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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): January 20, 1916 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1916 cen1916012001_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 20, 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 RECORD. PURE JIEUOION, UNTARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNS! EM. tWKNTY SIXTH YKAB. LANCASTER, KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, JANUARY 20. 1916. Hand Us That $. Commercial Club Meets Tonight. NUMBER 42. POPULAR OFFICIAL. Saturday. he n man. TO BE CONGRATULATED. IMMniSJiJrl ICS WiarrBjfflfBMfHlgJli Something doing Man in cJiM- t- In town dint settles Itonm for rent, furnished or not furnished. Phone 2lf. TINNING PLUMBING. Hardware, Farming Im- plements, Buggies, Wagons Gas Engines, Etc. Everybody come to town noxt Sntur- - lV jou might get something. Cranio I)nlry Fred will make your cows give more milk. Hu.lion, Hughes & The beautiful snow paid us b visit Sunday nnd remained several days. Sunday night was the coldest of the eaion. Hemp il now a profitable crop, Plant hemp. We will sell vour hemp seed. Hudson, Hughes & rarnau Gov. Stanley has tnken steps to have tents sent to Hl'kman, where the high water has forced people from their homes. Our Hour is not bleached or adulter ated. It is guaranteed to please you. Hudson, Hughe nnd Karnau. I YOUR ACCOUNT IS NOW DUE. Ira Conn Brothers. LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. I I fa We have the exclusive agency for the Breads that meet every need. 1 I I "Mtk Intam In a (!) the following kinds received fresh dally. (ir RYE- - "With Graham without Cnrawny Seeds. Wheat--SvfZnr- d Ik-s-t f" KRIMP- - "The VIENNA- - "The Kounil Smulwicli Lonf Mode Hnrd and Tough Loaf. 1 Raisen If Bread-Kh,sw- i,h Sun Maid AliOuF resh Roils of All Kinds. Phone us your wants. Remember we are the exclusive Atfcnts. rairlcrr Lancaster, TlnTV The Central Record $1.00 Per Year In Advance. Kentucky. .... t OLD i HICKORY WA50NS M0i 3?x--- r flili8$5 . I I nave miaincu a lamuuo icpuiauuu uj unu TMkl Rnnnlnil holnd Snrtst nntlnll v Rilllt Safely Guaranteed and long years of service. v- - w X W J.- ROMANS. Lancaster, Ky. If The motue is a peculiar thine; it has iltle uie for daylight and abhors reminds one of some merchants EUROPE'S SCARRED SURFACE urge ran Ul bairards Uop Being who refuse to advertise. Kor nearly a year and a half ten mil' Handled By C. A. Speith and Company. fi All of thv editors are wonderingwhat lion men have been engaged in tearing Lewis Landram will do witli the mag up the surface of European battle Although Garrard County's tobacco nificent sum of $5.0(10 which lie is ex fronts. Must of this land was formerly crop will fall short about two millions Wholesale and Retail Hardware. pecting from his Uncle Sain. will pounds this year on account of its light Who levoted to agriculture. restore it to its former condition, and weight and reduction in acreago over If the plans of Ilishnp-elec- t llrnssart. when? It has been estimated, that al- last year, C. A. Speith and Company, 135 Covington Diocese, materialize, of the lowing for first, second, third and up t who have been buying here for several llelgians from the country seventh line trenches which exist on years, are getting even more than their will find refuge in the mountains of some of the fronts, there are tenthouj-anshare of the crop in this county and Eastern Kentucky. miles of underground and open de juite a bit from other counties beside. Mr. Geo. Haddad of Ilrowers Store fenses in Europe today. In addition to Judging from the number of loaded r of Lexington will be at the Woman's these gaping mutilations of a once fair wagons seen on the street in front of l;i Club room Tuesday morning with a landscape, the earth has been pitted the Warehouse every day, one would DOES by millions of shells think we had a few Icose leaf houses display of Orientul rugs. Everybody and minem. here of our own. This in not all; for ft. and thousands of exploded is cordially invited to inspect them. There have been dug hundreds of miles this year they have established a branch So far none of our feminine ilex have of tunnels, which one day will cave in house at l'alnt Lick and hundreds of The loads are coming into this enterprising made any leap year calls, however we and further scar the land. No one is will not guarantee that we will be able husbandman who follows the soldier in' little hamlet every week. to say this at the close of the year 1916 to these desolate acres will face a for ever disappointed witli the price he gets from Hilly Speith or Jake Graw for we have one very attractive "eligi lorn prospect. and he knows before he leaves the barn ble" in our office. just what that price will be. They EASTER NOT TILL APRIL. One of our business men who is not have hundreds and hundreds of custo Nothing anywhere as important except possibly to given to rising early became bo alarm Easter comes later this year than it mers in this section who have sold diem cook them. ed at the bright light dilfused by the has since 1905. April 23 is the date of their crops for years and no induce Poor Groceries cannot be turned into good food no (!) passage of the brilliant meteor he was the end of.Lent. Easter Sunday was ments can be offered tiiem to try other matter how expert the cook may be. about to get up when his wife quieted the same date in 1003. Easter will not markets. A dollar saved by buying cheap groceries will likely him by telling him that was the way come as late as April 23 again until daylight made, its appearance every 1913, when it will be two days later. turn out to be TWO wasted. BEAZLEY BROTHERS morning. April 25. In 1SSG Easter Sunday fell A loss of nourishment A waste of eatables A lack on April 25, the latest date for Easter of relish. Bay Famous Farm lo Fayette. Mrs. Kmmeline Pankhurst, the Urit from 1801 until 2000. In the year 2000 We invite all particular housewives to test the goodness of iili suffrage leader, who was detained Easter Sunday will be on April 23, our groceries then to act as they find them. That's all. Ellis Island when the arrived on the at The following from the Lexington With the exception of 1913 there will steamship St. I'aul. was uidered ex he no Easter Sunday as late as April Leader is of interest to their friends in 111 eluded from this country by the special this county, where they resided, up 5 23 until 2000 board of inquiry which sat at the im to a few years ago. Coming on April 23, Easter Sunday, migration station, we are afraid of will be "Shenandoah Hall", one of the most nineteen days later than last militant ladies. year. Next year It will be titteen days beautiful and historic of the Iiluegrass In the retail business world country estates, which for many years In view or the fact we printed an earlier. Easter furnishes the greatest spring has been the home of Solomon L. Van old school essay and said it was read C5 Meter, former member of the Legisla years ago wren it should have been Cfi, stimulus. Spring will almost be over ture from this county, has been sold by by the time Easter arrives and this tnus making a uuierence ol ten years BUYS-OUWALTON. MOVES TO LAR- great religious holiday will almost mark the latter to W. S. and It. A. Iieazley, in quite a number of ages, we have II, Schaelfer, the Chi the beginning of early summer this from whom C caused to be printed and hung over our Mr. E. C. Walton, who only recently cago trotting horse breeder, recently GER QUARTERS. desk the following sign: "Don't shoot year because of its lateness. bought the noted McGraihiana stock purchased the Harrodsburg Leader has the Editor send your ammunition to The firm of Dickerson and Carrier, farm. The Van Meter farm is three sold out his interests to Editor W. 0. the Allies!" and Messrs Arthur Timoney who have occupied the old Hemphill miles from Lexington, on the Bryan's DEFENDS HERSELF. Mr. corner for a number of years, have Station pike, and is considered one of and A. E. Hundley, of Danville, .should you meet a menu from an Mrs. Cora Wilson Stewart, chairman the best in Fayette county, comprises 'limoney will take active charge and leased in addition to this room, tho one other town and pass the time of day of tha Kentucky IlliteracyCommission, approximately TOO acres and is all in the paper will be known from this date recently vacated by J. F. Holtzelaw with him the first question you will said to have drawn upon the State grass. It is beautifully situated in one as the Harrodsburg Democrat. Mr. and Son, next to the Kengarlan hotej. ask will he "How's everything in your treasury to the extent of $1.5S5.S of the historic sections of the Iiluegrass Walton, we understand, has been of- The principal reason given for the town?" The answer invariably is "Oh, without authority, returned to Frank country, being only u short distance fered a very lucrative position in his chrnge was that this enterprising firm everybody has the grip." Along with fort from the East and when seen said from the famous Hryun Station spring. old home town. Stanford and he now reeded larger quarters for their inmany cases of cold, tonsil-iti- she would make a reply to the "attuck" the grip are near which the pioneer fort of that hopes to become fixed there perman- creasing business. They will retain "risings in the head," and many upon the commission at a meeting of name stood, and in the old store, using it us a storage addition to other ently. I! other kindred atllictions. that body to be held in the capitol improvements lias an attractive modern room for their heavy groceries and building. The "attack," to use Mrs. residence of fifteen rooms, built of hardware. NEW FIRM. "At School In Old Kentucky", is the Stewart's term, consisted of u comw title of a article in the New munication from Attorney General M. brick, with stone trimmings, erected Messrs Cleveland Hose and V. L. Year number of the Country Gentle M. Logan, through his special assistant, about fifteen years ago by Mr, Van Conn have purchased the interest of THE PRESIDENT'S HONEYman, describing the work of the Col- - John C. Dutfy, of Hopkinsville, to the .Meter. The deal for the purchase of the Mr. W, D. Hammack In the Lancaster ego of Agriculture of the State Uni MOON State Auditor setting forth that the Motor Car Company and possession versity, The urticle is illustrated with commission, without uny uuthuritv, in property hus teen pending for several was given them last Monday morning. weeks, but has just been brought to a a number of photographic reproduc Ilia opinion, had drawn funds from the successful conclusion. The price paid Mr. Hammack moved to this citv about Hot Springs is one of the moat ex tions, showing the various phases of i State treasury. It is set forth in the fur tho furm wus not made public, but n year ago from Taint Lick and is un- pepsive places in America in which to the work of the College of Agriculture communication that the money was he will spend any time, whether you're on a it is understood to have hi ought in the decided at this ti:ne just what and the Experiment Sutton, not the paid over on recommendation of the do. The new firm needs no introduc- honeymoon or not. It is only the least interesting of which is the cut State Sinking Fund Commission, but neighborhood of 7225 an acre, ors of tion to the people of this county as wealthy who can live there for ten days The purchasers, by the the magnificent trophies won uttcntion is called to the fact that the both are well known and popular. Mr. more, even if are to uy u.e .u ry ..... i,e hk n ai u.e ,,- erratjlll lhe iiu.racv commission the sale, Iieazley get possession March 1, Conn is considered one of the best orroom and bath. they are satisfied with a K. A. confirmed the report National Dairy Show nn I Horse Show Ww, m funJi wh,ti0ever for ,t The special train which conveyed the of thu purchase, und stated that he and mechanicians in the state and if your u few years ago. 1 lie urticle goes on , Vll,ulltarv contributions his brother had bought the place us u auto goes wrong you will be wise to president, Mrs. Wilson und their atstate that within the past ten years lo norsons. look him up. tendants to Hot Springs "cost in the home. the number of students in the College neighborhood of $200 each way," said "Wo have admired this pluce for sevof Agriculture bus increased from 27 to one of the railroud oflkial. eral years und believe that we have in GARRARD BOY WINS 3 III, and in the department of Home IT COMES HIGH. it fully as desirable a furm as McGrath-ianThe president's suite at the Home- Economics, from 10 to (!3. which we sold last summer to C. stead rents for $30 a day. His valet It costs ii country newspaper money DOUBLE HONORS. and Mrs. Wilson's maid had rooms for Primarily every time it takes u stand on uny I). Schaelfer, of Chicago. GREAT REJOICING. y In the Annual Debate $3 a day each. The transportatisn of question, says the Shelbyville Record. we purchased it as u home, but we in There is great rejoicing in tho house - Almost any citizen besides a news- - tend to convert it into a cattle and between the 1'atterson and Union the White House automobiles was $00 at State each way. The room for Charley hold of the Ilastins and Lears over tho lP-- man can do it w ithout injuring horse farm, lly the terms of the pur- Literary Societies held the president's own stenographer arrival of a little girl in the home of his business. If the editor advocates chase, we get possession March 1. The University Jan. 14., the Patterson Mr. and Mrs. Hoss Ilastin. The little improvements, the sore heads go after farm iu all in grass and is well udapted Society was the winner. The question was $G a day. The room and board for Miss has been christened Willie Allene. him and sometimes stop their paper. for thu purpose for which we pur fordebate wasItesolvcd,"that Congress seven secret service men were $22 a should adopt the recommtndation of day. Salary of the secret service men If he opposes improvements the pro chased it. gressive sort get on him and call him a The Iieazley brothers, who are bach- Secretary Daniels of the Navy Depart- will average $43 a day. Garage fees NEW CLERK. and gasoline average $3 a day; wages back number and a knocker. If he elors, came here about six years ago ment for national defense." The first speaker of the Patterson of servants $3 a day; salary of stenoOur local haberdasher, Mr. James publishes politics, the opposition gets from Garrard county, where they had . W. Smith, has recently secured the into his hair, and if he does not, he is made u success in handling horses and team was G. C. Wilson of Paint Lick, grapher $4 a day; tips and fees $75, services of Mr. Ghent Hush, of Rich charged with being afraid to stand out raiting exiort cattle, and bought of Ky. ine ratterson team roue over making $2,729. While one might compute the amount If he condemns mail Col. Milton Young his noted stock farm their rivals in easy fashion. Tho win mond, as one of his salesmen and he'' for his opinion. A assumed those duties last week. Mr. order houses, there are some peoplu McGruthiana, on the Newtown pike. ning Society will kesp the Darker lov which was spent for flowers, the boxes which arrived from Washington conIiush'comes highly recommended' and who ask him to attend to his own busi There they embarked extensively in ing cup for one year. taining American Ueauty rosea each Not only did Grover Cleveland-bette- r we are clad to welcome him into our ness, as they have a right to trade the business of raising cattle and hor II where they please. If ho publishes a ses, at the same time improving the known there as "Pickles" get the honor morning could not have cost less than midst. ad, some of tho merchants farm und making it more valuable. of helping bring home the long absent $15 daily. Outside of these expenses all of are after his gore. No country paper Since they sold it to Mr. Schaelfer, the and muchly coveted Cup but he won SELLS OUT. can come out squarely without making Chicago millionaire clubman and horse double honors when he got first place which were borne by the president perMack Turner, who has conducted enemies and losing money, and in the man, they have been looking around on the Varsity Debating Team which sonally and the government the sixgrocery on depot street for the past run of a year or more will incur some for another farm In this section, and will bebate Center College in the teen davs of the president's honeyHall spring. This Incidentally qualifies him moon cost the newspaper of this Year, sold out his business last week to criticism for everybody. The newspa- their purchase of Shenandoah Mr. M. L. Schwren, who came here per that undertakes to please everybody means that they will continue u citizens for membership to the Tau Kappa At country the round turn of $16,000, This A recently with hi family from North will please nobody: if it It honest and of Fayette county, Iloth are excellent pha, an honor aiy National Fraternity, of course, Included salaries and hotel an honor which is attained by a com bills of reporters, telegraph and telePossession was given Mon- sincere and thoughtful, the public will citizens, enterprising and energetic in Carolina. phone messages, psrslively few men in a lift time. day morning. respect It. tbe pursuit of their business. i pub-icit- Tho Joseph Mercantile Co, is to be Guy Davidson, mayor of Lancaster, win in Dmvllle for :i short time Tues- congratulated on securing the services day. Mr. David.nn Is serving his ec- - of Mrs, Lula Drakes, of Nicholasville, ond term as chief otMcinl of our neigh- who Is n splendid clerk nnd has tnkm boring citv, which shows his popular- her position at once. ity among nil classes of her citizens. til He told The Messenger that the "dead NEXT SATURDAY lock" over election of chief of pollen j has been broken by the selection of Will Be A "Jubilee Day" In Lancaster. Mr. Iluck, formerly of Junction City, who has been on the job for some tima. If you fail to come to Lancaster next; The other candidate for the job was Saturday you will miss something (hat well known in Dan- you will regret Luther Herron. the balance of of your ville Danville Messenger. life. It will be n day that will go ijj down In history and you will find that there will be something doing every WHY SHOULD THIS BE? minute. There is going to be three of The financial statement of the condi- these big days, the first next Saturday, tion of the City of Lancaster is publishthe 22nd, the next one will be Monday ed in this issue of the IiecorJ. It shows January 31st nnd the third one will be that the city Treasurer was paid dur- the fourth Monday in February. ing tho year 1315 the sum of $220.21 Now don't take our word for it, but for his services and taking care of the be in Lancaster early next Saturday city deposits. Now the city of Stan- morning and come prepared to stay all ford, which is a town ot about the came ay. If you have no wuy of coming in population, sold to the highest bidder town, just walk in, you may get agood last Friday night, the privilege of her ride back. If you do you may count city depository and received $220.00 for yourself lucky; if you don't get to ride the same. Will some one please tell hack yoa may be lucky anyway. Now us why this seeming extravagance of don't fail to come next Saturday. IllUof the peoples money? Stanford pays her city treasurer $i0 a year. POPULAR TOBACCO BUYERS I ( I IF YOU WA NT A VKf i. 'Si IS Heating STOVE Cheap See Us Quick. n ? 1 3 i Sj Haselden - Bros., Lancaster, Kentucky m d d THE HOUSEKEEPER NOTHING I 9 3 As Important As Buying Groceries 1 I I I I S I s Theo T Currey. II full-pag- e JOTSIVE. I $175,-00- te.-m- - ... ,1i,It-.Irit- a Inter-Societ- ! r Sell-we- mail-ord- Page 2 E. C. MILLION. President, T. The Central Record, Thursday Jan 20, 1916. J. CURTIS. Vice-Preside- DR. C. II. VAUGHT, Secretory. K. DEATIIKRAGK, Treasurer. Biggest in Price Biggest in Amount of Sales Biggest in Floor Space. MADISON TOBACCO WAREHOUSE INCORPORATED. Near L. DIRECTORS: -- E. C. Million. T. & A. Depot. Dr. C. H. VAUGHT. CAPITAL, $40,000.00. T, Telephone 221. MARION COY. M. I J. Curtis. J. SMITH. J, M. IIADEN. E. DEATHERAGE. To The Tobacco Growers and The Man Selling It. Wc have reached the high water mark with one exception since we began the Warehouse business whet we sold the crop lot of Mat Kussey, while Joe's crop came close up. The crop sold as follows: I 40 lbs at 39. COURT EDICT AS 75 lbs at $23. 40 lbs at 26. 20 lbs at 36. 70 lbs at 24. 20 lbs at 34. 1 20 lbs at 27. 60 lbs at 40. 60 lbs at 30. 95 lbs at 47. TRANSYLVAMIA COL- - 15 lbs 15 lbs at $19.75 at 26. 45 lbs at 55 lbs at 40 lbs at 65 lbs at 55 lbs et 95 lbs at 48. 48. 45. 25. 20. 21. 1 Average for 635 lbs $32.68 per hundred. KJ.I.-IO- . 115 lbs at 36. 75 lbs at 90 lbs at 110 lbs at 85 lbs at 50 lbs at 31 . 25 lbs at 48. 55. 30. 31. 39. selling 10.1 lbs at $C0. hundred. Joe sold 2310 pounds that averaged him M. K. Ross. 7.15 lbs at $20. per hundred, Tussey IJros.. 'JltO lbs averaged $n.Oi Prathrr, Garrard County, IllKHl lbs nvcruged hint $20 15, Coy & Ihieratn tori lbs averaged $20.. Ilurrus Lacker. I "SO lbs averaged $IH.0O, Currr & Davis 10.r0 lbs, averaged $17.01. I). T. llogie & Son KttO lbs averaged H7.C0, (i. W. Denthrrnge UK! lbs averaged $17 02, John Dawson & Son, :i7t'.ri lbs, averaged $l(i 20, Julina Million. ISSVi lbs averaged $15 00. We have sold over a million pounds at the fine average of 109S the making ours one of the best markets in Kentucky. It has always been as good as TIIK 1IEST-- IT IS NOW IIETTER THAN TIIK REST. Our market is today higher than it ever was since we have been in busincsj. grade for grille, llring your tobacco to the Old) MADISON, like other people are doing, best and hlgheJt prices always. Look over the above prices and see hw you like them. We exect the market to continue at the present or even to get Thanking Wiu again, better. bun-dre- Madison Tobacco Warehouse Co. iDO YOU FEEL HEADACHY? PAINT LICK Miss llalhe Royston is on Oils Soothe the sisk TO RHEUMATISM Judge Barborsl Testifies Rheuraa Has LEGE NOTES' is- LOOK TO YOUR STOMACH.1 ' list. Mrs. George Conn who has been quite ill for several weeks is improving. Yuur choice of three grades of coal. Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. und Ethel tridge spent Saturday in Richmond. Misses Sallie Woods j I Given Permanent Relief to Many. remeNo matter how many dies for rheumatism you have tried, do not be skeptical about the wonderful curative power of Kheuma. There is no other preparation like Rheuma. It goes to work so quickly as to leave no doubt in your mind of the ultimate successful and permanent relief. One dose daily nets on the diseased kidneys, blood and joints more readily than any other known remedy. It cleans out the "human sewers" and thus purifies the entire system. "I, John Barhorst, Justice of the e, Peace of McLean Township, Ft. Ohio, do certify that Iwascuied of a very bad case of rheumatisn by using two bottles of Illieumn. It is now two years since I used the remedy, 1 am still as well Preand as ever. vious to using Kheuma I was u cripple, walking on crutches. I have advised Kheuma to at least a dozen persons and epcli one speaks as highly of it as I." You can secute a bottle of Rheuma tor anly 50 cents of K. E. McRoberts or any druggist. HAMMACK Mrs. Mary Hammack is very ill. Mr. Chester Hammond has the grip. Sunday school at Good Hope is progressing nicely. Miss Eddie Faulkner visited Miss Nellie Ueazley Sunday. Mr. Jim I'arsons has moved to the Spratt farm near town. Mr. Joe Hammond has a frost bitten foot that is giving him trouble. Mr. Jim McQuerry's folks are all sick with the grip at this writing. Miss lierlha Kelly of I'oint Leave!! is visiting her sister, Mrs. Rogers. Air. and Mrs. Corb Manuel are rejoicing over a fine girl at their home. Mr. Web Faulkner and wife visited Mr Faulkner and wife of Manse Sunday. Miss Mary Ueazley has been visiting relatives at Paint Lick and this place. Mrs. Maggie McQuerry has been very sick but is better at this writing. Misses Georgia and Zelha Dillon were the pleasant guests of Miss Lell Cold-iroSunday. Mr. Robert Hammack bought a nice saddle maru from Mr. Ceph Morgan price unknown. Messrs Jack Hammnck, Jim Ilallard to Jim Coldiron called on Mr. E. G. Hammack, Sunday. Illue grass and orchard grass seed, cow peas and soy beans for sale by Hudson, Hughfs and Farnau. Mrs. Arthur Hall who has been visit ing Mr. and Mrs. John Hawley of Ind., has returned home. Miss Katie Clark of Cartersville was the guest of her sister, Mrs. Maggie McQuerry on last Friday. Mr. Oscar Hammack and daughter, Miss Jessie Muu of Puint Lick, were the guests of Mrs. A. J. Hummack The Transylvania Glee Club has It is an unusual thing for n druggist sued a very attractive program to bo to sell medicine under n guarantee to used in their concerts during January refund the money if it does nit cure. and February. Yet this is the way R. E. McRoberts. The National Field Workers Associa- the popular druggist is selling tion will hold its nnnual meeting at the standard dyspepsia remedy. Never before has he had so large a RepresentaTransylvania, Feb. tives from about twenty states will be number of customeis tell him that a medicine has been successful as with present. People who a few months President Jesse C. Caldwell, Transyl- ago looked like walking skeletons have College 1SSC, nnd for the last put on fiesh f nd today are ruddy nnd vania eight years president of Atlantic vigorous with perNct digestion ur.d Christian College,- - Wilson, Ut C, has good health. accepted the position of dean of Drake There is no longer any need for anyUniversity. one suffering or maning their friends Mrs. Chis. F. Norton, the librarian, suffer on account of dyspepsia. The is listing the old books of the library, na can always be relied upon. many of which were presented by dis. percentage of cures is no great that tinguished men of Europe and America, there is little risk to R. E. McRoberts in guaranteeing to return the money if and date back as early as 1529. the medicine does not relieve. And he The new men who are showing up in stands ready to do so without any good form in basket ball are J. M. Dur-biquestions. Cynthiana; C. A. Dutt, Alma. Headaches, all forms of indigestion, Mich; ShefTer, Memphis; Ii. C. Chinn, specks before the eyes, dizzy feelings, Leesburg. and all forms of liver, trouble are A few days' treatJ. Ii. Earnest, a second yearstudent, helped by who made his M: A., Ph. D. in Virginia ment should show considerable gain in University, has decided to enter the health while a complete cure ofter folmission field, and will doubtless re lows rapidly. ceive an appointment to China. The Crimson Rambler, a weekly COY student publication, announced in its Inst issue a forthcoming campaign for Mr. Harold Onstott left for Frankstudents. The slogan will be "501 X fort last week. '21," T. II. Green sold to Abe Hurton bis F. N. Tinder. ' farm for $1000. t Mrs. Mary A. Sunders has been (luiW HOGWALLOW NEWS jick with Lngrippe. Mr. Squire Whlttaker has been quite (Hogwallow Kentuckian.) ill for several weeks. O.ice a cigar stump gets under your Mr. and Mrs. Piiil McMillian are refeet it is harder to get rid of than a ported better ut this writing. friendly cat. Mr. and Mrs. Coy S. Sanders were y visitors of Mrs. Mary Sanders, Sunday Little Fidity Flidders carried an Bucker to school witti him. but the night. teacher used it until recess. Miss Alice Lay has been the guest of The Dog Hill preacher had on an- her sister, Mrs. Eliza Mc.Million the other clean thirt last Sunday. Poke past two weeks. Cement, wocd fibre plaster, sand, Eazley says he cant see how some folks rock screenings .itc, for Hale by Hudran airord to dress so well. son, Hughes and Farnau. Sim Flinder say he cannot seo how John Lane delivered his crop of tosome roosters are able to be around much in the day time after having sat bacco to Lexington lust week und it uveraged him 19c per lb. up all night ctowing. Mi-oj Skin Disease I I Es-- 1 j ' Mrs. Kli Estridge and Mr. Mid Ross entire family are victims of the gripH While Raz Harlow was over to see miss r ruzie Aiisop nunuay evening, he enjoyed some funny moving pictures bv iSQUTIIEBN f DRUG MAKES STATEMENT turning the pictures album right fast. In the family , MERCHANT UNUSUAL Mr. Harrv Francis was in Frankfort the past week at a sportsman's meetFor 15 Yean ing in t':e interest of preserveing the 1 Wm JLF the Standard fish nnd game of the state. Skin Remedy Mr. Will Lay ton of Madison has bought, the Theordore Tudor property MT. HEBRON also the ball patk from Mr. Thompson Mr. Hunter Ray sold a bunch of hogs liurnam aud has moved to same. jto Mr. A. A. Lear. Friday at t!c per lb. Mr. Samuel Iiolton departed this Miss Minnie Gulley of Lancaster is life on Wednesday at his home near Edd Grow this week. Moran's Summit after a lingering illness I the guest of Mrs. Mr. und Mrs. Orbin 'lhompson are from tuberculosis. Funeral services were held on Friday afternoon ut I'aint the proud parents of a fine baby boy Lick church of which he was a member born the II Inst. Miss Lavina Montgomery spent last bv Rev. W. M. Eldridge and the burial was in I'aint Lick cemetery. He is week vvitli her brother, Mr. U. O, survived by his wife and little son and Montgomery, at lluena Vista. Mr. Jesfce Lemay nnd family move to them is offered the sympathy of a thit week to a house on Mr. Chas. host of friends in their bereavement. Duncans farm near Lock S. Mrs. James Spillman died suddenly Mr. Sum Duncan of Nicholasville was on Tuesday morning at four o'clock of Weddesiluy and bought u calf heart trouble ut her home at Mnnte. here lust Duncan, price unknown. Although she had been ill for some from Mr. Chin. Our Hour is not bleachedor adulteratlittle while, no one thought her condi-tion serious end her death came us u ed. It is guaranteed to please you. Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. ; great shock to her family us to the The sick of this community all nre communty at large. She was n faithAsbury Messrs. ful earnest member of old I'aint Lick improving except church, where funeral services were l'reston and I'. W. Montgomery who , held Thursday afternoon at three' remain quite ill. Mr. Hultiert I.awson of Kavenwood, o'clock by her pastor, Rev. W. M. Eldridge, after which the body was Mo., arrived Saturday for a visit with laid to rest in the I'aint Lick cemetery. relatives here and is now the guest of She is survived by her husband, three Mr. and Mrs. J. It Dean. sons and three daughters and the Harney, the faithful old family horse sympathy of the whole com of Mr. J. E. Sherrow died a few days munity goes out to this bereaved family ugo he was years old and was the and ulso to the aged father and mother1 first horse owned by Mr. Sherrow. Mr. dnon whom the blow has fallen so Hunter Rty ownes the oldest of the! heuvily. equinu species in this community, this Miss Glttdva I'attersnn ..nlertninml M ueln-- r mulB "K1" Mr. Lee Tracey of the Judson vicinity u live course dinner Friday evening at her beautiful home, in honor of Miss ar.d Miss Martha Thompson of this Lula McWhorter. of I'aint Lick Kv. place were united in marriage Wednes- who is here the gust of her sisters, day afternoon at the home of Rev. A. Clere at Lancaster. They were en- Miss Stella McWh-irte- r and Mrs. Laban T. Kirk. In the evening progressive tertained at the brides home at a "500" was played. Those present were ""'uuiuui supper, jusi me iamny ncing Misses Lula McWhorter. Stella Mc-- ! present. They are both highly respect Whortcr, Eulah Fitzpatrick, Ethel ed and havu manv friends here who W'i!tiumi ImtiM t.nVinr. P. tut, ll..,tr..r wish them a long, happy and uselul Mr. l'ond, Mr. Rickard, Mr. Vice, Rus life. sell Huger, Stanley Temple nnd Edward Oil of wlntrrcrwn. thymol, tl,?rTln ftni! other hcnllnit Ir.cmlU'Mii cuniiKini.iJ l tn prefer imfMirtlin Into tli !. I. tin now ttrcume th untrrrMl lrMTlitlUm favnrlto of rLln atiffrrrra In tY'ltting l i tut rat tltwa. It l n tntMInWBti that ix from a I t tint rwlrf tlu !rcn ami clrr It Ml!i ami wa 1 turnlne ami Itrhlnc(llnraup crrma anil lt off thi tnnthlnff nils tjuIcLIjr heal tho laflaml tUur, arc triaJ to remmmrml th! tonthlojr, nmllnff tt(ulI. J.V, .'. ami $ I int. (Viiif to u ami u Hill It'll )ii PK n almut thin remark a Mi rrnuiljr mir nmin-j- r dirk unlet th Drt bottle Mtirt-- jml Ii. It. i. hvajt Lit jour akin hcaltbj. Aak about It. Smith Lung Tonic. Relief For Lung Troubles. Coughs, Colds, Hoarsness, Whooping Cough Bronchial Soreness Affection. and Lung D hmmhb, Contniiis no Dope I Prepared originator of Smith Agricultural Liniment, 48 years test has proven the best. Sold at nurTiiror Crensote with care by Dr. T. B. Smith the Stormes' Drug Store, Lancaster. Read what others say about the l.uig Tonic Rfhef. W. S. Winn, Merchant, Logannn, Ky., sajs. "A lady had been suffering with consumption for some time, having tried all other remedies, anil had become dincnuraged and girn up and was waiting to die. I persuaded her to try n Si cent Ixitile of your Lung Tonic and she continued Its use until she uni entirely cured. 1 tcld her it had no tar or dope in it. I don't think I everknw of u cough remedy its equal. It has been it prrtect ucc ss in eVcry 191". place it has been tried in this neighborhood, October 1 ' THE NATIONAL BANK OP LANCASTER. st Cupitul $50,000. A. R Surplus 430,000. ' JENNY, President J. E. STORMES, Vice I'res't S. C. DENNY, Cashier. - R. T, JMUUV. Ass't Cashier. J. U (III. I.. I!ook-Keew- r. Safety Samual 1). Oeposit WE Cochran. C. Denny. Boxes R. For J. Rent. J. E. SOLICIT YOUR Alex I1USINESS. H. Posey. Denny. Stormes. S. J. I Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott. Directors. Dock Hocks, who has gained much notoriety as a dentist during his leisure hours ut the blacksmith shop, mixed business with pleasure yesterday by pulling a fine tooth for Miss Gondola Great Business Losses Due to I Neglect Henstep. Poke Eazley had his picture made while over at Tick ville it few days ago. It is a very good resemblance of Poke, but there is u little blur around the necktie, ho having swallowed juit us him up. Mr. Samuel Paint Lick, died burled in the leaves to mourn two children. Saturday night. Mr. Joe Archer left Sunday for Villi Grove Illinois where he will remuin the rest of the winter. The. young folks of this place regret Very much to give Uolton, residing near last Thursday and was Manse cemetery. He his loss, a wife and Bad Habits. Those who breakfast at eight o'clock or later, lunch at twelve and have din-nat six are almost certain to bu troubled with indigestion. They do not allow time for one meal to digest before taking another. Not less than five hours should elapse between meals. If you are troubled with indigestion correct vour habits and take Chamberlain's Tablets, and you may reasonably hope for a quick recovery, These tablets strengthen the stomach and enable It to perform its functions naturally. tainable everywhere, Ob- mcnt; "I estimate that tho men of this country could lucrt'UMt their fully ten per cent by Inking uu Columbus Allsop, had ho had the adl.nalho mid not neglecting vantages of earlier training, might have become a sleuth equal to the de tho bowels us most of them do." He ulo said that If the Department puty constable, as it is he Is still poss- of Commerce In Washington would essed of a pair of keen eves, and con- present each business man In tin. counsiderable shrewdness. On Friday try with u box of Reiall Orderlies. It morning ho saw u track of u mink in would be of great benefit to thu nil his buck yard near tho chicken roost, tlonnl welfare. Itexull Orilerlles nre and, getting a pencil und paper, he prompt In m Hon. pleasant to lul.o nnd never grlK can be useil by men, wuiu. copied it oir and started out through the Gimlet Creek bottoms in search of en or children, mill nre Just tlio thing for toning up ktusi'lsli livers. the owner. After hunting for many hours und examining several minks, he Wn bato the exclusive selling rights for wag at last rewarded with success, this great laxative. Trial size, 10 cents. having found the animal It fitted, and R. E. McROBERTS & SON. returning home with him. THE REXALL STORE j the camera went olT. The editor of the Tickville Tidings is at sea over the working of the new law which requires all editors to Btate under oath who owns their printing plants He didn't Know who owns the Tidings, us it has never been paid for. There was un Intresting contest at the Rye Straw store this week, as tu who could keep a feather up in the uir the longest by blowing it. If the . feather had got directly over one ot ' Mrs. Tobe Moseley's conversations she would nave won the prize, Tobe says. W. WITHERS MILLER 1'resldeiit of tho folk-MillDrug Company, Richmond, Vn is authority for the following extraordinary state- - Conlev. KKr. On lust Monduv Miss Stella McWhor-te- i entertained the Auction llridge Club to a six o'clock dinner. It was an eight course dinner served in elegant style. In the center of the table wus a Each boy beautiful bunch of roses, "Thedford's Black-Uraug- ht was presented with a red carnation, is the best medicine while each girl wore a yellow carnation. lever used." writes J. A. After dinner the merry bunch enjoyed tne theatre then leturued to the home Slcelman, olPatlonville, Texas. and spent tho remainder of the evening "I sullered terribly with liver playing bridge. Hie club is composed troubles, and could get no relief. of Misses Gladys Patterson, Irene Stella McWhorter Edna Huger, The doctors said I had and Lulu McWhorter of Puint Lick Ky I could not wotk at guest of Miss Huger. Messrs Stanley Temple, Russell I lager. Prof. Pond, all. Finally I tried Mr. Rickards, Skinny Vice. Miss Edna linger entertained ut six THEDFORD'S o'clock dinner, in honor of Her guest, Miss Lula McWhorter, thu following: Misses Stellu McWhorter, Irene Gladys Patterson, und Lulu Mc- Messrs. Whoi tor, of Puint Lick, Ky, nsgaagawremi 0. Olllce Phono 18. Bi!iY. Emhalmer. '.)',). Director and Lancaster, Kesiik'iice I'lioim Kentucky. BLACK- - HONOR ROLL. KY. v Pickards, Stanley Tern-- 1 pie. Russell Hager and Thos II. Wall, ' Miss Hagerl of Huntington, W. Va. as hostess entertained these youigpeo-- . plu very beautifully, Before entering! the dining room each member wbb pre-- ' sented with a bunch of beautiful Mowers. Tho party then entered the dining room which wus very artistically decorated. In the center of the table was a bouquet of rose buds, lillies of tho valley, sweet peas und violets. They then gathered around und participated in a nine course dinner. Tho remainder of the evening was spent In playing cards. At 12:30 this merry crowd disbanded und bid . PainUville Miss Hagcr Herald. Prof, l'ond, M. good-night- DRAUGHT and to my surprise, I got belter, and am as well as any to-d- e Citizens National Bank OF LANCASTER. man."Thedlord'sHlack-Omtigh- t Capital $50,000. II. F. HUDSON, W. Surplus $50,000. Joe J. J. J. WALKER, WaLKKK, Jll., Vice is a general, cathartic, vegetable liver medicine, that has been regulating irregulari ties ol the liver, stomach and bowels, lor over 70 years. Oct a package today. Insist on the E- -' genuine Thedlord's. President. Ass't Cash'r W. F. CHAMP. I'rest. 0. I'.IGNEV, Lashier. When u bank's surplus (quills Its capital it Is placed on the HONOR ROLL of banks. Such un institution in a community is a credit and assures that the hank is SAFE, SOUND and SECURE. We are better prepared than ever to accomodate our customers in every way consistent with sound financial principles and wo thank our friends und customers for their aid in assisting us In attaining this high position on the Honor Roll. The Central Record, Thursday Jan 20, 1916 Page 3 THE HOME HOUSE, pin-hooke- RICHMOND You just can't beat the HOME HOUSE We're there with the highest prices all the time. No one connected with our Warehouse in any way, is allowed to speculate on your tobacco nor have we any scouring the country for the best crops, so we can make some big averages. Therefore we have no special favors to show anyone, and we never sell the man We sell the tobacco, one basket at a time, for the highest market price. Below are some of our sales for the past week. rs pounds $286.15, average $21.43 Hockaday & Ri!ter2430 lbs 435.24, average 17.98 Jones & Hume 2385 lbs 402.35, average 16.87 Todd & Sharp 2790 pounds $154.21, average $16.28 Hugh Parks 2220 pounds 349.53, average 15.74 J. S. Long, Jr. 1335 Noland & Miller 2390 lbs 360.59, average 15.08 Crop sold For Brandenburg, Durson & Ray. 245 lbs at 16c. 210 lbs at 17c. lbs at 18c. 40 420 lbs at 21c. 190 lbs at 22c. 190 lbs at 23c. 25 lbs at 23c. 300 lbs at 28c. 190 lbs at 36c. 130 lbs at 50c. 215 lbs at 28c. 180 lbs at 30c. 300 lbs at 40c. 155 lbs at 51c. Total of 2790 lbs, brought $795.52, average $28.40 MAKE THE HOME HOUSE YOUR HEADQUARTERS WHEN IN TOWN. IE DC DE3G If so call at Joffcrson School t Alt t sf Law. I HAS FAITH IN QUICK REMEDY SERBS SLOWLY FALLING ' ALL ABOUT THE LEGISLATURE ARE YOU HUNGRY? tl hrrrutntt II lh, .on ITlMiJ 5. tmr urt a tiT t j" Ttub-fcf- irM ir fvC A H.U lurtl hlp P rit. la.l .utts ttlff. t Urra t Irtj ,i mM f I.- FOR CATARRH. JT"P(7;" sz.f Al wljl. v L AUttVifi R. E. McRoberts Guarantees That Hyomei Will Relieve The Worst Cases of BACK by r Aytfk THE STATE JOURNAL of Frank- fort, Six Issues per week. Only Daily 1'aper at the State Capital. STOP AT OUR for a nice Lunch, also Everything inJSoft Drinks EE1G $4.00 ONE YEAR. $2.00 SIX MONTHS 60UfflfcR-J0URNfl- L DAILY BY MAIL (NOr SUNDAY) AND The undersigned hereby warn ing to hII persona not to trespass upon our lands lor any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all offenders ' to ful lest extent of y law. Hunters and. Fishermen especially take notice. Kd & N I! Trice it. I.. Klkin W. It. Cook. Mrs. Itebecca J. West. II. C. Arnold. James (5. Conn, J. C. Morgan J. I'. Hland. I tang Ilrot J. II. and W. S. Weaver W. T. West. J. Iloolh Sutton. W. I. I.awson and son. Howard King, Miss Carrie iloulden, J. II, Itigslty. J. C. ltiesliy, John Kichardson, A. C. Miles. J. U. Woods. Jno. M. Karra. J. II. Thompson, II. I.. Kelly. David Steven. Krank Thompson. S. C. RiRsby. I). M. Anderson. J. II. Thompson. Davis Sutton We will add other names for 25 cents POST ED fv Catarrh in Lancaster. Driven Through Mountains When one of the most reputable con corns in I.ancuMir gunrantres that a medicine will produce benefit or he will refund the money it speaks vclumnsfor the merits of that remedy. It is in this way that It. K. Mclioberts is selling Hyoinet, the treatment that has helped so many cases of both acute and chronic catarrh in Lancaster and vicinity. Hyomei is not a pill nor is it a spray or a lotion that must be rubbed in. It is an oil, the air of which you just breathe in your nose, throat and lungs by the aid of tn inhaler that comes with every outfit, Henefit will usually be seen from the very first treatment This air destroys all germ life in the air passages and lungs and enriches and purifies the blood with the additional ozone it supplies. It banishes catarrh of the head and throat and respiratory organs. Wherever these mucous mem- Teutons. SUCCESSES Blow by Anglo-Frenc- h From Now Until April 1, 1916 for 50 Gents. Less Than 5 Cents a Week. No other paper will have as large a stair of reporters as Tho State Journal to cover the present session. If you want to keep posted on all features of news at the State Capital, this is your GARAGE Whenin Danville Good ALLIES Butgars WIN Delt Hard , chance. i Forces Political Situation - In Greece Present Grave Postlblllties Ruislani Victorious Again. Keep in touch with State politics and see what your Representatives are uoing. Prompt Work and Service Mechanics. rt London, Nov. 15. llcforc the ad- vanco of the Auetro-Oermaarmies the Serbians aro falling back from mountain ranRo to mountain range. The Teutonic official reports enume- rate the capture of one thonsand or more prisoners dally, a few guns and quantities of stores. For tho moment, the political situation Is graver than the military. The Send All Subscriptions to The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky J Complete line of Tires. Everything in Automobile Accessories. Frestolite Service. I FARM and FAMILY A GREAT MONTHLY MAGAZINE cash. HUNTERS TAKE 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 vise 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 (Same Wardens for the purpose of car rying out this agreement. Except each of us have the right to kill rabbits on our arms or ermit it to be done by another under our supervision, or the supervision of some responsible and reliable person selec'eil liy us. this November I5th, rjl&. It. I,. Klkin. Jno, M. Karra, W. II. Ilurton, Ilaselden Ilros , J. II. Dalton, John II. Smith. .1. N. Itoss. E. Hobinson, W. II. Ilrowr, Alex Walker, T. A. Klkin, K. M. Tinder. Iogan Hubble, 0. M. Deshon, II. II. Cox. J. W, Sweeney, W. M. Mahan, During January AND branes contain catarrhal germs, there Hyomei will do its work of healing. The complete Hyomei outfit is inex pensive and includes an inhaler dropper and sumcient Hyomei for several weeks treatment. Itemember that if Hyomei does not relieve you It E. Mclioberts will refund your money. MARKSBURY Seo us for 41 pet cent protein cotton seed meal. Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. Mr. Turner of Uryantsville has moved to the house just vacated by Mr. Wades. February Only Special Rate Period Limited to These Two Months. Splendid Combination at a Little Over Half the J. Regular Price. Subscription orders at this rate will be accepted only when sent through regular Courier-Journal Agent in this district. Fisher Herring, R. E. McRoberts. Lancaster, Ky. COURIER-JOUKNAL COMPANY, Louisville. Hughes Ilros, Withers Ilros, Willlim, Marcus and Jim White. II. F. Wilmot, J. U. Tope, Mrs. David Chenault, Fred J. Conn, W. It. Cook, J, V. Klmore, T. C. Rankin. HulTmnn Ilros, Sam Cotton. Win. G. Anderson. T. M. Arnold, Jr. W. II. Moss It. K. Henry. Jno. M. White. Ilright Herring, J A. I) llradshaw. It. I.. Ilarker. 9 ML 2 Travel there on th " it. Loui i Su-:ia- l" if home-seeker- uMXLJY The Southern Railway is the direct litt j to Asheville.Aiken.Augusta.Char-leston- , Columbia, Savannah, Summer-villi- s nnt1 other r.outhcrn resorts. cijuvpcil with electric limited a.. I coaches, through tin. wing rouni sleeping cara to Jacksonville anil new dining cav service to Ashcvillc, and from Ashcvillc to Jacksonville. The trip via Ashcvillc ia through "The Land of the Sky", the only scenic route to Florida. Very low s' fares and winter tourists' fares now in effect; with stopovers and other special features, uct lull iniormuiion and laces irom tnc Local Southern Agent, or wilte to B.H.Todd, District PasMnger Agent.Louuvillc, . . . . Ky. . jMrAf County AS lfV7 l 1 Mr. C. K. I'oindexter leaves this week to make nn extended visit to his cessful. Tho Drltlsh and French troops, mother. Mrs. Ilaker of Oklahoma. which are receiving reinforcements, Mr. and Mrs. John I'ruitt recently are meeting with somo success, and, entertained the following guests.at din- besides repulsing the Ilulgarlan atner. Mr. and Mrs. Will Clark. Mr. and tacks, havo undertaken tmall offon-slfMrs. Kd Clark and Mr. W. D. Marks-burmovements with good results. and tho Ilulgar-lans- , The Austro-fierman- s however, rnado such progress The grip which has been racini- - at so from the beginning of tho campaign many places seems just recently toliave that It will take serious work now to reacneu Here. I he following families check them. aro reported to have been ilmrn with (!) Tho Russians havo definitely grip; Mr. H. K. Swope and family, Mr. Field Marshal von Illndcnburg's Jess Sanders and fumily and Mr. Iva drive toward Riga and Dvlnsk and along tho Tvlna river and havo themolnter anil family. selves been able to mako only slow At thi! business ineetinirof the church progress In tho marsh region west of the following ollicers were to Riga. serve for the ensuing year. Mr. W. Along the Styr river In tho south Marksbury. b. S. Superintendent. Mr. tho AustroGermans by a counter-strok- e John I'ruitt, assistant. Itcbt. Clark. have pierced the Russian lines secretary and treasurer, U, S. Swope, and raptured 1,500 prisoners, according to tho Uorlln ofllelnl statement. Church clerk. Tom Clu.ar.lltt On tho western front thcro havo The "bugget plan" for raising church . nnauces and every member canvas was been no events of Importance-The Italian government lias sent nn adopted by approval of the church. ofllclal communication to tho neutral governments dealing with tho sinking by n submarine of the Italian liner The ilabit of Taking Cold. Anrona, according to n dispatch from With many people taking cold is u Rome. The noto denies that the Anhabit, but fortunately ono that is easily emia carried nny arms or contraband broken. Take u cold sponge bath every or persons In belligerent military servmorning when you first get out of bed ice, or that there wcro any circumnot Ico cold. hut! temperature of stances Jtistltjlng such an attack as absut 90 V. Also sleep with your win a necessity of war. dow up. Do this and you will seldom take cold. When you do take cold take EL PASO HOOSIERS ORGANIZE Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and get rid of it as quickly as possible. Obtain- Preparations Being Made to CelebraU central powers again have protested to Greece against the landing of allied troops at Salonika. King Constantino Is reported to havo replied that as Salonlca Is an open port there has been no Infringement of Greek right In tho landing and that Oreece will remain neutral 'until one of the belligerents ha transgressed against those rights. The Servians are fighting continuously, however, and are Inflicting considerable losses on their pursuers. Along the eastern front the Servians appear to be holding their own against the Dulgarlans and are making a stand on the western bank of the'Mo-rav-a river. So stubborn has been their resistance tho Ilulgarlans have had to call for assistance from tho artillery In their effort to drive the defenders out of Katchantk pass. Thus far they have been unsucAustro-Gerraan Personal Stationery Should be Engraved Embossed nowadays. or MITCHELL & SHACKELFORD. Second Street. Phone 124. Danville, Ky. It reflects good taste and at once creates a favorable impression. Suppose you come and see the many beautiful samples we have and get our prices. HIGHEST PRICES PAID 5hipmat i RcWd No Commission to Pay Writ tor Prlc. Lht mai Shippiaf TJ RtmlttBOC MaiLd on D7 THE Central Record. M. Sabel & Sons Imrimuj tjl.Ma.4 1IS1 LOUISVILLE. KY. Farm Cent I Why pay more? Loans Loans on productive farms Per $f :M, IK I 1 on liberal plan. Conf inential & prompt service M THOMAS & ELKIN, I M at Central Record Office. Lancaster. Kv. f trnnrr Announcing Their ' 1. iff . B --.. 7rOU need Whether How to Grow Bigger Crops of Superb Fruit FREE you own or intend to plant a few trees or a thousand, It is information that u 111 ave on time, labor ami money, (Jet It t Simply tend us your numo anil aiMrets on tho cu uponor on a postal. If you prefer. everywhere We will tritely mall you n free copy are. cettln&r prodigious rlnur New t'jtalojf-a- n 11 x 8 In, book crop and large caih prortU from crops that I klmply packed wild hints that cf younc. thritty, xinmrnt Stark Uro's will enable j nu to fccurv bumper crops trees facts that emphasize the truth ct fincitt fruit An4 sell them M top- cf the asiom "Stark Trees Hear Fruit." natural-color Hcautiful li(e-liphotos niauct price, i nownoio dooic i nneu witlifa ttttiat will Interest ami lntruct of If clinic fruits all through tho book. you lact about bow frult-- rowers Send for your copy today to this practical, expert information. able everywhere i.m. Court Days. Southern Railway pcrMtro fABBirp of Florida - Cuba - New Orleans IDEAL WINTER PLAYGROUNDS WINTER TOURIST TICKETS ON SALE DAILY TO ALL RESORTS OF THE SOUTH. LONG RETURN LIMIT. STOP OVERS. ron rutt. information, apply to ncakcst ticket agent on write Lexington, Ky. M. C. KING, raisrncer end Ticket Agent, 10! East Main Stroat, V. A. ESCICLn'., General Tasse.ieer Azent, Cincinnati, OMo Richmond, 1st. Monday. I'aris, 1st. Monday. Frankfort, 1st. Monday. Harrodsburg, Iht. Monday. Lexington, 2nd. Monday. Stanford, '.'ml. Monday. Shelbyvllle, 2nd. Monday, Carlisle, 2nd. Monday. Danville, 3rd. Monde?. Lawrenceburg, 3rd. Monday Nicholasville, 3rd. Monday. Mt. Sterling, 3rd. Monday. Somerset, 3rd. Monday, Georgetown, 3rd. Monday. LANCASTER, 4th. Monday Winthester, 4th. Monday. Monticello, 4th, Monday. Versailles. 4th. Monday. Indiana's Centennial. I'aso, Tex., Nov. 15. Over US charter members joined (lie new Indi ana Boclety organized here. V, H. Case was elected president, Dr. I,. C. Wtthcrspoon, vlco president: II. K. Aber. secretary, and Norman M. Walk' er, treasurer, Tho club expects to enroll flvu hun dred members by January and Is making plans (or having Rovernor ltnlston or somo other prominent Indiana man coino here early in January to address the club and ho Its Kest. Elaborate plans were made at tho first meeting to celebrate tho Indiana centennial next ear, a course tn tho history of Indiana Is to be Rlvon durlnK tho present winter and arrangements are belnR made for a series of talks on Indiana men and history. Kl Stark Bro's Nurseries at Louisiana, Mo. KesJ It and learn about the new fruit tree triumph of Stark Uro's long Century oiV.bucies the "Double-Life- " Grimes Golden-t- mat remits couar roi. liet tne New Facts about "Mark Delicious," Stark Early Ktbcrta. and all the latest J, II. lisle M Peaches, Stark tiro also Lincoln I'ear, Stark Montmorency Cherry, Mammoth tiold JA Hum and ail the other famous Mark w P..lt. Kur.i..un.ln.n3..,.nllll ho tree development 4 vjec rnuu from cover to cover with beautiful pho- tographs. Matt mt tk$ ra and address. FRFF uur new uaiaioff I 8 Inches-till- ed Stark Drs' Dept. A LeuisUM Mo. J A M W prvAU. (Uui. f tllui Jutt w rxwra mrm fruil-t- 84 W ph LouUUn.Mo. m at enee. X lire's s,l ipMtt9Dl4At...'........trM Kabui B.r.o.. Subscribe for the Record. 4 S r.o Page 4 The Central Record INCORPORATED. 83UED The Central Record, Thursday Jan 20, 1916. MYSTERY MAKES TANLAC (nutation Is Set At Weekly. tl.OU A YEAR. SECURE The J. R.L E. ROBINSON. EorroR. Defiance By LEXINGTON TOBACCO WAREH'S'E CO IncorHiratd. KLKIN, Locol Ftlltor nnd Mftr. Famous Master Medicine. Poi ntrt al lhiffm.l Member rli slid time. Ill Mm tunoiirr. Kr Mult T Kentucky Press Association liighth District Publishers League. Lancaster, Ky., Jaiuary 20. 1916 Rates For Political Announcements .$ 6.00 For Precinct and Citv (ffl:es . .. 10.00 'ro-State ami District Offices. . . . 15.00 .10 ror Calls, per lino 10 For Cards, per line For all publications in the interest of Individual or expression of Individual views, per 10 line .05 Obituaries, ter line "or County Offices .... We are authorized to announce Miss Jenttie Higgins a candidate for County of Garrard School Superintendent County, subject to the action of th: Democratic primary August 191". TanlncI There is magic in this household word- - n magic made by success unprecedented and a fame based wry solidly on Its accomplishments In more than one million homes. The ingredients for Tanlac are gathered in the remotest parts of the world. From the far North woods to Argentina, below the equator; in Russian Asai, the Alps, P.vrcnncs, on the sunny shores of Italy, from Hrazil, Sumatra, Peru, the West Indies, and the slopes of our own tfmbertopped Uncky Mountains, come the roots, herbs, barks and even llowers that, under the dinction oftIlerrJoeiliiVonTrimfaocli, the noted German cneinist, nrc compounded into Tanlac. There can be no successful imitation of Tanlac. It is cotrqiounded us skillfully and as mysteriously us nature distins the fuii.cd mineral waters of Kurope Tanla r.nw universally known as the Master Medicine, is proving invnluable against ailments of the stomnch, liver and kidneys, and affections of the mucous membranes, which, when neglected, so often affect the vital or gans themselves. As a general tonic men and wom for half sick, en, it builds up tne tissues, creates u keen appetite, promotes digestion, vit alizes the blood ami brings bark color to the.cheeks and sparkle to the eyes. Tanlac may now be obtained in Lan caster ut IS. K. Mcltoberts drug store, it is being explained daily. l JAMES C. STONE, President. JOHN L. BUCKLEY, Vice President. THOMAS H. SLATEK, SALES HOUSES. CENTRA I PLANTERS LEXINGTON NO I LEXINGTON NO 2. . Secretary and Treasurer. Phone 7!)l. I'honc 1701. Plume ::W2. Plume 710. I), W Scott. Mumper. Kniglit. MiimiKer. ..John - llticklcy ntnl ..Geo. M Hiillnttl. Milliliters .J. Why You SHOULD SELL in LEXINGTON Because Because Because Because Because it is the Biggest Market in the World. All Large Manufacturers Have Their Kedrying Plants Here. all Smaller Manufacturers buy through Brokers on this Market we have 39 licensed buyers on the Lexington Market. as shown by the Commissioner of Agriculture's report for December there was sold on the markets outside of Lexington 10,202,846 pounds for $896,180.36, an average of $8.78 per hundred, while there was sold on the Lexington Market for the same month 4,984,320 pounds for $511,-676.8an average of $10.'27 per hundred, showing the average of the LEXINGTON MARKET to be per hundred HIGHEK than all the other markets of the state combined. 6, Our esteemed contemporarj, Hon. Harry Summers of the Eliznbethtown News, is not pleased wish all the Governor's ideas of economy. In a recent Now Mr. Farmer stop to figure if the tti.202.Mti pom d of tularin whith m sold tn viur home market issue of his Rood paper he says; could have been sold on the Lrtnigton Market, for an advance of Jl ill per hundred, it would have meant ' Governor Stanley's recommen$l.ri2,022. II in your iHickot. Then why not take a day or two longer aid sell on the biggest ami I wit market In dation to take from the Sheriffs of the world. the State the fee for carrying conOur market closed very strong this week and prices on nil grades were will maintained with possibly some victs to the penitentiaries and have mo prison guarus come lor mem types u few bids higher. The general average leing 110.12 per hundred, which shows an advance of 2S cents does not strike in with favor... ..In HON. EL per hundred over last week's average. many Counties of lite State the of- - i We have a sale every dnj in one or more of our hoii.es. hardly pays sufficient to secure fice As to the prices we are getting nnd the wav we look alter vour tobacai ask any one who has sold with the services of a Rood man and in BILL ADMINISTRATION SUBSCRIPTION LAWS. cutting off the fees for carrying us we will stand by anything they say nliout us and ollcit )our t'sdc on that bHsn. prisoners to the penitentiaries takes We advise jou to bring your tobacco on and sell it as soon ns jou can. Subscribers who do not give ex away from the ollice one of the REPRE- INTRODUCED IN HOUSE BY GARRARD COUNTY'S few easy things the Sheriff has to press notice to the contrary are conOur Motto is Prompt and Efficient Service and Courteous Treatment. do for which he receives good pay." sidered as wishing to retnew their subAccording to cur. observation the SENTATIVE. scriptions. sherifts, as a clas9. are the liest paid If the subscribers order a discon officer? of any who serve the State, and Quite a comp'iment was handed to orpurchaseof any proauct or commodity tinuance of their publication the pubIncorporstrd. lour Representative, II. Clay KautTmnn, shall he deemed guilty of conspiracy in lisher may continue to send them until we think the Governor is right when he recommends that this 'easy thing' when he wai intrusted to introduce the restraint of trade, or any person who all dues are paid. KENTUCKY. LEXINGTON, the sheriff has in conveying prisoners ' administration act, which enters into or participates in any trust, If the subscriber refuses to take to the penitentiaries be lopped off. It he did last Monday morning and this agreement or combination to regulate, periodicals from the postollice to which will be remembered that the sheriff is j important bill will be known in the control or fix the price of any product they are.direc.ted, he is responsible un It or manufactured article, or to maintain til he has settled the bill and ordered now getting ten cents per mile for this House, ns the "Kauffman Hill". service, when it only actually costs two I will have the united support of the ad-- 1 such price when so regulated or fixed. the paper discontinued, RECIPE FOR CRAY HAIR. JOHN WADE WALKER, j and one half cents per mile, and those ministration and defines it trust or or to limit the amount of any article of ulj I ex H.ir p.nt "If sjbsenbers move to other places Tj haltmuix'.l of watrrlUrli.i Cuiuki.ml e a manufacturer, t" of Th subject of this sketch was the shall be guilty of con without informing the publisherandthe ftum. a sheriffs who arc from Counties at the monopoly as an association of Aifh to tiw tiAf and i, 01. of Walker and ends of the State sometimes tion of any numberof persons establish-mak- e spiracv in restraint ot trade. papers are sent to the former pddress, mice a iek K.rtn tcume the United third son of John until It Miss Kat'lervne Parke, who has been Walker Any violations of the provisions of the subscriber is held responsible. more than One Hundred Dollars ed or organized having as its object, or fhade Any druusnt inn iui this up or Jnne Knvanaugh FuulKncr ou can mil It ot home al rr nm He was liorn Nov. 7. 1M7 in (iarrard sick with grip for several days is again this act is deemed guilty of a misde of fixing, a tripdn conveying prisoners. We not 'as one of its objects, "The courts have held that refusing KuU direction ' maltinit and e meanor and subject to a fine not to eX' It nlll county Ky. and. with the exception of In school. think that this could bo cut off of fluencing or regulating the supply, to take eriodicaIs from the (lostoffice in each Iwi of It4rti Cmpound streaked. r The sheriff's pay, but several other mand or price of any goods, product or ceed ten thousand dollars, or imprison or removing and leaving them uncalled Ktndu.itly darken itandrurr fuld Kray ten years in Kichmond Ky. he spent hia examinations begins II i hair, ami riin.nn in which Wednesday things and still plenty of good Tien I commodity in the State cf Kentucky or ment in the county jail not to exceed for is primsfacia evidence of intention noon ami will continue for falling hair and ill make harli entire life in the communit th lie died at his home throughout the week. hsir soft nnd Kl"y. U "111 nut color not he was horn. could be induced to serve the public in elsewhere, and provides thai any per- - one year. to defraud. fcilp. I not tl ky or Kreasy. and Nov. 30, l'J15. having just completed The provisions of the act do not ap this important office. In fact, it would son who shall enter into, create, be In the matter of the Honor Hull for "If subscribers osy in advance, they rub off his iVth year. be refreshing to be referred to some come a member of or participate in any ply to any organization or association arc bound to give notice at the end of December we omitted to mention Iena He graduated at Centre College. Dan- Young ami llobert County in this State where good pool, trust or combination in restraint having no capital stock or not engaged the time if thev do not wish to con Cancer of the fourth ville Ky. in InW. While n student In grade. men cannot be procured to serve as of trade of competition or in the im - in the business of buying or dealing in tinue taking it, otherwise the sub LOAN US FIVE "BANGS" College he united with the 1st Presbysheriff on account of insufficient pay. portation, transportation manufacture any article of commerce. senber is responsible until express Our vii I ions rooms of the school buildThe following dispatch trom Wash- terian Church in Danville. But. if our brother is correct in this notice with payment of all arrearages ing are warm, comfortable ami inviting ington says: l'asage of the bill to June ! IS72 he was happily married assumption, we can assure him that is sent to the publisher." this sero weather whkh speaks well have the United States pHy to Iiuis at the Moran family residence to Miss there are many other Counties in which HIGH AVERAGE. SAGERSER. I.andram, administrator of the estate Florence K. only daughter of Mrt. for the heating plant. the sheriff is so much over-paithat The eptdi-niiMr. J. A. Conn Jr.. one of the best of grip which has had, WILL HISTORY REPEAT? of W. J. Iindram, who was Collector Franklin Moran. This marriage was After several years suffering from a the scramble to get this fat job fretobacco raisers in this county, sold his Kevenue in the Kighth dis- hlessed with two children. Mi fUtill the school in its clutches for severs! quently causes considerable disturbance complication of diseases, Mr John M. years ago, lain, was of Internal One hundred Danville lait Friday, that trict of Kentucky from l.T.t to lfSfi, Williams and Dr. Fr.inklin Moran Wal- days is gradually enslng up ami tho and brings about the expenditure of K.ii'Ner. aev.1 7S veurs. died at hisicrop in "a year without a summer." Will as commissions on collections ker a piactislng physician ami Deacon vacant seals are nearly all taken again. l large sums of money both in the pri- home near the mouth ot Sugar Creek brought him the high average twenty history repeut Itself this year, it being f., round for his entire crop, Mts. Tmld, teacher of expression, from l7t to lc7i, was urged today in in the Crescent Hill I'reshj terian church maries and in the final elections, and in on January 16th. He was buried in the cents a the one hundredth anniversary of that a reHirt of Itepresentative Stel hen, Iiuisvillc Ky. He is survned tiv his was called to Franklin Tenn. because many instances this is on account of family burying ground near the home. momentous year, says the Cans Demo of Mississippi, chairman of the House widow, these tno cblklren. one mstei of th.