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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): October 19, 1916 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1916 cen1916101901_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): October 19, 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 RELiaiOh, UNTARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT TWENTY SEVENTH TEAR. LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, OCTOBER 19. 1916. NUMBER It. PR E PA II D NESS 'a 1 We are roady to answer the call for I mgf Us That $ Krcsh oysters at Zimmers. OIT MONDAY IS COURT DAY, COME IN AND BAPTIST CHURCH Reriral Drawing Splendid Audiences. rhurrli la. I w,k rnntlnttr. with unabated interest and the church Is crowded to its capacity at every evening service, beside being comfortably filled at the morning meetings. Rev. bmvlie Is preaching some strong sermons and together with the splendid music, much pood should develon from these services which will continue The revival which began at the S T 0 Y E SILVER TEA. lias Kitchen Utensils Of Every Description. See Our 'White Beauty Assortment' ENTIRELY NEW AND AT ATTRACTIVE PRICES. " again, on again, Ed Walton sold ar,ain. A much-neede- d Sunday night. The Ladies Missionary Society will throughout the week. hold their annual Silver Tea at the 5 and I Oc Counter a Specialty. FIRST COMEFIRST SERVED. Don't Miss This Opportunity. CONN BROS. LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. rain broke the drouth Presbyterian church Tuesday evening. EVERY BODYJREAD THIS October 31st, Hallowe'en. Everybody is cordially invited. A Lancaster Is Out Of Water. Mass Although wo have had several killing frost the Park is still a thing of beauty Meeting Is Called. RALLY AT NINA. with its scarlet sage and cannas. Men and women of Lancaster art There will be a Democratic rally at I will pay 25 cents per hundred for urged to assemble at the Courl House old Magazines, this week. Call me at Nina school house this evening, begin Frid h.v evening nt 7.00 o'clock to con 43. Hill Farris. ning at seven o'clock. Several promt sidcr what shall be done. It may be nent speakers of local fame will address A note from Elder F. M. Tinder this meeting and qulttj n good crowd weeks before you have any more water from the lake. The future is more states he is having n big meeting with will attend from this section. serious than tho present. Its your crowds at every service, but will return You must solve the problem. business. home Saturday night and All the pulpit SMITH PROPERTY SELLS Don't fail to attend this meeting. at the Christian church Sunday morning L. G. Davidson, Mayor of Lancaster. The resident property advertised by Cnburn,s Greater Minstrel Show Mr. J. W. Smith was sold publicly last which plavcl a t Komans' Opera Saturday afternoon and as the property TERRIBLE ACCIDENT House Saturday night was great was so desirable a number of bidders ly enjoyed by n crowded house. The developed during the aale. It was Albert Deathman Is Killed And English famous singer, Lester Lucns. who is a finally knocked off to Dr. J. S. Gilbert great favorite here was with them as for $3375. Dunn Severely Cnt And Braised was also aevernl black face comedeans, singers and dancers. When Ford Tarns Turtle. S LORENC! Make Your Home Comfortable. A No. 53 Florence Heating Stove will heat four and five rooms. Make your home like summer all the winter. ENJOYABLE CONCERT The concert given by the young children of the I, 0. O. F. home of LexDanville was thrown into great S3 ex citement Friday night shortly after six o'clock when the informatiou was tel- 99 ephoned in from the home of Mr. John Ilaughman, on the Lexington pike, that a bad automobile mishap had occurred near his house. Several automobiles were at once dis patched to the scene to render every aid possible, and take the injured men to the hospital. Mr. Heathman, who Pamts- - All Kinds. All Sizes. The Presbyterian General Assembly had decided in future to ordain no man for the ministry who uses tobacco. The old men who are enslaved by the weed rray still chew the cud or burn incenso to their idol, but the young, preachers must all be free men. ington, at the Auditorium last Friday evening proved to be one of the most delightful entertainment of the season. The house was practical filled and the door receipts amounted to nearly $75. FARM SELLS Haselden I Lancaster. - - -Bros., Kentucky 1 Holds Fire All Night. Window Glasss WcRoberts Drug Store YOU NEED A FLASH LIGHT TOO. NICKLE CLUB 1 KEEPING PRICES DOWN When you ore ready to buy & 55 mL Scl WM GROCERIES and MEATS just bear in mind tlint this is the store where prices are always kept down to the limit. High prices never prevail here. When you want good service Just remember that our motto is to give the best goods and the best service for the least money and we do it. DAVIDSON & TOMLINSON. m If you need a wagon, you cant beat the II OLD HICKORY. W. J. ROMANS Lancaster, Ky. Dr. J. A. Amons, sold to Mr, Joe was critically injured, expired just Charity supper to be given by the "Nickel Club" at Paint Lick at the Kelly, the farm of Mrs. N. E. Kelly afterbe rehedthe hospital, only Hall, Friday evening, Oct. 20th. Ad containing 103 acres, for $10,000, poss- -' drawing one or two breaths. He uever ession to be given January 1st. This regained consciousness. His head was mission 25;ts. is considered one of the b?st producing mashed in and it is believed also that farms in that section and competent his neck-wbroken by the teriff im PIE SUPPER judges of land say the price is a rea- pact. Mr. Dunn was found not seriously For the benefit of the school a nie sonable one. hurt, though he btrtr a gash over the supper will be given at Sycamore School eye that was stitched up, and several house next baturday night. Prizes PROGRESSIVE CITY. other minor bruises. He will be all will be given away, pies for everybody We have just received a copy of the right in a few days, though he is sufand everybody Invited. Daily Press, of Paragould, Arkansar, fering much from the great shock to sent by our good friend, Mrs. W. A. his nervous system. BRYANTSVILLE RALLY Yantis, of that city. It shows what a It is not known exactly what caused Hon. Audrey F. Adkins, of Coving wonderful progressive city has develop- the accident, except that Mr. Dunn, ton, will address the citizeni of Bry- - ed through its public spirited citizens who was at the wheel, admitted that antsville next Monday night. We pre- and looks almost tempting enough for he was running at ateriffic speed. The car which turned turtle, was badly de dict a good hearing for him in this a Kentuckian to seek a home there. molished. thriving hamlet of lower Garrard. Great sympathy is extended the Hon. K. H. Tomlinson will preside at CAR OVERTURNS. family of Mr. Heathman aa he was a this meeting and introduce the speaker young man. The of the evening. While returning from the Roosevelt most exemplary speaking at Stanford last night, Mr. many friends of Col. and Mrs. Ike Dunn the sad II. Clay Sutton had the misfortune to and English also deplore REPUBLICAN SPEAKING overturn his cat at the White Oak lane, accident. Hon. S. II. Kash of Corbin. Ky., will but fortunately none of the occupants speak in the interest of the Republican were hurt in the least In the car with SPLENDID AUDIENCE Ticket at the Court House in Lancaster, Mr. Sutton, was Mrs. Sutton, Mr. and at 1:30 p. m.. and at Paint Lick at 7:30 Mrs. F. B. Marksbury and Mr. E. W. Chas. H. Brongh p. m, on Saturday, October 21st. Mr. Morrow. Aside from a broken wind Greets Gorernor-EIec- t Kash is a splendid speaker, and every shield and a bent top, the car is not Monday Night. Maslerfut Address body is invited to hear him. seriouslr damaged. This is the third Popularly Receired. Republican County Committee. accident at thia lane In the last two years. One of the most representative audi BUYING MULES ences that has ever arsembled to hear A GOOD ORDINANCE. Mr. R. H. Price, of Townville, S. C. a public speaker, was presented Mon has been In the city for the past week We notice where, in Shelbyville, tho day night in the Lancaster court house buying mules for the southern market City council has given property owners to listen to the convincing, arguments. and has just shipped two car loads fair notice that the ordinance prohibit oratory and entertainment furnished by which he bought of Messrs. R. I. , It. L. ing the burning of leaves on the streets Governer elect, Chas. H. llrough, of and W. It. Uurton at prices ranging of the city will be strictly enforced. It Arkansas. Gov. llrough is a fluent from $125 to $200. Twelve of the buuch was also announced that the city would speaker; he is a convincing speaker, he purchased of R. L. Uurton, that haul off the leaves twice weekly, if and it may be said to his credit, one of averaged about $184.00 a head. property owners would collect them in the fairest speakers his large and ap We won preciative audience ever iisteued to, piles at convenient places. the national campaign RESIGNS AS DEPUTY CLERK der how many people know how un The issues of by him in a most mas healthy the burning of leaves is to say were discussed Mr. Ed M. Walker, after four years nothing of the disagreeable smell and terful manner. He did not criticise his or more of efficient service as deputy danger to property. See medical opponents in politics, but rather gave county clerk, resigned his position last journals as to unhealthfulnes. them the credit of being as honest in Saturday and will move with his esti their;belief as is he himself. He did mable wife to Dayton O, where he has not indulge in billingsgate but chose the BIG LAND DEAL. accepted a lucrative position. Mr. tho most refined and courteous terms Walker made an Ideal official, being one of the when referring to republican leaders Colonel I. M. .Dunn, always ulTable and agreeable and the local real estate men, put over an and voters. Gov, llrough is an orator friends of both he and Mrs. Walker He of no mean ability, and his audience other big land deal yesterday. will regret to know that they will leave and delighted with his sold Mr. J. C. Rankin's farm to Mr. wus charmed our city. Many times he would drift off G. V. Pence and the papers were signed speech. yesterday. The farm is located in Gar- into flights of oratory and and effective DR. GANFIELD TO SPEAK. rard county, about nine miles from ing that were beautiful,"My wife is Danville, and two miles from Marcellus. in their application. Friday evening the 27th Dr. Ganfield. It is known as the Mort Robinson farm, Kentuckian" he said, "and all that I President of Central College will speak and the tract sold contains a fraction am, or will ever be, is due to her.' to the citizens of the town and county over 142 acres. The consideration was He paid many handsome and deserved at the Court House, on the subject, $123.50. This makes the third time compliments to the town of Lancaster "What Maxes a Town Worth Living Col. Dunr has sold this farm, the first and Garrard county, adding that he In?". This address will be entirely lime to Mr. L. McClure at $100 per felt sure that the voters would recog tree, no collection taken. It is through acre, later to Mr. Rankin at $105, and nize the worth of their present chief the work of the Civic Club that Dr. executive and the great service he has again fur $123.50. Ganfield has been invited to speak. done for the country at large. He pre. Don't miss this opportunity. dieted the election of President Wilson by a big majority. DEMOCRATIC SPEAKING Gov. llrough has just returned from W. C T. U. And Rally Next Monday At Court House. an extended trip through the north "Good Citizenship" was the topic making campaign speeches in the in under discussion at the W. C. T. U. The Campaign Committee lias made terest of the present administration. Saturday afternoon. Public spirit is arrangements with the Hon. Andrey F. He said that the popularity of Mr. WII an interest In the welfare of others, a Adkins, of Kenton county, to speak in son was increasing dally, even tli desire to better th material and moral the court house at Lancaster next Mon- states of Ohio, Indiana and Wisconsin conditions of the community. It Is day afternoon at 1:30 o'clock. Mr. would come Into the Democratic fold in patriotism applied to local conditions, Adkins is a young lawyer of Covington the November election. Every citizen should take an Interest Ky. was one of the leaders of the ProThe visit of Gov. llrough will be long In public affairs, good citizens should gressive party four years ago, and this remembered by those who were fortu encourage good officers and help them year was a delegate from the nate enough to hear him Monday night. do their duly. Citizenship is a res to the National Progressive Con He Is a genial, wholesoul scholarly ponsibllity. The ballot box presents ventlon, which was held in Chicago on gentleman whs is well posted on the He left duty. "He serves his party best who the seventh day of last June. He is political Questions of the day. serves the country best, nothing is now supporting President Wilson and Monday night to All a series of en' politically right which is morally will make a speech that every Demo- gagements throughout central Ken' wrong". "A politician thinks of the crat and former Progressive should lucky. His tour will unquestionably next election, a statesman of the next hear. Mr. Adkins will speak at Paint count many votes for Mr. Wilson and generation." the democratic party Lick Tuesdsy night. as word-painstate-at-larg- e W, 0. Funeral Lancaster, SPANISH CAKE. Office Phone 18. RIGNEY Embalmer. Kentucky. RAISIN POUND.CQ Residence Phone 33. Director and Notice to the Public. I have moved my stock of goods into the adjoining building and will be there during the time that my store is being remodeled. I wish to thank my customers for all past favors and to assure them that they will receive the same courteous treatment as heretofore. We will be a little crowded, but my stock will be kept up as formerly. Phone 20. r m 73 W r o m o O m r o z CO Theo Currey. ' c z CD See Border of "Ad" for Names of Cakes. m IAI (fl'llllHd 3103HO OX S I H d3 2 1 H I 9) I 1 i Hup mobile. KINNAIRD BROS. Agents. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. i 1 i I V'r. ' . The Central Record, Thursday Oct 19, 1916. IT'S THREE YEARS OLD Every Good Overcoat Style Produced for Fall Is at Your Command Here. Your own conception of the right overcoat style, our own style idcns and hundreds of style ideas conceived by the country's best manufacturers arc here. But Mrs. Waller Syi It's Just as Good Today as When ll Was Firs' Made. Three venra ago Mrs. Walter testified to complete relief from kidney ills. I.nter ho says that there lina not been the slightest return ot the trouble. Lancaster sufferers will tnke n dent of comfort In Mrs, Walter's ttntcmont. Ilea J wlint She says: Mrs II. I'. Walter, Hill St.. I,an. caster, says: "Whenever my hack becomes Inmo and painful, n few doses of Donn's Kidney Fills, procured at It. I'. Mcltoherta & Son's Drue Store, bring me Instant relief. At one litre feared that I had serious kidney trouble The kidney secretions were unnatural nnd Rave unmistakable evidence uf disordered kidneys. Donn's Kidney l'ills in n short time made my kidneys nor1 Mr. nnd Mrs. E. II. Chandler nnd Mr. Carl Grow were guests of Mr. and Mrs! Nelson Davis and family Wednesday and Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Hobart May, Messrs Fnlton, Win. and Cletnmon May and Miss Annie May motored to High Uridize and Willmorc Sunday. Itev. Clere delivered nn excellent lecture nn Humbugs nnd Meddlers to an appreciative nudlance at the Meth- Arc you ready for Winter? Is your system clear of catarrh? Havo Summer colds left --, entirely? Havoyou overcome nil effect of Summet foods? If you haven't, reatorn your body to full vigor with tho otd standby Preparedness! PERUNA odist church here Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Simpson and family, Mr. ami Mrs. John I. nnd nnd Mines Netts Hay nnd Lena Ilollon motored to Hlchmnnd Inst Thursday nfternoon nnd were Riiests of relatives nnd friends until Friday evening. They went to Rlngllng llros. Show. It's tho tonic that clears away tho contention, purine, the Dkxxi ana invigorates your wnoio system. Tcruna, In tablet form, U handy to carry with you. It elves you a chance to check a cold when It starts. Manilla Tablelsnro tho Ident laxatlvoj They form no habit nnd havo nounpleos nntiffecls. YourdruiigUtcanaupplyyoi The Pernna Company, Columbus, Ohio mal." HASN'T SUFKFHED SINCE. OVKK THREE YKAHS I.ATKIt, Mrs. Walter said: "Mv kidneys have been in excellent condition since giving my foimer endorsement of Donn's Kid- Advertising Her Loneliness. hy did J on put m Hint "Martini. It Isn't aeiivy itHiii rnltiK for Sum? liulie.l. l:rljlM.ily knows: tlmt oil fought like cm nnd die" "Ills yore ntn't no miiiimlir for dot tilKgnh, Sum ; but how's tie mini; men to know l'a In do iniirket ngiiln, ef I don't wear Puck. Capita I 50.000 Surplus $50.000. 6 Q fc STUDY THESE SUGGESTIONS. Pay your bills by check, and have your wife pay her bills by check schemes. Never lend nn vur to Follow some system In saving Do not be haphazard about It. Hent a safe deHil box for your vnluablc papers. date service we nlTer. Moke free ue of the tip-tTeach the child the value ct money by giving them nn allowance. Meet your friends at this bank for transacting imortanl business ney l'ills." Itr .I'ncetOc. at all dealers. Don't simply ask, for n kidney remedy- - Ret Donn's Kidney Tills the same that Mrs. Walter has twice publicly recommended l'rops, ., For the Family Medicine Chssi 'Afc.,tMt. Vc.ir.n,.tKh Mytt Crcii "I tm.y. U19 I I!any and Tar for our (JiiUrtn cj it (.ukl t tn. alii up their cold, wri'i it- Data J ifW nlic, cj C.r Iaa 13 t i of couch, In this pet. raids nnl croup. i'Uii lamll medicine cheat rhouid te supplied ullli a d coukIi medicine II. ul can tj rclUJ u,'uu rvhen ntedtd. Rueli a family rouch syrup Is IoI y'j Honey antl 'i'ar ThU onipou il, standard medlclno I a tcn cn tl.o market for years ami In in.iny sec-tlovrtiB ft.uiul In every tiomn In the da) a when doctors v.'ero not so bandy and when money was scarcer. Foley's Honey and Tnr Compound ts an excellent mcdlcl-nfor couiths, colds, raw or Inflamed thr , hoarseness. tlKhtncss and anreneaa of th chest, eroup and whonpliiR couttti. It Is an absolutely safe remedy, containing only lienlliiK Inurr.llcnu, and Iron from nay harmful druns. Sold Everywhere. jj 7. IlutTalo, N. Y. GTJNNS CHAPEL. Mrs. Amelia Hogle It a guest of Mrs. Allen Teatcr. Mrs. Falton May wns a guest of Mrs. John Land Wednesday. Misses Netta Hay nnd Zulu Calico were in Richmond shopping Saturday. Mrs. Amelia llogic has just returned in Mercer Co. from a visit Itev. D. F. Sehastin preached at the home of Mr. Kindred last Sunday nfternoon. Mrs. Elbert Calico of Teateravillc spent Thursday with Mrs. Ambrone Calico. J, .'' e Citizens National Bank i OF l.ANCASTEIt, KY. B w II. F. HUDSON. President. J. J. WALK EH. Vice I're.t. W. O. I'.ic.nkv, Ass'tCash'r Job J W.U.khii. Jit.. Hook Keeper. W. K CHAMP. I ashler t .. Plain and Belted Backs, Single or Double Breasted 3C 1 S If mixtures. Loose or New coloring For-Fltt- ed Coats. cr COM CEL."SilB The Most Powerfully Efficacious Medicine Ever Sold in Lancaster. COM.CLL-SAIth.hee- JL 1 C DC in plain colors, plaids $15, $20, $25, $30. aifliarla.&lrru k And Up. Knitted Overcoats, ts. Overcoats of knitted fabrics are very much in demand, they are lijjht but warmth giving, do not wrinkle and are equally suited to street, motor or business purposes. Green, brown, grey, black, plain or belted backs, quartered silk lined. Unusual Values at $16.50, $20.00, $25.00. Graves, 6ox Incorporated. & 60. HOME OF THE OVERCOAT. