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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): February 24, 1916 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1916 cen1916022401_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): February 24, 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 RELIfllOti, UNI A RN18HED DEMOCRACY AND OOOI) GOVERNMENT. TWKNTY SIXTH YRAR, A. LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, FEBRUARY 24, 1916. Hand Us That $. Next Monday In KUMBkR 47. NEXT Hnll NONDAY. FISH CLUB MEMBERS: ATPENTION; I County Court Day. To Be Another Record Day For Lancaster. In iil Mr. Farmer like to Try "I'rliiMM Huns", W. II. Ilall'i.. Yeast. W. II. IS ccnta n ilown tlx- nt President Wilson's hat it in cast mmiewliat ri'luctmitly, lit- - ring, ruy. How would you own a good Turning Plow one that every point you have will fit perfectly, same as the one that comes on the plow. Wc can furnish you this plow and it has so many good points, that you had better come and let us explain them. Wc carry a full line of Implements. Try our unlf rishiK Hour. Saves time mid labor. Iluil.on, lltiulirs Sc. Knrnau. If ome people nhould ever try to Hwallow their pride they would choke to dentil. When you come to town next Mon day, I'l.KASB HIUNO US THAT UOI.I.AU. What promises to be by far the biggest day in the history of the town, will be that of Monday Keb'y 28th., which H next Momviy Indications an; that the town will be full nf mules and hores to say nothing of the Country Merchants and their palmm that will be on hand to see that these stores aro sufficiently advertised. Lancaster has had two big days this year, but the one next Monday will surpass them all. Take it from us There will be a meeting of the members of tlie Lake Placid Kishfng Club in the police court room next Saturday night. It is important that nil old and any new members be present, that dues may be collected and cards issued or another year. Officers for year 191f5 will be elected on tills night. Remen her that only members in good standing will be allowed to fish in Lake Placid. IIAMLETT Headauarters For is il a ows and Plow Bear. I. E. MONTGOMERY DROPS HIS CONTEST. Injured In Aulo Wreck. A woman feels that ahe has lost her While returning home from Danville when she can no longer twist n Krii last Saturday night, Mr. J. K. Montman nrotiml her little finger. gomery, of this city had the misfortune Car load of Northern seed oats. These of wrecking his new automobile, beside oata are Iin'rIiI and liili test. receiving several cuts and bruises, his 11 u!ki, Hughes & Knrnau. collar bone being broken und stveral ribs crushed. The accident happened What a profoundly silent place this about one mile from Danvillo and was world would he if we should talk only canted by running Into n rock pile and when we have something to say. overturning the ear. He wus carried M. J. Hatfield, Dentist, i now locat li the Danville llospita' where he still ed in I, in. caster. OIHee over (i.irnud remains under medical treatment. The Hank. All call appreciate), tf. ear is h total wreck.Lincoln Prize Seed Corn yields enormously in corn and silage. For salt- only hy llmNnn. HiikIics & Karnau. An agreement was reached last Sat Conn Brothers. LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. NEW PAPER Launched At Winchester With Lucien 19'" If you owe us for the Central Kecord lilease pay us, as we cannot afford to spend JI.no in stamps to get u dollar. The Ladies of the Ilaptist church, will serve court day dinner at the store room vacated by Dickerson & Carrier. Come, eat and heln. The Ladies. Becher A cony of At Helm. Phone 43 New crop clover, timothy, orchard grass and hy., Illtie (Irass seed now in. We handle only the highest test seeds. Hudson, Hughes & Karnau. Union services will lie at Presbyterian church Sunday evening, worshiti beein ning at 7:15. K. M. Tinder will preach the sermon, Ins subject, "Lancaster's I'roponition to the Public". We are indebted to Mrs. U. U. Simpson for an old copy of the CKNTKAL IIECOUI) published July 17th 1S3I. at which time the first Garrard County tair was held in the woods of H. K. Hudson. the Chirk County Republi can, the first i?ur published by the new management, has just reached our desk. It i a "rip roaring" good look ing paper und if a republican paper can succeed in that good live town, Win chester, Lucien lleckner is the man to turn the trick. We are glad to have it among our exchanges und hope for it a prosperous future. The only possible objection we could find with it, is its Luck to you brother lleckner. politics. QUEEN ROSA. Owned By W. B. Burton Brings For all Kinds of Job Printing. $725. Plumbing STEAM AND HOT WATER HEATING. Try a real Plumber and be convinced on your next work. All work guaranteed or no charge. Phone 77 and I will do the rest. No work to large or none to small. Ilarksdale Hamlet is said to asnire to th portfolio of Assistant Secretary of War, made vacant by the resignation of Henry Ilreckenridge. Krotn our view point it would seem Ilarksdale al ready has enough war on hand, but Derhaps ho has his hand in and does not aspire to being a paciflcator. mule!Fmday. Men who are posted on tho value of such animals think that when Queen Kosa was "knocked down" at the Lex ington sales last week, for $725, the purchaser got a big bargain. She was one of the besl mares our last season and good judges predicted that she She was would bring at least $1500. purchased early lust season by Mr. W. U. liurton and was handled through the season by Mr. Mat Cohen, winning something over $1800 during the circuit, Taken as a whole the sale was con sidered the best that has been held In Lexington for a number of years, good prices being realized for both saddlers and trotters. urday night between Secretary of State James P. Lewis, Republican, and Ilarksdale llumlett. the Democratic candidate for the ollice in the Ncvcinber election, whereby the contest for Lewis' seat, j instituted hy Humlutt und now in tho I courts, will be dropped. A statement made by Mr. Ilarnlett j Saturday night recites that lie still believes th it he wai rightfully elected to tlie orhce, but tln.t tlie unfortunate developments in Ins family airulrs, the heavy expense he incurred in the priA complete line of Plow Gear, Collars, Brimary and general election ur.d "the hostile conditions in and out ol the party," huve made it imjioshible tor dles, Back Bands, Trace Chains, Etc. him to continue Ins contest without upon his friends und lie withdraws out uf u sense of loyalty to his family and fur the preservation of party harmony. It is the oniiiiori in Frankfurt political circles that Ilamlett's decision lu drop his contest und make terms with Lewis Wholesale and Retail Hardware. was due to Uie luck of encouragement he received trom the Democratic party organization, und the formidable in- s?i crease in the expense of gathering evidence ill (he innumerable ekcliot; aiiWiaiaffiiHiaiiBiEiaiai M!srBiaHWBiarBiieiBa.gi precincts of the State. Mr. llumlett. who has been working on his contest since the first of the year, announced that he would take a long vacation at Dawson or some otlur' resort and would later return to Frankfort to practice law. 1 See our Vulcan Hill Side Plow. The strongest and best hill side Plow. Haselden - Bros., ii Lancaster, Kentucky COLONIAL TEA GIVEN BY I You will find the following at WOMAN'S CLUB A GREAT SUCCESS. One of the prettiest, as well as one of the most unique, entertainments ever given in Lancaster was the one given by the Woman's club in their beautiful club room in the Graded school building, Tuesday evening, for the the benefit of the Library. Invitations had been sent out asking friends to come "with powder and patches and gowns of old times" and many came dressed and in the spirit of the entertainment. The room had been decorated most beautifully with red, white and blue bunting, streamers, pictures of Martha and George Washington and flags galore. The tea table, set in colonial silver and white and gold china, where cotTee, tea, sandwiches und peper-minwere served was presided over e I CURREY'S Store I i i I Sliced Boiled Ham, Sliced Dried Beef, Minced Lunch Meat, Winnie Worst, Fish and Oysters Fresh Country Milk Received Dally. 4 Exclusive Agent for Stones Cakes Silver Slice, Golden Sunbeam, Mephisto, Estimates cheerfully furnished. M. L. Schwren, Plumber and Manager. BUGGIES The best and cheapest on the market. All kinds of HARNESS. Perfect Satisfaction. Mr. J. I. Hnmiltnn liaa innAiin.ul LANDRAM'S CLAIM that he will sell about 40 mules at Ilur- s barn in this city next Monday, it Passes House and Now Looks Like A Cinch ton llPinfT fTntlntV fntirr llnl' Mr llamlKnn lteprcsentative Mann, of Illinois, Reis ofTering these hybrids on easy terms and if some one needs anything in this publican leader in the House, made an line, they will do well to be on hai,d ineffectual fight on the floor to prevent j the passage of a bill to carry out the mm uay. findings of the United States Court of Claims in the case of Louis Landram EYE SrECIALISTCOHING. administrator of the estate of William In this issue of the Kecord appears J. Landrum, who was collector of inthe announcement of Dr. J. J. Hyrne, ternal revenue in the Eighth Kentucky the noted eye specialist, of Cincinnati. district from 1875 to 18S4. who is due to arrive in the city March The bill was passed after the minor0th and will remain until the IStli of ity leader had resorted to every par the month. His ollice will be in the liamentary tactic to delay and defeut Kengarlan Hotel. it. The Kentuckian's claim was cov ered by a bill by Representative liar' ARM BROKE! vey Helm and favorably reported by Mr. Will Jones while attempting to the Committee on Claims. It seeks to crank n car last Sunday afternoon, had reimburse the former collector's estute the misfortune to get his arm braken, for commissions on internal revenue by the macMro "buck firing", the collections for the last four years of his crank striking his arm and breuking u term of oflice, the claim for the lljrst ueer, uiiuweu. me ciuun in two places. While nuite painful, Mr. lour Having 1SS1 to 1SSI preJones is nlilo to be out, but scys he for the commission of viously was disallowed by a decision of will light shy of i i s i Raisin and Creole Fruits. JITNEY BUNS Received Monday, Thursday and Friday, afternoons. Theo Currey. ts by Mrs. McRoberts and Mrs. Elkin. The silhouettes, drawn by Mrs. unother auto crank. John Storms, were the most attractive feature of the evening, evincingnrtistic skill, many of thu counterfeit present-met- s said to be speaking likeness. These shadow pictures were numbered and eight guessed the original of every number correctly. The two first prizes, u picture of George Washington and a hatchet went to Miss Elsie Morrow and Mrs. J. S. Gilbert. The second prizes went to Mesdames Denny, Davidson, Miss Kute Kinnaird and Miss Sue WALL i PAPER. DOCTORS MEET. The (iarrnrd County Medical Society was called to order by its President, Dr. W. L. Carman, last Thursday even ing in the ollices of Drs.' J. II. and Virgil Kinnaird. These meetings are called monthly and have proven quite profitable, to shy nothing uf the social features which go Willi it. After the business session wus over they repaired to the "Puritan" where a deligetful iuiicii wus served. the Supreme Court of the United States Shelby .Mason. Mrs. George Robinson received the "booby" prize, u toy under the statute of limitations. My Stock is Complete and PRICES SOARING Paper Increase Causes Worry in Printing Trade Inks and Coloring Materials Up. OLD HICKORY WAGONS Runs Lighter and Lasts Longest. IV ATDtr V 111 JL ircTMOcr I LIV WL. COLORED AUNTIE DEAD. 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. "Aunt" Jane Adams, a most highly respected colored woman who had lived in the family of Mr. II. K, Hudson for thirty years died ut the residence of Mr. Hudson Monday. Aunt Jane wus id years old and although she had been able to work but little for a uumber of vear, she will be sadly missed as she had been identified with the family to long and was looked upon as a member of the fumllv. She was tenderly cared for in her last illness and laid to real with lovo und gratitude. AWARDED CONTRACT. Mr. James Hatcner, of this city, who has been carrying the mails from Lancaster to Danville for the past twelve 4 W. J. ROMANS, Lancaster, Ky' years, was again awarded this contract for another tour years. This will be good news to the friends and patrons of this service' for during the time that Mr. Hatcher has had this contract he has made many fi lends and his ser vice lias been all that could be asked for. He now has two nice automobiles In use and la prepared to serve the public for any occasion In which a machine may be needed. Uncertainty us to the future price of printing paper is caiHing uneasiness in the printing business. Scarcity of both dyestulfs and other material used in the manufacture of paper has driven the price of paper upward from 25 to 50 per cent., according to deulers, und printing ink is also much higher. Some paper mills have stopped making certain kinds of paper altogether because they aie nimble to secure the proper coloring material. This is especially true with regard to blue, yellow and red paper. Paper mills are refusing to quote prics for tin future und have withdrawn nil pi ice lists. In addition to the lack of dyes the scarcity of rags it making itself felt. As in to many other instances the Kiiropeun wur is being blamed fur the situation. Immense stores of rugs in warehouse! two yeuas ago have been Used, und mi supplementing supplies have reached this country for many months, according to Frank lluerck, superintendent of j TO OUR COUNTRY PATRONS Job Printing Com-- , thu Couiier-JournOur new store is equipp puny, und C. U. Ouslev, president of i tlie Kentucky Pilot Shop liolli said ed wnn everything you printing Ink of certain cjlors cannot be need. We pay the highest hud ut all. while other kinds cost from 20 to 300 per cent more than formerly. market price for your proA number of laundries are notifying duce. Bring it to us and their customer? that they will not be responsible for the fading of colored get A FREE HITCH at Dock goods that are sent to their establish- Lee's Livery Stable. ment. George P. Deuaer, of it Louis-vill- e Dlckerson & Carrier. laundry, said permanent dyes ore not used any longer in coloring goods. pistol. In the receiving line was this years President, Mrs. Robert Elkin, and the Vice President, Mrs. Frank Marltsbury, they were assisted in leceiving and entertaining by the Presidents Mesdames Kautfman, Kinnaird, Mc Roberts, Geo. Robinson, Joe Robinson, Currey und Cook. These ludies looked and acted the part of colonial dames. Unique features of the entertainment were some of the gowns worn. Mrs. Maltie Duncan woie Mrs. Rebecca West's wedding gown, while Miss Alberta Anderson wore that of Mrs. Dor- Mrs. Cabel Denny looked ca.i Dabney. quaint with powdered curls, wearing a large pluid silK of Miss Annie Goodloe'i. Mrs. Fred Frisbie wore un exquisite lace mantilla of Mrs. Martha Frisbie, these costumes, together with those that had bten made for the occasion made it one longto be remembered in the Woman Club. The Library of this club is growing daily ur.d the silver offering received will place books on the bookshelves that will be n joy to many for years to come. t R. On Prices Low. E. McRoberts, DC II ICZH IE FINE ENGRAVED INVITATIONS, WEDDING Announcement Cards and Calling Cards. Beautiful Flowers For Gifts, Dinners Wedding's and Funerals. STORMES Best Fountain DlUG STORE. ' Sanitary Manner. ServlcIn Town Served In a 3C 1C Page 2 COY past week. The Central Record, Thursday Feb 24, 1916. the J. Mobcrley has been quite sick Compare Ours With the Best in the Land and See How Superior They Are in Quality and Workmanship. Miss Nell liny Is visiting her sister, Mrs. Eliza Mc.Mllllom. Little Jtoberta McMillion has been quite lick for fcveral days. Lee (irow bought a bunch of hogs from Wm. Moberly. Price unknown. Mary Eliza Hurton colored has been very low with pneumonia but is report eu ueuer. Rev. Cloyil. of Lexington will fill bl regular appointment nt Scotts Fork March Gth. Misses Alberta and Lucy Speaks are visiting their grandmother Mia Nannie Aioucrlev. Car load of Northern seed oats. These oats are bright and high test. Hudson, Hughes & Farnau, Mrs. Alford Owens and father, Mr. Mcndowa of I'rcachersville have been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. 