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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): December 28, 1916 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1916 cen1916122801_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 28, 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. 1 THE CENTRAL RECORD. TWENTY SEVENTH TEAR. LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERN60N, DECEMBER 28, 1916. Nice store room NUMBER 39. fjr rent. W. T. West. BRINGS & COMMUNITY JOY EVERT TO TREE. FROM Just to wish you the Cotton need meal for sale. Hudson. Hughes CHILDREN lis P Farnau. - NEIGHBORHOOD. Seasons Insure with side line agents, then 1,200 Packages Delivered And ManjSib- See the dlf- Insutance with Gaines. slanlial Gifts To Poor. Churchfereisk! Flour in sack and barrels. gradu only. Hudson, Hughes Highest & Karr.au. es Also Celebrate. Greetings Md to extend the hope thatlthe coming year of prosperityZmay be yours In bountiful measure. Thanking you for your pas favors, we await your future commands with great pleasure. The Community Chrii tmas tree entered Itag burning, smelling smoke, causes Into by practically every citizen of the no uneasiness when Insured with town and quite a number from the county, brought happiness and joy to Ualnes. tlio hearts and homes of over twelve Cremo Dairy Feed Is the best feed hundred children, to say nothing of the that ever went Into a cow. tt will more substantial necessities which make your cow give more milk. For were distributed to the needy and poor. sale onlv by Hudson, Hughes & Farnau Six crates of oranges, two barrels of apples, 400 pounds of candy and 200 pounds of i.utu were distributed to the BAPTIST CHURCH. children, giving each child an orange, Preaching at the IUntl.it church next an apple, about one-hal- f pound candy Sunday mornm? and evening bv A. J. and some nuts. The lights In the park which so gorgeously illuminate the tree Clere. Kverybody invited. were turned on promptly at 5:30 o, clock and simultaneously began the carols, W. C. T. U. sung by 100 children, led by Mrs. May Miss Helen Gill will entertain the' Hughes Noland, in the balcony of the Loyal Legion at her residence on Stan- court house. The public square and ford street next Saturday afternoon, the court house was packed with men, women and children, the latter being at ;30. lined up, two abreast and marched We take this opportunity to thank you for favors shown us during the past year. We value your patronage highly and will do all we can to merit your continued good will. With most cordial holiday greetings, CONN 11 BROS. GOOSE DINNER. LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. H1 tt The Kengarlan Hotel will follow its usual custom this year of nerving a Goose Dinner at twelve o'clock New Years Day. Owing to the popularity of this special dinner, those expecting to ho present should make reservations in advance. CARD OF THANKS. The Committee in charge of the Com munity Christmas Tree Celebration wishes to express Its thanks to the one hundred or more illizens of Lancaster who contributed money, work or dona lions by which hundreds of children of Garrard County were pleased and made happy. To the unselfish, whole hearted efforts of all of these is due the success of the entertainment." TO MY FRIENDS and CUSTOMERS Accept my thanks and appreciation for your liberal patronage during the past year. Hoping to be favored with a con-tinuance- of FIFTY YEARS HARRIED Judge and Mrs. E. W. Harris have been receiving congratulations from their numerous friends on the occasion of the fiftieth anniversitv of their marriage, which was last Christmas day. The celebration of the happy event was very informal and only their Immediate family being present. No better pec pic live aiid have more friends than Judge and Mrs Harris, all of vhom join with the'Record In wishing them many more years of matrimonial bliss. your business and wishing you a'Happy and Prosperous New Year, I am Yours Very Sincerely, through,the corridors of the building wtiere over one thousand children un dcr twelve years of age were handed a sack containing the candies, nuts, oranges and apples, during the entire time the Danville band composed of fourteen pieces was playing appropri ate airs, that added very much to the joyous occasion 'No more successful or philanthropic enterprise was ever undertaken before in this community and as a result, it seems to be the unanimous opinion of every one, that it should be permanent and the happy celebration be held every Christmas. Lancaster and community fairly outdid herself this Christ.nus. Never before has the entire city joined hands in such a charitable undertaking. Not only this, but the churches of the city had their Christmas trees and some distributed "white gifts" and every precaution was taken by them to see that none of the needy of the community were overlooked. Songs, carols and recitations wero held during the celebrations at these churches and altogether it has been a joyous Christmas indeed. HASELDE1N BROS. Special Price During Jan uary and February on COURIER-JOURNA- L "SAFETY FIKST"-rI- n transferinc your Insurance, get with Gaines. COMIC $4. A YEAR. OPERA. Give us Your Subscription. r tE Theo Currey. mma mm ma Help Some One To Happiness. On Saturday night at the Opera House will be presented a comic opera by a cast of well known Richmond people. The cast is made up of forty people, all well known In Lancaster. The MULES SELL WELL. cast includes; Misses Dorothy Perry. There were "many mules of many Josephine Barlow, Ixmise Terrill, Anna kind and manv buyers of many mind" Ware Cbenault, Julia Higgins, and on.our streets last Monday, itbeingthe Messrs Cecil Simons, Edwin Phelps. regular county court day. The mules William Uurnam and Dr. Zinkr. The were late arriving, but the buyers were play is given for the benefit of the here early and kept a sharp lookout for Kichmond Associated Charities. every hybrid that appeared on the iVVcRoberts Drugstore street. Having so much Christmas in our heel, we were unable to get all the sales, as quite a number changed hands that we were unable to get. J. M. Cress sold a nice pair of horse mules to Hilly Kobinson of Iloyle, for $315; Geo, I). Robinson sold to same party a nice mare mule for K!7.QO. Wilson Ltranden burg bought one of I'oole Perkins, for $1G5; Center Itros sold one pair to Hilly Kobinson, for $370 and another pair to same party for $327.00; also a pair to Cull Henry, price $315, and a pair to Frank Kobinson for $420. Center llros also bought a young mule of Will Clark for $150. GREEN CLAY WALKER Asks For Endorsement As County Attorney The card to the Democrats of Gar rard county from Mr G. C: Walker, our present County Attorney, appeurs in this article and came as no surprise to his friends, who believe that his services should be rewarded by nominating him for another term. Mr Walker has made a cplendid record, looking well after the interests of the aounty as well as those of the Commonwealth without fear or favor. His card follows We are authorized to announce Green Clay Walker a candidate for the Democratic nomination tor County Attorney, subject to the action of the primary, August 1917. 0 111 i Romans Opera House 4 SHE -- Saturday, Dec 30th. Richmond?s Big Musical Comedy OF - Horses and " Vehicles LAWSON SALE. last Thursday, although the weather was bad and the d&v n cold one a large crowd was on hand. It is the unanimous opinion of every one present that it was the best conducted sale ever held Jin the countv and good prices were realized for everything that was put unuvr the hammer of that champion auctioneer, Cupt. A. M, Itourne. The hospitality of Mr. Lawson and his son and partner, Uruce, wero commented upon by all, and the happy way in which they looked after the comforts of those present brought forth many Plenty' compliments from the people. of burgoo, colfee and othersubstantials were had in abundance and the burgoo was pronounced the best ever. Some of the prices realized tor live stock were, two Jersey cows, $42. and $13.25; Three weanling cajves $19.50 to $20.25; three brood sows $02.00; nine shoata $3.75 per head; five 2 yearling old cattle $0.75 per hundred; 12 year ling cattle $36 80 'a heal; sows and pigs $33; 5 thin calves, $21. a head; weanling colt $50.00; brood mare $53.00; Jersey heifer, $33.00; 23 head of sheep $15. a head; corn $1.77 a barrel in the crib; timothy hay, from $9, to $14. a shock. Implements and other things sold well. A Day, At Coney Island Direction Jean Jordan The sale of W. L. Lawson and son, took pi lice as advertised ut the farm TO DEMOCRATS OF GARRARD COUNTY; hereby announce myself as a candidate for the democratic nomination for County Court Clerk forlGarrard county-Ksubject to the democratic primary In waking to be held In August J1917. the peoplo for this Important alike, I do so, fully realizing the responsibilities' of the oillco and tho importance to the taxpayers, und land owners and I desire to assure you that it) you elect me to this oillco that I will fulfil the duties nccording to the law of the land, manner, in n careful and conscientious always having your interests at heart, by doing my duty as it should be done. As to my record as a democrat, I point you to my friends with whom I have labored for the past tweny veers, and who will tell you that I have always been willing to do all In my power for I ask the party and its nominees. your careful consideration of my candidacy, and I hope to see as many of the voters as possible between this time and the August erimary. I have served as Deputy In the office and thoroughly understand the duties thereRespectfully, of. I Having decided to close out my livery business, I will sell at public auction Monday, January 1st, AT ONE O'CLOCK. 37 SO -- PEOPLE IN THE CAST--5- 0 the following: Five horses, 1 extra team of mules, 164 hands high, 1 five year old mule hands high, 2 farm wagons, 3 drummer wagons, 1 surrey, 3 buggies, bug gy and wagon harness, about 50 barrels of corn and Composed of the best talent of Richmond Including Billy Broadus. li Benefit of Charity. Tickets 25 and 50 Cents. Tickets on sale at McRoberta Drug Store. Buy Now and Wear a Tag. other things. TERMS: All sums under $10. cash, over that amount, a credit of 12 months with good note. ' H. D. LEE. . S5fi W. A. DOTV. Am Bourne, Auctioneer. The CentralJRecord, Thursday, Decemberf28, 1916. mw f it vi f or n ur ur n d Scientific Farming SOIL CONDITIONS FOR ALFALFA Succeed With This Crop In Moist Climates. (Prepared by Unltf J Statrs d partnwnt of agriculture. While alfalfa ha shown n remark-kbl- o Difficult l 1 ' THE OPENING SALE AVERAGED, FOR THE DAY af M SCIENCE OF AOniCULTUnC. NO CROP AVERAGED $17.66 Per Hundred LESS THAN $14.55 PER 100 LBS. NO BASKET SOLD FOrflESS THAN $10.00 PER 100 LBS In an address I'rinldetit (,ir 1 m ti field once truly raid. Hf "At tho head of all the sclciiera ft Mf anil arts, at mo nrau m rlvlllrs a tloiianiipnmn'w.aiancuMtml Mf larlnui, tho science that kills, n,,r Hf couimcrce, the eclenco Hut ac 1 Uf cumulates wealth, but (j mother of all Industry --3 M ture, the mo msinininer 01 iiuumn M tt ami I t Vt lire." Mf Mf SalcJ close for holidays, Friilny, Dec 22nd, nntl open Wednesday December 27th, 1010. A FEW SALES DURING THE WEEK. i Morning side nt Home House December 27lh. V f ft' !lf Vt It Mf l f f ft W 't ability to adapt Itself tn various rllniatos nnd conditions, It Injured by high temperatures combined wltli much mnltturo In the ntmophcre. It Is not ensy to succeed with this crop In molt rllmatos, such ns the eastern I'nltcd State, except where soil condition nre favorable. Marked success lias lieen obtained In certain section' of the south wliero (ho uvcrnRo rainfall fifty Inches. To aid fanners who wish to rafco nlnierldlnti. falfa east of the nlncty-tlftl- i which ruin from atiout the middle of Minnesota to the lino between Toxa and Ioulslnnn, II. I.. Westover, one of tlio forage- crop Investigators if the bureau of plant Industry, I'lilted State 12 department of agriculture, jiml II. II. s - Tussey Brothers, 1970 pounds nt ?22.58 Total M45.99. 