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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): December 14, 1916 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1916 cen1916121401_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): December 14, 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. V THE CENTRAL RECORD. TWENTY SEVENTH TIAIt. LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, DECEMBER 14. 1916. Why not have a municipal Christmas treeT NUMBER 37. t IBM.njiiirofr BANKS CLOSED r I & I SOME To Be THINGS 9 CHRISTMAS DAY. day night. As hm been thu custom for many Juit eight more aliopping days until years, the banks of the city will all be Xmai. Iluv It now. closed for business on Christmas day. The great distinctive time of the year which also is County court day In la only ten "Ilibl" at the Auditorium next Tues You are Invited to attend dysoJT. the grand opening of Thankful For I Don't mix tha l'arcel 1'ost sale at DEPENDABLE the Court House tonight. Every ingredient cuke can be found needed for Fruit 21. I That our prices on Stoves are reasonable. That our goods In any line are the best. That we are thoroughly prepared to supply all orders, and i That It pleases us to please you. , w jg; SI IU iia Si i! If I Si In CONN BROS. it '5 LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. mem mm&sm mi YOU CANT HAVE A MERRY XMAS Without Good Eatables and Lots of Them. If you had ll the money tl.ere li. you couldn't buy any HlGHKIt (5RADB GROCERIES than thoe thnt we are handing nut these day. Hive all the obtainable FRUITS FRESH & dried. ! 1 If you are in need of glasses, consult Feed and flour, cotton seed meal, etc, the Ilyrne Optical Service nt the Ken-garlfor sale by Iiudvin. Hughe & Farnau. Hotel. Lancaster Kv, Dec. 18th to 23rd. J. J. Ilyrne, Mr. Kcott of Lincoln county recently Exclusive Optician. bought a farm of Mr. J. V. Gastineau and Son ut Hvattiville. A BREAKFAST The play at the school Auditorium Tuesday-nigh- t Is for the benefit of next BACON RECIPE. the school library. Dont miss it. A Missouri farmer who built up a I.ime, sand, cement, rock screening. good meat business uses the following brick, salt and coal. recipe, which is especially fine for Hudson, Hughes and Farnau. breakfast bacon. Salt, fifteen pounds; You can get your Christmas gifts at brown sugar, three pounds; powdered Lend borax, one pound; black pepper, one the l'arcel Post sale tonight. of a pound. your presence and help out a good pound; saltpeter, Mix thoroughly, place In a large pan on causo. the stove and keep warm enough so 1IAZAAR:-M- iss Lena Ilrlght will that you can just bear your hand in it. conduct her annual bazaar at her resi With this mixture rub the meat on both dence on Maple avenue Friday and Sat sids until it sweats. Apply all the urday of this week. mixture that will posslblg stick, l'ark QUALITY AND SERVICE FIRST, the meat away in barrels or boxes for or twelve dava; harg and smoke We guarantee our flour to please you ten with hickory wood or corncobs until a or money back. Hudson, Hughes and Farnau. nice straw color is obtained. This mayhang all season without trouble trom Some dandy picture are being anown flies or bugs. The side meet will have this week at Roman's opera houre. the same flavor as breakfast bacon, and 'Geraldine Farrar tonight and Ilillie the joints the same flavor as sugar- cured meat. Ilurke tomorrow night. I at Hall's. OPTICAL WORK, GOODS SATURDAY, DECEMBER 16. Haselden Lancaster, Bros., Kentucky I RAISINS. ORANGE AND CURRENTS, AND LEMON CITRON, PEEL, KINDS FIGS. PINE FOR DATES. APPLE, CAKES. SPICES OF ALL S Th frsaheit OYSTERS that there are. that are unbeatable In fact everything to eat and everything juit as it should be for Christ mai. We are waiting to wait on you.'J COK-FEE- program of a splendid play appears STEALS BUGGY in this issue of Uie Record and will I e shown at the I'aint Lick school Friday While Owner Is In Church. light, Dec. 22nd. I'aint Lick has some good talent and we predict n good Harvev Davis charged with takin? a cowd. buggy from in front of the Methodist' church last Sunday, without the owners Daring the holiday season Iterei will consent or knowledge and appropriating unite in celebrating the Christmas time. it to his awn use, was tried before A large evergreen tree has been selectcounty Judge Arnold last Monday morn1 ed and this will be made a tree of light. Ing and held over to await the action of About It all the citizens of llerea will and his bond placed at the grand-jurgather at the vesper hour and join in a $250 The buggy proved to be Mr. musical program celebrating the holy Silas Moss' and was practically new. season. Davis claims he bought tho buggy from The high coat of living will curtail another party. somewhat the bestowing of extravagant gifts, but the shoppers are busy POCKETS A BOX already and, (hose with leisure time and who are expert with the needle, Of Shells And Draws A Fiae Of $20. the palette and brush, and the different Fred Ollis pocketed a box of shot aorta of deftness arc turning out lovely things with which to remember their gun shells belonging to H. D. Lee and Son, last Friday, while Mr. Lee was in fcmily and friends. the rear of the store, but some one from the street saw the theft and reDOCK LEE BUYS FARM. Ollis ported the matter to Mr. Lee, Mr. II. O. Lee and son James Lee had departed however but he was caphave recently purchased the farm of tured on the square und taken before J. I. Hamilton, known as the John Judge Arnold who immediately gave He gave White place, containing 87 acres for him a fine of $20 a d costs. $75.00 an acre. Mr. James Lee will bond and we understand now he has left for parti unknown. occupy the farm after January 1st. A y J TC7 Ua, i & Christmas FRUITS&CANDIES A Presents n Hand Painted China g Presents in Tableware and Aluminumware, 1 nAVliiSflN & THMMNSfiN 3C 31 CHRISTMAS Glassware. CHPLSTMAS & IE 3C IF HZ " LUTHER HERRON Named SCHOOL PLAY At Auditorium Neit Tuesday High School Plaiy Given by Expression Department of Lancaster Graded and High School. As Chief Marshall, And Bock As Night. TO-NIGH- T PARAMOUNT at Superintendent 01 Water Woiks. y last night at the meeting of the City Council when it became known that the appointment of Chief of Police and tho Superintendent of the water works would take place at that meeting. Only two nominations were made for the MarehalsMp, Mr. Gregory nominating Mr. Herron and Mr. Dalton nominating Mr. W. S. Carrier. When the vote was taken, Gregory, Cotton, Anion and Goodloc voted for while Dalton and Zanone voted for Carrier. The naming of Mr. Herron seems to meet with the general approbation of the public, fur many think he made one of the beat marshals the town has ever had. After the election lie was the recipient of many congratulations. The names of U. Duck, Harry Anderson, Ilruce Luwson and J, A. Uenzley, were placed in nonffnation for the oillce of Superintendent and Tux collector, but upon the call of roll It was seen that Mr. Duck had the appointment by the entire council voting for him. Friendi of Mr. Duck aay for nim that lie hus made the) best tax collector the town lias had In recent years and the result is that both uppointmenta seem to meet with popular fnvnr. Mr. R. II. llatson protected masterly und atrongly ugninst thu council granting ii permit to Haielden Ilrothers erecting a garage on the lot recently purchased by them and which adjoins the residonce of Mr. llatson on Lexington street. Two petitions were filed signed bv numerous citizens along that street and another petition signed by many patrons of the Graded School claiming that It would be a detriment and dangerous to the many children that pass that point on their way to and from school. No action was taken, for It was announced by Attorney J. E. Robinson that an application for a permit had never been asked for ofllcially Mor-da- A good crowd was on hand IS NIGHT The school play "Bibi" will take place at the school auditorium next Tuesday evening, an announcement' of which appears in this Issue of the paper, This is thought to be one of the best plays ever attempted by the local talent at this place and will be under the supervision of Mrs. Todd, the teacher of expression here, which fact alone should Reserved insure a crowded house. seats are on sale at Mcltobcrts drug Btore and thev are only 35 cents where the general admission will be 25 cenU, BIBI DECEMBER at 7:45 p. m. Proceeds go to Library Fund. SCHOOL AUDITORIUM TUESDAY, 19, 1916 . Romans Opera House for children under 14 years, 15 cents. HOPKINS In Bad. FAMILY. U Jesse Laskey Feature Company presents The Metropolitan Grand Opera Star, L. Parents And Child la Jail. Geraldine Farrar Temptation. IN FRIDAY NIGHT. MISS BILLEE BURKE, The Star Supreme; in I ' 111 rW If 'Glorias Romance' I FIVE BIG REELS. J LI v - 83! by Haselden Uros. William Hopkins who recently moved here from BereH, together with his wife mid email 3 year old cnild, have gotten in bad and now ull three are languishing in juil, the child however being innocent of any charge. Will Hopkins decided that a small shaggy dog belonging to Mrs. Catherine. Conn Tinslcy, should bo put out of buniness and took n crack at it last Sunday afternoon right on the public highway of Csnrpurll street which created no little excitement with the result thut HopKiim was arrested for shooting on the public highway and was brought before Judge Frifbie, of tho I'olice Court, who gave him r fine of $100 and 30 dayi in jail. It seems that Mrs. Hopkins has alio developed a little bad blood and she was arrested charged with pointing a deadly weapon at Ed Adams. She too wat brouglit before Judgl Krisbie and was immediately fined $50 and costs, lleing unable to pay or replevy their fines they weie sent to jail together with their three year old child, Hopkins asked for a private cell for his family which was granted by the accommodating jailer, Mr. Ross. Hopklp has been running an eating establishment on Campbell street and selling soft drinks. General Admission 25c, Reserved Seats 35c. Children 14 and under 15cts. T" 3 I II . 1EZUI r Biggest Line Of C Christmas Candies -- Ever In Lancaster. Everything in the Toy line direct irom Toyland. Oranges. Apples, Bananas,. Nuts. . 'ii'-' H. D. LEE C& SON Record Building. u The Central Record, Thursday, December 14, 1916. He Considered Himself Smart By BARBARA PHOTS UP Goes - Up 021 - UP ' ) Retaliation By ETHEL HOLMES J 1 ll 1 gal." "Why, Mr. Barnlckel," says Mandy, "I don't reckon you'd have any trouble on that score. I was standln' looktn' at a gal t'other day, and she said some-pito me. I couldn't hear what It was, but somehow I reckoned It was about you. I asked her to write It down, and sho did. What do you 'pose It was?" "I dunno." "It was 'I wish Jcb Barnlckel would propose to me.' " .1 was tuk Oat aback. I didn't know any gal that had even looked at me I asked Mandy who the that gal was, but sho wouldn't tell me. She chuckled and said I might ask her three questions, to which she would answer truthfully, provided I didn't ask the gal's name. I began by askhV her where she was when he was talkln to the gal, and she said she was In the llvln' room at home. Then I asked her why the couldn't hear what the gal said, and she answered that there was glass be- tween her and the other gal. "Oh," I says, "she was standln' out on the porch or In the yard, and the winder Was shut down." Mandy didn't say nothln' to this, but he laxfed fit to kill herself. I'd asked her two questions and had one more to ask. The only thing I conld think of. for this last question was, "Wbero was the gal when she writ down what you said she did?" I asked her this, and she said the gal was In the same room with her. "I don't want her," says I. "Why not?" asked Mandy, serious n I was tnlkln' with Mandy Simmons t'other 1aj I wag tollln' her nbout my crops. Jujt how much wheat I'd tuk In, how much com nnd produce, end ended up by conuuin' to her that I'd put In the hank inorc'n fVOO over and aboro expenses, Hrln' and nil that. Mandj'a n titrc gal. I wouldn't 'a' told anybody else what I told her. It twined llko I was tellln' It to myself. "Land pnkes, Sir. llarnlckel," until Mandy, "how tight you do stick to yer farm and yer crops and the money ycr puttln' In the bankl Ain't y' tjver coin' to think about gcttln' married and hnrln' some one to leave all yer fortuno to when y diet" Somehow I'd never thought o' that. I'd felt lonesome-llk- c cveuln's now and then, and when I'd had a stroke o' luck I felt kind a like tellln' some un about It. That's the reason why I tolc Mandy how much profit I'd made durln' last season. I says to Mandy when she talked about ray gettln' some un to leave my caniln's to, says I: "I dunno any gal as would have me, and a man csn't marry unless he's got the Average Tobacco the Danville Market Record Average of Co. wait tho turtle iiti'ln lrr piwU More woi run RViit deal nf what There wu railed leakage, lr Hie More that In. a rertaln prooitlon 'f 'l the K'jm) . brought Into It wa taken out. noHIj Py llodkln At which a large legitimate proc"- - 100,000 Pounds Bring Garrard County Responsible for some of the High Prices. W. M. Hendren, of Garrard, average $20.75 G. B. Huffman, of $18.00 average average 17.10 17.50 Garrard, average $19.25 One of tho Junior1 partner, Mr Wat kins, was given carte blanche the leak. I Ono ermine In a pile of uier tl i used for wrapp' n bad I that had been tucked under a I -ter to lu carried out wort" foi..d i. raluiilile Inren. They were of li, it t...ll Mini I mitltf mnt-tili.Tliif.iti . ... vum ter wai attended lj Helen Stiyre. The morning nf.er Ctrl of nineteen. the divorcry lu wn sent for by .'I. Watklns and art used nf timing plmi d the lares where they Were found with a view either' I" hide tlivl.l In arm I detection or to take them away later The girl nttild not explain linw the to be w here laces -- she mid 'a. thejr mere InMcnd of In thv bole where titer Moused. She wa bewildered mtil tmiguc tied. Walking turned Iter orer tn lite xice and piowut ed Iter for theft. Since nit ono I1.11I ' l her take tile good he did nut cxwt to com let Iter; be simply dt ' aired to make an example of her by disgracing her. She was acquitted, but every clerk In the More knew tint tier nrrett wan a bitter punUhniriit and a warning to them. The morning after her acquittal a jming man called at Mr. Watklns' prl n'v rate tittle-- . I John White, of Garrard, R. L. Elkin, of - J.J. & W.D. Walker, Garrard average 19.36 17.75 "What ran I du fur Jou, sir)" atlrd Watkln. "You ran glte me $I0.fO." "What for)" aked the dry goods I Garrard, A. M. 6 Ed Bourne, Garrard, average PEOPLES TOBACCO WAREHOUSE CO. Danville, Incorporated. Kentucky. I. M. ALLEN HEIATT. Assistant Manager. Walnut Street Warehouse. DUNN, President. Mr. JOHN S. VAN WINKLE. Secretary. Peoples Tobacco Warehouse. JESSE W. OVEHSTREET. Ass't like. '"Cause she must be deaf and dumb." With that, Mandy like to split her sides larfin. I didn't like beln' made fun of that and I looked It With that, Mandy looked sorry and Idled up to me and cuddled mo a little, and she says, says she: "Mr. Barnlckel, It wouldn't bo right for me to give a gal awuy like that But I'll tell you what I'll do. She often comes to see me Saturday cveuln's. If you'd care to drop In some Baturday cvcnln'lf she comes In, you'll ee her." "That's fa'r," says I. "I'll come next Saturday. How will I know when a gal conies in she's the gal that was talkln' to you?" "Oh, I'll put you on," says Mandy, and with that she went away, with a park In her eyo and a smile on her Hp. Sho looked so pretty that I klnda wished she and I was keepln" house together and there wasn't any other gal had anything to do with It. Saturday night I put on my store clothes and a boiled fchlrt nnd went round to Mandy's. She seemed glad to seo mo, but sho said the didn't reckon the gal I wanted to see would drop In. She sat by me ou the sofy and tole me that If I had miythlng on my mind I felt like glttin' off I was welcome ti dolt. Fucln' the sofy was an old fuihloued desk or library or suthln with a look-Igluts ou It. Wo could sco ourselves In the glass. I asked Mandy what pan (lie room sho was In when the cat o' aid what sho did to her. Mandy said fcho was slttln' on the sofy, I, "I thort the gal was outside," "If you was slttln' on the sofy you couldn't seo any one outside." Mandy chuckled. One Eye. Keep one eye on this space of the Central Record and you will not regret it. We have told you many times about our good stock of Lumber and Building Material of all kinds, but ytt have not been able to command words to make you appreciate how com plete this is, and you will not become a booster for us until you try us and then you know. We have told you about our complete stock of FIELD SEEDS and many of you have tried these and expressed your satisfaction by sending your neighbors to purchase from us. We have told you of our stock of FURNITURE and BUILDERS HARDWARE and your words of praise have been walking advertisements for us on this line. out-spoken I mail In atnn lenient. "A wedding present for Helen Sayre. limn you have lmbllcly dUgmc!. Vuti may call It a wedding present or an atonement or anything )nu like. Ltit the money mut lie forthcoming The real thief, coinclcnci- - trlcken, hy letter that she Mole hat coiifekcd the goods In iuetlon and, seeing j floorwalker approaching, mixed tlifin up with 01110 caitofT wrapping paper and threw them under Helen Sayre'a counter." "If Mla Say re tin audi a letter m poM that alio will v restored to tloti uud the thief will In-- pronecutoVi Im jieriuUted to e tub "You will not letter. Helen Sayre doea not Intend to to her ltlon. She will b return married to mo this erenlug. I will le pleated to take her the wedding present t liflln lllplitlolit-d"Xoii!cnc, man! If you hare come hern to bluff me you may take yotim-l- f away or I will oll a policeman to eject you." "I lirm f tii.Ln a ilnmnmi ald the young uinii, rising, "and rrntiire the prediction that I ii Jet's tha. one year you will comply with nu inn i tie ienkcr wuiiurtu-- . Six iiicmtlii pasxil, and Mr, Watklnt had forgotten tho Incident when tilt daughter, eighteen yeara old, wa hf it"' , I walking through the alslci of Ilodktix t'o.'a Mure, when tio waa accosted liy a woman, who aald aha would like It ajieak to her In private, ills Wat Ur,, atirprNnl, followed tho woman to a secluded place, whero the latter re llered her of ier reticule, opened It. and remored several boxes contalnm? arllclea of Jewelry, To tho astonished flrl slip aald: "You were In Neilna' Jewelry store tblj afternoon, wero jou not) "I was." "You atolo these articles. I ha- to seo you tako them. I know ln'iu-who you are. You aro tho daughter of n memher of this Arm. IIo would not llko the matter tnado puhllc. If you will go homo you nro wekumo to do ao. Tell your father that ho will receive a Tlslt this evening from one authorized to arrange to keep tlilt matter iulct," Tho woman left tho girl, taking tho rctlctllo and Its contents, and Jll m Watklna hurried to her father' otllcn and, bursting Into team, told ilm "batxVj St We have told you of our FLOUR and the house-wive- s have said many good things about our judgment on GOOD FLOUR. We have talked with you about our stock of mixed and compounded STOCK FOODS many farmers have now larger bank accounts since they have listened to us. and We said we were going to have some useful articles suitable for XMAS GIFTS and are finding good sale with pleased customers. these Listen: If you want to get better acquainted with us, clip this advertisement from your paper and bring it to us within ten days and wc will give you FREE, a useful Household article. Do this now. "i'ou couldn't teo nobody oiilcia y' saw ycrsclf In tho lookln' class yon-der.