13. J. Sipple. Miss Hester Dean of Jessamine Co., has returned home after a very pleas adt visit with her cousin, Miss I'eachie Mac Sanders. The stork has been very busy in our On the 4th a 9 lb., girl neighborhood. was left at the home of Mr. Hen sipple She has been christened Lillian Owens On the 1th n little girl at Mr. Herman Osborne, nlso a little girl at Mr Walter rain on Jan. .list. FACTS FASTS THAT CANNOT BE DENIED. THERE ARE FEW, IF ANY, DUGQIES BUILT TODAY AS GOOD AS ARNOLD'S. REMEMBER THAT WE BUILD THE BEST BUGGY AND SELL IT DIRECT TO THE CONSUMER, SAVING YOU ALL MIDDLE MEN'S PROFIT, ALSO THE EXPENSE OF CRATING FREIGHT, DRAYAGE AND DRUMMERS. WE DON'T MAKE HARNESS, BUT WE HANDLE A NUMBER OF THE LEADING BRANDS. WILL SELL AT ACTUAL WHOLESALE COST ANY HARNESS IN THE HOUSE WHEN YOU PURCHASE A BUGGY. THE FACT IS WE MEAN TO DEAL SQUARE WITH YOU, NOT CLAIMING TO OWN OR CONTROL A HARNESS FACTORY, NEITHER HAVE WE A NUMBER OF BUGGY FACTORIES, BUT ON THE SQUARE WE SELL THE BEST BUGGY THAT CAN BE BOUGHT FOR THE MONEY, AND ARE TRULY PROUD OF THE REPUTATION THAT ARNOLD BUGGIES HAVE MADE. You Can't Get Around Facts Hiaiaaiuf FLATWOOD S. L. Iiaird went to Bcrea last week on business. Mrs. Longworth sold to Mr. Marsee, 9 shoats for $45. V. II. Furr sold to Bob Cox, 8 small shoats for $7'a hundred. W. H. Furr sold to G. A. Morgan, six shoats for $7. a hundred. V. T. Worrell sold to Sam Anderson 2 fat hogs for $6.90 a hundred. W. H. Tankersley sold A. F. Edwards 9 Wondeful Results ft o Look for yourself. In this cut we show one of the most perfect double reach reinforced reaches, and also ono that was twisted up to show what It would stand. In making a demonstration Watch on the streets of Ilarrodsburg. The same demonstration Is soon to be Riven In Danville. for the announcement. Tills was done by placing the reach substantially In a vice and with the use of a monkey wrench three men twisted It around and around, ns you can see. without breaking. The same is on display In tho show window of TUB CHKSTNl'TSALTER HARDWARE CO. We have had wonderful results with our patent reinforced double rench gear. They tune been In constant use almost exclunhely for the pat fire, jearn on Arnold's buggies, without n sin gle broken reach, fifth wheel, king bolt or king Iki It brace that has eter come to my knowledge If any ono using an Arnold buggy has hail either of the nhmi to lireuk at any time In the past fli years, we would consider It quite u fanr to let us know us we want tit publish tho exact facts In regard to Arnold's patent doublet rench reinforced gear or 10 shoats forG.M a hundred. Geo. Miller, Jr, sold to Virgil Gastin eau, two shoats for $0.50 a hundred. Try our self rising flour. Saves time and labor. Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. Rev. A. C. Iiaird filled his regular appointment at Freedom, Saturday and Sunday. Sam McQuerry has engaged his crop of corn to be delivered near him at $3.75 a O H H P0 2 a barrel. W. H. Furr sold to S. G. Anderson C fat hogs and six fat shoats for $7. i hundred. Mr. and Mrs. Longworth and Mrs. A. C. Iiaird visited at G. W. Elam's last Sunday. John Tankersley delivered two loads of corn to the Berea mill at $4 a barrel last week. He has engaged his whole crop to the same price. A little three year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fount Tankersley died of pneumonia on the 16th and was buried in the Jas. Ramsey burying ground on the 17th. They have the sincere sympathy of their neighbors and friends In A Few Pointers There are many other Improvements we can show you far superior to that used on other vehicles. Let us point out to you FIVE of our main features of our 191G buggies. 1 o c t o X Our patent gear, best gear construction known. their bereavement. MARKSBURY J. W. Swope of Danville made brief visit to his parents last week. Mr. Ryle Isom went to the mountains last week for the purpose of buying came. Mrs. Uryant and daughter Miss Nora were guests ot Mrs Luther Iiurdette the latter part of last week. Flour in sacks and barrels. It is guaranteed to please you. Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. Mrs. Frank Higgins has returned from Crab Orchard where she has been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm Smith. She wus accompanied home by 2 l'lnneo & Daniels, "A" grrido wheels, having national wide reputation as being tho best made. 3 Trimmed with Stcngal It will not draw and crack. 4 All Irons aro not draw and break. E hand-forge- & 2KS) Rothchlld leather throughout. special treated steel that will 03 C Tire for We put our name on the two reasons: that a man who uses it may know what Kelly-Springfie- ld All wood parts aro dipped In boiling linseed oil before going to tho paint shop. This preserves the llfo of tho timber, keeps water out anil prevents the wheels from dishing and the tires getting Iooso. Wo have something to show you that Is worth your time, and many features wo have been unable to show you on any of our previous makes of buggies. On thing I wish to Impress upon you; It takes tlmo to probuggy. No matter how hard ono may try. It duce a first-clas- s seems there. Is always something on which there can be made an Improvement. It's very true that wc havo always made a splendid buggy, but no one sees our mistakes better than I. Out motto Is, and always has been, "To Improve and put on anything that would make It better." We aro offering to you for 191C, as near ns can bo found, a buggy perfect In construction. Wo give you a cordial welcome to visit our factory nnd In- I H jj B Gj a o tire it is which gives him such satisfaction, atul because we are willing to vouch for a tire that is made of If a Kelh- good rubber by men who know how. Springfield Tire didn't stay on and wear better and longer than any other tire our name wouldn't be on it. H iai, y W .53 her sister, Miss Smith. If any of the women, composing the uudience, pre3ided over bv lie v. J. W. Muhan had ambition to become a pulpit orator or to fill any minor ollices of the church, even down to conducting a pie supper, was quelched in his sermon on last Sunday morning when he said, "God called men to do thi work.of his kirgdoni and not 'women' ", he ulo said, "it is a shame for men to sit down and allow the women to resort to bazars and (Uppers to support the chcrch of God.' It is not Bcriptural. It. I. Ilurton and D. S. Swope were appointed us a committee to draft He, ulutions on the death of T. I). Chesnut of which the following is submitted; Whereas our Brother, T. I). Chesnult has been removed from us by the hand of death. We, the members of the Folks of Dix ltiver Church, adopt the following, .to) hvery 1 ire a Uood I ire tire, which wo are selling wholesale by the reel or Kiund, retail by Just received 1,500 pounds of tho famous Should ono show defecate, when brought to our place It tho set nt extremely low prices, Kvery tiro a good tiro Is our guarantee will bo replaced without charge tho kaino day. This means a big do liar's worth for eery ilollar ou put In Kelly rubber spect same, We Make a Specialty of Trimming, Painting and Repairing all lands of Motor and Horse Drawn Vehicles that in the death of our Brother we have lost us Individuals, u friend and brother beloved, us it community, a highly esteemed und useful citizen. Resolved, that we record upon our minutes our appreciation of his lifi und work umong us. In years past he served faithfully us deucon und was a zealous w jrker us long us health permitted. lie it further resolved that u copy of fiese revolutions be published In the Central Record. Committee j 6 W Second Street ARNOLD Leo. Mr. i m ) Danville, Kentucky f'' MatUcI en Compare Ours With the Best in the Land and See How Superior They Are in Quality and Workmanship. See My Display of Buggies in Lancaster, Monday, February 28th, Court Day. family lant Friday night. Mr. Audio HuliiiiHun of llerea has Mr. N. H. Turner who hat been very rented a house) from Mr. Churley Wren where he ijxpects to move In soon. sick is improving. Mr, C, S, Hoop purchased a fine cow Mm. C S. Hoop ami Misi Cora Itoop wen-raile- d from Mr. Andy Conn for $50. to the hdide of Mrs. Your choice of three crudes of coal, ItiHjp's niece Lille Dawson of Klrkiville who f very sick. Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. Mr. and Mrs. Will Itenfro and hoii, purchased a flee Jersey heifer from J. N. Allen tor and Mrs. Suit Kadtord und daughter, $27.60. were the guot of Mrs. Susie Itenfro Mr, James Coffee of Champaign, III., last Wednerday night. was the guest of Mr. Jelf Davis and Mr. ami Mrs, lilulfard Jennings and Mrs. Susie Itenfro CARTERS VILLE. III HIGHEST PRICES PAID RtmhUiK Dr Miss Lena Allen and itev. J. M. IEobln Mrs. James limner und baby srent son and Mr. Kobjrt (ireen and Mrs. lust Thursday in I'alnt I, ick with her Suiie Itenfro were tho gueit of Mr. aunt, Mrs. Kettle d'riggs. und Mrs. Jelf Davis and daughter last Misses Lena and Lillian Ledford left Sunduy. Friday for a week's visit with their grandmother in Madison, Mrs. John Tudor and children sient Tuesday witli Mrs. Sterling Davis, Mrs Milford I.ee was in Lancaster Cat load of fine Southern Cow peas Monday on business. just received. Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. Mr. and Mrs. Jeir Davis visited Mr. Mrs. Jim Davis and Muster Sterling J. T. Fisher's family at Point Leavell Eugene spent last week with Mrs. Jim last Wednesday. No Commission SbippJof Tag to Pay LOWKLL Writ foe Price Utt end M. Sabel & Sons LOUISVILLE, KY. Mr. Joe JIoIhii boUL'ht from Air. Tues Charley Harvey u large tobacco bariM day after several days visit with his which he is having torn down, un I will I sisters in Lancaster. nave me lumber for gale. Mrs. Sue Lnwson who has been visitMr. frank Hurt and bride Weicf ing her sister, Mrs. Hubert Ilio.vn has given a miscellaneous shower bv their returned to her home in Lexington. friends last Wednesday evening. There, present and n' Mr. Guy Napier entertuined a num. were about twenty-livber of his friends with candy pulling enjoyable evening was spent. 4 lust Tuesday evening. Learn Inn And Thought. Mr, Alex Little and family have mov learning without thought, li labor ed to their farm recently purrhased , vwi, iiiuuKut niiuuuv ivuruioK i una from Mr. Speed Ledford. ! ferouB. Coufuclui. Lo Hoyle returned home e I The Central Record, Thursday Feb 24, 1916 2 Page 3 ""c TO THE GREATEST SALE !N THE STATE OF KENTUCKY THE MOST WONDERFUL All HOUSE FURNISHING EVENT IN All ALL THE SOUTH. past March Sales will be eclipsed by this the most extraordinary March Sale ever held. The values are greater, the merchandise is better and prices lower goods delivered direct to you in the quickest possible time. Your railroad fare will be refunded upon purchases of $ 100.00 or more. March on to March s March Sale. Furniture Carpets, Bugs, Draperies Wall Paper, Curtains, Bed. Springs and Bedding1. Priced lower than ever before. A few of the many wonderful values in this sale. Solid Mahogany Rocker Exactly Illustrated. Mattress Outfit. Single or double size, White Enamel or Vermis Martin Iron Bed, two inch continous post, five fillers heavily built, strong and substantial. A good woven wire spring and a soft reversible mattres. This outfit would ordinarily cost you $16.50. Order one now. MARCH'S MARCH PRICE Made of solid Mahogany throughout, absolutely no veneer, has high comfortable back, solid saddle seat as shown, shaped arms and d back, dull finish. Absolutely the greatest value in this the greatest of all March sales. A positive $30.00 Chair hand-rubbe- $7.95 COMPLETE. MARCH'S MARCH PRICE $8.75 Axminister Rugs. FLORAL AND PERSIAN DESIGNS. 27 x 51 inch DO Body Brussels Rugs. CHOICE COLORS AND DESIGNS. IS Bargains S in Wall paper. Stoves and Ranges. COAL and GAS Detroit Jewel Ranges'ure the best to be found. The prices during this MARCH SALE Come and See Them. 1 x 03 inch x Oji feet 2 50 G 11- 22 Vi x 30 inch 27 x 51 inch x 03 inch 9 x 12 reel, 5 frame 9x f 1 05 VA 15 -5 2 75 I 0x9 feet, seamless 8 x IM feet 9 x 12 feet, room size, !)3 17 50 23 50 .. .... .... 13 50 - feet, 0 frame. 20 50 Twenty beautiful designs for bed rooms and hallways, n regular 10c quality March's March Price, 3'A cents a roll. Choice collection of papers, all styles and colors, regular 15c quality. MARCH'S MARCH PRICE. 5 cents n roll. are fur below normal. Sale Starts Next Monday Morning at 8 o'clock. Be one of First Here ll llll llllll ai--e iixg o rx, - - Kentucky. i t Page 4 The Central Record; incorporated, EMBRY. TANLAC Col. Thomas Palmer Embry died at $1.00 a year. the home of his son In' Louisville yesbsoed Weekly. terday (Monday) afternoon at 1 o'clock. J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. He was a native of Madison county, lie R.L KLKIN, Locnl Editor and MtlrJ where ho was born 70 years ago. many was n resident of this county for KnterMal tho Pot Office In trtncxirr, Kjr., years and was one of the best known ' froii.l (! Ml! Mailer. He was men In Central Kentucky. Member Kentucky Press Association universally popular and many will sor. row that he is no more. He haa been In declining health for years and those Eighth District Publishers League. near and dear to him were in some Lancaster, Kjr., February 24. 1916 The Central hecord, Thursday Feb 24, 1916. ROMANCE W. C. T. U. NOTES. measure prepared for the inevitable. He is survived by two sons Hon W. Heed Knibry and Mr. Jesse Wallace Rates For Political Announcements Emory, or whose uevotion The reFor Precinct and Cltv Olfices . . .$ 6.00 to the father wns beautiful. this 1U.O0 mains were taken to Itichmond "or County Offices tor State ami District Offices.... lfi.00 j morning for interment. Danville Mes- 10 senger. r'or Calls, per lino 10 Mr. Embry had many relatives and For Cards, per line friends in Garrard county, who will For all publications in the Interregret to hear of his death. We think est of individuals or expreshe was u native of Garrard county, sion of individual views, per ' .10 having been born on the farm now ownline v .05 ed by Mr. Georgo Uobinson, where his Obituaries, per line father Mr. Jessie Embry lived a numWe arc authorized to announce Miss ber of years. Jennie Iliggins a candidate for County of Garrard School Superintendent BOWMAN. County, subject to the action of the Mrs. Lulu Anderson Bowman died at Democratic primary August 1317. the home of her husban'', Mr. J. S. Bowman, in Lewis county, Wednesday ! morning after a lingering and paint u I r mi. . rti t Illness. The word Hew over our town jLNews ui as the wings of the wind, and where ever it touched it left sorrow, and the We desire to thank the many friends expressions of sympathy for the aged deep sympathy and interest for their parents and other bereaved ones were manifested during wife's serious illness many and from the heart. and ask that you now rejoice with us, Bright, happy and cheerful, Lula carthat she is able to be up and fo about ried sunshine wherever she went She 1'ollitt and family. the home. had always a smile and pleasant word Hro. I'ollitt goes to Walton Kv, Mon- for her friends and her death comes as day to help the pastor of that place in a dark shadow to her friends and relatives who knew her true worth and a meeting. loved her so dearly. Our town and its The Danville Messenger is usually people were ever dear to her, for here full of NEWS but when it states that she was born and reared, and when the some was negligent when the last hour came and the God of eternity fighting appliance recently pur- was calling her tohereverlastmghome, chased to attach to the water plug was it was her desire that beneath the No shady trees of our Silent City, surfound undrained and full of ice. that wasn't news to us. Brer Land ram. rounded bv relatives and friends who wc knew that last Wednesday night. had gone before, all that was mortal should be placed to rest by the hands of friends whom she named. CHOICE FIELD SEEDS. All the care and love of a devoted and We have a full line of Timothy, Clov-er- husband and skilled physicians Blue grass. Orchard grass, and oats, anxious relatives could devise and apSeeds bought earlv before any advance ply for her comfort during her illness, took place, that we can sell you right were brought into play, but without Call and inspect our line, they test high, avail. If you want good coal try a load of "God touched her with his linger and Black Betsy next time you are in town, she slept," the poet wrote, so may we We want your produce, highest merket say of her "God touched her with his price. finger and she slept", but not until i Bailey and Moss, Phone 70. beautiful life was lived, a noble exam pie of patience, fidelity to truth und faith were given. Not until the vis IN INTEREST OF ions of a heavenly life, in Christ Jesus, had begun at the age of thirteen CLUB. which CANNING and which cheered and illumined the And now that Mrs. Helen C. Wolcott, state agent valley of the shadow. for the home demonitration work, will she sleeps memory takes up the harp speak in the Court House in this city, of life and smiting the strings sees her Saturday morning, March 4 th. Mrs. a friend and happy school girl, a devot Wolcott cornea in the interest of the ed daughter, a tond sister, a dutiful Canning Club which has become so pop. wife finds in all these relationships of ular all over the state and at this time life that her part was well performed, is hoped that one can be organized in her manv virtues melting into music. this county. This organization should So It ever is when a life is nobly and and doubtless will have the support of divinely lived. Life will never be quite the City Club and the Womans Club, as the same to her loved ones who will well as the support of every business long for the "touch of a vanishedhand man in the county. If sufficient inter for the sound of a voice that is stilled." est is manifested, a Corn Club should