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Simpson nnd Misses Anna Mae nnd Lydn llroaddus Mr. and Mrs. Irvine Simpson motored to Heren Sunday to visit Miss Thelma have returned home after n pleasant visit to friends rear Lancaster. Simpson. Itev. Tcmtlleton preached at the Meth odist church here Saturday evening nnd Mrs It. I.. Duncan is numbered among Sunday. the sick. Mrs. Mattie Harvey is ill with pneu Miss Cora II. Hurte was in Danville monia at the home of Mr. and Mr? shopping Saturday. Silas Matthews. Mrs Lena Ilrown has been ill of ton' Kd Dailey and silitis for several days. Mrs. Mr. and daughters spent Saturday with Mr. und Miss I.ucv Coldiron is visiting her Mis. Lee I'endlelon. sister, Mrs. Jim Ilutner. Miss Emma Kinnnrd made a buiiness Misses Zula Calico Mattie Calico and Maude Teater were guests of Jessie II. trip to Richmond Thursday. Hay Thursday night. Mr L. II. Davis of Livingston was a Miss Mabel Teater of Madison spent recent visitor of his parents. I.ittla Miss Frances Schalfer is visitthe week end with Misses Maud ing her aunt, Mis Margaret Kuhlman. Teater and Jessie II. Hay. Mrs S. I'. Davis is spending a few Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Dailey spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. days with her daughter Mrs J no Tudor. Asbey Hendron in Madison. Mrs Joe Hoain and children left Mon Mises Maud Teater Annie May and day for a visit to her sister in Hessie Teatcr were guests of the A series of meetings began at Wal- Misses Calico Wednesday night. nutta Methodist church last Saturday. LOWELL For nhnost 8 years used and known with more confidence and satisfaction than any remedial medicaIn fall nature dni.ands the assistance of n tonic tion known. medicine to assist the elimination or throwing otf of accumulated fit tli from the human body, and if this natural assistance is denied or not furnished, then nature will burn up the waste matter, the result being Fevers, lloils, Hheiimalism, Colds. Catarrh, Malaria and Consumption. every box is packed rnd backed by anil with Ignl Cuaran that fails to do what tee that gets your money back if jou expect it to, pure, sweet, fresh, Hoot ami Herbs three is Each box makes a full ijuart of medicine, thus boxes for $1.00. compounding a lasting searching tonic, body and blood builder, superior to anything of Its kind. For indigestion, gas In the stomach and bowels, kidney ar.d bladder troubles, t.ervnusness, is the remedy most exweakness nnd malaria, cellent. Why not go to Stormes Drug Store at Lancaster and get a three months treatment of for ft. Ml. Legally guaranteed, also get 2Scts worth of SCIENCE SOI'E, made for Humnn Skin Only and commends itself with own purity and sweet ness. You should alo remember to get a 2.V bottle of DA KOI A JACK'S COWBOY I INIMENT for pains, cuts, sprains, biul.es, bums, etc., as used by Ranchmen, Cowboys, Scouts and Indians No home should be without it. All people can buy these remedies at i, IT IS LEGALLY GUARANTEED STORMES DRUG STORE, Lancaster, Ky. Remedy Co. II H Dakoto 37-3t Jack-White-Mo- West Ilroadway. LOUISVILLE, KY. II Id I I LEXINGTON, . -- KEINTUCKV. Diaw A Check Editor Tells How D.B.D. Cured His Eczema Clergyman and Banker Abo Write IT. C). notclillM. ndltor Echo. Prophrtts-towHI, : itemcmU-mine una eczema of fifteen years' stnndlns. ly Now I am healed, alter I bottles of 1. I). I tiaie aoen n case ot i:3 yeara" standing I hare seen my onn doetor cure! cored. ... i mh-- i urn, mcu ue couiu not cura l!m&elr. for the money you owe and note how much more respectfully your creditors reThey like to do business with n man who gard you I. , S I has an account at & the Garrard Bank Trust Go. They know he is doing business in a business like way. Hetter open such nn account even If your nITairs are not large. Thev will grow all right. The Garrard Bank PREACIIERSVILLE & Trust Company treated with threo ilmrtors fur sli months. Inejr did mo no cnod; tar face nnd were full of the oTea. I applied 1. train U. 1). J.eault mr fare N as smmith nj a babj's. Her. u I. Hownlnc. Taatnr StU Ar. I'res-- I jtcrlan Church, Iluanote, va. ; Tor threo ear 1 suffered, lntenwlr so. hare at last found relief In H. !. II. I am no looper tortured comnktely eured. I haro no hesitancy In acknou ledcunr tbo crut lrtues of this specioe. IrusElts are plad to recommend this soothlni:. coollnc liquid. 2.V. foc and f l.txi. Corns to in and we will tell you more about this remarkahlc remedy. Your inuDey bulc unless the Ur.t IjoIIIo relieves you. 1). 1. 1. vip Utps jour skla healthy. Ask about It, H. E. McHoberts. Lancaster. Ky. ' i o October DON'T put off doing DON'T put off doing DON'T delay Ms The work will not be It poyrf big. o CD c 0 0 him again A few dya before young Hlunkcnship hail noticed a hog in this Hunter Huv sold toTom Hicks a bunch Miss Dolly Hallard. the old place but tliot it was only a roadside daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. W. F. Ha- ranger and could regain the highway by of hogs at ft eta per lb. A. S. Dcun bought of Dillard II rum walking back thru the culvert. llard, is critically ill of typhoid fever. field ot Jessamine a mule for 80. The stone residence of Mr. nnd Mrs. J. M. Cress bought two calves from Elgan Montgomeiy sold fotne corn to Wilson King at $20 each. B hogs of 1) Fisher Herring just over tho line in Mrs Wm Duncan nt $3.o0 per bbl. (Jarrard near here, burned about eight lbs average from Mr Goodwin at 8fc. Mr Thos Hicks is repairing and The family Mrs America Sowder, aged about 05 o'clock Saturday night. to bis home on his furm here. years, died near White's1 Mills last were way fiom home at the time. Mr G. E. Grow sold to Mr Wm Hum-phre- y Neighbors rushed to the scene but all week. She was a good woman and u cow and two calves price $70. attempts to save much failed, no intense liked by nil. Mr Thomas Crank mid family moved was the heat and smoke. Of the con The protracted meeting at the Hap- tents very little was saved. Mr Her. to the house vucuted by Mr Fred Spivy tist church closed last week, There tlim had nrobnblv onfc of the bust and Quite a number of folks from here were some 14 additions. Rev. J. W, largest collections of antliiue fur-nitare attending the meeting ut the Foil; ' Heaglo the pastor did the preaching. Central Kentucky all of which was a church. Mr und Mrs Fred Spivy left last MonAbout six weeks ago a nice 275 lb t'lal ,os3- - Very little of nn extensive hog was lost out of u drove, belonging library and a lot of jewelry und manu-t- o day for Louisville where they expect No insurance, to reside. Mr. J. M. Cress, while being driven scripts were consumed. tructnrj wa- u large two-stor- y Mrs A. S. Deane spent u part of lust to Rowland from the farm here. All inquiry and search failed to locals the building and the interior wood work week with relatives in Jesvumiue and Lexington. cut out by hand with a missing porker. Last week W. T. work wa9 Mr Leonard Crank moved last week Ulankership, head Block driver for Mr. wniP aw, being put together wilh hand Cress, found the lost swine less than 1U, forged nails. It was built prior to 17UI to u house owned by Wm Oustott neur feet from the highway in plain sight hy Hev. Thomas Williams, an early Locust Grove. The 1'ie Supper at Sunnyrida was where it had been all the time. Whil Ilaptist preacher, who was one of the being crowded along by the drove it thirteen original members who orguniz- - iiuite a success $10.25 being realized. bad fallen into a sink hole fust ut Hie ed Drakes Creek Uuntlat church In 1801. The pies sold well Miss Ueasley's bring, end of a culvert which had ueen blind Ut was fitted with high narrow windows iug the highest price. Mr Jus. Stone leturncd homo Friday with drift and mud for some time. The (and heavy oaken doers, with several hog was In s prison about S feet wide j Iort holes commanding each Bide from ' from Somerset, after a few duys stay and 3 feet deep. It had subsisted all wheace tho illlo men might repel at- - with his wife who Is theie et the Fer-tacof tho Indians, 'this was one of guson Sanatorium for treatment, this time on the bark of sycamore roots and at times of drought only had a the four "Stone Forts" built in Drakes' Mr Harvey Dean und sons, Carl and small amount of water to drink. When Creek valley at that remote period. Harrison, of Clinton III. who have been rescued it was lean, lank and looked Three of tho number have burned, two wth his parents hole und relatives in .very repulsive. Good nursing, strict of which were rebuilt, one again burn- - Jessumlne county returned Sunday to their home. dieting and liberty may make a hog of lug a few years afterward. fllT.IEliliON 9 o 9 your fall cement work until freezing weather. satisfactory and may be a complete failure. 9 your plaster work any later as cement and plaster are similar. DON'T put off fall building until days get short and cold, meking labor difficult. sowing wheat later than October 15th, unless the ground is very dry. When you sow use chemical fertilizer to push growth and cover ground to protect young and tender plant roots. 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 O DON'T C DON'T fail to sow plenty of grass seed with wheat that a stand may be assured. You must inquire into the value of Orchard grass it is wonderful for grazing and sale of seed. 9 delay repairing grates or putting in new ones until cold weather is here. 9 DON'T fail to examine your chimneys and flues and give them needed attention as your house may thus be saved from fire. DON'T delay using tankage and shorts in feeding your fattening hogs. DON'T allow that leaky roof to stand longer. We have the cure for ail these ills, Gall and sec us. 9 9 9 e 9 9 9 9 9 Hervey & W ood; Kentucky. Paint Lick, The Central Record, Thursday Oct 19 19It5 In every profession science hns made wonderful progress within the last decade. Today tho possibilities of manE kind nro hard to reckon or limit. Many YOUR HONEY AT TRADE IN THIS CITY-SPE- ND tilings arc being Accomplished daily that would have been considered lin HOME ENTERPRISES. possibilities in the time nf nur fore fathers. No advancement of pro' fcsaional men has been of greater LARGE CITIES IS AN THE MONEY YOU SPEND WITH MAIL ORDER HOUSES IN worth to cizilizaticn than that of tl undertaker ai,d imbulmer. Tho II- INJUSTICE TO THE MERCHANTS, BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL censiii graduate emljalmet is ns necessary, nnd ns much sought, in the MEN OF OUR BUSTLING TOWN. present century, ns is the physician, lawyer or dentist. His skill and knowl While Thai Spent Wilh Home Enterprises Remains Here And Benrlils Everyone. The edge are necessary factors in tho human family of today, for no one cares, or Mail Order And Out 01 Town Houses Never Contribute Towards wishes, to employ the services of the unskilled funeral director nnd cmbal Public Improvements of Lancaster in Any Man- DO YOUR BUYING IN LANCASTER J. A. BEAZLEY. REX GARAGE. Tho auto has not been built that docs not require the attention of com pctent machinists at times, and the opening of repair shops has not kept pace with the increased sales of ma chines, and the demand for stations In charge of expert attendants There are plenty of repair shops so called and garages, but few have thu equip ment for making quick repairs for any nnd nil makes of machines, and workmen of ability to handle all kinds of jobs. Ono of the best, if not the best, auto station in this section; and one this paper can recommend, is the Hex Garage, of which Mr. Hammack is proprietor. This is unquestionably one of the best appointed and equipped garages and repair stations to be found anywhere. It is a credit to Lancaster's enterprises, besides being a great convenience to the autoists. In addition to the repair and vulcanizing department Mr. Hammack also operates n general garage and all cars placed with him on storage receive the best care possible. Mr. Hammack has tho agency tor Lancaster and Garrard countv for the sale of the well known and popular cars, the Chevorlet and Chalmers. There are none better, and lew their equal. The proprietor is a gentleman of pleasing manners, affable and courteous at nil times and ever-read- y to extend every favor passible to his manv patrons. When you need the services of an expert auto repairer, or have occasion to store vour car, you could not do better than to patronize the Hex Garage. You will find the charges most reas onable and service the best. DRS. DENNY & WHEELER. profession has made greater strides, nor become more generally ap predated for its worth in a community than thnt of dentistry. Many troubles and ailments of the human family are now traced to defective or abnormal teeth. This is where dentistry is play ing such an Important part. Dentistry and surgery go hand nnd are so closely allied that one is largely dependent upon ths other. Kvery town and community cannot boast of having efficient, aggressive nnd skilled dentists, but Lancaster con, for in tho persons of Drs. Denny & Wheeler, whose offices are in the Stormes building, over Holtz- claws Furniture Store, the town and county are exceedingly fortunate, for thev are gentlemen who have given their chosn profession the closest study and application. They are Garrard county men and have practiced their profession in Lancaster for the past ten years, or more. They are thoroughly equipped to do all work in dentistry in the most approved and satisfactory manner. Their offices are fitted up with all the modern appliances known to the profession, including those operated by electricity, and their lucra live practice is indicative of the high esteem and regard in which they are held by the citizens of Lancaster and surruundtng section, both ns practitioners of their profession and as gentle men. No MISS MINNIE BROWN It THE ARCADE Is a very auto-owne- GARAGE. with ner. Keep Your Money In The Town In Which You Made It. In thin Issue of TIIK Ur;.M ItAI. Kr.LUKIi we present 10 our readers a number of the reliable firms of Lancaster that are deserving of your patronage, together with several Industrie that have heen, anil still are, Instrumental in making the town one of tho most important in the state, and which are largely responsible for tha developement and growth of the city in the lust few years. Lancaster's resources and advantages are shown in a manner that should attract the attention of every reader of thin paper. The representations of the retail ratabliihmeut are not complete, of course, hut they givp the citizens of Lancaster and Garrard county an idea of tho character of stores operated and maintained in their midst. There is no excuse for any one living in the town or community to g. or aend, outside the confines of Lancaster to make their purchases of whatsoever nnture. The goods carried by their home merchants are aleqjute to care for their needs in ull lines, and at prices that are us reasonable as can bu obtained of any denier in the country. Kvery dollaryou spend with your homo merchant remains in Lancaster and community directly benefits every citizen and means greater prosperity and more progicss. Keep your money in th town in which yon made it. The money you sperd with mail order houses is cone forever. They never contribute toward building Lancaster's churches, schools, business houses, streets and public improvements of any kind. It should behoove every citizen of the town to patronize homo enterprises lirst, last mid always They are the mainstay of your town and urn deserving of your support. Ltncaster merchant uru itggreasive, courteous, obliging and reliable. Thev carry the bssl stocks of goods in their respective lines to be had, and can Till all requirements, or demands, made upon them. Tney are entitled to your patronage, and you should givo ft to them. You are urged to read every representation appearing in this issue of You will fnd them beneficial and helpful In shop, TIIK CENTRAL ItKCOItl). ping, and otherwise determining jour future course. These enterprises are commended to your earnest consideration. The various articles were prepared by our special writer, and not by any individual whose name appears among the series, and are publislud in a complimentary spirit. that is thoroughly proficient In his chosen pro fession. Reference is made to Mr. J A. IlfRzley, the town's capable and efficient undertaker hihI embalmer. He is also representative of several old line insurance compnnics writing life, accident, sickness and hail insurance. There is not a more reliable or skilled embalmer to be found in this section of the country than Mr. Ueazley. H is a graduate of the Clark College of Kmbalming and is therefore proficient in his profession. Mr. lleasley oiwr-ale- s his own funeral iquapage which is considered to be one of the handsomest in mer. Lancaster has a citizen Conspicuous among the retail establishments of Lancaster, and one that Is well and favorably known to the trade of the town as well as throughout this and the adjacent counties, is the millinery store of Miss Minnie Hrown, who carries a stock second to nor.e to be found in the large cities. It in cludes everything In the line of ladies hats, trimmed nnd untrimmed. as well ns millinery of various kinds, embroideries, ribbons, etc. Her stock of foil hats Is one of the most stylish nnd attractive ever beforo offered the trade of Lancaster. The newest and latest creations are now on display. They are designed to please everyone, it matters not the taste of the individual, or her discriminating ideas You wil not find an style among the large and varied assortment, but all new and the most approved patterns. Her store is headquarters for the par ticular shoppers of the town ond community, fot they know the goods carried by Miss Hrown are all desirable and the latest In feminine fashions. It will be to the interest of the Central Hecord readers who are contemplating the purchase of a new and stylish hat for fall and early winter wear, to first in spect ihc stock carried by this reliable merchant milliner. You will always get the best quality of goods at thi Lancaster's popular ladies' store, while the prices are exceedingly reasonable, important matter central Kentucky. The Central Record can attest as to his worth as a citiziu and business man, and his relia bility is never questioned by those who know him. 1 is office is over the National Hank, ollice phono li", und residence '.I. LOGAN 8t ANDERSON BROS. J. E. SEALE. Since the time of Esau many hun dreds or years hack man has grown whiskers on his face. Why, is still a s question tor a debatt; it is true, and can be easily proven by hieing yourself to the wilds of the for est, or be separated from civiliation for the Beason. Fashion with man is almost as pronounced as it is with woman. We are living in the age of "clean shaven faces." It is a fad some may claim; it is' an improvement others will say, but be the result what it may, barber shops are as neccessary in this enlightened day as is the dealer in merchandise. The town that does not maintain an attractive and barber shop is a back number. Lancaster can boast of having one of the most modern and es tablishments of this kinds in the country. The Central Record refers to the sanitary shop owned and managed never-the-les-- HUDSON. DAVIDSON & TOMLINSON. The neatest, best managed and most inviting grocery store in Lancaster, no doubt, is that of Davidson & Tomlin son, dealers in all kinds of fancy and staple groceries, vegetables, fruits, etc., together with a select line of fresh meats, Messrs