreast of the times. First it was enlarged, then beautiful windows put in, then a hand some soda fountain, only recently it was redecorated by a city artist and a mezzanine floor placed In It, where you can have coca cola, soda water, ice cream, hot chocolate, bouillon and sandwiches far above the noisy crowd, where you can see and not be seen as It were. Where you can eat, drink and be merry in the most pnvate way imaginable. Mr. Stormes with a heart and mind always alive to progress baa made a beautiful and bright spot in Lancaster that we feel sure will be a joy forever. I Haselden Brothers The days are getting shorter. Get your Xmas country ham B. Ball's. at W. Christmas DISPLAY OF HOLIDAY Of course we are "buying It at home this Christmas:" Nunnally'a Box candy for Xmas, The "Puritan". If thisWK-- ' points to the Label on your Paper,your Subscription has expired. Please Hand us that Dollar. Qpfmmm&mmmm&mjmmm See Our Line Of Butcher Knives, We like to sing songs, read poetry, and make speeches bv the hour on the The community Christmas tree Idea freedom and liberties of the American Is pretty one. rwoph-t- hls boasted "Land of the free and and the home of the brave." We need Go to th Picture Show to learn that patriotism consists not In htilp the Woman's Club. the waving of a flag but In the striving Your choice of three grades of coal. to make our state and nation righteous Hudson, Hughes and Farnau. as well as strong. Someone has suggested a good slogan The Ideal Christmas gift. Is the gift "Help the Helpers Help the Helpless". of understanding. It comes through such study of the individual as gives Sympathy that begins and ends In one the necessary peep behind the cur- lip service Is of little help to any of us. tain. The gift, to be really a gift. Half of the proceeds of the Picture must not be the supplying of some Show tonight, goes to the Woman's everyday need. I don't think It means giving umbrellas and rubbers to the Club. poor as if always making ready for a Just received, nice line of fancy storm. The supplying of such wants e Dhina and at does nut come under the same head. I W. B. Ball's don't believe flowers are ever wasted Call and see our unusually large line on the poor. If one can requite some of candles, fruits, etc. 'Everything little hunger of the heart It is a wonderful thing. Davidson and Doty. the beat. There are many persons you meet There will be a Xmas tree at New Antioch church Dec. 24th at 3:30 P. M. them in the streets, at dinner, and at crossroads stores where farmers gather Everybody cordially invited to come. who glibly say that if good times "fry our self rising flour. It requires have arrived they are not participating. no baking powder, salt or soda. Good times never did mean that everyHudson, Hughes and Farnau. one has a bank balance. Hard times Everybody 'a got a chance to be presi never did mean that nobody had a dent, of coune the constitution says dollar. Individual financial so but what'll you take for your results probably, but not inevitably. from a general business activity. There chance? are persons always who are experiencage of sixteen a girl imagines ing hard times. But nowadays they At the the average man is all soul, but at the cannot, if at all informed, attribute age of thirty she knows he is mostly their personal situation to a general stomach. situation. No matter how high you climb, don't fall to remember that there's always a The one enduring and possible peace roomy place for you to fall when you for Europe must come through an overwhelming victory on the part of want to tumble. the Allies. Should the war end other The phrase "entente cordiale" was wise it will not be peace that follows. first used to express the friendly rela- but merely repression. A condition tions existing between France and such as existed between France and England In 1843. Germany after the war of 1870, when Lime, sand, brick, cement, wood Germany, in a spirit of brutal might and lust for conquest, raped France of fibre plaster, rock screenings etc For sale by Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. a part of her territory, Imposed an enormous Indemnity for having robbed An exchange asks; "Is Henry Ford her and then bated and mistrusted her working, the newspapers of the world for having deserved her enmity. But for a few million dollars' worth of free Mr. Ford presumably does not distin advertising, or is he just a plain nut?" guish the difference between peace and repression. Why not a piece of hand painted Some residents of Boston received china as a Xmas present for wife, mother, lister or sweetheart. Nothing the following announcement daintily printed in old English a few days be quiet as nice. Davidson & Doty. fore a recent Christmas; The fact that there will be no mar "To All Whom it May Concer- nrying In Heaven Isn't worrying a lot Greeting: We again bespeak your good of men. They would like to have some will and assistance in adding to the assurance that there will be no borrow- cheer of Christmas eve by placinglight-e- d ing there. caudles in the windows of your G The price of gasoline la steadily ad houses between and 10 at night, to vancing, and the owners of automobilea the end that the hearts of passersby will soon be compelled to put a second may be gladdened and that the day of mortgage on the machine in ofder to good will and glad tidings may be fit tingly commemorated." get the juice. The response was more general than Circle Girls division no. 3. will have was expected. Scarcely a house of their candy and cake sale at Mrs. Itella those to whom the appeal was addressArnold Francis itore, Saturday Dec. ed but had its candles arranged long 18th. Your order for a cake, now, before the hour appointed and prompt will be appreciated. ly at 6 o'clock lighted up in a flare of None is so poor that he cannot give Christmas light. The effect of good something at this hvuson of the year, Christmas cheer and of welcome to the coming festival was charming. The Hope, cheeriness and courage are far will be observed hereafter. above rubles. Sympathy, friendship custom and love are beyond price. Glass-warwell-bein- g at I Sausage Mills. Lard Presses. g GIFTS. Our sport goods will be g interesting to you. 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 assortment of attractive articles at such moderate prices. It will surely pay you to walk ihrough this exhibit before making your purchase, and It will undoubtedly suggest something you had not thought of. I Conn Brothers. LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. r A Merry Christmas. We have just received our Christmas Line of HAVILAND SANTA COMING To Our Store, Saturday, Dec. 18th, at 2:30. Bring The Children To See Him. A Present for every Child. I w. YA AND HAND PAINTED AND DECORATED CHINA. HOW TO SEASON - Also a Nice Assortment of Glassware. You are cordially invited to come and inspect our stock, . YOUR SAUSAGE. ' In giving the receipt for seasoning sausage, we evidently misunderstood Mrs. Alma Pope, and gave too much cayenne pepper. I he following is correct: To 12 pounds of sausage T hep ?S3 Ni Currey. 5Vii fciS ft I grass Department. Candle Sticks, Umbrella Stands Smoking Sets, Swinging Jnrdenicrs, Chafing Dishes, Jnrdenicrs, Fire Sets, Cuspidors, Dinner Gongs, meat, use three tablespoons each of salt and black pepper, two tablespoons of sage, and one pint of cayenne pepper. Danville Messenger. We made some sausage by the above formula and we are still of the opinion that you "have too d much pepper". i ARE YOU HUNGRY? If so call at OPERA HOUSE FRIDAY NIGHT "CAMEO Tobacco Jars, Electric Fixtures, Pedestals, Trays, Electroliers. DEC- - 17TH The Tixrizaa for a nice Lunch, also Everything in Soft Drinks 1 KIRBY" Cut Glass Department. Punch Bowls, Comports, Flower Baskets. Fruit Stands, Miiyonni.se, Sandwich Plates, Spoon Trays, Rose Bowls, Nappies, Flower Vases, Vater Pitchers, Puff Boxes. SYNOPSIS Cameo Kirby because of his fondness for cameos, is the son of a New Orleans plantation owner who died insolvent. When the plantation and slaves are sold at action. Cameo's favorite body- - servant is bought by one of his father's old friends, John Ran dall. im rni WAGONS iS OLD HICKORY Candle Sticks. Ice Tea.Glasses, Toilet flottles- vJewel Cases, Crcum & Sugar Suits , Domino Sugar Holders, Vinegar and Oliveoil.Cruets. , . All Sizesjjf Bowls ofTumbIcrs. e is the flour dough CHINAWARE. Game Sets. Fruit Bowls. , Cako Plates, Salad Bowls, , Utility Bowls. China Vases, Cups and Saucers, Pitchers, Dining Room and Decorating Plutes. made. It Dr. J. A. Amon, of this city, was cheapest. Always warm the before, mixing and lnead the appointed pension examination surgeon last Monday, says a special dispatch to thoroughly nfter mixing. Hudson, Hughes and Farnau, the Courier Journal. We are not pre, pared to say how lucrative this ap A Chicago judge has just ruled that pointment is, but we know it is a pop "the man is still head of tho house." ular one and the clever physician is to Further details, .however, might dia ue congratulated. close that when he went homo his wifo applied the recall of judicial decisions, DR. GANFIELD TO PREACH. Do your Christmas shopping early and do it at home. Never in the hi torv of this city have local merchunta had more complete lines of holiday goods. The prices are right and tho handle the best flour PENSION SURGEON. Our Toy Department is the largest shown in Lancaster. Very latest Mechanical Toys, Dolls, Wagons, Velocipedes, Rocking Horses, Irish Malls, Autos, Etc. Sewing, Hall and I'arlor Lamps. Manicure Sett from $1,00 to $15.00. Carving Sets 75cts to $15.00. Silver Knlvea, Forks ant Spoons. Chests of Silver $3.00 to $25.00. Ingersol Watches $1.00, $1.50. $2.00, $3.00. Pie Servers, Cream, Sugar, Gravy and Ucrry Spoons.. Toilet Sets m Ivory, Silver and Enamel. Military Brushes. Silver Handle Whisk llrooma. Ivory and Pearl Handle Pocket Knives, Air Rides, Hoy Soout Kifles. Boys Shot Guns. Hunting Coats, SmokIng Sets, Clocks and Vases. Sewing Machines, Ststulettes, Shaving Sets, Mugs, Mirrors and Safety Razors. Bicycles and Automobiles. : Dr. W. A. Ganfield, president of Center College, will fill the pulpit of Itev. J. Hockwrll Smith at the Presby terian church next Sunday morning. Mr. Smith is still confined to a hospital variety unlimited. at Lebanon, whero he is under treatment of Dr. McChord, of that city. If you ore undecided us to what to Many are the prayers that are offered give for a Christmas Present make It u each day for the speedy recovery of Choice Cut Flowers, this good and popular man. box of Schulz We will also have n number of extra nice Holly wreaths. Phone us at once, COL. FARRIS LOSES. L. N. and Wm. Miller. Gov. Stanley has named B. Williams, ef Frankfort, to succeed Col. George Farris, to the position of. executive niar.hall. This place has been held by Col. Furrls since it was created In 1914. The position Is a lucrative one and was much sought after. Mr. Williams wus an original Stanley man, Mrs Gait is already beginning to re a and was In charge of Stanley's head lize the penalty of marrying a presl quarters In his senatorial and guber dent. Crunks from all over the coun natorial primary campaigns In Franklin try are flooding her mail with requests county. for endorsements of egg beaters, hat pins, and a thousand or two other ar FOR SALE OR RENT. tides of more or less uncertain merit. The Dr. Mays property, within one Anent to the hog cholera epidemic In mile of Paint Lick, on Itichmoud road Madison county, Kobert r. Spencer, near two railroad station, churches, farm demonstrator, says; "The man and In walking distance of Paint Lick's who leaves a dead hog on his land to be flourishing High School. The house has eaten by the beasts of the earth and ten rooms and there are fifteen acres birds of the air Is a distributor of hog of land attached. Come let us sell or cholera and is robbing hungry stomachs rent you at once. No more desirable and taking clothing and books from the property In the county. Hughes & Swtnebroad. It- children in our needy land." The home paper Is sometimes not ap preciated as it should be. When we get away it becomes dearer to us than ever. This is the reason why the Central Record is a weelky visitor to so many homes all over iho United States, KM ( HASELDEN BROS mm Lancaster, Kentucky. After the sale, Kirby and Randall on one of tho Mississippi River boats. Randall meets an nc quaintarjee by the name of Col. Moreau, and after losing heavily to the Colonel on h wager concerning a race between the boat on which they are traveling and another river steamer, consents to a game of poker to get satisfaction Kirby, who, though his friendship for a certain gambler, is himself adept at the manipulation of cards, suspects that Moreau is not playing an honest game, and finally succeeds In forcing himself in and taking a hund. Randall, Hi having lost all his money wagers his home. The hand is played, and Kirby wins. Moreau accuses Kirby of cheat 'II ing, and Randall, not appreciating that Kirby- has won only to prevent the estate from falling into the hands of Moreau, shoots himself. When the body is taken ashore, Kirby meets Adele Randall, the daughter of the dead man, and immediately falls in love with her. But he stands in a very bad light- as a man who has taken the very home from a friend who has just assisted him and, of course, Is held responsible for the suicide. Tom Ran dall, the son of the suicide, swears to When Moreau and avenge his father. Kirby tight a duel, with results." This is a Paramount picture and Is a good one. They are shown every Tues day and Friday nights. The management also desires to announce the securing of the Mutual service which has never before been shown In Lan caster. This service will be run every Thursday and Saturday night for the present, and on Monday and Wednesday nights, Universal pictures will continue to be shown. This makes an excellent urogram for each week. In the mar future a serial picture will begin, the best one that can be booked. The management would like to receive suggestions from anyone as to the best serial to book. start north - Have attained a famous reputation by their Light Running, being Substantially Built, Safely Guaranteed and long years of service. W. J. ROMANS, Lancaster, Ky. I Page 2 E. C. MILLION. President. T. The Central Record, Thursday Dec 16 1915. J. CURTIS, Vice-Preside- DR. C. II. VAUGHT, Secretory. E. DEATHERAGE, Treasurer. Biggest in Price 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 221. MARION COY. J. Curtis. Dr. C. H. VAUGHT. J. SMITH. J. M. HADEN. E. DEATHERAGE. TO THE GROWERS OF GARRARD COUNTY:The Madison Tobacco Warehouse Company advertised to