You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): January 27, 1916 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1916 cen1916012701_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 27, 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 HELlOlOh, UNTARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT rWKNTY SIXTH YKAR. LANCASTER, KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, JANUARY 27, 191 6. Hand Us That $. Commercial Club Meets Tonight. NUMnfeR 43. GIVE US THE ITEMS. .UNUSUAL OPERA HEATING, If you lire going away tin a visit givo TION SUCCESS. us the Item. Don't wnlt to be called kind friend pit1 mo bring Will ome on. If you have friends from outside Word comes from the Mayo Hro, date-Ju- ne 3rd. ua a Central Record us tneir hospital at Rochester. Minn., that S. , me county visiting you, send See us for 41 per cent protein cotton names and residence. We need your A. McDearmon of this city, is success- seed menl. Hudson, IIukI"" & rurnau. neip to net an tne news. fully rallying from a difficult operation for rent, furnished or furnished. Phone 2 1ft. Room IF YOU WANT A TINNING PLUMBING. Hardware, Farming Im- plements, Buggies, Wagons Gas Engines, Etc. YOUR ACCOUNT IS NOW DUE. not jbytheDrs HEMP BUYERS BUSY, Dr. N. I jjg Conn Brothers. j LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. !cal hemp buyers have been on the Hemp Is now a profitable crop. Sow jump for the past week in this county hemp. We will sell you your hemp buying the next years crop that is not Hudson, Hughes & Karnau. seed, yet planted. Such unknown prices nre Start in on the new serial "Graft" being paid for the fiber this year, that an unusual large acreage will be sown which Is said to be splendid. and the tobacco will be materially cut One of the largest crowds ever seen short on account of it. Mr. II. I!. Cox, in Lancaster was that of last Saturday. who represents the firm of Spears and Creino Dairy Feed will make your Son of I'aris, informs us that he has cows give more milk. ror sale by purchased about three hundred acres already of the luture crop, paying $3.25 Hudson, Hughes &. Karnau. for same and furnishing the seed at While in the city the Management f.&0 per bushel. changed the entire program of the pic tures to be shown in Lancaster and "MIX UP" ON CHUTE. every night fill show "brand new" Last Saturday night the "Chute" and good ones. pictures was the scene of a shooting scrape in Our Hour is not bleachedor adulterat which Sam Short got a puncture in the ed. It is guaranteed to please you. neck from a pistol ball fired by Sam Hudson, Hughes & Karnau. Davis. Iloth nre colored gentlemen of Anyone having a copy of .he Central some prominence and the quarrel came Record of June 3, will greatly oblige up over n debt that Short owed Davis, which he refused to pay. Davis rethis olllce by bringing It in to us. marked, "I'll donate the sum towards The Ladies of The Haptist Church your colfin" then Short retorted, "you will serve a 15 oent lunch in the room will need the colIln first" and took a vacated by Dickerson & Carrier, Mon- - crack at Davis from liia "automatic"; lay Jan. 31st. Davis drew his weapon and fired in LOST: Hetween the Citizens Hank dicting a wound in Short's neck, which Davis is in jail. and the residence of Mrs; Ann Robin- is not serious. son, on D.inville street, an old fashion breast pin. Kinder will be rewarded by returning to this office. It. wr,,in ,u. 0,.stru,tto hml ulcor of the duodenum, extending into the pylorous and was adherent to the head of the pancreas. There were also enlarged glands and the pylorous was almost completely closed up. Drs. Mayo write Dr. Herring today a very favorable opinion In regard to the outcome of the serious and unusual case. Ilentor. Harbor News. A letter Irom Mr. McDearmon'awife, who will be pleasantly remembered here as Miss Lucie Arnold, states her husband is able to walk out every day and hopef soon to be entirely well. She also has kind words for the Record and and in renewing her subscription says she and Miss Jennie cannot do without a tingle issue as it is just like a letter from home. r"''";!:' ., Mayo. Mr. McDearmon ,... ......, Heating STOVE Cheap i See Us 41 WHAT A CLERICAL ERROR WILL DO. Evans a native local teacher of this county, of forty years experience went to Cincinnati in 18S3 and enlisted in the united States army, from Garrard County Kentucky, Recruiting Sargent made a clerical mistake of enlisting him from "Girard, Ky."when there was no such place In the state. The clerical error has kept B. F. Evans out of pension for fourteen years. Evans has taught three hundred and two months In this and adjoining coun ties, iwenty-si- x e hundred and children and three generations. This same man is not only entitled to the pension for the services in the United States army, but also the Car- nagie fund, for having taught thirty years. In a letter to the Hon. Harvey Helm, from the Adjutant General's Office at Washington, states the following fact: "The official records show that Benj. F. Evans enlisted November 5th, 1883. at Cincinnati. O.. to erv five vpam. lie was assignad to Company Ii. 20th U. S. Infantry and was honorablv dl. charged Nov. 4th, 1888, by reason of the expiration of enlistment as a nri. vate. His place of birth at enlistment was recorded as Uirard, Ky". H. F. forty-thre- Quick. Haselden Lancaster. Quarterly meeting services at the Bros., Kentucky Wholesale and Retail Hardware. 8! Ml 1 We have the exclusive agency for the Breads that meet every need. I I I i I!) I in the following kinds received fresh dally. :mb Intam" RYE- - "With Graham Raisen or without Cnrnwuy Seeds. Wheat-tiyWuSr"- 1 KRIMP- - "The Best Round Snndwich Loaf Made 1 VIENNA- "The Hard and Tough Loaf. Kormer State Senator R. L. "Took" ' Our town needed a regular Spring Hubble, of Lincoln county, is in the cleaning after the crowd of last Satur- capital to mingle with his former asday and the court day crowd of Mon- sociates in the Legislature. He served ' day, but we are always ready to wel- during the 190G. 1908. 1910 and 1912 come every one to their county seat sessions of the General Assemby in the upper branch and was well liked by his A new serial picture "Graft" will be colleagues. Senator Hubble, who is a shown instead of "The Uroken Coin" power in Eighth district Democratic as advertised, Instead of free show politics, said that he looked for a very Kriday night a free show will be given interesting race for the Democratic Keb. 11th, when the new serial starts. nomination for Congress in that dis(!) ManyjJisappointmcnti and sad hearts trict this year, but he refrained from re represented by the numerous expressing any preference at this time. Louisville Times. tickets lying in the mud on the square, As each one was handed out the owner thought they "might draw something, ALL RECORDS I t TOOK" HUBBLE ON HAND. I I I Methodist chuich in this city Sunday. TO OUR COUNTRY Rev. C. H. Greer, presiding elder of Our Danville district will preach at 11 oclock Quarterly conference at 2:30. Let all ed with the bretheren be present. PATRONS NEW SHOP. Tom McMillan has just completed a new blacksmith shop on depot street and is now prepared to take care ef his customers in anything they may need in his line. Beside being one of the cleverest fellows in town. Tom Is a blacksmith with no superior and can shoe a horse just like It should be. Call and see him. NO new store is equippeverything you need. We pay the highest market price for your produce. Bring it to us and get A FREE HITCH at Dock Lee's Livery Stable. Dickerson 6 Carrier. ANTI-HOG I i I (!) hh Also Fresh Roils of All Kinds. Bread-Ki,W- Sun MnId I Phone us your wants. Remember we arc the exclusive Agents. I I man An exchange remarks that an start out any day, and inside of an hour and thirty minutes he can engage a woman to work for him for life at nothing a week, while it will take two weeks of lolid search to get one to work at fair wages and board. Will Be Broken Next Monday. CHOLERA Davidson & Doty $1.00 Per Year in Advance. Lancaster, Kentucky. "Wanted A reliable man," read Mrs. Bascom from the advertising colums of the paper. Then she raised her glasses upon her forehead, looked severely at her husbund. and remarked: "And the world'll wait a considerable number of centuries yet before it gets mm. Consider what the hen does when she is working, now that her strike season is on and she clamors for ra. tions. True, her career is short, but long enough for her to earn her value many times over, and that cannot be aid of some in this world who have great pretensions to usefulness. The Centre,! Record What promises to be a record breaker sure enough is billed for this town next Monday. While the crowd last Satur day was even larger than waa expected. the crowd that will be here next Mon day will go down in history ai a new record. You aaK why these crowds are pouring into Lancaster? It is because the merchants are selling goods and better ones than any place in the world and cheaper than you can buy them elsewhere. If you don't believe this come to town next Monday and be con vinced. We would like to tell you more but "Uncle Sam" wont permit. TELEPHONE CONFERENDE. NEW PROGRAM OF PIC TURES AT OPERA HOUSE No Free Show Friday Night-D- ate .... JUBILEE DAY Proved A Bumper Last Saturday. has been Into its new quarters, next door to the arranged. llth. Central Record office and the change will be made next Saturday night. Last week the Management of the This Is quite a job and he asks us to ZERO WEATHER Opera House announced that the Broken inform his patrons that there will be Coin serial would begin on Jan. 28th no telephone Has Marked Tea of the Last Eighteen service Saturday night or and that no charge would be made for Sunday. Please remember this and if Winters Here. admission on that day. The Broken you can't get "central", by remember Coin will not rum at the Opera House. ing this article you will know the rea Mr. C. S. VanArsdall brought to the for since visiting the city the manage- son why. s. Herald office Wednesday a ment has decided to ged To February Chan The third annual Anti-Hoo- r ChnWa SERVICE SUNDAY Conference, will be held in the University chapel of State University, at Manager J. R. Cornn, of the Bastin Lexington Wednesday February 9th. Telephone Company, informs us that Several noted speakers will be on hand he is about ready to move exchange the and an interesting program BUGGIES The best and cheapest on the market. All kinds of HARNESS. Perfect Satisfaction. eauor worm aoo days in a year to get out tifty two issues of a paper, that'a labor. Once in a while a sub. senber pays a year in advance for his paper, that's capital. And once in a while some of dead heat takes the paper for two or three years then skips out paying for it, that's anarchy. without in OLD IX' HICKORY WAGONS We were it little surprised a few days ago to (i ml $50. lying in the road beside the hedge at the corner of one of our prominent businees farmer's home, and the more so to find that it had lain there several months unmolested, but beginning to look much the worse for the exposure. The money wus in the shape of u com planter that will have to be replaced by a new one before many years unless cared for better than that. Runs Lighter and Lasts Longest. ITS A CINCH Without question the largest crowd ever seen In Lancaster was the one nine o'clock here last Saturday. in the morning the crowd began gather and at noon both of the livery stables were packed to their entrance and no more horses were taken in after the noon hour. "Uncle Bus" Leavell, an aged colored man was the happiest negro in town and gave vent to his joy in no uncertain terms when it was an nounced that he was the owner of i "Uncle ltus' handsome Automobile. said the money looked better to him and he immediately sold it to Mr. John Among the other Hicks for $391. made happy were; Miss Kliza Smith, of this city. It. K. Stone, of Richmond, Jack CollitH of this city, J. W. Shac kleford of lloyle, J, II. Dalton. city. Miai Carrie Miller, city, Walter Last, county, L. G. Davidson, city, Mrs. W. A. I'rico, city. Master Dean Zanone, city, Oz Anderson, county, Ollie Johnson, county. Robert Tracy, county, Master Eugene Austin, city. e start the ntw serial "GRAFT" and it is said a much better one, so the free show will be given on February llth at which time the first episode f "GRAFT" will be shown. Following is the synopsis. Read it: A graft syndicate exists that con millions upon millions of trols wealth. This syndicate holds in its iron grip men of every type, from every class of society. It is composed not of the lowest element, but of the "men higher up" men who;einteiests represent Traction, Public Institutions, Foodstuffs, Liquor. Railroads, Paving foul-wo- n LANCASTER WOMAN NINETY YEARS OLD. Mrs. Elizabeth Mason, Laucaster's oldest citizen and one of the most highly esteemed women of the county, celebrated her 90th birthday last Sun day, at the home of her son, former Circuit Clerk William B. Mason, of this city. Many were the expressions of love and esteem extended this highly revered woman, various tokens and and Subway Companies, g WIRE FENCE. Tint you will be in town next Mon day, and I want you to make my store THE "CITY CLUB" your headquarters. Come early and Night see the fun. D. White Marsee. Launched Last Tuesday SELLS COTTAGE. Nearly Fifty Members. With When put up it stays up. Stoves and Ranges. They can't be beat for cooking and lasting. PLOWS That Satisfy. Best Roofing, Paints and Oils, pure Linseed not Cotton Seed. W. J. ROMANS, Lancaster, Ky. A new city organization to be known Hu ghes Ilrothers sold their nice new cottage on Lexington street to J. D. as "The City Club" was launched lajt Gulley, for $1500. This house was re- Tuesday night in the club rooms forcently built and is oonsidered it bargain merly occupied by the Masonic Club, the latter having disbanded the first of the year. LEE PERKINS OUT. The roster of the new club contains Friends of Mr. Lee Perkins were about fifty members and is made up of pleased to see him on the streets here the best young and progressive citizens last Saturday. Mi, l'erkins is just re- of the town. It is the intention of the present club covering from a recent fall and for a to increase its membership to seventy-fiv- e time his life was in a balance. in the next few days. The furniture of the Masonic Club wa1 taken INJURED BY AUTO. over by the "City Club" and it now Mr. Thomas Oaks, a well known citi has one of the best equipped club rooms zen of Stanford and father of Messrs in the Hlue grass. The room is for the John and Uen Oaka of this county, was exclusive use of members only, except seriously und probably fatally Injured of the city, who will be made welcome upon invitation of one n that city last Monday while attempt tng to dodge a buggy approaching him of Its members. The following officers and jumped directly into the path of an were elected to serve tor one year: G. automobile driven by timer Anderson. 11. Swinebroad, .'resident, K. S. Hugh Mr. Oaks is 70 years old and is very es. Vice President; Dr. W. A. Wheeler, poor of hearing, Which was known to Secretary, J. J. Walker Jr, Treasurer. Mr. Anderson who did everything In his The executive committee is composed power to avoid the accident, which he of the above oilicers and Dr. J. M. regrets exceedingly. Acton, J. W. Smith and John M. t'arra. Trusts and Corporations in short, meu from channels of every private greed right up to public corruption. inis syndicate dealt In crime ever more sinister, more threatening, thar or yegg, be the crime of the cause it was a secret, subtle series of machinations, which reared higher and mightier man tne laws It defied, fitted against this merciless graft syndicate Dudley Larnigan, District At wa torney. In his efforts to down this powerful graft syndicate, District Attorney Larnigan loses his iife at the hands of a foul assasin. In his dying moments Larnigan'sson, his associate, swears to hunt down this vile syndicate and avenge the death of his beloved father. Thus the story opens with young Bruce Larnigan electioneering for the office of District Attorney to succeed his father, Uruce is in love with Dorothy Maxwell, the beeutiful daughter of the headrof the insurance interests. Then through the many episodes runs a thread of the most amazing, most spectacular, and most stirring events in the entire his tory of American politics intensified and influenced by a romance of the two young lovers, Uruce and Dorothy. It is for the reasons of uplift, for the purifying of rotten American politics as it exists in this country, apait from the beautiful romance it reveals, that Graft" will instantly commend itself to every liberty and fair play loving man, woman and child in this great and grand country of the btars and stripes, g gifts attesting to her popularity. She was born at this place January 23, 1820, and united with the Christian years ago, Church here seventy-fou- r being immersed in a pond within 100 yards of the dwelling where she now resides. She was before her marriage, Miss Logan, of that famous pioneer tock for which Logan's Fort, the first Kedtucky settlement of this section. was named. esting diary of the weather that he has Kepi lor years, me cold weather this week has caused many to wonder about tne zero weather of other winters and Mr. VanArsdall's diary, starting in 1899. cives Februarv 1.1 n having u 29 below zero. Records nf Torn WdDtli. er for other winters up to the present ume are; ivw, the thermometer just reached zero! 1901, on December 16, it reacneu ten below; 1002, none; 1903, February 19, reached three below; 1904, none; 1905, on February 14, four below zero: 1900. 