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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): January 6, 1916 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1916 cen1916010601_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): January 6, 1916 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1916 $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, RECOR, PURE JlELIQlOh, UN1ARNJSHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD OOVERNMEN1. TWRHIY SIXTH YRAR. LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, JANUARY 6. 1916. Hand Us That $. Commercial Club Heels Tonight. Hemp seed for nale. Hudson, Hughes & Fnrnnu. NUMBKR 40. I S YOUR ACCOUNT . i g T THANKS R. ARNOIsD 3UGGV WORKS. Arnold, Prop. DailVille. 0 1 s (: m j i A.'H.Bavfcin&Son &3ti)iW8 0X-Cc)U- V I1 Over Last Year. ship sinks. Well, "mnrncd men first" The assessment of tho city for the Room for rent, furnished or not will ring from the lips of St. Peter when the meek and lowly nro to be let taxation of 1'JlO has been completed by Phono 2115. furnished. into the Kingdom of Heaven to get Assessor E. W. Harris nnd shows a We sell Hour In Backs nnd barrel. their everlasting 6Ti,W8 reward Courier- - total of ?), 193 8W, of which It is guaranteed to please you. Journal. is on real cstnte nnd $T90,75I is on per Hudson, Hughes & Pnrnnu. I he total sonal property. increase SUPERVISORS IN SESSION. over Inst years figures is about $.18,000.' Ilov. C. E. Shokoof Lexington, will The renl estntc owned by colored peopreach at New Antloch church the The board of supervisors for Garrard ple is assessed at $12,015 nnd their perthird Sunday in this month. county met last Monday morning and sonalty nt 550. immediately went about in the disTry our self rising Hour. No baking charge of their duties. They ore men powder, salt or soda required. of sound judgement and well acquainted NEW CIRCUIT CLERK Hudson, Hughes & harnau. with tin' value of the real estate of the Assumes Duties. They will Inspect the entire Good will toward men, nil men, was county. never needed more than it will he books of the assessors and raise and Mr. W. It. Mnson for over forty years through the year of grace nineteen lower the valuation of the lands as in circuit clerk of Garrard, surrendered their judgement they see proper. hundred nnd sixteen. Should the land owner be raised he will this office to his successor. Mr. Joe The daily press is authority for the be notified by the board to appear be- Hurnside, last Monday morning. Mr. 0 statement that applicants for appoints-ment- s fore them. The board consists of five Mason is unquestionably the best cir havs greatly embarrassed Gqv. members, one from each magisterial cuit clerk in the state and tho fact of Stanley by sending him Christmas gifts. district and two from the town of Lan- his competency and painstaking, his What n world of lute, suspicion, caster. They are as follows, G. A. friends are urging Governor Stanley to distrust, misunderstanding thin war Howling. S. A. Hill, T. II. Slavin, W. give him a deputyship under State ExDoty. aminer, Nat U. Sewell. Mr. Hurnside, has created We cannot help being L. Lawson and W. A. who succeeds Mr. Mason is n splendid r-- 1 in such u world, but we can help being BUYS HARRODSBURG PAPER young man nnd the Itecord predicts of it. that with a few months experience and Mr. E. O. Walton, formetly of the Whatever else it may or may not do, little training he will fill the office the Ford expedition has already done I. J. last week purchased the Harrods- - with honor to the court nnd credit to more than any other one thing tinco burg Leader from T. Sanders Orr, and himself. the war begnn to set the world tulking will take charge Monday. There is no j LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. about pence. netd to tell what a good newspaper DEADLOCKED man Mr. Walton is, but everybody We do not And fault with the man knows that he is one of the very livest Council Divided As To Appointment Of who would "hitch his wagon tun star." in the Stntc, nnd he will put new life It is better In aim high and fall short days gone by in the old paper which in Chief Of Police, Mayor Refuses To of the goal than to accept defeat withI was the dominant figure in the news out u struggle. Cast Deciding Ycle. paper business in Mercer county. The days in Leader was formerly the Harrodsburg Three hundred nnd sixty-si- x Quite a great deal of interest is being the New Year. It's well to remember Democrat but when Mr. Orr bought it manifested in the appointment of n from Lew Ii. Brown he changed it to a tlmt whatever they are to bring they Chief of Police by the city council nnd Iran" only come one at n time. No man republican, then a Lull Moose organ meeting of this august body last It became a staunch democratic orgen the would want to face them nil at once. Mondny night found the court room the minute it became the property of You can mnke no better resolution Mr. Walton, and he will give the ster tilled with interested spectators. Only to We with which to begin the New Year ling democracy-o- f Mercer a paper that two names were presented to the board Co. people of than that which pledges you and all they can be proud of. Interior Journal, for Chief of Police, that of the present chief, O. Buck, who had served since your enthusiasm to your, home town. patlast spring and the name of L. E. Her-roItesalve to stnnd bv all its enterprises POLITICAL DOINGS. who served the city in this capac and make them a success. W. J. Gooch, of Franklin, was elec ity for several years but resigned a rout "What's gone with the ted Secretary of the State Fair by the nine months ago. a parlor?" asks a country life magazine. State Board of Agriculture at Frank A lengthy petition was read to tho Well, theie nre chile parlors, pool par- - fprt last Monday. No other name was council signed by friends of Herron sucof Maybe the resented, Secretary James L. Dent asking that he be appointed and Mr, and beauty parlors. Ilors cess and in appreciageneration perfers parlors in aving drawn from the race. Huck made a statement saying that he to which there is something doing. Nat I). Sewell of London, was ap had made 93 arrests since his induction nointed State Inspector and Fxaminer nto office and had discovered about On his 59th birthday President Wll by Governor Stanley last Monday and fifty hydrants in thecity that had never son worked several hours, reed hund Mr. Sewell been reported or any water rent col received his commission. reds 'of telegrams of congratulation is an ardent Stanley man and comes lected from. At this point the vote from people all over the country, took from a district of flighting democrats was taken and resulted in a tie, three a long automobile drive over snow cov Jesse Alverson, editor ot the Law of the council voting for Herron and roaus ana in the evening had a Ierctl birthday dinner with his wife in renceburg News, is practically with three voting for Huck. Those voting out opposition for Clerk of the Senate for Herron, were Gregory, Logan and their suite. H. C. Duffy, of Harrison, was elected Goodloe, those for Buck being, Amon, The picture of two French soldiers Speaker of the House, all opposition Cotton and Dalton. Mayor Davidson carrying from the field n wounded have practially drawn before the Dem refused to untie the deadlock, but Gerrqan and ministering to his need is ocratic cuacus. He made it clear that stated, that he would do so next Monday rebuke to much of the bitterness that he is'free and untrammeled so far as night. The meeting adjourned to meet iiunmincna a wholi nation hecaUHti our promises of committee assignments at that time. KO. sympathies are on the other side. The and chairmanships are concerned fll. The other city officers elected were human heart, deep below the surface, practically unanimous and were as is about the same on both sides of PHI DELTA THETA BANQUET. follows; City uttorney, J. E. Robinson, battle line, and on the whole as mucK City clerk, L. N. Miller, Treasurer The banquet given at the Kengarlan to be trusted as that specimen of which evening' of December 29th General fund, W. F. Champ. Treasurer hotel on the we know best. fund, W. S. Hopper, Engineer by the local members of the Phi Delta water Parker Jenkins. adopting a resolution urging Theta will go down in history as one of at water station. consists of five of Alter The new council years, the Legislature to appropriate money the most enjoyable in recent old and one new member, Mr. II. to carry on the fight on illiteracy in The large dining room was beautifully the Logan, who succeeds Air. Wea Kentucky, visiting Elmendorf, show decorated in honor of the occasion and T. speech Zanone, who has served in this capacity place of the ltlue Grass, dining at the the toasts and extemporaneous were for six years and leaves the board with Phoenix Hotel, hearing the troubles of cs made uurinr uie evening of i reviewing advertising thoroughly enjoyed until the wee small a clean record and has proven ono the reporters, the most faithful members, not having Mr. J. Lewis Gill difficulties, and hearing1 from Dr. John hours of the night. . ; l l i und his companions missed a regular meeting uunng uiu i William Porter something of the rela was toast-mastin byJ. The body was sworn tion of the press and pulpit, the Ken- are loud in their praise in which this entire time. M. Walker. tucky Press Association last Tuesday clever young banker performed this Deputy County clerk, E. night brought to n close its annual mid important irart ot the function. Those winter meeting and have again taken present were; Dr. .1. B. Kinnaird, W, MANY SUFFER up Mici. pens to light for a better K. Cook. Frank Marksbury. Lige nnd Kentucky. The meeting was said by H. C. Ford, Dr. Virgil Kinnaird, J. G FROM GRIPPE. all newspaper men to have been one of Kinnaird, Joe Price. H. K. Herndon Grippe is nn epidemic in tlds tec t ion Joe Kavanaugh, Arthur Eldridge, Jas, the best in the history of the W. Ii. Ma according to various reports. Woods. Robert Tomlinson. Here is son Jr, nnd J. L. Gill. some of the symptoms of an approach-- . The menu served by mine host Zim ing attack of grippe. Hendnchea, abCLAD TIDINGS. . mer was prepared to a Queen s taste sence of hunger or unusual desire for many delicacies. A letter from Hev. Henry Faulkner and included food, hot nnd cold feelings in turns, announce the arrival of another little coughs, weariness or exhaustion, fever. FORTUNE IN INSURANCE. girl in his home., The little jiilss" has One may uvold the grippe if jou will been ctiristened Kalherine Shelby and observe theso don'ts; Don't overeat, foot-baThomas J. Shovlirt. the Yaie if she Id half hs nrettv and charmlni! as rooms, coach, carried life insurance of ?l,52j, Htay in crowded unventilatod G: the two inaternnl aunts for whom she 000 and wus the most heavily insure get your feet wet. Don't loavo home, is named ,he will have overy' reason your man of his uge in the Unitud Stutes. if you should be attacked, until for congratulation. physician says you will be sufo in goyears old. Ho was thirty-twProbably no more sensational athlote ing out. Itelup e in cusas of grippe BEAUTIFUL LIGHTS. ever played on Yale teams than Thomas ure frequent, and always duugtirou be!' ...1 v u, fa. cause of the weukuuod condition of the He was un Lee Shevlin. The eight beautiful lights surround stur in athletics, being identified, victim. ing our park were turned on Tuesday virtually every branch of sport. night. They aru indeed a thing of witli However, Ins greatest famo came from beauty and will prove a joy as long as prowess on the gridiron, For four yeura GARRARD COUNTY BOY they emit light. No greater improve' he was accorded the honor of being mcnt has ever been done for our town picked for HAS MADE US MANY FRIENDS. MADE PAGE OF HOUSE. end. Shevlin than that which converted this little played on the Yule team for four seaears For the first time in thirty plot in the center of it into a pleasing sons, beginning with 1902. As u senior Garrard county will furnish u page in sight instead of an "eye soro"- - Those First of nil they were Coffee Customers only. During his the House of "Representatives this seshe captained the eleven. who have worked so unselfishly tor it Then one day they decided to try some of our career Yale defeated Harvard four sion. The fortunate young man is are not only to be congratulated but times and Princeton three times. Ten. Hnrrol H. Onstott, the foorteen year thanked by every good citizen, On the Yule .truck teum Shevlin also old boy of Mr. nnd Mrs. Jeptha They liked both, then they became steady shone us astur, currying a "Y" in each. Our of lower C.arruid. Tea and Coffee Customers. FRIENDS OF THE RECORD. He played on the basketball team in II. Clav Kauthnun worked Since the days iis freshman yeur. manfully for the young mtn and sucLetters from former residents, Mrs, when hu wore a Then they noticed that our Hacon looked pret- "Y" at Yale, Shevlin ceeded in putting him uccross the plate Willie Hurnside Jones, of Monticcllo, good. Tried It. Delighted mid so It goes. ty ulwuys stuud ready to come to the George Hlgginbotham of had un tho first ballot, thuro being eleven Messrs. aid of his ulma mater us football adOur HutiibUs aren't good ONLY IN SPOTS. It's our aim applicants for theso coveted places, West Point. Miss., and J. ii. Keinpar and couch. Lust fall he struggled I of duy durto have tho stock fuultltxi through und through. That's u fiigh Uinmlngham, Ala., all say they viser to whin the uggregution into shape which draw a salary of $2.80 hard standard to set. Naturally, oncu'iu u while we full below it. could not get along without the Itecord to meet Hurvurd, und the subsequent ing the entire session of the legislature. I und ask to be remembered to old overwhelming defeat preyed on his Ilarrel comes from a .stuunch demoHUT THAT'S OUH AIM. Ad i' attempting this we get (nit about at iiiiih an average of Grocery Goodness as any store cratic family and hit frisuds over Uie friends. Mrs. Jones writes us the mind. After leaving Yale, at the close of county are proud of his uppolntment. You muy as well benefit. pleasing news that for the first time in country. in this football season, Mr. Shevlin went six years her mother, Mrs. Belle Hum theCalifornia to rent Last week he to I side., is brck singing in the choir and returned to his home, and the day falBARN BURNS. . I entirely well. They have just dedlcat lowing was taken down with pneumonia. Four physicians were summoned to at A large tobacco barn on the farm of led a new 10.000 Christian church patient gradually MUs MuggJp'Browii,' near Puiut Lick, but I at Messrs Kemper and tend him, death the Monticellu. came. tank until lligglnbotham say they.look forward to Besides his large Life Iiuurance he was burmfd'lo the Vround Friday night. The origin of thu An U unknown. was a Itho llecord as a letter from home. IS THAT SO? "Single men first," is the cry of the recruiters .of the ilritish armj. "Women nnd children first." when n CITY At ASSESSED Of $1,198, 884. Increase $38,000 Ffl TINNING WE WANT TO PAY YOU. EOU PAY US. PLUMBIN6. Hardware, Farming Implements, Buggies, Wagons Gas Engines, Etc. IS NOW DUE. U-- 0 PLEASE us 1 Conn Brothers. Hardware Buggies, Wagons, Harness, Etc. FORD AUTOMOBILES. K3 Haselden Lancaster, Bros., Kentucky Wholesale and Retail Hardware. thank the Garrard for their liberal ronage for 1915. Feeling that they are responsible for our great part wish in 3 LIZZ1C n, G. M. LYON'S BUSY SALE COATS AND tion will try return their favor in 1916. This is the most important Sale event of the entire year, as it means the ABSOLUTE CLEARANCE of LADIES' SUITS without thought of cost or value. Also the closing-ou- t of many lines of WINTER SHOES for Men, Women and Children. A general clean-u- p on all Winter Goods. Come early and get your choice at your own price. We thank you sincerely for your liberal patronage during the year 1915, hoping to see you all through-ou- t the New Year. G. 1C n LANCASTER. M LYONS. KENTUCKY. 1 ZZ3C 1 It Si. j j er W WAGOSS Corn, Baled Oats, Hay and Straw. Delivered in City limits. .Get our prices lfllar)0))!)SD).5 ll XXy',J,) o i OUR OOPFEE On-sto- Itepre-sentutiv- e, Have attained a famous reputation by their Light Running, being Substantially Built, Safely Guaranteed and long years of service. ' Theo Currej. w. J. ROMAN 1 Lancaster. Ky. 1 Page 2 E. C. MILLION. The Central Record, Thursday Jan 6, 1916. President. T. J. CURTIS. DR. C. II. VAUGHT, Secretory. K. DEATHERAGE, Trensurcr. Biggest in Price Biggest in Amount of Sales Biggest in Floor Space. MADISON TOBACCO WAREHOUSE lNCOM'OKATF.D. Near L. DIRECTORS: -- E. C. Million. T. & A. Depot. Dr. C. II. VAUGHT. CAPITAL, $40,000.00. T. J. SMITH. Telephone 221. MARION COY. J. Curtis. J. M. HA DEN. 30. 175 His H!.!t75 lbs P.t.775 III7.530 His E. DEATHERAGE. III. 1 1 To The Growers of Garrard County: Our sales opened up Moml.iv with a floor full anJ more, anil with prices higher than at any time during the season. Can't get the floor average this time. We have previously reported crop of 13.V) pound. average $23.35, crop 4035 pounds, average $19.50, ore of over oOOU pounds, average $19.35, many at from $10.00 to $19.00. January 4th we report the crop of J.iW. Smith, .Madison County, as follows: 175 lbs 50 lbs .45.00 8.25 22.50 14.44 sen-so- n 280 bs 245 lbs 70 lbs 55 lbs 335 lbs 165 lbs $ 22.00 39.00 38.00 45.00 25.00 14.50 $ 61.60 95.55 62.70 31.50 13.75 48.57 Now we are going to give you the floor nverage at our house for the omitting only three days, December 3rd when we opened, tohacco dry and had condition, next sale 13th and 14th mime conditions. As follows. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. 