L, G. Davidson and II. D. Tomlinson began business in this town several years ago, and their steadily increasing business bespeaks for itself the superior grade of goods handled by this reliable and accommo' dating firm, thus verifying the old adage, "merit will win." The estab' lishment of these gentlemen is so at tractively arranged that it has been the recipient of many compliments from those who trade here in prefer encc to other alike enterprises, for they know that the quality of goods bought of Davidson & Tomlinson are alwuys fresh and desirable. You will never find any old goods on their shelves while the adulterated articles are not to be round in their store. lhey en deavor at all times to give their patrons the right goods at the right prices, and this has had the effect of giving the proprietors a prestige among the people of Lancaster and surrounding sections that few dealers can claim. Their business is constantly growing, as their customers are always satisfied and take a delight in telling their neigh bora about the superior goods, fair treatment and accommodation extend ed them by this popular and reliable firm. They are gentlemen of pleasing manners and arc reckoned among the town's most aggressive citizens. There is nothing in the grocery line, cereals, table relishes, canned goods, produce, etc., that )ou will be unable to secure from this establishment. HASELDEN HUGHES iAND FARNAU. THE KENGARLAN HOTEL. The Kengorlun Hold is one of the oldest ntnl best known hostel-rie- s in this section of the stntc. Tticrc are few inhntiitnnta of this portion of Kentucky, ns welt ns the traveling tnnn who cannot recall the time they stopped tit the Kengarlnn. It is located in the center of the town, on the east end of the si i tin re. and has a commanding view of the beautiful and fertile fields of Garrard county which can be seen in all directions. Like other public buildings in towns this hotel has been destroyed by fires, rebuilt ami remodeled. Hie Kengarlnn, ns it stands today, is one of the most modern establish- incuts in the country, having up- wards of 20 cheerful unit neatly furnished rooms for the accommodation of guests, with hot and cold central Kentucky. running water in every room, elec' trie ligtitcd, steam heated, bath JOSEPH MERCANTILE CO. rooms sample rooms, antl in fact, Lancaster's leading ladies' everything needed for the convert' dry goods, shoe and notion store ience of its guests, and as good scr of tho Joseph Mercantile Co, ot which vice as you will get in even the Mrs. K. Joseph and Mr. A, I). Joseph higher priced hotels of tho cities are proprietors is a credit to the town Mr. K. Zimmer, the genial and pop-- as well us to the aggressive and enterprising business methods of the protilar proprietor, is always ready to prietors. It is stocked with one of the do all in his power to make the handsomest and most desirable lines of wayfarer feel at home and lie sat merchandise to be found in cities of isfied. His table is supplied with many times the imputation of Lancaster. Thu ludies the liest the market affords, served should not of the town and community feel that it is necessary to in a neat and spacious dining-roogo oui or Lancaster to make their pur home-likmid tasteful milliner chases when they have an establish in n that appeals to the most fastidious nient here at home that is prepared to In connection wan the hotel is caie for their every need in tho wear-in- g operated a restaurant, where short can apparel and furnishing lines. Here be found one of the most varied orders can be had a' all hours of and up-t- date stock of goods in this the day and until n late hour at section, The. styles, designs nnd pat night. He also conducts a grocery terns are tho newest conceptions from and fruit store in the same building the malts of fashion and uie olfered which is patronized by the excltis the trade at us low a price ns can be obtained of any concern in the metroivo people of the town and com- politan cities. Tills is one of the most munity who want the befct ami courteous mid accommodating firms in freshest goods. Mr. Zimmcr has town and the lines of goods show the proven to the public that he un- care and forethought of merchants of in their selection. derstands the art of conducting a experience is displaying Tho firm the latest creafirst-clahotel and his patrons are tions in ladies' coats, suits, house and always well pleased with tho ac- street dresses for fall and winter wear, commodation and service they get procured from the leading manufacturwhen guests at the Ktngnrlan, ers in their respective lines, who have designed each and every garment to which name is a contraction of tho please unyone, it matters not her taste. state, county anil town. They have been pronounced the richest ready-to-weae ss him of bad accounts, carrying custom ers indifinitely and other losses incident to doing a credit business. In addition to clothing for men. women Bnd boys, .Mr. Lyons also carries a big stock of shoes for both sexes, young and old, while his millinarv department is teeming with the newestand latest creations in trimmed and untiimmed hats, ribbons embroideries, laces, Ac. If it is new and desirable you will be sure of finding It at "The Husy Cash Store". Mr. Lyons is also agent here for the "Dixie Hoy" line of suits, the best values you can get for your money. With every suit purchased the boy gets tbsolutelv frej the best dollar watch made, guaranteed for one year. Yju are re quested to call and see this new line of clothing. The courteous and straightforward dealings on the part of Mr. Lyons and his assistants have established a prestige for his store that is en- vied by many in this section. He is cordially commended to the readers of this paper, who will find him a reliable and accommodating merchant whore stock of goods is surpassed by none in Among the prominent and esteemed business men of the town, and gentle men who have been identified with the industrial life of Lancaster undGarrard county for the past 6 years, is the firm of Hudson, Hughes & Farnau, dealers In nnd buyers of hemp, wheat, corn. mill feed, coal, flour, hay and field seeds of all kinds. There are few citizens of the county who do not know the members of this firm, as their busi n-- ss dealings extend from one end of Garrard county to the other, and even into the adjacent counties. Their pat rons are numbered among the most particular people of the community for they have long since found that they could get the very best goods when making their purchases of this reliable firm, as well as receiving the highest market prices when offering their pro duce for sale. The line handled by this company embrace everything in th field seed line, barley, rye. wheat, tim omy, grass, etc, an or which are now ready for deliverv. In addition to the foregoing, the firm is distributor for several popular grades of coal, which have made a remarkable record for household use They are always in the market for the purchase of hemp, hay. grain, straw,, etc. Their stock also embraces cement, sand, wood fibre plaster , bale tie, salt, bran and Hour in barrels and sacks. They are gentle men in whom all confidence can be placed, of pleasing personality, courteous and accommodating at all times. Those who are not already patrons of Hudson, Hughes and Farnau will find it to their interest to call and get their quotations before buying elsewhere, IIuw many readers of Tho Central Record know that the average suit of clothes has one hundred and fifty-sevedifferent parts, and the average pair of trousers over sixty processes? The average fabric, even when it is all wool, through and through, can be made in many diirerent grades, hew wearers of clothes realize this fact; they never question the merit of a garment if 't is attractive to the eye. There is no line more oi merchandise that depends largely on the representation of the You merchant than that of clothing. should, therefore deal with a firm in whom you have confidence, and whose representations you can depend on. In the firm of Logan & Anderson Bros, Lancaster and Garrard county citizens have merchants In whom you can de pend implicitly. When you buy cloth Ing, furnishings and shoes from these gentlemen you do so with the conscious ness that you are getting the best values for your money. The stock of goods carried by this firm is surpassed by none in the country. They are agents for the famous Adler's Collegian line of clothing for men, and the Frat line for young men; the Florsheim and Weber and Knox lines of shoes as well as En dicott Johnson, and Nunn and Bush work shoes. This is one of the most es tablishments in this section and deserves the patronage of the citizens of the town and community. The business has been established on the lines of hon orable dealings and carrying just the class of goods that meets the demands of the most exacting, or discriminating dresser. When you need clothing, shoes and furnishings, you could not do bet ter than to first inspect the stock and get the prices of this established and reliable firm. The proprietors are recommended to the readers of this paper as being reliable, courteous and accommodating. to place their car In good hands with men you know to be responsible and capable for there aro numerous garages and repair shops in the country, but not every one equipped to give you the service you have aright to expect in return for your money. The Arcade Garnge, located on Dan ville street, of which Klnnalrd Bros, nre proprietors, is one of the few In which you can feci perfectly safe that your car will receive the care and attention that vou would eive it vourself. This is a modern establishment in every sense of the word, and one that has met with favor by all who patronize It. In addition to operating a garage and service station the firm also conducts a repair department, which is In charge of the most expert and competent attendants, and it matters not what class of work your car may need you can rest satisfied that it will be properly done if sent to this reliable firm. Their charges are also exceedingly reasonable. They will make you a special price on storage with full service, or part service; or, they will give vou service without storage. You cannot find a more reliable place in the townatwhich to store your car or have your repoir work done than this one. The Messrs Kinnaird are agents here for that favorite of all cars the Hupmobile cheap in price but high in quality. The Arcade Garage is recommended to Central Record readers. You will find the proprietors courteous, obliging and thoroughly dependable in all their transactions. LANCASTER OPERA HOUSE. by Mr. J. E. Seale. Mr. Seale is an artist in his profession and is also one of the most skilled barbers in the slate, ills manipulation of the razor over your face is done so deftly and with such ease that it is a source of pleasure rather than a bore, to be shaven by him. His assistants are also experts in their line. Since opening his place of business to the public, Mr. Seale has had a lucrative patronage, for the citizens of the town and county appre ciate such ns elegant shop in their midst, and they are showihg it by giv ing Mr. Seale their trade. Everything about the place is as neat and attract ive as it is possible to make it, and his establishment will compare favorably with the best ones in the country. If you want the best service at all times Seale's barber shop is recommended to you. Hot and cold baths supplied at all hours of the day and until closing time, canvas. I.ancister enjoys the distinction of possessing one of the most modern and up-t- o date places of amusement in this section of the state. Reference is mado to the Lancaster Opera House, under the proprietorship and management of Mr.W. J. Romans. It can be stated without fear of contradiction that there are few amusement houses in the country superior to this one, in equipment and appointment as well as the character of plays and motion pictures that are staged nightly. Mr Romans sees to it that only the highest-clas- s productions are shown on his canvas; in fact, just such pictures as the entire family can witness without the least embarrassment. Ho will not contract to show any picture that has the slightest tinge of questionable merit to it. They are all high-clas- s in every particular. The seating capacity is sufficient to guarantee accommodation to the large number who appreciate good pictures and a well kept and orderly house. The pictures are products of the best companies. Iht wiring of the house is perfect in every respect, with wide aisles and sufficient exists in case of Are. At intervals Mr. Romans Btagcs a gocd troup of actors and actresses for vaudeville entertainment, which are always well attended. The citizens of the town and community appreciate this handsome and well managed play house, and they are not slow to show their appreciation to Mr. Romans by attending his performances, whether they be acted in real life or on THE NATIONAL BANK. CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK. THE GARRARD BROTHERS. Prominent amoung the firms of Lan caster that arc responsible for the development and growth of the town and community, and which is deserving of the patronage of the citizens of Lancaster and Garrard, is tlio firm of Haselden Pros., composed of Messrs, It. & S. G. Haselden, dealers in all kinds of haul ware, funning implements, machinery, vehicles, roofing, fencing. sheet metal work, etc., besides being tin and plumbing contractors and ugents for the well known Studebaker wagon, and the universal e Ford universally used, universally popular. There are more Ford cars in use than all others combined. There la reason, and those contemplating the of a car should first have the purchase good points of the Fold explained to mem. A tig line or auto, accessories is also carried in stock nt all times. The linn is also agent for the Mulleable Itange, so much coveted by all housewives who appreciate the best In range manufacture. A specialty of this firm is the superior grade buggy and wagon harness. It has been the aim and ambition of these gentlemen to carry such a complete and varied stock that would enable every ene in the community and surrounding towns and villages to pur chase their needs in this line of merchandise, rather than be forced to send to other and larger cities. Tho firm was established over 20 years ago, and through courteous treatment to the trade and carrying such a stock at all times as invites the patronage of those in need of hardware and kindred lines, the proprietors have built up a business that is not only a credit to their business training and experience, but is an asset to the town and community. If you would trade with men in whom you have the utmost confidence; if you are looking for full value for every dollar you spend; if you would help yourself by "trading at home" and with a firm you know to be reliable, then there is little excuse why Haselden Uros, should not receive your patronage. They will be pleased to serve you and will appreciate your trade. car--thhand-mad- MILLING CO. GARRARD BANK & TRUST CO LYONS' "BUSY CASH STORE" The large number of citizens who take their friends tu Mr. G. M. Lyons' "Husy Cash Store" to buy their c'othlng, dry goods, shoes, millinery, notions, etc. Is a significant Indorsement that those who trade with his enterprising and aggressive merchant get tho best grade of goods and at the low-epossible cost. Mr. Lyons is winning new customers every day by pleasing the old ones. Kvery garment he sella is carefully fashioned and made of the best material. The many little quality features that distinguish the really well made clothes from the ordinary kind will be found throughout hla establishment. Ills stock Is Urge, but prices mall, for he sells for cash and the buyer gets the benefit of tho big saving to it and most stylish collection ever before offered by a house In this section. The firm is agent here for tho celebrated Gossard corset, which is well known to practically every lady in the land. There is no reason why anyone in the community should patronize a mail order house, or firm in alargercity, when they can get the most approved styles from their homo merchants. It Is the endeavor of the proprietors to place e their business on the basis, which lias become such an attractive feature In many of the large cities, thus assuring each customer the same at the one price. An establish ment of this character Is deserving of your patronage, and it should be your pleasure to spend your money with a concern whose reputation is of the highest order and quality of goods the best in the market. goods The Garrard Hank & Trust Company There Is no enterprise in Larcaster is recognized not only by the citizens that is more generally appreciated than of Lancaster, but throughout this and is tho Garrard Milling Co, of which the adjacent counties as being one of Messrs Henry Moore and H. I Gregory the most substantial insitutions of the are managers. The excellence of the kind in the country. Since its estab products of this modern plant has gain lishment in 190C it has attained a phe ed for the company widespread favor nominal growth, and today takes its among those who appreciate the high stand in the front rank of banking est quality of flour, meal and feed houses in central Kentucky. It has stuffs. The establishment is one cf the proven to its hundreds of patrons that most modern in operation in this sec- it is as strong and solid as it is possi tion of the state, the most improved hie for on institution of this character machinery being used In the manufac- to be. Tho utmost confidence is placed ture of the extra that are in the officials who have the success of duily marketed. It can be truthfully tho bank in their hands, for they are said that the flours of this company are conservative business men who guard pure, wholesome and delicious, possess- with the greatest care tho deposits ing that sweet, nutty flavor seldom and savings of their large list of clients, found in even the highest-priceand while at the same time they aro never nationally advertised brands. The pro- remiss, or unwilling to extend to those ducts are made from the best wheat it who have occasion to transact business is possible to obtain in a thoroughly with a banking institution all the courequipped plant. The company has tesies and favors possible. For this spared neither time, means nor skill to reason, among others, it is today ono equip the establishment with the kind of the most popular and trusted bankof machinery that produces the best ing houses in this section of tho state. results; hence, the quality of goods There is nothing lucking in its equip runk second to none manufactured in ment to facilitate modern banking. Kentucky. They are, in fact, testi- Fire and burglar-proo- f safes of the monials of the skill employed in their most improved type aro usid. This is manufacture. Messrs Moore and Greg- an institution that the citizens of Lano caster and Garrard county not only ory are exceedingly proud of tee aptheir brands have gained, and well preciate but feel exceedingly proud of. they may be, for they meet the de- And well they may, for the town has mands of the consumer in such a satis- no enterprise that outclasses it. It is fying manner that whenever once used controlled and operated by Garrard become staple articles of food in the county men and is as safe as it la poshome afterwards. The leading brand, sible for men of brain ind experience "Glen Lily", Is claimed to have no to make it. An attractive feature of superior anywhere. The corn mill is this