1907' and Iin rnno iuiiC lvut zero on December 30; 1910, on January 10, two below zero; 1911, none; 1912, on January 10, it was 12 below zero; 1913, uune; ijh, on uecemoer 15, It was six below: 1915, none, and 1916 up to January 19, it was two degrees below zero. Mr, VanArsdall savs h will , the above record as correct for he has been very careful about keeping his weather diary right. -- Harrodsburg ueraiu. m. inn. ROBBERS, BOLD AND BAD Blow Safe At Depot And Force Entrance MORE ANCIENT HISTORY. To McRobcrls Drug Store. Sometime between midnight and day light this morning robbers entered the depot by breaking the glass in the door and turning the night latch. Then with a large railroad wrench they twisted the knob from the saf and filled it with explosives and touched it off; the result being a totally demolished safe, the door of which wus blown across the room and into a desk, which The robbers sewas also demolished. cured only a few cents in stamps, as Mr. Patterson tells us he never leaves any money in the safe. A sack containing about five dollars in change was not found, although it was hidden in one corner of the room. The money box to the safe was car ried out the railroad, south of the depot, where It was found about seven o'clock this morning. Sometime dur ing the early morning the drug store of R, E. McRoberts was alio entered, by breaking the glass in the frontdoor) Nothing of importance has been missed STRAYED. from this store although the cases containing the narcotics, were roughly About December 1st, a red steer strayed to my place. Owner can tampered with, showing conclusively have same by paying one dollar for this that the intruders were after "dope" of some character. There is no clue to notice and the grazing bill. D. W. Faulkner. Paint Lick Ky, the robbers, yet there it some talk of Route 2. securing blood hounds. In a paper published in Lancaster, wo wont Bay when, known as the "Kentucky Visitor" and edited by A. li. Elkin and M. M. Vaughan, we find the following interesting item; "The regular debate at the Franklin Institute last Friday was quite interesting. The subject for discussion was "Should women have equal political and civil rights with men?1' The was composed of the tollowing Indies; Misses Maggie Lear, Jennie bweeney, Lou Grant and Jennie Faulk-nethe negative, Misses Annie Bright, AdaMarrs. Kate Mason and Nellie Duncan. The question was decided in favor of the negative. The matter is now settled, and the question that has been vexing the minds of a civilized world for centuries is buried forever in the vortex of oblivion. "Requiescat in pace.". The same paper In 1879 has the following personal: "Garrard was well represented in the way of 23nd Speakers at Danville this year, J. B. Kinnaird and W. S. Elkin being respectively the First and Third speakers of the Deiuologian Society." In the Issue of Dec. llth, 1879. we found the following interesting item; "The bell for the new Presbyterian church, was hung last Friday, and its first sound created considerable sensation among our people. It has a clear, sweet tone, and weighs about 600 lbs. The church has been announced to be ready for dedication on the 23th of this month." alllr-matir; Page 2 , The Central Record, Thursday Jan 27 ' if 19 Id. Claiming to hum saved tho sum of for tho people of the Stato Insurance, tho State. Insurance Hoard has Issued a statement showing that during tho past four years the reduction In Kentucky Is 5 cents morion tho hundred dollars of Insurance than tho Avcrago for the wholo country. Tho total amount of Insurance covered by thcT policies In Kentucky Is about S400,flOA,flOO annually. $!0O,000 In flrn '3''' ' ' " MAIN ISSUE IS T I mm PROHIBITION Drys Claim First Heat In Having Bill Favorably Or. J. S. GILBERT OFFICE Reported ANTI-PAS- S GOES THRU A property classification bill to con- -' form with tho Ideas of tho best posted CENTRAL RECORD UUILDING. persons In n number of Stntos will Otrice Phone 6! Residence Phone 41 shortly be Introduced, according to Chairman W A. Perry, of tho llouso LANCASTKR. KY. Itovenuo and Taxation Committee. a n rn-- L - n :..1 - t :i i r i - IN Arnold Buggies Place an order now for one of ARNOLD'S Five Leading Buggies and you will be sure to have it when Spring conies. The gear shown in this cut has been used almost exclusively in our buggies for the past five years, without a single brok en reach, fifth wheel or king bolt. The twisted gear shows what it will stand when put to test. On Display In Lancaster Next Monday, January 31st. in R. JVV. I ARNOLD, Danville, Ky, 'ducted SCHOOL NOTES. boy wrote his fust A composition on vvattr. "Water is good to drink, to bathe in, and to skate on. When I was a little boy, the nurse used to bathe me in water every morning, I have been told that the Injuns don't wash themselves once in ten years. I wish I was an Injun." Many young people in school fail to accomplish average results because of a sheer lack of energy. They either do not have it or else fail to apply it in their studies. The school cannot do a great deal for the indolent, frivolous pupit. Unless they mend their ways and face about thev are foreordained to failure in life as well as in studies. There is another class filled with energy and enthusiasm who obtain meager results because of misdirected energy; not knowing how to turn this energy to good account they waste it; not obtaining the best results from their efforts they worry and thereby lose the pleasure that should come from mental effort. They have not mastered the art of study. e recipWhile there are no es for successful study no formulas for n mechanical application, some principles may be of help. rirst, the great principle of Concentration is indispensable to unv sort of successful study. Nobody but a genius can leurn a lesson and at the same time do a lot of other things. He simply cannot master a lesson and entertain company at the same time. An hour of mental concentration is better than a whole day of "mental sauntering". Neither is study a social active; it admits of no division of interest; talking ami study do not go together. A loquacious is an expensive nuisance. Two pupils cannot study together to much advantage; one will do the thinking, the other the absorbing. Study is an individual altalr; two ' studying together is a plausible method of wasting time. Let us in the next placs notice one or two external conditions influencing the pupil in his study. Quiet surroundings are a necessary condition to a pupil who has not acquired the habit of close concentration and reflection. All attractions snouiu Do reduced to a minimum. The "family living room" sometimes offers an unfavorable environment. No pains should be spared to secure favorably conditions as to temperature, light and ventilation of the ready-madroom-mate I room. The body should be made com- fortable so as to favor a right mental attitude toward the work in hand. In the case of study by night, it is very important that the light be of adequate power and properly placed, allowing the rays to pour over the reader's shoulder If possible, If not, the light should be properly shaded. By day an optn window affords the worst possible place to study, inducing mind wandering and inviting sure defeat. 13 ro. Clere, the litptiit minister, con- - "I have taken a great many bottles learner. The examinations have como ami f Chamberlain's Cough Remedy urd I have gone, creating much helpful agitation every time it has cured me. and determined resolution. Significant found it most effectual for a hacking are vows and high resolves heard on cough and for colds. After taking it a cough always disappears," writes J. It. every hand. Moore, Lost Valley, Ga. Obtainable Among the new pupils enrolled we everywhere. note the following; Myrtle and Sallie Lee, Lucy Marsee, Elizabeth Doty, Columbia and Parker MT. HEBRON Virtues of Great Mind. Tussey, Carl Criscillus, Dewey and A great mind enables a man to main Christine Oakes, Wilmore Meadows and Mr. Ephriam Anderson is ciuite sick tain his station with honor, so that ho Charles Bourne. with grippe. only makes uso of what he meets In Pupils who made 100 on examination. Mr. Sam Duncan of Nicholasville bis way, as a pilgrim that would fala Second Grade. Homer bought of Mr. Hunter Hay some shoats bo at his Journey's end. Seneca. Arithmetic. Carrier, Gayle Doty, Julian Elliott, at G cents per lb. Edith Mi.ore, Dorothy Moss, Duncan i Air. and Mrs. J. B. Dean moved to Enough on Hand. Haselden, Nellie Poff. their farm recently purchased trom Mr. "Mamma." said Mar Spelling and Language. Edith Moore. Hamlet Jennings. gle, who had been assigned tho task ot 3rd. and 4th. Grades. Lettie Jen-- I Cement, wood fibre plaster, sand. rocking tho cradle containing her baby nings, Linda Jennings, William Ander-- 1 rock screenings etc.. for sale bv Hud-- I brother, "If tho angels have any more kids to givo away, don't you tako 'em, son, J. 0. Bogie, Essie Conn, Elsie son, Hughes & Farnau. Fathergill. j Mr ani Mr3 Minari! namm are j 4th. and 5th. Grades. Arithmetic. tertaining in their new home a dainty To Clean Tapestries. Lena Young, Gertrude Conn, little Miss who arrived on the 20 inst. Pour boiling water over a handful or j Spelling. Elizabeth Hagan. Mr. Isaac Montgomery and family of two of bran. Lot It stand until tepid History. Eugenia Dunlap, Kebekah 'Jessamine were the guest of hismother and then plunge tho tapestries into It. Mrs. Lauranev Montgomery, Saturday Uso no soap and do not rub, but just Siler. shako tho goods up and down in tho Ctii Graie, Arithmetic and History, and Sunday. liquid. Wring them out, rlnso well In Mr. Irvine Dean entertained at n tepid water and hang out In tho wind. Paul Morrow, 'social Saturday evening theie were When dry. shako them well to remove Arithmetic. Beulah Howard. about forty present who were loyally the particles ot bran. Elle Lee Poff, Spelling. entertained. Mr. and Mrs. A. S' Dean were called to Jessamine Saturday by the death of HERE'S NATURE'S OWN his brother, Mr. William Dean wiio died Friday evening. REMEDY FOR CATARRH Misses Sallio and Lillian Montgomery returned Saturday trom a three weeks Hyomei Relieves Catarrh Without the Use visit with their sister, Mrs. Dudley le, Ky. (Jordan, in Frankfort. of Dangerous Drugs. Miss Bernio Montgomeiy returned from Hamilton Valley last Thursday Not until Hyomei was discovered has where she spent several weeks with No. 10 Cincinnati Express, it been possible to truthfully say that her sister, Mrs. Jus. Hamilton. 4:30 a.m daily real remedy for catarrh was known Mr. Herod Rains aged 2'J and Miss No. 4 SpeHvomcl is an oil and its air is breath17 left Tuesday cial, daily 0:03 a.m. ed through a small inhaler furnished Christine Stone aged night for Jelico, Tenn., where they No. 28 Blue Grass Special, with It for a few minutes four time In marriage. They were daily except Sun...C;08 a.m. day, and during that time every were united particle of this Hyomei laden air taken both prominent young people of this No. 14 Carolina S p o c I n I, daily 7:00 n.m into the air passages and lungs is im section and were here Sunday receiving - Local Express, daily 1:35 p.m. progneted with a powerful germ killing congratulations from their many friends No. No. Limited, and health-give- n antiseptic. daily 5:20 p.m. Sprays and lotions often cause dis lounty Court Days. No. 12 Royal Palm, daily.. 5:37 p.m. orders of the respiratory tracts or bring on some other diseases and never make Richmond, 1st. Monday, No, 5 L o c a Express, a permanent euro of catarrh. Paris, 1st. Monday. But daily when the uir of Hyomei penetrates to 11:05 a.m. Frankfort, 1st. Monday, No. 11 Royal Palm, daily..U:20 a.m. the Inmost nir cells of the lungs and Hurrodsburg, 1st. Monday, No. 1 New Orleans Lim enters the blood with the oxygen it not Lexington, 2nd. Monday. only kills the germs In the throat and ited, daily 11:35 a.m. Stanford, 2nd.Mor.day, nose, but kills the bacilli in the blood. No. 13 Carolina Special, Shclbyville, 2nd. Monday, freeing the mucous membranes from daily 10:15 p.m. Carlisle, 2nd. Monday. poisonous microbes and giving perfect Spe No. 3 Danville, 3rd. Monde;. health. Lawrcnceburg, 3rd. Monday cial, daily 11:35 p.m. A complete outfit is Inexpensive No. 0 F lorlda Spo- Nicholasville, 3rd. Monday, and Includes an inhaler, dropper and sufMt. Sterling, 3rd. Monday. cinl, dully 11:52 p.m. ficient Hyomei for several weeks treat Somerset, 3rd. Monday, No. 27 Blue Grass Spe ment. Georgetown, 3rd. Monday. cial, dally except It. E. McKoberts has so much faith LANCASTER, 4th. Monday) Sunday, arrives.. 8:15 p.m. in the merit uf Hyomei that he agree Winchester, 4th. Monday. For rates, routes and Information to return the money to any purchaser Montlcello, 4th. Monday, call upon or address M. J, Coughlin, who Is not thoroughly satisfied. 2t Versailles, 4th. Monday. agent; 'phone 340. I mnrnlncr nf wMeh limit- - ha rnndu n anipv brilliant and inspiring talk to the school on the intellectual possibilities of the devotional exercises Tuesday Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Most Ef-- The Habit of Taking Cold. With many people taking cold is habit, but fortunately one that is easily broken. Take a cold sponge bath every morning when you tlrst get out of bed not ice cold, but a temperature of absut 30 F. Also sleep with your win dow up. Do this and you will seldom take cold. When jou do fike cold take Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and get rid of it as quickly as possible. Obtain able everywhere. factual, ,.. ( I Time Table. Danvil North-boun- Southern Rail Road, G- South-boun1 Statewide prohibition was given n Write for free Cutnlotjiic. No Agls. start In tho Senate when tho Senate Committee on Constitutional Amend & Sons. Tho Advertisers' Clubs of Louisville mcnts decided to report favorably Sen utor Frost's bill providing for the ml Lexington are nrtlvo In having Lexington, Kentucky. bill Introduced providing for a nenaltj amendment to tie submitted to the 131.5 for fraudulent advertising similar to people of Kentucky at the 1917 elec tho city ordinances which the club Hon. Tho voto on the committee, which have, respectively, succeeded In get ting through the city councils of each was taken In executive session, was For, Williams, city. Montgomery, Frost Antle; against. Knight. Mttrcll ami Congressman A. V. Ilarklcy has In Htrlcklett. Senator Zimmerman reTrain Schedule Al Lancaster, Ky. irouueeii a uin in uongress "to nnv f ruined from voting. ent tho manufacture and salo of al Ono hundred citlrens from Pike cohollc liquors In tho District of Co AIIIIIVK. luuibln," and says that It Is his Inten ui i ii in iii rraiiKiort to use I No 10;G:Oo:u. in. to push tho bill to turn tho na their concerted action against tho protion tlonal capital dry. Ho said that It wat posed bill to dlvldo tho county and To Maysville, connecting ut Kichmor.i a mistake to accuse Kentucky as be hiuko niunicy county out of tho oar. ing a "whiskey Stato," for 114 out ol uiiou, iney appeared before the r:.. with I, & N to Frankfort St Louliville; at Winchester with C & 0 to taxing-to12U counties aro dry. ral Assembly In a body. , .i i, is i & Frankfort, Mount Sterling & It Is regarded as somewhat novel it i. tiaiiiii-- Willi u will tin a rnn. that a member of Congress from the tltutlonal Impossibility to dlvldo tin- Ashland, at Paris to Cincinnati. county slnco Plko County at present Stato that produces mnro whiskey No 71;HJ5 a. m. than any other In tho Union, and hai contains only 785.K5 suuaro mile,, To Rowland & Stanford connecting threodlfths of all tho whiskey In the This question, however, Is In dispute, United Status In Its bonded wareuu u win uavo to bo determined by at Rowland, L & N to all points South houses, Bhould champion tho cause ol tne- Virginia line. Tho constitution No 28; 11:01 a. m. prohibition, according to Wasbingtoi provides tiiat a county miat contain To Richmond, dispatches. connecting with L & ti uasi 4iH square miles. N to Irvine & Ileattyville. Lexington & Cincinnati. Middlesboro & Kncxville. tho Impeachment charges are "utter groundless" and says that ho ! thero to answer them In person. providing for the. Tho menatiro working of convicts on thn State adopted ns a eonsll roads, which was tutlnnal amendment nt the November Is receiving favorable com , election, Frankfort. Ky. (Sneelall. st.itn. whlo prohibition, woman suftrngo nnd ttirnt, and provisions will bo made for an antl-pabill am tho paramount Is- - trie carrying out or It. li. U Marrow, Crmtnnle ()itlclun . sues to bo totllerl at this session of tho Im Kllleil. s.ti.t.dlon (lni.r.ld Kentucky (icncral Assembly. Indorsed by flovernor Stanley and There has hardly been a day slnco Attorney (leneral xr.nn, the anti-pasme Kill, session opened but that llieso hill Introduced by Representative threo matters have been mentioned or Htrlrklett, of Covington, passed the referred to In resolutions, bills nnd th Senate by a vote of 27 to 7 after belike. ing amended to permit tile exchange of Tho "wets" claim that n show-dorailroad pastes for advertising spare Fine Cut on tho liquor question was forced too In the newspapers. If the bill passes early for tho good of a business the House It becomes effective January M. ministration, but the "drys" claim they 1, 1917 aro determined to know where every A Ann of not less than 1500 nor memocr stands at tho earliest posslbl more than 2.f.00 and a Jail sentence of date. not less than ten days nor more than Mated over their victory In havln thirty da) a for any railroad company tho Statc-wtdhill favorably reported furnishing pastes. A forfeiture of tiy tho henatn committee, tho "drys' linn to 1500 gave tho administration tho biggest for and a fine of from accepting any state official free siirprlso of their lives and staged bnttlo of mnro than ordinary Interes transportation.one nf the strong DemoThe hill Is although It may bo short and declslv Lick. Kontuoky Dr Norman A. Palmer, Superintend cratic party pledges and was the first to be read Into the Senate calendar ent of tho Kentucky To mako the provision for the exLeague, nnd Mrs, Frances II IleauI). V. . champ. President of tho Kentiick) change of passes from the railroads ii advertising, Woman's Christian Temperance with theIt. newspapers offor Nicholasville. James Slears, Union, have, been on tho ground since the opening of tho legislature. It I President of the Kentucky Press Asraid that tho usual paid lobbyists of sociation, and n II Sens, of Mt Ster! (Irntliiatp Cincinnati Vcteriimrv tne distillers have not madn their an ling, Chairman uf the Legislative of the assiKl.it Inn, called on pear-anc- o )ct. but they are expected to College. get active soon. In the last I.eclsla Oovcrnor Stanley to urrc hlni not to Olhcc at W. II. Rurtcn's Sale Stable. lure of 1312 the State-wide- , question oppose this amendment was deferred until tho closing days n Night Phone 211. The (5eneral Assembly has extended mo (ieneral Assembly. an Invitation to President Woodrow Drastic enough to remedy the evil Wilson to address a Joint session at He has also been so long complained of by tho people his convenience. Invited , tho administration's ami bo givento attend a meeting lhat will by the Kentucky Illiteracy trust and corrupt practice measure He has arceiited the Inhavo been Introduced In both Houses Commission. FUNERAL DIRECTOR and will bo pushed by (lovernor Stan vitation If It Is possible for Mm to Olllce Over National Rink, ley. wiio pledged himself to see that do so. they were enacted. Residence Phone 3. Olllce Phone IT7 Mrs. Cora Wilson Stewart. President LANCASTKR, KY. Tho bill to reimburse Kenturklana of the Illiteracy Commission, will for cattle destrojed In stamping out probably address a Joint session of the epidemic of foot and mouth dls the Ceneral Assembly Thursday. Febease Is expected to pass both Houe ruary 17, as a Joint resolution was For All Kinds of with little opposition. It provider offered In the Senate by President Pro JfiS.000 to cover these losses sustained Tern. Combs Inviting her by farmers. Similar bills have bee At tho request of Covlnston minispassed by fourteen States. Icrs, a bill was Intrndured by Rctircsee Representative Prank C. tlrecne, of sentatlvn (Jrcen, of Carroll County, Carrnllton. has said that he will oo prohibiting the ue of sereins and blinds which now protect the Interior pose Hon. Arthur Rouse, IlurllnEtoii It Is for the renomlnatlon to Congress from of snloons from public view tho Sixth District. Creeno Is also de claimed that the bill will enable the drys" to ,cttcr handle tho llauor tennlned to push his "Jim Crow" bill providing for tho separation of street problem In that locality. Phon 2L"J. cars with compartments for negroes I ltol Tto'Jp. m In an effort to carry out the Re publican campaign pledges. Represen Judgo James M. Denton has