15th 10th 17th 21st 21'nd 19.C10 IDs 12.415 His 8,300 His 12li,UI0 lbs Ml. 1 15 lb $ 9.38 $ I.S40.J9 1375 $350.61 This crop averaged $25.50 Dec. Sllli Dec. .'Kith Dec. 31st 3,lH.r..0(l 0.5 1 I.7MU0 5.5U,'i.M 9.10 9.91 9.02 9.32 11.10 1,130.40 SOO 21 12.13:1.20 C.005 04 0.575.&7 $10 IN $II.U5.40 Total Central floor average since December 15th inclusive Is seen to bo $10.09 per hundred. Compare this with olhtr houses. Slielliyvllle for ron.OOO pounds. $7.ii0 per hundred and Louisville 171.775 pound at $7.55 per hundred. You can compare these prices with those obtained on any markets or at any house. We do not believe they can show as good general floor average or over 100,000 His anywhere in the State. tiring your tobacco tn the old reliable MADISON If you want the best prices obtainable. We have always gotten them and lools like we are kto con Very Sincerely. tinue. llt II. (II 28th 57.705 lbs Madison Tobacco Warehouse Co. Si aT RELIEVES THE WORST CASES OF CATARRH Smith Lung Tonic. Relief For Lung Troubles, Coughs, Colds, Hoarsness, Whooping Cough Think "Hyomei the Mosl Wonderful Treatment for Catarrh Discovered." Do Bronchial Soreness Affection. and Lung Contains no Dope nor Trtr or Creosote. Prepared with care by Dr. T. B. Smith the originator of Smith Agricultural Liniment, 48 years test has proven the best. Sold at Stormes' Drug Store, Lancaster. Itead what others say about the Luig Tonic Itelief. daughter had been ill for about 5 years with consumption. We were told she would not live three months. When we commenced the use of Smith's Lung Tonic, she began immediately We She used one gallon and was entirely cured. to improve. had used a number of other things without success. 1 cheerfully recommend this medicine as one of the best medicines 1 ever used Judge W. II. I1LANTO.V in my family. Feb. 13, 1903. Jackson, Ky My Diaw A'Chec. for the money yon ov e and note how much more respectfully your creditors ie- jjard you- They like to do iJ" business witli it man who lias an account at the jr-Garrard Bank & Trust Co. They know he is doing business in a business like way. open such an account even if your atfairs are not large. will grow all right. Iletter Thev The Garrard Bank & 1 Trust Company iiti mmm 1 wit n mu m A FAST MOVING NICKLE IS WORTH MORE THAN A SLOW DOLLAR. running of accounts means loss of money, loss of customers, loss of friends and unsatisfactory settlement. Thirty Days will be as long as we will run any account during the year 1916. We will sell you at prices right, If you will trade with us and com- ply with these terms. Long merchant can compete with the mail order (he cash store for longer terms than these, so lmse or "Me with us, pay your account promptly and you will be and prosperous during the New Year. Compare our prices for they are right. No ed Mr. and Mrs. T. W. 1'uyne. Mr. llert Holtzclaw was visiting Mr. on Sugar cieek. j Lojd Crouchoin .Mrs. J. H. Uigsby, who has been quite ill of pneumonia, is better. The W. M. U. will meet Friday ut 2:30 V. M. Willi Mrs. J. M. Cress. Services at the M. K. church Saturday night, Sunday anil Sunday night. Our Conscliduted school enjoyed u week's vacation Uuiing thu holidays. Miss Tory Anderson guvo an enjoyable putty on thu evening of Dec. HI. Uev. K. II. Thornton Is moving into the house vacated ty Mr. Jas. I'oynter. The infant son of Mr. and Mrv. Henry I.unsford has been very sick of a coiu. Mr. T. F. Hlankenship and children, oi iv ainui riai, visueu nomelolKs on Sunday. Mrs. W. I. Uichardsun, of I'urkir City. Ind . was visiting Mr. und Mrs, A. C. Miller. Mr. and Mrs. (iarnet Tudor, of Greensburg, Ind., visited Mr. und Mrs, S. I). Carpenter. Mr. Loyd Livesoy und sister, of Mt, Vernon, visited their aunt, Mrs. Mason Holtzclaw and family. 1'rof. J. S. Kvans, of Cumberland College, of Williamsburg, was hero in the interest of his school. Our self rising flour is ready for In stant use. It will save you time. Hudson, Hughes & Furnau. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Uichardson not try to cure catarrh by usirg or lotions; it cannot be cured in that manner. The only way in which this too common disease can be fully relieved is through a direct application to the airected parts that will kill the bacilli of catarrh and prevent their growth Ureathing the nir of Hyomei is the only known method of treatment that can really accomplish this. It is the 'simplest, most pleasant and probably 'the most reliable treatment for catarrh I that lias ever been discovered. The complete Hyomei outfit ij inexpensive and consists of an Inhaler, dropper and s'ulh'cient Hyomei to last several weeks. This will clfect instant relief j in ordinary cases, but lor chronic and cases of catarrh, longer use may be necessary, and then an exII iiuh-uu l.nl.. uif iiiuiiici : tan iut' uuimueu..i for a trilling sum. It is not alone the best (it might be called only) method of treating catarrh, but it is DYER, TENN., MAN also the most economioal. SUFFERED YEARS It. L. Mcltoberts have eo much con- uuence In tne power or Hyomei to relieve catarrh, that they will for u limit J. T. Cattleman Finds Hope Fulfilled After Passing Threescore ed time, sell this medicine under us, Years. personal guarantee to refund the money if the purchaser can say that it did not J. T. Castleman of Dyer, Tcnn., benefit. suffered from stomach derangements for forty years, taking all sorts of medicine, following all kinds of medPKEACIIERSVILLE ical advice. In all tho forty years, ho said, ho never had a real good day until ho Mrs. Wm. Unlike is still very poorly tried Mnyr's Wonderful Iteiuedy. Then .Mr. J. 11. Ihcmpson is quite ill at ho discovered something. Let his letthis writing. ter tell about It: Mrs. Logan Thompson has been qnte "Tho first dose, of Mayr's Wonderful Itemedy caused pall stones to pass sick of gripe. from me. I am feeling much better Mrs. W. C. Hlankenship has been than I havo ever before. I am CI complaining. years old nnd I had never beforo ono whole good day. Miss Lena Arnold visited Miss "I would not glvo tho ono bottlo Mayme Holtzclaw. you sent mo for all tho drugs and docMiss Nannie Holtzclaw is:ted Mits tors' medicine that Is made." Lucy Mae Anderson. Mayr's Wonderful Itemed? gives perMr. Kichard Dyehouse aril family manent results for stomach, liver nnd Intestinal ailments Eat as much and are moving to Hubble. whatever you like. No more Miss Kutherine Melvin is visiting after eating, pressure of gas distress In tho friends ut Crab Orchard. stomach and around tho heart, fiet ono Miss liettie Millar will soon enter lottlo of your druggist now nnd try it on an absolute guarantee If not satisHichmond Normal school. factory money will bo returned. Mrs. Christ Weyler, of Drake's creeK j visited Mrs. Win. Itanke. PAINT LICK Mr. L'dgar Holtzclaw was real sick Mrs. Mid Huss was host ut an elab with u detu cold last week. Messrs Ilurch Hester and Joe Cress orate dining on Sunday. Mrs. Tandy Center was host at a have each been tick of colds Key. J. M. Uugers filled his pulpit sumptom family dinner mi Weduenlay Mrs. Henry Wallace was In Stanford Sunday and Sunday evening. Mr. George Naylur, of Corbin, visit- tho past Week the guest of her sister, Mrs. Adelia Woods. i' deep-seate- - fore returning to their home at Parker and patrons at nnv time. Mr Ilojle's iml. I. family will continue to reside at Mr. and Mrs. S. N. ONI visited Mr. Mis Cecil Howling, of llrvantsville, and .Mrs Matt Itlgsby near Shelby K,.,,i 0f jjM City. The Uigsby family hnve alt been ' Mattie Woods. Quite a mimtier of en-siof grippe anil colds, their friends tertainments were given In her honor, here will regret to learn. Miss Woods entertained on Wednesday Word received here on New Year's evening. Miss l.ula McWhorter on morning by Mr and Mrs. Levi Hell. Thursday evenii.g and the Misses Met-spra9tated that their son, Mr. Kred Hell calf on Friday evening, i... im.t iwvn run ,rilin ... ,i. ,)f ,lN ilnl yariN at Corbln nm, ,, THE GREATEST HEALTH had been cut oir. The latest advices ,,,.,.... ,,,..,, INSURANCE III THE from the ,,....,. WORLD ,. ,.,i,i i... ,hf i. w r...iiexpected. His leg had been cut off P. Tjjrlor, Prominent Louiivill about four inches above the ankle. D.iiggijt, Makes Interesting Mr. James I'ayne, of near Crab Or-- , Statement chard, died Sunday evening Dec. the lit 1 lifter n short illness of pneumonia I I aged ii years. He is survived by two brothers. Dock I'avne, of Oklahoinn, and Harris I'ayne, of Crab Orchard, also a son and daughter, both grown ' He served a three years enlistment in the Union army and enlisted "gain. Het was a kind old gentleman nnd liked by everyone. Messrs. J. F. I'ayne and T. I'ayne, of this place are nephews of deceased. the Illy, 8,.t t. p,t j. r IE IT WILL SUPRISE AND PLEASE YOU .. ,... Ki ti ltd thnt many ileitis of .IKWKI.KY in mir.Mock We the iiru very nnxlf rctiI prim! jmrcliiisiiig of "Yhriip" .lewelry. till' nir ii!wiim tfliul toofltT iiifrcliiiiiilic at low prices when this does not mean inferior quality We have n coinplele line 'of litie iliatnomls Mini precious stones, Walchcs. .lewelry ami Silver-wure. 717 In our Art Repair Department, recentely removed from Hnpsels. Ilelginm. v rrlore line antique China and I'urivlain and oM l'aintin)9. This is the only shop of its hied in the United States. ' 1 40 mj MW T. P. TAYLOR uniler-.t:iin- II , . Victor Bogaert Co., KSTAllLlSllr!) ISM 133-13- 5 Weil Main Slttti, LLXINCTON. KY. ' I "The greatot health lieturai.eo In the I nev world It the liiiilet.' ho b.iI1. er eonM iiultt l why nctmle are ho iiesllzent In tin- - iiv of the Mm plest of nil ireM'iitlU'S of lllnen It nil a matter of keeping thu Low els ojieii. Tho mail w hi) e.irriei n little Init of Itexall Urderlles has got u giMl health iolh-- In his Keki t. I Mleve they arc the best laxative cut pre- pared, and their ileaant tate appeals to men, women und children alike." I!) Farm Loans THOMAS & Per Cent ' fJ ) ' 0 VJ Why pay more? Loans on productive farms on liberal plan. Confinential fi prompt service I I!) I We have the exrlushe selling rlnlits for (!) Trial kz, lilt en''- - I this grea" tataiUe ELKIN, (i) R. E. McROBERTS & SON. THE REXALL STORE at Central Record Office, Lancaster, Ky. I THOS. P. PKATIIEK, E. B. RAY, J. V.-Pre- L. DAVIS, & President. Weigher. s. Gen. Mgr. linger Kucker of Lexington, spent the week end with his patents, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. 1. C Kucker. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Itrandenburg. 9 0 o o II THIS 'Ml... I.'..- TOBACCO Incorixirated CS1 o xsol jgs Si, im. INDEPENDANT. YOU MR. ifl'SE y Becker, Ballard & Scott. PHONE 2X RRYANTRVI I I F K, vifited Mr. und Mrs. Kudo l'arks be. of Cincinnati, were the guests of relatives here the past week. Lime, sand, brick, cement, wood fihro plaster, rock tcreemngs. Fur O sule by Hudson' Hughca & Furuuu. Key. W. M. Kldridgt. filled his pelpit on Sunday morning, having recoveied suHlciently from his burns to he out. Misses Minnio Johnson ii'id Klizabeth llryant havu returned to their places in tli. school here after spending the holi days with their humu people. Mr. und Mrs. ICeid Lear nnd little sons, have returned to their home in Middleshoro ufter spending the holidays Willi nir. unit 3 Irs, II M. l,eur. Mrs. Lewis Guyn entertained the O Kook Club on Friday ufternoon. A delicious salad course was served und th afternoon was spent in a most ei,- - Q j Joynble manner. Q Mr. Sum Dntis had tho misfurtuno fffr to loso his large tobacco barn on Friday night, liesldo tne tobacco there was a quantity of baled hay In the burn. In surance covered most of the loss. Miss Stella McWhorter left Saturday for I'alutsville ufter spending tho holi days with her homo peoplo. Miss Lulu McWhorter returned with her for visit to her sister, Mrs. Luhan Kirk. Mr. Oscur lioylu has rented tho bluck smith shop owned by Mrs. Griggs und Is prepared to wait upon his friends I Lexington, Ky. Virginia ave IS - 8c Q.&C.R.R GROWER. FOR TOBACCO ,k o a I M'...-..l.- . ....... II.. iiw rmmvia nmiif lummu huiciiiiufiiuiiiiiiiiv iW uu.ipieii ih, nr.ilit .linri,,,. pi.lll This "link, ,.i, .,.lll i,l,t',i iilv ii..ri,l ,liu,,l..,l Ii....t I ..I i... ..-- -v n.uu. II... . i i n. ., i th,. .tiHkl.oIdi rs, lire to bo , given to you in proportion to vour patronage. l rw inure loimcco we get urn larger win no tne pronw rtiirm d. I hu profit sharing plan is guaranttHl liy the undersigned Directors, We were the first htu.- - m ntiicky to oifer our ware- profit shuring basis. iiouse to thu farmers on the Mr. Ford the automobile ueinufuclurer made this proinwitim, ,) r,,iurH4Ui ,,, m mobile: ,f we can get your support and sell o.OHO.OO,, ..ountU .,f v? !' a lift ndurn " "Vl,ry ,'U'"1''4'd ,0U"lU BtUK '"VIA. th Kotlt,, tlu- other felw ket.'i'i UCU"1 Tho farmers ree the proio,itlcn und in conseUence haw more th,,., o!d our pro-rut- a The average of tho Lexington maiket to date bus been fW.W per hundre.1. th , " gain to our customer, of sixty ono cent,. This has be., net $10.01. . ,uc""'l'l,e,l ods. and fresh tobacco which is ulways attractive, to the buyer. We havu the second largest Iiouhu in Lexington; it e.in humo 00 lln,W. i , tho stables art, separate und apart from the warehojie. with Z J!"0"'1 ' have ono hundred and thirty farmers as s.ockhold.rs wl. control ,lt llir,'. ul , o T""-tigutWe solicit your patronage and inlluence. und Invito you to call a , , , ct'0u and. this plan, becauso it means u saving to you. (Iruham Taylor, Thos. T. I'ruther, A. !,. Hamilton Thos. C. llradley, Jus. I', lleatty. Joseph Wallace, Davis,' John K M. McKeu, llowtnan, Andrew W. II. l'iper, J, u. Fields, Jr, J. Kmbiy Allen, Oeorge Montgomery, W"Kurnt' t,. l'r. VT."TB 1 7''" Li Directors. A The Central Record, Thursday Jan 6, 1916 1 Page 3 E IN THE HOME HOUSE, 175 lbs at 22c, 155 lbs at 22c, 75 lbs at 27c, 25 lbs at 29c, 45 lbs at 30c, 170 lbs at 32c, 130 lbs at 36c. Total 1675 lbs for $275.37, average $22.40 Per Hundred. Long & Tudor RICHMOND, Kl., The best lighted warehouse to be found anywhere. Makes bad tobacco look good and good tobacco look better. You can't get the highest market price without a good light to show your crop.. High prices and accomodations are our specialties. We have plenty of both left and you don't have to save any coupons to get them. We hand them out to everybody just alike. IF YOU WANT TO YOU CAN WEIGH and be satisfied. YOUR OWN TOBACCO. There are no private nor locked doors around this warehouse. You're WELCOME any where you want to go. Take a peep at the following and see how they listen to you: Crop sold for Ray & Brandenburg: 35 lbs at 9c, 50 lbs at 9i, 155 lbs at 13c, 100 lbs at 17c, 225 lbs at 191, 90 lbs at 194c, 80 lbs at 20c, 165 lbs at 22c, - Smith Gentry 1910 pounds $353.68, average $18.52 1510 pounds 242.69, average 15.94 Ross & Wheeler 3085 lbs 478.13, average 15.49 MAKE THE- HOME HOUSE YOUR STANFORD HEADQUARTERS WHEN IN TOWN. 3f IE U STOP AT OUR GARAGE Whenin Danville Work and Prompt Service by Expert Mechanics. Good Mrs. K. C. Jordan is vmitint; re I a- lives mid frii'inli st Dry ICitlee. Mrs. .latum MrCurty, of Unit's (lap. Is tli KUst of Mrs. V. I,. .McCarty. Mr. A. 0. Sinu lias i iuitu ill for several ila lij friends ri'Kn-- t to know. Mrs, ;it. I). Carter is vUitim: tier Woods. mother, Mrs. Salliu (loone nt IJev. I). M. Walker, wife anil tlaugli- Mrs It. C. Hamilton, of Lebanon t'r. have returned from Selmn, Ala., Junction, is here with relatives and where they spent the holidays with his they wuie the guests of Miss Isabella l.utz Misses Mary I), nnd l.aura Carter, of Jacksonville. lml., were the guest of their parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. 1'. V. Carter. Mrs. II. I.. Wallace, of I'air.t I.ick, has lieen the guest of Mrs. Adelia Minnie WoxU and daughter. Miss mends. parents. Miss Annelle Carson has been con- Miss Sophronia Fox, who is teaching lined to her room for several days with school at I'ort Thomos, spent the days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs Ulitor an! Mrs. Shtlton M. baulley Jesse Kox. attended the l'rena-Meelin- g at LexingMises Louise and Marjory Lynn, ton last week. spent several days, during the holidays Mr. C. II. Campbell has leen con- with their aunt, Mrs. Ixigan Woods, Complete line of Tires. fined to his home for several days on of Danville. Kveryihinft in Automobile account of illness. Accessories. Mary and Misses Maud Carter Mrs. (!. C. Anderson, of Ml' Sterling Klizaheth McKinncy, who are teaching is the guest of her parents, Mr. and in Cave Springs, Ga., were here for Service. Mrs. K. 1". Wood holidays. Mrs. I.. M. Westerfield and children, the Misses Elizabeth and Nancy Hunn, of Paris, are the guests of her aunt, MITCHELL & who spent the holidays at Frankfort Mrs. M. I). Klmore. with their aunt, Mrs. II. C. LeCompte, M.-Shcllon M. Saulley lias been SHACKELFORD. csnfined to her bed for several days on have returned home. News has been received here from account of agrippe. Phone 124. Second Street, Mrs, Linda Dillion, of London, has New Castle, that Mrs. Lou Shanks is ill returned home after a visit to her sit- (uite of pneumonia at the home of Danville, Ky. her daughter, Mrs. II. Kirbv liourne. ter, Mrs. Joseph Cotley. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Mount, ,"of Lan lloyce Hunn and Harry Farmer, of State University, of Lexington, were caster, and Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Wilson of Howling Green, have been the at home for the holidays. Mrs. J. II. I'axton and Miss Jean guests of Mr. and Mrs. II. J. Mcltoberts Mrs. W. H. Hocker has returned I'axton have been confined to their home from Lexington, where she has home with the grip for several days. HIGHEST PRICES PAID Spaulding Hill was at home from been at the beclsine of her sister-in-law- R.ml't.n. M.il.d m Dar T. T. Martin, who has been quite Central College for the holidays, with ShipsuM U his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ilailev Hill. in. No Commission to Pay Mr. J. W. Acey has purchased th ! Mr. and Mrs. Will Hawkins, of drug store Writ. ( I'rK. LUt of W. K. Shugars and took Shipping T.. holidays with her Corbin, spent the possession the first. Dr. W. N. Craig parents. Mr. and Mrs, lledell Chancel- will have cha.ge M. Sabel & Sons of the drug depart' lor, menu kuUuk.l IIS( Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jones have re LOUISVILLE. KV. Mrs. Annie Newland has returned turned home from Uiuisville, where ' home from Lexington, where she has ' been the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Marvin Adams, and son, Joe Mack Newland. Mr. nnd Mrs. Will Dennett, ot Louis-- I ville, nro the guests of their daughter, I RICHMOND, KY. Mrs. Ileerly Itout. Mrs. Route will return home with them to remain sevA TRAINING SCHOOL TOR TGACIU-Reral months. Courses lemliiiR to Klmientary, Intmnrdiato and I.Ho The dance given by the dancing young Mato Certllicates. Valu In all l'nlillcfi liiolsof hpfcinl Courses and ltvTiew Courses Imtt tt ladies of this city, was very much enKite to ApMiinties. Two splendid dormitories, Hint joyed. There were about twelve coupmodel tcliiMil, nev manual training build n- - pr:.rt( n pchool. dppsrtnient of agriculture, n v.'r'fniU'H''l 's les. The music was furnished by Donie.lie hcienre, l'irst Term U'giut pyniiia.liim. hand of Harrodsburg. 7, Term CuTemlx r 10, Third Term January 2S, KimrtliTorni April ft, hummer Hi liool oy Mr. John Hubble died at his mother's , Juno li. Catalogue I'ri". j. u. cinillli:, home on dreen Itivcr, after n long illness of eruptive tuberculosis He was .11 years old nnd was n respected citizen of the community where he lived. He was buried at Mt. Moduli. The Juniors of the Stanford High school entertained the Seniors in the Odd Fellows building. The evening i Announcing Their was it very enjoyable one. There were seventy present. Delightful ices ai.d cakes were nerved at the l'rincess. At n meeting of the tlirectors of the ' Lincoln County National Hank, tlio semi unnual dividend of live per cent was declared, payable. January 1st. This bank is the lli.nor Uoll Hank and is one of the strongest banks in Kv. 7THT tteed tlii practical, expert information. Whether The First National Hank declined its m own or Intend tu plant n (t'vv trees or a thousand, It Is inforsemi-annumation that villi nft0 jiU time, tabor ntut monry, iirt ll I Simply send us jour dividend of three per cent. iiuuit urul aiMrtrti on ttiu couion-- ur on u injui. It j ou prefer. everywhere nro rcttim proulsloui Mrs. J. 8. Kiie entertained the Hook Wo will ul'Jly w't VP" u frws copy I 4 Ureu caih profits (mm crop Tt. bonk, I iit.l4- crutx mi 118 rt ourI New 'Club on Tiie.-ilii- y afternoon at her ot itiunx, ihriity. with t in. that Mark llru'a fttinply Unit u tu tecum trrpfiit ti ttmt nttpli4lie the truth' crnjw will enabla home on Danville avenue. The House nt (he ntumi "Murk 'I tic Jtear Fruit M toi fcclt the I" ft fnttt ufilk-- l 'Ih.-wul 3t wus beautifully decmiited in the holimr tftpr (iMf w it lir'frttctiHi uruct vt i inc Htv Mt.tt, turiil colcr ihiitna fnilt nil tlio book wiAi i Delicious refrerhnients day colors. au U.t bbout twwr t'f yuurvtpy (uiiay tu ' were served. And on Wetlntday after-- , noon Mrs. ICice entertained a number w Orlmc Coirti'ii the trro ttcvr1opmr.it 1 ll linil tenrn n'xiul lm Mrs. Itice of her friends at liook, . f Kl.nb llrir loi'ir I'l-Diui ruhu ciiitir roi (ivt iho N'rw Ili'U "l)uubl-Llloproved hcuelfu very thai iniiig hostess I'm U about "hturk Dcllcluu." Murk lurir ut buuetsln. Kurly Kit rrta. atij all llio latent nt both utrairs. Male i Kuchri.titflru llro't crown. J. II. Stark Linriiln IVar. Jesse 1). Weareii, who has been an Moiitmoicn y Cllvny Matniiinth dolj limn niii ud tin onirr Mtiioutt muik v at inmrnnco nan in this city for years, lUu'alruii'i.bcriUiiuaJuiaaiiiuuula. has bought out the insurance firm of Get Our New Catalog w 5,,rk IVrklus mid Thomas, which they reBliKiw-ii- iw Uio's FRFF " m cently purchased from lltomlev und I cuirr -tu M,V ,U,P;,.A COVlTWi'ht- - 'Itlt ll lillO. llroniley. Mr. Thomas will continue in li'Kraptta. .'Id I liuuina.wo. urn r a .'M. - b,bJ iw it . the insurance Liisinens he had befote . yuur NVw ve ifins.')i)tiriiauio rMwiiwUi, ; purchasing half interest in the linn he rLuU.it, trllwa Jut au4 aUvlrvfti. sold to Mr, Weuren. Mr. Weareii has mkii rtuni.lrtkUitf Stark llroa moved to the otlice on Lancaster St, LouUUaa .trw jk alKlti.iit Mo, Miss Annie Katherine Mntheny, M Num..... daughter of Mr and Mrs Will Mathenv, had u very narrow escape recently. A I1.F.U.. While out driving on the Danville pike O In it buggy, a bunch of drunken negroes drove up behind her. A car came up Prestolite behind the animal the negroes were J3ffor53n School Law. driving and they lost control of it and it jumped upon the buggy in which tvi-- i Miss Mathenv was, knocking her out (fnU mistwo yea tt tttiKMC - fCrS13Bk2j. i, 3. htM ' il. ' i J i J, lY'iurr f'r and bruising her. HUt h ill The Charity Minstrels that were giv-- 1 n,it iic.iftt.lr.lur Y hatLiIM Rio lmot en during the holidays by the young i TttmiuiJcCr jfi men of this city, was a great success tmOTT fgi.EEAKEit, S;;'?, Lcjinille, Kt. in every day. The house was crowded and the sum of something over $100. was made. John N. Menelee, Jr. who was at the head of this movement deThe undersigned hereby p've warnIt serves much praise for his work ing to all persons not to trespass upon was one of the best minstrel perfor-- 1 our lands for any purpose whatever as mancet ever given In this city, the we will prosecute all offenders to ful proceeds were distributed among the lest extent of - law. Hunters and. poor and many a heart was made glad Fishermen especially take notice. a! Christmas time, when they received Ed & N B I'nce It. L. Elkin gifts. W. It. Cook. Mrs. Rebecca J. West. The little son of Mr. and Mrs. Dick II. 0. Arnold. James G. Conn, Chandler, was bitten by a mad dog, at J. C. Morgan. J. 1. Bland. their home near Cedar Creek. Just as Long Bros J. II. and W. S. Weaver soon as the child was bitten, under the W. T. West. J. Booth Sutton. direction of Dr. M. M. l'hillips, the dog W. I. Lawson and son. Howard King, was killed and its head sent to the State Miss Carrie Houlden, J. H. Higsby. Hoard of Health at Howling Green, John Richardson, J. C. Itlesby. where Dr. Lillian South. State J, B. Woods. A. C. Miles. examined and discovered that J. H. Thompson, Jno. M. Farra. dog was mad. Dr. l'hillips was imthe B. L. Kelly. David Steven. mediately wired, and tht little child S. C. Higsby. Frank Thompson. was taken to Howling (Sreen to the D. M. Anderson. J. II. Thompson. I'astuer Institute, to remain 21 days. Davis Sutton The home of the late Judge M. C. We will add other names for 25centr Sautley, now owned and occupied by cash. mhje'ro-irnul- EE1 E twrMnj jtfrf-I- ARE YOU HUNGRY? If so call at Itbraril-H- 11 POSTED t- "The TvLrizan" for a nice Lunch, also Everything in Soft Drinks E1G $4.00 ONE YEAR. $2.00 SIX MONTHS COURIER-JOURNA- L DAILY BY MAIL (NOT SUNDAY) AND Uacter-iologis- t, K.i.d M. !r.ti his son. II. It. Sautley, was almost completely destroyed by tire. The house was aglow with flames when discovered by some one passing by. The family were eating supper when the alarm was given. The tire started upstairs and had gotten Buch headway when discovered that there was no chance to save any thing The family and guests lost all their clothing, except what they wore. Most of the furniture on the first floor was saved, but badly broken up. The loss is several thousand dollars, but will be covered mostly by insurance, as Mr. Saufley carried $4000 insurance. X. V, Hughes Bros, Withers Bros, Willitm, Marcus and Jim White. B, F. Wilmot, J. D. I'ope, Mrs. David Chenault, Fred J. Conn, W. R. Cook, J, vV. Elmore, Huffman Bros, T. C. Rankin, Wm. G. Anderson. Sam Cotton. MARKSBUKY W. B. Moss T. M. Arnold, Jr. Jno. M. White. It. E. Henry. Mr L. D. Chesnut is seriously ill. Bright Herring, A. I) Bradshaw, Miss Kugenia l'ollard is able to be out R. L. Barker. again after u protracted illness. Coal in large or small quantities. Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. Mrs John W'oods of Lexington was at the bedside of her father, Mr L. D. Chestnut, last Sunday. Miss Anna Higgins of I'aint Lick, spent several days last week with Mr and Mrs Frank Higgins. lie V. Maban preached u good New Years sermon Sunday morning, which was enjoyed by his congregation. Mr Joe Tuggle and bride of New York City, spent the holidays with his parents, Mr and Mrs Wm. Tuggle. Messrs Hojd Denver and David Ison of Herea College, spent the holidays with Mrs Kelly Hogg and Mr Kyle lson Mrs F.mma Dunn came over from Hurgin to attend the burial of her brother and' was the guest of Mr Jim Clark und family, Mr and Mrs Hen Hughts and daughter, Miss Delia Itlce. of Lancaster spent the week-en- d with Mrs Margaret Sutton and family, Mr Jim Clark anil family, and Mr and Mrs Ed Clark uttended the burial of Mr Jim Clurk's brother, whose body was brought from Denver. Col., to be inter- ed in tin Lancaster cemetery. been brisk The marriage market for the past two weeks, a number 'of In the young coupled having married. past four tears tlio market has been so dull here, the pastor has scarcely received enough from marriage fees to get a nice pocket handkerchief. W. E. McGutfie, of the Waynesburg section, come to the office of Sheriff J. G. Weatherford Wednesday and gave himself up, saying that he was wanted for forging u check on H. W. Leigh, of Hustonville, for $100. He said that he had also given a number of other "cold checks" hut had the money and wanted to make them good. He sent for sever al of the merchants of this city to whom he had given cold checks and paid them. A warrent had already been issued for his arrest by officers of Somerset, so he was turned over to officers there. McGutlie is said to have given a number of cold checks in Lexington and on Sunday there were several here from that place looking for him. HUNTERS TARE NOTICE. This Agreement Witnesseth; That in order to protect the game on our lands for a period of three years we bind ourselves not to hunt thereon, nor permit anybody else to do so, and we further agree to prosecute with diligence all persons who violate the game laws of Kentucky or trespass upon our lands for the purpose of hunting. And we further agree to act as Deputy Game Wardens for the purpose of carrying out this agreement. Except each of us have the right to kill rabbits on our Tarms or permit it to be done by another under our supervision, or the supervision of some responsible and reliable person selec'ed by us. This November 15th, IU15. U. L. Elkin, J. E. Robinson, W. H. Brown, Jno, M. Farra, Alex Walker, W. B. Burton, T. A. Elkin, Haselden Bros., F. M. Tinder, J. II. Dalton, Logan Hubble, John H. Smith. .1. N. Ross. FARM and FAMILY A GREAT MONTHLY MAGAZINE During January AND February Only Special Rate Period Limited to These Two Months. Splendid Combination at a Little Over Half the Regular Price. Subscription orders at this rate will be accepted only when sent through regular Courier-Journal Agent in this district. Fisher Herring, G. M. Deshon. H. B. Cox, J. W. Sweeney, W. M. Mahan. R. E. McRoberts. Lancaster, Ky. COURIER-JOURNAL COMPANY, Louisville. The Southern Railway is the direct and other southern resorts. Travel there on the "St. Louis Special" equipped with electric lighted steel coaches, through drawing room sleeping cars to Jacksonville and new dining car service to Asheville, and from Asheville to Jacksonville. The trip via Asheville is through "The Laud of the Sky ,the only scenic route to v lorida. Very low home seekers fares and winter tourists fares now in ciiect; with stopovers and other special features. Oct full information and fares from Local Southern Agent, or wtlt B. H.Todd, District Passenger Agent How to Grow Bagger Crops of Superb Fruit FREE line to Asheville,Aiken,Augusta,Char-lcston- , Columbia, Savannah, Summer-vill- e ., M M Stark Bro's Nurseries at Louisiana, Mo. Southern Railway Florida - Cuba - New Orleans IDEAL WINTER PLAYGROUNDS m .f jr 4 ls WINTER TOURIST TICKETS ON SALE DAILY TO ALL RESORTS OF FOR FULL INFORMATION, THE SOUTH. LONG RETURN LIMIT. STOP OVERS. 'p, H. C. KING, Pauengcr and Ticket W. A. DECKLER, Cenerol Pa.iger Agent, APPLY TO NEAREST TICKET AGENT OR WRITE Agent, 101 Main Street, Ent - Lcxlnjton, Ky. Cincinnati, Ohio Page 4 The Central Record, Thursday Jan 6 19 Id. January Savings For Men Our Custom Tailoring Department offers every attractive prices in made-to-measure Suits; blacks, blues and staple patterns included. Graves, Qox Company's CLEARANCE STAETED MONDAY. JANUARY 3rd. ale Lot No. 4 coats and Raincoats for Men and Young Men at low Reduced Prices. Lot No. 1 Re- Suits Only, In the face of conditions, woolen prices soaring higher daily, this sale of Suits and Overcoats is of utmost importance. It will probably be many years before good de- pendable clothing will ever be purchased at the prices we are offering. This is Central Kentucky's Great Selling Event. Our entire stock of Suits, Over- duced to, Clftntl U.UU $ LotNo. 5 Reduced to LotNo-- 2 (T10 Cn Lot No 6 Lot No. 3 Reduced to $ i Z.JU Reduced to Reduced to Jj r flft 4) U.UU I Reduced to CII G Rfl 4) D.DU cn on ZU.OU t9R nn ZD.UU LtN-Reduced to 7 t97En j)Z.uU Every Suit Raincoat and Overcoat in the house included, nothing excepted. Fine seasonable fabrics, the season's approved styles. It is a sale to buy a suit and lay it aside for next season, so great are the values. Our Overcoat stock, the finest in the South, includes long ulsterettes, short English Coats, stylish belted back coats, any style that you might want. Materials of vicunas, meltons, Chinchillas, English and Scotch Tweeds. all-wo- ol Mothers of boys will find bargains galore in our Juvenile Department on third floor. Suits, Overcoats Furnishings, Hats, Caps, Etc., at reduced prices. GEAVES, COX OUTFITTERS TO & - COMPANY BOYS. Special lines of Furnishing Goods, Caps, Soft and Stiff Hats included in this great reduction sale. Trunks Bags, Suit Cases, Steamer Rugs at 15per ct. reduction. Incorporated. MEN AND LEXINGTON, Entire Stock Odd Trousers at Bargain Prices. lr. T. D. , - KENTUCKY. See Our Windows. They Tell An Interesting Tale. j I ACTION FOR RECEIVERSHIP Keynolds. BRAVER GIRL. Chestnutt. cine of f'.nr. ' Tii their union nine children wen- Against Central Life, Said To lie "Hope-I a" f""r K"' card's most prominent farmers, died at l,l'r"- - '"e ll,,' Miss Ninci Robbins, Chief Operator at Ins countrj home, near Marksbury, wrr'' wl" eir parents, surrounuing lesslr Insolvent". Wednesday morning at 2 o'clock from ' their bedsides when the ends came, I Suit was filed ip the Franklin Circuit Telephone Office, is the Purest a complication of deseases, havingbeen Funeral services were conducted ut the CommisHome at noon I ueftlny y J. C. .McClnry Court Mondav by Inaurnnce an invalid for over a Near. followed by tin- double burial in Ilulfalo sioner Matt C Cl.iy to place the Con I ml .Mr. Chestnutt was 70 years old. Gill in Kentucky Has Close EDtererl at the 1'oit Ofiec In I anca.trr. Kjr. of n;ver Springs Cemetery here at two o'clock Life Insurance Company, of txington iml,uUoa Mull Matter. that he will appoint no person to any pneumonia. Mr- -. Nannie Jennings died l Call Upon ller Life. rKot '""P'tal ways of the pioneer, the same afternoon. Interior Journal, in the hands of a receiver. Notice was place in the service of the state unless ' :,t her home on the lluckeye road this that tile preliminary motions Member Kentucky Press Association lie was at home oy the beside of the he is fully satisfied that the applicant mornin? at three n'c'ock. will be made Wednesday. AMMttnnt Mrs Nannie Yanti Jenniiigwmi the Sll'k and delighted in neighborly otlices. is qualified and suited for the position. CLUB COMMERCIAL Miss .Vnnej liobbiiH, chief oherntor Attorney General Charles II. Morris filhad (iileU all the relations of life. Eighth District Publishers League. u.,,.tr,tmunt in widow uf Kiinswl Jetiniiii'. nlm died ' IIu ,li!n.i i.. ,rit. at the plant of the Cuiwlwriaml Tele. husband, father, brother, friend.and Passes Resolutions On Uealll Of Popular ed the suit. 'uhout thirty years ngo. Shu was a Mr. Cliir Ilosworth, late File Marshal, Commissioner Clay said he lielieves phone plant, in this city. f the brav-- i Lancaster, Ky., January 6, 1916 although Mr. Iloaworth insisted that daughter of the late Harvey Ynntis. Mled them well, lie was a life long Member pww. if any men ' there are asets sullicient to pay debt est girl in Kentucky. number of the Ilaptiit church having - being twelve children horn to he had been promlfed recognition be-- 1 thena claims clue, mid an ellort will he made liHuemwi pluck, ller reKiird been an older at the Fork church fori At the regular weekly inei tmgThurs-e- d to Rates For Political Announcements fore the August primarv, and threaten-- , this lovable fmilv, nine of whom sur- the rnks. A reiort on the snuggling Iwrse whr. aim ruked her legal proceedings against thuGJVer- -' Vive. Srws was seventy years old and n ' J'i'ars, and at all time mid under all jay t.Vt,,111.,i l;ri.ml,t.r noth HH5 of condition own life to save the unium! U whlime. For Precinct arc Citv Uifi:es . . .$ 5.00 of the company made by and faith! mtinber of the 'ircunntaiici'ii walktd mtlie well btatin Lancaster Commercial Club the follow- The Humanitarian might to prwml 10.00 nor unless he wa favored with a job denut "or County Offices C. F. Thomu aul Guy in ine uejin ing tesoiutions on the death ofllev. J Sue lee ve one sun. by the Executive. Mr llosworth will C nriitian church. tor State and District Ollices.... 