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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): March 16, 1916 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1916 cen1916031601_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): March 16, 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 RELIGION, UNTARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT TWINTY SIXTH TEAR. LANCASTER. KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH 16. 1916. Hand Us That $. TESTED OF BY THOUSANDS S NURIKR 80. 5 In: BOOT LEGGERS RECEIVE HEAVY BLOW IN lil Mr. u armer After calling your attention to that good plow, several come and placed m m Time to ask When outT Stormn about PAINT. EYE-GLAS- The Ily rne Optical Service has been tried bv thousands of snectacle and eve Think twice and whlatle before you glass wearers, in Garrard and adjoining peak. counties to their delight and comfort. At Lancaster for only two more days, (Set House, tlarn and Hoof paint at 17th and 18th. Stormea. Ladies Aid Society of the Uaptist BUYS Church will aerve court day dinner. April 24th, 1916. moss That old oaken. covered menajre first tent by Adam to hla little wife in Kden-"Dwait dinner. Unavoidably detained", la atill being ulcd successfully. on't man la all In liow much la he WEARERS. Headquarters For LICCOURT. JUDGE FRISBIE HAKES FINE BEGINNING AS Plows and Plow Gear. ft Ml NICE JACK . AND STALLION. orders others are com- -' . ing. plow, you need a good DISC HARROW to prepare the soil for the seed. You can't gee a better one than the TORNADO. Have several In use for 20 years. How is this. After using Mrs. James D. Klnnalrd will lead the tudy hour at the Womana Club to morrow afternoon. Each member of the club ia earnestly requested to come prepared to name the aubject they would like to atudy next year. IP 1' 5 I 9 Conn Brothers. LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. DE (TrIE If so call at ARE YOU HUNGRY? "The TnriiavL0 for a nice Lunch, also Everything in Soft Drinks 31 lie sure and see the Rreat moving picture "Battle Cry Of Peace" at the Lancaster Opera House, March 27th. Three shows, one at 9:30 In the inorn- - JUDGE HARDIN MAKES nir, 1 o'clock in the afternoon, and7:30, APPOINTMENTS Seats reserved for night performance, This aplendid allow should draw a big This being the first term of the crowd as it has every where it has been circuit court since the of anown. ueau oi u cise wnere in paper. Judge Hardin, the naming of a Master Canning clubs have proved successful Commissioner was necessary, which waa done yesterday by e elsewhere and why not in this county! Mr. W. II. llrown, who has should be cooperation in this work ment of There served during the entire three years that throughout the county. Everyone Judge Hardin hu been on the bench, should speak a word in its favor and Mr. Brown has made a splendid record second the efforts of all those who will during his incumbancy and his friends become active in it. While the begin The ning may not be aa large aaa mountain are proud of his reappointment. yet with Uie proper spirit andpersever Trustee of the Jury Fund which has been held temporarially by Mr. F. S. ance and pluck It will grow to very pre. Hughes, waa given to Mr. Joe J. tentfous proportions in the end. The who will assume his duties ha? faith in the proposition and Walker Jr., hopes to see Lancaster with a canning at once. ni Mr. Ollie Johnson has recently pur chased of Elmer Detherage, of Madi son, his handsome Percheron stallion, "Brilliant D." also the fine young Jack, "Thomp Hill", of W. O. Gasti neau, of this county. Mr. Johnson will stand these animals at his home on the Crab Orchard pike at a very low fee. This office is printing cards for Mr. Johnson that gives the pedigree In full of both his horse and jack and will be pleased to mail one to any person that would be interested. POLICE JUDGE. The officers of the city of Lancaster have been planning for some time to make a drive against the boot leggers of the town, who apt always hard to catch. Policeman, 0. Buck and city attorney, J. E' Robinson, have been laying the wires for several days and on last Friday four warrants were sworn out against Ed Anderson, two against Tommie Adams and one against Less Anderson, all colored all of whom are known to be the chief boot leggers of the town. The Police Court room was crowded on Saturday morning to see Judge Friable hold his first important trials. After the evidence was heard In all the cases and the attorneya had submitted the cases for the judgment of the Court, His Honor. Judge Frisbie, pronounced his judgments against the defendants in about the followingwords: "We have tried thq four cases against Ed Anderson, two against Tommie Adams and one against Less Anderson upon the charge of selling liquor illegally in the town of Lancaster. I have considered the evidence on both sides in all of the cases and I am convinced beyond any doubt that each of the defendants have been proven guilty upon all the charges in all the cases. It shall b e my earnest effort to see that no Innocent person Is convicted in this Court while I am Judge, but at the same time I am determined that ail forms of violation of law shall be stopped in this city. As to the punishment of the defendants upon the charges it is my belief that persons who engage In boot legging of whiskey or as Is commonly called 'running a blind tiger' do so with full knowledge of the strong and sentiment of the people against their acts, in tact they do so with the intention of defying the law and the wishes of the whole community. It is my judgment that only severe punishment will bring such offender to observing and the right way of living. Believing the defendants guilty and considering the nature of the olfense committed by them, the punishment in each case against each defendant will be One Hundred Dollars, (1100.), and cost and imprisonment in each cue in the County Jail for thirty days." After the trial Judge Frisbie was the recipient of a shower of congratulations for the manner in which he had conducted the first important trials in his Couir Those who heard the trials were fully convinced that boot legging will soon cease in this city. the-taw- Plow. The strongest and best hill side Plow. A complete line of Plow Gear, Collars, Bri- m dles, Back Bands, Trace Chains, Etc. Haselden Lancaster. i Bros., Kentunkv Wholesale and Retail Hardware. , Club. n truiar73nS'Fnrsr1'iTir5,-i err lb ii iLay Lfcejj lEiMi paiiMi ami iMiraHrtJBrciMirHrttJirc.rKl LITTLE DOING IN WARNING. iriii DC G DE J IC CIRCUIT COURT. We hereby notify all narlUn that wa will not allow any one to flah In nur Mostly equity cases and very few of lake this season. Any one asking to them have occupied the time of Judge fish will positively be refused. Hardin during the past week. The Hughes Uros. case of Adline Sebastian against II. K. Sebastian, waa decided in favor of the You will find these bulk Seed at 'S3 Eckford's finest mixed Sweet Peas, Nasturtiums. Dwarf and Tall, Beets, Squash. Radish. Okra. Parsnip. Salsify, Turnips. All kinds of hulk and package Garden and Flower Seed. 1 DC DC STORK MAKES VISIT. G. H. LYONS' BUSY CASH STORE Spring Opening Mch 18th A The atork has made the family of Mr Will Denny Inexpressibly happy by leaving it beautiful little girl at hla house last Saturday. She haa been christened Mary Eleanor. Grandpa "Jimmy" is one of the happiest, aa well aa one of the youngest looking, grandpa's m the county. LEM TEATER BUYS Lem Teater haa full llne'of MILUtf ERY'and also in every department, you will find new and striking offerings. Attractive materials in Dress Goods, in all shades. Here is where you may always depend upon quality at the lowest prices obtainable in town. JACK. just bought of Ike G. M. LYONS. Lancaster, Kentucky. IC DC Sherrow, of Jessamine, the fine jack known as Napoleon Jr., at a very fancy price. Mr. Teater considera him the best jack he has ever owned. A full description and pedigree on cards we have just printed and an advertlsemant which will appear in the next issue of The Central Record. defendant The equity case of Huston Ballard va Florence Ballard haa been set for to day. This case' haa been pending in the courts for some time and no doubt will be ended at this term, The case of the Commonwealth vs Amon Osboume tor huse breaking resulted in a bung iury. The defendent is out on bond. Commonwealth va Clifton Martin, charged with forging a check, was found not guilty. The grand jury has aet only three days and have turned in about fifteen indictments, most) misdemeanors. They will meet again today. The petit jury that was excused last Thursday will not return until next Saturday. Exclusive Agent for Stones Cakes Silver Slice, Golden Sunbeam, Mephlsto, Raisin and Creole Fruits. ' JITNEY BUNS Received Monday, Thursday and Friday, afternoons. Theo Gurrey. JOE HAMILTON MARRIAGE LICENSE Marriage license was granted to John Turner of this city to marry Julia liar net. License was also issued to James liaker to marry Mrs Lizzie Thompkins, of this city. All four of the contract ing party's have been married before and evidently do not think that mat; riage ia a failure. Kev. C. T. lirum- mntt of this city performed both ceremonies yesterday afternoon. Appointed County Clerk. prll DC ILZZ3C J. Owing to the death of County Clerk W. Hamilton, the appointment of WOOL his successor devolved upon Judge C, A. Arnold, who appointed Mr. Joe PRICES SOARING OF THE WAR BUGGIES. T& best and cheapest on the market. All kinds of HARNESS. Perfect Satisfaction. OLD ii HICKORY WAGONS Runs Lighter and Lasts Longest. i WIRE FENCE. When put up it stays up. Stoves and Ranges. They can't be beat for cooking and lasting. Hamilton, of Burna Vista, to serve out the unexpired term of this office. Mr. Hamilton is a brother of Mrs. Naomi Hamilton and it waa her desire that her brother be given the place. Mr. Hamilton Is a splendid young business man and his appointment Is a popular one. WAGON LOAD OF MONEY. His appointment was approved by That hemp in this county is higher Judge Hardin, before whom he made a than the proverbial ''cut's back" and satisfactory examination. Mr. E. M. perhaps higher than was ever known in Walker was again named as deputy the history of this product, was well il- clerk. lustrated the other day, when Mr. A. H. Hager of this county, bought one COUNTY TEACHERS load, just an ordinary farm wagon load, which he haa sold to Spears and Com Of March Salary. Receive pany, of this city, that brought him the Miss Jennie Higgins has just receiv sum of $443.00. We call this "going ed a check from the State Treasurer some". which is approximately onethird of the final or March installment of the State GOING AFTER VILLA. fun's due them. In a letter to Miss Gen. Funston lasc night tightened the Higgins from State Superintendent censorship on all newa from the Mexi- Gilbert, he says: "I am sorry we are can border, but the indications at El are unable to send you the full amount, Paso were that the advance guard of for the reason there is not a sufficient the expeditionary force into Mexico amount in the Treasury to pay the enwhould probably start in a very few tire Mtrch enstallment, and will not be hours, the main armv to follow later. able to pay the amount in full until the Meanwhile Carranza Boldiera, believed close of the flical year' at which time to number 15,000, are making strenuous there will be certain funds that will be efforts to run duwn and capt'irn Villa. transferred ' by the Auditor to the The de facto Government forces are school funds." aid to have the bandit encircled, One-Thi- BECAUSE Demand Is Greater Than In Recent Years And Increased Offerings Means Many opvvtzg upeuvag We invite you to call More Dollars For Farmers. The customary $500,000 wool crop of the Bluegrass promises to attain a value of at least $700,000 this year, and if the present upward tendency In the mantel continues to affect the price list, even greater returns may be expected, according to local dealers' estimates. War conditione have been assigned as a caufe of the strong tone to the and a record price may be attained unless the European conflict should end or exports be cut dawn for any reason. Present rates on wool are 34 and 35 cents over the local floors. Dealers are paying that price for all they can get and the state of the trade is healthy. Normally the prices paid to sheep raisers is about 25 cents, aid this represents the average for the past several years. bnsi-ne- and inspect the Newest Millinery, Saturday, March 18th. Jjliviviie Bvoivvi. THE YOUNG MAN TAKES LIFE Home From Carroll L. Dndderar Returns Horse Sales Despondent And Ends It All. Carroll L. Djdderar, one ot the best known young men of Stanford, took his own life about nine o'clock Thursday morning at the home of his aunt, Mrs. George F. Dellorde and Mr. DeBorde. The young man swallowed about an eighth of an ounce of strychnine, and died in a short time afterward, in terII was conscious rible convulsions. almost up to the moment of death, but He gave no reason for the rath act. had come home Wednesday night, how ever, despondent, after spending u couple of weeks in Lexington, Louisville and Frankfort, and it ia believed that as a result of his condition, his third was temporarily unbalanced and he took the fatal step when not at him- i National Life Insurance and Accident J I I LOGAN & ANDERSON BROS. MEN'S DAY PLOWS That Satisfy. Best Roofing, Paints and Oils, pure Linseed not Cotton Seed. W- - J. ROMANS. Lancaster, Ky. It. V. Anderson, famllarly known aa "Dick", haa purchased the interest of Harry Tomlinson In the Arm of Logan, Anderson & Tomlinson and the atvle of the firm Is now Logan & Anderson Brothers. They take this means of thanking their patrons of the past and aolicitat-ing'lhefuture trade. As the old firm wishes to wind up their business at once they earnestly ask all those In debted to them to call and settle their accounts. The new firm needs no introduction from us as they have been at this stand from their youth up and by their courteous bearing and honest dealing have established one of the best business in town. "Dick" ii promoted but you will find him the same painstaking andpollte merchant as he wu clerk. ir At Christian Church Next Sunday. Company An Interesting progran haa been ar ranged for "men's day" at the Christian church next Sunday morning beginning at 9:45 and continuingthrough- out the Bible school and church services. A special service and conference will be conducted in the afternoon from 2 The day to 3 o'clock for men only. program will conclude In the evening beginning promptly at 7:15 o'clock. Leaders and workers In men's classes that number hundreds, will be on hand from other cities and will have charge of these services. Neighboring cities to be represented will be Nicholksville, Winchester, Michmond and Danville. Everybody Is invited tu all services, but men especially are urged to come out and spend a day with these ardent and enthusiastic Bible bchool workers. of Nashville, Tenn. INCOIIPO RATED, Capital $20Q,000,00. s Accident LOCAL and Health MR. Insurance. J. P. EASLEY. self. News of the young man's death was W a surprise and shock In Lancaster aa he J was well known here, having shown horses at our fairs, being a splendid MR. FRANK HALL, REPRESENTATIVE. ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENT, Lancaster, Ky. Danville, Ky. rider. Page 2 . ' The Central Record, Thursday Mch I 19 Id. BOURBON nOG CHOLERA REMEDY CHOLERA, WORMS, COUGH, THUMPS. raUMf hntt to f.tlrn onick't. ITi it In the (..ri'snH drink And nog. non win nmr hit cnoirra. io.it onif c, a monin low Don't wall until the? art tick. Itrtin fifing your hot! thi mfdif ina now and Vrrp ifcrm frtt from wormt and riiaraw. At All Druf (lita. . BOUIBON REMEDY COM FAN T( Automobile and Style Show LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY. CENTRAL KENTUCKY'S GREATEST EVENT. FOUR DAYS AND NIGHTS, QUARTER MILLION DOLLAR EXHIBIT. a3k Trcrfntt and Curt cn tur Personal Stationery Should be Engraved or Embossed nowadays. Aat l.ila.l... Sold in Lancaster, Kt ljr J, R. MobbI, Son & Co. It reflects good taste and once creates a favorable Jumping an Oil Claim B A New Star Dy impression. ALAN HINSDALE EDNA T. STEWART Suppose you come and see the many beautiful samples we have and get our prices. 'I'M U March 29th, 30th, 31st and, April 1st. Nearly a hundred of the World's finest, newest and best models in automobiles. Stupendous displays of auto accessories. Live models displaying the latest authentic styles in Millinery, Suits, Dresses, Etc., for women. Men's Wear displayed also on living models. Fine Orchestra Music. Automobile exhibit open from Living models on display Wednesday, Thursday Admission by ticket only. Tickets may be secnred free merchants who are promoters Firms Reserving Space for Auto Style Show. Armleder Company, Cincinnati Lexington Engine & Boiler Works Blue Grass Auto Company. McFarland Six Sales Company. Motor Co, Hite D. Bowman, Louisville, Phoenix Motor Car Company. J. E. Cassidy, Callahan Motors Co., Louisville. Pullman Motor Car Company. Central Motor Car Company, Ttie Saxon Motor Co, Detroit Mich. Commercial Auto Company. Service Motor Car Co, Versailles. S. E. Drake. Service Tire Company. Dewhurst Garage. Standard Auto Co, Louisville. Union Motor Company. Fayette Motor Company, Marshall-Featherston Frazer The & Morrell. d Indian Refining Company. Kinkead-Wiiso- n C. Ura Updike. Woods-Oaklan- Company. Co, Cincinnati. Lexington Cadillac Company Alexander-Walto- n Insurance Company. Cold Settled in my Stomach. Lost My Appetite. Could Not Sleep. All Remedies Failed. Took Peruna. Am Cured. Peruna A Great Family Medicine. Mr. Chas. Sauerbier, 815 Main street, St Joseph, Mich., a constant Friend of Peruna,' Uses it in his Family. Capital $50,000. Surplus $50,000. Common Sen SEVEN STEPS TO SUCCESS. tonor i". I Intelligence Good Cheer ': I conomy rseveranco Hard Work The door marked "Success" will swing wide open to a person who courageously takes these seven steps. You will need first-clas- s banking connections. We are hero to serve you well and faithfully. We Citizens National Bank OF LANCASTER, KY. B. F. HUDSON. President. J. J. WALKER, Vice I'rest. W. O. P.ignev, Ass't Cash'r Job J. Walker, Jr., W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. Richmond, 1st. Monday. Paris, 1st. Monday. Rosalind. Frankfort, 1st. Monday, When I wns fifteen years old my faHarrodsburg, 1st. Monday. ther died, leaving my mother with six 2nd. Monday, children to supHirt and without the Stanford, 2nd. Monday. means to do so. Wo all had to do something to put money Into the famiShelbyvlllc, 2nd. Monday. ly treasury, even If It wero only the Carlisle, 2nd. Monday. very 'smallest nmouut. Very natural Danville, 3rd. Monde;'. ly I chose the stage. That la, I wished Lawrcnceburg, 3rd. Monday to go on the stage, but bow to get NichoUsvillc, 3rd. Monday. thero I did not know. Had t been n Mt. Sterling, 3rd. Monday. boy I might Imvo gone from oue theSomerset, 3rd. Monday. ater to another till 1 found n position Georgetown. 