bank is the Trust department one of the cleanest and most which makes a specialty of loans on ImIn the country. proved farms, giving the most liberal Tho Central Hecord takes pleasure in terms. It slso acts in the management adding its testimonial of thu goods of estates, as trustee, guardian, 'etc., olfered the public through this popular in fact, in any fiduciary capacity. The home concern. They are nil that could officers are, It. E. McHoberts, Presibe demanded of the finest products in dent, Alex Walkr, Vice President. the market. Housewives should insist Other directors are, W. 11. Cook, V. A. meal Lear, W. H. Drown, F. B. Marksbury, on Lancaster-mad- e lllour and thereby giving their custom lo a home J, E. Hobinson. T. J. Price J. II, Dal- industry, which spends its money for ton and J, W. Elmore, cashier. There Garrard county wheat. The firm U are few men in the county who have a always in the market for wheat, pay- larger circle of friends, or who enjoy ing the highest market prices. In ad- the respect and esteem of the business dition to operating a flour and meal men of the town and community more mill, tha company also bandies coal as than do the gentlemen at the head of well as cement, crushed ttone, itnd, etc. of this flourishing bank, high-grude- s pies-tig- There is no Institution or business enterprise that is considered as being so indispensible to the citizens of a town or community as a well conducted and accomodating hanking house. Lancaster is not behind the towns of the state in possessing a bank that is thoroughly capable of taking care of her people at all times. This banking corporation is the Citizens National Hank, with u capital, surplus and undivided profits of $107,000: deposits of $150,000 while its resorces are over $320,000, thus assuring its patrons the best and safest protection. It is the Honor Roll bank so designated on warrants the careful consideration of account of its earned Surplus being ull business men or others seeking a equal to or greater than the capital banking house with all modern facili- stock established in 1883 it has grown ties. Since Its organization it has with the town and community until steadily grown until today it stands today it is rated second to nonu in this second to none in reliability and trust section of Kentucky. The personnel of its offlciers is the Very best, for by worthiness. It is one of the few institutions of their business training and fairdealings the kind in whiih you can feel perfect- they have won the confidence of thoss ly safe that your funds will be cared seeking a modern and dependable bankfor by conscientious and responsible ing house. This bank has never failed You can men. From its inception this bank has to pay its annual dividends. been n success, due to the sugucious depend on receiving the most courtccus manner in which the officers handled treatment at the hands of the Citizens the deposits and investments of their National Hank. It Is operated under many clients. Lancaster needed just the direction of and controlled by the such a bank and the men at its head U. S. government, which is additional realized this fact when they organized assurance to the depositors that their for its establishment. The officers and funds will be protected. It is thorough directors are Garraid county men and ly reliable und no safer institution can are known throughout this entire sec- be found in the entire country in which tion for their strict integrity, high to deposits your funds, than this one. sense of honor and possessing marked Tht most modern methods are embuiiness ability. They are identified ployed, fire and burglar proof safes with the town's Interests in every way, being used. The officers are men of having her future development and experience and integrity, and are well growth at heart, being ready at all and favorably known to the citizens of times to do their part toward making the town, Garrard and adjacent counLancaster and Garrard county better ties. This bank solicits your business and more widely known for their un- promising you at all times every acexcelled resources and opportunities. commodation possible and a service unMr. U. Citizens of the town and county may excelled in modern banking. well feel exceedingly proud of this in- F. Hudson, is president, Mr. J.J. Walstitution for It is all anyone could ex- - ker, vice president, and Mr. W. F. nut nr ilMinnnil nf ft mnnpm ttunklni. Champ, cashier. An institution of this house. Its officers are courteous, , character Is an asset to the business obliging und ever ready to extend every and financial life of any town or comfavor possible to their many patrons. munity, and deserves the patronage of It is a source of pleasure and satisfac- the citizens of Lancaster and Garraid tion to transact business with The countv National Bank of Lancaster, Mr. A. K. Denny, Is president, Mr. J, E. (These articles are continued on next Stormes, vice president and Mr. S. C. page.) Denny, cashier. , . The prosperity of a town or community is invariably reckoned by its banks. for there is no better index to the stability of a community than to knqw that a flourishing bank is one of its foremost institutions. Lancaster is no exception to the many live, progressive towns of the state, for her citizens can point with pride to The National Bank of Lancaster, established in 18C5, with a capital of $50,000.00, surplus and un divided profits of $13,853.00, while its resources are in excess of tho large sum of $311,000.00. Itis operated under the supervision of the U. S. government and is unquestionably one of the strongest banking houses in Kentucky and The Central Record, Thursday Oct 19, TheCentral Record incorporated, issued Weekly. $1.00 1916. WAS A COMPLETE NERVOUS WRECH; MRS J. KUHN, OF RIDGE, RY NOW HAPPY. Tan-lac- Miss May Phelps, of Richmond, is Backed with an experience of over twenty years, in which time he has the guest or Mrs. It. C. I locker. E. come in contact with every detail conMrs. C E. Tate went to Iulsvllle nected with his respective lino of busi- Monday afternoon to spend scveialdays J. RODINSON. Editor. BLUE GRASS DAIRY & ICE CO ness, Mr. W. J. Romans Is now reckon LONE II. D. LEE & SON. Mrs I.w ttuplry Is the guest of her R.L. ELKIN, Local Editor nntl Mtfr, ed among the town a most aggressive parent. Mr and Mrs Will Robinson at many enterprises In Lancaster and enterprising business men nnd clu Perry ville. Of the Lancaster is especially fortunate in he small "I had a nervous breakdown. I had good crop wouldground. If ho sowed Entered at tha I'oit Olllec In Ijmeattrr, Ky. having and desirable retail that stand out conspicuous for their tens. He has made his business a Mrs. J. II, Finder, of Lexington is until I in uncultivated Second Clan Mull Mailer. stores, especially among the grocery worth as industries, none is surpassed. study; he has applied hit time toward the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mr. sick headaches and Indigestion Anil so It is with a person, " No took that great nerve tonic cnlled establishments, but none carry a super- possibly, by the Blue Grass Dairy and accomplishing the best results for his i John Lute. Is ratrn If it is Member Kentucky Press Association said Mrs. J. E. Kuhn, Lone Ridge, mntter how much food ior lino of goods to that to bo found nt Ico Company, manufacturers of ice and customers by keeping one of the most I and nut properly digested it will not Mrs II V Samuels and children of Kentucky. H. D. Lee & Son. This firm has been ice crjam, of which Messrs H. V. and varied and dependable stocks of goods Eighth District Publishers League. "My, but I was extremely nervous. make strength. It is useless to "plant" identified with the commercial interest! W.R. Bastln are owners. These gentle- tu be found In this section of the coun- Vickahurg Miss, are guests of relatives The pains In my head were severe fotid In an "unfertile" stomach. The of the town, and from the start gained men have been identified with the In- try. Mr. Romans deals in buggies, and friends here. gas which formed on my fntmer uses fertiliser; you should use Lancaster, Kr., October 19, 1916 n reputation for handling only the best dustrial progress of the town and com harness, implements of all kinds, wire Miss Emily Murphy of Shelby City and the Stomach nfter eating was greatly dis- n digestive ferment. The point gained ore munity In such a manner that their ef fence, steel and galvanized roofing, was the guest and freshest goods. The premises of her aunt, Mrs Geo F. tressing. by the fnrmer Is the name at It is with neatly arranged and the business well forts are greatly appreciated by the paints, oils, lap robes for buggies and Rotes For Political Announcements managed. Here you will find every- citizens, for the firm not only supplies autos, etc, as well as having the agency DcDorde, Saturday. "Tanlac has been the means of the person it la strength. Tanlac is being Introduced in LanProf, nnd Mr. W. C. Wilson went strengthening my entire system. It For Trecinct and CItv Offices ...$ 6.00 thing pertaining to fancy and staple the home trade with the best and purest here for the sale of that well known 10.00 groceries including teas, cofTees, cereals product in ice manufacture but the the and popular farm wagon, "Old Hick- to Lexington Saturday to Vandcrhllt gave me relief lrom hendaches and In- caster at R. E. McKobcrt. "or County OITices ...!... ... Tanlac niny b obtained In the nearby digestion. It certainly is n strength tor State and District OITices.... 15.00 canned goods, flour, lard, fruits, veg- people throughout this section are ory". Every man in the country has nriuutK' Iiimii ;nrnc. cities. Paint Lick, J. N. Metcalf; llry. 10 etables, etc. A full assortment of all taken care of during the heated term heard of, if not used, this standard builder." For Calls, per line Mrs J. L. Tottrn of Ihnnon Junction 10 the popular and desirable brands of when ice is so much needed. There is wagon, as It has been "time tried and , is the guest of Mrs Kentucky has thousands nf people antaville, Becker & Ballard; Little For Cards, per line Walter Jones and who endorse this wonderful remedy be- - Hickman, Collier and Ilruner; Berea, For all publications in the interwill be found in the varied stock, not a similar plant in this section that draft tested" for years, and today it Miss I.orrnine Totten. flours S. E. Welch; Stanford, Penny's Drug est of individuals or exprescause It gave them strergth. while the prices and quality always is better equipped for caring for the Is the favorite of thousands who know Rev. D M Walker. pastor of the Strength Is taken from the food Hint Store; Junction City, Reynolds and sion of individual views, per compare with those of other dealers in needs of the consumer than in this one. something of its superior workmanship 10 the community. lin Patrons of this store The machinery is all new and of the and the quality of material used in its Christian church has been holding a is eaten. A farmer does not plant seitl ' r.vnns; uicnmonii. ii. i.. i erry ton; 05 realue that they get the best goods improved type, Obituaries, per line the industry was es construction. Mr. Romans carries a revival nt Rowland for n week or ten in uncultivated ground. He first plows' Crab Orchant, l.yne Bros : Iturgln, (!. the earth so the seed may take root. T. Schoollleld; Danville, John S. Wells, and a service that is unsurpassed. A tablished here about four years ago, large line of heating and cooking stoves davs. Much good has been done. If the ground Is oor he improves it "Lancaster. It. E. Mcltoberti. and W. C Mrs J. T. Woodard, who was taken trial will convince you that you will and on account of the superior grade of which are as good as the best in the West, f'llvcr Creek. Democratic Ticket. make no mistake if you will send, or ice marketed it is never idle but run to market, while his prices arc lower than to the hospital at Lexington with tv with fertilization. His chances for phone your orders to this firm for any- its full capacity to care for the large a majority of dealers. He also oper- - tnhoid fever some weeks m-hna r. thing and everything in the grocery business already established. The ice atesin connection, a carriage shop, covered BUlllciently to return Jioino. line. Deliveries are made promptly. cream plant which is operated in con which is in charge of expert workmen. h- - ' "rpentcrsrd son, tiring! M,r n M" Thev are gentlemen of high standing nection, furnishes the soda fountain A specialty is made or rubber hilndclphin and family trade in this and the adjoin buggies. Every job is guaranteed and jBck' of P. who have in the town and deserve praise for the ' of hcr P"e.it.. Mr and Mrs manner in which they have built up ing counties with ice cream, only the work executed in the shortest time J cf" cu't will return ix nienetee homo the Inst their business, and not a few citizens richest and best cream being used in possible. Many of his customers come of the Week. It has that home even a long distance in order to patroare showing their appreciation of their its manufacture. For President Col. Henry George, keeper of the fair dealings and courteous treatment flavor and taste that you do not get nize him, for they know him to be a alWOODKOW WILSON, by giving them their trade. Their with the products of the large concerns. gentleman of the fairest and squarest Old Confederate Hume at Pewee Messrs Bastin have been the recipient dealing, dependable and thoroughly ley, who is spending n wek or so nt of New Jersey. Phone is 213. of many compliments on their delicious, reliable in all his transactions. He is Crab Orchard Springs, was in town For Vice President pure and favored creams. To be abreast recommended to Central Record read- Monday for n short tune. THOMAS It. MARSHALL E. B. RAY of the times and equipped for caring ers. His place of business in on StanMiss Bessie Richards, who recently of Indiana. for the needs of their many patrons in ford street, one block from Court went to Cave Springs Gn, to accept n The class, or standing, of a other lines, they also operate a general House. place In the D & I) school returned last is invariably judged by its officials. store, which is conducted on the cash FOR CONGRESS. week on account of diphtheria, which be no better index to its high basis. The stock is one of the most There can HARVEY HELM.ot STANFORD, KY has broken out in the school. standard than this one fact. Certainly complete and to be found "SAFETY FIRST" Mrs. I.ovanna lloldnm. of Muskoere. I if the casual observer were to form an in this section, while the goods are We are authorized to announce Miss Okla.. who has been the guests of relestimation of Garrard county on this fresh and desirable. Everything in Preparedness is the Jennie Higgins a candidate for County basis, it could be none other than the atives nnd friends here and at t'rali School Sunerintendent of Garrard highest. And among those who are groceries, produce, as well as notirns. topic of the day, and there was never b Orchard returned home Thursday Mrs. dry goods, clothing, hardware, etc, is question proposed of greater moment County, subject to the action of the prominent and efficient workers, none carried. l: l nI to the American people than this one. J. S. Rice accompanied her bs far as' j Democratic primary August 1917. stand out more prominently than does The franchise for supplying the town Preparedness in all things, but not Louisviiie. ' the present deputy assessor, Mr E. B. with electric lights and power was re least among the number, preparedness William Grimes. Mr. and Mrs. L, F. We are authorized to announce J. O. Ray, who has announced his candidacy cently purchased by these gentlemen, in case of fire or death. The latter Is Carpenter, J, N. Meneree. J. I!., Miis Bogie, as a candidate for the Democfor nomination of Assessor of Garrard and they are now arranging nil the pre sure to come and the former a possi- Mntsy Grimes, Misa Pattlc Perkins, Mr. ratic nomination fcr County Court ' at the next Democratic primary. Mr. liminary plans lor the erection or an bility at nnv hour. When you think or nnd Mrs. S. M. Saulley nnd Dover Hunn Clerk, primary to be held August 1917. Ray is a young man full of the vim and immense elttric plant, one capable of insurance or whatsoever nature fire saw the great ball game at i energy that is so needful in this day suppl) ing all the power necessary for and tornado, life and live stock you Saturday. We are authorized to announce and time to cope with the situation lighting, driving and heating purposes. should think of Ed C. Gaines, the oldWilliam Cunningham was arrested Jeptha Onstott a candidate for the that daily presents itself. Born and A twenty-fou- r 1 hour service will be est insurance man in Garrard county, near town Sunday nfternoon and placed democratic nomination for County Court ret red in this county he is a man par- operated as soon as they have complet and the only one writing all kinds of in jail. He gave his home as Louisville. Clerk, subject to the action of the pri- ticularly qualified for the position to ed the plant and installed the machinery. insurance exclusively, and not us aside-linGov. Osborn is one of the most prominent Re- He had entered the store or W. P. mary, August 1917. which he aspires. It will not be a new This will be a boon to the citizens of Mr. Gaines has been a resident Stephenson at Maywoed and Don't fall to hear him. obtained publicans in the nation. and untried office with him, for he is the town, and something that has been of Lancaster for the past nineteen about $50 worth or goods. He hail also We are authorized to announce E. H. familiar with every detail; it would badly needed for years past. Their years, and has insured more lives., pos- entered the home or Mr. Noland and Ray as a candidate for the Democratic not be speculative on the part of the franchise will become effective July sibly, than all the other insurance helped himself to a suit or clothes. nomination for Assessor of Garrard voters as to whether he could fill the 1. 