15.00 be is in the hands of Assistant At- her with a g..W mell. uiiouier name i Koekwell Smith were adopted to mouin the loss oi an iilfect- disappointed. He evidently does Harvey Kobbins h.l ttartMl to her .10 For Calls, per line torney General Charles II. Morris. nun the ever lessening roll uimI devoten molher. Whereas, Itev. J. Uockwell Smith a As w- go near .Stanford, in Lincoln cwuh-t.10 not know the metal of the Governor. lunate For Cards, per line This report concludes: "It apjiear home,She was of our older citizens. it must be to, steadfast nnd loyal member of the o arrangemuita nave been The Governor's replj that he did not to pre-.dnviiiK a Iwrse swurl For all publications in the interthat the company has leis than $100,. consider the applicant .lualilied should made for the funeral ami a more ex- bat these tender human ties cannot be Lancaster Commercial ('tub, was sum Olid paid-uest of individuals or capital stock; that it la at Mr. II. T. Held', hvery atalde. , have been sullicient inder the cir-j- tended notice will be given next week. severed without a pang. Yet in such a moiled hence bv death on Tuesday hopelessl) insolvent, About half way between Shelby City sion of individual views, per that its further deatli there is no cause for gilef. His December Itt'th 1U15 and cumitance. We hue not been adviline operJlijii is penloUi to the public, and and Stanford, alie ttnifjtiMl to fonl life work was well done, and wearied Whereas, we appreciate his sterling why the de-- 1 reason "le Knob Lick crek, which was running RUBLE. ses Obituaries, per line with life's duties and caies, weary of worth as a citizen and business am-riat- that it should be placed in the hands strong Imandfor n plact was retufd Mr. as a if the rent rains. of the court su that a lecuver may be Mrs George lluble, wife of one of suturing and waiting he has been who has dine much for the liuowurth, but thu controversy calls tu K lilelllly there iw appointed to elie lt alfaira." h.yy We are .authorized to announce Miss th() mjn(J of Ul(( most estimable citizi in, Mr. warded bv eternal rest. liesides two and interests of Lancaster anil ,evrr waih.ejt uud when Mm Itehbins ilrove 'I'm., runurl Lalun f.lPlli .. .... t ...1 U 'v v "V I4UIIII Ul'U UltfVin .1 : . Jennie Higgins a candidate for County crUidam Uireclt.d U)luinsl Alr. Iio9. George Ituble, died at her home neir brothers, Messrs. Sain and John Client- .I- - l into the stream the vehicle and 1(,r " !.r. l""', ,.,.,.1,... o f Sf !I ' liahllitlei of Garrard School Superintendent , , L liMM!) ,B,e Iluena Vista Sunday night of pneu- - null who live in Texas, lie is aurvivuj miinity and its religious u;wi business worlh by lmj amounting to $JCO.M77.&i, an impair' were pickod up ,j tha ,wjft county, inject to me acucn oi me c.m,Wli(IIi Ue enne in for his full inniua, age ims was in by seven children, Mesd:une.s Charles life, and and carri.il raiAllj three hundred Democratic primary August 1917. Whereas, we recognize Ids many meiit. B,mre of atlack u, d rt!,ub,icana deed a s'ld death made doublv o by ita Ilurdett and John Woods and Mus The company wrote policies piovnling yards down stream i to a most perilous as Mrs. Ituble hud only Alary Chestnutt and Messrs. Hubert, splendid traits of character, his nmnlv were able to imike c msiderablu capital I here was no on,- m for unnuitlea III case of death, and, locationthu lo. Fiiends of Hon. Tom l'annell of of Urn olticial cordiut of .Mr. Iiojwurth. been sick one week. All that loving Tom, Virgil and Lluier Chostmitt. The ami uptight dealings, his value as u while paid death claims amounting to eahty. She knew tliere win io u... to ll kl cm '.I rto weie runeral serviws were conducted at the citizen, his worth as n fiiend. Therepleased that he The people of the stale heard enough lm"'M aMl Greenville. Kv., are In the mul'le of the Jti.SW!. Hi during the year, the rexrt call for help. ,10r l,ut v"''"'out avail ai.d her Fork church ThurMlav morning at 10:30 fore, bo it will be made State Fire Marshal by ap- - about this run trove ai that time ioriJo"" for that in the demise of Itev. says total claims aggiegate $71, KM hi. stream, the vehicle lodg-- d with walerii departure leaves a gloom over o eiock by J. W. AUhau assisted by 1 pointment trom State Auditor, Kohert them to now give G vernor Stanley the "U"0" Muw Collins ImmhmI Foimer Auditor Henry Ilusworth had urging around many homus besids the she M. Tinder after winch Interment took ' Kockwell Smith, the town of Lan- Li. Greene. Mr. l'annell Is regcrueu us highest praise for pi milling Mr. Hos caster has sustained an irreparable loss. recently been elected president of the Iomwiih some year, ago iutd although leaves so daik unit desolate. SI e was place in the Lancaster cemetary. the best democratic organizer in Ken worlh to retiie from the public service. bundW up lie.lecNkdto try awimming " this organization has been deprived of Central. u devoted member of the llarmnnv tucky. He is not only one of the best asliore. She removed her heavy deal; one of Us most loyal fcupporters, and chjrch Hnd it was in this church the TflPPTUPP M qualified men in the State for the posiIPP and wtnp ai d dah,J into the water that his going and coming among us funsral services were held bih hi this lUULlllLIx 111 Lll Ll ilUYANTSVILLK tion, but is one of the most deserving II Ann and swam ashore, leauiig the vmaiwi. horke quiet church wird all that w.i n. rtul ti nn 1 Til will b mihsed beyond expreinion, ami democrats that could be selected. iruKhng in tii ........ .. ut iinulhu I ,,. I II I 11 11 i i :'ifiieriy ui nils ir. ijiruin u.. i.ri, iun, mil. k umi e. I, I ll. T..,l.. i., ' indolence to tho arHicte,! members ber of e,,umo irie, '"'r ,1""l-"fuu' As at a., elegant IZw , The Stanley Administration was had gone down the a..""". V,'l"'I.!", , U,?iHvl Tl" ., ,'iand " ' way of 111 together hand ,,, branches cessl in J he General Assembly, Mr. and Mrs. Fred fins is sa is- - j , , .Wr. o Wd )(m s " ",,,",,f", f ()f fc tt. ihiTv "I"1- - '' CrtM,k factory to tho people without r.gard to , UUWW. the Va lev of , , M ,h" L vA to the family ,)t took of her w poll cs. for it would have been Ui fflcul ho Shadow of Ilea I. toge her Sunday. fo'Iow M(1mJ wm froi, from C1tllc M. Margaret Kobinson Dunn died Mr. Moser d.edatlWe o'clock on the h d Ull,r,of'8ir(..Ha ., for tho Governor o have carried ou , , "Hi, the icy wa.er. Mi Itohbins'.piri k ut.inK at the home of her ,on. Mr. .hnirge ori the n illutea of ) l hu lis plan, unless the LeK,slature hul utt mXuv. ' uf H. Dunn, near Danville, Satunla night "" mado-he- r by Uuv. ,.. M. Till(jer. KlUr Itam .d . fo ge V n, . in sympathy with him. Ihe pen-- 1 0WM j. 1:. s,ormes, Fieaident. d " f J ,rMM, partner and heliwuato follow.d him to at .clck fuow, nlo the ' I . .ore a. nine o'clock that "" pie arc pleased at the beginning o his, the other "tri'a"' "Jm L. G. Davidson, Sec'y. ilhiess. She was in tho l'u in ZUn I ' Fecouil-I'lass the Legislature in former sessions, by ' resided until his death. His widow and way of extra help, should be abandon- - the following children survive him. ed. and the law observed in every re- - Elijah Lear and Mrs. Lucy llrashenr of incorporated. Valley Kansas, James Lear Jr. $1.00 a yeak. spect is especially urged in the message Mound Ibsueo Weekly. and Hugh Lear The Governor is making a fine start, of Fort Scott Knns-Hthereby delighting his former friends ' of North Dakota. J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. and receiving the praise of the psople JENNINGS. R.L. ELKIN. Local Editor anil Mtir. g TheCenTRAL &ECGR0 Ilejnolds, daughter of the late Jackson f : ' j ' I i fr ,I Van-sa- - "' s p I ' e, iult I j ' I icriY-eign- i. ,e f,, suddi-nnoss- - ''"" -- j Zt? yiffiJ ' 1 11 . 1 nl 1,-" - "'' - . ."rfs Z ; g r.Cr ulTT'u XZ 1 7 ,1 Z Z, u "."V.r.WlH'n; , ' "' U-e- sixl.v-nint- Tl' "r '"''' lt who have heretofore opposed Governor Stanley are now looking to him with confidence for a good and useful adWe congratulate our ministration. representative, Hon. II. C. Kaufman, for hii part In bringing success to the Governor'" plans. He Is thereby better able to help hia constituents in any i special matter Ihat muv arise in tho James and Franz Ciurk of this county anj Mr. Win, Clark of Fayette. LEAR. Word has just roucn.-- hero of the future. The Governor's mossago to the Leg islature was brief and to thu point. The spirit of the Executive is seen in every paragiaph. Iho pledges mude by his party to thu people in the platform should be enacted into laws and he requests that It be done without delay. Theillegalexpendituruof money by i death cf James Mason Luar of Mound Valley. Kansas of paialysis on Decern- UBr 19th last. Deceased was u brother of William and Vietoi A Lear. Mrs, Ilessie Duddtrar ami i!ih lute Mrs, Sal-liWest of this city nd Mrs. Maggie Yantls of lndianuxiii tud. He was born in Canard county, June 12, 1815, and united in niatriuge to Man Ish Hinda Mobcrly Sept. 11, 180(1. He moved to Labette county, Kansas, dur ing the fall of 18s0, where he has since e native of Garrard county but until a few years ago was a resident of Dan- title. Since leaving Danville she has been living witli her daughter lo Fort Worth. Texas. She came to to vi.it her son and other relativ. aomo time) ago and had been too ill lo return She was the widow of tho latu home Henry Dunn and was a most estimable Christian lady and had many friends in lloylu and Garrard county who will be deeply glieved tu learn of her deatli. Shu was a member of tho Cluistian church, having united with that con gregation many years ago. After funeral services held in Dan- villu inteiment took place in thu Lan- caster cemetery Tuesday afternoon. -- u,,liU' 11 ,a l'"ua'"-- ' mat Heath came t' this aged pair just as they would have had it come. After u life time of ,,vu B"d d,!Volio". J. L. Gill. M. Jno. Farra, "'"y - Wl' reward together, Mr,,ulh s,r ' It. L. Elkiu. ""-i- r Hogan llallard. Miss Mayme Lee llulhinl was. hnsleu Friday evening at '1'iiiu Citst", the liretty homo of Mr. and Mrs. J. Hogan Mo8';I' h;ul KNIGHTSlF PYTHIAS OFFICERS. llallard, at ''500" paity. The even- '" UvMU for Humu "t"1"" weru "ul unexpecitu to their largo family and their loved v U't-1,l- ELECT mv- - Mr ary, 1M1, and bis wife Junuury 1, 1S10, making him 82 years old and her 7C. Iloth were born in this county and Mr. resided here all uf their lives. Moser was a prominent farmer most of his life and respected and esteemed by all who knew him. Mrs. Moser was hl'"r was 1,orn '" I''1'"-- ! j before their marriage, Mis, Lavinla At the regularmeetingof tho Knights of 1'ytliias lodge last Thursday night, thu following olllcers were elected to serve for the ensuing year. 1. J, Holtzclaw, 0. C, M. 11. Turner.' V. 0.. Win. 1). l'ryor, Koflt ami 8., Wm. D. l'ryor, M. of F., Walter .Smith,' M, of A., 1). W. Marsee, M, of K., J. ii. Sutton M. of W,, It. II. Tomllnson, 1'relatu. ing was thoroughly enjoed by everyone present und at the conclusion of $r.oo. (lie gamu u delightful lunch was terv-eThe Advocate emil.iii.U il, ,ii Ml,, n. i. Mrs. Iloguii llallard presided at bun is thu bravest girl in Kentucky and the punch bowl. Among th.e present I that few. ,f . .. were Miss Marguerite Woolfolk, of woiiiu have displayed thu nervu exhibit-e- d Ioxiugtou, Misses. Martha und Helen by her. Danville Advotute. Gill, Elizabeth Ilryaut and Mary Nvllu Thu 1'residenl of Farley, Messrs (Jreen Glay Walker, II. Telephone O.,, has the Cumberland ordered this bravo Clay Kaulfmau, Chenault Elmore, Dr. youn-- lady be refunded tier money and. Wheeler, Dr. II. II. Montgomery und tho value of her Christmas presents. Mr. Virgil VanArsdalo, of Furis Cros-tinWu aru sorry to mate wo havu. Heard Ind. hu now has pneumonia frum exposure. mini gotten out. She then walked u half mile, sonking wet, to the home of a neighbor wia.ru she was 'cared for and taken to (lie homo of he parents. In the water she lost $15. in money and all her Chrhtmasa presents, valued at was al. ... . The Central Record, Thursday Jan d 19 Id. OLIVER AND SYRACUSE Hill Side Plows anil VI A Page 5 Ml PLAYERS M(m lleaaie Shugars of Hichmond fa Points People t A bout 1 N RIVER PILOT TELLS Y8UXI, FINB IT IN THIS COLIW. ncTWyntenuf ttauHttmnx twmtyjw Mr W. C. D.nia hn mnvnl htalnllnr. Louisville. Kv.. .lun Jih miii r,,.. Brilliant Society Event. Ing eatahhaliment over tlm M.h. H.ni.n (J.itman, one of the oldest nnd barber ahnn.. where J eat Known river nihil. In vnn run trot vmi. . r.- -' "" Mra. J. C. Itoliinson la a victim of no reaiuca nt :m South Sixth street, 'Production AFso IVores Exceptional En- - clothes cleaned and pressed on short The Chautauqua Circle met Tuesday tlm grip '. this city, nilda hi le.ilmi.nu inii,i ""lice- 3t niiernoon wun wrs. II. r . Hudson, on terlainiH!n!.Com:uV A Triomph In dred of others In Lnti!vilL MuUn Joe Ilryant wn visitor in Lexing Danville avenue. -' HUTU For Sale Or Rent. ton tliu paat week. Kaineu relief bv t in n. n( T..I.. American Fence, Satirical Writing. Best Wagon Mrs. Stella Sanders Perkins In in Nice home ronveri-ntl- y Attorney II. Clay Kauirman waa In Charleaton, Tenn., viaitlnir Dr. nnd uu(iiain uatman aaid; aituatrd. see on marKci. i na iieen allllrii.il- miih . lhe vis t of tli Yulu -J. V. l.'lmore or J. I!. Hnacldcn. FranHort the past week. . Mra. .i.il UllllllUUH i. J. Puraley. .....OI.J uiaoroera and catarrh many yetrs. My uraniallc Assoc ation to Ilnrli,.r -i Your account is due. Come in and see us. Mr. and Mra. Arthur Jnaenli r In Alias Alaude and Hazel Ktniie. i,f nonunion uecamc so serious For Sale Or Kmt. that I loat night for a nerformniiPM nf n.nn. Ashville. N. C. for n visit. Stanford, were trueala for several iluvn my appetite, fooda of a solid nature Wlldu' comedv. "An lit.ml Iln.l,..rwi" Houss nnd lot on Lexington Street. unnvs causing creat iliaenmfn.t at the Lyceum, was a hnllin- -i c,ul,! Master Gayle Dotv la numbered wllll of Alra. James Sanders. Alra. Suaan Fisher. . " . .r in aicK ones in the town. '...ir, ua vas 10 do expected, nnd It Hubert Honaker has returned tg hia pains in the abdomen. Aly catarrh also was ulso an exceptionally pleasant For Rent. Mra. Wrn. Ifnvs of Stanford vl.ilnd Inre In Lxincton after n visit to Val every damp, cool mornintr r theatrical event -- as nerhnns Cook nnd Will Hice Anion. .ii The Square Deal House. 1 desire to Air. and Mra. James A. Ileazley. rent the brick tealcl. tin. up with a choking sensation in my expected by everybody. The play in now eccupinl l.y W. C. Davis, for thu Alra. Frank II. Markshurv was the uiroai ami a Miaa Florence Johnson left Mnmluv luilness of my head. I Itself is several leagues ahead of the year 1916. Fisher Herring. KUeat on Alondny of Editor and Airs. cougned up mucus anil wn( .un average cumnlv nf- il... lor stetson University DeLnnd, Fla. s. Y.U& ...v uflj nnu 1. Landram, of Danville. snllllmg moit of the time. bound to be entertaining If given even Mrs. Sallie Ma rut of Nlciinlnavlll.. i Iiuis . 'I . f.l...l rr. , L,it.-ano rmimi. ii i..na me augtitest onnorlun te. Alias .May Noel, of Danville I NOTICE. iuniac Ai 11 the gueal of Mr. and .Mrs. .lack Adam. here ' ...v iimig i nan uone in many nanus 01 llie clever for a visit to her sister Airs. James th I.... .i.i ......... Any tre.piioting on the farms of J. Iteverend S. II. Pollitt was called to years, ns it Helped ine from the lirst irom rule the mav had r the fiiil-- uia n T.. and Fred J Conn anil Hettln .1. Vancchurg liY the death of In lirother, Ilurnam Woods, of Paint Lick. dose. My catarrh has virtually dis- opiwrtunitv and the largest audience Scott will be prosecuted to the full ex Aliss Grace Anderson of Preacher. appeared nnd my Btomach is stroug and waa not Induced bv anv men. Miss Cecil llntson (a t tent of the law. dick at her home on Lexington street. ville will leave next week to enter the ci-.- num. i cannot praise Tanlac duty to indulge in frequent outbursts Haptiat College a) Williamsb'irK. ioo nigniy." 01 laugnter and applause Mra. Herman Hoover, at Rnoriri. an tueal Husband" is STOCKHOLDERS MEETING. el,.i.,.riv Mr. Fay Keiclielderfer of Fort Wayne lanmc, me premier preparation, la town is thu Kuvst of Mrs. J. S. John . constructed satire, filled with epigrams so d I n In,.o... Indiana. I in Lancaster the cueat of now Peine -A meeting of the stockholders of tho son. u v i. .. . . . i r,. niciionerts drug store, v' s., ueiiuniiuny iresli nnd ap Misaea lleaaie and Eunice Prather. and in Gr rrard Hnnk anil Trust Co. will be Th Alisaionarv Society met Wednes iiryantaville by Hecker, Ilnllard nnd parently spentaneoua that they keep held nt its offices. Tuesday January Aliaa Alhe Arnold has returned to day iifternoon at the Prenhyteiian llie UUUtllCI' lOllStailtIV rlilirtH,,., 11th, for the purpose t, Pitttburc, Pa , to resume her duties of clectfntr officers vv iiuh is n cnurch. master satirist, resemblir.g for the ensuing year. ns teacher in the D and D Collect mat otliermasterof wit. llemunl si,u, Mr. James Stanp of l.exiiiKton, waa It J. W. Elmore, Cashier. ,l:ir. ...ill. ,1... u.uerence Alias Chatmnn. of Nicholnaville and n.... mat Ills barbs are llie tfucst of Miss Eunice Prather. on an iiccnmnlishetl musician ha been en always harmless and not sharpentd Sunday. KELLY TOBACCO S);ED. with the cynicism of the si, .!,. KaKed to play at the Opera House. aiiss .Marie Hallani spent the past SCI1JOI111 "An Ideal Illinium,!" !, 1. . Only genuine Kelly Improved Hurley Capt. T. A. EMiin and daughter. .Miss ween wills Her cousin Minn Julia Hills, ottered a satirical study in EnglLh seed obtainable, direct from raiser, Salli Elkin. have eono to Ailanln In GAKKAKD CIKCUIT COUKT at Irvine. drawing room culture, with the artificial who ha been champion hurley grower spend the winter with Air W. S. Elkin, The W. itm-le,,.!