835 pounds nt 22.12 Totnl 180.18. Lljje Long 2815 pounds nt $21.17 Totnl $012.01 PROPER WINTER ST0RAGt May J.W.Smith, Dronddus & Agcc 2115 ikuiiics nt Humc & Kenrns, 1200 pounds nt $19.57, Totnl 19.G7 Totnl, U230 We will be open to receive tobneco during the holidays nt nny time. THE HOME TOBACCO WAREHOUSE Incorporated. CO. Da Ktpt Fruits and Voatblaa Frah With Sptolal Cart. rorlfltll fnllt mi 1, .,.. f In np,1i.t 0 tablei inny U kept fresh and pn;eu' .. during the winter months knowleIgo Is In riipiMtlon and tJ care In order t have them Ihrli m thn New York I'venlng Tout. Tim jr t elieclally, with Its nbunrmat nti I soaring prices, it Mimtei of u who Iinve Iwti fort .nutf thii enough to provhlo a surplm to tiut Hki supply Is properly trtil and U,.t !lt I ,5 l fl " Richmond, Kentucky. H n n"tiri firiTTi imi i ii en nin tti rmrr fnnn nmn irrm inm ImfflmBmm 'l jatW'WwK 'affiSrr '!! 1i fSteiflPT "Lat 'jttjr' VC tpirljV - ' 'V 1 i- ' Ht'5f. J'li -- ' " j 'i l$3-- i fe mtmV IflSfeJ ,,ie nww youove unit notenow nu'ch more res- pectfully your creditors re- They like to do bumwlih a nun who Trwt Co. m H STUDY THESE SUGGESTIONS. 1. ij 4. 1; I J. Tay your bill by check, and hate ur wife paj herhtllehy Meck scheme. Nver lend art e.r to Follow some syarn in savins; IK. not be haphazard atiout It. Kent a safe deposit bux for year valuable ppor. Make fr- - ue of the up-- t date wrvirv we offer. Teach th child the valtx. c! monry h; KvlnK them an alloerance. Meet your friend at this bank for transacting intiertaat I I ' r'"- 'r!l ST STASIMIM WATBJl. j I 1 '"K'alM i ' They know he is doing business in lmHs. Mi open such p account even if your affair ar not large. .will grow all right. Htlr "Tmv tjfe Citizens National Bank or, ,. a 1 S.LL1 it U .'IrkV, ! In KrlcoJlonil win j The Garrard Bank a St Trust Company d KT. F. HUDSON. tVcsfclert i. 3. WALKER. W. A. ReBMBT. Aaa't Caah'r Jot J. WiJca, Ja., W. I'. CHAMP. taWr., B. Tic Pratt. t Yeung DIplesMt. Spire Mutt Go, Putting It Formally. Laes Hope Se. tlits (ttlou:' "The '"Be t Timing b.-- ererjr ! Dtpluatatlc little Heli wi flaying The The spire of the "M had Junt been reti.;tli trail drained, uo.m : the with her wati-- r end cutaln. The two) aajU with oi u church ta firv'. u Mi. C'ouu., wIiom1 proved nt the tul le. He couUnaed to fannfr will make from 14 required. l:t nut to ore best for al.'alfx but li vis. peak l the hlRlic pvlnt lfiwkcn New talk cheerfully, t' ugh f lnn af s lmfx that Iw'll not pat lunch d. !rKt Hm i Tork city out! JCen I.inlon. n. tleen fnthiT. After a,.. a,j.iej ,f xolllo-qu- bile." I u..,v te en soil f tlisost V est MHIt any uf Uie feel 111 the wrixur tank ThK j,,uan ludjr. :."ev.-r- . mtl fcegt by cnhdemiKHl. Tlie cliiiiih, li Is ;dtf. Is be turned t SioUir sad iir.e. from tandy or gnivelty ha. s t lie anreaiog tne.u fn.1 oucl!ltory c:.u.u i : : Tnnr busbuiid the richest !u Cottneitlcnt. Its spin" fall-- , doeaa't talk and set "Ut te bait title eHy j 1st he ivy ttttyx. Tlie proportia . it touch tUey do where o' S the highway- .- LoahiilHe Censter- - yn fiaj rtlih Amu. She' hnvttiij tbf !iaa)i and ptunnUlM eh-- . hfu been used for ye$ra as Mecriac very unich thu ure-- , uowevr, is apt W be consider noes to, mother" JtmrnaL beateet time." Harper's ilaxaat ie. ill'!.' on deep, iwtoim caitda or aiin..j soldo by veeanta. 1,1 In a stable or other I ulhlii. It U alshlj ev mulerlaJd by gravel hl-r- , Into the core lf u.iUlln any cne that tu ncIl be ncl. cev-- r tncui wllt,a blanket supplied wrtJj'decaytii veswtable TwitnklM. hJt 1st' r tn the era son t' ; ter iiMt ptet (boa. K to lractliai: adar, altatfa 04 thin kol n Uf i'!e ti v here the tiedcock aipreavbai the surface, ott laad waltk li imderiald t m lUa Invent t. aecrfclee i i.iparafirdy shallow deft hi by liaid-lea whk u waver and fertnti. .n or tn toeatioua where the eabooll U if ti Jean be klfjllml to (he root K. coutpvet tlm the ruota uumut sad stmittt. It cenktts .f a It Is of pilme UnportAice aluo Cut an alfalfa Held shall be located Um nlope U utBrtent to carry uurru 7 the NtBplua water and that the wa-- t r tuble kbaU'atiBain at a nmcicnt Jtvih frqui the nurfaet. In porous oiW thai eontlBct water readily toud-Ui- g water at fear or five feet ta lujarlotu. ,Ti:. forjaatiou of 1 e uo the anrface f f'.ilJa la fatal to alfalfa. This coudl-1- !' u In neat h (it to occur on telda that or tuat tcntain packets, lticb iii i.ver or ceeeis t6noia U&ds ore oftou v. eil raited to the , iotj, yroTlded they s' urn well drained. I'roleaied Ter5ew tri- - nearly alwaya harmful, but are VnM lnurtooa If they occur Axuins We have told yon about ottr gocd stock of Lumber and Jiuildiiig Material gahsidmit ,.!i (jtluder with a win or oi' early ayring, when Krowih m to preicui e I'm. uiMn. The f et i: yet have not been able to command worda to make 70a appreciate how com of all kJads, but i trny dormant' Clay hlllaldca or U nii i It.'tr f gravel t.n illt.n r iiiHldsrable nloj are frequently plete this la, and you will not become a booster for ns until j'ow try na and then you know. tbe dlsti II uttun of water. Ar ' u s iukcd and poorly dralued becauxe PlftwU 01: the clrae Uxturw of the oU. We hava told yon about onr complete stock of FIELD SEEDS and many of yon have I, areaa from untcropytag ur ! s Ceed Winter Verk. on hllhl le other eaiwes often tried these and expreaaed your satisfaction by sending your neighbors to purchase from us. When ether farm work I lo, wakluB underdrauutKe of audi -j in ik tarnit r Kiioakl give njt nto area ueceaeary. In exauilutng a tra t We have told you of our stock of FURNITURE and BUILDERS HARDWARE and your of land for alfalfa fnxjuent borlnirn m senng H,i n 81 n,ll( iu( tlnitur words of praise have been walking advertisements for uc 011 this line. loiiH be uade with Ml auger to Q help nnd time to BUinl-- o tho .UJ iletcrmlno the character of tho will uud the w inter n ftivurulilit subsoil as wall 11s the drainage & inako vutdor to buill logi on thjupjho:.w It U an TIiIh limtruriieiit wilt luually lie Umn over ordinary roads, and the of greater nluo In dcteiniliilne the nre lew liable ttiuu nt any other nine adaptability of n jiartlcular truet to of tho 3 car 10 deteriorate quick: nlfalfa than a chemical analysis of through nltin La of lutvets or fungi. tho soil. A common 0110 nirl oneluar ter Inch miner with shank leuRtli-cue- d ami a pultnblo crossbar for a handle, ii practical for thli use. TIMELY POULTRY HINTS. Limestone, tolls In general aro par tlculorly well Hultcd to alfalfa, but Charcoal I one of tho nioit essuV ctcu such lands are frequently acid We have talked with you about our stock of mixed and compounded STOCK FOODS tint iirl!tlra ,tf f.ui.1 tiir imtlltrv. and rcqulro liuilnp. andmanytfarmers have now larger bank accounts since they have listened to us. Clean tho poultry house ouco a wee' ! When alfalfa lit onco started Hurler nt least. It U ueless to spray on faVorablo soil conditions, weeds, lnclud-In- t' XMAS GIFTS and powder dirty house. We said we were going to have some useful articles suitable for riorennlal grasses, will likely iirovo Kor winter egg production the ihiuI-- . Its most tfangerous enemy, ThU U one these are finding good sale with pleased customers. try house must bo warm nnd dryj reason why sod land Ii not recom1t t II. a.I wllhi.nl' t itl..-- .l mended for tub crop. On nccount of ' Listen: If you want to get better acquainted with us, clip this advertisement from grafts. tho danger from weeds, It li uiually Keen thn bens moving, mnklngthei your paper and bring it to us within ten days and we will give you FREE, a useful HouseJbest to precede tho alfalfa for one or work for nil they cut by throwing th two years with a clean cultivated crop, hold article. Do this now. feed In cut straw or other suitable rati such as truck, susar liects, beans, potcrluL tatoes or corn. Where lato summer or n Tflrlctv of irraln. ubent. oats. fall seeding li practiced, canning peas, barley, cracked corn aud buckwheat early iiototoes, early wcet corn anil early varieties of soy beans, when cul. iip.ii rut norm Willi nitie n tlvated, furnish an opportunity for remnnr nil ir i. nn nnr irinii nr moving n crop In time to seed alfalfa, Am iuou tor wiuicr luycrs. the same season. Wliero crimson clover quired to lake tho nlare of bugs U Used as u cover crop, following n cultivated crop, the soil Is usually in weather. Rood condition after harvesting the Ilone and meat for hens should crimson clover tho following spring for reasonably fresh, reed llgbtly'pn t hsy, or when needed tho crimson clovet nan. s nvpri sB. . ri sir hibv I'M nay be turned under for soli enrichment, after which the ground may bf every other day will be suMclent, prepared for alfalfa. hi i 1 nsR-t- !' c:nred iiie t'u.iJwInjr i' .ihi? with tint remirreiiKBU of the ii, ljm vest-tabl- e . y -- i. ll. for lu'cded u On the whole Ibo nveragu lmueij place In which lar Ii not the storo largo uuatitltlc of fnilu or n tables, Inaune of thn brat from Vw fiimnei'. lint for Ihiwe who lm.. ph., llobaon's choice a room Is part.' off In tlm cellar, without murh i.i Ix'Iim mndo ns tight it i lli to eicludo thn bent, and a v aitdeil coven'd with heavy sr-- . bins may U-Here the iiett-warbltw which will liolil about lwli't. (ir In epiarter or Urt. t y nitrrniit. 1'nmi as the ci.iir'. obauhl alws)e ! hefom they are wt'r. looked any mHiled ur brulenl ones at laere. AU roots la old In keep kwnld be eowrxtl Ml.!. . Vkat thry wID flirt wk ami dry m . cry stay h tsrrd la aasjall . parking the stalks eHuwly bnses and tiling In ahnwt Ike r earth. The lrt.l ff the eroji 1, by i!lBinn rrMM-- h fx..n , era Mr mMm aaM Mttag ' rlhH Itiivs nf iwele lu'-'- i Here the Saute are parked roots cuhrldrt In the avtt Irtnch Is fall B.HI h then tli'.. Hii dde tn the li of I he after whU-h-Ik- e HMSde are IT Hti.l the Mill allowed In et.nie i n contact with lb celery. As growaeeWi r a nirerloii nf ! i'' ftaktor ar straw la nle1 .1 thumpk-t- o A tkMi in t etureil In 'areeia, JUfiit ta a low imperatr lst .! ie nr tt Joy-rid- thc-ni..- t ". iHn. b-- 1 .1 . peuu-uaiul- One Eye. eye" SI y tt urs. I. looie-tiBH- 's k-r- s Keep one you on this space of the Central Record iind man; tinea vill not regret it : wii-te- i to-l- cict-n- J lat j- :,j out-spoke- 11 condi-tlau- 0 housewives have said many good things about our judg- We have told you of our FLOUR and the lt', 11 ment on GOOD FLOUR. I 11 Hervey & Woods Kentucky. Paint Lick, 11111 11 w The Central Record, Thursday, December 28, 1916. 2 LEXINGTON Tobacco Warehouse Co Incorporated. JAMES C. STONE, President. JOHN L. BUCKLEY, Vice Prsident. T. H. SLATER, Secretary and Treasurer. The 'following Crop Averages at our Four Sales Houses Show What we are Doing for Our Customers in the Way of Getting Top Prices. CENTRAL HOUSE Phone 791. LEXINGTON HOUSE. Phone 3382. John L. PLANTERS HOUSE. Phone 1704. BROADWAY HOUSE. Phone 719. Clyde Buckley. Wm. Fields. Lbs. Average W. IH. D.W.Scott. Honaker & D. W. Ratcliff. Buckley, Walter Jones, George M. Ballard, Managers. Lbs. Average 22G5 Palmer. Scott Co S. Enttllsli. Anderson fit Kerns, 1880 Montgomery County 3705 Taylor &. Rolicy. Scott 21-10 Managers. and Spalding, Mercer 2155 County Miss Lena Scott and Wallace, 1805 Scott County James Wliltsitt and Jones, Fay3125 ette County Joe Houston and Duncan, Fay 7900 ette County Isoiri C. R. &. F. P. White, Bourbon 4595 County Jnn. Buckley & Fisher Bour2375 bon County J. N. Kendall, Jlourbon Co . . . .2500 Everett Wilder. Mercer Co . . . .2-10- , J. Leslie Knight. Managers. J. G. Stone, Lbs. Average- 21.13 19 tU Managers. 1455 F. Myers, Woodford County 1050 J. Johnson & Hilton, Woodford County 3050 John E. Harris and Nichols, Woodford County 2400 20.55 20.10 10.58 20.83 20.15 20.29 10.15 19.75 Thompson Bros & Wnrillow, Jessamine ..... 22.30 0'--'5 W. D. Watts and Adams. 'Fay- ette County C. R. Trnylor. Scott County. D. C. Scott. Fayette County . 