- - sernHM illness of her grandmothI ITTF P I ATP of , the pay being out of proportion to the Mr. Sagerser was the father-in-lacrat. In 1S1G it snowed every month Lllllili Committee on Claims. Under the act Mrs. Klizabeth IVntiv of Lexington er. Mrs. Todd will not meet her class-e- s duties of the office. There is one thing Mr. J. II. Witt, of this citv, having! in the ear. An old man in Kentucky Uwmg to the unavoidable delay in of 172 collectors were entitled to com Kv, one brother, Mr. A. K. Walker of this Week. certain it would be difficult to convince married his mother about thirteen vears told me he had heard his grandfather of tier cent, of Garraid county, ami a large numlwr of the shipment of five tonj of "news missions of Catherine llourno of the Junior class the burdened tax payer that the pay of ago. He leaves no children. of that year and one incident hail the Record is coming out just a little talk the total collections on distilled spirits. nephews und nieces, win, mourn the gee to Dsnvillo wi'li her parents who the sheriff is inadequate, and not sufHi late this week. Sheet news is ailvanc impressed itself on his mind. The estate of Collector Landraiii re departure of one whom they all loved. have moved there. ficient with the Governor's recommendaHer many class SAD DEATH. ing every week in price und at times it grandfather said that he and his "girl' ceived his commissions from lrW) to lie united with the I'alnt Lick church mates regret In see her go. She will tion complied with. is almost impossible to get a shipment. started for a fourth of July celebra- lfS."i and tne present bill is to ohtain August lTl under the wstrnte of th In our opinion the system in effect enter school tbre. Friends nnd relatives received the ' tion, but Were compelled to turn back the commissions for the llrsl four Win. Crow ami one month by which sheriffs and other County of sad news of the sudden death of Mrs. although our order for the above lot on account of u Mia Weli'j's music class is steudilv terrific snow storm years of his term of ollico. provision late l'ev. laler was ordained a ileaemi. tin Aug- growing in immU-r-s. ficcrs are paid should be reformed. The Sadie Chaires Davis, of Jacksonville Flu, bus been in for several weeKs. Some tne out man ioiu me mat in the spring She has several fee system which was adopted many which occured last Tuesday. She was of our rural subscribers may be a day of 1817 his grandfather and nt.other man for which was omitted by attorneys ust -- I, la"., he was made an elder. new Hipil thw week. n as Hie The bill, rewrted He moved tu Kichmond Ky in l.it to for the estate. ago is now thoroughly antiquated the daughter of Mrs. Sallie Salter late in getting their paper, but the dt-- 1 rode from Kentucky on years well as girl are availing IhemtulMS of horseback into favorably, was introduced bv Itepresen-tutiv- e lay was unavoidable und we trust it educate his children aixl the family put an and should be reformed and there Chaires and Thomas Chuires and spent Pennsylvania and paid $5 per bushel for opKirtiiiiity to take music. will not happen again. Helm. their letters In the 1st clmrili. He was should be substituted therefor a sS' some of her girlhood and school days in seed wheat with which to plant th The gills m Miss Kobinwin's sewing soon made an elder in the church there. tern by which all County and State of Lancaster. She lias many friends and lieliis. ino past ear was a step in In UM1 he returned to his farm ami class are entering into their work with ficers are paid by salaries. If this wns relatives here who sympathize with her DISTRESSING. that direction. We did not have two RESOLUTIONS The was again made an elder in the Paint renewed energy ami enthusiasm. done the sheriffs of the State as well loved ones in their great bereavement. Several cases of poverty was un- weeks of real summer weather during Lick church. us many other County officers would Surviving her ore three daughters: lie terved the church ill work that is being d'ine by this class is the entire year. Possibly the weather Adopted By The Session Of Paint Lick really worth while and there are large cold an ollicialeaHicity for forty three jears. not be receiving on Hn average of more Mrs. James It. Taylor, of Miami; Miss earthed during the recent man was waiting for the one hundredth He was one of four brothers, ull of possibilities for this work. than one half what they now get, and Mary Long Davis, of Jacksonville, Mrs here in the city, but a few of th good anniversary to roll around so Church. that his There is un awakening of u general whom were elders In the Paint Lick the public would be just us well served, Logan N. Hock, of Frankfort, Ky, two j people responded liberally to their aid torv might a chance to repeat have Also other officers would be reduced in sons, Chairs I!. Davis, of Madison, and and much clothing, fuel and food was itself, We the session of Faint Lick chuich church with but one left Mr. A. K. character relative to the teaching of moral nnd religious truth in Hie public proportion in many Counties of the George H. Davis, of Miami; one sister, furnished them. It seems thut u would humbly recognize the sovereign Walker. charitable organization should betaken Mr. Wrlker was no ordinary charac- sebools of this country. The schools of State and this fund could be turned in Mrs, Charles Granger, of Sabring. t!od who doeth ull things authority of up here, so that such cases us these HISTORY REPEATS ITSELF. well nnd the Lord Jesus Christ our ter. He would have lievii a leading Seattle. Spokune, Tucoinn, Hirniiiigham, to the malting of better toads, or some i could be promptly looked after, for other useful purposes. man in uny church or cominiiiiity. The Grand Itapids. De Muines nnd New Mrs. Mary S. Ilarhee of Denver Colo. Saviour as the Great lloadof theehurch. DOTY. of them ure worthy und the good York City are trying out experiments The Governor's recommendation Whereas in the remuval of our dear- church, the community ami the county I neonle has sent leaflets from a hymnal and an of the town should come to their music to the ears of thousands of tax all leeogmze the removal of n iiiimi in this direction. There is a crying Capt. John G. Doty, aged h7 years: aid. which belongid to her great ly beloved brother. .1. Wado Walker, almanac need today for the development of tho payers, who are giving him praise for we would not attempt to assign the useful life. He was richly Pleswd of and a widely known citizen of thiscoun grandfather, Kev. Thomas Williams to his suggestions in reform and we ex what (iod has done, but in God with a magnitlreut physique and a fundamental elements of character home of his son, JohnG, BREAD THE STAFF OF LIFE Mrs. Fisher Herring, whose stone tarni reason for pect to hear of him recommending in ty, died at the huml'lu submission to divine wiKiiom, striking ami commanding personal ap- that results m complete manhood and Dotv, Jr.. near Murksbury, Tuesday house was lmilt and occupied by this addition to what he has already done morning. While womanhood. The inculcation of tho it was known thut he The advertisement of Davidson and early Kentucky Methodist minister at we would say "even so Father for so it pearance. He was lileed with a line principles that the State abandon the fee system was u bulferer from llright's disease, Doty which of truth, honesty nnd sobriety mind, well develowd und well balanced, hath teemed good in thy iglit." appears in every issue of the close of the eighteenth century. and adopt instead the (.lacing of public Therefore be it resolved bv the session liut better than ull, he hud n Im art tluit in the minds of voulli in its adolescent yet his iriends and relatives did not the ICecoid, makes interesting reading. the nymns aiu Hone in puiimniiship olhciers upon salaries, 1. That with an abiding fkith in the was in keeping with his large body and period, in the formative stage of life, realize that the end was w near. Capt fc)r they ure pushi.ig a line, o; f blend as delicate und perfect us script, strong mind, a heart that had been is the sownigti tusk of education, Doty was an old confederate soldier thai makes your mouth "wa ter" to that the pioneer hymnals were wisdom and goodness of God our Heavenly Father wo humbly submit to His tuuehed by God's spirit that m.ld it to Tlie world today is calling, us never und did gallant service for the cause ut Kaze UH)nThis enterprising firm hus in RICHMOND BAND before, for young men of sound body, with emotions of love to his Woodbury Tenn., nndutChickamuugua. secured the exclusive agon;y for the The ulniuuac, to which the leaves be- will in the removal of our brother and throb trained intellect and high morals. Thu from the church militant to Chosen For Duly Al Slate Functions. was a Captain of a local compuny He LITTLi: JIKITAIN" bread und fresh longed, was for the jutr 17i)l. From He accepted fully the culvinutic doc- institutions of training cannot supply and shipments ure received daily from Dan thy verses of warning against the the church triumphant and glorious. of the Second Itegiment Itand of State guards before the war Officers No educational system is 2. That we put on record our testi trine of salvation by grace nnd his only the demand. Hie ranks vilie. wheie it is manufactured by the "dram shop" and other evils of the day won his title in this way. of the Kentucky State Guards, at Kich- complete that does not measure up tn of these old soldiers ure thinning rapid- "S.iop Perfect." They cutry ut all and the sage prose adviser concerning mony as to the fidelity with which he hope wus in the atoning Mood ot Jesus mom', having been notified by Adt. Christ. He was mi humble child of Plato's standard of giving to the body ly in this county and thoje rental ing times the "I.il tie Urituin" loaf, Ky health und general conduct it gives served his and our Lord und Muster, (iod. Gen. S. Tandy Kill's, that that band hid lie has gone from us hut the and to the soul of the beauty und nil of will shed a silent tear at the loss of Graham Krimp, Wheat, Vienna, evidence of having been un issue of Jesus Christ. For forty three vears he been designated as the official band for served the church in un ollicialcapucity power und iiillueuce of his 'character the perlection of which they lire capable. another comrade. Capt. Doty was u ICulsen re u u und Iresh rolls, Hichard's Almanack", "Poor that state duty by Governor Stanley and is will be felt, us long as any live, who Are the schools meeting this mpreiuo of the Presbyterian church at classic umong almanacs that annually till the Master said to him "Well dune ordered to report at Frankfort to play member Lick and the funeral services test? emanated from the press of Ilenjauun good and faithful servant". Wo shall knew this godly man und remember reception that Ij to be given to Old Taint for the FOR LANCASTER. Hero is the letter written by Hugh by his pastor, Kuv. W. MESSAGES Franklin. This wus published until lT'Jd. miss his presence in the session, with his clean und upright life. is an exceptional were conducted the legislators. This ami i ileum u voice I mill Heaven Watson, aged 12, a iieivsiiunor carrier. afternoon, M. Kldridge, Wednesday lieginning last Sunday night, the It is unusual that sucli frail fragments his wise council and delightful fellow good band and gave some fine music saying umo me, write. Blessed are the of Oklahoma City, which took the $10 ultcr whicli burial services took place ministers of this city are giving special of early times are returned to the very ship. and took a prominent part in the II. That we extend tc his family oar dead which die in the Iird from hence cash prize ollered by a bank for the in the Lancaster cemetery. He is sur- sermons en live subject in their meet room in which they were originally inaugural ceremonies lust month. heart felt sympathy and love in their lottli; i en sullli thu spirit thut (hey best UK) words how to save money: vived by four children, three sons and ings ut the various churches. These held after a removal lusting for genera-lion"I think people should savo u purt of onu daughter, all of whom are residents meetings ure union in character and Mrs. Ilsrlieo lived in Lancaster bereavement und commend them to the may rest from their labors und their BOTH ARE GOOD. everything they inuke. If they do they of Garrard county. being d daughter of the. keeping of our Covenant God. .May Ho works do follow them will be he'd at one of the four churches in her This is the tribute of his pastor who will nppreciute It tome day. at this time graclcusly give to lliem Hoys late Judtre Nicholas Sandlfer. ami every Sunday night for four weeks." We are usked, "What is the best iwtl!t consciousness of Ills love und knew him intimately and loved him de should make budgets to go by und A good crowd heard liev. A. J, Clere sister of Mr. Joseph Sandlfer, both one ' conundrum and answer you ever heard?" FISCAL COURT strictly udhere to them. The boy can presence. Alio may neaven uuuy oe votedly. speak at the Christian church last Sun time citizens of the town. That which was answered by a minsao his picture thow money, cundy Of her relatives now residents of come more real with the uddeil uttruc day night, his theme being "The Maister who was asked by a vain woman MEETS TODAY. ster's money and money that he spends for Rendered Town a Service. View." The services will be con Lancaster are her cousins, Mesdames tion of the loved ono whom God has regarded as the most which hand ho Native "That's i:ph llasklns over marbles, tops, ttiys, etc. They should Judge C. A. Arnold has called the ducted at the Ituptist church next Sun- Klijali Harris, Solon Henry und Win. transferred from earili to heaven. beautiful. And he replied, "Ask the thero. Son of tho man that put our save at least S rents or 10 cents a week, 4. That these resolutions ho recordpoor, and they will tell you that most entire Fiscal Court to meet in session day night, by Key. S. II. I'ollitt and Luwson. ed in the minutes of the session, a copy town on tho map." Visitor "How did und moru if iossible. beautiful hand is the hand that gives." today with Architect Webber and con he has announced his subject; "Our ho do It!" Native "Mado a speShould Be Enough. be sent to the family, one the Christian "Hoys cun cut lawns, run errands, Next to It is the reply of a banker tractor Haymcnd to pass on the work Men's Need Of Church Services." If you bcllovo what you say when Observer and the county paper for cial point to go to New York to die. chop kindling and bring In coul furpeo The meetings begin promptly at 7:15 who was asKed, "Why Is a promissory recently done on our court bouse. This and tho papers thero had, right out you aro saying It you are doing pretty p'aln under tho death notice, 'Dung, pie, hvery little bit helps u little bit note like a rosebud? He answered, work is about completed and with a and the public is cordially invited. woll without bciug hold to strict ac- publication. J. II, Woods. more. The idea is to save money, not town papers pleats copy,' "Puck. "Jlecause it matures on falling dew." few more little details, will be turned Other announcements will be given out countability for It years afterward. Cletk of session Faint I.Ick church. to spend it as fast as you make It." next Sunday, over to the court. Hichmond CLAY KAUFFMAN ANTI-TRUST LEXINGTON TOBACCO WAREHOUSE COMPANY. Anti-Tru- ' SCHOOL NOTES. combina-extrem- Wiii-nii- ! tht de-th- 't mid-yea- J,i d e IllO-il- J one-ha- 1 ' ' i jm-jn- g - hand-writin- I 1 girl-hoo- Times-Dispatc- 1 I.KlaA-w5Ml- - - The Central Record, Thursday Jan 20, 1916 OLIVER AND SYRACUSE Hill Side Plows and Gossip About) Jfeopie erg Tsjiiair rsN-.F- Points vjp vr mi o A THREE VULCAN PLOWS AT $8. EACH Buggies and Buggy Robes at Cost. l.rl.f M,i.b,in Gvinj. LyThui ( Vi't t.J li, ComlnM Art Inlerfittil Iloli llrown and .loc Archer left for Illinoln, Mr. Claud (ietkev f Lincoln lias moved to (iarrnrd. Hun-la- y MOORES HEATERS At COST American Fence, John Deer Wagons, the Best Wagon on the market. Your account Is due. Come In and sec us. county Mayor L. (!. Dauidsoti was n visitor in D.inville the past week. Mia Hnllle Iiii Myers has been in llrvnntaville vixilini; friemls. Miss Lelin llenttv wiut in ltichmond Sunday visilinK her inrenl. Mlsi llensie i'nilher is in Lexinnton vlsltini; Mis Pearl Sebastian Miss Kmmn Hughes llnya of Stanford was n recent visitor in Lancaster. Mm. J. A. Anion was in Cincinnati laH week fur a stay of leverut daya. Miss Norn KetnrJy of Owentdxiro is the cuttst uf .Mrs. J. Ibxkwell Smith. Mr. and Mis. .lease Gulley were in ICiclitimml the past week visitinu' friemla Mr. nevelnud Jtue lias been in Stanford visiting her mother Mm. Helle Perkins. Mr. V. A. Lear was in I'anville the past week where besokl Ills tohacni nt ii J. E. Mount, Sm & Co. The Square Deal House. u WILL PAPE My Stock is Complete and Prices Low. R. E. nood pi ice. Mrs. Lula Drake, of Nicliolnsville. has accepteil a o.itmii with the lojeph Mercantile I'o. Mrs. J. C. Ilubanks of Stanford was a recent visitor of her sister. Mrs. I leveland I lone. .Mrs J. il. Paxtuu of Stanford, was over ruesdav to witness the Kinnainl-I'ord- . MoRobsrts. NURSE wedding. AN OLD-TIM- E Mls Virginia llnume is in I'xinKton for a visit to Iter brother, Mr. Krnest liourne and wife. Miss Nancy lin has ruturnisi to her home in Ma.bson county ufler a visit to Miss I. id a Knney. Mrs. Powell Duncan of N'iclinlasville is the Kiel of h- -r lUuKhttT. Mrs. Samuel (i. Iiaselden. Miss Catherine Iloiirnc has gone to Danville to reside with her parents ami will enter College there. CURED Of Catarrh of the Stomach by Peruna MRS. SELENA TANNER, Athens, Ohio. This Cure Dates From October 3, 1899. Oet Sept. April 3, 1839 1901 1506 After II, 23, "Catarrh nf llio stoma' h Won neatly starved. Ivruna have n rixsI npiHtlte." "1 can annum you that I am still a friend of IVruna. My health In Htlll 1 a friend of lVrtina. Will l in Ions as I live I kifi It In the house nil Ilia time." 18, 1907 "I recommend l'eruna often that they mil m Dec. l'eruna recommends Itself the IVruna doctor, wIhni ome tried." 27, 1903 "I ill! tell everyTxidy I ran. that I'cruna la tho Dee. lii tlu) world." lull 15. 1909 Aug. "IVruna rnvml my life years nco. I Mill take It ben 1 have it old." Poruna, 'I wa threatened with pneumonia, 4, 1310 Jan. saved me." -I am Klad lo do anything I ran for IVruna." 17, 1912 May C. 1914 a nurc, IVruna has helped "I have always May me In my work mole than all other medicines." "t have divided mv tiottte of I'cruna with pcoplo) Mar. 21 1915 many limes. K always l.cips " qujtit.oni givo a vague glimpse of the correspondence-wThe hive hid vlth Mrs. Tanner .inco 1390. Our filet, which cover twenty-fiv- e yeirt. IncluJe many similar correspondent. -"- Vm, I am mill kI" Dr. Kimmird was in Crab Orchard to assist In the amputation of the left foot of .Mr. Garner Price. The many friends of Mr. Jack liourne They say that Cupid strikes the match, will be Kld to know that he is some That sets the heart agio. la grippe. better lifter a siece of Hut where does Cupid strike the match Hoover has returned to Mrs Herman Is what we'd like to km w. her homo in Georgetown, Mr. John L. Smith accompanied her for a visit. CIIATHAN-SIMPSON. Mr. anil Mrs. At nine thirty o'clock, Tuesday morning Jiiny 18th, the hime of Dr. and' Mrs, .lame li. Kinnainl was the scene f one of tlw prnttii t home weddings1 ever solemnimd in this community, when their d.iughter. Mlfs 1'ntsv McKee. nmj Mr. Klijn Kvans Fold. nn nf Mrs. William A. Arnold left Monday jJudgo A. I). Ford, Were united in the to reside with her Bister. Mrs. Henry ""'V "orals of matrimony in n most Im II. Hall nt Winchester. Mrs. Arnold's prelslve ceremony, by Uev. F. M. friends here regret ery much der. The architectural features of this that she has concluded to leave I an- beautiful home, which so well suited caster, especially tlitnc associated. with uch an occasion, were futher enhnnccd her in church work. She was nn ef. hy the lovimess or thedeeorativeeirect. llcient ollicor in the C. W. II. M. nuxil-- ! White and green was iHeil, white . and also taught u class in the nation being the (lower of the Mirority, Chi Omega, to which the bride belong- Christian Sunday School for the seven years. led. The parlor was artistically decorated In pntted plants, ferns nnd vines, The following will interest readers of vases of white car the Record. "Mr. ami Mrs. Alfred colonial candles and llrent, of Lexington, are in Flr.riila on nationj were everywhere In evidence. This occasion has been looked forward their iMineymiMiii. Mrs. llrent before her mnrriace was Mis Annell Tomlin-so- to by their many friends for sometime of Lancaster. Having spent sever- and long before the appointed hour, the al weeks at Jacksonville, St. Augustine house was filled with invited friemls and the lireukers, Mr. and Mrs. llrent ami relatives, who came to witness this returning by all imKirtnt event. Immediatelv prehave gone to Cuba ceding the wedding ceremonv, Mr Why of New Orleans "- - From Klorida Charley Doty, sang, "Because" in his letter in Cimriur Journal. own inimitable way, followed by tiiu Mrs. II. M. Hanlin has isueil very sweet strains ot the wedding march, attractive invitations to a beautiful beautifully rendered bv Miss Helen reception in lienor of her daughter inGill, then citne tht brnle and groom, law, Mrs. Kluneser M. Hardin, next unattended, and stood under the nrcb Saturday afternoon at her buiiKalow on way which was festooned in southern Hardin .ivetiue. with Mrs. smilnx it ml white carnations. The Hardin wil be Mesd.imes Kbenezer charming bride never looked mote M. Hardin. II. C. Ilohon. ti.I.ert Hardbeautiful than she did on her wedding ing, of Danville and .M?ss llnldon Harmorn attired in a white broad cloth with din. Mrs. W. P. Hnrvery. Mis Libhie fur trimmings and hat to match. She Payne Margaret Haiding. of Dinville; carried a large colonial boUel of pink Mattie Miller Allni and Minnie IUII roses tied with pink ribbon which gave Moore will assist in entertaining. One a charming touch to her toilet. The hundred and twentv five invitationa groom was ImmNomely attired in nsuit have been issued and a number of out of dark navy blue and looked his best. of town guestanteexpected.