- . . T. - m.i:..i surface of those who proless virtue of Kentucky for last twenty live years. Miaa lleaaie Hrewer of Lebanon lias .'icJll.UI vU . Air anil Airs Joe h. itobinann anenl been the recent Kucst of Mrs. J. Kock contrasted with the animrent .l,.iiu.u Supply limited. $1.00 per ounce. Send Plaintilf, part of last week in I.ouisville attend-in- e well Smith. VS. 01 mose who are sincere at heart but mail orders tn. u neetinR of the Kentucky lawyers iai a. cummins, et nl. uu 001 always care to reveal it. 11. L. Kelly. & Sons. . Mrs. J. L. Francis and Mm Alii- '.viiuaiiia. In a play presented entirely l.v mon Aliss Atarcarite .Morrow left this ,i, u'"uunt,10 judgement rendered at It. 1. Lancaster, Ky. Arnold were in Cincinnati for a stay of .... .,,cmuur itrm, 1U15, of the (Jar. ine greatest uiuiculties week to resume her pontion as teacher rard several (lays. Circuit Court, the undersigned by those who assume theareencounteied women's roles GARRARD in the I). and I). College in Columbus. Co mm.saiuner will sell at public auc on iiie uiiiiculty in makinir CIRCUIT COURT. Misses Virginia and Elveree Carter Ohio. lhe feminine anJ before makeup in any degree convincing with- - John F. Collier's Heirs, L i- I sent hunilay with their Krand mother, AH'fMCTI'll Plaintiffs, iV timp wnii i jv, tV wr i The friends of Alias Eliza I.unafnnl Ky. ut 11 o'clock, A. AI. or i.ir. iiarluw. VS -- NOTICE. thereabouts! out suggesting the ludicrous truth of a will recret she has Kone to Cincinnati man masquerading is indeed formiiii.iu W. T. Nelson's Heits, Miaa Ifosa Itay hay returned from Defendants. I, MONDAY. JANUAKY 21. lain to make her home with her slater. Mra ... The more credit.. Ihen.fnr Notice is hereby given that W. II. tuva I I visit to her aunt. Airs. A. I. U II. F. HUDSON, J. J. WALKEH. Vice I'reat. . Wells. n ueine ine nrst iiae .i... uarraru Uwight D. Winmn. who nlai- -l il. riimmw,lnndi. i.f lh. MtiHtr j in rrunkfort. ? serpentine Airs. Cheveley, to Douglas Garraid Circuit Court, will sit in his W. 0. I'.icnky, Asa't Caah'r r. - ... Aliss Vivian Wake returned from muhi inri.i a.. Jot: J. Walk Kit, J K.. .. .i VamnKt and des 0. .viojre. wno had the ingenue part of Office in Lancaster. Kv.. hei'innino- Zir'ii-.u- 't .Miss Jennie Lackey waa in DnnvilU Ilulfalo, West Vu.. .Monday V. F. CHAMP. Lashier. nicht and January25. I01G. and continuing to . Lnrufftrl Monday the Kucst of .Mr. mid Mrs, i uain with Hev, and Airs. A. younty, J. .i.r. "I:.-- . in . V.": i r .. . Ky on iauei (..nntern. to ThomuM W pn January 28, 101G. to receive claims When a bnnk'a surplus rquala ill cvpital it in placrd on the Herbert Trice. V,c ami uck Creek and v.iiKiii, wno was L.auy Alarkbv. tn and hear proof on claims against th Clere. described in two boundaries, but con- - William A. Hanwav. Oliver I!.. IK'NOU KOI.I. of bank, huch an institution in a communitv in a estate of W. T. Nelson and wife, deMidMi lleaaie and Eunice I 'riltli.r ii n. .. . ......III ii ml n..llr.i. Ihnl III.. Iiulill I. SAt'P KDIT't) nml (SPrfltllP persons who have claims Airs. Henry Simpson was called to SIStS Of but linn I,...!.. ... ' laBa anu Alexander Wiley. So true tn i.r.. ceased, and allsaid estate are hereby and is bounded as follows- In Kichinond viaitinK their siiter. Airs against tho We are better prepared than ever to accomodate cir customLexington Tuesday by the critical the nubten liUUNDAKY: --Ileginning did they play was women's parts that notified to present them properly Oscar Hendren. ers m every wuy consistent with sound financial principles and we illness of her mother. Airs. W. S. at a fal the uudience . nn mini .. . r.... not temnted tn Inm.h proven before me at the said time. think our friends and ctistnmera for their aid in aviating ua in at- ox a " i . .,.,!.. il.; , Uil. ......i.i.,.. .... .1... Miss Leila Ileattv snei.t a ixirli m nf Henry. ,,,ung or. ramt Lick oiue i l(ll ......... .i.-.- i Creek, in in tue serious mnm,niE Dn.i IHVIV W. H. Urown, AI. C. G. C. C. ....i. iii. i" h .in-- nihil ""iiiyii " f Sam Uav: 'hence up kouiu uu no stronger test. i1!!,i,'Mf.f.C.urnr,' ine Lnnatmas holidays with her imi. Miss Emma Dee Scott and Charles "'U"K loot or u blutr. eiaa in Iticlimund. hi tne same time, the work nf miM. anooann illanks of this county were united in u.w eh piayers as Arthur C. Crunden as the Aliaa Jennie Dunrnn lm. I ....... i.. mnrriaire in this citv Eld?r F. M. rib I young English viscount. Francis T g 1.C9 chto ntmM white Stanford vi.itini' m.. Tinder officiating. i.i..r oak; S .101 ch. to a black oak on 1 weiluell as blr Hobeit Chiltem nnil 1 Charlotte Wairen. Alia Alurthn Tinder left Tuesdav for the side of a branch and near the foot Stanley W. Hurke as the Earl of Cav- Alius Sallie Lou AI VlT. in Hi limit.. Hamilton ?!, V,',' Min u.cornr the piece sold ersham can hardly be uraised too hurl,. Colleeo after siKMidini? the from h vnit to her cousin, .Mrs. L. AI. holidays witli her parents Elder and N 07J ly. They reveuled the finish, imiw ami apace below thu beading lor trie eaclu-ir- e up a drain G.22 ch. to a am-il- l . . assurance or tue of Ingram of Fmeville. flirs sr. .11. Tinder. muiii u.ik nil inn .llitf. siue . ..r professiona that i tn the tale of oar farmer .ab.rrllier.. .nd I. far .lOLk. 7iain .nit .ni.li ilnn., .... -- ..i.i dra i n and rurnur inuu"i n.... Ol 8alll say, of good professionals. Ri-un- t fiT Alessrs Allen Johnnonand T, J. I'rico "ner. inence Alesdames J. II. Kinnaird. Emma 6 farm a. tbe farmer raunot ntfcnl to mlvrr- h .i - ch. to 7 Jr . returned this week to the .Military HiURinbotham. Dohie Drown anil Mis -- .u verier in jL't white oak corner to work was done also by Allan H. Cimp. tllU. No notice Wilt Lie accented nv.r lour K 10.38 c,. t0 a uen. ivuvia u. tiuea. aud Hill lieonlyla vvo L.nes ol tho am inn i college in Staunton. Va. Putsy Kinnaird motored to the citv of chestnut oak on the ridge corner to Rcoao, freeofcl.arire . aniu i.arier! ini.nr... m iif Passing Wilson, Huntington Lvman. I). (' " Lexington Tuesday. "Alias Alarv. Mav Walk-H,if l,.!.,t S"7?.?ilJ .eorner 8 stake, a white oak ElKin, Oliver It. Cunningham and Hob Phone 41 for good fresh buttermilk. (I Lick was the KUest the past week of Aliss Katharvn Parke has returned ai i.io cn. m all L'S ch. to a stake on en a. LAivett. lhe production also Kosicleni't! Phone 33. (Win: Phono 18. Alias Minnie .May Kobiuson. from her home in Glendale, Tenn. the lower side nf " iuuu. .i , inence reilecttd great credit on Edgar AI For Su!e:-Mehog.- - weight about aiong saiu She hits much sympathy in the recent CoHum N roail an ugreed line to said W oolley, t 275 pounds. who staged and directed it Air. and Airs. S. AI. Toil 4,J W3.15ch. to Mrs. Nell Taylor. stake: . .L A death of her sister. ... i 141 tV .l.j.'i fh fat n 'vmi, I.. HI ore hurt;, Indiana, have been the uuests of S mcr me penormancu a dance was H. I. lied in said hrnnch. a prong of Faint Lick held cockerels for sale. in the Hotel Seneca. air. iiuu Airs. O. It. Carpenter. Alra. James Panders presided at a Hochester tf. "r,;,;' corner to David Mc . ,. 1 . Herald. J. H. Mount. V2TIK!T33a most inviting course dinner in honor of ywiiuui, anu in or near or supposed to .1. Airs. Hnrman Itmmv .,r i The Cincinnati Enquirer had tlm fni For Sale;-few Unitize Turkeys. h.y, is spenduiK tome time Willi his her attractive guests .Misses Maud and i'iT,i,,,.".r.lL''n.rSi"11 DlV line; thence S " alu.e '" Southeast lowing to say of this Performance ? Hazel fctone, of Stanford. Airs. Dennis Sr.itt uncle, Air. und .Mis. l.ulher Kaney. " " urancn an original corner in lhe Yale University Dramatic Assn Phone Cd-Hryantsville Ex ehamre. Alls Alarie Ilnllard has returned tn the deed from Hauuli to AlcColluin; Qiaiion presented Oscar Wilde's urs. rorrest l urlia and children of last thencb with line of same S !yj W ;t.5"l Hryant-ivillF. L. Thomtison. of Frenrhernvill.. apent a few days with her the Normal school at Itiehmnml nfi.. ch. to the beginning, and containing ill) play, "An Ideal Husband", at the Em ery Auditorium last niirht befnr.. : says he has llfty good black face hw.. cousin, airs, l.ullier Kaney last week, spending tho holidays with her parent ncies and one fourth. I3!) Acre Mr. anil Mrs. John Ilnllard. Adjoining large nnu distinguished audience. M ,J0.UDAHY: OI3 LANCASTER. , A he will sell cheap. . . ,l i professional performance of this charm .ii. umii .urs. in . i,. i.awtOH were hi Foit Sale Two boundetl a3 tpllowa; Jennett .Mr. anil airs. I. M. Uilsmi havn r IUKinnini: at a ing comedy hlaiifoni to bee their nephew. Air. Lr in this citv cannot lm im in foal. Will trade stake und oak bush in Cupfiol or farm. Perkins who is still in u seriouj condi turned to their home in Howling Green and corner to part soldline to McCoIlum called, wherefore last night's presentu I)v. W. T. Doolin, Alarcellus, Ky. after enjoying the Yule tide season thence with MffVllnm v: to Sam .m u lion was in tho nature tiou. 101 u of a ooveltv IKNNY. I'reaident A. II witli Air. and Airs. J. R. Alount. tO a MtUKH in InLLue ui.l.i ..f ,unu '" inFor Sale-T- wo The epigrammatic wit of the lines, tin ' : Shorthorn heifers in Alia lllanch Heetwood has returned side of 1). ,.r McCoJIum fence, his J. K. STOUMKS. Vice l'rea't. cleverness with which conventional and 10 months old. Also a few S. C. from the Idchmund Normal school and The C. W. Ii. AI. nnxili.irv htli! corner; inence s 7ii K 8.75 ch. to S. C. DF.NNY. Caahier. is Willi her sister, Airs. Theodore their usual monthly meetinir "on Wed SLilKH Illlll IVIiir.t nnL- I'unitci turner . situations are handled and the interns H. I. Hed hens and cockerels. 1'hone . 10 r. J. I ClLI., . It. 'I JMIIKV, Aa't Cadiier. Hrvantsvillu exchiim. i uiry. nesday afternoon at the Christian uim - pari sola to ham Day; thence with which is susiaineu 111 llie four acts of 30-1in,- ui a'liue i jy v y.Sa ch, to the the story make "An Ideal Husband Hampton Sisters. church. A most interestine- nrjernm Iteirinniiif . twl nnti.in;i.i 'i'... a Alias KeLeec.i WiIIihiiis has returned ' inu JiLics u play of very entertaining nnaliil.... wa rendered. to lier liomi-illriatul Tenn. nrt..r .. Chapel. lhe facility of Wilde's workmanship IJeiiitf the aanio land conveyed pleiiaunt visit to Iier father, Mr. John AIesrs Hert Embrv. Harrv Itanev said Alut A, Cummins and Kebecci J ami the snontauietv of Ins ,1 lni,n.. 1...1 YOU lUJSINFSS. WB SOLICIT Air. Dock Simpson has been ill n ilhaina. fuim 'P A i"t 1. Shaw to remark at the Joe West. Holdnson Cook and Znn LlllfimilW liv for time of its Lon-do- n the past Jan. y. liK."i. and recordeil in th. two weeks. Tuesdav In dated s Air. and Airs. Win. Noel i.iit..rii.i..l Itoliinson all returned production that he was "probably J. H. hamuli I). Cochran. Alex It. Denny, J. II. Poany, wmctj oi tne Uarrard County vhtk Mr. Willie May will irn i.. at a courae ilniner in honor of llie re- Military College at Millersburir the only critic who did not think this uun 111 uet'u hook io. pajje Sal, Slonnea. S. C. Denny. J. L. Gill,' Dr. W. M. FUiott. Directors. weeK to enter school. MH itllriiaidi If ... i! . could write a Wilde play at will." t cent bride and uiim. Air. and Airs. spending llie Christmas holidays here, it thiu MoiiHiy tne debt of Joohh McKenzieand Hay Noel. Airs. E. 11. Chandler lhe l ale Club gave a vore inin.l Elder F. AI. Tinder has been holdine-- j .11. i.iinirn ill. .... .t hi nil Mini inr v..vw..,u, ...i.i. ni. Air. and Airs. Mmim-.- . A. 1,1.., ..r afternoon services at the Sycamore per cent interest from .March t, 11)15, formance of the part. Allowc ni'u iiitiui threatened with pneumonia. be made, of course, for the fact that all Miss Alayme Calico of K. k' c kt KlchmoiKl, kpent the latter iiart nf ilm school houe on tho Lexinctmi rnml mini imo. ami ine uelit of the plain 1111. iv. I. Itnwlefgh Aledieal Co.. lor the characters, male and fen1., n. ... at Home helo for llie holidavs. There is unusual inteieat manifested in the Hllni nf !$lil7' !M mitl. week with her n.irenu. Mr. nml u . assumed by young men. Not all of the J. L. Sanfonl. llie meeting ami the new converts will uueiest irom Uct. 1. ltUO. See us for cotton seed meal. until paid. be immersed Surday nt the Christian ami llie sum of ?II.l'- - cosls in the nipersonators of the feminine roles Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. William H.ty, a student of Ilerea I f i. iineifeimriM church. v...... tunii m were Llliugos. Hut. the lllu.iim .,... Aliss Lenna Hollon has accepted College, m very interestinic talk at a estimated cost of this action amount nevertheless, sustained in a very cred position as teacher to Air. T.iltm, k .. ine union church at Pleasant Hill on nig 10 f imi.uu. Dr. ll i'il G. Kinnaird nas.eil itable manner and the eenernl .1.,,., children. Suialay nflernoon. TEHA1S: creditableexuniuation before the State management excellently well arrnnetd. 1 IlH H.I lit Will hi Alisases Willio Mile.. m.,1 .1.1.. n ll.llil.k i.i. n ..... Mrs. Herman Hoover. in...i m.u Medical board at Louisville laat ...l.,v iiiuiL t..t Stage settings in whitu'nm black, a hi Sallie T. Smitli), of CeorKetown, it and was granted u license to practice m montiH and the purchaser will be Urban, proved to he more iiiii.m.. .1..... Hay were guests of Aliss Thelnm . ...... tvomrtMl In tvi(iiru IimiwI ....1HV .Hill, eon iuti ounuay. spuudiui; the holidays with her father. We are glad In announce that lie will ed fecunty for the purchase effective, for tho scheme which carried here and form a parlnershi 111 six moniiu, mm DeRrtni; price, du this Idea out even to tho clothe Airs. Lucy Hill Kldd of Winchester, .,.. Air. James H. Smith on.D.inville St. interest fit 1 with Ins father. Dr. J. II. Kinnaird. ....i -rntt nf iv nor p.iii ..... IIIIIIUIN by the players -- modem enil niiii.u whohasbteii visiting relatives here v.n Miss Virisima C.trter lias returned to irom dale until paid, having the forci- proved to bo very severe and not par has returned to her homo. Mortjan Gentry, Sole Owner & "Grill" ha Jlirend over nor Imni Him ciit'CL ui ii ludunieni. uivnn iv re.ume her studios at ltiVlmmiul v..r. ticularly advantageous for an entire Mr. und Airs John I .Uiul nr,.l Ml., mat, nfter Bpendin; the holidays with uoni center to clrcumrerenee. Airs J. execution may issue, payable to V II veiling & lhe individuil nerfnrmm,...,. Lenna Hollon were guests of Air. and B. P. Anderson, home folks, Air. und Airs. Luther E Kobiuson has been a rull'erer from Urown, Master CommisAionerer of the a r Kaney. this malady the past week, ns has nlso uarraru uircuu court,...and ..... Hen will of the members of the cast dtterv.-.- l Airs. James Land lajt Monday. i ..t.i r...ri'ii iiiuiii fi... ...... the applause given them Tt'lcphom! (157. Aliases Heulah May andThelnm Sinip mi Joan Alount, Mrs T. AI. Wilson, til all the purchase money is paid. Miss Patsy Anderson was the hostess Alias Jennie Duncan and others. It W. II. Hrown. AI. C. C. t auu nnu nave oeeti intending school at . at "A Leap ear Party" on Salunlnv baa South Broadway. leen the most serious enmlemli. C. C. Williams. Att'v for iiltf. i Ilerea .pent the holidays with home-folk- s to evening. The hours for icciMviinrwcro which has here. spread over our town for Capt. A. AI. llourne. Auctioneer. from 8 to Pi luvilinir refi'iuiliiiivniK Mime lime. Wvsley, one of the little sons of .Mr. were served the nuesta. and Airs. Wesley Sim nann lm. lui. IARRARD CIRCUIT A iiuiet Wedding of considerable local COURT. Air. Wuodaoii Carpenter, of Indianu, very sick for the past live weeks. The hih out of (own interest took place who has been visitinc Ids parents in Sarali Denny 'a Adm'r,, Plaintiir, other two of tho trio are well again und but week, when MUs Annell Tnmliiwnn Tobacco District. VS. -- NOTICE. was the jjuest of his Located in Center of. noing nicely. sister, Airs. O. It. C.iipenler. heverul of Lancaster, became the hridj of Mr. Sarah Denny's Heirs, Defendants. Liberty church at Uuckevn ha. Alfred C. llrenl, of this city. Only days last week. Notice la hereby given that W. H. Hev. D. F. Sebastian as Maitor fur ih." In. inb rs of the immediate families of Itrnwn. MuMlwr l,,iniii..l,,... ..t .1. . . ... . POUNDS DAILY. SALES CAPACITY 350,000 w.iti.iiHtuiici ui ine Air. It, I. iturtmi was host ut n aim' the bride and groom were present year 1310. Air. Sebastian is a young ut Garrard Circuit Court, will sit in hia man of ability and talent and gives dinner at hii;h noon Sunday, ut his the wedding. Air. II rent is th nlilmt ollico in Lancaster. Ky., beginning In amounts of - !B some County Tobacco We sold ... I Jumiurilulu promise of a great success In hu JE.i. country home, "AlnplebhaPe " Tho bi.n .v.u. III Charles S. Hrent, Sr., of January. i,, ltllli, toMil., .IIIHIIIUIII receive claims and and up. ling. This is his first call to a church Ituests usaenibled were; Capt. I. M, this city. His bride, u charming and Walkweek iieui iiiii,un against tue es- Dunn. Albert K nir. Waller Ilnnn ..r attractive girl, la the only daughter and Is quite an honor, for I.ll.eriu'l. ...... tHte nt Hriili numiii ,l....o.l 11 iu an ,, ...l ..11 of nv..u.tui Danville, H. L. und W. II. ilurton, of Mr, Robert II. Tomlinson of. if not the largest, rlmr.-li- . t .1.1. have I ........ against & Davis. Try us a load. of Lancaster. persons whonr.. I claims It V. I .. . the nulil aasociation. Tho appointment has been Lancuster, Ur. It, U Pontius, of fk.m.v uuiuieu 10 preAfter a wedding trip South Mr. und pmim ..lulu ui. iicit-uchanged from the fourth Sutllrilui, u...l und J. llo-a- n Uullurd, of Dry. Mrs. Hrent wi'l make their home utSlSI sent them properli proven before me Citizens National Hank. at the said time. Sunday to tho second Saturday und uutsvllle. North Uroadwuy.