3305 .3705 .5500 23,10 Geo. 0. Graves and Scott. Clark 3700 County Emla &. linger, Jessamine Co. 5310 2.72 19.79 21.31 Lbs. Average Clark Simpson, Woodford Co. 3100 20.40 W. II. Gullett. Garrard County 995 21.01 Shropshire and Powell, Woodford County 1875 22.30 Brown and Kurtz, Garrard Co. 1480 21.08 R. Whittaker. Garrard County. 1220 21.93 Will Crews, Garrard County. . . . 1085 21.01 Johnson and Reaves, Fayette County 2795 .' 20.52 Gay and Apshire, Woodford County 2500 21.72 Sudduth, County Woodford 23.50 23.21 J. 19.03 20.70 20.01 21.41 Henry Graddy and Mathews, Woodford County 5055 T. H. Mattingly, Woodford Co. .3025 Davis Patrick, Bourbon Co H50 1959 Don't Forget Our Advice is to Bring Your Tobacco on and Take These Prices. we wan umoaa ana aeii xou axly uay iou uome. LEVEL GREEN Mrs. Bottle Shepherd is able to be Mr, N. C. Spencer of Indianapolis is visiting Mrs Mary Clark and nephew, Mr. Tandy Smith. Mr. Olorei.ce Green and daughter, Miss Anna Mae, visited Mr. and Mrs. C C. Sowder of Point Level, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Iloin. Mr. and Mrs. Wylder and children and Mrs. Ilinam Davis and children, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Davis lust Sunday. Mr. Robert Green and Miss Susie Davis, were married Saturday, and are now at the home of her parents, but will leave soon for Dallas Texas, where they expect to make their future home. Mr. Green is engaged in business there with his brother, S. C. Green. Mr. and Mrs. John Calico and Mr. and Mrs. Oda Robinson visited .Mr. and Mrs. F. P. lirvant last Sunday. Mr. Felix Pennington was called to the bedside of his brother who is very ill in Harrison Ohio, last Friday. GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. Mrs. Susie Itenfro and Miss Emma Renfro and Mr. Robert Green visited E. J. Thistler, et al, Plaintiffs Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Davis last Sunday. VS. Messrs John Vanwinkle and Jake H. C. Ruble, et al Defendants and Consolidated Cases Jennings who have been in Danville Illinois, for some time returned home G. W. Calebb's Admr et al, Plffs, VS. last week. Dora Calebbs et al, Defts. OUR MOTTO Prompt and Efficient Service and Courteous Treatment. Jacob SchulzCompany Incorporated. COMMISSIONER'S Fine tfut Flowers For All Occasions. Phones 39-- F 43 or 83. Wm. F. Miller, Agt. Lancaster. DIRECTORS: C. out again. Little Miss Lillian Robinson it very ill of lonsilitia. Mr. S. T. Green in spending a tew days with friends at Springfield Ky. Lime, sand, cement, rock, brick, salt All Orders Receive Prompt Attention etc. Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Creech were the guests of Mr. S. M. Itobinson and family Sunday. SALE OF LAND. LOWELL Mr. Charlie Harvey has been quite sick for several days. Cotton seed meal for sale. Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Elliott spent Saturday and Sunday with her parents. Mr. Jno. Tudor and family spent Christmas day with Mr. and Mrs. S. P, Davis. Mr. Tom Marsee and Miss Abbie King motored to Richmond last Friday OFFICERS: DIRECTORS: Q.Graves. A. H. Hamilton. Andrew Bowman. F. M. McKce. , C. O. GRAVES. Pres. J. Embry Allen: J. M. Wiglesworth, J. P. Beattv. Geo. Montgomery, JOHN L. DAVIS, Mgr. C. W. BEAN, Sec-Trea- s. J. U. Fields, W . H. Piper. Thos. P. Prather. Albert Ruh, Coughs and Colds Not to Be Neglected Anyone wilt realize the seriousness of neglecting a colJ If ho obsorvea results of such neelect anions bis acquaintances. How often have you heard, "He caught cold, didn't do any-thifor It and It turned Into" then, some dreaded disease Is nameat Ordinary colds yield to prompt treatment at the beginning. That Is why every family should bo supplied with a reliable cough medicine one mat win neai raw ana innamea surfaces, loosen tho phlegm, allay Irritation, ease the hoarseness and stop the tlckllnir sensation in the throat that does not permit one to sleep. Foley's Honey and Tar Compound Is tmalualilo for relief of coughs, colds, croup, whooplnie cough, tickling In throat, tightness or soreness, grippe or bronchial coughs. It eon-taino harmful Ingredients. It Is healing, soothing, etllclent and pleasing. Sold Everywhere. Graham Taylor. E. B. Ray. of Garrard. Weigher. J. J. Richardson. The Farmers Home To bacco Warehouse. Lexington, Kentucky. Located on Virginia Avenue and Q. & C. RY., Bridge, Between South Broadway and South Limestone. CARTERS VILLE. Miss Kva Merryman in visiting horn folks this week. Mr. Em Starnes made a bumntss trip to Taint Lick, Saturday. Mr. John Green made a business trip to Curtersvllle lust week. Mrs. Pauline Pennington visited her mother, Mrs. C. S. Itoop last week. ' The House To Sell With. Because this Rouse Is Owned and Controlled Principally by farmers, and nan, mat is ancr ucuun- The only house lntLexingion run on me iMg the running expenses and paying Six Per Cent, to our Stockholders, the ProfKpldhhnrfi who sold Aolr nnitiA tt w vmir mji iuiki svvtnvvn ah waww-w- aic M..U.J Da4aam wm Piietnmaio with us last season. Bring us a load and be convinced, we nave a gooa siaoie with box stills on the grouid floor and every attention will be given you and .. i.rn..tln TatanhAnA . at mil TnIIIA. v ve Flour In sacks and barrels. Highest grade only. Hudson, Hughes Si Farnau. Mr. Thomas Allen visited his parents Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Allen last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. David Carter are the proud parents over the arrival of a fine boy. Mr. and Mrs. George Davis were the guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. K. C. Boain last Sunday. Mr. Itobt Green and Miss Susie Davis were guests of their sunt, Mrs. Msttie . ml w s Green Isst Saturday night. fur the day. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Davis and little sou spent the week endwithhermother. Mrs. Jim Lee. Miss Ethel Mae Davis is at home after a pleasant week's visit with her sister at Bond. Miss Letty Peyton returned home Saturday from the Gibson Infirmary very much improved. Mrs. Ancil Parks and children of Richmond came Monday for a few days .visit with her parents. Mr. Guy Napier of Indianapolis cams home to spend the holidays with his mother, Mrs. Jim Lee. Master Ernest Henderson went to Luncaster Saturday to spent the holi. days with his cousin. Earl Jennings, Several from here attended the High School play Friday night, and pronounce it ono of the best that has been given. The formers who have not finished their tobacco stripping, were very much elated to see the shower lust Thursday. Messrs Eli as Brandenburg and John Cole delivered two loads of tobacco at the Danville market last week at $16 and $17 per hundred. Mr. W. 0. liovlo, a staunch Demo crat, says that the Republicans gave them such a closo race in the last election that it behooves him to raise some In consequence more Democrats. thereof the "Stork" made a visit to his home last Tuesday and left a little ion, Pursuant to a judgment of the Garrard Circuit Court, rendered at the November Term 1916, the undersigned Commissioner will sell at public auction to the highest and best bidder, on the premises near Uuena Vista and about four and one half miles from Bryants-vill- e Ky, at 2 o'clock P. M. or thereabouts on SATURDAY, DECEMBER 30, 191C, the real estate mentioned in the pleadings and described as follows. In Garrard County, Ky., at Duena Vista, beginning at an ash stumn. line of J. W. Scott, a corner to H. S. Smith now Poor, on the land now herein conveyed: thence N. 89 W 97.7 noles to a stone in the lines of II. S. Smith, now Poor, a corner to Margaret Itobinson; thence N 125 poles to a stone in the old Harrodsburg Dirt Road; thence 63j E 10.4 oles to the Uryantaville and Cane Run Turnpike Road; thence N 02 E 31 poles; thence N 68 E 41.1 poles N 80 E 15 J poles to tho Northwest corner of the Methodist narsonaue. but directlv opposite Northwest coiner of store room, on the Uryantaville and Cane Run Turnpike Road: thence S 80 E 21 poles S G2 W 1 pole: thence S 8 E 7 u ti li poles; thence .oies; tnence i 781 Poles to the center of the Bry- antsvillx and Fork Dirt Road, corner to tho land conveyed by C J. Snillman to J. C. England; thence S 2j W 27 poles to the beginning, containing 9J j acres. The purpose of this sale is to satisfy the debts of E. J. Thistler for $1861.48 with interest at 6 per cent, from Jan. 1, 1D1C, also debt of Citizens Dank of Hurgin Ky for $1861.48 with interest at 6 tier cent from Jan. 1st 1915. nlso the debt of Lena Fuller for $1861.48 with interest at 6 per cent from Jan. 1st, 1915, until paid, anil tho further pur pose to settle the estate ol U. w. Calebbs, deceased, and pay the cost of this action. TERMS. The nroDertv will be Bold on a credit of six and twelve months and the purchaser Nvill be required to execute bonds with approveu security, uue in six anu twelve months respectively, and bearing Interest at the rate of six percent per annum from date until paid, having the force and elfect of a judgment un- on which execution may issue, payable ti W. H. Drown. Master Commissioner of the Garrard Circuit Court, and lien will be reserved upon the property sold until all the purchase money Is paid. W. II. BROWN. M. ti ti. U. U. a The CeShtrai Seeofd, Thursday, December 28, The Central Record INCORPORATED IJSUED WEKKLY. 181 6. $1.00 A YEAH. J. R.L K. ROBINSON. Editor. ELKIN. Local Editor and Mjjr. Knterrd at the l'ot on CO In Lancaatrr, Kj Second Claaa Mall Matter. Member Kentucky Press Association and Eighth District Publishers League. Lancaster, Ky., December 28, 1916 Rates For Political Announcements For Precinct and Citv Olllies ...$5.00 10.00 "or County Offices tor State and District Offices.... 15.00 10 For Calls, per line 10 For Cards, per line For all publications in the 'interest of individuals or expression of individual views, per line Obituaries, per line... 10 05 undertake to dispose of this franchise while the present telephone company is making claims that they hnve a right to the streets of Lancaster and right to fix the rates or any conditions of the franchise. When it is prepared and sold tho in terest of tho City and the people should be first considered and the first iden should be good service at as reasonable rates as it can bo furnished by any tele phone company. Heforo tho City ( Lancaster can by franchise establish satisfactory telephone system with reasonable rates and telephone service it must be demonstrated by the Courts that the present Company can not any way interfere with the City' Wc he rights to fix thesa conditions. lieve the people of Lancaster hav nothing against the Ilastin Telephone Company, but fel that they hive th right to dictate the terms upon which a telephone company may occupy the streets and furnish service to the peo pie. When these questions are settled the Council will, in all probability i rect the preparation of a franchise and offer it for sale. NEW JOY IN LIFE FOR THIS WOMAN Snatched From Suicide Dread SUDDEN DEATH. Mrs. N. Miller received the sad t.cws ot tho sudden death of her brother, Mr. John Shulte, which occurred at hi home In Covington Tuesday night. Mr, Shulte was walking on tho street who the summon came, death resulting im ForndWinter Colds 1I'. Strtntth Is. rtqulnJ t nweoraa rwl You that I. th tmukl.. U th'. tonic U en. rmquar Ik "Id. valaabl In A foil U rott catarrhal common", acuu ratarrhi It mar bwm flironbr. Cdronla raUnh Intn-tlnIntohrlnt: lb alomatli and tha itrnik, ou.nllr brromt inut a wtll at tha iiom or Uiroab It miana statoauon. al n Ill fr. mediately. after 15 'Years' Agony. Miller lift yesterday to attend the funeral, which will probably take place Friday, Mrs. Miller and Mr. William und loiw 111 It lh trrup awayfmtcm. th world PERUNA IS INVIGORATION -malUr, tlifl th. Inflammation hw ton fortr-! th tf thir rtlkf. w rtM 1 M ir -.. rrxtlHI I'trvn-ia 1. PUiirTTi- in 'a fani ln riunc ffApm -, w no win in if hUtory f Mnfal. u. IMKfQnt ma mna MmmMf t kLal uiat u u fa tnur FALL SHATTERED HEALTH MENDED PROVES FATAL Ilr rlmj. TO CLEVER A telegram 1), Giilley, JIN LAYTON, THE PERUNA CO, ColuaVia.O. la t.W, miM