Mrs. Bowman was born in Lancaster also be launched as these too are prov February 14, 18G4, and wns married to ing very instructive to our young fat Mr. J. S. Bowman in August l'JOO, and mer boys. had since that time resided in Lewis county. The last time she was ut home that have struck fortunes this season, whs at the COth wedding anniversary und there are u good many NEW STORE OPENED that are of her mother and father. How swift making wages and thousands that ure NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION. ly, it seems, sorrow has followed joy not innking grub. Yet I believe that BY OLD FIRM. into this household but when the sum these mines would pay if the seasons Of The Joseph Mercantile Company. Mr. It. IK Batson and Mr. W. T, mons to "come up higher" came, her were long enough for men to work. Notice is hereby given that the will open a cash store on Lexing spiritual house was in order, she was West There is not more than three or four Joseph Mercantile Company, Incorton street, next door to the Puritan, prepared for the translation. Since the months that men can work at the most, porated, lias dissolved und is winding next Saturday week. Mr. Batson and age of thirteen, when Bhe joined the on account of the cold weather. saw UP Its business. All Indebted Mr. West need no introduction to the church, she bad had been active in its snow "0 inches deep in August and I shoppers of Lancaster and Garrard Co. work and has been a member of the dug up frozen earth MX inches tliicK in to said company, will plcafce come forward and settle. neither does the firm of Batson and local W. C. T. U. since it organization. Gregory Digging in July. I made inv West as they have been business part After appropriate funerel services, calculations to work four months and ners awl catered to this public before, conducted by Elder K M. Tinder, the lay by eight months und pay from 12 Thoy are both men of the highest in- body will be laid to rest in the Lands to IS dollars a week for board but I tegrity and honesty coupled with bus). ter cemetery. ciuld not make ends meet so pulled ness sense which will enable them to up stukes and took a line of march for run a sture which can be relied upon - Of WHY PRINCE ALBERT WINS North America. Abner und I brought under any und every circumstance. back nbcut worth of the precious The store room which 1s well located, metul, 1 may go back to the mines has just been remodeled with splendid Patented Process Is Responsible For lis next Spring with a loud or two of pn window frontB, newly papered and Visions, but don't think thut I eliall International l'opularily. painted which make it one of the most ever go with the calculation of woikii.g in town. An entirely attractive stores Smokers so much appreciate the in the nines. Mining is not the thing new and line of goods, will flavor and coolness and aromn ot Prince It is cracked up to be, ut least ll does be ahown by this enterprising new-ol"pipe and cigarette tobacco that not suit ine. The Indians have been firm and we bespeak for them u liberal Albert they often marvel that this one brand very bad on the Plaint this summer share of patronage. Luck to them! und full. There have been u good many could be so different from all others. The unswer to this question is to be men killoi by the Klo.vuys, Puuneea '1 lie mail found on the reverse side of everv und Cuinanchies. win robbed TO Prince Albert package, whero you will on the -- Utli of lust mouth by the Kio-We will on Monday, County Court read: "Process Patented July 30th wuys und the driver and the conductor Lancaster at i Dav. sell in 1907." Thut tells the wholo story, killed. Abner und I ure keeping batch und o'clock to the highest bidder, two no. Prince Albert is mad by n patenttd Of any other County in Kentucky or process that cuts out the bite and parch. running a circulur saw mill on Grund ted stallions, 1 will stay Sam Henry was sired by Sam Terry, which makes, the tobacco so mighty Uiver in Cuss County Mo. any other State. agreeable and satisfying to men of here till Spiing und if I do not go back he by lleacock. The dam of Sam To Everybody, Everywhere. To Anybody, Anywhere. every taste of every civilized nation or. to the Mountains I will return tu Ken- -' Ilenry'n sire, was a Cabbie Lexington tucky, but I cannot tell what I shall doj mare. Sam Henry's first dam was u Do you want to sell your farm? the globe. See us. Smokers should realize that this pat yet. Abner, I want you to write, I'ercherom mare, shu by a Coach horse. Do you want to trade your farm? ented process cost three years' contin tu mt us soon as you got this ami let Ho Is a dapplo grey, weighs 100 pounds uous work und study and u fortune in us know how they are all getting along and is Hi) hands high, has fine action, See us. elegant form, excellent money to perfect. But the result bus at home, I have written four or five big bono, Do you want to buy a farm? lotters back since I left homo and I muscle and gentlo nature, proven to be worth ull that was expend Sec us. Do you want to sell your stock of ed upon it. because it has set flee men havu not received one scratch of a pen PL.!nl mCO&CIIUCI UIIIGI. who believed they never ctlda en jo a or heard one word from Garrard Co, ' merchandisfl? sinco 1 left it and I want you tu write u pipe or a makin'a cigarette.'" See us. reJ lmyi i5j iiama llKhi iia flrgt Do you want to trade your farm for Prince Albert makes it possible for without fail or delay. All tho connect- - ,am was Messenger Chief and sired by a larger farm,-- do you want to trade every man to smoke a pipo or to roll ions out hero are well witli tho except- - rumliettr Wilkes. Ho is an extra fast And, no matter ions of Chills which are as common road horso and a fine breeder. Any your farm for a smaller farm, do you hli own cigarettes. ( anything of this kind. want to trade your farm for a stock of how tender the tongue, Prince Albert here as bad colds ever were in Ky. ona in t I will close for the present with, merchandise or the merchandise for a cannot bite or parch.'j That is cut out car)t BffLrii lo mit this opportunity, a Due Respect, farm, in fact do you want to get a deal by the patented process, leaving for (tlcy ur1 partnership Btulf and must be Leander Davidson, boiji the smoker only the joys of the fragrant of any kind started? Abner you must not fail to write as, isi Don't delay, get a move on you, let tobacco. nr,nniMim o PnnTIU It is a fact tffit sine Prince Albert soon us you get this and direct us do the hustling and make you money. DLNLU1U & ULIUlil, Swinebroad, arrived", just about six years ago, our letter to Morristown Mo.. Cass Co. Hughes & Junction, City, Ky. it has made three men smoke pipes Tell James Nave tiiat I would like to The Ileal Estate Men, ' Capt. Am Iiourne, Auctioneer, him, L. D, 1 hear from Lancaster, Ky. where one smoked a pipe before! I I me unurcuesj S.--- J new-fir- . The Woman's Christian Temperance NOW FULLY TOLD Union Is realizing that no work is being B",,irl" n,onR lis Launching and Whal Inspired U 1$ At ,'onc 10 Iham nUaPU rnmiMMnKii lino Last Explained, thing else. We make them lawyers, doctors, farmers, store keepers, we "Every tew years someone suggests train them toward any desired end. something that will tend to better our Hut of the snares and pitfalls, the perils condition, wnether it may pertain to of the street, and the knowledge of the our business, our knowlegde, conven effect of alcohol on the system wo fay ience, or health, or our social state," not a word. declared L. T. Cooper recently. Am we not falling in our duty to has been my pleasure to ofTer' "It those whom God has given us. If wi Tanluc to the world," he continued. will trv In train these vmintr nennlt to "1 presented Tanlac on its merits, i '..I ill-mi-, i i.'i v mmi nmii ......... - it' uvu knowing full well that it would prove ii.ih- MiiMiii, li, to join the great army of lighters . . . satisfactory If properly tested. ... , "Confident as I whs of the reception worth more than all the statutes, or Tanluc Would receive1, I confess 1 was of law? For national compulsion hardly prepared for the wonderful pop- courts upon national consent. ularity into which it at once sprang. must rest Knowing our duty, and our responsiWhen it is considered that just nine bility let us enter heartily, nnd prajer-full- y montns to the day after Tanlac was aninto this work for the future. nounced, one million bottles had been Misses Martha nnd Helen Gill nnd sold, it can bo understood that when Martha Kavauaugh have nobly consentthe story of Tanlac is culled n romance ed to keep the W. C. T. U. in this of the business world it is quite true. training work for Christla citizenship. "Tanluc appeals particularly to the They will organize n "Loyal Legion" best people everywhere people who wlirwo slogan Is, "Tremble King Alco-- I are able to judge carefully and to ren- hoi for we shall grow up". der a just opinion of its merits. Up-jLet ujj all go to work, for this truly the thousands of indorsements of such Is the "Kings Business", and the need men and women ThiiIiic'h astonishing is great, nnd ha-ttis urgent. success lias based. Great us is the demand for Tanlac now, I really MT. HEBRON feel that the country, as a whole, is only just awakening tu it. Mrs. Chas. Duncan is ill. "Tunlac, which is the joint product Mr. G. W. Thompson sold a pair of of Herr Joseph Von Tnmbach, the noted German chemist and myself is, I work mules last week for $350. Mrs. Jas. Stone has been unite ill believe, the most affective remedy known for ailments of the stomach, with rheumatism but is improving. liver and kidneys and for catarrhal Master Elmer Kay of Gunn's Chapel, alfections of the mucous membranes. is with his uncle, Mr. L. E. Speaks. "It is compounded ot roots, herbs, Mrs. Mollie Spive'y has gone to Louisbarks and (lowers, many of which come ville for u few month stay with her from remote parts of the world, and it peor-lis free from the mineral tsint feared Miss Christine Speaks entertained a by many persons. I have no doubt that Tanlac will be number of her little cousins a part of as successful in your city as it has in last week. Cremo Dairy Peed will make your every other in whicli it has been in troduced . cows give more milK. Tunlac may be ohtaired in Bryants- Hudson, Hughes and Faniaf. ville at Becker & Ballard; Crab OrchNellie Verna, the little daughter of ard, Lyon Brown: Danville, John S. Mr. and Mrs. Auther Preston, fell while Wells, Paint Lick, J. M. MetcalftStan-ford- , playing Saturday ar.d sprained her arm. Penny's Drug Store. Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Preston nie very happy over the arrival of a 10 lb. baby boy on the 17th, chiistened SamINTERESTING LETTER uel Clay. Written Nearly Sixty Years Ago. Wesley and Leslie, the twin babies of Mr. und Mrs. Robert Shcrrow were Mr. John Uiy of this county handed interred in Mt. Hebron cemetery the us the following interesting letter 14th inst. written to his father, Mr. Abner Kay, The "Grip" has about run its course by Mr. Leander Davidson, father of s in this locality as there are no Mayor L. G. Davidson, of this city. reported and those who were its Bachelors Hull, Morman Bend, Grand Uiver, Cass Co, Mo., victims are able to be out. Mr. Homer Sti.ne of Cincinnati spent November, 1st, lfeo'J. Mr. A. D. Bay, last week with his parents, Mr. and Lancaster, Ky. Mrs. Jas. Stone here and was accomDtar Abner; panied home by his brother, Herbert. I take this opportunity of informing Mr. Jas. Shaw, representing the you that I am still in the land, und Granite and Marble Co of Itichmond, among the living. My health is toler nnd W, S. Traylor, an of Mt. ubly good just at this time but I cannot Hebron church, spent last Thursday say how long it will remain so. I have night with Mr. Dennis Scott. been shaking with the Ague the best News reached here Tuesday of the 1 six out of eleven months. went to deatli of Mrs. Margaret Eason, wife of the Uocky .Mountains this Spring, and Mr. John Eason of Burgin. They livi-yvas in the mines six weeks. I got until two years ago. She hud been back in September and did not make here a sufferer of tuberculosis for a number much in the operation. There is gold years, was u member of the church there and a good deal of it, but is is of at this place nnd bus several relatives not every man that goes there thit gets much. Mining is just like alotery and a number of friends iiere who extend their heartfelt sympathy to the you may work hard for six months aged husband and sorrowing children. and not make more than grub nnd you Interment in Burgin county. may in one day striko a fortune, but the fortunes are like Angels visits, few Fresh Fish and Oysters every week and far between. There are u few men at W. il. Ball's. "Ucc lT I I I ' Optical Specialist III V 13 TIE meus if BI A tlmrotiiili exntnimilion A I I ! in 5? S i'S" CIENTIFIC I ERVICE. i v 6) I l!) ! i teen jfiirr e.H'rietiie proper correction liy glares of any Optical defect or eye, strain. To have your eyes tested anil glasses lilted for one reasonable, charge of V'ttr lV n speeinlisl of seven- i I Alumico Frames, 1st Quality Lenses $2.50 and $3.00 American Optical 10 Years Gold Filled. Large Eye. 1st Quality Lenses $4.50 and $5.00 and "Hold Fast" Eye Glasses $4.50 and up. "Shuron," "Flts-U- " Extra charges for "Kryptok," "Torlc" and "Compound" Lenses. i i i J. J. BYRNE, Optical Specialist i AT THE KENGAKLAN HOTEL PAKLOK, LANCASTER, KY. (!) MARCH 6th to 18th. 1 YOU'LL UND IT IN THIS COLUMN. 1 I t Wanted To hire, middle aged farm hand with one or two boys in family to help with stock and farm work. Lock b)x I1'J Connersville, I ml. lilack alfalf.i Mississippi lands, stock farms a specialty, also Delta Plantations. I'a til finch. Crab Orchard Kv. K. K. Z mo-d- "I nm lispr li. I". II. 1. Ill, kiry Point, Tenn.. writes" Mrs T to tell you th.il I am run.,! ,f catarrh. Having It-i- i 'lltllelr.l wit'i ratarrli and siomaeh trouMe f r evrn jean, and after liavliiK tried lour it rie f,,r it llttln while, I kkvo up n I ' illrrcrent liop.. of telric currj. I was lixlunil to Iry I', rnna, nnd to my nre.it win surprise I am now entirely well. My health People who use Peruna frr, FOR INDIGESTION Mrs. V. II Whltr'ie.,1 It It I. l'rvor. Oklahoma, writes: "I am '! 'n ' from my oM nlomarli trmihl. feel im tn tell you thai I I alV Ii tin my ork. rat and drink ci rntarrhal nymit-ei.iei kmnf that I found n sum euro In our what I want, and rr v, In tlmo with it sued my life. Ily Itvaluable medlnnr I'vruna I was cured Kiur-- and wclL" . hnrr" For Sale. Hotel, Livery Ham and two Houses and Irfits. Will stll cheap if sold (,ood place to March 1st 1910. make money. Call or write for other particulars. (. W. Hire, I'aint Lick. Kv. The IVruna (Vmp.tny inedlcinca Are Strong and Happy njmtu, C n vtl1 ur Oht prruit.i Tho lr wlm nhjict to llquM taMrt form. Und To Rent. will on Monday Kebnary 2itli l'Jlll, in front of the Court llouje door in Lancaster Ky, rent 57 acres of land, belonging to tint Archer heirs, near Terms made l'oint Leavell for 11)10. known on day of sale. 2.17-2- i. kI. H. C. Duilderar. Agent, 1 THE NATIONAL BANK OI: I.ANCASTI:R. CapMdl : FOR SALE $50,000. Surplus 430,000. I have a good lot of clean. Sweet Clover teed fur sale. Home raited. Levi Klnm.Crah Orchard, Ky., -- A. IE IKNNY. President J. K STOItMKS. Vice I'rrs't. S. C. DKNNV. Cashier. K. r - Koute 2. 1. .'MUHY. Ass't l'ahirr. J. U (III. I.. r. For Sale. 1M J acres rf land near Hyattsvillo Kv. on Kirksvillo pike, small house and barn, plenty of timber to saw. Thii land will grow the finest tobacco. Pest quality of hemp and 1.1 barrels of com to tho acre. If interested write. l'attie (i. 1 1 ay (le n, Nicholasville. Kv. 2 Safety Deposit WK SOLICIT Boxes YOl'lt For Rent. ItUSINKSS. Samual I). Cochran. Alex It. Denny. J. H. IWy. J. K. Storrnes, S. C. Denm. J U (iill. Dr. W M. Kllintt. Director. nisicE9cnraaniumaoiH wit -wnrTTW - FIELD SEEDS. of nnv farm seed If you arc this spring write to W. I!uh Nelson of Lexington Ky, for samples and prices, he prepays the freight to your U It. Station, ami his prices are as low as liou-in Central Ivy, (jalltj of seeds It. csnsidured. in need - wtyrr-p. li GMEY Director and Embalmer. Kentucky. Phone 18. lii'Mik'nro I'liutif w Funeral Ollk-- 1 peri-nu.- s HEMP SEED FOR SALE. 1 Public Safe TWO STALLIONS. To the farmers who are thinking of sewing hemp for the year I'JKi. I will sell you your seed as cheap as Ksible and buy your hemp at the highest market price. II. II. Cox. Lancaster. f-- W MISSISSIPPI STOCK FARM FOR SALE- open. Some 1 ' THE CITIZENS Bam Henry and Messenger Chief y 1 OF GARRARD. tenant houses. About lOM acres bottom land. Inl'incc rolling to billy, but practically all sub!l ject to cultivation, (irass grows in abundance on all this tract. About live Watered by livmiles from llailroml ing Btream. In one of tlio heafthiust localities ill tlio state, 1'rice $ir..