3rd. Monday. as supernumerary and from that LANCASTER. 4th. Monday' vantage oliit watched for nn opKir-tunltWinchester, 4th. Monday. to take small minor parts. He-In-g a girl, I could not do this. Monticello. 4th. Monday. How I Anally got ou tho stage Versailles. 4th. Monday, doesn't pertain to this story, which deals with an opportunity to get Into public favor. I am scaklng of the days when real plays wero enacted on the stage. the coming on of the scenic wonders, burlesques and the like the signature. Peering attended to the that have driven tho drama away. I work ho had come west to do and re bad tieeii taking minor parts for sevMargaret eral years and had been an underturned to Henderson's. wroto that she was on the tract of study for one part. Had tbo actress the party and expected surely to sue under whont I was studying ever been sufficiently Indisposed to permit me to ceed In perfecting tho tltlo to the land p. m. and Friday take ber place It might have enabled Meanwhile Henderson had ordered th North-bounmo to make a hit. Hut sho never foilboring outfit on credit. following auto from any of and No. JO Cincinnati Express, One day n man rode up to where the ed to apiear. of daily 4:30 a.m A celebrated playwright wrote n play work was going on and claimed the property, producing nn old deed that which bo called "Joan of Arc." He, No. 4 Spehad leen superseded by tho ono Hen wroto tho part of Joan, expecting that cial, dally 0:03 a.m. dcrson held. Henderson ordered hltn Muie. (,.. then the most remarkable No. 28 Illuo Grass Special, He went away trngedlenno on the stage, would 1m off the premises. dally except Sun.G:0S a.m. threatening to return with n force suf personate tho Maid of .Orleans. Mem strong to drive nway what h tiers of our profession when they once I No. 14 Carolina Special, ficlentlr daily 7:00 a.m called the Jumpers of bis prolerty. climb to the top round of tho ladder I The force engaged was Heuilerson, are apt to forget the snubs they have No. (V Local Express, dally 1:35 p.m. V. Bogaert Company, C. F. Brower & Company. Peering and three hired men. They endured when they were struggling on No. Limited, Embry & Company, Cohen's Novelty and Millinerv Store, were, absolutely without arms, and If tho lower rounds nnd to delight In daily 5:20 p.m. Graddy-ltva- n Company, The Fair. attacked the enoii who proposed to showing their tndeendence, or perhaps 'No. 12 Royal Palm, daily. .0:37 p.m. dispossess them would be well pro- It Is tho memory of thcuo very snubs J Hardesty's Quality Shop. South-bounGraves, Cox & Company, And there waa Tided with weapons. that gives them n desire to exercise No. 5 Locnl Express, Gus L. Hevman & Company, Hrkins' shop, would lv no doubt that the attempt their own sweet will. At any rate.! dally am. Justright Tailoring Company, Kaufman Clothing Company, made. The ownership to the property C.. without giving any reason ,,-R- oyal Palm. daliylllO a.m. depended on Margaret Henderson se Mrue to play B. Kravetz & Sons, Lexington Herald, fused the part. Sn ,Vnu, rtrl.nn. l lm. curing the missing signature. Mean Lexington Leader, Locvenhart's Cash Bargain Store. aiiu uuumr ui (mp i"(iy nnn in a dis white everything deluded upon hold Red, dally 11:35 a.m. tressing Kaltlon. He had ss-n- t many Ing tho well mid especially the machln Lexington Roller Mills Company. M. Lowenthal, months on It; he had written It e s- No. 13 Carolina Special, cry used In liorlng It. E. L. March, dally Mitchell. Baker fc Smith, 10:15 p.m. ocially to display tho remarkable histriOwing to the lack or arms Homier No. 3 SpeThe Peerless, Phoenix Hotel Company, sou saw no possibility of holding the onic ability of Mine. (,., nnd there waa cial, daily 11:35 p.m. property. He told Peering that If the no other actress who, so far as was L. L. Roberts' Furniture Company, J. D. Purcell Company, Jumicrs came down on them In sulll known, could asplro to play It. The No. 9 Y lorldn Spe- Ross-Ship- p Company, H. V. Itou.e, cial, daily 11:52 p.m. dent force and well armed he saw no playwright's friends did all they could Company, Smith, Watkins-Darnab- y O. L. Steele, way but for them to surrender. The to win Mine. (1. over, but with no suc No. 27 Illue Grass Spc- cess. She remained obdurate. hired men looked upon Henderson ns University Book Stcre, Viley & Peratt, ciol, dally except Ono evening I was surprised at a call able. If any one was. In assume the Sunday, arrives.. 8:15 p.m. A. F. Wheeler Furniture Company, Wolf, Wile & Company, from an actor who was to have ai- leadership nnd were not anxious to be For rates, routes nnd Information In "Joan of Arc" nnd bad been shot down In defense of property le greatly dlsapxilutcd that the play call upon or address M. J. Coughlin, longing to others. Peering wns n dell could not be produced. Without ex- agent; 'phone 3t(i. cute little fellow, mid mi one though! plaining the object of Ids visit be ask of htm In the matter of defense, though PREACHERSVILLE ho had Indorsed Henderson's notes for ed me to read a few lines from aev- HOW TO GET RID OF the machinery, and If It passed lute eral of the parts of KhakcspcarcTi hero ine. When 1 had finished he left me other hands he would Is- - tho loser. Mr. Owen Duvall is still quite low CHRONIC DANDRUFF. Hut In that delicate body wero both as nbruptly ns be had romp. The next with heart failure. resource, and these go far day he rnuio again with the author of The only sure way to get permanently Courage and "Vanish," Mr. W. F. Uallard's fa'Joan." nnd 1 was obtlgisl to read the to make up a natural leadership, lit rid of dandruff is to remove to condi told Henderson that he was going in (inrtM 1 had read mous fox hound is dead. They left with Train Schedule At Lancaster, Ky. tio'ia that cause itiand then keep the make a defense. Henderson refused me the play that bad written for Mr. W. C. lilankenship sold lOshoats hair and scalp In a clean-healthvigor to consent to n defense under the clr Mine. O. and asked me to learn II. to Mr. J. M. Cress for $50. our state so dandruif will never return cuuistnnres, but bo would not desert They cnino again when I had done so. Aitmvc. Mr. F. L. Thompson visited Mr, D. This beats shampoos, which merely re tho others. Peering offered the men n beard me recite certain passages nnd F. Thompson and wife in lioyle. move the Uanuruir for u few days at goodly reward If Ihey would put them delightedly told me that Ihey wished To Masville, connecting at Richmon with L & N to Frankfort & Loulnllle; R. E. McRoherts are now holies under his command and outlined mo to assume the principal role. Mrs. II. C. Cummins has recently most, They Ills plan of defense to them. When the time for a rehearsal enmu No 71; 8:35 n. m. been on the sick list, hut is Letter now. strongly recommending Parisian Sage, agreed to stand by hlin. round nn audience of some twenty or a harmless, inexpensive and quick net To Rowland & Stanford connecting Peering ordered them to throw u thirty iersoiiB, mostly connected with Mrs Win, Flanary sold a nice lug preparation, that is guaranteed to tbo earth In u circle surrounding the tho stage, waa present. What wns my at Rowland, L & N to all wilnts South colt to Miss Ilerlhu Klanary for act directly on the cause of dandruif boiler that produced the isiwer font lie surprise to t.eo among them Mine. (I. $70. No 28; 11:01 a. m. and entirelyremove it or the purchase drilling. They made mi embankment I Inferred that she had come to see If, To Richmond, connecting with L& five feet high In n circle uboiit twenty Indeed, thero was n who could Services Sunduy and Sunday night at price will be cheerfully refunded. Here u a test no one should fail to feet In diameter. This having been ac tnko her place. Her presence did won- N to Irvine & IleHltyville. Lexincton tho Ilaptist chur.cn by Rev. A. J, Clere, try. Get from your druggista package complished, what wood nml Iron ar ders In spurring me to do my beat. I A Cincinnati, Middlesboro & Knoxville. of Lancaster. of Parisian Sage. Rub a little of it into ticles us were at band were tilled on received great npplause, nnd Mine. (!, No 70; 11:50 n. m. Itev. J. M. Robinson filled his pulpit the scalp the imnipct In such fashion iim to form clapped her hands languidly. This with the Auger tips and see apertures here and there In lieu of loop To Richmond, connecting with fast at the Methodist church Saturday night, faint praise spurred mo on still furfor yourself how the dandruif disap holes. This was nil the preparation ther, and I surpassed myself. train to Cincinnati. Sunday and Sunday night. pears, the hair stops falling out and all that was umdo for defense, and when hen the piny wns finished .Mine. (5 No 27; 2:01) p. m. Mr. W. F. Ballard and family, of Itching immediately ceases. Nothing It was completed the boring to the author nnd said: went To Louisville, connecting at Lebanon Tappahannu, are now domiciled in the hurts the hair more than dandruif, I nm ready to take the part of menceil. Junction to Elizahethtown & Rowling residence recently vacated by Mr. J. why not begin using Parisian Sage to Tbo nest day half u dozen men were Joan." I looked at him, wondering what he Green, and nt Ilardstnwn Junction to W. Brown. day and be forever rid of it? 9 2t. seen approaching the well. Muno or them bad guns, while tho others were would say. A light came Into his eve Ilardstowu & Springfield. Mr. Fado Parks, our miller and blackPeering told ns bo replied: armed with revolvers. smith, went to Crab Orchard Friday to COY No U; 8:42 p. m. ".Madame, this play was written for Henderson nnd the men that since To Stanford, connecting with fast his little daughter. Miss Vernie, take thero was only one wcnoii for de- you, Kiipimslng that you were the only Mr. Karl Iiroaddus of Chicago to tho dentist. fense nnd he could handle that hlui woman In existence who could take the train to Ilristel fc Atlanta. spending a few days with homefolks, keif, they wero ut liberty to retro it If part. Your refusal Instead of liclng Mrs Jones L. Anderson has just Mr. Ned Overstreet of Jessamine was they liked. They chose to retiiulu. us n misfortune has turned out a opened a nice line of staple rtlng that It might bo necessary fur A new star has appeared almve the Kue" 01 W- - W'1 and fancv eroceries and nH,,na li " ono or more of them to take his plaee. horlron. You havo enjoyed exclusive ioanu, 7, . . .. , . ..J. ., a a icw.kiiuu oeninj; eimj unes at me When the approaching party saw the promlnenco for n long while, from Mrs. hunlce Dean was the guest of old Hutchins stand his hour you will havo to divide It Mrs. Mary Sanders last week, also vis- carthwoiks they stopped for a conference, then advanced again, and one of with another," Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Anderson have ited Mr. J. M. Sanders of I,oyd. them culled out a ileum ml for u sur Mine. fi. disappeared, and I. running received word from Williamsburg that Lewis and Ernest, little sons of Mr. render. Peering replied that he was to tho author, threw my arms about their daughter. Miss Carrie Andersen, ,' who is in school there, stating that she Willis Moberly who have been quite ill hard of hearing mid asked them to his neck. couio nearer. At this every man lowerwith fever are reported better. Her friends endeavored to persuade has been quite ill of a painful felon. Hip Misses Lillian and Minnie Cable of ed hlsrlllo from Ids shoulder or drew him to throw me over and o A large bald eagle was reported In Ids revolver, mid they advanced In u iart to Mine. 0 not that she could Is THE proper thing Richmond Normal School were the body. tho Canaan section. It swooped down When tl.ey hud reached a point charming guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hen to suit Peering be directed a man ut day It any better than I, but on ac for a lady or gentlein Mr. S. A. ilallurd's barnvard and SIpple count of tho eclat sho would give his for the week end. tbo steam cock to turn on Meant. ,'ccr gave tho poultry the scare of their work. Hut he stood firm for me. man to present nowaIng holding tho nozzle of a hose con I nerved myself for tho first ier. lives. Geese, turkeys and poultry Rank Foolishness. days, when making nected with tho boiler. A Jet of steam fomiancc, realizing that I must stand scattered to shelter Instanter. No loss. calls. You occasionally see it stated that struck the foremost man In the face. or fall by It. Tho story had got abroad, panic followed. Sewrul shots were and the house was packed, largely by Come and see what ol:s do not result from cold weather. fired. Peering could Imvo parboiled theatrical ieople, many of whom hud Tint Is rank foolishness. Were it true every man How To Prevent Croup. a beautiful line of of tliem, but refrained from suffered from Mme. O.'s selfishness. colds would be as prevalent in midsumdoing so, pointing the steam Jet aside samples we have and forgot everything except that I was When the child Is subject to attacks mer as In midwinter. The microbe man bo bad hit was In n terrible Joan of Arc, the Muld of Orleans, get our prices for 50 and of croup, see to it that he eats a light that cauees colds nourishes in damp. The condition, evening meal, as an overloaded stomach coldfweather. To get rid of a cold lake and carriedand the others look him up throughout tho evening received enlhii or more. him off. lastlc applause Tho author's nredle. may bring on an attack, also watch for Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It Is That was the end of tbo claim Jump Hon was verified. I was ludeed a new the first symptom hoarseness, and effectual and is highly recommended by Ing. Murgaret Henderson a few days theatrical star. Erom that tlmo my give Chamberlain's Cough Remedy as people who have used It for many years later procured the signature she had reputatloc liegan CENTRAL RECORD to grow, and that of soon as the child becomes hoarse. Ob as occasion required, and know its aial beer: sent for. oil was Mruck In large Mme. O., who getting old, begai quantities, and nil were made rich. tainable everywhere. to wane. value. Obtainable everywhere. Dancing. 10 a. Vaudeville It Is hard to tell Just how h man n 111 net when called upon to display one ncrvo and resource. Sometime who has been accustomed to n rough life, under such circumstances, will fall, while another will succeed. Henderson had been n hardworking man nil bis life. most of I lie time on tlio frontier, where If nny one trnlt I' develops! It U courage. When lien dcrson wns fifty lie found himself In possession of some wild land that wax not worth a dollar an acre, and his tltlo to that was Imperfect for the want of n certain name on the deed. One day somebody struck oil In the nclghlwrhood of Henderson') property About that time Ernest Peering, a young recent graduate or n mining school, came along on Ida way to Invcstlgate some property for partlos In the cast Ho stayrd overnight at Hendersons house and waa nhout t proceed In the morning when Hcnder son told him of his oil land. Peering tin. I had Inherited some money n year tei tore, anil llenucrsoii offered mm a nair Interest III his land If he would fur nish n taring outfit with which to dig for oil. Peering concluded to Invest In Henderson tho enterprise, provided would get tho missing signature to hi title. Henderson sent his daughter Marga ret off to hunt for tho party and secure From ihlldhood I bad n pnssloti for personating so mo character. In other words, I was born with dramatic Inclinations. Who quite a llttlo girl 1 rrnd Shakespeare's plays that I found In my father's library nnd took pleasure In spouting the lines of tho heroines. Ono day I would bo Juliet leaning over the famous balcony; another I would bo Queen Catherine; another. Central Record. lountj Conrt Days. .... ... ... Time Table. Danville, Ky. Southern Rail Road. m. to 10 p. m. nights from 8 till 9:30 the dealers this event. Subscribers to Style Show. L. &N .,.. Engraved Visiting Card A Neatly The Central Record, Thursday Men 16, 1916 BUCKEYE Mr. Mai Carter Page 3 ington last week and attended the play REPORT SOME TENNESSEE FOLKS PAINT LICK Mrs. George Todd la on the sick list. Mr. and Mrs.IMid Ross spent Sunday In Derea. Miss Mary May Walker spent Sstur dsy In Danville. Miss Enlma Oder spent several days in Lancaster the paat week. Mias Itcsle Cochran, of Whites Station Is the guest of her sister, Mrs. I. C. Rucker. Messrs. Rice Woods and Jack Davis spent the past week prospecting In Mississippi. "Hamlet". Mrs. Alice Owsley of Louisville, who has been here visiting relatives snd friends has returned home. Mrs. Uettie Larue and Miss Carrie Hagland, of Louisville, are guests of Mrs. George F. DeBorde. Mrs. Walker McWhortcr of Lexlng-toattended the burial of Mr. Carroll OF THE CONDITION wai In Lancaster or TR I- Danville Business School. last Tuesday. The Sunday achool at this place Is progressing nicely. Judge J. !'. Prather Is visiting his daughter, Mrs. Mkl Carter. Itev Sebastian filled Ills appointment here Saturday and Sunday. Stormea for all Kindt House Paints. Mrs. Uale Hay was the guest of Mrs, Harrison Itnv last Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Carter spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Hobt. Long, Messrs It. W. Sanders and Herbert Whitaker at Whitaker visited Mr. II Nina last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Hill have been visiting the latter! parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Uosrfc. and Mr. and Mrs. Otto Simpson daughter were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Noel Sunday. Miss Pattie Long la spending the week with with her couains, Misses Sallie and Attress Noel. Mr. Harrison Kay is visfting his sla ter, Mrs. Nannie Itay and father Mr. George Kay, near Judson. Mrs. Oscar Hendren and Miss Bessie l'rather, were visitors at Mrs. Jennie TELL HOW THEY WON Citizens National Bank tNo.28He.' Or LANCASTER. KY.. AT THE Close of Business Mch 7, 191(1. 1tF.80uRcr.fl. Students may enter at any time. Full courses In Typewriting, Bookkeeping, Stenography and The courses nrc Terms rcnsonnblc. of this school nrc holding some of the best positions with the biggest firms and corporations. Write or coll for particulars. other Business Specialties. thorough. Graduates D. B. HARRIS, Principal. Danville, Kentucky. DC BE iiili ii Whitakers laat Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Hay were guests of the latters parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Simpson, recently near Coy. Mrs. Nora Tenter nnd daughter, Sal- lie Lou. and niece Ethel Itay, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Miles. Misaes Minnie Pearl Drown and (la Hill have returned home after a weeks viait to Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Cotton of Richmond. Mrs. Jcse Lay ton and children and Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Calico and fam ily were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Forest Calico last Tueaday. Misaea llarbara Gulley, Jesaio II Itay and brother Klmer, and Mr. Itoyaton Itay spent Sunday with Misses Zula and Mattie Calico and brother. Mr. John Irvine died at his home last Monday evening and was buried Tues day at the cemetery at this place. He is survived by his wife, four sons and one daughter, who have the smpathy of the community in their sad loss. SEE US FOR VULCAN s SYRACUSE Best Patent Flour 95 centsper sack of 24 pounds. 