mad Stone, of Crittenden County. In- M. K. Denny and W. A. Wider It known that ho does not Intend tc tatlve oppose Representative J. Campbell troduced a bill which will be puihcd Doctors Of Denial Surgery. Cantrlll, of the Seventh District. In for the abolishment nf ti10 State Fire OIBce -- Slocmr. Hnllillnnatrl Una ,1 XoAtt event he Is not selected to succeed th .Marshal Department. . uu'. nintinrr Hiorr late Justice Lamar on tho Suprem Announcing his candidacy for Con LANCASTKR, . oencn ny rrcsldcnl Wilson, lie wa gress KF.NTUCKY. in tho Eighth District. Repre supported for tho latter place by all sentative (leorge U Pickett, of Shel except threo of the Kentucky delega byvllle. a cousin of (lovernor Stanley. Hon In Congress. says that he is going in give Congrtsw- man Thn fight of the dry forces In the life. Harvey Helm tho battle of bis Legislature to securo tho passage ol State-wid- e amendment for prohlbl A houe-to-houcanvass will be Hon Is only the Initial struggle that made all over the slate bv the Wn. will be waged during this session Olllce at Rniney a Livery Stable. xium'h Christian Tvinperanm I'nion A bill Is to be Introduced to prohibit -- . tho manufacture Intoxicating securing signers to petitions of Lancaster, Kentucky nig i ne Legislature to pass the amendliquors In Kentucky. ment providing for a statewide vote Tho constitution Is silent on the question of tho manufacture nf Intoxl on prohibition. It Is their td.m m eating liquors. Tho sale, barter or send a petition nf at livut i.ooo names loan Is permitted by Section CI nf the to the Ceneral Assembly each day. constitution, but tho word "mauufae Mrs. Ileatrlre Hale, of NVw York. ture" was left out, so that tho dry forces claim that a bill to prohibit the one of the leading sufTraitlsIs of the ountry. received o warm wehomo on manufacture may be pissed by a ma Jorlty vote. It Is In tho hands of Sen her visit to the Slate Capital and In ntor Frost and Representative Hamll her address to the Joint session nf th ton, who Introduced tho State-widCeneral Assembly. She was lnir.wln- bills In the .Senate and House respec d by Lieutenant governor James li lively. Black. Suffrage leaders claim an abundance Judgo Joo IJ. Williams, of McCreary of confidence in passing their bill pro Everytliintl for Orclionl. I.nwn mid County. Is In Frankfort claiming thai vldlng for a statewide vote next year (iiirricn. Much Interest Over Voman Suffrage Stanley County Will Likely De Made A Business Session. Honaker Flowers. John McRoberts. H. J. PATRICK, Dentlt. Paint Jl. Casey, Veterinary Surgeon. J. A. Beazlev ... ROUGH LUMBER, G. C. COX, Manse.Ky Dr. Wm. D. Pryor, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. TREES Fruit and Shade Trees Shrubs. Grape Vines, Rhubarb. Asparagus. Roses, Phlox. Peonies 9 H.F.Hillenmcyer L. & - N n -- - The Central Record $1.00 Per Year In Advance. Lancaster, - No70;!I:o0o. m. To Richmond, connecting with fast train to Cincinnati. No 27; 2:00 p. m. To Louisville, connecting at Lebanon Junction to FJizabethtown & Rowling Green, and at Ilardstnwn Junction to Rardstown & Springfield. - . . Kentucky. No 9; 8:42 p. in. To Stanford, rnniieetino- - with fast train to Rristol & Atlanta. The Central Record, Thursday Jan 27, 1916 2 Page 3 If you want the Highest Market Price for your Tobacco, sell it in RICHMOND, KY., at the We have the best lighted Warehouse to be found anywhere and you can't sell for the highest price unless you have it under a good light. We give you the best service we possibly can. We unload you and weigh you in your turn and make you feel at HOME. Nice warm stalls for your teams and whatever you do, don't forget about our LIGHT. Below are some of our sales for the past week. Burton Morgan 12101bs, $241.00, average $19.91 Hockaday 6 Bitter 2430 lbs $435.24, average $17.91 J. T. Jones & Son 1630 lbs 320.37, average 19.65 White 6 McBrlde 1900 lbs 293.56, average 15.45 J. C. Long 1030 pounds $153.26, average $15.28 Prewitt & Sebastian 3530 lbs 530.29, average 15.01 Adams & Whitlock 1880 lbs 281.00, average 15.00 MAKE THE HOME HOUSE YOUR D HEADQUARTERS WHEN IN TOWN. nulhnmv nn nninMi,. Joseph William Itlchnrds, South llcth- - ALL ABOUT THE rueiii, i n.; i.oiiigii, bu; proressor or LEGISLATURE electrochemistry. Lohlgli university, and author of numerous works on elecTilt.' BTATP TnlTIJMAt. nf Frank. trometallurgy. Ijiwrence Addlcks. Chrome. N. .1.: fort, Six Issues per week. Only Daily .Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Paper at the State Capital. 'SO; consulting engineer for Phelps. From Now Until April Dodge & Co. and nn authority on the metallurgy of copper. 1, Cents. fin EE E Javvo-so- n School ! .c" Lavv. in NATION'S GENIUS ON NAVAL BOARD Something About Act ARE YOU HUNGRY? If so call at rrLt iir run.f i i, 3. It j i J9f mtit f r Ife: rr I eai II urn ! ore tVt 1 STOP AT OUR 3 (crn-- 1 U'U 1 (T) Diiair fSBAK2. Scc'j, LaiavJc, Kt. -- lZ LLOLl in-Sof- for a nice Lunch, also Everything t Drinks E1G $4.00 ONE YEAR. $2.00 SIX MONTHS L. COURIER-JOURNA- TIih undrraiRni'd hereby irve ing to nil persons not to trespass upon our lands tor any purpose whatever as FIRST MEETING ON OCT. 6. we will prosecute all offenders to ful l;st extent of law. Hunters and. Fishermen especially take notice. Ed & N H J'nce it. I.. Elkin Various 8cientlfio Socfetiee of the Country Suggested Two Names Each, Mrs. Kcbecca J. West W. It. Cook. and Body Now Consists of Twenty-thre- e James G. Conn, II. 0. Arnold. . Members, With Thomas A. Edi-o- n J. 1'. Illand. J. C. at the Head Who the Men Are. Ione Ilros J. II. and W. S. Weaver W. T. West. J. llooth Sutton. Tbo meeting of the now naval adW. I. I.awson and son. Howard King, visory board of Inventions recently Miss Carrie lloulden, J. II. ItiRsby. named by Secretary Daniels after he warn- POSTED Men Who as Official Advisers. DAILY BY MAIL (NOT SUNDAY) AND A. C. Miles. J. II. Woods. Jno. M. Farra, J. II. Thompson, David Steven. H. 1.. Kelly. S. C. ItiRsby. Frank Thompson. I). M. Anderson. J. II. Thompson, Davis Sutton Am and Ed Bourne. We will add other names for 25 cents J. C. Itiesby. John Itichardson, FARM and FAMILY A GREAT MONTHLY MAGAZINE cash. HUNTERS TAKE NOTICE. During January AND February Only 1 This Agreement Witnesseth; That in order to protect the game on our lands for a period of three years we bind ourselves not to hunt thereon, nor permit anybody else to do so, and we further agree to prosecute with dili gence all persons who violate the game laws of Kentucky or trespass upon our lands for the purpose of hunting. And we further agree to act as Deputy Game Wardens for the purpose of car Special Rate Period Limited to These Two Months. rying out this agreement. Except each of us have the right to kill rabbits en our ."arms or ermit it to be done by another under our supervision, or the supervision of some responsible and reliable person selec'eu hy us. This November 15th, 115. It. I,. Elkin. J. E. Itobinson, Jno. M. Farra, W.JI. Ilrown, W, II. Hurton. Alex Walker, Haselden Ilros., T. A. Elkin. F. M. Tinder, J. II. Dalton, Ixgan Hubble, John II. Smith. G. M. Deshon. J. N. Koss, Fisher Herring, II. U. Cox, Hughes Ilros, J. W. Sweeney, W. M. Mahan. Withers Ilros. William, Marcus and Jim White. II. F. Wilmot, J. D. I'ope. Mrs. David Chenault, Fred J. Conn, W. It. Cook. J, tV. Elmore, Huffman Ilros, T. C. Itankin. Sam Cotton, Wm. G. Anderson. T. M. Arnold. Jr. W. II. Moss It. E. Henry, Jno. M. White. Ilright Herring, A. I), Ilrndshaw, It. I,. Darker. Splendid Combination at a Little Over Half the Regular Price. Subscription orders at this rate will be accepted only when sent through regular Courier-Journal Agent in this district. R. E. McRoberts. Lancaster, Ky. COURIER-JOURNAL COMPANY, Louisville. rjj t i r . . j .:wi Travel there on thi "St. Louis Special" equipped with electric lighted steel coaches, through drawing room sleeping car3 to Jacksonville and new dining car service to Ashcvillc, and from Ashcvillc to Jacksonville. The trip via Ashcvillc is through "The Land of the s' Sky",the only scenic route to Florida. Very low fares and winter tourists' fares now in effect; with stonovera and other snecial features. home-seeker- The Southern Railway is the direct line to Ashcvilie, Aiken, Augusta.Char-lcstuColumbia, Savannah, Summer-vill- e and other southern resorts. n, Oct full Information and faiei from the Local Southern Agent, or wilte to B. H.Todd, District Pastangcr At ant.Loul.vill X Southern Redlway Florida - Cuba - New Orleans IDEAL WINTER PLAYGROUNDS n WINTER TOURIST TICKETS ON SALE DAILY TO ALL RESORTS OF TOR FULL INFORMATION, THE SOUTH. LONQ RETURN LIMIT. STOP OVERS. APPLY TO NEAREST TICKET AGENT OR WRITE H. C. KINC, Passenger end Ticket AEent, 101 East Main Street, W. A. BECKLEK, General A;nt, nnsr - Lexington, Ky. Cincinnati, Ohio shipwrecks. Henry Alexander Wise Wood. New York city, engineer and manufacturer of printing machinery, student of naval neronautlcs. Elmer Ambrose Sperry. Chicago. Cornell, "70; founder of Sperry Electric company, designer of electric applihad received suggestions from the ances and gyroscope stabilizer for ships leading BCleutlflc societies will be one and aeroplanes. of the moat Interesting ever held in this country- - The gathering will take Violent Temper Inherited. place In Washington on Oct. 0. The In of the cases ot violent boarU la composed of twenty-thremembers, with Thomas A. Edison temper studied by Cbarloa 13. Davenport this waa clearly Inherited. chairman. Something about the men who form the committee Is Interesting at this Peculiar Mexican Tree. In Mexico there grows a tree called time. Following Is a list of the mem' the 'tree of little hands." It Is thus ben: W. IL Whitney, Schenectady. N. Y.; called owing to the fact that its Ave Massachusetts Institute of Technology, peculiarly curvod branches look Ilk "00; director of research laboratory of the fingers of a child. the General Electric company, where To Clean be bos been the moving spirit In the or other Handles ot perfection of metallic electric lamp flla tho development of wrought articles of the same material may be ments and tungsten. restored by cleaning with pure olive L. II. Backeland. lookers, N. Y.; oil and rubbing with a nail brush, folUniversity of Ghent, '82; In private lowed by a rubbing with a piece ot practice; founder of tho Nepers. Cncm chamois. leal company, 1802, and inventor of photographic paper. Starfish Fertilize Rice. Frank Julian Hprogue, New York The Janapanes use starfish as t city; Naval academy, '78; consulting fertilizer, and it Is said to give ex engineer for Bprngue, Otis and Gen ccllent results on rice. An analyst! cral Electric companies; founder of shows the fish to contain nearly 5 pel Kprogue Electric ltallway Motor com cent of nitrogen and a small quantltj puny and concerned In establishing of phosphoric acid. first electric trolley systems in tho United States. 11. G. Lauitnc, Pittsburgh; Ohio State, " Honored. '88; chief engineer of Wcstlnsbouso Clayborn, an old negro coachman ot Electric and Manufacturing company a southern physician, was talking to and a prollllc Inventor. another negro one day about the price llobcrt Simpson Woodward, Wash' of a ticket to Jacksonville. "Ah don't lngton; Michigan, 72; president of Car know nothin' 'bout tickets," said negle Institution and an nuthority on "My boss never has no tickets astronomy, geography and mathemat for his travelin'." "Is dat so?" asked leul physics. his friend. "Why don't ho have no Arthur Gordon Webster, Worcester, tickets?" " 'Causo de railroad Is les' Mass.; Harvard, 'S3; professor of phys proud ter tote him!" exclaimed the les Clark university and an authority loyal Clayborn. Tho doctor was on sound. Its production and measure for tho road. ment Andrew Murray Hunt, New York Livelier Talker Than Stepper. city; Naval academy, '70; consulting "Step lively," yelled a conductor to engineer; experienced lu the develop two old women who wero trying to ment of hydroelectric, steam and gas board a car at Ilroadway plants. street tho other day. Alfred Craven, Now York city; Naval and Thirty-fourtacademy, 'G7; chief engineer of public "Step lively there, will youT" ho called bervlco commission and formerly divi- again. "Step lively, you Idiot," ansion engineer In charge of construction swered one of tho old women, trying to pull herself up to tho step ot the work ou Crotou aqueduct and resercar, "We look as If wo could step voirs. Matthew Ilacon Sellers, Ualtlmore; lively now, don't wo? Walt till you Lawrence Sclentltlc school; director of aro as old as wo aro and seo how livetechnical board of tho Aeronautical So- ly you will Btep; but you will novor ciety of Amerlcu nud lint to determine live to bo so old. Tbo fool killer will dynamic wind pressure ou arched sur- get you long before then." Now York Times. faces by means of "wind funnel." Hudson Maxim, llrooklyu; ordnance and explosive expert and maker of tlrst smokeless powder adopted by tbo United States government. Peter Cooper Hewitt, New York city; Inventor of electric lamp, appliances to ouahlo direct current apparatus to be used with alternating current circuits, aud devices for telephones and aircraft. Thomas Itoblilns, Stamford. Conn.; Princeton; president of ltobblns Conveying licit company and Inventor of li THE proper thing tuauy devices for couveylng coal nud for a lady or gentle-ma- n ore. to present nowaAndrew L. Itlkcr, Detroit; vice president of Locomobile company; electricdays, when making al aud mechanical engineer and In. calls. venter of many automobile devices. Come and see what Howard E. Collin. Detroit; Michigan. '00; vice president of Hudson Motora beautiful line of car company and uctlve lu the develsamples we have and opment of Internal combustion euglues. get our prices for 50 New Saunders. William York city; Pennsylvania, 'Td; chairman or more. comboard of directors IuKenoll-Itnupany aud luventor of many devices for subaqueous and rock drilling. CENTRAL RECORD llsnjainlu llowdltcli Thayer, New York city; Harvard. '83; president of Anaconda Copper Mining company aud e s Mother-of-Pearrl l. mother-of-peaClay-borsur-sco- n cross-tow- William Lcroy Emmet. Scliencctndy. N. Y.; Navnl nendemy '81: engineer with the General Electric company; designed and directed the development of Curtis turbine: first ccrious promoter of electric propulsion for ships. Spencer .Miller. South Orange. N. J.. Worcester Polytechnic. '70: Inventor of ship coaling iipiwratus and the breeches buoy, device used In rescues from Less Than 5 Cents a Week. No other paper will have as large a stalt of reporters as Tho State Journal to cover tho present session. If vou want to keep posted on all features of news at the State Capital, this is your 1916 for 50 GARAGE Whenin Danville Work and Prompt Service by Expert Mechanics. Good Complete line of Tires. Everything in Automobile Accessories. cnance. Keep in touch with State politics and see what your Representatives are doing. Send All Subscriptions to The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky Prestollte Service. Personal Stationery Should be Engraved or Embossed oowadays. It reflects good taste and at once creates a favorable impression. MITCHELL & SHACKELFORD. Second Street. Phone 124. Danville, Ky. Suppose you come and tee the many beautiful samples we have and get our prices. HIGHEST PRICES PAID SUnltUac M.il.d Saipmant b Relv.l Day No Commission Writ (or Prk THE Skipplat Tost to Pay tht ud 1SSS Central Record. M. Sabel & Sons hrarxnt.4 E.UUA! LOUISVILLE. KY. 0 7 ij jj pay more Loans on proaucuve iarms on liberal plan. Confinential 6 prompt service m rati wny Farm Loans . .4 at ivcnirail i !f THOMAS . & ELKIN, w 1 "V A Jf n nccuru uuice, t Lancaster, ivy. . Yo3A ST , Announcing Their 1 7r ' ' i bM. if, .mil l How to Grow Bigger Crops of Superb Fruit FR.EE need Whether YOU own orthis practical, aexpert information. It Is inforyou Intern! to plant few trees or a thousand, mation that will tav j ou time, labor nrul money. We will d sully mall you a frt? copy of our New Cutalotj-- an Jl x 8 lu. book tlmt It t imply packet! with hint that will enable ou ti secure bumper cropt (ruit-n- nj o( finest avll them at prices. Tho whole book U filled Instruct with (act that will you-U- cti about bow Itujt trower Oct It t Simply tend ua your everywhere aro eettfnff orodltHAua crops ao4 Urce cash profits from crops ui jufUK, mi m r( gmKiw oiaric uroi tree (acts that emphasise the truth of Ihtaslom "Stark Trees Hear Fruit." natural-cololieauttful photos ot leading fruits all through the book. eo4 for your copy today to Visiting Card Engraved A Neatly Stark Bro's Nurseries at Louisiana, Mo. Head It and learn about the new fruit tree triumph of Mark liro'ilonc Century of buccesi the "DoublvLMe' k urlmel GoMen tho tree developmeut thai rttUit "collar roi." liet tho N.w Pacts about btaik Ucllcisui." Stt.-'- i Catly Blbttta, and all th. lat.tt Kachet, Stark llro'a trourn. J. II. Il.l. alio Lincoln I'car, Slark Hoolmortncy Cherry. Mammoth liuM 111 m ami aH th other farauu. Mark Uro alrult,bcrrlaaUornaiuntal. rf a LaWu7 Get Our New Catalog cover with beautiful pho- tographs. MU i tkt CvPm or a ajd. uvaiinif)uvirii4iuf pw H ao4 adjrvss. mw w Stark Dro'a M kiii fj,k r. PUrt LouUUaawMe. p4ia. your tsnm wll'HrvovfB Jj1 Dept. A Vf rr4tUi&tf - A n Page 4 ThcCentral Record; HENRY. Mrs Henry Simpson, or tins city was incorporated. Inst Saturday by "1 Weekly. $1.00 a year. ssued the serious illness of her mother, Mrs. Anna Henry, who dleil In that city J. E ROBINSON. EDITOR. afternoon at the residence of R.L.KLK1N. Local L.lltornnd Mgr.!,, Mr. j. c. uichanlson. totfrwUi lb. lni mcc Hi I micMter. Kj., Mrs. Henry wbs 72 years old nd had Mull lttti 'been In III health for a number of rron1 months. She is survived by nine chil Kentucky Tress Association dren, Member most of whom were at her bed- and sidf when the end came. The body Eighth District Publishers League. was taken to Mt. Sterling where burial services were conducted Wednesday Lancaster, Ky., January 27, 1916 I The Central Record, Thursday Jan 27 MOTHER NATURE 19 It. HAKES HER GIFT Compounds In Her Laboratory Ingredients For The Master Medicine, Tanlac. .,., r i flf afternoon. since Thurshad only been sick day, when she was stricken with 10 line See was a sincere Chrispneumonia. 