-IIarrods. on this grnnd occasion. burg Leaner. Tii" li de is an accomplished nnd Misses Martha Kavnnaugli and Nancy talented young lady, she possesses the gave a delightful small parly attributes of character that have made Walkej in honor of Mrs. McKoherts house her life a pleasure to her friends and a guest. Miss Harriet Crouch, of Clarks-vill- e cnmtnrt to her family and she will he a Tenn. The invited guests met at jewel in the home of the man of her Stormes' on the rezznlnine llnor, and choice. The groom is in everyway from there went to the moving picture worthy of her, being moral, industrious show, where they occupied the boxes and one of our best business oung and enjoyed seeing Margaret Clark in men. the "Goose Girl". After the picture The happy couple left at once for ti show they went to the Masonic Club southern trip and will spend most of room which had been beautifully deco- their time in New Orleans. rated in hearts, cupids, bows anil arThe presents were many and varied, rows suggestive of leap year and Val- but all were beautiful nnd the quantity entine. This jolly party then played attested the popularity of this young .",00" after which delightful refreshcouple. ments were served which atill further carried out the Valentine idea, the Use Algerian Brier Roots. Algerian brier roots are now used in cakes and ices being heart shaped. y -' Miss Minnie Itnznok ami her brother, Mr. T. llazook, are stopping nt the Kengnrlan. The annual visit nf these two Interesllnt: reiiple la looked forward In bv the ladles with pleasure as they curry n lino of good they cannot sell else where, such lis foreign em-- 1 broidery, Imported kimonas and im- imrted dresses, beside oriental rugs. KINNAIRD-FORD- . I LIVE STOCK HUSBANDRY Proper Mel I r 5 s YOU 1.1, Page 5 "n FIND IT IN THIS COLUMp. a A V FOK SALK n,t n e Mr V. C. Davis has moved his tailoring establishment over Ihe Male House (.Prepared i,y I ..ih'l St itc ileinrtmrnt t,f barber shop, where you can get your narlcultur,clothes cleaned and pressed on short A well selected butchering outfit and notice. l.fi .It a convenient place Uit working are ImFor Sale Or Kent. portant considerations at bos killing time To ulil In this work deuionstn), Nice home ennvi i i, ntly 'situated, fee thin sM'eiallsts of the ileiwrtiiieut niir-ZtJ. W. Klnioreor.l. !'. Iiaselden, n hiiiidy and complete "kit." This consists of two bulcher knives, two Tor Sale Or Rest. "hell" or "eaiidleiitli'k" scraper, a meat Hour? and lot on Lexington Street. saw nnd n steel. The meat Mrs. Susan Fisher, saw is for "iwing down the bitckbona ntnl cutting up the eiiretin. The "cnu for Rent. illestkk" scniier hnvo detachable bun dies and nre used to remote the hnlr I desire to rert the btick residence and Kcurf from tlie !iok. a long waterproof apron, which will protect the now occupied by W. C. Davis, for the ear !!!(!. Fisher Herring. Is- - bad nt small cost. clothing, Preparation sf Animals Tor Slaughter. For Sale, to thirty sli hour fast. A twenty-fou- r Hotel. Livery llarn nnd two Houses Plenty of wnier. careful hniidllns and ill sell cheap if gold berest hefnre -- i are all Important and Lots Good pluce to, fore March 1st l'Jlfi. make money. Call or write for other particulars. G. W. Rice, Paint Lick. Kv, For Sale. Two beautiful mahogany pianos liko new. Fine tot e. Bargains $R2o.OO each II. Greenup, cash. Address 017 S. 2nd St.. Louisville Ky. iodjof Slaughtering IIos good Mnores Air-Tig- Heater. Mrs J. Itnckwrll Smith. g I have a good lot of clean. Sweet Clover sted for sale. Home raised. Levi Elam.Crab Orchard. Ky.. Route No. 'J. I!OW OF I'AIISI KILLED IIOOS. J. A. Kobin.on and ; j daughters of Danville were here Tueswedding. day fur the Kinnaird-KuiMr. and Mrs. Wade Ilamption and little liumpton Jr.. nf Pnintsville have taken rooms at Mrs. C. 1). Well's. Mr. Morgan the aged father of Mrs. It. J Lewis has been dangerously ill of pneumonia at In r home on Water St. After a of overthrce years, the marriage of Misa Ilessie Chatman to Mr. John Simpson, both of Nicliolnsville, was brought to a happy ending yesterday when they were joined in wedlock at the country home of Mr. and Mrs. Hogan I'allard, near Ilryants-villi- -. inSSXStnM3XPCP(S3BiX3SmMSmmWmWmU Miss itintmmi will he pleasantly re membered as the musician nt the LanMiss Gladys Friable, who has been caster Opera House where she charmconfined to her home with a severe at- ed the audience so often with her tack of "grip", is uble to be outagain. lehghtful music. Mr. Simpson is a farmer of Jessamine and Mcedamcs II. A. II. Marksbury and well to-dII. Clay Sutton were in Danville the owns a nice home in Nicliolnsville. past weekviiiting Mrs. Lewis Landrail'. PRATIIER-STAP- A Check 5 li fa fur tin nimify votinve and utile liow. iniicli more res lit'ctfiilly your i rt'tlittirs yttn They like lo ilo Imsincss with ii innii wIid dril T VittV"SZ2 sas -r- - has an Garrard account ut Bank & tilt! Miss Leota Kay has returned to Frankfort after u few days visit with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. P.. II. Kay. Mr lloyd Cohliron of Paint Lick and Mis.' Dora McCoy of Lexington were united in marriage in tiie citv of Jef- fersonville. Mrs. Harold .OMIuim of Kicliinoud s was here for and u visit to her parents. Judge and theKinuaird-Foriluuptail- P. The marriage of Miss Kunice Prather to Mr. James Stapp was solemnized in Lexington last Monday afternoon at the residence of Dr. Fortune, that gentleman olliciating. Miss Kunice is the beautiful daughter uf Judge J. P. Frallier mid is just out of her teens. She is uuiversially popular in this city. where she has lived for the past ten Mrs. C. A. Arnold. years. Trust Co. Heller They know lie is doing business in h busiiss like way. mien xurh an account even if your ntfntra are nut hirgi will grow nil right Ihey Miss Mary Nuel has returned to her home in Danville after a pleasant visit with her sifter. Mis. James llurniim Woods of Paint Lick. The Garrard Bank A FAST MOVING &. Trust Company IS WORTH .Mr. Stapp is a young business man of Lexington ami is to he congratulated I in upon the prize that he has won. mediately after the marriage they left over the (jueen and Ciesccnt for the Miss Alice Hudson Kigney was the South where they will spend their hon cliarniing young hostvMi at n 'Chilling ey moon. Tile best wishes of the Kec Dish' party to a number of joung onl together with ttuir friends, go with thein. friends on Saturday evening. NICKLE MORE THAN A SLOW DOLLAR. SO Long running of accounts means loss of money, loss or 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-pl- y with these terms. No merchant can compete with the mail order house or (he cash store for longer terms than these, so tradeith us, pay your account promptly and you will be happy and prosperous during the New Year. Compare our prices for they are right. udveiu Mrs. Cria Furria, of Denver Colorado, have been received by friends ami re hero ut their old home. Mr. Geo. Huddad of Ilrower's Store of Lexington, will be ut the Womuns Club Tuenlay morning with a display uouy is coror Urlentai uugs. dially invited to inspect tlitm. Mrs li. H. McKoberts was tho hostess on Sunday at it beautifully arranged dinner parly in honor of her guest, Miaa Harriot Crouch, of Clurksvillo, Tenn. Covers were I "id for twelve guests. The Trnining Class will meet with ZIMNER--WALKEand Miss Mrs. Kmmn Uigginbotlinut Again cupul haa In en successful in Susie llrnkhear Ibis evening (Tbumlav) . L. the matrimonial field here and this time Lnwsoii. at the hiime nf Mrs has gatheted under hia wings two more Mrs. A. II. Itlev of Kichmond. Iml.. of our most popular young people, in d who is in Danville with her sister, Mrs. started them out ucross the sea of life Iiuia Landrnm i" expected soon for n together. No little burprise visit to her mother. Mrs. II. A. II. ed among the friends and relatives of Muiksbury. Mr. Green Clav Walker and Mia Klsic Mrs. J oil n Shackelford anil children .iiumer when it w is learned that they of Columbus Ohio aru witli Mrs. Kiiiinu iiad driven by uuto to Richmond, where KaiilTninii and family. Mr. Sliackelfoid they caught the fast train for Coving; and family will leave shortly for Lin- ton and were married in that city tctilay afternoon, by Father Ilillen coln Nebraska. ileiiutlfill little cards announcing the mever. A telegram to the parents ot of u girl in the home of Dr. and the bride this morning announced these facta. Misa L'lsio is the only daughter of Mr. til id Mrs. It, .iininer, proprietor uf the Ketigarhin Hotel, and has spent moat all of her life in this city, having graduated with honors from the High She ia school here a few years ugo. loved by every body nnd is tin accou ; plished mill cultured young lady to which are added the womanly graces and sterling wot tl) that tend to tnako lilshly Important that the All persons having claims against the be not excited In any way to raise the temperature of estate of J. J. Thompson, deceased, the body If the animal becomes heat-- will present them to the undersigned, cd It Is better to allow It to rest over properly proven, by March 1st. night before killing than to risk spoil J. II. uid J. F. Thompson, Admrs. Ing the meat. It Is nSo essential that' the hog be carefully handled so as not to hrulse Its Isnl.v HEMP SEED FOR SALE. Points on Killing. It Is customary on the farm to stun' To the farmers who are thinking of hogs liefore sticking tbcui. although In sewing hemp for the year I9IC, I will some localities this is not done. An pipcmaklng. other method Is liy shooting the hog) sell you your seed as cheap as possible and buy your hemp at the highest How-through the head with a title Optimistic Thought. ever, extraordinary ca"e hould ho ex market price. Thousands arc hated, but II. 3. Cox. ercUed In using a rl'.le around farm oved, without a real cause. buildings. After stunning by a heavy blow- - on the center of tl. forehead im- j Abating Smoke Nuisance. KEL LY TOBACCO SEED. mediately nliove the eyes with a po',e- An electrical smoko abatement de ax the edit Im Ii inili:it mailed Only genuine Kelly Improved Hurley vice has been Invented whereby tho particles of soot aro charged by cur- knife Is Inserted Into the ling's throat seed tobtainable, direct from raiser, In the under portion or 'he neck to n who rent led through flno wires In a smokehas been champion hurley grower Kilnt Just in fi .nl of the chest cmlty. stack until they unlto and becomo of Kentucky for last twenty five years. enough to fall into a receptacle. hut not Into tl.is cavity. The knife Is Supply limited. $1.00 per ounce. Send heavy given n twl-- t mid sideward motion to sever the blood vessels and allow the mail orders to. Ii. L. Kelly & Sons. lly layln : the hog on Feeding Ferns. blood to How It. 1. Lancaster, Ky. Ferns should bo fed onco every two one side unit elevating the ham end to four weeks with dilute nltrato ot the blood will gravitate freely. soda solution, very dilute ammonia Proper Temperature of Water For. NOTICE. water, manure leachings, prepared Scalding and Scraping. plant food, or ground bone and wood All persons having claims against A barrel Is the receptacle commonly ashes. used for scalding. If It ! set at the, the estate o' Sallie McConnack, deproper slant, w ith the open end against ceased are requested to prove their n table or platform of the proper height claims, as required under the Statutes, And He's Welcome to Them, fastened, and tile with the undersigned, or bis atsecurely A Philadelphia doctor says that any and the Isittoni substanco that will absorb milk or there Is little danger of accident. A torney, G. C. Walker, ut once. This cream Is a good broakfast food. Thcro strong table built for the purpose lath day of January l'JIG. would be a very desirable thing en enough howling cats In Jackson-vlllaro Joe McCormack. Admr. to keep tho professor la break- which to work, though It Is not absoA box often serves lutely necessary fasts all his life. Florida very well The water for scaldbig GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT should be heated to the boiling ol3t Plaintiffs, This will allow for tt reduction of tetn John F. Collier's Heirs, How Hard Work Affects the Blood. put Into n pcrnture when the water VS. -- NOTICE. Recent experiments show that tho cold Uirrel. the best temperature for Defendants. number of roil corpuscles, and there- scalding the hogs being Horn U." de- W. T. Nelson's Heirs, Notice is hereby given that W. II. capacity of grees to 150 degrees, lie careful not fore tho Brown, Master Commissioner of the the blood, are Increased by labor suf- to have the water hot as to cook the Garrard Circuit Court, will tit in his ficient to cause nn appreciable amount akin of the hog If the water Is too ollice in Lancaster, Ky., beginning of perspiration. If there Is no perspiraot the hair Is likely to set. A small January 23, 11)11!, and continuing to ation thcro is no such Increase. shovelful of hardwood ashes added to January 2tf, 11)111. to receive claims the water nlds materially In removing and hear proof on claims against the the scurf from the body, though It has estate of W. T. Nelson und wife, deMade From Wood Pulp. loosening the hair. A lump ceased, and all iersons w ho have claims All sorts of hardwato articles aro no effect In against tho said estate are hereby now compounded of tho pulped tissues of lime, n handful of soft soap, a little notified to present them properly tablespooufiil of conceit proven of trees that onco swayed gracefully phio tar or a before me nt the said time. trated lye has the same effect. In some northern forest cigar and W. II. Brown. M. C. G. C. C. How to Scald n Hog. clgaretto holders, fancy combs, umThe hoi should not be w aided beforo brella materials. Dims and a hundred life Is extinct, or the blood vessels nef r GARRARD CIRCUIT other things. COURT. the surface of the skin will be cooked, giving a reddish tinge to the carcass. Plaintiff, Surah DennyV Adm'r.. Nature's Equalization. While being scalded the hog should be VS. - NOTICE. A peculiarity of deaf cats Is that moved constantly to avoid cooking the Defendants, they seem to havo a very great sense sklu. Occasionally tt should be drawn Sarah Denny's Heirs. Notice is hereby given that W. II, It Is out of the wnlir to air when the hair of fouling In their feet pads. almost an Impossibility for a heavy may be "tried.' As soon us the hair Brown, Master Commissioner of the in his will Gnrrnril animal to approach a deaf cat from and scurf slip easily from the surface olllco in Circuit Curt. Ky , sit beginning Lancastir. lehlnd without giving It warning, and scalding Is complete. If It H MisptH'teil Jiiniiiii'V L'.'i, HUli, and continuing to this may bo attributed to tho oxiromo that the water Is too hot scald the him! miliary 2", l''ltl, to receive claims and sensitiveness ot tho cat's feet record- end of the hog tlrst. If the water Is ton hear Vtoof.on claims against the esing tho slightest tremor of tho bet and you oversea Id the head you tate ut Sarah Do my, decessed, and all ground. will bo adding to Ihe trouble of serins persons who have claims against the Ing the part most illtllctilt to clean said estate are hereby notified to prethem properlv proven lefore me When the witter Is about right begin sent said time. Light Repels Mosquitoes. at Ihe of by scalding tho head. According to a suburban resident W. II. Brown. M. C. G. C. C. The scraping anil elonnliu of the Now York city, red glass or red dipped bog's sklu should bo ilouv as soon as lamps do not attract inos-- ! jiosslblo after removal of the animal Incandescent qultocs In tho way that tho ordinary frotn Scraping n cold the scalding lly Installing low bog is dllllcult. Ifvat. an Impossible white light does, not candlepowcr red lamps on porches task. Where It Is necessary to reverse where only general Illumination is nec- the position ot the hog In the barrel to essary, It Is said that persons may complete Bcaldlug the Krtlou scalded enjoy comparatlvo immunity from should be cleaned attempting to mosquitoes, just as If uo lamps were rcald the other end of the hog. used. When the hair starts readily remove the animal from the water mid beglu Icniplng. The "bell" scniiKT should j It Is s ' , --j ' o Times-Uniooxygen-carrylii.1 In hcctiring meat In the best condition for use, either fresh or for curing purStock certificate No. Hfi32 for $70.-1poses. Food In the Monmcll decom- shares and certilicate No. 14G.T3 for poses very rapidly after Matishter. and $12.72 shares in the Ilurlev Tobacco where the droning Is slow the pai-e- s Co. Finder plene return to generated often affect the flavor of tho 3t-pN. T. Grow. Hryantsville. be given freely meat. Water up to the time of slaughter, as It keeps the temperature normal. LOST, TOE. MONEY b-- MISSISSIPPI UNO FOR SALE TO LOAN 1 jved with n long, a weeping movement Becker, Ballard PHONE 27. & Scott. BRYANTSVILLE. Ky. life's huppiuiss. Mr, Walker ia n prominent young lawyer and is also a popular and pio , grcsaive oung man and at thia time Superintendent Lcn Miller and Juck ia holding the olllce of County attorney HurnaMe. of the Lancaster Record to which bu was elected by a handsome very cleverly came over last Friday ami majority u few yeurs ago. Fcr three adjusted the I. J. a new Omaha folder. years he was the editor f the Central which la used to fold the his con. Record and only relinquished paper now issued on Fridays. Both iiection when he made the race for that are mechanical experts and aoin had ollice. The Itecoid join their friends in wishthe new mechtne working like a clock. ing thein a life ot unalloyed happiness. Interior Journal, elght-puge half I I n ......IK' vw.-- 1 ..itlti. iinuviui uo, nitlolnltic farm itatlt M bushels ot oats per acru in ered miles from RailVili. Four and one-hal- f road. Just rolling enough to drain welt. onn resliteneu several tenant houses. Some fencing. Prlco I32.G0 per acre. For further information ubout Mississippi or .Middle Tennessee faruu write M. E. WAINRIQHT, Manager, Land Departmeut, BRAMSFORD REALTY COMPANY, acru. viitx.l acres In Madison County, about cultivation, balance open. Will Iiroduco SO to CO bushels of com per KSO In uara on Farm Lands Found a Sure Thing. Munet-n- f Nashville, Teun, I. has Uked Chamberlain's Tablets for years for disorders of the stomach and liver and says, "Chamberlain's Tablets Obare the best I buve ever used." tainable everywhere. 1!. Wlxon. Farmers Mills, N. Y ' in amounts of $2,500 and up. 1 W. F. CHAMP, Bank. Citizens National Lancaster, Kentucky. 1 Page 6 Vtf SEES MEN .. The Central Record, Thursday Jan 20 BOURBON 19 1 d. of the first 1 f August, Is asked In tho bill of Scnstnt I KIPLING nOS CHOLERA REMEDY LIBERALS SUPPORT rreTfnt anil Cum first of May Instead Taylor. aasVaatesBsyaaaBaaaBaaaSel REVIEW BY OF ' (010 i KITCHENER It rleatrots 1ireae germ., rrgutattt the slll dictation and ranita heal to fitttn nmckte. I'fte it in the (ted ami drink and tour host will ntter hive cholera, t'otti enlr Sc. a month for each hor. Jion'r wait unlit the jr ret sick. Renin eivme your heta thia mrdirlne Dow and Veep them free from worms and rlieeaae. At All Drucciats. noURBON RDMEUY COMMNY, Leslajton, Kr. Sold in Lancaster, Ky., by J. R. Mount, Son & Co. CHOLERA, WORMS, COUGH, THUMPS. WOMAN SUFFRAGE Compromise with Purpose of Forestalling State- Hcnalor Williams' bill seeks to limit the number of cars In a train to SO. Senator Knight Introduced a bill t amend Section M of the constitution to permit the enactment of a work men's compctisnllon net. wide Prohibition Practically the same bills were In trodurcd lu thn House. Dr. J. S. GILBERT. OFFICE skyline. There was nothing else lu all that great plain except the iiiiny. no sound but the changing notes of the aeroHe was n kindly man nnJ In shaking planes and the blunted Impression W present below the third of tlx I do when from tho pen of Rudyard articles Kngllsh had discovered, as rather than noise of the feet of men Kipling, under tho general title of e:iUlng Trench, that It Is simpler to on the soft ground. They eaine over it "Franca at War on the Frontier of one gender. Ills choice was slight ridge, so that one saw the curie tick to describing the ImCivilization," the feminine, uud the boche was de- of It first furred, then grassed with the pressions of a visit to the fighting scribed to us as "she" throughout, lie tips of baj one's, which Immediately Us in France. inado 1110 think better of myself, which trow to full height, mil then beneath By RUDYARD KIPLING. Is the essence of friendship. them win red the wonderful Infantry 191J by the Sun Printing and I&vrrtght. The speed, the thrust, the drive of that "Our" Gum and "Thein." Iubllhlnu association. broad blue mass was like a tide race Willi two chauffeurs Wc climbed n flight of old stone steps, of an arm luxury It looks to bo. for generations tho playground of lit-tl- o speed could oft the se.i. and how much Tlt.VVi:i.IX(i with such weight, could Is only one of you children, and found a wrecked lx In Itself so absolutely under control, nnd there Is always nnotlicr of church and 11 battalion lu billets recreAll the while filled one with error these Iron men to relievo at the wheel. ating themselves with excellent music the hand on the far mis tell.Nor can I decide whither 1111 and n little horseplay on the outer edge, ing them nud telling them ns If they d of the dermaii toiiRue or nn of the crowd. The trouble lu the bills did not know-- of the passion and gayracer who has lived six years was none of their business for that ety and high heart of their own land abroad or n bitaidler makes the most day. In the pcech that only they could thrusting drives through three uillo Still higher up on the narrow path fully understand. stretches of military tratllc repeated at among tho trees stood n priest and To hear the musle or a country Is half hour Interval. three or four otUcers. They watched like hearing n woman think uloud. Sometimes It was motor ambulances the battle nnd claimed the great bursts "Sarabrc et Kcuse," Perhaps. strum; all along u level or supply trains of mioke for one side or the other at or those stem bis guns coming around the same time as they kept nn eje on "What Is the tm.o?" I asked of nt, comers with trees chained on their the Illckerlug ncroplane. otllcer beside me lone backs to puzzle aeroplanes and ! 