1917. agents combined. His list of insurance county, subject to the action of the office satisfartory and efficiently, for he companies embrace the oldest and best Primary, August, 1917. has served the people faithfully and in the country, among the number BASTIN TELEPHONE CO. objection for the past two without an might be mentioned the Penn. Mutual, The City of Lancaster is now with- years. He knows the valuation of with seventy years or successful und many cities with a much out a water supply. It will take an Garrard Co. lands; he is familiar with There are fauliful business to its credit. Others unusual rain for this sason of the year its topography, its resources and ad- larger population than Lancaster that have a record for prompt settlement to give any immediate relief. But the vantages; he knows the taxpayers, and can boast of as good a telephone ser that make them the favorite with astute most serious side of the situation is the they know him to be a gentleman of the vice as the Bastin Telephone Company business men who make a thorough This is an iniie- - investigation before taking an future. The leaks in the lake are be- highest honor ap'l strictest integrity is giving its patrons. insurance coming larger and the consumption of combined with sound judgment and fair nendent concern, being operated and policy. Mr. Gaines' record is one to be tfll! trust and envied by many of his competitors, for the water by the public greater. Any and impartial decisions. Mr. Kay's rnmlnrteil free nf Under the man-- ! the citizens of this und the adjoining dry season the cily will ba out of long line o ancestors were of the blue- monopoly companies. ugement of Mr. J. R. Cornn, who as- counties have found that they could water for month. present coun. stocking democrats, and like his foresumed control of the company's busi depend implicitly upon his representa cil is in no way responsible for any mis- fathers he too, is Bn ardent supporter two years ago, the service tions, and inasmuch as he has been able takes in the location or construction of of tiie administration. That his election ness about present plant. As much as it may will be certain is not feared by his has been improved fully 100 per cent; in to affect settlements between his com the serpanies and clients without having to be regreted, that we have so serious a many friends who want him elected by fact, there is no comparison of the matter before the city, complaining of the biggest majority ever before polled vice of today with that received by the resort to legal process, is sufficient past mistakes will not accomplish any- by a candidate. And there is little patrons before the new cable distribu proof that the companies lie represents thing. The citizens of the city must doubt but that he will be the next tion was installed, which is taking the are dependable und solvent; in funt. It place of the old iron wire one wire sys- may be said or them that there ore get together and endeavor to handle Assessor of Garrard. tem in the town. The company is giv- "Nono Better and Few as Good". Mr the situation if possible- ing a service that is unexcelled, not Gaines is one or the most aggressive What tc do and how to do it, is one only in Lancaster but over the entire citizens or Lancaster; lie is n man who of the largest business matters the J. F. HOLTZCLAW & SON. county. The telephone is one of the has made good with Ins companies as city has ever had to face. The people should all cooperate in this undertaking The comfortable home is one essential essentials of this day and time, for no well as his clients. His word and dealhome is really complete without it. It ings can be depended on und thos. who and let there be no mistake in any step to life's happiness. Make your dwelling place as inviting pays for itself, in many instances, in u are not carrying insurance on their in the future. The health of the community depends upon an adaqautc sup- as it is possible for you to do. In Lan- single day in the transaction of business; lives, property or stock bliould obey ihu ply of pure water for private con- caster, there is a store from which you besides, when you need a physician or precept, "be prepared", by having .Mr. Every sumption und the safty of the property can buy your of the medicine it iJ often the saving of a Gaines write them insurance. depends upon sufficient water for fire highest class at the most reasonable life. In fact, indispensable, and every man should be insured; it is his duty. protection. cost. It would, indeed, be hard to sur one should have a phone in their home. and no business man will pass the quality, design, and finish The rates are now so reasonable thut go through this world without providwhich gives the stock carried by J. F. it is no lunger looked upon as a luxury ing arter death tor those who are deSounds Uncomfortable. Insurance and Holtzcluw and Son n reputation that is intended fur people of means, but prac- pendent upon him tically even one can airoru a phone Gaines are synonymous The emperor of Japan Bleeps on a approached by few in the business. words it will now. Lancaster is recognized us being be your gain to see Gaines, whose office tug with bamboo sticks for a pillow. Everything needed to beautify the cable towns in thestute. is corner public squaro nnd Lexington Bedroom, one of the best home can be bought here. O'CLOCK. dining-roound parlor suits, chairs, The operators i:i charge of the local street. New Peril. Hickory dlckory dock, the mouse davenettes, library and sewing tables, board are polite und attentive, giving I ran up the clock. "Heavens!" cried rugs, nuttings, linoleeums and other quick uud efficient connections, Peculiar Boundary Line. the pretty girl, "suppose the brute floor coverings, stoves, runges, oil heat thoroughout the day and night. strangest of European frontier The runs up it wrUt wutch !" Browning's ers and cookers, and cooking utensils. The citizens of the town and county linos Is that mnrklng the boundary Magazine. should lend their support to this enter- between llnnover nnd Holland, where This firm has been identified with the s A row of business interest of Lancaster for a prise, for it is deserving of your pat- - It crossed the IUdne, lies ncross the river, chained Corroboration. number of years, hence, there is little roncge. The rates for town connecdiA policeman, whose vtldvnco was wonder that those who once trade with tions, as well hi homes und business bow und stern. Inasmuch ns the taken at hi bedside In the hospital, them become regulur patron. It Is an houses in the county can be obtuined alling lino runs through from Mem to of the bouts deposed: "The prlMiuer wit upon me, eusy matter to be suited at this estab by phoning the management. If you Mern, the eastern halve calling inu un ass, it precious dolt, a lishment, for the stock includes every haven't u phone in your home, you will nre piilntrd In German colors, the western In Dutch. Tho effect Is most tcarccrow, a rugumutllu uud un Idiot." und striking. find it the greatest convenience And, this being the conclusion of tils thing the bride of today, yesterday or This help you ever bought for the low price depositions, lits signature was pre- tomorrow, could need or wish. ceded by ttio formal ending, "All tt firm is dependable in all their trans charged. Peculiar Russian Dish. actions, misrepresentations never being which I swear Is true." One of Ihu national dishes of Ilusstu made to uny customer. It is it pleasure AND Is known i.h tho Pnshkii. It Is u sort TEATERSVILLE of cuke that stands one unit n half to trade with merchants of this char Food Required by the Aged. fiet high, mill Is ulwnys) put on u tnll A treat English physician, Dr. acter. They will take old goods in ex linse. It Is usually surmounted by n (leorgo Clieyni', Ktutcs that nfter fifty change If tou with to trade. Mr. Kemp Walker purchased from sugar cross, nnd U placed lu the cenyears of nge the amount of food should This firm is agent for the well known ter or the tublo when tho Russians be docreused gradually. At eighty, If lluddorir pianos, Mandel Victrolas, Mr. Billie Mason a pony, price $30. bold their grent renst or Euster when n muu becomes so old, be nhould eat records, und other musical instruments The house is strictly modern, practically new, with every condaughter the rust Is broken. It takes about (SO Mr. Kemp Walker and about an much un u child of live. A and music. Also. Simmons Beds are Elizabeth were guests of Mr. and Mrs. eggs to make the Pashka, but nono venience and constructed of the very best material. tuan should take espcclul rare of him Every Samuel Cotton Saturday. sold by the above named firm. but natives cun succeed In producing self between the ages of thirty-tuTERMS of sale: One-thir- d cash, January 1st. 1917, when deed time you hear the story of Simmons the rare taste. am) thlrty-llvc- , by Mud) Ink' hU constlMr. und Mrs. 11. M.Kurtz and family regulating food, exercUo Steel Beds you hear u story that is of were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Forest tullon uud will be made and possession given. Notes bearing six per cent intergenuine interest, because people want aud pleasure. Opal Feels Climatic Changes. family Sunday. est payable in one and two years will be taken for the balance. Those to see these beds uhout which they Stupp und The opal U n stone "ulth n temper." have read In the Ladies Home Journal Marguret, Elmer, and Jesse Tho diamond rises superior to climate, desiring to look at property before sale will be shown upon request. Roberta, Wanted His Penny Baok. Saturday Evening Post and Farm Ray were the pleasant guests of Mis as does the ruby, the emerald uud the Sale to take place at residence. A Pittslield (Mass.) mother told her Elizabeth Walker Sunday. sapphire, but tho opal Is of sueh little on to drop his penny In the Journal. organization that, when eximsed 1 hey ore receiving new goods every pinto when ttio man cumo round In the Miss Mary Lee and Mr. Billie Kurtz church. He did ns he was told. Tbo week, and expect to make their stock returned home Sunday after a visit to to Hovoro cold, It loses color, and under man didn't come buck and the young bigger and better than ever before, Mr. Forest Stupp und family in Lan tbo Inlluenco or excessive moisture becomes; dull. It Is ii curious fact, Bter begun to ask the reason why. Hu When you are In need of anything in that tho temperature or one' became quite noisy In his demand to the housefurnlthing line, this store is caster. und bund will cause It tu resume Its wontMr. und Mrs. Otto Simpson know when that luun was going to recommended to you. You will never brlug buck bin penny. Mother quiet have occasion tu regret having made daughter Jaunite and Mrs. Irvine ed lire und brilliancy, us will also be the case when It In exposed to tho ditnl him qu best the could and after the purchase. You will always find Hoover and daughter Willie Bell were rect ray or the sun. church explained. visitors In Crab Orchard Sunday. them "On The Square". DO YOUR BUYING IN LANCASTER W. J. ROMANS. STANFORD a year. high-cla- l I a? J i Republican RGX d SPEAKING Gov. Ghase S. Osborn, ot lviicnigian, will speak at the Thecltei" in Lancaster, on p. m. I I October Monday, Court Day, at :30 23nl REPUBLICAN COUNTY COMMITTEE. g I ii! Saturday, November 11th, AT TWO 1916 the highest and best bidder, the residence now occupied by G. C. Rose, on Lexington street. This property is located in the best resident district in the city and within same square of Graded will sell to i School building. THE LOT IS 94i FEET FRONTAGE FEET DEEP. IS 426 - dell-rat- o bow-eve- r, Mrs. Susan Fisher. Lancaster, Ky. ) The Central Record, Thursday Oct i9, 19 16 Viewing Styles Trend Through our New Models in ANY OF SUa STYLES COATS AND SUITS is like looking at All you select in Silk or Wool Dress Fabric will satisfy you. In planning your the sun AFTERNOON OR EVENING DRESS .1 yy through a smoked glass. real beauty and brilliance without the glare and freakness that hurt the eyes of culture of good taste. Wont yeu come In and view Fashions fairest, through JOSEPHS "smoked glass?" The One Price Store. call and let us suggest to you by showing you our J. & K. complete line of Woolens Shoes Fit ARCH. I & and Silks. The Joseph Mercantile Trade Co. c tf Where Quality Is King. . R. Mount & Co., Solicits Your Implement, Etc. e carry a full line of Hardware, Stoves, Saddles, Harm-a- . We propose to tell you tlic best goods made nnd nt n very small profit, 'or Instance - why pnv Km. 00 or J70.00 for a Mnlalite Range when we will Gossip About People A Miss Mnry Chesnut is the guest of Mrs. John Chesnut in Danville. DISEASES OF POULTRY AND THEIR TREATMENT I Miss Elizabeth Gibbs has been visi ting in Lexington the past week. Sell You as Good a Malable Range for $50. in name Stove e have Ranges from S20.00 to $50.00. proportion. We handle the Cook and Heating P.rltf Mention of the Coming! and Ooir.ji by Thou Wi Art Interfiled In. Mr. Ed I'rice was the guest of Dr. and Mrs. Grant of Danville, Wednesday John Deer Wagons and Farming Implements Oliver and Syracuse Plows. Mrs. II. S. Hudson has returned from The very heat line of Stoves and Implements on the market. Just re a visit in Springfield. ceivid n car load of American Fence. The Ilcst Woven Wire Fence Made, Miss llano West, of Lexington ia (iive u a call nnd part of your trade. with Lancaster friends. J. R. MOUNT & CO. Mr. and Mrs. Kd Koss aro visitinc in Cincinnati for the week. Mr. Hake Walker, of Nicholasvillo is r The Square Deal Hoiife. visiting Lancaster kinspeople. I 1BE 111 3 E Mrs. J. II. Lewis has returned from a protracted stay in Oklahoma. Miss Flora Smith went to Wednesday to attend the grand opera. When a dlseaso has become firmly established In a flock or a single, bird Mesdames Hobert Eikin and Joseph Is badly affected the free use of the Robinson spent last Friday in Lexing- hatchet Is usually tho most practical method, as It docs not pay to spend ton. 12 worth of time In curing a ono dolWednesday Mrs. T. J. I'rice spent lar bird. Slight cacs, however, can - often be cured with but little trouble. with Dr anJ Mrs. S. I. Grant in Danvillu. In nearly every Instance It Is better to put them by The Chautauqua Circle met on Tues remove the well fowls nnd themselves, and In tho caso of Infecday afternoon with Mrs F. It. Marks- tious dlease tbc premises should bo bury. thoroughly disinfected. Koup or Contagious Catarrh. Tho Mrs. Hobert GofT of Cincinnati is the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. first symptoms of this disease are II. llastin. Rev. and Mrs. Dawes of Georgetown have been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. II. Clav Sutton. Dally Thought. Whatever may hnppen to thee it was prepared for thee from till eternity, nnd the complication of causes wn from eternity spinning (he thread not only of thy being, hut nf nil that is Incident to It. Mnrcus Aurellus. Official Raiment. YOU'LL FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN. J FOR SALE. Lexington St. Mv house anil lot nn Mrs Susan Fisher, The doctor win mnklng his calls In FOU SALE A solid oak dining room the hnspltul nnd wits dressed In an op- extention table, in perfect condition erating npron. Ituth huh recovering Mrs. J. A. Amon. from nn operation, and upon her mother's nrrlvnl to visit her she nsked If FOR RENT The Alex Walker prop the diM'tnr had seen her that day. "Oh, erty on Lexington street. Call on yes, mother!" replied ltuth, "and be tf. G. C. Walker. came In his carving cult." At to Filet. "So you wnnt to know where the files Well, the come from, Tommy? the makes tho house-lly- , the carpenter makes the saws the snw-tlthe driver makes the horse-lly- , the grocer makes tho sncd-tly- . nnd the lodger makes the black-MiiltHro-lly h Strayed to my place, a shoat weigh ing about 75 pounds. Owner can have pig by describing same and paying all charges. J. T. Rainey. For Sale. 150 bushels of Hill Onions. REX GARAGE HAMMACK, CD. Manager. (Successors to Lancaster Motor Cur Co.) WALTER Mrs. Chas. F. Denman of Nicholas-vill- e l'rof. INnry Mill and wife, of Flat is here for a visit to her sister, Dick have been with Garrard relatives. Mrs. II. V. liastin. Mr. Thomas M. Ward is spending n Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Robinson left for few weeks with relatives in Va. and Louisville yesterday where they will Tenn. remain for several days. Mr. and Mrs. 0. II. Irvine, of LouisMrs. J. L. Francis will leave for the ville, have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. cities next Monday to replenish her E. W. Harris. stock of fall and winter millinery. Mrs. McKcnzie, of Mt. Vernon, ia the guest of her brother, Mr. S. N. Mrs. W. U. Tudor nnd attractive Davis and family. daughter, Miss Fnye, of l'aint Lick, London Tlt-HIt- J. $1 a bu. T. lilankp. Hubble Ky. i ED DOURGHERTY, Head Mechanic. OILS, GASOLINE Metdames W. M. Elliott and I). M. were recent shoppers of Lancaster. Lackey visited Mrs. Samuel Lackey, Mr. and Mrs. Kirby Ttatcr and two of Mudison county. interesting little boys, Hogan and J. L. Dr. S. l Grant nnd Mrs. Grant, of visited Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Cotton, Danville, were with Lancaster relatives Sunday. Saturday and Sunday. Miss Mary Arnold leaves today for a Eugene Smith, n Middlesboro gist has been visiting his grand-parent- s Mr. nnd .Mrs. Wm. Smith. drug AND ACCESSORIES. Stanford Street. One Block from Public Square. Your Patronage Solicited. DE1 Dr. Matt Smith, n prominent Corbin druggist has been with his fnlher, Mr, Win. Smith in east Garrard. Mr. Sam Hnrris, of Louisville has been here several dajs visiting his parents Mr. nnd Mrs. E. W. Harris. Mesdames Charles llallew and Joe Mount were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. George McKobcrts in Covington, Mr. Henry McDonald editor of the Ilarboursville Mountain Echo spent the week-enwith Mr. and Mr. Wm, visit to Nicholas'il!e and Frankfort and will attend Grand Opera in Lexington Thursday. Mr. Wesley Dickerson, a student at M. M. I., Milltrsburg. spent the week end with his parents, Mr. anil Mrs. .1 E. Dickerson. Miss Mattio Este3 has returned The White Cochin Is a handsome foul, large and round, lth heavily feathered lejs and feet. Tho hens are good mothers, and the chicks grow rapidly. The pullets reach maturity In from b!x to eight months, hut neither sex attains full slio until a year. The cock shown Is a White Cochin. Caused Embarrassment. For Rent. One mornini when Esther's mother Five room cottage on Hill Court, attempted to wash her daughter's fuce the child buret into tears. When asked large lot and garden, bath and lights. R. T. Emhry, at National Bank. what the trouble was, she replied: "Oh, mummii, I don't want you to wash tny morning face und hands because every In klndergurteu when my teacher asks For Sale. If idl the children washed their faces aud hands I have to tay no I" Having sold my Harbor Shop. I have an eight room house, practically new, The Law and the Fact. on Crab Orchard St, for sale. For any "Your cuso would have been stronj-er- . information see Malcolm House. Mr. McGuIre," wild a lawyer, "If you had acted only on the defensive. For Sale. But you struck first. If jou had let him strike you first you would have 21 extra good feeding cattle, will "Von," lind the law on your side." weigh over 800 pounds. said McOuIre, "Ol'd have had the law L. I'. Nunnelloy. on my soldo, but nl'd have had him on Stanford, Ky., Phone 2211. me stomacli, pounding the bilfo out av 9- 21lt, me." BtlE Smith. Rev. W. J. Holtzclaw and wife, and Mr. and Mrs I C. King spent last Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. Stonie Sebastian. Gold Medal HI Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Clark and son Earl Ward and Mr. and Mrs. Edd Clark motored to Kirksvillo to Iait Mr. tnd Mrs. It. C. Henry. IT.,, I ii!.. . i. una. uvuiur it11 nullum mm WISH Miuue lielle Milliard nnd Miss May l'owell upeni ouuuay wun nir. Hnu airs, waiter Arnold at Dryantsville, f nil Sli The best on the market and GMf4NK&SUHV3 Mr. and Mrs. John Hanson and son, Master Glenn Henscn, of St. Peters-burFlorida, are guests of Mr. und Mrs. Win. Smith in east Garrard. Mr. mid Mrs. George II. Harris have returned to their home in Ilirmingham, Ala., after n two weeks stay with their parents, Mr, nnd Mrs. E. W. Harris. Rev C. S. Ellis und Mrs. Ellis and Mr. lieagle and Miss Mae l'owell mo tored Uuwn from Faint Lick on Friday evening to attend the meeting at the llaptist church. Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Clark, Misses Nellie and Stella Clurk, and Mr. James II. Smith motored to Georgetown Wednesday and were the guests of Mr. uud Mrs. llcrmun Hoover. Mrs. II. A. Ii. Marksbury, of Lancaster, and Dr. and Mrs. James M, Stoughton. of Covington, were the guests of Mrs. Louis Landram and Mr, Landrum yesterday Danville Messenger. Miss Delia Tinder of this place will be i ne of the bridesmaids ut the our prices are right. F- similar to those of simple catarrh, but there Is us tho after swellingdisease advances the bend, often and of the sides of a delightful visit to her brother, Mr. become closed with thick John Estes in Hamilton Ohio, and rela- tho nostrils causing the birds to breathe mucus tives in Cincinnati. through tho mouth If the swellings contain pus they should be opened Mr. and Mrs. Harry Tomhnsou and with a sharp Instrument, tho contents Mrs. G. C. Flora, of CutnpbeUviiic, with nnd tho wound have returned from Coington where removednntlseptlc, such ns treated cent n 2 per n mild they motored last week being the solution of carbolic ncld. The applicaguests of Mrs. Tomlinson's parents. tion of kerosene mixed with au equal Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Cotton enter part of ollvo oil has given good results a fowl has n tained nt an elaborate dinner on last In many cases. When usually better caso of roup It Is Saturday complimentary to Hcv. J. J. bad It unless especially valuable. to kill Kmylie of Mississippi, l'rof. Ljons of Vertigo. This Is- - also a dlseaso of Atlanta, and Key. A. J. Clere of this tho brain nnd may bo regarded as a city. Tho bird minor kind of npoplexy. ehows giddiness, throwing Its head up' Dr. and Mrs. M. S. Hatfield and chil- ward, backward or to ono side- Tho dren of this city, und Mr. It E. Hat- gait is uncertain nnd staggering, tho tield and brother of Danville, motored sufferer often rutmlng around lu a cirto Russell county last Saturday to be cle. Sometime the bird falls to the present at a family reunion held ut the ground, flutteilug nnd making convul-tlv- o motciucnts with the legs, Tho home of their parents. bird can often be revived by holding The following Invitation has been re- Its head under n stream of cold water. ceived by friends und relatives of the After this keep the blul in a cool nnd contracting parties who are so well and hady place for sonio time nnd regulate tho diet. popularly known here; Catanh. Catarrh Is n form of cold "Mr. Lewis Leavell Walker that Is quite common nmong fowls nnd requests the honor of your presence may lie caused by dampness, drafts or at the murriagu of his sister lr or CM"osuro 't Is Indicated Nancy by n watery discharge at tho nostrils, to which later becomes inoro viscid. Mr. William lilytlio liurtou the cause, keep tho birds fairly on the evening of Saturday, the twenty warm nnd give them plenty of easily digested feed. The Injection of keroeighth of October, at eight o'clock sene Into the nostrils Is nlso beneficial. ut the l'resbyterian Church If cntnrth has become confirmed (he Lancaster, Kentucky", nostrils and throat should bo cleansed with hydrogen peroxide and equal parts of water several times dally and the nostrils groused with vaseline. Diphtheria. Tho marked symptom Is tho nppe.irunco of a diseased growth In the throat and Inside tho mouth. resembling raised patches of whitish or pule jellowlsh skin, which may Inis the time to buy. vade the cntlro Itiroat and mouth, often nlso appearing ltko ulcers or sores We are Receiving Daily on the face, comb nnd nUmt tho eyes Mal e n swab ef cotton tied on tho end of a stick und tuvnli out tho tuouth Farm For Sale. Couldn't Do Occasion Justice. Andrew was a small boy, but big My farm of 53 acres fcr sale, at his enough to scold when he temper, which wns quite often. One Hyuttsville, four miles fiom Lancaster day hl.s brother broke his toy wagon, on pike, plenty of good water, well imKnown as the Hen Ham furm proved. but Instead of scolding, us Usiia1. cried. Ills mother asked what Mrs. C. II. Green. Puint Lick Ky. was the matter, but receiving no reply, 10- - 10-nsked: "Why don't you answer?" "I to suy," I can't think of RESIDENCE FOR SALE. he sobbed. We offer the beautiful residence on Danville street, formally the Rurnside Salt Mines Worth a Visit. The salt mines of the Jlaramaros- - property, for sale. For information, worked for apply to W. 0. (ioodloe. Lancaster, jSziget dMrlct have lu-f- i centuries und many Americans who Ky, or Joe McCoimick, Asheville, N.C. have toured this part of Hungary have visited the deep galleries whoso rock- crystal walls glitter ns If studded with Sewing Machines. countless Iridescent Jewels ns they reflect the rnys of the electric lights. I sell the famous Singtr sewing maOne of the most Interesting mines Is chine. Also Singer oil and needles. If tlmt of Ihmnszck which contains u your machine needs repairing call on great subterranean suit lake luulng me on Campbell St. Satisfaction guara depth of uearly 300 feet. Dan Milburn, anteed. Lancaster, Ky. lit 'l- Candy Kitchen, I have opened a Canity Factory on Lexington St., next door to t lie Puritan. FOR SALE. - Having decided to sell out I olfer my place ut Lowell, for sale at a bargain. This place contuins about 2 acres of land, 5 rooms dwelling, good basement, out building, etc. Also store room 60 x 24, barn, etc. All in goad repair. For furth.-- r particulars cull on I.'noi Davis, Lowell, Ky. Pure,Frcsh,Dellcious Home Made Candy, Our Specialty. Your patronage is cordially solicited. Phone 212. JUST NOW Coy S. AGENTS FOR AMERICA'S Sanders WANTED GREATEST CLOTHES. Engraved Visiting Card THE proper thing for a lady or gentleman to present nowadays, when making calls. Come and see what a beautiful line of samples we have and get our prices for 50 or more. Is A Neatly New Hats Ornaments. GIVE US A CALL. Proposition All Wool Gold and Silver Lace Fancy Feathers and BECKER & BALLARD PHONE 27. BRYANTSVILLE, Ky. wedding which will be solemnized in Lexington on October Miss Margaret 25th. eho bride-elecMilwnrd has been a frequent visitor to The prospective groom Miss Tinder. is Mr. William Walter Taylor of New Haven Connecticut. with hydrogen peroxide. Hcmove any of Iho growths that come away easily. This disease Is very contagious, and any birds suffering from it should be removed from tho flock and tho premises disinfected. No Dsst Drsed. Overcoats $12.50 NO LESS. Rest reference required. No clothing Suits and : NO MORE. experience necessary. 131 Write MONOGRAM TAILORS, Indianapolis, Ind Respectfully yours, MONOGRAM TAILORS. C. Hauger.l'rop. II. II.Hauger.Mgr E. New York St. Hella A. Francis Thero Is no ono "best" breed or variety of fowls for any purpose. Tho usefulness of auy flock dermis almost CENTRAL RECORD at much ou tho way It Is fed, bred and cared for as upon the variety. C. lne Central rtecord.Thursaay Oct COMMISSIONER'S Sutemenl Of The Ownership, Manage- 19, 1916 niitiMiiiiiiiriiiiiiiii ment, Circulation, Etc., Required By SALE OF LAND. AKIIAUD The Act Of Centres of August CIRCUIT COURT. 24, 1912. I'llTo, GoTRe "ACnitor's Adm'r., ct nl, VS A. Carter' Scientific Farming Of The Central Record, published weekly nt Lancaster, KcntucKV for PRESERVING FARM TIMBERS. October 1st 1916. State of Kv, County of Gnrrnrd, Treatment Increases Durability Re Before me, n Notnry Public in and for suite of Foreil Service Cxperlmente. the State and county aforesaid, person- - Prepared by L'nlled Slalts deparlninu o( mnlculiurcl ally appeared R I.. Elkin. who having Tin."' are iunn fortni of tlml-c- r on been duly sworn according to law. de-- 1 llI,,h l'recrvallvc treat MONDAY. OCTOBER 21, 101b', poses and 10 savf that he is the Publisher tlie tar being Uiu Gral day of the (Jatrard of the Central Record. ,"R,U cnn "c ninniaccoiisiy appuni Countjr Court Term the real estate 1. That the names and addresses of Among tlicse are posts, telephone pnlei rarntioned in the pleadings and des- the publisher, editor, managing editor, '!,os' '1'"G1'"'. greenhouse board.. sllK ealxW ju follows: wsik-.- . rounuatiou uinuers. noar.i 'Sr.trs.1: In Garrard County, Kentucky and business managers are; w waters of I'alnt Lick Creek and 'rnmc. p--r. u Publisher. Central Record. Lancaster , wo""cn PnlM- Ainndtjd as follows: lleginninK at a Kentucky. columns, wen curiniig. nr. it ii rsti' Avwtnut oak on the top of a ridge; Editor, J. E Robinson. Lancaster Ky (u,,uru lu" n "'oroiiLii open iai.K ireni. timoee n South Eastern course to a BMUre CTea Mannelm? Editor. R. L. Eikln. Lan. mcnl or ,e,,c0 I""" Mack, oak In the branch: thence South wfth top of the ridge to a chestnut oak; caster, Ky. .Ctmace with the original Uaugh line to Business Mnnager, R. L. Elkin, I. an Cne Gann corner with spotted oak .pointers on the branch; thence with caster Ky. That the owners Bre;(Givc names the meanders of the branch to a maple at the mouth of branch to n drain and and addresses of individual owners, or tip the drain to a double black oak; If a corporation, give Its name and the tUcnce to a white oak on the South aid of a hill; thence a straight line to names and addresses of stockholders tiio beginning, containing 100 acres owning or holding 1 per cent or more more or less. Being tho same land of the total amount of stock.) .conveyed to George Carter bv David J. E. Robinson, Lancaster Ky. M McCollum and wife by deed dated Francis C. Robinson, Lancaster Ky. November 7, 1893 and recorded in the Garrard County Clerk's Office in R. L Eikm, Lancaster Ky. Deed Hook 12. page 51G. Central Record, Incorporated, LanTract 2: Consisting of several tracts caster, Ky. nil adjoin and will be sold as one boun3. That the known bondholder;, dary, described as follows: In Garrard County. Ky., on the waters of White mortgages, and other security holders I.ick Creek and bounded as follows: owning or holding 1 per cent or mori, irp'nmng at a stone, corner on North of tola, amount of bond, mortgages, auleot iublic Rond, corner to Ilallenger, er other securities are; None. Kebinson & Halcom; thence with 5. That the average number of tatter S 3 W 21 poles to a stake; thence a3!L.'iti poles to u stake corner to copies of each issue is this publicatian Uigcinbotham; thence with latter N sold or distributed, through the mcils B K 30 polos to a stake, corner to same or other wise, to paid aubscribers i'up Hrxi new corner to Anderson; thence new line with latter N 14 W SCJ poles ing the six months preceding the date (This information is stake in line to Conn's heirs; shown above is tn tliwnce with latter S 58 W 39 pole' to required from dailv publications only). beginning, containing 19 A. 2 It. tin R. L. Elkin. OPEN TANK TllEATUENT. and 30 poles. Heine the same land Sworn to and subscribed before me coRwyed by Priscilla Hranson to George oy deed dated October 14, 1902, 3rd day of Oct 1916. W. 0. Rigney, nondurable woods an average life of 'lrfc?r twenty years. A thorough treatment xral recorded in the Garrard County Notary Public. "Itli coal tar creosote will make a Cterk's Office in Deed Book 21, page 232. Ainu tract adjoining the above tract wooden silo more resistant to decay, described as follows: Beginning ut less subject to shrinking nud swelling tw chestnut stumps, corner to John and will also make painting unneces AIlna; thence with Steve Holkulm's sary. The treatment of any nondur.line to Mrs. Ilranson's corner, East able wood, which Is used where couVi stone corner to George Carter's ditlons are favorable to decay, will lant. thence South with Carter's line prolong Its life for many years ttoxetake in Jennings land, a corner; Tor a number of years tho forest West with Jennings line to a service has been conducting expert criiiT.of Medcalfs land; thence with Koo-eaIris course to a spotted oak. inents on tho preservative treatment one-ha- lf of fence posts, poles nud other forms cuTwro Aliens land; thence with his lire c Worth easterly course to the exposed to decay. of timber beiymnng. containing about twenty five The preservatives tested In the exjMcroitn A.) , more or less. Being the periments Included coal tar creosotes, conveyed to George Caiter aitilnd carbollneunis, wood tar creosotes, wa y fttac Holland and wife, bv deed ter gas tar creosote, zinc chloride, tar, daaafiSeptember 16, 1902, and recorded crude oil, paint, linseed oil, whitewash iiK&cCarranl County Clerk's Office in ACCIDENT ()R SICKNESS and cement coatings. Of all the vari Book 21, page 235. Also tract SHOULD SUDDENLY STRIKE ous preservatives tested coal tar crea- aajaimtng the above tract and descibed HOW FAR IS THE DOCTOR a follows: Beginning on a stone at ? ? ? aote has given the best results. Car- ! aid of the County Road: thence boUneums have given about the same Road to Stephen Holcum's with In Increase of durability under certain iwe. whence with Halcum'a line to Bat conditions. The service test upon is in line; thence with Gellispas wood tar creosote and water gas tar line Go William Pennington's line back creosote have not yet definitely estabbeginning, containing five acres, ta relief lished their value, but these products the satce more or less. apparently results. Zinc Heinjc the same land conveyed life to from Are chloride Is will give good under certain satisfactory Cecrjfe Carter by George Hughes and you conditions. Tho other preservatives wife, by deed dated March 4, 1901. and rreiTded in the Garrard County Clerk's day go by tele- have not proved satisfactory for farm j OlXce in Ded Book 21, 285. use. HOmef Also the following tract Sd.oinintrthe ' nlinnr in There are a number of methods of apabove tracts and described as follows: plying preservatives to wood differing at a stone in the road and considerably In cost and effectiveness an old well; thence N 43 W 46 is The methods best adapted to farm use 4-poCcs to a stake in the branch and' s., you-priceJesare the open tank process, the cold s. Ene of Chas. Robinson; in thence i bath or soaking treatment, tho dipping witi his line S 72 W 24 poles to a Drop card 'stiwie, a corner to John Carter; and to process and the brush or painting ' Cbas. Robinson; thence S 2 W 20 I treatment. iputea to a stake; thence S 19 K 4 poles The open tank piocess Is the most .tit o stake; thence N C9J E 14 pules 4 thorough method practicable on the BAS'M TELEPHONE Is of and In and meadow. This five room tUrils to n etone a corner to George A. j farm. The posts are heated for one V';rtrj thence with his line S 05$ E ' house with two and out and COMPAWV or inoro hours in the creosote oil at a 3Til poles to a ctake in center of the temperature of from ISO degrees to C(Minty ltoid N 56 E 11 poles to the good lots In with field and lot. representa220 degrees P. They nre then qutekly heinmim, containing fi and Also call you transferred to another tank of oil havncres. Being the tame land conveyed I ing a temperature of about 100 degrees CtwrKe Carter by I'reston Ward.' how V and are left there for an hour or et it, by deed dated March 3. 1911. and a in in the Garrard County Clerk's rrcrdfd more. In tho hot bath the air and Oil'ee in Deed Book 31, imj-- e 592. molsturo In the wood expand anil are slx-year-old, Sjt.d ttvo facts will be ottered Separate- One good and! A 'partially driven out When the wood My hoc then oTered as a whole and the Is plunged Into the cool oil tho air and one one and work best in county; 1 16 bit: rvalizing tho largest sum the moisture In it contract and draw the Commissioner will accept. ld year-ol- d good one brood good ones; one mules, oil Into the wood. Instead of a scpn-good jThH. purpose of tills) sale is to settle rnto tank being used for the cool bath, brood llie vtftate of George A. farter, guarantee jou best scrvlc.) sucklinrt mule. (he heating oLtho oil In the hot bath fbceasod, and divide the proceeds if may be stopped and the wood and the any icmain after payment of debts, tueung the heirs-at-laoil allowed to col together. This ac- -' as their interest may appear. compUshcs tho same purpoe ns the 1 sow and 6 pigs; 1 sow and good young cows, one Two cool bath, but a longer time Is required TERMS. pigs; good beoauso the hot oil cools very slowly. The sain will be made on a credit of good, high and .brood 13 forty pound 1 pure bred In tho cold bath process tho wood U ix and twelve months and the will be required to execute bond by treated by son kins for n long lime In good Chester boar. with approved pecuiily for the purchase a tank of preservative nt ordinary air to wagon, 1 double 6501bs; price, due in six and twelve month 2 two-hors- e temperature. Since cold oIIh do not disc har-pou- nd Yrieetively, bearing interest at the penetrate wood readily. It U probililo row, 1 Deerlng mower, 1 rale of six per cent per annum from ( ttiut but few woods enn bo successfully Jer-plo- w, dato until paid, having the force and I six-mont- hs 2 Impregnated with oils by this method plows; new hay ftTect of n judgment for which exjeu ( The dipping process Is considered mav hjuo. payable to W. II. sey bull; 1 ti bull, double shovel; plows; 1 buggy; 1 tire" suitable only for preservatives of an Ilnrwn, Master Commissioner of thp wagon gear; plow gear; etc. Also a lot of on pedigree oily nature. The wood H simply heat UurranI Circuit Court, and a lien will cd In oil nt from 'JfX) degrees to 220 rewrved upon the property sold un1 four-months-o- ld red bull baled Timothy hay. degrees V. for from live to fifteen mln til all the purchase money is paid North-bounutcs or longer. It Is cheuper than the W. II. BROWN. M. C. G. C. C. Will be glad to show the and Terms at any time before open (fink treatment, but Is much lr E. Robinjon, Attorney for Plaintiffs. No. 10 Cincinnati Express, ' effective. daily 4:30 a.m Ilrush treatment or painting Is con No. 4 Spesldered suitable for oils only nnd con cial, daily 0:03 a.m. slsts In applying two coats of hot pre No. 28 Blue Grass Special, Jcervatlve to tho wood. . It h:m tho addaily except Sun...G;03 a.m. vantages of cheapness nud simplicity No. 1 1 Carolina Special. land the dlsadvautngo nf adding lcs ' dnllv am durability than (lie foregoing methods, 8 Pnwervatlve treatment of furm No. C- - .Local Exnress .lanvl.3K n m I Illnlioru nfTnrM nfwtnrlmillv for n nrnftt. . No. Limited, JoIjU" Industry lu rural communities. In , dally 5:20 p.m., many places a small wood preervlns No. 12-I- loyal Palm, daily.. 5:37 p.m. plant can le profltaMy operated In con I South-bounnectlon with a IhrcsliliiK ontflt. n feed, " ii Should be Engraved or No. 5 L o c a 1 mill, or a sawmill, or nevcral Individ' Express, OF LANCASTER. mils can co operate In establlslilnsnnd Embossed Dowadays. uauy n:us a.m. penitlns A plant for the treatment of ho, ii uoyai raim, ualiy..n:i:u a.m. Umbers used on the farms In tli It reflects pood taste and 1 No. New Orleans LIm. . I I'luiihorbood. ited, dally 11:35 t.m. at once creates a favorable f. It )KNMY, l'resldnt No. 13 Carolina Special, J. E. STOItMES, Vice IWU impression. dally 10:15 p.m. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. No. 3 Spemr Suppose you come and see I It. 1. :mur, Aw't Caihler. J. U (JlU., Ilook.Keper. CrltnlolMin,! Victoria ShifigU cial, dally 11:35 p.m. Htst5lat the nuny Seautiful samples No. 9 Spe"School Law. cial, daily 11:52 p.m. we have and get our prices. palntsd red ulthihlvritvofdHler. tlthemlvanUtd, or No. 27 Iilue Grass Speor preen, vou can fin J luit tht right styl of Cor Irish t Mtil Shinglra for cial, dally except your building. Look for Uadcmsik, "Cortrlghl" Ktg. U. S. Pat. OtL WE SOLICIT Y0UU UUSINES3. irLLil. llth itariiMuO't.l. tte J For Salt ill Sunday, arrives.. 