05 tian, heving been a member of the Obituaries, per line Christian church for many years. She We are authorized to announce Miss was universally loved. She was in her Jennie Biggins a candidate for County seventv-firs- t year. Mrs. Walker was of Garrard one School Siiiermtendent women of those County, subject to the action of the never so happy as when ministering to August 1917. Democratic primary the wants of her relatives and friends. The heritage left is the richest and amendThere will be no constitutional most comforting possible. She is surment submitted to a vote of the people vived by her aged husband and two on Strte wide prohibition at this session daughters, Mrs. Joseph Davis and Miss The defeat of the General Assembly, The Pearl Walker, all of I'erryville. of the Frost Hill in the Senate this funeral was conducted by Dr. Crutch-fiel- d, week by a vote of 20 to 14 eliminates of the Methodist church, at 1:30 the question for this time. p. m. yesterday. Burial in the I'erryThe people did not expect a submis ville cemetery. Danville Messenger. sion of the question now. The GovernThe deceased was a sister of the late or was nominated uy his party upon II. A. B. Marksbury and ot Mrs. W. wide issue. He and all the anti-stat- e II. Hughes of this city. the democratic members of the General Assembly were elected upon a platform declaring In favor of (he County unit RAY. law which was interpreted by all facanti-stat- e Mr. Eliza M. Kay, widow of Abner wide platform. tions as an The Governor and the leaders of the Ray, died at her late home on the Poor partv were right in opposing the sub- Ridge pike last Sunday and was buried mission of the prohibition amendment in the family burying ground Monday, at this time. For in so doing, the after funeral services conducted by partv and its leaders would have been Rev. A. J. Clere. breaking contract with the people. Mrs. Rav was born April 3rd, 1341 We do think, however, that the party and was in the seventy-fift- h year of should make its plans to submit this her age. Her husband preceded her to amendment to a vote at some time in her death about fourteen years ago. the future, and the people should be She was a devoted member of the given to understand that this will be Christian church, having attached herdone. With this question out of the self to this denomination in her early way for the present, it is up to the youth. She is survived by five living Governor and his advocates to continue children, four sons, Dan, John, Will his work of reform in which he is pleas- and Tom, all of whom are residents and ing the people. There are some bills splendid citizens of the county. She which are about to be enacted into law leaves one daughter. Mrs. Robert at Governor Stanley's instance which Teater, of Madison county. A perfect give promise of great good to the state. lady at all times under all circumSo far as we can observe the people stances, she seemed born to inspire the are pleased with Governor Stanley's love nnd respect of all who were so administration, and want him to be fortunate as to be acquainted with her. given a fair chance to do what he has No one was more willing to aid the promised. sulTering, cheer the desponding and to The question of military prepardness Is the all absorbing thought before the American people. It seems to us that such strength should be added to both the navy and army, as to protect our Rotes For Political Announcements For I'recinct and Citv UHUes . . .$ G.X) 10.00 'or County Office or State and District Offices.... 15.00 10 For Calls, per line 10 For Cards, per line For all publications in the Interest of individuals or expression of individual views, per WALKER. Mrs. Susie Marksbury Walker, wife of Mr. Kobert W. Walker, died at her Iste homi' In I'erryville January the ninth. Her death came us a great shock to the family and friendss as she Of all the ailments that Millet hu- ..... ! S... mniiii, vurumc . uyspepsia (iruuiiuiy Iis tne most common. Its causes and Skilled' characterizations are many. specialists have been unable to coe with this almost universal malady, but Mother Nature, who, after alt, is the ideal physician, in combination with skill in chemistry, has compounded in her inexhaustible laboratory a marvelous remedy for this trouble. A lecturer would use hours to describe the sufferings that dyspepsia brings. Dyspeptics become listless, then morbid, are melancholy over little things, have whimsical ideas, perhaps "grouchy" is a better word, aside from the nervous physical suffering, und with appetite gone, sleep fitful, dizzy spells and ntusea frequent life hardly seems worth living. Tanlac seems to almost instantly check this distressing condition, and to restore a healthy, normal appetite, bring good, restful sleep, and banish that tired, nervous feeling- - in short, to restore the stomach to the habit of doing a full day's work and doing it . i I Detroit Princess -- I Children's Dresses We now have a complete line of these celebrated dresses in stock in all sizes from 2 year size to 14 year. Prices Range from 60c. to 81.00 i well. These are all made of best guaranteed FAST COLOR materials and our advice to our customers is to buy early. Styles are best possible prices are at their lowest for the year. There is no possible chance to better in any way this season. Tanlac is now being introduced in Lancaster at R. E. McRoberts, where it is being explained daily to scores of men and women. New Percales cales and offer them at I2ic the lowest price ever macle for this quality of Percales. We have now in stock more than SEVENTY-FIV- E PATTERNS of the very finest special lightweight Per- TOWN CLOCK UP. Conn Brothers who have the contract to replace the clock in the new Court House have accomplished this job and for the first time in nearly a year we can hear the melodious tone of its stroke. The hands are set over an il luminated dial and when the lights are connected uy, we arc presumed to tell the time after dark. So mote it be, New Ginghams We offer choice of Fifty excellent styles in a very superior quality of Dress Ginghams at IOc yard. Full line of Bates and Toile du Nord Dress Ging- m m FARMERS BUY AUTOS lr .1 nail me If Pit urs sold t It in united f. i iiaies in 1915 Went to the Country. According to records kept in Wash lngton, there were 2.000,000 motorcars registered in the various states inJuly 1915, indicating a marked increase in the number of motor vehicles in use. There were 20,000 automobile dealers' garages, repair shops and charging Last year stations in the country. nearly half the cars sold in the United States were purchased by farmers. In the four years from 1911 to 1911. th number of cars registered in Illinois, Iowa, Missouri, Wisconsin, Minnesota. North and South Dakota, Kansas and Okiahama increased from 130,000 to 500,000. Of this number more than half are owned by grain farmers, who paid $250,000,000 for the vehicles. COUNTY hams at I2c. Genuine imported Scotch Dress Ginghams in solid colors and fancies at 25c yard. Genuine Imperial Chambray Madras in all plain colors and checks at I5c 8 S HI HI HI Linen Sale Our reduced prices on Table Linens, Napkins, Towels, Crashes, etc., ends January 31st. country against an attack from foreign foe, while special preparations could be had in case of war. Since the leading nations of the earth are now being depleted and al most destroyed from the effects of the great war, there are the remotest prospects that we may have war in the near future, but not in any event until turope has recovered to some extent from the present war. As this program of preparedness will entail on the poo pie an enormous expense and a heavy burden of taxation, the undertaking Bhould be by degrees. It should be a gradual building up. An attempt to put out army and navy upon a footing for a great war for the immediate future, would place an unnecessary burden upon the people and would be We favor a program of reasunwise. onable preparedness. MULE DAY throw the mantel of Christian charity over all, and when sickness and death came to her, neighbors and friends vied with each other in acts of loving kindness and tender solicitude and many were the willing hands that aided her in her last illness. Hundreds who loved her living, mourn her dead. BOARD MEETING. WILMOT. Detth has brought the bitter cup of sorrow to the lips of friend' and rela' tives of Mrs. James I. Wilmot who died Friday, Feb. 21 at 1:30 o'clock. Mrs. Wilmot was born June 8th 1SG4 ,. I unu iiiarrieu .juiiiea it, itiimui reu. 1SI.. . 1833. To them nine children were born, five daughters and four sons all of whom survive her. They are Misses Mayme, Margaret, Lillie, Lucy and Catherine, Messrs. James Jr., lien. Bryan and Clyde Wilmot. To her the struggles and burden bearing of earth aro ended, and she has awakened to see life's endless morning break and know herself in the home eternal. 1 I ... - . T I Saturday, February 5th, will be the next regular meeting of the County Board of education of Garrard County. The county is divided into four educa tional divisions which correspond to the registerial districts of the county. The trustees of each division elect one of their own number aj chairman ,,ati )' "l (1'l.n ...ill, ,1... .t..i.n...u UiI itu (illil viC mail llll'll vavi. the other divisions and the county , A. B. BRINGS Robertson Danville, Kentucky. a Bro, 8 8 c.,.-- ,.,, LAST MONDAY. Last Monday brought another good crowd to town, it being our regular county court day and the town was practically filled with mules and other people. The trade in the former was brisk for good fat mules and all of that class was sold early in the day. While there was possibly one hundred mules on the market, not half were sold owing to their inferior Mesh and quality. Mr. Kichard Gentry of Boyle, bought one of Bob Shearer, for $13. two of W. V. Gastineau for $380, one of G. A. Howling for $200, W. V. Gastineau sold a pair to It. L. Cox for $335, am bought one ot M. S. Johnson for $170, u three year old filly of Harrison Coldiron, for $125 and u jersey cow for $10. Mike Koe sold u pair of small mules to Chan. Itogers. for $2S0. W. II. Burton bougnt a crackerjack of Dan Newsome, for $210 and four nice ones of Center Bros, for $715 und a pair of beauties of Bourne, for $100 und a nice mare Center mule of V. A. Lear for $160. Bros traded u three year old to Hugh Conn for a pair and gave $177.50 difference, they also bold a 3 year old to J. I. Hamilton, price $140. I. It. Shepherd, of I'aint Lick sold a pair of two year olds to Otis Snyder, for $272.60. G. A. Swinebroad, who Is always looking out for something good, talked Burton out of u pair for $325. J. E. Hoblnson, who never lets a good thing get by, bought one of J. B. Leav-- 1 ell, for $112.20, one of Ballard Hounshell for $130, one of II. Kiddfor$150, ufour year old of J. C. Clark for $1C2.50 and a nice two year old of Hugh Conn for $120. Auctioneer Bourne reports the sale of plug horses as brisk and sold eeveral Monday at prices ranging from 30 to fC3, also " milk cow for $57 and two sows and pigs for f 55. Oats and Robinson told the only cattle on tin market to W. M, Bogie for $30 a head. Kin-nair- d Km-me- tt The brother and sisters of Mr. Bruce chairman of this board; but has a vote C. Arnold have brought suit against only in case of a tie. the Itock Island Railroad Co., for This board meets regularly the first $iW,00O.0O. Their brother. Bruce ArSaturday in each month and has call nold was killed in u wreck on this road meetings between times. Some of the several months ago. The trial will duties of this board are to levy and dis- come off April court In Chickasha, in tribute the school tax, which at the Okla. present is twenty cents property and Mrs. Wilmot had only been sick a one dollar poll tax in this county. They short time and all the care and love have charge of the building and repairthat skilled physcians and an anxious ing of schools, changing boundary lines, household could devise and apply for und I will, at my home, seven miles from electing trustees of subdistricts in her comfort were resorted ii, but the case of Lexington pike and one vacancies. They have super- Lancaster on fiat of Him who rules our lives bad vision over, und Sutton tet the salaries of the mile from Marksbury on Creek, onLane been issued and after a brief struggle, ' teachers of the County High head waters of Sugar schools on despite the prayers and entreaties of Uon recommendation of the trustees THUItSDAY. FEBItUAItY 101b, 191G her loved ones she fell asleep and all of said school. In fact this board has sell the following property t: that was mortal was laid to rest in the unlimited power. One black mare, l!i years old, in foal Stanford cemetery Sunday. Heartfelt The names of the schools together to jack; 1 bav driving mare, four yeuia sympathy is felf by every one for the U'itlt tha triutuitd ttt nminru foil...... old; 1 coming two-yeold colt; 1 bay w w " " n niivn Miat fcaiB i UiliuiGU! tliitialr.nl T l A rnr.'il Ilutn.. Colli,n three years old, 1CJ chairman. Pleasant Hill. Luther Kanej; hands Ligh; 5 bead of cattle; 1 Jersey will make them better men and women Sye Antiocn u R roa(i milk cow two years old; 1 Jer.ey heifer and her precept and example will be C. dark; Beazley School, W. L. old to be fresh March 10th; 1 two-yestar Much sympathy ri3; Herring School, T. M. Arnold Jr; steer; 1 yearling red heifer; 1 heifer' also expressed for the devoted husband. ,ieechw00lli Wtbb ,,aulkll 0 wj calf live months old; about 75 hens and upon whom the hand of aUliction has wp Jm, g G some good leghorn roosters: 1 two liortei ' been laid so often of late, having bur ed ., . wagon; 1 buggy; buck-boarcart; disc two sister and a wife in less than two t-Tnn ' harrow, gool as new; farming ' '? " 'B,""n,i ? months, but may he look forward with , ments: household and kitchen furniture, iHv.a, Mlllllllillf, the eye of faith to that brighter future ' iiljuiiMillifci F. I son; Buena vista Consolidated, It. Terms Sale begins at 10 o'clock. where this temporary seperation will D. McMurtry, L. II. Kuble, itnd A. D. made known on day of sale. end In an eternal reunion. I'ltlCB HUFFMAN. Scott; Bourne, J. I'. Ham; Sunny Side, II. It. Montgomery; Itico Academy, N. Am Bourne, Auctioneer. J, Cosney; Bright's Bend, It. L. Kose; THIS SOUNDS GOOD. Locust drove. It. L. Barker. W. H. Evans, who rented the fair- -' Division :i. Jepha Onstott; chairman grounds Monday from the Danville aiker bciiooi nou.e, u. .vj. Wilson: Fair Association, has leased the fair Buckeye, Mai Carter; Nina, Dan Kast; and umusement privileges to Maurice Scott's Fork, Jeptha Onstott; Gunn'a J. Karris, Jr., for the year 191G. Mr. dispel, John McCulley; Bradshuw Farri proposes to organize a company ( School, W, i. Sebastian; Teatersville, and held, in the early summer, and old- - D. N. Long; Beech Grove, It. U. fashioned country fair, such aa in years Broadus. Division 4. It. C. Boian, chairman; gane by made the good people of Boyle Melvin und surrounding counties proud of the Hamilton Valley, Stinnet; artersville, C. S. Itoop; White Hall, "Danville Fair." Mr, Karris plans for the new com? James A. Todd; Union, K. D. Cook; in amounts of pany to inaugurate many new features Herman's Lick, I). D. Collett; Bakers and to maku the cost to the public very School, fierce Allfn; Manse, J, II. and up. moderate. The gate fee will probably Woods; Igana Chapel. T. I King; be reduced and the cost for conveyance I'aint Lick Consolidated T. I. King, J. to grounds can be made to cost the pub M. Metcalf. and J, W. Guynn; Stony lic not more thtn ten cents each. Dan- l'olr.t, O, M. Barr; Lawson School, G. ville has beautiful grounds and there Is B. Sutton; Copper Creek, Eb. White-hea- d; Citizens National Bank. Woodsview, It. C, Boian, Hewlett no reason why a fair should not be sucKentucky. cessful. Danville Messenger. School, W. II. Tankersley. Board of Education. The county super- intenuant, uy virtue or her olhce, is SUIT. "if iinin LlA! Hu mi B AWU Incorpurat ). WAHtH'S'fc KU Secretary and Treasurer. PlioiH! 701. Phone 1701. Phone M.12. Phone 71!). PUBLIC SALE. JAMES C. STONE, President. JOHN L. BUCKLEY, Vice President. THOMAS H. SLATEK, SALES HOUSES. CENTRA I PLANTERS LEXINGTON NO LEXINGTON NO . . U. W. .... 1 2-- ., i,t . . it Scott. Miiiinger. Leslie Knight, Miinnjjer. .John L. Hnckley ami J. ...Geo. M linlliiril. Managers. LEXINGTON TOBACCO MARKET ADVANCES. o, ,.,,.' '"f;,8 MONEY TO LOAN $2,500 Last week's total oirerings of U.370.620 pounds averaged $11 0t per hundred, nn advance ot 5'J cents over the average of the we.ik previous. On Thursday the entire sal., on our CENTItAI. HOUSE Hour averaged $1L'.01, on Friday the entire sale on our LEXINGTON HOUSi: No. 1. Iloor averaged $l:0'.i. selling one basket for $IM.00 per hundred which was the high price for the week. This basket of tobacco came from the crop of Clay and Fox of Clark County and was nought bv the American Tobacco Company. On Wednesday the ..ntlr sale of our I'LANTEItS HOUSE Iloor uveraged $11.71. There was a gradual strengthening of prices all week and our market closed stronger than nt any time mis ocaauu. uurni mi mi-- lajiuu tuumuu iuiiimuy ire nere anil Willi llieir uilijril competition we exiK-c- t n very strong marKei irom now on. As compared with last year the yield per aero showa a decrease of from 0 to 40 per cent Now Mr Farmer the only way the decrease in weight can be made up for is by un increase in price as shown by the above Moor averages. We are getting that Increase in price for our customers. Visit our market look over ourales, watch tho WBy that Dan Scott, John Buckley, George Ballard. Leslie Knight and J, C. Stone looks after the sale of your tobacco and wo have no fear that you will be convinced that this is the' only market which you can get full value for your crop and that these gentlemen will see that you get it. on Farm Lands F. CHAMP, Don't forget that we have four sales houses and have a sale in one or more of them every day. We can unload you any day you come and either sell you that day or the next Our Motto is Prompt and Efficient Service and Courteous Treatment. W. LEXINGTON TOBACCO WAREHOUSE COMPANY. Incorporated. LEXINGTON, Lancaster, KENTUCKY. The Central Record, Thursday Jan 27 19 b. 1 AW. Page 5 . YOU'LL I INI) IT IN THIS COLUMN. I Dr. Wm. Ilurnett, of Shelhyvllle, The marriage of Mr. Irn J. Iloltz-cla- w motored to Lancaster for a short stay to Miss Ella Thompson wni solwith friends. emnized at the residence of Dr. Elier-harFOR SALE-- A good Moores Air-Tigin Danville yesterday at noon. Miss Minnie Ilrown was called to Heater. Mrs J. Rockwell Smith. t A Rr!l Mtnllon of thf Coming! end I'aris, Ind by the serious illness of her The happy couple left immediately over the (Juecii and Crescent for the South j Going lyThou Vv'i Arc inlcrcilcd In. father, Mr K. S. Ilrown. Salesman Wanted to look after our where they will spend I heir honeymoon intriest in Garrard and adjacent counMrs. J, F. Cummins and Miss Id The bride Is the accomplish d daugh ties. Salary or Commission, Address Buggies and Buggy Robes at Cost. I'ettus of Stanford were recent guests tcr of Air Andrew Thompson, AGE TO BREED GILTS. of Iloyle Miss Florence Dawes, of Stanford, la The Harvey Oil Co., Cleveland, Ohio. of Miss Tommle Francis. and Is exceedingly popular. Mr. here visiting relatives. Miss Sarah Spencer, a student of Holtzclaw is the Junior member of the Young Sows Should Not D Brad For Sale Or Rent. Minn Lucile Donahue, of Danville, la Eight Months of Age. firm of J. F. Holtzclaw & Son, of this Savre College, has been the week-enthe gueit of Miss Carrie Miller. Nice home conveniently situated, see The ngc nt which n young now Is first city and is a progressive young business American Fence, Deer Wagons, Best Wagon Mis I'atay Anderson in at home from guest of Miss Elizabeth (ilbbs. J. W. Elmore or J. R. H.iselden. man. The Record together with their bred v. Ill depend upon her developMrs. Fletcher Ison returned tollucna on the the Normal school nt Iticlunoiicl. friends extend hearty congratulations ment, but It Is very eldoin Hint It Is Vista aftei visiting her daughter, Mrs. For Rent. advisable to breed her before she Is nnd best wishes. Your account Is due. Come In and see us. Miss Minnie Woods, of Stanford, is