an! tfVrllvt. with-twill l rftot, ISandand net jU. habit. It W labltb, lor and lit. uniW-..n- IMiie. . In tablet form It I. d.ll. form M to his Mr. Mattl Powtn Lsavts Home In J. last Saturday nfternonn, Kentucky In Qutit of Strtngth Aftar announcing the death of Mr. Jim Lav Almost Giving Up Hopa Finds What ton, came as a shock to his numerous Sha Sought But Nat In Way Sha Ex friends in this county where he former pectad. brother-in-law- , ly lived. The most Important measure before We are authorized to announce Miss Jennie HigKins a candidate for County this session of Congress is the Hill for of Garrard Universal Military service. The Hay School Superintendent County, subject to the action of the Dill federalizing the State Militia and has been a Democratic primary August 1917. Slfifl passed by the last Congress failure in every sense of thetword and We arc authorized to announce J. O, Universal service seems the only way Bogie, as a randidate for the Democ that we can have any adequate pre Court paredness. The present militia, asid ratic nomination for County Clerk, primary to be held August 1917 from Leing a pork barrel lobbied through Congress, by our four hundred We are authorized to announce pound Adjutant Generals; and being Jeptha Onstott a candidate for the inefficient, is undemocratic in that democratic nomlnaticnjfor County Court puts the burden of military protection Clerk, subject to the action of the pri upon a few instead of all the people, mary, August 1917. The plan indorsed by General Scott would call for a years service by every II, We are authorized to announce E. man when he reached the age of nine Ray as a candidate for the Democratic teen or twenty years, and in this way nomination for Assessor of Garrard an efficient citizen reserve would be county, subject to the action of the secured. The Administration which Primary, August. 1917. has heretofore been opposed to this system is said to have been convinced We authorized to announce J. 11 by the inefficiency of the Militia, that Clark a candidate for the nomination the Universal training plan is the only trate. of Garrard county, adequate one, and that it will be sup. trSyVj. 1, subject to the action of ported by the President when Congress the Democratic primary, August 1917, convenes again after the Holidays. We are authorized to announce W.A Doty a candidate for the Democrat! nomination for County Court Clerk subject to tho action of the primary, would In welcome. "I had suffered for fifteen years. Seven different doctors had treated me. None of them 'held out hope. I had on tnr hnrk In Imtf fnr n rear. My fon bad to turn me over with a sheet. I was helplexs. 'Today 1 enn do a full day's housework with ease. 1 ran walk uille without tiring. I suffer no pain and enjoj, every minute of life, t cat well, sleep well and have no more nervousness. I was weak and no more than a bag of bone; now I am gaining weight so fast 1 am outgrowing all of my clothes. Owaa Much to "Tanlae." A "I feel this to lw the solemn truth-a- ll of my rezalnod health uu lircn due to Tanlae. the wonderful meillelue I of committing unbearable. I was Just a burden to myself and my children. There seemed nothing ahead f mo but Jenrs of agony. Death "I thought scrlouoly suicide. Ufe seemed tn'flnt Mis death occurcd in Cincinnati where jho has lived for the past fifteen years, being connected with the live stock firm of Hubbard, Hous and Ragsdale, Hi death resulted from a full on the Icy streets last Ihursday, causing conens. slon of the bralrn from which he never consciou sness. At his request , ni" lmit w" cremated and his ashes were buried in Cincinnati last Monday, uesiue ins wile lie is sutvlved by one son, Ollle and one daughter, Mrs. Su Hoggs.. ofIticlimond. He was also brotluV of Mr. O. T. Layton of this county. No man lever left Garrard county with more friends than Jim l.avton, all of whom will regret Ills sad passing away. rgInl ARMY GODLY HAN Mules Willjbuy your mules, 5 to 10 years .bid 1 1 5-han- t GOES TO REWARD The temperance forces of Kentucky are every where rejoicing that all op position to the submission of a prohibition constitutional amendment has August 1917. passed. The temperance people may now prepare their forces to get a ma Tne legislative committee appointe jority when the final vote is taken. to prepare a tax bill has reported the The next regular meeting of the Gen result of its labors to the Governor, cral Assembly will direct the vote to We have no doubt that they have made be taken and we believe the sentiment a faithful, painstaking endeavor in the of; Kentucky is becoming so strong preparation of the proposed bill to re against open saloons that State-wid- e form the tax fystem of our State, will carry when it is submitted to a vote After examining this work we regret The visit of the Hon. William Jen that to us there are parts which we be ning liryan to Kentucky at this lime Mra. Mattis Powara, and Har"Tanlac lieve wilt prove unsatisfactory if enact may be considered as opening the fight Smila,'' Acqulrad Aftar 15 Yaara of ed into a law. It is proposed to reduce which will now be vigorously pursued Sufftring From III Hoalth. the rate of taxation on money and in. until the final vote Is taken and the had never heard of three weeks ago. I tangible property to ten cents on one question is disposed of. I can never expresx my gratitude. hundred dollars ami to reduce the rate wish I could get up on the housetop of taxation on all other property from and shout to nil the world what till e cents on Gaines, the Insurance man, only agent medicine did for me. I have found its present rate of dollars to forty cents. It n Garrard Co, whose business is strict Tanlae a veritable GThI'k blessing." one hundred will be recalled that the present rate of ly Insurance, and always found at his The foregoing remarkable statement was inado by Mrs. MattU A. Powers, taxation fails by more than one half post. who lives at 10OI Superior avenue. million dollars to provide the necessary Cleveland, It Is ono of wore of re revenue to meet the expenses of the ports of Muillar extraordinary results THE TELEPHONE SUITS. It is contended by state government. secured from the use of Tanlae, the the friends of the proposed bill that a! The litigation between the Ilastin modern stomach tonic nnd system puri though this wholesale reduction in the Telephone Company and the City of fier. rate of taxation that the proposed bill Lancaster over the telephone fran In Kentucky. Lift ' will raise more revenue than under the chise was all disposed of by th-- j Gar Continuing. Mn. Powers said: only rard Circuit Court at its recent term, present laws. It follows that the "If I had not exierlenred It all It way it can be done is by raising the as. In the case where the Telephone Com, myself I could not Uavo sessed value of property for taxation pany wai suing the City of Lancaster possible that any medicine could do I wa to a sufficient extent to overcome the for a franchise the case was decided for ipe what Tanlae has done. reduction in rate and still raise a much against the Telephone Company. Judge forced to leave my old homo near Isl larger sum than we are receiving at Hardin deciding that the Telephone ington; Kentucky. Recovery la Rapid. this time. The effect of the proposed Company had no right to force the 'Just thri'p weeks ago I tried Taulac, legislation as we see it is, therefore, City to sell it n franchise. The effect 1 dkcov- to cause the farming classes ot our of the decision is that the Citv Council Within n very few days cred I wan teller. I could citizens and the real estate holders to has the right to sell or not sc'l a fran, eat without such terrible pains and pay a larger sum for taxation than they chise according to the wish of tht my bowels eru moving naturally. have heretofore paid. Council. Color nunc hack Into my faeo and It will almost relieve those who loan The case in which the City of l.an I began to gain In weight. I found money from taxation altogether. The caster and the people were suing to did not tire out when I tried to do owners of real estate will not be de compel the Telephone Company to housework, and soon It wos u pleas-urto me. In (he first week I gained ceived into supporting a bill winch urnish service to the people of l.an purports to raise more revenue and at caster at one dollar per month accord four pound. I do not know how I havo gained (.luce then, but the same time reduce the rate of tnxa. Ing to Its contract wltli thu city was uiuch kuow do that all of my clothes are tion and then raise the assessment of decided in favor of the City and the celling loo tight for me. their property to an extent that will people and against tlis Telephone Com I will bo only too glail to talk with cause them to pay more taxes than pany In so far as it required service in any ono who wauls to come unci ask they have ever paid before. Tins bill the City of Lancaster at one dollar per mo about Tuulae. I feel I never Can is prepaied under the constitutional month, but outride of the city of repuy tho debt of gratitude) 1 uwa to amendment which authorizes the taxing .ancaster the court held that the city the discoverer of this uiedlelue." of one class of property more than had no authority to fix the rates for another and it was thought by many the country people in Garrard county Tanlae is being Introduced in Lan that before any legislation could become and further that it was not in the caster at It. K. McRoberts. ' effective under this amendment that it power ol tne city Council to sell a Tanlae may be obtalred in the nenrby would necessitate a submission of the franchise and regulate these rates for bill to the approval of the people by the country people and that they had cities. Paint Lick, J. N. Metcalf; Dry vote, but this referendum provision is their remedy with the Fiscal Court. antsville, Ilecker & Ballard; Little not required of any legislation after All these questions will bo taken to the Hickman, Collier and Bruncr; Ilerea, K. Welch; Stanford, Penny's Drug the year 1910. Court of Appeals and settled and the The present taxing laws are badly in two suits now pending will be disposed Store; Junction City, Reynolds and Evans; Richmond. II. L. Perry & Son; need of amendment and are thoroughly of probably during the year 1917. Crab Orchard, l.yne Bros ; Burgin, G. inadequate to the present needs. When T. Schoolfleld; Danville, John S. Wells, the legislature meets to consider a new Lancaster. It. H. McRoberts, and'VV. C tax bill we believe that there will be (Adv) West. Silver Creek. many amendments to the one proposed, In addition to a change in the rate of OF HOUSEHOLD GOODS. taxation we would like to see a further FOR RENT remodeling in the manner of assessing On account of moving from city, I property. will sell at public auction, at my resLivery Stable or Garage Danville street There is no reason why that the con- idence on or 1917. Centrally loca DECEMBER 29th 1916. troversy between" the citizens of the FRIDAY, town of Lancaster and the Dastir, Tele- at 2 o clock; all toy household and ted next to Hotel. phone Company should not be perman- kitchen furniture. Mrs Rella Arnold Francis W. V. CORNN. ently settled by the selling of a fran chise, but it would b very unwise to Capt, Am Bourne, Auct fifty-fiv-s o the Methodist church .by the pastor. Ilev. W. I). V elburn, assisted by Rev, W. S.Grinstend, followed by the in. terment in llutfulo Springs cemetery. James M. Walter, a member of well known Lincoln and Garranl family, passed away at his home in Stanford rriday night, Dec. 22. after a long per lod of invalidism. Mr. Walter was 75 years of age and was the eldest of large family. He was a native of Gar raid, but had made hi home in Lincoln for a number of i ears. Karlv in lif he became a member of the Methodis church, and throughout his long life, lived close to the teachings of his tanl Mr. alter never married. He is sup vived by the following brothers and sisters. Sam M Walterof Norman Okla, Dr. B. t