- Muudy didn't say nothln' to this; sbi looked down nt her knees and smooth "Do y' think tho gul'll drop lu says I. . "I dunno," says Muudy, "Well," I says. "I don't kcer whether she docs or not. I'm mighty well satin-fle- d to bo with you, Mandy. If you say so I won't wait for t'other gal. Any time you want to marry mo and come and tuko kecr o' my houso you kin do It." "Oh, Mr. Barnlckel," she says, "you huvo spoko too late. The other gal's hero.'l "Where is she?" says I. "Look In tho glass." I reckon It wus downright smart o' mo to seo what sho meant. It didn't rile me a hit. Why should It? I'll tell her dress with her hands. m 7', It was 'cause she and the other was one ml the same gal. I wdhder If the hadn't been talkln' to herself In the class. Hervey Paint fc Lick, Woods Kentucky. had occurred. "Oh, papa," alio crletl, "don't con demn mo! Indeed, I nm Innocent." ilr. Watktn called n conveyance and took hla dutighter home. That evening n man culled ou Mr Watklns. Ho rulil Hint he wuu from Nevltm' Jewelry More. A woman had reM)rted that Mio had ywn Mis Wat-klu- 4 tako rertalu uitlclei of Jowclry from Nevlna' counter uud slip them Into her reticule. If the Jewell wero returned tho mutter would ho hushed up. I Hut liotli tho retU'tilo mill Ha ton' tents had paaaed from MUa Watklnr possession. "What aro tho JoweM worth?" asked ' Mr. Wutklns. Tho man handed liltn u uiciuorun dum of the urtlcles, with prices, renting ?10,X). I Watklns saw that either ho must ' pay for tho lost Jewel or hU daughter would ho puhllahcd uud prosecuted as n thief, IIo would linvo hired to ferret out what ho knew to ho u conspiracy, but tho prescnta-tlvo of Novlns' told him that tho matI I ter was without their control nnd un- lefl tllA tirniinrti. ..nt.l fnw llmct'l' who bad accused his daughter of tl)or theft Would nulilluli It at onee. and ' they bad plenty of evidence to send bla daugbter tl tbe penitentiary. V , He paid tha bill. Tho Jowela wero eventually return-tNerlns & Co. In eichutig for r o J 10,000. "v. V The Central Record, Thursday, December 14, BUCKEYE 6. I 1 I (!) DIAMONDS 1 I i I I ) C) 9F VARIETY AND VALUE. i i ! ID (!) l!) hi IjJ 'A (IJ i Caskey Jewelry C) 0 .;. ' M V? ' I HI COMPANY. succi:ssoits TO A. k. IA'ON) 127 West Main. ft Mr and Mrs Willie Kanev, Misses Iva ...... M ('.. nh.l tl- - W tl I'ryor were uuest.s .Sunday at the home (!)' oi pit aim .urs iiiraiu uav. 1i:ikI Inn fif ffnri,tnwii f?tv. I) t.. W delivered 'wo very excellent sermons enjoyable Hlfslr and quite a number present. Mr. Itobert long and sou, Willie P. Mr A. C, Miles was In Nlcholaivllle nnd Mra Line Kay and dauuhter. Mill Friday. Monday, Miss .Mr Oscar IUy hai purchased a new Inez, went to Danville I.lnda lockcr camo home with them Kuril car. from the I), and D. Institute to be witli Mln Jenkins of Newby is visiting her parenta, Mr. and Mrs. Uranson Mrs Nnth tingle. Locker. la Mr Morris Cahcu of Nlcholaavillc Mr. John McCulley dieifat his home visiting relatives hero. near here Moiidayafternoon, December Mr mid Mrs Dewey I'ricn visited Mr. 4th, at two o'clock. He was about 45 and Mra Mat drier recently. yeara of age ond a member ol the llap Mr Nick Sch.ejler was a recent nueat tlst Church at this place. He was first uf lilt sister. Mm Jasper Nop I. married to Misa Lucy K.iv who preceded Mr Otis Itav IIjuIh was at homo from hint to his grave ahout IS years ago. To them were horn lliree children, a . the K. K. a N. f ir the being the only one now First patent lliur In sacks nr barrels, son, Clarence, Hudion, Unfiles & Karnuu, living. His second marriage was to Miss Minnie Noel and to them were Mrs Marian llrown visited her sister, born five children whom are all living Mrs Doolln at llryanlsviile last week. and left to mourn the Josj of devoted Mr Bnd Mm Hubert Carter entertainhusband and father. He also leaves a ed quite a number nt dinner Sunday. fulliur Mr Ji.lili 1!llll.v uml Messrs Mr and Mrs Hoy Sanders and Mrs inothet and Ihreo brothers, McCulley1 Houston Uulley were in Danville Friday. Lewis, Raymond and Willie and a host of relatives noil friends. He Mr and Mrs Robert Carter and chi! was laid to ret In the cemetery here. dren were the iiuests Sunday of Mr and Mrs Ileibcrt Carter. TESTIMONY CONVINCING Mr Frank I'ierce liua returned to his home in after a visit tu his Given By Many Lancaster People. daughter Mra Oscar Kay. Uxperienccs told hy Lancaster pco-- , Misses Minnie I'earl llrown, Willie pie llnj and Mr Holinan Duncan were the Thoie who hive had weak kidneys of Mils llarbara Gulley. ho Who ued I) mh's Kidney Miss Una Schooler returned to her found the remedv elective-- 1 home at Kirksville but week after a Such statements prove merit. visit to her sister, Mrs. Jasper Noel. You might doubt an utter stranger. week-end11 Kt-KUi-stKills-W- 2 IMS SUSGES I K I . Stormes Drug Store. 5 I f- i ti CAHLKAS V Ilexible p:i s BIBLES b 17 We Imve (he Ansco line it t 52. to 525.(10 Simple nnd reliable nnd n joy nil year. mm H'."IBrf -- iA beautiful ly ,OU)(J j, it Icuther Large American and King James version. Zr FLASH LIGHTS. ,( jVJ I THERMOS BOTTLES pic- ST v i...c.... i 1 I 3 Lexington, - Kentucky. Qie'!)'9 K. ico.vsws wi'X'"k& iww 0. o. T J. CVItriS. V,Je K,es, C. MU.LION, I're. (0' :)0i0:(x Here's Lancaster proof. He convinced. Head. Investigate. You'll find why Lancaster folks be- - V? lieve in Doan'e. J. II. Daltnn, farmer. Crab Orchard W ' at the llaptlst church here Saturday St.. Lancaster, ay; "A year or two ago, I hrU trouble with my kidneys. M 'afternoon and Sunday morning. My back ncheil and was sore and lame. The friend of Miss Minnie I'earl , My kidneys were irregular in action. 1 fjl Hiown cave her a Storm I'arty at her Kidney Kills ut II. K. home Thursday evening. It was a very bought Doan'a McKoherts' Drug Store and used them. The barkache left me ond my kidneys were soon put in good order. I have had no return of the trouble." Krice 50c, at all dealers. Don't sim- 0v'(0A0(" ..(0'(s':.(:E), Verify it. jS -- the American Kvcr Ready 75cta to"$3.00. Tlie world stnndnrd for safety and for the Automobile, nic nnd sick chamber. Hot 21 hours cold rs 36 satisfactory service. FOUNTAIN A Bplenlia makd hours. PENS. that don't leak. $G $1.00 up to Write us smooth u; 00 and guaranteed for three years. I velvet. TOILET ARTICLES. -- Ml the leading creations in imK,tied and domestic Toilet Wateid, Extracts, Face Kow- clcr' Creams. Aurea,-- , Uier. h",!', & Canlen, nut, Melha and Colgate. I PARISIAN I IVORY g K DKATIIKHAGK, r. : : : : X-- Doan'a Kidney Kills the same that Co., Mr, Dalton had. Koster-Milbur- n t. Krops., IlulTalo N. Y. '4 -- in Combs, Hrushes, Mirror KutN, KulTers and many small articles, row so intensively used on the toilet table. Wi Madison Tobacco Warehouse COM Iocrportci1 I- PIPES -- we have them from 25 cents to $5.00. In cases and loose. Something always accept- able. - CIGARS packed in 25 and CO to tftr box. imported ard domestic. Men love good cigfrs Iifcf women love pretty llowera. CARTERS VILLE. 0 I I - A IN Y . Telephone"!. V. '0 0 Near L &A Depot. CAPITAL TtJ, $40,000.00 Million, 1 B. K. C. Million. DIHECTOIIS Kd Dr. C. H. Vaught. Curtis. K. Deatherage. J. M. Haden, MarionlCoy, 0 0 0" T. Allen continues very ill. Miss Eva Merryman v! ited home , i V rnllsa ... lual S ft I I, ft I n j. . Mr and Mra J. T. Allen entertained j a number of friends last Sunday. Mr and Mra Henry Green were guests of Mr Clarence Green last Sunday. Mr and Mra Charley Crutcher were gueata of mother, Mrs Kliza Conn. Mr. J. s ft or nl EATON'S ft H I AUD L STATIONERY. CKANES-t- he it I N E 11 in artistic boxes atylish and ex- by those elusive kind-us- ed wll ?csire '''Kh'c'"ss and 30 J I I 0, SOME Kl Ilroaddu 1350 lbs FIRST trJ.70 19.52 liO.Srt WEEKS SALES. aerage 18.20 '0 9 1 ' : : for f XS.W, average WO. IB. average 4715 lbs, Ilroadusitleit llellamy WW lbs. ni.5, average J. J. ArbuckleiiCoy 3770 lbs. 72l.ti2, average WilliamsAKratherZKIi) lbs I03.0K, average UOli.ltS, average Curtis & Kelly 1570Jbs 41112. overage Curtx & Waul 2U70 lbs II. K. Cotton 1575 lbs for $291.78. average $1S.4S 0 ;; '0 . . U Murphey 1535 lbs for 27J.3!i. John Miller 1100 lbs for 209.02, li).13 Warmuth&Sundera H201bj27u.fi7, 1S.0S L. C. Ilowlett lOffl) lb for205.I, 19..r.5 Levi Harvey 3015 ll3 for 5l9.0.'i. Itoop 3090 lbs for G73.10, 20.49 llurkc Total First Week 210t'J') iKjunds averaged $lf..47. average 19.00 average 19.11 average 19.41 uverago IS 00 average 21.79 '0. 0' S al- m . Bring your Tobacco where you will ways get the top price for it. I ;: ' Mrs Addie Gentry anddaughterClara of Wallacctnn were guests of Mrs Susie Henfio last Sunday. Mr and Mrs lilullnnl Jennings were guests of her parents Mr and Mfs J.T. Allen last Saturday. Mis Mattie Green of Lancaster wiu the guest of her brother, Mr. Sam Davis lost Satuiday aud Sunday. Mesdanies S. M. and Ruth Davis and Miss Susie Uavis were guesta of Mr ami Mrs John Davis last Tuesday. Creino Dairy Feed will make your It 13 a balanced cows give more milk. ration uf merit. For sale by Hudson, Hughea & Karnau. "Mrs Susie ftenfro and Miss Lena Allen and Mrs Kutli DavU'and daughter, Susie, were guests of Mr and Mrs C. K, Kacked at cents to 80 cents. CUT CANDY FLOWERS. ft Huylers and Guths comparable art boxes at centt to $1 00. inBO ers. Klaca orders early for cut How Kariy oruera insure uei- ter atock and better service, I 5 IE D E mm h ston- Dry mi Jenningr, last Thursday enenirg. HOW RED CROSS SEAL !0EA CAME INTO BEING .. ; i J fit ' Originating In Norway, Method Wat Taktn Up Hare Nina Y.irs Ago. Over $3,CSO,000 lias been rolscd by . lied Cross Christmas Seals In the last ; '0 eight years, and jet many people who will huy theo hoi day sticker ut thU how . j ninth annual salo do not know '(V) this Idea originated. While Cmsa Seals really date c back to the Civil War when "Charity Incorporated. Stnuips" were Hrst used, the first cam. Q 'q' pnlgn to hell holiday ttlekcrs for the 1 tuberculoma light us only uliio years ago In Deluwarc. Jibs Emily K. UU-,- . sell of Wilmington reail un artlclo by btampa used for jwiJarob 111U tuiH'rculosls work In Norway; and alio conceived tlio Idea of n similar plan here. Single handed, ho launched a salo which resulted lu $:i,0(X) clear money. Ayhcn Ml Illssell tried to IIKUK IS A GOOD KLAt'K TO STOK KOlt LITTLE MONEY. convince tho American Ited Crosi that this Idea should ho made national as a LOUISVILLE HOTEL, LOUISVILLE, KY., Main St., between 6th and 7th. peace ncllvlly of that noclety, hho met Only Hotel in, Louisville Operated on the Amerlcun and European l'luns. The with opposition, but finally persuaded Hath but with Hot and Cold Itunnlng Water. Iloom without tho authorities, nlth the retmlt that on KM KKIUAN' KLAN. single. iM per HaviU- -' people, 2.UU eacn. 75 Uooms nil Investment of n tew htindicd dol(With Meal) lars $103,000 worlli of Heals wus bold 2.D0 iier day; 2 ieople, 2.25 each. ....ringle, 60 Uoonis In UHW and Ihe great imtloual emu ,. .. single, .'1.00 per day; 2 people, 2.50 eadu 60 Front Itooma palen was launched. Since then the Itoom with Krivate Hath: sale has gone forward by leaps nud fcii'gle, 3.00 per day; 2 people, 2.75 each. M ltoom bounds, until now tho Ited Cross Seal inule. 3 60ierday; 2 people, 3.00 cacli. 60 Koim Is an Institution In tho United States, KLAN. Itooma without Hath but with Hot uml Cold Running Water. EUUOKKAN nnd offers to every ono n cluiuco to .' lngle.'fl.OO per day; 2 panple, $0.75 each. 75 Uoo help In tho people's light against the (Without Meals) "Inch". 1.00 per day; 2 people, 1 00 each. 60 Uooms peoplo's dlseiie. Liibt year over tingle, 1.60 per day; 2 people, 1,25 each. 60 Front Room Seals were bold, nnd this year tho Auicrtcuii Ited Cross nud Tho NaRooms with Krivate Hath: tional Association for tho Study and single, l.SOperday; 2 people, 1.25 each. 60 Itooma i Prevention of Tuberculosis, who consingle, 2.00;per day; 2 people, 1.60 each. 60 Hoom duct tho Mile, nro out for n 100,000,X)0 THE OLD INN, Louisville, Ky., Corner Sixth and Main Sts., European Plan Only. anlo or $t,000.ooo for tho Tuberculosis War. Uooms Without Hath, $1.00 and up; Rooms With Krivate Hath, $1.50 and up. Tho policy on which tho salo Is con, DEST EATING KLACE IN TOWN. ducted Is that tho money, except for Walk to the 1 The Louisville Hotel ami the Old Inn are located in the wholesale district and only a tlio deduction of legltlmalo expenses, retail district and theatres. shall remain In tho community where (be Seals aro Louisville Hotel and Old Inn Company, Proprietors. n MADISON TOBACCO WAR! HOUSE COMPANY. Ecomony is the source ol wealth. Practice it yourself and increase your bank account. It is all in knowing what, when and where to buy. We have tinuueslionably the most economical in this town, uml to substantiate this statement to come in, look over our goods, test their we nsk-yltinUty nml price them. Then you will understand why This wc have nnd hold such n lardc volume of trade. week we have some very enticing olTeriniJs in Christmas novelties nnd suitable gifts Tor boys, girls and grown-ups. 0 0 I Itl ' Third Street, L. 8c A. Depot, Richmond, Ky e).)0i:cci,;x:.','coo).r.i &vvJK3X0.)&i&f$M' G. 3E Bf JJLS' W.VfiW M. 3 EE LYONS.. 3E nr Thd Busy Cash Store. Store open until 0 p. m each night next week lEi AiT VXli.' fc.?. fTU ; g CiufiB X3jSiy Esi'--" HONOR ". ROLL BANK. STUDY THESE SUGGESTIONS. ' I'ay jour bills by check, nnd have jour wlfo pay her bills by checH schemes. Never lend an eur to X Follow some eysteai In aaving- - Do not be haphazard nbout It. . 4. Kent a aafe depoait box ror yur vaiuauio papere. 5. Make free use of tho upto data setvlca we oirer. ii Teaeh thd child the value ct money by giving them an allowance. 7. Meet your friends atthls bank for transacting Important buslnea i 1. 3 j ' We Citizens National Bank OK LANCASTKIt. U. KY. three-bloc- F. HUDSON. President. W. O I'.icney, Asa't Cush'r V. F. Joe J. Walxek, Jr., CHAMl', Cashier. J. J. WALKEU. Vice 1'rea.t. TheJCentral Record, Thursday.'.Decc W nr btr 14, 1916. r ft vi ii "w ft 5 i f w daIry lore. Calves Intruded for the dairy X xtioulil lint bo ninilc os fat as ft veals, nnl I hoy should not lo at- They IK lowed to liccomo stunted. X should lie thrifty nnd growing ft nil tlio time. ft Alt window and ventilators In fk tlie dairy barn should le put In ft order now. ft Tlio cows should have n ft chance to go to shelter now ft when they naturally seek It. A fS thorough chilling now will dls. ft qualify a herd for profit during Yi the whole winter. ft The best and most profitable ft cows arc the first to suffer from ft exposure to cold, bocauso they ft are the most highly and sensl Making the Little ft I? ft IS ft Ii ft ft ft ft ft ft ft t fif PUBLIC OF SUE y Farm Pay Br c. c. umvsriiit) Tnils and argun t multiply ,i favor of land tin licndilp and dher , fiim.litg. At the same lime farms n rapidly ndwiiirliig In initio,' and urn t it;nkr smaller ureas of land si r ai not capitalist l.nid, Thoy would i, fn.mln? and ntlnln better result on smaller trn la. Tin llttlo farm n quire i tcs Investment nnd ilrudgrrj t hn ii the large kmc. It afford n morn enjoyable csJ'tcniv and tend (o stlmulnti the Interest of young people In progressive agrlcul llielrpurpiwc farmer vth nijy t 'i liuiili ft ft ft tlrcly organized. ft Efficiency counts as much la ft ft handling a dairy henl os in any ft ft VI business. l f f Mf Mf ft ft ft ft ft ft f ft ! ft ft ft ft ADVANTAGE OF A COW TESTING ASSOCIATION The cow testing association affords the cheapest and most satisfactory method of getting nccuiate records of the productlorr of dairy cows, accord lng to O. E. Heed, professor of.dalry husbandry In the Kansas Stale Agrl cultural college. To establish an association and run It cheaply nnd effectively It 1j ncccs sary to have between 300 nnd 400 cows distributed nmong nl.out tweuly-slherds wlthlu a convenient radius Each member of the association Is .i.ssesscd from $1 to $1.50 a cow. This money Is used to hire one man tf do the testing nnd to defray the tnnmii;' expenses of the association. Each herd Is visited once a mouth by this man, who makes the fat tests and has charge of keeping the milk and feed records. From the monthly record the yearly records are calculated. From tho amount of feed consumed the value thereof and the amount of milk nnd butter fat produced one can pick his profitable cows. The man who does the testing Is nlways one who has had considerable experience In the dairy business, ami much valuable Information and advice can be obtained by the fanners from him. . Tlie principal advantage of the con testing association Is the obtaining of an exact record of each cow in the herd. A conservative estimate lshat about one-thirof the cows In Kansas do not pay for the feed they