-Lexing- ton Herald, YY. 11 Urown, M. C. G. C. C. Kentucky. Sunday. At . I THREE VULCAN PLOWS AT $8. EACH; n u.. .. (larp s urui i.ijMion oi tne and I.yTh.Mt Wt An Intiro'ttd In. ftir. raw Hamilton, of Louisville has 5 HOW RELIEF CAME en the guest of Mr. George. C'ix. IN FINE COMEDY Mr, Oicar Morgun of Helen College, Louisville Slcaraboa'nsn fj Describes Re. WVh tXCELLEiNT PERFOMIANfE OF . L I Ihu (pifd.t ..f 1.... i,i. . if ..f C w.inv.ri ill. UIIU1III, mias grille I i nrrntr. coyerjr Via Tanlac. WILDE PLAY AT LYCEUM. b Miss Kallle Uni Myers has taken' rooma wild Mm. C. I). Powell on Itlcli tnoml street. Foil SALE-- A good Aloore. Air-Tig- ht Heater. Airs J. Hoclcwell Smith. . r . ' i, J, MOORES HEATERS At COST John,Deer Wagons, the me I.i.iii ll,,i.i... J. R. Mount, Son & Co. m t i j I WALL PAPER, .... ,. um..u My Stock is Complete and Prices Low. COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF LAND ic R. E. WcRobertS- ROLL. HONOR j 'We Citizens National Bank Surplus $50,000. blr. Capital $50,000. Mn.ri. ' Il.,, j....t. "; ie BaVr.'sy' 0.i uti)ginmu hr cadmcd'c mi hum ! W. 0. BSSNEY. Director and - t Funeral Embaimer. Kentucky. !.. ,i. ..i. Lancaster. '.! THE NATIONAL BANK $50,000. Surplus 430,000. Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent. Gunn's aflr l!,.. Growers Tobacco Manner. '... Warehouse. Secretary ,...' J; Treasurer. 632 638 Lexington, the Kentucky. the TOL F. on Farm Lands $2,500 W. CHAMP, last er Garrard for $41.00 per hundred for with .ancaster, . Page SUPER-AMERIC- e AS The Central Record, Thursday Jan 6 la id. The land of Yesterday FUN AT SHELLING OF 0E0EA0ATCH kml business is Increased demand boominq I THE HOPE OF THE NEW YEAR CAN CROSS OCEAN Aeroplane Man Says New Ma Amlil green mcniliv.s nr.tled down, ir I could nnl llt'il tl-' Hack to thu LjikI of nl I noult nfk the country town, touthweetern Virginia and Eastern Kentucky Operators Busy. Whltesle-- B, Ky (8perlnl) rrnm for coal owing to CARDS.J Or. J. S. GILBERT. OFFICE CKNTKAI. RKCOKI) HUILDING. Ollice Phone fa IIrsldenc! Phone 41 LANCASTKIt. KY. firr.) chines Can Accomplish Foa?. i f n.tde. I!uh up Ihe nutft hm1 unit then, In pride. Juil where In r r.w Find her nmo'U lh Ilowris iitf.ihi How I would ttinirt Aiul thrn I'll Flip up Hit nil)- unit nnlt I mil she saw mu nt the Kirn, ARE USED BY THE DRITISEI. : reid tlniu;li a blur nf ,n'hjra" " and that submarine The Hying Isini Is, In her It's an III Wind. way, three (lines as efficient ns n cruisKartbquako restored diamond ring er, yet Instead of costing fi.nno.uon It lost months ago at Dixon, Cat. It had costs $23,000. nnd a rrew of two or beta behind picture, and quake shook Mout. Ihrco men Is plenty " Is useless. Young Farmer Trying To Kill Hawk The lndou Times publishes letters American built aeroplanes of the HyHits His Spouse. ing lo:i t tyK which, in I lie opinion of Gets First Hand Information as to Hon from n Ilrlltsh iiavul olllccr engaged In Howling (irecn, Ky (Special); A tho bombardment of Dcdcugatch. 011 expert, could citlly chm the Atlantic telegram was rccevld by Dr. Morton Men Fare In Trenches. the Bulgarian coast. He sajs: In a slnslo illghi. nil- - Mug used by "About 1:15 we loosed off lit the big M. Moss, manager nf St. Joseph's HosGreat llrltnhi for the prelection of Its barracks to the west of Iledeagitcli pital In this city, from Harrison Webb, General Joseph Joffre. I'reticli comwar mid merchant ships So iitnuilng and somewhat anxiously awaited the a young farmer In tho vicinity of Cumly lime Yankees developed aviation to mander In chief, sometimes lays aside reply. The Intelligence reHrt had giv- berland City, Tenn., stating that hn his uniform nnd goes Incognito nmoiig Meet the demands of the L'uropean en us reason to believe that there had accidentally shot his wife while tryIlls soldiers In the clothes of u cltlzeii OJ.oiX) men mid 3.V) guns or ing to kill a hawk nnd was en route roulllct Hint the transatlantic lllsht, re Joffre wishes first hand Information as would lie ga tiled ns n rlky experiment when to how the greater part of them against us to Howling Green to have an operation his men are faring. An Inhabi Sho died at Allensvllle projeeleil hy Lieutenant .luhn Cyril tant uf Itlvesnltcs. JoITre's birthplace Our first shot brought them tearing out performed. Porto last year, could now. It U paid, down on the punish bonier, vouch", of the liarrncks, uud we eased up 11 bit nnd the body was taken from the train nnd let them get clear. nt rtussellvllle, where It was prepared he accomplished nltli comparative cuso. for tho trill li of the story hi son tells "Then we banged and Imttered nway for burial and was sent to Cumberland When Rodman vViiiiumnker ordered In u letter Just received. at about 2.S0O ji.nls. making enormous nu utcrxen lller for l.leiitenant Porte's fresh from the trenches, the soldier holes and smashing great ureas of the City. ndventnre nnd the I'tirllss I'linipany re- said, ho mid his two friends wore off walls, t'nless socio one was killed Insponded with the Hying Ixiat America duty back uf the lines. Kclullvc had side the bullJluv; I think that we did STANLEY ELECTED GOVERNOR It was hailed 11.4 ihe Inst word in heav- sent tliem 20X1 snails, nud these they not hurt any one We were only out Wins Gubernatorial Race In Kentucky ier than ii Ir cimsiructloii lit t as lias preparcd with Spanish pepjiers ami for destruction and damage, not sljugh-ter- . by 366 Votes. so often I'een proved there Is no lat other strong spices. As they begun to ns the thrifty ISuigar hales his Ixiulsvllle Ky.. (Special): With re being knocked alsiut. but word In aviation The America has eat u motorcar drew up and stopped. property Thrre or lour men In civilian attire got cares very little If his neighbor or even turns from nil counties totalled. A. O. lieen succeeded by the super-AmericStanley Is elected governor by 3GC 11 third lamer than Its predecessor, with out. One of these came over to the himself Is laid out. 12U more horsepower In Us engine, with mall eaters. "After n bit we went for the harbor.1 Contests by llepubllcans In two coun "What are jou doing there?" the very tricky work, us the bulk of the ties Involved HOT votes, by losing, Improvements In the way nf fuel ccon omy, stability and general safety that stronger asked. caliUcs isalllng vesselsi which we had which the Democrats have won by "L'utliig snails, us you can see for orders to shoot nt were Just beyond the fifty-nin- e vote. make the original Amerlen seem 11 yourself." one of the soldiers replied In low outer breakwater, and the least ( cockle shell In comparison. According to Henry Woodhnnse. n the offhand way soldiers have with alteration In the elevation of the gun Magistrates' Cases Continued. governor of the Aero riuli nf America, "clvlls." adding. "If you like you might made 11 big difference. Ilarbounllle. Ky.. (Special): The j the Curtlss fnctorles In llulTalu lire taste them." "I'ortunately the isipulutlnn had all cases against seven members of the "I won't say 110 to that." exclaimed turning out twelve of these amphlhlous gone away, and the troops staged be- Knox fiscal court and the Knox dreailnuiights every day nnd the Cu- the mysterious visitor. He nlso "gar- hind up In the hills. When we realized county Judge at the September term rtis Canadian factory In Toronto Ave. gled" wine In 11 way to make Jealous that there was no one hurt It Just lie- - of court hae been continued nt the Vlitually all these machines ure being the purest of the Catalans. came a bonfire of Trafalgar day flre- - Instance of the defendants were Issued shipped to L'nglund. most of them I11 "Ah!" he exclaimed. "Where did you works. It being the one hundred and as n result of alleged Irregularities In parts, to lie on the other Jtet It?" tenth anniversary We set all manner the handling of road funds aggregataide. "Prom u little place you never heard of things 011 fire. The only things that ing KOO.OO obtained frdru a bond of," he was told. "From Hlvcsaltos." Factories Kept Busy, us utterly were We ' "Prom Rlvcsnltc!" the stringer ex- defied a vast mountain haystacks.many Issue. Great Ilrltaln bought the original burned of coal, - from "Do you couuitlveAmerica nnd used it during tlie Drst claimed. railway vans nud truck, ships nud two Find Children's Bodies. six months of the war for hunting and snltcs? I do. What's your name?" oil stores, but the best blazes were the Islington Ky., (Special)- - The Thu RIvcsaltlan told. destroying German submarines. In warehouses behind the calijue harbor charred bodies of the thruu small chll "Your father lltes in the third house June last twenty more of the same type were ordered, and these were from the end of the main road entering nnd nn Immense factory stuffed with dren of M. D. Tiller were found In shipped from New Y01I; In .Inly. It the village from the south, doesn't he!" highly Inflammable goods. This wns tho ruins of a barn on tho farm of wa "He does. sir. Hut how did you six stories nud ten windows sijuarenud their father In Boyd county, according apparently In Seplemlier that Glenn Curtlss marketed his Hrst super-Americ- a know?" The young soldier was greatly had two annexes, each of four stories. to a report reaching here, it Is the supposition of officials that the children Aided by Roaring Wind. from his fnctorles in the Unit- surprised. The stranger chuckled. "With n roaring wind to help us and accidentally set tiro to some hay in "Tho first time you write home." he ed States and Canada. He has tried to guard the details of this work, but It is said. "Just tell your mother nnd father no fire brigade to sihiII the fun. it was tho barn while plajlng with matches. said that his force In the Iluffnlo facto-rlc- i that General Joffre sends them tils re- a most gorgeous Dare-uand the Farm Residence Burnt. Dames cost shadows six sea miles alone has been Increased from fifty gards." e CarlUle, Ky.. (Special): The to 2.200 employees since the war began. The three soldiers sprang to their away. "I believe." .Mr. YVoodhouse said, feet and came to a rigid salute. of Charles Shannon, on his farm "Nearly twelve kilometers of tracis "that there would be no trouble at nil and v&ns burned merrily, the fire Jump- In the Cane Run section of Nicholas In crossing the Atlantic with the super-Americing along from one to another, and county, was destroyed by fire with HEART GIVES NO PAIN. Generally speaking, it is one-thir- d even eating uwuy to windward. The practically all of the household furnilarger than the first America. storehouses burned well, section ufter ture. The fire Is supposed to have The latter tlylng lioat had two motors Wounded Man Watchea Surgeona Re section catching. They had great glass originated from a spark from tho move Bullet From Organ. of a hundred horsepower each. The skylights, which were by the chimney catching In tho dry roof. The removal of a bullet from one of shells and ventilated shattered new one has two motors of 100 horsethe fire nicely. power each. Tor a long voyage It could the chambers of the heart under the In"The hnrlsir muster's office mut have Adda Ice Plant. also be supplied with nn auxiliary mo- fluence of only 11 local nniiesthetle nn 1 had something dry inside, as It burned Carlisle, Ky. (Special): The Car-Ilttor operating a water propeller, so that with the patient watching the operasplendidly. Electric Light and Power comIf anything happened to the regular tion is describes! by tin nrmy surgeon "The great thing about It was that pany has closed a contract with a propellers the machine could descend I in the British Medical Journal. nobody tried to put out the tires, and Louisville firm to Install a twenty-to"The operation was performed under nud make good time through the ocean. one got smoky 11 shell brightened Ice plant la Carlisle. Tho capital local anaesthetic, writes the sur-- 1 if Can Carry Fiva Passengers. geon, "cuenlne with ndrenaltn being things up a bit uud Improved the ven-- l stock of the light and power company "The i.ew tljlus boat can carry a load used. The heart w as exposed. Xo wound tHation, so I don't supK.e I shall ever has been Increased from $15,000 to I see finer blazes than Iedeagutch. of 3,000 pouuds. Including four or Ore could be seen, but on 130,000. examination by passengers, and can travel ns fust ns "The sparks surgeon s me nuuer was icil Ores going to 10.11 the big factor- set iue 11lncty.il ve miles an hour. leeward, and these develThere are lot the back of the heart, cither In the Murder Indictments Returned. jaiihs ior nuont .v.m pounds of gaso- - muscle or in the cliumber of the right oped well. The co.il Heap tire unfortuCovington, Ky., (Special): Indictline nnd oil. Although the horsepower ventricle. It win noticed that manlpu-- 1 nately could not nprvad to anything. ments charntng willful murder were has been luciciisod by 120. the whole latlon of the heart caused the patient but it burned mid glowed In the wind. llie wind wus irong from the returned nganlst Leonard I'rather, 'of consumption or fuel l less than that no pain or discomfort of any kind. ' northeast, so the residential part of the Cincinnati, and Illchard Doncghy. of of the old America I should say the though the organ missed Ky., Iv a social grand machine could easily travel from New- - n beat, and this In spite of 'the fact town was hi little danger from the lury. The accused arc charged will: foundlaiid to the Azores and have that tho anaesthetic had been injected fires, nnd we did not slnt at the govthree or four hours' fuel left In re- - uly Into thu skin mi l muscle of the ernment house or iwslollkc. us they J the murder of I '.mer Matthews, a rail. among the private houses. road detective. serve when It got there. chest wall. The patient, of course, was were "We stayed on until ufter dark, en- "It Is equipped with in Improved conscious throughout. Joying the blaze. the Four Children Perish In Fire. Sperry drift detector, whereby the pilot t "Tn-- ' millet was grasped uud wns big warehouses The tlaines from I'.Ml' i:r.:.it hale shot up (Special) firnfton W. Va. Thr felt to be inside the chamber. can tell whether or not he's on his feet or more from the roof, uud the tire bodies of four children of C K. Hunt, course nnd can n!o calculate bis So nn Incision ln!f un lucli long wns looked solid from Ihe uiminer, wore recovered from the made in tho heart wall, and the bullet ward, streamers fifty or kiseinent long . rjieisj. sixty fs-- t ruins of their home, which was "It l well to remember that this was removed by forceps." rushing upward from each of the sixty by fire. Their parents ami I country dcvclnpcd the first aeroplane, windows 011 the rmut mid from the the first hydroaeroplane nni the first BRITISH IN STEEL HELMETS. two iiunexes and windows at tho west ' wo other children were absent at lllorra, a r.miill town near which thev tlylug lioat. nail tint nil of the InvenI side. 1 ved, twenty miles from here. tiveness shown b. America could be "Pudding Di:h" Headpieces Make Sol- "The oil store hume I during the) turned to neeoiiiu for America In case afternoon, making 11 glow and some diera Look Liko Crusaders. Secretly Married. of need here. Other countries that nre On borne parts of the Flanders battle flame, but mostly very black, gieasy. Winchester. Ky., (SnecialC News' now fighting hae de eloped large nnd front the British army nuthoiitlcs have looking smoke, which rose l.."