8:15 p.m. end tifu. Jaii.l. lYeittr lor bM In j IlLVftflM, Samual U. Cochran. Hufmu. lull ion Hllhilt Alex It. Denny, For rates, routes and Information J. II. Posey, J. E. klM of V, Local Contractors or Cortrifiht Metal Roofing Co. Stormes. S. C. Dehny, J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott. Directors. call upon or address M. J. Coughlln. fcBJwin 114 iuoni sgont; 'phone 346. Philadelphia,- - Pa. ELLIOTT rENNEEAKER, 50 North 23rd Street. UjL;., !f:. Heirs, Delta. JUxauant (u a judgment rendered at thr August Term, l'JIC, the undersigned imiUiiMtonor will pell at public miction taUte highest and best bidder, before Court J louse door in Lancaster. Afy.. at 11 o'clock, A. M. or thereabouts it """' riifiin LIVE STOCK and Farming Implements PUBLIC iltifl AND RENTAL OF LAND Tuesday, October 31$t, 1916 I will sell at public auction, on the premises, About Sixty Acres of Land. lnre .Uft Mj With a telephone your home he the next room. This means prompt assistance, pain, saved. going to let another without a yUr wr Why takes chances? The cost trifling the service to a today This farm is located right at Hubble, Lincoln County, Ky., on the Rush Branch pike, five miles from Lancaster, five miles from Stanford and six and miles from Danville, right at two churches, school, stores and mill. The land is good and fertile, lies well, no waste land, good 5 room house, large new barn, large orchard, well watered and in the BEST neighborhood in Kentucky. This farm will be sold in lots of from Two to Twenty Acres each and each lot fronting on the pike with good building site and may be offered as a whole. EASY TERMS. Sale of the land begins promptly at 10 o'clock after the sale of which we will adjourn to my farm a few hundred yards distance where I will rent to the highest bidder 280 Acres of Land for the Year 1917 HORSES. MULES. nt and have a tive and tell little it costs to have telephone your house. Western Electric which 65 acres for cultivation the balance grass three porches, nice yard garden, barns, cribs stock scales orchard, several water convenient for handling stock every sell the following personal property. plantation walking horse, drives driving horse; mare, worker; pair the hands, mare farm has splendid other buildings, large works; Telephones mare. the extra 16i hands, 230Olbs mare pair extra CATTLE. HOGS. Time Table. Danville, Ky. Southern Rail Road. le J. Jersey fresh; grade, yearling 13 extra sows, Jersey heifers, all registered sire; 5 extra yearling short horn heifers, six 600 900 butcher steers; 4 registered yearling Jersey registered bulls, ready for service; walking registered Jersey fine roller, furnished application; carriage, printed tabulated calf. 25 extra yearling steers easy announced sale. farms extra 9 shoats, 3 white section grass drill, Oliver riding rake, cultivator, rubber sale. DINNER G. B. SWINEBROAD, LANCASTER, KY. Personal Stationery MESA HP Metal TU1W Shingles THE NATIONAL BANK Surplus $30,000. Capital $50,000. if! Florida Jefferson Safety Oeposit Boxes For Rent. Central Record. Se, The Central Record, Thursaay Oct 19 The Franklin County League, 19 Id Development KENTUCKY NEWS CUT of ICO members, wis organ-lieat Krankfort, to develop agricul- ture. In order to stimulate an Intelligent Interest In tho subjert of woman suffrage among the coming generation of citizens the Kentucky Cqual flights Association will offer $100 In prltoi for tho four best essays In fat or of thn (iiftaiuhlrcnictit of women. Tills contest open to nil pupils In the prltale and public schools of the will Lo TO THE QUICK FOR BUSY READERS Tho Kentucky Hta'c McJIcal Association will hi .1 Its annual meeting In Ilopkln.-- ' i.' 0 tolicr 21 to 27 JuilRf! John V l.ockett, KS years old, of llenilerfon, AssNlant Attorney Ocncral, dlnl In I'raniifort. Col. Theodore ttoocovc' will speak at Corhln nml I n lon We.lnesday, October IS, while in his Wrstcrn ram-palgtrip In lieiialf of lloglics nnd Commissioner's Sale of Real Estate. (JAKKAIU) ClItCUIT COURT. 1'laintilT, VS John Nelson, Defendant. AND W. It Manon, Grdn., et si on Cioss-petitioI'luIntHIV, VS 1. CARDS.j Or. Wm. D. Pryorn J. I'. Itobinson, In over million homes they know At some lime every woman has lind her cofTee problem "bad coffee, medium coffee, coffee thai wus never twice the same." A million women have solved the problem by serving Arbuckles'. Get npnekafjeof Arbuckles' Coffee today nnd see why. Everyone likes it. Morning after morning a million men praise it for its fine, full flavor. Women depend on it. In all these homes, it help3 make breakfast a complete success. Read what n few of these women say: "I recommend Arbuckles' CoiTre to my friends. I buy it oil the time because it is belter coffee." Miss II., Mercer, Ky. "I use Arbuckles' because it is stronger than 35s coffee, nr. J Arbuckles' packages aro full IG oz." Mrs. V., Coldwotcr, Kans. "I have been using Arbuckles' Coffee for years. I think it is the only coffee fit to drink." -- Mrs. A. C. W., Lay, Colo. "We have used Arbuckles' Coffee for ten yenrs, nnd have not yet found its superior or Miss H., Bessemer, Ala. equal." lisfc a I'alrlianks. While WnlUr I'helps, 10 years old. as asleep In a room Ir. hh mothrr'a Hat In l.oxliifton, unknovn persons entered tho rRui hy a rear window and " "The finest cup of coffee I ever tastcdl" Like these million other women you can have your husband say this. Isn't that satisfaction worth a little time and effort wouldn't it be worth while even to make n special trip to the grocery store for a package of that fresh, full flavored coffee a million other men are enjoying? Have it tomorrow. He will praise it morning after morning. When you serve Arbuckles' you will know why it has solved the coffee problem in over n million homes. took J400 In money nnd Jewelry. T. J. Conic s. President id tho Eastern State Normal School, has appointed I'. ('. Gentry, of Itlchmond, as Secretary and Iluslness .Manager o( tho coIIcrc. Klve deputies of the Kentucky fish and same warden made a rail of 2C0 miles on both shores of Crccn Itlvcr. They raptured and destroyed flshliiR nets and sclns valued at $3,000. Sulphur was partly swept by fire that originated In tho cupola of the llaptlst Church recently. The loss Is estimated at between tl.'.OOO and t20.t'00. Dr. Ira Landrlth, of Nashville, nominee, for of tho Prohibition party, delivered speeches In Henderson and other western towns and cities from the Prohibition special train which Is tourlnK tho country. Ueflnllo plans for bringing tho refining plant of the Mcllck Oil Iteflnlng Company to Lexington were Itarned when It was announced that the Hoard of Commerce had taken an option on fifty acres of land. In the new rlty directory just Issued, Lexington Is credited with a population of 41,500. n gain of 33.1 per cent In tho last decade. The Increaso over tho population of last year Is about 1,200. Tho Statu Board of Control of Char-ItablInstitutions elected Dr. S. L. Helm Superintendent of tho Institute for the succeeding Dr. II. Kerblc-Mlnde- at Krankfort, C. Kelioo, of There oro hundreds of varieties of coffee grown. To Ret the result you want, the coffee itself must be right. Arbuckles' Coffee is. It is put up by ArbucMe Uros., the Greatest in the world. They can Rive you Rreater value in coffee than anyone else. No wonder Arbuckles' is the tnost popular coffee in America today! Triplets two girls and a boy were born at Lexington to Mrs. Swift, wife of the Itev. W. A. Swift. Methodist minister and editor of tho Central Methodist. The youngsters aro well developed and apparently healthy. Itev. John Itoblnetta, Louisville, was found guilty of a misdemeanor and sentenced to spend six months In Jail. He was accused of having taken a gold watch and fob. a Quantity of stamps and some surgical Instruments from tho olllcn of Dr M. S. Klrwan. The Irish and sweet potato crops are reported poor generally throughout tho state. The average yield of Irish 11 KICK IS A GOOD t'LACK TO STOP FOR LITTLE .MONEY. T - LOUISVILLE HOTEL, LOUISVILLE, KY., Main St., between 6th and 7th. 2 people. $L'.00 each. 2 people, !!.2S each. 2 people, 2 50 each. 2 people, 2 people. 2 "5 each. 3.00 each. I' D. Oldham, of I.cxlng-- ' ton, was fined $10 and costs nnd given four hours in which to nppeil to the Circuit Court for an Injunction against 2 people, 1.25 each. tho enforcement of a Jail sentence 2eople, 1.60 each. given him In Police Court for refufal to hold up his hand and swear or a" Only. San Pranclsco In 1914. THE OLD INN, Louisville, Ky., Corner Sixth and Main Sts., European (Sroeg earnings of the LouUUIlo & firm tho correctness of a property re no ami up; Itoonn With Private Hath, Jl-'- O and up. Rooms Without lint's. II. Naslivlllo Italiioad Compaii) continue turn In the Assessment Depirnient of Mr. Oldham plei.'rd con REST KATINU PLACE IN TOWN. to show Increases as Indicate 1 by the tho city. walk to the Hotel and the tl.d Inn are Incottd in the whole dv district and only n three block's The Lnui-vili- .follow ln statement Issued from the sclentlous scruples against taking an Comptrollers olliie: First week Sep- oath, holding that consiItntloir.il rk'M rrtml (Jitu't iirnl tember, $!.304,!ni7i. Increase. $219. 12e. Is Involved. Louisville Hotel and Old Inn Company, from July 1 to September 1, 17.4 II, !"!, DudgctlnK of current expenses In Increase $2,351,982. keeping with the state's Income anilj (1. Clay, Sidney former legislator the Issuance of bonds for n sufficient fiom Ilourbon County, was shot and period of years to wipe out the Too Busy Otherwise. killed at the home of Lee lVners. detklte of $4,200,000, as well as' I'mle "Ami what iloes your young Clay has been In the limelight for sev- ent enactment of a tax law that will, tho "Why. mm do for ii lllni;V" Niece eral years. Mis wife, who wa Miss Justly distribute the burden, are uncle. J mi ain't expect JneU to do May Stoner, secured :i divorce a fow among the remedies proponed to meet BHBBK ' toothing for n Uxlng while we're gp TSZSXs BSCS Qt8 8S f MB BBS months ago. Hearers, who llvos near the state's flnauclal problem by Max liiixtun Transcript. 11. Nahm, of Howling Oroen. President Paris, was arrested. V. O. (lllbcrt, superintendent of pub-H- e of the Kentucky Il.mkera' Association. OF Instruction, has mailed checks In his annu.il address in Louisvillo be amounting to $550,"55.49 to school su- fore tho annual convention of tho state perintendents for the first installment bankers. duo city and rural school teachers. Of Looses from hog cholera In Ken this amount $I4K,07i.2i goes to tho tucky amounting to $2,000,000 annually 5? rural teachers and $!(2,G79.23 to city were reduced one half last year, acte.ii hers. cording to statement of Dr. Iiobort It Is reported In Krankfort that -I (raham. head of the Department of. Mrs. Jay McGcc, ol St:ph-envill- e. Thomas Welch, of Nlcholasvllle, may Diseases of Live Stock at tho expert bo Induced to reconsider his refusal Texas, writes: 'For ment station at I.oxlnnton. The reduc of tho appointment as secretary of the nine (9) years. I sulfcred with boon accomplished by work Dr. tion has I had terSlate Tuherceldsls Commlsidon. womanly trouble. hoic cholera serum laboratory ( Welch felt he could not afford to Rlo nt tho rible headaches, and pains In 1 up Ills practice, but efforts hare been nnd hy tho campaign conducted my back, etc. It scene J as It up tho that department In tho experiment sta made to Induce him to tako I would die, I tt.tlcied so. At Hoction during the Mat six jcars. work by the commission. show during these list, I decided to try Csrdul, Charllo llrown and Klma Cope, who ords were vscclmeted with jears 2'i.ci'n , a saving of the woman's tonic, and it myetcifoi.bly disappeared from their hogs per 90.1 cent of them. helped me right away. The homo nt Ilcntou n week ago, wore full treatment not only helped One of the most unusual dlvorco found dead beside each other In tho me, but it cured mc." woods near their homo Sunday. Three dulls over tiled In the Jefferson Circuit bullet holes nero In tho girl's body Court was dUposed of when Judge mid ono bullet had pierced llrown's A. M. Wallace Informed tho wifo her TAKE 1 heart. It Is believed they planned petition had no standing. Tho plainOlio tiray mart. 11 yenrs iM, work uny where, jjooti driver; bay tiff was married In 1S9S. to L. It. Cross-field- . und commuted a suicide pact. 1 Three years luter Crossdold disThe city of Newport will receive $10,-00- 0 inure, ciiilit years aid, work any where, dontl driver; sorrel tnnre, sevfrom tho I'nlted Stated (lot em- appeared. Six years later Mro'Cros work any where, good driver; 1 hlind horse, 7 yenis old, en years old. inent Seven years ago tho Newport field, believing her first hiikbaud dead, pumping plant on tho Ohio ltlver became tho wlfo of Walter 11. fryer and ilentle for women and children to drive; 1 nuile coll; 1 mare innlo burned, An oil lamp placed on tho I'rycr nnd his wife lived happily to Th9 Woman's Tonic colt; 1 horse coll; 1 bay mare, six years old and colt; 2 I'.ooil milk cows; bulldlui: as a signal (lovcrnmcnt light ccthcr until August 3, 191U, when wagon; 1 bugiiy and exploded, causing tho lire, It was clalm-i- Crossficld, husband No. 1, was locutod 2 jjonii suekllnii calves; I head of hogs; 1 two-liorr- e Cartful lit Ips women In time Tho lo. j entailed was $40,000 and at I'rankfort, Ky. Threo days after harness; 1 hay frame; 1 cultivator; 1 section harrow; 1 itirnlntf plow; 2 Newpuit UK J ruclilm for that amount this discovery Mrs. Fryer filed suit ol crcatest need, because It to divorce hubsuijd No. 2. caltikt "l0 Covcraincut. contains Ingredients which act double sho-- el plows; 1 laying olT plow: II sets of plow gear; 1 eight acre specifically, yet gently, on the Held of corn; some household and kitchen furniture. womanly organs. weakened So, I! you feel discouraged, unable to blue, do your household work, on account ol your condition, stop Incorpornlfd. worrying and Give Car Jul a helped thousands trial. It has AIS ol women, why net you? Ii-Try CarduL 339-- F 13 -Prompt The Only Hotel In I.ouUvilU1 Operated on the American nnd European Plans. Rooms without Hath hut with Hot and Cold Running Water. AMERICAN PLAN. single. 1!.00 per day; 75 Idioms (With Meal) single. 2 fiO per day; M Rooms 00 per day; single, M I'ront Rooms Rooms with Private Hath: silicic, 3.00 er dii) ; fill Idiom single, H.&Operday; SO Idiom EUROPEAN Itsoms without Hath but with Hot and Cold Running Water. single. $1.00 per day; TS Itoonn ( Without Meats) iugle, 1.00 per day; flO Idioms single, 1.&0 per day; 60 front Itoom Itooms with Private Hath: tingle, 1. 60 per day; Ml Rooms firgle. 2.00 per day; fill Itoom l'fN. 2 people. $0.70 each. 2 people, 1.00 each. 2 people, 1.25 each. Plan ' poor. llond Issues for tho Improvement of public roads have been voted In 2S countries aggregating f5.755.000. In nearly all of these counties tho bonds hate been sold nt a premium and tho money on deposit Is drawing Interest at n rate of from 2 to 4 per cent. (Irovcr C. Il.iker. turfman, member j of tho firm of linker & Adair, Covington, was made defendant In a suit filed by Prances Hose, executrix of tho es ' tate of Ooorgo Itoso. She declares September 30. 1910, Il.iker borrowed $2,125 from her hiwband, who died In potatoes Is estimated at 73 bushels per acre, and of sweet potatoes 79 bushels. Late garden conditions arc at Hainey s Livery S5ts4p. Kentucky crude oil has taken an.- Lancaster. KentucXj other iipvr.i,! turn, the Ik tier grade being advainPd to $1.85 toil the Inferior msd. to 85 rents per barrel. John Nclstn, Defendant. Pursuant to n judgment rei.dered nt Iho adviniPH were 111 and 5 cents e tho respecthe grade.. Oiieratnrs pre- the August Term, 19115. the underdict that the former high record prt' "v signed Commissioner will sell at public auction to the highest and best bidder of $2 and 90 nuts on the two gim' r, before the C'eurt House door in will again b9 quoted liefoie the lnt: Kv-- . bt II o'clock A. M., or1 season is far advanced. thereabouts on H. IV. Marrow, UrMlualc Optician Dr. C. i'. Owens, 53 yenrs old, noted MONDAY. OCTOIIEU 2.1. KilC, j cil.c Ficitit Hut ifi timmiirnicei. alienist and one of the mot promfn n It Leinc the fust day of the (larratd physicians In Kentucky, died nt h'i Court Term, tho rest estate mentioned home, Covington, of Injuricw sustain i j in the pic .dings and described as fol-In nn accident nt l.ntonia race conr.e lows: In a rush for a car follo-vlr- s tho In"' In Currnrd County, Kentucky, In the; to tie City of Lancaster, and in what is race. Dr. Owens was thrn-cground. fell on hlri known as Iiaker Addition to said City Sevoinl pcr-o- m Phone 391-on Campbell Street and II" suffered a fractnro of h!.i hip j of Lancaster, follows: deicribed ns Ileing lot No. lit which was followed by complications.' of llaker Addition, on the West side ut Charles IJvans llughfs. the l:cpub- - Campbell street with n front of 82 feet! BUCKEYE, KY. Ilcan presidential romlrm, iina'cil and on the Noith fide 217 feet, South tho mountain section of Katern Ken- side llaker Avcrue 219 feet, on thej tucky last week. It was the la1' of Wc st by the I, & N. Railway's right j tho candidate to throw so nui-- h en of way 104 feel, ar.d containing- 92, poles, nnd bofnp; the same lot conveyed no-.- ' . thti'l ism Into 1)."00 r.i IJ. Carter. Match 18, 189S, by J. ' tiJ-- t to J. votl: p mountaineers that lliev W. Miller, Master Commissioner for A' nnd on behalf gn to the poll on r!c"lon ill Fine Cut of Abner linker's heirs ' big barheci.o was held In lIUcivl' by deed recorded in the Clerk's Oflic. )a : (mrrnrd County Court In Deed IJook TI wee six speeches irnde, M. at Louisville. 1C page My. The purpose of the sale is to satisfy What rallioad officials LelleTo wn-- ; the debts ocs'iist the said .trim Nelson an attempt to elerpll the III!;,:, as follows: W. II. Mason, UuHrdian of cl.il wai dl'CovBreJ Jt ct before the Masters Heirs. $.147 75; S. G. & J. It. T'io Itislde' Hasi-lden- , special left Paint vl!!e. debt & interest, $100.5C; finnge on one of tho rails had J. I. Hamilton, debt & interest, tmahci In such a way that the tr.u $127.15; Davidson & Doty, debt & inmen said it coi 1 1 only have he r e!i i e terest $2.1.22; Theo. Currey. debt & inby n sledo hammer. The break . -- terest ?2G.03; total debt, ff.24.71. estiLick. discoierrd several rnlniitiw before the mated cot of uction. $100.00. TERMS: Hughes "peci.il was rct.ednled to The sale will be made on a credit o arid a new rail was put In place In a II. Casey, IK V. six months and the purchaser will fow minutes. required to execute bond with an The Crurt of Appeals construed Sec- proved security for the purchase price, tion 19.1 It of tho Kentucky Statutrs duo in six months after date bearing which prov'de" for the registration interest at the rate of six ner cent ner Veterinary with the County Clerk the names of nnnum from date until paid, hnvinc the f Gradllllte comprising a firm. If the force and effect of h judgment for tho person College. which execution may issue, rn.Vute to asIs conducted under an business DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. sumed or fictitious name. Tlio court W. II. Itrown, Master Commissioner Gnrrard Circuit Court, ar.d a lien will holds that the statute Is unconstitu- he reerved upon the property sold untional, being violative of Section 51 of til all the purchase money is pidd. thn constitution In any case except W. II. iirown. M. C. O. C. C. where the name of the business Is a Am. Rourne, Auctioneer. fictitious or as!i".rd name. FUNCRAL DIRECTOR At a meeting of the Fifth District Olllce Over National Ilanlr. members of tho Southern Wholesale comprising Dry Goods Association, lounlj Court Days. Residence 1'hone 3. Office TiVoae 27 Kentucky nnd West Virginia, held In LANCASTER, KY. Richmond, 1st. Monday. IjxIngton, Ky.. a resolution opposing regu tho proposed Stephens-Ashurs- t Paris, 1st. Monday. latlon price bill was unanimously Krankfort, 1st. Monday. adopted. Tho bill was characterized Harrodsburtf, 1st. Monday. as detrimental to Jobbing and retail Lexington, 2nd. Monday. pro Interests nnd the dry goods men Stanford, 2nd.Mor.day. pose to wage an active campaign Shelbyvillc. 2nd. Monday against tho measure. Carlisle, 2nd. Monday. That practically all of the tobacco Danville, 3rd. Monriar. to close out at In Kentucky Is housed Is the statement Lawrenceburtr, 3rd. Monday of Commissioner of Agriculture Cohen In his crop report for October, it Is Nlcholasvllle, 3rd. Monday. G. Mt. Sterlinc. 