open its sales December 2nd. We sold on this date some 40,000 pounds of tobacco at a general nvernjjo of 0 cents which seems a better average than last year for same quality of tobacco. The drouth stopped the sales until the recent rains, we ore now having and we will continue to hnve dally sales. Wo also stated that by your generous pntronoge vou had enabled us to sell more tobacco on this market than all other houses combiued. We hope this year to show you fully our appreciation of this fact by securing better prices than we have ever gotten before. Our Prices For Selling Have Remained Just the Same as Last Year, This In Spite of More and More Expense to us, Each Year but wc wanted to sell for you just as low as it could be done, to bring any return whatever on our investment, this we ore now doing. We are Independent Absolutely of every other house or combinntion'of houses. Our market is as strong as any in the State despite what any body tells you. Hnvo had but 3 days selling and have already reached the 25c price for a basket and have sold many for 20 and tip to 25c. We are able to quote the following as among the best wc hnve had, and this too when no rcol fine tobacco has liecn offered. Smith & Afjeo 1390 lbs average 15.25. Smith Ss Agce 1285 lbs average 14.80. Mat Crews 2930 lbs average 10.25. Thomas Pitcher 1010 lbs average 13.30. J. II. Million 1100 lbs average 12.00. E. N. Burrus 1174 lbs average 12.00. Rcagn & Agce 2555 lbs avg 11.00 These are among the best prices for crop lots tint we have made. We expect these prices to get better just in proportion to the quality of tobacco ottered. We are ready with a trained and well equipped force to handle your crop, as we have ilways done. In a matter entirely satisfactory to you, and to secure the very best prices that can be gotten. House open day and night. We wllljbe glad to seo you. MADISON I can say my bowels are much TOBACCO WAREHOUSE CO., RICHMOND, KENTUCKY. SINCE TAKING PERUNA more regular. BRYANTSVILLE Messrs II. I. Burton and Bryan Bal lard were in Lexington Thursday, See us for cotton seed meal. Hudson, Hughes and Farnau. Miss Mary Ellen Farley is at home after a visit to relatives in Jessamine. Miss Bessie Chapman of Nicholasvllla was the guest of Mrs. Hogan Ballard last week. Mrs. Lee Hagan of Lancaster, spent the week end with her daughter, Mrs, Walter Arnold. Miss Bessie Caldwell, who is teaching here will spend the Xmas holidays at her home in London. Mr. George Patton of Louisville, was here several days last week the guest of Mr. Bryan Ballard. Several from here sold a number of hogs to Mr. Henry Ruble at 6.40. Thy averaged from 150 to 200 lbs. Mrs. Frame Campbell, of Louisville, returned home Friday after a visit to her sister, Mrs. J. C. Williams. Mrs. James Coy of Kirksville, and Mrs. J. B. Dozier, of Okla., were the guests Friday of Mrs. R. I. Burton. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Dean,' Mr. and Mrs. Henry McAfee and Mrs. Dykes were in Frankfort for the inauguration of Gov. Stanley. Mrs. R. I. Burton. Miss Mayce Lee Ballard and Miss Eliza Ison were In Lexington Thursday to see "The Gar den of Allah". Mr. George M. Murphy was stricken with paralysis Friday afternoon and died Saturday morning. Mr. Murphy was 72 years old and every one was shocked to hear of his death. The in terment took place at Mt. Olivet Sun day morning. A FEW f i DROPS BOURBON POULTRY CURE In the drinking wtttr Hikes Hens Laj Amazingly Cures Koup. CoMs. Cbotora, Llmberaeck Prevents Sickness. One 50c bottl makes U ol medicine. At able poultry book free. lOtUBOIBEKtOTCO. Valu- Make Your Christ-ma- s My heart is stronger. My appetite is much better. llilartji.I;. Shopping Easy Go to Center & Co., where you will find a big assortment of Clothing, Sold by J. R. Mount, Son & Co. home from Cincinnati, where she has been the guest of relatives and friends My throat is much better. Mrs. William H. Hlnchliffe. 20 Myrtle St, Beverly, Mass., writes: "I have taken four bottles of Peruna, and I can say that it has done me a great deal of good for catarrh of the head and throat. I recommend Peruna to all sufferers with catarrh. I do not think I ever felt much better. I am really surprised at the work I can do. I do not think too much praise can be said foe Peruna." , Those who object .to fluid medicines can now" procure Peruna v Tablets., ii We have all kinds of Lumber and our prices are right i in s m 8 HERE'S NEW VIGOR FOR OVERWORKED STOMACHS. I 1 A.H.Bastin&Son R. E. McRoberts, the popular drug gists, has been In the drug business long enough tc have his own opinion of the best way ot selling medicines. He says the plan adopted by the great dyspepsia reme Jy, is the fairest he has ever heard of. He doesn't be lieve that a medicine ought to be paid for unless it docs the user soma good, house. Is sold under a positive And Mi-o-Mr. and Mrs. for several weeks. Mrs. J. W. Clark, "who has bem in Lexington visiting relatives and friend: returned home Saturday. Mr. James Engleman, of Paris, Is here at the bedside of his father, Mr. John Engleman, who is very ill. Igo Perry will come home from K. M. I., to spend th holidays with her parents. Dr. and Mrs. G. G. Perry. Mrs. Elizabeth Dilllon has returned home from Lancaster, where she has been the guest ot Mrs. N. Miller. Coe H. Moser went to Lancaster Friday to testify in a suit against the L. & N. on trial in circuit court there. Rev. and Mrs. D. M. Walker and children wilt spend the Christmas holidays In Setma, Ala., with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Winifred Duncan are rejoicing over the arrival of a little son. He has been christened James Menefee Duncan. Miss Florence Spragcns, of Elllsburg n has been the attractive guest of Mills Craig. Miss Craig gave a dinner Friday evening in her honor. Mrs. Annie Newland went to Lexington Wednesday to spent several weeks with her daughter, Mrs. Marvin Adams and son, Joseph M. Newland. Mr. Thomas Lackey, of Leitchfleld, III., who has been nere the guest of hls'sister, Mrs. J. C. Bailey and Miss Ophelia Lackey, has returned home. Mrs. Logan McCall, who recently underwent a tligh operation at the home of Dr. E. J. Brown, is able to return to her room at tho Hunn boarding Sal-lie- Overcoats, Mackinaws. Sweaters, Shoes, Slippers, Hats, Caps, Shirts, Underwear, Socks, Handkerchiefs, Ties and Gloves. In fact everything a man or boy wears. CENTER, I DanvIIIfc, - & COMPANY. Kentucky. THOS. P. PRATHEK, E. B. RAY, J. V.-Pr- es. L. DAVIS, President. Weigher. fi Gen. Mgr. 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, through-ou- t our guarantee to relieve dyspepsia or to refund the money. You simply leave 50 cents on dsposit with him and If, after you have used the box of you decide that it has done you no good, all you have to do is to tell him so and he will return your money. Hundreds of people have been reliev ed of stomach agonies by using this remarkable remedy, It is not simply a food digeoter; It is a medicine that puts all of the digestive organs into normal condition and gives ruddy, glowing, vigorous health. A change for the better will be seen after the first few dozes of and its continued use will soon give the power to eat any thing at any time and not suffer dis and see tress afterward. Use how much more there Is in life, Mi-o-a STANFORD Mrs. Beverly Rout is able to be out illness. Wesley Embry, of Frankfort, Is here with his mother, Mrs. J. T. Lmbry. Lee Perkins, who has been quite ill for some time remains about the sam,e, and little Mrs. Bohon Campbell on the sick daughter, Martha are after several days list, Mr. Ex. Reynolds Is reported very low and not expected to linger much entire stock. This is the best stand In Central Kentucky and we invite any prospector to buy. We mean to sell this business as first stated in our sale bills. Call on or write, longer. Miss Mary Burdette has been the guest of Miss Myrtle Murray at Crab Orchard. Mrs. Bettle Larue, of Louisville, Is the guest of her sister, Mrs. George DeBorde. J. N. Menefee left Wednesday for Mineral Wells, Texas, to visit their daughters, Metdames E. B. Ritchie and G. B. Maury. They will be gone until the first of April. Mrs. Carroll Shanks had a very narrow escape Tuesday at noon, when the horse she was driving became frightenMrs. Shanks was ed and ran away. thrown out of the buggy, striking her shoulder, causing much pain. No bones were broken or dislocated. The accident occurred on Danville avenue. Mrs. Burleson, of Waynesburg, who is employed at tho St. Asaph hotel here, was badly burned, while scouring the floor in tho kitchen. She had put Concentrated Lye on the floor and had a bucket of hot water In her hand preparing to pour the water on the floor, when she slipped and fell pouring the boiling water on herself. She screamed for help, but when Mrs. Jordan, the wife of the proprietor reached her, her clothing was thoroughly saturated in the boiling water and her body was badlv burned. Everybody Is looking forward to the Charity Minstrels that will be given here on Wednesday evening, December 22nd. The best array of local talent will be on display, There are fourteen black faces, besides a number more, not black. A good supply of local jokes has been collectrd and will be given, as well a number of the latest songs. John N. Menefee, Jr., who Is at the head ot this minstrel Is much pleased with the prospects for a good crowd and a good show. The proceeds will bo distributed among the poor at Sick Two Yean With Indigestion. HOI TOBACCO WAREH'SE Incorporated. INDEPENDANT. Lexington, Ky. Virginia ave & Q.&C.R.R Some reasons why the Farmers of Garrard County should sell with us. 1st The first house you come to. 2nd Tho only house owned and controlled hy Fanners. plan. 3rd We sell on the lth- The Lexington market the first sale averaged $9.05 OUR HOUSE averaged $1220 Come and hear our Auctloners, DAKER & BASS. The best In Kentucky. - Farmers Home Tobacco Warehouse Incorporated. Co. Attorney W. S. Burch, who Is at Hot Springs, Ark,, is reported as being Improved. Miss Margaret Lewis, of Williams burg, Is the guest of W, H. Hlggins and family. Mrs. J, L. McKee Rifle has returned Becker, Ballard & Scott. PHONE 27. BRYANTSVILLE, Ky. "Two years ago I was greatly bene fited through using two or three bottles of Chamberlain's Tablets," writes Mr "Before S. A. Keller, Elida. Ohio. taking them I was sick for two years with Indigestion." Sold by all dealers. Lexington, - Kentucky. w The Central Record, Thursday Dec 6, 1915 1 J. Page 3 JKHome Loose Leaf Tobacco Warehouse INCORPORATED. nicies: iioiNr id We Opened to receive Tobacco November 29th And are Making Big Sales Every Day. Same management as last year which insures the prompt and careful handling of your crops. Highest market price and same courteous treatment to every one. If you havent sold at the HOME before get in line and we will make you a satisfied customer too. Commissioner' s Sale Of Land. GAHIiARD CIRCUIT COURT. Albert Iluffmsn's Adm'r., et al, Plaintiffs, VS. Cal la a Si) l.r4 lrnft, lllr.t COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF LAND. GAHUAKD CIKCUIT C0UUT. Plaintiff, Sallie Lou Myers, VS. Hallie Myers Ware, et al, Defendant, Pursuant to a judgment rendered at the November Term l'JIC, the under signed Commissioner will sell at public auction to the highest and best bidder. on the premises on the Uuckeye piki about two miles Northeast of Lancaa ter, Ky., at II o clock, A. 41. or thereabouts, on THURSDAY, DECEMUEK 23, 1916, the real estate mentioned in the plead' imcs and described as follows: Located In Garrard County, Kentucky, and bounded as follows: On the Uuck-ev- e turnpike, beginning at a stake in Speeds lirsnch the West side of the Lancaster and Iluckeve road, corner to the part of the Flanerv land boueht bv Fisher and Herring; thence crossing said pike diagonally N 221 E 67 poles to a stake on the North side of same; thence crossing said pike, N 61 E 35 poles to a stone, old Uuckeye comer; thence crossing Speeds fork N 65 W 6 poles to the middle of said Dike: thence with the middle and mesnders of same N 63 E 78 poles N 43) E 24 poles N 48 E 24 poles N 431 E 19 poles to a noint in the middle of same; thence N 47 W 8 poles to the end of a stone fence, where another stone fence I a found, corner to Jennings; thence crossing sam pme apeeus iorK a. w ti poles to a stake near a stone fence, and elm comer to Ilurdette; thence line to same S 21 1. 14 poles to a black walnut stumn comer to same; thence S 3J W 114 poles to a sugar tree stump, at the end of a stone fence to ssme and Mat tie Durde tie; wence line to same a W w I9.3Z poles to a box alder, comer to Arnold; thence S 381 W 38.41 poles to a lynn comer to same; thence S 26 W 73J poles to a stone comer to same; thence S J E 70 poles to a stake, corner to Mrs. Wilds; thence line to same S 49 W 26.60 poles 10 a sugar tree, corner to same and J. M. uuncan, a dot w 444 poles to a stone in said line a new corner to th part bought by Fisher and Herring; tnence new line to same; thence N 28 W 49 poles to a stone on East side o or near drain; thence down same with east side N 621 W 19 poles to a stone on a small point N 42, W 49.40 poles to a stone near the forks of a drain; thence down same on the east side N 22 E 25 poles to a stone N 8 W 69 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 IT WILL SUPRISE AND PLEASE YOU to find that many items of JEWELRY in our stock ore vry moderetely priced. We discourage the purchasing of "cheap" Jewelry, but ore always glad to ofler merchandise at low prices when this does not mean inferior quality. Wo have a complete line 'of fine diamonds LOW FARES FOR THE HORSE RESTORATIVE. mxtlclntl powdtr, br.liti .nd tr.uiih pramoi.r.m.il. i.t.Mlr to car. r.Lrrh al th bowl,(ludlftl lr elourtrsrlu. ofUnclte stools mlit with anill ictii.i ir.laS CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS. via QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE TICKETS ON SALE DEC.17, 18, 19, 20, rl tie. T.blt.poan dot., rid th tytttm rl rti.rrb.l wttt. rattttr .ud O KNOCKH out WOKM8. II tlw.jt, Try It oue, you'll llt 1100. boec.oi, II rouod COLIC CUKK quick r.lltl wiiboal lo.pln tb bow.lt Ilk. moti otbtrtdo. small dottt; no dr.ncblnf (It dot. bolll. c j n dot. bottle Il.oo. UlRTKMl'RR. COUOII AND HKAYK RKMEIIY will c.t We ItrslrearedUUmper .nd coucbt. .od when lit .n with C.I'Hlno Ton lo iSirooti will car. .11 cvrc.bl. of lie ot. .... Lergt bottl(ll of C.C.