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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): November 23, 1916 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1916 cen1916112301_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): November 23, 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. Twenty seventh v ar. LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON.'NOVEM BER 23. 1916. We will go to prass one day earlier next week In order for our entire office PROGRESSIVE force to enjoy ThankfHlvIn rnhlilt. " YOUNG FARMER. NUMBER 34. 1 SOME To Be THINGS Thankful For 1 This has been a glorious Kail, bounYoung Mr, Samuel Kmbry brought teous crops have been harvested, we lire at peace for .vhlcli let us return to this office a few stnlks of cotton he had raised In his father's garden, It thanks next Thursday. Is n fine specirnan and proves that KenLost: Gold medal marked "Awarded tucky can raise most anything, but her M Geo. It CVowell", Liboral reward finct crop is boyp, of which Samuel is, r, to finder If lull with Rev. F. D lt-pLancaster Ky. V V S uv -'. v ev kTt' That our prices on Stoves are reasonable. That our goods in any line are the best. That we arc thoroughly prepared to supply all orders, and p Found A black leather pursn With HAVING A HOG two handkerchiefs and nail flic, In front of Italney's stable: Owner may have KILLING TIME. same by applying to this office and paybam Johnson tells us ho Is having a ing for'notice. Hog Killing time at his Sanitary You will please send all lotion and Slaughter House on Danville street. news Items to the Record not later than He also renders your larj and grinds Monday next week, in order that we your sausage, cheaper than you can do may enjoy suckisg our thumbs while it at your home. He I'hone 354 G. you eat turkey, delivers the goods after the killing. ! An ONE Sun Eeats the The Caloric way i3 Nature's way most Ecasible, economical and healthful. No unsightly, expensive pipc3 and flues to cause fire danger, waste heat and clutter the cellar. The absence of pipes prevents overheating Iho cellar, hence produce is not spoiled. Its great heat radiation will save you at least 359b of your fuel. Entirfc Sarfh So ONE Register Heats Your Entire House MEETING AT WHITE OAK. MRS. SOUTH IDENT ELECTED PRES- That it pleases us to please you. Elder F. M. Tinder Is conducting a meeting at White Oak school house. Preaching every night, much interest Is being manifested and nil arecnrdndlv Invited to attend. OF EQUAL RIGHTS ASSOCIATION. . in CONN 2 SPANISH al CO BROS. 'NEW HOME. Mr. W. A. Dickerson has about com- pleted his new residence, on the lot cently purchased of J. K. Dickerson. on Maple avenue. The house is modern in every way, of the bungalow type and when completed will be quite an addition to this popular thoroughfare. LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLlls. te.'.,hu Friend of Mrs. John Glover South, known to us as Christine Uradley, are delighted with the honor paid her when tin Wn tn.irl.. 1'ru.Mj.nt f ,1... V..i.nl ,,,. i i.. , , ,t" A. CAKE. RAIS IN POUND. 0) THANKSGIVING SERVICE. I,ouisillo Friday. After the election Mrs. South was presented to the convention and a huge lioijuet of chrysan themum was given her. She made a short talk in which rhe pledged her beat eirorls in heh.ilf of the objects of he association. ' Tbfre are three reason3 or this Uf, saving. 1st, TUt wim a!.-- tmcIics p furs'- - li your (zi" I'o-sj!- '-. . a'vtorbos.vr.ii 5fft. u te uutictl i.n.v" ...I cntcJ mmbuillon tiiuj .tiuilr.; piilnto perfect comto-foa- , thoroyh Uurulns o! the fuel anac uutli ".caicr heiilua surice. .Trd. Oar VflM srecbl'.y jiten'cd trlpla casfnj, Insuhlcl v.il!i air snccs, prevents any best frorj ndis'ln into the tmemcnt. This Is the only jurceMfcl, WW pitcntcd, furnicecaJ no other e H can claim these three big f:uiui. ThU V mcaus that you get all tin Jivatfraia youifuci. .AtM to (if-tuc- ,VWI ( Pt t! 3 yoor co-- j Ss!l Under Gtrcrantci ica r-:- : P';.cl, : zi la jiivc it a r - J Z ZD New Store. We UJ -- z J are now located in our new store Q O O Ll) and are better prepared than ever before to serve our customers. We appreciate your patronage and will endeavor to please you. -- J (J) Theo See Currey. ' hi Border of "Ad" for Names of Cakes. 3 10-3U- to'llflHd OJLS I H d 3 Irtr -i OLD HICKORY WAGON I Thank .giving services will be con- ducted this year at the Methodist. rUKu MA11UN " cliurch, Nov. 30th, beginning at And Handsome Garage To Be Erected Sermon by itev, n. s. Hudson, all rongreg,tions uttcnd.altestlng their , B Haledtn Broherj thankfulness for peace and prospi-ritWith an automobile for every seventy live persons in the stat? of Kentucky, RESIDENCE SALE. the year 131l stands out prominently as The resilience to be sold at public a motor car year for this state. With auction on Saturday, November i5th, nearly 38.00U automobiles in use in the by Jb. W. Smitn, is one of the moit llluegrass state, means a gain over last modern and complete homes in Lancas- year of nearly 13,000 machines. In ter and the purchaser of this property view of tlds increasing demand and the will certainly have, a nicely located new j unprecedented sales of the Ford cars, It-home. Haselden Brothers, the local agents for ! tliia popular car, have just purchased nrtvn Valler, the lot adjoin DU I from 'Mr' Alcx HUnfc ing the alley next to the store of Mat Mr. Green Clay Walker has just purson a"d West and known as the old chased the properly now occupied by Singleton property, for which they paid Mrs. May Hughes Noland, on $l,t50 and will erect immediately a street, of Wlr Alex Walker, for handsome concrete gatage and Ford which he paid $2300. Mr. Walker gets I ,os.es,ion January 1st. when it will be ! ,V T , occupied by he and Mrs. Walker as n l'otseasion of this property was given residence. The property is practically by Mr. Walker at once and already new and at the price quoted isconsider-e- d work has been started for'this modern cheap. Sen ice Station. The building will be absolutely fire THREE GOOD RESIDENCES. proof and heated with steam and should prove u blessing to the many car own-erIn this issue of the Krconl appear as well as profitable to the entvr-- , the n(!vertimcnt announcing the pubprising owners. When completed Lanlic 8tte of thre of the most modern can boast of three of the best resiliences in the city. They are all caster garages in me state, all of which we , ui.iriCL or itanuu hi me the eily and jn close proximity to .... i : v iiivirurui iiu.huit ui tars imw public Miiuie These places are nd-- 1 use Ivertmd to absolutely sell and someone) needing a nice home will do well to NOT GUILTY OF SLANDER j look them over. dtKlllt ut mm iMs. few KM A co.4c,.Ha,u; few Haselden Bros,f Bf&bfl 42JLiiLl e J lb nmin Paints All Kinds. All Sizes. ,!. Window Glass McRoberts Drug Store YOU NEED A FLASH LIGHT TOO. ... Runs Lighter-Last- s Longer CATTLE BY THE HUNDRED.; . SAYS STANFORD JURY. Five times as many used as any other wagon. Our prices are right. Sold by W. J. ROMANS ot tile most sensational casis lie t.vi.r foUKlt out fll court ww btoae)lt ..... .,,.-,- ., ion oi to M c ose Saturday afternoon in the goou cattle next Monday as numerous Lincoln Court when the jury pronoun lettei-- havt been received from reliab'e ced "not guilty" in the damage suit of dealers announcing the fact that they $15,000 brought by Jones Anderson will be here on county court dnj , The against Mis. Fisher Metrmg. spirited demand for cattle at this time J. E. Robinson of Lancaster and K. insured n number of buyers and as Mr. S. Alcorn of Stanford, represented Mrs Hoss has been to no little expense in Herring and I, L. Walker of Lancaslilting up -- these pens, his enterpriie ter and I'. M. Mcltoberts of Stanford, should be patronized. represented Mr. Anderson, The suit was biought b) Mr. Anderson on the grounds of Ids character TURNER. being injured by Mrs. Ilerrimr cnlllncr Mrs. .Margaret Turner, i ced ears, him u lliief. coward and scroundel. She of Mr. James Turner, died at her admitted calling him these names and wife homo last Sunday morning, at 'J;15 would introduce'vvitnesses to prove her oVlock after u short illness of pneu- - statements which she did to the sails. (monia. Hesldo her husband she is sur- - faction of the jury. Leslie Anderson, vived by Hire- - children. .Mrs. Joe Tope colored, testified he worked for Jones ami uieorsjoe aim Jonn turner. Anderson in 1300 and used two teams Mrs, Turner was u member of the four or lve days in hauling rock from Si Haptiat church and her funeral was the farm of Mrs. Hening to- where conducted by CMto ut her late Anderson was building. W. C. Cum- lesidence on Campbell street, after mini said the ruck used by Anderson which interment took pine in the Lai-cart- was worth about $'J. a load. Other cemetery last Monday afternoon. witnesses testified to using rock worth Mrs. Ileniug fiom i'i. to $3. a load. IN HONOR OF MRS BURTON. claims these rock were gotten by Anderson without her permissioirorknowl Mrs. Cailton L'ikiu gave a beautiful eilge, Mr. Cummins, John Cress, Jim afternoon party in honor of Mrs. who received with her. Thompson, Sam Kamsey, Tom Ballard, The party colors were pink and white. Itiley Dishon testified that Anderson's The table In the dining room was cov- reputation for truth and veracity was ered with a large" lace piece, adorned bad. Numerous witnesses cn both sides with a large vase of pink chrysanthe- testified and the verdict of the jury mums. Delightful brick cream In pink throws the entire cost upon Mr. Anderand white, with mints and cakes in the son which will amount to several hun same colors were served the guests. dred dollars. Only two speeches were Candles burned in crystal and brass made in the case, J. K. Hobinson speak holders thruout the house. The hours ing for Mrs. Herring anil L. L Walker from 3 to 4 and 1 to 5 were delightfully for Mr. Anderson. The jury was only spent with the charming hostess and out about ten minutes In deciding In lovely bride. favor of Mrs. Herring. siock pens 01 mis cuy lens us ttial ............. i .w.--,. uiei une 9 4 OUR NEW LINE or f & CANNED None GOODS as Good i are now in our store. BetterFew & Our prices have not been increased although there has been a big advance in the market. DAVIDSON TOMLINSON. HONOR 1. ROLL, BAIN'K. STUDY THESE SUGGESTIONS. I'ay your bills by check, and have your wife pay her bills by check 2. Never lend an etr to schemes. 3. Follow some system In saving Do not be haphazurd about it. 4. Kent a safe deposit box for your valuable paper:. date service we ofifer. 5. Make freo use of the up-tC. Teach the child the value ct money by giving them an allowance. 7. Meet your friends at this bank for transacting important business o e Citizens National Bank e OP LANCASTKH. KY. Vice Prest. U. K. HUDSON. President. W, O. r.lGNKV, Ass't Cash'r 1 J OK W. F. CHAM!', Cashier. J. J. WALKEH, J. Walker, Jit., y The CentrallRecord, Thursday, November 23. 