15 POUNDS OF GRANULATED SUGAR $1 Plows BECKER NOllcei 4-11- Sick people want to bo well In a curry. A great many, perhaps most all. Illnesses have their beginning in de rangements or too stomach and digestive tract. . Mayr's Wondorful Remedy starts in at the first doso to put stomach sufferers on the way to health. Tho first dose proves It. It Is taken with success everywhere Here are the words of two Tcnneaseo people who have taken It: MI88 COIIA FISHER, 805 Saxon Mrs. II. J. Patrick entertained at avenue, Memphis "Have taken your medicine and It worked like a charm rook on Tuesday afternoon fcr Mrs. G. bas removed qulto a number of gall M. Treadway, atones. It does just as you said It Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Treadway have would." MRS. W J. WARD, Sparta, Tenn. returned from a vult to relatives in "I can honestly recommend your remand Uerea. edy to all sufferers from constipation Miss Mattie Woods, of Madison Instiand stomach troubles. Indigestion seems a thing of the past with me." tute was the guest of the homo folks Mayr's Wonderful Remedy gives perfor several days. manent results for stomach, liver and Mr. and Mrs. Dan Ilaker and family Intestinal ailments. Eat as much and whatever you like. No more distress left the past week to make their home after eating, pressure of gat In the Ir, the lloosier state. stomach and around the heart. Octono The spring lession of the Logsn's bottle of your druggist now and try it on an absolute guarantee If not satis- Chapel school has begun with Miss Jessie Parks as teacher. factory money will be returned. Dr. Woods Oglivc, of Princeton, Ky., For sale by H. E. Mcltoberts and all was the guest of Mr. Woods Walker other reliable druggists. and family, the past week. Miss Ethel Estridge has begun her LEVEL GREEN. work as assistant to Miss Lula Mc- Mr. Robert C. Green left Mondav for Whorter in the spring school at Manse. Dallas Texas. Messrs. Tom Logsden and G. M. Mr. and Mrs. David Teairua am re. Treadway have bought out the rest of the firm of Treadway, Denny & Co and joiclng over the birth of a fine boy. There will be tireachinf at I.vel are taking an inventory of stock on Green, March 19th, by Rev. Lunsford. hand after which these gentlemen will cash business. conduct an Mr. and Mrs. Emered Clark and rhll. dren spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Grten. THE PROPER COURSE Mr. Henry Green and wife and hU Information of Priceless Value to Erery mother Mrs. Fannie Green. Mrs. Dora Davis, Mrs. Pearl Davis arid children. Lancaster Citizen. were pleasant guests of Mr. and Mrs. How to act in an emergency Is r.mered Clark, Thuraday. Mrs. J. T. Sowder of Carthaire III.. knowledge of inestimable worth, and is visiting her daughters Mrs. Wm. this is particularly true of the diseases Palmer of Point Leavell and Mrs. John and ills of the human body. If you Green of this place. She will return suirer with kidney backache, urinary home sojn and Mrs. Green expects to disorders, or any form of kidney trouble, the advice contained in the accompany her. following statement should add a valuable asset to your store of knowl- Lota, sad li.eoout. KI1.T04 5s IJU.7M & Overtrain, eecurerl f S 79 ...... unsecured . . U. H llonrlf ri.tio.lted to seetire clr S.vi,0"Mi tO dilution (par valuel, fliiti.ctlptlnti to .lock ol Federal . Keserve Hank IV7C0 0' Les.amonnl . 9.M0 to unpaid Value ot nankins house. 7.000 00 .. 7.000 00 (It unencumbered) Net amount due from Federal Ke4.M0 00 serve ILnk .... NetamtduafromApproved Iteaerve Agent. In New York, rhlc.ffo . I IW IS .. lid St. Lnnls. Net ami due from approved reserve agi In other reserve cttlesrn.M IS njai si Net ami due from lianka and bank-er- f In loorll) IMi 4 Mrs. Cum- Other lother than Includedthe urn. his new home at Bellevue. cheekeonbanke In lit b city or town aa reporting bank. mins and Miss Ida Pettus preceded him Fractional currency, nlekele ITS S nrt p.m. 1 its si several days. 3.010 00 rfotes ol other National Banks K.TII 00 J. Thomas Cherry, a merchant of Coin and certificate. ... . 1,400 00 notes Crab Orchard, was not found guilty of Redemption fund with 17. fl. Treat- irve 00 urer ana nue irom u.n 1 re.urcr a bastardy charge In county court here wi.aw tt Total after a hard fought trial, which drew a LIABILITIES. large crowd of spectators. The charge 15,0.000 00 against Mr. Cherry was preferred by Capital itock paid In M.000 CO Martha Simpson, a former servant in Hurplli. Innrt 4.451 3f. .. Undivided proflta. Reserved for Taie IW oh his home. t Mil IS , News has been received here by Lett current expen.ee, tn 4,110 SI 11,503 (0 tere.t and tale, paid relatives and friends of the death of Circulating Note, outstanding 60,00(1 m Mr. Burch Buchanan, of Colorado Due to bank, and baukere (other . than Included In or SO) win Sprigs, Col. Mr. Buchanan left his Individual depoilts eubject (0,7MJI7 lorheck home at Crab Orchard some time ago Certified Check. at W 00 10.S and went YVest in hope of regaining his Certificate, of deposit . Rediscount, with Federal The remains will be brought to .Ml OS health. Iteserve B.nk UMI BUI. parable. Including obligaLouisville for interment. tions representing money borIS.OQ0O0 rowed The funeral services of, Carroll L. xii.-.'a- s as Total Dudderar, one of the best known young men of this city, who took his own life griTsor Kektcckt. Couktt ofOarsahd, aa: I, W. F.Ch.mn.Ca.hler of the aboie named on Thursday morning, were conducted bank, do .olemnljr .wear that the above state ment Is his aunt; Mrs. George belief. true to the tutofmjr knowledge and at the home of W.F. Champ, Cashier. F. DeBorde on Saturday afternoon at 8ubscritd and sworn to before me this ISth, darof Mch WW. B. C. Mr. Dud. 2:30 by Rev. D. M. YValkcr. Dennr. Notary Public. My Commission derar was a member of the Diadem Coaaacr Attest:Eiplrea January 11, 1020. Lodge No. 31, Knights of Pythias, and B. F. Hupaos, ) Directors. j.J.Walxu. thi members of this order marched In ) 8. L.OIBBS a'body to the grave, and had charge of Dudderar here Saturday. Mrs. D. B. Pelphrey and daughter, Nell, of Lancaster, have been guests of her father, Mr. W. A. Carson. Mr. and Mrs. YVill Stone have return ed home after a visit to their son, Mr. Marshall Stone and family at Detroit. Miss Bird Roberts of Mitchellsburg and Mrs. II. C. Bottom of Junction City, have been guests of Mrs. B. D. Carter. Mr. J. F. Cummins left Thursday for ' C A RTERS VILLE. MORE RHEUMATISM THAN EVER BEFORE Clergymen, Lawyers, Brokers, Mechanics and Merchants Stricken. Our old friend Itheumatiz is having his Inning this year, and a few words of caution from one who knows all about it may not be amiss. Wear rubbers in kamp weather; keep & BALLARD BRYANTSVILLE. Ky. rouiiry Kaisers -44 PHONE 27. Cholera, Gapes, Limberneck, Roup, Canker, iz'MiSTw Diarrhoea and all Diseases of Poultry MIq. k y vour feet dry; drink plenty of lemonade, and avoid strong alcoholicldrinks. If rheumatism gets you. or sciatica, and you have sharp twinges, gnawing pain or swollen joints nr muscles, you can get rid of all agony in just a few days by taking teaspoonful of Hheuma once a day. All druggists know about Hheuma; it's harmless, yet powerful; cheap, yet sure, and a GO cent bottle will last a long time. Ask It. E. Mcltoberts or any druggist. one-ha- Mr. D. T. Calico sold a bunch of hogs to John Centers for $27.50. Mrs. F. M. Carter has been confined to her room the past week. There will be cottage prayer meeting at J. T. Aliens Tuesday night. Mrs. Uettie Shepard is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Hoop this week. The 2nd term of the school opened March Cth. The attendance was good. Mrs. Mac Robinson was the guest of her mother, Mrs. F. P. Dryant last Tuesday. Mr. D. T. Calico bought a sow and pigs from Will Parson last week, price unknown. Mrs. J. T. Sowder of Carthage, ill., is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. edge. YVhat could be more convinc ing proof of the efficiency of Doan's Kidney Pills than the statement of a nearby resident who has used tnem and publicly tells of the benefit derived? R. C. Faulkner, It. F. D. No. 2, Box 134. Paint Lick, Ky says: "1 suffered for some time from a weak back and a dull pain through my loins gave me much trouble. I learned about Doan's Kidney Pills and used them. They soon removed the aches and pains." Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't sim ply ask for a kidney remedy get Doan's Kidney Pills the same that Foster-Milbur- n Mr. Faulkner had. Co., Props., Buffalo. N. Y. the services there. Prof. T. It. Bryant, former head of the Agricultural Extension YVork in Kentucky and Miss Mary E. Sweeney,! head of the Department of Home oi Ecomomic of State University, Kentucky, will deliver addresses at the court house on Friday, March 17th at 2 P. M. Prof Bryant will speak on "The Value of a Farm Demonstrator in Lin coln County," and Miss Sweeney will speak on the "Value of Home Economics in the Public Schools and Girl's Canning Clubs. Combination of Worth. Is good. If liberality be Joined with It The first Is leaving oft superfluous 'expenses; the last be- Frugality stowing them for tho benefit ot others that need. The first without the last begets covetousness; the last without the first begets prodigality. Both together make an excellent temper. Happy tho place where that Is found. Penn. Natural Query. Addlngton Hruco says men are not naturally lazy. Then what artificial condition or Influence Is It that makes us long for a snarp knife, a piece ot white pine and a nice seat In the shade? STANFORD Mr. and Mrs. Claude Bibb of London, are the guests of Mr. Will Beck and LOWKLL Mrs. 0. W. lioyle was in Lancaster id Gasristeed J. Rest. Crame. Birdtttwa. Ijr. OLO UV Prkt SOc l all DrafiUa. C. C. & J. E. Storme 2t Mogul 8-- 16 Price Announcement Mogul 8-1- The Real Kerosene Tractor All sales made and bona fide orders taken up to April ist will bo filled at the present price of $675 cash f. o. b. Chicago. Ve want to post you ahead of time on the coming chance. as you know, is the famous tractor that has Mogul cut fuel costs squarely in half operates on cheap, common kerosene or coal oil doesn't have to be the highest crade cither. It pays for itself in the saving over gasoline. That necessary because cost of raw is why the rise in price materials lias risen so high is of minor importance. Mogul 6 is saving and making profit on thousands of farms of all sizes. It will do much more for you than your horses can. Get in your order now be ready for spring work. See the dealer who sells the Mogul 6, 6. and after April 1st ONwill bo $725 cash fthe price of the . o. b. Chicago. 6 ' Interaational Harvester Company of America (UcarpwaU) Tba Mogul (MS keroaane tractor ts sold by Becker & Ballard, Bryantsville, & Co., Treadway Paint Lick, Ky. Friday shopping. Mrs. Jim Lee is sulTeifng from an attack of tonsilitis. Mr. Edgar Ilrandenburg was a visitor here, Tuesday evening. All kinds of PAINT at Stormes. Mrs. Lafe Drown spent last week with Mrs. W. It. Saddler. Mr, Speed Ledfordhns returned from a business trip to Harlan. Little Earl Maurice Ilrown who has been quite sick is much better. Mr. Frank Moore is in Louisvill this week having his eyes treated. Mrs. John Tudor visited her mother, gospel. Mrs. Sterling Davis, Saturday. Mrs. James Leu purchased a cow from Mr. J. YV. Anglin for $40. Miss Lena Ledford Is visiting her aunt, Mrs. John Tudor, Ht Maine. Mr. Arthur Hurte is in Richmond visiting his sister Mrs Ancil Parks. Mr. Will Finley is oblo to bo out uguin lifter un illness of boveral weeks, Mrs. Jim Duvis und little son Ster ling Eugene, spent Sunday with Mm. Jim Lee. Miss Jestle Parks of I'aint Lick wat. tho pleasant guest of Mrs. YV. II, Sad ler, inursday nigiit. Mrs. Luke Moore has teturued to her home in Williamsburg after a pleasant visit to relatives nere. The many friends of Capt. YV. YV. Drown will regret to hear that he is quite ill with pneumonia. Mr. Cornetta has moved to his placo recently purchased from Mr. D. W, White, who moved to Paint Lick. Miss Clara Dettis of Pittsburg l'a.. Is the attractive gueat of her grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Hurt, Sr. Messrs Guy Napier und Carl Iloaln who have both a uttered quite a severe attack of tonsilitis are able to be out again. Miss Mattie Jones who has been the attractive guest of Miss Stella Little for the past three weeks left Monday for Lexington. Misses Minnie Johnson and Elizabeth Dry ant, two of our teachers at the Consolidated school, spent Thursday night with Mrs. T. It.. Kuhlman Mrs. Cleve Davis and children ac companled by Mr. Enos Davis left Sat urday for Waynesvllle O, where they will make their future home. John Green. Mr. and Mrs. John Green and child ren were the guest of J. D. Carter and family last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Caleb Todd and family of lierea were the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Allen, Sunday. Misses Lizzie and Florence Creech and Mr. Robert Creech were the guest of Miss Cora Hoop last Sunday. Mr. Harlin YVurd left last Monday for Richmond where he has excepted a position for the National Machine Co. The prayer meeting at Mrs. Susie Henfro last Friday night was a success. There was quite a large crowd in at tendance. Rev. J. M. Robinson closed his meet ing last Monday night atCarters Chapel. The results was not as good as wo would liked to have seen, but yet there wits a great deal of good accomplished. Ilro. RuUnton is a mun of God and a splendid preacher and gives the true HIGHEST PRICES PAID Rem. ( IE MntJ en Dr i family. A. Beazley of Lancaster, were guests of Mrs. Will Hays, Monday. Miss Lottie Curson is in Lancaster assisting'Mrs. J. L. Francis in her millinery store. Miss Satlio Mills Craig was in Lex- Mr. and Mrs. 5Lipmnt J. RcVd No Commission to Pay Writ for Prico Lbt and Slupplag Tags M. Sabel & Sons IaunMrattl1 EsuUUW 1US LOUISVILLE. KY. , WALLPAPER la to lltt room, vhtt dothoi tr to tKo ptw on. It reflects th Uit of th occtjmbu tnd iublhhet tbelr tocial lUtvlini. . RICHMOND, KY. A TRAININQ SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS Courses leading to Elementary, Intermediate and Life btato Certificates, aii in all tllblio Schools of Kentucky. bicclal Courses and Review Courses. 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Remember the cost of labor is the same whether you use poor paint You want your buildings, inside and outside, to and varnishes or the Pee Gee kind. Specify Pee Gee Finishes look attractive. You want to avoid the expense and trouble of frequent rehnishing. the kind that has stood the test for almost a half a century. riitiutl for ktcriw Willi aCeQisfi Clin Eiimel ht Iiteriw Wwdwirk ttt Get Mastic IfemT The Kind That Ltata" COVERS more more Oil, hand mixed paint. MASTIC surface, lasts longer, looks better economical than Keg Lead and paint or ordinary ready mixed PAINT la made of purs White Ssetilicitiea Vuuttts Fet Get riMf Wu t reeGeire.etntii.DTitiii Piiit ret Pet Get Pirc. f tilt Pet Get SoiPiiti EmI ui yi Lead, reinforced with Zinc Oxide In the cortec proportions, and pure Linseed Oil. It does not scale and keeps ita color for years. The formula appears on every can. ' (w Rub Get Cret-Sti- ii Tet Cm Aiuuit ilter Piiit Pet Get Wi:ii tU Piiit Pet Cm rertlultt ht Ctacreti Pee Cm Me Rifei TutUf fiat Th Cm Scrtta html Is4ctt FREE Ask ua for beautifully illustrated booklet, "Home, and How to Paint Them." Also for color cards, booklets of any Pee Cee Finish you may desire, or write CO., Incorporated. Louisville, Kentucky. for them to PEASLEE-CAULBER- T R. E. McROBERTS, Page 4 The Central Record INCORPORATED. The DISTRICT GAME WARDEN. Central Record, Thursday Men Id, OLD FOLKS FIND Re-- 1916. DEATH'S HARVEST. p , ' Wjr( Called To Their Warden for this t'istrlct last wcik. The The death of Mrs. Elizabeth Mason four counties under the supervision of last Saturrtr.y, March 13th. took from So many of us have been seeking Mr. Herron, will be Garrard. Madison. ! us our oldest citizen, ns she was ninety some really efficient remedy to give to Cli Estill and Lee. The position of game years old, having recently celebral- our old folks who are treading in the Member Kentucky Press Association warden has become a very d the ninetieth anniversary ot long shadows of life. That remedy end and we one feel I her natal day. Thus another name is must contain the proper tonic qualities Eighth District Publishers League, that no better choice could have been stricken from the ever lessening roll to revitalize sluggish organs and the made than the appointment of Mr. of our early settlers nnd her boys, long blood. Lancaster, Kjr., March 16, 1916 Herron. Public sentiment ia growing since grown to manhood, are left the That, something has been found. It rapidly over the atato looking toward memory of n devoted mother. Is Tanlac. Mrs. Mason died at the residence of Rates For Political Announcements the protection of the fish and birds and It ia cowardly to let debility sup public should assist tho game war her son, our well known townsman, Mr, away the life and comforts when it can For rreclnct and Cltv Offliea ...$ 6.00 the William B. Mason with whom she had be stayed. violators, A condition of debility 10.00 den in the prosecution of all Por County Office made her home for a number of years, never wears itself out. Intead, it tor State and District Offices.... 15.00 The deceased was born In Lincoln coun- gradually grows more pronounced unPAY YOUR BILLS. 10 For Calls, per line ty. Jan. 23. 