eat. Cows of this sort are worse than boarders, for they eat up the profits made by the good cows. There Is a great oppor tunity to Increase the net profits of the average herd by spotting the poor. cows and discarding them. Moreover, knowing the record of production of the cowa In a herd enables one to feed them more Intelligently. It Is a common practice to feed all the cows In a herd alike. Under these conditions the poor cow would be fed too much and the good cow too little. The proper way to feed each cow Is In proportion to the amount of milk she produces. When this plan Is adopted It usually results In a greater production of milk on less(fecd. A testing association often leads to community breeding, which means that a part or all of the members decide to handle one breed of cattle. They may In buying or selling breed-tn- g stock or may trade herd sires and thereby reduce expenses. and IMPLEMENTS. LIVE STOCK - r ; Having sold our farm located on the Fall Lick pike, five miles from Lancaster, we will sell at public auction, on the premises, beginning promptly at 10 o'clock a. m., won mx 11 IIM tiik mttlk riiiu Thursday, Dec. 21st. 1916, two-year-ol- d, -- ' To reduce the lre of farms Ml!! make It ruler for piNir men to iUlre (lie liumlwr of ohii land. er must lnrrear. With more nniirr and rruenril 1st lereit our rural pu!nllon "111 to- - ntlc meiited. Ily lncrealng the prmluctlo. of eiitiitii'xlitles (oT sere He Hill ban' ture the following personal property: weight about 1050 lbs;, Eleven yearling steers, 5 3 weanling calves; 2 nice Jersey cows; 1 Jersey heifer; 23 ewes' and 2 bucks, extra good; 1 red berkshire sow and 5 pigs; 3 brood; sows and 9 good shoats, weight about 75 pounds, all extra good; 2 good brood mares, both in foal; 1 extra five year-ol- d sorrel mare' bred to Jack, gentle for women; 1 weanling colt by Bleucher, sub-- J tlt ject to register. e One Studebakerjwagonj'one spring wagon; 1 Kentucky wheat drill; 1 corn planter with! check row attachment, good as new; 2 turninp)ows; 1 fodder sled, almost new; 1 Deerlng mower; 1 Wood' mower, good as new; 2 hayjakes; 2 double shovel plows; 1 Polndexter drag harrow; 1 Brown riding cultl- -' vator; set of wagonharness;"plow gear; collars; pads and other things too numerous to mention. Some nouseholdand'kitchen furniture. About 151 shocks of fodder, 16 hills; 145 shocks,' 18 hills; about 150 barrels of good corn in crib and 4 stacks of good hay. Terms reasonable and made known on day of sale. two-hors- liratler etports and the pnlerlly o the rmtl'ii will te riihanrol. TIM- -. ciiuldrratlons nre Horthy of our at tent Ion and highest Intelligence. The llllle farm proposition Is apKsl. Ingly strong both to the man In the country and the realdrnt of the lt It l. In fact, the ho of the Amrrltaii fanner aud of thu butlneaa world today. Through this modem system tho rural fatull) la to ririv murli of Its drudgery aud tho rlly family It to obtain rtmiinodliles at loner prlrrs. Ily the new method of Intrnshe and terslfie agrlcultun country life Is to become easier and mom attractive txrili to the jbung and to the old. Illg farms'are all right for those who am equlpiet to handle them pnlerly, they are uot denlrable for pevtU; who hale not capital enough to of help and orgaulio In a busl iiessllke n ay to secure good rraults. man with a small farm not only The start with a ! eiroalve ejalpment, but he H lnplrl l get anlwtantlal re sults from his few acre, lie Is quite sure to study nut the more prufltshu method of aianaglng Uixt. The fol lowing table, based oil present price, shows what a vat difference there l In the acreage value of rroi ou which the labor and rash outlay am much the ill-- , y same: Wheat FVM Onion THE LITTLE BROWN COW. ulatiea ir arr coin - Q roe. Net 10 KO IS U IM S ISO , Animal That Provtd the Valua of Ttit. lng For Production. There Is on old saying, that "you cannot tell by the looks of a frog how far ho can Jump." It may bo said, too, that you cannot tell by the looks of a cow how much milk she can give, says Hoard's Dairyman. Tho Ilabcock test .and the scale are correcting the Judg . ments of men pertaining to tho abilities of their cows, und several sands of cows tested and found want-- ' lng nro tent to tlio shambles each year In Wisconsin Inst year over 3,000 cowa .vent this course. A member of a cow testing nssocla tlon In Wisconsin cited this fact: "Ono llttlo brown cow I offered to sell to u customer for jf.V), but he would not pay It, snjlng It was too much. I nUo had one nice lurking black nnd vthlto cow. Ho offered mo $70 for this one, hut I would not sell bcr ut $75." Hut weighing nnd testing each cow's milk brought something to light ni follows: i The llttlo brown cow produced 0.3S3 pounds of milk testing 5.2 tier cent of butler fut. Totul production of fat, 833 rounds; profit, $18.01. The black and white cow produced 4,3(Ji; pounds of milk testing 3.4 per cent of butter fat Total fat, 110.0 pounds; profit, 38 cents. "Tho nleo black and white cow Is now for salo at $50, and the little brown cow does not leave the bam for less Until ?100. This one Instance will pay tbo cow testing dues for three Cueumlre Blruwlwrrh- W 30 5UU Cherrlea 'l Su IM BURGOO FOR EVERYBODY. Aple Zti TUi.olhy Cliner Alfalfa i O M W CAPT. A. M. BOURNE, JERRY WANTSA LUNG. Purchase of Rtd Cross Ssata Will Htlp to supply rseea. y WjV.nteh: A good lung, 'juis was me i memo or n letter in rnyme receivcu me other day by tho Bt. Louis Society for tho Itellcf and Prevention of Tubcrcu. Jerry O'Connor. losls from Xpupll at tho open air school formerly conducted by that society. Ills poem. Inspired by tho Itod Cross Christmas Heal Lawson & Son Auctioneer. 0. BIGNEY Funeral Lancaster, Director and 18. Embalmer. Kentucky. Sale, follows; "Now, If there's a present coin' round. There's Just one thins for me, Ask Bunteo fur one new lung. e'a A right T, 11. ' years." "T, II. Is what skinny folks haa I Thero aro Innumerable lnstancea of : It kills us poor, weak boys. prayers remember me. this kind, but they remain In darkness ' Po, In your a Ihousan' toys. I I wish you light Is not turned on. bocauso tbe "A Merry Christmas to you all. A son I've often suiiK Cows on Pasture. Hut U'jn't furjet ills skinny klJ. I A grain and mill feed ration given j And pay for hi new lunu." 1a conjunction with grazing quteti tba i There are thousand' of Jerrys all cowa at milking time, causes them to , over tho I'lilted Klatei whu want "new I come up regularly to bo milked, In- inilg mill II Cll line Ii wive lueir uiu crease! end enriches tbe milk flow, fur- onea. Thoakof lied Cross Heals helps nishes a tnaauro that Is high in f ent- to provide open air school, sanatorium, itling elements and economizes In the and homo euro for u Ii l.oys us .terry mount of pasturage consumed. Ollke Phone Resilience j'hone 33. Hand Us That $1 i With the onlluary family no help Is neoileil on a Utile farm except where there Is a eonilderable crop of fruit or vegetable, for which there Is u ready cash rrtnin milk lent to meet the of operation. The owner of forty acrv who 10t lamlw for market fifty and Hhcep, ehh keus, the output of 11 dairy of ten cow and n variety of legcliililos wlil tlouhlo discount Iheet-rliiHlt- o grain ruUer or dairy malinger. Insti-iiof linking tits ear' time and hi whole liiveklmeiit on one piwluct. be illrlde hi iWi Into eight or leu par In. Therefore If lit s grain Ih a failDaily Thought ure he inn stand the los beviiiew be Kpotlessuess may do for cngels has various other Intercut to Nil back unto life Im the Ugliest that 3ii. if bo ha liml In k with Ids ' belongs to men. V. V, ItoLcrtson. and chicken or the dairy ho still Jum an ussiiie.l Income from many other Worth While Quotation. louiT-es."Pleusuro comes through toll ui:d not by selMnduIgenco und Indolence. To Keep Harness In Good Condition. When ono gets In love uork, his Mfo Is To keep hai'iuv-- In tho lMt powllni' a happy one.' Ituskln. Minlltlcni apply oil freipienlly, hiUIsim a. W, McCiimiiliell, ussoclulo profesH.ir of animal husbandry In the luna Retribution Sure. Those folks ulm llko to gossip nre Btato Agrieiiltuial college, "Oil pioteil the harness from wuter sure iiIko to be nmdf the, subject of gosMp. Wheii a fellow He ulwut oili- md nil kind of weuther and makes It er lie' kuro to liut tho truth fold more pliable," said Dr. McCuinphell. "Tho farmer put oil on harness for IlltOUt llltllM'If. the same reason I hat ho puts It on III boots. It toften tho leather, muklin: It wear longer; prevents waler from Canvas Tubing. Slore or les Inconvenience always rotting It and keeps tho leather from has iiccnmpnuled the use of thu tin letting hard and cracking." duct, In supplying ventllutlon to mtnen und nther ui'derground workers. Raduclng th. Apple Trst Dorsrs. fif the! fuel, a manufacturer of Tho round headed apple tree borer ennvus bugs liux xet ubout making can-M- i may bo grrutly reilured In number by tidilug, wlilcli Is mevllug with destroying the common service tree finnr uhcie It litiH been tesleil. The wiieu in proximity to orcuarui. II i ennvns tube I easily mended when been rouud Uiat tho lre is a fnvorlii! punctured, uiil Is u!m easily moved. food plant of the Insect. a U ro Iht. 1 The Central Record, Thursday, December 14, 91 6. 1 1 The most Sensational Bargain Event ever presented to the buying public of Danville, Ky., and vicinity. A sale that will set the whole city into a buying fever heat. Come Early. Business Suspended Until 9 a. m. Saturday, December 16th., 16 Entire stock now in the hands of the Southern Sales Co., of Memphis, Tenn. Wholesale brokers and selling agents. E. O. Meimer, in charge. These bargain prices are different than what is usually handed to you during sales. Prepare yourself come here hunting bargains. You'll bring home big game worth money to you. Hnndreds of People are Daily Expected. ARE YOU COMING? assortment of Ladles' Boudoir Caps, magnificent colors, Silk Crcpc do Chene and Satin, trimmed iJvJC with Lace. Special opening: price A large JA Men's guaranteed All Linen Handkerchiefs, six in a beautiful box, our price only QO OC FLANNEL SHIRTS, $1.50 MEN'S CAPS from 25c up Fur-line- d, val- - j Ladies' Neckwear, very beautiful and absolutely the latest styles. It will be worth your HVL VXJK, whllo to look them over Ofi CtJ CA. tJt, Ladies' Pockctbooks A nic lint, with nice little mirrors and accessories, only ....... and Silk lined, SilSame in guaranteed .. ver 1Kk . A large variety of Handkerchiefs in benuti- 1 fnl Imixps. three to six in n box. per box ! 50c 98c f C UP A large assortment of Men's Tics, Suspenders, Socks in fact everything at specially reduced prices. MEN'S SUITS The famous Classic Brand, tailormade, guaranteed perfect fit, latest styles, $20.00 QQ value at P1 MEN'S OVERCOATS values, for Tailormade, $15.00 ear flays, 19&$1 25 oaDC f- (1Q .70 latest patterns, CHILDREN'S LADIES' ARCTIC SETS, HOODS AND SCARFS, $1.50 value for ... TOBOGGANS Beautiful colors QQ iOC OC ZDC ,pr $9.98 J)O.UU f- RAINCOATS The kind ?8.00 vulues for that don't leak, - (( for MEN'S WORK SHOES at, a pair, LADIES' our price HIGH-TO- P I We still sell them do fcO Give your little boy a Cash Register with three beautiful Handkerchiefs, only . Or make him happy with a nico little Trunk with key and lock and also three Handkerchiefs in the Trunk, only Learn the little ones how to save money. Give them a Safe with combination lock, with threo beautiful ... . Handkerchiefs thrown in, all for three and Ladies' Handkerchiefs, A large assortment of six to a box. with embroidered points, absolutely the best quality, for 25. Ofi MEN'S PANTS Heavy Kersey Goods, fast, colors, from $1.75 and up ... D $1.75 ARr SHOES Cravenette Tops, high or In Patent Leather and Kid low heel, $3.50 value OS AOC UNDERWEAR MEN'S FLEECE-LINESanitary Fleece lined Shirts and Drawers, worth at present market price 65c, only MEN'S FINE RIBBED SHIRTS AND ERS, a piece UNION SUITS DRAW. Ck Pa0 f .VC ZOC A large assortment of Men's Neckwear, some smart pat. terns and designs, 23c, 35c and 50c wt 45c MEN'S HEAVY COTTON HALF HOSE for MEN'S HEAVY for ALL-WOO- iJJV. nt $1.19 L SOCKS Main Street Opposite Court House PAINT LICK The Fair Store E. F. Hedrick and aon. their a lock' of cept Miss Lula, who is at the Business goods and reaidence, at the aame time College in Bowling Green. selling them hit farm formerly known Miss Minnie Hurt and Mr Ed Hulett as the Ilamaey place. surprised their friends by being united Kev. Hamilton of Ilerea. who so ably in marriage on Nov. 25th. Miss Minnie A. GROBAN, Prop. Danville, Ky. r Louisville and iipent Thanksgiving with hit mother. Mra J. Wade Walker. Delayed. Mr. Less Eads of Cincinnati viiited Hammons of Jackson is the hli aunti, Mn K. O. Karris at Silver Mju Creek and Vra J. D. Burchell recently. g!!it of Mln Maurine Mcl.in. pent the Mias Jeanelte Kldridge who haa been Mr and Mn Laban Kirk victim of acorlet fever ia entirely reput week shopping in Cincinnati. MrsThos, Katiton waa host at a covered to the delight of her many umptioui family dining on Thanksgiv- frienda. ing. Miaaea Madine and Geneva Murphy Mra Wood Walker returned Saturday of near Richmond were gueats of their from a two weeks viait in Mt Carmel, cousin. Mias Emma Uurchell, Thanka giving. Illlnoii. ,Pr. Frank Walker motored up from Mr. H. II Ledford haa purchased of at the Method'st church during the aeries of services just closed will address the people of Taint Lick on the temperance question on Dec 15. Mrs. E. C. McWhorter was host at an elaborate dinner on Thursday, the occasion being Mr. McWhorter's birth day as well sj 'thanksgiving. Every member of the family being present ex filled the pulpit Mrs Will Hurt and is a young woman possessed of both face and character. Mr Hulett is one of ourenergetic young farmers and a host of good wishes go with them into their new life, a few friends very informally Tuesday evening. It was the first meeting of the Fortnightly Club which was recent ly organized. During the evening a salad course and coffee were served. Dickerson and Kennedy have sold their stock of merchandise to Mr. A.T. Scott. Mr. Kennedy will still have charge of the Undertaking Department. His many friends are delighted that he will remain In our village for another year. Possessor, to be given Mar. 1st. Not Quite Perfect. Id this neighborhood there Is one little boy who seems so well brought up and altogether so desirable u child that for a time we felt sure the neighbor women wouldn't be able to think of anything to say, but now- - we understand from a reliable source that It's a perfect shame that his parents are Jeopardizing bis whole future by not huvlng his teeth straightened. Ohio State Journal. BRYANTSVILLE Delayed. Mr. Solomon Chllders is in quite a serious condition at this writing. Miss Bessie Caldwell spent several days in Lexington last week. Mr. Mack Hendren has purchased a handsome new Buick touring car. Misses Cecil and Nazzie Bowling vis- DIRECTORS: C. O. Graves. OFFICERS: C. DIRECTORS: F. . M. McKcc, 0. GRAVES, Pres. Sec-Trea- s. A. 11. Hamilton P. Dealt v. JOHN L. DAVIS, Mgr. C. W. BEAN, J. J. Embry Allen: U. Fields. J. M. Wiglesworth. Thos. P. Prnther. Public Sale OF Andrew Bowman, Geo. Montgomery, W. II. Piper. Graham Taylor. E. B. Rny. of Garrard. Wether. Albert Ruh. J. J. Richardson. The Farmers Home Lexington, Kentucky. To-bacG- O ited relatives at Richmond last week. Mr W. K. Vaughn has sold his residence here to Mr. John Noe. Possession given first of January. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Williams and children were guests of relatives in Fom- rset for Thanksgiving. Mesdames C. M. Dean, II. w. Afee and J. A. Trumbo were in ington Saturday, shopping. Mias Jane Bowling of M. F. C, Mil- lersburg, spent the holidays with her parents, Mr and Mrs U. A. Bowling. The little daughter who recently ar rived at the hsme of Mr and Mrs Cha. Henninger, has been named Gladys Furniture ter, Ky., on & Household Goods I will sell at public auction on the public square in Lancas- Warehouse. Located on Virginia Avenue and Q. & C. RY., Bridge, Between South Broadway and South Limestone. Saturday, December 16, '16 At 2 O'clock, P. M. 1 Pearl. Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Kennedy and Miss rlossle Mao button wero guests The House To Sell With. Because this House is Owned and Controlled Principally by Farmers, and the only house in Lexington run on the Plan, that is after deducting the running expenses and paying Six Per Cent, to our Stockholders, the Proft its are Divided Between our Customers. Ask some of your Neighbors who sold with us last season. Bring us a load and be convinced. We have a good stable with box stalls on the ground floor and every attention will be given you and your teams. For any information Telephone 3331, at our expense. atLan-'tn- e of Mr.andMraEbbDickeraon caster, Sunday. . , -. Mr. Clay Coulter who is at Martins- Title Ind, for his health is reported to une complete set or r urnlture; one set of Chairs: one antique be improving and expects to return! home next week. Bookcase and secretary combined; one dinning room table; two kitchen Dr. and Mrs. It. C. Itose, Mr. and tables, two rockers, one China Closet; one No. 8 Cooking Stove, almost Mrs. Hogan Iiallard attended the Shrin-er- s as good as new; one 12 Tailor Sewing Machine; a lot of books, inDanquet at the Phoenix Hotel on cluding set of Thackery; set of Duma's; Chambers Encyclopedia in 9 Thursday evening. volumns; 3 volumns Encyclopedia Dritannlcu. leather bound, cost $G. a Mrs W. J. Hogan. Mrs. Eliza II. Iial lard, Miss Mayme Iiallard, Mr. and Mra volumn; complete works of Cooper In several volumns; works of EdJ. Hogan Iiallard spent Thanksgiving ward Bulwer Lytton, Webster Unabridged Dictionary; works of William In Lexington the guests of Mr and Mrs Shakspear in one volumn; one American Business Guide and other W. T. Woolfolk. too numerous to mention. TERMS CASH. Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Poor and rhildren of Wilmore, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Dickerson and daughter, Katie Uarnes, of Lancaster, were guesti of Mr Logan iOllOWing HOUSehOld and KltCiien lUmitUrei I son and Miss Eliza Ison Sunday. W. C. DAVIS, Miss Mayrae Lee Ballard entertained Capt W. T. King, Auct LANCASTER, KY. The Central Record, Thursday, December 14. 