1916. KENTUCKY NEWS CUT ALLKN IIF.IATT, Assistant Manager. Walnut Street Warehouse. JKSSE W. OVKItSTKKET. A't Mur. JOHN S. VAN WINKLE, Secretary. Peoples Tobacco Warehouse. TO THE QUICK FOR BUSY READERS Donald Wiirsts, of Ashland, was hot while hunting when his dog step-ri- d He on the trigger of his gun. wl!I recover. .Mis. tlestle Holt, shot through n window nt her home rn IlarboursvUlo, died. The police are holding Charles Itandell, fireman. Morphine tablets given him by a physician who thought he was giving calomel, cavscd the death of the son of Frcnzo Necse, residing near .Murray. While helping his father to tear down an old barn, J. II. Illackety, 1C son of .William Illackety, of year-ol- d near Lebanon, was killed when a large (ill fell and struck him on the head, An indictment charging wilful mur der was returned by the grand Jury In the Bourbon Circuit Court against I.tc Denvers for the killing of former State Hepresentatlvc Sidney G. Clay In October. Judgment of the Jefferson Circuit I I fl Hl JHfll H M Powdcrl ' ly rnot.icr u j ii fl the' 4 ihe'i trie all others m. s!. jg learned h;r lesson . 1 goodies v e Ca.umet ' n ;H 'Unequa'IcJ for rrrJ"T J Q I tor Cllvmelln'se: .lrco. mtl c nnn cillotrt. T.r II .tunc.,' ncelcJ lILh'.l Awrft I i We Will Open Our Warehouses to Receive Tobacco . Heck from practice for twelve months for failure to pay money ho had col lected to Dr. S. I. I. Dattlstce, was af. firmed by tho Court of Appeals. Seeking to save tho fruit crop. Inter MC' ftato Commerce Commissioner Chord holding a hearing In IoulsvUle, issued orders that all refrigerator cars may bo used for no other purpose than to move perishable goods. The Nicholas Advocate and the Car lisle Mercury, the two weekly news, papers of Carlisle, will consoldate. Ar tides of Incorporation have been filed and the consolidated newspaper, to be known as Tho Mercury, will be Issued by the Carlisle Mercury company. That a reduction In the liquor tax in Louisville of more than $18,000 will be caused by the fact that there ar 01,000 barrels of whisky less thU year than last In that city, will have to be considered by the Doard of Equallza. court, suspending Attorney W. A. November 26th, 1916 and thp first sale will occur on MONDAY, DECEMBER or anv other State. 4th. tlon. Because a young lady refused to go for automobile ride with him, Bryant Wilson, IS years old, son of It. E. Wll ton, a merchant of Scottsvllle, made an attempt to take his life when he shot himself Just below the heart with a pistol. He will recover. The County Road Engineers' Amo- elation will be held in Howling Green January 1", 18 and 19. Governor A. O. Stanley and Prof. II. II. Cherry, 67 the Western Normal School, will address the association; also a Federal Gov ernment road expert. Several farmers near Cuba, In the touth part of Graves county, expert mcnttd with growing cotton this year and find that cotton can bo raised very successfully. Ono farmer produced F,000 pounds which brought him In the Cheap an J big canDaklngPowtlersdonot save you money. Calumet doea it'a pine and far superior to sour milk and soda. the past fifty years. Drive your wagon to the Danville market. You will ahvayi find some one to attend to our wants, and welcome you. During the salt wc will do our very best to get you the highest market price for your tobacco. We will continue auction imIps every tiny, excepting Satur-- , day and holidays t rum thnt date on. You can rest assured that Dam tile will be the highest market in this section, as we lire the closest market to the largest am) manufacturing plants in the world. Our accommodations for both mnn and beast are as good a the best. The loose leaf floor plan is the best .u;d only way "f marketing tobacco, tn insure the highest dollar to the grower. These facts have been demonstrated In Virginia, North and Smith Carolina, where thev have been selling tobacco on thi plan for All I lie litrRe factory buvcrs will be on hand on the first day of .lair, tte hate experienced men in all departments to look after your Interest, inc tiding two of the finest auctioneers in thin The wart'houiei d.i not buy tobacco except on a' at We do a strictly emtnision buine. Free stables arnl r.o rejection fee. Appteciating rour past patronage, we hope jou will ire your way e'ear to tiling us your tobacco, guaranteeing vou the highrM market prices, absolutely accurate weights and an all around square ileal. You are curdiahy I ivited to altrml our opening sale, Dec Hli BRYANTSVILLE Miss Mary ElienLFarlee Is the guest of relatives in Jessamine. Mr J. Hegan Ballard has purchased a handsome new "Overland Six" car. CMrs. Hogan Ilallnrd visited relatives In PEOPLES TOBACCO WAREHOUSE CO. Danville, Incori orated. !. Kentucky. I I I. M, DUNN, President. Lexington and.Nicholasville recently returned home after spending several weeks with in Eastern Ky." tZZlZZHWEft Miss Culdwell, of London spent the feed about IJOO. The timely arrival of Mrs. Brady week end with her sister. Miss Bessie Hnnter at the stable on their farm, Caldwell nndMrs Charley Denn.'.EH? near Henderson, saved the life of her Mrs Uobt. Gumm ofFrankfort, and husband, who was found dangling to Miss Mary Park of Liberty Mo., have ft rope tied to a rafter. Hunter had Mr. and Mrs. J. A. attempted suicide and was unconscious been guests of Trumuo. when cut down by Mrs. Hunter. The protracted services which were The Court of Appeals elected Hill , announced to begin attHe Methodist Cheshire, of Frankfort, to Mil the vacancy created by church next Monday, have been post the death of his stepfather, James J, poned indefinitely. Smith. The late W. O. Hill, grand Miss Jnne Howling, who Is attending father of Cheshire, served In this posi M. F. C. nt Millersburg, will spend'the a decade. tion for Thanksgiving holidays with her parents The season for quail and rabbits is now open, and many nlmrods arc tak- Mr and Mrs G. A. Howling. Miss Mayme Kallard Is ut home after ing advantago of the opportunity. Hunters will find the sport expensive u several days visit to Miss Marguerite this year, shells costing three cents Woolfolk, at Lexington. While there each. Vnder the law hunters are lim- she attended the performances of 'Tom ited to 12 quails each. I'om" and "(.'orrnion Clay . Louisville is to have a new sanato Mr Mack Ilendren bought of Mr Lem rium, to be erected at a cost of $250, 000, by members of the General As- - Teater his farm containing 1(52 acres Possesion to he given toclatlon of Baptists In Kentucky, A for $20,(XK), f itc for the sanatorium will be chosen first of Jan. Mr Teater has not yet d tt once. The Long Hun Association, cided whom he will locate but we hope of Louisville, pledged Itself to raise he will not leave our vicinity a he and $35,000 of the $250,000. his family lire very popular. The final estimates on the yield of bush-elthe corn crop In Kentucky Is 28 Mrs G. II. Rose lias Scrgeant-at-Arms- SEMIS c to wait longer to top your chimneys, repair grates, and get all heat arrangements complete for winter. Top the chimneys with Cement and Sand Mortar, it pays in the long run. D WE ARE UNLOADING A NEW CAR OF FRESH CEMENT, A CAR 0 1 per acre, which is 1.8 bushels less Home-MadIloiue-liiude e Gas. Spall- cork-ou- k .flve-yca- glont of that country, the gnu being obtained from cork refuse. As described by one authority, the process consists In tilling se trill lurgu teukettled with the waste bark, and placing eiich In turu ver tho lire during tho evening, burning the volatile gus as It escape r 343,000,000 acrage of from the spouts. The curbonlzed resi pounds. Quality of Kentucky tobacco due forms the fine pigis estimated at 94, exactly 10 per cent ment known to commerce lis "Spanish- Uglier than last year, brown." Charles Traub, who created a in Louisville recently, when an Alleged attempt by him to extort $410 from Henry Angcrfeler, President of the German Bank of Louisville, was revealed, pleaded guilty of the charge against him and was sentenced to a bla:k-brov- than the preliminary estimate, but Is tho same average as last year. ,The final estimate, as a whole, shows one of tho best corn crops the state has produced In several years. The Department of Agriculture est! mates Kentucky's tobacco production this' year as 435,000,000 as against 356,400,000 pounds last year and 'a gas Is used by tho living In tho lull res BRICK AND TWO CARS OF LUMBER. Have already sold more than five times as much building material as any previous Paint Lick dealer ever sold in one year. month In Jail. Waste paper at the State Capitol, heretofore thrown away and sometimes converted Into pin money by thrifty porters, Is to be sold by the Hate In the future. In some of the departments an immense amount of paper, not required to be preserved In the file, has been thrown away In the Wash Away Skin Sores T). WHAT DID IT? Price, Quality, Good Measure and Economical Advice that really assists. Our experience is yours for asking. Let us know iMIrole tkln, but (till It li rfficthe nnl (jiikt In aitlun. If you are a stiff Including uuvrn, plus, (mm tlln pies, sralm, crut or llniu In uir form, past. ibis rvuiody Kill not dluppolut you. It Tbo farmers of tho dark tobacco dis- has stood tun tent am) tmlajr I the master trict are happy over the prospect of preparation fur all Ma (Hm uwi. Cvws In twlar end uk atumt o'lr er.tr-antr- e high prices for tobacco this season, on I). I). I. Aliwt abuut 1). V. IX, The crop is the largest ever grown, boap, that Lecps the tUu healthy. and the quality was never better, it Is ar For is tan Notwithstanding the British claimed. 0,6 Standard M embargo, there is a general feeling that the market will be exceedingly It. K. Mcltoberts. Lancaster. Ky. j cod. " Tn the msnr sufferers of tltn i t II. li, IIk' Itqulil wab, li.in 11 won). "Ikey know It l i honwholil and tltry ran depend on It. they ii n h .list t recommend Jt to tin Ir n b'.r It na promt Itwlf a iris"' i for all forms of llcn'tna. It la a t rrrrolrhla (bat U harmless to tint your wants. r rr Dvw Hervey & Woods Paint L,ick, Kentucky. The Central Record, Thursday, November 23, 1816. i FOR THIS VISIT ONLY. REMARKABLE INTRODUCTORY OFFER FOR THIS VISIT ONLY. $5.00 EYE GLASSES AT $1.00 a PAIR 1u eQtb National Optical Company of Louisville his Assistant will be in ris wishes to announce that their Specialist and & an Lancaster, at Kengarlan Hotel, Monday OUR OBJECT Tuesday, Nov 27-2- 8 AND EVERY NINETY DAYS THEREAFTER. Our Optical Specialist and his assiitant have had years of experience, so you may rely on them absolutely. They will be pleased to examlne'all ithose who hnve eye trouble or wear glasses ABSOLUTELY FREE. We would suggest therefore that you call cn them. j I 5 I In making Ihn remarkable olfcr of $.".00 glass-- s for $1.00 a mlr, Is simply to Introduce our service in vour community a well as our CRYSTAL LENSES. Our CRYSTAL LENSES have met great success by many peoplo who are now wearing them with ami are meeting with tho snme results wherever they are intro- duced. Crystal Lenses Will Positively Relieve all Pains About the Head and Eyes as well as all other abnormal conditions of the eyes that can be relieved through wearing of properly fitted glasses ot quality in moit all cases. Our New Ivisinble Bifocles Will Not Confuse You. Don't Forget the Dates MONDAY and TUESDAY You Can See Near and Far November 27th and 28th, at the Kengarlan Hotel. Beware of all persons who call at your home and claim to be representing us, as we do r.ot have representatives, but our Specialist at the Hotel as we advertise. All orders taken