&J.LSTORMES,Dnii(ul LANCASTER, KY. Public Sale I will on TUESDAY, DEC Hit. 1915 AT 10 A. M on mil from Klrkivllle on the Morllng; Mill pike In Madison county, known as the old Smith farm, tell to the highest bidder the following: One brood mare, 1 coming two year old bone colt 1 two year old filly, well broke and afe to drive, 1 yearling filly, 1 weanling Ally, 1 line Jersey cow to be fresh In April, 1 weanling calf. 9 fat hogs ready for market, 1 buggy and harnesi, 1 turning plow, tome earn and Houiehold and other Implement. Kitchen furniture, caned fruit of all kinds and other things too numerous to mention. Termi made known on day of tale, O. II. FOLEY. Klrksvllle. Ky, Capt. Am Bourne, Auct. ltrrinnlncr at .fair.. In h 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 62 W 44 poles to a stake. In the line corner to Fisher and Herring; thence HIGHEST PRICES PAID line of ssme N 28 W 49 poles to a R.biIii.m Mtll.d O.r stone on East side of drain; thence 5kipm..t U down same on East side N 62 W 19 poles to a atone between the pike and a No Commission to Pay drain; thence down same In a branch Writ, fw Prlc. LUl ad on the Eiist side of same N 22 E 25 SbippUg T.I. poles to a stone N 8 W 69 poles to a stone In Speeds Fork on the South aide M. Sabel & Sons oi tna Lancaster and uuckeye road, L.t.UUl.4 1IS ImfftxUl corner to Fisher and Herrieg; thence down said creek. N 32 E 12 poles to a LOU1SVIUX. KY. stone on South side sf the pike about 2 feet South of the stone fence, a new comer; thence a new line S 16 E 25 poles to a stake a new corner; thenca another new line S 73 E 114.1 poles to the beginning. Also to be deducted the following boundary: Ileginnlng at a stake in the middle of the stable on the South aide of the turnpike road, to a new comer: thence N 37 E 22 poles; thence S 60 E poles AT OUR S 14 W 43.4 poles N 16 W 28.08 to the beginning, corner containing 2 acres 1 rood and 6 poles. The purpose of said sale is to divide the proceeds among the of Isaac Myers and Joint owner as their Interest appears. in TEIIMS. The sale will be made on a credit of six and twelve months and the purGood Work and chaser will be required to execute bond with approved security fcr the purchase Prompt Service by price, due in six and twelve months respectively, and bearing Interest at Expert Mechanics. the rate of six per cent per annum from date until paid, havinir the force and effect of a Judgment unon which Complete line of Tires. execution may Issue, psyable to W. II. Every tiling in Automobile Ilrown, Master Commissioner of the Accessories. Garrard Circuit Court, and a lien will be reserved upon the property sold until all the purchase money Is psld. W. H. WtOWN. M. C. G. Prestollte Service. C II. II. Tomlinson. Attorney for l'llf. Capt, A. M. Ilourne, Auctioneer. Miss Sallie Lou Myers. Administrator MITCHELL & of I. N. Myers, will at the same time and place sell to the highest and best bidder a lot of horses, cattle, farming SHACKELFORD. house-holImplements, and kitchen (urnimre ana various otner articles too Second Street. Phone 124. numerous to mention. Terms made known on day of sale. Danville, Ky. Sallie Lou Myers, Admr. I. M, Myers, Deceased, Albert Huffman's Heirs, et al, Defendants. Pursuant to a Judgment rendered at the November Term. 1915. the under signed Commissioner .will sell at public . .J auction lo ino nigncst anu ueit uiuuer, before the Court House door in Lsncas ter, Kentucky, at 11 o'clock A. M.. oi 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 ed as loiiowa: Two tracts of land in Garrard County, Kentucky, on the waters of Sugsr Creek adjoining each other. The first tract was conveyed toJAIbert Huffman by Stone Executors by deed dated July the 31at, 1S77, and recorded in Deed Hook No. Z, page 504, Garrard County Clerk's office and bounded as follows: beginning at a mulberry on a branch, a corner to O. S. Williams and also to lot No. 2 in the division of the landed estate of Smith Stone bought by Wm. Baughman; thence down the branch with its meaDders N 66 E 18 poles N 491 E 20 poles to a stake on the South side of said branch just below a small black walnut, comer to said Williams; thence N 84 E 12 4.10 poles to a large Spanish oak stump and small buckeye sapling, comer to Bettle Thorton; tnence ner line a 41 w 4U poles to a stake near a poplar pointer S 671 W 48 poles to a stone at a hackberry S 34 E 60 poles to a buckeya at a ipring S 48 E 34 poles to a bunch of lynn sprouts in or near the head of a hollow; thence down same with its meanders S 62 E 30 poles S 37 E 14 poles S 49 E 23 poles to a stake In a branch one half poie teiaw a back walnut; thence up said branch S 41 W 40 poles S 49 W 16 poles to a stake at the foot of a hill on the South side of the branch, corner to HcbL Stone on line to Isaiah Shearer; thence Shearer line N 69 W passing nis corner ana tnence on same course with liuliman In all 160 poles to stake on saw iiuuman line and a new corner 10 lot ixo. z, saiu slake In a drain. or gulley; thence new line to Raughman N (30 E 101 poles to the middle of a large flat rock in the West edge of a branch or drain; thence down same with its meanders N 32) E 20 poles to a sycamore standing In the forks of a branch; thence down same with Its meanders N82f E 23.1 poles to a stake on North bank of the branch N 89 E 11 poles N 63 E 16 poles to the beginning, containing 92 acres, 3 1 1! I L 1 21.22, 23, 24, & 25. Good returning to reach original starting point before midnight, January 10th, 1916. Ask Ticket Agent for Particulars. and precious stones, Watches, Jewelry and Silverware. In our Art Repair Department, recentely removed from Brussels, Belgium, we restore fine antique China and Porcelain and old Paintings. This is the only shop of its kind in the United States. W. A. BECKLER, General Passenger Agt., CincInnatl.O Victor Bogaert Co., ESTABLISHED 133-13- Draw A Check 1883. LEXINGTON, KY. for the money you owe and note how much more res- 5 West Main Street, R..iJ STOP GARAGE When heira-at-la- Danville a d boundary. The second tract was purchased by juoeri jiunman oy ueea irom j. A. Uratton and wifedatedthe21stof Dec, 1909, and recorded in said clerk office In Deed llook No. 25, page 264, and is bounded as follows: Ileginnlng 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 by Job Marse to Tom Doolin; thence leaving the creek and with linea to said 100.2 acres S 19 E passing up said drain 7.60 chains to a stake on the East bank of said drain and near t h o mouth of a small drain thence up last named drain S 85 E 5.25 chains to a black walnut on east side of drain and near head of drain; thence South 61 E 12.95 chains to a stake 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 said Doolin and to Albert Huffman; thence down the drain with meanders and with said Huffman N 86 E 6.77 chains N 89 E 2.76 chains N 65 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 681 E 4.60 chains N 62) E 4 25 chains N 361 r; 6.25 chains N 68 K l.oH chains S 72 E 3.50 chains to a Point on West bank of sugsr creek at mouth of drain, corner to Chas. William; thence up said creek N 16 W. 7 chains to a point on Northeast side of creek; thence still un creek N 82 W 13 chains N 851 W 8.20 chains N 79 W 8 chains to a stake on North bank or side of creek corner to Mrs. Lavton; thence S 6) W of a chain to middle of creek and up and with middle of creek W. 14) chains to a stake and sycamore stump a UUI W 9.45 chslns to the beginning, containing 80.3 acres. There is to be ex cluded 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 m Deed Rook 32, page 281, and said 77-1- roods and 30 poles. There is excluded from this boundary above set out three and three fourths acres of land sold by Albert Huffman to Isaiah Shearer by deed dated Sept. 16th, 1877, and recorded in said clerk's olflce In Deed Hook No. 3, page 248, and said deed is referred to for more specific description of slid excluded description. Miss Bettie Scott was In Lexington The purpose of said sale Is to psy the Saturday. debts of Albert Huffman, deceased, Mrs. Mattie Montgomery Is quite sick and divide the proceeds remaining among the orsatd llunman at this writing. and to settle the estate of said Huffman. The three public schools near here will close Friday until March. TERMS. The sale will be made on a credit of Cremo dairy feed will make your cow six and twelve months and the purchas- give more milk. Hudson, Hughes and er will be required to execute bond with rarnau. approved security for the purchase Little Miss Edna Duncan of Bryants- price, due in six and twelve months respectively and bearing Interest at the viile is the guest of her aunt, Mrs, rate of six per cent per annum from Harrison Dean. date until paid, having the force and Misses Mary and Katie Sherrow and eirect of b judgment, upon which ex ecution may issue, payable to W. II Miss Mary Beasley were in Danville, Brown. Master Commissioner of the shopping Saturday. Garrard Circuit Court, and a lien will Mrs. Dlllard Brunfield and children be reserved upon the property sold un were the guests of her parents, Mr. and til an tne purenase money is para. ftlrs. A. a uean last week. W. H. BROWN, M. C. G. C. Miss Clara Pollard entertained at a social at the home of Mr. and Mrs, L. L. Walker, Atfy for Plffs. Auther Prestonon last Monday evening Capt. A. M. Bourne, Auctioneer. Messrs Lee Thompson and Marion Montgomery sold to Mr. Joe Pope last week some hogs at 5 cents per pound. On Sunday the 19th, the Sunday School contribution at Mt. Hebron Sunday school will be given for mountain schools. "Quite a number here have sold their tobacco crops the highest prices receivGARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. ed so far were Messrs Mack Hendren and Otho Montgomery who sold for 15 and 16c to Lexington buyers. James Temple's Adm'r. FlalntifT. nelrs-at-la- excluded Dart is bounded in said deed. which is referred to for a more specific MT. HEBRON pectfully your creditors re gard you. They like to do business with a man who has an account at the Girmd Buk & Trust Co. They know he is doing business In a business like way. Better open such an account even if your affairs are not large. They will grow all right. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Capital $50,000. A. R JENNY, President Surplus $30,000. Vice Pres't. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. r. J. L. Gill, J. B, T. CUBBY, E. STOBMES. Ass't Cashier. COMMISSIONER'S Safety Samual Deposit Boxes For Rent. SALE OF LAND. WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. D. Cochran, Alex It. Denny, J. II. Posey, J. E. Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott. Directors. VS Alice Temple, et al, Defendants, Pursuant to a iudement rendered at tne November Term. 1'J15. the under signed Commissioner will sell at public auction to the highest and best bidder before tho Court House Door in Lancaster, Ky,, at 11 ociock, 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 described as follows: In Garrard County. Kentucky, on the waters of Kentucky River and containing about 70 acres, being the land where Alice Temple now resides, near Hickman bridge and adjoins the land of Henry Moore, Hiram Campbell and LAgan acott and Kentucky river. The purpoke of this sale is to settle the estate kf James Temple, deceased, and divide the proceeds if any remains after payment of debts, among his as their interest may ap pear. heirs-at-la- Florida home-seeker- Travel there on the "St. Louis Special" equipped with electric lighted steel coaches, through drawing room sleeping cars to Jacksonville and new dining car service to Ashevillc, and from Asheville to Jacksonville. The trip via Asheville is through "The Land of the Sky", the only scenic route to Florida. Very low s' fares and winter tourists' fares now In effect; with stopovers and other special features. Oct full information and (arcs bom the Local Southern Agent, or wilts to b. H.Todd, District Passenger Ant,LoultTilIe, Ky. The Southern Railway Is the direct a, line to AshevilIe,Aiken,Augusta,Char-lcston.ColumbiSavannah, Summer-vill- e and other southern resorts. Southern Railway Florida - Cuba - New Orleans IDEAL WINTER PLAYGROUNDS TERMS. The sale will be made on a credit of six months and the purchaser will be required to execute bond with approved security for the purchase price, due in six months bearing interest at the rate of six per cent per annum from date until paid, having the force and effect of a judgment for 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 until an tne purenase money is paid. W. II. Brown. M. C. G. C C. L. L. Walker, Atfy for PUT.. A. M. Bourne, Auctioneer. WINTER TOURIST TICKETS ON SALE DAILY TO ALL RESORTS OF THE SOUTH. LONG RETURN LIMIT. STOP OVERS. ron run. information, apply to nearest ticket agent on writs II. C.KING, Passenger and Ticket Ajent, 101 East Main Street, W, A. BECKLER, Coneral Passenger Azcnt, I Dvtntflon. I?v. Cincinnati, Ohio 'j Page 4 wwww wwwwwwwwww,www? The Central Record, Thy rsd ay Dec 16 1915. KtattaniaRai attanan ww ww www w w w w wava ! m Kodak -- are now open and they ask you to see them. They have been bought carefully and priced very low. It Is not possible to mention every item, but they have in great variety, such staples as HOLIDAY GOODS DIAMONDS, LAVALLIERRES, BRACELETS, WATCHES AND SILVER WARE. Also a well selected, line of They invite you to look the stock over and prices will induce you to buy. CUT CLASS, HAND PAINTED CHINA, BRASS GOODS, FINE CLOCKS, SEAL AND SET RINGS, 9 Z Z jigpSr f iff C KfrI & W hmi ITSELF And Jos tono simple thumb pressure on rtocsiMSCent'FiUCr- - I I I Books, Bibles, Toilet and Shaving Sets, Fountain Pens, Kodaks, Safety Razors, Dolls, Toys, Etc. car 'Froblcm ta'Scttlcd &l PV A1 Claut'lHell white UMHMonltBtTCr It T 41 M orrow & McR oberts LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. ANOTHER FIRE. MUST HELP IF STANLEY MRS. M. JOSEPH TV re Scll-tUU- Fountain Pen The residence of Mrs. Isaac Hamilton, PLEDGE on Maple Avenue, caught fire from an IS A SUCCESS. THE $1.00 a year. Issued Weekly. overheated grate, last Monday evening, Many papers throughout Kentucky Will Not Touch Intoxicating Liquors or entailing a loss of several hundred dol- and many prominent people, also, are J. . ROBINSON. Editor. lars before the blaze was extinguished. writing and talking a great deal on Allow Any Served In Executive Locnl Editor and Mgr. R.L. ELKIN. The fire originated in the room of Mr. "What a great opportunity Mr. Stanley W. B. Burton, whose loss Is nominal, has." They write and talk about the 'Mansion. Entered at the Toil Office tn Lanetitar, Kr., Mm. Hamilton's public debt, about clean elections, about with no insurance. Second-CLMull Msttcr. Governor-elec- t A. O. Stanley has loss is several hundred dollars, .which the tax system, and that the public Press Association made public Member Kentucky should be brought face to face with the pledge that during his was covered by insurance. a and distressing financial conditions. Now term of office as Chief Executive of Eighth District Publishers League. what are they going to do to help Mr. Kentucky he will be a total abstainer WALKER FOR CONGRESS Stanley? No living man can handle from the use of alcoholic stimulants Lancaster, Ky., December 16. 