1916. The Central Record DAUGHTER'S INCORPORATED. ISSUED W'EKKLY. $1.00 A YEAR. ROBINSON. Editor. R. L. KLKIN. Local Editor ond Mtfr. tZ J. 'nterrdst IhaTnit DOIcc In Second ClM Mull Mstlcr. l.nrulr, Ky., Kentucky Wrss Association sntf Eighth District Publishers League. Lancaster, Ky., December 14, 1916 Rates For Political Announcements For Precinct and Citv Offices ...$ 5.00 10.00 "or County Offices tor State and District Offices.... 15.00 10 tfor Calls, per line 10 For Cards, per line For all publications in the interest of individuals or expression of individual views, per line 10 Obituaries, per line 05 We are authorized to announce Miss Jennie Higglns a candidate for County of Garrard School Superintendent County, subject to the action of the Democratic primary AuRUtt 1917, We are authorized to ennounce J. O, Bogie, as a "andidato for- - the " Detnoc.' Court ratic nomination for County Clerk, primary to be held August 191" We are authorized Jeptha Onstott a candidate for the democratic noiiilnationfor County Court Clerk, subject to the action of the pri to announce marwAupist 1917. We are authorized to announce E. 11. It ay as a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Assessor of Garrard county, rubject to the action of the Primary, August. 1917. FOR SALE. Kimball piano, mahogany case, ex cellent tone and is as good as new, For information call this office. The famous Paint I.lck case, which The Bed Cross beeun In the Circuit court last Thurs Christmas Seals day is still unsettled ns we go to press, are for use. the jury having been out rince eleven They not unlv o'clock estcrdnv morning. make a package The cause of the action results from or letter look the flood dm inn the year 1913 when the festive with the Mother of Mrs. John Lows Says waters of Paint I.irk creek nverflnwrd gay Santa Clnus of Paint I.irk and one of the the citv and the seasonabh greetings but Sha Is Sura of It, , plaintiff. George Conn, Is bringing wherever and whenever a BED suit against the I,, and N. railroad, SEAL Is seen CUOSS C1IBISTMAS diamine that the hutment of the one knows there is intercut taken in bridge caused the water to turn from NOW WEARS "TANLAGSMILE" its being made against the nstural channel and do considerable and a fight damage to the property of Conn. It is dreadtd disrnsr of tnberculoris, It helps said that the jury stands 8 to 4 with Is a small amount of money that a l.ng way, so put seals on all your tht Had Lost All Int.r.tt In Lit. little pro.pect of a verdict. letters from now until after Christmas and Would Havt Gladly Welcomed and New Year, showing that you lc Dssth", Dsclares Mrs. S. C. Durnstt. READYiFOR PEACE. lievo in the winning fight. "I Regard My Daughter's Dccovsry as Most Wondtrfut and Miraculous." JiTlie Teutonic JAllies declare them- '"There Is absolutely no doubt In my Sflve ready to discuss peace. AIo mind that Tanlac raved wy daughter's they are reHdy to loontiniie the war HUNTERS TAKE NOTICE. if the Entente Allies do not find the life." This statement by Mrs. S. C. Burnett, time propitious for such n discussion. This Agreement Witnessethj That M3S Clay street, Cincinnati, mother of The readiness of the Central Powers same address, tells has been made in identical notes to in order to protect the game on our Mrs. John Lon-p- , why the "Tanlac Srallo" brightens the the United States, Spain and Switzer- lands for n period of three years we face of everybody In that household. land, who are nsked to make known bind ourselves not to hunt thereon, nor "I regard my dauphtcr'g recovery ns . the contents of the notes to the na- permit anybody else to do so, and we the most wonderful relief lour Tanlnc tions at war with the Teutonic Allies, further agree to prosecute with dili medicine Ims ever neutered," said Mrs. Notes also have been transmitted to gence all persons who violate the game Ilurnrtt. "I myself her own mother -- had given up hope. My daughter had the Vatrcan and the active interest of) laws of Kentucky or trespass upon Jiur the Pope is solicited in the pence otter. lands for the purose of hunting. And Deputy While no conditions for peace vere we further agree to net ns mentioned in the notes, it was asserted j Game Wardens for the purpose of car that thelpropo'itiotn to be made I'Vi rying out till" agreement. Except each Tuikcyi of us have the right to kill rabbits tn Germany, and Bulgaria would have for their ob- our .'arms or permit it to be done by ject a guarantee of the existence ofi another under our supervision, or the and the honor ard the liberty of evolution! supervision of some resjwnsible for those nations and would prmr "an reliable person selec'ed by us. appreciate basis for the establishment! This November 15th, 1915. of a lasting peace," Chancellor Von. IU I.. Elkin, J. E. Bobinson, Bethmann-llollwe- g in communicating W. H. Brown. fteiclistag IhJ fact of the dis Jno M. Farra, to the W. B. Burton. Alex Walker, patch of the notes, said the step Haselden Bros., T. A. Elkin. was taken on the ground of liu-F. M. Tinder. J. II. Dalton. The Teutonic Allies, he. John II. Smith. manitv. Uigan Hubble, 'said, could not be conqui-ni- l and they .1. G. M. Deshon. N. Boss, awaited the anKWrr of tli- - Entente: Fiiher Herring, II. B. Cox. of nurd which Hughes Bros, Vith that seriou.i es J. W. Sweeney, is guarartrtd In Us bv ur exterior ai d W. M. Mahan. Withers Bros, interior rtreiigth aed b our clear run- -' William, Marcus and Jim White. science." B. F. Wilmnt. J. I), Pope. Mrs. David Chenault, Fred J. Conn, LIFE LOOKS LIKE HUNG JURY. BUY RED CROSS SEALS. SAVED BYTANLAG is a ft " Acil No- w- is compfletie AI 7 I Austrn-Hungar- I For a short time we arc offering each customer ordering a Suit or Overcoat, from the KALI. AND WINTER LINE OF GftoGILaBE; .n 1 FANCY VEST OR A PAIR OF TROUSERS, Every garment "Ni:i;ui.r.-Moi.Di:to your measure, thus making your satisfaction sure. Step in and let us take your measure, of Cincinnati, & TAILORING CO. u" FREE. to-da- y. Logan Anderson Brus. XMAS PRESENT. Get vour Xmas present glasses thru the Byrne Optical Service at the her. garlan Hotel, December 18th to 23rd. CHRISTMAS TREE. There will be a Christmas tree at the Fairview Christian church, Saturday Everybody evening, December 23rd. cordially invited and asked to partici pate in making it a success. OLD LANCASTER BOY. Hon. A. T. Anderson received a long from his old friend, Arthur Brown, many years ago a resident of this city, but for the past thirty jears has been living in the west, his present Mr. home now being Fresno, Cal. Brown writes an interesting letter and asks about many of his 'old friends, among them "Teat" Bailey, Wm. Graham and Joe Sandifer. He savs that his health now is feeble, but that he is ready to pass over the Great Divide, since the election of Woodrow Wilson, whom he seems to champion with all the ardor of his soul. Mr. Brown is an uncle of postmaster Brown of thiscity. letter FOR SALE AND Propcr'y Listed la This RENT Column. C510 Flour, Best, Buy our guaranteed first patent flour ill Agtny. The Thomas Heal Estate and bake your own bread. Money back Hi D. A, Thomas, Mgr. If It does not please you. , Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. Lancaster, Ky. Office llecord Bldg. No. 5. Is a suburban tract of 138 acres situated on main pike with building site, for dwelling right at the city limits city water and lights installed, most of this farm in grass. This farm will produce the variety of crops usual This to the best lands in this county. tract has one large splendidly constructed stock barn, one 8 acre newly conFarm well structed tobacco barir. This tract has fenced and watered. KENT Ccttagi'S on it, always rented, that produce a rental equal to the average income on a $5000 investment. Price $20,700. $5,700 cash and balance in equal pajments due. In 2, 3 and 4 years. Buy this tor a home and live convenient and accessible to the advantages of cue of the best small cities unywhrrc. No. C. I a tract of 70 acres; has all the improvements of tract No. 5 and is priced at $12,250 and is' worth the money. Terms $1250 cash and balance In equal payments maturing in 2, 3 ind 4 tears. No. 7. For Kent. For 1917 six room cottage on Danville street in city limits Better uee has four acres of land. ' . us miw about this one, one of the most attractive, No. 8. Is substantial, and convenient suburban homes in the city a two story dwelling of ten rooms. Including halU and pantries, all requirements in out buildings, lights and water: has several acres We will suitable for bjilding lots. trade this handsome city dwelling and acrage in oil a good farm. If you wish to retire from the farm you should know about this one. W. B. Cook, J, tV. Elmore. BOOKKEEPING T. C. Bankin, Huffman Bros, Huslatss.PhanoariDhv Wm. G. Anderson. TYPEWRITING and Sam Cotton, W. B. Moss TELEGRAPHY T. M. Arnold, Jr. lost all Interest In life and would have Jno. M. White, WILIDRR.S MITH BUSINESS COLLEGE B. K. Henry. gladly welcomed death. falUMfta llnllf. Bright Herring. Itt PrnMt h" Frftf iprinc In mrirntl! A. D. Bradlhaw, Hsr Condition Pitiabls. U. I.. Barker. Scott Huffman om- -i ttr wfrv Kntr "She was Just pitiable! Yet before , Tonne i"n UinM WILHCK R. MH1TII, lcilnxlon, Kj Wm. and Lizzie Onstott. die had taken half a bottle of Tanlac dio was a different woman. "My daughter's case Is almost unUp to a year ago she was believable. a strong, healthy woman. Suddenly blio began to all. Her digestive system went back on her completely. She could not digest what little sho forced The Ultimate ;Car. herself to cat. After every meal she at the was tortured with gns, pain and distress. She had to physic constantly Knight Motor Car. with salts, oil and pills. Hot." eight dropped from 140 to 110 pounds. Four Cylinder Walked Floor For Hours. Home Made Candy, rumbling of a wngou or slam"The ming of a door would make iny daughter tremble. At night sho would lie Big stock of Apples, Bananas, Eight Cylinder awake or walk the floor for hours. Oranges, Cakes, Crackers, g Then fche would have Bread, Pencils, Tablets, Etc. spasms of weakness. AVe tried nil sorts of medicines to no effect. Final Your patronage is cordially If interested, write or phone ly wo heard of Tanlac from neighbors. solicited. Phone 212. My daughter took It. Ed. C. "Her complete recovery to perfect WILMOBE, KY, health waa marvelous, simply marvel ous. First. Mio roll like eating. Tlien her strength eatnc back and her bow els became resulnr. Now she has n splendid nppetltc. sleeps the whole night through and has gained weight so that her clothes have had to bo let nt. I repeat: ISPECIAL REDUCED FARES "Thero Is absolutely no doubt In my luUid that Tanlac saicd my daughter's To In South and Southwest life." MRS. JOHN LOWE, of Cincinnati, Who Says She Own Her Lift to Tanlac. We are also showing a beautiful and assorted Line of Holiday Goods for men aud boys. Every cour.isy possible will be extended to those who visit our stose. 'llllsl Stearns. America's first Bargains Our Specialty. XMAS Candy Kitchen. Pure,Fresh,Delicious $1450. $2150. THE BYENE Opticial Service. Now In Its Eighteenth Year TEN YEARS IN LOCAL TERRITORY. Benckendorf CoyS. Sanders CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS Principal Points the TICKETS ON SALE DECEMBER 20. 21. 22, 23, 24, 25. Tanlac is being introduced in Lan Good Returning to reach original caster at It. E. Mcltoberts. Tanlac may be obtalred in the nearby starting point prior to midnight, cities. Paint Lick. J. N. Metcalf; January 10th, 1917. Becker & Ballard; Little Hickman, Collier and Bruner; Keren, For particulars mid complete infonnntl'ni E. Welch; Standard, Penny's Drug Store; Junction City, Reynolds and cull on nearest ticket agent, or write, Evans; Richmond. H. L. Perry & Son; H. C. KING, Passenger Ticket Agent, Lexington, Ky Crab Orchard, l.yne Bros ; Burgin, G. T. Schoolfleld; Danville. John S. Wells, Lancaster. R. E. McRoberts, and W. C West, Silver Creek. (Adv) Has won the npproviil of n lurUe cent or the ilicrimi-nntinof (inrrnnl ami adjoining counties. "Glnss-wcnror- ir 6 "Kryptok," "Shuron," "Fits-U- " and all the latest dlvices in lenses, made to order. - 11 THE CHEAPEST AND BEST FOOD. I I I I I (!) attention. 339 The rush has already started and later on it will be impossible to give that gift the personal thought and attention it should receive. , Why not see our large stock now, while there Is still time to make selections leisurely. Our stock Is most complete consist ing of the best and Newest in Jewelry. I At The Kengarlan Hotel, Our high grade Hour is the cheapest !) food you can buy. The United States Department of Agriculture In Bulletin 142 says; The actual food value in units of energy in different urtjclei of (!) food, same amount, is as followj, I li! Ill I I DECEMBER 18th to 23rd. el. J. BYRNE, Exclusive - Opticial. Units of energy. Eggs Beef sirloin Milk , . Pork Cheese Butter Potatoes Beans, dried 3S5 410. 1030. 1035. 1185. 13C5. 21)50. HIM. I Victor Bogaert 133-13- v Go. !. W. MAIN ST. I Jacob SchulzCompany I I Fine Cut Flowers For All Occasions. Inrnriinrntml Established 1883. LEXINGTON, KY. n Phones 339-- F 13- -or 83. All Orders Recede Prompt, Attention Wm. F. Miller, Agt. Lancaster. Tho Central Record, Thursday, December 14, 1916. rt'c nrc sliowlntl the Inrjjcst nml nncit nssorttncnt (o I.ntlies. of Ilolidny j floods pnrticul.irly def Irnl.le for filfts ever shown litre. JQ AL ZZZClJ 71 J. S J. You nre most conlinlly Invited to cnll nnd look over our magnin- - cent line of Christmns fioods whether you come to buy or not. ' The Great Annual Eiddle "What .T Get Her" IS EASILY SOLVED AT OUR STORE. j We have spent days preparing, selecting, buying and getting ready to present to you the great stock of THINGS THAT WOMEN LIKE BEST and now that everything Is ready, It Is with a feeling of pardonable pride that we ask you to come and see the result or all this effort we have put forth to present a line of Holiday Goods for ladles that will excel In extenslveness and distinctiveness any that has ever been shown In this city. House Dresses $1. to $2. ' $1.00 tO $8.50 Blankets Rugs $15.00 to $37.50 ' SUITS. benefit "V0"1 this by you ha? 'beiter to l ,!he Christmas gifts for your lady, relatives and Handkerchiefs 5c to 50c. Neck Scarfs 75c to $1.30. ' Neckwear 23c to $1.50. FINE $15.00 to $27.50. "1 COATS $9.50 to $27.50 GIVE USEFUL PRESENTS Y THEY ARE MOST SHOES. 3 HIGHI APPRECIATED will not source of thought- to have $3.50 to $7.50 SKIRTS. 8 to $10.00 Travling Bags Qnif OU1L $5. to $15. $7 Sfl CaZfZ $1 iLU q.JU TTmVrpll'io qi. fn vp.JU- UITlUlClldb $1 LU $70 The things you get hire for Christmas gifts 0,,ly "c inost a"ccPtnl,le 0,1 Christniiw day. but a use and pleasure for many montlis to come. Your fulness in getting her something she would have any way is sure to be especially appreciated. Fine Furs $5. to $35. LU C9 Wnciprw y 9Rr Hfi C1 Jl. (rTct VJlOVeS flO TO $4. The Joseph Mercantile Company. Quality Store. J. R. Mount & Co., Solicits Your Trade full line of Hardwate, States, Saddles, Harness, Implement, Ktc. We carry We propose to noil you tho best goods made nt.tl at a very snail profit. my i' ir In.tnnce why pav t"1.no or $70.00 for a Malable Kant:' when we 'il We have Ranges from I'.D.Oi to tW.W, proortlon. We handle the Cook anil Heating Stoves in The Style Store for Women. mmsaiuaai nmmmm The One-Pri- ce Store. v Sail You as Good a Malable Range for $50. snme " John Deer Wagons and Farming Implements Oliver and Syracuse Plows. The very bent line of Stove anil Implements on the market. Just re The Host Woven Wire Fence Made. ceived a car load of American Fence. Cive us a call and part of your trade. J. R. MOUNT & CO. mi 1 Our Holiday Goods ' are now opened and we shall be (lad to have you see them. THE LINE IS COMPLETE In AWAru Hnnnrlmptif f iWcRoberts Drug Store v t r IF YOU HAVEN'T A GASOLINE ENGINE SEE US AT ONCE work too hard on your farm if you haven't an engine. can niuko tuoro money, with miicli less labor, try using an 1 11 C oil and gas endue. Think what it means to you and your farilv to luvo Ilia cream ceparator, churn, ; mill, thresher, woodsaw, griiid-tton- c, iminp, feed grinder. fni washing uucti no, and many other machines, run by an YOU 4 IHC OIL AND GAS ENGINE Think how much more pleasant, how much more attractivo your farm and homo will becomo when, tho 1 11 C cugiuo docs to much of the hard work. 1 II C gasoline engines aro reliable, durablo and run smooth, ly, year in and year out. Wo have whatever stylo and sizo engine, you want in the. I IhC Hue, wlricli includes: Vertical power, horizontal 1 to ty)e-- ;, J, 4, 0,35, and 1 to power; Krtahlo xwer; mounted on Bkida 1 to power; sawing, pump, power; traction 13 to iug, spraying, hoisting, mid grinding outfits, etc. Built to operate oa gas, gasoline, kerosene, distillate, or alcohol. Coiuo in and get u copy of our new catalogue. 