delivered bv insured parcel post. With Same Lense. Remember - OUR WORK IS GUARANTEED 5 YEARS Office Hours: to 8:00 p. m. 8:30 a. m. If Your Time is Limited, Gome Early and Avoid the Rush. That the above oHer of $5.00 glasses for $I. a pair is for thl visit only. Special prices on other classes of Optical work. Regular price will prevail after our first visit til Lancnster. We would ak you not to let our remarkable olfr conflict In vour mind with other such olfers that have been made at Drug Stores and other places by men who were not respontiblc nor established any where nor do they claim to tie, as to ourselves, we are located and established both. We guar NATIONAL OPTICAL COMPANY (',. Mgr. Ky. Republic Bldg. AdJreM W. Haigh, COS Louisville. Reception Room. Hotel Parlor. J antee our woJk and passes both for 5 ears in writing anil as to the responsibility (if our guarantee we will give bankible refeicnres to those desiring same. These classes we are advertising are the kind that usually sell at most optical establishments at $3.00 and in some cases even more. This is the first time to our knowledge that such an offer has been made by responsible people who will stand back of their work and who cannot be branded fukirs as some have. We will make these prices THIS VISIT ONLY and no more. Call and see us and we will explain how these prices can be made. You are not obliged to buy any glasses ar.d all EXAMINATIONS ABSOLUTELY FREE. COMMISSIONER'S SALE OLLAND. Itobert II. Hei.dren. Admr etc, COMMISSIONER'S SALE OLLAND. I'laintilT. VS VS. Defts. Sam C. lleasley, etc. Defendants. Thos. Hendren, etc. As directed by a judgment and order J As directed by a judgment and order acsale entered in the above-styleof sale entered in the above styled of tion at the Octobei term, 191(1, of the 'action at the October term, 19115, ot the Madison Circuit Court, the undersigned Madison Circuit Court, the undersigned will on will on WMirL-uiittuu SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 25th. 191G. I'riiiTtrciiAV . , 4i j i 1 u a.jf f ut'tu, inn: at or about II o'clock A. 41., sell to the at cr about 10 o'clock a. in., sell to the "highest and best bidder, on the prem- - highest and best bidder on the premises es ol tract rio. 1 hereinafter uescno-- I the following property; id, the following protwrty which be231 acres of land in Madison county, longed to W. II. Hendren, deceased; Kentucky, near the village of 1'ainl Tract No, 1. 'Ml acres of land near Lick, adjoining the lands of Nannie Kirkaville. in Madison county, Kentuc- Campbell, Mike Noe, C. T. Spillman, ky on the Richmond and Kirksvillo Searcy, etc, being the same land conpike. This tract was acquired by W. veyed May 27, 1907. by Clinrb-- s S. II. Hendren by deed', as follows; Campbell to It. N. Heuslev, etc, by (1) 2H acres from M. M. Wiseman, deed recorded in Deed Hook ft!, page January fith, 1KI5, recorded In Deed 131. (2) Hi acres from J. Hook 11, page The new tobacco barn nnd one acre M mile el ai, januury .ml WW, re- ot land, to lie surveyed before the sale, corded in Deed Book 51, page .15i: CM will be oHered separately, then the and others. balance with passway over the one acre lf acres from Kodes May II. litis, recorded in Deed Book separately, then nil us u whole, selling 75. page 502. the way to bring the moat money. Tract No. 2. 20H acres of land in TERMS. Madison county, Kentucky, on tho Equal credits of f! and 11! months, waters ol Elk Garden Branch of Silver with apCreek and on the Kirksvillo and Ken purchaser to execute bonds per proved security bearing six c nt Intuckv River turipike. sale, witii lien reTract No. !!. 77 acres of land on the terest from day of tu secure their paywaters of Back .Creek, in Garrard tained on the laud countv. Kentucky, and being the same ment. Privilege in purchaser to pay cash, or t" pay piliicipitl and accrued land conveyed to John Lear, Dennis Lear and I'eter l.enr by W. II. Spain' Interest at any time. hower bv deed of Jnmiurv 1st ISM. re J. J. GHEKNLKAF. corded in the ollice of the clerk of Gar Master CVmmlseioner. rard County Court in Deed Hook 7., on At the same tiiiiaJ nr.ii placing above. 478. nsiro Density will sell to the highest It. These tracts of htid will be surveyed and N. Vi acres of land imbest lietore tile sale uiiil limy lie. In the ills mediatelybidder adjoining the ubovo. Tins cretion of the undersigned or at the re. 49 acres will be olfered stpaintely in .Uest of plitlntWV counsel. ollVrecl first tracts of 11 acres and "111 bcics, then In parcels and then as wholes. All of a whole, selling the way to bring it Is line, strung land, nnd it j sale nf as most money. a very unusual opportunity to the fords It. N. Ileuzley. (ami at judicialsalo. purchase high-clas- s l'nint Lick, Ky. rossession win ne given January 1st, Pllfs. R. N. Oeasley, iiu Mrs E. K. White is visiting her daughter. Mis 1!. L. Richardson in Lexington this week, FARMER'S COLUMN j Mrs Holtzelaw of Stanford is substituting for Miss Eldridge, until she is able to resume her duties at school, rfpsct tielow till" be.dluf li lot the eicla-Uuse olour Isrnier subscribers, and Is for Mrs J. I). Rurchell has returned home ibe isle ol nock, gisiu an1 recti tbings on after a delightful visit with Mr and firm s the Urmer cannot sfford to sdrtr- Mrs C. L. Durchell in Kort Scott Kan. 'tlse. No notice will be accepted ot.r lonr Mr and Mrs Elmer Moor' and Mr and lines, slid will botiljlu no limes of the free of charge Mrs Dock Hendren and children were icorii. r OK SALE Two good milk cows. guests of Mrs Vina McWhorter Sunday. Robt. Uurnside. Miss Jeanette Eldridge, who has been Fresh and young. quite ill of scarlet fever for the past Tor Sale or Rent li acres of imten days, is convalescing rapidly to the proved land. delight of her many friends. J. W. Sanders, Judson. Ky. Mr and Mra Tom Logsdon entertained FOR SALE-Sev- en shoats. weight a few friends at rook Saturoayevenir.g. CO pounds. A "delicious salad course was served and about W. II. Griggs .It. R. 3, Lancaster. the evening was a delightful one. e I V. H. Burton bought six mules in Danville last Monday and reports the market quite dull for the ordinary grade of hybrids. He purchased one pair of J. H. Ruble for $300.. a pair of Bowen Fox for $200 and two of other parties for $280. The entire lot was bought for army purpose and ran in ages from 4 to 8 years old. an elegant dining last Sunday for the following guests; Mr J. N. Hendren and family of Cottonburg, Mr and Mrs Homer Ray, Mr and Mrs .Tease Gulley and Miss Bessie Gulley. Mr. J. II. Clark and Miss Ida Mae Tracy, accompanied by Mr and Mrs R. C. Clark, motored to Lexington Ust Tuesday and were united in marriage by Itev. Mark Collis at his home. Both the bride and groom have a host of i friends in this neighboihood who wish them a long and happy lif. I r Messrs Denny and Krancis returned For Sale: Yearling Poland China Sunday from Laurel county where they boar. Large typ and registered. enjoyed W. S. Embry. four days hunt. The repurt an nbuudauce of quail, each bringing LOST-ll- ig white hound bitch, "Jos- back a nice lot to verify their statement. (epb It. Smith, Fayetteville. fenn.," on collar. Woods Walker, I'aint Lick, Kv WANTED-O- ne big type Poland China boar, weight 75 to 125 lbs. This Agreement Wiliiesseth; That S. E. Hammock, Paint Lick, Ky in order to protect the game on our FOR SALE-- A few choice barred Inndt for it peiiod of three eurs we bind ourselves r.ot tu hunt thereon, nor rock hens at 75c each, if taken at once. permit anybody else to do eo. and we Mrs Taylor House It. R.4, Stanford.Ky Mr John Duncan died at his home near here, Thursday, Nov. 1G, about 10 o'clock. Funeral services were held at "X found Immsdlata rslitf la of Toltr Xldnsr puis, bat tha mi the home Friday morning, after which d tham, and ao not ksoir of a lnfl Instance whtc titer lallsd to his remains were taken to Buckeye for rsllar." fit U. C Landrum, n travellns nalesman. interment. He leaves a wife and six writes from San Ancelo. Texas: Drlv-ln- children to mourn the loss of a devoted over rough roads nnd in nil klndj of weather cava ma acuta palna In tha husband and father. The sympathy of tuck and I Buffered greatly. I found the community is extended them in relief In tha usa of Foley Kidney I'M, and before tha first Pottle was used, this Bad hour of their bereavement. my I rtum-snsndsff What to do when Backache comes on HUNTERS TAKE NOTICE. nnd have fearedpains Iwhich had no recurrence of frequently amounted to almost neuralgia proportions." when inckacho comes on, and It seems as If you can't ntand tha ptln and pressure In your back, you will find quick and grateful relict romcj with the usa of Foley Kidney Pills. They stop the cause of tha pain, ease tha Ktlft aching Joints and muscles, and rlenr the poisons out of your avstem by helping your kidneys and bladder to normal healthy action. Sold Everywhere. the pain In back had entirely dlsap- - "Cured" Mrs. Jay AlcGee, o! Steph-envill- e, Texas, writes: ' For nine (9) years, I sullered with womanly trouble. I had terrible headaches, and pains In my back, etc. It seemed as 11 IvoulJ die, I sullrrcd so. At last, I decJ;d totjy Cardu!, Ionic, and it the woman's helped me right away. The full treatment not only helped me, but it cured ms." further ngiee to prosecute with dili-- J geui'o all persons who viulute the game laws uf Kentucky nr treputs upon our lands for the purpose of hui tir.j. Ann G sine Wardens S YCAMORE VALLEY. For Sale J A lot 1 of good Locust Posts. J. F. D. no Lost G. Conn Liipcuster, Ky. Oct lClli betweeii nriiuinri T'uij aitc lu III l lis of for the purpose car-nlr- g Monday, J. A. Adams sold some hogs last week to V. A. Lear at 8 cents. Mrs Robt Shearer visited her mother Mrs A. D. Drown last Saturday. out this ugreement. Except each ofaii have the right to kill rabbits on our .'arms or permit it to be done . by another under our suptrvMon, or the supervision uf rcme lesponsible and' reliable peiniiu relec'ed by un. Thl Novei-.U- r I Stanford and Lancaster, n black heifer, Victor Sanders purchased of Austin weighing about COO or 700 lbs. Liberal IllacK 100 barrels of corn at $3.90 a bbl. revvnrd. B. G. Cover Elijah Ford delivered u nice bunch of It. F. I), no 2, Lancaster Ky. hogs to V. A. Lear at $8.30 per hundred. Mr and Mrs Geo. NuyToc and baby few more extra nice Single Comb White Leghorn roosters. visited Mr Sim Clark and family last Sunday. Mrs. John Doty, Mnrksbury TAKE For Sale A 11)17. 1915. TERMS. All sales will he on u credit of twelve PAINT LICK months, purchasers to execute bonds with approved security and secured bv Itev. nnd Mra C. S. Ellis spent the liens retained on the IhmI, the bonds to hear six per cent inlt '"st from date of past week in Louisville. Mr Will Jones of Richmond was a J. J. GREENLEAF, visitor here Wednesday. Master Commissioner. Mr Arthur Riddell was in Ilerea At the. same time and place as above, Robert II. Hendren, administrator, will Wednesday on business. dispose of the personal property of the Mr Tucker spent Sunday with his J--S late W. H. Hendren. home folks in Lancaster. 'School Law. Mra E. L. Woods entertained delight fully at Itook on Friday afternoon. Mr Labin Kirk of I'aintsville Is the twin r.K Tn II YF.AKUIl'iUt:. Of, guest of Mr E. O. McWhorter and ouUlorm, .Ub.I. 