1915 Judge L. L. Walker, ot Lancaster, the reins of government without cohimself, and will bar all such liquors appears to be regarded as having the operation from the people, but In fiom the Governor's Mansion at Frank inside tracK for the Republican nomi- Kentucky, sad to say, a big majority Rates For Political Announcements fort. 5.00 Offices For Precinct and Citv This announcement was made at the nation for Congress next year in the of these papers and people, who have 10.00 Warren Memorial Church in Louisville 8th district, which is considered good been bringing por County Offices these conditions before For State and District Offices.... 16.00 Sunday afternoon bv Dr Aquilla Webb, G. 0. P. fighting ground since the the public, are against Mr. Stanley at 10 For Calls, per line pastor. The occasion was the mass, Eighth District onlv went Democratic heart. They would be glad to see his 10 For Cards, per line meeting under the auspices of the In' by a meager majority. Judge Walker, administration a failure. If they have For all publications in the interternatlonal Peace Forum. About 600 who was the Republican candidate for the interest of the state at heart they Lieutenant Governor in the last cam- Mill pitch in and not only offer up a est of individuals or expresmen and women were present. sion of individual views, per In opening the meeting, Dr. Webb paign, showed up to good advantage prayer for Governor Stanley's adminis,10 announced lin that he had been authorized in hu home district and this fact has tration, but aid him in every way pos. 05 by nhltuaries. ner line Mr, Stanley to make an important served to boom his congressional stock. sible to place the old state high up in Louisville Times. announcement to the meeting. This the list of great commonwealths of the We are authorized to announce Miss announcement, the minister continued, nation. Without your help he is helpJennie Higgins a candidate for County would be one of interest to all the peo less. Without the aid of the legislaOUCH! of Garrard ple of Kentucky. School Superintendent ture his work for the good of the state Shelton Saufley, of the Stanford will amount to nil. If the lobbyists County, subject to the action of the "Mr. Stanley has authorized me to Interior Journal, in advising Col. J who have swarmed around Frankfort Democratic primary Auguit 1917. tell you. Dr. Webb said, "that whil be is Governor of Kentucky not one Woodson May, of Somerset, as' to ' for years are allowed to continue their The sympathy of the average penon drop of intoxicating liquor shall be ad what office he should or should not goes out to the more unfortunate in mltted to the Executive Mansion, nor accept under the Stanley administraMr. backward instead of forward. life, but there be few who are willing served at any dinner given by the Gov tion, says; Stanley will pilot the old ship of state this kind of to give their services to "Don't let them hand you.any lemon safely if some of you rnor, and that he, himself, will be a work. It requires patience and es- total abstainer during his term of pie like 'Assistant Fire Marshall' after will just notrock the boat. Winchester all you have done for them. Woodson. pecially self sacrifibe to reach out and office." If they insist on giving It tq a news- Sun. help the depressed. We believe that a The people of Kentucky, Dr. Webb paper man, let them give it to Ed person is nearer the cross of calvarv said in concluding his announcement. bhinnick; it s about his size." ABOUT THAT WEDDING. Well, welll and if Stanley should give when they are extending the hand of have reason to congratulate themselves to the needy in life than at on the stand taken by the incoming a piece of pie to every newspaper man assistance Mrs. Norman Gait's interesting ariy other time. This was the rrission executive. The audience received the in Kentucky, commensurate with his home, with its charming rose colored Why notyours? size, the piece to which Saufley would drawing rooms end simple graceful of the Man of Galilee. announcement with hearty applause. be entitled would be so infimtismally furnishings of old mahogany, will make There are many families in Lancaster small that it could be put into a jay a charming setting for the wedding. in want some who have not really BANGS", bird's eye. Ed Shinmck. enough to eat or wear; others very LOOKS GOOD FOR It will be decorated with flowers from little, fuel. Some will say these unthe White House conservatories. Representative Harvey Helm has The fine new carnation, now under fortunates should have worked during introduced a bill in congress providing BANQUET TO OFFICERS. cultivation, which is to be named the the summer and fall instead of idling for the payment to Lewis Landram, away the hours. That, peihaps, is a editor of the Danville Messenger, for After u business meeting of the of "Edith Boiling pink," in compliment to logical argument, but must the little $5,000, due the late W. J. Landram, ficers of the Christian church held in the President's bride, is being forced by children suffer because of the neglect when he was collector of Internal Rev- the directors room of the Citizens careful nursing, to reach its full glory Lilies of the of parents? There are few families In enue in the Eighth Kentucky district. National B ink, last Thursday evening. in time for the wedding. Lancaster or vicinity but what have Here's hoping "Bangs". the entire board wea delightfully, en- valley are also being forced and will be clothing, shoes and other wearing aptertained at a banquet, by Mr. B. F. used in the decorations, together with parel that thev could donate to u cause Hudson at Kengarlan hotel. A most Mrs. Gait's ravorito orchids, for which OUR NEW POST OFFICE. of this kind, without depriving themsumptuous menu had been prepared by the White House conservatories are selves. So as the holidays approach, We were in error when we stated in Mrs. Ziramer, consisting ot five cour famous. Few know what gown the Presimake some boy or girl, or oven an our last issue that the contract for the ses, which was heartily enjoyed by the older person happy by giving tome-thin- g soil investigation has been awarded to following, who were fortunatn indeed dent's bride will wear. Many boxes out your abundance. Mr. Horace Herndon, when in fact Mr. to have been present on this happy oc and packages of all sorts have been at her residence the last few J. A. Beazley secured this contract, casion. J. A. Beazley, R. T. Embry, Buy your Xmas Candy and Fruits at his bid being about ten dollars less than L. G. Davidson, M. L. Caneer, Henry devs. many of them bearing the New Moore, B. F. Hudson, Thos. Anderson, York postmark. It is believed thatif she that of Mr. Herndon's. W. U. Ball's. A letter from Congressman Helm J." R. Haselden. J B. Collier, V. A. purchased her wedding gown in New Governor McCreary pardoned 611 men states that we are to get this building Lear, W. R. Bastin, J. J. Walker. G. York, it has not yet been delivered. It convicted of ciime during his four and that plans and specification will be D. Robinson, W. S. Carrier, Edgar is virtually certain that Mrs. Gait did in Paris at the years term of office which has just ex- prepared in a a few weeks. The as Price, W. S. Embry, H. V. Bastin. 0. not purchase pired, which is 49 less than the mark Blatant ticasurer having authorized T. Layton, It. E. McRoberts, Theo expense of $1,300, us it was rumored. In defeience to the simplicity of tho set by Gus Willson, his predecessor. Curry, J. W. Elmore, J. H. Dalton, R. $5,000 to begin the work. ceremony it is thought Mrs. Gait will L. Elkin, F. M. Tinder. wear a simple gown. One creation has v A V?7r.Vi rsts '"?vW(V-V-. VVmVVV?S7W?a been hanging in her cupboard for LOGAN several weeks which wcAild meet all re Mrs. Matilda J. Logan died Dec, quirements. It is made of handsome 13th, near Crab Orchard. She was the materials, on long plain lines, a d its widow of Mason Logan, a well known only trimmlna in some fine old lace that Mexican Boldicr, who preceded her has been in the family for years. The Central Record incorporated. STANLEY TAKES ii ii in SAYS EXCELLENT' Louisville Woman Asserts fited Her G. M. LYON'S STORE Tanlac Bene- Wonderfully. BUSY CASH Louisville, Kv.. Dec. 15, Mrs. Minnie Joseph, wife of Loui Joseph, the employe of Fountain Ferry Park, is among the hundreds of Louis ville people who recently have indorsed Tanlac. Mrs. Joseph said: "I have suffered from nervous de bility several years. My system was all run down. I hd nervous headaches and was generally depressed in spirits. I used a number of preparations in the hope of bettering my condition. but nothing seemed to accomplish the right results until I began taking Tanlac. Tanlac has proved a most excell ent tonic In my case. It relieved me wonderfully. I am so much better and I willingly recommend this medicine." Tanlac Is now being sold in Lancaster at R. E. McRoberts drug store, and in Bryantsville by Becker, Ballard and Great Reductions In COATS A gift SUITS Do Also a large line of HOLIDAY GOODS for both young and old. shopping with your G. 3C Scott. THE AUTOMOBILE M LANCASTER. - LYONS. KENTUCKY. INDUSTRY II II II II 1 EU irrTrKf'Trri k i B I I I idffn? Santa Glaus RIGHT HERE WITH THE GOODS. P P p h P from Toyland. Do The latest imnortations 1 P P I 8 your Christmas Shopping both early and late at my store. D. White Marsee. Next to Central Record Office. twelve years (go. Mrs. Logan was born Sept. 2nd., 1839, being seventy-siyears of age. She was the oldest child of Dr. John Bradshaw, of Columbia. She usurviv. ed by a brother. T. W, Bradshaw, und a sister, Mrs. Nannie E. Kelley. Of her immediate fumlly, she leaves two sons, Walker Logan and II. II. Logan, and one daughter, Mrs. Hurve Foley. Mrs. Logan was a life long member of the Baptist church. Her ailllctlon during the last twelve years was borne with great fortitude. She possessed a most cheerful and happy disposition and numbered as many friends among the young tu among the old. Her aim was always to make others happy. She will be missed by many, in whose memory she. is held dear. Her resignation and willingness to Death's summons was indeed beautiful, Her remains were carried to Freedom church Tuesday Dec. 14th.. where funeral services were conducted by Rev, Foley, after which all that was mortal of this good woman, was laid to rest in the church cemetery: a spot of gtound given by Mason Logan's father over 112 years ago. x The announcement at the White that only members of the two families and the President's Immediate household would attend the wed ding, and that no formal invitations surprised official would be issued, Washington. It had been expected that at least a few friends would be invited. The Rev. Herbert Scott Smith, rec tor of St. Margaret's Protestant Episcopal church, which Mrs. Gait haa attended in recent months, has been tentatively selected as the officiating clergyman, although It is possible that the Rev. Sylvester Beach, pastor of the President a church in Princeton, may assist. The President is a Pres. byterian. The wedding ceremony will be held in the drawing room of Mrs. Gait' home, where a temporary altar will be erected. The ceremony will be an evening affair. Plans for the honeymoon trip are being kept secret, but it Is known they plan to leave Washington shortly after the ceremony. The Mayflower, the President's yacht, Is being kept ready, and It haa been reported that at least n part of yie trip will be made on water. House The growth and magnitude of the automobile industry is marvelous. The growth of the electric industry alone rivals it. Togother they are modifying our social life in a bewildering manner, and have an economii importance of the first rank. The value of the automobiles sold in the last fiscal year was $025,000,000. The exports f!l reached $100,000,000. The industry consumed 13,000,000 barrels of gasoline and 20,000,000 gallons of lubricants Eight million tires were used, and there were 51,00n workmen employed in a Our line is splendidly selected and larger single State, while there were 448 factories in 31 States. than ever, and we claim to have the lowest Amazing as these figures are In prices to be found in Lancaster or any other themselves, their influence upon the in affairs of our times can only be realtown. If you don't believe It, Just come in. ized when their reaction upon other industries is added to the picture. It is said that motor vehicles traveled ten billion miles. If there were no more than three passengers in each vehicle. that is thirty billion passenger miles. Fountain service exlrn special. Desides Cold Drinks The steam railways report that in the :) we give you HOT CHOCOLATE, the best ever. Hot Bouilcame veac they carried 1,033,000,000 passengers an average of 3! miles for lons and Sandwiches. Ladies anil Children specially lookeach journey or a passenger mileage ed after. of 31,000,000,000. There is no wonder that the railways are feeling the competition of the automobile, and that the jitneys have thrown some electric roads into poverty. The automobile and the telephone together have done more than Jbsi all the unlifters to encourage the "back to the land" movement. Many farmers now live In towns and go to their farms us men of business go to their offices. Many other farmers are content to remain on tho farms which R 1I I are annexed to the towns as truly as the towns are annexed to the farms. Tne territory convenient to cities has Thou been vivified ustnnithlngly. sands buy acres, adding the price of an automobile to their investment, and then are independent of other forms of travel. There can be no doubt thathuii' dreds of millions of real estate values have been created in the manner, while the effect upon good health is In estimable, both In tho sense that the figures cannot be given and that they are beyond price. It Is said that there The Bread with the Air-Tig- ht and Dust Proof is now one automobile to each mile of Wrapper. Also Fresh public road, and almost one to each square mile of territory. That must be a powerful stimulant to the good roads movement, and that in turn adds value to all farm lands. It has been said that there is no value in farms over ten miles from a railway, because Special Orders for Banquets, Parties and the cost of the wagon haul absorbs the profit of the crops. Those figures must Weddings, SIven Prompt Attention. be