Walter of Lancaster. II. C. Walter of Hubble, G. A. Waller of King's Mountain, Jesse and Wallace Walter offStanford, Mrs. W. T. Wit Iiama of Lexington, and Miss Mary alter of Stanford. Funeral services were conducted Sunday afternoon- - at to to pay 6 hands high. Am )n Jposition highest price. W. B.7BUET0N, LANCASTER, KY. BRADSHAW.' lias visited our and claimed one of our fair. est flower, Anna Perkins Bradshaw, uho.passed away lastlThursday morn' injr. She was born September 23rd. 18S9, was a member of Ihelclns of 11)08, and was married to Archidine Bradshaw Keb. 3rd, 1915, who survives her to gether with her mother, Mrs Kmtna Daniels, and sister. Miss Corn Perkins, and brother, Mr. Poole Perkins, a half sister and two half brothers. Through her home life and school dsys, none knewher but to love her, All who came in contact with her, felt that benediction of kindness and gentle. ness, w Inch was so characteristic of her, Not possessing a strong body, she mov, ed not far Iiejoncl tier home circle; not u home-make- r quite two and vet what a happy homo was Iters. When her health began to fail, she was taken to Hazelwood Sanatorium, Louisville, where all that science and skill could do, was done for her. She was patient and hoeful to tho last. How she longed for home and wunted, if possible to be taken' to the little par udise, she and her companion had plan ned and perfected. Only d day's rest in the home of her childhood, und she was called to the Home of Homes", Eternal. How tenderly her loved ones watched beside her when the end seemed inevitable With a full consciounsness of the pres ence of Death, she looked up into tho face of her devoted husband and with u smilo, she said "the way is bright". Only twenty-seve- n years, mid her lifa'a work Is o'er, but bIiu lives on und to those she leaves behind, Heaven has a fuller and deeper meaning us Home, and the way Is indeed brighter. The funeral services were conducted by Rev, M. Tinder at her mothers borne, wheie she passed away, last Kiiduy afternon, utter which interment took place In thu Lancaster cemetery. community tne Angei oi ueatn Shelburne- Thejnan that told you not to "PINHOOK" youi Tobacco, for prices Would Be High. Shelburne House Is Free ofjany Trust and Combine andji s theBest JLightedi HonsefJn LEXINGTON, KY. FreeJstable3 room and courteous treatment to all. PUBLIC SALE FOR SALE. 15IJ acres of Garrard County land near Hyattsvllle, now ready to grow any crop desired. To capitalist, business, or laboring man in need of a home-STLOOK and LISTEN. OP. Bring YourJTobacco To Us. SILAS SHELBURNE, PRES. tobacco $20-00- ; wheat $2.00. hemp $16.00; corn 5.00; Pricti $100. per acre. Phone 4872. Lexington, Ky. lit ifjleiMilrMUiaif Gossip About A Happy and Prosperous New People dren are spending the Yuletlde season with her parents in Russell county. " MisyAlice Hudson Itigney was the charming hostess at a six o'clock din ner on Wednesday evening given In honor of her attractive house guest. A Brief Mention of the Comtnji snd Miss Charlotte I'ollltt ofjackson. Ooinji by Thoie Wi Art InUrtitcd In. More Insnran:n losses paid by Gaines We thnnk you cordinlly for your custom and solicit a conthm- than all other agents combined. It nrn fiiiririn inn r n nn vnnp. anas Nancy I.ong of .Madison was a pays to insure with the man that sticks iiuiHiiu iifiu-uui- u unci Lini sen us icMMMiuuic us uiiyuuu recent visitor here. iic kouuh uni kivc vwu ii piiuuiu uciii mi iiiu iiiiiu luur tiuuuuiu is iiuu vuniu Mr. Thomas Klmore is nt home, with i . .if . CUPID BUSY THIS YULETIDE. 11 ii ii miiKn 11 nnn iv nv v......fV Mtiiiin hia parents for the Yuletlde season. " ft" Cupid has been putting in some good Mrs. John Gerard of Howling Green work for the past week, as the records is the guest of Mrs. Thomas Slnvin. The Square Deal House, of the County Court clerk will show. Mlis Isabel Went of Lexington Va., The following licensees been granted is the guest of Miss Elizabeth Glbbs. since bur last Issue: Joe Smith 29, to Mrs. 1. K. Watson of Ilarbourville, Fannie I'arson 2.1. Jesse Doolin 20 to Is with relatives here' for the Yuletlde Susie Strong 21, Koy Estridge 25 to Sallie II. Woods 21, It. U. Green 2i to senson. Mrs 1.. N. Miller has been visiting Suslo Davis 20. S. W. Iloss 78 to Harher parents. Mr and Mrs Wilson in riett Sebastian "2, Thomas Ballard 18 to Lizzie Tankersley ID. Chas. G. Richmond. Hughes 25 to Sallie Montgomery 19, Miss Charlie Elmore spent n few days Alexander Murphy 3D to Osborne Dent in Itichmond, the guest of Miss Sue Young 2i. Mote Pollard 20 to Margaret Chenault. Sutton 18, Johnathan Uankin 21 to Mr. W. ,C. Davis is sending tho Mary Eliza Holtzclaw 21, George Y. Yuletlde season with his daugher in Conn 41 to Nannie II. Anderson 43. To Our Customers Year to You. Dr. and Mrs. M. S. Hatfield and chil rVVOVvFvVp9sp499s9s99t9944 . ni nun I 99999999 tv99 c 11'6-t- VeU'Ll, FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN, (trace hioir Ihls heading Ii tor me eicln Ire utu ofotirlarmeraut.crlberf. and If for he ! cl (lock, fiam ant inch things on i.rm p.. tne farmer cannot anorfl to aiuer- tire. No notice will be accepted orer tonr lint., anil will beonljrtn two li.uea of the sconn, free ofctiarre Money to loan. Call at this office. For Rent. 2 unfurnished rooms, Mrs. Susan Fisher. f cabinet, -- 11 for Sale; One Jersey cow and calf; also two good cows, wll be fresh In few days. S. G. Hajeldn. Foil Sale An oak china apply to this olTlce. For Sale: Two spotted ponies, broken. J. A. Amon. J. R. MOUNT & CO. REMARKABLE NEARLY 1,000,000 POUNDS OF TOBACCO HAVE BEEN SOLD ON DANVILLE BREAKS AT AVERAGE OF $17.43 PER HUNDRED. Scores of Big Averages are Recorded. Low Grades are Bringing Fabulous-Price- s. A square deal to everybody makes the Y DANVILLE MARKET Unquestionably the best in Kentucky. ENGINE SEE US AT ONCE YOU to you and your family to have the cream separator, churn, pump, frail grinder, faunlng mill, threaher, wooiNaw, grindstone, washlug machine, and many other machines, run by an work too hard on your farm If you haven't an engine. can make moro money, with inucli Irs3 labor, by using an I II O oil am gas engine. Think what it moans IF YOU HAVENT A GASOLINE I H C OIL AND GAS ENGINE Think how much moro pleasant, how much mora attractive your farm and homo will become when the I II C engine does eo much of the hard work. ' 1 Ii C gasoline engines are reliable, durable and run smooth ly, year in and year out. We have whatever stylo and size engine you want in the I II C line, which includes: Vertical power; horizontal 1 to SOhorso type 2, 3, 4, 6,25, and 1 to power; mounted on skids power; portablo 1 to ower; traction 12 to (tower; sawing, pum-inspraying, hoisting, and grinding outfits, etc. Uuilt to gas, gasolino, kerosene, distillate, or alcohol. Couio oierate ou in and get a copy of our new catalogue. BECKER niirvMr? 11 V i W 1 C& BALLARD. DDVAKITCWII w MI ' w I 17 t tfw m J w Mowers on sale at Mrs. Rella Fran For Sale;-Soand pigj and;17 shoats cis' after two o'clock Monday by C. E. . T. W. Conn. girls. For Sale or Rent: My two story For Sale. house on Richmond street. S. G. Haselden. Good fwo room cottage on nnt property. Mustjbe moved at once or FOR KENT-propertey at Ruck- torn down. H. I). Elmore, eye for the year 1017. Write Mrs. Mary Dickerson at Richmond, Ky. FOR SALE: Extra good yearling or see Mai Carter, Ruckeye, Ky. mare mule. W. L. King. For SuIp or Rent: House and lot on I'aint Lick. Route 3, Lexington street. House nw. S. G. Haselden. FOR SALE: A Keenwood Stump puller. Good as new and will sell cheap, Fok Sale One five passenger Over Ohio Johnson, land and one Schacht Truck. Cheap if Campbellsville. For Sale: Two'thorobred Hereford sold at once. QUIET HOME WEDDING. Miss Margaret Conk is visiting her White & Riddle, bull calves.HWeight 400 to GOO pounds. friend, Mis Hope Gardner, cf LouisPaint Lick. Ky. The marriage of Miss Osborne Dent I'hone 374-J. A. Owens. ville, this week. Young and Mr. Alexander Murphy, was Crab Orchard, Route 2. For Sale Miss Martha Kavnnaugh accompanied quietly solemnized at the homo of the Dandy 7 room house 4 acres land Pair of fix year old mules. Price right. Miss Una Kavanaugh to Indianapolis bride's grandparents. Mr. and Mrf. Bud Pollard, 4 miles on Lex, pike. with good out buildings on Danville William G. Anderson. Mondav at four for a weeks visit. street at a bargain. Joe. S. Haselden. ,clofk.Il?v- - K SU Tm(ler- - ofhe'atlnC-anMr. Alex West has been visiting Mr. 1 pr'ltV ml accomP,lsh- - For Sale Eight Mr.. Henley V. Ilastln during the Ts'e, fxtra good yearling ed daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Roe MULES WANTED. Chlistmas reason, Young, the groom is a native of Lin- - mare mule, will sell cheap if sold now, W. L. King. R. F. D. 3. Am in (Tie market for some good Robert Tomlinson is at home for the coin countv. link hntli h,. n,l l.i lm.I Paint Lick, Ky, mules and army mules, 15 hands to 1G holiday season and is with his father, have held lucrative government posihands high. W. U. Rurton. Hon, R. II. Tomllnson. tions for several years at I! a boa Lost:-- On October Court day I laid Mrs Maurice Ashley and baby, of Heights. Canal Zone. n raincoat in a buggy, on the public After the wedding thov left at once Richmond is visiting her parents, Mr fur tltir fllttiru Ltn. at Italll ITatrrlit. xquare thru mistake. Liberal reward FOR SALE. I and Mrs J. Sanford. J. M. Wheeler, Rest wishes of of friends go with'!' returne1 t0 Kimball piano, mahogany case, ex Mr. Horace Walker, of Louisville is this Lancaster Ky. Route I. popular couple to their distant cellent tone and Is as good as new. here for tho holidays with his brother. home. Judge L. Walker, FOK SALE: Rosewood square piano For information call t,his ofilce. Price 25. PnjSie 40-Rrvantsville. Miss Ethel Cornelison and Mr. Carter N. ANDERSON-CONPAD DPHT Mis3 Georgia Dunn, run nr.njiv Hlakeman, have been pleasant guests f The marriage of Mr. George Y. Conn, of Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Ross. FOR SALE;-- A number 1, good milk rivuroom cottage oi of this countv, to Miss Nannie II. AnFreshjin ftw das. Mr. Henry Elliott of Covington has derson, daughter of Mrs. Relle Austin, cow. W. G. Clark. hcen spending the holidays with Dr. of this city, was the culmination of an I and Mrs. William M. Elliott. acquaintance of over fifteen years standing. The marriage took place Dull and depressing times these bo Ilradley Bourne.of Transylvania Univ FOR RENT. Life 'takes a slump ertitv, is with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Vestenlay morning nt the home of the brides mother, the Rev. F. D. Palmeter The Municipal Christmas tree II. Ilourne, for the holidays. Property on Stanford street) next to ofliciating. Immediately after the cerIs on the dump. Christian church, now occupied by R. Mr J. I). Gulley went to Cincinnati emony the happy couple left for Paris, K. Conn, for year 1017. Terms reasonSunday to attend the funeral of hia Ky, where they will visit relatives of W. 11. Mason. able. brother-in-law- , the groom, before returning to tnis Mr Jim Layton. FOR SALE AND RENT county where thov will make their fuMrs. G. C. Walker left for Cincinnati ture home. The groom is well FARM LANDS. known yesterday for n few days visit. She and connected in this county where he Properly Listei la This Column. Bargains in Fayette and adjoining will be joined later by Mr. Walker. was raised, owning a nice little farm counties. Five per cent. Farm Loans. Mr. and Mrs. George Harris, of near town. The bride has been the W. KING and SON. i No. 5. Is a suburban tract of 138 Ilirminghain are here for the holidays ellicient milliner for G. M. Lyons for mo. Lexington, Ky. several years and has made a host of acres situated on main pike with buildwith Judge and Mrs. E, W, Harris. friends who wish for them a long and ing site'for dwelling right at the city Mr. Sam II. Harris of Louisville, has happy life. limits city water and lights installed, MANY' FARMS. been spending u few days with his parmost of