'y. Jffrson twi( l:rnrt. MMilV iMfftbt. ksTHj(Mi lii.ll Hmlm hurt.). ftllk.1 fuflHIikdUl i nil liuutoa t i t.f tir tf hn la family. Mr ami Mrs D. W. White Anuio Brown visited Mrs Richmond, Sunday. hice yoUngredcows " -- T ... Dunn Bros, Mnrksbury Ky. Sunday. Tiie lu.,,, T. A. Elkin, Mrs Ham Aldride and daughter r or Rent for the year 1917, a house pleasant guests V. M. Tinder. Mrs Tom Pollard nn of Cardui helps women in time Logan Hubble, and 15 acres if grass, nnd 20 acres to last Friday. of greatest need, because it G. M. Desbon, be put in wheat. Mr Jesse Simpson has returned home contains ingredients which act J. F. Conn, Fisher Herring, II. 11. Cox, It, F. D. no 1 Lancaster. Ky. alter a several months stav In tha specilically, yet gently, on the Hughes Bros, W, Sweeney, J. "Buckeye" state. weakened womanly organs. Withers Bros. W. M. Mahan, FOR SALE-- 15 Plymouth Rock roost So, if you feel discouraged, Misses Maud and Sallie Lou Clark Willlsm, Marcus and Jim White. ers, $1.00 each if taken now. blue, spent Saturday night and Sunday at unable to B. F. Wllmot, J. D. Pope, Annie Stone, Bourne, Ky, Mr Newton Grow's. do your household work, on Mrs. David Chenault, Fnd J. Conn. account ot your condition, stop Mrs I'attV Simpsor, had as her miesta J, tV. Elmore, W. It. Cook, D. W. Faulkner sold 94 acres of land and give Cardui a I worrying T. C. Rankin. HuHman Bros, to Grant llammons for $0,500 and an last Sunday, Mr nnd Mrs Will Simpson IE I IW I trial. It has helped thousands IBM I SI Sam Cotton, Win. G. Anderson. other tract to same party containing 82 and Mr and Mrs Lem Matthews. ol women, why Dot you ? uU T. M. Arnold. Jr. Mrs Sword and daughter. Mrs Georire W. If. Moss acres for $90 an acre. Mr. Faulkner and Mrs E. Henry, Jno. M. White, also sold one pair of mules to Charlie Adams of Crab Orchard, soent from I). Bradshaw, Stune at Bright Herring. Rogers for $300 and a pair of yearling iridaj tfll Sunday with MrsJno. Adams. I L. Barker. Scott HulTinnn to Wils Rogers for $155. Mrs. Thos-- . Hendren was hostess at Sale:--thr- R. L. Elkin, J no. M. Farra. W. B. Burton, Huselden llroi.. J. II. Dttlton, John 11. Smith. .1. N. Ross, J. I'. Itnbinsoii, W. II. Brown, Alex Walker, For " "v nuriz guest or .Mercer was the of Mr Tom Ray und lamilv last I Cardui mm IU II U i The Central Record, Thursday, November 23, 1916. The Central Record INCORPORATED. U3UEU Weekly. $1.00 a year. A Game of VICTIMS OF SELF POISON ARE MANY 95 Per Gent of Illness Doe lo News Of The Churcnes. Next Sabbath innrnirg nt the eleven o'clock hour, the I'rrsbyterlii rongre. gallon will have the pleasure of licnr-- 1 an address given by Ili v. ('. I!, Ilrmp hill, 1). I), prrsident of tho louUville Presbyterian Theological Seminary. At 7 o'clock that evening the ltt-v- . Jesse Lee Cotton D I),, a member of the faculty of thu Seminary, will preach, He is an able man and a strong preach-- 1 r of the (Jospel. A cordial Invitation is extended to all to attend these nv. vices. j A dinner will be given the men of the congregation Monday eve, nt 6,30 by Urv. II S. Hudson. the Seminary. Build Up for Wmfeft Ckw ctu the conjrcslinii thnt In ilistml'o your mm urea mm: nntl wctiKpneu your 1 Twenty Questions Br F. A. MITCH EL uc-suon- , J. R.L Kuiercil l . ROBINSON. Kditor. ELKIN, Local Editor and Mgr. the I'o.i Office In Lancaittr, Kj., Second OliM Mill M.ttcr. share It la till the bodily in cold weather, nnd tirm-case- Member Kentucky Press Association and Eighth District 1'ublishera League. Lancaster, Ky., November 23, 1916 Political Announcements Rates For Precinct and Citv Olfiles ...t GlOO 10.00 "or .County Offices. M. ror State and District Offices.... 16.00 10 For Calls, per line 10 line For Cards.--peFor all publications in the inter est of individuals or expression of individual views, per r lr line 10 Obituaries, per line .05 We are authorized to announce Miss Jennie HigRins n candidate for Count) of Gnrrard School Superintendent County, subject to the action of the Democratic primary Augmt 191 1. We are authorized to announce J. O, Bogie, as a candidate for the DemoC' Court ratic nomination for County Clerk, primary to be held August 191 We are authorized to announce .fpnth.i Onstntr h enndidate for the democratic nominatiertfor Coupty Court Clerk, subject to the action ot the pri mary, Augdst 1917. We are authorized to announce K. H Ray as a candidate for the Democratic Inquiringly. "You would like to know why I do nomination for Assessor of Garrard county, tubject to the action of the lot wear n token of betrothal?" she said. Primary, August, 1917. "I would." "I will tell you before we part!' Traveling In u parlor car, I swuna my chair around from tho window through which 1 wns looking, nnd uij jnze fell upon n.joung woman whose Nice was partly turned toward mo. Sho looked up nnd Iwwrd to uir. returned tho valine, so far as was ible, without betraying the fact that I bad no more knowledge of hor than of my grandmother, who lind died Ix'foro wns born. Itlslng from my coat, I walked toward her nnd iald cordially: This lit an agreeable surprise." Thero was an amucd look on her face as she mndo sotiio commonplac Judged that bo did not beremark. lieve I recognized her, but there was Just enough unccrtnlutly In her expression to tempt mo to coutluuo luy A gentleman MttlngMn the pretense. next chair to lier kindly ottered to exacchange feats with me, nu offer cepted, nnd sitting down beside my I began to jxur new found friend, forth such words ns would not glvo mo nway while I wns racking my brain to place her. It soon became nppnrcnt to me that ihe was ,nvaro of what 1 was trying to do, but she did not bring the matter to n head, nvldently she enjoyed my perplexity aud was willing Hint 1 should have plenty of opportunity to remcmher her. In the course of our chat she said: . "When I saw you last yon were Have you married plncei' "I nm n bachelor. And you J" "I am engaged." X look of regret must have crossed my face, for slio greeted the look with Glancing nt the n amused smile. third finger of her left hand, whero engagement rings are worn, 1 taw that It was hare. 1 looked up nt her 1 1 1 1 slit-tie- PERUNA IS INVIGORATION rtxn l'nn tajrmira hajlljr up iu inrrra. jwi ttin u ratlr in loor svurm.a-fJlfottndUllrrt.llh. J'or Mt.y W.I criuurr tnmi.anda tiwlc that mtorrs It," t . to perfect health. ,. to do t!u ,r full thus build yourfidf up a WORLD'S SCIENTISTS AGREE rt'HITU hiloo. tmlwit f la carry oiilfk dmlnUlraUon. I l.aaal lo tala atj W'Iails TaHcta ar tkf IJI latatl.a. Tkay refrwt hflp law thi habit ct rertaupatlon. arvua ttit livrr b4 kiaaryw Your drugglat le utm. Th Poruna Company, Columlnia, Ollo nrrlif jinnn ll th W Tal.le tt l bat rolnu tr.t" . 1. 1. i.l In ! tliftl OTMKtllkML Th. If term la r JA J VaJ x .r r Health Expert Who Is Creating Ex cltcment In Cincinnati by New Theories and Remits With Modern Treatment Tells Terrors of "Intestinal Toxemia." per cent Cincinnati, O. N'lnety-thof nil III health Is directly or indirectly due to "Intestinal toxemia," or, moro commonly, juct plain stomach and bowel trouble. It Is a form of UUENA VISTA CALLS FOR STATEMENT. The Comptroller of Currency has is sued a call for the financial condition of the National Banks, as of November 17th 191C. NICE HORSE SOLD. Mr. W. O. Goodloe sold this week for his handsome Mr. A. D. Bradshaw, strawberry roan combination horse, to Mr. A. Coopwood of Tunica, Mi?s.. fcr $250. The horse will be shipped at oner. rur, Ona large heavy automobile green orHOne side and black on the other. Lost on Broaddus Branch, between Hackley dnd Browning Bros, and re Nov. 8th, Keturn to ceive reward or notify T. H. Sappe, Lexington Ky, care Lexington Leader, ALL DISTANCE , LOST. AIR RECORDS Croken By Woman Avialor airplane flight The of Ruth Law, begun in Chicago, terminated at Governor's Island at 9UU a. ni. Mondav, after stops at Hornell and Binghampton. N. V. The final 152 miles fiom Uinghamton to New York city was covrfei) in two hours and twenty iuinute3, and the entire journey S32 miles in an airline, in the actual Hying time of nine hours and one record-breakin- COMMERCIAL Reorganization On Foot Of . CLUB Prospects With Success. The reorganization of the Commercial Club lias been put on foot this week and is meeting wilh hearty response from the citizens of the town and coun- ty. Practically cverv membJr of the present City Club Js willing to throw Its influence to sucn an organizuttc.'l and disolve the City Club mid let it lie absorbed by tho Commercial Club. This is as it should befor tlw social features of tho new club can be kept up just as it wai in the City Club and beside much can bo accomplished thru the medium of a Commercial Club that can never be dano'wlth the present or ganization. A president uliould be and doubtless will be elected who has had tome experience and has given much timo to the advancement and promotion of tho welfare of the city and county and after an organization has been ef. ftvted. stated meetings rhould be hold regularly every week. The present room of the City Club can be rented for a yeur or u number uf yeurs at a reasonable rent and is one of the must desirable room in the city for such a puqme, DJii't unyoiia "knock" tliii the club, but'every eirort to body boost it and great results will bi accomplished. A call meeting has been asked of all citizens interested, to meet ut tho pres. ent room, of the City Club next Tuesday evening, when it Is hoped that a final organization will bo effected. We will publish a full list of the member In Ire. thlp in the next iisue of the ItECOito. Tanlac is beiiiK intioduced in Lancaster at H. K Mclioberts. Tanlac may bo obtained in the nearby cities. I'aint Lick, .1. N. Metcnlf. Ilry iill'.sville, Becker & Ballard; Little Hickman, Collier and Biunt-r- ; Berra, S. K. Welch; Stanford, Tunny's Drug and Store; Junction City, Evan; Kichmond. II. L. IVrn & Fon, question. Crab Orchard, tyne Bros ; Burgul, (i "Holding my linml. T. ScboollielJ; Dainille. John S. Wills, "What wasd mylug?" It. E. Mcltobert!1. and W. I "Telling r.ie that you loed me find Lancaster, tAuv) West, Silver Cieek. would always hue me: that you would newr forget me." At this her mirth was expensive. SILLS FARM. Memory noVv came In to do the rest Mr. Arch Stephens sold his farm on back to that hummer It curilcd mo tho Cr.i'j Orchard pike, containing C't houso when I was u youth of .seventeen. My companion theie wns then acres to Mr. J, Thonipimi, for $5000. fifteen. Mr. Stephens hid owned the p.ueia I have at least been more tiuo tliau fw yearn nnd sold it a profit of $1,000. I am mil r.un'y nee. He gives possession January 1st. rou." I Mild. You nre engaged," ' I nm engaged. And now "Of coiue will tell you why I don't wear an enAUSTRIA'S EMPEROR DEAD. gagciiMit ring." I etnllcd n Mckly smile. In the first ' Last Tuerdav night at i.ir.e o'clock, place, I had then not possessed funds after u nlgn of t yturs, En had forgotfpr a ring; In the pcror Francis Joseph, of Austtia, died ten my lovo before I could get tha of pneumonia. He had reigned ever funds. A hndow must have crossed since he was l'J veaia old and had held my face, for her mlith changed to ihe throne longer than any other Euro' Don t worry nliout It, the said. "If pean ruler. Ho will be succeeded to nil tho things wo do that wo shouldn't the throne by his great nephew, Archdo and all tho things wu don't do that duke Charles Francis. It is not thought wo should do In youth amo up to that tho Emperors death will havo at V mock us when wo nro older wo woma effect on the present war in Europe. bo very much nshnmed," "Some of tboKo things may bo I 'replied, "or at least may ba repaired." She understood me, for alio cast down . her eyes. "I'm very much mortified iibmit that engagement ring," I continued. "I had " T used up my iilloWauce and was In debt lit for tho next quarter. Better Into than never. Wear this till I tan get appropriate." 