revised when the roads are carried to the farms and tho cost of the haul is reduced by the economy of motor carriage. V) 1 Christmas Doings At I ! STORMES' (! I I I STORMES DRUG STORE I 1 1 I I III m I I I wvww trrtin 'wnw wnrww ik Kill TRY A LOAF OF OUR Ul U11I nIBI3Bt.3sSB j&bk. .JOE PIES AND CAKES, BAKED - DAILY. I wish to select a Christmas present for my husband and I can't think of anything. He doesn't smoke nor drink, nor go out nights nor Mrs. Goodwun; M BhovTerfecz. Confectionery, play cards. The Salesperson; Ii be fond of fancy- work? 2 1 Danville, .... Incorporated. Bakery and Caterers. Kentucky. The Central Record, Thursday Dec 16 19.15. Page 5 AA Since the tendency of the Holiday Gift has turned to the useful as well as the ornamental, why not first consider our great display of PRACTICAL GIFTS. Furs, 5 A Gloves, Handkerchiefs, Jftt Silk Hosiery, Bath Robes, Ivory Novelties, SUITS and COATS. MERCANTILE COMPANY. JOSEPH THE Who Wish All A Merry Christmas and A Happy New Year. The Misses Gill have been in Louisville for a visit ofa few days. 5 MULE TRADE ACTIVE S Come in and see our 5 and 10c. Counter souvenir given with each one dollar cash purchase until Jmninry9tli, 1910. Gossip About People vvv A BrUf Mention ol the Comings and Goings by Those Wt Art interested In. Miss Mavme Dickerson of Itichmond, Having sold my business, will apweek-en- d guest of Mrs. J. B. preciate a prompt settlement of alt accounts. Harry Anderson. Mrs. I'ollittof Vanceburg is the guest Soper. of her daughter Mrs. S. II. I'ollitt. Mrs. T. M. Wilson and Miss Josn for MU SterlMiss Uelle Smith left on Tuesday for Mount leaves was the Quick Meal Mailable, Range At $55.00 Dollars Warranted as good as the best. Lined. Rust-Proof. Jno. Deere Wagons, best Ironed and Superior finish, $70. J. E. Mount, Son S & Co. Pattern Hats & a visit to her brother Mr. G. M. Smith of Corbln. Wm. Cox is added to the force in the Lancaster post ofllce for the coming Christmas rush. Mr. II. Zimmer was in Cincinnati for Mrs. Sal lie Maret of Nicholasvillehas a visit of several days. been the guest of her brother Mr. Jack Miss Jessio I'arks of I'alnt Lick is Adams and family. the guest of Miss Katie Simpson. J. W. Francis of Parkersburg West Mr. Edgar Col son spent Sunday In Vn., will be at home to spend the holiLexington, the guest of his mother. Enameled Miss Tommle Francis is in Danville days with his family. Elder F. M. Tinder conducted a seiies visiting Mr. and Mrs. Banks Hudson. of meetings on Monday and Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Raymcnd of Lex nights at Hyattsville. ington are guests at the Simpson House, Mrs. Ii. F. Walters was a recent Mr. James Stapp, of Lexington, was guest of her cousins. Mr. and Mrs. M. the guest of Miss Kunice I'ratber, Sun F. Elkin of Lexington. day. Mrs. T. M. Wilson of Howling Green Mrs. James Jones and daughter. M.'ss is here for a visit with her parents Mr. Ethel Jones are in Danville visitirg and Mrs. J. It. Mount. relatives. Mr. and Mrs. W. Ii. Moss were called Mesdames C. D. I'owell and II. C. to Middlesboro last Sunday by the motored to the city of Lex death of Mrs. Moss's sister. Hamilton ington Saturday. Miss Florence Johnson of Stetson L? Mrs. Mildred Beazley has returned University, DeLand, Fia, will be at from a short visit to her daughter, Mrs home for tho Christmas season. Wm. Hays, in Stanford. Allen Johnson and T. J. Price, stu Miss Polly Ileynolds has returned after a delightful visit with her Bister, dents at Stanton Va. Military College, will arrive shortly for the holidays. Mrs. Curtis Smith at Danville. Mr. W. Ii. Mason and Miss Sue She! Mr. James II. Collier, of Fork Itidge, Tenn., is here for n visit to his sister, by Mason were in Stanford for the funeral of the late Mr. S. J. Embry. Mrs. U. D. Simpson and family. ing for a short visit. At a handsome reception given at the Marlowe Club at Hamilton College recently a number of Lancaster boys were upon the invitation list, Messrs Ector Lawson, Bradley Bourne and Frank Tinder. Miss Mary Clay WH lirms of Tulsa Oklahoma, formerly of this city was in the receiving line to welcome the guests. Dick G. Denny, who has been visit- Mr. J. L. Wiggins, of Wilson, N. C. hos been in the city for several days buying mules and horses for his home EXPOSITION CLOSED. market. He shipped a load Tuesday, At midnight on Saturday Dec. 4th consisting of 1G mules and 9 horses the lights went out in the Great Ex. and will ship another load this week. position at San Francisco and it be- Although ho paid as high as $200 for some mules, he bought quite a number came a thing of the past. In cost, extent and beauty it was the from $130 to $150. greatest exposition ever held. Fifty million dollars were expei.ded on it and YOU'LL FIND IIMN THIS COLUMN, yet with this vast ontlay the managers say it has been a financial success. r j and all Winter linery at prices ENTIRE STOCK TO MAKE Milis Mrs. Wm. Farnuu and little son, are The Chautauqua Circle met Tuesday in Danville visiting Mrs. Farnau'a afternoon at the home of the Misses Kennedy. mother, Mrs. Alexander Gill. Most inviting refreshments were Miss Elizabeth Ford acquitted herself served. most creditably at a recital given last Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hoeing, of week at Snyre College Lexington. Chicago, will arrive in a few days to Miss Elizabeth Anderson was in enjoy the Yuletido with Mr. and Mrs. Richmond Tuesday with her sister Miss,' W. Sweeney. I'atsy Anderson at the Normal school. Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Haselden and to see Miss Allie Arnold a teacher in the D sons motored to Nicholasville & D. College in I'ittsbutg. I'enn., will Mrs. Haselden's parents, Mr. and Mrs, arrive shortly for the Christmas season Powell Duncan. Mrs. E. H. Denham and little daugh Mr. W. II. Wearen, of Stanford, Secretary of the Kentucky Miller's As- ters, Lida' Uelle and Florence Catherine sociation was a recent visitor in Lan- of Stanford, have been pleasant guests of Mis. Harry Crutchfield. caster. v a SELECTIONS FROM g I invite you to call and see for yourself. FURNITURE AND STOVES. Having bought the furniture stock of Harry Anderson, we will move our stock of furniture and stores into the Stormes building on or before Jan. 1st, 1916, and ore now offering Stoves, Ranges. China cabinets. Carpets, Druggets, several styles in Dining . tables and chairs, at big reductions for cash while they last. Dickerson. We will also make special cash price Mr. Tom Wherritt and Mrs. John on any article in our line from now unStormes received the sad intellegence til December 18th. , of the death of Mrs. Clark Wherritt J. F. Holtzclaw and Son. Gilman, of New Orleans which occured Sunday night. Mrs. Gilman was a sister of Mr. Wherritt who was born and reared in Richmond and married Dr. Gilman a prominent southern Doctor and had lived all of her married OF life in the south. Much sympathy is extended Mr. Wherritt who belonged GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT to a family of thirteen children most J. W. Sweeney, Plaintiff, of whom are now dead. ing friends and relatives here and In Garrard county for several weeks, will leave shortly for Havana, Cuba, where he will spend the winter. Mr. Denny has interests in a promising racing stable, and will start his thoroughbreds at the rare meeting which is soon to commence at the Cuban capital. It is quite a mecca for American horsemen during the winter. Interior Journal. Miss Amy Phelps Dawes a girl only 13 years of age will give a "Violin Recital" at her home in Georgetown on Dec. 20, and the whole performance will be from memory. The talented young Miss is a daughter of Mrs. B. A. Dawes a former Garrard county woman who lived at Hryantgville. The mother her self is a gifted musician. Little Miss Dawes is a near relative of Mr. II. Clay Sutton and Mrs. J. E. The attendance reached nearly eighDellghtfnl fruit cake at the Puritan. teen million, another high water mark. What was at first thought would be its Cigars and cigarettes in fancy packundoing proved its best asset The ages at the "Puritan." European war. For the great flow of travel which formerly went across the Work called for and delivered. Atlantic was to a large extent diverted Colson Bros, Successors to A. D. Kirk to California. This is especially true Phone 76. 2mo. of residents of Eastern States and Eight chairs, dining table and side cities. board. Will sell cheap. REMOVAL REDUCTION ON Mrs. W. B. Mason. Christmas gifts for men and ladies, at The "Puritan". Our Xmas goods are now in our store and are of the best. Give us the pleas-ur- e of serving you. Davidson fc Doty. Dry cleaning and pressing. All work guaranteed. Colson Bros. Successors to A. D. Kirk. 2mo. We will be pleased to have you took over our Christmas goods even if you do not buy. Davidson and Doty. 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 For Sale Or Rent. COMMISSIONER'S SALE LAND. 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 VS When European governments at war with each other will not listen to the tenders of good offices from the heads George Allen, et al. Defendants. Plaintiff, J. AND S. Johnson, on cross-petitio- OROANIZlin 1SS3. We Citizens National Bank ky. OP LANCASTER, Capital $50,000. B. F. HUDSON. Surplus $45,000. .". President. W. O. r.icNKV, Ass't Cash'r. Job J. Walxek, W. F. CIIAMt'. Cashier. J. WALKER, Jk.. Vice Prest. r. Is the very backbone of every We regard your cobusiness. as a necessaiy factor in our success. operation We hope you speak a good wonl for us if we give you good service. If you find our service lucking 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 flml a weak spot. Pn.OPFR ATTON ,uccearul of neutral nations, what reason have we to suppose that they would give even a thought to the blatant demands of Mrs. Cleveland ltoso has been in private American citizens who apMrs. It. II. Metcalf andchlUlrenhave returned from a visit to Mrs. Metcult's Stanford to see her brother, Mr. Lee parently think more of newspaper parents, Mr. and Mrs. J, li. lieck, of Perkins, who is still in a serious con notoriety than they do of peace? Stinford. dition from his recent painful accident. MesdHmea Shropshire of Cynthiana Miss Katherine Park whs called to EMBRY. and J. E. Scott and little daughter, ot her nome in Tenm, by the serious Danville, III., were recent guests of illness of her sister, and her place In Samuel J. Embry, Sr., a prominent Mrs. J. W. Sweeney. the Graded School is being supplied bv Lincoln county man, passed away at his home north of Stanford on tho LanH. G. Denny, of Stanford who has Mrs. Currcy. caster pike last Friday. He had been been visiting Lancaster and Garrard Mrs. Wm. Denny complimented her relatives has gone to spend the rest of husband by u birthday dinner on Tues in poor health for a number of years. Mr. Embry was 80 years old. He was the winter month's in Havana, Cuba. day evening at their attractive country one of the county's largest farmers. Misses Clara and Anna Miller, of home. A number of candles were lit, All of his life ho had been an active Charleston, West, Vb., will arrive to but not knowing how many can not say Democrat. Besides his wife, he is sur spend tho Christinas holidays with vived by three sons, Joe T. Embry, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Ward, of their parents, Mr, and Mrs. N. Miller. are receiving congratulations since chief bookkeeper under Auditor Henry Miss Mary Arnold left this week for tho arrival of u new daughter. The M. Bosworth, at Frankfort; Deputy a short visit to Nicliolusvillo relatives dainty littla visitor has been named for SheriirWill S. Embry and Sam J. going from there to Frankfort for u her attractive aunt, Miss Florence Embry, Jr, of Stanford. stay with Mr. and Mrs, Jesse II, Arnold. Andridge. MEMORIAL SERVICE. A memorial service was conducted at the Christian Church by the women of of the C. W. B. M. in memory of Mrs. Mrs. Ellen Belle Walton Burdette. 'Owsley, a devoted friend, conducted ' I 'S Visit our Store and see the NO ALUM BAKING POWDER Made from Cream of Tartar the servicv, telling of her first impres XMAS DISPLAY s g You can buy gifts for all ages. sions of Mrs. Burdette, of how she came here a stranger and entered at j once into the churcli work. She brought I out her influence as a Sunday School teacher, citing the instsnce of her lead ing her entire Sunday school class of young boys up to make the good con' fession at a protracted meeting con Among the ducted by Bro. Hobson. number, she could recall her own son, Will Owsley, and Will Jennings both of whom preceded her to the grave, others were Will.Watson and Bob Elkin. Mrs. KaulTman spoke of her loyultv to the churcli and Aid Society. Mrs. p Rella Arnold Francis. Absolutely Pure spoke of the Inspiration the minutes she wrote gave her upon taking her place as secretary of the Aid Society. Many were the sweet and tender memories of this christian woman. Truly, to live in the lives and hearts of those you leave behind In not to die. All persons having claims against tho estate of Walker Kavanaugh Itothwell, present same properly proven to me. TERMS. The property will be sold on a credit Those knowing themselves indebted to of six und twelve months and the pur- said estate, please settle at once. chaser will be required to execute bond Wm. II, Johnson, Admr. with approved security for the purchase Ofllce Buford St. price due in six and twelve months, respectively, and benrirg interest at the rate of six per cent from date until KELLY TOBACCO SEED. paiu, naving me force anu enect or a upon which execution may Only genuine Kelly Improved Burley1 udgment ssue. payable to W. II. Brown, Master seed obtainable, direct from raiser, Commissioner fof the Garrard Circuit burley grower Court, and a lien will be reserved upon who has been champion years. me property som until an tne purchase of Kentucky for Isst twenty-liv- e Supply limited. $1.00 per ounce. Send money is paid. W. II. BROWN, M. C. G. C. C. mall orders to. L. L. Walker. Att'y for Plffa. B. L. Kelly & Sons. It. 1. Lancaster, Ky. Capt, A. M. Bourne, Auctioneer. loilows: First tract being composed of land purchased by said Allen to E. S. Pol lard and wife and Wm. and Mollie Eusley. and the second tract nurchased by Baid George Allen of Noah Marsee. Jr., the said land being on the wuters of Sugar Creek in Garrard County, Ky.. unu uounuvu as lonows: Tract No. 1 : Bounded on the North by George Hulf man; on the East by the land of John Sutton; on the South oy ine ninu oi win uroauuus ana on the West oy the land of Cyrus Dailey and containing about (! acres. Tract No, 2, Beginning at the water gatu at the moutli or the branch, corner to John Ham; thence S 28 W 111 poles, corner to Samuel Dunn; thence N CO W 22 poles, corner to stone fence In a hollow; thence S 33 W 15 poles corner to nerlaii Kemper and Samuel Dunn, N 51 W 2C poles, coiner to Gilbert Turner und Beriah Kemper. N 28 E 58 poles, corner to Gilbert Turner and John Ham in hollow; thence N 28 E 02 poles to the beginning, containing Zl acres, more or less. The purpose of said sale is to satisfy the lien claim of James I. Hamilton aa assignee of J. S. .lohnbon in the sum of $519.70 with six per cent Interest tnereon per annum from January 1, 1913. until paid, and the probable cost of this action amounting to $00. VS George Allen, Defendant. Pursuant to a judgment rendered at me niurcii lerm. l'JW, Herein, the underlined Commissioner will sell at public auction to the highest and best uiader before the Court House door in Lancaster, Ky., at 11 o'clock, A. M., or thereabouts, on MONDAY, DECEMBER 27. 