'Y" "PHONE 27. RRCKRR C& BRYANTSVILLE. Ky. BALLARD. -LOST- - In Lancaster. Saturday night Dec 9th., a brown mare 15$ hands I YOITU FIND IT IN THIS C0LU31X. f J high, scar on insuta of right hind leg, ' Mr. Will Cook lias returneil from and one ot, inside of right front lejr, stay of several weeks at Dublin (In. Liberal rewnrd if rebelow knee. i Fresh Oysters, Cranberries and etc, Dr. J. M. Acton is in Louisville at- turned to J. I Hamilton. at Hall's. 12 It 21. tending the county, city and slate health nJ 1 A Uriel Mention ot the Comlngi i PAD DFMT officers meeting. J Goings by Thoic Wt Ar Inttrcitid In. I I U1V Hulll. For Rent, 2 unfurriished rooms. Mrs. Susan STslier. Miss Elizabeth Gibus leaves tomorProperty on Stanford street, next to, tf row for a visit to Lexington nnd to at- Christian church, now occupied by R. All kinds of fruit and candies for Mrs. Givens Terrillhui returned from tend a party at Sayre. K. Conn, for j ear 1017. Terms reason- - j 2U W. II. Mason. Christmas.at Ball's. a visit to Akron 0. able. Mr. and Mrs. J. It. Haselden nnd Miss Jessie I'arks of Taint I.lck was Miss Elizabeth Anderson, motored to Sale-- Ad oak china cabinet. For FARM LANDS, week end RUest of Mrs U. U. Simpson. Lexington last Saturday for the day. apply to this office. Mr. J. T. Clark And fnniily rpent Bargains in Fayette and adjoining Mrs. Carrie Davidion returned last a e Two spotted ponies, broken. Sunday with Mr. nnd Mrs. Sim Clark. Tuesday from a week's visit to her counties. Five per cent. Farm Loans. --tfJ. A. Amon. W. KING end SON. Miss Nora Clark wa9 with her par- daughter, Mrs. Z. T. Rice in Richmond Lexington, Ky. mo. W. B. Ball is still selling cut glasr ents, Mr. and Mrs. Sim Clark Saturday Mr. Jake Robinson is at home from night. ar.d chinaware at the old price. Columbus Ga to spend the Christmas SELLING OUT. Mr. and Mrs. .1. It. Cornn and Miss holidays with his mother. Mrs. Jane For Sale or Rent: My two story-hous- e ' Maud Murphy, motored to Itirhmond, Robinson. Am going out of buiiuess Januarv 1st on Richmond street. I and my horses and livery outfit are for Tuesday. S. G. Haselden.. Miss Alice Iturnside the attractive sale either in part or as a whole. Mr. Elbert l'resten and Misn Nora " " daughter of Dr. Sam Iturnside, of ; II. D. Lee. For Sale or Rent: House' and lot on Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Clark, spent Wicnita Falls, Texas, is visiting relaLexington street. Hojse new. Tom Tracy. tives in this city and vicinity. S. G. Haselden. HOUSEHOLD GOODS l.ick were Most eerybodv in 1'aint Miss Minerva Co5cf Mr. and Mrs. Will visitors in Lancaster some time during For SALE One five passenger OverKainey, Miss Iva Raney and Dr. Wm. i FOR SALE land and one Schacht the past week. Truck. Cheap if I'ryor, were in Uuckeye last Sunday, refresh-ment- s The C. W. it. M. will servo If not sold privately before that date, sold at once. guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. Hiram Ray. will sell at public auction Saturday, White & Riddle, tonight at Mrs. Itella Arnold I'riendi are welcoming Dr. Charles December 23rd l'JIC. at my residence Paint Lick, Ky. Francis store. Zimrner, his attractive wife and inter- on Lexington street, all my household Mrs. Charlie Zauonu and Mrs. Dave For Sale or trade for Stock- -a 191G esting children to Lancaster where and kitchen furniture. G. C. Rose. Sanders were visitors in Danville one they Maxwell touring ear has been run 500O expect to make their home. Dr. day this week. miles, guaranteed in good running conZimrner had a splendid dental practice dition. A. R. Swope, Mesdumea Sam Johnson and S. I), J in I'mneroy, Ohio, but had to iuit the LOST - Bryantsvilie, Ky. Cochran have been visiting Mrs. It. M. practice of dentistry on account of his Newland of Stanford. yes. "Its and II' wind that blown , At Stanford, Ky., December Uth For Sale a gray horse, would weigh about 10U0 Mrs. Cvrus Kuson of Salvisn, Inn njbody good", and while we are sorry pounds, had left eye out, scar mi left Dai dy 7 room house 4 acres lanil been visiting relatives and friends in for his trouble, we are glad he landed shoulder, short tnil. hud an old cut on in Lancaster. good out buildings on Danville the city for the past week. his right fore foot, one tcoth out above with street at a bargain. Joe. S. Haselden, Liberal reward to finder. Mr. and Ml. J. It. Cornn, Miss Maud Robert Carrier. Murphy and Mis. M. S. Ilatlleld, motSANDKRS-HcCORMICK. R. It 2.,l!ox71-D- . Lanctster. Ky. MULES WANTED. ored tc I.exingtui Saturday, Thu marriage of Mr Igan Met Am in the market for some j;ood Mr. nnd Mrs. Hritlow Conn motored of Lincoln county to Miss Min ; FOR SALE mules and army mules, 15 hnr.ds to 16 to Lancaster Monday and were guests nie Sanders, daughter of Mr. and "Mrs. hands high. W. U. Barton of Mr. and Mrs. J. It. Conn, Livery Stable or Garage; James Sanders, of this city, was sol-- , loca-- i Mrs. Eph Ilrown entertained Kiiday emenized, in Stanford this morning, Centrally evening al an elegant six o'clock dinner Itev. D M. Walker of that city j to Hotel. FOR RENT. Immediately after the cere- ted in honor of Judge Charles Hardin. A 1 13.1I mony the happy couple returned to Five room cottage on Hill Couri, iraUIU Miss Kathiyne Haiti is the guest of Lancaster utul were served a delight- llghla, i large lot and garden, bath and Miss Flossie Trihhle this week, he fun dinner at thu home of the attractive ft. T. Embrv at National Hank. j leaving for her new home in Somerset. bride. The groom is one of Lincoln's Must: ttadloactlve. f. i ceo. my cciernnueii mm i u uas Mr. and Mrs, J. 11. Cornn, Misbes most energetic nnd businevs young far' the peni'lrutlng quality of nwlc Is due I'ermelia Koliinson, Maud Murphv and mer and is to bo congratulated upon to ELECTION NOTICE. mdlnucllu properties which I Nuru Clurk, were hi Danville one day winning so beautiful and accomplished It poisiheM thnt cuuo odor of tho per- - ' Tin- - wedding came as Tire stock holders of tho Gurrard young bride. last week. fume to bo carried through thu ulr In Bank and Trust Co. will on Jan. 9th. ,ipiitu a surprise to Iheir numerous mi ctruordiuury wity, mijs tho In-- 1 1917 hold Mr. nnd Mn. Herbert Lee and beau- friends nnd only Iheir immediate fam- dlutiupolls their annual meeting tu elect News, The rudhmctlve ' tiful daughtei, Dorothy, were In NicU ily were apprised of the fact of the property of tiitikU affect Mriiugcly the nine directors to serve for emuing year. They will go to natives who curry It to market. If u j wedding. olusvillo last Sunday the guests of Mrs J. W. Elmore,. Cashier. l.ee's puieuts, Mr, nnd Mrs. 0. T. housekeeping on the furin near More-- I Ipiickugo of imisl; Is held close tu the L .md, ricently purchased by the grooms body for tiny Icnuili of tlmu it pro-- j Murphy. MANY FARMS. Mr, Adum Carpenter. Tli duiTS sores that lire Mmlhir lu charac Mr. unit Mrs Hen Hum, who reeen'; father of Many farms change ownership abcut lends of (life bride here ex- ter to IIiudu cuused by pure radium. ly sold their farm u HyutUville, left numerous fi this time of the year. The buyer should wishes and together with the the 1 1 til for their new home In Somer- tend best make SURE and for his purclrise seR.'cortl, wish them a long and happy set, whero tin) good wishes of a host of cure u "CONTINENTAL" fire and ORDINANCE. life. friend follow them. tornado iwlicy. See 1). A. Thomas, ' lie it pro,,: Mrs. J, Hdna Arnold, withMis. Itelt.i ' -- meo lfroora Bid, farm 12-the City of XMAS IS HERE. u 4t. Hemphill nnd Miss Mary Arnold, write automobiles or motor vehicles left upon tlie public H(uaru or tlie city of l.an-- j thut they are now pleaautl mid per and custer. shull be parked around the pub- All trimmed manently located lit C- -d Itidgewood, FOR SALE. lie niuare, by placing the rear of car' Davtona, Fla, and orders her pupcr (unt rimmed shapes-a- t next.to park. Any person or persons i 151J aerea ot Garrard County land sent there," Jessamine Journal. leaving an automobile or motor vehicle t - J price. Also lot llyattsvllle. now ready to grow tu stand upon the public Niusie unoc.i have received cards announcdesired. 1 Friends one in and caps, big reduc- cupied or without any violation charge. , ni" erop luboring man cupitalut, busi-fin need of a fifteen minutes, In of this nes, or ing the marriage of Miss Carrie llelle We also have ordinance, upon conviction shall be fined houiu-ST- OP, LOOK and LISTEN, Uoulden and Mr. William Frank Wein tion. nor more, tlia.i not no- - COrn?5 no. 00- Miss Carrie Xmas mun at Carteraville Ga. Give us This less than 11 fhall be In effect$10.00. ' ' " P..", ' ordinance from . Price ?100. per acre. was justly very popular here and Mr. . wlltfl" and after its publication. a ltl0ne 4872. Lexington, Ky. Weinman is to be congratulated, while L. G Davidson? Mayor, I 1 Kella Arnold Francis December 4th. 1910. a host of ftiends extend best wishes. lit. Gossip About People Mrs Elizabeth Dillon of Stanford has been visiting Mrs N Miller. t 2t 'for 1917. next mra neim f irailtia hats 'I'ltt0'' Af half ofchlldrens hats will novelties. call. " J, t. THE FIRST STEP Um.illy llie first indication of a lowering of health is found in the bowels and liver. Something goes "wr we cat too much, or work too hard and the bowel action veakens or the liver is sluggish. That heavy feeling on arising in the morning, dryness of the throat, with bad taste, a slight headache, dull eyes all show that fond has fermented in the intestines, and that the body is manufacturing poisons' instead of good blood. Give the Clear it all out. stomach and bowels a fresh start. Kt.couragc the liver to go to wortc. Manalin does all of this, griping or weakening. without It's the ideal laxative and liver tonic, because it follows Nature's plan, without discomfort, inflammation or forming a habit. Constipation may be overcome with its use. Liquid o r tablet for,m. mm FINE I The Central Record, Thursday, December 14, 1916. Love, Honor And Obey Br WILLIAM QIANDlXll HttUl OF 'This fu. over tnkliiit the wold , .iH olioy' from the iiinriluiu' servli-rCharlie Welmter to Iho wife he itiui-rle-u n couple of months before, e(er the inoit iiuniltlKati'd noii.rtise lieiini oiu "When we were married I didn't n." (let. that the word wns III the service," Mild Mrs. Webiler. "llow can u womsn lote and lionor a mini tiuloss she Is wllllnu to oIh-- j hit couimutidt)" "I don't exactly sec that." "In tome Inttuiicr a commaud l ncconary. Wunse, for Instance, I should notice that you were pernilttlne too freiurut attentions from oue of jour old Rsmrs. I ask you Iq desist. You pay no attention to my reuet. I command you lo dealst. Isn't that rutin The lets Ilk landr. Chlldrtnllka tbem. to and cents. taste. ti Tab are they and sate. TOBACCO QUNNS CHAPEL. Mrs James Land has been ill. Mrs Ambrose Calico is improving Mr Dee Fathergill fold a mule to Mr Kay Noel for JI5U. Miss Maude Tester spent Thursda with the Misses Ualico. Mr J. M. Amon sold a horse to M DeevFothergill for $150. Mr Morris Calico was a guest of M Thompson Davis Sunday. Mr George Calico and Miss May me Calico were in Richmond Saturday. Mr Dock Simpson of Richmond was here a few days the first of the week. Mrs E. II. Chandler wan a recent guest of Mrs. Geo. Teater at Edenton. Mrs M. D. Long spent a part of last week with her sister, Mrs John McCully Feed and flour, cotton seed meal etc, for sale by Hudson, Hughes & Farnau Miss Willie Miles Ray was a guest of Miss Barbara Gulley Saturday and Sun a ay. Messrs Talton, Hobart, Male and Wm May were in Richmond on bushets last Monday. Miss Netta Ray and Mr Otis Kay Uogie visited Mrs Ambrose Cali:o Sun and Hemp Land. will "i'ou tuliiht rather say, 'Dcarrst, Mr. attentlnns to you are attracting attention, to your and my lu. Jury.' Ttint would be sufficient would act UK)n your wainluc "Hut suppose you didu'D" "Then a command would do no tood." "Il'm. It wouldn't, ehr "ruHie, on the other hand, I aslrd you to (Imp some old flame of yours snd j on paid no attention to luy re. quest. Would It do any Rood for me to cumuinud you to drop her)" This ctsKKered the young htlsbsnd, 1 r but not for lone. sell to the highest bidder on Wednesday, Dec. 21st. 16 one tract of land lying on the waters of Paint Lick Creek, 8 miles from Lancaster, on the Hyattsville ana Kirksville pike and joining the lands of E. P. Jones and Wm. Casey and others containing 100 acres. This farm is all in grass except 12 acres; 23 acres in Blue Grass, 20 acres in clover, 35 acres in rye, ciover and timothy and O acres in timothy and blue grass; all under good fence, one six acre tobacco barn. This land is in a high state of cultivation will grow fine hemp and tobacco and is well watered from ever lasting springs. Also at same time and place will sell pair mare mules, 5 years old, 144 hands high; i good yearling horse; I weanling colt; I extra good Jack colt, seven months old; i good Jennet, 6 years old, in foal; i dry cow, weight about iOO pounds; l yearling Jersey heifer and one yearling steer weight about 600 pounds each; two good heifer calves about six months old; 10 head shoats weigh about 100 pounds; I good brood sow will farrow about March 15, 1917; and one nice Poland China gilt, subject to register. I 1 day afternoon, Rev. D, F. Sebastian. Mr and Mrs Frank Land and Miss Inez Land were guests of Mr and Mrs John Land and Miss Lenna Hollon, Sunday. Mrs. Lucas Foster tntertained number or friends Saturday. Among the number were Mesdatnes Allen Tea ter, Amelia Bogie, Josiah McCulley wm ana waiter Kaln. milksop of him by coddling him, as some mothers do of their hoys." "And you may as well understand Ibat you shall not give him the harsh treatment Joe Tucker glres little Hen "I shall teach our son oue thlng-- ul dlence." "OlsHllenre to Isjth of us)" riknI, and ptvli-ablwouldn't do any rood for ine to coniuiand you, but the right to com maud I. on my side. There must t ono head t everything. There Is a head to all government Marriage gnveniment (ioTrnimcnt, to I effective, cannot be with the weaker It must le with the stronger party. Man Ii stronger than woman; therefore he U the natural governor." "When a man and a woman lot. each other, what's the need of government)" "How slsiut the children)" 'The children) Oh, the mother naturally governs the children." "Oh, she doe) You mny as well understand now ns later that If ne bale' a by shall not permit you to make a It 1 "It wouldn't do any "Certainly." 1 For the Family Medicine Chest V.'m. F. BuUU .1 w. Fotw'. Il00.r a for on, -- Luua I il up lh.ireold.wUi as Ud afl.r efr.cU, and th.r lii. tak, it." "Kupisi.e you tell lilm to do oue thing and I tell htm to do another)" "Aha! There you have proved my rase. It will he your duty to yield to ae lu the matter-- In other words, to obey me. How can our child expect to hey me uuless you set hi in the nam pie) It's my opinion that these divines, tostead of taking tho word 'otwy' out f the msrrisKe service, should maks It stronger. It should be printed In capitals and with a dozen exclamation ' points." "It I were to marry you again I muuld liinist on the wurd 'obey' being a"7' u u. '"-- U- r.l, Tr hu ?ni?k?.r1fmo!llclno ""ibeen on tha and In many tions was found In every home secin ,w,'?n were not ,a anil when money was scarcer. Foley's Honey and Tar Compound Is an excellent medicine for cuuichs. colds, raw or Inflamed throat, hoarse-oes- s. tightness and soreness of the chest, croup and whooplne cough. It la an absolutely safe remedy, contain-l- n only heallne Ingredients, and tr Xrtsi any harmful drugs, 11$ a.fa,mIl3T cuch syrup Is Toleyo ."""l Tar Compound. This :tn Sn'SeVe'r ,i?,,hl paion of coughs, colds and fhP-- .tvurJr suipllid.vlthmedicine cheat a J W. " .Nancy of him." left out." "Then you wouldn't marry me." "And we wouldn't have any son for yoa to abose." "You mean yuu would make a Miss coed couch U'" kJ"" wagon; 1 Brown Riding Cultivator, good as About 75 or 100 barrels Corn in cribl good two-hornew; l Vulcan Turning Plow; 1 double shovel; 1 cutting harrow; 1 good sled with tongue; wagon land plow gear. Also about 40 shocks of fodder and some sorghum feed; also about 6,000 tobacco sticks. Any one desiring to look over the farm will be shown by man on place at anytime, .prior to sale. TERMS All sums of $10. and under, cash in hand, over that good negotiable notes due and,payable cash in hand, January 1 1917, when possession will be January 1st, 1918. Land will be sold one-thir-d Sale wlll take given; remainder in one and two years with six per cent Botes to contain maturity clause. place on farm promptly at 10 o'clock Wednesday, December 27, 1916. se dold Everywhere. The undersigned hereby give warning to all persons not to trespass upon our lands t'or any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all offenders to ful AM lest extent of t- - law. Hunters and. Fishermen especially take notice. Jobs as a Barometer. R. L. Elkin Ed & N II Price When four lien run uftcr three J.h Mrs. Rebecca J. West. W. R'. Cook. wuges lire low; when four Jol-run James G. Conn, H. 0. Arnold. after three men wuges urc high. J. P. Bland. J. C. Morgan. Hog. Long Bros J. II. and W. S. Weaver Ground W. T. West Booth Sutton. J. Safe for a Couple of Days. W. I, Lawson and son. Howard King, Teacher "Tills makes Miss Carrie Boulden, J. II. Rlgsby. I've hud to punish you tills four times week, HobJohn Richardson, ble. What have you to suy to thai)" J. C. Itlgsby, J. n. Woods. Hobble "I'm glnd It's PrMuy, teuch-er- . A. C. Miles. Jno. M. Farra. J. II. Thompson, Judge David Steven. B. I,. Kelly. S. C. Rlgsby. Frank Thompson. Self.Helplng. POSTED R. C. BOURNE. Auct WHIN 1 LANCASTER, KENTUCKY, SCHOOLER, snk; 1 11 111 CAPT. Anderson. J. H. Thompson. Ourdencr (olinittiry helper, packing Am and Ed Bourne. ecus collected for wounded soldiers) Davis Sutton Dave Dudderar "I ho allowed to kee;i all the cracked Mr. J. Wade Walker. W. H. Cummins. eggs, and if there alu't enough cracked 1 II. Thompson. Wm. Lear. I 'as to crack 'era inyself." 1'uck. Jerry Bland. John Tatum. W. S. Ferguson, .Mrs Emma Higglnbotham. Millennial Dream. J. D. Naylor Mr. E. I.. Fraiee A New York stenographer has set William Humphrey. ClaytonlHumphrey a new record by writing 137 words n W. T. Ilradshaw. minute. Koine day u stenographer will Walker flradshaw, It. L. Arnold, not only bo able to write that many John 1'endelton, Peachy Grow, words, hut to spell them correctly Sam Clark. T. R. Slavin. and then the millennium will he ut J. L Dotler. We will add other names for 25 cent hand. Cleveland I'lalu Dealer. D. M The Kind. Talk to Yourself. A lawyer bus In his oilUe"What kind of a time did you motto: Think twice bef.ire you have ut Hump's lust evening)" WW then "Very unintelligible. I couldn't under- talk to yourself." Ills slgnlflnuit coin. anything they aiI to Ihelr liuby ii lent upon it wns: "If my Ileitis ful stand or uuy thing the pl.ouojrnph layet! or lowed licit motto, I wonld lose half my t anything tu my wife whispered to me biiKlnesH." He so ivtr.itrtail Hint lawyer In nhof (,t!lct. lie Nere behind their hark." Judge. tit the lufortiiut lesson n liillllht kli p his mouth seIel tin nil iieciisliin. Many Dirds Imported. when not iihsiilutely uivesiary to npcis The desiilt"iesit ..f iigrlcillltirc issues It. Ouwurd. tilinci .'