1826, and was a daughter less proper 10 measures to check It are For Cards, per line If every man would pay his bills, just of Hugh Logan and Catherine Jackman taken. It gathers forco and nourishes For all publications in the interwhen those bills are due, we'd sidestep and moved with her parents to Lancasitself upon the tissues of the body. To est of individuals or expresmany grievous ills which now make ter on February 5th 1842. She joined build up those tissues is to fight debility. sion of individual views, per people blue The merchant carries on the Christian church the same year, 10 Characteristic conditions of debility tin his books about a million debts, tand under John T. Johnston, and up to the both in old and young are nervousness, 05 Obituaries, per line some who figure there are crooks, and time of feeble health was active in headaches, bacxaches, depression of some misfortune's pets. Some hope to church work, being a chapter member spirits, lost, of appetite, sleeplessness We are authorized to announce Miss play the honest game when they have of the Christian Aid Society which was and a general feeling Jennie Higgins a candidate for County got the tin, and it may be they'll do organized in 1872. She was married to that comes from lack of energy. of Garrard that, soon as their ships come in, but James T. MasonSeptember 15, 1849, School Superintendent Tanlac is designed to combat these County, subject to the action of the some ships travel mighty slow, ot to this union seven children were born, conditions In many ways. It is a splenwinds and waves the sport; some hit Ben, Hugh, Fannie, William 11., George Democratic primary AuguH 1917. did tonic and tissue builder with just s Woe, and never T., Katie L. and Elizabeth, the three tne reet ot Norman the right amount of proteids. It quiets The yeirlOlG will truly go down in come to port. The merchants have to oldest and the two youngest, with her nerves and brings back restful sleep. charge us more foreverything they sell, husband, preceded her to the grave which Kentucky history as "Highway fear. is Nature's first aid to the debili The good roads enthusiasm and its is. to cover the defaulter's score, and hence many years ago leaving only two de tated. It corrects stomach troubles sues have overshadowed all other pub' H. C. of L. Whene'er you buy a pound voted sons, Messrs Will und George, to and there, in nine cases out of ten, you lie improvements. A great number of of pills, or quart of pumpkin rind, mourn her loss. have the seat of a nervous, debilitating To her the burden bearing of earth is highway routes have been proposed. you're paying something on the bills of ailment those who are. behind. If you, who ended and she awakes from a troubled With the body recharged with but the most important ones organized vigor, read these simple rules, would pay your dream and knows herself home at last were the Dixie Highway, th Jackson that detested, despondent feeling pass Dixie Bee Line and the lioone way, bills on time, you'd help to cut the with all the vast throng of loved ones es away so quickly you are astonished The last three of these highway pro price of cranes, and make vour life for whom' she had grieved for and and mighty regretful that you didn't long mised. Truly she approached her jects have been fostered and organized sublime, so says Walt Mason. start out to fight it long before, grave, within the State, or by Kentucky citi Tanlac may be obtained in the nearby LEGISLATURE ADJOURNS. "Like one who wrap." the drapery of zens. cities. Paint 'Lick. J. N. Metcalf; One of the most important highway the couch The closing session of Kentucky's Becker & Ballard; Little propositions to the people of Kentucky, lower house was marked by a distribu- About him and lies dawn to pleasant Hickman, Collier and Bruner; Berea, dreams". Tennessee and North Carolina, at this tion of gifts and an exchange of fetime, is the Boone way, now being conFew of us will live so long and so S. E. Welch; Stanford, Penny's Drug licitations in marked contrast to the structed from Cumberland Gap north pievious day, when a gunplay was the well, and fewer yet will greet the Angel Store; Junction City, Keynolds and Evans; Richmond, H. L, Perry & Son loving touch. ward, to connect with the Kentucky climax of a session made atorry ' il Death with such a Crab Orchard, Lyne Bros ; Burgln, G, This road has system of turnpikes. efforts to have the Liquor Shipping i T. Schoolfield; Danville, John S. Wells; been routed from Cumberland Gap to brought out. Among scores of bills R. L. McRoberts, Lancaster. HAMILTON. Louisville across the State, a distance passed in the closing hours was that of 250 miles, via Middlesboro, Pineville, changing the name of the Kentucky Death brought the bitter cup of sorBarbourville, Corbin, London, Mt Ver ATTENTION. Institute for the Blind and appropria row to th-- i relatives and friends of J. non, Crab Orchard, Lancaster, Danville, ting J.D, lor tne institution. William Hamilton when he was taken Harrodsburg, Lawrenceburg and DRUGGISTS STORE KEEPERS. The only important measure consid from their midst Friday March 12th. , ered by tne senate during the session Although he had been a great sufferAn exclusive Tanlac agent There is a turnpike from Crab Or- Tuesday was the Hutchcraft d is wanted in every town, vilchard to Louisville, a distance of 155 ing Stamp Bill. An effort to bring thit er for several months and grave fears end was not exlage and cross road In this miles, which is being greatly Improved measure out over the adverse report o were felt for him, the pected so soon. His active mind end county. For particulars and by every county thru which the highway the Committee on Rules failed. Early body had been placed in a delicate mold advertising plans address passes, leaving ninety-fiv- e miles to be in the night session the Senate passed Cooper Medicine Company, constructed between Crab Orchard and several minor bills and presented Presi and all his life he had far outdone his For the past six Dayton, Ohio. Cumberland Gap. Bond issues, aggre- dent James D. Black with a loving cup. physical strength. gating several hundred thousand dollars The Boxing Bill was defeated just be' have beet, voted, largely for this pur- fore midnight by a vote of 1G to 12. pose. The construction is now under tiotn nouses adjourned sine die at an Make Good. way, with the expectation that the early hour Wednesday morning. Make good. road will be completed in the fall of Cut out "if," "could." and "should." the year. THE BATTLE CRY OF PEACE" And start in to "saw wood." The Boone way was officially organized and the route designated at a meetLancaster Opera House March 27th ing of delegates held at Crab Orchard IN FRANKFORT. Of especial interest to the citizens of last May. James Maret of ML Vernon, When angry statesmen meet and clash, Ky, is the president of the Boone Way this community is the announcement House The gates of wrath fly wide Association, and to him goes the honor. made by the Lancaster Opera of the booking of "The Battle Cry of Each dares the foe, with gesturesiash. oi being its founder. He proposes, durTo "step outside". ing 1916, to route the Boone way south Peace," the greatest war drama ever east from Cumberland Gap to Mockville, filmed, which will be shown for one day Bystanders, eager for a fray, N. C, the. old home of Daniel Boone, only. This splendid production, which No longer there abide all who left that point on bis memorable has been packing the theatres They drop the business ot the day through the East at $2.00 prices, is pal march in 1775 for Kentucky, acting as And "step outside" a guide for the Henderson Company, to pitating with action, surcharged with thrills, crowded with incidents telling a Out there they find themselves alone; establish a settlement, which became storv that grips and is consecutive, but The gladiators (?) hide. known s Boonesboro. pamphlet on Few Legislators were ever known It is reasonable to expect that the neverthless an animated peace prepare text, To "step outside". year 191G will see the completion of the the war, "in times of for eastern and western loop of the Dixie In New York City and its immediate Highway and western lot-- of the Jack neighborhood among the county seats years he has been County Clerk of GarEARLY SPRING POEM. son Highway, practically thru tho en along the Hudson, at Coney Island, out his duties in I think I'll sing a song of spring; tire State of Kentucky. Much of th Rt sea the story unfolds itself, a story rard County, performing he is always Of monoplanes upon the wing. contemplated improvement will be of modern American life, with a pretty such an elilcient manner officers And make a noise brought about thru the State aid fund. and pathetic romance running' throngh spoken of as one of the best had About the joys these highways being designated large it. It Is the story, briefly, of a happy Garrard has ever As a man he was industrious, honest That springtime is supposed to bring. y IV as a part of the seat domestic life and successful business and He was esteemed highway syjtem. life rudely interrupted by war that bv all who knew him for his integrity So into rhyme I gaily burst; strikes suddenly and swiftly asdoes the in business, his pleasantness in the I hope you're ready for the worst. Spring bards betimes lightning, searing and blasting all social side of life and his devotion and Cook up spring rhymes. things. Outrage unspeakable Is averted loyalty to his friends. He was u Demo HOW COULD HE KNOW? only by martyrdom and crat in politics, and one ot the most You can't escape; here is the first. A farmer carrying an express pack the blessing of dementia. P. S. It hadn't snowed when efiici-and willing patty workers in age Irom a big mail order house was How calm and serene is the big citv, wrote this. the county. accosted bv a local dealer: how guy ami unconcerned! This talk On April 22, 1905 he was married . to "Why didn't you buy that bill of of war is newspaper talx, of course! Miss Naomi Hamilton, to them were goods for tne? I could have saved you Let us hold peace meetings and de given two bright and Interesting boys, MISGIVINGS OF the express, and besides you would nounce the devils of destructive pol James I. Jr., and Charles, who are left have been patronizing a home store. icy that calls for men and money that to mourn the loss of u devoted husband A MINOR POET. which helps pay the taxes and builds up could be better used. And the talk and father. He was a member of the this locality." persists, none tho less. The fleet scat Methodist church, being devoted to its If I should firmly grasp my pen The farmer looked at the merchant tered undermanned, short of munitions; And write of robin, lark and wren, interests. a moment and then. said: the army a top: defenses the merest Besides his wife and two children, he And ladle out apostrophes "Why don't vou putronizn your home makeshift; all this and more is realized To birds and buds and cows Bud trees, paper aud advertise? I read It and too late, 'there is war with Ituritunlu, leaves an aged mother, three sisters. didn't know that you had the stulf I Queer how these Ituritanian soldiers Mrs. A. J. Dunn of Danville, Mrs. A. And Btars and waves and sobs and sighs W. Hay of Bellevue an Mrs. Hallie And females with attractive eyes; have here." pattern after u certain European Power Dunlap, and two brothers. James I. In short, if I should try to climb and how the meetings of the con and II. Clay Hamilton of this city. The ways of classic rhyme spirators have a recognizable setting. IIu was laid to rest in our cemetery TO Bombardments spells panic. The Sunday afternoon, the services being Like Shakespeare, Shelley, Byron, Keats And others In the front row seats. the awful destruction; conducted bv the I. O. O. F. fraternity the grim ruthlessness of It all, these of which he was a member. The large And get into an awful glow. OF are unforgetably rendered. And the crowd and beautiful floral oirermgs at- It would be sure to sleet nnd snow And So I let spring poetry go. enemy lands, having first, after a galOf uny other County in Kentucky or lant but unequal fight, blown our ships test the high esteem in which he was held. any other State. out of the water. Hostages are taken is hard to see a man in the WEARING OF THE GREEN To Everybody, Everywhere. and massacred. Traitors have of It taken from his loved one prima THE life still To Anybody, Anywhere. been at work scheming and be- their loss is his eternal gain. The Kaiser's Jcows are grazing Do you want to sell your farm? traying. There is wreck of all things Where the Shamrocks used to grow See ui. save only honer. A splendid cast, ' K they II pasture on the green Do you want to trsdo your farm? such excellent artists as which includes N ono seems to know. DAKNbLL. See us. Louise Beaudet, Mary Charles itichman, Do you want to buy u farm? " we JUB 1,10 'u,ure Mrs. George Smith Jr., was called to Maurice, James Morrison, Norma Tal- See us. madge, Thais Lawton, L. HogerLytton, Maysville last Monday bv tho critical1 Hy wnat we already Know Do vou want to sell your stock of and Harold Hurbert, enacts the drama. illness of her father. C. W. Darnell, tnere ii be no grass lor rat s Jackass merchandise,? whre tl,e Shamrocks used to grow. Action is incessant, dramatic, from and retched there just before his death See us. start to finish, while all along by pic- on Monday night. Mr. Darnell was 72 O Johnv Hull O Johny Hull Do you want to trade your farm for ture and placard and word by public years old and had been an invalid, being What are you going to do a larger farm, do you want to trade men we are reminded that wo are un- compelled to use a wheel chair for the You said you would lick the Dutch your farm for a smaller farm, do you prepared and muBt be prepared lest last 12 years. He was a devout mem-- . So now it's up to you. want to tratie your farm for a stock of these things befall, Surli a photoplay ber of the Presbyterian church and had merchandise or the merchandise for a has a timeliness and a punch of very served as an elder for over thirty years. But unless you get a hustle on There is one thing you should know farm, in fact do you want to get a deal real value, His wife and three children, Mrs, ho raising plants of Sour Krout of any kind started? There will be thro,, shows on Court Anna McDougle, Secretary of Hamilton Where the Shamrocks used to grow. Don't delay, get a move on you. let Day March 27th. First one at 9 A. M College, Mrs. Georgu Smith Jr., of this us 'do the hustling and make you money. second ut 1 1'. M. and last one begins city and Thomas Darnell, of California, 'Sour Kraut Is bully Hughes & Swlnebroad, at 7,30. Admission 25 and 50 cents. servive him. Sour Kruut is line The Ileal EstaU Men, Seats reserved for night performance, Interment took place at Klizavllle; I really ought to know it 210-0Lancaster, Ky. ! and on sale at Mcltoberts drug store. Kit ming county, yesterday afternoon. For I eat it all the time. entered Upon the reccornendatlon of his t inn ha hti fry mil a ffmhn 11.00 A YEAR. f vlanil ipI I riji 8SUKD WEKKLY. for enforcing the law upon all violators, Mr. L. E. Herron, of police of I J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. Gamej Local Editor nnd Mgr. thia city, was appointed District R.L ELKIN. ifti A CHEERY FRIEND A Boon Week. To Those Who Hare Started Down The Hill Oi Life. it the Toil omeo In Loueniter. Kj Second Mll Mettct. Important t 3k r y y t t t y Y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y y v y y y y y y y y f Pushin Brothers ANNOUNCE THEIR t t t y y y y t y t y y y f y y y y y y w Spring Opening AND DISPLAY OF Millinery , Pattern Hats Fisk Hats, Gage Hats And Newest Trimming Motifs SATURDAY, MARCH 18th, 1916 y y y y y y y y y y y y f y z Come. You are Invited SPECIAL DISPLAY OF MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S TAILORED AND TRIMMED HATS. MODERATE PRICES PREVAIL t V V e. T y y Anti-Tra- f I X z z New Spring Suits Our Showing of Women's and, Misses' Spring Suits CONSIST OK MORE THAN THREE HUNDRED OF THE SEASON'S NEWEST AND SMARTEST MODELS IN A WIDE ASSORTMENT TO FIT AND PLEASE THE MISS OF FOURTEEN AND ALL THE WAY THROUGH THE SIZE RANGE UP TO THE EXTRA SIZE FIGURE OF 33 1JUST MEASURE. EXTRA SPECIAL VALVES THIS WEEK AT y y y y y z V z z z z z $12.50 $15 $19.50 $25 $29.50 $35 COME IN, TRY ON SOME OF THESE BEAUTIFUL GARMENTS AND GET ACQUAINTED WITH THE NEW STYLES. EVERY EXPRESS BRINGS US ADDITIONAL y y y V inter-count- plain-spoke- New Suits, New Coats, New Dresses, New Waists Y y AND ACCESSORIES d nt y The Hub, Pushin Brothers. f DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. y y y f y f y well-wor- THE CITIZENS i I 1 sauve-qui-peu- GARRARD. f ;i SCIENTIFIC OSERVICE. I I I 1U" MEANS el. J BYRNE, thorough examination of your eyes hy u specialist of seven years experience. A pruitcr correction by glasses of uuy Optical defect or eyo strain. To have your eyes tested mid tilnsscn lilted for ons reasonable charge. A i l I ! Optical Specialist: KY. AT THE KENGARLAN HOTEL PARLOR, LANCASTER, 2 More Days, Friday & Saturday, This Week i 1 The Central Record, Thursday Men 16, 1916 at- Page 5 ALONG COMES SPRING! We are prepared for its coming with a complete line of tractive Ladies Wearing Apparell. Never before has a season ushered in such a variety of modes in all the fewest materials and colors. Don't miss this showing the only ones who'll be disappoint-e- d are those who do not see it. The Joseph Mercantile Qo. Exclusive Ladies Outfitters. Where Quality Is King. HEADQUARTERS j . OLIVER AND SYRACUSE Jreople H ill Side Plows and Points I Only Genuine Repairs. Gossip About Mls Annie Margaret Elkin left this Mr J. Y. Robinson is at home from a week for n visit to relatives in Atlanta. sojourn in Columbus, Ua. Garrard's popular Representative II. Clay KaulTman is at home from Frankfort. The friends of Mr. Thomas Wherritt will regret to hear that he is upon the sick list. Mrs. Emma G. KaulTman was in Richmond this week for a visit with relatives. Mr. J. R. Haselden and family enjoyed an auto trip to Nicholasvlllo Sunday afternoon. The Chautaun.ua Circle met with Miss Mabel Mason at the home of Mrs. W. Mrs A. M. Houston, of Paris, Ky., has been the guest of Mrs J, S. Gilbert. HAPPY FATHER. vvj YOU'LL FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN, A Britl Mention of the Comings and Colngt by Thou Wt An interested In. Denting Stoves nt cost. Lnp Robes nt cost. Mrs. Colev. of Richmond Is visiting her Bister Mm. Galley in Hill Court. Miss Lottie Carson of Stanford is the guest of her cousin. Miss Allie Yantis. Mrs. Joe l'eck of Kimmell I nil., has been visiting her sister, Mr. T. E. Cecil. Mis Cordie Hamilton, of Peoria, III., is with her mother, Mts, Sarah amil-to11 Just received a new line of Harness, Brltchlng Collars and Blind Bridles. John Deere Mowers, Binders, Harrows, Plows and Wagons. Its been told thnt you could not This is false. (let repnirs for John Deere Machinery. We keep repairs in stock. J. E. Mount, Son & Co. The Square Deal House. DC 3 EZZIC 1L 3Z NOW is TO the Time out- Mr. and Mrs. Robert Moore, of in Richmond. were with Lancaster friends Mrs. Jesse D. Wearren and mother, Sunday. Mrs. Dillion, of Stanford spent Tuesday Messrs. Spears, James and Hatterton with Mrs. N. Miller. all of Paris were week-envisitors in Miss Ida Mae Cecil has been in Stanthis city. ford for a visit to her grandmother, Mrs. Dee King of Uurgin visited Mrs. Elizabeth Oaks. y Mesdame Hamilton and Ilackley The friends of Mr. T. J. Price are night. glad to see him out after an illness of Mr. Wm. Davis and little son Gar-net- t, ot Louisville have been with Mrs. Friends of Mr. R. H. Price, of Towns-villS. C, have received neat little Mrs. Alfred Urent, of Lexington, is engraved card