1915. it being the first day of the Garrard County Court, the real estate mention ed in the pleadings and described as year 1916. Fisher Herring. For Rent. Two new modern up to date houses in Lancaster all modern improvements cisterns, good gardens and out buildings. Possession Jan. 1st. Haselden Bros. For Sale One 15 horse power Firebanks Morse engine, and Dynamo, capacity COO lights, all good as new. Would take In exchange horse power engine. L. E. Hcrron. NOTICE. The National Bunk will hold their banking house elect directors suing year. stock-holde- of the Citizens of Lancaster Kentucky, annual election at their in Lancaster, Ky., to to serve during tho enW. F. Champ. Cashier. FOR SALE PRIVATELY. have sold my home and must give possession by Dec. 15. Will sell privately my house hold furniture, conI sisting of Majestic Range, drawing table, chairs and other furniture. Mrs. Lucy G. Arnold. NOTICE. Page 6 The Central hecord, Thursday Dec 16, 1915. "I BOUGHT A BUNCH OF PIGS" Pure Xmas Candies AUU some HOME-MADE. We have an Immense stock of beautiful and wholeCANDIES we made especially for the Christmas WORD TO XMAS SHOPPER Some say that e'er 'gainst that season conies Where In our Saviors birth is celebrated, The bird of dawning sinfjeth all night long. And then, they say, no spirit dare stir abroad, The nights are wholesome, then no planets strike, No fairy takes, nor witch hath power to charm, So hallowed and so gracious is the time. We have made special efforts to be able to offer the public suitable and useful remembrances for this beautiful season spoken of by the great poet. Our stock Is complete in new stylish and attractive things for men and boys. We are exclusive agents In this city for such well known lines of Merchandise as trade at VERY LOW PRICES None but'pure ingredients used, and each piece absolutely fresh from our candy kitchen. We will make guar-antee- d SPECIAL LOW PRICES TO SCHOOLS and SUNDAY SCHOOLS Get our prices on quantities and you will see that we will save money for you. See our special candies at 9 cents per pound. Beautiful lined Boxed Candles Talcice of Sweets MAIN ST, OPP. 1'OSTOFFi'CE. DANVILLE, KY. Smith Lung Tonic. Relief For Lung Troubles, Coughs, Colds, Hoarsness, Whooping Cough Bronchial Soreness and Lung Affection. Prepared with care by Dr. T. B. Smith the originator of Smith Agricultural Liniment, 48 years test has proven the best. Sold at Contains no Dope nor Tar or Creasote. Stormes' Drug Store, Lancaster. Read what others gay about the Lung Tonic IMief. Mrs. James C. Richards, of Ford, Clark County, Ky.. who was stricken down with consumption in February. 1865, says; "I had more than twenty doctors to treat me-anI used all the remedies of that day, but I received no benefit. In November, 1870, Dr. T. B. Smith passed through Boonesboro, where l was lying sick, so low and weak I could not raise my head from my pillow. For six months I had been waiting for death to relieve me of my sufferings. Dr. Smith gave me one quart of Lung Tonic, and I afterwards used 3 gallons during the following two years. I am now (November 1912) still living and well. I am satisfied there is no remedy equal to it. I rejoice to say my life was saved by this wonderful remedy and to tell others who are likewise afflicted." "Got tbe biggest piece of news yet,' yelled Dave Thurman as be rode up to tbe old blacksmith shop at Ash- bottom. "Well give It to us, Dave." "John Hughes's join' to run for school trustee." "No, you're Jokln', Dave. John, he's too busy a farmer to bother with beln' school trustee, besides he hasn't got any tin folks teachln' school that ever heard of." "That may be so, but I got word about it mighty straight His wife tol' ralno he was goln' to run an' I reckon that's Just about as straight as anybody could get anything. Here he comes now on bis ol bay mare, in' you can ask blm for yourselves." When the tall, man had given tbe blacksmith some instructions concerning the mending of a doubletree, he turned to tbe men and said: "I'll bet anything Dave has told yeu I'm out for the offlce of school trustee for Ashbottom "Yes, be said you were goln' to run, but we couldn't hardly believe It," answered one of the neighbors. "Why notT" "Well, because mighty few men ever wanted the trouble and bother of wor ryln' with a young teacher an' a lot of children. Besides there ain't a penny In It an' plenty of hard work If the man does his duty." The candidate sat down on the frame of the grindstone under the big elm and quietly crossed bis legs. For a time be was silent with an odd, bit ter smile on his face. At length he arose and said: "Any one of you men would flgbt If anybody told you tbat you really didn't love your children, wouldn't youT" The men about him nodded tholr as sent and he hurried on. 'You do love 'em; I know you do because I love mine, too. But boys, there's ever so many ways of lovln' children an' It's only lately that I've ceen a new way to love 'em. My children have been goln' to school out at the little school house for five years an' I hardly ever gave 'em a thought. I voted for any ol' galloot that wanted to be trustee Just like you have." "What made you swap around In your Ideas?" asked one of the men. 'Feedln' bogs an' keepin my eyes open," ' "Don't you Joke with us, John, we want to know." "I have already told you, but I haven't told you the whole story Just as It happened o me. You fellows recollect I bought a big bunch of pigs Just about tie time school opened. Well they war as nice a bunch as I ever saw, so I wanted 'em to be fed right My regular hand, ol' 81, was sick, so I had to hire a new man to do the feedln'. While I was lookln' around I put the hogs In that clover Held down next the school house so they'd have grailn' enough an' plenty of water. "I reckon you boya think I'm takln' a long time to tell you the story, but I believe It'll change your Ideas about the school like it did mine. Well, the day I put the hogs In on the clover a nice lookln' youngster about 18 years old come over to hire to me an' feed the hogs. I talked with him an' he was bright all right, but ho never had fed bogs. He had worked on a farm an be had a pretty good education, an' I wanted to hire him, but you see I was afraid to risk feedln' a lot of corn to pigs that stood me live hundred dollars In hard money." I don t blame you," remarked one of tbe men. "but how did that make you decide you wanted to be trustee!" 'I'm comin' to that now. After the young man had left an' I'd finished feedln' the pigs, I went over to the school bouse as I was so close by. When I went In the door I reckon I was still thlnkln' about the pigs an' the young man I waa afraid to hire. At any rate I looked over the room. My children and your children goln' to school to a mite of a sweet little girl of 18. I'd known her nearly all her life an' I was certain this waa the first school she'd ever taught I knew she's only finished goln' to school herself last year. "For a minute I felt Uke a fool because I knew I'd been afraid to trust the feedln' of my hoga to a youngster without experience an' yet here were four of my own children goln' to school to an little girl without any experience. "That's tbe reason I told you I was learnln' to love my children a new way, an' that's tbe reason I'm goln' to take time to be trustee so I can see tbat my children an' your children get a fair square deal from now on." are sold here exclusively. Our stock Is now strong on Stetson, Swan and Keith Hats and caps for men and boys. Suit Cases, Bags, Umbrellas, Gloves, Silk Shirts, Silk Hose, Tics, Silk Handkerchiefs, Etc., are useful presents. Come early and get first pick. Adlers Collegion Suits and Coats for men and Seinsheimer's "Frat" and "Perfection" Clothing for men and boys. The Florsheim, Weber, Knox, Nunn and Busch, and Endicott Johnson Shoes Logan Anderson & Tomlinson. CLEAR THE CHANNEL Reliable, TSfsS- HHtf' 3G DDE 3 DB Useful Gifts For Him Here is the solution of that great problem ''What Shall I Give Him?" that Is perplexing thousands of mothers, wives, sisters, daughters and sweethearts. Men appreciate practical gifts. thing to wear is always acceptable. Some- Dependable, ALLOW US TO SUGGEST FROM OUR STOCK Reasonable. GIVE PEOPLE GREATER POWER The people of Kentucky are Interested, deeply Interested, In education, as Is shown by tbe advance made In the lost ten years. The people want this development and advancement to be of a strong and lasting type, but this can not be accomplished either rapidly or consistently so long as the school system remains In politics. Every good citizen and parent In tho state wants the management of their child's educational advantages divorced from politics. The Superintendent of Public In' structlon Is a constitutional officer and must be elected at a regular election of state officers, and he can not succeed himself. To make this a little plainer. It might be well to state that tbe name Superintendent of Public Instruction Is one of the many names on the ballot, and Interest In the election Is centered, not on him, but upon the head of the ticket Frequently a state ticket Is elected on a big public issue, absolutely foreign to school matters, and the result Is the Superintendent of Public Instruction goes Into offlce, not as a school man, but as part of a successful party ticket. No business could be carried on with thorough success It the general manager knew that at the end of four years be must glvs up bis position to a new and untried man, no matter what progress he was making. This Is exactly what the state Is now doing with Its Important business, the busl ness of manufacturing strong citizens out of tho raw material of chlld-llrIt Is proposed to amend the Const!' tutlon of the state by striking from sections 91, 93 and 95 of the Constltu tton the words "Superintendent of the Public instruction. The objects to bo accomplished by this amendment are to enable the peo ple of this state to take tbe office of Superintendent of Public Instruction out of politics and to continue In office for a longer period than four years any Superintendent whose conduct of tbe office Is highly efficient. Under the operation of tbe Constltu tlon, which compels the election o( Superintendent of Publlo Instruction for a term of four years, and which mokes this officer Ineligible to succeed himself, the people are prevented from eliminating the office from politics and prohibited from retaining In office an efficient officer. The public, in urging this change, should boar In mind tbe fact that even Silk and Madras Shirts. Neckwear, Initial Handkerchiefs, Silk Hose, Silk and Wool Reefers, Gloves. Dress and Fur; Evening Slippers, Indian Moccasins, Bath Robes, Smoking Jackets, House Coats, Top Coats. Rain Coats, Fur Caps, Full Drtss and Tuxedo Vests, Canes, Umbrellas, Traveling Bags, Collar Bags, Gold Cuff Buttons, and many other novelties. OUR NAME IS A MARK OF QUALITY. PARKS DANVILLE, & HENDREN CO. (Incorporated) KENTUCKY. THE CASKEY JEWELRY CO. Successors to A. K. Lyon. W. 9. RIGNEY Funeral Lancaster, Director and Embalmer. Kentucky. Office Phone 18. with tbe quickest action possible under the law this amendment would not be effective until the candidate elected next August will have served his full term, so that no complications or 111 feeling need be developed. 127 West Main. LEXINGTON, KY. Residence Phone 33. The Central Record $1.00 Per Year in Advance. Lancaster, V .... Kentucky. The Central Record, Thursday Dec 16 1915. 1 Page 7 TO LANCASTER TOBACCO W'R'HSE Stanford Street. C. A. Also TREAT CATARRH BY A TREACHEROUS Speith Branch TROUBLE The Out, History. 