this farm in grass. This farm Many farms change ownership about ents. Judge and Mrs. E. W. Hniris. will produce the variety of crops usual this time of the year. The buyer should THE CHEAPEST to the best lands in this county. This Miss Tillie Marie Moore of Danville. tract has one large splendidly construct- make SURE and for his purchnso sehas been the attractive guest of her AND BEST FOOD. ed stock barn, one 8 acre newly con- cure a "CONTINENTAL" fire and aunt. Miss Sallie Tillett. on Hill Court. tornado jwlicv. See D. A. Thomas, Our high grade Hour is the cheapest structed tobacco harm. Farm well Agt., office Record Uldg., farm propfenced and watered. This tract has Mr. Jerry Respesg of Winston-Salefood you can buy. The United States KENT Cottages on it. always tented, erty a sjieclalty. N. C. arrived this week and is with his Department'of Agriculture in Ilullctin family at the home of Mrs. Susan Fish- - 112 says; The actual food value in units that produce a rental equal to the aver of energy in dilferont articles of food. age income on a $5000 investment. Price $20,700. $5,700 cash and balance Mrs. Tom Slavin entertained at an same amount, is as follows; in equal payments d'le in 2, 3 and 4 elegant Christmas dining, Tuesday, at Units of energy. years. Iluy this for a home and live 335. her pretty country home on the Rich Eggs convenient and accessible to the advan sirloin licet mond road. 410. tages of one of the best small cities Milk- 1030. at the Mrs. J? hi. Staunton of Covington, anywhere. Pork 1035. arrived Wednesday and will ho the Cheese No. C. Ia a tract of 70 acres; has all 1185. guest of her mother, Mrs, Muggie . Ilutter 13C5. the improvements of tract No. 5 and is Markshury. Potatoes 2050. priced at $12,250 and is worth the mon Pure,Fresh,Dellcious Mr. Glass Carrier, one of our boys Ileans, dried in , 3010. ey. Terms $4250 cash and balance Home Made Candy, who is making good in Akron Ohio, is Flour, best ii5IO. equal payments maturing in 2, 3 and at home with his purcnts, Mr. and Mrs. Our Specialty. Iluy our guaranteed tir t patent Hour 4 yeurs. W. S. Carrier. No. 8. Is one of the most attractive, Rig stock of Apples, Bananas, Rnd.lmke your own bread. Money back " Oranges, Cakes, Crackers, substantial, and convenient suburban Dr. Milton Elliott, who is attending if it does not please you. Hudson, Hughes & I'arnuu homes in tho city a two story dwelling Bread, Pencil, Tablets, Etc. the Louisville Dental college, ia at home oi ten rooms, including halls and panYour patronage is cordially the guest of his parents, Dr. and Mm. tries, all requirements in out buildings, solicited. Phone 212. Wllllnrj to Suffer In Good Cause. W. M. Elliott. 1 certainly enjoyed that lights and waWr: has several acres Mr. John McUoberts who is studying dunce." She "I'm mi ghld you (lid; suitable for building lots. We will in Louisville arrived Friday the twelve dollars' worth of Mines you pharmacy trade this handsome city dwelling and and is with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. ruined fur mu Ik u small thing to Hand acrage in on good a farm. If you wish In the way of jour enjoyment, Mr. to retire R. E. McRoberts. from the farm you should Illnks." The Widow. know about this one. Mr. Thomas Wilson, of Howling Pneumonia as a Health Test. Science now believes that n iiinn No. 9. Is a bargain, 170 acres 3 milGreen joined his wife here Sunday for How "Rubbers" Were Produced. es from Lancaster, right on turnpike, who has Just passed through an atn,vi.lt to Mrs. Wilson, a parents Mr. Imagin"Rubbers," n liavi has Uvo dwellings and two good Aiiurlians and Mrs. J. R. Mount. barns. tack of pneumonia Is the best ipimeil them, wero the Invention ol This farm will produce hemp and to- able life Insurance risk, for the luct Im absolute Miss Edna ICavanaugh, it popular and t'htirlcM Goodyenr, father of tho mar ho survived the dUtuae one half in grass, price that efficient teacher in the D. & I). College who bellied produce the! Goodyear well" bacco, about proof of his powers of resistance and . In IKCJ It was found tlm $100 per acre, in Indianapolis, is spending tho holiday endurance. 10, Is a two story dwelling, situated India rubber, dissolved In turpentine season with her parents. mid mixed Mlth hiuipbluck, would give in the city limits, large size lot, in good Mies Rebecca Williams, of liristol. n waterproof surface to leather. 111!' locality. The dwelling is newly built, Tenn., arrived last Saturday for the the I en tlier i trentcd huh subject U in splendid condition and attractive; all Christmas holidays and is with tier atmosphere rhuiiges, heat cmulug it to the city conveniences, water, lights, father, Mr. John Williams. melt nud colli to cruck. Mr. Goodyear sidewalks. The owner leaving city and mixed kiilphur with tho other comwill take $2500. Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Swiuebroad en bination ii nd produced rubber. tertained their children and grand chil The Ultimate Car. 7 No. II. City Property-Dwelli- ng. dren at an elegant dinner ut the Ken- rooms ami cellar, situated on beautiful America's First garlan Hotel on Christmas day. Trees Used for Cisterns. Richmond street, large lot and has all Among the inoxt eurlous of tree Is conveniences including garage and Knight Motor Car. barn. A handsome baby boy arrived at the the glgiiiitlc baobab, which llourUhes hdmo of Mr, and Mrs. William Wood In central Afrlcu, tho trunk of which No. 12. Five room dwelling, modern, Four Cylinder last Thursday night. The young man Komvtluiea uttulim u diameter of 40 good barn, large lot fronting on Lexbeen christened John William. haf feet, iiccordlug to the Ims Angeles ington St, cheap at $2500. der No. 13. Iluilding this Messrs Chas Doty, , Win. Jones, Times. This trunk serves ua a nuturul cistern, retaiulug rulu water In large No. we ofTer you attractive tingle and Eight Cylinder Howard Montgomery, Win, Aker, Rice quiintitlea In u cavity formed ut the Temll, Jpsepli Kavanaugh, are here toil. The AruhM iirtltlclully hollow double building lots, splendid location. 300 feet deep, $450 to$!)00, capable ! for tho holidays from Akron, Ohio, out the trunks of largo, baobabs uud over light connections. If interested, write or phone fill them with water during the pre- of water and Mr. Ector Lawaon who lias been at valence of rulu ua a provision ugalust tending tho University ot Virginia Tbe Thomas Real Estate Agenr. Ed. C. Law Srhool is spending his vacation tho dry reason. These cisterns uro lu D. A, Thomas, Mgr. tuuny cut.es 20 feet lu height aud eight WILMORE, KY. with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Win, or ten feet la diameter. Lawson, Lancaster, Ky. Ofilce Record Uldg. t. My .it-p-2I-3d I 12-- Bargains Candy Kitchen. 1 1a CoyS. Sanders Stearns. $1450. $2150. Lots-Un- ! Benckendtrf The Central Record, Thursday, December 28, 1916. PAINT LICK I Or. Wen. Off.tw at Ilainey's Jjmantcr. D. Pryor, Stable. Kentucky Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. Livery S. mn Phone IV. Morrow, Graduate Optician dltMe. Fitted. Hatultctlon Our.nld J.E. EDWARDS, 391-M O' Mr. Frank Itilston spent Thursday in Richmond. Mr. Blolr McLIn spent Xmas with the home folk,. Mrs. II. J. Patrick was host nt a family dining on Sunday. Miss Miriam Led ford Is visiting Miss Etta Terry, In Hreathltl Co. Mrt. J. II. Brandenburg wan hosiers at an elegant dining on Monday. MARKSUUKY Miss Elizabeth Ueasley of Madison Institute la at home for thu holidays, Christmas Greetings and a Happy Mr. and Mrs. Vaughn Norman of New Year to the Editor. Covington, art) guests of his parents Mr. Noel Ilogio returned last week Mr. llarrv McWhorter of Lincoln, from Detroit where he has been spendspent the holidays with thu home folks. ing several months. Crcmo Dairy Feed is the best feed Mr. and Mrs. 13. M. were hosts at an elaborate dining Christmas Day. that ever went Into a cow., It will For make your cow give more milk. Itev. and Mrt. C. S. Ellis spent the sale only by Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. holidays with her parents ut Butler Ky, At the sale ot Messrs Dunn which was Misses Stella McWhorter and Ethyl held last Wednesday stock brought the Estridge spent Saturdyy in Richmond. following prices; cows $29 to $35, yearMiss Maurine Mcl.m was host at a ling mules tM to $30. Household furdelightful dialing dish party Chrismaf niture brought reasonable prices. cloth going away gown with velvet and fur hat. Mi. Estrldgo I tho eldest son ot Mrs. A, II. Estridge and is an estimable, upright gentlemen, and one of our enterprising young real estate men. The happy couple left Immediately for a stay of gome length in Louisville and Illooinlngton Indiana, and on their return will go to housekeeping. The best wishes of n host of friends go with them. worsen blue 3 BIG BDRLET Loose Leaf Tobacco Warehouse 612 1 lar South Broadway. KENTUCKY. LEXINGTON, Come and m "We Doty a car nominaf' sub1 ' --- e Rev. J. W. Mahan performed a dou Ledford and ble wedding ceremony last Wednesday BUCKEYE, KY. Mist Iva, were shopping in ltichmond, afternoon at the parsonage. The con Thursday. tracting parties were Mr. Willie Coul Mr. and Mrs. Hume Rucier'of Louit- - ter and Miss Nora Soper. Mr. Herbert ville. were guests of Mrs. I. C. ItucVer Stone and Miss Osa Coulter, (vopular young folks of the Rryantsville district. the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Rice Woods entertained Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Swope and ton Fine Cut Flowers. a few friends delightfully on Saturday came over from Danville to be present evening at rook. at the annual family reunion at the M. Miss Elizabeth Eldridge of the faculty home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. 0, of Sayre College, is with her parents K. Swope. The celebration will take place on the arrival of Mrs. Wilford for the holidays. -Mr. and Mrs. Iteid Lear, and children Dye of Middleburg, and Mrs. George of Middlesboro, are guests of Mr. and Lucas of Mt. Salem, who arrives later. courteous Every for hand- Mrs. II. M. Lear. At'a recent buriness meeting of the ling and Mr. and Mrs. Charles briend of Flor church the following officers were electS. Swope reelected Lick, Kentucky. ence Indiana, are guests of Mr. James ed for the year; D. Clark reelected S. church clerk, R. S. Calico and family. S. Secretary and Treasurer. E. T. SutMr. and Mrs. Edge of Clay City have M. D. V. Jl. returned home after a few days visit ton assistant S. S. J no. I'ruitt was recognized as deacon and was also elecwith Mr. and Mrs. Edd Williams. ted church treasurer, Tom Chesiiutt -Genuine Kanawha salt does not hard-- ; retiring. en in the barrel. Heat for curing meat. No Troubls. The nominees in the "pretty girl conHudson, Hughes & Farnau. Graduate Cincinnati Veterinary "That's a funny houw Smith Is test" were. Misses Elizabeth Doty, College. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Guvn will snend Pearl and Virgie Hogg. lie's got the Mlllnrd nxnn Miss Virgie building. KENTUCKY, the latter part of the vlttk in Shelby, Hogg refused to enter the race leavicg nnd his den In thi cellar." That's DANVILLE. ville with Mr. and Mrs. y. C. only 2 contestants. The bidding was his wife's Idea. She got tired of hear ing him grumble eiery time he liad to At Reduced Fares, on sale Daily to lively and the contestants stood side by to iiiu go down In the cellar to nttend to thn a Mr. and Mrs. Tom Logsdon and side until on the last ballot when the fiirnnce." FLORIDA-CUBA-NE- W dnughtcr, visited Mr. and Mrs. W. D. referee called 'time up' cast the decida Logsdon in Ilrassfleld Tuesday and ing vote for Miss Doty, who was DIRECTOR Wednesday. And All Resorts of awarded the prize for the "prettiest! Flth That Builds a Nest. Offlce Over National Hank. Mr. Aulher Eldridge, who has been girl". The contest and pie supper The stickleback Ih one of the moit i . .. . Stop-Ov- er ptesiJence t'hone 3. Office I'hone 27 in Akron Uhio, lor tlie past seven ; which was held at Rice Academy interesting nieiiil! of the lliinr tribe brought in $30. proceeds to be used for It constructs a home for Hh pnwpec- -' months, came Saturday to spend Xmaa LANCASTER, KY. ! a school library. unite, and then iiimint gunrdover live with the home people. FINAL LIMIT FOR RETURN, MAY 31, 1917 It until the unite oiim-- s ulnng. The Mr. Itoht. Ledford and fam'Iy, Mr. I home Is built from mmeed, tulgs Tor complete information and d:Kripli've Leon Ledford and family, Mr. Robert BOOKKEEPING mid annnllc plants, uliltli an- - Ingenliterature, call on nearest TICKET AGENT Butfness.PhoDogrtphy iously woven toeether. There nre two , Ledford of Winchester anil Miss Ava or write TYPEWRITING and sntninres to the home, wldrh nre McWhorter were guests of Mr. and Mrs TPl.PfiRAPHY lieier left unguarded by thu muster of Millard Ledford, Monday. II. 0. KING, Passenger rnJ Ticket Aenl the lioue until the ludy ot his choice-sliiiillleThe play. "Tho Afflicted Family"1 118 East Main Strctt, LEXINGTON, Y. out at cost. her willingness to enter,-Popula- r given by Prof. Long and his English Ut rri."Dt h yerofirlfin? In iwhiIIJ' Science Monthly. n1 wnmii 1r l.titr lw. class on Friday evening was thoroughly Um.WIl.llCH U. MITII,CMij1m, Kj. enjoyable. Each performer played his part in an interesting intelligent manner and the whole affair was a great night Mr. and Mr. Millard see the way we handle our sale before you decide where to sell. We will get for you the highest market-pricfor EVERY Basket. Honaker Dentist. Casey, Jthn McRoberts. f. J. PATRICK, q W Strip your tobacco carefully, get it in good case, bring it to us and we will do the rest. Prompt, attention. selling tobacco. facility O Paint Mn Veterinary Surgeon. WINTER TOUKIST TICKETS ORLEANS the South n fUORAL p Liberal Privileges Three Brown Manley CULTIVATORS to close G.C. COX, Mansfe.Ky Offkao-Storm- success. The marriage of Miss Sallie liurnam Denny and W. A. Wheels Woods and Mr. Roy W. Estridge, which took place on Wednesday at high noon Doctors Of Dental Surgery. In the parlors of the Presbyterian Building. rer Hnrt A Audei manse at Stanford was the culmination Ma's urnlture dtore. of a romance that began when the LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. werj but school children. The date of the wedding had been kept quite a secret from the general public, the contracting parties leaving by automo bile accompanied by Mrs. II. J. Patrick and Miss Chastine Rucker. The bride, who is the daughter of Mr. E. L. Woods and is one of the Invlieat and most admired members of the younger set, I. L "1 Fruit and Shade Shrubs, GraDe Vines, Roses, Phlox, Peonies TREES Tres Rhubarb. Asparagus, Lexington, Kentucky. 1811. ifldMfl TOBACCO I I - - TO - - n K i Everything for Orchard. Lawn and Garden. Write for free Catalogue. No Aiits Now Well "Thedford'a medicine best I erer used." writes J. A. Steelman, otPatton ville, Texas, "(suffered terribly with liver troubles, and could get no relief. The doctor) said I had conBlack-Draug- ht H.F.Hillenmeyer urnirr a. AA & Sons. 1810 is the I Leon villi, ky. Uawi a.Mrtmant Hd tar faA value LANCASTER WAREHOUSE FURS Midland 'imam USfc.il i 4 0, sumption. all. Finally I I could not work at STANFORD, STREET n tried in Jefferson "School &f Law. C -- iTJ. TWO YKAHtlM S vr t w Mk n n A Bill" blu hi U marliuid I'muir itura lor lmr 4 Ur T- BLACK- -. i i lift ii DRAUGHT and to my surprise, 1 sot better, end am to-d- ay as well as any C, A. Qt Speith Company MANAGERS. 111 tiv towri phone w HIGHEST PRICES PAID Jt.mltt.ac. M.U.J on D.r SMpail U R.clv.d No CoBinIitioB to Pay WrU. Im, Pric Lbl aad 8Upiai Tut ently settled by thV chise, tut ft would b. Co.v M. Sabel & c Sots Is a general, cathartic, vegetable liver medicine, that has been regulating Irregularities of the liver, stomach and bowels, for over 70 yetrs. a package today. Insist oa tba We Pay Highest Market Prices. Unload the Same Day. No Commission Charged. Phone 308. Also Branch House at MORELAND, H i i KY. gwulaa Thedford'a. E-- 70 Louavii t r. ky. ' " The Central Record, Thursday, December 28,rf8TB7 lilt Copli-fl- l 1 THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. A SYNOPSIS Of The Proposed NEW KENTUCKY REVENUE $50,000 rrnldent' J. Surplus 430,000. Vice AND TAXATION Comtltutlonal LAW A. It DENMY, a STOKMKS, I'rfj't. S. C. DENNY. Cashier. I Mill AHBxzT9rriiiwiVKL-".- T j itrr Tt--c ..... r vT Ij In over a xjcrillion homes they Tmow At nomo time every wotniin has had cofTeo problem "bud cofiec, medium coflccj coffee that wus never her "I have been usint; Arbuckles' Coffee for years. I think St is the only coffee fit to drink." Mrs. A. C W., Lay, Colo. twice the same." A million women hnvo solved the problem by serving Arbucltlcs'. Get a package of Arbuclde3' Coffee today and see why. Everyone likos it. Morning after morning n million men prnra it for its fax, full flaWr. Women dapond on it. In an thM kouMt, it help nvaka break' ' fast a complete mxemm. P-c4 "We have used Arbuckles Coffee for ten years, and have not yet found its superior or equal." Mi3S H., Bussemer, Ala. what a LMnimmd t- fw of lltews women ArbuclW il Hh J Oofba ' i s - .I C9."-Arbu-- bur h the tin beoMMie it l B., fccec, K tr to "The finest cup of coffco I ever tnstcdl" Like these million other women you can lwvo your husband sny this. Isn't that aatkfnction worth a little timn and effort wouldn't it be worth whits oven to make a special trip to the grocer' store for a package of that fresh, full flavored coffee a million other men awe enjoying? tomorrow, He will prate it znomiog fitter morning; When ytra eerv Arbockles' you wSl kopw whj it hac solved the ootfee praBtam over a ffwiipn homes. Have U t mj-f- - tM .r."- -Ji. bwieejtMitrongrhee, aivi Arfcucfclw' rcka(E sr full VOoMwawr, lUni. Thr nrw law li In forinlly llh the Ainmd' mnt 1o Wfcllon III of the Cormtllullnn authorlilns the Oentral to Cltitlfy proprty for t.xallon. tl-- ,. ol taxtlon on each Fix tho Delgnate which claitc, ahall be tuD. local taaatlen. ject to Th hew law provlJea tor Permanent it 6tate Ta rmriiit Mate Tax Commlailon. Cnmmllon to carry Into effect the provlalona ami tierclae aupervlalon over th" enllrn qur-Ho- n of Htate Taxation. To devote lt entire time to the cjueatlon anil nrnume the dutlea of the various Itoarna and alonn now havlnc authority to aa.eaa and tai property for Btate piirpo.ea at Krank. fort. The new law flei the rate Rate of Taxation, of taxation on all tuiahla Htate purposK at tiroperty vali'e. forty eenta on earh tin" of aejr-rente. a at preaem, Inetead of flfty-nv- e on all r!a.,ea of property excepting In liank. whlrh are to lie taxed at ten cenla on each $100 for the purpoae pf encournnlir; thrift nml saving, and tlie jucftterrd circulation of money now In other of exccnelve taxation. re.pert. taxation for Htate purpoeea will le abaolutely uniform on all cUr.es of property, whether owtie.1 by the realdente of town, or the country. Apportion. The apportionment for e.ich Hem of expen.e remain ment of dl.turbed, and the Oeneral 15xtenee Kunil the School TuiHl. tho itlnl.liHr Huml, the Kentucky Uxlver.lt- - ami Hood Tax will receive the name Ht proportion of I ha tevenue aa heretofore. Real Ctatt. Ileal eitate will be taxe.1 aa iit present ami acoordinit to Ha locality Hi the eo'intry or town ami dtle for lMt purpoma at the unirate, and for county, form fwty-i- ii town or taxing tthUrltH at the total rote Tit value flxael by the loet uthidtl,-- a of teal estate riepearh on ll. location and eMrronmllCMC anil ahuki ImtwsveaawBta naturally coatrlhute toward tan roalnte. nauco( nch Iroprovewenta. Prrfrenil Pereonal tropertjr ta ttateil Into olaaaea and each taxed tinKorrnty. daaa will whether cwked by tHa reavrienl of a town ue me i imatry. coe tat parpoeep tor wmcn It ta laxca. Wenay ami Money In kane). tea. CTCattt. t'Ht. aotnraair and anarp of .lock In farelcn cotrpera-Ihkte IxarTtnc than lv.enty-- v ivr It. T. Jmbry, AsVt Cuahler. J. GlU, Ilook-Keep- -. rt Safety Deposit WE Boxes For Rent. SOLICIT Y0UK BUSINESS. Hxmnxl D. Cochran, Stormeo, S. C. Alex K. Denny. J. II. Poey, J. B. J. I.. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. 1L 3 7- C 3C Ti 100 T fr in iritnt vital u Per Cent. j .. Efficiency n nr r luitc Tt .i auu jrruuuLiivc iLitciyy. a 1 Thiit'i! what you ought to have. If you're below that, you're Kivinf the other fellow the best of it. In the --stress and strain of modern life you have to be keyed up lo the best that's in you, if you expect to go the route ui.d fir.dinf- - "inf ide the money". You ounht to keep tab on yourself, and when you discover-thsliuhtest flfitis of lettiPK down, you oURht to rome to nature's relief by taking n rjeod tor.Ic to lirnce up the vital fnrces snd rebuild wasted tissues. C-CillaX- OZEn-Builders. "rX.ZE TheTGreatest of All Tonics and System will resture the KW Hr cent efficiency In bodily vigor which e.r'ry to have. man iintl tvomun-Hi:contains ml the e l aa most elfrctive in inRrectienls reevk'nized by buildiOK up the Weak tpota of the IkkI) , rnl then they are compounded a'.d MendttI in a way the ordinary doctor ha net learner yet. COM-- EI.-SAis on sain at Stnrrtnii Drujr Store. Lancaster. Ky. H.liO for 3 bozt-- a, make 3 quatts of medicine and last :i nnmth. igu-'lGuaranteed to satisfy yot' or mony Lhi . rbi.-- i IrUf store our fan.utis LtlWJAOY lo has m LINIMENT tor rhctirnatic pailix. ne iralgia, lumbaKo. cult, burns, brtriaea, Ismt iii" and soreness, 25e and 50c bcllie". Tr cor SdtvnerlRore. 10c u bar, I! fi.r2rc Will 4 - I on request a cofiy r our lire at book "Tb Cowbo.' Hrd;. -' ?l r. . yea wast, the zqfh 4lart tMnnc aW. r. ' afa "wmmm 'tfaatatsat. wcm. "my -Afbta yc gnidB - htr ' ( m4t tiv r.w ArbydHw' "H " fa rwusai iiwTt irr w .r iifT, -':.r, viwiiiiu&LH&k 3, .g,?,;t JL-- 'ag v jaK.-jg- ". ObSGPiba For The I Re60r K. UEATllKKA'JK. 3.v-Ti- I,i. PrsL I T J. CL KTiy, VUa Pi MM a Of son Tobacco. WrehoiS8 QO.M P Ati- V. AN Qntyt - N, r I.. 4. . CAPITAL i.vCurtif. $40,000.00 U. DtftEtTOKS U. i'. Vft. , IM P. Jkluata, ' KeHoo Coy, ale Begins Wsdnesday, Oeo 27th We are cxpccthi(i a yood stroitfj marlcct and ',vc want to sell your tobacco for you. jected basket this season. please you. As ah evidence of this con-- : sider the fact that we have not 'had a re- We have pleased others and we can Every member of this Ann timl almost every one of its tmplojcfs is a fenner und interest Is your interest. our We lmve the house, the IliJht, the price mid the experience to serve yoii and we wunt to do it. Under sumc management since organization. Call us any time, night or day und come to see us when in town. Wishing you u Merry Xmas and n Happy oml Prosperous New Yenr. MADISON TOBACCO WAREHOUSE COMPANY. Incorporated. HUti ptirtiu-win ba taxed Warm forty-cealy. at tit ratn i MM o( all ether uxation. 8nnraa of aturl. tm Kentaaky cort'OraUana) and farvltrn i ' tvimtluaji bavtntt.Miore then rwnty-r- h taaatlilel OiO;wrt- - In nar ewn. ttt tat B Heartuelty eaerppt at pau ay fran taxutlon. as iaa coiporaiioaa. ud taata, an rarm tpteenta and etaaklaary. the niacbln rv of natneaoturta ertaBltaaawiHs, In'iodlPf.P raw avUwtal a rat prueVaet tn r.ure aaaaafactara. wtBe taxed for Ftata only at tae untfortn rate of forty cant tit Heu of alt other faxotton. Mertaajrea wlB be taxed for Meftiayla. etat Buraotnn cnly at antfomr 'tat of forty tent. urt K for r TMtfHnat eaetaaalhar ttiraa vaara. a realatm- an each llM; taaa fee of twentynv.