.il) ieru.Hi timiimlly fur the f birds; the niim'ier of bird In iitiniit M),IW, inni it:iHiiifil Longfellow and Tennyson. ns ninny us 17.IMI birds iirritu In n Longfellow nnd Tem.ysoii were not hluglu liny. versomil frlenils of Inni; Ktiindlni:, hut they beciuiiw friends lute lu life, was born Kebruury -- 7, 1S07, uud "Tell It Not In Oath." "Tell It not lu tiulh" mentis "Don'i Tennyson Auitust C, 1H0U, but Ihey let your enemies hear It." fiuth was never met until 1803, when famous as the blrthplucu of the giunt visited Knchird. WrltliiK from there to Colluth. The quotation U from llu ii friend lr. this country ho suld: "Wc Second Hook of Samuel, drat chapter cuuie lust nlifht from Freshwater twentieth verse: 'Tell It not In (lath where wo hud pussed two hwppy days , with Tennyson uot ut his house, but puhllkh It uot In the streets of lest the duughtcr of Hie l'hllls-tine- s mostly with him. He wus very cordial rejoice, lest the iluuiihters of the and cry umluble midline up his whole time to us." uurlrciiuicised triumph." I l.onu-felloAako-Ion- "I'm sorry I married you at nlL I wiv sen lu yuu what I hsvo never seen before, ilia dlnpoxltlou of tyrant." "And I see in you what promises to b u rebellious wife." "Very well. If we can't get 'on together we'll have to separate." That was the end of tho fracas, for she flounced out of the room, leaving her husband gaping after her. "I wish tho.e confounded ministers," be mid to himself, "had loft the marriage service alone. Whut difference does It make whether the word 'obey' la In It ur out of t) Maud didn't consider It of any IniiMirtaiire till these, divines brought It up." He was mlseruble for uu hour, and his wife was In the sumo condition Then he gave excellent evidence us to who wus musier. UN wife the wesker putty. It wus his part to orrcr tboollte hrnmli to her, not she to tilm. He went to her, klstcd her uud suld: "Hwecthifirt. It seems to me that you and I uuriellng aiiout the iiihuukc' uient of a bay ho mny never lo horn Is like lluhtliig for the sky for a pasWasted Apvlcgy. "I want to upolorfzc. Illllkelr. for rur ture." "It wus ull my fuult." she sobbed. rudeness last evcnlnc. I iissure yiHi I dldu t Intend It." "Well, for the. luvc "If wo ever haw a hoy I shall expect his futhcr lo take tho lend lu uaimy-luof Mike, iiiemi It next time! mite i0 him, of course." see ii man's iictlous and l is Intenllons One day Ihrco yeurs later Mr. Web burmoiilre hi poorly." Judi;e. ster wus In tho library with his sou Hilly. Hilly deliberately took a tumEnough Said. bler from a table uud annulled It uu "Whut sort of u muii Is he)" "Well, tho floor. he's the wirt of u man who will have "Hilly," said his futlier, "If you do his Htenoj!rnpher cull yuu on the tele- that again I shall imiiUh you phone und keep you wultluj; three or verely," four minutes for him to net uroimd to Tho boy defiantly took up a glus nsk a fuvor of you." Detroit Tree pitcher and repeated the smashing! I'ress. process. His father was about to take htm over his kneo for a spunking when Most Precious Thing. there was a swish of skirts on the SweU Is the destiny of all trudes, stairs and Mrs. Webster whether of the browa or of the mliid. the room, took Hilly In dashed Into her arms and !od never ulluwcd any man to do disappeared llko a retreating whirlwind How mlseruble is the coiulltloi .. i. up .iuu siairvssu. of thoso men which sin-nthe time in "There's a lesson In oliodlmira for . If it wvro itt veil them, uud uot lent; ui you," said Webster to himself. "Outf If hours were waste creatures uud such ancestors who put tho word 'obey lw us should never be accounted for j aa II the marriage (list would tuke this for u xood hill ol were doing. service know what they v Hut la these degenerate rcckuiiliii,'. Illhhop Hull. slays It doesn't mako auy dlffereuco whether It Is there or not." uoth-Ini- The Central Record, Thursday, December 14, 1916. POULTRY and EGGS BREEDING FOR EGGS. Sdtctfen of Oeil Strains of Laying H,n, Rtqulrta Caraful Study, .saswl fnrli jrnr two or three of the mwh fur the ifcT'tj vivl liens )'"i MUiillllcn, egg prodnrtlnii. standard iiialltlfe, linillli mill Ugor writes T. I. McOrrW In the Western Poultry Journal. Mnt these '.litre hens to Hid very best ootketcl jou halo that hna Gift Suggestions From Our Dry Goods and For the nexttwb weeks everyone's mind will be running to gifts and what to get, and in many cases in looking for "Christmas' Goods" you forget many articles that would prove much more acceptable, so we here briefly call your attention to many lines of goods we have in stock which are peculiarly well adapted for gifts We will be glad to have you come arid see these lines, aswe feel sure that they have been well selected and prices arereasonable. Womens' Kimonos. From ?1 0( to 515.00. We cull specinl iittenlion to our iniportcilJnpnneM' Enibriiiiletcd Crepe Kimoiins nt 2 00 to 1.00 mid Silks nt 10.00 nfnl 515 00. He Had Neither Patriotism Nor Romance Dy OSCAR COX A man with one oyo covered by a patch, a low; soar on lili neck nml helping lilnui'ir with a cane hobhlci! toward a hamlet In Canada. Mcctlnc another man on tho road, he atbpped hi in and tald: "I coiiio from ic wars. In la tielle Trance." "Oh, sou do? Did you k out with ono f our Cannillnn rcRlmenti or did you bo orer and enlist In tho Trench army?" tli Canadian In"I enllit In 10 fantry. I ntn a Canadian, though I lore Trance." "There's more of yon come IhkW than might have njii expected. Seenn to mo I'd nlwm in leave lie n Ktecr turned Into a Chlrngo packing liou.se a go over there to he mode pulp of." "Wo fight for (lvHl7atlon. for ze ben cflt of posterltle." "Well, you're welcome to do no If you. like. I'm not interested In poiterl ty myself, and 1 don't consider thai I'm under any obligation to my great MmkPtm o mm IS Hand Bags. Handsome assortment of Beaded anil Embroidered nnd Knitted Silk Bags, at all prices from $1.. to 57. Also have just received n shipment of very choice leather bagsat 51.. to 5. All the newest shapes. Prm now until t11 Xe wittier tl :outitii-ilouutid fur 8R ft 1 t I hi reed tli turpi. 11 ullr f tn to rci liln kit Intthff loiitllit'rti Kin) Ur, riK Ii mK lUutm litre lttiu Hit ti thf t of th innrki It liapel iml)- rtwm Ami well 6 the tlie-e- " o'r ll I s greatgrandchildren whatever." Tho speaker was about to more on when the war scarred veternn said: "There Is a girl In thU town by the iinwe of Mabel Hlmw, believe?" 'There was a girl by that name." "Jlon Dleu! She li not dead?" "Xo; she's ery much alive." "1 bilng u inesnge to her from her 1 - Silk Hose. lovnlre." "Oh, you do?" ' The ct'leltrtitetl MiCiilltiin Silk Htte. in blnck ntul color?, nml fl.GO. eiicli pnir in.fuiu'y box. Also the Kny-fc- r nt St-2- Child's Furs. More than twenty styles of Children's Fur prices from 52.50 to 51- -- per set. Sets "He and I fought togezzer In ze trenches." "Is I the main part of him coming homo too?" "All of hint Is burled on ze battlefield In Tleardle." "That's too bad." This was said with oil Jen t disappointment. "Was bis name Wllklns?" "Vcs. You knew him?" "Xo. I never saw him. After he went away I took something that belonged to htm. I'd like to return It to him." "He was a brave man, a ver bravo 0 j Silk I lose nt $1 25. at nil ckercl of K'l nu.illty aiinnllug In llii alaudanl, tlnrms,h In nil qualities, n "ill n Ftti'iiK anil vigorcm. If the cockerel ii m strung ntiil vigorous u to Ik-- pugnacious to the point of wauling tit slit the attendant Hint mm fur Mm. m inmii the , tfn-n- t llli great such n cockerel never ji1.uk or Injun- - lilm, fur lilt iry utrvimlli iiml vigor Is uf great yu- In your flock. Tlu second tt' In tin' production of success In tin upbuilding uf a stralu thijt will Ih Until If ii I fur exhibition. Int'llriit for egg production pnd vigorous, la to Liv cnleful record of tbe laving unalltlea of each pullet. If jou will trap nest Ihcm In Scptemler, October, Nov;iln'r ami I (winter you may omit further uo uf the trap nest ma resume It ue the first of the fob ton lag Jsrpteiuber anil continue Its lice to t lie eml or October ui puucu iuni will begin to lay early one fall ami continue to lay very late the uext fall ami necessarily molt late are tbe klml toMit, to u,e aa hena from nblch tn 'bar egn 'or hatching the following year. Hucb pulleta should he mated In their second year of laying to rocker la that hare tieen bred from one of the Tery teat bens you own. ir you ran have theae cockerels from a hen In her third year of laylug that baa laid remarkably well for three year, you will have the atauranre of trrngth, tlgor ami Inherlteil egg pro duction. If all of thene' are gooi in tandartl quallflcntlona you add greater vnliie to tho otrnprtlig. There l another feature of egg production which need more than paaa-Infrequently hear attention. . Mople applaud the fact that aouie uf their pulleta laid when they were four and a hnlf mnutlia old or a little younger. Uatially pulli-ti- i that lay to young not only lay small esm when they begin to lay, but they continue to lay egKx of Hinnll nlze during tliclr entire life. I'tilleta from all to kcu-moutlm old or cwn aereu and n halt months old umkB tetter layern, provided they aro. fully matured. Of cotime you will understand that wlieu oorly fed during their growing period many of tho pulleta will not U developed until they are fully a year old. 11 r Mud-pensw-r- Men's Silk Socks. Pure Thread Silk Socks in black, navy "blue, jry, at 51) cents pr pair and exrcllcnt fibre Silk Socks at three pair lor 51.00. Shirt Waists. Wirthtnor Wnists nt $1.. always worth Jmore iCrepe and Georgette Waists by the dozen nt 52.95"to .$10. We call special attention to our line of Victoria ICrepe de Chene Wnists nt 53.75, ma Je of 52.00 per yard Crepes. Nothing to equal them under 55. All colors and sizes. Umbrellas. For women and men, nt nil prices from 51.00 to S'O.OO. Very fine Silk Umbrellas, in both mens' mid sizes, litinraniccd for two years' weur. from 53.50 to f 0 CO; some with patent folding nltnclituent. .w-men's Sweaters. , Auto Rugs. 55. Pure wool, anil very heavy and beautiful colorings, nt 57.. nml up to 512.00 Very choice assortment of very newest colorings'.'ar.d shapes from 55.. to 510. Both silkand wool. 5. ' Fine Furs. Most of pur Furs are cheaper than last year, and none are higher, Foxes, Minks, Hudson Seal, Lynx .Raccoon, O'possum, Mole, etc, in many attractive styles. man." "I'm sure o' that, considering what he stood up against before bo left. But I reckon be didn't realize the critical position bo was in. What was this message you brought from Wllklns to his girl?" "Wo bad repelled seven attacks lu one day uy tho Germans. At the last attack my friend was shot through the heart." "That's the weakest place In a man's body." Neckwear. colors For women, in scores of new and attractive sets, nt 50 cents. 75 cents, 51.00. and Handkerchiefs. In qualities nnd styles to suit every one. Beautiful Embroidered Crepe Handkerchiefs nt 25 cents. Many special values in Indies nnd mens PURE LINEN Handkerchiefs nt nt 10 cents to 50 cents. Fancy boxes of Handkerchiefs for children and women from 10 cents to 51.00, Imported Dolls. We have left from our stock about twenty-fiv- e imported German DolN received in January 1915 and no more to be had. The prices nre 51.50, 2.00 and 53.00 Come at once if interested. "It Is certain death. Hut Wllklns lived long enough to say to me: In zo little town In Canada where I lived there Is a lovely girl who has promised to for me till I come back after ze war. .If you go there will you seek her and tell her zat nij last thoughts were of her, zat I died I wlz her dear name on my lips? would like to live for her, but I rejoice to die for my country.'"' "That's very beautiful." "It Is magnlflque. What could there he more glorious for a man than to die for his country wlz ze name of ze girl Bed Comforts. Filled with fine cotton, pure wool and down, nt all prices from 5250 to $15.00. Miyajima Wood. Imported from Japan in shape of smoker sets, nut sets, roll trays, fruit trays, trinket boxes'nut bowels etc, at all prices from 10 cents to 52 00. Bed Sets. Dimity. Krinkle nnd Satin Counterpanes, nnd with and without bolster covers, from 53.00 to ?8.00 per set. ho loves on his lips?" "Xotulug, positively nothing," replied envy Wllklns from the m tho other. "I bottom of my heart. Fate has many trials In store for us. If he bad couie back be might have been sorry that he Mahogany Trays. Very special bargains at 51.00. 1.150 and 2.00. One of the most attractive gift items for the price that we havc ever shown. zo girl lie loved. so maguiflque." hadn't dosed the account abroad." "Ob, but that was not so wlz hlui. jlo would have como g re embrace of Zat made Ills sacrifice Linen Table Sets. Finest Pure Linen Irish Damask Table Cloths, with napkins to mntch, nt 510.00 to $25.00 per set. These nre very scarce anil we call special attention to them as our prices tire relatively very low. Sterling Silver. Everything you want in Table Silver'of the very best standard mukes only, from a 50 cent spoon to 5250.00 tea set. Always cSme to us for Sterling Silver. There was an Impressive silence be tween the men, which was broken by tbe returned soldier. "Can you direct mo to zo bouse of Mabel Shaw?" "Certainly. Do jou see the little red houso over there?" pointing. "Yes." "Well, around tbe corner Is a white houso with grceu shutters. That's the locntlon you're after. You can tell Mabel that you met a man on tho road who directed you to her and asked you to say to her that he won't trespass on ... aaored feeling for tho rest of the Towels. We are showing the largest assortment tf Fancy Colored Turkish 'Jaih Towels ever shown here, and nt attractive prices. Guest Totvcls ut 25 cents, and large fnucy towels ut -- 5 cents, 33 cents, 10 cents, ''0 cents, 00 cents nnd up. Also boxed sets of wush rugs. Guest Towels nnd Unlh Mats at 75 cents to 53.50 per set. Such nre tliey'are npt to K Ineklng In llnllty. for long eonlluued which U netra-iiiregg prixliicllon. Leghorn pulleta t tut t nro ery nearly six moutliM old mid thut uro fully developed and of fairly kihhI alio are apt to make the bWt In) era, surely better layers limn will Leghorn that laid when jihout four or four and a half mouths old. I'ullcl of tho larger breed-- i sliould be six months or near kcveu months old heforo they liegtu to lay, ami they mint have liecu well fed, properly nourished and be fully matured before they begin to lay or they aro not npt to be profitable layers. I'ullrta of medium alio for tho breed that uro fully grown, fully matured ami full of vigor ure tho kind that j'ako tbo profitable layer. Tho day Is fait niiproachtng when eggs weighing less than twrf ounces each will bo classed us seconds la the market. Tba sooner wo begin, all of us, to reallzo that fclze, shape, smooth ness and color of shell hare much to do with tho price of eggs the. sooner will wo begin to reap the harvest duo to It trim ImVA oirir Hint arA ttrfiwltr fresh, that are smooth on surface of pibfll. that, a re clear and cltau In color, whether white or brown, and that 'jverago two ounces or a trifle better lu weight Buch tggs are tbe kind that will fell best In tbe future, and we netcr of much valim Plated Silver.. Complele line of Alvin Best Plnted Spoons, Forks, Knives nnd all fancy priciis in George Washington nnd LaFayette patterns but in the market nnd 'every piece nt PRICES OF TWO YEARS AGO. Pure Linen Towels. As you surely know these nre practically out of the market and wc call attention ton number of beautifully embroidered Iluck Towels in (Suest and Inrger sizes, all absolutely pure Flax at 50 cents. 05 cents, 75 cents, $1.00. 51.25 ami 51.50. Only n small lot left from goods bought before the war, anil worth now nearly double these prices. Sheffield Silver. Serving Trnys, Ten Trays. Meat Dishes. Double Dishes, Entree Dishes, Bakers and many other pieces from 52.50 to 550.00 Tailored Suits and Dresses for Women and Children at greatly reduced prices. Many specially attractive bargains in Ladies and Chilarens Coats. All A. B. Robertson DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. l 1 &, Bro. lay and sho needn't expect Mm" to UlnT uer. She'll doubtless bo very much overcome." "You ore her brotHcr?" "I wish I was. Xo; I'm her husband." "Mon Weil!" "There's n lot of romance In this world, but I wasn't uiado that way myself. There nro men who tumble over each other to get themselves killed In battle and men that uro ready to kill each oilier for u woman. I haven't any cxperlenco lu war, but I'm a major geucrul In love. Aftor Jim Wllklns went off to fight tho Teutons I executed n brilliant strategic more on the girl ho left behind bliu and captured her. Did you ever hear of tho soldiers who captured a powder mill? Xo? Well, they were much pleased with their exploit till tbo wholo thing blew up and sent 'cm sky high." . "You havo no revcrenco for woman." "You bet I ha vol My mother was tbe best woman that ever lived." Tho soldier stood Inesoluto for a few minutes, then, turning away, said: "Slnco you aro married to the woman to whom I bear tho message you would very much obllgo me If you would give It to her yourself." "I will bo happy to do so. It will make her very benevolent for awhile." Th soldier went one way, tbo man with whom ho bad left the message another. bad $atUr, ill of us, bare ttua la mla4 proJuctlsav, wbeil brt4iu tot - il I The Central Record, Thursday, December 14, 1916. t VISIT WINSLOW'S A New Year Day Contest By THE NATIONAL BANK OP LANCASTER. F. A. MITCHEL Capitol $50,000. A. It Surplus $30,)00. I'rrs't. S. C. DKNNY. Caal.le. per - Cll.l, Hook-Ke- n Chrslmas Opening AT THE Gold Store Pure gold the standard of value, no fluctuation in gold, the price of gold is always the same. The war can make no difference with Uncle Sam.. He's "it" when it gold goods are the same price. But the comes to finance, so our fdled, goia top, stiffened gold, and other just as good kinds can be found elsewhere where Bankrupt Stocks, Pawn Shop goods, Auction fakes, and bargain counter trash is usually kept and prices soar. ALL-GOL- D It Is now something like forty years since tho custom of making rails on New Year's day tiled suddenly. It In New Amsterdam now New York having been tjnnight over from Holland when Manhattan Island was settled by the Dutch. About tho middle of the nlnrtrrntli century, when the custom of railing on tho lot of Jauuary was obcrvrd by all rlns'es, two colored Rrntlcmrn of the Mho gran region of Kentucky were rivals for tho hand of the same dusky girt They hapHtied to make up their minds to propose to her on the same evening. Mono Jinks was In the act of declaring himself when In :amc Veto Carpenter for the same purpose and surprised his rival pouring forth his love. Yu' pit right out o' heycr," said "Wh.