8c Company, Managers. No commission charged. We pay Highest Market Price and unload same day. Phone 308. House at PAINT LICK, KY. of a mothers love. When In intense pain she would reach out her tiny little arms and ciy "Oh, Lillie Bet 'as she always called her) can't you do something for me, I am suffering so". The faithful sister who nursed h?r thru her invalidism did everything possible to ease her suffering and was never known to murmur or complain of the trial. She leaves a mother, Mrs. Ocie Kemper, one sister, Mrs Robt. Clark, and a brother Mr. Arthur Kemper of Kansas City. She was buried in the Forks cemetery on Sunday afternoon. The services were conducted by Rev. Mahan. her pastor. To the bereaved ones we recommend them to the submission of the will of God who doeth all things well. GREATEST WAR IN HISTORY narrow limits, Hare Been Waged In The World's NATURE'S METHOD Etery Breath ol Hjoraei Carries Medicated Air to the Healing lofecled Lancaster People Are Shown War Present Conflict Dwarfs All Others Which Membrane. Nearly every one who has catarrh knowt how foolish It if to try and euro It with sprays, lotloni, and the tike, Temporary relief may be given, but a cure seldom comes. Until recently your physician would probably have said the only way to help catarrh would lw to have n change of climate; but now with a simple pre paratlon called Hyomei you can carry a climate In your vest pocket and by breathing it a few minutes four times a day successfully treat yourselt. The complete Hycmei outfit is inexpensive and consists of an Inhaler that can be carried in the vest pocket, a medicine dropper and a bottle of Hyomei. The inhaler lasts a life time. and If one bottle does not give perman ent relief, an extra bottle of Hyomei can be obtained at any time for a trifl ing sum. It is more economical than all remedies advertised for the cure of catarrh, and is the only treatment known to us that follows nature in her method of treating diseases of .the respiratory organ.. GROWING OLD. McRobera has .old a Kreat many Hyomei outfits and the mure he sell. A little more tlr-- at close of day; the more convinced he is that he is A little less anxious to have our way; perfectly safe in guaranteeing to re A little less ready to scold and blame; fund the money if Hyomei does not re A little more earn for a brother's name, lieve. And so we arenearing the journey's end Where time and eternity meet and blend. A little less care for bonds and gold; DO YOU KNOW? A little more zest in the days of old; view and n saner mind. That Chicago publishes 710 news A broader And a little more love for all mankind; pspers? more careful of what we say, That one person dies In every fifteen A little And so we are faring the way, In ChicagoT of Chicago came from A little more love for tho friends of That youth; Southern KuropoT That there nru less than two thou A little less zeal for established truth: A little mora charity in our views. sand Chinese in ChicagoT That 3D per cent of the people of A little less thirst for the daily news; And so we are folding our tents away Chicago cannot apeak English? per cent of And passing in silenco at close of day. That only twenty-fiv- e A little more leisure to ait and dream. Chicago had American parental That there is a saloon for every forty A little more real the things unseen; A little hit nearer to those ahead. school children in ChicnguT That Chicago has more Germans With virions of those long loved and dead And so wo are going where all must go, thsn all the population of Milwaukee? That at least six persons uvcry year To the place the living may never know. live to bo one hundred years old in A little more laughter.a little more tears ChicagoT And we shall have told our Increasing That every third person you meet In years; Chicago is an American, while every The book is closed and the prayers are is fourth is a German and every tenth said, Irish? And wo are a part of tho countless dead That in Chicago, while there were Thrice happy, then, if some soul can soy, two thousand deaths from tuberculoids "I live because he has passed my way." -- Ex. last year there were only two from health-givinFoster-Milburd one-sixt- nations. Former wars were wars of soldieis: this is a war in which the chemist and the manufacturers and the workingman at home are as vital to urinary disorders. If theso symptoms victory as the fighters at the front. are unheeded, there is grave danger of Former wars were on a great scale, but dropsy or possible liright's disease, none of them saw, as this has seen, Doan's Kidney Tills have earned a re some 20,000,000 men under arms. Former wars were expensive, but putntion for their effectiveness Is kid' ney troubles, and are known and re- never until now has civilization paid commended the world over. Lancas- $50,000,000.00 a day for the pleasure of ter reaerds should find convincing blowing itself to pieces. Former war. proof in the following statement. It's from a citizen of this locality. R. CtKaulkner. It. F. D. No. 2. Uox 131, Taint I.lclt, Ky., says: "I suffered for some time from a weak back. A dnll pain through my loins gave me much trouble. I learned about Doan's Kidney Tills and used them. They soon removed the aches and pains." Trice GO;, at all dealers. Don't sitn ply ask for a kidney remedy get Doan's Kidney Tilts the same that Mr. Faulkner had. n Co., Traps., Buffalo. N. Y. Kidney diseases are very dangerous. They come on silently, gain ground rapidly and cause thousands of deaths that could have been prevented by pro per treatment In the beginning. Nature gives early warnings of kidney disease - backache, twininges of pain when stooping of lifting, headaches and Former wars were wars of armies and governments: this war is a war of , V smallpox? That whllo there is one block with Mrs. McClain's Experience With Croup. over a thousand persons in it, )et the "When my boy. Hay, was small he average population of the city is only whs subject to croup, and I was always x twenty-sito the acre? alarmed at such times. Chamberlain's That there are three times us many Cough Kemedv proved far better than Ilohemians in Chicago as there ure any other for this trouble. It always negroes and six times us many Russians relieved him quickly. 1 am never with as there are Scotch? out it in the houso for I know it is a That while I'aria Is almost half as positive cure fot croup," writes Mrs. again as Chicago, yet thero are W. It. McClain, Illalrsville, Ta. For largo more Methodist churches in Chicago sale by all dealers. than all the churches of I 'aris together? That Chicago and New York control Do yonr Christmas shopping early; one-tent- h of the House of Representa-tiv- e Do it early, mother dear, all but two This will be the gladdest Christmas and of this one-tent- h members come from a foreign speakSince the one of yesteryear. ing constituency? Iluy a bracelet for Matilda, Chicago hai one man in the That liuy a diamond ring for me, House of Correction who has been ar- Iluy a watch for Ilrother Willie, Chicago Pastor in rested 110 tlmss? A And dear Susie, let me se- e"Northwestern." Susie needs a sparkling sunburst. Something real, without a Haw. Buy a fountain pen for father, Sick Headache. He'll need it, believe me, ma. Sick headache Is nearly always causL. D. Iloyd, in Louisville Times. ed by disorders of the stomach. Correct them and the periodic attacks of Chamberlain's Remeu'r The Mrs. sick headache will disappear. Bishop of Roseville, Ohio, writes: John Mothers' Farorile. "About a year ago I was troubled with give Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and had sick headache that Indigestion "I lasted for two or three days at a time. to my children when they have colds or I doctored and tried a number of reme- coughs," writes Mrs. Verme Shaffer, dies but nothing helped me until during Vandergrif t, Ta. It always helps them one of those tick spells a friend advised and Is far superior to any other cough me to take Chamberlain's Tablets. medicine I have used. I advise anyone This medicine relieved me In a short in need of such a medicine to give It a 1m trial." For ssle by all dealers. time." For sale brail dealers. Rev. Mahan fiilled his appointment Sunday morning at the Mt. Hebron church, but was released from preaching Sunday evening by request. played by N. B. This game may be Mrs. Icie Kemper and family desires EASY WAY TO MARE any number of persons. to thank the neighbors who rendered Invaluable help during the late illness HAIR ATTRACTIVE. of her daughter. Miss Nettie Lee Kemper. Ladies who find trouble in properly The stripping of tobacco is greatly or attractively arranging and dressing hindered by the dry season The their hair should try using a little,, farmers have been anxious about it too Parisian Sage twice daily for a while- to get their stripping done before the and note the remarkable improvement. Parisian Sage, which can be obtained cold weather sets in. from R. E. McRoberts or any drug McCullon Ison went to Lancaster one counter, m. makes the hair soft, lustrous. morning last week to meet the early Huffy nnd wavy, takes out the dull, train when his horde which was hitched lifeless appearance, disolves the dandby become frightened at the train ruff and near stimulates the hair roots into and ran never stopping until it got to healthy normal action. Instead of the gate at home. Mr. Ison was about merely sprinkling the hair, it should be half a day getting the harness together rubbed right into the acalp with the The buggy was beyond repair. finger tips. Parisian Sage Is a delightThere will be no meeting of the ful treatment lor both hair and scalp, Ladies Working Society until the first cannot possibly injure the hair and is Wednesday in Jan. 1910 on which date very inexpensive. it will meet with Mrs. J. W. Mahan. An account of the years work will be BUCKEYE read by the efficient treasurer. New officers will be elected on said after noon to serve for the ensuing year. All Every Suit and Dress and every separate Goat; Skirt and Waist Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Carter were the members are cordially invited to be the guests of Mrs. Mary Sanders Satwill be placed on sale tomorrow at January Prices. This sacrifice present. urday night and Sunday. includes every garment even the very latest midwinter styles reMiss Nettie Lee Kemper died of Mr. and Mrs. T. O. Hill spent Sunpneumonia at the home of her mothe day with their daughter Mr. and Mrs. cently received. Mrs. Icie Kemper, Saturday afternoon Walker Bradshaw. at 3 o'clock. This frail little life passed Prices have been made that will surpass In value-givin- g any Our flour ii guaranteed to please you away like a dream so quietly that the Hudson, Hughes and Farnau. Clearance Sale we have ever held, as we are desirous of family did not realize she was dead for Mrs. Jim Coy and children of Madison while afterward only sleeping. a little closing out these stocks absolutely in anticipation of moving into Miss Kemper was the daughter of the spent Wednesday with her brother, Mr. our new store. late Harvey Kemper and would have Robt. Long and family. beon El years old the 22nd of Feburary. Mrs. Raymond Ray and son, Neal, of Early attendance is advised, as the best bargains and largest Sho was an uncompnmising Baptist, Wilmore, spent a few day last week believing In the fundamental doctrines with Mr. and Mrs. Thomps Davis. variety awaits the first callers. of her church and lived by its teaching Mrs. Nora Teater and daughter, Miss Every garment will be sold regardless of cost or former selling to the end. She was an active church Lou, and neice, Miss Ethel Ray, worker, teaching in the Sunday school Sallie price. spent part of last week with Mr. and was secretary of the Ladies Working Mrs. Jim Nave and Mr. and Mrs. Society and was willing to do anything Willie Raiiey of Lancaster. for the upbuilding of the church to which she belonged until 33 years ago when she became an invalid. Her in terest in her neighbors was always manifest. She loved oratory and during Our collection of Christmas Novelties and practical Gifts is the temperance campaign several years ago would often be called on to speak right up to our usual high standard, and includes complete assortor rather recite for the temperance ments of Holiday Handkerchiefs, Gloves, Silk Socks and Hosiery of cause. Often times the audiences would should be "nipped In the be melted to tears by her speaking, every kind, Parisian Ivory in Combs, Brushes, Mirrors, etc.; Silver bud", for II allowed to run Much sympathy is extended the ber unchecked, serious results eaved family, especially the only sister Novelties, Crystal Glass, Feather Boas, Umbrellas. Novelty Neckwear, may follow. Numerous who loved her so devotedly even to that brought In their train, within certain n derangement of com-- ! merce, but no war, except this one, has precipitated an economic and financial upheave) of such unimaginable dimensions that there is probably not a single human being on this planet who has not In ono way or another for good or evil, directly or Indirectly, been affect-e- d by it. Former wars took place or such of them, at any rate, as can be compared with the present one before the credit system had become internationalized, before the telegraph and the cable and railways and the steamships were invented, while the mechanism of modern trade was as yet In its infancy, and when each nation, to a degree we cannot now hardly peceive, was able in the man to support itself. This war has burst upon a world so bound together by 10,000 links of com merce, finance and communications that a shot fired In the Dardanelles sends down the price of wheat in Chicago, and the intervention of Great Britian disorganizes for the time being the trade of China and Brazil, and armies are raised in the ends of the earth, transported across the seven seas to a singls spot, and there fed and clothed and munitioned from the resources of another hemisphere thousands of miles away. Atlantic Monthly. To those who may have become tired games usual at of the Christmas the following may be found suitable; Hunt up a lot of poor people that have not any Christmas dinner and go and give them one. MARKSBURY HI Miss Eugenia Pollard who has been for the past two weeks Is improving. Genuine Kanawha salt. Best for curing meat. For sale by Hudson, Hughes and Farnau. John Woods of Lexington was here last week representing Peoples Tobacco Warehouse Co., of Danville. Mr. Noble and wife. Miss Nannie Noble and Mr. Kaufman, of Hickman attended the suneral services of Miss Nettie Lee Kemper. An Important MESSAGE pi i 10 QUB PATRONS I t. 1 January CHRISTMAS GIFTS IN ENDLESS VARIETY. Colds Stylish Shoes and Comfy Slippers, and hundreds of other articles suitable for practical and acceptable gifts. TENNESSEE OFFICIAL WINS LONG FIGHT J. W. Seaton of Linden. Cleric of the Circuit Court of tho Twelfth Ju dicial District of Tennessee, was for veara a sufferer from stomach troubles In part a result of bis confining workx He tried doctor aner aocior. He tried medicines without cod. One day he took a doso of Mayr's Wonderful Remedy. Ho wroto: "Your medlclno Is the best la the world for any form of stomach trouble. I am glad to say that after taking tho full treatment I feel that I am well. I had very severe pains In my stom ach all tho time. Ono bottle of your medicine did me ten times as much good as all the doctors' medicine that I took for two years. My family phy. slclan told me that I would never be any better today I am well. I bavo gained twenty-five WELSH & WISEMAN CO. Danville, PAINT LICK cases of consumption, pneumonia, and "er fatal diseases, can :ed back to a cold. At the first sign of a cold, protect yourself by thoroughly cleansing your system with a lew doses ol THEOFORD'S - Kentucky. Cough and Mrs. Kobert Walker. spent a delightful hour In discussing. Miss Belle Dennv has returned to The book they have adopted for study. Emergency in China". Miss Alma Lear is the guest of her home In Stanford after spending "The ten days with Miss Estill Walker. The sick in our community all seem friends In Winchester. Lard and a little milk Is all that la to be improving with the exception of Mr. John Stewart has returned from Mr J. L. Coldiron who is still a great trip to West I'oint, Miss. needed with our self rising flour. a prospecting Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. sufferer from rheumatUm. Mr. J. M Mrs. Itice Woods Is the guest of her Metcalf is out again and Messrr. It. M. mother, Mrs. John F. White in Nicholas The farmers rejoiced greatly over the Lear and Frank Moore, who have been Ville. rain on Saturday, and Monday the first victims of painful accidents, are able Mr. Woods Walker attended the Ky load of tobacco was brought to th to be out and attending to business. meeting In warehouse here. Hed Berkshire Association Master Earnest Woods has recovered Stanford Monday. Foreign from a severe case of erelsypelas and The Presbyterian Ladies Mr. and Mrs. Ed. M. Walker, of Lan Missionary Society met Frli'ay after Messrs I. C. Rucker and W. C. Fish guests of Mr. noon with Mrs. W. M, Eldridge and are showing improvment. caster, were week-en- d the old reliable, vegetable liver powder. Mr. Chat. A. Ragland, o Madison Heights, Va., says: "1 have been using Thed- - ford's Black-Draug- ht for pounds." Mavr's Wonderful Remedy gives per manent results for stomach, liver and Intestinal ailments. Eat as much and whatever you like. No more distress after eating, pressure of gas in the stomach and around the heart Qetone bottle of vour drUKilst now and try It on an absolute guarantee It not satis factory money will be returned. stomach troubles, indigestion, and colds, and find it to be the very best medicine I ever toed. It makes ta olJ; man feel like a young one." Insist on Thedlonl'i, the T original and genuine. Page b Jfarmer's column! epsce below Ihu bevlm 1i rot Ik eiclu-l- r ata of oor farmer ohtertber. nd 1, for of itock, imin and fiich IhtnM on Itie lh lnrm.r ennnol ultorrt lo dtr-tin- . turn No nolle will ix aeeeiiMd orer lonr of Ibf o lints, tnd will b. onlrln troxft. It of chart The Central Record, Thursday Dec 6, 1915. 