(HI per acre. For further information regard, IngMisslssippi and Tennewieo land write us, wo Handle mem. M. K. WAINKIOUT. Manager. Land Department, HKAHSKOItl) KKALTV COMI'ANY, acres, nlxiut '.VI in cultivation. li'S.K 20(Kl HONOR ROLL. KY. k I We Citizens National Bank )! LANCASTKIt. Capital $50,000. Surplus $50,000. Vice f. t It. K. HUDSON. IV.l.lent. J. WALKKIt. w, 0. I'.iiiniiv, Ass't Canh'r J ot: J. W'Al.KKlt, Jit.. w. I'. CHAMP, Cashier. i'r.t. Nashville, Ten ii. 1 MONEY TOJLOAN on Farm Lands' in amounts or $2,500 and up. I capital it is placed on the KOI, I, of bnnks. Such an institution inn coi'imiinilv is n credit iiiul assures that the bank is SAFIO. SOUND ami .SKCPKK. We are better prepareil than eyer to our customers in every way consistent with sound linancl.il principles and we thank our friends and customers for their aid in assisting us in attaining this high position on the Honor Itoll. Kiri i llf" EE E 3E ARE YOU HUNGRY? If so call at W. F. CHAMP, Kentucky. i "The 3G 1 I - T7 77 " Citizens National uanK. for a nice Lunch, also Everything Jn'Sof t Drinks EE1 E Lancaster, i The Central Record, Thursday Feb 24 19 Id. STATE DEBT TO BE REFUNDED General Assembly To Pass on Plan of (iov. Stanley aiid Bankers TAXES MAY HE RAISED Vista. Page 5 bo of very little avail. Tho bill, ho declared, ftavo tho Govornor tho rlht to spend (20,000 In elections, but put no limit on the amount his friends spent. If ho disclaimed any knowledgo of tho expenditure. Another amendment added reduces the amount to ho expended by a candidate for Stato Senator from $1,000 ;no Thn bill, ns passed by the House, did not call for statements of expenditures In elections for bond Issues, franchise Issues and local option cleo-- . lions. rn' iletect in tho bill was remedied by the amendment of Sena' to OLIVER AND SYRACUSE Gossip About v? People Hill Side Plows and Points Jill Mill A HEADQUARTERS n.t.l M.nllnn nl ihr Cnmtnift Arc . (ioinjt lyThmt Wi Interfiled In. ( s! snd Only (Joiiiiliu! Kcpnlm. Uniting Stoves nl cost. I.np Holies nt rest. Miss Klizaheth Glbhs Is In Lexington for n Visit to friends. Mr. Harry Francis of Paint Lick was a visitor In Lancaster, Sunday, Mrs. T. K. Watson of Stanford has been over for a visit to home foil's. Attorney J. K. Itoblnson and Mrs. Robinson were recent visitors in Stanford. BURTON BROTHERS Buy Scott Farm Near Buena Just received a new line of Harness, Brltching Collars and Blind Bridles. John Dccrc Mowers, Binders, Harrows, Plows and Wagons. Its heun told that you roulil not get repairs for.Iolm Dccru Machinery. Wr keep repairs in stock. 'I liis is false. J. E. Mount, SAn & Co. The Square Deal House. Jacob SchulzCompany IncoriHiratfd, Fine Cut Flowers For I'haries III) K -- All Occasions. Prompt Attention I I - ir K J All Onlurs Receive Wm. F. Miller, Agt. Lancaster. FOS BRONCHITIS, hooping ghs (aira fcl.s i I Make tlic Best Remedy otliome- - 128 Tcaspoonsf ut for 50 cents. If c- . m mm mmn thing t.n '.laid in as III- - rjlnnd 'ji. !'ita t.i. KIov '' N' ''i ; iuU -. h..( uu-iLx.-- - n.J ir coniplr.int or divsatlslactinn could ! isilly arise Irom nj one. Tl.wc drujjt'-i- ay "Buy a bof !lo of thl remedy an l try it fm Urontimi'. Wlmopinit cougn, Scveie Cutli, (.rmp or nny l Atfertieri. and f will return mv rs we ik w nil your money, ju . Hie :,t "tinkir, if it Schilt'. snn's famous ci is ilrotv-Ma- .1 lor any of not lake advantage of this guarantee and try thin medicine, and et your money baik, rather than liuvinrt another purely cn the exaggerated claims of its manufacturer or on tin- - strength of testimonials from other and tun the clunic of getting something worthless and also wasting your money' ott remedy e.er u Why IImww complaints." tuu tot eivo satisf.ictio.-- , ... if not found scc r In buy:n4 this r mcdy.be i' inS an absolute guara .tceof from these drup,rl, you a'o. .i aboui eikhl tunes aa rnu- h incut' e as oii would in buying wt any , the kind-- , wh.eh avr-ai!- e ready-ma- i from 20 to .12 tiasi,ioor.sf'il, locne'e hole nnt (128 le. 50c worth nnkes n fp"niful) when mixed at homo vu'i Minp'y one nint nf migar ond otic half p'i of Wtter. This rer dv poMtivily clot not contain thlorofoim, opium, morphine or.mv other narcotic. IiUpkjMiittotm.p ami children arc fond of it. Y'uwnl be ami under this pos, ivo e. the iole Rdarnnteo absolutely no risk is run in buying this remedy. Druggists ever when are authorized to m-I- it under the same r guarantee ns Schmtimnn's famous of "Money Hack" if not perfectly K J.Schitfni.inn. I'rnprietur, satisfactory. Saint Paul. Minn. Guaranteed here by C. C.'& J. K. Storrncs. Lancaster. Ky. MARDI ' LOUISVILLE AND GR AS. NASHVILLE RAILROAD. Only a Day and Night to New Orleans Tickets on sale dally Feb 28 to Men 6, inclusive. New Orleans S21. 15. Mobile $17.75. Pensacola $17.28. Round Trip from Lancaster. SleepiniJ t Sl.no each way Hoard at t private homes 51.00 per day. or at hotels 52.00 For particulars see L & N. Agent. per lay ami up. l In-slir.st-cla- carfare 51.01) ! Diaw A Check for the money youove anil note how much more res- pectfully your creditors regard you They like to do Ihimiicss with a man who has an account at the Garrard Bank & (I Trust Go. I ' ' They know he is ihinu luininess in h lnuiresa like way. Iletter open inch an account even if jour iilfairs lire not !nrt;e. They will crow nil rlKl't. Tlie Garrard Bank atamyawBrrrTrrcagiiiiiii i &, Trust Company ii,iiEaBMmTrauTOarasraas COMPLETE LINE OF line v $1 II M AA K I 3 II Mr. J. M. Carpenter of Ited Itock, Okln., but who spends his winters in Extra revenue of five cents cn Vf.i' Tho llouso resolution, authorizing Florida, where he owns one of the finest hundred dotaro nejded Gpeclal, the state university to participate In orange and grapefruit farms In tlmt tho funds which will accrue under tho session seems assured. state, is making quite a reputation in Smlth l.cver bill, pending In Congress, this line as the following letter indicawas pissed by the Senate. tes. He is well known here where he Frankfort, Ky f.'pe'lal) If th- -. visits his son, Mr. Ollie Carpenter, s are taxed $7.no license Legislature ra resolves, the people' In a till which seems to regulate tho every spring. The letter reads; will have an opportunity to ptss mi Issuing of licenses and penalties for "St. Cloud. Fin., Felt. 8, 101C, Editor Tribune- ;the question of IssulnR bonds for tl.e Illegal huntlriK, which passed tho SenI some grapefruit Saturday pa)mcnt of the $J.o0,000 debt In t'.io ate 17 to 11. morning for the purpose of sending to form of outstanding warrants aKamst 1'rovldlng for tho teaching of agriOhio. The fruit was hrought In by the State at tho November election. culture In the common schools, tho Comrade Carpenter, a veteran of the Hondlni? this debt would mean f' bill of Senator Antle passed tho npner 7th Ky. Caalry. Thev were the largbody IS to 4 Tho bill was so amended est and finest I have seen since landing saving of about ?."n,000 a year In !n-- i as to give teachers until July 1, lSli, tcrest and would plsco the State's to qualify to teach agriculture. In Florida. They were grown on Comrade Carpenter's orange and grapefruit credit nn a firm basis. Mrs. Cleveland I'ose nnd Miss Mamie Mr. V. A. Speith, the pupular manA committee of the Kentucky Hark-fnrm A petition was presented to the Walter siient Friday In Stanford with ager of the Lancaster Warehouse, has my enst of town, for which I return sincere thanks. crs' Association was called together General Assembly from citizens of Mrs. I telle Perkins. been upon the sick list for a Week. Yours truly. at the executive mnrslen, where they Pike County, requesting the support Miss .Minnie Cullev will w this week for tho or J. K. P. Ferrell." discussed with Mrs. Jane Itobinson has returned Starley the Newport bills affecting Covington and saloons. for a short visit to ICuV. and Mrs. J. W. from a visit to her daughter, Mrs. J. questions of rurjBt!'"Jlreiireo n' It.'Hk'le in I lustimv i!li. II. Paxton and family in Stanford. stale warrants. It ECONOMY CASH STORE TO Fathered by citizens of Covington, Mrs. Anna Ilnilev hss returned to her tho consensus of opinion that the l.i a bill, authorizing the acceptance of Iteverend J. W. Ileagle and Sin. home in Stanford after h week's visit terest-beartnIlenglu ef Iliisionville Were guests should be re-- , gifts of truts by boards of education BE OPENED BY BATSON to Mrs. J. C. Uobiuson. Monday of Mr. and Mrs. J. 11. Super. funded. U'nvs of bettering the State's! and public Institutions, pasted the Mrs. J. V. Arnold, and daughter of financial nfTalra were also iIIscus.t i Senate by a unanimous vote. AND WEST, SATUR.Miss Margaret Morrow of Columbus, at length. llirininchani, Ala., have been visiting, An Important bill was introduced Ohio, was here for a short visit to her Kentucky bankers and party learl Mr. nnd Mrs. J. (S. llurnsidi. DAY, MARCH 4TH. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kd. W. Morrow. crs are of t'ao opirlon that an idil-tlora- l In the Senate by Senator Combs, proposes to make the election Miss Klna llerkele of Oxford Ohio rcvenie of five ccntM on the which Mesdames Joe K. Itobinson, Frank Collejiu is here for Is needed to make of Comitv Srhnnl Sunnrlnlnnilpnla finn.' hurdred SprinK vacation When we assume to con- ends meet dollarsprovide II. Marksburg, Mi;s Martha and Helen and for the actual partisan. It provides for tho doing and n uest at the (iulley House. away with tho emblem In this partlcu cash busi necessities r,f government. dill will leave Monday for the Mardi duct a lar contest. Mr. ami Mrs. J. It. Ilnseldeti and Mr. (iras in New Orleans. we give as our nnd Mrs. Samuel Hitselden motored to A special teflon of the Ocneral Mesdames J. C Itobinson and It. I'. goods can be Assembly to detrr Ine tho ma'tT of In Another bitter liquora fight developed the city of Lexington for a short stay. tho House when resolution, reHenry left Wednesday for n visit to revenues and taxation seems aisurel sold delegation In Mesdames Ilsrry Anderson and Ira Mrs. Kubinson's sister, .Mrs. Charles and It is bellevej that administration questing the KentuckyNation-widCongress, to vote for e proHoltzclaw were recent guests of Mr. UichanKoii of Lexington. that Ave can pay leaders will blame the lnj'con o' hibition camo up. Hepresentatlvo and Mrs. Andrew Thompson of Danville. the prohibition question Into the pres- Myers our goods and ent sesflons the cause for dcUy ond tacked on an amendment which Mr. Kobert l.lkin Hughes, came up cash This was Misses Jane Katharine Hagan and from Louisville last Saturday and was benefit of all cash as the reason for a special session. provided byfor compensation.to 47. After passed a vote of 48 Har Million Iing of Kirksville are u guest of his fa'lu r. Judge .M. I). we An Investigation will be made of1 tho adoption of the amendment In this Also guests of their little friend Mis Hughes, until Wednesday form, to tho Dorothy ltoss. bad the charges aealnst Representative "drys,"which was not acceptable Repre(, will have no loss from n (,arrjt,r Mll(on m j, a motion was made by Honey, of Webster County, arden1 ' The Traiping Clius of the Christian I'aul F.lliotl and Ilrndley Hourne and accounts to add to sell- leader for the prohibition cause, bv1 sentative Greene, author of tho resolutable the matter, which was church and trie ollicers and teachers of' visitor, who are Honored Students at HeprefccntatUe riimphrey. of Flem-- ' tion, to by ing price of goods. carried a vote of 72 to 14. the Illble School ill meet with Miss C. U. were at home for the holidays. IriR. on the House floor, to the effect Eliza Smith on Thursday evening. that llarvej has approached a cham-- l Mrs. Cora Wilson Stewart, ChairMr. Price McCrath complimented his ber-malin the Capitol Hotel with cent on every Miss Minnie llrown is in Paris Ky, niece. Miss Mnttie Adams, and guests. man of the Kentucky Illiteracy Comoutstretched hands. A resolution pro- mission, upon Invitation, addressed a for ii visit to her sister. Mm. John Misses Crawford, Vaught and Durham worth sold on is viding for this Investigation and a!ol Joint Assembly session In behalf of Glenn. From there sie will go to by tickets to the Lancaster Opera of the charges made to bad accounts. Governor Stanlej was by Harvey that the bill a $20,000 annual Loumille for a stay of a few days. House. electoj by thai We propose to give liquor interests and that a distiller1 appropriation for the work in tho Mr. J. IE. Huirman and Miss Maud Mr. James W. Frizell who lived in state during tho next four jcars. had Murphy of Lancaster, and Mr. and Lancaster in 1M11 but who now lives in cent to our customers palgn contributed ?2,i,000 toIt his cam-- Mrs. Stewart, without compensation, passed the House. provides has spent much time In Mrs. Carl Curtis and .Miss Elizabeth Hasten. Pa., still term rubers the town the state In and you will so that a committee of three shall be opening "Moonlight schools" and reDoty were guests Sunday afternoon of and has ordered tins paper saying lie selected by each side and that the ducing is done in our the Mrs. James Sutton, of Mnrksbury. (would like to rend some news from seventh member shall bo selected by many parts,illiteracy which existed In especially the mountain tho six. So far too six have been un Lancastrian ahays a Our goods you find Miss fordie Hamilton, who has been ',hvt districts. able to agree on tho seventh man. enmiliu' II sine nf av..ral w..m! with Lancastrian It priced with above ob Tho representatles of Harvey have She has the endorsement of educators from all parts of the country and her mother. Mrs. Sarali Hamilton has Miss Sue Shelby Mason entertained r James I). ject in mind and we solicit suggested been commendable In, gone to the cities where she will pur at a pretty social affair on Monday Illack, which was not acceptablo to, her work has according to those every respect, who patronage on chase millmerv for her establishment. evening In compliment to Miss Margar j tho I'umphroy side. have been In position to see some of Harvey has denounced et Millward of Lexington. Miss Delia tho Puni-phre- tho Our new be The Chautauqua Circle met with Mrs activities. charge ns a "frame-up.visitor. Miss Mary and II. F. Hudson Tuesday afternoon. The Tinder's attractive opened business, Sat- in an effort to prevent his activities! Tho Central Kentucky Millers' AssoElmore also complimented the popular class has begun the study of a new for tho prohibition cause, lie has re- ciation, at their annual conference In Lexiugtouian by entertaining ill her urday, March We hook by Hamilton W. .Ubie;Tui"ilay's ceived hundreds of letters, scores of Lexington, honor. known their opposiyou to investigate our stock telegrams nnd resolutions from tion to tho madorecently Introduced In lesson was on "American Ideals and bill churches from ull parts of tho State tho Legislature, proposing tho control Characters in Life". and on above named have been forwarded expressing of the salo of manufacured feeding JOIINSOHIDDLETON. The following were over from Stanbasis. Yours In him. stuff be transferred from tho Kenford Inst Thursday for a meeting of The marriage of Mr Frank Middleton tucky Experiment Station to tho BATSON & WEST. The Senate refused to concur In tho Stato Department of Agriculture. Tho the John Malcolm Miller Chapter of the to Miss Mary Johnson was solemnized amendments tacked on by tho House Insurance codo bill, now before tho D. A. I... Mesdames J. C. McClarj. at the residence of the bride last Wedbill, nn'l Legislature, was given unqualified Into the Zimmerman anti-lobbShelton M. Snullej, T. K. Waton, nesday afternoon, Itev. C. T. lirutnett. the Chair appointed a C'onreren'-Misses Nancv Yeager, Jennie Warren, of this city olliciating in nn appropriate dorsement. composed Committee, of Senators Esther llurch, Sue Taylor Englernan, and well said ceremony. The bride is Zimmerman, Frost and HurTaker to An amicable settlement of what Levisa Harris and Sue limit. the ID year old daughter of Mr. John Miss Mason spent the week-enwitli confer with n like commltteo from tho threatened to become a serious facJohn.