3rd. Monday. curing well and Is good In color, tex Somerset, 3rd. Monday. ture and quality. It Is estimated that hurley tobacco will yield 919 pounds Georgetown, 3rd. Monday. 0ir.ee Hours )tSST per acre, and dark tobacco will yield LANCASTER. 4th. Monday S51 pounds per acre as n state aver-- ' Winchester, 1th. Monday. age. This Is a high estimate and runs M. K. Denny and W. Wbeder Montlcello. 4th. Monday. nlout 78 nnd 77 pounds per acre, re- Versailles, 4th. Monday spectlvely, higher than last car's re-- I Doctors Of Denial Surgery; state. Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. Office J.E. EDWARDS, M.D Honaker Flowers. John PlcRobert5. etc H. .J. PATRICK, lrn Dentist. Paint Kentucky I John S. Veterinary Surgeos. .J. A. Beazlev Three Brown Manle CULTIVATORS COX, cost, 6. Manse,Ky -, 1 port. Attorney Will Ottice; III I TREES rv :OI i hi i -- 'stornu't Ktitldicgorei Hurt A on' urntiiirc Hterc KENTUCKY LANCASTER. Aii Proprietors. nJm-Jm Fruitand ShadeTrftes Shrubs. Grape Vines, Rhubarb, Asparagus, Roses, Phlox, Peonies iHf EverylliinjJ for Orciinrtl. Lown aat Garilen. Write for free Cutaloiiie. No Ajts H.F.Hillenmeyer & Son?; M Uul v",: il ma Lcxlniiton. 1841. Kentucky. 191C ill """ll-fl- ifJ iiV ui'U Rrr rrt HUNTERS TAKE NOTICE: laving sold my farm, will on 1 a RSIil m'! : ff. aturdau, October 28th beginning at 10 a. m at my home near Spainey. sell at public auction, the following: More Silo f This Agreement Witnesseth; That in order to protect tlie Kame on our lands for a jiniod of three roars vt bind ourselves not to liunt tlicreoa, nor permit anybody else to do so, and wofurthcr agree to prosecute with dili uence all persons who violute the gumt laws of Kentucky or trespass upon cur And , lundi for the purpose of hunting. we further agree to act as I)eput Game Wardens for the purpose of car-- , rviuR out this agreement. Except each of us have the right to kill rabbits ur our ."arms or permit it to be done by another under our supervision, or the supervision of some responsible and reliable person selec'ed by us. This November 15lh. 1015. J. K. Robinson, It.. L. Elkin, W. II. II row n, Jno. M. Karra, Alex Walker, V. U. llurton, T. A. Klkin. Haselden Uros.. F. M. Tinder. J. II. Dalton, Logan Hubble, John II. Smith. .1. N. Ross. U. M. Deshon. Less Money Make no deal for a tilo without getting our figures and fixture!. We Rive more and better anchorage. Slauncher door (came. Steel. hinged, four-latcdoor, Sleel step ladder, step every 19 inches. Uetter compare, tive contraction throughout. Get Our Prices Before You Buy Our dirtrt Kipmcnt ol Uvi nJ fii. tutft and tmallei tlKng nj cprtin montjr than eitxriM retftn mort tJo lor ! ny iJo company n tivt you. prov Ll ui figutfit ultK on day of sale. Terms easy and made known Jacob SchulzConipany Fine Cut Flowers For or 83. Fisher Herring, Hughes Uros, Withers Uros. II. D. Cox, J. W, Sweeney, W. M. Mah.n. KKNTl'CKY SILO B. D. Dyehouse. Occasions. CO. W. 1'. Kincaid, Mr. Stanford, Ky. I1ASKLDKN IIROS. William, Marcus atiJ Jim Whit. II. V. Wilmot, J. U. Yopv. Mrs. David Chrnanlt, Frtd J. Conn, W. R. Cook. J, tV. Elmore, T. C. Rankin, Huffman ttros, Wm. G. Andsrson. Moss W. Jno. M, White, Phones All Orders Kecei"e Attention Agents fur Garrard County. Capt. W. T. Kiny, Auctioneer. Wm. F. Miller, Agt. Lancaster. Sam Cotton, T. M. Arnold. Jr. R. E. Henry. A. U. llradshaw, R. L. Darker. a llrignt Herring. Scott Hulliusu 4.. V' I'n'ii tannic ntt it u it'I i X The Central Record, Thursday Oct 19 PAINT LICK Miss Lizzie Best is visiting friends In 19 16' till HHI i MI till 111 III Making the Little Farm Pay ly C. C. BOWSFIttD Lexington. Mr. E. C Cornelison was a visitor I Mr. Hugh Tarkington of Danville was a visitor here Sunday, j 1 Mr. Richard Hops of Kirksvllle was a No notice will be accented o?er lou III. linn, and will be only In two latnei ol Hie Owners uf small farms who are sup recent visitor of Mr. Mid Boss. Miss Marie Ledfonl was the guest of tcot, free of chart plying tho market with poultry moat For Sale: Some nice Alfalfa baled can do o neat stroko of business by Mi.s Ava McWhortrr Sunday. resMiss Nannie Mcllroom of Richmond Homer Tlntley preparing capons for high cla hy. I taurants, hotels flinl clubs, tn handling Is tho guest of Mrs. E O. Karris. FOK KENT My farm of CJ acres a good sited poultry plant this branch Quite a number attended Coburn's For particulars apply to for 1917. of tho business aliouiu nave n puue. I enpons J. A. Conn. Jr. Lancaster, Ky The principal demand forearly sumh Minstrels in Lancaitet Saturday night. !ttripM tho holldar and Mr. and Mrs. George Ballard are re worth joicing over the arrival of a boy tho For Sale: Some nlre Hill onions, uicr. The heavier bird aro when most per pound, so that I 13th. C. It. Henry, Klrksville, Ky tho seven pound capon brings 2S cents Mr. and Mrs. Ho-kiof Richmond nound. ono welching ten pounds For Sale 100 bushels extra quality worth 30 to 32 cents a pound. There were guests of Mrs, Sophia Trcadway absolutely clesn wheat. Sunday, la luia umvituvb- - ,i. mw nvifc .......... G. A. Swinebroad. Therefore to he grown most profltably Miss Chnstinc Kucker entertained a tho fowls should bo of a largo type. few friends at rook on Wednesday For Kent for the year 1917. a house Experienced growers use sucu urettis evening. and 15 acres if grass, and 20 acres to as the rinnouth IlocK. Wyaniiouo ai Dr. Jcanette Wallace of St Loui.. Ornlnzton. There aro others perha bn nut in wheat. J. F. Conn, eauallr Rood, but tliese aro leaner. has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. Capons fatten easily nnd economically, F. Frances. K. F. 1). no 1 Lancaster. Ky. Ttior can Generally lo forced to ten The High School pupils enjoed a deFOK SALE: One horse wagon and twMinil, at nn ntri nt rlcht or tlllia lightful outing at Cartersville Friday It should be the aim of the feed months. buckboard and two harness; one afternoon. each, grower to get tliem just as largt capacity 40 bushels boxes, Mesdsmes O. C. Kucker, Kobt DunMrs. I. C. Kucker, can and Tom Logsdon have been on the Paint Lick, Ky, sick list the past week. Mrs. Maurice Burton has returned Fresh Cow For Sale Roscoe Hud' h.imu alter several weeks visit with son. Hubble, Ky. friends in Hamilton, Ohio. WANTED Thrte or four II. I'. Gas Mr. Gilbert Uevere and Mis Mary oline Engine, mounted on trucks or one Barnes were married Sunday morning that can be so mounted. D. M. Carter at the home of Rev. C. S. Ellis. Cartersville. Ky, Mr. and Mrs. O. II. Hendren and children spent the week end with Mr. I desire to rent my house and lot at Hendren's parents near Danville. Buckeye for the year of 1917. Mrs. A. G. Butner and son Harold, Mrs. Mary Dickerson Richmond Ky. have returned home after a few days For Rent Good farm at the head visit with Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Burchell. waters of Sugar Creek. Miss Elizabeth Bryant has recovered A. W. Kavanaugh. sufficiently from a severe attack of appendicitis to resume her school work. Timothy Hay-F- or Sale. 300 bales; Mils Ethel Estridge and Mrs. Stella sell as whole or in 10, 20, or 30. bale spend Conn. KXrXBIKSCED OBOWEnB est seen BMXDS McWhorter left Thursday to Fred J. lots. A3 TUG FLTUOUTU I OCK. several days with friends in Lexington 2t Mrs. Fannie Walker, of Lancaster possible by this use, or when market FOR SALE: A fine two yesr old conditions are best. It Is not wise to was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Southdown puck. I.awson and Brown. keep tbem longer than ten months. Walker from Thursday until Saturday. s capons fatten easier than other Miss Janette Eldndge spent the week FOK SALE; Three heifers and fowls, there Is not much dltllculty In G. W. Elam. providing suitable rations. The birds er.d in Lexington and took in the foot one good bull calf, are not to have too much range after ball game between State and Vander- China boar, 1 year being caponlzed, For Sale:-I'olanbut lu pleasant bin. old, a good one. C. II. Green, weather they will do well If they have Mrs. A. B. Estridge, Miss Ethel, Paint Lick Ky, Route 2. the run of an aero or two. On such Emma, and Lucile, Mr. Roy Estridge places they And a variety of seeds and and Mrs. K. J. Walker spent Saturday STRAYED From my place about Insects which they relish. This is only It Is in Danville. for pleasant weather, however. two weeks ago a red Duroc sow weigh Mr. Carlos Fish and wife of Frank ing about 200 pounds. Reward for in useless to try to mako chickens thrive In wet or stormy weather unless they fort and Mr. Ebb Fish of near Berea formation are conQned In dry quarters. Capons were guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Tom Chesnutt, Marksbury, Kv. should be allowed all the corn that Fish Sunday. they will clean up In the morning and Mr. and Mrs. Millard Ledford, Mr. Farm Foe Sale at noon. Then In tbo evening they should have a moist mash made up of and Mrs. Willie Hendren were guests My farm of 54 acres for sale. One equal parts of conimca). ground oats of Mr. and Mrs. George Woodv at mile from Paint Lick, close to good and wheat middlings. If they are Kingston Sunday. school and church. not allowed field range they need Mr. and Mrs, C. L. Burchell left Sun Elias Smith, Paint Lick, Ky. about a 10 per cent addition of meat day for their home in Fort Scott. Kan. scraps In this mash. If sklmmtlk Is trallablo It Is excellent for moisten- and were accompained by his mother Keep tha Mind Frtih. ing the mash, or It can bo fed to them Mrs. J. E. Burchell. A fresh mind keeps the body fresh. thick and sour. When tt comes to Mr and Mrs. Lewis Guvn motored to Take In the Ideas of the day, drain close confinement tn preparation for Shelbyville the past week. Mrs. Guyn off those of yesterday. a masb of this kind should remaining for a the market visit of some length be given twice a day, with at least ono to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. O. feed of whole corn. This class of poultry, or tn fact any Fitzpatrick. Renewing Rubber. The services conducted at the Presby other kind, should be supplied with Rubber that has lost Its elasticity may be rejuvenated, according to tbo Just such food as It will clean up terian church by Rev. Wm Telford, of quickly. Tho feeding troughs or pans Journal de Pharmacia et do Chlmle, ought to be cleaned every day. It Is Richmond closed Wednesday evening. Seven were added to the church on proby Immersing It for five minutes In a also part of the owner's duty to see fession of faith. bnth of glycerin mixed with 23 times tho smaller birds get their share Its volume of distilled water and thatthe food. In any flock there are The Nickel Club will give a charity of heated to 70 degrees Centigrade and fowls that bully the others, and to get supper Friday, Oct 20th at the Hall then drying It with filter paper. uniformity It Is sometimes necessary The menu will consist of sandwiches, to bare two or mora pens for feeding salad, croquettes, potato chips, pickles Not only Is It necessary to feed regu- and coffee. Admission 25 cts. larly and abundantly, but the birds Mr. K. G. Woods is building an need to be quiet nnd comfortable, excitement Is bad for chickens In any attractive bungalow on the lot adjoin Train Schedule At Lancaster, ky. stage of tho ioultry business. In the ing Mr. Fred Halls residence, and Messrs feeding of capons or other fowls clean Curry Rice and Sonny White have purARRIVE. To Mtyaville, connecting at Kichmon water and grit should always bo avail chased lots from Mr. Jack Davis and with L & N to Frankfort & Louisville; able. will erect modern homes in a short time While the owner of nearly every No 71; 8:35 a. m. On October the eleventh promptly at poultry plant can make It pay to ban To Rowland & Stanford connecting dlo a few capons for a select trade, ten o'clock Alias Dora Calico and Mr. at Rowland, L & N to all points South I do not urgo the ndopllou of this Charlts Friend, of Florence Indiana branch of bushiest to tho exclusion were united in marriage in the parlor No 28; 11:04 a. m. I am of tbo production of broilers. of the Presbyterian manse bv the To Richmond, connecting with L & quite sure that when n toiiUry owner brides pastor Rev. W. M. Eldridge. N to Irvine & Beattyville, Lexington seta out for meat production he will Only friends tt Cincinnati, Middlesboro & Knoxville. make money easier by Felling the were n few close the onlyand relatives present and attendants young cockerels nt two months than No 70; 11:50 a. m. by carylng them over to maturity, but were Miss Willie Mue Calico and Mr. To Richmond, connecting with fast there may bo n surplus of them, and Charles Gooch. The bride wore a dark In this enso It Is a good policy to cupon. blue cloth going away suit with hat train to Cincinnati. lie tho birds and lit them for market and gloves to match. She is a young No 27; 2:00 p. m. at eight to ten months. Any fnlr sized To Louisville, connecting at Lebanon poultry plant can innko It profitable woman of rare sweetness of manner Junction to Elizabethtown & Bowling to rod uce tho various kinds of meat and stnngth of character. The groom Green, and at Bardstown Junction to that ore requlicd by critical buyers, as s a prosperous young business man and well as to supply fresh eggs to their is indetd to be congratulated upen the Bardstown & Springfield. After an elab customers. In connection with n study woman ho has won. No 9; 8:42 p. m. of what tho best trade demands one orate dinner at the home of tho To Stanford, connecting with fast must learu methods of economical and brides sisttr Mis. Walter Nrunan, the train to Bristol & Atlanta. safe feeding. This Is a problem that happy couple left for Louisville for a may bo easily solved nhcre there lire stay of several duys, after widen they a few acres of land on which to operwill be at home to their friends at Florate the poultry plant. ence Indiana. The sincere good wishes of a wide circle of friends go with them Plant Wheat Late. new life. The undersigned hereby give warnIn a late bulletin the Pennsylvania jnto their ing to all persons not to trespass upon state department of agriculture urges our lands for any purpose whatever as farmers to do their planting of wheat we will prosecute all offenders to ful. as lato as possibles this fall In order to avoid test extent of law. Hunters and. causes tbo Hessian fly pest, wblcb most of the damage. Late Fishermen especially take notice. plowing, It Is pointed out. will destroy Ed & N B Price R. L. Elkin the eggs. W. It. Cook. Mrs. Rebecca J. West. This was done with success In many II. 0. Arnold. James G. Conn, Pennsylvania counties last year, Reports to the department Indlcato a big J. C. Morgan, J. P. Bland. Should be Engraved or Long Bros J. II, and W. S. Weaver decline In the oats yield becauso of the Emboised oowadayt. W. T. West. weather conditions during the late J. Booth Sutton. W. L Lawson and son. Howard King, summer and that cold wet weather baa affected potato crop to a great It reflects pood taste and Miss Carrie Boulden, J, II. Rigshy. extejnt J. C. Rigsby, John Richardson, at once creates a favorable A. C. Miles. J. B. Woods. impression. J. II. Thompson, Jno. M. Farra. B. L. Kelly. David Steven. Suppose) you come and see Frank Thompson. S. C. Rigsby. the many beautiful samples D. M. Anderson. J. II. Thompson. StuiNG Automobiles Davis Sutton Am and Ed Bourne. we have and get our prices. Mrs. J- Wads Walker. Dave Dudderar AMmvcuous BUSINISS THU P. B. Thompson. W. II. Cummins. Jerry Bland. Win, Lesr. liraiuallai Uactll Ciiitia rUwractiiiu Kmmc fu Uni'MD. lo rucis, Uoaomcai bit. W. S.'Ferguson. hot CuiMtcButfaovta Mtair. We will add other names for 25 cent cash'. lit aciati Wtanc Want 0 Soi t4M, Sonoa, Mil the ! draea halo Ihli hramnclt tot the eielu if a nt oloor farmer anbtcrlb. and It for 01 ttoek, riainanil tuch thlnm on lam at lb farmer cannot altord la miter here Friday, THE 4 64 We announce the arrival of hundreds of Women's Smartest Suits, Coats, Serge Dresses and Millinery, Our buyer, Mr Harry D. Pushin, has just retnrned from the New York markets, where he was fortunate in securing several hundred of the newest Fall and Winter Garments, among which are: A large number of exclusive sample garments, one of a kind, assuring you of an exclusive style that wjll not be duplicated. These attractive garments have arrived and are now on display and sale on our immense second floor Suit and Millinery Room. We Invite you to come in, look through and try on these luxurious fashionable newest fall garments. Every good authentic style, color and trimming combination are represented in our immense showing. Women's and Viisss Suits. More than five hundred Women's and Misses smart Fall and Winter Suits, of pure wool poplins, sturdy gaberdines, rich chiffon broadcloths, soft velours, one novelty checks. Pleated, belted and flare models. Some luxurously trimmed with fur, in the season's richest colors of blues, purples, burgnndys. plums, seal brown, soft greens and black. Sizes and models to fit every size and type of figure from the small 14 Misses up to the extra large 55 inch bust measure. Most exceptional values at $12.50, 15.00, 19.50, 25.00, 29.50, 35.00 and up to $49.50. Th Season's Smartest Coats. and up to 45.00 An almost unlimited variety of hundreds of the most attractive Foil and Winter Coats, appropriate for every occasion, street, afternoon and evening wear, of soft velours, smart mixtures, fine broadcloths, seal plushes ami silk velours. Swagger full flare models. Belted, largcd pocket and large cope collars, trimmed in velvets, plushes and fine fur. Most exceptional values at $7.50, $10., $12.50, $15., $19.50, $25. L. & N Extra Special More Apparel for Little Folks More than 200 girls smart winter Coats in ages, 2 to 10 years, of velours, corduroys, cheiots, plushes and astrachlns, extra special values ut than one hundred women's and misses' Sport Coats in medium and heavy weight suitable for present and winter wear in rich mixtures, plaids und stripes, extra special values nt $2.98. $3.75,$5, $6.50, $7.50 and up to $10. GIRLS SCHOOL WASH DRESSES $3.98, $5.00 and $6.50 50 & 98C New Dresses More than one hundred newest serge and serge nnd satin combination tlresses appropriate for 20 dozen wash dresses, G to I I year, sizes in dark gingham and percale, high neck and long sleeves, extra special 50c and 98c street and afternoon wear, in the season's newest pleated and belted models, wool and silk embroidery trimmed special values at Girls all Wool Serge Oresses wine, attractively made and trimmed, special values t More than iOO newest (his Fall's nil wool serge Dresses for girls, G to M year sizes, in blue brown and 4 POSTED ti $7.50, $10.00, $15.00 and $19.50 $1.98, $2.98, $3.75 and $4.98 Personal Stationery Season's Smartest Hats are Here In the last few days, we have received hundreds of the newest hats direct from New York, of Velvets, Plushes & Velours, and Turn-u- p effects, small Toques, and Tom styles, in the most fashionable trimming of birds, teuthers,' Sailors, large gold and silver novelties. You would make no mistake in selecting your hat from our wonderfully largo breasts, and metallic showing. No two hats alike, and models suited for every type of face and figure. Come .in, look through und try on some of our fashionable hats. Prices too. are most moderate. You would be surprised of how good looking a hat you con buy as low as $2.98 and then on up to s, $3.75, $5.00, $6.50 and $10.00 Misses' and Children's Hats Misses and Chilojfte in rich velvets, felts, velours and plushes, A most representative showing of the newest creations for and modeled, special values at dalntly trimmed - ' Central Record. 98c, $ 1 .50, $ 1 .98 and up to $3.98. 4 J