announcing the arrival Mr. G. A. Swinehroad wants to buy' of a handsome hov, whuome February visiting her father, Hon. R. II. 50 barrels of torn delivered in Lancas12, to bless this happy home. Mr. on Richmond avenue. Price is. well known here where he often ter. Mrs. Jennie Green and Mrs. W. A. comes to buy mules and is considered For Sale. Keyt, of Detroit, Mich., are visiting one of the best judges of the Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Smith, near $550 Kurtzmnp upright piano, good hybrids who make this market. He is li low price. Hyattsville. Address also one of the valued oubscribera tc as new for sale Nichofiisville, Ky. Mr and Mrs Deaty Middleton, Misses the Central Record and wo together Glen. Ricketts, "3 Margaretta Smith, Bessie Miller and with his friends wish to congratulate Julia Higgins, of Richmond, were him upon the advent of Master Robert For Rent. guests at the Puritan, last Sunday. Witherspoon Price. The Blacksmith Shop and tools, on It is very gratifying to the friends of Lexington street. Poi9ession given imI.. Lawson. Mrs Nannie Dykes, to know that she is mediately. Forterns apply to Miss Sjo illMrs. L. N. Miller has been visiting rapidly impjoving after a lingering Shelby Mason. , her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Wilson ness at the home of Mr and Mrs Henry Tom-linso- n, SCHOOL NOTES. McAfee. For Sale. 15-- I.ula Drake-Mr- s. CLEAN UP AND PAINT UP. We have everything necessary for side and Inside painting. LEAD AND OIL, PREPARED Ilelle I'erkins of Stanford isover for n visit with her daughter Mrs. Cle eland Rose. PAINT, VARNISHES, PRICES RIGHT. STAINS, BRUSHES. Stormes Drug Store in 3L DC Spring1 You Millinery are cordially invited to inspect our display of the latest designs in Hart and Gage Hats. many attractive patterns from the Eastern market which will be shown Also SATURDAY, MARCH 18th. a 64 Z Noel Sisters. DANVILLE, KENTUCKY, International stock rood g Uniln Unrt PhnlnMO Dnmnrltl llano nuy vmuioia iicuicuj. Snoddys Hog Cholera Remedy. Mra. W. W. Ilaya of Stanford was the recent guet of her mother, Mrs. Mildred lleazley. Hevcrend S. H. I'ollilt is at home from Walton where he is encaged in n successful revival. Mrs. Chas Tartar of Somerset is here for a few days visit to her parents, Mr and Mrs. lien Ham. Miss Kathryn Warriner has returned to Hustonville after a pleasant visit to Mrs. Carlton Elkin. Mrs. W. S. Elkin has returned to her home in Atlanta after u stay of several weeks with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Joseph were guests Sunday of Mr. und Mrs. George llrown of I'reachersvih'e. Mrs. Wm Ilumett has returned to Miss Tommie Francis has been her home in Shelbyville after a visit to parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thompson member of a pleasant house party at her the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. G, Hum- 55 Arnold. side at I'oint Leavell. II. Hall and little daughter Mrs. W. Mrs. K. L. Owsley left Tuesday to Margaret, have returned home after a LA vieit to friends and relatives in visit her brother, Mr. Hen Letcher and She will also visit wife in New York. 'K her friend. Mrs. I'attie D.Gill in Wash Miss Nora Kennedy who has been on ington D. C, before her return. a protracted visit to Mrs. J. Rockwell The friends and relatives uf Miss Smith has returned to her home in Lottie Carson, ot Stanford, will be Owensboro. pleased to know that she has accepted Miss Elizabeth Andeison who has aca position with Mrs. Rella Arnold cepted a position as trimmer for a Francis and assumed her duties last millinery house at Dry Ridge will leave Monday morning. location. vr shortly for her new Mr. John M. Mount was in, Paris Armstrong has leturneil Mrs. Cella to her home in Louisville, having been Wednesday for the funernl of the late Iihi-,l.v the critical illness und Mr. Woodford C, Daniel, a brother of ,i..th nt her KLUnr. the late Mrs. Miss Hprah Dnnlel who for some time I mnu,-' her home hero with Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher Ison i Mount. Miss Daniel accompanied her SS Saturdays Lexington Herald states brother South for his health, he dying VS. II. lliillard, Miss Mnmya nt E' Paso, while they were on their that Mrs. Lee Milliard and C. Elmore, of Lancas-te- a way to Phoenix Arizona, motored to Frankfort und were The "Sir.lv Class" of the C W. II, given a luncheon nt the Capitol Hotel M. Art ll.i.tf mot Tllttitilnv Rfl.trnnn J J us guest of II, Clay Kaulfman. ' Mrs e of Mrs. W. T. West. wnury served as lender and an sanuers enter- Miss Willie Clinstlne v. tamed on Friday evening nt a uiBsijue- - interesting program was rendered on rade party at the handsome home of the 'Lives of the Missionaries in India', her parents on Danville street. About I Mrs. V. A. Lear, Mrs. L. G. Davidson, CO young people assembled to partake Mrs. T. J. Price nnd Mrs. W, A.Price of the hospitality of the fair young 'contributing to exercises. The next hostess. Most Inviting refreshments, meeting will be held at tno home of I Mrs. F, M. Tinder, were served the guests. ' " muscular rheumatism. Mr. George D. Durdett, of Louisville a former Lancastrian, has been here mingling with old friends. Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Crane ot Granville North Dakota are visiting their uncle, Mr. lien Ham and family. t Mrs. S. D. Cochran, and daughter. Miss Lillian Cochran, wera in Richmond the past week with relatives. Miss Sallie Lou Myers will leave shortly for a stay with her sister, Mrs. Richard Ware in Uirmingham. J. V. Craech, president of the Has-ti- n Telephone Company, was the guest of Mr Robert Cornn, last Sunday. Dr. Nelson Mays of Paint Lick, v appointed nn honorary member for life ,. ,,,-,. ui vne luuuisuii cuumy meunui as sociation. Mis. J. Rockwell Smith and littl daughters are with Misses Jane and Mary Doty before leaving for their future home in Danville. K a 4 ! , I ' 8 it I ' The friends and patrons of the teleacres rf land near Hyattsville The boy who makes good in school phone exchange will be glad to know must have his sleep. The boy who will Kv, on Klrksville pike, small house and Miss PermelU Robinson is at the switch develop as a man young in manly years barn, plenty of timber to saw. This board again as she is most pleasant and must make good in school. This points land will grow the finest tobacco, nest' obliging. one essential opposition between the quality of hemp and 15 barrels of cum" Mr. J. Ii. Robinson, of Chattanooga, street of nights with its loss of sleep to the acre. If interested write. Pattie G. Hayden, was the guest last Friday of his broth- and that hurry to be a man which every Nicholasville, Ky. er, Mr J. E. Robinson. Mr. Robinson boy naturally feels. Go one way, young 2 was warmly received by his old friends fellow, get your sleep, cover vour school FIELD SEEDS. here who were glad tojknow that hehrs work well, please your teachers, your If you are in need nf aiiV farm seed? been so prosperous in that thriving parents, your best friends, and ere this spring write to W. Rush Nelson of southern city. you've passsd the twenties you will be Lexington Ky, fjr samples and prices. The many friends of Mr. and Mrs. J. doing something that will make people he prepays the freight to your Ri ?R. .. look up to you and refer to you as a Station, and his prices are as low as T. Hardin, of Cerro Gordo, III., who formerly lived near Lancaster, will be man. Go the other way, go out on the house in Central Ky, quality of seeds interested to know that the stork visit- streets, join in the fun of them, help csnsidered. ed their home March 7th and left them fill them with cigarette smoke and more twins, a bor and a girl. They have or less foul stories, get too "gay" for SHEET MUSIC. been christened Robert Earnest and school work, acquire that swagger that I have now on sale the latest collectlooks catchy to the inexperienced and Ruth Emily. as silly and awkward as the waddle of ions in sheet music at popular prices. following from here attended the a duck to old fellows who really know, Each piece demonstrated on Pathe- The J District meeting of the Independent "go the route," in short, young fellow, phone. Price 15 cents. Order of Odd Fellows at Danville Tues- and about the time your good mother Mrs. Rella Arnold Francis". day evening: Messr3 John Williams, had hoped you to be u man you will W. H. Cox, Ernest Hibbard, N. J KELLY TOBACCO SEED. have caused her shame. Your associatGo9r.ey, L. E. Herron, Thomps Arnold, es on the streets too will probably be Only genuine Kelly Improved Burley W. A. Wheeler, J. E. Seale and Ren giving you credit for having nothing seed obtainable, direct from raiser. Woods. much more than a yellow streak, which who has been champion hurley grower Mesdames Frank li. Marksbury, J. is about all that is coming to you if you of Kentucky for last twenty-fiv- e years. E. Robinson, Misses Martha and Helen if you squeal on others after being Supply limited. $1.00 per ounce. Send caught yourself. What have you re- mail orders to. , Gill are at home after a pleasant so H. L. Kelly & Sons. jcurn at the MardiGras. While in New turned to your parents for all they've Orleans they stopped with Mrs. Kate done fur you? Can they call you u man! R. 1. Lancaster, Ky. Iterkele who conducts a delightful What have you given, tjack to your asboarding house at 1715 second street sociates on the street for the "fun" EXPERIENCE IS and is alwavs delighted to have Lan they showed )ou how toe have? Will they call you a man? You have tasted castrians stop with her. THE SUREST GUIDE. of the bitterest disappointment that The assemblage of the members of was possible. You ve had your own Ryrna Optical Service is the re- The Prof. M. L. Caneer's Sunday School way and where are you? This all points suit of 17 years of Scientific and prac- -. class was arranged for Tuesday even need of discipline. is an oirense j tical experience. Now at the Kengarlan It ing at the home of Mr. Samuel G. Has the to the man of sense to note the boys . Hotel two more days only, eluen, but Ins sickness, from a severe who people the streets of this city cold.changed the meeting to the church, nights when they should be in their fJjCCCCippi QTflfK" The gathering was held to perfect ar beds. In many instances they are of llluuliJijiri 1 jiULlL rangements for the rally this coming families whose heads are devoted to the PADM PHD OATF Sunday in connection with the praiseloudest professions of purpose to regu- -' Tnlm tUK unlit worthy enterprise known a3 "The Mens late the conduct of others. To make 3333 acres, about 2000 open. Some Movement." public protestation of insistence upon cultivation. 30 tenant houses, Miss Maud Foster, who has been the having a "clean town" is far short of About 1000 acres bottom land, balance elllcient long distance operator for the being sufficient. We have the cleanest rolling to hilly, but practically all Ilastin Telephone Co, of this city for of its size in the state beyond all ject to cultivation. Grass grows in some time, left Tuesday for Nashville doubt Hut If it were us clean again abundance on all this tract. About five Ti'iiii.. where she has accepted a good and then again it would not bo good miles from Railroad Watered bv liv- position with the Cumberland Telephone enough for the average boy to he safe mg stream. In ore of the healthiest Miss Foster has on its streets and Telegraph Co, aftrr nine o'clock. Our localities in the state. Price $15.00 pef made many friends in our city during officers feel a prido In what they have acre. For further information regard- her stay here, who regret to see her done to make the town clean, and jet ing Mississippi und Tennessee land write. leave, and we feel sure she will make ask tiiem if what we say is not tiue. us. we handle them. u valuable employee for the new comAnd all that may be said of the boys M. P.. WAINRIOIIT. M.n.m.r. pany, on the streets may be said with ten ami Department. Mjs Annie Catherine Arnold enter- times more force applied to our gills. HRAUSFORD REALTY COMPANY, tained about 40 of her little friends at u Discipline is the word. M.hvlii Tnn. tea dance yestorday afternoon at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J, V, Arnold, celebrating her twelfth birthday. Mrs. S. M. Thomas, Mrs I ' I ' sub-to' 7r Herald. This pretty and attractive little Miss is the grand daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jim llurnside. Liggins, Mrs. Miller, Miss Ilurnslde and Miss Catherine McCnrty assisted Mrs, Uirmingham Arnold in ths tearoom. Ltd mJ x s Mrs. Rella Arnold Franois wiBhas to announce her Annual Spring Opening of Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy This is the time to use it as a cure or preventative. ROYAL BAKING POWDER Absolutely EZJ , ESTES. Mr. and Mrs. Shirley Kates are re ceiving much sympath since the death of their little child, which occurred Monday and was buried inourceinetary Tuesday, Death i.i no respecter of persons is plainly shown by the deaths In our town this week, W make notice of the aged, the middle nged und now we mention this three year old child, so .ill hmml.A lulf kii. .tnurn liMfnr If (1 touched by the frost. Millinery for Saturday, Eighteenth. Maroh the g MnRflberts Drua Store 13 W'WrWr iii i No Alum No Phosphate it Page 7 POEMS THAT LIVE. JJabj Dear. Where did yon come from, baby, dear? Oat of the uteri where Into the here. Where did you get thoje eves so blue? Out (tho akjjfas I came thru. Wbct mike tti light In them sparkle and sKn? Same of the starry spikes left in. Where did aa pet that little tenr? I found it waiting when I got here. What makes vur forehead so smooth and high? A (oft band stroked it as I went by. What makes your clieek like s warm white rose? I saw something belter than any one knows. smile of Whence that 'three-corner- The Central hecord, Thursday Men Id, 1916. The President's Wedding i ill if IS W Great German Offensive Resulted In Loss of Thousands of Lives on Both Sides. olTemlve. resulting the battle of Verdun, has called by competent military critics the bloodiest battle In tbe history of nil the world. Whether this be nn exaggeration or not, certainly ns many men were employed a In any other struggle. The methods of slaughter were more highly developed, and the Issue at stake was all lui. Gorman light- 1.C00 yards there was ltttU thnnce against the opposing artillery. The French troops were accordingly REPORT OF THE CONDITION mi i awunfe back to Hsltlons from which they could see the Germans approaching over exposed ground. I NATIONAL ino OK BANK, n:i. Mch 7 1916 CARDS.! I Cak- ean exnmple of decorative art never equaled in the history of cake decorating att example of delicitiusness, IHI PIS Bill Eyewitnesses Describe Scenes Behind the Lines of Teuton and French Trenches. Front Reduced to Nine Miles. "The effect was that tho Immediate front of the attack, which was origimiles In extent, wns nally twrnty-flvreduced to nine miles, but even this soon proved too wide. The German losses were so great that the nttack could not be kept up at all points. "On Friday, the critical day, the front was reduced to six miles and then to live. On Monday, Feb. 28. the dwIuJlcd to fragmentary attacks." Tbe following- description of the French rctrent from Ornes. six miles northeast of Verdun, wns given by n wounded French soldier wliowas In tbe engagement: "On tbe -- 1st we sdBed giving ground, with the tJermansTit our heels. No fusilier had we traversed Ornes, flrmg as we n ent und taken the road to than our artillery opened ou the advancing Germans. I've seen somo bloody fighting In this war, but they were only sham battles compared with this conflict. Shell after shell ripped gaps In the German" lines. Advanced Twenty Lines Deep. darned death "As our seventy-fiveagainst the oncoming, close packed battalions, twenty' lines deep, tbe corpses were piled up In mounds. We were so near them that fragments of bloisly flesh, from human bodies torn asunder e oUcn-slv- l ii LAMIAS! Ml. KV..AT Dr. Wm. Oflice D. Pryor, The Close of Busiaess. ftlll ItKsoritt'r.s. Ii;..vis is it;s , t V. n, limiita Irposliril lo prrurr elr- cul.lion vslnet . ,v.iui Srrurlllrsullirr lliau I' S Isiluls (not luclnilliis alockti onnrd mi4 1 Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. at Italney's Livery Stable. wi Lnticnslcr. . Kentucky .,m'itfC'M(v (ir ness and wholesomencss that would be n pride to any housewife. It is blisaT Three angels Rate me at once a kiss. Where did yoa get this pearly ear? God spoke, and it ciime out to hear. Where did you get those arms and bands? Lore made Itself into bonds and hands. Feet, where did you come, you darling things? From the same box as the cherubs wings. Hiar did they all just come to be you? God thought about me, anil so I grew. Hut how did you come to us, you dear? God thought about ou. and so lam here. -- George MacDonald (1824-1905- Another Testimonial for CALUMET BAKING POWDER This n-Gait world-famou- s Wilso- Wedding Cake Way Slaamed by Blotchy Skin j IT yoa are a sufferer from Ecxema or imslghttr pimply nil a. you know Juit what it nrans to bare tbat humiliating back-irafrrllnft about mpetlng itratiKera and oflmMnra trnU. Many a time yoa hare and wUbeil that IocJeM tK the bo I, otlirr people that yoitr iin uif!nUh.M This wlh on Know, HltL3ut a tine If you will an be ytjar for the ro ta the drucKict and procure a bottle of JK IK P. the KTcztnt of oil kla remedies apply It accortllnff to directions. In ft abort tiiM your akin will l as soft as Tel ret. Come Jn and mk for a bottle today on guarantee. Ask alr about nnr money-tiocJ. Ii. U. boap, thAt keeps the akin healthy. rid Skin Mtmtdy It. E. McRoberts. Lancaster. Ky. m 1 For 15 Years Wr the Standard mm MEN EASTER COMES. was made by Mrs. Marian Cole Fisher and Miss Pansy Bowen, both well kuown Domestic Science Experts. Calumet Baking Powder was used because both these experts use it exclusively in their work nnd Know it is the purest, the safest, the most wholesome and economical to use. Sj do millions of housewives who use it every bukeday-- so will you if you try :t on the things hardest to bake. Send your name and address for free recipe and history of the Wedding Cake. Then bake one just like it yourself. Kecelf ed lllgliest Award) World's Pure Food Kipo-llttouChlcsgo and Paris sky cleared. From my high vantage point I saw lieforc uie the entire rov of heights, from Fort houauniont to the Cole de Frolde. tho main fortress Hue north of Verdun. "Here the principal battle riiged, Our heavy lire lay nm It. One could see Mon-couthe gin nt bluek clouds of the big callbered guns rise like enormous trees. Tbe firing nnd full of our heavy shells could be clearly followed. Tbe masses portant. The Germans, after having leveled of smoke that dorclocd showed where Behind Fort the French trenches by hours of ar- fires had been caused. tillery Are In which the great 42 centiPounumout. too. pillars of smoke seemsiege guns played an Important ed to