1 took u sniiko ring from my finger I House Opera and mndo u motion to put It on hers. Sho drew nwny her hand, but I enw by her expression t,hat tho act was not prompted by her heart. TONIGHT, Nov.23 A . "When wo last met, you say, I hell us resumo where wo your hand. "THE UNKNOWN" left off." place I did not tako her hund-t- he was too public but, mnklug sure no one was looking, I slipped the ring on , . her finger. v loli It was In time replaced by sixty-tigh1 "Why not now?" "Becauio It does not suit my pleasure to d so," she replied, with the same tantalizing smile. It was so evident to mo that ruo knew that I had no remcmbnuico of her that I concluded to confess with a view to satisfying my curiosity. "Come," I said, "you know very well that I am unable to recall who you arc. Let us have nu end of this fencing. Tell rno when nnd where I have mot you before." Sho leaned back nnd chuckled. "Havo you ever played the game of twenty questions?" sho asked. "Many a time." "Very well, I'll reply to twenty Inquiries you may make as to wherewe were when we last saw each other." I expended half n dozen questions In fixing the placo of this last Meeting In a Rummer house on the ground! of my father's country place. Then wo began n new gnme as to tho time of this meeting, nnd I learned that Ira eight question. It wns ten years agone. In nnother gnmo for learning the lady's name I naked all tho questions permitted without success. I wns no nearer what I wanted to know than before nnd wns getting Im patient, my condition belnar evidently simply delightful to my tormentor. I asked her what we wero doing In the summer house, and hlio replied that sho would glvo mo tweuty question to find out. I got nt this very easily 'What was I doing?" wns the tln-- t J. II. Ruble was in Lexington the guest of his daughter last I'ridav. Miss Anna Holtzclaw spent the week This statement was mndo here by the 'Tanlac Health Kxpert," who ban end with her sisters near Lancaster. been creating much excitement by tho Mr and Mrs James Spilman of liar-- 1 remarkable results he la securing with rodaburg and Mr and Mrs Charlts Roba new medicinal treatment. He coninson of Burgin were visitors here last tinued: "When I say that 95 per cent of all Sunday. human diseases, chronic and local, are The sale of Mrs Delithit Evani this directly due to mal assimilation of week whs largely attended. Mrs Evhiis food and fernicntatlou In the Intestinal tract I am not merely expressing a hHS rented her farm to Victor Ituble' theory of my own. but I nm propound. aud she ami her daughter Milt mote to Ins n fart that Is agreed upon by the Burgin to inside fur. the piesent. world's greatest medical and bacterioThe High School students will present logical scientists, of whom the famous Professor Metchnlkoff. ot the Pasteur the play "Catching Clara" ut the school auditorium Saturday Dec, 2 at 7;30 p. Institute of Paris Is the leader. "Intestinal toxemia, as the medical m. This ill be one of tho best plays) rail it. Is the resultcnt ot ever given by the High School ui.d the' it Is music which will be furnished by the, caused hy food rottln? In tho stomach Asbury College orchestra will be an and Intestines, due to Improper action attractive feature of the occasion. of these organs and tho pretence of The funeral of Mr Jumia Smith who putrefactive bacterhi quote the following symptoms of this ailment from died in Louisville Nov. 15, was held at physician, as publish rt Mrl Mt Olivet last Friday afternoo i. ed In a leading medical journal" business Smith became ill while on , "'Sallow, bloodless, or He hastened to' trip to Oklahoma. muddy complexion: foul, fecal, odorous breath- cold. clammy, moist hands Louisville where an operation was perand fct: headaches: malaise (dizz- formed but too late to save ins life. He iness): total lark ot ambition, so that leaves a lister and three brothers who every effort In life Is a burden: men- have the sympathy of their manv tal depression often bordering on mel- friends. ancholia: frequent attacks of Indefinite abdominal pains due to flatucn cy: sudden attacks of ncute diarrhea, RTinivKKKPING A alternating with periods of constipaPhnnnfrr.snhv -- r'n. lti,lfla tion.' 1 TVPF1BB T NO,Mj "Medical books nre Jammed to over flowing with descriptions of allmeuti WlTJlJrtR.SM!TH BUSINESS COLLEGE resulting from intestinal toxemia. "Tanlac. the wonderful medicine 1 Itfl Pril.Iai h irFinr In wrftli a'tn Introducing, was designed to overfi' ncr tonnt Wn in I im 'li fcniTII,I-rlnlon- , BtTV.atrt Tiaw. Mf. come this romllttbn with the kind of UimaWILIILlt It. medicine that long usage has proved Is safest for ihe human system a toothing, effective combination of gathroots, herbs, bnrl-- and ered from all oer tho world. That la tho secret of Its success In so many cases with varying surface symptoms. Tanlac docs not treat stomach trouble, rheumatism catarrh nnd filch all ments by direct action It goes rlcht to the root pf the troubl" and remove the cause faulty assimilation of food In tho htortach and fermentation In the bowels.'' ' s 1 world-famouashy-gray- W. 0. RIGNEY Funeral Lancaster, Director and Emhalmer. I'lmue 22. Oflice I'lionc IH. Roldent-- Kentucky. rmjl STOP AT THE Gait House When In Louisville. t EUROPEAN PLAN. J GOOD ROOMS FOR $1. PER DAY. Fiiit'jDiniiii! Room with Kxrellciit Service nnd Iaiw Mivts Trnin?. Tit kith nnd Klcq-tri- o Price. Frce'Autii-Uu- s Datlif. Write for Reservations. , .1 t 3 I W jft P.HFFNRFRr, , Mnnader. . D s be.-rle-s j RESIDENCE PHOPEilTT 1 - PUBLIC SALE SATURDAY, NOT 25th '16 at Two O'clock P. M. of- Having decided (o sdl the house in which I now live, I wUI fer for sale to Ihe highest bidder my residence which is located on Richmond Street in one of the best resident districts in the city. The lot on which this house stands is 80 up-tcda- te FOOT FRONT BY 250 FEET DEEP. and is second to none in Lancaster. The house is brand new, havinrj been built for me, by my father, littlejover one year ago. The plan is and very modern, has every convenience any one strictly could desire. Electric Lights, Water Works, Bath Room, Heating Plant, Hardwood Floors, Solid Concrete Basement Under 'Entire House, Concrete Walks, New Cistern, Large Septic Tank, Water and Light Meters Installed, Solid Concrete Foundation and the whole construction best to be obtained. Sale will take place at the residence. Those desiring to look at this property will be shown any day before, oj on day of sale. d TERMS of sale will be cash oij January 1st, 1917 when deed will be made and possession given. Balance to be paid in one and two years with six per cent interest. one-thir- (7htximoiMtl7)icturi fcome-thin- g ix oman s fi It f, fJ t J f MUM HPfi 5 I JAS. W. SMITH Ciit Am Auctioneer Lancaster, Kentucky. The Central Record, Thursday, November 23, 1816. If you want to be sure you are Stylishly, Correctly and Becomingly Attired for or any other time, don't fail to come here and select your apparel. Then you'll know that you have the best goods at the least possible cost to you, not forgetting of course that good goods the only kind we carry) are the least expensive. You will see ninny new Thanksgiving OOiTS AND SUITS, DRESSES as we have had to replenish our stocks, and we are showing styles and values that will open your purse if you see them. The Joseph Mercantile Go. The Store That Satisfies. The One Price Store. u J. R. Mount & Co., Solicits Your Trade 1 We carry n full line of Hardwaie, Stove. iHri.fs. Implement, Etc. We propose tn Hell you tliu bent goods maile anil at n very small profit. ' will For piflance wliy pay $05.00 or $70.Kt for a Mutable Range lien 1 KC!2: Mr. Ottis Kay Dogie of the K. E. S. N. visiti d home folks Saturday an I Sundav. 333033C3KS3X& CARD OF THANKS. We take this method of thanking our j A little son arrived Nov. 'Jlh. at the kind reighbrrs an I friends !.r tluir He haj beer, kimlress ami eonso'inj, words,' in the jhome of Of car Hay. For Sale: Small place. S. II. Estes. death ot our dear w fe and mother. named Gordon l'eese. Thos. O'Hearn ami family. Mr. and Mrs. Otho Montgomery of lluena Vista, wrere guests last Sunday Wanted: Some nice country hams. LISTEN. Will pay highest market price. of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Taylor. j V. R. Bull. Get jour Thanksgiving orders of oysMr. G. It. Lyons nnd family of Frank 1'ONY FOIt.SALE- -I wish to snllmj bay Shetland pony. 11-3t Sally Crook Gregory. YOU'LL FIND flddl, ( ossip About V? People ' ',':rc! by Thou ilrl.I Mnt.on of Hit Comunu ir.-- i Wt Arc InUrrilid I., II IN THIS COLUMN. Sell You as Good a Malable Range for $50., Wc have Ranges from f'JO.OU to $.Vi.P0. proK)rtlon. We handle the Cook anil Heating Stoves in saniei John Daer Wagons and Farming implements Olivecand Syracuse Plows. Tho Very bent line of Stove and Irnjilements on the market. Just a car load of American Fence. The Het Woven Wire Fince Made, (live in a call and part of your trade. r The S(iuiri! Deal House I "Shield Braiid" clothes et-" MADE KK.Iir PK1CI.D RICH 1 $1050 TV r . $1,522 r I Jm hfAfl 7 ((vf tn U I w.ng m Un'. Ckil Kk .tr . (vfc g ft ,c M. lloiki. ll'WfVW, Miss"! Elizabeth Glbbs lus returned fort, spent last Sunday with Mr. and, ters, cranberries and celery of from a short visit to Lexington. VV. I). Rail Mrs. G. M. Lons, of this citv. Miss Fannie Ruwson of Frankfort, is Mr. and Mrs. Jake Carpenter of Ver- the guet oOlrs. Kinmii KnulTman. DINNER, sallies, attenued the funeral of Mrs. TURKEY i James Turner here last Monday. Min I.nVerne Nevlus bai been the GOOSE SUPPER. guest of her grand mother in Stanford, Mr. John Woods, who holds a good Mr. Charles Ilairlein, the local cater- in Indianapolis, is here for a Mrs. Oorije McltobtrtH of CovuiKlon ' visit to his mother, Mrs Garett Woods. er, will be well prepared to take care . ia with Mrs. John Farra fer a f;W of the hungry on Thanksgiving, a l,c Lyons were i Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Mrs. Jcc l'axton of Stanford, viMtrd guests in Versailles last Monday, where ' has announced that he will serve tur- 'hermother, Mrs Jane Kobinson last thev visited their friend, Mr. G. K. key in abundance at the noon day meal week. and on the same evening for supper his j Carpenter. patrons will be liberally supplitd with Mr. Harry livelier, of Indiana, n Mr. Frank Detiieruge, of Richmond goose and all the mcesaary side dishes the KUest last week of Mrt. Sallie liia and Centre College, was the- - guest for that go to make up a bountiful irel I.awson. u fev days last week, of Mr. W. II, ' Mrs. Janien I.Hiidrani has returntd to Mason, Jr. Chance to See a Thrill. her home in Harlan after a isit to Hot. I Attendant "(Jet jour head Mrs. K. F. Pierce who has been visi- Mra. Will Uckey. out of the elevator -- liaft. What's tho ting Mr. und Mrs. Oscar Ray, the past ' ,, JUM " t.uui i., I,.