-Harsh yo' thlnk-d- at Tele. gulnc to put up with nny slch Annalggah as you?" "Do you sped dat Sarah Ami's gwlne to take up with n field hand lak you-- dat n house sarvent a lady's maid, too Is gwlne to marry a good for noth-In- ' co'n hoerl" "Iteckon Knrati Ann knows what ne'n about." Vpcc she docs. She's gwlno to ta)t bc-ir- n a IKNNY, President J. II STOUMKS. Vice jMlinv, Ass't Cashier. yswl II. T. J. Safety Samust Deposit WK SOLICIT Boxes. For YOUIt Rent IlllSINKSS. I). Cochran, Alex It. Denny, J. H. Posey, J, K, Stormca, S. O. Denny, J. I Rill. Dr. W. M. Klllott, Directors, P1100 DC DC In Vital Force and Productive Energy. Per Cent. Efficiency I That's what you ought to have. If you're below thai, you're giving the other fellow the best of it. In the stirss snd strain of rnodrrn life you have to be keyrd up to the belt that's In you, if you expect to go the route ai.d fudliv "intlde tie money". You ought to Kerp tab on ycursrlf, and when J oil discover the slightest signs of letting down, you ought to come to nature's tonic to brace up the vital forces and rerelief by build wasted tissues. taking-ajgoc- ii me." VISIT THIS UP-TO-MINU- TE Real Jewelry Store Where You Will Find a Complete Stock of the Best in Cut Glass, Silverware, Watches, Clocks French Ivory our hobby this year, more ivory sold this year than in the past 10 years. No other Christmas Gift as acceptable. Handsomely engraved in colors. You will find in this City Store a selection as large as any city, 50 toilet and Manicure Sets in handsome cases from $3.00 to $30.00. All small pieces and fancy articles, Mirrors, Combs, Brushes, Card Cases, Puff Boxes, Powder Boxes, Talcum Cases, Burnisher, Salve Jars, Tooth Brush Holders, Picture Frames, Files, Knives, Pin Cushions, Perfume Bottles, Shoe Horns, and 100 other articles. is "She's gwlne to lak rue." Meanwhile Sarah Ann stood a spectator to this struggle for her hand Hut nt this point lioth suitors looked at finding herself callher nppeollngly. ed upon to decide Iwtween her two suitors, she said: "I feels mighty rnmplrrcutcd at nxcil by two slch gemmelcn and yo' bofc so lino that I doll' know which to take." "Tak' one or do udder," said Moc. 'Tak' de udder; dat's me," said I'ete. Tomorry's "1 tell yo' what 1 do. New Year's day. You two come here tomorry arleruoon at fou' o'clock, and do ono what's made de mas' calls I take." "Dat's fa'r enough." said Pete. "Huh! If yd hadn't Intcrfcarod I'd been engaged by dls time," said Mov. However, Sarah Ann would not decide twtween them In any other way. and Moo was obliged to consent. It was arranged that a committee of three lo appointed by the lady to arrange tho terms of the contest. This coiumlttru decided that the contestants per on which tho names of tho women ho called on wcro to o entered by somo ono who knew how to write or by making n mark. Naturally tho contest excited n grtat deal of attention, for It was known far nnd wldo that tho two suitor for .Sorah Ann's hand were t control for It by making calls on New Year's da). Pach had his adherents, and there was a determination on the part of throe persons to aid their fuvorltc. Tho rivals were Marled on opposite extremities of tho Held of operations. Pach selected n friend who could write to ntteud him so tha.t l.o might bo Mire all the culls he wade were recorded. As the morning woro away, however, each had n train of followers thatVus constantly Increasing. At 1 o'clock the bride to be sent out a friend to bring her a report ns to how the affair itood. Slio learned to her satisfaction rails ahead. At that Moso wus 3 o'clock-- nn hour beforo time would lie called-s- bc rent out nnother iuiulry and learned that Moe had lost Ids ThcGreatest of All Tonics and System Builders. will restore the 100 percent! Iliciency In bodily vigor which every man and woman ought to have. contains all the CJseiitisl.ingK'dK'nts tecognizrd by science as most eftVctlve In building up the weak spots of the bod), and then Ihry are jir-- hlemlrd In a way the ordinary doctor has not learned yrt.t is on sate at Slormrs Drug Store, Lncas ter.'.Ky. $1.00 for 3 luxes, makes 3 quails of medicine nnd last 3 months, l.egk'ly Ruarantecd to satisfy you or inony back. rhi!I)rug store lo has rn sate our famous C0WII0Y lumbago, ruts, burns, I.lNlllKNTIor rhrumatlc pains, bruises, lameness nnd snrrneM, 5c and fiOe tiottles. Try our.Scicncc'.Sope, li'c a bar, 3 ftr'Jfic. Will send Free on request a copy of iiur great Lcck "The Cowboy Heibalist." STORMES DRUG STORE, Lancaster, Ky. Remedy Co. Dakoto 3720-31 Jack-Whltc-Mo- on West Itrosdav. I.OL ISVII.I.K, KY. DC WINTER TOURIST TICKETS At Reduced Fares, on aalo Daily to start at 11 o'clock In tho morning nud flulsh at I. llavh was td carry n pa- FLORIDA CUBA-NEW ORLEANS r Privileges i Gold Jewelry Watches in 50diffcrent syles from $100.00 down to $1.00. Diamonds in rings, Pendents, LaVallieres, Broaches, and Diamond rings from $5.00 to $200.00. Set rings in Pearls, Kubys, Amethysts, Garnet, Turquois, Blood Stone, Sardonyx, Sapphire, Agate, Emerald, Moon Stone, Opal, Cameo, Olivcne, &c. Signet rings, all sizes and we engrave them the best, Emblem rings, Men's fancy set rings. Remember there is at least 1,000 to select-froScarf pins, 50 different kinds, from 50c to $50.00, Charms, Lockets, Collar Buttons, gold and an immense line Belt Buckles, Baby Sets, G.OLD BRACELETS, guaranteed up to the minute, Cuff Buttons, fancy and signot, Tic Clips from 25c to $0.00, Eye Glass Reels, Eye Glass Chains, Hat Pins, Earrings, Vest Chains, Coat Chains, Waldeman Chains, Fobs in Solid gold, fdled and Leather FOUNTAIN PENS (THE BEST) And All Resorts of tho South Liberal Stop- - Over I FINAL LIMIT FOR RETURN, MAY 31, VA7 r complete infoTnatirn six! ' call on TICUPTA.t r wri' II. 0. KINO, Pas.cr.i!cr TjTrrrt lii Kasl ,.L!nUrel, Lr.NINr.TON liistSftlfcl" Parker and John Holland STOP AT THE BRACELET WATCHES 100 watches, 100 An immense line from $3.00 to $50.00. 1,000 rings t select from. clocks and everything in Jewelry at the SIGN OF THE HIG CLOCK, OPPOSITE THE COURT HOUSE. overplus mid Mx calls "Jim," Mje Mild to her uirseiiger, "can't yo' tlx I'ete so'a he'll full behind DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. ligious spirit of the middle ages, turned to Uiblical subjects for tho noblest examples of their art Symonds says; "Tho startle of Hcthlehem, the star led (Killicrt U; Hie VYoinauaC lulu kings, the shepherds and the lintels -all of the beautiful story, In fact, which We all feci that Christmas has heen St Luke alone of the evangelists lias Mrriei often beyond the point of all preserved for us are what the whole reason. Yet it will never ba brought Christian world owes to the religious back to its sweet rimiticity until each feelings of the Iluhrews. Tho llrstund of us takes a stand anddclures,"Vhero second chapters of St. I.ulto are the the heart cannot k with the trift, I tmwt Imrntrt.nt In Ihn l,l.,nt, t rtt.!.. where the gift in not Instinctively found tian mythology and art." and lovingly bought. It shall not be In poetry Milton's vision, tuld in his Riven." Lowell touched tho very heart of the "Hymn on the Morning o'f Christ's Nativity"spirit when lit -- The nights are wholesome; then no plan- J time-h- "Iteckon kin try," was the answer There ut.s.ii Mieam lielwit-- tho two parts of the trial ground which wns crossed by means of u log. Jlui went to where I'ete was calling uud waited till ho wcudeil his way to the other 1 sg'lnl' Gait House (J When "In Louisville. u EUROPEAN PLAN. -- UT IThe Womans Club No fairy takes nor wilcli hath power to So hallowed and so gracious is the ets strike. charm. as Christmas said; "The gift without the giver is bare." It was the winter wild,-- . While the heav'n born childe. All meanly wrapt, in the rude manger It Is not remarkable that the Nativilies- -is ty, the adoration of the Magi and the fit expression of the conceptions of annunciation to the shepherd, the divine events of Chrjstmastide should those who wrought In paint or in marhaVe inspired painters and sculptors ble or clay to give lifelike representafor centuries. The birtli of Christ nnd tion to the events of that one Christmas" the incidents attending his infancy night. Marcellus' speech to Hamlet-So- me were, naturally enough, the themes of say that ever 'gainst that season Christian song long before they were comes, tht subjects of Christian art, but from Wherein our Savior's birth Is celebrated I'he bird of dawning singeth all night the thirteenth century on they found long. reverent representation at the hands of And then, they say, no splnt dare stir those artists who, Inspired ly the re abroad. Unfortunately for tho conteMuiit, they were both delayed beyond tho hour named for return. At 3:30 Surah Ann sent Jim, out to lenrju tho situation. Jim returned at llvo minutes to rhythmic grade of ch must 4 nnd reported that Pelo had ihangvd have been the portrayals of the Nativ- bis clothes, made several additional ity seen by Milton on his Italian jour- calls uud wus coming to- - claim tho prize. Mono's condition required more ney which so tinged his visions. In the center lies the infant Christ, and time, and his record was behind Pcto'a. on the left sits St. Joseph, a figure Suruh Ann waited till tho clock which compels our admiration quite as truck I, whan, teeing I'eto coming, much as that of the Virgin. exIn suo said to Jim. pression the face is thoughtfully won"I don't want dot nlggah, nohow. dering and reverent. The ox and the Wtiat'll I do" "Tak' me," ass, traditional figures of the Nativity, Peto arrived, tho winner, but two complete the group. minutes after I, Moso arrived, loser, twenty minutes after 4. They wcro Itemember not only the children at 'ji formed that neither having thowed home but the children across the sea. jp on time tho prize had gouo to Jim. line-su- some part of tho mystery of the joyous mossago which the birth of Christ brought to the world. With others Uossvlllno has imparted a senso of religious reverei.ee nnd inspiration to the group. With what simple adoration does th" graceful figure of the Virgin bend over the child an ndoratiun which tho sculptor has blended expressively with the tenderneis of maternal love. A delicate, sensitive beauty of face, lifelike in texture, and a charmlnir. When 1'eln wus In the center of tho log. followed by MX attendants cloo purked, Jim made u rush for tho rear man, uud the men, including the contestant, went against each other Ilka falling curd bouses and Into tho Mreum on either side of tho log, Of courto Peto could muko no more cn IN till ho had chuuged Ids clothes, and ho hurried uwny for tho purpose. This unfair proceeding greatly outraged his followers, nnd aluco they wero not making calls themselves und didn't mind wet clothing they ran off to find .Moso In order to lako a similar revenge. They found him near a dychoiiM-- , und ono of them gohis Into tho house en mo out with n bucket of djo, nnd, throwing It over Mosc, turned him to u bright scarlet. klde of tho Mtrenm. m GOOD ROOMS FOR $1. PER DAY. Fine Dining Room wilh I.Mtlki.t Service nnd Low Aulo-Uu- s Mtvts Triiine. Tuilicli end Llco ', trie Until!. Price Free Write for Keservntions. J.' GREENBERG, Manager. Oiaw 11 Check. for the nionny you ov e nud Inotcliow lunch more res pectfully your creditors ic- ' t'urd you- They like to do busjnass with n man who : has an uccaunt nt the Garrard Back & i Tiut Co TbV They know lie Is dolnu business In a business llkp ws y.-. open such an account even If your affairs are not !aikwill grow all right. l'Mr The Garrard Bank & Trust Copipnry V The Central Record, Thursday, December 14, ! w rear, the .t.ml.rd remrtlrfur nil hln tse.lMeaiMtllM. Yournionrr t bolll rinr. not Ulna ou SS.".11? MM! Atk for 13 CARDS. OHlce THE INTERMINABLE DAVIS FAMILY Tlity All Drfradml lh Family I fonor By M. QUAD D.D.D. Eczema for alto about D. D. D. jPrcscr.n'.IiiH rtllrromlUh. Dr. Wm. D. Pryor, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. at llalney a Livery Cofirrlaht, McClurt Hymllrat. Ntpar br ISIS, III Sep. II. K. McHnbcrts. Lancaster. Ky, uinciinicr, Stable. Kentucky - tt. W. ilartnw. Or minute Optlclm (IL..C rilltil K.mf.ctloii (lu.r.iilrr.1 J.E. EDWARDS, Phone 391-M M.D BUCKEYE, KY. Honaker Fine Cut Flowers. John M. McRoberts. H. J. PATRICK, Dentist. Kentucky. Paint Liok, John JI. Casey, I). V. M. ear' Veterinary Surgeon. Ormlunte "I think, sub," mtil Colonel VciinMo "Hint tlio oddest oirriciKc a dncINt ever liml occurred In me n year nftor I illil not know Mnjnli Dm Is tlio h utilll atter pence ciimo. TIiimi Ik-- can' to net Up In Hip town nhcrn I Hied. "The mnjpiti liml n good record nn n soldier, nml It happened Hint tommo friends. Tim first time I n him I noticed Unit tlpi lobe nf hl right ar was partly pme, nml I made up my mlml Unit ii bullet liml Indicted the damaue. Of co'se I ilMn't refer to tt, ii ml It win a couple of years liefo' iiimlp any explanation. Uno ilny n tip sat In my olllce-- lip imiilp nunc nllu-Ioto hi. falling Klelit nml added : "Colimpl Yctiahlcn. lliiTc was n limp anil It was not lung nen ttint I li.nl Hie I think I liml the iKlit "f nn iiisIp. pnlr of 7p tn flip I'nlUil KlalfH.' iiihiIp miino Hpnirliitp rfply. mid "I lie went mi. "'Colonel, I'll ti'll Jim how kikhI my eyp wprp nml nn If jnn won't In- At tlio Imttlp of CitUr Mountain l niit ou my homp illrirlloir the operation of my regiment when I w a Yankee aolillpr trolilo tree lialf n mile nwny While 1 nnlcheil blm he drew tip his gun nml nltneil nt me. 1 naw Hint lio nlmeil to put n lull-le- t lietwern my Mlml you. colonel, I unw all thin n plain nn I xee yoti. I couM not flinch liefo" my reel-men- t, nml I had to alt In iny nailille and annlt my doom. After n few ace-omIII I anw Clin wnn illarhnrKeil. tin? Iiullet eomliis alralght for me. nnd I nntchrd tt nnlll It nnt nltliln two feet of my head. Then I dodged ta the left lo nvohl It. I.tit I did not dndce tilte far enonch. nml nn a conce-iiiencthe titlllet alrnck the lolf of my Paine I ick. Friday. Mrs. Hetty Grliirs Is In Lancaster. tne guest or Miss Maggie. Hrown. Mntlames K. I Woiali and It, 0. Woods were ahopping In Danville last Messrs Woods Walker and It. J Wa. ker snent Thursday and r'riilav at 'Smlthdeld Ky. Mr, and Mrs. W. D. Logsdon motored llnwn frnm lfrn.fiaM nr.l c.h.I... with Mr. and Mrs. Tom Logsdon. Mr. John McWhorterof Crab Orchard was the gjest of Mr E. (J. McWhorter ' and Mrs. A. It. Estridge on Sunday, j First patent Hour in sacks or barrels. Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. Itev. Hamilton of Ilerea will address the people on the Temperance question at the Christian church on the evening of Dec. IBth. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Guyn were call, ed to Klchmond Saturday and Sunday by the death of Mrs. Guyn's sister, Mrs. Lewis Ross. The bazaar given by the members of the Nickel Club on last Saturday was quite a success. The display of fancy work was exceptionally pretty and everything sold readily. On account of the inclement weather a very small crowd came out to hear Kev. Lie re s lecture on "Humbugs and Meddlers", but those who braved the weather felt amply renald for any in convenience. I tit ey, Until you serve it, you will never know how much pleasure coffee can give A million other women have learned what good coffee means they hnve solved this question in their homes for all time. coffee, the coffee itself must be right. Th2 know now that to get good I'iiicinnnti Veterinary College. KENTUCKY. pANVILLK. J. A. Beazlev PUNERBL DIRECTOR Ofllc Ovr National Hunk. Kc.idenc i'hone 3. OITice I'lione 27 LANCASTKlt. KY. Indeed womlrrfcil.' I thinking tin lm.l drlnklnc too tnticli nnd wna Inclined to lioaat. ninjnti vent on, 'I "'Vea, nh.' the aw Hip bullet every foot of the uny, anl that'a how ko-i- I my ejet were. I'm rather nfrald Hint they are losltnc their alcht. nlthoiish I aaw a lilrd the other dny which naa at lent flylnc a mile lilRh.' " Then aurely, ninjah, jonrejea limit l all right, You nrp the only man I ever WCt who had aeeu n bullet In lla wn "Tlmt Tncre nrc hundreds of varieties of coffee grown. The coffee itself must be put up by men who know coffee. Arbuckles' Coffee is. It is put up by Arbuckle Bros., the greatest coffee merchants in the world. There is more of it sold they can afford to give you the biggest vult-- j for your money. And no matter how good coffee itself is, if it isn't well taken care of, it makes a poor drink. Arbuckles' Coffee is put up in sealed, packages, carefully wrapped to protect it from moisture, dirt and store odors. It arrives in your kitchen with all its original strength and flavor. dust-pro- of SYCAMORE VALLEY. J. H. Clark sold a pair of mules last week to J. A. Simpion for $200. Mr and Mrs Tom Pollard spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Ham Aldridge. Mrs. I, em Mathews spent a very enjoyable day Friday with Mrs Simpson. Mrs Robt Shearer was the guest ot her mother Mrs A. U. Hrown Saturday. Mrs Elzina Kay returned home Sunday after a week! visit with Mrs Will Fain. Mesdames Thos Naylor and Maggie Tracey were guests Friday of Mrs. W. is. urow. Mesdames Sim and Jchn Clark visited Mrs Lucy Hollman at Marksbury, last Monday. Mrs Will Whittakcr and daughter. were guests of Mrs John Duncan and family last week. Miss Nora Clark, one of the "Hello" girls of Lancaster, was with the home- tolks for the week end. Cremo Dairy Feed will make your cows give more milk. It is a balanced ration of merit. For sale by Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. Mrs Margaret Kuhlman of Lowell moved in with her brother, J. D. Naylor, last week. Her many old friends are glad to welcome her in their midst fllsht.' than any other coffee that is why Three Brown Manley CULTIVATORS to close out at cost. G. C. COX. m Manse.Kv mm "Hut uinybe yoti don't tielleve my atnlement, colonel,' he retorted. " 'Why, aa you nay you aaw the bullet I am liound to believe you, nlttiouch It win a rare thing. I myself hate arm cannon ball Hying nliout.' "'Vr., uh, I aaw that bullet, and tbe man who aaja I didn't mean to Intuit inc. "I tried to turn the cuuteMatloii Into other chnuiielH, but the majuli wan and perveme and would imt have It. After a mlnuto or tno he '"(oloncl Venahlen, watit a dlr-c- t nmwer fnmi you. Ho you believe Hip atateluelit I made or do you notV "'You might bale iKinlbly been ml., taken, majuli,' I replleil. 