!.'li feel capable land uitichli.es. but only Kng begun serving out to the men ill the nnd clung together for about two became known here of the marriage land has the Aiuerl.an Isial. the use of firing trenches sti-c- l helmets similar to miles. Unfortunately It was in .1 taut; of Miss Charlotte Sarbach, of Winwhleli as 11 weapon uguliiM submarine, those Introduced by the French. The on the ground, so could not spread I chester, to Mr. Clay i'ark, of Richneeds ll'tle comment British helmet I HTfeclly plain and much. But one laiuvii van had oil or ninnd, tho ceremony having been pc In formed Covlnfcton. They will "The old Amerlin Ins had 11 grnt not decorated like the French, which tar In It. nud the stutr nn out all bin cateer shue she left our shores. Tor has 11 grcnide west nud 11 rigid crown. ing. 11 fine sight. S e e trees got shr'v I make their home In I.exlniflnii. The British helmet e.iactly resembles eled by the blare but most or them the first six months sin- - was used In Train Kills Boy, hunting submarines, nnd It Is known a pudding basin It Is lined with soft were In the re : 'I'.'ntl.d part or the I l'-'Whltc-shur!;. Is safe Ky., (Special)- - Jane' We did that she Mink at leat llirei. Then hhe leather and. vfhl'o lllit. It Is very town, which. not lire nt It. nud the wind did not Scott, fifteen years of age. of Shady delightwent on Inspection dutj. carrying ob- warm. The men ure said to be Tenn., was killed by 11 Louisville & servers and ''niuiuaudors from point to ed with the new equipment because of threaten It," NaFhvllle frelpht train at a point nenr point In utmost absolute safety Now the added sense of security against J Cndet, a hnmlet cast of hero In Wise she Is being used In the training of splinters, bullets uud Iwuib fragments. "SAVE FIG::t:R3 FIRST!" One report says that In n small section county, Virginia, aviators, of the trenches thirty men were saved British Women Refute French Chival Faster Than Submarine. from serious head wounds during the Quail Plentiful, ry When Ship Is Torpedoed. "The 11 lug Isiat trawls six times first four days of the experiment, The ntnsznw. Ky.. (Sneclall: Ouall In corre-studen- t faster than n submarine und throe helmet lends 11 bizarre nlr to tho I The Loudm 'b r. l'ot Barren county am said to bo more times faster than 11 battle cruiser troops, who wear It over the Ualaklava sends 11 sb.ry told by the cap plentiful this srascn than for several Submarines nud warships luivc to wool helmet, giving them the apiear-mic- e tain of 11 French 1 miser which lllus years. Rabbits are hero in large numcarry their own bae of supplies, us It triites tho tuilHiitaut pint being played bers and so are possums, but there are of crusaders. were. Thu acroplaiio darts back to Its by many of the noble women In the coons. war. The captain was Instrumental In few base uud out mer the water again. Bablos ts Admit Cards. From 11 cruiser's deck Ihe observer Is Baby only ticket of admission to saving 11 number of lives of puseugers To Hoid Game Protection Meeting. lucky If he descries the periscope of u "rnco suicide" service in Mwitclalr (N. rrlieu u British tr.iusirt was torpe-docWlnchiwter Ky.. (Specl'il): A meet some time ago In the Aegean submarine. The aeroplane observer, J.l church, aiul 1,000 women wero thero Ing of all those Interested In tho pro looking down, iniike out n submawith the price, in somo Instances a ea. on board of v. ':!ch were thlrty-slnursing sisters, of nhori ten were tcctlon nnd Inert aso of game In Clark rine even if It 1 sixty feet under wa- borrowed baby. county has been urranved for. drowned. below ter, depth 11 of the Atr Craft Guilt Alenj Ll-- ss America, In Whl;h Porto In'.cnc'cd to Attempt Transatlantic night Cefcre Outbreak of tho War Factories Here JOFFRE VISITS HIS TROOPS Kapt Duty. AS AN ORDINARY CITIZEN. This time, thin Ilmr. I ivouM nm wait for that hrtf f wire that salil "Too lie" wily If I cnulj ulilv thiil I Into the Land rf Yrtiril.iy -- Don Mnniuls, I'roni "Dnanw of tluit ' lbs furnishing nf war material nnd Jlher Industries throughout the counNaval Man Soy Thsro Hover try the business continues In make rapid Incrr xses In the Virginia field of Wise an'' Ix-- counties, enst of hero Was Such a Ffro Oofore, although fore laborers nre needed In the plants throughout that section. The opening up of the newly comONLY SOUGHT DESTRUCTION pleted Cllnchlleld, Carolina & Ohio throucb the "llrenks" of the lllg Sandy and the establishment of docks nt Charleston, H. (' hnvo brought an ImBritish Officer Says That They Did Not petus to the business In wcatnu VirTry to Slaughter Any One Every ginia. Time One of tAo Firos Got Dim Another Shell Was Hurled Into the Building Wind Gave Big Aid. ACCIDENTALLY SHOOTS WIFE H. W, Morrow, Grmtimtc lllxart Klllrd. HalUfurllnn (lurntr.1 0;ffrn Honaker Fine Cut Flowers. John M. McRoberts. WHAT OF THE NEW YEAR? As dunning bells send their glad message of tho birth of a Happy, Now Year out upon tho cold crisp air. It Is always well to tako stock of one's self, The Kentucky farmer has many things for which he may bo duly thankful us thu Old Year dies. Bountiful crops and soaring farm land values make his life very much worth while Ills automobile skimming over the many new hard roads built In 191S make rurnl life easier nnd more pleasant than In thu past. I'honogrnphs and tele; hones In increasing numbers make the rural home a happier and n better place in which to live and to rear a family. All of theso good things are making the farmer, his wife and his children nh! Has the farmer forgotten his children? Tho holidays will soon be over; then theso children must go H. J. PATRICK, DentiMt. Kentucky bark to the little rural school This school Is about the only thing with which the farmer ami his family cotnn In contact, that la not a part of this present century. It Is the one thins; for which neither he nor his family can gle thanks this Happy New Year. Kvery farmer should risillze ns tho New Year Is ushered In with the sound of bells on the fresh night air, that soaring land values, bumper crops nnd snug bank accounts do not make community, a great State or n Strong Nation. If n small percentage of Ihn bountiful crops, the snug bank ac counts and the soaring land values were carefnlly invested In real schools for real children, then the farmer might feel safe for the future. All things nre pomtble in n well educated community What is )otir srhoolhoutn like ns l'.UC is on tho threshold of Kentucky? Faint Lick, John Jl. Cascv, (niiliuitr t'iiiciuiiiiti College-- . l. V. H. Veterinary Surgeon. Vetcrinnry Ollice at W. B. liurtcn's Sale Stable. Night Phone 211. J. A. Beazlev FUNERAL DIRECTOR Office Over National Bank. Residence Phone .1. Otllre Phone 'SI LANCASTKIt. KY. WE SHOULDN'T WORRY A MINUTE For All Kinds of ROUGH G. C. COX. Phon LUMBER. see Manse.Ky M. "l wish my foresight waa as good as my hindsight." exclaimed the farmer as be pushed his pass book through the grating to the banker. "Hog market bothering you?" asked the banker, sympathetically. "No, It's the children this time." "Nono of them aick, 1 bopa? continued tho banker. "No, but they havo all grown up faster than I calculated they would. Hero's Mary, that was a baby only the other day, seems to me, and now sho's through all the (trades and ready for High School. Say, why under the sun haven't we got a High School In this neighborhood "Oh, I don't know. Doctors Of Dmlil Swjer,. Slut me, HnlldlniaTfi Halt A iudr ion'a Hrntiitt Slot, thLt simply means that I've got to pull up stakes and move Into town some LANCASTKR. KKN7UCKY. where when I'm Just In my prime and the farm paying better than ever before. I don't know a blessed thine I can do In Iowa, so I'll have to loaf and potter around and worry a lot because I'll know thu farm won't be kept up like I've kept It." "But why do you say that Jou hato Ollice at Rainy s Ijvery Stable. got tu koV asked the banker Office. I Denny and W. A. Wheeler "?tr. D. Dr. Wm. Pryor, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. ( r Seems to mo tni When the French Units came on the scene Ihe nurses out with one Wind, M'liiitlti'T i r-- i ll'str Such iiu Hie (lag surelv Instance of devrt: deserves to llrt-- U. l!!ltls!i history, Is Dying of Pellaqra. Whltcfliurg Ky., (Special): John I. Adams, jears old, a farmer of Colly C'renk, four mllus frum hero, Is slowly dying from pellugra. fifty-five BOURBON nOG CHOLERA REMEDY mmm It drslrovt difceaw term. rrfuUlei the bowtli. aidi dirtitlon ami cauftei bo;! to fatten quickly, I'm it in the feed and drink and tour noga win neier iut cnoiera. loiii niy sc. a month ior each hog, IkMi't naft until they t tick. Kegm giving your tioga thtt medieint now and keep them free from worms and dtteate. At All BOUftBOM KEHKDY COMPANY, Uiladloa, Ky, CHOLERA, WORMS. COUGH, THUMPS. rrcrtnts tod Curti Druiti. Sold in Lancaster, Ky., by J. R. Mount. Son & Co. The year is closed, the record mnde, The laUileed done, the last word said; The memory alone remains Of ull Its joys. Its griefs, its gains; Memory and tho character wrought. Out of experiences the year has brought; In all, the hand of God we see Guiding in love, unerringly And so with faith grown strong and clear We turn to greet the glad New Year. CASTOR Jot Tli glcnatur. of I A there's tots of reasons. First and fore, most, we haven't ever had one, and, In the second place, taxes ,iri! just about as high as folks will stand for. Anyhow, you're doing pretty well, nnd Grinders. so am 1, so what's tho use of worrying about It?" "Confound you and tho way you look at the wholo proposition," exclalineil thn farmer as ho brought his fist down on thn counter. "You say It will raise the taxes. I know that Just ns well as you or anybody else, I reckon. I know, j too, that I myself havo made that same . old, lame excuso for not having better schools You say I'm making money on fay farm, and you'ro making money here in the bank, so we shouldn't "Hold on a minute, Mr. Banker, hold worry a bit. Man nllvo, tho trouble with both of us and a lot of other folks nn, There ain't any other side to this Is, that wo'vo let tho dollar In our eyo question; thero nuver waa uud never Is THE projxrr thing get so big tliut wo can't sec around It will bo any other sldo to It. I want to uud we're tell you that I've been running this at all. Wc'ro for a lady or gentleIn my mind n whole lot in willing to farm and to bank uud 111.1K0 thing over man to present nowa" tho past few weeks and there ain't any money and let things kinder drift days, when making "Say, look hore," exclaimed tho other shin to tho question. Tho wholo banker, "you'ro doing a wholo lot of thing Is us plain ns tho noso on your call. talking, but you haven't given mu any face. Hero it is. Tho child has a Come and sec what idea of what started this big mind nud It Is tho ouly thing that'll real savo it from being a nobody and a a beautiful line of spasm of yours." "I'll tell you how It started, It start- failure In llfo. So when tho child says samples we have and ed with tho kids at homo getting big It wants that mind trained neither )uu get our prices (or 50 nor anybody clso has got any and demanding things for themselves. nor or mote. had any idea right to get In tho child's way." It all happened beforo "I'erhaps there is something In what that they were nnywhero near old you say. It might" enough to do much thinking fur them"Perhaps, nothing," exclaimed thn selves. Let me tell you, kids ain't halt CENTRL RECORD the fools grown folk, think they aro. farmer, "You and I and every other you awhllo ago, Mary's fin- man down In this part of tho country As I told ished at the little country school at tho havo hurt and crippled enough tlno cross roads and she says sho'B going to children who Blmply couldn't get nway High School. Of course, It wouldn't so they could bo really educated, Bebe a hard matter for us to send Mary sides wo havo run lots und lots of tho off to school, but by tho tlmo sho'll be best nf them nway and they didn't aver ready to graduate from High School, como back, cither. Mine uro going both of thn other children would bo nway, and I don't know whether they away frum home, too, getting an edu- will over como back, and I can't blamo them onn bit. Perhaps, you say, per cation. "Of course, neither my wlfo nor I haps, my goodness, man, hero wo nro living In an ago whon an education is want to be loft on tho farm by ourselves. To tell you tho honest truth, everything and wo kill all chances in my wlfo Is going to go with tho kids llfo for our children beforo they really when they go, and you can bet your get started In life. Perhaps, why wu bottom dollar I'm not going to try to ain't as good as painted savages, Everything for Orchard, lawn and thoy don't know any better." bold down tho farta by myself, All of Garden. "Because." answered the fanner Lnncnster, Kenttick) slowly and thoughtfully, "be-au- e I believe way down deep in my heart that every child In this country that wants thu advantages of a good education Is entitled to It, if It la isisslblo to give It to him, i wouldn't do anything PAPEC CUTTERS on top of this earth to hinder any of my children from getting all the eduMonitor nnd AsMK-intci- l cation they want. "What's bothering mo now is that Gasoline Engines. every mother son of us has been mighty short sighted, to say the least. Lime Why haven't I. why haven't you had Wheeling gumption enough to seo this thing comAll sold on esiy terma. ing toward us all tho tlmo? I've been busy farming and you've been busy W. P. KINCAID, DIST. AGT watching your money grow as It goes out uer tho counter and comes luck Pnrneiw. STAN FOR I). KY again. I'm a successful farmer and everybody knows you nro a dandy' banker, but I'm mighty sure and cur tain that we ain't Just what wo nugnt to bo as parents. "But you forget there's another sldo INDIANA SILO A Neatly to" Engraved Visiting Card 1 1 TREES Fruit and Shade Trees Shrubs, Grape Vines, Rhubarb, Asparagus, Roses, Phlox, Peonies No Afits Infants and Children, Kind You Have Always Bought The Central Record $ 1 .00 Per Year in Advance. Write for free Cntalojjue. H.F.Hillenmeyer & Sons. Lexington, Kentucky. .1915 The Central Record, Thursday Jan d 1916. 1 Page 7 TO LANCASTER! TOBACCO W'R'HSE Stanford Street. C. A. Speifcta & Company, Managers. We pay Highest Market Price and unload same day. . No commission charged. Phone 308. Also Branch House at PAINT FLATWOOI) CARRY STOMACH JOY LICK, 'i 11 imp m KY. ! - LEXINITON TOMCGO WAREH'S'E CO, Incorjorntetl, JAMES C. STONE, President. JOHN L. BUCKLEY, Vice President. THOMAS H. SLATER, SALES HOUSES. GKNTRAl PLANTERS LEXINGTON NO. I.. LEXINGTON NO. I). W. Secretary and Treasurer. rimiie Till. Photic 170-1. Scott. Manner. K ..I. Leslie night. Mnnngtir. Jolin L. Hitckluy Hint Phone :w:i2. Plione 710. Geo. M. Hallnnl. Managers jJimhI Sales on our uinrket opened after the holiilnys very mtiolt Mronger on color.v Mtiolier anil red tillurv tohaceos. Tlie advance on these heinjj from 52.00 to fllOO per hundred, while common tobaccos continued very strong at the closing prices. The Lexinttton market hns sold to date I.US 1,1)20 pounds nt an average of 510.27. This is 52.01 per hundred ahove the general average of last year lleyoad a douht this makes the Lexington market the hilii'M and largest. Hurley market in the world. Owint! to weather conditions the stripping season is much later than it has ever been since the lA!iti!ton market was established and the hiiMmlk of the crop is cl to he marketed. No douht the receipts from now on will he very heavy hut THE LEXING'ION TOBACCO WAREHOUSE COMPANY hy having FOUR SALES HOUSES will he able to handle yo:.r tobacco with very little delay-Nmatter how bijj the rush may be. we will have a sale in one or more liouser EVERY DAY We have competent and experienced tobacco men to look after the sale of your tobacco and tct you the highest market value Hy calling them over any of the .above phone numbers you can hint out just when you can unload and what day you will iet a sale Our Motto Is Prompt and Efficient Service. LEXINGTON TOBACCO VAREHOUSE COMPANY. Incorporated, YouVe Kit the right tobacco ki some when you fire-u- p Prince Albert in your old jimmy pipo or in a makin's cigarette. And you know it 1 Can't get in wrong with P. A. for it is made right; made to spread-smoke-sunshi- mfsfi: SPSS zimMT wp5Wiav ne among men who hav3 suffered with scorched tongues and parched The patented throats process fixes that and cute oat bite and parch. All day long you'll sing how glad you are you're pals with 1 to chang th khan color of unulAblr brantu to imitate ltt 1'rinca d tin, but Albeit lid it if impoaai6 to imi tat lh fUtorof t'rmc Albert tobaccol Th It's an easy job rattaJprouprotcU thttl frtiNGE Albert the national joy smoke You tnko this testimony straight from the shoulder, men. You can smoke u barrel of P. A. without a kick! It hands out all tho tobacco happiness any man ever dreamed about, it's so smooth and friendly. It's a mighty cheerwith your pipe and your ful thing to bo on talking-term- s tongue at the same time but that's what's coming to. you sure as you pin your faith to Prince Albert 1 you'll find I'tint Albert awaiting your chw(ul vtai'f Ituy it in loppy td bug, 5c tidy fd tin$, iOct ham J to mm d pound and burnt fn that cuaay Jora an humidor pound crytal'gt with. pong0mo$Umr fo lAui Apa (A tubaeca m fit I VryiAr tobacco h oU R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO., Wiruton-Salcm- , N. C 1 w. trnttn ttn.lm r f yitrnm & Kev. C. M. Hutchins visited at V. .,. sigirlscanbe IN Till K WW rill KK for as well as t II. Purr's last weak. thev are in other states our representaWin. I.awson cold it lot of shoats to R. E. McRoberts Has Such Faith in this, tive will give it hearty support. Center Pros fur $j.'2."i 11 hundred. Dyspepsia Remedy that they GuarGirls At Greendale. The lleech Grove Church called ll-- v. A. The Womans Club will meet tomorC Iliiird to scrveni patnr fortius year. antees It. Mrs. Harry Ilishop, an advocate of row (Friday) in the Womans Club Mr. Meador has moved to the S. I., promptly nt half past two. Mrs. . .... .u.. the supplantation of the existing school room: r r .1... j Hnird farm latelv purchased by Mr. ' " .name Duncan leans me siuuy nour, Dmwwia 111 ' 0f ri.f()rm for cirU at Gret.n(1;1e uy I Peters sale of medicine has been achieved by separate Institution for delinquent girls and we hope all members will be the standard dyspepsia remedy, situated "not less than five miles from present. Cremo Dairy Feed will make jour e y cow give mure milk. Hudson, Hughes ind its sa is increasing so ,rapid that lno school for boys, contributes to the , It. h. McKoberts, tho popu ar druggist and Karnau. . . Kentucky Woman s Journal an article , , BUCKEYE . , , , . ..-- o .. ,v ....... ,L .