-o-u anil is wry attractive, while her homefolks in Itlchmond, House regarding these amendments. Elizabeth Johnston, the pretty little tional dispute over the Instructions to bo given Kentucky's delegates to the Miss Hrashear's little people sang daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kemp Wal- the joung groom is n son of Mr. Tom A hill permitting adjacent counties Republican Middleton an industrious and popular National Convention, apquite a ker, of lluckeje. the "Flag Song" on Monday morning. to maintain Joint high schools, intropears to havo been made. few of her little friends on the 11th it poling man. TV school was given a holiday Tues- duced by Senator Frost, passed the A conference of leaders was held, The Central Iiecortl wishes them The decorabeing her 7th birthday. day in honor of Washington's birthday. upper body by a unanimous vote. v.lth the rcsutt ot which eight Instead long andhappv life. tions were iipproptiato to the day and (i ' four delegates-at-largMiss Milward, of Lexington, u guest shall bo sent A Joint resolution was passed by both a beautifulValentiiielunclievn was servfrom Kentucky, each to havo half a of Miss finder, visited the school last CUTTING DOWN CHERRY TREES. branches of the General Assembly to vote nt Chicago. ed her little gue-t- s. week. adjourn front last Saturday ovor until Deforestation was a thing Endeavoring to win favor of tho The teachers will hold their regular Wednesday morning of this week. delegation Misses May Vaught of Lexington, That gave our sires no aeare. havo thorn Instructed faculty meeting on Friday ni;ht with Tuosday being tho anniversary of the for Charles and Fairbanks, of lu'dlana, of PikeWlle and They didn't to their forests cling Martha Crawford W. .Miss Patke. birth ot Giorgo Washington. Perryville and Katharine Durham of tho program of Edwin I. .Morrow For thev had trees to spare. Mnttie Adams ot Shnriuhurg, all of On Friday morning at the chapel seemed to bo extremely distasteful to A Joint resolution, originating In tho 'Twas well for George as like as not the Itlchmond Normal, funned a pleashour the school enjoyed listening to Senate, petitioning Congress to take Congressman Caleb Powers, John W. The issue was not clear. I.angley to J. Frank Taylor, ot nt til1 ant house party on the record, played on the grafouola. steps looking to tho prevention ot Glasgow, and led tho might have hampered him a hit who factional elehome of Mrs. It. A. McGrath, the It The new pupils beginning music this floods and flood damage In the Mlfsl-slp' In tho conference. ment Ami altered his career. It Is snld grand-mothe- r of Mia Adams. Valley was adopted In tho House week are Kobert Koss, Fay Acton and that neither side wished to send ail Minnie May itobinson. The class now on motion of Kepresentatlvo Mc.Mur unlnstructed delegation. ray, of Fultou County. numbers Ilo. most Miss Pauline Itoss of Mnysvillu will Mrs. W. M. Smith Is nt home after a arrive Friday for a visit to Miss Marie visit to relatives in Itichmoml. liallard. Dr. It. I.. Pontius, of Lexington was Mrs. A. D. Xfrk and children left n visitor hem for several days. Sunday, for a visit to relatives in Mr. It. K, llli;lii-- of Iiuitvlllu enme Chicago- Sundny for a few days visit to relatives. Miss Mary Arnold lias returned from d a pleasant visit to Mrs. John J. Ilngan Messrs Cultou nnd Spears of were recent visitorsln Lancaster. of Corbin. Mrs. (. M. Patterson has returned Miss Annie Hell tluruside is visiting relatives in llrunilideaml lllnnlriRhain, after n pleasant visit to relatives in Chattanooga Term. Ala. Miss Jennie Nowland of Stanford Mrs. I'rsnk II. Markshury ami Miss V.hw Morrow Were recent visitors in enme over Saturday for a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Oppie llrown. Danville. Mrs. Mattio 1. Frisbie returned Mr. W. A. Quinn. of Ilirrninnlinrn, Ala . has been visiting .Mr. J. (!. Tuesday from n stay of two months with Danville relatives. Ilurnside. Misi Eliza Isou of Ilrvantsville was N. II. Price was in Danville. Sunday and Monday the Kuejt of Dr. nnd Mrs. here Tuesday for the "Colonial Tea" given by the Wumaus Club. S. P. Ornnt. Mrs. Elizabeth Joseph has returned Miss Mamie Dicki.'rson of liichmnnd was the KUeit for several dajs of Mm from a visit to her daughter, Mrs. Charles Davis of Chattanooga. Minnie Uulley. Itlch-mnn- One of the largest real estate deals made In the county for several months was the shIc of thi Scott farm near Iluena Vista, conlninlrg 2SSHcres.lt. I. and W. II. H u r tori of this county, for $90 an acre. This is considered one of the most productive farms in the county nnd about one hundred acres being virgin soil, which will be sown to herrp by Possession of the. the new owners. farm will be givtm nt once. tor Frost FINE FRUIT. A Hoard of Accountants to examine and accredit accountants. Introduced1 by Senator Hooles, passed by a un-- ! ' anlmoiis vote. ... ... ... ... ... ... ... strictly ness, reason that better for lower prices, for the reason for take the discounts. that the our Statistics show that ten per dollars credit, sacrificed this per find 'that this prices. will are the thisbasis store will 4th. ... ... ... ?" your for ... ask prices truuly, ... SCHOOLllOTES. ... ... ... ... H It LI o s There is a Real Deference Crcnm of tnrtar, a from grapes, is used in Royal Bnklrg Powder because it is the best and most healthful ingredient known for the purpose. Plows T0BfC60 6fNVrtS 23 CENTS PER YARD. See US for Your Wants. Phosphate and alum, which are derived from mineral sources, are used in some baking powders, instead of cream of ' tartar, because they are cheaper. If you have been induced to use baking powders made from alum or phosphate, use Royal Baking Powder instead. You will be pleased with tho results and the difference in the quality of the food. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO. New York Senator Strlcklett and Itepresenta-tlraMeyers were selected by Gov After four hours of careful con- ernor Stanley to Introduce and handle sideration, the corrupt tho adinliisltratlou practices act fussed the Senate by a legislative redisricting senatorial and bills. vote, of 25 to I. Senator Moore casting the diskontliiK vote. Permitting cities to ImAlthough voting for tho bill, saying prove streets on a Grant, bo believed It to bo n step In tho right plan, the bill ot Representative Myers, Work and attendance in high school direction. Senator Frost denounced tho tonsldcred ono of tho most Important It was tho Inten- Mils of tho din fug past iinnth dhows solid improve. bill as a "hush-up.session, passed tho Seiiatu merit. Thoo on honor roll, having tion, ho said, te fool the people by tho li to 0, mule !H) and above in both class work passage ot tula measure, which would and attendance are; in 12th grade, John lloltzlaw and Emmet Iiroadus; in lOtli grade. MilJred Ileazlay, James Siler; ! KELLY TOBACCO SEED. SWEET CLOVER SEED. in 'Jth grude, Maiy Davis, Clayton Spoor-Vanco third-class " Tile lecture iven by th Itev. .Mr. Clere in the School auditorium on Fri- day night wm well attended notwithstanding thu severe weather. The 7th and 8th Kruiles entered Into a epslling match Friday ufternou, and spelled till close of kchool without any decisive results The contest was continued after nchool dismissed. Those deserving honorable mention, having made high marks In majority of clans work, ar; lL'th grade, Marietta King; Uth rde, Annie Powell: 10th How-ma- n grade, Mary Uth grude, In connection with places on tho state-a- t Tho bill of Senator Williams to prolargo delegation Include tect birds and game animals, paused Congressmen named. Mr.both ot tho .Morrow, the upper houso without a dissenting I tlchanl P. Ernst, Covington, Marshall vote "S to 0. Ilullltt and Augustus E. Wlllsun, Louisville; Judge E. C. O'ltear, Frankfort, An unsticcesiful effort to call up the and Phil llrown, a negro editor of betting on horse, races, kill to abolish was made by Itepresetitatlvo Oliver, of Scott County. ... ... ... Those prominently msntlonod Ilopklnsvllle. ... ... BECKER PHONE 27. & BALLARD BRYANTSVILLE, Kv. Only genuine Kelly Improved Hurley HONOIl UOLL. seed obtainable, direct from raiser, 7th Grade. William Einbry, Martha who has been champion hurley grower Ward Sweeney, Vivian lllake. of Kentucky for last twenty live years. Ellslin Supply limited. $1.00 per ounce. Send 8th Grade Mary llrown, Carrier, Hubert Fathergill, Nettle mail orders to. Farmer, SlilU Henry, Thelma llamil- II. L. Kelly & Sons. ton, Vivian I'rayther. It. 1. Lancaster, Ky. Morrow, Direct from grower. Large cultivated biennial white and yellow; hulled and unhulled. Also special scarified for full I and prompt germination. Prices and j circulars sent free. JOHN A. SHEEIIAN. Falmouth, Ky, It. L). No, 4, V Page 6 l ne oentrai Record Thursday Feb 24 I9id. 1732 WASHINGTON 1799 - COUNTRY'S DEBT TO WASHINGTON Probably Could the Only Man Who Have Won Liberty for tho People. Difficulties Which He Had to Encoun- ter Were Almost Insurmountable Lack of Proper Training Hampered Continentals In All Their Battles. WASHINC1TON, tho of tho American know better than anyone else the offcnslvo anil valuo of tho forces under him: and ho has left a vivid wrltton record ot tho relatlva value of untrained short-termen and of a disciplined long-terbody made of Individuals of tho samo class. Ho plnlnly expressed his opinion, fully confirmed by military men slnco bis time, of tho army needed by this country when, soon after tho disaster at Camden, ho wrnto to congress: "What wo need Is a good GEOROE armament, successfully resisted am: attacks of disciplined British veterans, with a loss to tho latter of 1,054 killed and wounded. But these samo troops, Where may the weaned eye repose The Cncinnatus of the West, not of superior Individual cour When cazinff on the Great; Whom envy dared not hate. age, but ot their combined valor nnd Where neither guilty glory glow. Bequeath the name of Washington, discipline, were rallied by their Nor despicable state ? To make men blush there was but one! officers, made a third charge, Yes one the hrst the last the best Lord Byron. and. although outnumbered, succeeJed In driving the Americans, at tho point of the bayonet, from their trenches, their supply of powder bolng exhaustought to reflect on the service ot life were aristocratic should be reWashington In the making of this na- garded as the father of American de- ed and their muskets not having baySUFFERED onets. tion and on the attitude of Washing- mocracy. The ton toward the future of this nation. And to the present-dapoint of view proua American force was Justly 01 us resistance and or the It Is all the mure strange when we reWashington a Seer. heavy punishment It had Inflicted, but FROM Since the Spanish war the Farewell call the reproach made against Washington that "the great Virginian held the result was. In spite ot Its good Address, once a classic and apparentfight, a defeat to Its arms perhaps ly Just about as much alive as most slaves." only through failure In the quarterBut Washington, to be Judged fairclassics, has fallen Into disfavor. Wo master's department. The British, Modem Writer Gives Us New Verdon't hear ot Its being "pointed tq ly, like everyone else, must be consid- however, carried the hill on account ered with reference to his time and sion of the Character of with pride" as often aa we did. of the better discipline of their line, surrounding conditions. Perhaps If we do go back to It we the better control of their officers, and Washington. Washington deserves little credit shall find that Washington, besides not yielding to the temptations to tor because their supply of ammunition asbeing a soldier and a statesman, was was not exhausted. And they theresert his aristocratic lineage by becomby prevented the success ot the coa seer. ing a tory. He was directly affected I H Universally Great 8oldler lonial military plan. And a seer la much more Interesting by the unfair attitude of the mother Acknowledged, Ha Wn Alio a Continental Weakness. than a little boy that chops down a country in imposing taxation without Deathless Champion This story In various ways was cherry tree or a man that has never representation. What be did was a of the Rlghta of Humany times repeated In the war of told a He. natural outcome of what he was. manity. A seer has a way of projecting himWhere he did merit the highest honor the revolution, always with the same self Into the future and finding a new was In his rising so magnificently to result. In spite ot the brilliant genORB than any ether American life there. his responsibilities and opportunities. eralship of Washington, Greene. statesman, more than any As a prophet Washington Is a vital A man selfish and arrogant might have Schuyler, Lee and others, the Ameriother American, Washington force today. But he Is a force that exacted more for himself, might have cans did not win a single victory over has suffered from tradition. has been consciously and deliberately striven to establish himself as a per- the British regular troops when the writes John D. Barry In the Washing- disregarded. manent power over the nation he had latter were not outnumbered. A brief examination of the powers ton Times. Washington, the hero of Valley helped to create. But there Is no eviIn fact, I can't think of any other Forge, was essentially a man of peace. dence that Washington ever felt such of the Continental Congress will show great man In the history of the world He saw that the happiness and secu a temptation. Aristocrat as he was what were the chief causes of this who has been damaged In Just the . rlty of this country lay. Just as the and slaveholder, he was all the more weakness In our armies that led so same way, through being made to ap- happiness of an Individual did. In a extraordinary In being able to turn near to tho collapse of our national pear so good. policy of noninterference. from the prejudices of his training to defense and caused the Intense anxiety and distress to Washington and tho The reason Is that he has been And as soon as this country ceased a realization ot the democratic Ideal. Perhaps we can reach a little clearthe children's hero. to follow this policy Washington foreer understanding of what Washington He Is a distinguished victim of the saw complications. deceit we practice on children in the On the surface It seems strange that was and of what he did by placing name of education. a man whose Inheritance and ways of him In our own time. It was as If, at the present time, a man of distinOnly the very good boys and girls guished position and of wealth, were care for the story of Washington and REFLECTION OF MONUMENT to become a leader In the labor movethe cherry tree. ment. For, from the point of view of The ethers, the majority, ore bored, England, tho colonials wero humble "or amused, or puzzled. folk, mainly tillers ot the field, workAnd then there Is the saying, dinned ers In small enterprises. To their Into the ears ot American childhood, cause Washington gave dignity, as ""Washington never told a He." well as marvelous personal courage. It alone alienates vast numbers ot , poorly With his tattered, children from Washington. In their trained troops he defeated the prolittle hearts It finds no answering fessional soldiers of England and the echo, no enthusiastic desire for emula' Hessian mercenaries. He had, of tlon. course, the superlative advantage of For truth telling, much as we love being sustained by the power of a subIt In children, and much as we labor lime moral Idea, all the more effective to graft It on those highly Imaginative because it was opposed by tho weakminds. Is often a virtue that develops ness that goes with and only with years, related to Intellicontemptuous superiority. gence and to mature character. Really Deserves More Credit. It derives Its beauty largely from I Washington has not been accorded association with other qualities more by the world the credit be deserves Commander In Chief, Aide do Camp sympathetic. for his sharo In establishing democ- and Line Officers, Do Real Damage to Truth. racy ns a working force In a nation. , often band of patriots about him In the army We are likely to forget that democ( seem rigid in character. Tbey do racy, while ho fought for It, was not and In congress. great damage to truth by making it JW alsssstfSs4sStlK Tho congress presented as abla and accepted by the world as practicable. neem, not Deautlful, as It should be, To a fow It was a beautiful theory, an devoted men as wero evor gathered In but hideous. Ideal. To the many It was Impractia single, body, but they wore not Even In minds ot maturity, to the cable, a denial of what tbey regarded trained In tho systematic methods of reputation ot Washington there still as the natural unfitness ot human be- great deliberative bodies; and above. clings a suggestion ot the comic. ings In large masses to govern themall represented one ot the very weakThackeray did not help the situation selves. From France, mainly through est forms ot governmental power a when he introduced the youthful mere confederacy or league ot several Rousseau, had como the great demoWashington Into "The Virginians" as cratic theory. But France had yet to states or colonies and without real a highly and priggish seek Its establishment In the blood ot governmental functions. colonial. Although It assumed both executive the French revolution. There Is a fine chance for a new Our next Washington Is not likely and legislative powers. It bad no auhistorian of Washington, one who will to be a He will not thority to raise revenue and could only bring out the real man. lead In a war between nations or beemit bills ot credit, their redemption S9BSSJfgrSrsSJSBJPBjSJBjBSJ.asSBay Owen Wlster made a start some tween foes Identified with any geo- being pledged by the twelvo "United jesrs ago, when he published a little graphical limits. Ho will give dignity Colonies." It Is not singular that tho book, emphasizing Washington's moro For a certain period of the day, when and coherence and organization to a states refused to surrender to this human qualities. But the book was the sun is shining, the reflection of cause now In need of a powerful chamloosely connected congress tho control too slight to be comprehensive. Mr the Washington memorial in the pion. He will strive, not against taxa- of the mllltla, with officers of stato may yet write the complete Wlster waters of the Potomac Is plainly tion without representation, but selection, gathered by sacrlfico, for tho history needed by the world of today, i visible. The