Wm. Jennings on Dsnville street. eight months old. .Many good breedHouse nnd lot on Hamilton Ave. Call tin' guest of relatives nt 1'nlnt Lick. ers prefer not to linns! sows before at House barber shop. Messrs Koliert and Marshall ttrent Silas Case. BASTIN-GOF- F. they are ten or ou-i- i twelve months Mils Annit Martin of Danville, was a of Stanford were guests, on Sunday, It pd old. nnd If they are Intended for show visitor of Miss Fay Acton, Monday of their cousin. Miss Tolly Reynolds. At noon, Saturday, Jan. 2Jnd, n very For Sale Or Rent. purines It Is senrcely advisable to Miss Emma Wnlker left this week to Miss Marie Hallard is at homu from quiet wedding took place at the horn breed them earlier. House and lot on Lexington Street. enter the Normal school at Klchmond, the Normal school at Kichmond. The Square Deal House. She of Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Ilastin. when One of the great objections to breedMrs. Susan Fisher. Rev. C. S. Ellis pronounced the beauti ing sows ery early Is the fact that the Miss l,eotn liny of lluckcyc wns with will begin teaching a Bpring school nt ful ceremony which united in marriage very Misses Jennie and Nellie1 Cox, Sunday. an early date. For Rent. juung sow Is seldom able to r.ilse their only daughter. Miss Alayme Cnt a fair sized liter of piss, and If she Miss Joan Mount today temlen to Mr. leaves I desire to leet the brick residence Mesdames W. It. Mason and W. H. Robert Golf of Clncin rales only n few piss In her first lit(Thursday) for a visit to her sister, The bride needs no introduction, ter her mammary glands do not de- now occupied by W. C. Davis, for the Cook were recent visitors In Danville. Mrs. T. AI. Wilson in Howling Green as her many Fisher Herring. velop prorierl.v. nnd she rarely lunkes year lDlfi. friends know her to be Mrs. Silas Mewer anil Miss Hanson and alto a visit to relatives in Lagrange. young lady of attractive personalty and as good u nurse With subsequent lit1 of Moreland are quests of Miss Jennie She will protract her stay G weeks. For Sale. sterling worth. Her many qualificu ters as the sow. which raKen a good c, Cox. Keverend Hudson, of Sharpsburg lions and love for the home life fit her sized first litter. Hotel, Livery Ilarn nnd two Houses objection to early breeding beMiss Cecil Ilatson is in Stanford will fill the pulpit at the I'resbvterian to le the keeper of a home in its truest l.s Another the fact that the very young sow-ha- s nnd Lots. Will sell cheap if sold visiting her grand-motheMrs. J. II. church Sunday morning, with the prob- sense. Miss Ilastin is also an artist of Good place to not the Mirngtli to stand tin- - strain fore March 1st 191fi. ability uf being called to tile pastorate no mean ability, having studied in Cin of nursing a litter ot pigs, and her Hilton. make money. Cnll or write for other FleaSC He will be accompanied by his wife. ReCC,Ved cinnati under the very best teachers Is snpprd to such n degree that particulars. G. W. Rice, Mrs. Carrie droves and little son of for a number of years during which she neer develops as she should. As Taint Lick, Ky. Mr. Lewis H. Meadows who has been Cincinnati are guests of Mrs. J. A. a result, she will Anion. visiting friends and relatives In Hyatts- - time she won several prizes olfered for ness for so long not retain her usefulThose Daily For Sale. ii period, nor Is she mi ville for the past four weeks left TueS' superior work by the urt institute. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Raymond, of Lex The groom is connected with the likely to give htrons, rigorous Utters Two heautiful mahogany pianos like '. ington lay for Williamsburg. After a few as though she had possessed more maare quests at the Simpson Union Gas and Elec'iic Co., nnd has days visit there lie will return to his turity before being bred. Professor C. new. Fine tone. Hargains$125.00 each House. qualified as a rising young business cash. Address Ii. Greenup, V.. Day. Ontario Agricultural College. home in New York. man. Just before the ceremony, a well C17 S. 2nd St., Louisville Ky. .ii' Mr. and Mrs. 0. IE. Carpenter, were the Best. ,0 in i'reachersville Sunday for a visit to Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Carpenter, and appointed luncheon was served, only POINTS OF A DRAFTER. little son, J. C. Carpenter, Jr., hav the minister and the immediate family her parents. JWFFT f HUPP WFn returned to their home in Versailles, being present. Immediately after the U,MJU1 IIJII UEJU1 Miss Kathleen Hales, of Richmond after n pleasant with .Mrs. Carpenter's ceremony, they left by automobile for Charaeteri.tics That Indicate Stamina I have a good lot of clean. Sweet has lieen the attractive cuest of Miss and Gtrcns'.h In a Horse. sister. Mrs. Joe Turner, and other Danville where they took the train for 111 the typical drafter the head Is Clover seed for sale. Home raised. Lelia Ileattv. a short wedding trip. friends nnd relatives here. V? comparatively lean, wide between the! Levi Elam. Crab Orchard. Ky., Miss Dove Harris of Danville was eyes, and In sto proportioned to the Route No. 2. The (ith birthday of handsome littlf guest of her sister, Mrs. the week-en- d Inclusive Agent. body. The eye Is bright and fairly WARD-HENR.lames lleatty Denny the son of Dr. S. II. Anderson. prominent. 1, The neck Is strong and . nenny and airs. Denny, was LOST. Tho following fron the Lee County muscular, of fair length nnd somewhat Mrs. Chester Lewis, has returned celebrated at the home of his parents arched: In the Mnllloii It Is well arched home after several weeks visit with by an legant dinner, ami the gathering (Va ) Sun. is of much interest here at or A "Never Skid" chain from Motor crested. In the gelding less so. The her parents in Ilerea. of several relatives in commemoration home where both of these young peo- shoulders tile shorter and mure upright truck, between iManse and Paint Lick . Monday and Friday, 5 Cents Dozen. ple are o well and popular known: than In the eae of the llsht horse, and about December lGth. Finder will be Mrs. J. W. Acey of Stanford was of the auspicious occasion. ,. "On Saturday. Jan. 15th, at 3:30 T. a happy meliiim between the straight rewarded by returning same to this over for a short visit to her parents. 4 air. J. II. Anderson Is at Home ror a M. a very quiet wedding was solemniz- and slopliiK shoulders gives the best otHce. Mr. and Mrs. Win Hughes. visit to his mother, Mrs. Sue Ander- ed at the home of Mrs. C. H. Ward, combination of power and movement Io stralcht it Khoiildcrcniii-c- s excessive .Mr. W. H. ISurdett of this county son, on Danville street. Mr. Anderson near Jonesville, Va., when her grand LOST. was united in marrage to Miss Susie has been away for three years and is daughter, Allss Jennie Margaret Ward, concussion, nnd the lesult Is bone nnd tendon trouble In the feet and legs. Un llurdett, of Rowland in Stanford. now located with his engineering corp. of Lancaster. Ky., became lb? bride of Stock certificate No. 14632 for $70.41 the other hand, too sloping n shoulder His wife is with Mr. Richard Cuilerson Henry, of RichMr. John Arnold, who has been in at Chanute, Ark. renders It dlltlcult to lit the heavy col shares and certificate No. 14C33 for relatives in Harrodsburg anil will join mond, Ky. Rev. E. N. Woodward of lars properly, in the draft horse, bow $42.72 shares In the Durlev Tobacco Chickask. Okla., for the past several him here in a few days. Jonesville, Va., performed the simple ever, the former U much more common Co. Finder please return to months returned home Wednesday. 3t-pbut impressive ceremony in the presence than the latter. N. T. Grow. Bryantsville. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Farnau and little The chest Is deep nnd comparatively Miss Harriet Crouch has returned to of only n few of the bride's relatives. broad, thus prorldlng plenty of room home in Clarksville, Tenn., alter a son, Kennedy, have returned from a her The bride wore a blue cloth traveling NOTICE. pleusant visit to Mrs. H. E. Mcltoberts visit to Dar.ville. They report Hanks suit with a large black plush hat and for the lungs. The girth, or the body's circumference behind Hudson Jr., the manly little son of Mr. Is carried a bouquet of carnations and large, and horses slack the foreless. All persons having claims against fhe'v' In that region Miss Nannie It. Herring ha been a and Mrs. Hanks Hudson, recovering lilhes of the valley. The groom wore are usually weak In constitution. The estate of J. J. Thompson, deceased,' recent visitor to her brother, Mr. from the recent accident in which phythe conventional black. A 12 o'clock body Is broad, deep nnd comparatively will present them to the undersigned, Winfred Duncan and family in sicians found it necessary to take dinner was served the bridal party by short. The back Is short and broad properly proven, by March 1st. several stitches to close the wound. and the ribs well nrunir. irlvlmr a Miss Sallie Ward. J. II. ar.d J. F. Thompson, Admrs. Miss Fannie Dowden of I'aint Lick is Mrs. Henry is the attractive daugh round appearance to the body. The Mr. George T. Mason, of Chicago, horse with n shallow body Is usually spending the week with Mr. and Mrs. was here Sunday to celebrate with Ids ter of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Ward, of I poor reciter. The loin Is broad and Edd Scale at their home on Haselden revered mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Mason, Lancaster, Ky., and the groom is a well muscled. The croup Is fairly level.' SWHET CLOVER SEED. Heights. her 90th birthday. A most elegant prosperous farmer and cattle raiser of The C. W. II. M. auxiliary will meet dinner was given for her at the home the blue grass. Mr. and Mrs. Henrv Direct from grower. Large cultivat ft on the north bound train im at the Christian church Wednesday of her son. Mr. Wm. II. Mason, while ed biennial white and yellow; hulled nnd afternoon, February 2nd. Mrs. James "A Post Card Shower" was also ar- mediately after the ceremony for their unhulled. Also special scarified for full ranged as an expression of the love nnd home near Richmond. Ky. and prompt germination. if. Kintiairil serving as leader. Trices and esteem of her many friends. circulars sent free. Ma. and Mrs. Thos. London of I'aint JOHN A. SHEEHAN, TE. MANN-HOLETLick and Mr. and Mrs. Fred llrnndcn-bur- g The study class of the C. W. II. M. Falmouth, Ky. of Kichmond were the week-en- d Anxilliary will meet at the home of R. D. No. 4 Yesterday nfternoon nt 1:00 o'clock guests of Mr. and Mrs. Edd Seal. Mrs. T. J. Trice on nextTuesday after Miss Annie Louise Mann and Mr. noon, assemblage this occurrinc Mrs. Henrietta Runcy, and attractive M. Hulette were united in mar A The course of study being Robert HEMP SEED FOR SALE. little daughter. Josephine, have re riage in tlie parlor of Hotel Harrod. MM Home trom uiclimnml a pursue! is, "Forty Years of Service,' Dr. J. G. Hunter, pastor emeritus of lumed alter To the farmers who are thinking of pleasant visit to friends and relatives. by Mrs. Ida W. Harrison, of Lexing the United Tresbyteriau church, being sewing hemp for the year I91G, I will for tlie money ou ove mill ton. Kncli leader serv-- s n month, sell you your seed as cheap as possible The union services were held at the Mrs. II. Kaulfman having acted in that the olliciating minister. There were how much more and buy your hemp at the highest no attendants and only the family and The Shire in the enrly da) a of Itinte Haptist church Sunday evening, capacity during January. iiKUnit was known us tho "great I market price. a very few intimate friends witnessed , fully your creditors re- Keverend S. H. l'ollitt, preached a tSSJY'-'- l liorH." It is closely allied to the H. B. Cox. The Chautauqua Circle convener the nuptials of this popular vouni' very impressive sermon on ' The Need CbtlfHilile and tetniM to Lo Kfow-Iii- k llll like to In favor tn the I'nlttd HtatcH the pretty liride wore a of More Men at the Church Services". Tuesday afternoon at the residence of coupie. ' during recent yuara. The prevail Imsinuss with n unit wlto Mrs. Alex Walker, the assemblage handsome dark wisteria tailored suit iiiK colors art1 bay. brtmn, black KELLY TOBACCO SEED. 'm rn nT 't tttt His many friends were delighted to being with Miss Hettie Robinson, and mink furs and earned a bouquet of and Kray. Tho Shire i a little tall-o- r nt t hi lias an account KiBs see Lee I'erkins on the streets Wed- teacher in the Lancaster High School. violets and valley lilies. nnd a, little htavUr than the Only genuine Kelly Improved Hurley After the Clydvedale. Tlu Iokh uf these aninesday. Mr. IVrkins has made a re- The study hour was given to an en ceremony the happy cougle left for a seed obtainable, direct from raiser, Garrard Bank & Trust Co. mal ure a little t'oarseand theualU markable recovery. He lias been im- thusiaatic conning of the interesting short trip, and will be at home later in who has been champion hurley grower Mquer than that of the Clydesdale. Tho picture tshuwa u Shire stallion. They know lit- n i! r.g business id u husiress like way. He tier proving fast recently, and hopes to subject, "Women in Industry andCom Lexington, where Mr. Hulette is of Kentucky for last twenty live years. They i mil if jour nirairs are not large. Stimuli' limiteil. soon be himself again Interior Journal. merciahsm, the text book being the bookkeeper in the large Van Deren SI. Oil iter nnnm Su.n.l open bucIi nil licet will grow Mil rigM production of an emminent professor of Hardware store. The bride is the long, broad and well muscled. A short,1 '"all orders to. Mr. Frank l'iorce payed our ollice u II. L. Kelly & Sons. youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. decidedly stuping croup Is not so well isconsin University. pleasant call Monday. Frank enjoys & R. 1. Lancaster, Ky. John II. .Mann, of Hotel Harrod. and is muscled as the siralghler and louser city life and it agrees with him as lie The training class of the Christian one. The hind ipuarters and thighs are n njaaaascmra Ijoka about ten years jounger than Sunday School met Thursday evening very popular in social circles here well muscled. It Is from the hind NOTICE. when lie left us, nevertheless he is al- nt the home of Mrs. J. II. Kinuaiid in having u bright and winsome disposition quarters that the hor.--e obtains most of ways glad to see his "Hube" friends. inn louri. I'rotessor M. I,. (Janeer which makes her a general favorite. Its propelllug puwer, the front legs actAll persons having claims against She is a loyal church worker and u girl ing largely as weight carriers. tills the place of instiuctor and is ably Mrs. Charles A. Hardin, Jr., spent of sterling worth. Mr, Hulette lesided consisting of the estate o' Sallie McCormack, Good midcrtiluiiiug. are requested to prove their Danville this week with esucidaling, "Religious I edagogy m here beveral years ago when ho was for good legs and tcet. Is very essenseveral diys in Judge Hardin, who is holding court the Model Sunday School," the author some time a bookkeeper with the Hohou tial. Good, clean, he.ny Imne Is nec claims, us required under the Statutes. of the text book being Robert Terry Iluggy Ccmpany. Ho is a splendid essary In order te afford attachments and file with the undersigned, or his at there. She attended tl.e U. I). C. re Shepherd. This enthusiastic class of young man This ception given nt the home of Mrs. and has many warm friends for the heavy muscles and to stand torney, G. C. Walker, at once. the heavy wear hml tear. The George Spilman in commemoration of mule bcnooi instructors consists of u in this city. A large circle of acquaint- bones are the best indication cnuiion 15th day of January 1910. membership of "0 with prospects of an ances extend of the good because they Joe McCormack, Admr. birthday. Danville Gold Medal seeds Gemini Leo's best wishes to the popular bone throughout. In this reiilon the increase. young people. Harrodsburg Herald. bone should find firm, and the tendons field Messenger. Best. Buy It pays to plant pure bred. Mr. trunk N. Tinder, a student at Mr. Hulette will ulso be lemembered should stand out distinctly from the GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT you with any kind you ly,A letter from Mrs. Muttie Elltin Hol- the llible College in Lexington, and in Lancaster as the genial and capable bone, giving the camion bones when seed from us, we will of Newman, Cat., in renewing her second son of Elder F. M. Tinder, of bookkeeper uf Haselden llros., who viewed from the side a wide, tint John F. Collier's Heirs, Tlaintills subscription says she reuds every item the Lancaster Christian church, has made uud has retained friends in our VS -- NOTICE. best prices. want at The knee should be broad in the paper and then the advertiseand dicp when viewed from the front. W. T. Nelson's Heirs. received u call to preach for the Hubble midst. Defendants. ments. She will go to Atlanta early in Christian church about live miles west Tlx- - liocU should lie broad from rront Notice is hereby given that W. H. to back and of strong structure. Tho Ilrown, Muster Commissioner the spring to see her father, Capt. T, of here he filling the pulpit on lilio Uossip would quite harmless be of the pasterns should be fairly long and Garraid Circuit Court, will sit in his A. Elkin, and will later come to Lan second and fourth Sundas. He also If the stories that Jo tell sloping. While some draft horses pos- ollice in Lancaster, Ky., beginning you should use good caster for u visit. to have good plants has charge of another congregation, Wero In sess too long mnl too sloping pasterns, Janua'V 25, 1U10, and continuing to of virtues that we see n much larger number have too short January 28, I'JIO. to receive claims and we will give Considerable surprise was given the lane Run Christian church in In the folks that round us dwell; bought our supply canvas. We and hear proof on claims against the Nicholas county, his first Sunday of mid too straight pastern". their many friends hero by neWH of W. T. Nelson and you the wcddhig in Cincinnati of County each month. These sen Ices du not, in If the news we spread were of The foot should be fnlily large and estute of ull persons who wife, deyou benefit of the prices. So buy it now ceased, and have claims All the good things that we hear, the horn of the hoof dense The dark against the ssid estate are hereby Attorney Oreen Clay Walker, of Uar-rar- d, any way Interfere with his course of can get lowest prices. colored hoofs me the most popular, as notified to present them properly and Miss Elsie dimmer. The study at the llible College in the llluu Things of kindness, and uf love. It Is thought they denote greater dura- proven before me ut the said time, bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Grass Capital. Things of helpfulluess vnd cheer. bility. In the draft horse as much W. II. Ilrown, M. C. G. O. C. H. Zimmer, proprietors of the Kengar- quality ns Is consistent with tho reLets try it,-- dear. lan Hotel at Lancaster, and formerly quired stib'tiinco H desirable, but qualHotli ity should not ln obtained nt the sncri-tli- e GARRARD Buy your goods from your home people. Do not of Stanford. wish have, many friends CIRCUIT COURT. them much happiCulled here who will of too much weight. MISSISSIPPI UNO FUR SALE people as much. Help twice pay States Department of Agriculture. ness. Interior Journal. Sarah DennyV Adm'r., Tlalntlir. 