- - i.iw.. t.. I... rui,,-.,..- ,i Missea l.aveme Dickeraon and John- -' " ' . ;u minute, von. Therein fellow Jut with Louisville. etta Farra spent the week-ei.j Iimil(1 ul, lls.,I1Iim Jn (,.ini tIl)Hft Mrs. Joe Ilurnside. S,,US "' him make the Rev. C. II. Greer, the Presiding Eld-- , m"' Mita Klizabeth Thomas, of Shelby er of the Methodist church of this dis- -' 1'arucliut.- - .lr.p." -- fuel.. ville, has been the attractive gust 0f trict. is the guest of friends in the Mirs Martha Tinder. city this week. Strayed: To my place 3 head of catOwner can get same by proving; properly nnd paying for notice and keep. H"lG-3- t C V. Pence. Marksbury Ky. tle. For Rent. djs Upstairs Fiat, four rooms and bath. Tffo halls. Also two connected ofiice rooms. J. K, Stormes. For Sale 'Dundy 7 room home 4 acres land with good out buildings on Danville street at a bargain. Joe. S. Haselden. Sewing I sell Hachints. : it Lyons Busy Cash Store f lUh 1 f I jit juv v y J Itosa l.awson a dt liKbtful ChicaKO. and Clinton lid. last wtek from ' j returned Mis. William Futnau nnd ton, Kenvisit to nedy, have returned from Danville wheie they visited Mr. and Mrs. Hanks Mr. and Mrs. ltnrve I.ee of Hlchmoml Hudson for several days. were called here Sunday by the dentil Dr. George II. Crowell, commissioner Mrs. Turner. of her for Wesley an College, Winchester, has Mrs. John Mount is visiting htr I been in the city for several days in the ter, Mrs. l.ot;aii Wood, of Danville, interest of that splendid school. priwr to mukini: her home in Atlanta. Mrs. Gi ens Tcrrill willspend ThanksMiss Annie I telle Ilurr.aiJe giving at Akron Ohio, where she will ed at u delightful noon dav dining in visit Mr. Terrill and son. Rice, who are honor of Mis. (icorne McHotierta of in business in that thriving citv, crand-motheei-- Mrs. Faille PRESIDENT ISSUES the famous Singer Jewing machine. Also Singer oil und needles. If your machine needs repairing call on me dn Campbell St.- - Satisfaction guaranteed. Dan Milburn. 10- Lancaster, Ky. mmii The Carola Cibinet Phonograph is now ready for the "dealers tho only cabinet phonograph to reach the people at $15. Marvelous in beauty, wonderful in tone. Selling ngeuts in every town wanted. Write lor our descrip- THANKSGIVING PROCLAMATION i CoviiikIoii. The Ear-Marks I Mr. Daniel Mosier and Miss Klizabeth Mosier, lioth of this county were mar-- j tied Wednesday bv I'M. F. M. Tinder at his home. Mrs. W. I Arnold and Mr.. G. 1). Simmon of Richmond, motored to Lancaster Fiiday and were guests of ' Mrs, Lula Johnson. Mr John Carpenter and niece. Miss Anne Held, left Monday for St. Cloud, Floiida, to spend the winter at the 'orange grove of Mr. Carpenter. j of a Good Feed Grinder You will find every one of them on all INTERNATIONAL FEED GRINDERS A strong stool stand nxc:it3 wabbling. Two lag screw in Id tho iiuciiino firmly m position. TheKiindinr; !." tliercforonriiul evenly. in A sprint; toiisum eu the guiding plates insures even grinding. A plate bliifUr r at tho end of tho shaft is n safeguard ngalnet lireaI..-pand makes it a timplo nutUr to clean 1 i Mis. W. S. KUtln of Atlanta, was called to the badiide of her siler, Mr. Lottie Wiirreu. "Sunday, nnd is 8end-- 1 tig part of her time with Miss Jennie Duncan. Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Shropshire. Mrs. W. T. Collins, Mrs. lliggins Patterson nnd Mrs, Joe Iliock motored from Cyn- thiami and were guests ot ltev. und Mrs, F. M. Tinder,- -" , j plate. An Intertmtionnl feed grinder and an I II C oil engine make an idial combination. The cnin'ne will furnish convenient (lower fni'dialintr the feed criuder, and is especially adnit:ible for this purpu'.c in account of the variation of the power required in proportion to the kind of crain beinn cround. International f. id minders are made in the following types and tues to meet all n qtiirctnciits: tho ' Typo Bi C, f), and 1 - ki inds corn on the colt Type C: 6 and Much grinds (mail grain and helled corn Type I); 8 and corn In the liuik, alfalfa and c Kaftir corn In tho head I Mrs. It. T. Kuihry and Miss Juliu Held motored to Lexington Wednesday spending the day and btinging Mrs. W. iT, West, who bus In en under medical trrattmi.t, home with them, h John M. Mount left Tuetday night for Atlanta, where he will en guge in business with" Mr. Ware Mc Roberts. A host of friends rigrel his and best wishes of ull attend ' "J' There pre other features which you can see for yoursclf.if you will tjrop in for a demonstration the next time you arc in town. him. Miss Jennie lliggins who wus thrown from her buggy sovo'u! weeks ago onJ severely injured, is still confined to her room, the Injury proving more severe than was at first thought. Her friends hope to see her out soon. ot u shower Mrs, Jane Itohluaon was the recipient of post curds last Monday, PHONE 27. BECKER , BRYANTSVILLE, 'Ky. BALLARD. It being this popular lady's birthday. A number of friends called Ihruout the day to extend best withes and wish her many returns of her natal day. President Wnon foi mally by mocla-- 1 mation designated Thuitdy, November 30, as Thanksgiving d.y. It says: "It has lorg been tin- custom of our tive literature. The Ky State Distributing Co. Ine . people to turn in the fruitful autumn of the year in praise and thanksgiving to Sola Distributors for tho Stnte of Ky. Illdg. Louisville Ky. Almighty God for His many bleffings 11- - 9 ' and mercies to us and the nation. "The year that has elapsed since we Col. I. M. Dunn .md Mrs. Dunn, Miss ,a8t ob9(,rvt,,i our ,i,iv l)( thanksgiving FARM rOR SALE. Rob-jrDove Hams nn.l Mr. Dunn, a'l ,,as bee rjdl , ,l!fS6inps to us About two miles from l'uint Lick. ot Danville, motored over to our city as a people, but the whole face of the In good state of cultivation, well walast Sunday and were guests of fiiends. rtl)rj ,ma hft ewil i,y war. j,, tered, aud new fence all around. New ' '""l8t of tUr lllMC; u,,a appi'is. stock burn, about So acres in gruss, ard Mr A. I). Joseph made a business trip to Cincinnati lu.t Tuesday where ' our t"whlH dve'l upon the struggles forty acres for cultivation. For furbe l.uiclinsed more enmls for Hie i,.. nJ sufTelings of the nations lit war ther information, call up or write L. J. 0,1,1 "f llle whom war has Fish, creasing demamfoMhe Joseph Mercan-- 1 "!' Paint Lick Ky, or Walter brought disaster withcut choice or tile Company. I.aucuster Ky. possibilits of escape on their part, Wei 11.9-4t. Mr. aud Mis. R. II. liatson and cannot think of our own happiness daughter, Cecil, Mr. Adolph Joseph, without thinking of their pitiful disMrs. Elizabeth Joseph und Mr. nnd tress. "Now, therefoio, I, Wocmow WilMrs. F. G, Hurt of Crab Orchrrd, were delightful guejts of Mr, nrd Mrs. Will son, l'recitlei't of the United States of Thursday, the America do npiiolnt Palmer lust Sunday, thirli"th of November, as a day of Mr. anil Mis, V. A. Lear and Mr. national thanksgiving nnd prayer and and Mrs. S. D, Cochran and Mr Russ urge mid ud.vie the people to resort to Denton were called to Richmond Wed- their (evernl places of worship on that nesday on amount of the serioui illness day I hnvc tipened n Ciindy to lendei! thanks to Almighty God of Mrs. Louis Rolf. Factory on Lexington St for the blessings of peace und prosperity which he has be Mis- - llermu I. ear und John next door to the Puritan. Gill Ki"naird nnd Miss Martha Tinder nnd stowed upon our beloved country ml PuTe,Fresli,DelicI6us Sliuley Iludion attended the foot I,,,!! such unstinted measure. Home Made Candy, "And I also urge and suggest our game belvuen Centre ami Transylvaniu duty in this our day of peace and abun- in Danville lutt week. Our Specially. dance to think in deep sympathy of thej Your patronage W cordially Mr. 11. M. Grant, returned to his stricken peoples of the world upon solicild. Phone '.'12 home in Noifolk Va , Saturday where rthuiii the curse nndeiror of war hasji bo is superintendent of one of the city so pitilessly fallen and to contribute out'1 schools, he wus accompanied by his sis uf our abundant means to the relief of ter. Mis Lily, who will make a visit tu, '"elr sulterings. "l)uf ' hr Mint before locating permanently. show pwple attitude0 heller way toward tho their leal Mr. at home , , . ,i, ,i, ,.,i, mail I'lroiiti diiu(,iv vi for u ten duvs looking ufler some bus- - contributing out of their abundance to Ho located the relief of the sulfering which the 'V"'"""r in Lawtou Ok hi,, and repotts that he war has brought in its train. well pleased with his new home, which HIGHEST PRICES PAID "In witnesB whereof I have hereunto his friends here hope will be only temRvmlManc MtlUtj on Dr set my hand and caused tho seal ot the Shipment I RtCtivtJ porary. United Stutes 'o be sltlxed. No Commission to Pay Those from u distance who attended "Done at I ho City of Washington, the funeral of Mrs. Thos, O'Hearn this 17th day of November, In the year Writ for Pria Ut and Shipping T8 were, Mr. and Mrs W. II. Hickey nnd pf our Lord. 191(1, and of the Independlittle son of Maysville. Mr. W. A. ence of the United Statts the 141st. M. Sabel & Sons "WOODROW WILSON. Jobst, of Mason county, Mrs. John and daughter, Messrs Tim and "Uy the President, Robert Lansing, Steele LOUISVILLE, KY. Secretary of Stale," Leo O'Hearn of Louisville, 3t-pt Ham-mac- k, Candy Kitchen., j . ,.,.,,, CoyS. Sanders ,,i ""l,r,."""u" ) The CentrallRocord, Thursday, November 23, 1916. w Wesh Wiseman Go's. COATS, Thanksgiving Sale SUITS, - , What would he Like a million other women, you can serve coffee that he would Rive most anything to have coffee which sturts the day "right" for all. Dresses and Millinery. order to reduce our stock as much as possible by Thanksgiving and to make room forour big Christmas opening, Friday, Dec st, we now offer hundreds of special values throughout our and Millinery departments. In I give for the coffee you serve? One woman says; "My husband used to swallow his cofTeo and hurry off". Now we have Arbuckles' and you'd think it 'ns Sunday thr way hclingers over his breakfast." Until you try Arbuckles' you will never know what a difference good coded can make in your home. Ready-to-we- ar Everyone loves the rich flavor of Arbucklcs' Coffer. Of nil the coffees in America today, it is by far the most popular' Newest Coats FOR MOTOR, STREET AND DRESSY WEAR New models in "Printzess" Coat?, fentuiitiB" the most Stylish Suits INCLUDING ALL OUR FINEST SUITS. You Kill have choice of our entire slock of line Suits resent approved changes in fashions; exceptionally well models, most of which are lined throughout. tailored Dressy and smart Street Coats of Wool Velour. Broadcloths. Velour.du Nord and Seal Plushes. Exceptional values at nt a great saving. Imported Novelty handsomely lined. Tod jy there ore whole towns where Arbuckles is pro.cticn.lly the only coffee U3ed. In one State, alone, in a year, four pounds of Arbuckles' Coffeo was used for every man, woman anil child In the many iwund of cofTee as the State lour timet popu'at ion of the St Jtu ! Arbuckle Uros.,Nc w York. An individual style for every I'nncy and Cloths. figure in Broadcloths, Wool Vcloura, CoMuiiie Velvet and Trimmed with real fur and "Thanksgiving Sale" prices 3 C DC $15.00, $16.50, $19.75, $25.00, $29.50, $3 5.00 and $45.00. $14.50, $17.50, $19.75, $25.00, $29.50. and $35.00 100 In Vital Force and Productive Energy. Per Cent. Efficiency n Children's Coats. This "Thanksgiving Sale" offers many special values in Misses' and Children's Gouts; made of Wool Velours. Chinchillas and Seal Plushes, at Sale of Waists. Our present stock of Stylish Waists and Hloues is by far the most Iwautiful we have ever shown. Manv special 'Thanksgiving Sale values in Crepe de Chene. Cn-rgette That's what you ought tu have. If jou're below that, jou're giving the other fellow the best of it. In the strrss and strain of modern life )ou have to be keyed up to the best that's in you, if you expect to go the route and finding inride the money". You ought to keep tab on ourself, ami when you ili.cover the slightest signs of letting down, )OU ought to come to nature's relief by taking a good tonic to brace up the vital forces and rebuild watted tissues. and Lace Waists at $5.00, $6.00, $7.50, $10.00 Misses and Children's Blanket Robes at $2.00, $2.50, $298 $2.95, $3.50 and $5.00. COM CE331.