signify the advance of the battle meter part, sent regiment after regiment of beyond this height that was now firmly s their best troops Into the mouths of In our hands. "Hi, flirt fp4inr rf.1i-- .. Mt tlin hlflit Tbe French, the French scventy-tlves- . unable to withstand the force of the I west of Douaumont numerous llnslic' great Teuton drive, executed under the caused by the enemy's shrapnel were supervision of the Gernjan crown observable, leading to the deduction prince, cautiously withdrew several I that one of our Infantry attacks was miles nnd established new iosltloirs ' proceeding. by exploding shells, fell among us. nearer the city of Venlun. which ap"Guns of nil cnli!crs roared nbout "That night we sjhmiI In Moiicourt parently wus the objective of this of I me. The firing also extendisl toward nnder the ghastly radiance of stnr fenslve movement. tbe southwest, over the fortifications shells, which the Germans fired continFor days the fighting continued with uously. unabated fury. The kaiser himself "Under the lurid glow of these went to the front forncvcral days. The bombs the bloody battlefield wan full story of thli buttle will never be I saw long shown with Us enrnnge. told. After the war perhaps we shall lines of German dead, where machine know the total number of men lot. gun volleys or shells had torn through but how they died, whnt their sufferthe ranks. ings were, the fate of their bodies, will "All the while the guns In the Vernever be known. Thoe heart touching dun forts kept up a continuous Tlin In SulicrltlliUsui pleilgrrl iliM-- Value ol naiikius-liniia- r l.isl KiirnlturvaiMl nsiurta SeS lit duolltln Federal He- aervv Hank re.ru r Nel ami rtuolroin asenlaliiNtw York tiilraao and . . M Loula ..HiO li Net mt due from an.rottd rn.Me l,a amount,. unpaid llrsrrt of i Is.WO'SI ll.sisi rrrlrrsl l.issi ou 1.1 0 00 n m Sl.i'sICO IJ.IIXIOO 10 If. W. (llanet Fitted. Hatlataellon (lusranteed, ii.nt Ml KS Morrow, Grutluitte Optician lnukrri Net ainl due lollier Itian Included III lu or III (.heeka nn banka III in iinecllj or town aa reporting ialik Notes of other National Manse Colli and relllSralea. notea Kedempllon Mind with I'. S Treasurer and du from I'. S. Treat. Total. Capital "IcK-- afta III other reaerteellt till "si VI Honaker Fine Cut Flowers. and cent cuireliC), nlektla XI ' I has tl il on OO It JA1 .77 M J M John M. McRoberts. tit" SjiT.710 M. Siirpluruud Cndltldrd prnnta. Keaerred for Taiea Will. ITIKS. paid lu I.I MI.KIl Oil SO.IIUOO IIUISSI I t.os "J 11? SI lo.uo ro r.,li ka J. PATRICK. Dentist. Kontuokv M. In- Cela riirrent 717 'ii tereet anil lalespald Circulating- - Note iul,tatidlne I oltiere Hue In lianka and Ml than Inrlnded In ilelsxlls aill.Jeel Faint Lick, int tucheek. John Grnduntc Casey, I). V. Jf. t'lnclnnntl Vetcrlnnry Total IU1.7M Hi u Sutsor 1. S. IP against tbe German ws- - true In lite beat nfluT knowledge S C Usssr. I'a,hler. Sulicrlted and awi.iu lo before tne Ihla lllh dae of Meh lS. Klet. Pnt'lic. , Nourr latemenl ! irss. C,hter of tssnk.do lemnl as ear lhal IheatsiTe t above-name- Kbsti rsT.Cncsn nrtUaatan,as. Veterinary Surgeon. College. Oilier at W. II. Ilurtcn's Sale Stable. Night I'honel'U. lid tiellet. My CnRaaet Alleal romsaalrleldrra Krh. W M KltlitT. i i K ST.isseas v. J Illreetnra. AUt It lias 1 .J. A. Beazlev Freedom of a City. Gratuitous ailmlslnn to tlip rightl of cltlirnshlp Is a franchise of merely historical interest nnd Is conferred only as a token nf honor In the form of a public address enclosed, with the roll of freemen. In a gold or silver casket. British Navy Impressment. Impressment the aeisltiK of men for tho llrltlsh navy was practiced for centuries, and did not become obsolete till Just before the Crimean war. Sometimes the crews were taken from forclcn ships on the hlf.h seas. PUNERAL DIRECTOR OfTW Over National Hank. Hesldence t'lmne a. Oillce I'hone 27 I.ANCASTEK, KY. For All Kinds of A friend of the Hoston Transcript, "E. M. II.," writes: "I was attracted by the suggestion in your paper this evening to compose a rhyme which would give the reasons oi the "mov-abl- o nature of the Easttr feast.' " The following clever rhymes are added. They should be taught in tie primary .schools: l'liotu by American t'ress Association a "near bkiitha," ou hehuan ta cex- TIMLTtll SIEOB OCX. PDflllPU IIUUUII I lUIIIUbll see IIMDlvD Calumet iw",aaaaaaaaaaaaaaa Baking Powder Co. CHICACO. "Thirty Jays hath September," GOODRICH SETS NEW Every person can remember; Jlut to know when Caster's come STYLE IN AUTO TIRES , Puzzles even scholars some. is past ."When March the twenty-firs- t Classy Black Treads Are Winning Faw Just watcb the silvery moon, And wbenyou see it full and round. of Motorist! Know Eaater'll be here soon. After the moon has reached its full, Tben Easter will be here. The "classy" looking black tread The Sunday after tires that you are beginning to see so In each and every year. frequently on the roads and avenues And if it hap on Sunday The moon should reach its height these days are but tha start of a fashion in automobile tires, credit for whose following this event sudden great popularity is claimed by Will be the Easttr bright. The B. F. Goodrich Company, Akron, i fS9l Photo by America.! Piess tsaoclaUon. THE 0EBS14N CBOWM VU3CZ. Dttle details have all been, burled by the continual rain of millions of shells and bullets. Hut some Idea of the Intensity of the struggle may be had from the stories told by those who took part and who have returned to Germany and France from the battle front One Shell Wrecks Fort. The Berlin Tageblatt correspondent gave the following account of tbe reduction of I'o rt Douaumont: "Tho giant block of cement and steel innor plato that was Douaumont lies In ruins. A second fort not for off blew up. Just ns did Fort Loncln at Liege, as tbe result of a single large callbered shell crashing through to- tbe ammunition magazine. "The organization of the uttaclc on tbe north front of Verdnn was a masterpiece In Itself. Preparations of vast Client had lirst to be carried out In complete concealment from the enemy If the flght against the Invincible fortress wus to succeed. "To tbe great distances over which heavy urtlllcry had to be taken without using railways were superadded the great difficulties resulting from had weather and the coiimi quent condition of roads. Hundreds of men bud first to liullil good rouiLs. "Another or the dllllcuUlcs was the proper laying of the beds on which the great guns rest und on whose firmness depends In tht lirst Hue the accuracy 3t our heavy gunllre. How unbelievably accurate was their tire Is now - Ohio. "When we first came out with the Ii a re foot Rubber Automobile tire a few month ago," says an official of the It. F. Goodrich Co., "there were no black except tread tires on the market, Iatralod sanitary cans. Finest for table mm Silvertown Cord Tires, which we alone nml Inline Ask your grocer for it. Bend manufacture, under exclusive patents. postal card for booklet of Prizo Ueclpea to "On January 1st there were noblacl- SONS T. DUFF trcad tires on the market EXCEPT 920 Daqucsno Way, Pittsburgh, Pa, these same Silvertown Cord Tires, (which we are nit yet equipped to produce in half the quantity the market calls for) and Goodrich FABRIC Tire;, i "The fresh apiiearance of the troops and their splendid spirits ustounded me In the face of the signs of such terrible fighting, and especially the calm, clear, almost iinmovlng surcness with which this tltunlt- - undertaking was being curried through, almost like maneuvers." Stories of French Wounded. Graphic narratives of tho greatest and most terrible battle lu history were told In Paris. Officers who had liecn to the front, mint of them wound-ed- , shuddered us they recalled the sights. the Mee. In on the opposite fide-othe direction of VucliorauUlle the artillery tire of tho enemy iiplvared to occupy ttsclf almost exclusively with the foremost line and seemed powerless against tbe German artillery tiring from tbo rear. During my long stay lu the neighborhood not a slnglu- shell fell there. I could see Verduu with tbe naked eye. A large church was the most prominent feature, lly means of glass- okmbiiax, ncscutuir, riuLscit couuisuau AT VJUUnN. es fires could bo discerned In tbe town. "I talked with some of our men who, ttoiis. So tirrllle was the cannonaiW after several days of attacking, bad tliat the blood Niurod from our ears been withdrawn to the rear to get rest. imd noses from tbu eoucussion. They laughingly related how they had "Far away was heard always gone farther than they bad crash of exploiting projectiles as tbey ordered to go. Ou one occasion feQ been uion tbe German llnva. and still tbey bad been told to take one bill, but farther away In the distance the big Instead they carried three In succes- German guns were replying with a sion. They bad now had a welcome steady roar of thunder." wash, eaten well and slept well and were ready to get at It again. Great Gaps In Banks. 6. C. COX. Manse.Ky I'hon 229. Office Hours H to 12 a. m. lto4-7lo9- p. m COMMISSIONERS SALE GAUHAKD M. K. DfiDoy and W. A. Wheeler OF CIKCU1T LAND. COURT. I'llTs. kdNi omc: Of Dcalil Swf try. Siormt Hiilldlniavti Hit I A Aidtr nii'i ttrnttur itior. LANCASTER. KENTUCKY. Jaa. K. Mosier'a widow and hra. VS. Jaa F. Mosier'a hrs and creditors Defta I'ursuant to a judement rendered at the March term l'Jlti of the t.arrard Circuit Court the urv'erslEned Comotis-sionwill sell at public auction to the j highest and best bidder before the Court iloutw door In Lancalr, Ky, at 11 i o'clock A. M. or thereabouts on 1D1G soldier who was In the ranks fighttold this harrowing story: "I fought since tho beginning of I saw the shambles at Sulppcs and Soualn. They were nothing to what I saw at Vunlun. "The Germans advanced, and we retired under orders, but wu killed them by the dozen. It was so terrible that I, who have watched my comrades fall around me almost with Indifference, shudder as my memory recalls those sceues, "Eventually we reached Moncourt and took shelter for n time la the A ing at Ornes the-wa- NINE SEASONS fov made from the selfsame "Harefoot Itubber" as we have been putting into the Treads of Goodrich Silvertowua. "But soon there will be n crop of " FAllltIC Tires I "BlacK-Treadsup-pos- e. Buying, 1. You sive money. 2. You save freight on staves and fixtures by our direct purchases and shipments. 3. You get your tilo with minimum selling sad handling 4. You pay for no expensive offices, huge advertising bills, big sslaries and overhead expenses. 3. Yoa get more anchorage, a lad- hinged door, a sleel-tfe- p oer advantages mat you ircquentty nave IO psy for as "extras'. 6. You get better fixtures inrougnout. 7. You set every "necessary1" feature of a high grade silo, coil. upriuv cuminateu. & You pay for "silo" and not with every "unnecessary'' I of your silo. 9. You get "more silo" for "less money". COG. tot rnllv itlln m.lhivi that add nothing lo the value U4QM M KKNTUCKY SILO CO. W. P. Kincald, Mgr. Stanford, Ky. ! "We are therefore anxious to have the motoring pub'ic know that the of Goodrich "IIARKFOOT-UUII-UER- " va'uM to ci'mumers lies not in the COLOR but in Its composition in its especially devised Texture, Flexi- known. Stretch, Lightness bility, "Prisoners hold that the effect of our frightful. and Resilience of this "llareforit Rub artillery was bcr" allso which, thiough years cf Nobody could bold nut loug ngulust It." Company the Goodilch i Research, Battle In the Lake. developed to match the marvelous Another correspondent at the GerFlexibility, Resilience Hnd Power-con- man headquarters hays; nervation of Goodrich "Silvertown" "The Meuse alley In many places Tires. bad transformed Into n lake by "Without that Silvertown KXI'ERI-KN'C- Hood. The woods on the rolling wo might never have known, or Sleuse heights, everywhere sown with wire entanglements, ure mown fu lv understoed, the enormous iidvao-tif- o tmrlx-nf such a Clingy, Stretchy, Light-- down by artillery. The battleground Is distorted by explosions. The iuht, and Responsive KUllliKU in trenches, which bad unnil Tires. dergone a severe iHiinliunluient, bad "COLOR alone would have been lit liecn very extensively developed, but tie help to us in making Silvertown showed signs of less secure construcin the tremend- tion than ours. Rubber Triads stand-u"Contrary to assertions which have ous ENDURANCE tests which the been iniide. the heavy snowstorm did of 1016 provided Black, White, Ited not stop the progress of the buttlo In And color alone, the slightest degree, tlnr artillery conor Gray can do little for the consumer tinued to lire uninterruptedly through who buys n Tire, on the assumption the veil of snntv. Toward inlililnjllie d Tires must bo that all made of similar materials "Goodrich Fabric Tirei are black only Sip of Card Digestion. WI f M uecauae we emi-ie- mat ruiur, primarily i M for distinction and association with our When you set b chonful and hannv This o'd ladv you msy know that she has Jefferson "School SILVERTOWN CORD Tires. distinction has resulted in their becom- gool digestion. If your dlgestUn is r fH ing quite the 'rage' if such a term is Impalred'or If you do not relish your r iii,iiiim lima, But their black meals take a dot-applicable to tires. Chamberlain' ttt, Itrrin.JaA.a. lTLMrM for IWi Id 'J of color has nothing whatever to do with Tablets. They strengthen the stomach, aMUW AwMtoUourUsAdlUrft Urif hlp lisiMit. TultW'n .! irtati. Vvt KUutst'w.'! surprising stretch, digestion and cause a impiove the the ka4l'IO I 11 IWOtOB I. t At Cf and MILEAGE of thia gentlement movement of the bowels. "Barefoot-Rubber- " alloy." Obtainable everywhere. Cling-qualitE d p Black-Trea-- "They camo In n flood. In an endjess wood. Although It wns 3 o'clock In shells made It as wave, those Teuton hordes." suld on clear ns day. glvbig the battlefield the ofllcer. "The French guns mowrsl them down nsoct of a fairy scene. In heaps, but still they en mo. pouring Dead Stood In Groups. across the slopes In a ceaseless tide of "From behind us tho French artilhumanity. The German Infantry began their lery llred Into the German masses, the ottack on Monday. Feb. 2. The first German shells Hying over onr heads symptom of the battle favorable to tbe towanl the Oouiiimoiit section. Then French wns the Inability of the Ger- our machine guns, nplaeisl In lotteries bei-ato play, and we mans to silence the French artillery, every Ure yards, From Monopened with strong ro- - saw the dead In groups The offon-lv- e I followed the supply road to coiinolterlng parties udvunclng, where court I Fleury, where tool; the light railin were noted a large prortlou of offi way towanl Veidiin. The heavy guns cers. near Douaumont and Damloup were firing ns fast as they conld Is-- loaded. French Work New Maneuver. "When we passed betwivn the two "Then came the Infantry In great luuiliers. During the next two days silnts the nlr pressure produced by the continuous discharges was so terrific Hie fighting waxed fiercer and llercer. "At first fourteen German corps that Wood rushed from our ears and were engaged, then sixteen and Anally our lungs almost censed working." A combatant, who was In one of tho leventeen corps (3IO.(ifitl mem. Tbo French command ut this point carried most udvnnced trenchm early lu the battle1 of Venlun, ami who has returnout n maneuver which will be recorded is a masterpiece In military history. ed to Paris wounded, says; "At dawn we received 'orders to had Tho German movements uinde under tho cover of woods. In leave the treuch and to retire to a strong position lu the Vain woods, lu ratines and patiently prepared trenches. If the French front of Douaumont. Ilendlng low, we the retired the three or four kilometers bad tried to keep In touch enemy they would have liecn more or through the snow without much loss. "Once In the new trenches we could less fn the dark and the operutlon of not bear one another speak, so great their own ullllery greatly hampered. "If the Germans bad len only fif- was tho noise of the runiionitdlng, and teen ynrds away the French could bnve when ne looked through the srlscopes of we could only see heavy been submerged by the attack, provided the attacking forces were prepared smoke shutting nut the sky with Jets of flrn flashing f hroiiuh thesnowflakcs." In make any arrlhce, but the dlstauce describeil lu the judgment as follows;. ( Kverythinj! for Ornliard. Lawn nnd In liurrard County Ky on the waters Garden. of Kennedy's Fork of White l.ick creek and. bounded ai follows: lleKinniri); at a Write for free Clnlo!ne. No Aftts lioirit in the center of Full l.ick dirt road and corner to Sam Davis; thence & Sons. with said road S 17 VV 1.11 chains; thence leaving said road and a new htiu N Xi VY 1U. 1Z chains lo astake in it wire I Lexington. Kentucky. fence: thence with said fence S fill, V I 191fi Ifil. 2.U1 chains to a stake, St7J W 10 chains to u lence poat; llivncu N ol W, over a hill and across n branch, 10 83chuina to chains, N 117 J a small elm. S 141 w v o.Uicliaina to a slake lu line in 11. l'arsons thence with said I'ursons Nofl warnThe undersigned hereby ir" KClti chains to h stake, corner to Sam not to trespass Um Davis: thence with said Davis S TJi K ing to all 20. 75 chains to a stake. S i:tj K &.U7 our lauds tor any pursise whatever as chains. S iitl r, K dining tothebeKlniiinir we will prosecute all oircnders to ful cuntainuiK Ul acres. extent of tt--s law, Hunters and. the uiiilersiiEiiiu Commissioner will sell said 511 acres of land or so much Fishermen crpeciallv take notice. It. I,. Klkin thereof ns may Im necessary to realize K.I & N II Price the sum hereinafter stati-d- . and if said V. It. Cook. Mrs. Rebecca J, West. tU acies does not realize ut said sale it II. C. Arnold. James O, Conn, rullicient amount In realiz said sum, J. P. lllaml. he will sell ii sullicient number of acres J. C. Morgan. J, II, nnd V. S. Weaver olf of the Moaier farm mid ndjoinini; I .otic Ilros W. T. West. ssid CO acies, which If n psrt of the J. Booth Sutton. Mosier farm or If,2.I.H acres. In order W. I, I.awson and son. Howard King, of land sold will rea Miss Carrie llouldeti, that the amount J, II, Rigsby. lize said sum. John Richardson, Said land to be sold is a linrtofatrnct J. C. Rigsby, of Ifi2.fi8 rcres of land conveyed to Jns. A. C. Miles, J. II. Woods. r . Mosier liy J. H Nave liy tleeii ualeu J. II. Thompson, Jno. M. Farra. December lOlli 1910 and recorded In II. U Kelly. David Steven. Deed Hook No. 2(1, pace iS'J, Garrard Frank Thompson. S. C. Rigsby. County Clerks nllice. The amount to be realized by said I) M. Anderson. J. It. Thompson. Am and Kd Iloumo. sale is tho sum nf ciirht hundred and Davis Sutton fifty dollars. J8S0., with fi per cent In- Mrs. J. Wade Walker. Davo Dudderar. terest thereon from January 1st 1916, We will add other names for 25 cents until paid and the probable costs of cash. this action amount to $160, the to'al sum to be realized heine one thousand dollars and the Interest as shove tited. Fruitand ShadeTrees Strawberry Plants, .Shrubs. Grape Vines, MONDAY, MAUCIl 27th. 