1 Have in your home the enjoyment of drinking the coffee which, of all the coffees in America, is the most popular! Solve your coffee problem in the identical way a million other women have. Serve Arbuckles' Coffee tomorrow know how much pleasure coffee can give. 4& aid' THE. STORE FOR H. K. Denny and W. A. Wheelei Doctors Of Denial Surftry. UHc Horlii.i ntilMiDSoT.t Hufl A Audrl on', iirmtnit iMoir . KKNTUCKY. UNCASTKIi, TREES Tres Shrubs, uraoe Vines, Rhubarb. Asoaraqus, (Snnlen. Write for free Cutnlogue No Atlts Fruit and Shade Roses, Phlox, Peonies Everything fur Orchnril. Uiwn and H.F.Hillenmeyer Lexington, If li. JOHN & Sons. 1910 Kentiirky. WHITE & CO, LOUIBVILLl, KY. Literal and lull vanw M' ortmnt la enough, colonel.' he atltlly hp rino lip. '1 "III aend a friend to you, mill!' 'There It u plain and atrulght, and within tun houra the detnlla of ii duel had liecn iirriinged. Wo met and fought Hip lie it morning. Tlio majah wan n noilco with the rapier, a'ud 1 could halo run hint Hiruiigli within a minute. 1 did not Mi him any hurt, honeier. I let him off with n aerated, utid e went our wnjs. We would prohiihly hale frlcndi ngiilu. hut within two week he caught the ly. pku fever nnd within u few d.ija wiia deail. After iilmnt Ihreo inoiitha n tranger entered my olllcp one ilny and aid that he had couio to clinlleiige lue with it duel. "Why, man, I never even w your faro liefoT I leplled. "'Milt I ii in n brother of .Majali P.i vl( wIiomi j on fought a few iuouiIh ago. You iiiut give mo MitNfiictlou.' "Accoitltu; to the code of houiili, If you foughl ii duel with n mull hli rein tires cuiild take It up n long n they lated. If Uio niajiih's In other thought that nny tain had rextod uihui hU tec-or- d he hud ii right to challenge lue. 1 elected pNtoN, nnd when we met tn tlio gnivp I pent u bull through hU khoulder, nml hit bullet grazed my hip. anld a "That Men's Gifts Very Christmassy tttlrtH again. Mr. It. C. Clark and family, Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Clark and son Earl, and Miss Ida Hurte spent a very pleasant day Sunday with Mr, Jim Clark and daughters. Mr. Dradley Long, who has been un- lru der treatment of a specialist in Lex ington for several months, made another trip to that city last Saturday. To the delight of his mother and many friends the doctor pronounced his condition wonderfully improved. Snnb Tt'.c: ffllntljta in thp nir ' that" " TVTrrTz jr Feel-ingsr Melody the Harmony of Human Music of a Million Souls. SANTA WILL HAVE NO TROUBLE IN Colds should bs "nipped In the bud", for ii allowed to run unchecked, serious results may follow. Numerous cases of consumption, pneu"-monia, fatal diseases, can cd back to a cold. At the first sign o( a cold, protect yourself by tnoroujr.iy cleansing your system with a few doses of HAKINGfflS xfurs and Goal Bala III., "In about fou' neektiiiotlier btruuger entered my otljce. Ills name wui ln-vand he wan n brother to Hit' lust one, nml ho had rouio upon the name errand. There wus no hard feelings. Wo apoko very pleanantly, and I agreed SELECTIONS HERE FOR THE MEN FOLKS. Jaff arson School . f Law. - ,i r il.i ll ouri . f CUM? iLAu 'tuU, I HIGHEST PRICES PAID K.mlil.ac. M.il.d on D.f SLipm.al I. K..tiT.d No Commission to Pay Weil, for Hrlc. U.I oJ Shipalas T. ho challenge from lilui, 1 time, nnd we thl wounded each other, lio went awny I carried my arm In u allug liouie, nnd fo' thutf or fou' weeks. Then, auli, came tlio fourth Havln. lio was a brother to the others mid a lino rpokeu mun. I could not refufco his retpieat, ui ho hud uiiiile u Journey of titty miles lo uukii It. I returned to pistols this time, and I wounded him lu the side, nnd ho wounded mo above tho right knee. "It was perhaps three months when tho ftftli Davis brother inudo his cull. When he had Introduced himself I was so surprised that I called out: "'Heavens, man. tiavo you come about that old dtieU' "Willi a smllo ho replied that ho had and that lio hoped I would giro tilui lo nccept I rapier Overcoats.Suits, Bath Umbrellas, Canes, Robes, House Coats, Silk Shirts, Neckties, Shoes, Slippers and Initial Handkerchiefs Silk Sox and Gloves. Bags. THE GIFT HE WILL MOST THEDFORD'S APPRECIATE IS SONE WHERE IN OUR STORE. the old reliable, vegetable 'iver powder, Mr. Chas. A. Ragland, Heights. Va., says: "1 have been using Thed-ford- 's Ulack-Uraug- ht PARKS ft lor HENDREN Incorporated. CO. M. Sabel & Sons iMMtM list luuff'M LOUISVILLE. KY. early satisfaction. " 'Is tbero no cud to tho Davis broth en?' I politely asked. "He told uio tliat tbero were tbrea luoro to come, and, would you bellove It, sub, I was obliged to fight them alll" Wear For Young Men And Men Who Stay Young. DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. stomach troubles, indiges tion, and colds, and find It to be the very best medicine I ever used. It makes an old man feel like a young one." Insist on Thedlord's, the U-original and genuine. --7 V The Central Record, Thursday, December 14,1916. j ml a Kwtt'd Miy townrd lil lenclior, no ln a lesson iilioiit n dog mid In get Miint expression from him. Klip tnlked nl.oiit tlio dog In tlio loiiri-- . Ipld Mm Hint kIic liked a ttlR. Vowst Startling Preference. fold Just alnrted In school SECRETARY RED BAKER LIKES CROSS SEAL IDEA surly. Mack dog lift, and then naked whDt kind of dog I"' Hked tfMt.- She wiit. rtrnsldernhly surprised When lie wnoiirrod, "flrrcn ones." Mechanics In Medicine. has hoeii uniply tloinonMnited mul rthe rr.wwio' of henllng Is coming til ri .KarA rllfi lucreiislng fnvor the aid The device. by liiechanlriil jvlctnn, In private practice, find It iciMAlM-n- t lo meet I lie udvancc nmdo (aMitutioiis and tlit result Is Hint the utv.ee of tlio modern phylcl:iti Is oni!ni! more Bnd more to resemble a i.vni.lilne simp, Just as tlio hospital. jtiHi Mitintiirium ure being gnidunlly rourertcd Into health factories. 1 fhe value of mil linntrs In incdl-cin- e Wants His Children ts Bseoir.e Parti Fight. ntri.ln N'ew(ou I). Ilaker, Secretary of War, Is an rnthtKtnst In the use of Ited Cros Cfiri'tmas Bonis. A year afro, when he wai still Mayor of Cleveland, he wnitp to the IngHe of that city ns follow"I endow inyrlieek for ?.?S for thU yenr'H Senl and n'so my iirdcr for PoaN for 10HI. No other one thlni: nieiiix hi tuiirh to life, henltti anil h.ip plnes of t tin ienplo nf riovcllind fl Tlio the HeM n,Tiilnt ttihercnhwN. the people of Clexplniid In glvlne them thU opportunity to Join their forces In a preat ratine. Fenlst to "t'lense send twenty-fiveach of my children. .dilre them Hetty. Jnds ami IVwy linker. reec-tlrely- . nt uiy Utmre. ISSt Crawford Itind. I wint them each to put reaU mi each of their Christina preeiit.-- so that they will learn that they. too. arc partners In the romniniilty burden and share tlip romniniilty opportunity." Have you Imuctit jour Red Cro't Seal' anil shouldered thereby your ot the community burden n?d . e i OPENING SALE DEC 4th, AVERAGED FOR THE DAY $17.66 Per Hundred NO CROP AVERAGED LESS THAN $14.55 PER 100 ,BS. j NO BASKET SOLD FOR LESS THAN $10.00 PER 100 LBS Records of a few stiles: Knr.utznr &. f.eairiie U oITerlnc privilege to Gayhnrt. 3185 pounds nt 520.25 Totnl $705.81. Jones nnd Kelly of Paint Lick, 2G15 pounds at 10.50 Total 110.31. Mason, Richardson Sc Sowers COO pounds at 20.18 Tolnl $181.00 17.00 Tola) Waller Dennett (180 pounes nt 802.34 Tobacco is Keeping Pace With the High Cost or Living at COMMISSIONER'S THE HOME TOBACCO WAREHOUSE Incorporated. SALE OF LAND. GARRARD 33. CIRCUIT COURT. GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. rard Circuit Court, rendered at the .November Term I916, the undersigned Adrian Metcatt's Admr. Plaintiff. Commissioner will cell at public auction VS. to the highest and best bidder, on the Adrian Metcalf's (Irs, et al. Defts. premises near iiuena Vista and about and four anJ one half miles from Bryants' Plaintiff, ville Ky, at 2 o clock P. M. or there- - A. Smith, About a on Plaintiffs l. VS. Defendants II. C. Ruble, et al Consolidated Cases and Pills, G. W. Calebb'a Admr et al, VS. Defts. Dora Calebbs el al, Pursuant to a judgment of the Gar- J. Thistler. et COMMISSIONER'S i FARMER'S COLUMN rfpacs below Richmond, Kentucky. bull calves. Phone 374-- .SALE 0FLAND. For Sale: Two thorobred Hereford Weight 400 to 600 pounds. A. Owen. Crab Orcha'rd, Route 2. ' PROGRAM BV J. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 30, I9lil, the real estate mentioned in the pleac- Bigs ana aescrlueu as lullows. .in liarrurU County, Ky., at Buena ViaU, beginning at an ami slump, line of J. iv. acott, a corner to M. b. omitii now Poor, on the land now herein con vyed; thence N. 89 V D7.7 poles to a atone in tne lines ol 11. a. smith, now four, a corner to Murgaret Robinson; thence N V poles lo a stone In the ulu Jlarrcdiburg Dirt Road; thence 63 J E . 10.4 poles to the Bryaiilrville and laiuitun 1 urnpike Koad; inenco N u2 L. al J jwles; thence N C8 E 41.1 poles N SUL 15 poles to the Northwest corner ot the Methodist parsonage, but directly opposite Northwest comer of store room, on the Bryantsville and C'ar.e Hun Turnpike Road; thence S 80 E 2J Doles S 62 W 1 pole; thence S 8 E I poles; thence N 80 b 1 1 poles; thence ii 7KJ iKXes to the center of the Bry- jantavill" and rork Dirt Road, corner to theiaod conveyed by C. J. Spillmen to -- J. C. England; thence S 2j W 27 poles .to the beginning, containing 93 1 acres. .The purpose ot this sale is to aatialy J. Thistler for $1801.48 f Vibe debts witii invrest at 0 per cent, from Jan. .1. tJl 4aolebt of Citizens Bank of daurjrjn Ky for $1601.48 with interest at 6 percent from Jan. 1st 1910". also the Jt5M.pa Fuller for $1861.48 with interest at 6" par cent from Jan. 1st, IMfyuntil paid, and the .further settle the estate of G. W. raefebi, deceased, and pay the cost of 4hl action. TERMS. Tha property will be sold on u credit nd t lx Will twelve months and the be required to execute bonds With approved security, due in six and twelve months respectively, and bearing interest at the rate of six per cent per annum from date until paid, having the force and effect of a judgment upon which execution may issue, payable to W. II, Brown. Master Commissioner of the Oarrurd Circuit Court, and a lien will be reserved upon the pioperty sold .until all the purchase money is paid. V. JI. BROWN, M. C. G. C. C. of. jB8 V wan Hi fl sULKfJ TV iv .mmc. i II UliOAftrtLO.'! HOW FAP in t!ie your home-i-s next room. Thlr means pronip-- t assistance, relief from pain, tii'e saved. Arc you going to 1st another day go by without a telephone in your home? Why takes chances? The cost is trifling the service to Drop a card today to you-priccles- ? "With a UlsrA.oM: In SHOULD SUDDJJ'LYSTillKE !3 T!'E DCCTU.'J V VS. Liberal reward square thru mi'take. Louise Louis, et al. Defendants. Kcoan, frintcnarsr if returned to J. M. Wheeler, good milk cows. 12-FOR SALE-T- wo (Consolidated Cases). Lancaster Ky. Route 1. Itoht. Iturnside. j Pursuant to a judgment rendered at Fresh and young. Free, a lot of wood to any one who the November Term, 1910, the undersigned Commissioner will sell at public will haul while ground i lirm For Sale or Rent 1J acres of auction to the highest and best bidder proved land. 0. W. Estes. before the Court House door In LanJ. W. Sanders, Judon. ivy. FOR SALE:-- A Keenwood Stump caster. Ky, at 11 o'clock, A. M. or thereabouts, on FOR SALE-Sev- en shoals, weight puller. Good as new and will sell cheap. MONDAY, DECE.MUEK 2Stli, 191C. Ollie Johnson. 3t. about 60 pounUs. it being the first day of the Garrard W. II. Griggs ,R. R. 3, Lancaster. good )earling FOR SALE:-Ex- tra County Court Term the real estate W. L. King, mentioned in the pleadings and desmare mule. Fort SALK- -A No. 1 White Holland cribed as follow: Paint Lick, Route ;t. Phone 378-Gobbler. In Garrard County, Kentucky, on the waters of White Lick Creek and is in Mrs. J. G. Bumside For Sale. three different tracts, which are desi cribed as follows: For Sale A few more extra nice Good two room cottsge on (Iruit 1st Tract. Beginning at a stone in Single Comb White Leghorn roosters. property. Must be moved at once or line to Parker Anderson and Jonathan Mrs. John Doty, Marksbury Ky. torn down. H. I) Elmore. Creech; thence with Creech S 86 E 13.65 chains S 65 E 1 chain to a stake, I N 89 E 2.25 chains to a Rent for the year 1917. a house For corner to same. and plgJ and 17 ahosts For Sale;-Sopoint in a blutf N 9 E 4.06 chains to and 15 acres if grass, and 20 acre,' t T. W. Conn. I the edge of the clitl S 43$ E 5.08 chains t put (n wheat. , to a stake and corner to snme and Parj. r. ionn, i For Sale; One Jersov cow and calf; ker Anderson; thence with his line S V. no 1 Lancaster. Ky. 77 W 10.05 chains to a point in branch; R. also two good cows, will be fresh in a tbt nee uu same and with its meanders S. G. Haseldn. Bronze tur- few days. I have a few Mammouth 8 chains to a point in said branch S 3J E and corner to same; thence leaving said keys frr sale. branch N 87J V 11.82 chains to an ash, CuRivated Hemp Seed for sale. Mrs. H. V. Swope, corner to same, N 7i E 13 08 chains to Phone 37-G. A. Swinebroad. BryantsviMe Exchaneg. beginning, containing 20.95 acres. the 2nd. Tract: Beginning at a stake in White Lick Creek, corner to John Davis; thence down said Creek N 34 W aV99aC3aVRtaMR3MVaVi'3aflS9aff 24.90 poles, N 2J W 20 poles N 65 W 42 poles to a stake in said creek, corner to the Ilest Heirs, S 771 Fred Yeakey-an- d W 74 poles to a stake in JdcCormlck up said branch with its Branch; thence meanders S 4 E 20 poles S 32 E 33.30 Doles to a stake In the brunch, N 88 W 47 poles to a small ash, corner to Eliss Smith, S 82 W 30 oles to a stake, cor- IX ner to J. U. Creech: thence with nid Creech the following courses and dis tances S 1U W 48 60 imlea S 4S K 1 pole . S 71 E 5 oles N 87 E 6S poles to n black walnut corner to same, S 77 E 8 poles to h point in branch; thence up said branch S 11 E 15 poles S 4 E 9 les S 25 W 7.2 poles poles S 1 W 10 to a stake corner to John Creech and Davin; thence with siiid Davis N John 89J E85J oles to the beglnning.contsln-in- g in trie Nis 1 and 2. the said two trfcto Ijnlninir, nbnut 100 acres. 3rd. Tract, la tbe one half of a Si acre tract of knob land conveyed to Win. liiguiubdlhain's lietrs by loui- muaiuner's deed beuring date August 10. 1893, and recorded in tne. UvrK's Dice of (iarrurd County in Deed Moon No 6. at imge 458, hnd the buunuary Ile- of the whole tract is a follows; ifinnimr at the corner ot tlio duuer: thence ttltli llu- dower line S 35 E 75 (ols to a while oak, corner to iluwer.N 55J E 82.25 poles to a white oak, cornut. it. iIim ulrl (Imvpr line. ' t.". W 73 poles to 2 young chestnut oaks, corner ! to Holcomu 5 joj w rat poles n ine FOR SALE. Mr W. D. Walker has this hcadincts for tti exclu-ir- e some nice While Leghorn roosters he dm otonrurmertnbterUwrt. and ( for will sell you worth the monev. he ol ilock.ciain ami aueh lhiti ou larm at (be tarmtr cannot afTont lo adttr-llie- . Lost: On October Court dy I laid No notles wltt be accrptei orer lour llnva. anil will bannlvlu two luitpt nl lie a raincoat in a buggy, on the public ilt PAINT LICK HIGH SCHOOL Friday Evening, Dec. 22nd at 7:30 o'clock. MUSIC: in, I 'Qfe Afflicted Family - OR - A Doctor' Without a DiplomaA FARCE COMEDY, IN FOUR ACTS. CAST OF CHARACTERS. C. Crotchet, a retired merchant, sick In the spleen, . B Frizzv, a barber, addicted to bad scrnp s, . Dr. G. Linton, a practical physieisn. troubled with patients, I Staple, a young merchant, subject to bsshfulnrss , Clarence, a student, inclined to ale, . John Henry, a man servant, with nothing to , . Amis Parttt, C. A. J. ItT Ralaton. Chester Metrslf. Coleman A no Id Morris Told. Logan Wert t. Seizer. a constable, used to take away had effects, Mrs. Crotchet, an Invalid, ill with nervousness affected with love a,!eerrnieet,Ur' Dorothy, a maiden aunt, afflicted with deafness Betty, a maid servant, suffering out of sympathy for Friuy ACT. I. The invalid's Home. ACT II. A Barber's Scrape. ACT III. A I.over'a Luck. ACT IV. A Sure Cure. Maurlne Sadie Ralston. g,'. Mcljru-- l Ora Estridge. J 9K3aV9aV I 9 !P3I JabttL X ZEKT Cr Ml TOBACCO - - TO - - ft ft I ' LANCASTER TOBACCO WAREHOUSE STANFORD, STREET ft ft ft ft ft J beginning, containing 37 acres to be equally divided, line commenciig on Ilolcunio h iiiih lunniiiK n .j r. i back line or cut Ide line of llulconib tiart. the half of sumo that lulus the widow's dower is the half belonging to the grantors herein, there Is however, to be deducted from the Adrian Met- calf tisct hIx acres that have hereto fore been deeded and conveyed bv the deceased Adrian Metcalf to J. li. day of Creech by deed dated , and rcorded In the Garrard ly , ollice in Deed Hook County Clerk's together and tract I, I I ati I I s., tract . iNO. v. 1 anul no, i- aiinsirAtelv. The purpose oi me raie is 10 ituie the estate ol Aurian Aieicau, ueceaseu, 1... win uc ..t.l suiu No. 3 will be sold r. . ...Hi C, A. A?e Speith Company MANAGERS. BASTE TELEPHONE COMPANY TERMS; Thn uronf rlv will be sold unon a ere dit of six and twelve months and the purchaser or purchasers will be required to execute bond with annroVed security for the purctiase money, uue in six ana twelve montns respectively, anu near-In- ? interest at the rate of fdx per cent per annum from date until paid, having th force and etrec.of a judgment, upon whi' h execution may issue, payable to W, It. Brown. Master Commlasioner Garrard Circuit Court and a lien will be reserved upon the property sold until i the purcnaie money is piu. W. II. I1IIOWN, M. C. G. C. C. J. E. Itohlnion, Att'y for Pllf. and have a representative call and tell you how little it costs to have a telephone in your house. Western Electric TELEPHONES ou bestjicrvlctj guarantee I I I ft ft I Pay Highest Market Prices. Unload the Same Day. No Commission Charged.. Phone 30b. Also Branch House, at MORELAND, KY. r a mm- - - , it XKtr