-S -- The Greatest of All Tonics and System Builders. will restore the 100 per cent efficiency In bodily vigor which every man and woman ought to have. contain! all the essential ingredients recognized by science SI most eflVctlve In building up the weak sots of the bod), and then they are compounded and blended in a way the ordinary doctor has not learned yet. COMCEI. SAP. is on sale at Slorrr.es Drug Store, Lancaster, Ky. $1.00 for 3 boxes, makes 3 nuails of medicin and last 3 months, l.ega'ly Cuaranleed to satisfy jou or money back. riils Drug stor alio has tn sale our famous COWBOY MNIMKN'T lor rheumatic pains, neuralgia, lumbago, cuts, burns, bruises, lameness and sorenen, 25c and bOc bottles. Try our Science Sope. 10c a tar, 3 fir 25c. Will send Free on request a copy of our great book "The Cowboy Herbalist." Sale of Dresses. We have selected from our regular stock about one hundred of this season's most desirable Serge and Silk Dresses, of which there is ouI one of a kind, selling up to $25.00, and offer choice at Trimmed Millinery At Half Price. To reduce our stock we now offer any Trimmed Hot at half price whether these hats sold at $5.00 or 525 00 $14,75 Other special values in Women's and Misses Serge Dresses Included are about fifty selected Hots of Velour. Antique Velvet and Hatter's Plush, trimmed with gold laces, silver laces or fur selling regularlv up to morrow at choice 18.00 on sale to- STORMES DRUG STORE, Lancaster, Ky. Remedy Co. 3C 3L At $6.50 to $12.50 - $7.00 Dakoto 3721-31 Jack-Whlte-Mo- on West Ilroadway. LOUISVILLE, KY. DC 3L 3 C Welsh y)IIHl)tIWWMWWWWlf & Wiseman humanity than one will Imd even In the best of this author's tales. Eighteen yeais ago, it appears, Mr. l'orter was sentenced to five ) ears' 'imprisonment in the Stat-- Penitentiary at Columbus Ohio, for embezzlement. After serving his sentence, which was I educed from live to three jeurs and three months, he commenced a new career under a new name in which he speedily achieved a tucces that h.is come to few of the world's tellers of short stories. Hit biographer places before the reader the complete details of the dark chapters in 0. Henry's life. In doing so he w rites as a believer in. O. Henry's innocence. He considers that 0, Henry became the victim of n mistake und was lawfully punished as a result of the criminal negligence with which the bank employing him as a His plea along clerk was conducted. this line in defense of O. Henry will be read, naturally, with eager Interest by the latter's countless friends and Ity some, undoubteuly. the question will be railed as to the propriety of giving publicity at this late da) to so fateful an occurrence In O. Henry's career. It isn question that touches one of those curious problems i Co. J Draw I A Check rfltTWIla l II VIM V for the money you owe find itiote how much more res Danville, Kentucky. period. The work of few writers has received such instant recognition as that accorded 0. Henry's ventures in j lictmn. This literary fiime was uccom-nanln- d iMIttd II) The WuinamClub) hv the usual desire on ths nart ossoooossos ti.looe of the club , of udmirets mid those woiking in the "WhIicp eVerv member same profession to "know the nuthor . will bo present tomorrow ufternoon to contemHut in tins Ins hear Miss lUwsnn on a subject of vital poraries were balked by an uloofness, interest to all. Tlie meeting ofeim an exaggerated fliceiice that at first promptly at 2:30. appeared to be merely n.i eccentricity The appearance of I'rofessor C. AN i oi genius uui was rcognizeu laier as nhoiinu Smith's blogratihv of William being due to thexistenceof u myiterv Sydney l'orter Is not without its sensa-tioh- al 'enveloping O. Henry's career prior to feature. The world at large bus his arrival in Jsew ioik. in spite or known little If nnything of the private tliu unusually wide knowledge of life life of this master of the short story shown in his stories, he proved to be whoso very Identity was hidden, while practically unapproachable socially, lived, under a ten-nam- e ! that has Inevitablv. the invsterv. whatever it einee become famous in Europe as well was, gave rise to innumerable guesses Uuring tlie. anil theories. 10 a lew some inxnng us America-- U. llenrv. last years of his nil too brief career he of the real truth gradually became and hern he wns known; but these kept their secret, and i lived In New York, known casually to a few, intimately lo It Is not until now,, years aftei 0. This ubscuritv in which he miss Henri's death, that the facts in the ed his life was deliberately chosen; it ca.e are given to tl.e public The story told at length for the first was not due to the Indifference of thole who would naturally be attracted, one time is one involving much that is tta- , might supiKise, by the personality of u 'uie. much that is not without Its nithns a story that li, perhaps, morn deeply man whose creative facultt had touched i.so high a level in the literature of his scorcu wun tne uarx, uramauc ways oi pectfully your creditors you They like to do tiiisinuss with it inon who litis nn account nt the Garrard Bank & Trust Co. They know he is doing business In a busiress like way. Iletter open such an account even If your alfaiis are not large. They will gruw nil right. - ?Tlie Womans Club Bll icKaiuru interpietive bearing on what he has written. 0. Henry's genius is uiMjues. tiouably of the calibio that places Its possessor within the legitimate range of tlie biographer. The study of his art is aided by a knowledge of his life. Hut a biography omitting an account of, so vital a factor in his intellectual de.1 ' Vtl,r.lI..Mt Ma Ihu luilirni..., ........! in Ohio proved to bo would furnish a misleading view of a subject of rare human as well as literary interest. In the writing of biographies in regard to which there in excellent opportunity for conflicting opinions. When a man's literary work lYgreat enough to achieve' a universal appeal, it is Inevitable that -- i . i . .. i i Mi nr.. ...in iMv ..... llUVlllg The Garrard Bank & Trust Company THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Coptol $50,000. A. It )KN!JY. President jSurpius $30,000. Set the Example. No longer talk ut all ubout the kind of man tliut u good inun ought to be, but be such. Marcus Aurellus. J. K. STOKMES. II. 1. .miihv, Ass't Cashier. Vice I'res'L $. fi. DENNY, Cashier. r. J. U Ull.I., Tagore. TagoiVa Philosophy. My heart Is full and I feel that happiness Is simple like u meadow flower, . . ' . I look around me uud are the silent sky And flowing wuter and feel that happiness Is spread abroad at Imply us a etulle ou u child's face. Safety Oeposit Boxes For Rent. WE SOLICIT YOUlt BUSINESS. Sarauil U. Cochran. Alex K. Denny. J. II. Posey, J. B. Stornies, S. C. D.nny, J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott. Directors. The Central Record, Thursday, November 23, 1916. J' Itlce and family who attended the Ilaptlst Association have returned. The Teachers Training class will meet at the church Saturday morning nt 10 o'clock, on account of Rev. Mtdian hav ing nn engagemenl with his church at Mt Hebren. Mra Iletsy Kemper of Kansas City will arrive soorfTo make an extended visit to Kv. friends. She will be the guest most of the time of Miss Susan K. Sutton while here. Maat-- r E. T,, the bright son of Air and Mra Edmund Sutton, recently received second prize, 1174, on n new pianoirM player, from the Peoples Magazine for working a puzzle. Mi I.ul.i Simpson nccompanitd by Miss Kliznbvth Simpson, left Monday fur Irfjuisvilte for h consultation with The friends of Mis her physician. Ltiln are glad to noto the improvement in her health in the last few Weeks. A most beautiful life was closed last Tuesday morning, November 14th, when Airs Thomas O'Hearn passed to her blessed reward at her home on the Lexington road. A life of faith, hone and charity was hers in the highest sense. Iter untimely ueulli I ell as a criulilng blow on her loved ones, for altho she had been a sufferer of rheumatism since last May, and during the summer her recovery was almost despaired of, but fir the past few weeks her condition seemed so much improved that loved ones thought and hoped her lilace in the home would be filled for many months lo come. Mrs. O'Hearn was horn Dec. LMJ. 1853, ut Maysville where the resided until her marriage Keb. 22. 