picture shows the against production without fair com- protection ot Its own stato, not foro- For today, of all times, the world pensation. , two body of badly equipped men. Bunker Hill Analyzed. At tho battlo ot Hunker HIU. an nrmy of untrained American minute men and mllltla, under tho command, however, of veteran officers like Pres. con. Marx. I'utnam and Knowlton o tho higher rank, and among tho lower officers a sprinkling of men rxperl enced In tho French and English wars, from behind lntrcnchmcnts hastily erected, but of valuo against army, not a largo one." Probably no war was ever carried on where the ono aide was represented In tho field by so great a proportion of unorganized troops, not under a central national control, nnd no great commander, before or since, has ever succeeded with so rapidly shifting a seeing, as wai proved eventually, that victory for tho colonies could be won only by the long-terorganized and disciplined continentals, composing "a small but good army," 8quabble Over Officers. Congress In the winter of 1775, recognizing tho nocesslty of raising troops to take, tho place of those whoso terms expired, resolved to provldo twenty-siregiments, with power to Washington to select tho officers, which resulted In many porploxltlcs for him and his general officers, for, as Washington wroto, "Connecticut wanted no Massachusetts man In bcr corps. Massachusetts could soo no necessity for having a Ithodo Island man In hers nnd Now Ilampshlro says It Is very hard that her experienced officers should bo discarded because her own regiments cannot provldo for them." November 11 ho wrote: "Many of tho officers oxpected promotion, others stood aloof to see what advantago they could mako for themselves. Tho difficulty with the soldiers was groater, It possible, than with tho officers. They refused to enlist unless they know tholr colonol, lieutenant colonel, major and captain." Put Washington In Dilemma. , t'p to November 19 only 966 men hsM enlisted. By November 28 they had reached 2.G00, and they nil wanted furlough. Washington wroto: "Our situation Is truly alarming, and of this Kcncral Itowo Is well apprised. It bolng tho common topic of conversation when tho pooplo left Boston last Friday." In n prlvato letter of tho same t'mo ho wrote : "Such a dearth of public spirit, such stock Jobbing nnd fertility In all tho low arts to obtain ml vantages In this great change, of military arrangement, I pray God's mercy 1 may novor sea again. What will bo tho end of these maneuvers Is beyond ray scan. I trcmblo at the prospect. We have been until this time enlist- x HYA1TSVILLE. IDEAL LOVE MATCH Forty Years of Happiness Followed Union of Washington and Martha Custis. years. Martha Custis met Colonel Washington about a year aftor tho death of her husband, Daniel Parko Custis, wealthy planter. She was then near-Inyear, and Washher twenty-sixtIneton was about three months her senior. Sho was tho daughter of Col John Dandrldgs and had been well trained In the accomplishments of young women of ber social station. Tho engagement lasted for nearly year, Washington being absent for j long time on a military campaign Mount Vernon, o NE hundred and fourteen years ago May 2!, U02 Martha Washington, wife of OeorEO Washington, died at at tbo ago of seventy visitor here. Mrs, Charley Hank In of Doyle, was the guest of hot parents, Mr. nml Mrs. Hen llatnm last week. Miss VIoln Trlhhlc who Is nttentling Kfcliinnnil Nnrrnit, is spending: n few ilna with the Immefulks. in sack nml Imrrels, It guaranteed In please you, lliiiNnn, llugliei nnd Knrnnti, Mrs, Hen llntnm, who lia-been ill fur the past two weeks, Is reported better. We hope she will soon be out. Itev. II, l Morgan of I.nurel Creek, Kv, spent last week with frlenils and filled his npKlntniei.t relatives here. nt Ilethel Sunday. 11 Mr. Illatt Is expected homo shortly, Mrt. Ilayilen Lenvcll was n recent CARDS.l D. Or. Win. Pryor, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. Ollice at lEniney a I.I wry Stable. Liiiniiicr. Kentucky I! 9- -1 JI.. Mlldt It. .Ifiirrinr, (iruiluiitf Oif friii H.tj.r.cliiin (HUr.titmf Honaker Fine Cut Flowers. John M. McRoberts. m. i j. Patrick, DentlHt. Kentucky Martha Washington. HAS TRADITION 8r -- Continental Artillery, Ing about thirty five hundred men. . . After the last of this month our lines will be so weakened that tho mlnutemen and mllltla must be called In for our defense, and these, being under no kind ot government, will destroy the little subordination I have been laboring to establish and run me Into one evil while I am endeavoring to avoid another. But the less must be chosen." Aftor five years ot experience In command ot the armies. Washington thus expressed himself In a letter to the president ot the congress, dated August 20, 1710: "Had we formed a permanent army In the beginning, which, by the continuance ot the same men In service, bad been capable ot discipline, we never should have had to retreat with a handful of men across the Delaware In 1776, trembling tor the fate of America, which nothing but the Infatuation of tho enemy could have saved; wo should not have remained all tho succeeding winter at their mercy, with sometimes scarcely a sufficient body of men to mount the ordinary guard. Wo should not have been at Valley Forge, dcstltuto of everything. In a situation neither to resist nor to retire. Wo should not have seen tho country ravaged, our towns burned, tho Inhabitants plundered, abused, murdered, with Impunity. 1777-178- I Washington himself was a man ot largo property, and the wedding was one ot tho most brilliant that had ever Jl. Casey, I). V. Jl, ben seen In a church In Virginia. Bride and bridegroom were attired In Veterinary all the magnificence which the fash- Ions ot that period made possible. When she was married to Washing- Grndualr t'incifiuutl Veterinary ton, Mrs. Custis had two children surCollege. viving of the four of which she had m been the mother. To these two chll Ollice at W. H. Ilurtcn'a Sal Stab!. dren, Washington, who had none of Night I'hone I'll. his own, wss a devoted father. Later In life these children died and Wash. ington adopted two st Urs. Washing ton s grandchildren. Mrs, Washington' faith In the wisdom and firmness ot her husband's FUNERAL DIRECTOR catriotle course preceding and during the Revolution never failed. Office Over National Hank. She had discovered the greatness of Itesidcncr I'hone 3. Office i'hone 27 her husband long before the people that were so signally to honor him l.ANCASTKK, KY. bad found It out In all Its splendid pro portions. During the war Washington vlatlrd For All Kinds of Mount Vernon only twice, but Mrs. Washington was with him In New York and Philadelphia and Joined him ROUGH In camp whenever It was possible. In the years following their marriage and previous to the Revolution see the Washlngtons lived In Virginia after the style of tho English arlstoc racy, but throughout the war Mrs. G. C. COX, Washington was wont to "set an ex- Pitint Lick. Surgeon. J. A. Beazlev LUMBER, Manse.Ky hone (idle.. Hours j to 12 a. m. Uo.,.7loS, p m M. K. Denny and W. A. Wheeler Doclors Of Denial Surgery. Mice Army Expensee Doubted. - Slunnrt uu HtllldlliKUfpt -- half-fed- s 1779-178- truth-teller- s fi soldier-statesma- "Tho derangement of our finances Is essentially to be ascribed to It. Tho expensos of tho war and the emissions ot paper money bavo been greatly multiplied by It We have a great part of tho time had two sets of men to feed and to pay the discharged men ' going homo and the lovles coming In. "Our discipline, has boen much hurt. If not ruined, by such constant changes. There Is every reason to bollove that tho war has been pro-traded on this account. A llttlo later Washington wroto regarding that defeat ot General Gates at Camden: "Regular troops alono aro equal to tho exigencies of modern war faro, as well for defenso as offense, and wherover a substitute Is attempted It must provo Illusory and ruinous. "In my Ideas ot tho truo system of war, the object ought to bo to have a good army rather than a largo one." During the entire war tho lack ot monoy entailed greatest suffering upon tho army, but tbo men of tho continental army, with the exception of one or two regiments, wero truo to the end through hunger, cold, sickness, poverty at homo, nakedness and defeat for this fidelity there were three training reasons patriotism, and George Washington. 1 ANCASTKIt. Hurt A Abri.r utliHlirr illur., . KKNTUCKY. First Presidential Mansion, New York ample of economy to tbo women of tho revolution" in her nttlro and mode of living. er muepenuence nan been won. sho boro herself with i,nr.,,nl dignity us boflttod her Btatloii as the wlfo of tho first cltlien, vkasiiington was approaching bis sixty eighth year when ho died, Mrs. Washington accepted tho separation culmly, only observing that sho would soon Join blm. Sbo survlvod him two years and a half. That sho could havo at all times a vlow of his gravo on tho lawn, she moved to on attic room that d tbo spot, which sho occupied until her own death. For tho easier coming and going ot a favorite cat a holo was cut near tho bottom of tho door of this apartment. Before sho died Mrs. Washington destroyed her entire correspondence with General Washington, "for sbo would not permit that the confidence they bad shared together should bo rruitand Shade Trees Strawberry Plants, Shrubs. Grape Vines, Rhubarb. Asparagus, Roses, Phlox. Peonies Kvt'rythiiui fur Orclinrtl. Lawn mid (iiinlfii. U'rile for free Cutnlogue. No Ailir. HaP.Hillenmeycr & Sons. Lexington, 1SI1. Kentucky. 1916 mado public." The marriage of Oeorgo Washington and Martha Custis was an example of 8ounht Brotherhood of Man. My first wish Is to see tho whole tho Ideal lovo match, and was followed world at peace, and the Inhabitants by forty years of genuine happlnoas. ot it aa one band or brothers, striving which should most contribute to the Stick to Your Friends. happiness of mankind. Qeorge WashIf you havo a friend, stick to him ington. and always try to do him good nnt- The Rest nerommendation. Jafferson School TWO Y UbL, Ca u'jfi. u. ar. rtlllb taur till Cul 1. 3. Hi feaitrrin.J.a.S. Ifl.rr fur b.r. m C'CXI'Lt LLJI. Law. The Central 'Be cord $1.00 Per Year In Advance. Sonutiibg Gocd. artuhjMi;.r"i ii I l'4. nitil I.. I jm . 1.. i ht I r- r. - - ' .1.1 'w , ciLioir i'i !.. W( M Lancaster, Kentucky. Thoe who hate nasty medicine should try Chamberlain's Tablets for constipation. They are pleasant to take and their effect is so agreeable and so nstural thut you will not realize that it has been produced by u medicine. Obtainable everywhere. The stniiu'Ht rcninienilntion any article may receive it h fuvnruble word from the user. It I th. recommendations of those, who have used It that makes ChamberlHln's Cough Itemedy so popular. Mrs. AmHmla Gierheart, Waynesfleld. Ohio, writes, "Chamberlain's Cough lleinedy has been used In my family off and on for twenty years and it hss never failed to cure a cough or cold." Obtainable everywhere, lm. RECIPE rOR CRAY HAIR. To halt pint of watsr add 1 ol. Bay num. a small box of llarto Compound, and U os. of glycerins. Apply to tha hair twice a weak until It bacomea th daarired shads. Any druggist can put this up or you can mix It at home at very llttl cost. Full directions for making- - and us corns In each box of llarbo Compound. It will gradually dwksn str.tkod. faded gray hair, and rcmovsa dandruff. It la excel-lefar falllns hair and will make harsh hair soft and (lossy. It will not th scalp, la not sticky or trsaay, and color aot oa ras- off. cash. The undersigned hereby give warn ing to all persons not to tresnusa upon our lands lor any purpose whatever as we will prosecute ull oirenders to ful ljst extent of lh law. Hunters and. lalivrnien especially tuke notice. K1 & N II l'rice It. 1.. Klkln W. It. Cook. Mrs. Itebccca J. West. II. C Arnold. James 0. Conn. C. Morgan, J. P. Illaml. Iing Ilrot J. II. and W. S. Weaver Booth Sutton. W. T. West. W. I, l.awson und son. Howard King, Miss Carrie Iloulden, J. H. Itlgsby. C. ItlgBby, John Ilichardson, C. Miles, J. II. Woods. II. Thompson, Jno. M. Fsrra. David Steven. L. Kelly. 8. C. Hlgsby, rank Thompson. D. M. Anderson. J. H. Thompson. Davis Sutton Am and Ed liourne. We will add other names for 25 cents POSTED The Central Record, Thursday Feb 2 19 Id. 1 Page 7 1 1ST O "CJ TO LANCA C. A. Also POEMS THAT LIVE THE HOUR OF DEATH (r I.KAVKH IIKMAN.-5.) EPS ACCO W'R 'H3E Stanford Street. 8c Speith Branch i Company, Managers. No commission charged. We pay Highest MarKet Price and unload same day. Phone 308. House NO at PAINT A FEW O KUr9 LICK, GUNN'S KY. CHAPEL. have their time In full. Ami (lowers t wither Ht the rorlli wind's breath, Ami stars In set -- hut nil, TIiiiii liimt all reasons for thine own. oh Death! Day Is fur mortal care, Eve for glad imeting round tin- - Joyous hearth. Night for the dreams of sleep, tin1 voice nf prayer Hut all for Thee.thoii mightiest of the arlli. ( The lmn(ui't hiitli Its hour. Its feverish hour of mirth, ami song, am wine; There come n ilny for grief's overwhelming power. A time fer softer tears but nil tire thine. Youth nmi the opening rmr May look like tiling too glorious for decay. And smile nt Hire -- lull thou art not of thoe That wait the ripened bloom to seize their prey. Leave hnve their time to fall, Ami flower to wither nt the north wind' (.Tenth, And star to net - hut nil. Thou hast ull seasons foi thine oun, oh Death 1 We know when moon hr.ll wane. When summer-birfrom far ahull cross the fea. When autumn'" hue shall tinge the golden grain Hut who shall teach us when to look for thee? lit it when Spring's first gale Comes forth to whisper where the violet lie? In it when rose in our path grow pale? Thev have one season all nre our to die! Thou art where billows foam. Tin m art where imnic melt upon the air; Thou art around u. in our peaceful home. And the world rail u forth nml thou art there. Thou nrt where friend meets friend, llenentll the shadow of the elm to rest Thou art where foe meets foe, and trumpets rend The skies, and swords heat down the princely crest. Leaves have their time to fall. And flower to wither al the mirth wind's lireath. And stars to set hut all. Thou hast all seasons for thine own, oh Death! m 1 Wo have tho exclusive selling rlftbta for this great laxative. Trial size, 10 cents. R. E. McROBERTS & SON. THE REXALL STORE school taxes for the year 1915. The purchaser is entitled to deed ir Mr. Talton May was in Lancaster on two years and interest at the rate of tDela.id Letter I In Lancaster as Elsewhere Youth and business Friday. 30 per cent per annum and 15 per rent JA Mrs. I'merv McWhorter is ... n,J . ' Calico was in Hichmord damages if redeemed in that time. sick list. Age Suffer Alike From Kidney ' Friday on business. These are the uncollected Taxes, and Mr. William Todd is very ill at nis OF Try our self rising Hour. Saves time must be paid by Feb. 28th, or the propWeakness. home near here. & '""aulerty will be sold. BOURDON POULTRY CURE I oml ,hbor' HuiJ"OM Miss Ethel Estridgu is the guest Mi" Willie Miles IUy was the guest I Is vour child weak, frail and pale? a ihdriDkinffw.itr relatives In Kerea. Makes HenS Laj Amazingly j of Mi3s ThelmaSimpson Saturday night. No con'rul o.-e- r the kidneys' action? LANCASTER, NO. 1. WHITE Mrs, Fred Hall h is returned from Farmers are preparing their tobacco Kidney weakness is a serious thing Lures Roup. Colds, coolers, ; visit in l,ouisville. Ltmberneck I'rcvrntt Sick beds, getting ready for work in earnest. Acton, Smith, 12 A. .. $ 7 87 Kar too serious to overlook. ness One 50c bottle makes 12 Mr. Auther Kldridge has returned rations ot medicine. At 6 30 Miss Pauline Itoss of Mays Lick will Grimes. Jim, 2 A It may mean a life of sickliness. Valuhis studies at Center College. able p aultry book free. 2 4G I'rolit liy Lancaster experiences. assist Miss Marie Italian! nf Lancaster Naylor, Nannie hrs 1 A OUREON BEHEDTCO. leiHtfgB.I;. during the spring term of school here. Pollard, Geo, hrs, 1 T L 14 3C Mrs. Hice Wools was at home to the Use Doan's Kirney Pills. Rogers, N. 1 T L . 15 or, Sold by J. R. Mount, Son & Co. Hook Club Tuesday afternoon. Endorsed liy Lancaster parents. A number of our young folks were Itcad this Lancaster mother's enpleasantly entertained at the home of Mr. Grant Metcalf, of Richmond LANCASTER, NO. 1. COLORED. Mr. nod Mrs. Ed Dailey, Monday even- dorsement: spent Sunday with the home folks. MANSE. C 96 Alcorn. Minerva 2 T L ing February 14. Mrs. H. (5. Crutchlield, Stanford St.. Hev. and Mrs. C. S. Kills were hosts 1 3 65 The sick people are improving fast. Lancaster, says: '.Mv hoy was greatly at a sumpteous six o'clock dinner on Mr. J. F. Wntts who is to move to ArnolJ, Lucy, T L Beazley, John 42 A 13 CO He Suturday. troubled hy his hack and kidneys. A number of young people visited the move to Woodford county sold his lleazley, Andy 1 T L 6 30 did not have proper control over the home of Miss Allie Creech Sunday eve. stock, etc.. at a public auction here last Miss Christine Mrtcalf entertained u 2 3akidney secretions, which caused no end Tho sale was well attend- Itruce, Amandy (N. R.) 3 A ... Many were disappointed Sunday as Wednesday. number of young people on Sunday at 3 C5 Burnsides. Martha, hrs 1 T L . ed. Mr. lirookshire was auctioneer of annoyance. The child also looked there was no preaching at Leave! Gren an elegant dining. Denny. Mary Jane 1 T L 2 XI hndly and 1 was constantly u on led Mr. and Mrs. John Land, Mr. George Mr. Everett L. Sebastian of Nina, Dunn, Al. 1 T L 7 C3 Mr. .1. L. Coldiron is able to he out Calico and Miss Lenna llollon motored about his health. 