(... I. . .l.miMllllM Mll't f. Itev. A. (. Ilaird will fill his regular it Is very jiopular with bankers, minwith when an elfort is made to extend Miss Until Hay of III., is with her nppointment at Good Hope next Satur- isters, lawyers and others whose busi- n helping hand toyouthfu unfortunates day and Sunday. patents, Mr. and Mrs. Michel Hay. ness or profession keeps them closely in Kentucky. Itev. A. C. Ilaird has returned from confined, while thoe who have brought Mr. Earl Carter, of Iierea college, The Ureendale school gives the boys Mississippi delighted with the country, on indigestion through irregular eating, manucl training which fits them for who is visiting his parents, is very sick. worry, or other causes, have found re- trades, and especially the climate. recreation which Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Calico lief in this reliable remedy. fits them, physically and otherwise, for tained n number of friends last Mr. and Mrs. G. W. E'am. I'rof. comes in tablet form and is ifivneliin l,n .11c . Ka Ilenjamin Sipple and Mr. and Mrs. W. sold rn n me.al box -- specially designed .1I ...iti.iio.iiii, rri, Kills nic ixiriit uiiuci day, . ag jn8Ure ock muat ,)e II. Furr visited at Itev. A. C. Haird's for Miss Fannie Mae Miles was with her convenience in carrying the medi- separation of the sexes, and "there is parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Miles last Sunday. cine in the pocket or purse. It is pleasno possibilitv of that freedom without ,...,i. Squire J. V Coldiron has moved ant to take, gives quick relief and which wo may not hope to develop the Minnie Pearl Hrown spent a from W. H. Furr's lower farm to his should help any case, no matter of how sense of honor and responsibility which ' tew dass last week wrth Miss Bessie upper farm, and Eli Cox will move to long a standing. This remedy has been is the rtr.t i I Lay ton. so uniformly successful that H. E. the home vacated liy Mr. Coldiron. izenship." will in future sell "The Kentucky law. as enacted by j Misses Elsie, Dorothy Whitaker and under u positive guarantee to refund the Legislature of ISUS, provides for I Sylvia Grimes spent last with Miss the money if it should not prove en- 'two institutions, one for boys and one Barbara Gulley COY for girls.' We have atGreendale a boys' , tirely sotisfactory. Mr. and Mrs. . M. Smith and instituiion-t- he two hundred acres of, The river has been on a boom fo- - the ground and the industrial equipment family spent Tuesday with Mr. and I past three weeks. are for their use, with the exception of Airs. W. II. Gulley. MT. HEBRON the locked cottage, wheie forty-on- e Sanders Pros sold some fat slioats to j 1,189 Ila 11,11 entertained a number of hopeless white girls serve their sen-- 1 different parties for 7c per lb. Prof. 1! l- - Evans is with bis niece tences. her young friends at a well appointed "The Juvenile Court Judges will not pinner last Sunday. Long and Ilurton sold n bunch of Mrs. W. It. Montgomery at Lock 8. niivi-icii- i m uiiiiii luiiuitr iiia ill I about to unknown parties for 5c. The Misses I'ervis gave a party at vuiiiiiii.Iif ilrS. 1. O. Hill and daughter, WUa VV. nriunn fn.lnv tl.nt There will be preaching at Scotts their home at Lock S Thursday night. ruction does not correct. a. "avo ueen very sick, uut is mucii We believe Fork, Sunday by Hev. Cloyd of unproved at this writing. Mr. II. It. Montgomery sold his to- that education trains and redeems." A separate school "with a sufficient. bacco crop to Lancaster parties nt 13c. Misses Margaret, Naoma Cormisli . Mrs. Mary Sanders visited hcrduugh-te- r Mr. E. C. Montgomery sold recently acreage for outdoor life, with posnbi J and Ona Kurtz spent last week with ', Hies for outside active employment for Mrs. Sam Johnson at Lancaster a mule colt tor $30 and a horse, price friends and relatives at this place. such girls as require that physical out-- J Monday. $U3. Our self riiite Hour is ImI" la rniinmm..n.L,l for lit n.l i..nl....t..tli. Several eoplo huve been delivering Holman Lee, the little ton of Mr. .it'l stunt use. It will save time. niiniiiion nf th their tobacco the past week. and Mrs. I). C. Montgomery is very School", in Prices I Hudson. Hughes & Furnau. favor of "Train.mr School" very good. ill with pneumonia. pius a system ot encouragement audi Mr. and Mrs. It. Ray, Mr. and Mrs. Sunders Ilros bought of Irvine Clouse Cremo Daily Feed will make your trust as a fupplanter of locks and bars, j, M Amona entertained a number of one cow fcr fU7 also a calf from Phil cow give more milk. Comparisons are made between the livnila unii relatives last Wednesday, . 'McMillan for Sit. Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. treatment of unfortunate girls in Ken- Miss Mayme Calico has returned to tucky and in several other States. Vo- -, Mr. and Mrs. Kiy N'oel of Huckeje, Mr. and Mrs. Marion Montgomery were visitors of her bister Mrs. Porter entertaintd a few of the young folks cational training upon farms providing HiehmonJ after several days stay with attractive surroundings, and cottage her parent?, Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Wearen Thursday. last Tuesday evening. Mrs. Nan Moberly has returned home Messrs M. L. and E. C. Montgomery life with a small separate room for.-31- " Mr. and Mrs. Hobt Long and children after n few days visit to her daughter, sold a nice buncn of hogs to Mr. A. each girl, instead of a dormitory which becomes a melting pot of vicious in-- 1 Mr. and .Mrs. Herbert Carter and Mifs j Mrs, Johnson Speaks. Lear lajt week at 51c clinations. It is contended, is trans- - Fannie Mae Miles were with Mr. ar.d Mrs. Marv Sanders entertained quite Mr. Thompson Sanders of Stone forming 'he youthful delinquent girls Mrs. H. W. Sanders Saturday night, a number of friends and relatives ul spent Sunday with his cousins Wilbert of severnj states. Ulwii parole they Mr. and Mrs. Walker Hradrhaw and and Edward Montgomery. dinner Sunday Dec. "lith. readily lind, atal gludlv avail themsel- - children were the guests of her par-c- s Mrs. Win. Sherrow is very sick at Joe Turner bought of Sam Murphy of, opportunities to become self-- ( ents, Mr. and Mrs. T. O. Hill and her come fat hogs for Cc. Murphy also this writing. Mr. Jasper Sherrow who supixirting and "Sev- - brother. Mr. and Mrs. Jeste Hill last-entsold to Ccy S. Sanders two at sume has been quite sick is convalescing. per cent of paroled girls in Indiana week. price. Mr. Thomas McMillan and family succeed." Good rejiorts from l'eiinavl- ' Misses Eulalnh Montgomery of Lan- have arrived from Illinois and will re- - vania, Massachusetts and several other caster and Peachie Mae Sanders were side at their farm near Locust Grove. States are mentioned as showing the ' Ihit wtek end guests of Miss Gertrude .Mrs. J. A. Clark and Misses Jennie practicality of training and the honor Mctjuerry. and llessie Hogers of Danville were system as compared with the failure of 1 Misses Lula and Nell Kav and visitors, with Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Grow from tno Prison sytein of treating tins class ot Voung persons in need of assistance the Muses Itroaddus of Paint Lick, Wednesday uitil Tnursd.iv. i were the dimming guests of Mrs. Mrs. Dudlev Gordo., returned lo her! Ouviouslv, the girls at Greendale are j Elijah McMillan. Monday. "s rtell as they would AUs. Walter Vincent home in Frankfort Mondav accomi.an- - l:ut MM if they were upon u farm tu them ol Pleasant Hill, N. C, Uuue hemp. It gives emplov merit to led l.v li..r Ui.iur. Ml..... sj,.iii selves and allowed tho physical benefit ' writes: "For three sum the p.Hir man in the winter time. It is Lillian Montgomery, and Miss Kulala and the upbuilding inlluence of the mers, I sullcred from now a prolitnlile crop. Wo well sell Montgomery returned to Lancaster. condiuuiis uhicli bunouml girls in the nervousness, dreadful you tho hemp teed. Mrs. Peachie Grow and mhi Lee audi more institutions lor their pains In my back and Hudson, Hughes & I'arnnu. family, moved Saturday to her new reclamation. sides, and weak sinking Mr. and Mrs. Purler Wearen arid house recen'ly erected at the old homej j The economic advantage of any sys spells. Three bottles ol place, Mr. Earl Grow moved to his . famih moved to I heir home near Paint tem which makes wom Cardul, the woman's I Lick tins week. We regret very much farm purchased from C. W Johnson en of girls who would otherwise lie. tonic, relieved me entireMr. and und Mr. and Mrs. Millard Hamm are lit) come un j to gio up these good people. item of expense tu the State ly. I feel like another I Mrs. lien hippie will move into tho their new home near llryantsvillv. hardly need be dwelt upou. All deliu-- 1 (S) person, now." houhe vacated by them. quenl women are in the final analysis TAKE Mr. Clydj Sanders and lster. Miss public charge. Some of them becomu Mae, litteniled it party given TRY THIS IF HAIR I Peachie pauper invalids, but that is the least of by Miss Heulah llendreri of ( ottouburg the reasons why they should be recog- -' Monday night, and ulo spent a few STARTS FALLING. nued us expensive parasites. Voca-- 1 I (5)1 days with Misses L'mmu uml llessie tional vice radiates disorder, crime und jVj Hay Sanders 11 1 same place. At this season of the year many peo-pi- disease which entails u burden of Upon economic grounds purely lind their hair coming out at an TI Tiie Woman's Tonic to iny nothing of the moral response Sr alarming rute und often fear baldness. I bility of governpients to equalize the This may very easily be tho ultimate for over 50 vesrn result if proper scalp treatment Is not opportunities ot citizens, us far as that Cardul has been helping : taken at once. All excessive loss of may be donu by etforts to counteract to relieve women's unhair can be almost Immediately stopped the courts of unfortunate environment necessary pains and by the use twice daily of a little Purl- - or experience-t- he modern method of building weak women up eluu SHge which invigorates and nourish dealing with delinquent girls recom- to health and strength. "i la o It will do the same for the slowly dying hair roots into u re- - mends itself whe.r compared with the U) .nt dikki.ic. cauarli nf- W s(o..iat.h ! cts Hi" often a. i newul of heultliy normul action. New prison system, with its very low per- you, if given a fair trial. kl ( iy utber ors i. IVrhaia every hair quickly grows on the thin spots, centage of reclamations. So, don't wait, buf begin 'i U 111 I" .1 Ml j'.i.-..- . O C." It- -' old hair stops falling und the (inference taking Cardul today, for a villi tatarrl ji I i.. is apparent in a few days by the very Its use cannot harm you, U 1 rima la exUnstMiy uscj 1 The above is an editorial taken trom look ot the hair Itself taking on new and should surely do you fi i . task.. good. E-life, lustre and beauty. Parisian Sage the Courier Journal of Jan. 1st. Mrs, can be obtained from It. K. McRoberts Harry Ilishop' earnest talk on this bill It is not ex and this work was an interesting feaor any good druggist. 0 -- t. ture of the Womans Federated Club pensive. wnmaiic omxooooox-- c which met In Lancaster In November. am t I We are sure if our state's finrnces are n ii,- such a cfitulitiiin that ntir (?p1!nnnint i " 4 VHIMIIW provided - ,.',., n,. ii,i, f, .i. ltr.m Nervous? !4 J i y) iJ Canlii council Catarrh Ig lL tsva!.?nt it i peruke r & 11 Page 8 4 The Central Record, Thursday Jan 6, 1916. CLEARANCE SALE Begins Saturday, January 1st, 1916 Clean-Up-Sa- le Now comes our ANNUAL JANUARY CLEARANCE SALE, beginning with the first day of the New Year. We will start our big which will run through the first three weeks in the month and will take in our entire stock. The prices will be reduced on every article in our store. The unusual warm weather which has prevailed throughout the fall season, has left us with a big stock of heavy goods on hands, consisting of Clothing for Men and Boys, Overcoats, Shoes, Underwear and all kinds of wearing apparel. Following our usual custom of never carrying over goods from one season to another, we have positively determined to close these goods out in the month of January at prices that are sensationally low. We do not wish for you to be convinced of the merits of this sale by our mere statement, but want you to come to this store and carefully examine the goods, see the quality and prices and convince yourself of our statements. fill Goods Will Be Sold At Low Prices For Gash Only. Men's Suits. Mens Mens Mens Mens Mens Mens Mens Mens Mens Mens Mens fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine Mens and Young Mens Overcoats. S 5.75 Mens Raincoats at Low Prices. ? G.-- T) Suits, worth $ 7.50, now Suits, worth 8.50, now Suits, worth 9.00, now Suits, worth 10.00, now Suits, worth 12.50, now. Suits, worth 15.00. now Suits, worth 10.50. now Suits, worth 18.00. now Suits, worth 20.00, now Suits, worth 22.50, now Suits, worth 25.00, now 25 6.75 7.75 9.25 11.75 152.25 . 13.75 14.75 1G.75 18.75 Mens Mens Mens Mens Mens Mens Mens Mens Mens Mens Mens fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine fine Overcoats worth Overcoats worth Overcoats worth Overcoats worth Overcoats wortli Overcoats worth Overcoats worth Overcoats worth Overcoats worth Overcoats worth Overcoats worth $ 7.50. now 8 50, now ..V you, now 10 00, now 12.50. now 15.00. now 1G.50, now 18.(10. now --'0.00. .now. 22 5(, now 23.00. now .... G.V5 7.75 9.25 11.75 12,25 13.75 14.75 10.75 18.75 $3.25 Rainconts worth now Raincoats wortli 5 00, now 3.75 4.7 Raincoats worth G.50, now 5.-Raincoats worth 7.50, now 5 Raincoats worth 10.00, now 7.25 8.76 Raincoats worth 12.0, now Mens Raincoats, dork grey, tine coats, all sizes and worth 8.s0. go in this sale at S6,7. One lot Mens fancy Raincoats, extra heavy. Bolmncnan style and worth ?1L.."iO go in (his sale at f8.7-"'- . r Mens Mens limit-colr Mens Mens light-colMens light-colr Mens One big lot light-cololight-cololight-colo- Big Lot Boys Knickerbocker Suits. Boys Boys Boys Boys Boys Boys Boys Boys Boys Boys 3oys Plain and Belted Overcoats. $ 2.25 2.75 3.25 3.50 3.75 4.25 F5.25 Men's Odd Pants. Men's Men's Men's Men's Men's Men's Men's Men's Men's Men's Msd's Odd Pants worth $ 1.50 now Odd Pants worth 2.00 now Odd Pants worth 2.50 now Odd Pants worth 3.00 now 3.50 now Odd Pants woith Odd Pants worth 4.00 now Odd Pants wortli 5.00 now Odd Pants worth 0 00 now Odd Pants wortli 0.50 new Odd Pants worth 7.00 now Odd Pants worth 7.30 now $ 1.20 1.35 1.75 Knickerbocker Knickerbocker Knickerbocker Knickerbocker Knickerbocker Knickerbocker Knickerbocker Knickerbocker Knickerbocker Knickerbocker Suits worth $ 3.00 now Suits worth 3.50 now Suits worth 1.00 now Suits worth 4.50 now Suits worth 5.00 now... Suits worth G.OOnow Suits worth 7.00 now.. Suits worth 7.50 now Suits worth 8.50 now Suits worth 10.00 now 5.75 G.25 7.75 Boys Boys Boys Boys Boys Boys Boys Boys Boys Boys Boys $ 3, Overcoats worth $ 5.00 now I.50 Overcoats worth 0.50 now 5. 25 Overcoats worth 7.50 now 0. 25 Overcoats worth 850 now 7, 75 Overcoats worth 10.00 now 8, 75 Overcoats worth 12.50 now 11, 75 Overcoats worth 15.00 now 2. ,50 light eolon-- Raincoats worth $ 3.50 now. . . . 4.50 now.... 3. 25 light coloicd Raincoats wortli 3. 75 light colored Raincoats worth 5.00 now. . . . 3, Dark Grey Raincoats worth $5.00 now 2.25 2.75 3.25 3.75 4.25 4.50 r.25 5.7 Mens Hats. Mens Mens Mens Mem Mens Mens Msns Men Mens Men Mens and Boys Caps. 75c .. $1.15 .. 1.25 . 1.75 . 2.25 .. 2 50 .. 3.25 J. 75 1.33 .. 1.75 . Mens Mens Mens Mens Mens Mens Itovs IJovs caps caps caps caps cups caps hats worth $1.00 now hits worth 1.50 now hats worth 2.00 now hats worth 2.50 now hats worth 3.00 now hats worth 3 50 now 3tetori hats worth 4.00 now Stetson hats worth 5.00 now .. Kur Cups wortli 2.00 now Kur Caps wortli 2.60 now . ... fine tine line tine fine lino dress dress dress dress dress dress worth $2.00 now worth 1.50 now 1.25 now 51.33 1.15 UOc. Ml-II- worth 1.00 now wurili 73c now worth 50c now . 75c. 50c. )(). Me. 50c. 73c 1.15 caps Wll'tll 50c now 75j now caps wo.-.- 'i llo,s caps woitli 1 00 now .lioys caps Worth 1.25 now Mens Mens Mens Men Mens Mens Mem Mens Mens M ns Mens Ihe ilrnss shoes wortli $60 now.. .. line .Iress shoes wortli 3.00 now lua' irts, mums worth 3.0 now line dress hIi'i-- 3 worth l.oonow... . line dies shoes worth 5.00 now woik shoe worth 2.50 now work shoes worth 3.00 now woik snoes worth 3.CO now hiRhc'Jt work shoes wortli 4.IM) now liiKii 'iit Willi shoes worth 5 00 now. ihkIicuI work shoes wortli ('.00 now luchcut work shoes wortli 7.30 now . Men's Shoes. Ladies and Misses Fine Shoes. .$1.75 . 2.23 2.75 . 3.25 . 3.75 . 1.75 12.70 3.25 3.75 1.25 5.25 Mens Mens Mens Mens Mens Mens ..$1.35 Mens .. L45 Ladles linn dines wortli $1.50 I. iu lies fine MioeN wortli 1.75 Ladies fine shoes worth 2.00 lulies fine shoes worth 2 25 I.adiea fine slioes worth 2.50 Ladies line shoes worth 3.50 Ladies (in (! shoes worth 3.50 Ladies fine shoes worth 1.00 Ladles fine shoes worth 5.00 now now now now now now now now now $1.20 1.30 . 1.15 l.fifl 1.90 6 2.75 3.25 3.75 $ .40 Mens Mens Menu Mens Mens lioyH IluyM Hoy a cid Boys Shirts. 10a Boys and Childrens Shoes. 50c 85c 1.20 40c 50c 85c 60c 85c 90c 1.20 1.35 1.75 Mens and Boys Underwear, $1 20 Mens Mem Mens Mens Mens Mens fine dress Shl'N worth 50c now fin dress Shi worth 75c now fine dres Shi . worth $1.00 now fine dross Shii I J worth 1.50 now fine dresi Shi . worth 50c now .... fine dress Shir's worth 75c now .. .. fine dress Shi n worth 1.00 now Sweaters wor n 75: now Sweaters wortli $1.00 now Sweaters worth 1 25 now Sweaters worth 1.50 now Sweaters worth 2.00 now .. Sweaters wnrih 2.5'J now dress shoes worth $1.50 now. dress shoes wortli 1.73 now dress shoes worth 2.00 now dress shoes worth 2.25 now dress slioes worth 2.50 now dress shoes worth 3.00 not dress shoes wortli 3.5U now button shoes worth 1.25 now Childrens button shoes wortli 1.50 now Childrens button shoes wcrth 1.75 now Childiens button hos woitli 2.00 now Childrens button shoes worth 2.25 now Childrens button shoes worth 2 60 now Childrens button shoes'worth 3.00 now Hoy? fine Hoys line Hoys fine Hoys fine Hoys (inn Hoys fine Hoys fine Childrens 1.30 1 .. . 1.15 03 ... l.iw 2.25 2.75 !Xh Mens Mens Men i Mens Mens Mens Mens Underwear worth $ .60, irnv 75, now Underwear worth Underwear worth t Oil, now Unrle.weur woitli I 25. now. Unduruear woiih 50, now C'opsr Underwear worth $1.73. now Cooper Underwear worth 2.00, now 1 ..$ .. .. .40 .50 .80 .. .90 .. 1.16 Overalls worth .50. now .... .75, now . . Overalls worth Overalls worth 1.00, now .... Work Shirts worth $ ,50, now Wool Shirts wortli 1.00, now Wool Shirts worth 1.25, now Wool Shirts worth 1 50, now . .50 .85 .40 .80 .90 1.15 Suits, Trunks and Bags. Suit Cai)s worth 11.00, now Composition Suit Cases worlll 60, now Composition Suit Cases worth 2 00, now Leather Suit Cases worth $1.00, now Leather Suit Caaes worth 5.00, now Lather Suit Cases worth 11.50. now Luather Suit Cases worth 7 60. now 001111)04111011 1 ,, . . . .145 1.20 1.30 Lis) 2.25 105 . 1.20 . 1.45 . 2.75 . This stock Is absolutely clean, fresh, .? .80 and reliable in every respect and we verv earnestly 3.75 . 4.25 G.25 Invite your most careful inspection as to quality, prices, etc. Come early and make your selections while the sizes are here for you ns this merchandise must mid will sell at these low prices. ' JflS. it W. SMITH, House Of Quality. Lancaster, Kg.