'Ours," they said, half under the "My faith. I can't recall for the tlielr leafy big shell limbers porting breath. moment. I'ie marvhod to It often them, lu the rare breathing behind 'Theirs no, not ours: that one was enough, though. The S.inibre et men with rollers and road metal theirs. tpaivs That fool Is banking too .Mouse,' perhaps Look, tlu ie s my batAttacked the road. In peaie the roads steep. That's lioehe shrapnel. talion those chasseurs yonder." of Trance, thanks to the motor, were They always burst It high. He knew, of (.nine, but whit could mine too good. In war they stand big gun behind such ami a stranger Identify In that earth shakThat's our tratile far letter than they did such n hill. He'll drop Ids ing passage of tlir.tiuo? with the tourist. My Impression after In the street If he doesn't take The note behind the ridge changed noine "() miles were printed off on me care. There goes n trench sweep- to something deeper as n lietweeu sixty and seventy kilome- er. Those last two were theirs, "Our gnus." ..-.-ill an artillery ollicer Nor but that" It was a full roar "wai and sullied tolerantly on the last blue ters was of uniform excellence. lkl i come upon imy smashes or break- ours." waves of the line already beating todowns In tint dlstanrc. and they The- - valley held and Increased the ward (he horizon. They ame twtlve trying them hard Nor. sounds till they seemed to hit our hill- abreast. l.V) guns free for the moment weir which Is the greater marvel, did we side like n sea. A change of light to take the air In coit-- .uy behind their kill anybody, though wo Old miracles showed n village exquisitely penciled team, and licit week would see them down streets to mold babes, klttpns atop n hill, with a reddish haze at Its hidden singly or lu lurking confedernnd chickens feet. acies of two or three by mountain and "What Is that place?" I asked. manhes. forest or the wrecked habiGayety Amid Horrors. The priest replied In a voice as deep tations of men. "The land Is used to every detail of as an organ: When the big guns followed them war and to Its grime, horror mid make"That Is so nnd so. It Is In the with that long nosed air of detachshift, but aim to war's unbounded boche lines. Its condition Is pitiable. ment peculiar to the breed the gunner courtesy, kindness and long suffering The thunders nnd the smokes rolled nt my side made no comment. He was and the gayety that comes, thauk God. up and diminished and renewed them- content to let his arm sit-afor Itto balance the overwhelming material selves, but the small children romied self. Hut when one big gun In a Joss. up nnd down the old stone steps. The sticky place fell out of alignment for There was n village that b.ul liecti beginner's aeroplane unsteadily chased an Instant I saw his eyebrows constamped tlat till It looked older than its owa shadow over the fields nnd the tract. l'oniell. There were not three roofs soldiers In the billet nsked the band The artillery passed on with the left nor one whole house. In most for their favorltu tunes. same Inhuman speed and silence as places you saw straight Into the celthe line, and the cavalry's shattering German Play "Tipperary." hops were ripe in the grave lars. Hut trunilH'ts closed It all. They are like Said the lieutenant of local guars fields round about. They had dotted our cavalry in that their hurses are In as the cars went on: been brought on nod piled. In the high condition, and they talk hopefully "She play Tlpi"erary.' " merest outline of a dwelling women wire one of getting past sat on chairs on rlie pavement pick-In- s And she did. to an accompaniment of these days the barbed Into their of and coming over the good smelling bundles. of heavy pieces in the hills, which fol-- 1 own. Meantime they are employed on When they had ttnihlicd one they lowed us Into n town all ringed with i various work ns required, and they reached back and pulled another enormous searchlights. I'rcnch and all sympathize with onr rough rider of ' through-thwindow fcolc behind tbeui. boche together, scowling at each other dragoons who flatly refused to take beneath the stars. talking and laughing the while. off hU spurs In the trenches. If he It happened about that time that had to die as a damned Infantryman A cart had to be maneuvered out of Lord Kitchener, with General Joffre. what had been a farmyard to take he wasn't going to be-- burled as suck. 'the hops to market. A thick, broad. tevlewed a French army coriM. We Only One Horse Fell Out. ifalr iialrod wench of a sort that Millet came on It In a vast dip of ground undrew tlnng all her weight on n sske der gray clouds as one comes suddenly A troop horse of a flanking squadwater, for It lay out In misty blue ron decided he bad had enough of war and brought the cart forward into the street, when she shook herself and. I l"kcs of men mixed with darker patch-Iiand- s and Jibbed like Ivot's wife. Ills rider, Uko reed teds nnd nn undergrowth we all watched blm. ranged about till on hips, danced n defiant little ! JVC In her sabots. As she went back of Runs, horses nnd wagons. A straight he found a stick, which he used, but cu' tue landscape In two. Aloug j without effect. Then he got off nud to get the horse another girl came I across the bridge. She was precisely ' l' murmuring front It was ns though led the horse, which was evidently of tho opposite tvpe. slender, creamy Cadmus had sown the dragon's teeth, what the brute wanted, for when tho skinned and delicate featured. She I t 1" orderly furrows but broadcast, man remounted the JIMrfug began carried a brand new broom over her ' till, horrified by what rose up. he bad ugulu. The last we saw of him was :sboulder through that desolation and emptied out the whole bag and fled. one Immensely lonesome figure lending herself with the pride nnd grice I Hut theso were no new warriors. The one bud but happy horse across an or a Catalan. The farm girl came out reconl of ,ljelr "'"' Iltclietl battles . absolutely empty world. Think of his leading the horse, und us the two would have satisfied n Nars.lcon. Their reception the sole maji of 40.WK1 who young things passed they nodded and regiments ami batteries bud learned to I, .1,1 f.illm, nut smiled to each other with the delicate achieve the Imisisslble ns a matter of The commander of tliat army corps-camtangle of the hup vines nt their feet. ' routine nnd In twelve months tbey had up to salute, tin- - cars went uwuy a week lost direct contact scarcely for with the two geueraU and minister for I JJrown Prince's Ambition. with death. of sight over war. the nrmy "Tho etuis snoko earnestly lu the! We went down the line and looked I' tho ridges to luissed out the peasant tho uurth. of those men with the women stooped again to ibelr work on , Into the eyes north. That was the Argonne, where used bayonets nnd rltles. the packs tint the fields and a wet mist shut down the crown prince was busily gettlu, rlU of a few thousauds of bis father's , could almost stow themselves on the! on nil the plain. Itut one tingled with -j faithful subjects in order to secure to shoulders that would be strange with- the electricity that had i.l that ' himself the reversion of his father's out them, nt tho splashed guns on their way. Now one kuows what solidarity s working i vthrone. No man likes losing his Job. repaired whit-I- and tho easy meaus. Later on the of civilization and when at the long last the Inner Umbers. One could feel the strength civilized ii.il loas will know more and aud power of the mass as one feels will wonder ami laugh togethirut their IfainLory of this war comes to be written ve may find that people we mis- tho Hush of beat from off a sunbaked old blindness. took for principals and prime agents wall. When Lord Kitchener went down the Generals Sec Troops. were only moragu Incompetents inov-- 1 lines before the march past they say-h, stopped to speak to a general who 1br all hell to avoid dismissal. Tor it When the generals" cars urrlved .Is, absolutely true that when a man there was no loud word or galloping had bceu Men. hand's chief of staff at does It about. The lakes of men gathered Into the time of the I'ashnda Incident, uud sells his soul to the devil he straight edged battalions, the batteries I'asbodu was one of seier.il eases when lor the price of half nothing. It must have been n bat tight. A nllgned u little, a squadron reined back civilization was very nearly maneuverus Is usual along this or spurred up. but It was nil ns shlftly ed Into lighting with Itself for the king village, writ-lied- , .line, opened on It from li hillside that MUOoth ns the ccitalut with which a of Prussia. As the saying goes, the all overlooked an Italhn landscape of care mnii used to the pistol draws aud levels embracing vlletiess of the boche Is Ik-- s A few realized from Trench soil, where they fully drawn hills uud studded with It at the required moment. small villages; a plain with a road peasant women saw the generals have had large cvcrleuce of It. Aud aud a river lu the foreground, und an alight. The aeroplanes, which had yet. as some one ohsonod. we ought all revealing uflernoou light upon ev- been skimming as low as swallows to have known that a race uho hao must brought iiuoiijnious letter writing to erything. The hills smoked nnd shook along the front of tho llnc-thc- lrs and bellowed. An observation balloon havo been a superb view ascended Its highest plt'h lu their own dirty court affairs would (ertalnly use the climbed up to sco while an aeroplane, leisurely and waited on like hawks. which had nothing to do with tho Then followed tho Inspection, nnd same met hods lu their foreign hj1U1cs. strife, but wns merely training a be- - one saw the two figures, tall and short. Why didn't we realize? I'or the same reason, another reeinner, ducked und swooped on the growing smaller side by sldo ulong tho edge of the plain. Two rose pink pll- - white road till far ott among the cav- sponded, that society did not realize iars of crumpled masonry guarding nry they entered their cars again nud that the late Mr. .Smith of Ihigluud. some carefully trimmed evergreen on moved along tho horizon to another rise who married three wives, bought baths In advance for each of them uud when a lawn half burled In rubbish repre- - ,.f the gray green plain, "The army will move across wbero thry had left htm all their money seated a hotel where tho crown prince? had onco stayed. All up the hillside to you are standing, (let to a flunk." drowned them one by one. "And were the baths by any chatico our right tho foundations of bouses lay ioiuo one said. We wero no more than well clear of called Denmark. Austria uud France lu out Ifto a bit of trlpo with the sun- bine In their squaro hollows. Sudden- - that Immobile host wheii It all surged 1S7" n third asked. No; they were resectable Ilrltlsh ly a band began to play up tho bill forward, beaded by massed bands, among some trees, aud an otllcer of playing a tune that Bounded like tho tubs, but until Mr. Smith had drowned the local guards la tho new steel anu- - rcry puiso or i- ranee, xnc two gen- his third wife eople didn't get They urgucd. "Men dou't do shrapnel helmet, which is like the sey trals with their staff aud tho Trench foot uear a such things." That sentiment Is the rateentb century sallet, sugeested that minister for war wero They criminal's best protection. wo should climb tod get a better view. patch of very green lucerne. Noted Author Is Thrilled by Veteran Army Corps of the French. "Solidarity of Civilization" Is Demonstrated Hears Roar of German Guns. .." t J et tray made about twenty figures In nil. The cars were little gray blcks against the mi SIMPLE, DECORATION MAY SUira TO PEOPL Re- Redisricting Promised to Remove publican Some Expert Suggestions About the Furnishing of Homes. BEAUTIFUL LINES. Complaint Scores of Dills Introduced, Many Are Nearly Identl cal. Ky. (Special.) Al FltANKKOltT, of the Democratic platform recommendations will In adopted at this ses slon of tho Legislature with tho possible exception of that covering re vision of the state's revenue nnd tax atlun laws, which mny be handled al a special session for that specific pur poso upon the rail of Governor A. O Stanley, according to leaders in How Charming Effects In Walt Pap." Ing, Floor Coverings, Lighting anc Harmony May Be Obtalnod Is Tole In a Practical Way. ral lre Found a Sore Thing. 15. I Wixon, Farmers Mills, N. I. I has used Chamberlain's Tablets Children, for Infants and years for disorders of the stomach sod You Have Always BsvgM says, "Chamberlain's Tablets The KM liver and Bears the ari the beat I have ever used." ObSignature everywhere. tainable CASTOR A There nre a great many people who can apppsiate a beautiful fofn hutne. hut w h.i can'iot te why ihe appreciate It and who cotitl not duplhale It "How beautiful." they ouialui. "aii l how simple! One would think tliat au dj It." However, "uuv he unei-oulil.e couldn't, und that Is Just whi-itrouble comes In. The first essential to good decorating Is innate good taste. If this is larking nil the sclent o hi the world will not make up for It. The second requhe-nien- t Is the knowledge of sunk- - of the simpler principles of color, line, form This one may ae aud composition quire If oi- - is willing to take a little trouble. "The first thing to do when joii arc confronted " Ith the decoration aud fur nlshlug of a glu-- room Is to take an Inventory of Its mlor iHnslLllltlrt It Is the element that run mate. ially strengthen or weaken tho most careful arrangement of form and ly studied " line." The psychological effect of color, red being exciting, blue elevating Mint jel All lot low cheering. Is well known ors need modifying before they can lie luccessfully nsisl In home disuniting lu selecting a color scheme for a room those colors should It-- used which have one of the primary colors as a base. "I'or example, let us assume that we wish to decorate a room whoo prevailing lolors shall lt buff we find that In producing butt we have Included n little yellow nnd red, some orWe are to ange russet and citron. apply these to it living room, the woodmahogany. We work of which is dark would npply the buff, the prevailing color, to the walls; the ruset to the floor. We would lighten the buff with a frieze of orange and the russet with a carpet of citron, und we would bring out the bright suts with a lamp or a leaded window iu which puro red ami yellow would bring the whole scheme Into relief." Yellow- - Is nu excluding color and makes areas seem large, hence Its value In a small room, lied Is a positive color aud makes a room hold Its true value. Illue Is a contrasting color and makes a place seem smaller. Perpendicular trlH-- on n wall pa-r- r or draifiies will give the room height Horizontal strli-- s lu wall pa-I- r or drat-rie- s will give the room Smalt, disconnected siiots os width. patterns lu wall paer will dance nnd are seldom to Is.- - desired. Realistic flowers, fruits or birds In wall pas-r- s s should never be used. and drait-rleFloor itiverltigs or treatments should be low In tone and sliouM form u base for the n.Jiii Highly pollslusl floors are uncomfortable to walk on nnd unpractical from eirry viewpoint. The natural finish of wixnl Is dull, not highrugs should bo ly polished, OrU n'.-i-l 'hoseri with great care uud should be Investigated with uu eye to the real value, both In wear und olor. If a worn nig offend to yeu as antique Is less than $5 n square foot there Is something wrong Hither the denier Is being cheated or you lire. Considerable attention should bo given to the subject of lighting. The IiiinI-erIndirect lighting, excepting for use lu tin- - senile part of the house Is not opio.sed. I'or renllng or for general lighting effects the softer, mellower direct light. sIiimIis! by either u sill: or glass shade. N preferable Arrangement of lighting lu the home should bo such us to give you light where It Is Misled other light Is cost ly. both to the eves nnd pockcthook. In titrnlture it Is will to mold excessive can lug knobs, bulls, spludlos, spirals and - urly cones. In simple lines uud broid. graceful curves thele are charm uud dignity. Kxteuslve wall ti ml floor spaces uro needed to properly carry large fund ami Hire, such us divans, dnu-uport"overstuffed" pleies. In small rooms they crowd and complicate the rooua, making them look much smaller tlurt they ure. lu small rooms u slmpln, light set of furniture of the stralghter typo Is best, but If that cannot be oU tallied furniture of the Ccorgluu perlmi will be found very satisfactory, Adam ferulture N nlwuys painted Khcrntuu Is always Inlaid with othel woods and Hoppclwhltc or L'b!ppen dale nlways carved. These are the principal (Jisirglau period division and should be chosen according to Individual requirements. Miihoguny, genuine or imitation, and other highly ikjIIsIiisI woods should he avoided whete wear counts. They are easily scratched, gather dust nud linger luarkH aud require much labor to keep tliem iu condition. Period furniture should bo used only lu tho rooms fitted completely lu the given period. In modern small apart meats, with little wall Rpuce and inls Shell Explodes In Postoffice. ce ll neons woodwork. It has no place, German shell wounded Ilrltlsh ofllccr I'otttcd plants aud cut flowers ure a lo laoiidoiL Nut fired across channel, means of decoration Hint can be both but picked up ou battlefield aud scut Inexpensive and effective. A large llos by parcel post, exploding iu post headton fern or a single rose In u slcndci quarters. vase Kites life uud charm tiot to in any other way, Pink Champagne Coming, "Have nothing In your home that champagne Is a possibility. War you do uot know to be useful and Ih link may force use of red wine casks In llevo to be beautiful," staled William jiarketlag It, and new vintage will b Morris. from "flood Taste lu Home ' by the wood. VurulsbuiBS." deeds unit mortuages. Senator Glenn's hill mates the olllci The Sensto lldloumed Tile,ln of County Health Supervisor In one of respert to tho memory of the late or liioio count Irs. trnainr ViiKr ( Hall, of Kenton The cstabthhnirnt of n Western County A ommlttre was appointed Normal School for nigrocs In Wisterc to draft resolutions on his death Kentucky Is hikul for In the bill ol tsenator Huntsman. Not satisfied with the number ol Senator I. each Intrnduifd a bill re inns iniroriurrst in the Senate carry quiring rail toads operating for a .lis Ing out the principle plnlgrs of varl tuneo of 11 mile or more to stop all 0U8 members of tto-- (,'lnerat A.er,,l,U- passenger trains nt county seats. i the House imtnhrs Introduced twe at soinn Matten within four miles ol null-pas- s Mils, two siue-nii- e pro mo county sent. hlbltlon bills n tnl two uiit. lobby hula Thn operation of ferries by counties Is provided for In a bill of Senator Tho Finn railroad hill, giving th Glenn. State Railroad Commission the same Senator Combs Introduced a hill power over Interstate shipments ai amending Section 201 of the ronstltu the Interstate Commerce Commission tlnn, permitting the consolidation ol mad Its appearance again tills week competing telephnne companies, In both the House and Senate. It was The erection, organization and and Danced out of the leglsla maintenance of county high schools by tares of 1SI2 and I'll 4 . two or moro counties Is provided for In tbe bill nt Senator Frost. Calling for an Investigation of tht Senator lilies Introduced a hill mak- status or tne suit of the Common ing it unlawful to use any statement wcnllh against Dr. J. V M..r i. which Is untrue, deceptive or mis- of Howling Green, former secretary leading In an advertisement aud fix- vi w.c omiu uoarci ot Health, a resoing a lino of not exceeding and lution was unanimously passed Imprisonment In the County Jail not Senate being Introduced by by the Senator exceeding DO days for such offense, Ilurfiikcr. Tho suit l v,.,.i,i Tho holding t,t county teat hers' In tover money alleged to tuv. stltutes for rural schoolteacher th vuvu spum illegally. constitutional, Senator Hobcrtson spoko earnestly to secure the endorsement of Chili Justice Miller. Senator Scott said that tho entln procedure was out of place and foolish far the Legislature to attempt to suggest who President Wilson should appoint and made a resolution to tablt thn motion, which received n numbf circles. of seconds and u hearty applause from There Is a chanco for tho woman the gallery. sutlrngo amendment to ho passed Later In the week the Senate re-- j which will submit thn question to the fused to indorse Judge Denton or any that one else. voters next year. It Is clattm-imany of the Liberals are In favor ol as n forestall nud compromise No .snator fared better thin Sena this prolilhltlon ninenil tor Helm on committee spoolntmenls of the meut. lie wns made hilrman of I'ubllc Uoad committee, nnd ptared on tht A redisricting measure, fair enough Kentucky! on ludlclsn. to remote Republican complaint, will Committees Statutes, Printing und rmgresslon.il nu doubt be put through. I ho Indications itr Stanley County, a partition of Pike Iledlatrlctlng and the l"lit county Is expected to that he win tn- one nt the busiest mem light kers of the lulnn. bo crentcd nfter an Intern-tln- g In both branches of the As Senator Knight, of lvilsvllle. In sembly. bill Tho Investigation Into expenditures trodurrrl n ",.1,!Hi In the Senate to np proprl-itto pay for 'h iat'l for printing Is expected to bo fol killed In the state to erndliite the foot lowed by legislative Inquiry Into th conduct of certain departments ami and mouth die.to s . . Institutions. Sportsmen from all pirts of thr Stanley has welcomed lie state gathered