1 hegan giving Doan's was a visitor at Miss Allie Creech's 1TL . 12 62. to Lancaster Sunday where thev were Faulkner, Bros, Kilney I'ills to him with such good re- again after a long seige with in- home Sunday eve. 1 C 30 delightfully entertained by Mr. and Faulkner, Lewis, T L sults that he is now a great deal be- flammatory rheumatism. Miss Sallie lleazley was the attractive 23 Mrs. M. K. Denny, and little daughMrs. John Ilallard and Miss Marie Bal- Hiatt, Annie, IT L tter." guest of Miss Sallie Anderson from lard 4 9S Jennings, Geo. B., 1 A l'rice 50c. at all dealers. Don't sim- ter, of Lancaster, were guests of Mrs. Saturday until Monday. 6 C3. It. J. Walker on Tuesday. Misses Sue Ilessie Sutton and Macy Kavanaugh, Walker, IT L ply ask for nkidney remedy-g- et Doan's Miss Mae Anderson of Lexington, is 15 31 Mary, 1 T L Kidney I'ills the same Mrs. Martha F.ly Ims the sympathy the guest of her brother and wife, Mr. Walton, Messrs. Grant and Andrew Letcher. that Mrs. CA 12 00 Huffman of Marksbury were here Tues Lewis, Steve, Crutchlield recommend. Foster-Mil-bur- n of the community hi the death of her and Mrs. Ileniy Anderson. 1 0 63 day night the guests of Mr. and Mr3. Mayfield, Jerry, T L Co , Props, Buffalo. N. Y. sister. Mrs. Salem Itoss at Kirksvills Cremo Dairy Feed will mak vour Andy, 1TL 663 Sundry night. Ed. Dailey. They went to Lancaster Mayfield. cows give more milk. For sale only by 1TL 6 30 Wednesday where Miss Sutton and Mr. Robinson, Geo., In spite of the inclement weather, six Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. 1 L 2 33 Grant Huffman were united in marriage Robinson. Eliza, 1 T Couples ventured forth on Saturday Many of the friends regret the loss C 30 I'REACHHRSVILLE by I!ev. F. M. Tinder. Mr. and Mrs. Williams, Jas., T L evening when Mr. and Mrs. Rice of our operator at Paint Lick, as she 10 41 Iluirman and Miss Wnltjn returned to Yantis, Lewis, IT L Woods entertained the ladiep of tile was compelled to return home. Mr. Owen Duvall has been real sick liook club and their husbands. Mr. Dailey's where they were again SevBryantsville No. 2. Whit. Hev. II. L. Morgan of Clay county-wa- s entertained Wednesday night. of heart trouble. eral hours were spent most and the guest of his sister-in-laDrown, Joseph & Wife, 5 A.... $5 21 News was received here last week of Horn, to the wife of Richard Wil- at the cards and a delicious family, Mrs. W. P. Anderson, last 88 51 the death of Mrs. Mary Gahhart of Callebs. G W 93 A limns, a Tine boy. salad course was served after which week. 4 97 Mrs. Judy, John, 1A near Iiohon, Mercer county. guest departed agreeing that they .Mr. Frank Kigsby has returned to the Quite n crowd of young people were 6 50 Gahhart before het marriage was Miss Merriman, D. T., 1 A hail never spent u more delightful his ranch in Arizona. entertained at the home of Miss Sallie 29 04 Mary Wheeler. Her first marriage Owens, Ed., 15 A Anderson. Saturday night and a pleas .Master Mack Adams has had an at- 6 30 was to Mr. Paris Davis of this county. Shearer. J. T 1 A tack of rheumatism for a week. 4 63 Prescription ant time was spent three sons and four daughters Mesn-- Shearer. Jeff, 1 A Mr. li. J, McAlister sold ahorse mule for 5 31 this union. After Mr. Davis's death; Southerland. A. J.. 10 A For a Bilious Attack. cull to Mr. J. M. Cress for fi'sl. she was again married to Mr. Michael Bryantsville No. 2. Colored When you have a severe headache, Gahhart. One ron was horn to them. Mr. J. T. Rigshy sold a pair of three for IS lean the utamhril remeilr fur all Mn ' $7 36 year old mules for $:ilu to Mr. .1. M. illseAs. A liquid us-- exit rruilli. iiirunt accompanied by a cated tongue, loath- Four sons and two daughters survive. Burnsides, Jas, 1 A rWirfrom itcJi. tfv.fevamlft.uu. Your money ing of food, constipation, torpid liver, 1A 4 65 l k If the ilrtt tsmie ilot-- not brine lou Cress. Mr". (Inbheart was pas. 70 years of Caldwell. H rtUr. Ak sImi about 1. U. I). Soap. vomiting of partly digested food and age. To U 73-the bereaved ones we extend Cockrell, Will & Frank 4 A The infant son of "Ilig"llenry Luns- 1A bile, you may know that you have then 65 our sympathy and point to that bright Davis, Rich, I. K. Mcltoberts. Lancaster, Ky. u has been quite sick of whooping Whilo you and happy home in which M'Vcre bilious attHck. 3 65 the pilgrims Dunn, Comodore, hrs., 3 A Iford mav be quite sick there is much con- who travel 1 68 "the straight and narrow Garnett, Will, hrs., 1 A SPAINEY. Leslie Melvin, of Parker City, solation in knowing that relief may he 10 01 path" called Right are given their re- - Shelby, Henry, 3 A Ind. is visiting his mother, Mrs. P. E. had by taking three of ChnmUHilnin's Smith, Ben, 1 A 8 42. Mr. J. II. I'm ne is oi the sick list. ward of peace und rest and love. Purrikh. Tablets. They are prompt and efMiss Azile DIhui visit Miss Ina Scott BUCKEYE, NO. 3. WHITE. Rev. J. M. Itobiuson, pastor of the fectual. Obtainable everywhere, lm CARTHAGE WOMAN one night last week. ' M. E. church, is at Carterville engaged cii;.. a Mrs. Honth Dyehouse visited nt Mrs. in a meeting. J. T. Dudderar'a Thursday. Mi. J. . lliowu will have n sale of 5 77 Shearer, Callie P. 8 A Little Curtis Itohins has been ijuite his ctfects here Saturday, Feb. 20, pre Mrs. Laura Duko of Carthago. Tenn., Having decided to ipiit farming and was a victim of stomach disorders for ill, but is better nt this writing. BUCKEYE NO. 3. COLORED. paratory to imwing West. reveral years. Sho lost appetite and There will be prayer meeting at Mr. go into other business, I will on Mr. and Mrs. O. I!. Carpenter, of $ 3 65 her weight fell off. She could not rest R y . Alice, hrs, 4 A Lancaster, visited her parents, Mr. and J. II. Lawson's Thursdav night. Saturday, February 26th., 1916 8 50 Renfro, Wilson 3 A at night. Mr. Virgil (iastiueau bought some at 10 o'clock n. m., offer Mrs. S. D. Carpenter, Sunday. Sho took Mayr's Wonderful nemcdy for sale at PAINT LICK NO. 4. WHITE. Jubt n few duses and found herself Lincoln Plize Seed Corn yields enor- hogs from Miss Myrtle Corinney. public outcry, on the premises, farm Mrs. John .Miller was culled t.t Manse containing 0 ucres. to the highest bid- restored. mously in corn and silage. For sale Alma, A. C. (M. I'.) 227 A. 11 HO In fatt, Mrs. was on account of her father's illness. only by Hudson, llughe& Farnau. der. This farm is located eight and bo rapid she wasDuke's recovery could Brock. Carlo 50 A 5 8.1 ufrald that It miles North Kast of Lancas- ho ouly temporary. So slio watted Brock, Emmett 20 A Your choice of three grades of coal. one-ha- l' 3 71 Mr. II. F. Newland and daughter. Hudson. Hughes & Farnau. ter. Ky.. on the Buckeye and Poor frum September, whim sho took tho Brock. Ira 15 A. 4 r,r Miss Nell Newland, ot Cedar Creek, remedy, until tho I! 30 were guests of Mrs. W. C. Cummins. Mr. Levi F.laui h.i ju-- t completed I!ilt-'- Turnpike, near Coy. Ky.. in good to pass Judgment. following February Brock, John 100 A Then sho wrote: 11 CD Creech, Win, n r. III A Mr. W. P. White Is at homo from an auto garage for .Mr. J C Morgan, j "'iKhborhi.nd. near school and midway "I write you In regard to your wontwo churches. Has a 3 U5 Mr. W. II. Lee was n guest of MUs Paris where he has been to visit his derful stomach remedy that I took Fields, J. S. 2 A Cormi.ey last Tuesday afternoon. venlent frame 5 room dwelling with hut September. 1 feel better than I llalcomb.John 40 A.1014 $7.18,'15 7 50 daughUr, Mrs. Jesse Traylur, whu has 4 31 Holmes, Sam 10 A veranda in front and two porches, good liavo lu llvo years. ' been ipiite ill. Mr. Elm Cox sold ins tobacco In Lex- Bal 1)3 5G cistern, meat house, new hen house, "My weight waa 127!5 pounds; now Ledford, Speed 1 A Mr. James .Miller, of the liorton ingtuu at an avitage semething over milk house, good stock ban and a It Is 147 lj, und I can eat anything 1 Letcher. Dr. n r, 16i A 3 25 j.j". place, had the misfortune to mash u 2 5C number one twelve acre tobacco barn want. I Bleep well at night. I would Lamb, Sam 25 A Miss Sallie Elam is visiting her have written before, hut I wanted to linger nearlv olf while help'ng to unload 5 81 Mc2ueary. J. T. 35 A . tiered with sawed stulf throughout. seo how I got aloug." Mrs, Albert Otvens at a barrel of kerosene. good stripping room 1 1"(!. Well fenc- -' Lucy 15 A 2 33 Maj r's Wonderful Remedy elves ner- - Parker. Mrs. Hev, 10. II, Thornton has treated his 1 ed. live never failiuir snrintrs. two 5 CO iiianeui results lor stomach, llru, .....I Richardson, Win, A . residence to a uico new metal loof und pools and is now in a high statu of intestinal ailments. Eat us much and Robinson & Robinon 50 3 05 . . ! . . .1 tintr.. DRINK LEMONADE some new chimneys, which were it much 4 3& u more UlSiress Itoss & Moore. -- ID A... cuiiivautni, Mi. If nunt runs uui i uuir. uanu'i juu Itt... tut' needed improvement. Poor Ridge Pike with gcod road fiom aiUT paling, presjuro of gas In tho Todd & sou, 11 r, LM A 2 33 fctomacu and around tho heart. Gotouo Williams, Ed, n r, 1 A . FOR RHEUMATISM. dwelling. 2 33 Messrs Puui Finch anj J. It. Kigsby hnttln nt vniii s1rild it , . . 'I nil iii itnu . tlin ii iiuyt I II ii furtna on were attendant on the sale of J, 0. an aosotuio guaranteo--i- r . not satis- Relief from iheuniatism and sciatica No. 4. Colored. Pros- - factory monoy will bo returned. to be found 111 lower Garraid. Duncan, Lebanon, where they purchased can be obtained liv drinking lemonade $2 8 Arno'd, Geo., hrs., 32 A.. . peclivo buyers will be shown over the $900 worth of fine blooded hogs. For sale by R. E McRoberts und all lleazley, Geo.. 4 A and uvoiding alcoholic drinks. 7 CO farm any day between now and the! other reliable ilruggists. Mr. Claude Thompson of Louisville, To get lid of tins stubborn disiaie, GS Buford. Fred. 4 A and Misses Clara Collier and Myrtle however; to stup the twinges, psin and sale. Burnsides, Clay, 1 A 1 11 At the same time and place will sell Murray, of Crab Orchard wero guests swelling, and drive the poisonous accu Faulkner, Abe. 31 A ft 71 of Mr. and Mrs. J, M. Cress, Sunday, mulations from the joints und inusclts, une hay mare, II years old, gooil I 98 Faulkner, Win.. 1 A wi. river any where and in foal to horse; ull generously. inclined diuggist will Faulkner, Jane, hrs., 2 A 3 65 old sorrel saddle j i. lid good six-yetell you to take half a teniooiiful of Kellev, Isaiah. 2ti A 11 34 Severe Cold Quickly Cured. male and good worker; one three-yea- r Rlieumu daily until all nii.-er- v ceuscs. Kennedy, Sim, 1) A l W old bay horse, broke to ride; 1 Jersey' Kin umn is u powerful remedy, "On December first I hud a very Kennedy.Boh.18A 1911 $!U0.'15 C 71 tin lie cow; 1 yearling heifer; 1 sow and severe cold or attack of the grip us it cause only a powerful rcinady imiiou 1A Lackey, Lige, , 7 63 wugon; 1 rubber iihoats; 1 such u teriihle diseuxv: may he, and was nearly down tick in hut tile buggy, gootfus new; 1 buckboard; Leavell, Jcnas, 1 A 4 9S O, J. Metcalf, Wealherby Itheuma acts cpeulily the first doso bed." writes Merrett,Hnry,8 A PJ14J9.57,,15 11 34 Iteinls tobacco setter, good as new, has Mo, "1 bought two bottles of. Cham- tuken and you'll know that vou "ill rover set more than ten acres of to- Mitchell, Herbert, 1 A 6 40 berlain's Cough Itemedy and it was soon he your healthy, happy telt again. bseco; plows; harrows; wagon and bug- Montgomery, John & Mary, 1 A ..- -.I I L ftf !..!.. ..II .1 On Monday, February 28 tin 1U1C, at ...I...'lm. liiirn.ica ull, I .illie f lilmrs Inn num. only u few days until 1 was completely , " "" 1911. $1.35. 1915 0 OS I firmly believe know what Rheuma will do. for thy restored to health. , , mMltlon Terms made known one o'clock In front of the Court House Slavin, Amanda, 2 A 2 31 .,,, ,, door in Lancaster, Ky,, I will olfer to Yakey, Eliza, OA that Chamberlain's Cought Remedy is sell a great deal of it und K"raiiteo ' 5 38 the highest bidder for cash, so much of one of the very best medicines und will that two 50 cent bottles will overcome. I iJ I HM IV ,m.ii, i..iiiii.uih, ij aui.i the following described property, as B. F. Robinson, I know what to do when I have another rheumatic agony or money hack. will pay the State, County and district Jeptha Oostott. (JAIUtAUU COUNTY. cold." Obtainable everywhere. 2t. I CHILDREN EXCEPTION PAINT LICK iih ill 3 ... f D.D.D. Eczenta PUBLIC SALE. tells happy story ikiOTa. 11 SO ....... Sheriffs Sale Taxes For ' !, , i,,u.i.. .,, PlaInll 11 Page 8 i F The Central Record, Thursday Feb 24 19 Id. rowers s 44 BIG GOLDEN All jto I all Will be an Event of the Greatest Importance Sale 1 a run a FiipmchAPc fit lanft.actAP and faapppri finnntii SALE STARTS WEDNESDAY, MARCH FIRST. i Watch next Thursdays Record for full announcement of wonderful values we are going to offer. iki if ( 1 cotton and wrol melted uwny like snow her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Grimes, though the decerned had bee ADEQUWASHINGTON FOR in June and then reappeared in pun .Miss Mary Dee Kennedy is at heme health for several years, rn derous bolts of jean limsev. from Hustonaille the guest of her ws 7i years of age. Tin accident was Bab Taylor's Tribute to Southland Most ATE DEFENSE IN THIS And then I have seen them in the parents. Mr. Ha I Mrs. E. 1). Kennedy, unavoidable and was greatly ngretted Hnving decided to move West, I will .. sewing room and heard the snip of ,. sell nt public auction, at my home In IIllLh,., rt,,rll,oine by Mr. Elmer Anderson, who was drivEloquent ol Tongue or Ten. ing the car. Mr. Oaks was almost shears, and the grating of thimbles. fron, Kvan3vi,It, McCrenn . fi miles north of Lnncn.lcr COUNTY. she has . whcro and the sighing of the thread till the mil to epace tlot till- - h'Udlll t 10' " '"luon Buckeye pike, on hin with hr i!nMrli(nr Mrs. K. T. blind aand deaf Mr. as the car Went out "America has (or Perhaps the most eloquent tribute ... .pass wagon Oaks stepped lie me of our tanner iilnerltors. nl Is 111c mat KuriiiiMiis wvrv iimsneu I unuI iL CJartor. twice been invaded; SATURDAY. MARCH Ith. UUC. iht ule ol .lock. gim "! tneb thins oa ever paid the Old South by mortal blacK bodies were made proof against from behind the wagon in front of car. first during th" Resolution for winch beginning at one o'clock, the foliouing cannot artont to ailver-H- tongue or pen wrs that of Bob Taylor, MisJ Mllr(.Ut,rlt of McCormick. litm as lhe lrmT the chilly blasts of winter. Jesse Dunn, the 12 year old son of at the outset we were atterlv unpre personal proierty: accepted otr lour So notice "111 I8 le UUt.8t of ,,rr i,.er. three times Governor of Tennessee and l th An then, in the dreamv day of au-- , Mri LoKan llllbIll out Mr. and Mr. Owsley Dunn, died at the pared," writes William Dudley l'oulke Mow. mid will be only In 'wo One goo.! work horse. 