1 BAPTIST CHURCH. ln Phone 44 for Rood fresh buttermilk. For Sale. Three high gride Hereford bull calves H. E Henry. and one heifer. WANTED;-Good Poland China Boar. 61-- J. Phone Bryantsvllle Exchange L. H. Ruble, Buena Vlata, Ky. Suggestions From Our Dry Goods and Gift 9:45 A. M. nibla School. 11:00 A. M. preaching service, subject "Men who see things". 7:00 P. M. preaching again, subject. "A blind Surgeon performing an opera. tlon". All of the Physicians are Invited to attend, and witness the operation a ur. j. s. UIIICO GIL AjJ. Clere. ELLEN OFFICE WILSON CALENDAR. iiLniitAL nr.i.iiKii mm in i none K HaaliUnni Phnna 4 For Sale: Jeraey cow with young Sam Cotton. calf. Good milker. For bout three months old. Sale;-Pur- e bred Collie Apply pups, at this office. FOR SALE:.Three sows and 24 pigs. Also 10 shoata weight about 125 lbs. Mrs. Rhoda E. Wylle, Bryantsville, Ky. Phone 37-buy a second hand WANTED sled for hauling fodder also would like to buy 2C to 4o shosts that would weigh Phone D. B. around forty pounds. Pelphrev 347 A. or write Z. T. Rice, Richmond, Kv. Mr. E. C. McWhorter, of Paint Lick, has about 25 bushels of good seed rve to sell at $100 per bushel. Notion Stock. For the Next two weeks everyones mind will be running to Gifts and what to get and in many cases in looking for "Christmas Goods" you forget many, articles that would prove much more acceptable. So we here call your attention to many lines of goods we have in stock, which are peculiarly well adapted for Gifts. We will be very glad to have you come and see these lines as we feel sure that they have been well selected and that prices are low. Men's Blanket Bath Robes at $2-50 The Ellen Wilson Memorial Calendars LANCASTER, KY. are now on sale. Many of them hava been sold for Christmas remembrances, for their beauty appeals to the most aesthetic. The nation reveres the memory of Mrs. Woodrow Wilton, the the Christian. patriot, the These calendars through exquisite pictures and significant quotations add B. XV. itorror, Graduate Optician to the appreciation of this beautiful Ola,,, fitted. Sanitation Onuaniaad. character. A purchase of one of these means that one receives full value for the purchase price, which goes at once on a mission of helpfulness to some mountsln girl or boy who through the agregate collection of these sums may Fine Cut Flowers. receive an education. home-mak- Honaker M. HIGH COST OF LIVING. John McRobertt. Capt. T. A. Elkin has 400 shocks of fodder to sell and wants to take In some cattle. Cell him up. FOR 100 SALE:-20 lbs., and 12 good shoats weigh ewes. H. Thompson, about ' J. Preachersville, Ky. Strayed from my place Thanksgiving night a black horse mule, heavv set Any information and in good shape. will be appreciated by W. II. Whlttaker; Lancaster R. K. No. 3. or Sweeney Morgan. tfo wonder wonder they didn't have any high cost of living In the old days. I After supper th family would gather in the front parlor with the what-no- t and the center table, with the wax flowers in the glasa vate rnd the old family Ilible and the calii Paint Liok, Kentucky. net organ; daughter would preside at the organ while the rest of the family sat around on the red plush sofa and Casey, I). the horse hair chairs and sang: "What la Friend We Have In Jesus" and Veterinary and j "Abide With Me" until 9 o'clock j then went to Nowadays, after bed. Graduate Cincinnati Veterinary dinner, father goes to the theater to College. see a burlesque show, daughter goes to the movies with her best iellow, and Office at W. II. Ilurtcn'a Sale SUble. mother goes out In the garage and puts Night Phone 211. a new inner tube in her machine, H. J. PATRICK, Dentist. marble-toppe- d ' John I. V.J. Surgeon. and $4.00. Women's Corduroy Bath Robes at $3.50. $4.00, $4.50 and $5.00. Towels. Very fine qualities Pure Linen Huckaback Towel, in Guest and large sizes, at ";c to 81.50. Plain and emd broidered as wanted. Worth more. one-thir- NOT PARDONED. The last executive day of Governor McCreary a administration passed with no pardons forthcoming for Beach Hargis, slayer of his father, James Hargis; Curt Jelt, the former moun tain gunman; former City Comptroller, Samuel Wilhite, of Louisville; George Alexander, the Paris banker; Gus Rooke, the Louisville banker, or Henry Youtaey, serving a life term for his connection with the assassination of William Goebel. None of these were recipients of eleventh hour clemency, and the meeting of the State Prison Commission adjourned without parolllng any oi mam. J. A. Beazlev FUNERAL DIRECTOR Office Over National Hank. Residence Phone 3. Office Phone 27 LANCASTER. KY. Hay, either loose or Wanted baled; also soms baled straw. G. B. Swinebroad, Lancaster, Ky. j Wanted, To contract now for blue grass for pasture next season. Can use any part of 100 acres. Any one with blue grass should correspond with or telephone me (327) stating acreage and price per acre for entire next season. John W. Miller. Mgr. Very new and sure to be acceptable. Linen Sheets. few ' Silk Hose at Kun practically out of wholesale market. old pricss. We have a For All Kinds or We are agents for the celebrated McCalium Silk Hose and show all colors and black and whites at $1.00, $1.50 and 2.00. Each pair in a fancy box. Linen Pieces Tray Cloths, Doylies. Scarfs, Etc, in many styles and attractive prices. ROUGH G. C. COX, LUMBER. see Men's Silk Socks in Black. Navy, Grey and Tan at 50c per pair. quality. Excellent Andrew Carnegie has given away $350,000,000 and ia rapidly approaching the poverty stage. H has but left, if he is pining to get rid of that in order to die poor we wish he would let us spenk it for Xmas. Countess Szechenvi, formerly Gladys Vanderbilt, according to advices from Budapest, has turned her palaco into an orphanage, and is caring for 300 children under ten yeara of age whose fathers have been killed in the war. The orphans over six years of age go to school daily under chargo of a gov- erness and those under six receive kindergarten instructions from experienced teachers. GERMANY FOR Ribbons An immense assortment of Fancy bows and for fancy work. Manse,Ky Itc4-7to9- p, Ribbons for hair Umbrellas for Women and Men. Special numbers at $1.00, $1.50 and $2.00. Fine Silk Umbrellas, guaranteed to wear two years, for men and women, some with patent folding handles for suit cases, at $3.50 to $6.00. Hand Bags In spite of war conditions we are showing values in Hand Bags at Si.OO. $1.50 and $2.00 ever shown , Bed Room Slippers for men and women at 50c a pair. Travelers' Slippers of kid in leather bags at pair. the best we have Auto Rugs ' Pure Wool and excellent qualities and large size $5 50. SG.00, 87.50. $9.00 aud $10.00 25c and 76c per at PAYS TONS OF $200,000 bROMINE. Neckwear for women only, in a great variety of shapes and styles, from 25c up. Choice line of Feather Boas from $1.00 to $5.00. Mahogany Bud Vases, Candle Sticks, Work Buskets and in many attractive styles, from 50c to $0.00. Electroliers, Ph6n ' mce ,,ou J 8 to 12 a, m. Mary had a little lam- b229. m iTwas Persian on her coat; She also had a mink or two M. K. Denny and . A. Wheeler About her dainty throat; ' Doctors Of Dental Swxtry. A a tern. ( And ermine made the hat Oacpionatt Rnlldlnf artf Hon A Aoitt That perched at jaunty angle hbi arniiura etor. On her coilfure, largely "rat". KENTUCKY; LANCASTER. Her tiny boots were sable topped, gloves wer muskrat. too, Her Her mufT the heads and tails of half D. The "critters" in the Zoo, And when she walked abroad, I Ween She feared no wintry wind; At keeping warm, 'twas plain to kc. "' She had all Nature "skinned". Office at Ralney s Livery SUble. -KentuckyLancaster, MARY'S ANIMAL SHOW. Dr. Wm. Pryor, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. INDIANA SILO iiuntetake1otice. - 20 With a check for $200,000 In his pocket, E. C. Smith, a salt manufacturer of Hartford, W. Va., said that he had just sold to the German Government twenty tons of bromine for $5 a pound. Bromine, before the European war, was largely used for medicinal purposes, Germany producing fully 80 per cent of the world's output at about twenty-fiv- e cents a pound. With the Marabout Muffs Muffs, with collars to match, Waists The well known Wirtmore Shirt Waists at $1.00 and a fine line of Crepe de Chene, Georgette and Lace Waists from 82.00 to $15. at $8.00 a set. Handkerchiefs Handkerchiefs at 25c. Men's Silk Crepe at 50c. All kind of Linen Handkerchiefs for men and women at 10c to $1.00. Box Handkerchiefs for children in some very catchy Myles. Beautiful embroidered Crepe de Chene Imported Dolls from 35c to $5,00 all made in Germany, We call special attention to fine Dressed Dolls from $1.00 to $3.00, and Character dolls from $1. to $3. development of nsphyxiationg gases, bromine leaped into prominence, and wh-- n it became known that Mr. Smiths company produced it as a blproduct, flattering offers were received from an agent of the German Government and representatives of another European country. Each wanted it badly, but the Germans Anally landed the prize. Payment, Mr. Smith said, had been He would made to him in Pittsburgh. say nothing concerning the plans for sending the bromine out of the country Comforts Cotton Comforts, Wool Comforts, Eider Down forts. AH prices from $1.75 to $0.50. Com- Wrist Watches at $2.50. S50, $0.00. $7.50. $9.00. $10. $i2.r,0 nd $15.00. Blankets Choice line of fine All Wool Bed Blankets at $5.00 $10.00. All bought last February at lowest prices. to Lavallierres. in solid gold, at S1.50. $2.50. 3.00. $1.00. $5.00 and up to" $20.00. Jefferson "School I Las. Bed Sets Dimity, Crinkle and Satin Counterpanes, with bolster slip to match, at $3.00 to $0.00. The very latest. Cameo Brooches at $3.50. $4.00, $5.00. $0.00. $7.00 and on up to $18. c IFLETE TWO TCAH CUtftKtt. do. r ,1 I Jl. lliti MP a :if ( V 1. 1. Hoc. I 3. in for br .:tu AeroMtoUtwurtiiuiJUirK Toi.-uBvlf hi lu Durma lryf CUJOir rcCiTBAKEB, Sec. banJfe Kr. Table Sets In fine all linen Irish and Moravian Damask.in nllsizes, with napkins, at $0.00 to $25.00 a set. All at "before the war" prices. Silverware of the finest standard make only, in any kind of pieces used on the table, at all prices from 50c spoons to $250. The undersigned hereby give warning to all persons not to trespass upon our lands for any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all offenders to ful law. Hunters and. lest extent of Fishermen especially take notice. Ed & N B Price R, L. Elkin W. R. Cook. Mrs. Rebecca J. West. 11. U. Arnold. James G. Conn, J. C. Morgan. J. P. Bland. Long Bros J. II. and W. S. Weaver W,,T. West, J. Booth Sutton. W. L Lawson and son. Howard King, Miss Carrie Boulden. J. JI. Rlgsby. John Richardson, J. C. Kigsby, J. B. Woods. A. C. Miles, Jno, M. Farra. J, II. Thompson, David Steven. B. L. Kelly. S. C. Rigsby. Frank Thompson. J. H. Thompson. P. M. Anderson. POST E D ti This Agreement Witnesteth; That In order to protect tho game on our lands for a period of three years we bind ourselves not to hunt thereon, nor PAPEC COTTERS permit anybody else to do so. and we further agree to prosecute with diliMonitor and Associated gence all persons who violate the game laws of Kentucky or trespass upon our Gasoline Engines. lands for the purpose of hunting, And we further agree to aot as Deputy Wheeling Lime Game Wardens for the purpose of carAll aold on easy terms. rying out this agreement. Except cacti of us have the right to kill rabbits on our .'arms or permit it to be done by W. P. KINCAID. DIST. AGT another under our supervision, or the Phcne 199. STANFORD. KY supervision of some responsible and reliable person selec'ed by us. This November 15th, 1915, R. L. Elkin, J, E. Robinson, Jno. M. Farra, W. II. Itrown, W. II. Rurton. Alex Walker, Haselden Iiros., T. A. Elkin. F. M. Tinder, J. II. Dalton, txgan Hubble, John II. Smith, Is THE proper thing G. M. Deshon, J. N. Ross, Fisher Herring, II. H. Cox, for a lady or gentleHughes Rros, J. W. Sweeney, man to present nowaWithers Uros, W. M. Mahan. days, when making William, Marcus and Jim White. calls. H, F. Wilmot, J. U. Pope, Come and see what Mrs. David Chenault, rred J. Conn, J, IV. Elmore, W. R. Cook, a beautiful line of T. C. Rankin. HutTman Dros, samples we have and Sam Cotton. Win. G. Anderson. get our prices for 50 T. M. Arnold, Jr. W. I). Moss or more. R. E. Henry, Jno. M. White. Grinders. Engraved Visiting Card A Neatly ten sets. ALL ABOUT THE CENTRL RECORD All Tailored Suits for Women and Misses at Very Greatly Reduced Prices. All Coats for Women and Children at Decided Reductions. LEGISLATURE THE STATE JOURNAL of Frunk- fort, Six Isiues per week. Only Daily Paper at the State Capital, From Now Until April 1, 1910 For SO Cents. Less Than 5 Cents a Week. TREES Tres Lexington, Kentucky. 1841. A. B. Robertson & Bro Danville, Kentucky. No other paper will have as large a staif of reporters as The State Journal to cover the present session. If you want to keep posted on all features'' of news at the State Capital, this, Is your verythintf for Orchard. Lawn and I chance. Garden. Keep In touch with State polities and see what your Representatives are Write for free Catalogue. No Agta doing. Fruitand Shade Shrubs. Grape Vines, Rhubarb. Asparagus, Roses, Phlox, Peonies Davis Sutton We will add other names for 25 cents cash. Send All Subscriptions to H.F.Hillcnmeyer & Sons. rne central Record. Lancaster, Ky I91t