'Rhubarb. Asparagus, it beuiK the Urst day of the March term of liiu Garrard County Court llio real Roses, Phlox, Peonies estate iiienlionrd the and III TREES pleadint-- a 'H.F.IIillemneycr r. POSTED lst fl I H Lav. M!lrrI!iJ.Wl!fiIi!l , cling-qualit- light-weigh- T Kit MS. Said sale will be. made on a credit nf six and twelve months and the purchaser will be required to execute bonds one-hal- f the with approved purchase price due in six months und one half in twelve months from date of sale and said bonds hearing Interest at the rate of 6 per cent per annum from date of sale until paid having the force and elTect of a judgement upon which execution may issue if not paid at maRECIPE rOK CRAY HAIR. turity. Said bonds will be made tmy-abTo half pint of water add 1 ox. Ilay to W, II Drown as Master Comnum. a small box of llarbo Compound, and li o. of glycerin. Apply to tlis hair missioner of the Garraid Circuit Court and a lien will be reserved uHin the twlc a wlc until It bscomes tha desired shade. Any druggist can put this up or land aold to secure the payment of said you can mix It at horn at very little cost. bonds. Full directions for making- - and u corns Possession of the land will be given In each box of Ilarbo Compound. It will to the purchaser at the date of sale gradually darken strutted, faded gray upon compliance with tht termi of the balr, and removes dandrurt. It Is excellent for falling hair and will malu harsh sale, balr soft and glossy. It will not color th W. II. BROWN, M. C. O C. C. scalp, Is not sticky or greasy, and doss not G. 0. Swinsbroad, Atty, rua off. Are Yon a Woman? i i J Take ggf I The Woman's Tonic FM SALE AT ALL MUWSTS The Central Record, Thursday Mch 16 1916. SENATE URGES 1 pipe-peace Page 6 Smith Lung Tonic. Relict For Lung Troubles. Coughs, Colds, Hoarsness, Whooping Cough Bronchial EXTRA SESSION Ask Governor Stanley To Issue Call for Taxation Legislation I AMP I.IIIMll Soreness Affection. and Lung PPPPinMD IIPI F M'..M!llVN lll'.l.ll ' Contains no Dope nor Tor or Creosote. Prepared with care by Dr. T. B. Smith the originator of Smith Agricultural Liniment, 48 years test has proven the best. Sold at Stormes' Drug Store, Lancaster. i what others say about the I.ung Tonic Itellof I'nlirnuth, Ky., Sept. 7th, 1911. Mr. Kills Holmes, of McKlnncyspurg, Ky.. who six years ago had been nt the tubercular hospital in Cincinnati four months, and was given to understand he could not live, came to his home nt McKinncyshurg despondent and out of hope, expecting nothing hut to die. Mr. Orie McKlnney persuaded him to Ret one gallon of Smith's I.ung Tonic. Six months thereafter ho was well and his brother says'today that he has never been troubled with his lungs since. Numerous cases have been cured In this county with like results. Jacob SchuIzCompany Incorporated. Closing Hours of General Assembly " ''V Finds Scions on Duty Day and Nlaht. i, , This measure, which Is Indorsed hv Woman Suffrage Put on Shelf. issocl.ttlofis itf merchants, provides for i license or 1250 on Itinerant merchants sod requires them to give Mnd tn the sum of ll.niio. The House passed the Mil of Itepre. Ky. (Special) Without lentallve Mr.Murniy pripcrlMnR n Trankfort, uni I dlssentlnit'VntP, tho Senate passed a form form for wnrehouse receipts. IN THE SENATE. resolution Saturday requesting (Jov-srny pay tdll. fought for The Stanley to call a special sesslm 5f thn legislature) to pass a revenue many sessn ns ny the rnllmds, was pushed through the Kenate hy Kenatora ind taxation hill. The resolution was .strlcklett and Williams by the tote of affered by ilenntnr Spoor, an adminis- i: to z, The Henate concurred hy n vote of tration leader who declnrod that such to 17 In the House amendments to the I bill could be consldrred and paseel Khlht-Meer- s workman's compensation In 30 days. A limit of 30 days Is tdll. Thexe House amendments, restoring a and ri lo the mil anil maklni; Keeiions lUKgestcd In the resolution. A resolution opposing a special ses- It read as It was originally ilmwn, were fought Miter lv. sion offered In tho House failed to get Governor Klnnley and .ttorney-f!enernow nave it in their power to enrecognition. force the lliiuor law. In Kenton nod Camphell Counties. The substitute for Woman Suffrage won In the Sena'e the lireene nntl'Screen MM. which was requested liy (oernor Stanle1 and ohen that bo.iy passed tho Co. txigan, passeil the Senate, rual suHrago bill, 2(1 to 8. It v is ti :. killed In the House when the Henator Huffaker's tdll to provide for resentatlves, by a votn of 10 to 45. the uorklnir of convict on the puMfc accordance with the constltu 'u: refused to adopt the motion of Hep resentatlvc llobbs to put the bill on Its lionai amendments a mlopleil last er, Mouse. to SI. passage. Several efforts havo failed ' Senator llot,ert'on-- s Mil to permit non-I- n children to appear In stage tho House to bring the bill out of hLor t,w'' committee' hands and It Is now The II3US. passed the bill of lVpreiient. stive Youn to authorise regents of normal schimls to limie certificates as teach-Ir- s to Duplin. The House pnsneit the Mil of Itepreeent-stiv- e t'rnwe prcvl.llriK that when corporations niil nmetiiteil articles they must pay the leitnl nrgnnlintlon tax, If they have not alremly dune so. The House paused the Mil of Hennlor Helm. kIvImk the Htnte llnllrimil Commission Kier lei reiulnte the rates of tele, rrnph. telephone nn1 express eompinles. The Mil has p.irsefl the Pli.He anil will herome a lw when It receUes the approval. The Mil uf Itepresenlatlve Dunran to authorise the Stale Mount of i:iertlun Commlesloners. which Is Deiuuerntle. Instead of the Hecietnry of Htnte. who Is Itepuhllrnh, to ili.lKrmte the newspaper oi sinie-wm- e circulation in whlrh the of- ncal election returns shall he mlvertlse,!, was passel, r.t t3:. The I. Ill was nlneml. M to provide that the Election Commls- slon shall cnuse olllcl.it returns to he pith- llshed In "such newspapers as are willing io print tnem rree nr charKe," Itepresenlatlve Hmhn-Itinerant mer Try it yourself if you want personal nnd positive information ns to how delightful Prince Albert really is, smoked in a jimmy pipe or rolled into ! the best makin's cigarette you ever sct-fire-- to For, Prince Albert has a wonderful message and makin's peace for every of man. It will revolutionize your smoke ideas nnd ideals. The patented process fixes that and cuts out bite and parch I nji ffjfeef'JS Ceprr'tht Mil tr K.J, UfftoltJ I I PRINCE ALBERT l II the national joy smoke is so friendly to your tongue and taste that it is mighty easy to get acquainted with. You'll like every pipeful or cigarette better long-burnin- !: Fine Cut Flowers For Phones 339-F All Occasions. Prompt Attention 13- -or 83. All Orders Receive tdll to provide for the submission to the voters of any county of the question whether the county govern ment shall lie changed to the commission Such Incidents as the attempt to Plan at any general election was passed, l' rpllt I'ike County and the Invostlga-- ; Question '' can n,''r ,h' Present law. this l.e sulunltteil only once In tlon that followed It; tho luvestly.atlon l,iKht )trs. W. It. Harvey grow of Representative, Senator Huff.iker's bill to revive the tire u'" "f "u,e p'1""1 uni,nl-Sli- d lug out of a chambermaid's allegations certain that this amendment will pass at this session. t. 'TINX'" not) Senator Helm's j than the last because it is so cool and You'll just sit back and ponder why you have kept away from such joy'us smokings for so long a time I fragrant and g. " Men, we tell you Prince Albert is all we claim for it. You'll understand just how different our patented process makes Prince Albert quick as you smoke it 1 Cay Prtnrm Alktrt rvtrywhtr-- fo&aero li tit loppy rtjbact. Set tidy lint. lOet hantitomm pound and hatf poind tin hamidttt and in pound ctytlal'etcta hwnijjrt wit. top tSat kerpta tobacco t.1 uct prima condition. trj fill n, Wm. F. Miller, Agt. Lancaster. EOS BiMKBITIS, WHQOPliHS 80UEH, CROUP, JHNMBS SHB GOLDS Make the Best Remedy atl Ionic 1 28 Teasroonsful for 50 cents. fair a manner as the below named druggists are selling Schitlmann's New Concentrated Kspectorant, absolutely no causo for complaint or dissatisfaction roulil possibly arise from anyone. These druggists say - "Buy a Untie of this and try it for llrnnchllis. Whooping If everything was sold in as liberal and rem-i-d- y Cough, Severe Cough, Croup or any lironctual Alfcctlon. and we will return your money. Just t!n same as we do with Schiffmann's famous Asthmadur, if it does not give satisfaction, or if not found the best remedy ever uvxl for any of thee complaints." Why not take advantage of this guarantee and try this , medu-meand get your money back, rather than buying another purely on tho exaggerated claims of its manufacturer or on the strength of testimonials from others and run the chance of getting something worthless and also wasting your money' In buyind this remedy, bcsli'ea securing an absolute guarantee of its cfiiciency from these druggists, you also get about chsht times as much medicine as you would in buying most any of the ready-made- . Kinds, which tn erode from 2d to 32 teaspoonsful. because 50c worth makes a whole pint (123 when mixed nt home with pint simply one pint of sugar and one-hal- f of water. This remedy positively does chloroform, opium, morphine not contain or any other narcotic. It is pleasant to take and children are fond of it. You will bo the iolo JudiJc and under this positive guarantee absolutely no risk is run in Luy-in- g this remedy. Druggists everywhere arc authorized to sell it under the same guarantee as Schiffmann's famous Asth-madof "Money Hack" if not perfectly satisfactory. R. J. Schiffmann, Proprietor, Saint Paul, Minn. Guaranteed hero by ,C C. & J. K. Stormes, Lancaster, Ky, ItepresentatUe Joseph 1'hum-phrey's charge, tho assertion of Hep- resentatlvu Harvey that "'a distiller had contrliiiiteil I.j.OOO to tioternor Stanley's campaign fund"; former Representative, Klnood Hamilton's af fldavlt to the effect that Colonel K. II nau conildeu as mucn to Him. tayior and Colonel Taylor's very positive nlal of Hamilton's statement, and the prohibition and various liquor ques tlons are cited aa the reasons for obstructing business legislation at this session by both administration leaders limurgents. and tho e ""xheJim Cro- w- Mil uf Senator Knight, requiring street car companies to furnish separate illiMi.ru for white and colored P"engers. IMssed. 1 to IS. The Mil only aplillea to cities of the first cLlss. The Senate passed a Mil appropriating "5-"the liistern stale Hospital at wnr','inf,,,r',,,egrm-.'','l'- Jl"'1" On A rrrtm U- - al ti'n liJf Ha " Trsxrti Pati(td Jmlf will 39tk. 1907," wkic kai nndc nt sawks onm tsMkcd bttsrtt m rl twivhiri re rl R. J. REYNOLDS TC3ACC0 CO., Tvissloc-Sais- H. C 'r All Senate bills that have passed have been given their first reading In the House, which puts the House In a position to consider any Senate bill which has passed before tno session adjourns. The Senate has pasted about twice as many bills as tho House IN THE HOUSE. of Without n ilIrpehtlnK votf thr Hou nunwt th workmen' Cuinptiatlon act. naie nmcurrtI In ft Thf ilouii ftrnfmlinrnt to th (irrrn Mil nppnirl- t ih mlnir .,000 nimual)) ftir two Kvnlucky lltltrracy rnninil(n, Th fvnutp (umpiI th 1111 2" lo 0. rroIuilon, nuthorlilnn (o Thi llou rrnor Htnnlry tn niMint n conintlsslun tn nmotiK th was mloptfti, 23 rf"Mrntn t tu 0, ItpprmrnUtlvo Muri.hJ Mil to provMti for n rirrk 4r the Tnlire Court In cities uf the veroml clan !meil, 73 tn 2. Itrprenentitthe O'Hrleri'n tilt tn nmentl Fertlon C94, Thll (Vxlf. fto that lioMera of prior llen cut. hrini? ult to enforce uch 11 eh lnferfir Hem fall due. paftseil by n vote of 62 to 2. Iteprenentitthe T It. Jones'a MIL to re quire Krnlel nhiMtl llntrlctn to nmltitnln huh nchtHU or p.iy tuition, w.is pasei Ithrr.trnUtlrn rr appropriation of t;5.0ft0 Is made In Mil for the benefit of tho Central StAte Ilonpltal at lee!and. This money la tn be used for n sewerage )stem, th" Ilonpltal Trustees' has Inn been Indicted for nllearetl iHillutton of the streams In JefTrrnon County. caued hy an Inadequate sewerage system. Senator llrock'n Mil tn reguLite redemption of script and time checks Issued for wagra pannril, 21 to 2. The tdll of Senator Torter tn permit combined bank and trust companies to e orcanlxed In counties having 20,000 tn 40,000 population, with n capital atock of S30.000, passed, 22 tu 5. Henator Combs' pure food Mil passed, 23 to 0, The Mil prohibiting fradulent advertisements passed, 17 tn 2. This Mil Is now tn force In 31 ntates. The Mil waa Introduce I by Representative IVrry. Itepresentatlve's lUdcllffe's bill to require or assessment life and casualty cumpmles to have a $100,000 guaranty fund before doing business panned. 21 tn 0. The House Mil of Uepresentatlve Cook to permit fiscal courts to appoint commissioners to handle road bond Issues panned the Senate. 31 tu a The bill calls for the aptmlntment of four commissioners tn handle the funds derived from Und Issues for Impm.lng roads. The board Is to be ,n l fr "" mmMMi norma -CM SALE DAILY TO ALL ideal wiKTcn i'LAVc:::"::3 LOSS Res - u WINTER TOURSST rAlCiET3 RESOaiS OF THE SOUTH. U.V::. ST.".? CVEfiS: II. C. KING, Tosser.Ber and Ticket Ascnt, 101 Eest ".Iain Stroji, W. u CECXLZIv, Ccncrr.1 Tictcn-c- r A;ir.t, tor full riroRM atioh, apply to n cares r ticket aglkt dn vri 7c It bipartisan. THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Capital $50,000. A. II JENNY, President J, E. STOItMKS. It. T, JMURY, Ass't Cashier. Surplus $30,000. Vice Prcs'L S. C. DKNNY, Cashier. r. J. I.. GllX, Safety Oeposit WE Boxes For Rent. SOLICIT YOUU UUS1NESS. Alex It. Denny, J. II. Posey, J. E. Samual Stormes, S. C. Penny. J. I.. Gill. I)r. W. M. Elliott. Directors. I). Cochran, I W. 9. RIGNEY Funeral Lancaster, Director and Embalmer. Kentucky. OIHce Phono 18. Residence Phone 33. Diaw A Check for the moimy you owe ami note how much more your creditors you. ldr ruble debate. The ItepuMlcaim voted felialnst the reaolutloii nlmoitt ununU tnouily. . llfpresentatlve M. Webb'a Mil tn authorize tho ruardlan of an Infant, or the committee for un Jdlot or lunatic, tu lean nil nine right a panned unanimously. The bill of ItrpreaeiilatUe Ilohba tu ap prupilate S3.2&" for the benefit of tlit Normal and Irnlustrl.il Hchool for Neirruea passed the House by u vote of 61 to 17. Mr. llobbs made thi only speech on tha WU. flvo tlNisentlnir vote. utter el ji dint I net The admlnlatrullon reteiVH In the House In the defeat itf the reeolutlon, lntnducel tij Iteprcaent-atlv- e Joint IVrry, pruldlnx fur the creation of a Kentucky Tax Cummlnloii. The revolution waa oted down 4!) tu Sit. after con onU- llepreentthe llutcrtcmft'ii Mil. tn pn-ll- e for itchiNt) Inwinlfi of the ntemherti In fourth c1hm cltlen, p.iin1 without oppi illion. The Mil of lleprencntnthe U l. Smith tn permit an nppml from Circuit Court In annexation prncttilliiKa hy fourthclaK ClIleN aa paKseil. The lloutie concurritl In Henate amendment to Vhlle"n Mil tn aiithortie the Icp.irtmetit of IMucittlon In employ and lleprehcntatlve Civok's Ml) tn permit rtncnl courtn to name rmnmUslomi tn handle road hond ltnue The Mil of IteprcKentatUV Kiank J Itntwri tu resrutate the fees of MafiUtrutev. County JulRrn and rollce JuiIkch wai lenimel, 67 to 2. The hill of Itepreoentatlve It.urett to Itcetme hoxlni; rxhlLiltlorm under the nu pnUhri of an .tMtie Uunl of Control panned without dlocuHlon hy a op ofNH d tn 27, The Mil lepallteii hoiitiL I'luha tn Khe nuut uay an annual licence of S00, The iMlarlea of the in embers of the Athletic Hoard uf Control are paid from tho fund thua collected The llotine unaiilmoiiKly passed the hill. ?r uepreKfmaiive .Murphy tu nuthnrtre tcliiMtl iHKirda In cltleM of the aecond clara tn create InaurancM fundi, Keprencnta live liuncaD'a Mil to rtulate the iktcklpc and Kiiolliiff of apple alto waa Klven n unanimous ote. Iteprcaentathe rurnelfa hill tn prmlde for the collection of delinquent tavea In a fourth and cltlca iLitrntsl unanimously Iterreaentathe I'urnphrf ' Mil jo nvake the lnltl.il carrier HaMe. to the holder of a hill of lad nt for the cargo curried win panned without opposition. Uepreientathe Dorinan's Mil tu con truct atreeta on the tenyear pain-n- t plan 111 fnt,rlhf laaa cttlea jkihiuhI with - unnnlmouHly. nl tn ment companies, waa aioed, Those voting against the bill were Senators Helm. Hu (Taker, Speer. Strlcklett and Thompson. The bill of Senator Scott to regulate drainage, w hlch cm era a defect In the 1912 act. passed. 31 tu 0. The emergency clause was stricken from the bill. Senator Speers bill amending the statutes creating an Kxamlnlng Hoard of Nurses passed. 32 to 0. Not n dissenting vote waa cast najalnnt the bill of Senator Uttrell to authorize the pavment of the tnded Indebtedness The of the Western Normal ttchool. school Is authorized tu apply $1,000 an nuallv from Its appropriation to this in debtedness until paM. ttiiiresentntlve Trmdwaa bill to pro vide for three state desltorles passed the Senate. IS tn 7. The tdll was amended o thit state depositories must Have capiThe State tal and surplus of $50,000. Hanking Commissioner Is not given the of examining national kinks If they ure Mlected as state deposdtorlc. The bill of Senator Thompson tu renulre courts tu pass on nil denurrers before ends of terms passed. 23 to 1, Senator uffaker opposing It. The Mil of Senator Knight to chang the name of the Kentucky Institution for I M uca tlon of the IMInd tu Kentucky State School for the Wind, and provide $20,000 annually, was passed, 27 to 0. The bill of Senator Arnett regulating and prohibiting rallrouU corporation from buvlng stock In competing lines passed. 20 to 0t Senator Strlcklett explained the bill nnd urged Ita passage The bill of Senator Kvnns, giving tho County Judge the deciding vote In a deadlock In county school boards over tlMlnrr a vacancy on the toard, waa "amended by State Senator Comb, giving the appoint ment tn the State Supeilntendent of Tub- He Instruction, nnd the bill passed. 23 tn 1. Senator Strlckletfa bill providing that n cities of t e second class the IHtllce nnd Fire Detnitm nta shall b put under ed, 23 tu 0. civil srv' waa accorded Senator Tay- lai v I e Holding for the establishment aanltoilum and niithotlilng id district taxation for this I Senatora favored the Mil 1 i.one opposed lt Hy a votaof IS to 9 the Mil of He rut or Itogera tn change the date for payment of taxes tn June 1, and ni'ike them delinquent the 1st day of March follow I nu, passed, An amendment adopted gives the Sheriff one year In which to settle with the state and county. 8. M. Ilradley, of Morehead, took the oath of ofllce as Senator from the Thirty-fift- h District. He waa elected tu nil the vacancy treated by the death of Hr, J. 1. Uradley la a Republican, nnd Kuwait. his election gives the minority paity 10 votes In tha Senate. 