'J years old lhe later United States Senator. Following rroitn. tree of Charge home of his parents, rn Lancaster pike in the February rue of American buy horse wjrk anywhere, ti years old tummal glory, when its gold was on the ca,(t,r is his tribute to the Old South, taker, Wednesday morning after an illness of Defense, a miignzine published for the and sound; lore.il ami me mellow sun poureu amuer Jersey cow, good milker .Mrs. E. J. Howentine and little son, Mlaselden Bros, soU a pony in Dan- - from his matchlejs lecture, 'The Old on weeks. the russet fields I have watched my The little fellow had Ameiican Defen.e Society. "It was n with young calf; Plantation:" Frankfort, several have returned home from ville Monday. as she sat beside the window in mother the misfortune to slip and fall on the struggle of eight year in which our Vulcan Plow; cultivator; be-- n There was once a civilization in the wherelhey the guest of her ice while skating. He J. I'. Bourne Mild a pair of horse land of my nativity more brilliant than her big arm chair knitting for the Mrs. J. L. have f struck the back armies were often defeated and Hillside Plow; Disc Harrow; Drug B. Coffey. $203. mules to J. T. Stevill for his head and was rendered uncons- - duced to deieritle straits, but in Harrow; 2 double shovel plows; single any that ever flourished in all the tide slaves. The rythmic movement of her Sheriff J. G. Weather held his annual cuius for some time nnd after he rallied which, under the superb leadership of shovel; graceful fingers was visible music; it wagon, good shape; of time. About its ruins there clings Fresh Jersey cows for sale. public sale Mommy He olTered all of he returned to the houe and told his the nun who-- e memory was msgic in yarn; and the big white e honrr as I set wagon lumens, cost fill, good as G. B. Swlnebroad. a romantic story of vanished dreams the property in the county upon which parents about his accident, but he did the first great ball cut capers on the floor. we finally new; buggy harness; plow gear and made holier and sweeter by lips that . state and county tax has not been paid, not coinp.'nineil for several days, when drove the inVKiIer from our shores. FOR SALE:-- peafowls. Phone And her needles danced like witches. other tools and implements. are hushed and hearts that are new Mrs. J. E. John-toW. A. Henderson, Lowell. Ky. of Pittsburg. he begun to selfer from violent head "For the secuid invasion in the War And those nimble fingers flew Terms made known on dny of sale. dust, and there is little left but the mem Pa., who bus been the guest of her1 aches. All the medical attention pos of W we were equally unprepared. C. C. HARNKTr. Bring me vour ShoulJer meat. High- ory of its departed glory, lingering As they deftly threw the stitches. lather, George P. Bright and sister, sible was given. The interment Our American troops were disgrace- dipt. A. M. Bourne, Auctioneer. And the great white stocking grew. W. 11. Hall. among the tombstones and monuments, est market price paid. Mrs. Susan B. Yeager, has return-- d in the Bulfalo Springs cemetery fully routed nnd our capital city of But as each autumn came and went home. like the fragrance of flowers that are Thursday after funeral services by Rev ashingtnn was seized and burned. Rood brood For Sale or trade;-Tw- o Dally Thought. faded and gone. It ruled from a throne I saw new silver in her hair and new Mrs. Lucy .Miller Hartley left Wed- II. ,M. Walker, pastor of the Lhristain After two years of warfare the strug- language will Sweet multiply mares, in foal to jack. J. A. Conn, Jr. of living ebony and made the world its lines of coming age in her beautiful , , ,.ie nesday for Crawfordsville, Ind., tovisit mured. u ,trltvv M.i treaty was friends, and a falrspeaklnR tonnun eyes grew dim. tributary. It opened the floodgates of face, and her love-li- t good, Hot Blast Florence For Sale;-and friends She stopped by signed which omitted all reference to will Increase kind Krcctlncs and then, at last, with my old black relatives heater, number S3. Apply at this office. wealth and deluged the earth with gold, Louisville and was the guest of Mrs. the cause of the contest. The faciliIts realm was the sunny South, the mammy, they buried her on the hill, Will McRoberts. ties for invading America today ate me White WyndottKoos paradise of cotton, kept by the dusky and my father, too, is sleeping there. For infinitely greater than they were in In County Court Monday the wills of sons and daughters of Ham and amid ters. Itobt Fox, Marksbury, Ky. 1770 or in 1812. and our means of deMrs, Lou Shanks and Willie G. Routcn HUNTERS TAKE NOTICE. its magnolia scented labyrinths of shade EXPLAINS WHY MEN ' fense are prxrtionately far less than Chas Dean bought four nice mare were probated. W. C. Shanks was walked the chivalry and beauty of they were at that tune. This Agreement Witneaaeth; That mules of Woolford Dean, of Jessamine made executor of his mother's will and lordly race. "We are the richest nation in the In order to protect the game on our fur $025 "Thedford's ARE GROWING BALD. Robert Routen executor of his father's It was a proud and imperial civiliza world. We olfer the strongest temp- lands for n period uf three will. cars we is the best Wm Scott, of Busna Vllta sold a tion, but, likh great Cxsar, it fell with medicine Thousands of men are growing bald tation for booty to an invader and we bind ourselves not to hunt thereon, nor Mrs. Martha Phillips has moved to pair of 17 hand mules, to Billy (lobinson an hundred gaping woundi, and its every day and don't know the reason lever used." writes J, A. have at the same time the greatest permit anybody else to do fo, and we of Boyle for $310; bleeding corpse dissolved into ashes loig why. Many of them never expect to her new concrete bungalow on Lancasresources for providing for our own further agree to prosecute with dill- Sleelman, ofPattonville.Texai. ter street, just recently completed. n ;o on the funeral pile of war. save even what hair is left. detense ir we only see fit to use them, gence all persons who violate the game J. S. Speak sold to George MerSince she sold her home on East Main I would not sjir your,hearts "I suffered terribly with liver to pity This is indeed a pity says a specialist What would Washington say. if, from laws of Kentucky or trespass upon our rick a nice pair of mare mules in DanSenator nnr recall those gaping wounds to- - because baldness usually cornea from street to Phillips Hubble sbe has lived the boundaries of the spirit land, he lands for the purpose of hunting. Ana troubles, and could set no relict. ville last Monday, fur M75. over the store. ui,'.ht; but rather let me lift the veil of carelessness and anyone who gives the could penetrate the supine indifference we further agree to act as Deputy A. C. Hill, of this city, has received The doctors said I had conJerry Higgins, Route 1, has same memory and give you a glimpse of the scalp a little attention .mould always an and neglect which have hitherto en- Game Wardens for the purose of an appointment for Congressman Harpure imported Whit I could not work at Hurley tobacco golden days of the old plantation before abundance of good healthy hair. sumption. Duat our great country upon this ring out this agreement. Except each vey Helm to mail carrier on Route 3 seed for sale. our Crcsar fell. and dirt help to cause baldness by clogmost vital of all questions for the of us have the right to kill rabbits on all. Finally I tried There, half hidden in the groves of ging the pores in the scalp and giving out of Stanford. Thu place has bean maintenance of our national life? our ."arms or twrmit it to be done bv Mr. S, G. Kites, who lives on Uoute live oaks and magnolia trees, where th the dandruff germs fertile ground for filled by substitutes for several months, Would he not look down in solemn re- - another under our supervision, or the 3, has a nice three Year old mare and i The position pays $100 a THEDFORD'S month. mocking bird chuckled and laughed, breeding. probation upon the unuorthy de- - supervision of sume responsible and a good seven year old work mule for Thwdancers of thN city gave a Danand the twittering blue birds built The treatment is very simple: Sham sale. scendunts of the veterans of Valley reliable nerson selected bv us. their nest, stood the poo at least once ten days and de sant on Tuesday afternoon in the O Id rorge and lorktown, who have taken This November 15th, 1915. Clay Sutton bought of Charley Dean mansion Fellows building. The hours were from of the master, where life stroy the dandruff geims by applying so little thought to preserve the pre- R. U Elkin, J. E. Robinson, a handsome pair of 3 year old black reached the high tide two to seven o'clock nnd greatly enof baronial splen frequently Parisim Sage, u delightful, which he and his com- Jim. M. Farra. cious inheritance W. II. Brown, mare mules on Monday. Price private. 1or. panions bequeuthtd to us?" efficient preparation that R. E. Mc- - joyed by all who attended. The music W. II. Burton. Alex Walker, And stretching nway to the horizon Roberts is now leconunending as the was furn'shed by the Il.invilleorchestra. In the article Mr. Foulke calls at- llaselilen Bros., Mr. John Robinson, of lloyle. sold 23 T. A. Elkln, i tention ti) the counsel given by Genvt're thu snowy cotton fields, alive with surest treatment to stop falling hair, W. P. Newell of near Moreland. has head of 1200 pound cattle to Whitehouse K. M. Tinder. J. II. Dalton. eral iishington, December 3, lTXt: 0,I,"K lven, who without n single to remove UundiufT and to refresh und filed suit against the Cincinneti Southand Johnson, for $7.25 a hundred. laigan Hubble, "If we desire to avoid insult we John II. Smith. and to my surprise, I got better, 'are to burden their hearts, sang as invigorate the liuii roots. ern Railroad for $KX)0 damages to his must be able to I "pel It; if we desire I. N. Ross. G. M. Deshon, to secure peace, one of the most pow- Fisher Herring, and am as well as any J. L. Harrison, of N. C. , bought a hey toiled from eaily morn till tlm The cost of u generous bottle of property nllegtd to have been done by II. II. Cox, erful instruments of our rising pros- Hughes Bros. pair of mules in Danville Monday for close of day. Parisian Sage Is eiy little and drug the railroad. Attorneys P. M. .McRoman." Thcd lord's Hiack-DraugJ. W, Sweetie) , perity, it must he known that we are Every sunrise of summer was greeted gists everywhere have been authorized berts and J. N. Meiiefee represent Mr K0 and 7 head of horses that averaged W. M. Mahan. Withers Bros. is a general, cathartic, at all times ready for war. irom ill) to iT'l. by the laughter nnd songs of the darkies to offer It with KUurantee to ferfect Newell 4, i. Williim, Marcus and Jim White. vegetable liver medicine, that as thev scattered in gangs and went satisfaction or mui.ey returned. The load bond election called by Judge B F. Wilmot, Perry Tupgle has 30 bushels of home J. D. Pope, has been rcguiaiing irregulari 2212t Bailey, Monday for April 15th, has been grown timothy seed fo sale. Mrs. David Chennult, Write forth in every direction to begin th Frtd J Conn, labors of the day, and the music floated ties oi the liver, stomach and called nil. lhe order of the countv J, iV. Elmore, him at Murssbury if you want some W. R. Cook, back to the mansion to sweeten the STANFORD good seed. court fixing the dato for the election T. C. Rankin. bowels, for over 70 years. Get Huffman Bros, morning of the was set aside when it was found that Win. G. Anderson. .lam Cotton. a package today. Insist on the i "Big" Jim Thompson, at Preachers-vill- and ladiesdreamsstill rested diowsy lords who on their pil Miss Mary Bruce wus in Louisville the petitions filed here do not complv In i !il iLait.-.rT. M. Arnold. Jr. cnnJ. Finest for taUi- a-W. 11. Moss has five sows to farrow In a few genuine Thedlord's. r,:nl lnLii !?. AVy with the law. low. The negroes cf that day were the lust weik for u short time. R. E. Henry, Jno. M. White. weeks, one sow with six pigs and a kj Ul curd for Lo.jI t of l'rizo Keel; i t most musical and humorous race of James Cooper is ut home from Centre Sheriff J. West Perkins, of Whitley A. 1) Bradsliaw. Bright Herring, He wants to nice boar, all Duroc's. P. Dl'IT & HONS people who ever liv;d in the world, and College for u short vacation. county, brought hert Monday und It. L. Barker. 020 Daquesuo Way, Pittsburgh, Tu. sell them bad. they wove a melody into every task j turned over to Jailer Dellorde, Mis. Mrs. Muttie Withers is able to beuut ' Lancastgr and Buck- they performed; every leisure hour was Annie Hicks, who was indicted at the' after uu illness of several days. 18, u tarpaulin. filled with their mirth and merriment, eye on Friday Feb. ' last term of court for concealing the rpssssssssssWMB Mill ". " ' P'W"W'"""'"V C. E. Tate wus in Louisville this birth of a bastard child. Would appreciate its return very much. and they were imbued with the spirit 2 She is u si''MarT.ityri-n- WTJW Mm ii Show. be- - week utterding the Automobile daughter of Cal Cummins. of Christian religion nod were firm John Land, I . i.jiin is in Louisville Mrs. J. lievers in the providences of Almighty this Ltnua.ter, Ky., Route 3. Herbert Reynolds, one of the best' Gjd. There was not un infidel umong week buying herspnngline of millinery. chool teachers of Lincoln county, wus Tir irilt t vviKircrj ni those millions of slaves. Misd Ruth Huimltou, of Cincinnati, examined at Somerset and grunted CI n mm PAINT LICK I sat on the veiandu of an old plantas the guest of her father, Mr. J, W. license to practice luw. He passed n V.,r ffTftTrTnTClTTr, p- o.rr nTT.TT (Tim xxnrmaaT-Mr. Winds Valker spent Monday in tion home in the gathering twilight of Hamilton. most rieid examination and was hlehlv D.i'Ville. evening urn listened to the chiming of Miss Lucy Lee Walton spent several complimented by the lawytrs who ex- .'.Ira II. J. Patri-was a visitor in the distant village bells and the respon- day last week in Cincinnati, the guest umined him. Mr. Reynolds will pracOF YKS, SPUTH. CN SALE CAILV TO ALL LONG STC? tice law in this county. Il.chmon.il Tundiv. sive hymn of the weary negroes as they ot irienus. COr. fUU. P.TORMA7IC.H, APf'LV T J HCilliCtT TICKET ACKH T OR VNUT : sing-li'Miss Priscilla Newbern, of Huston-villMi Orn Ustridge, was the guest of cnitie home from the cotton fields Gainer Price died ut his home neur II. C. Y.IKC, PiMr- - ,r.T cvl'.'i:"'.. Ajtnr, tft I Mrlri Street, L,..: 1. has been the guest of Mrs. T. W. Crab Orchard, ufler several months fi Kn Js in IttolimunJ for the 2Jnd. T.!!!'., Cvr.Pi ?'4i.v ;y.' v. .. i:j The negro tpjortara around the Pennington. illness due to lordosis in both of his Un, James Francis is able to be up Weie the shrines of Innocent pleas Mrs. W. S. Elkiu, of Atlanta, Ga.. feet, the left one Inning been umputut-c- d ui.er a eeige uf lagrippc for several ure, where the dusky reelers gathered s. some time ugo in uu effort tu check has been visiting her sister, Mrs. Charevery night with banjo and fiddle, to the gangrene which tet in. Deceased Mrs John llMughman, of Danville, lotte Warren. nay, to pat and slug, and dance awuy w i. Hi nu-of Mrs. Woods Walker Miss Nancy Veagi.-- attended the22nd wus 52 years old He is survivtd by his the lung, happy hours, nine children. III"! wek. one wbs the wife und 1 have l.edidlheiii play und sing until dance a: Jit, atei ling, The Southern Railway is the direct Mesdainr E. L. Woods and Lewis Circuit Court began here Monday and BUest ol Mrs. IJUInven, Very heavens seemed to turn into line to Ashcville.Aikcn.AuRusta.Char-lestcn- , Guyii Imvo linen ullerers from severe tlw nnd Mr. II. J. Indications are that this will be the F.. J. Dr. nmn sheets of music; every star was u nott Columbia, Savannah, Summer-vil- li c of luisllitis. Zf A35 busiest session that has been held here and every constellation was u wing, McRoberts were In Louisville to see and other southern resorts. The milonur society of the Baptist for some time. This is only u two Travnl fi:ra on th: "St. Liuts Special'' eqti''w with have seen them dunce until the smoke . "Thd Birth of The Nulion". church met with Mrs. Elizabeth Patrick weeks term. Two murder cases lire electric !iu.it;J etcel coac'i'S, through drawinc, room ami pleasure oi ine oonure swung cor-- , Mr. and Mrs Jesse U Lynn were Saturday afternoon. Estridge this term. Trial of Bleetiinij cura to Jacltsotivillc anil new dimnu t.i" e gut his of Mr. and Mrs, set for tiers with the mooiibeunis in the uu the week-enHarrods-bur- v Alfoid. who shot to death Oliver Smith Mr. Wools Walker was in I nave heal il thim laugh until the Ji.hu Lynn, near Shelby City. to Aahcvillc, and from Ashcvilla to Javlisu-.ville- . near McKimjey lust summer, and Jou 'he first of the week, the guest ol ripening curu grinned through thu MuidHinesJ.E Stonnes and W. R. Hocker, colored, who killed Bob GardThe trip via Ashevillc ia throuc.h "The Lnml of the Mr, and Mrs, Jack Chin. siiucKaimiicKiencuesiiiuiiiUir.sspreuuCooI;i Sky",thc only scenic route to Florida. Very low of iutlCBater. liavu been the ner also colored, in the Hubble section, s' Ethel Estridge has returned their moullu ami chuckled, Miss 'lho 'J Kl.BU 0f Mrs. J. H. Puxton. fares and winter tourists' fares now ii.tfFt.-ct- ; a few months ago. There are quite a relatives at aunties mm i r ( r from n delightful visit to with stopovers and other special features. Mrs. T, K. Wutson spent several few felony cases on docket. A number Here and Whites Station. pickaninnies forintd it circle uround the week in Lexington the guest of civil actions have been tiled. Oct full Information and fares hoin the dunce., and all patted andsung togetli daya last Mr. Olland, the violenist and Local Soutbtrn Agent, or write to of her friend, Mrs Roy Speurs. Mr. John Thomas Oaks, who was Inr, keeping time with thu music uf the t, who came under the manageB. H.Todd, District Paaasngtr Ag nt,LoulilL, Ky. Miss Nancy Dudderur and Miss May jured several weeks ago, when run ment of the locsl W. C. T. W gave a lUMIu. 1 have heard them hum to flying Henson, of Louinvllle, havo been the over by uti uutomoblle, died at his home very enjoyable program to a good George F. DeBorde. on Saturduy Mr. Oaks was on his way audience at the School Au'itorium on shuttles und the clank of drumming guests of Mrs. Miss Marion Grimes, of Transylvania to town when he met with the accident, Monday evening and netted the ladies a batons, and bnl time to the music of ()MW CMSIO) Of THt SOUTH whirling bobbins and great banks of College, ut Lexington, is the guest uf which probably caused bis death, nice little sum. 9 Main at Broadway. hum ; TRIBUTE TO THE OLD SOUTH Incorporated. & COMPANY Lexington, Kentucky. - I i uriijr rni "iLirdj PUBLIC SALE. 4 - ,,, ' e ln Ht,,,,,,. 1 ) 1 1 two-hors- e Ilrimn-Manl- y 1 1 ' re-o- 1 1 1 two-hors- e 357-B- Sale-So- Black-Draug- ht - -' d 111 BLACK- - DRAUGHT y ht e, E-- LOST:-Betwce- i s TTTTWW.'."','.' mft ", in1 mmi mrtrt r-j- vai - tf' 1; U'T. e, si man-biu- ii we-k- 1 t'. r V -- &) a 5923 VlW 1 d ccr-vic- home-seeker- 11 Kiiihy-neaii-- u Southern Railw