In Krankfort nt tin Governor publican resolutions of this sort and call of the State Gitu and Klsh Com has made It clear that ho will insist mUslnii to work out questions ami on tho state's affairs being conducted offer suggestions lor new legislation muii on the gamr laws. In tho samn manner as a biislio-s'I hey railed or. would nuinagu a going concern. Governor Hlanlev. who commended th ConimUslon, but refrained work of the On the first bill lay for the Senate from Indorsing nnytmdy's bill d Into the hop scores of thm I") l.angtey hss con per: sented to be n rundldatr for Delegate State Itepubllran National to th Senator Frost Introduced wide prohibition Mil. It provides fol Contention runvebllun wlli a vote to prohibit tbe sale of Intoxbat be held March 1st. lng liquors, to liwenm itT.stlve Jim prohibit the mano 30, 1919, anil The "wet" ami "dry" question hat farture of Inlnibnili.K liquors to b- been Injected into the house several Vi i'J'tK ecome effect lie Ion.. times during tho week. The City An antl lobbv hill whs tntrndiired b Council nt Frankfort had discusser) It provides that thn matter of providing an ordlnama Senator Williams. of Kinte shall keep h to keep thn saloons open until mid the register whlili shsll contain the namr-- i night Instead of eleven n'rlork. In the of persons order to provide for the legislator! lature In thn Interest of icrtslr according to the reports. will not only measures This Itep. I. you. of llarr County, one ol contain th- - nnino of the lobbyist, hot tkn ultradryn, Introduced a resolution the measures (or wtith he la working providing that the House resent any Among other Iniiair'ant bills tntio Inference that the memtx-rof thr duccd were: House desired the sabsins to remain 125 of tht open for their benefit A bill amending- ual fit constitution so as. to give The iolnt wns ralseil that tbe reo b frage to women was lutlon win out of order Itrp I'unipb rey, of Klemlng, was presiding tn thr Senator Combs Another amendment to the nnitltu absence of Speaker Diiffffy and sus Hon was offered h An appeal, signer) Arnett talned the point This bill seks to rosier the Statt by Hep. Harvey and Lyon, was taken Superintendent of Public Instruction Vacating tile nhalr. Speaker lum eligible for reelection. Th bill pro phroy designated Itep. Harry Myers, vbles that the Slate Superintendent of Cntlngton. to preside. The appeal may be elected or appointed, but lr was sustained try n vntn nf 47 tn ti either case he Is eligible lor The resolution was then adopted by or reappointment. the vote of t!0 fr, 31). A petition, seeking thn Impeachment The destroying c.r burning of election stub books Is provided for In a of J. K Williams, Judge r MrCreary measure presontisl br .Senator llimk County, nlleglng ho Is an Incompetent The wotkmins mmprnoatloii act and uliquaUficil othrlal, u r.h-- In thr was offeteil by Senator Knight House by Itop. Uaiklin. of Henry bill Senator Strlikb-tt'county. asportations or corporations operation In this city tn pay ewployies twice The resolution of Hep .Minor, placmonthly. ing thr- Hulls.' on record as atalnsl The bill of Senator Anil" Increase eitra help, was adopted tho V'naltles for the unUwful sale ol whisky In dry territory Thn repeal of tho lrslon Owners of llto atmk slaughtered bennd th creation of a board cause of the loot ami in li dim ape, to .. Known as Hie Kentucky Stall will be reimbursed if Hi- - measure ol lioarn ot rntitrol Tor I'ensI and Chsrll Senator Zimmerman, providing for th able Institutions. Is nriivM,t l l.ir payment of ilalu.s lot loss suffered on nf Hen. t.'arv x tumid or tiiren mum uiiotint of the ilijd.e Is naitnl lute hers at n salary ot Ji.nvo annually, te law. he appointed hy th- - Governor, la pro The bill uffuret! bv Senator Conibt vlderl, ami they will rompUtr regulates tile rlyht of foreign torpnra charge of prisons, of reform Hons to do a 'rust business in this state asylum uud all ihattubli- limit stale anil tj art .iu trustees uncle! unions. i stnte-wldl s Th-sl- ate app-arls Tho resolution by Senator Anile, CENTRAL RECORD BUILDING. seeking for the legislature to send Itesldenoj Phone 41 Tail Office I'hone tO Its endorsement of for the Supreme Court Judgeship, was LANCASTKIt, KY. lsld on the table by a vote of 19 ic 15, after a number of warm arguments Several Democrats wero adtanrcd. Senatot supported the resolution. rrnst said mat nn snouni not on en domed because he vetoed tho Webb Kenyon bill, claiming that it wai tin li. W. Morrow, (llaaaea rillrrl. sallalacllon (loaianlred. Grmtuntc Optician Hoziaker Fine Cat Flowers. John' M. McRoberts. M. J. PATRICK, DuntiMt. Kontuokv Paint Liok. Ji. Casey, II. V. Jl. Veterinary Surgeon. (irinlitiHr I'inciniititi Wicrinnry College. Office nt W. II. Ilurtrn's Sale Stable. Night I'hone 'Jll. .J. A. Beazley FUNERAL DIRECTOR Ollice Over National Hank. Residence I'hone 3. Ollice I'hone '.7 I.ANCASTKIt, KY. For All Kinds of ROUGH LUMBER, see 6. C. l'hon COX, Manse.Ky S Office Ibmra J lo 12 m " m-- M. K. Deddj and W. A. Wheeler' Doctors Of Dental Sarsfry. Ilfflre , Hurl A Anrler sterntra Hnltriliig itll'a urnllure elnre. LANCASTKK. KKNTUCKY. Dr. Wm. Ollice at Itsiney Lnncnster. D. Pryor, Stable. Kt'iiltirky nulri ... .... Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. s Livery - Commls-sinner- s TREES finrtk'ii. Write for free CutnloiJiie. . s. - Fruit and Shade Trees Shrubs. Grape Vines, Rhubarb. Asparagus, Roses, Phlox, Peonies No Ante. Everything fur Orclitird. I.tiwti mid H.F.Hillcnmeycr & Sons. 1SII. I.i!xini4Un, Kenttitky. mit; ... L. &N Train Schedule At Lancaster, Ky. AKItlVC. uui 5:00. in. To Maysville, connecting at llichmoni with I, & N to Krankfort & lxiulivllle; st Winchester with C & O to Lexington A Krnnkfort, Mount SterlinK & Ashland, at I'uris to Cincinnati. No 10; No 71; 8:35 a. m. To Itowlund & Stanford connecting at Rowland, 1, & N to all points South No 2S; 11:01 a. m. To Hichmoml, connecting with N to Irvine & & I& Ileuttyville, The Centra,! Record $1.00 Per Year In Advance. Lancaster, - - Kentucky. & Knoxville. No 70;ll:Wa. in. To Richmond, connecting with fast train to Cincinnati. No 27; 2:00 p. m. To Louisville, connecting at Lebanon Junction to Klizabethtown & Howling Green, and at Ilarclstown Junction to Uanlstown & Springfield. No 'J; 8:42 p. m. To Stanford, connecting with fast train to Bristol & Atlanta. Cincinnati, Middlesboro The Central Record, Thursday Jan 20 19 1 b. 1 Page 7 TO ceo 'R'HSE. Phone 308. No commission charged. I LA NCA C. A. Also Growers TOB feranch House I Stanford Street. Speith & Company, Managers. at PAINT HIDDEN DANGERS That lo No We pay Highest Market Price and unload same day. LICK, Chamberlain's Cough KY. Remedy Mosl STANFORD 9 "I have taken a creat manv lint Mr OF of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and Ignore. every time it has cured me. I have In grippe. riM)m with GAKKAKD CIRCUIT COURT found it most sITectual for a hackini? Mr. I'. (!. Warner, has been unite ill comes DANGER SIGNAL NO. Tne w- - T- - Rawleigh Medical Co ,. cough nnd for colds. After taking it n for several dav with grippe, from the kidney secretions. They will cough always disappears," writes J. If PlaintilV. j .Mr. George Dellorde i alilo to be warn you when the kidneys are weak. Moore, Lost Valley, Ga. VS. Obtainable 'out utter an attack of gripf. Well kidneys excrete a clear, amber everywhere. Mat A. Cummins, et al. Defendant tluid. Disordered kidneys send out n Francis Weatherford, is able to be Pursuant to a judgement rendered uv thin, pale and foamy, or a thick, red spell of grippe. nut attain after n Morgan Gentry, Sole Owner & Manager. Case ot Necessity. the November 'lerni, 1U1B, of the Garurine, full of sediment and "I understand he Inherited a Mrs. J. S. Rice is visiting her mother rard Circuit Court, the undersiguu-i- . irregular of passage. "Yes, ho was his rich uncle's Commissioner will sell at public auctVjn. Mrs. Mary Gnrnctt at Cine Cify, B. P. Anderson, Secretary Treasurer. DANGER SIGNAL NO. 2 comes only heir." "I thought bo." "What to the highest and best bidder, belorv; Attorney J. W. Drown of Mt Vernon from the back. Hack pains, dtll and do you mean?" "Nobody who had the Court House door in Lancaster, Telephone (i.T7. win here tliN week on business?. heavy, or sharp and acute, suggest moro than ono heir to clwoso from Ky. at 11 o'clock, A. M. ur thereabout. on Mrs. , alter W. Saunders is able to weak kidneys und in that cafe warn would havo picked him to leavo all his MONDAY. JANUARY 2J, 131G. 632 to 638 South Broadway. le ont after an attack of la grippe. you of the danger of dropsy, gravel money to." Detroit I'reo Press. it being the first day of the Garrardi Doan's Kidney and ISright's disease. Mr. anil Mrs. J. E. Hruce are both County Court Tern-- the real tUale Pills arc endorsed by thousands. Here's confined to their beds with the crip, Room In Order Saves Nerves. mentioned in the pleadings and desLancaster proof: j System and order are as necessary cribed in the judgment as lollows: Dr. G. (!. Perry, who has been quite Located in Garrard County, Ky,, on. C. T. Hrummett, grocer. Crab Orto n woman as light and air; particuill of pneumonia, is able tnheoutagain. of the work- the waters of Paint Lick Creek and chard St , Lancaster, says: "Nearly larly does the Mrs. W. T. West, of Lancaster, has in two boundaries, Located In the Center of the Tobacco District. every spring, I ue Doan's Kidney Pills ing woman's nerves depend on thesa described one body or tract but of but of Utdi been the guest of Mrs. W. II. O'Hannon to ketp me in good health. During the two things. A day some Sunday and is bounded us follows: Miss Maymc Clellaml, i.f Peweo Valwinter, colds settle on my hack and spent In planning and arranging her FIRST UOUNDARY: Beginning;, SALES CAPACITY 350,000 POUNDS room and her belongings will mako at a fallen gum on DAILY. ley, is the guest of Ur. and Mrs. C. K. CHUjB ,pain9 through my kidneys. Doan's West side of a. for weeks nnd months of tranquillity branch, prong of Paint Lick Creek,, m late Kidney Pills stop the pains and my and comfort In tho life of one who Is line of a corner of Sam Day; thence up. We sold some Garrard County Tobacco Miss Mary Ilailey, who has been conkidneys become normal." employed six days a week outside her said branch along the loot of a blnlT, Price 50c. at all dealers. Uon't sim- room. Exchange. new line S i!0j E 4 ch S 47J E 3.75 eh-- S per hundred for Walk- - C fined to her home with grip, is able to last week for be out. remedy get ply ask for n kidney G7J E 2.30 ch. S 481 E 3.35 ch. to a gum S 28J E 1.C9 ch. to a small while Kidney Pills the same that Mr. Doan's Mr. and Mrs. T. K. Watson were in er Davis. Try us with a load. Overcoming Insomnia. oak; S W E (i 38 ch. to a black oak on Co., Hrummett had. Lancaster last week with relatives ai.d repeating rhymes and the side of u branch and near tlis fxit. Sometimes M2-2tProps., Hulfalo. .V Y. fritnds. jingles, taking full, deep breaths be- of the bluir, a corner to the piece sold, gjsl 1 tween words or lines, will hasten by McCullum to Geo. Carter; thence Mrs. James I. Wilmnt, who sulTcred sleep; or lying In a certain position N C7J E up a drain fi.22 ch. to a smslt . . .. ...! CARTERS VILLE. . nuuitt ui pining pis ml wee t. is liuk may work in other cases. Ono man black oak on, the South side of ssid drain nnd corner to said Carter. tl.vnce improving. Mrs. Julia Weddle is quite ill at this can always sleep If ho lies on his S T.3J E 3 57 ch. to white oak corner to Mrs. Itodman Keenon, of Frankfort, left sldo and reads for a few minutes. said Carter N 32J E 15.33 ch. t a writing. Many people try tho reading plan, hut chestnut oak on the ridge corner to is the guest of her sister, Mrs. T. W. Mr. C. S. Robinson, and little son. reading In bed Is not hygienic and It said Pennington. Carter; thence N 70 W passing-- . Incorporated. Raymond, are quite ill. Is better to form somo other Sam Day corner a stake, a white oalc Mrs. C. C. Rose, of Lancaster, was at 13.75 ch. in all 28J ch. to a staUi oni ' habit. Good Health. Mr. J. D. Carter bought a nice guest of her mother, Mrs the week-enthe lower side of the road; thence All from .Mr. Hopkins for $41. llelle IVrkins. along said mad an agreed line to said Misses Orplia Jennings and Susie Collum N 47$ W 3 15 ch. to a stakr: What the Fishes Can See. Mrs. Russell Ilrown of Lancaster has 13 All Onlsrs Receive Prompt Attention or 8.1 Phnnes iWJ-n....:, vigite,i Mia. Cora i;,)tm iv'ednes. N 74 W 3.75 ch. to a point in aforeFishes can distinguish ono color returned home after a visit to Dr. and ;rom another and can even distinguish said branch, a prong of Paint Lick: .av Mrs. E J. Ilrown. Creek, an agreed corner to Dim'ii Miss Susie Davis was the guest of oetween different shades of the samo and in or near or supposed to Mr. II. K. Saulley and tamily have1 s Mr. and Mis. John color. This has been proved by a long lie in or near Sam Day line; thence her as a member of the Stanford ierlo3 of experiments upon gobies and E 1.17 ch. to a stake in Southeast Davis last week. sticklebacks, Council, causes u vacancy on the local undertaken by Mile. side of a branch an original cnrr.fr i liMr. D. M, Carter has been confined Marie Goldsmith In tho biological la- the dred from Ilaukh to McCollum; Hoard of Education, which will be tilled W 3.521 by the other members of the board un-- i to his hod for the past few days, but is boratory at Hoscoff. Franco, under tho thencb with line of same S 28J the beginning, and containing 311 direction of Professor Delage. Thcso ch. to and one til the tune of the regular election in able to be out again. fourth. '39 Acres). acres THOS. P. PKATHEK, E. B. KAY, J. L. DAVIS, May. New crop timothy and clover seed. also proved that (lshcs can distinguish SECOND HOUNDARY: Adjoinuig--. between tho forms or shapes of the above described boundary and ia. Frank Phillips, the junior member of Highest test only. For sale by Hudson, s. & Gen. Mgr. President. bounded us follows: Beginning at a, the Phillips and Phillips Clothing store, Hughes and Farnau. stake and oak bush in line to McCollunu of this city, slipped anil fell un the Dr. H. H. Montgomery, of Hrynnts- and corner lo part sold to Sam Day. street Sunday afternoon ami broke his ville was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. thence with McCollum S 12J W 4.C0ch. Plainly Expressed. uose. He was taken to the homo of S. Hoop, Sunday night. A certain rector In a small English to a stake in lower side of load and inparish side of D. W. McCollum fence, his K J. Ilrown. where he received all Dr. Mist.es Maggie Carter, Hurnice Mont- village who was disliked In tho medical aid possible. was vory popular, corner; thence S 70J E 8.75 ch. to. it. gomery and Susie Davis were the guest Had a curate who and white oak pointer corner tu and who, ou his leaving, was present- stake The home of Mrs. II. 1). Phillips on! of Miss Cora Hoop Thursday night. tli- - part sold to Sam Day; thence with ed with a testimonial. This excited line of same N 43 W 9.K5 ch. til, tAe Logan avenue caught on fire shortly Mr. Felix Pennington sold to I). M. tho envy and wrath of tho rector and, beginning, andVontuining Two Acres. after dinner Sunday and a great deal Carter one gilt and small shoats for meeting with an old lady ono day, ho of excitemtut was caused for a few $32 50, and five fat hogs to Center Hros said: "I am surprised, Mrs. Iiloom, (2 A.). Being the same land conveyed lie tlmnes wutcn originated f,)r ft. minutes. that ou should have subscribed to Mat A. Cummins and Rebecca J. from a defective Hue werotxtinguUhed Mrs Susie ateomll ha sold her this testimonial." "Why, sir," salu Cummins by deed fiom T. A.- Clirt dated Jan. 3. 1905, and recorded in the before much damage was done. and purchased tho old lady, "if you'd been furm m.ar Wallaceton Clerk's Olllce of the Garrard Count. County Attorney W. S. Hurch, who the Carter heiis farm und moved to i'd havo subscribed double.'' Court in Deed Hook No. 2f, page 2111. has been at Hot Spring, Ark., for Iut new home. The purpose of this sale if to lirt.t resatisfy the debt of Jonas McKcnzieaml seeral months for Ills health has Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Hoop, and daughEnemy of the Fern. C M. Cummin for $.100.00. with six turned here und n quite ill nt his room ter, Cora, Mr. J. 1). Carter und family, Inper cent interest from March l, 1918, Ono ut the St. Atuph Hotel. The trip to Mr. Felix P.nninglon and family. I!eV. doors of tho worst enemies of ferns paid, und the debt of the plain-tli- r. Is tha mealy bug. This Is a until InrorHirated. Hot Spiings did not benefit Mr. Hurch .). M. Kotiiuson ami Kouert tireen were white, woolly Insect that clings close W. T. Itawleigh Medical Co... for us was hoped and hii friends lire great- - fie pleasant guests of Mr. and Mrs. to the bottom of tho fronds. When the sum of $1072 39 with six per cent interest fiom Oct. 7. 1910. until paid. ly alarmed about hi senoui condition. JcIT D.tvis uiiil daughter, last Sunday. there Is reason to suspect Its nd the sum of $41.25 costs in lint tho plant should bo examined Uockcastle Circuit Court News eomcH from Harrodsburg that ami thu jvcry day and all insects removed estimated cost of this action amounts Q Kditor K. C. alton, who recently pur- - SOME TENNESSEE FOLKS .vlth a splinter or toothpick. If tho ing to $100.00. chased the llarro 'sburg Leader from infestation Is had, the wholo top of TERMS: Mr Orr luu sold it lo Mr. Owen TELL HOW THEY WOH tho fern can bo cut off to within an The sale will be mude on i credit of Danville, who is with the Inch ot tho ground and then allowed six months nnd the purchaser will "V Danville Advocate. It is reHirted that to grow again after all tho Insects to execute bond with dim rov ' Mr Walton will return to this city to SIclc peoplo want to bo well lc a havo been exterminated. ed security for the purchase price, dm MR. YOU hurry. d remain for some lime, which is pleas in six moutlis, anil Hearing interest at A great many, perhaps mi 't ing ti ws to his bust of friend. the rate of six per cent per nnndnt Illnesses have their beginning In u -from date until paid, having the force-anHome Tobacco Warehouse Company lias adopted the profit sharing plan. This The Farmers rangements ot tho stomach and dilutISTS." THE efiTect of a judgment, upon six per cent, dividend, instead of being given to the stockholders, are to be means tho net profit above tract. ive may wue, payable to W. If. STOP SCALP ITCH given to you in proportion to your patronage. Mayr's Wonderful Remedy stiirts i" (Helen Metzger.) Ilrown, Master Commlssionerer of thf at tho first dose to put stomach fci The more tobacco wm get the larger will bo tho profits returned. This profit sharing plan is Garrard Circuit Court, and n lien will' is a Sulfragist be reserved uKn the property sold unguaranteed by the undersigned Directors. We were the first house in Kentucky to orTcr our wareAND FALLING HAIR. fcrers on tho way to health. Tho first Mother She states the fact with pride, doso proves It. til all tho purchase money is paid. house to tho farmers on tho profit sharing basis. It Is taken with success everywhere. A Motorist is Father, People who hair looks dull und life W. II. Urown. M. C. (1. C. C. Mr. Ford the automobile manufacturer made this proposition and returned $.r0,00 on every auto, And he travels far and wide, less and who find it growing dry, brit- Here are tho words of two Tewicsscu C. C. Williams. Atfy for plir. peoplo who havo taken It: mobile; if we can get your support and sell G.OOO.OOO pounds of tobacco, we ran return you fifteen to tle, splitting ut ends und coming out Capt. A. M. llourne. Auctioneer. MISS COItA riSHEIt, 805 Siafl Dig Sister Julia laughs at care, twenty cents on every hundred pounds sold. Wo guarantee to divide the profits, the other fellow An Optimist Is she; fast ut every combing need u genuine avenue, Slemphls "Havo taken yoisr keeps it. Socialist-H- e's While mother Will's a calp invigorator und hould get one medicine and It worked Ilko a charm The Tho farmer see Hit proposition, and In consequence wo have moro than sold our Success In Perseverance. for Equality. without u day'sdelay. A little Parisian has removed qulto a number of gall Inventions appear to be a casa- of average of the Lexington market to date lias been $10.00 per hundred, the Farmers Home uverago is stones. It does Just as you said lc Wee Sister's a Somnumbulist Suge rubbc1 briskly into tho scalp with would." accomplished by honest methNo doubt Jtobart 'try, try ugaln." $10.01, a net gain to our customers of sixty one cents. This has been She wulks uround in her sleep; the finger tips twice daily will work MItS. W J. WARD. Sparta. Tenn. Aillou thought this when he ayoko ods, and fresh tobacco which" Is ulwuyj attractive to the buyer. And Cousin Nell's a Futurist wonders for hair of this kind, Just u "I can honestly recommend your remono morning and learned that t Wo havo the second largest homo in Lsxington; it can houu ono hundred and twenty wagons; few days' use and tho hair becomes edy to all sufferers from constipation Hir pictures make you weep, steamboat had gono down as tho stables are separate and apart from the warehouse, with ono hundred and twenty box stalls. Wo Indigestion My Uncle Jim's a 1'est.itnlst glossy and healthy looking, dandruff and stomach troubles. rapidly as a rocket goos up. Tho seems a thing of the pnet with inc." havo ono hundred and thirty farmers us stockholders who control and direct tho policy of this house. machinery proved too heavy. Bat Whuie crouking every ceuses; vanishes, sculp stops itching und hair. Mayr's Wonderful Remedy gl es perWo solicit your patronage und Inlluence, and Invite you to call and Inipect our house und iiives- ro began his "try again' process and, stops falling out, Parisian Sago is manent results for stomach, liver nnd And Uncle Ike's u Specialist Buying to you. tigute this pluu, because It menus u it last, when tho Clermont trayvladi In brain und nerve UUeasrs, more than u hair tonic. It is u scalp Intestinal ailments, l'.at is muc:i i.ni Thos. U. Hradley. A. U Hamilton, Graham Taylor, Tiros. P. Prather, from Now York at tho rato of 150. treatment und its use meuns strong, whatever you like. No moro dlf.:r s I guess I'm 'bout the only one F. M. McKee. John 1 Davis, 'Jus. P. lleatty, gas In 'fa allies In 32 hours, sho was considered prersuro Joseph Wallace, Left out in ull the list; beautiful liuir und a healthy tculp. It. after eating, around theof J, ICmbiy Allen, J. U. Fields, Jr. heart. Grti'ti') Andrew Ilowmun, stomach and i great success, although It Is dUin-sW. H. Piper, K. Mcltoberts and leading druggists bottle of your druggist now and try It Hut w Ikt. I'm grown, I'll write mv name Directors. to Imagine this In an ago noted, George Montgomery. "Ted Jones, a Fannerlst." everywhere sell Parisian Sage. It is on an absolute guarantee if not sails. for rapidity. American Agilculturist. factory money will bo returned not expensive. Lancaster Citizen Can Afford Tobacco Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hays are ill with tha irrip. Mrs. V. 1'. Kincaid is confined tolivr Warehouse. 