21 An amendment adopted provides all counties which already have voted trond Issues, and where the tonds have not been Issued or sold, may, operate under the prnvUlons of the hn The "blue sky" law. regulating Invest- tht Travel thsre onths "St. Loui3 Special" equipped with electric lighted steel coaches, through drawing room sleeping cars to Jacksonville and new dining car ser vice to Asheville, nnd from Asheville to Jacksonville. The trip via Asheville is through "The Land of the Sky",the only scenic route to Florida. Very low home- seekers fares and winter tourists' fares now ii effect; with stopovers and other special features. . Oct full information and fares f.om the Local Southern Age :nt. or write ,0 B. H.Todd, District Passenger Agenaoui.viUe. The Southern Railway is the direct line to AshevilIe,Aiken,Augusta,Char-lesto- n, Columbia, Savannah, Summer-vill- e and other southern resorts. . V &JtiriZwteS Cii I L .J1 A4 , 'i t . . I K,. J. K . ft . jLffiffi- . Southern Railway .BUENA VISTA T. M. Scott is on the sick list. Ask Stormes about your paints for fM4 W W W. ? '','1SW ;i;fe',l i'M kVi'-- i ' sprinc. Mr. Howard Askins left Monday for Missouri. Master Cheater Eviins of Danville is visitinn relatives. Miss I.ura Jennings is visiting her brother in I.uncaiter. Miss Henrietta Mays is in Lexington for treatment of her eyes. Mrs I. 1). Hacker who has been very ill is much bdtter nt this writiri;. The little child of Mr. and Mrs. It. li. McMurtry U ill with pneumonia. Prof. 1. 1). Hacker sold to Mr. Otho Montgomery a line horse for $150. Miss Allie Duncan of lliuruiii is the guest of J. W. Askins and family. Mr. Don Askins spent the week's end wlth.Mr. Amos Skinner of Shakertown Mrs Orpha Ruble of Danville is the Sliest of her ton, Mr. W. I'. Ruble and family. The enterUinmcnt given by the School Satuiday evening was well attended $1'J. C5 was made. Mr. Williams nnd family motored from Louisville and spent the week-enwith Mr. nnd Mrs. Will Smallev. Mr and Mrs Thus C. Scott of liar, rodsburg and Miss (irace Hawkins of llurgiu spent Sunday with J. K. Scott mid family. When lo Take ' Store R. E. McROBERTS & SON. Chamberlain's Tablets. They like to do business with a mun who has nu account at the Garrard Bank & When you feel dull and stupid after eating. When When When When When When When meals. When Trust Go. likv way. lietter I doing luuineas In a butdpesa They know They open audi an account even If your alTaira are not large. will grow all right. Phone 43 constipated or bilious, you have u sick headache. you have a sour stomach. vou belch after eating. you have indigestion. nervous or despondent. vou have no relish for your The Central Record $1.00 Per Year In Advance. Lancaster, Kentucky. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company For all Kinds of Job Printing. your liver Is torpid. Obtainable everywhere. r 1 Page 8 The Central Record, Thursday Men 6 I9 o. 1 1 CHOICE FIELD SEEDS. WE HAVE BLUE-GRAS- S, A FULL LINE OF TIMOTHY, CLOVER, ORCHARD GRASS AND OATS SEED bought early before any advance took place, that we can sell you right. Call and inspect our line, THEY TEST HIGH. If you want good COAL, try a load of BLACK BETSY next time you are in town. We want your produce at the highest market price. Phone 70. I BAILEY & MOSS, Lancaster, Ky. MANSE. HUSBAND RESCUED AN INTERESTED READER. Mr. Wm. Lee Scott now of 2534 Park Ave, Cincinnati havl 'g read in a recent Issue of the Central Record the Concord Hymn sung at the completion of the monument in memory of the minute men, who took part in the battle of April 19 1776, sends us a splendid photo he took of the Concord llridge in 1911. Concord points proudly to this monument and says, we furnished the minute men, also Emerson who wrote of them ar.d Daniel Chester French, the sculptor who made the mcnument. Mr. Scott also sends us a picture he took of the Old North Church from which tower gleamed the twin lanterns on that memorable night warning Paul Revere that the English were coming by sea. Another interesting picture is '.he Washington Elm at Cambridge under which branches Washington took com mand of the American Army July 3, GOING SKY HIGH. ' Optimistic Thought. people mako tbo best Rev. Hobert Smith will preach at Falrview Sunday morning. DESPAIRING WIFE Mr. Charley Gooch, of Kirksville' jneee below thii hr.ainim (at to. eiclu spent Sunday with his home folks. of oor farmer uh.crlbers. and le for Thero will be preaching at Manse, the fIe of nock, cikiii aud mcli Ihiun on Alter Foot Tears of DiuouragiHf farm at Ine farmer cannot aford 10 adver- - Friday night, Saturday and Sunday. accepted, orer lour tlae. No notice wilt Mrs. W. P. Anderson and children Conditions, Mrs. Bullock Gave only In '.no t.'.nei ol the llnee, and will be spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Husband Up in Despair. free of charge ccosd. Conn. Came to Rescue. Mr. Hugh Conn has returned from Fresh Jersey,.cows for sale. "G. B. Swinebroad. Harlan, Co , where he spent the past Catron, Ky. In an interesting letter week. from this place, Mrs. Bettie Bullock FOR SALE:-- peafowls. Phone 357-Mr. ana Airs. Ueorge Uollins were writes as follows : "I suffered for four V. A. Henderson, Lowell. Ky. the guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. D, years, with womanly troubles, and during good. Hot Blast Florence Creech, Sunday. For Sale;-this time, I could only sit up for a little) heater, number 63. Apply at this office. Miss Sallie M. Anderson was the while, and could not walk anywhere at week-enguest of her friend. Miss all. At times, I would have severe pains me White Wy'ndottRoos For In my left side. Allie W. Creech. Ky. ten. Robt Fox, Marksbury, The doctor was called in, and his treatMr. Jery Higgins had the misfortune Mrs. G. A. Ballard of Paint Lick has to losrt a valuable mare Sunday night ment relieved me for a while, but I was soon confined to my bed again. After eggs for setting, from Rn.glet Barred He regrets the loss very much. that, nothing seemed to do me any good. Rocks, for sale. Mrs. Joe Sowder, of Illinois, has been I had gotten so weak I could not stand. called to the bed side of her daughter, Wyandott eggs For and I gave up in despair. Mrs. John Green, who is very ill. per setting 60 cents. At last, my husband got me a bottle of S. L. Layton. Nina, Ky. many oi me irienas una loved ones Cardul, the woman's tonic, and I com regiet to hear that Mr. and Mrs Lewis menced taking it From the very first Seed com.v for Anderson are going to leave this week dose, I could tell it was helping me. I M. S. Simpson, Lancaster, R R 3. for Ohio where they will make their can now walk two miles without its tiring me, and am doing my work." Mr. J. C. Fox sold 8 nice team of home. If vou are all run down from womanly borse mules last Monday to ill Lynn troubles, don't cive ud in desnalr. Try Woods, for $350. Appearances Deceptive. Cardul, the woman's tonic. It nas helped Beware, so lone as you live, of Judg more man a minion women, in lis ou U. L. Burton bought a pair of 3 year years of wonderful success, and should ing men by their outward aDDearance old mules of Q. S. Ualrd, of Bsrei, for surely helo you. too. Vour druggist has La Fontaine. $380. sold Cardul for years. He knows what It will do. Ask him. He will recomW. B. Burton bought pair of aged mend it Begin taking Cardul today. Unlucky Superstition. mules In Richmond Uit Mgnday for Superstition If what makes a man Co IMHt' Wrilt to! OutMneofi Mr4kl tor CMtMnoufi. 1365. liable to be run over by a truck while Advltory.Dret., your cam mj i.rm.. book. XKM Hone hatruttwit on be Is out In the road trying to see Treelnenl lor Woowa." MM In pUIn wrapper. Eat-Charlie Dear) sold a pair of four the new moon over his right shoulder. old mare mules to Sarri Q.wt ni ip Stsn. ford last Monday, for 35Q, Physical Limitation. S. G. Eites sold nice saddle, mare Uncle Jack asked little Celie If she HUNTERS TAKE NOTICE. to Mr. John Andetaw, of Hubble for didn't want him to play with her. Oh, no," she said, "we're playing $150. This Agreement Witnesseth; That Indian, and you're no use, 'cause you're in order to protect the game on our scalped already." Chicago Tribune. Four good Hemp brakes for sale. lands for a period of three years we W. H. Hamilton, bind ourselves not to hunt thereon, nor Marksbury, Ky. The Long Trail. permit anybody else to do so, and we Tbo search for the elixir ot life and further agree to prosecute with diliGold grade Jersey Cow for sale. the philosopher's stono has been aban- gence all persons who violate the game G. A. Swinebroad, doned, but the hunt for some kind of laws of Kentucky or trespass upon our Lancaster, Ky. tax that will arouso no objection conlands for the purpose of hunting. Ana tinues. Washington Star. FOR SALE:-22bales of timothy hay. further agree to act as Deputy Game Wardens for the purpose of carairs. Anna Hubble, Hubble, Ky. Proof of Love. rying out this agreement. Except each baled Timnlhy FOR "I am satisfied that young Spoon-ove- r U desperately In love with my of us have the right to kill rabbits on Hay. G. II. Sutton, niece." stated the Old Codger. "He our ."arms or permit it to be done by Preachersville, Ky. listened to my views on politics for another under our'aupervision, or the ' , For Sale Two year old olack Jack. nearly halt an hour last night as If he supervision of some responsible and really enjoyed hearing me," Ex- reliable person selected by us. Will trade for pair of'young mules. This November 16th, 1916, Sam Harris, Hubble, Ky. change. R. L. Elkin. J. E. Robinson, For Sale Registered Kentucky Red W. H. Brown, J no. M. Farra. Man Unfit to Trust. Berkshire sow and 3 male pigs. Alex Walker, Beware of him who flatters you, and W. I). Burton, G. P. Terrill. T. A. Elkin, commends you to your face, or to one Haselden Bros , F. M. Tinder. For Sale Three sows and pigs, home who he thinks will tell you ot It; J. II. Dalton, Logan Hubble, raised. Also pair of four year old most probably ho has cither deceived John II. Smith. G. M. Deshon, and abused you, or means to do bo. .1. N. Ross, Will sell cheap. mules. Fat Remember the table of the fox com- Fisher. Herring, II. B. Cox, Sweeney Morgan. mending the singing of the crow, who Hughes Bros, J. W. Sweeney, something In her mouth which Withers Bros, bad 1 will give awuy u lot of wood if haulW. M. Mahan, ed, when the ground is dry or frozen. the fox wanted. Hale. William, Marcus and Jim White. This wood in SJ wiles on Fall Lick pike. J. U. Pope, B. F. Wilmot, O W. Estes. Mrs. David Chenault. Fred J. Conn, Problem Balked Philosopher. W. R. Cook, It la curious to recall that Herbert J, tV. Elmore, For Rent, Spencer hoped to take out a patent for T. C. Rankin. Huffman Bros, a "flying machine." Only, be bad giv- Sam Cotton. Wm. G. Anderson. House and 10 acres of corn land. en up as hopeless the problem since T. M. Arnold. Jr, W. B. Moss P. T. Brown. solved by tho aeroplane, regarding it R. E. Henry. Jno. M. White. as Impossible to carry the For Sale. Bright Herring, r required for a A. D. Bradshaw, and Pair nice blocky mules. Good workers. long flight. Ills Idea was suggested It. L. Barker. Will sell one or both. by tho principle of the kite, and Involved tho drawing through the air ot J. W. Elmore. s an inclined plane by Iron For Sale or Trade. attached to an endless wire rope moved by stationary engines. A Sure Hatch Incubator holds 220 eggs cheap if taken at once. L. B. Runey, Lancaster, Ky.. R. F. I). 3. tre-tiiSale-Sod SaIe:-Callc- o FARMER'S COLUMN yr fl Owners of newspapers and job print of thlngi. ing establishments are becoming alarm, ed over the startling increase In the1 Optimistic Thought. cost of all kinds of paper stock. In Wo have no room for the riant man. the past three weeks there has been an ' but plenty of spaco for tbo man with Slant mind. increase of more than 30 per cent. From one to ten per cent increaie is an. nounced almost dally, and not a paper ,, M(th8d Ne(d of Cire house in the country will quote prices' without care and method the for ten days. All mut be for lm-- j est fortune will not. and with them acceptance. This increase' most the smallest will, supply all y expenses. hits druggists and other Ird Chesterfield, ers. It the Increase continues many of the smaller newspapers and job' Dally Thought. printing plants will be forced out of Most potent, effectual for all work business. A bad feature in connection whatsoever Is wise planning, firm, with the great advance in prices is the combining and commanding among fact that the quality of all papers is men. Curlyle. inferior. Even papers like the Cincinnati Enquirer and Courier-JournSource of His Ambition. are forced to uae n shabby looking I havt) always wanted to bo a desheet which is almost as yellow and tective." confessed Casper Cawstlck. rough as wrapping paper. The lack of "so that could poVo my nose Into 1775. bleaching prepaations, due to the war, other people's business while minding has put a crimp in the paper manufac- my own business." Exchange. turing business. SIGN OF SPRING. In the Days Gone By. It is a sure sign that spring is near-in- g Have your Horse and The father of a football player must when the suhurbanit and the dwel- Jack pride to think of the feel thrill cards printed at The , timesa gone byot when he could promise ler in the small town beings to look Central Record Office. tho boy a licking with confidence In over the fruit and flower catalogues he nls ability to mako good. has received from enterprising seed and nursery firms. He first of all gazes FARMING IMPLEMENTS AT with admiration on the colored plates Long Pull. which depict in alluring colors the most Personally, wo never expect to bays) BARGAINS; beautiful flowers, the most succulent any trouble with our appendix. We Clover Leaf manure spreader, prac- think the dentist pullod It out when vegetables and the choicest fruits, ard as hi thus gazes temptation seizes him tically brand new. Superior small grain be fetched that tooth. Galveston and he succumbs. Enthusiastically be drill, in perfect condition, used only one News. farm wagon, with selects tht seeds and trees he wants season. new body and hay frame. Double harand, such is the suggestive influence of Buddhism. tba pictures and the description, that ness for farm wagnn team. All from An Interpreter of Buddhism tells of R. E. Hughes farm on Lexington pike. his imagination runs riot and he can the eight fold path by which that, teacher directed to Nirvana, "the absee already his garden blooming and piTered for sale, singly or collectively, fruiting like a very Gardep of Kdsn. on easy terms; Negotiable notes to run sence of craving." The points are as bearing C per cent follows: Illsbt comprehension, rlgbi six or nine With the eagernest of a child he waits Interest, or months, cash. resolution, right speech, right way of impatiently for the goods to come ar.d Implements stored at warehouses of earning a livelihood, right efforts, for the ground to get into proper con Hudson. Hughes and Farnau. Call by rlsht thoughts, right state of a peacedition and then but that's a different phone 2tj or drop in their office on Crab ! ful mind. story that awaits the telling. urchara street, Lancaster KV. I ! station-loasar1 Two-hors- e bitually admire. Chesterfield. Dally Thought We Insensibly Imltat'o what we ha- Live Up to the Part. No longer talk at all about the kind of man that a good man ought to be, but be such. Marcus Aurellus. Prolific-- Lake Erlt. Lake Krle nrodueee mnrn fUli In thn square mile than any other body ot waicr in iuo wunu. lars-goo- d ' nec-als- o cess. True Martyr Soon Passes. Peopto who talk about themselves aa martyra never arc A true martyr never aurvlves to enjoy his sucWhy Foot Races Are Fixed. Truth crushed to earth will rise again, but before It gets all the dust' brushed off the lie haa gained fire miles. Toledo Wade. Artificial Gold Fish. The artificial coloring of gold fish to meet prevailing tastes by keeping them In water containing certain chemicals Is extensively carried on in Sicily. Protect Com era of Books. Having discovered what will keep the eerntrs ot books from getting torn when bslpg packed away, I pass It on to other. Cut up one Side of an envelope and slip It over th cover of the books. I have ui4 Ihls method for packing away valuable books Exchange. Our relations are far too artificial and complicated, our nutriment and mode ot lira without their proper nurture and our social Intercourse la without proper lore and good win. Every one Is polished and courteous, but no one has the courage to be. Qetthe'a Criticism. hearty and truo. Ooetbe , A. B. EOBEETSON & BEO. The Store That Sells Wooltex. SALEi-Somenlc- e There is a quiet elegance about these two Wool tex models that will please the older woman as well as the miss - They show the youthful silhouette which is fashion's imperative demand for spring. They show more than mere stylej. They show real clothes character of the kind sought by women who apwell-fitti- ng features. motor-engin- e motor-powe- wire-cord- MONEY preciate fashionable garments that and are also becoming, serviceable. A TRIM For Sale. Professor Redd Four milk cows, 2 fresh and one to (No. 439058) be fresh in a few days, also two sows and pigs and two sows to farrow in a I will stand this registered short few days. T, W. Conn. horn bull at my place near Point Leavell, TO LOAN on STREET MODEL You will appreciate the moderate prices, when you examine the soft textures of the line wool or silk fabrics. Such fabrics, carefully tailored by most constitute one reason why Wooltex garments keep their trim shapeliness, week in and week out. Our first display of Wooltex Sprint styles includes many more models equally becoming to older women Let us show them to you this week. New Demi Tailored Model. Farm Lands F. CHAMP, Bank. 7 BUlt At $2.00 Gash. This handsome animal Is by Polled King. .177390, dam My Bri un dal Rose 1639C8. In amounts of $2,500 and up. Smart new spring model, equally good for smaller worn en. Jacket is loosely belted: buttoned-baccorners of side slashes give novel trimming effect. Full skirt gathered to A trim, fashionable belt. street suit. (No. 6890.) k The artistic skill of the Wooltex designers was never better employed than In this suit. Tailored with special care and embroidered with rare taste, It Is both elegant and rellned. Touches of silk ornamentation add to Its beauty. An entirely new model In finest materials. (No. 4820.) There Is real economy In buying Wooltex tailored Suits with all their superiority of style apd quality at $25to$45, coats at $15 to $35. IaKualedsauitarycans. Finest for table anilxikuig. Ask your grocer for it. Heud iwuUl curd (or Loo Vict of I'rito Recipes to 1'. DUFF k BOK8 920 DuquaaM Way, ruubiugb, Ta. W. J. W. HILL. pd. Citizens National A. B. ROBERTSON i & BRO., DANVILLE, KY. Lancaster, Kentucky.