1SS0 acres In Madison County, about ICE. and your schools. Trade at Miss I'atsy Kinnaird, daughter, of bnlf In cultivation, balance open, Will help you, Surnh Denny's Heirs, produce 5u to CO bushels of corn per Defendants. Dr. J. II. Kinnaird, and Elijah Ford, acre. Dark alluvial soil, easily cultiProduce at the highest Notice is hereby given that W. II. us home. sou of former County Judge A. D. vated. Owner of adjoining farm gathFound a Sure Thing. Ilrown, Master Commissioner of the Ford, of Lancaster, were married Jan. The Central Record 1 year. ered 54 bushels of oats per acre in Garrard Circuit will sit in his 1914. Four and ono-nal- f miles from RailLancaster. Ky., beginning IS, at the home of the bride's parents. Home and Farm one I. II, Wlxon, Farmers Mills, N. V.. ollice in 25, TJ10, days. road. Just rolling enough to drain ell. January and continuing to This news is of interest here where Mr. One residence several tenant houses. lias used Chamberlain's Tablets for January at, TJ1G, to receive claims and Ford has visited Ins relatives. Judge Daily Evening Post 1 So in u fencing. Trice, $32.S0 per acre. near prooi.on claims against the MissisFor His mother E. II., and W. II. Hoover. tate ot Sarah Denny, deceased, and all Calander. sippi further Information about write years for dlsrrders of the stomach or .Middle Tennessee farms persons who have claims against the was u Jessamine county lady, Stella liver and says, "Chamberlain's Tablets said estate are hereby notified to pre. M. E. WAINWRIOHT, Manager, Evans, daughter of Dr. Elijah Evans, Land Department, are the best I have ever used, OL seui loem pruperi) proven tie lore me Jesof Little Hickman neighborhood. REALTY COMPANY, DRANSFORD at the said time. samine Journal, Nashville, Te.ua. taiuable everywhere. W. II. Brown. M. C. G. C. C. OLIVER AND SYRACUSE Hill Side Plows end Points Gossip About People vM? Mr. and Mrs. Samuel vislinrn In Kichmond. Cotton wero TliOMPSON-HOLTZCL- LIVE STOCK HUSBANDRY G HREt VULCAN PLOWS AT $8. EACH MOORES HEATERS At COST John the market. J. R. Mount, Son & Co. Stones P ure Butter Cakes ft cLX 'Nv' zfCsP Express. Theo Currey. JITNEY BUNS Per 'ii f ft i. L? 0 WALL PAPE My Stock is Complete and Prices Low. R. E. MoRoberts. rXftfi ArW Da AtWtf: fWS I ffetfeDiaw t Check Rm The Garrard Bank m Trust Company GOLD MEDAL are the furnish your the are TOBACCO PLANTS. order early the while the PEDDLERS the peddlers your churches Bring your price. Our terms are strictly 30 the that RIGHT OFF market THE REEL year. year. BECKER & BALLARD Beautiful 1916 PHONE 27. BRYANTSVILLE, Ky. ALL FOR $3.25 Page 6 F. C. MILLION. Prcfldent. T. The Central Record, Thursday Jan 27, 1916. J. CURTIS, -- DR. C. H. VAUGI1T. Secretory. E. DEATHERAGE, Trensurcr. Biggest in Price Biggest in Amount of Sales Biggest in Floor Space. MADISON TO DACCO WAREHOUSE INCORPORATED. Near L. 6 A. Depot. DIRECTORS: -- E. C. Million. T. J. Curtis. Dr. C. 11. VAUGHT. CAPITAL, $40,000.00. T. Telephone 221. MARION COY. J. SMITH. J. M. IIADEN. E. DEATHERAGE. The laat week has been the best week of the season with us. On Friday January 21st we sold 44295 pounds at the high average of $13.12 per hundred. Oldest House, Because we Have the Largest Volumn on Tobacco, Because we Lead In Price, Because we Have Established years. Our floor average for the season Is over $1 1.00 which leads the Lexington market by 73c per pound. We are not responsible for what other markets in the State show. The fact is tnat the Old Madison, we think right now as it has done in the past, leads any market in the State for prices of tobacco. You should sell with us because we are the Our doors are crowded this week and tolmcco is higher than for several We sold Friday, Curtis & Shiewsberry 13978 lbs average $1(1.09. anJ Turner 2835 lbs average $17.f0, tloor average this day as we stated 113.12. We sold today fjr Doty & Wlggleaworth 257S lbs average $21.10. No use to haul your tobacco to some other market, when you have the best, cloeerto jou. Aik fie man who sells with us what he thinks. Trices getting better every day. Rmember we stand by anything we say and solicit your business which we always appreciate, l'rompt and elllcient service always at your diioal. Thanking you again, the Market, Because we Give You a Square Deal at all Times. Madison Tobacco Warehouse Co. iffliHiVLBLliHLHHLHHHi)L COURT EDICT AS burial' of his nunt, Mrs. Jane Harris. Mr. E. C. Walton and family have moved into the house that they vacated when they moved to Harrodsburg. Mrs. Belle Perkins nnd son Lee Perkins have been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Rose at Lancaster. Mrs. W. T. Davis has returned to her home at Pineville, after a visit to her brothers, W. L.. and J. M. McCarty. Mrs. J. F. Cummins and Miss Ida Pettus have returned home after a visit, to Miss Tommie Francis at Lancaster. Mrs. Will Severance has returned home from New Castle, where she has been the guestof Mrs. H. Kirby Bourne Mrs. W. A Carson and Miss Annelle Carson have been the guests of her sister, Mrs. W. J. Romans, at Lancasnually for the city's deposits, $1 higher IT'S THREE YEARS OLD than the Inst bid made by the First National Bank. The salary of the City But Mrs. Waller Sajs It's Just as Good Treasurer is $50 per year. J. Welch Today as When ll Was First Made. Rochester, assistant cashier of tne Lincoln County National Bank, was elected City Treasurer for a term of Three years ago .Mrs. Walter testifitwo years. ed to complete relief from kidney ills. Mr. David Scott died nt his home in Later she says that there has not the Goshen section on Saturday morn- been the slighest return of the trouble. ing after un illness of several months, Lancaster sullerers will take a deBl due to old age. He was in his 77th year of comfort in Mrs. Walter's statement. and was a prominent farmer of the Read what she says: Gcshen section. He is survived by his Mrs. . F. Waltnr, Hill St.. Lancaswith, who was Miss Sallie lioone, anJ ter, says: "Whenever my back befour children, three sons, Messra Al- comes lame nnd painful, a few doses of bert and Ed Scott, of this county, and Doan's Kidney Pills, procured at R. E. Mr. Walter Scott of Covington, undone McRoberts & Son Drug Store, bring daughter, Mits Ellen Scott. The inter- me instant relief. At one time I fearment took place in the Goshen cemetery ed that I had serious kidney trouble. Monday nfternoon, the Masons having The kidney secretions were unnatural charge of the funeral services. and gave unmistakable evidence of disElmer Anderson, proprietor of the ordered kidneys. Doan's Kidney Pills Anderson Garage of this city, while in a short time made my kidneys nordriving a Ford touring car on Monday mal." HASN'T SUFFERED SINCE. morning ran over Mr. J. S. Oaks, OVER THREE YEARS LATER. breaking three ribs, cutting ugly gashes in his back and head. Mr. Oaks was Mrs. Walter said: "My kidneys have immediately taken to the office of Dr's. been in excellent condition since giving Brown and Southard where the wounds my former endorsement of Doan's Kidwere dressed, but much uneasiness is ney Pills." Price 50c at all dealers. Don't simfelt over the condition of Mr. Oans, remedy get who is quite an old man. Mr. Anderson ply ask for a kidney was going toward Rowland and as he Doan's Kidney Pills the same that went to pass a wagon Mr. Oaks stepped Mrs. Walter has twice publicly recomCo., Props., out in front of the car, doubtless not mended. Fostei-Milbur- n seeing it, as he is almost blind. The Buffalo, N. Y. accident it thought by all who saw it to have been unavoidable, but at the same PAINT LICK time much sympathy is expressed for Mr. Oaks and his family. Mr. Allen Todd, of Afton. Oklahoma, is the guest of Mr. W. L. Todd. Mr. W. P. Kincaid, of Stanford, was hero the past week buying tobacco. Miss Lula McWhorter has returned from a visit to relatives in Paintsville. Misses Marv and Alma Lear are r Aim Write Oergyaaa aad 1 guests of ft lends in Frankfort and Louisville. II. O. notchWm. Editor Echo, rrophrtti-tnwlit. : Ktmrmher mln was ecztma of Miss Jeanette Eldridge was the week flftwn ypars" standing. Now I am com- JMelj liraled. after of bottles of I. D. D. end guest of Miss Delia Tinier in Lanaera a camj 25 jeam' Handing; I hare seen my own doctor cure.1 cured. caster. of barber's Itch, ft Well he could not euro Mesdames John Stewart, Tom Logs-de- n himself. F. It. Tear. Hanker, ITopMnton, la.! I and U. G. Burgess spent Monday treated with three doctors for six months. They did me no pood : my face and acalp in Berea. were full of the dlneasn. I applied LI. 1. If. llcsult my fare la as amonth aa a baby's. Miss Elizebeth Eldridge, of Stanford, Her. I. 1. Downlne, Pastor Oth At. Presbyterian Church, llnanoke, Va. : Kor three spent Saturday and Sunduy with the yrara 1 suffered. Intensely so. 1 hare at home people, Mat found relief In II. I). II. I am no longer tortured completely cured. 1 bare Mr. William Forester and family left no heiltaney In acknowledging the great tlrtues of this specific the past week for Humberts Springs, Druggists are clad to recommend this Virginia to resiJe. soothlOK, coollns liquid. S."c, 60c and 1 1.00. Come to us and we will tell you more about Miss Margaret Cochran und brother, thla remarkable remedy. Your money back; linlesa the tlrnt bottle rellerea you. II. I. I. of Whites Station wen guests of Mr. hoiip keeps your akin healthy. Aik abeut It, and Mrs. N. C. Rucker the past week. Mr. L. B. Lrdford, of Huntington, of his W. Vu., lias been tr.e gu.-st-s CAKTEHSVILLE. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lear.der Led-fol- d. r REMEMBER Jt TO RHEUMATISM Judge BarhorsI Testifies Rhenma Has Smith Lung Tonic. When At Our 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 Hheuma. There is no other preparation like It goes to work so quickly Rheuma. as to leave no doubt in your mind of Relief For Lung Troubles, Coughs, Colds, Hoarsness, Whooping Cough Drugstore cine but l'eruna In our home since tie have been married. I Buffered with kidney and bladder trouble, but two months treatment with l'eruna made me a well ami strong man. My wife felt weak und was easily tired and was also troubled with various rain, but since she took l'eruna she Is well and strong.- Mrs. Mary Hammack died at the residence cf her son Mr. Eph Hammack on Sunday morning at 10:30 from pneumonia. She had been an invalid for some time having been a great sufferer from asthma. She was a member of the Christian church and the services were conducted by Rev. F. M. Tinder with interment in Paint Lick cemetery. She is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Sam Field, of Jessamine and Mrs. Fannie Cross, of Texas, and four sons, Messrs. Will Hammack, of Indiana, Eph and Oscar Hammack of this place and Walter Hammack of Lancaster to whom is tendered the sincerest sympathy of the community. Card of Thanks. To those friends and neighbors who were so kind to our mother in her recent fatal illness, we desire to express No. 1333 Henry 8t,nobrrt If. S'orris. Cnl.. write: North Ilerkeley. 'We have never had any other mediMr. Bronchial Soreness Affection. and Lung the ultimate successful and permanent relief. One dose daily acts 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 Peace of McLean Township, Ft. Ohio, do certify that I was cured of a verv bad case of rheumatisn by using two bottles of Itheuma. It is now two years since I used the remedy, Preand 1 urn still as well aa ever. vious to using Rheuma I was a cripple, walking on crutches. I have advised Rheuma to at least a dozen persons and esch one speaks as highly of it as I." You can secure a bottle of Rheuma tor anly 50 cents of R. E. McRoberts or any druggist. t Contnins no Dope nor Tnr or Crensote. ter. Mrs. Elizabeth Hocker, who has been confined to her room for several weeks, on account of a sore foot is able to be e, Prepared with care by Dr. T. B. Smith the originator of Smith Agricultural Liniment, 48 years test has proven the best. Sold at out. Miss Lucile Gsstineau has returned here after spending several days in Middlesboro with her mother, who has been ill. Mrs. J M. McRoberts entertained the Current Events Club and the Sewing Circle Thursday afternoon at two o'clock. Mrs. Richard Albrignt and Miss Elizabeth Vermillion, of Brodhead, have been the guests of Miss Gertrude Stormes' Drug Store, Lancaster. Read what others say about the Luig Tonic IMief. W. S. Winn, Merchant, Loganna, Ky., says: "A lady had been suffering with consumption for some time, having tried all other remedies, and had become discouraged and given up and was waiting to dir. I persuaded her to try a 25 rent bottle of your Lung Tonic and she continued its use until she was entirely cured. I tcld her it bad no tar or dope in it. 1 don't think 1 ever knew of a cough remedy it equal. It has been a perfect success in every October UH, 1912. place it has been tried in this neighborhood. STANFORD Wilkinson Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Reynolds, who Mrs. Annie Prewitt is still quite ill h ive been living out on Lancaster at her home with grippe. Little Miss Freda Robinson has been street have taken rooms in the Myers House flats. quite ill for several days. Mrs. W. R. Todd has returned home Miss Ane Davis McRoberts is out illness of grippe. Mrs. Eliza Portman is visiting friends and relatives at Mt. Sterling. Mesdames A. C. Hill and T. J. Hill, Jr., were in Danville Monday. after an Mrs. Bettie Smith, out on the Lancaster pike, is ill with grippe. Mr. and Mrs. T. K. Watson were guests in Lancaster Saturday. W. 0. Walker is confined to his home with a severe attack of grippe. Mrs. L. P. Nunneley has been suffering from an attack of grippe. Mrs. T. A. Rice is the guest of Mrs. H. Kirby Bourne at New Castle. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Rains went to Lebanon to remain for some time. County Clerk George B. Cooper is able to be out after several days illness Mr. David Scott, of the Goshen sec tion, is reported quite ill. due to old age. Road Engineer J. L. McKee KilTe is able to be out after an attack" of the grippe. Mr. Cicero Reynolds has been confined to his room for several days with the grippe. Miss Ducilo Gastineau was the week end guest of relatives and friends ut Middlesboro. Mrs. Susan Yeager has returned home after a visit to Mrs. W. R. Rice in Louisville. Miss Lucinda Lutes is the guest of Miss Mabel Gumm and Mrs. J. B. Fish er at Lexington. John Engleman, of Lexington, is iiere with his brother, R. C. Engleman and other relatives. Miai Martha Sacray, has returned home after a visit to her sister, Mrs. Merritt in Danville. Mrs. T. J. Hill, Jr., has returned home after a visit to telatives and frients at Cincinnati, Miss Emily Murphy, of Shelby City, has been the guest of her aunt, Mrs. George F. DeBorde. Mr. Tercy Burnside. of Lancaster, was the guest Sunday of his sister, Mrs. T. K. Watson. Miss Lottie Carson entertained a few of her friends at her home on Lancaster street Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Dudderar were the guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Jick SKonamore at Hubble. Mis Elizabeth Higgins entertained a few friends at a dialing dish party at her home on Friday evening. Congressman Harvey Helm came home from Washington to attend the from Franklin, Tenn., where she was to the bedside of her grandmother who has been verv ill. D. D. Carrico, former manager of the telephone office here, passed through Monday from Frankfort to the moun tains on an inspection trip Dr. M. D. Early, pastor of the First Baptist church, of this city, underwent an operation at the hospital of Dr. E. J. Brown this week and is making a rapid recovery. News has been received here bv rel atives ot the death of Mrs. Jane liar ris, formerly of this citv. The remains will be brought here for interment. She was an aunt of Congressman Helm. R. K. Axson, representing three of the Presbyterian orphan schools, spoke at the Presbyterian church here Sunday morning and made up a good contribution list for the support of his institution. Hugh Davis Noe, the bright little son of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Noe of this citv, had the misfottune to fall and Mr. J. D. Carter and family are on break his nose this week. The little the lick list. fellow was coasting down n very steep Dr. Redwine'H family are ull quite hill. ill with grip. The Young Ladifs Sewing Circle held Mr. Will Muralibai.k's little girl is a business meeting at the rooms of Mrs very ill with pneumonia. .1. B. Perkins on Friday ufternoor. The Mr. J. T. Allen who has been very ill next meeting will be held at the home improving. of Miss Lottie Carson on Wednesday for some time is Mr. C, S. Robinson's little son who afternoon. Jesse McCurry, of the Wuyneaburg has been very low is improving. There will be u cottage pruyer meetsection, was tried for lunacy here last week and convicted. He was taken to ing ut D. M. Curler'x Tuesday night. Try our self rising Flour. Saves time. the Lakeland Asylum, near Lexington. Hudson, Hughes & Furnau. He was a prominent farmer of this county and of a well known family. Mr. A. R. Carter purchased a nice Hon. T. J. Hill Jr., who has justbeen cow from Mrs. Jim Vanwlnkie for $35. elected City Attorney, is one of the and also a load of corn best known young attorneys in this part B. L. Calico sold to Center Bros some of Kentucky and is very popular In the hogs at G cents und ulso William Bryant local bar. He has enjoyed ample ex- sold some at the same price. perience in all of tho courts, to qualify Rev. Will Bryant filled his regular him In every way to take care of the appointment at White Lick Baptist city's legal business. church Saturday und Sunday Miss Annie Middleton and Mr. WalMr. Felix Pennington and family ter Goodwin, a popular couple of the were guests of Mr. C. S. Roop and East End, were united in marriage at family Saturday night and Sunday the home of the bride Saturday afterMr. C. S. Roop und daughter were noon. The bride is the accomplished daughter of Mr. Sim Middleton and has called to the bedside of his niece Miss for a number of years been the mant-ge- r Dawson of Kirksville who has been ill of the telephone plant of Crab Or- with membranous croup. The 2nd quarterly conference will be chard, while the groom is a prominent held at Preuchersvllle the (ith und 7th business man of Crab Orchaid. At a recent meeting of the City Coun- of February after which protracted cil, the Lincoln County National Bank meeting will begin at Carters chapel. Miss Zannie Carter and Mr. Harlin was selected as the depository of the funds belonging to the City of Stanford Ward drove ts the Rev. F. P. Bryant's after spirited bidding with the First und were united in marriage last WedNational Bank. The Lincoln County nesday af remain and returned home National Bank bid the sum of $220 an. where a nice supper was served. Editor TeEs How D.D.D. Cured His Eczema THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. our sincere thanks and gratitude, assuring you that we will always cherish the memory of those kindnesses. The children. "Distinguished." a man Just naturally look! different" Ifs all rlsht. Hut when s ' man gets himself up to look "differ cnt" he doesn't. Ho bears tho brand of tho ordinary run of asses. Kansai City Star. When Capital $50,000 A. R )KN!JY. Prwddent Surplus Vic- $30,000. J. R. K. STORMES. - I'res't, S. C. DENNY. Cashier. 