6 J. ' Lexington, - Kentucky. ( I I $41.00 6 5 AAJktei(AkA4IAAuAV I I i..-- :- JkcobSchuIzCompany Fine Cut Flowers For Occasions. d Wm. F. Miller, Agt. Lancaster. rented the Imine of Miss I.lccie on West Main street. County Clerk (e irg It. C "ipr has been confined to his horn t for several days on account of illness Mrs. W. R. Todd was to Franklin, Tenn., Saturday by the serious illness of her grand-motheHon. nml Mrs. II. II. King of More-hnliav.' gone to Tampa Fla., to spei.il the remainded of the winter. Le I'erkins, who has been quite ill foi several months, is much improved and will soon be able to be up town. Mrs. J. I. (lover, who has beenquile ill nt her home in the count IV, with neuritis, is thought to be some better. Mrs II. I). Carter was called to Mitchellshurg this week on account of the illness of her mother, Mrs. Sallie Goede. Little Miss Mary Thomts Walker, is confined to the home of her parents, Itev and Mrs. I), M. Walker, on account rf illness. Mrs. II. E. Thompson, of Three Itivers, Mich., who has been here since the death of her mother. Mrs. Winifred Heck, has returned home. Mrs. J. C. Eubanks. Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Hoazley and Miss Kmma Hays were in Lancaster Wednesday for the burial of Miss Alio- - Iteazley. Miss Virginia Givens, of Harrodsburg is the of Miss Matsy Grimes, of this city and Misses Mary Lee and Klizabcth Givens, of Hubble. Miss I.lssa Holtzclaw. who was called home on account of the deuth of her grandmother, Mrs. W. II. Underwood, returned to the College of Mumc at Cincinnati Monday. Tile County Hoard of Supervisors, who are in sesion at the court house are reported to be giving some stiff raises to land owners in various parts of tho county. They have been in ses- sion for three weeks. The election of Dr. W. H. O'Hannon, COMMISSIONER'S SALE LAND. fto.'ure Gives Timely Warnings 1 well-bein- con-sis- ts Foster-Milbur- n . n. m, grand-parent- 9 a ' Weiper. s. V.-Pre- SF :wr 2L"2H I IS s ir ,s 9 I TOBACCO I 1 9 1 j - 1NDEPENDANT. prcs-enc- o N Lexington, Ky. Virginia ave FOR & Q.&C.R.R if J THIS TOBACCO GROWER. 6 d which-executio- 0 pro-rat- bia-drs- I uit I Page 8 i M-f- x The Central Record, Thursday Jan 20 19 1 d. THE CLEARANCE Of G. M. LYONS, Lancaster, Ky. Begins Saturday, Jan. 22nd, 1916. i9i6. and closes February 12th, "Daredevil" Pegoud I"Loop the loop' airman klllctl In notion. J DON'T MISS IT. See bills for Prices. PETER WRli?coLUMNl! hf.itmn 1. n.e nlour f.rmer iilcrlner..at)d I. lor ihe le ol .lock, kihiii and mcli thing, on l.fmer cauunt afford to adtcr lrm accepted oter lour lll lUc. So Twtler I..HM ol the In Unci, mill will xroRD. treentrtiaiiiibelow ttu AUSTRIA GIVES ANGOLA KING (pce lot me REPORT' t eiclu-le- e Serbian Monarch Whose Country Is Being Attacked On All Sld:s. 'o Assumes Responsibility For j Ship's Loss, f!EW ISSUE CAISED WITH j Good Jersey cow and calf for sale. T. S. Hemlren. It. I. Red ccc!;erels for sale, J. It. Mount. tf, SALE:-No- U.S. He una the Jauntltcs aviator hlph He Balled his utriKftl vlilp against the Hue Of heaven's fentheriNl canopy, the ky! He was the captain lie. the IntrepM crew Anl when the world was swallow tnl up In the uark nnd ll-- mft n ma wive cup Of star Are nfilif ncrofi his trail That ahlrmnereil nrul Khun? like a mentor otl. II Prince Albert is such friendly tobacco Ihnt it just mnkes n mnn sorry ho didn't get wind of this cigarette smoke long, long jigo. He counts it lost time, quick as the goodness of Prince Albert gets firm set in his life The patented process fixes thut und curs out bite and parch I Get on the soon as you know howl Understand j'Oiirser how much you'll like pipe nnd I right-smokc-trn- ck was the ilazxllni; hero of the aee! At hl cominahtl the pay ulr irltr Would hold e Government Mcy Protest Ship Vss Illm cloi-- v, Ithln their mger arms KOIt or a vae Destroyed Befcre All Her PassenP. office. Is death tifa. (Miurr In war has now old. Auply at this gers and Crew Had Left Her Deboon toM, Anil when the ea-- t wn ruddled o'er clares Liner Fled. few Ilronze Turkeys. For Sale;-With the hluph o morn. supreme he'd Mrs. Dennis Scott, WashlnRton, Nov. IS. TIip Italian An ratjle the roof o the uorld. HryanUville Exchange. I'hone 50-liner Ancona case, which hashcon Kre jet day'a btinni-wcro unfurled! puzzling the department of statu Mr. J. I. Hamilton has a nice pair of over since she was torpedoed lit the He a a maMtn kr.lsht of earth's late hour. joung mules that he will sell cheap and Mediterranean, was presented In still Fame hoMs him for her younReit chHJ huv hack again next fall at a profit. In fee; another llfiht with the Issuance of a MM pcnRi of col.l ntiil ileal h. fur Klory statement by the tiower ti 'ona of good clean embassy, giving For the o!Hcial account of Ills hanj was out to plutk lnccs?antly. Mrs. Francis A i'ollard, clover hay. Aye, came It mlihllo tluy or niKht, the ilcstritrtinn nf the liner. Marksbury. Ky. His pilot hand RUlde nrlBr.t atntrw Vhll. thB Tp science marka the path to fly. I ,1 . ,ii if rpRouJ, the brave, must lly anil diet Strayed from my place about a week of the fiuestlcn as to whether thu J. Corson Miller In New Vork Times. ago, a black and white spotted sow, Ancona was warned before belns atweigh about 200 lbs. tacked. It raises still another Issue In BLUEJACKETS' WASHDAY hlch the Unlied Stales may prove Jeff Walden. to be vitally concerned. If it Is shown TO BE ONLY A MEMORY. F, L. Thompson, of Preachersville, that any Americans were killed by says he has llftv Rood black face ewes the actual torpedoing of the Ancona. Regular Laundries May Bg Installed Photo by American Pram AsMKJAtlom It Is believed the Cnlted States will he will sell cheap. on All Sea Fighters. protest on the pround that the vessel Jennetts was torpedoed before all her passenFor Sale Two WEEKLY WAR REVIEW gers and crew had left her. The statein foal. Will trade or farm. The navy department will soon take ment follows: W. T. Doolin, Marcellus, Ky. Secretary Daniels' under consideration "The submarine fired one shot In plan to Instull laundries for the enprow, whereupon the Teutons and Ilulgarians the pwt Sale-T- wo 13 front of Ancona'a Shorthorn heifers For steamer fled at full speed. In accord- listed men on all battleship. oV week continued and 10 months old. Also a few S. C. It came about during the secretary's or annihilate thetheir efforts to cut ance with the order lisued by the Serbian army Thesr It. I. Red hens fend cockerels. Phone 'tallan authorities, which Instructs rLslt aboard it battleship during his efforts, hoeer, are grow lug more ilryantsville exchange,. ahlp commanders to flee or to sink the first year In the service. Through an dllllcult, as the Serbians now hao ocHampton Sisters. submarine. The submarine pursued oversight u number of tuckets of wa- cupied, according to their official . defensive ioslt!ons In the the steamer and continued firing, hut ter containing soiled clothing of blueHeavy llgnting Is reiorted nil the vessel stopped only after being hit jackets had been left htundlng along Dig buttles also several times. the deck when the secretary came tho Moravia. :i "The submarine allowed forty-fivaboard. It wu evidently "blue Mon- proceeding In southern Serbia AS'NUAJ, REPORT minutes for the passengers and crow day" aboard that particular ship, and tween the Unitarians and the Anglo to abandon the steamer on board of the secretary Inquired the reason for French troops. Home announced N'ov. 13 that Italy had decided of nut to send which panic relsned, but only a small troops to aid the Kngllsh and French. number of beats were lowered and the buckets.told, they were wash buck- He was The continued landing of llntl.ili these were occupied principally be the els. In which the men did their owu nnd French troops at Salonlca atued crew. When the secretary lSulg-arllaundry work. and Turkey to send fresh "A croat number of tho boats, prob- got World's Longest Canal. lack li Washington he decided protests to the tlreok government. .V ably sufficient to save all the passenthat one of the llrst thltigs tu do would dispatch dated Nov 14 states that The great canal of China Is ',100 gers, remained unoccupied. oi' Tint be tu Install u laundry on u battleihlp four fjPrlnan cHlcer. urriwd at Sa'onB. "After a period of fifty minutes and uy way or experiment, ine i nnd iiprsnt ionca from Solla tin Oct. as another steamer was approachliiK bhN were opened Uiree dav motorll,s f ti,at dlstilrt. uas and tho submarine submersed and tor- for two large wushlng machlni's. two Economy Can't Save Him. CITY OF LANCASTER, cs,,cclaIy ( tllP BK'tlun "here the pedoed the Ancona, which sank ufter centrifugal wringers and u soap tank. Economy is nut much good to a man alll(M, lroomi u,rP rntHitraled on forty-fivan nddltlonal minutes. tue operation oi tne launurj ai tte 2S,hi ,. is a(1 thM llu, (Jl.rnlans hu refrains from spending money For the fiscal year ending liu would rather loaf than earn ir any or tne passengers lost tneir t,ljlCi-- l In charge or u llrst lieutenant. 'constitute a special mission. w.iosi II....B thl. hn in .... fAtll " lhA . ..... 1a iauu regular laun.iryiuen were engugeu ol)jw.t was , e8tablUh relations be- - t. crew, because the steamer tried to es- - , Jo , wasUUls fur ,Uo Texas Thettwecnth KmmmeutH at Athens, capo after It had received orders to Uie,uiM.r!, December 31st, 1915 f tUw cre.'. relented from n,i,nr..ui .., s,,ii Dally Thought stop, and then the crow only saved tho arduous duties of wuh duy. were King was assured li Life, with all Its fields of Joy and e themselves and not the passengers. glad to pay 10 tents u month, irrespeo-Ihthe Cermans. it Is said, that woe, la Just our chanco of tho prize of "Reports published In the foreign of the number f pieces they hud HECKIPTS would remain neutral and that learning love how lovo might be, hath on the In the wash. OMcers. chief etty s .US Hi press that the submarine fired Ilulgarla's pledge tu (Jreece would b Italsuce ca.li oil laud ben Indeed, and U Drowning. tl'.'i I Ancona's lifeboats are mendacious Inand users of mess linen are guaranteed by (icrrnun Licen. Colleelfd IH 'lnea collected ventions. charged so much per piece, us these According to a series of dlspatthrs 01 KrenctiLo '11 Lilt Tauitlkle Tai SI II dignitaries are required to wear stand- - from I'etrograd Iho remtmltlonln,; of i.A N For a Stained Chafing Dish. IkjOOI' Tranarereil (rum Miter Murk. collars, nud the laundry work for the rznr's army Is uetrly i'imiplet(. WILL COST $4,300,009 MORE The green and bluo stains left by IIS l Hack luxe, collected ly U. 1'. lerrlll '. (10 1.. (1. llavid.on by Klnea them Is harder. begun 'n thu fumes of tho alcohol lamp ou a The Itusslan offensive has Ho Citizen. National Hank Note. ... According to the report made by Cn- - earnest between Klga nnd Mltau. A chafing dish can bo removed by rub .... tOU M U. S. Mall Contract In This Section Taic. rollvcUd tulu A. W. linmt. who was In com- - lierlln dlrputth admits bing with a soft cloth moistened with It Let. the Hittill Total ' a focting In the umtuoula. Washington, Nov. IB. Itallroads wand of the Texas until a short time fian8 i;avp ugo, u u a big success, llu recom- first line of Herman treiuhes. UlSHUItHKMKNTS.y In tho "third contract section" will mended thut laundries bo established Arllllirv engagements fi attired the $20,073,151.36 a year for enrry-InKalary City Couucllinen Ill on Subjects for Criticism. battleships, nnd it is re- - week on the western and Italian aboard 7J00 Ia)or malls during the four ars begin- garded nil the " Illy tllerk Ion oo Thero uru threo things no man can us probable that tho idea will (runts. " t.'lty Attorney and Comuilaaloii uu ning July I last, under adjustments :l do to tho satisfaction of other men be carried out lieforu thu clu.-- u of thu " Marshal. uihiimi postofTIco departr " niako lovo, poku thu tire, und run u vooto announced by the vi I and 19M present administration. i;n.', HI ment. I.Uht..... paper. United Mine Workers' JourAsldu from the fact that It relieves uo Ou Park liner VeiOent Is an Increase of more than a battleship crew This nal. 1'aldloW s. lloer. Trea. sllikluir of the work of laun- V STARVE THE HESSIAN FLY. i'.T.'WI e 1'nud $1,300,000 over tho annual compensaTranidered to W w u'invr tion allowed under tho adjustment of dry duty, the sating tu thu navy In r.oo on I'ald (JllUeu. National Hank ?ute fresh water Is ulouu siilllcleiit, olllcers j; The Hessian lly. being lu tho Form In Poetry. I'or ( Cuiut 1907. Section threo Is Iho largest of iuy, to Insure the Installation of com- - I', "llaxseed" stagu lu wheat stub- - Z " Fttedllia 1'rLomr. ihK :r Really good form lu poetry Implies tho four contract divisions established tuuu laundries. " Kztra olU's 77 r.o Z ble and In tiiiliiiru'stcd wheut good soul, nor Bhall any man tear " I'rlntlni lay ut by the department for conveyance, from June till September or ' thesn asunder; each has called tho m " In.uram-t. 7a and embraces Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, " Atteliilli'icloull Clock la f, even October In tho south, can other Into existence, and each for ex- " street Work COTTON IN MANY COLORS. tij Michigan, Minnesota, Wisconsin and bo destroytsl by currying out the & " oh.rlty Fund u so Missouri. Mall In the section Is car-lstenco depends upon the other. v ii " Fire ietartmeiit Z following uielhods of coutrol; " Olllu htreel. .'Mil rled over C7.37S miles of track by l.'l Planter Believes His Successes Will Da Hum where imsslblc llrst. " Inlere.t la Blow to Dye Makers. " Halary Trraturer Jjnil different railroads, a dally average of ami safe nil stubble nud rulued Little ta Worry About I'ald Hoard o( Muiervl.or. thou 6,724,318 pounds being handled by Itemurkablu results seem ubout tu b 4' wheat. I'ald A llr.t'ey Si Co., refund ou Investigation by geological achieved by A. W. Ilrabhuui of Olar. Z W ahout 4,000 trains. ,t vey of tho erosion thu drainage, surSecond. Disk all stubble and LIceli..., uf 77 :ii basis S. C, who has succeeded producing I'ald Xu bhelby Maaou. Bteuographer Immediately nfter j5 proves ruined wheal I'ald J. M. Arlon. Vaccination If counthat thu of om) SEEKS burning Is linpmc- - Z try Is being worn surface at thurate ot I'ald W,H. Ma.on.l'niirtoo.i .. TO LOCATE JOKER cottou which ranges In color from away the 10 00 green. Thu planter r harvint whero I'ald llr l'r)or. Veteiluarlan hlte to deep olltu tlcuble. n nil I'ald Mr. Am". AudJt Hooka bout an inch In 7C0 years. sought for 774 M I'ald (Jenvr) Aceonnta Third. I'low under deeply nil Offers Reward For Arrest of Person Is positive that bluel: col Ion, uges by spinners and manufacturers. Is 311 11 ou hand Jail 1, 1VIC llalaucr Who Signed Her Name to Letter. stubble nnd ruined whentllelds to become n reality, 111.621 So Total Making a Place In the World. Philadelphia, l'a.. Nov. IS. A re- ubout seeds useil by llrnbhuiu weru of i before Aug. 15. harruw lie- Tho ground and roll If neeemliry, Tho world Is no longor clay, but W ATKIl WOltKH ItKVKNUE HKCEIIT8. ward of $50 has been offered by Mrs. Egyptian staple. lie has practiced Fourth. Harrow, disk, pas- - ..' Water rent, collected; U.W.l Molllo Winkler for tho arrest and con- teed selection extensively und lu four f ture or otherwise effectually do- - ' rather Iron In tho hands of Us workAm'l Iran. (erred from general fund , ers, and men havo got to hammor out viction of tho person nho signed her yejrs bus secured In regular order from a place for themselves by steady and name to a letter applying for a posi- tho Kgyptlau seed a cream, tun, yellow. ? stroy ull volunteer wheat. .Sisii-.-; Total riflh.-- A u measure preparerugged blows. Emerson. tion as housekeeper for a pauper heir. , green, light brown, olive green ami ?' "dishukhkmknts. lory to sowing, plow us early According to dispatches from South uruuze. Overdraft us existing conditions Z uud deeply Norwalk, Conn., (Hies Gregory, for HuK'a rlalarr Thu samples aro not lu be confused Venerable Immigrant. Kmlufer x.l.ry permit. Disk, harrow and two years an Inmalc of tho city alms with tinges In cotton, which might bo Trali.lered to deneral Kuud. John Young, from whom many westfwlll until a thoroughly pulrerlz- Klra llii'a Pnrctia.ed. house, recently fell heir lo $150,000. I lie result of esimsure or weather con ern Massachuestts families are deYlrm lloa Klulure. 'V cd, compact uml bed Is obtained. Since then hn hat been deluged with dllhins. Neither Is theru tiny suspicion Iteluad to Ijnca.ler Mill overlaid. scended, waB probably the oldest Im'Z Sixth. Do not sow wheat mi- Mrtrl'urchaed matrimonial and other proposals. One that djes huve been used. migrant ever to arrlvo In this country. y til nfter fly free date. t'oal . of the letters was signed with tho Ilriibh.im believes thut tho spinners llailllnir. ... Hleraalld Ho was born on tho Island ot Hurt, , Seveulh. Rotate your crops U Halanea oil baud Jau I, IWA same of Mrs. Winkler. and manufacturers eventually will b. near Londonderry, Ireland, and landed posalble.-Unl- lcd Stales Depart- "I am Mrs. Mollle Winkler." writes enabled tu secure cotton lu the raw A. Total., In lloston. ago ninety-five- , In 1718. Mr. nient of Agriculture. the Manayung Mrs. Winkler, "but I or unmanufactured stuto lu any deYoung lived to be one hundred and Aite.t: et44t-4-l4-t-t'l-'- l never wrote to any man for a posi- sired sbude or color. r.o, HUKT. .0, DAVIDSON, loren. Major. Clerk. tion as housekeepsr." . 1 Jack, six years Albert the national joy tmoke It stands to reason, doesn't it, that if men all over the nation, all over the world, Waicli your step! prefer P. A. that it must have all tho qualities to and color of unialaMa brand, satisfy yourfondestdesircs? tho 1'rinca Albert tp tid7 red tin, but it is impomiblj Men, get us right on Prince to t!io fhror ef I'rirco Albert tcbnccol Th Albert I We tell you this, proccia tobacco will prove better-tha;?ctecU that I you can figure out, it's so chummy and fragrant and inviting all tho time. Can't cost you more than 5c or 10c to get your bearings I IiI:-..o pi'-cntcd Aus.ro-llunRarla- Salel-Abo- co-jl- Bar Prime Alhmtt mrywJUr 30-- t, I a tWm pvft tin hwmiJir-mnJ-- in rrytmt glmut IcCTfitflt Iltl ynuUUx K.4 tmtth fA r Set tMjr mnj timt. JOef tJ kmlffwii pmnj that moi'i.-tains- C. trim fiacc kwmiJm tmm in imA frmmi tUvt tKt R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY Win.ton-Sa.Ia- N.C Financial Condition I I '"! - 'le e .... Cartridge Wads of Cork. Ths Talkers. Shotgun cartridge wads mado In Where one man wants to work his Franco from granulated eork aro said way to tho top thero aro a dozen who to lessen tho recoil of guns In which hopu to talk themselves In that centhey are used without Impairing their tral direction- .- AtchUon (llnbu. efllclcncy. Music. Ministerial Diplomacy. Mns'.. when comhliii-- wlllt a. plwu-lurab- li Tho reason a preacher gets along Men, Is poetry, music without so well In a now community Is because ho can call a man "brother" jtho Iva Is simply music; tho Idea j when he has forgotten tho glnk'a without thu music Is prose from Its dellultencss. Kdgar Allan Poo. i very name. Galveston News. I f.,.n,f,,ii 1 111 . W71 - Prepare to De Shocked. All He Wanted. When n man says "I'm golus to bo "I's got n heap "o respect foil de perfectly frank llh )uu," bracu yourscientific gemmem," said I'nclo Kben. self. I In Is gulng to tell yuu g "Hut as full, raymi'f, don't give mu no unpleasant about yourself that mlcrosropi an don't glvo mo no tohv ho has hud on his mind for Homo time. I kin git nil do surprises I scoimi. kin stand. JV by puttln' on my Bpec- i tacles nn' reudln' do nuwspaper." aoiuu-tl.lnj J g 1 A,.i-..u- KUt-trl- oucreti-rro..ini;- a f . . i ' Much. "Ther Is such n thing as carrying too far," stated one's Iovt for isx-trtlrout I'. Brnlth. "Yesterday whllo my wlfo was attempting to hang up n portrait of tho KM't fioetho I reckon ho was a poet, or something shu fell off from thu tepladder on to thu cat, wrenching her back nnd nlwo that of No. 10 the cat." Kansas City Star. No, A No, 28 Too Time Table. Danville. Ky. North-houn- Southern Rail Road. Cincinnati Kxpress, 4:30 a.m dully Spo- ciul, daily C:03 a.m. IIIuo Grass Special, daily except Sun...C:08 a.m. , 1 t i A . 111 STI f Engraved Visiting Card Is A Neatly THE proper No. 14 No. No. fi 2- - No. 12 No. 5 Carolina Special, 7:00 daily Local Express, dally 1:35 Cincinnati Limited, 5:20 dally Royal I'nlm, dally.. 5:37 South-boun- a.m p.m. p.m. p.m. thing r for a lady or gentleman to present nowadays, when making calls. No. 11 No. 1 No. 13 No. No. 3 9 Come and see what a beautiful line of samples we nave and get our pn'cea fpr 50 or more. CENTRAL RECORD L o c a I KxpresB, 11:05 daily Royal Putin, dullyll:20 New Orleans Lim11:35 ited, dally Carolina Special, 10:15 dally Spe- a.m. a.m. a.m. p.m. 11:35 p.m. cial, daily F 1 o r I d n Spo- 11:52 p.m. clal, dally No. 27 Blue , Grass Special, dally except Sunday, arrives.. 8:15 p.m. For rates, routes and information call upoa or address M. J. Cdughlin, gent; 'phone 340. -- sa.i,,