1873. To this union were born A. twelve children, six sons and six daughters, nil of whom she caw grow into beautiful manhood and womanhood. Two of the daughters have preceded Bethe mother 16 a brighter home. sides her husband and ten children, Mrs John Steele. Tim and Leo O'Hearn of Mrs Mary Burton and Mr Jaa Burton are visiting Mr and Mrs Carl May in Cincinnati. Messrs Ambrose and George Calico were at Gilead Saturday for the call meeting of the church there. Ilev. A. C. Ilaird was called as pastor for the coining year. " Miss Jessie II. Itay was a guest at a party given In honor of Mr Kvnrett Sebastian at the home of tils father. Mr Thompson Sebastian, nenr N'inn lnt Monday evening. Mr and Mra Albert' Co lice, Mr and Mra Forest Calico, Misses Hazel and Clara Calico, Mrs Davis Sutton, Messrs Wrn Stormea and Frank Conn were guests af Mr Ambrose Calico and family Kunday. L Wjl ifc VK-f- IV1 wsfnfc W llW 1 XlkAB, II WA 1 t 4 I aIII fliiiiiS r I CARDS, D. iTOBACCO IS PREPARED PROCESS DISCOVERED MAKING EXPERIMENTS tor smokers unperthe IN P. A. puts new joy into the sport of smoking ! Or. Wm. IB ' fw.Vgj( IfcraSSSsinsiSj m WLBWftiOME ipPP!ETTEANDPlPESMOKERS. u PROCESS PATENTED ' "HttUllft- (BkiLTO V T: - 1 TO I Veterinary and Dentist. Pryor, Surgeon Kentucky X PRODUCE THE MOST DE- -' LIGHTFULANDWHOLE-TOBACCO FOR CIG- - i j R,JtYHOlosTowcOMPAMY may live to and never feel old enough to vote, but it's certain-sure you'll not know the joy and YOU Ofllce ut Kainey a I.ivery Stable, does hot bite the toncue contentment of a friendly old jimmy Kqinrt of tin fomlltlnii H nan I t H i f! M'-- K p, : un , goodness and satisfaction it offers. It is made by a patented process that removes bite and parch I You can smoke it long and hard without a comeback Prince Albert has always been sold without coupons or premiums. We prefer to give quality! Prince Albert affords the keenest pipe and cigarette enjoyment And that flavor and fragrance and coolness is as good as that sounds. P. A. just 1 pipe or a hand rolled cigarette unless you get on talking-term- s with Prince Albert tobaccol P. A. comes to you with n real reason for all the or TIIK U. 3Turrav, OnHhaitv Optlcimi 4lc- - Ix'trA P in furl n iMmuicrd Garrard Bank & Trust Co j1.'edwardImi Phone 391-M luuk (lntnie biiilnc-- 4 st IjniOAnicr f'oiinfjr of OArrMril, t'ute rl guiurl.jr, AT TIIK I UWK OF lll'!ISE OS TIIK 9th. tiny of Nov. 1910. REiOlT.CF.4. BUCKEYE, KY. H,'M W.ri it XMl 01 ,;( r. IJ,C"l 0" I)rn1rati .oat! J4lt4 I iTilrrn from ItitnLf Caul! un ... Iioliit ml feeand he rtitrk. and utlii-- c,th lteuu. lUnklnir Uoue. I nrnliurc kikI lint ... ub- - ... I Honaker Fine Cut Flowers.. answers the universal demand for tobacco without bite, parch or kick-back! future M fPr Af rY Imgt, 5f ffJr -- rJ than to walk into the nearest place that wA Introduction to Prince Albert isn't any harder sells st cheer-fulle- C,ltI tkmt tUvtt tin hmmlJr$ rrr. A pmmnd , mnJ pit J id rWiftn, f tobacco and ask for "a supplyof P. A." You pay out a little change, to be sure, but it's the investment you ever made! I lncli r'l'll", I" C.xh Knnft Miriwtl ndlvMt"! lTnllt . ie eiHH jtnrl lali-I., I,.lt -- ul.J.t tu rl,i rl ...M0 M 1 line ppr-olII M tVrtlSett rhteks Tull . i.i.um.niK.J. John .vi.i mi woo uo M. McRoberts. p!t H. Olhi-- PlTldtM liinllUllllll lint r i.vi.i o; 1 Oil Inclcrftd nrr miy or above utanf J. PATRICK, Dentist. Eontucky 1. nn- - Ixuitville, MrsW'm.IIickeyof Majsville, Margaret. Nellie, John, Thomas, Chas, Veterinary Surgeon.. and Bernard who are at home with the J. W. Klinore.Cmliler. anil father, the is survived by her mother, .iif.nerll e1Itilit iworn to before me tbl IMh N. C. Copyrijht 1916 by R. J. Reynold. Tobacco Co. R. J. H.rnoM. Tobacco Co, Win.ton-Sal.m- , da; of Nor Veterlnary-CollefieGraduate Mrs. Katherine Desmond of Maysville, Will llurer, Notary riiblle. Mr coinmln, two sisters, Mrs. Will Jobst and Mrs. tiou vvplrv IVt.riiar h. Iv,a. mariTnaa; Patrick Peters, and two brothers, 1). DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. She was truly F. II Markbary. T.'J. Price, J. K. Itnblii-uL. am) J. II. Desmond. Catholic, tuis most patient in her sufguests of Mr and Mra Kmmit hone, TKATEKSVILLE .MAKKSBUKY Saturday nlht. ferings and prayed God's Holy will be Koport oltlic Comlltioii Mr and Mrs Otto Simpson nmt little' MrH Jan Turner was al the bedside of done. She received all Bites of the Mint Jrwrl I'rewitt win theucck-cndaughter. Juanita, were guests of Mr her aister, who in ill, last week. church. After funeral service at home I I I'rewitt. tyeat of Mr FUNERAL DIRECTOR and Mra Tom Chestnut. Thursday morning by Father Shulte of .Mr unit Mra I rede Simpson were visMr John Rovston lias been visiting Richmond, she was laid to rest in the Ofllce Over National Hank. Mra N. K. IlDgie. and lier mnther.Mra itor) of Mr ar Mrs Sam Schooler. Mr Jonuli Mnrsee on Stanford pike. Sehastain, were gueata of .Mra E. II. Lancaster cemetery. Residence Jhone 3. Oflice I'honc 27 ami family were Itay nir.I family, Sunday. Mr 1). N "Hilly", the two year old son of Mr LANCASTEIt, KY. guests of Mr .''.i.ie llroadus, Saturday. r" mggins una ueen sick Meaars W. II. Crow and K. II. Iiay GUNNS CHAPEL. dolm; budurx t the louru of rlnt I.Ick, Mr Kemp Wa er and family were were, guest of Mr Joe Teirce and fam-- . Mr Luther llurdette ni.il family spent t'onctyof (iiirrard. State of Krutnck;, the guests of 'r Julia, Walker Sunday ily Thursday and Friday. Sunday with Mra Bryant at Lancaster. John Land purchased a calf from or Biiir on hie At THt Mr Thompson Davis. Mr c IVndlrton and family weir Mias Daolin of Somerset is the Mr and Mrs C J. Itay and daughter, earn ci .Mr ami .Mm itronaon i.ocner. Misses Zula and Mattie Calico w tractive guest of her cousin, Miss Ola spent the day with Mr and ' 9th day of Nov., 191C nuar. guests of Miss Maude Teater. Itoolin. Mra Luther Itaioey. Sunday. lisae Inn and Jesne It, Itay were Mr Burtcn Durham of Madison w Mist Margaret Doty haa returned EMt'lt:i! (Juite a number from here ajtended UT.SIJ W ...... f,nanii and to close out at cost. the surprise party iriven in honor of from n recent visit to Mm Itout of a guest of Mr Ed Daily Sunday. S.OMI M errtraft.r'iireit aLd tilivcurei day night. aisiXi si i Ml Everett Sebastian at the home of I'amt Lick. Thompson Davis purchased three fat Tue from llatik Carl) ou hand j.i2 m . Mr and Mrs Flute Turner were the ( his father near Nina Monday evening Itev. and Mra J. W. Mahan and Mr, hogs from Mr Hiram Ray at 8Jj cents. C'heeki and other ca!i llm C. COX, Baoklux ltoue. Furniture aLd 00 J Fringe I:Albert 1 Total f W W) SI ill Keiitiitkr, Coniit; of Oarrarit. Set. We.ll K Mei:.iKrt B1J. w. Klraore Preil-leii- t and t'stbli--r nt ttie alute litmeit Itatik do onlmnl) wcar ttiat 11e nUiie ntHtrniviit ef our know Uiiire anil Juliet. true to the It. K Mettotierta, rreautent. Paint Lick. Jolm futt tt Cnscy, D. V. . J. R. Beazlev PEOPLES BANK Mi I Three Brown Manley CULTIVATORS I 6. Manse,Ky Futures 3.K0 Total IUI.W.S 21 ''h- o- TOBACCO M : S 1 PetHKlii TImc Pepclti I.I llll l.ll I Caidtat Htnck paid In. In chIi ...... Surplti Fund expelle rndhldeil prelita. and taxrt hiI,1 Iirpn.ln ul'j't lo cheek IP ITS Pvmand i'ertltlent' ul tns ll ft"1 OmceHoursI.. la.tw) ll.tfO 00 aA (i M. K. Denny and W. A. CD OSIce: Wtt A. Doctors Of Dental Surgery. Stormea nulldlugovei Hurt l'otal av , i Audc Una Ilanka aud Tin.t Cnmpaulea Notra and Hill" Htdlieoilteil Total H V K.'l 01 aI 4.IW0 00 ou's LANCASTER. nrnllure Store. KENTUCKY 2j; (III Wf (I - - TO - - State ol Kiutuoly. County of (iarranl. ct We. K. I.. WiwU. and K. 0. Woort. I'rei-dfiiof the abme iiami il Pank and ilu kidtiinlv uAr that the above atate mem Ittrue to the I nf our kuowledse and B. I.. WOOP, l'reald' ut. belief. I!, li. WOODS. CaihU r. l'hlr TREES Tres Everythlnt! for Orchard, Garden. Write for free Cntalotiue. Subtcrtbei and anorii to befure me this lltti day ol Nov. I9ia. Clay lllakf niau. Notary I'ubllc Jiy i.xrirea rvv.v ifii.. Fruit and Shade Shrubs. Grape Vines, Rhubarb. Asparagus, Roses, Phlox, Peonies I.okii nnii No Atfta K iouniien I 1 HI i TOBACCO W STANFORD, STREET Si Ili'imi'l ol' Ilic Condition H.F.Hillcnmcyer & Sons'. liiiitk 01' ISryantsvillc Lexington, Kentucky. 1841. 1U1C ilidiiK buliuiia at covin of HrjauUvllIe, t ouuty of Oarrard, tate of Kvuturky, AT TIIK lUii-l! IF UfMNK! ON Till 9th tliiy of Nov UKfOfliCKS. 191C 8 8 8 m C, A. Speith Company AUNAGERS. I.oaiK and MaeiHinta fUerdrafta aveured aud unt'Cdrtd hue froiM Ilanka Cal mi baud llaukiiiK lloof4 Furniture and I 17,171 l k: 71 ..m I .'.OAS is 1 tlxtiirea Tetal l.lAl'n.lTIKH, l ai'llal stM'k I 'M III. In (turi.Iua Fuuda . .." t .'Al,7lK t Hue liewln HlllaraiaUe hum. t'uilhlded I'ludu, Itimffli' at-and taxes paid Ib'iiualt aiibluet tocheek IW.U'7 i'o KM eah 113,10 Ul M SJ.027 1,000 U) t 9 J We Pay Highest Market Prices. Unload the Same Day. No Commission Charged. Phone 308. Also Branch House at MORELAND, KY. Total COV.N i t .V. M, 8 8 8 L'L'VTIVIl'V i OF OAllltAKll I MT' XV. i:. C. lluekar, 1'rr.ldeiit aud J. ('. naiurd Hank do Caahlvrof Ihu abu olemuU mear thai the abnu atalemvlil la true to the beat of our kuowlvd. aud belief. I1L, V .VITL ' Subaerlbvd aud au oru to day of Nov IDH. t'.C lleekrr, I'realJeut. J.C. WlllUM., t a.blrr. tfore me thlt nth J. Ilofau llallanl, .Notary I'ubllc. UyCominlMloooblret Feb IS, IvlO. hi J I, II I curr Noah Mar..e, Piatctosi Jr. U. r.f.oif, The undersigned liereLy K've warn-(n- g to all persons not to trespass upon our lands tor any purpose whatever a we will prosecute all offenders to ful extent of t law. Hunters and. Kishermen especially take notice. R. L. Elkin- Ed & N B Trice V. R. Cook. Mrs. Rebecca J. West. James G. Conn, II. 0, Arnold. J. C. Morcan. J. 1'. HUnd. Lonp; Itros J. H, and W. S. Weaver W. T. West. Booth Sutton. W. L Lawson and son. Howard King, Miss Carrie lloulden, J. II. Rlgsliy. John Richardson, J. C. Riesby, A. C. Miles. J. B. Woods. J no. M. Farra. J. II. "Thompson, David Steven. II. L. Kelly. S. crRIiisby. Frank Thompson. 1). M. Anderson. J. II. Thompson. Am and Ed Bourne. Davis Sutton Mrs. J. Wade Walker. Dave Dudderar W. II. Cummins. I'. II. Thompson. Wm. Lear. Jerry Bland. W, S. Ferguson, John Taturo, Mrs Emma Hlgginbotham. Mrs. E. L. Fraiee J. D. Naylor We will add other names for 25 cent POSTED lst cash. 4 Beginning TO-DA- Y The Central Record, Thursday, November 23, 1916. : W we offer our ENTIRE LINE OF . jAl 1 1 0 tD UITS RO s At Greatly Reduced Prices. Opening of CHRISTMAS GOODS, Friday, November 24th E ROBERTSON & DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. iJ 3 y I C s 3 1 s .2 5 IS 2 '3 3 3 51 .a cc . I - aI ? 5 jj l H 3 5 ar"3 2 a 2 .3 c a. as 2 U 2cc 2 w i i -- 3 2 53- a a. a d J in ? f au ii , "' 3 33 J 3 U V 5 a. tc 3 if I!; & jo - I3 f 3a w S C i "S a 5a i oa i 13 5. t "J 1 -- 1? w " -- fc " " l . LJ 6J C a7 v 3 J; !! c 9J V 2 .5 13 T s a 5S 25 3 21. n . a a 5 &1 Z "3 a l 33 2' 33 t 32 3 i. 3 S 3 j i! c3 . jo 12. St 5 r. 55 3 "8 t ft g - a "5 5 c ca J5 v 5 a 3 5g sfi w . i S3 a aus c 3) J a ''S 3 ri S. O a C 55 a i 5 S 3 1 o u t! o SV ij 5 J3 "3 3u W (J w a 3 a a"! IT S z s 41 SI 4 a S .5 "3 aw i.a?l 3 s 2.1 s- .r i: c . Of s a w J v "S i j s fi E - s a 11 J ) Sna ", a 5c C -; i a .". Z r 3 g JA i 5 2 Sa?2 a . s" u 1 521 a" ", a V i S i ?2 ; u h au3o uaa O cc t S 2 3 O - u -- at C'i 6JS RESIIEI! AT 9. I HfV 1 1 itl K I I IK 1 II B I II BI fl I HafV fls 1 lH y II II l 'I I I fl Hl fl r 9 OF Having decided to locate elsewhere, I will sell at public auction on Resident Property Saturday, December 2nd, AT TWO O'CLOCK. I a ! .1916 0 ai Mondav, Bovemner ?in,-Kiib- , ' my residence on Hill Court. z p, n, Hie lot is 72x188 feet and the house which is modern In every way, contains seven rooms, two halls, front and back porch; the latter being enclosed, bath room, electric lights, hot and cold water and a good cistern at the door. Has splendid stable and all necessary outbuildings. will sell to the highest and best bidder, the residence now occupied by G. C. Hoso, on Lexington street. Owing to circumstances which were unavoidable and under which we Kad absolutely no control, this property was not put up for sale as advertised to take place on November 11th, but positively will sell on above date. Those wishing to look through the house will please call before day of sale. o a & ei THE 10T IS 945 FEET FRONTAGE FEET DEEP. AND IS 426 i 0 0 0 Terms made known on day of sale and., the sale will be held at the residence. Any one wishing to see the place, will be shown at any time. ' if The house is strictly modern, proctically new, with every convenience and construcced of the very best material. TERMS OF SALE: d cosh, January 1st, 1917, when deed will be made and possession given. Notes bearing six per cent interest payable in one and two years, will be taken for the balance, Sale will take place at the residence. One-thir- R. C. Schooler, LANCASTER, KY. Mrs. Susan Fisher, Lancaster, Ky. : J 4