1, JMBKT, Ass't Cashier. J. I- - fill.I, r. Safety Samual Oeposit WE SOLICIT Boxes YOUR For Rent. HUSINESS. Optimistic Thought. Hospitality and benevolence never appear to such advantage as when they accompany each other. I). Cochran, Alex R. Denny, J. II. I'osey, J. E. Storma. S. C. Denny. J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott. Directors. .Mr. and Mrs. Tom Logsden d and Lan- daughter, spent the week-enin caster the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Edd Seule. New crop clover, timothy, Ky. blue Highest grass, oichurd grass seed. test. For sule by Hudson, Hughes & Wora Oaf? No doubt vou are. II you suffer from any of the numerous ailments to which an women are subject. Headache, backache, sidcachc, nervousness, weak, tired feeling, are some ol the symptoms, and vou must rid yourself ol them in order to feel well. Thousands ol women, who have been benefited by this remedy, urge you to W. 0. RIGNEY Funeral Lancaster, Director and Embalmer. Kentucky. Ofllce Phono 18. Residence l'honc 33. Furnau. Miss Mury Walker and niece, Mils Elizabeth Walker were the guests of Mrs. J. C. Huys in Stunford Friduy and Saturday. Misses Margaret Cook, Minnie May Robinson and Churlie Elmore, of were the uttructive guests of Miss Mady Muy Wulker fur the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wallace entertained the young people of Paint Lick ut a Leap Yeur party on Wednesday evening. Delightful refreshments were served and the evening wus a most enjoyable one. Mr. Boyd Coldiron of this place and Miss Dora McCoy, of Lexington were married in Jeirersonville, Indiana on January the 17th. Mr. Coldiron and bride have rooms ut his father's, Mr. J. L. Coldiron und will reside here for Lun-cast- er TAKE Cardui Tii Woman's Tonic II K Mrs. Sylvania Woods, olClifton Mills, Ky., says: "Before taklngCardul, 1 was, at tlmr,s, so weak I could hardly walk, and the pain in my back and nearly killed me. After taking three bottles ol Cardui, the pains disappeared. Now Keel as well as I ever did. Every suffering woman should try Cirdul." Ott a bottle 'e Citizens National Bank OK LANCASTER. KY. HONOR ROLL. Capital $50,000. B. the present. Mr. Tom Todd, has rented Mrs. Betty Griggs warehouse and installed a complete milling outfit. He has spared neither time nor money In selecting and buying his machinery and he has withgrist out doubt the most mill in the county. This makes two mills for this place and both should do a good business. head F. HUDSON. President. J. J. WALKER, Vice I'rest. W. Q. I'.ignby, Ass't Cash'r. Joe J. Walksr, Jr., w. r'. tUIAMl', Cashier. Surplus $50,000. today. E-- tt imMrXh7,.a.ba,ik. ufPlu "luals Us capital it Is placed on the ROLL of banks. Such an Institution in a community is a credit and assures that the bank is SAFE. SOUND and SECURE. We are better prepared than ever to accomodate our customers In every way consistent with sound financial principle! and we . ... n.wl - t ur . i tnatlk Otir fiiini1. -atus in -ineir ami i taining this i, position on the Honor Roll. in assisting high ;" .i J The Central Record, Thursday Jan 27 19 lc. 1 Page 7 TO LA NCAST ER TOBACCO W'R'HSE. Stanford Street- - O. A. Speith & Company, Managers. No commission charged. We pay Highest Market Price and unload same day. Phone 308. Also Growers J. Morgan Gentry, Branch House at PAINT LICK, KY. WHEN THE OHIO WAS FROZEN FROM SHOREvTO i CARTHAGE WOMAN TELLS HAPPY STORY Tobacco Sole Owner "Warehouse. 6 Manager. B. P. Anderson, Secretary Telephone (u7. at night. Mm. Laura Duko of Carthage. Term.. was a victim of stomach disorders for reveral yrars. Sbo lost appctlto and lier weight fell oil. Sho could not rest I 6 Treasurer. 632 !o 638 South Broadway. Lexington, SALES CAPACITY -- Kentucky. POUNDS Sbo took Mnyr's Wonderful Remedy just a lew doses and round herself restored. In fact, Mrs. Duke's recovery was so rapid she was afraid that it could ho only temporary. So sho waited from September, when sho took tho remedy, until tho following February to iasa Judgment. Then sho wrote: "1 wrlto you In record to your won-derful stomach remedy that I took last September. I feel better than 1 navo in nvo years. "My weight was 1274 pounds; now It is 14714. and I can eat anything I want. I sleep well at night. I would bavo written before, but I wanted to , sea how I got along." 1 Mr. J. V. Ilrowd will soon go on a prospecting trip to Illinois. Mr. Dick Williams, of Judson visit' ed relatives here the past week, Mr; hdgar Holtzclaw has had a very bail attack of appendicitis recently. Mrs. Rose Lunsford has been quite ill of grippe but is much better now Mr. Frame Rigsbv spent Sunday with his cousin, Mr. Jas. Millet and family, Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Kennedy, became apparent that he was likely to be much worse, and in no condition to continue his studies, he was brought home to the residence of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Lawrence, near here, where he is attended by the tender care of loving homefolks and is under treatment of the best medical skill obtainable, and his many friends are hoping the young man will have a speedy and complete restoration to his of former health. Sun-day. llryantsville visited relatives here I TRY THIS FAMOUS Mr. F. L. Thompson, Jr., has been indiges quite ill with another attack of I HAIR TONIC FREE tion. Mrs. J. J. Thompson nnd daughter. It Won't Cost You a Cent if It Doesn't Miss Luclle, visited Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Slop Falling Hair and Rtmove All Thompson. Mr. II. M. Kennedy had his tobacco DandruS Says R. E. McRoberts. barn partially unroofed by a recent Kight away we want vou to try Pari Mr. and Mrs. Grover Uigsby have sian Sage, one of the most delightful. moved from Tapphanna to the Aker's refreshing nnd invigrrating hair tonics residence here. the world has ever known. If you have dandruff and the Parisian Mr. John U. Anderson was laid up with grip for about a week but if able Sage doesn't remove every trace of back from your druggist. to be about again. If your hair is falling or you have Mr. and Mrs. II. F. Newland. of will Cedar Creek, visited Mr. and Mrs. W. terrible scalp itch, Parisian Sage stop both or money hack. C. Cummins Saturday. It aims to prevent baldness by put Four members of Mr. Newton dill's ting life and nourishment into the hair, family are just now convalescent from and the first application makes your severe attacks of grippe. head feel so good that you will at once Master "W. II.," the oright little bealive why we are so enthusiastic son of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Cummins, about Parisian Sage. was real sick for a few days last week. It's women's favorite hair tonic be The Methodist cottage prayer meet- cause it gives to the hair a brilliancy ing service will be held Wednesday and lustr? that fascinates and compels K. E. McKoberts has evening, tho "Cth, with Mr nnd Mrs. admiration. scores of people who use Parisian Sage W. E. Jordan. . See us for seed corn. Liccoln l'rize regularly and will tell you all about it. windstorm. done nil the good he could to his fellow man that he had reared n largefamily in respectlbility, and that he breathed his last softly and sweetly "on the bosom of his God". 3. Resolved: That we deeply sympa thize with his bereaved family in their irreparable loss and then--O- n motion ol William Grceileaf -George W. Sartain. C. William Samuel. Charles Fox. Samuel F. Mc- Kee, Col. Thomas Iiuford and Joseph Hopper were appointed a Committee to invite the Danville Artillery and the Lancaster Amateur Hand ts assist in burying the deceased with milctary honor; and that said Committee also SHORE. take orders for superintending funeral procession. On motion of Doct. S. M. Located in the Center of the Tobacco District. 350.000 DAILY. 4 Wc sold some Garrard County Tobacco last week for $41.00 per hundred for Walk- er & Davis. Try us with a load. intestinal ailments. Kat as much and whatever you like. No moro distress oftcr eating, pressure of gas in tho fctomach and around tho heart. Gctono bottlo of your druggist now and try it on an absolute guarantee If not satisfactory money will be returned. miA re ui M.' , ffJ PREACHKRSVILLE Mrs. Susan Edmiston has been quite ill. Miss Ituby Cress has been on the sick Jacob SchulzCompany Incorporated. list. Little Kliza Cummins has been quite Fine Cut Flowers For I'linnes :W!)-- All Occasions. Prompt Attention. III or 8.J All Onlcrs Receive Wm. F. Miller, Agt. Lancaster. THOS. P. PRATHEK, E. B. RAY, poorly. Hev. Thomas Owens has been ill for some time. Little Miss Elsie llutchins has been corn gives largest yield and most silage nuite sick. r i n,y Uy ,,UUSOn- "cr ', Miss Jean McKechnie has been quite ' Hughes & ,. .. ICR ui grippe Mr. Thomas J. Garden, of Cramer, Services at the Methodist church Minn., in a letter of recent date, says Passed here on the fifth Sunday. that the snow is over three feet deep there nnd still snowing. ...... RESOLUTIONS 70 Years Ago By Lancaster utizens. I J. V.-Pre- L. DAVIS, & President. Weigher. s. Gen. Mgr. HOME TOBACCU WAREH SE IncoiKiratcd. INDEPENDANT. Lexington, Ky. Virginia ave THIS IS FOR YOU & Q.&C.R.R GROWER. i ..... nus auopteu .1.. prom ...n., ,K ,..... ti,i The" Farmers Home Tobacco Warehouse company cent, dividend, instead of being given to tho stockholders, are to bo means tho net profit above six per riven to you in proper ion to your patronage. be the profits returned. This pro it sharing plan is The more tobacco we get the larger will We were the first house in Kentucky to oiler our ware- guaranteed uy uw ....un i .... MR. TOBACCO w "UU8U r Slty . if on every thU Proposition and returned tobacco, wc can return you fifteen to can trot vour support and sell 6,000.000 pounds of We guarantee to divide the profits, the other fellow pro-rat- m auto- - kM,mTh 7,1 Tho more than sold our see Hit proposition, and in consequence we have Farmers Home average is oil .gton market to date has been $10.00 per hundred, th. httVB our house and Inves- age and Influence, and invite you to call and inspect because It means a saving to jou. tigate this plan, Thos. U. llradley, A. L. Hamilton, Craham lavlor. Thos. P. I'ruther. F. M. McKeo, ' John L. Davis, JJoseph Wallace. J, Embiy Allen, J. U. Fields, Jr. Andrew Ilowman, m..ur Directors. "f li George Montgomery, w" Lt M lou! 21 "Uncle Jesse" Anderson, one of the At all times more than a rassing oldest colored men in this part of the notice has been given the death of those country is very sick of grippe and other who have stood guard when our nation ills and he is not expected to live. was in danger or oppressed. Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Jones nnd Mr. The following resolutions were adoptand Mrs. Clark, nnd little daughter, ed when Capt. Michael Salter, u RevMartha, of Stanford, spent the week- olutionary scldier died in Lancaster. His funeral is remembered by some end with Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Cress. who are still living, it being a military The aged Mrs. Silas Anderson, the R. E. McRoberts has sold hundreds funeral with U, S, soldiers and a nummother of Messrs John II. and Henry and has yet to ber of bands from different towns in of boxes of Anderson and Mesdames Walter Warthe first complaint from any custhe state taking part ir. the exercises ren nnd M. F. Lawrence is quite ill at He lies buried in our tomer. Such u record is simply marof the day. the home of Mrs. Lawrence. Monday cemetery nnd is probably the only Rev- velous and speaks volumes for the mershe was 90 years old. olutionary soldier who is buried there. it of the leinedy. Mr. Levi Hell was in Corbin me day "At u meeting of the Citizens of the Do not sulTer a day longer with disdoes not last week to see his son, Mr, Fred Hell town of Lancaster and County of Gar- ordered digestion. If who was recently (truck by a train in rard, held at the Court House on the give you complete satisfaction you have R. E. McRoberts personal guarantee tho railroad yards there, sustaining an 7th day of March 18!b'. injured limb which had to be amputatCol Thomas Iiuford was called to the to return your money. ed. The injured man is reported as Chair and Horatio Iiruce. Esq. elected getting along nicely and learnitg to get Secretary "Doing" the Art Museum. about on crutches. He will be lit home Whereupon George W. Dunlap, Esq. A drawing In Llfo represented two in two weeks. announced the demise of Michael Sal- - young women in an art museum standgroup ing It was with deep regret that we noted u'r- - "oldier of tho Revolution, on this ono beforo tho "I can see that whllo they remarks: the death of tho aged Mrs. Nannie Jen- - Uay ttt y o'clock A. M and moved that nro firemen, all right, but I don't see Committee be appointed to draft nings In a recent issue of the Record. why they got so tangled up lu tho ' The deceased was a good woman and Resolutions expressive of tho deep hose." one of the best school teachers who deling of the Citizens upon, this mel ever set a copy There are several 0f encholy occasion and the Chair there Nothing to De Ashamed Of. her former pupils here where she taught ul,on "i'l'ointeil G. W. Dunlap, Esq., A roan should never bo ashamed to terms of school who kindly cherish her James H. Smith, Hugh .ogan, Joseph say ho has been in tho wrong, which memory and extend sympathy to the Hopper, A, G. Daniel and Alex R. Mc Keo said Committee, who after retiring Is but saying, In other words, that he bereaved son, Mr. Harvey Jennings. wiser for a short time re Hired tho following Is I'opo. today than ho was yesterday. Mr. Ed IlelUagod 21, of this section Preamble und Resolutions which were and Miss Lucy Lovins, aged 18, of unamimously adopted. Reading Ohio, were irnrriVd January Hard Cases. "Whereas, we learn with deep regret 17th. The groom is a son of .Mr. and that our aged, and illustrious vetLots of pcoplo gn to a clairvoyant Mrs. Levi Hell and is a lino fellow in eran Citizen, Michael Salter, u Drum to get their minds read when they every way, honest and Industrious ard Major in the Army of the Revolution, de- should consult an osteopath. New is a hustler. His bride is a daugiiter parted this life at his residence in Lan- York Evening Sun. of Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Lovins, who caster ut 9 o'clock A. M. Therefore-Resolvlived near here on the old Moser farm That in thedeatli of MichBad Habits. but sold out just before Xmas and mov- ael Salter our friend and our Country's ed to Ohio. The young folks had been friend, society has lost one of its brightThose who breakfast ut eight o'clock sweethearts for about u year and their est ornaments the Country a beloved or later, lunch at twelve and have dinwedding was expected by their friends relic of the Revolution, the Church an ner at six are almost certain to be but no one thought the happy event exemplary member, and his family a troubled with Indigestion. They do not We wish to con- kind husband a fond father, und a allow time would occur so soon. for one meal to digest begratulate the groom on winning so faithful advisor. fore taking another. Not less than five beautiful a bride and may their llvts 2. Resolved: That it Is with heart-- 1 hours should elapse between tneali. If never know sorrow, felt thanks to the dispenser of all good, you are troubled with Indigettion corM,r. Jesao Lawrence is now quite ill we learn that our lamanted friend bore1 rect vour habits and take Chamberlain's Ho was at Herts, with fortitude, his last illness that the Tablets, and you may reasonably hope of pneumonia. where ho had just entered school and cares of this world were removed far for a quick recovery, These tablets strengthen the stomach and enable It was taken suddenly ill of grippe and a from his thoughts that he was of having served his Savior and to perform Its functions naturally. Obsevere abscess In his ear caused his condition to be very critical. After It his Country faithfully tliut he had tainable everywhere. a a 11 ed: con-clo- Iiuford-Thorunning. Vaughn; Benjamin F. I'oteet On January 8 the river was gorged and James II. Letcher were appointed with ice. January 12, the ice eitended a Committee to furnish the family of solidly from shore to shore, and people the deceased with a copy of the Re- began to walk across the river. On solutions January 15 the ice was so heavy that On motionof Majr William P. Mason-Ordvehicles crossed on it and the river conthat a copy of the proceed-- i tinued frozen so that vehicles could .u . i .. i r.! . IIIK3 luintlllin.i lu i.iu lunula uir t rrta the Observer, and Reporter, Louisville USami9of PP' ok advantage Journal and Frankfort Commonwealth of this opportunity to walk across the for Publication. .Ohio from Kentucky to Indiana. A The mieting then adjourntd. shack was built in the middle of the Thomas Iiuford, Chairman. and a saloon was conducted, river, Horatio Iiruce, Secretary. while several coffee and lunch sands did a thriving business. The middle AT of the Ohio river suddenly became u DON'T SUFFER LAUGH thriving business thoroughfare. After January 20 the ice began to MISERY STOMACH melt, gradually its hold was relinR. E. McRoberts Will Return the Money quished, and on January 31 the gorge broke. This last scene in the greatest If Does Not Relieve Dyspepsia. show the ice had ever provided e proved to be one of the best, as Mc- - the passage of the ice down Among all the remedies in R. E. the river Roberts popular drug store, there are was a remarkable spectacle. The river few that he is willing to sell on a guar- - was a turbulent field of ice with huge antee to refund the money if they do ice Hoes crashing together, the mass passing through the rapids over the not cure. tne tamous uyspepsia remeuy tans witn a noise of thunder. It nnuir- ha9 l,fl,,ei1 80 manv of his euatomers i eJ manv Jays for the tioes to run ut. that he says, "If this remedy does not and it was weeks before the river w as my store and entirely free of ice. relieve you, come back to will cheerfully return your ironey." This condition was brought about by Anyone who hat. dyspepsia, indigesa long period of low temperature. The tion, headaches, dizzy feelings or liver lowest reached was 10 below zero, on troubles, should take advantage of this January 15. On three days it was bechance to be made well without any low zero, and o.i the other dayj, when risk of spending their money to no pur- the ice was heavy, the temperature will relieve you, will was nesr the zero mark. pose. regulate the digestion, will enable you From February 11 to February 20. to eat what you want. If it does not 1S99, the river was filled with Hosting do all this it will not cost you a cent. ice. but it was never fiozen over, as in mas ered : Louis-vill1 Many inquiries have been received by ' the Evening Post recently as to when the Ohio riyer was frozen over here so that vehicles could cross on it. This period was in January, 1893, which was the severest winter for cold of long duration that has ever been known here. The ice began to flow in the river early, and on I'ecember 27th the records of the weather bureau show the that ice was interfering with navigation, and that only the ferryboats were 1893. " U EW DROPS F BOURDON POULTRY CURE Hens Lay Amazingly Lure Koup, C0M1. Cliolrra, Llmberneck rrcvrntt blck Dei. One 50c bottlo tnakei 1J cation, of medicine. At drug riitt or by mail postpaid. Valuable poultry book free. I0UB5QMRMEDTCO. UxintfBB, Makes la the drinking water lj. Sold by J. R. Mount, Son & Co. GUNN'S CHAPEL. Mrs. Geo. Hall has bet n ill. Mrs. Ed. Dailey was very iii la.t week. Miss Mattie Calico visited In Madison Friday. Mrs. Nora May moved to Wilmuro last Friday. Mr. Hardin P rice visited frier ds and relatives In Nlcholasville and Lexington last week. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Whittaker were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Dailey 'last Saturday und Sunday. Mr. John Land purchased 9 acres of land from Mr. Tompson Davis, also a lursu from Mrs, Corda Davis. Hemp is now a profitable crop. Sow hemp. We will sell jou your hemp seed. Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. Mr. Millie May who went to Oereato attend school has returned home on account of beii.g unable to pursue bU studies because of his ryes. Page 8 The Central Record, Thursday Jan 27, 1916. iaX STANDING GUARD OVER THE WHOLE FAMILY ji SSsrdf s ir 1kW The laxative tablet with the pleasant taste Protects every memberof the femilyfrom Constipation-th- e enemy of good health 10 25 50 v mm nu Ml Average of $39.59 Per Hundred. This is the High Crop Average For Kentucky During the Present Season, Breaking all Past High Averages in the Commonwealth. Big Offering on the Floors, No Rejections, and Great Enthusiastic Crowd of Growers Present. PRESIDENT DUNN AND HIS ASSISTANTS .... $15.35. $17.34. $17.86. $19.38. 2i Tobacco Takes Big Upward Jump at Peoples House This Morning and Anderson County Crop of 2465 Pounds Bring an We have the exclusive celling rights for this great laxative. Trial size. 10 cents. R. E. McROBERTS & SON. THE REXALL STORE FARMER'S COLUMN 1 ute of our farmer eiltiscrlber., and ll for of toek. Riant and rnoli tiling un farm at the farmer cannot sffo-- rt to adrer-llieNo notice will 4M accepted nvr tour o Is.ue. of the line., and will lieuiilrlu scour, free of charge Ihe apace btio'r' ttile tiKf.iuit li tot the iclu-le- e ile me White Wyndott Root For ters. Iiobt Fox, Marksbury, Ky. Sale-Sa- Good Jersey cow and calf for sale. T. S. Hendren. r. tf. i. Red cockerels for sale. J. R Mount. 1 Jack, six FOR SALE:-No- . old. Apply at this office. years For Sale: Good buggy and new set of harness. Phone 248 or write Jesse Thomas, Lancaster Ky. W. R. Gaines, Crab Orchard, Ky.. has two fresh mill' cows for sale. Both are good ones. Mr. John Williams of this city, has a good milk cow, with young calf, he will sell worth the money. For Sale Phone 50-- few Bronze Turkeys. Mrs. Dennis Scott, Bryantsville Exchange. Mr. J. I. Hamilton has a nice pair of young mules that he will sell cheap and buy back again next fall at a profit. For Sale:-Abo- clover hay. C tons of good clean Mrs. Francis A Pollard, Marksbury, Ky. Strayed from my place about a week ago. a black and white spatted sow, weigh about 200 lbs. Jeff Walden. F, L. Thompson, of Preachersville, nays he has fifty good black face ewes he will sell cheap. For Sale in foal. Two Jennetts Will trade or farm. W. T. Doolin, Marcellus, Ky. Strayed to my place, Sunday, Jan 16, a bay mare. Owner can have her by proving name and pay for keeping. A. D. Stevens, Stanford, Ky., It. F. D. No 4. For Sale Two Shorthorn heifers 13 and 10 months old. Alto a few S. C. It. 1. Red hens and cockerels. Phone 80-Jtr untbvillu exchange. ilamplon Sisters. Wnllpaper From Leather Waate. Much of tho best wallpaper Is mads from leather waste. Peru a Large Territory. Peru Is the slzo ot Spain, Francs, Germany and Italy put together. To Freshen Salt Fish. Tho quickest and beat way to fresh en salt fish Is by soaking H In sour, milk. Dally Thought. A cheerful and glad spirit attains to perfection much more readily than s melancholy spirit. S. Philip Nerl. I Determining Value of Coal. ue relative vutuea 01 various sinus s 01 coai are determined by wlta .uciuuu mvemeu uy rrencu scicn- - ",t8, RCCIPE FOR CRAY HAIR. I Any uruuslat can cut thla uu or sou can mix It at liome at very llttlo coat. Full dtrectlona for maklns" and uae tome la each box of Ilarto Compound. It will sradually darken streaked, faded gray hair, and rniovt dandruff. It I excel, lent for falling hair and will make harah rub off. i Tu half pint u water aJ4 1 oa. Hay mmM box J'artM Coiiiiwund. ancl i uz. of slynrln. Apply to the hair twice a until It become the desired I wk Sackvllle.West Next. Of particular Interest In emphasizing of the the traditional American go eminent toward any attempt mi the pait of foreign diplomats politic of to meddle In the diunc-tl- c the I'nltcd States I the case of Lord Sackv!lle-We-t. lirltWi minister to the United State-- ' In IssS. t Imposed by Passports Given Ambassadors-a- a The minister. helm: worker, upon Inwas Republican party duced to write n tetter advising an Other Times In History. American corresisindciit to vote for Mr. Cleveland tit the following election. to leave and The minister was government notified of the I the British CITIZEN GENET THE FIRST. fact through the American minister at I London. Lord Salisbury In replying to this notice ncqnltwi ed. but with the In 1793 French Minister Interfered With reservation that Great Britain could Domestic Affairs, and Waihlngton not assent to the American view. In 1S03 the Spanish minister. Duptiy Directed That Ha B Recalled Oth. Lome, wrote illsrespectfully of Pres. r From England, Spain, Franc and de Ident McKlnlcy nntl was handed his Turkey Followed. passports. There has always been The sending home of Constantlu The-od- mora or less mystery concerning the departure last fall of A. Rustum Bey. Dumba. the Austro-Uungarla- n ambassador, recalls that three British the Turkish ambassador, who gravely ministers, two French ministers, two offended this government by giving out Spanish ministers uud a Turkish am- Interviews suggesting that the United bassador, who by tticlr own actions bad States government heod Its own lynch-Ing- s when undertaking to Inquire Into made themselves objectionable to this government, have been recalled at the tbe Christian massacres In Armenia request of the United States in tbo and other parts of tbe Turkish empire. Xo announcement was made that tho course of our national history. The most enthusiastic tobacco sales sold the following baskets; Anderson & Shouse, of Boyle county, 150 ponnds, per lb Since 1703, when President George Turk's recall had tecn demanded. of the season took place this morning TO pounds 11.40 470 pounds, per lb 14 sold the following basket: Washington brought about the recall 18 11 2N) pounds, per lb. 15 300 pounds, per lb at the People's House on Perryvill 205 pounds, per lb of Citizen Genet, an ovcrzealous min7 SO pounds, per lb . 17 t'4 100 sund, per lb street. There was a great crowd of 90 pounds, per lb ister from France, the United States 85 iiounda, wr lb I 19 3 growers from Boyle and all surrounding 280 pounds, per lb 18 Average lias been quick to resent any interfer50 iiounds, wr lb 19 1.3 counties, and from several distant coun 280 twumls. ier lb 17J to ence by foreign diplomats accredited SPALDING WIDELY KNOWN. ties, and when bidding became spirited 75 pouids, per lb 30 M)und, Per lb 20 17 Kvans, Durham & Shouae sold the this country in the internal affair!) ot 05 uiids, per Ih 44 and prices soared there was unlimited 300 pounds, per lb 19 tbo United States. Genet came to this Evary Boy Who Plays Baseball Familfollowing baskets: 40 Munda, wr lb V. Lear, of Anderson 190 pounds, per lb 1013 enthusiasm. 19 3 country as the first representative ot 13 140 pounds, per lb iar With His Nam. 171-50 pounds, per lb 1C county, sold 2.4B5 pounds, an average 185 pounds, per lb the French citizens' committee of safe19 215 pounds per lb The ty, which ran the republic of France lng, name of Albert Goodwill Spald crop, at the general average of $3U.f3 210 pounds, per lb .. 20 19 05 iiounds, per lb 40 35 iounds. er lb who died recently. Is probably during the period following the execu55 pounds, per lb 30 20J 25 tKHinds, per lb 40 known to ns many ihtsouh In the L'ult per hundred, which broke all the high 205 pounds, per lb At that time tion of Louis XVI. CO Kunds, per lb 40 18 115 iiounds, wr lb man crop averages in the State for the pres- 280 pounds, per lb as that of uuy 29 France nud Great Britain were en- ed Statesnot been In public other He ent season and gave only another indi- 115 pounds, per lb 181-- 3 160 10 3 und. per lb who has 290 pounds, per lb 23 gaged In war, and. desplto the procla- became a ball player when office.game 310 pounds, per lb 18 cation of the fact that on account of 110 pound, per lb 8 the 75 pounds, per lh...',... 21 mation of neutrality Issued by Presi- first U'l'ume popular at the cIumj of the splendid 325 pounds, per lb 14 shipping facilities,, and tobacco 100 xund, per lb 17 dent Washington. Genet camo here civil war. Average 275 K)unli, per lb . 10 . warehouses of the best type manrgedj 11 220 (Hiunds, per lb armed with blank commissions to be He was offered $2,500 become u in accord with the best policies, Dan Robinson & Robinson, of Mercer Co., 100 pounds, per lb distributed nmoug American citizens professional ball plajer, lo 13 Average but he pre ville stands far ahead of all markets in willing to fit out privateers to prey sold the following baskets; 115 pounds, per lb 7 u business career rcrred to stick to IVnnibaker & BrcKham, of Mercer commerce. when It conies to top prices 220 pounds, per lb upon British the I 27 ound.s, per lb 7 which he had mapped out for himself. and State averages. high county, aold the following baskets: Launches Stormy Campaign. ' But fate clung to Mm. mid In ISTl.nft 105 pounds, ler lb 20 145 Average 375 Hund. wr lb 12 S. C, the Landing at Charleston. One basket of the Anderson county 220 xiund4. per lb lb ler u financial panic - and tho failure of 14 205 pounds, per lb ...... crop brcught 53 cents a pound, another 235 iHHihds, per Ih Frenchman Immediately launched a n lilluflw.uu li.illi. I.t- ..lil.h 13 1M. llendnrkson, of Casey county, I 190 pounds, per II) crusado in behalf of privateering cxpe- - p,OJ.wl ue M(.m.(, ( litt.h f()r tfeurlK 5.1 cents and still a.iother 40 cents, while 105 pounds, per 20 lb. ....IS sold the follouing baskets: dltlons. As bis progress northward . 19 3 220 wunds, per Ih Ilosion lint Stoeklinrs. the lowest brought 25 cents. When this 120 pounds, per lb ....inj 75 pounds, per lb 13 330 Hiunds, per lb continued his denunciation of England 10 lie became manager of the Chicago banner crop average was made, en 235 iounds, per lb .... 23 1 15 Kiunds, per Ih and his criticism of the American gov- club, and the club lamn champion 17 95 iounds, ier lb 23 unbounded- - The Danville 255 pounds, per lb 214 105Hunds, per lb emment grew in intensity and rancor. nnJ tloU1 ,,, t.)iiiiiiplonshli. for --years. thusiasm was 29 300 pounds, per lb 17 tobacco warehouses have installed th 185 pounds, per lb ,,,,, .1 100 iiounds. tier Ih Oenct'B persistent efforts to force his Wul(J , CM,W, 15 250 Kunds, per lb very finest scales that can be purchased 235 ioundi, per Ih views on the United States govern- - w SRlM,nSi ..stai,,!,,,,,.,! tue lllu.k.IN 200 Niunds, per lb 181 290 pounds, per lb 12 and partiej selling here can rest assured 425 sjunds, per lb ment nnniiy resu leu in a re.u.siou oi i,ch later bc-amItU 330 pounds, per lb the extensive Hirt12 195 (Hiunds, per lb 8 tho popular feeling that had sympa lug goods huslm-- w of A. (!. Spalding A of having their crops weighed absolute- 375 Hvimls. per lb .15 05 pounds, per lb 7i thized with him In tbo beginning. Bros., with stores In nearly every city ly accurate. Fullowing are some of the 300 pounds, per lb. Average 11 15 (Kiuiids, per lb 10 President Washington demanded and from the Atlantic to the Paclllc coast. many splendid crop averages made tins 315 pounds, per lb lilt 1U3 t S. T. Hancock, of Boyl county, sold secured the envoy's return to France. Average morning; With W. A. Ilulbcrt. now dead. Spald320 pounds, per ih the follouing bankets: "ii Next to violate the hospitality of tho ing orgatilzisl the present National V. Lear, of Anderson county, sold 8 United States was the Spanish mini- league. Average Walter Humphrey, of Garrard county. CO K)unds, per lb the following baikets. ster, the Marquis of Casa Yrujo. who 105 pounds, per lb II lie was one of the llrst Americans 125 iiounds, per lb sold the following baskets: 2ti attempted. In 1S05. to bribe n Phila also to lmKrt Bngllsh made bicycles to 105 pounds, pur lb 15 Tribute nnd Bogie, of Lincoln county. l.i.1 iound, per Ih 17 2U delphia newspaper editor to represent America. Ho was the tlrst president of 200 pounds, per lb 120 (Hiunds, per lb 30 155 pounds, per lb sold the following baskets; 17 1C5 pounds, per lb 2j Spanish contentions on controversies tho .,m.ri1,1 Itlcyclu company, r. ' 23 210 pounds, per lb u 19 95 pounds, per lb ,,, iuuim.s, per i.. lo between the United States nnd Spain. Ill 200 pounds, per lb 21KI pounds, 10 per Ih 111-- 3 200 Miunds, per lb 300 pounds, per lb 29 The Spanish government took the Ill 225 pounds, per lb 10 3 55 131-- 4 300 prumls, per Ih 285 imunds. per lb of the United States and directed GERMANS HAVE NEW BIPLANE. 115 pounds, per lb m 140 Hiundj, per Ih 40 8 pounds, per lb II 200 pounds, per lb 245 pounds, per III tho return of the minister. As the lat13 5S lb 155 pounds, per 14 15 pounds, per lb ter failed to leave, though not dealing Machine May Be Capable of Flying te 300 pounds, per lb Ci Average 41 1C0 poumli, per lb London and Back In Five Hour. with the state department, he was 13 30 pounds, 285 pounds, per II) $4. CO 51! The new typo of giant blpluuo un- 1C0 pounds, per lb handed his passorts uud ordered out. Price & Sutton, of Garrard county, 13 3 375 iiounds, per lb Average dergoing tests lu Germany Is ml 1.1 to 200 pounds, per lb 4'J Minister Offend. British sold the following baskets: 11 305 pounds, per lb 51 Four years later. In 1S09. F. .1. Jack-su- have ii measurement of 121,4 meter loO pounds, per lb 10 300 pounds, per Ih 10 iiounds, per Ih yards) across the plane. 225 pounds, per lb Sutton & lleazley, ot Garrurd county, 125 pounds, per lb 40 210 British minister at Washington, (about 17 9 205 pounds, per lb US sold the fullowing baskets: overstepped tho buuuda of propriety by Tbo motors develop 300 horsepower. 135 iiounds, per lb 20 190 pounds, per lb 9 280 pounds, per Ih accusing tho United Stutes of had faith and each works three profilers. 170 iounds, per lb 2U IK) pounds, per lb 11 30 CO pounds, per lb 11 Tllt'se biplanes uro capable of carry-so- r 350 pounds, per lb In having accepted from his predoccs-- 1 2J0 pounds, per lb 32 11 100 pounds, per lb 45 155 pounds, per lb 11 310 pounds, per lb an agreement which this govern- - mS u"lclent fuel for tllghts of eight 205 pounds, per lb .,10 320 pounds, per lb 30 11 Average 300 pounds, per lb ment knew tho mluUter was not cm- - Doar8- - Ther ure 'lulpped with 180 iounds, per lb ,cs a"J searchlights. Kach carries 10 20 115 pounds, er lb 11 to enter Into. In recalling lb 316 pounds, 385 iounds, per lb 17 19 285 pounds, per lb 11 Minister Jackson tho British foreign . twelve bombs, weighing tweuty-twJ, S. Johnson, of Washington county 170 pounds, per lb 215 pounds, per lb 17 14 offlco announced that tho British sov- - Puds apiece, atid flvo machliie guns, 150 pounds, per lb 19 sold the following baskets; ICO pounds, per lb 205 pounds, per lb Biplanes of this tyiio will have crows .r-lo- -n 17 330 pounds, per lb hnrl nrmilr.Rret tint not with 9 20 205 pounds, per lb mc aD(l wlu Average 200 Kunda, per lb "b' " rae 17 CO pounds any expression ot displeasure over hU l J1-'$5.00 20 to Loudon and back In five hours. Tbe 275 pounds, per lb 440 Kunds, per lb ministers action. J3J 18 pounds, per lb McConnell Si Meriman, of Boyle 220 pounds, per lb Average Minister Poulssln, from France, used engineers who constructed them ob- 225 10 18 3 245 pounds, per lb county, sold the following baskets: Impertinent language toward tho seo tained the Idea from Itussta. 295 pounds, per lb 13 1.3 Tarkington & Strevels, of Boyle 10 j HO pounds, per lb. lb 27S pounds, per 10 retary of statu In 1819. Ho was forth 485 pounds, per Ih ,,,9 county, sold the following baskets: 19 uo pounds, per lb 13 witn handed his passports and notified AIR FLEETS HAVE ADMIRALS. 255 pounds, per lu 15 Average 220 Kunds, per lb 19 215 pounds, tier iu that the United States would deal with 290 pounds, per lb 15 210 pounds, per lb tho government of Franco through Such I War Nowadays, Cauiad by De15 4 125 pounds, per IU..... 22 90 pounds, per lb 18 Atwood & Garrison, of Marion county 235 pounds: per lb other channels. Franco promptly dls- velopment of Aeroplane. 30 155 pounds, per lb 25 175 pounds, per lb 19 avowed tho luipudeucu of her rcpre-Owing to tbo rupld expansion of tho 17G pounds, per lb 205 pounds, per lb 34 32 sold the following baskets: pounds, per lb 00 tentative. 90 pounds, per lb British royal naval air service, both 215 pounds, per lb in 10 185 pounds, per lb 22 20 150 ponnd, per lb lu 1S53 it was discovered that 19 with respect to personnel aud material, 125 iiounds, per lb 125 pounds, per lb 151-- 3 255 pounds, per lb 14 18 220 pounds, per lb Crampton, from Great Britain, tho admiralty has decided to placo It inter 20 105 pounds, per lb 10 280 pounds, per lb 22 15 per lb 320 pounds, per Ih tbKi) iiritlsl. conuw, ingag-liad- t. under tho direction of a Hag officer 140 iiounds, 85 pounds, per II)...,,. W 32 190 pounds, per lb 20 13 ,lJ 1,1 enlisting recruits 111 this coun- - with tbo title of director of the air 270 pounds, per lb 205 pounds, pet lb 45 Iiounds, per lb i 39 80 pounds, por lb , 1G 405 pounds, per lb 10 130 pounds, per lb try for service under the British flag service. 10 100 pounds, per lb 20 300 pounds, per lb In tbo Crlmeau war, the arrangement 17 100 pounds, per lb Rear Admiral C. L. Vaugban-Le- e ha Average 10 210 pounds, per Ih 16 1.3 365 iiounds, per lb being, however, that the uctual enlist- been selected for this appointment 125 pounds, per lb 15 3 10 3 140 pounds, per lb ment should take placo lu Canada aft- Commodore M. V. Sufter, the prcscut 250 pounds, per lb 14 265 pounds, per lb 15 Peavyhouse & Son sold the following 210 pounds, per er the recutita reached there. Mr. director of tbe air service, will be In t 9 40 pounds, per in lb,,,, baskets: Average 83 charge of tbe material side of the navnl 155 pounds, per lb 6 86 pounds, per lb 16 225 pounds, per lb exequaturs of tbe consuls were re- - teronautlcal work, with the title of suAverage 16 voked. perintendent of air craft construction. W. A. Peach, of Anderson county. 220 pounds, per lb u lht NINIH FMUnVSPNTHRMP Those Who Have Been Watching the Daily Sales Say Tobacco Is Up Two Cents on the Pound. REMAIN ON THE FLOOR BOOSTING PRICES. j ,, ,lp,,,r $15.39. $17.98 $18.35. ... $16.99. $19.09 $39.59. pr $13.10. $20.82. $14.42. uu u 15 cents. $21.27. $15.52. Average $16.90.