-'leM- a prqiitrixt tn oraar tp atteara wtu feata tor-iHmoar ttnaefa'aa iaM- time toana. a tate la th only KeataccV . any. nui they wotdd hava Ranlca a ad truat earn-Tru- e eanke nal Cam. rjtrntaa rHi tt aubjeot to the aanlaa, aanie taaatlon aa at preae i. bwl the ttiata tax wfj! w a anlv forty rtnta tnataaH of Bfty-llv- e, at preaent. alaf tee aaaaaaiaiut will fc Mad br Uw aermaaent Vxx Owamuaalua lnaiead af tb Ulate Rears of Valuation. tlanka have bcretofuee been aeee.t on a 4if(erant kasls of- eataatton froa, otlef piekawo, aMiteta- ajotropase4 (9 sla- tora tbta I ktank Bank ganaafta arc alaeanv In Daaaelt. a aejiarata claaa and t ami ne raian ar ta tawa m ( ten cent on etch floo on moirev on P"t hprenb'r X.ta- waleh tax mnv. 1Mb"-- ever, ha paid- - tf - bnnaa for their WM potent or by tha depoetter ilmma.Haa. j ant lata HjnHnl ta fa eelruuteat- - to iaiK'ty Inrraaa the icpifi In baaka, a ajuittrv not aa depcattcd win be subject ta r f'rty trnta. , tr.x rat th. Ra.leaaah) aa rtallrsoda and puaitr wtli PuatlB Wrvlce rervks earperatlam. aMieeied l,v the per- , inanent Tax Cotnailaatau Dad .the taxe aa the varlfma elawiei of aanv own wtutb tha atm Draper ty forty eenta for tal an for InUHldnale pitnuiree oa aropertv taxed far Mate put-poonly And Mach bal Uxea aa tka local aulhorttlea fix an properly euhferi to aie. The t lu. sf frjncttlaat aril) alM he lx-- J br the State Tax Cantaale-alo- n ami taa new taw Ueneea wHb all pth.r mat Taxtna Baarria and tthtM prtvlleaaH of ether Commtaalona at Ptknk- fnrf ' M. rchanra will be taxed oH Merchant,. thetr reil eetata aa4 taaajlila imwinaJty aa kereiofor. aat at tpe tower Htate tax rale of forty cat., and rh local rata a mav le fixed lv the loenl "t- -. aerouata ami anab In auihorttiaa. lll Iv. taxed for Stale purpQae huial tmlv at the uniform forty-cerata In lieu of othr laxm ami baak dapotlta at ten eeut on bach J100. rVtantifaeturert. .Marmfacturera will U ubjerted to the payment of State taxea only on their machinery aim! raw malriiM and product tn course of manufacture, notes. Dcrounla. cash In luind mid other Intanalble personalty at the r.ue of fotty cents, and bank deposit at ten cents on each 1100. Their teal estate will be subject to Stat and local taxes as at present. Tarmer will be subjected to Farmers. the present taxatlnn'nn Utelr land and Improvement, but II' Inx rle for Htate purpose will be forty cent Initead of fifty-fivAitrlcultural Implements and machinery will be taxed for Plate purpose only at th uniform forty-cen- t rate. Crops grown within the year are exempt fioni all taxation. lUnk deposit will be taxed at ten cent on th hundred dollars, and this tax tn.iy be paid by hanks. Cash on hand, notes and accounts, taxabl bonds and slocka will be taxed for Tilate purposes only at the rate. uniform fotty-ren- t I,lvetoclc will b taxed as Livestock. at present, but the Htate tax rate will be forty Instead of flf oewt. r ibetr taaatiW lr piatnilv In y 3TORMES DRUG STORE, Lancaster, Ky. Remedy Co. Dakoto 3721-3- Jeck-White-Mo- 1 West Broadwar. LOlMSVll.t.K. IttBtlflSV le w. o. mm mm& LanCfKster, Oifector 8. sm 4m Snibalmer. PhB '..3 k OrSee Pimm KtraitrCQCtt Keniucky. rrSJat. teLaste. t' ONE S400 YEA. " $2 00 SIX MONTHS tte 0Ol!l?IERJOURNRb Daily By .Mail (NOT SUNDAY) a FARM and FAMILY. V A GREAT MONTHLY MAGAZINE I I SpeciallRate I JANUARY AND FEBI.UARY ONLY. Period Limited to These Two Months. Splendid Combination at Little Over Half the I 1 Regular Price. I a , cent. Household Furniture, Office State tax rat will b forty Instead of fltty.flv cent., and there will ba th present exemption of I2SS for head of families. ALL TAXPAYERS IN FAVOR OF A BETTER TAX LAW SHOULD WRITE TO THE OOVERNOR AND UROE HIM TO CALL A SPECIAL SESSION TO CONSIDER SAME. Inr picture, musical Instru merits and Jewelry, villi be taxed as at present, but the Household effects, Includ-an- d I 1 1 1 when sent through regular Subscription orders nt this rate will be accepted only Courier-JournAgent in al Third Street, L. & A. Depot, Richmond, Ky R. E. McRoberts, COURIER-JOURNAL Lancaster, Ky: CO., Louisville, Kyv The Central FtecorcJ, Thursday, Decemberf28, 1 9 1 6.1 Sheriffs Sale FOR On Monday, Jamiarv 22nd, 1917, at onr o'clock, in front of the Court Home door In Lancaster, Ky., I will offer to the highest bidder for cash, so much of the following described property, as will pay the State, County and district scnooi taxes ior me year lUKi. The purchaser is entitled to deed in two years and interest at the rate of 30 per cent per annum and 1ft per cent damages if redeemed in that time. These are the uncollected Taxes nml must be paid by January 22nd. or the properly will be sold. Lancaster No. 1, White. Goina Henry 7a Crimes . .'. Hurt Sarah & Susie G t. I., bal . Jim-,...- Leavell Susie (n. r ) 125a Hayden 4a Vnnhook o'. H. & L. J. 1 White Geo (n r) 53a ..( No 1 Colored. Alcorn Minervia ltl- Arnold Lucy 1 1 1 ...T, Beazley Mary 10 a Ileazley Sam Wand Bill Bruce Ainandy 3 a Burdett Jim 4 a Uurdett Bright 2 a Burnmari Lewis 1 Bumman Lucinda Denny Mary Jane, heirs, Doty Earnest Doty Edna 5 a and . Dunn Bill la Faulkner Lewis Harris W, H, 1 1 1 Herring Anne 5 n Hiatt Annie Jennings Geo B 1 a..1 KaulTman Mattie t I .. $4 99 C 30 41 58 34 12 21 19 15 3t 14 25 3C5 3 65 fl 95 5 84 5CG 2 33 4 4 10 4 -- 2 No, 4. White. Alma A. C. (n. r.) 227 a Baird, S. L. 50 a ' Ballard P. J. 5 a Brock'Emmitt 20 a Brock Carlo 50 u Brock Jess 25 n Cornelius W. II. 60 a Davis Enos In Edlin Bros, 15 a Epps Choi G..64 a Hotmnn J. M.'IS a Holman Sam 10 a Hopkins Frank 25 a KInnard Emma 4 a Led ford M. F. 85 J Lemny Lewis Dr. Letcher 166 Martin Mrs. Elizabeth 12 a Miller Susan 6 a I'arker Mrs Lucy 15 n l'ulllns, Mrs. .Clyde 15 a Robinson and Uobinson 60 a Shelton Lish 50 a Singleton J. N. (n r) 45 a Tudor Tom Williams Ed 1 a Willis M, F. 28 a Wilson J. H. 60 a Woolmine Mike 46--a Colored No. 4. Anderson Jejs 18 a ' Adams Susan heirs, 5J a Burnside Clay Faulkner Bill Faulkner Abe Sr. 3 a Faulkner Jane hrs. 2 a Faulkner Wm 2 a Friendship's Rsward. 11 CO 16 84 4 95 4 50 C 4 The most 1 can do for my friend Is simply to he his friend. If hit knows I ntn happy In lovlnz him hj nil! want no other reward. Thereati. 33 81 Claud of Witnesses. "But how nm I to know Hint you really love roe?" sighed the village' 28 17 " 2 32 mnlilen. "Jint ask nurlmdy In 3 79 Junk-vllle,- ns Summer Iline in -- two Laiiv 1 r rains: s m nrotur 35 85 4 75 5 13 logically miftncred tlu traveling man who had visited her two Sun days In succession. Judge. la 6 36 6 30 KM I 6 00 3 20 7 00 Wanted Her Change. ' Kathleen, four yenrs old. during the wulk to morning services nn Sundif was handed n eoln mid Instructed to drop It In the collection plate when It wns pnssed. When the time onme for 1 70 Kathleen to do her part she climbed 2 25 to n stnmllng position on the scat and 12 92 whispered Into her mother's ear: "How 3 80 much do I get hack J" 4 71 16 90 4 31 2 25 si uthern Raiiforay Jacksonville 8:50 n. m. Thrnt'eh tonnectJbn on train Jcavinir Lottisvill . : ... a. in., urnviug jul'ksuiivijic n.fn a. ni. o:ou t.t 11 Aiken, Auautta, C'liarlc.on, Columbia, Savannah, oumir.cr.in: anu omcr souinern retort. Winter Tourfit, VaiUMt Tocr nd Ilomrifck. en' recursion F.cinovin rn?et Stnpnen and other M cclnl daturct. Fell infoi .nation nd iutt irom local Scutlicin Railway agtnt or write B. , PU.ins Cnr Srrrifc H.TodJ.Dittrict P.i.'r Ac.nt,Surk Bid, .,LouS.TlII.,ICy la .2 7 11 00 IK) 33 la la 9 61 4 97 (J 03 4 96 7 75 3 C5 4 97 ltl la ltl ft .. ltl ltl .. ltl .. it 97 Leavell AM 1 a 32 Stewart Yantis 7 a 28 Slavin Maudy 2 a 97 Yeakey Joe I a 33 G.T. BALLARQ, Jr., 6 62 SHERIFF OF GARRARD 8 93 g 30 Faulkner Edith 20 a Harris William 2 a Kelly, Isiah 26 a Lcavcll Jonas la 3 97 . 6 00 n 33 We chose to sell the " 4 97 0 30 6 30 '2 tsq CO 82 T .aaaaaaafeaaVrfaaaaat LaV life .flafla ltl Prejudice. 12 92 Prejudice- - Is knmvinrr It , 6 30 6 30 .when you don't know anything nbout ITeJlUUcO N SOIIllitlllntr vnfl nrn It. !n' Kavanaugh Morth 1 t I Kavanaugh John 25 a Lacky Alex Leavell Anderson Lewis Steve-heir- s Mayfield Jery 1 Mayfield Andy Meadows Andy Miller Bessie Newland Sarah Robinson Eliza ltl ltl Mcher Mary, heirs 1 1 1 ltl C 4 97 3 31 2 68 10 75 5 03 14 ltl .... acres . ., I 2 32 sure, you haven't n lilt of vnursrtr. Imt you are sure everybody else has a lot or it. I'rejuiilce Is the mother of lazl nous, the nllr of Icnorance mid Miner xtltlon. nnd the world's greatest bar to progress. Osteopathic Magazine. G 30 because Wc KNOW that the Maxwell Motor Company; the kind of a concern which will manufacture a" product exactly as it claims, and will stapfl'back of its product both morally and financially. is ltl a..' ltl t 1 I 23 8 28 6 62 HUNTERS TAKE NOTICE, 6C2 5 64 5 38 3 32 4 97 3 97 3 C5 Salter Mattie 11 ltl 1 A. Simpson Bettie hrs 1 t Small wood Jesse Torracne Smith 12 a Williams Herbert Williams Jtmei ... la 563 7 62 ltl la 5 93 6 30 No. 2 Bryantsville. Durham. J. J. & L. A. 35a mil, U.26; 19JC Durham. James, 20 a . Grtbam BaMje, l Graham Bn, lO.a Htlcomb W, B. 1 T. L, Nelson W. U. Hrs. 35 a Pollard Ben (N.K.) 54 a. ... ... $16 90 3 95 233 18 25 16 65 12 60 15 30 4 r.r. Bros, J. W, Sweeney 65 Withers Bros. W. M. Mahan 4 93 William, Marcus and Jim White, B. F. Wilmot. J. D. Pope No. 2. Colored. Fred J. Conn,' Mrs David Chenault Anderson Wm. 4 a all taxes (V. Elmore, J, W..R. Cook 1915. $14.21; 1916 ..$15 21 T. C. Rankin. Hutrman Bros Dunn Corr.madore, His. 3 a 3 C5 5am Cotton, Wm. G. Anderson, Dunn Sam, J a 5 00 T. M. Arnold. W. B. Moss Elmore Almiry 3 a ,,. 6 3d It. E. Henry. Jr. Jno. M. White Hicks Mary B, Hrs, 3 65 A. D, Bradshaw, Bright Herring Jefferson Crennell, 4 a 7 36 R. L. Barker. bcott Huffman Myers Willis, Hrs, 14 a 7 63 Wm. and Lizzie Onstott. Segar Wm & sister In 5 65 Segar Gem, 2 a 7 30 Withers Jumes, 6 30 v Buckeye No. 3. White. 4 Preston Harrison 1 1 Preston Asbury, 20 a Preston J. T. 1 a Pryor M. V.9 . ., Shearer W. Roy, 1 a ..... Slade C. II. 45 a Southerland Mrs. J. A. 10 Stypes Ray,' In 8 80 6 35 9 30 4 65 18 out this agreement. Except each of us have the right to kill rabbits on our Tarms or permit it to be done" by nowier unuer our supervision, or the supervision of some responsible and reliable person selected by us. This November 15th, 1915. R. L. Elkin. J. E. Robinson Jno. M. Farra. W. H. Brown, W. B. Burton. Alex Walker. Haselden Bros., T. A. Elkin. J. H. Dalton. F. M. Tinder. John II. Smith. Logan Hubble, J. N. Ross, ti. M. Deshon Fisher Herring,-HugheH. B. Cox s This Agreement Witnesseth: That in order to protect the game on our lands for a period of three years we bind ourselves not to hunt thereon, nor permit anybody else to do so. and we further agree to prosecute with dill. gence all persons who violate the trim laws of Kentucky or trespass upon our lanus ior tne purpose or hunting. And wa further agree to act as Deputy Game Wardena for the purpose of g Our investigation of the Maxwell Company beforc'signing an agency contract sIiQwcd that: It represents an investment of $38,000,000. There are four mammoth factories employing 12,000 nicn. (There are 57 acres of floor space. There is 125,000 cars. an actual production for the season of 1917 of t The Maxwell Company is one of the thre'e larcest manufacturers of automobiles. Wc arc satisfied that the Maxwell is a remarkably high" and an unequalled value. The facts that wc have' just stated regarding the Maxwell Company insure that the Maxwell Car will give you complete satisfaction. qualfly car The Rex Oarage Co, . la Incorporated. -i Walter Hammack, Manager. Us' L la The undersigned hereby irv warn 97 ing to all persons not to tresiiass nrmn Burton Wootson a. ..1,. .. 4 97 our lands tor any purjiose whatever as Casey James, N.K. , 56 a "... t. 22 20 we will prosecute all oirenderB to ful Creech Chas 4 11 8 U7 t- law, Hunters and extent of Davis Nelson 30 a 13 58 Fishermen especially take notice. Emmons Bros, N. K. 17 a 16 90 Ed & N B Price R. r(. KIkin Humes Trav, 33 a 21 20 W. R. Cook. Mrs. Rebecca J. West Ixinj; J. R..49 a. bal 14 99 H. C. Arnold. James G. Conn Porker W. II. 3J H 4 71 J. C. Morgan. J. P. Bland. Preaton Clayton, 20 u 8 28 Long Bros H. and W. S. Weaver I'ruitt Ray 8 a 10 5j J. Booth Sutton. W. T. West Pruitt Alex, N, K. 2J a u 60 W. L I.awson and son. Howard King Ray Mike, 2 a 7 C2 Miss Carrie Boulden, J, H. Rigsby, Ray J. R 79 u & 59 J, W. KlgsDy, John Richardson Ru Milton, 35 u , . ... 14 25 A. C. Miles. J. B. Woods Sanders R. W. 4 acres .1 Jno, M. Farra, i 82 25 J. H. Thompson, g 42 B. L. Kelly. Simpson Wm, 22 a, , David Steven, Simpson John 10 a,, S. C. Rigsby, 739 Frank Thompson. Simpson Mary 87 u 18 22 I). M. Anderson. J. H. Thompson, Sowers Emma Mrs. 2a 7 G2 Davis Sutton Am and Ed Hm.m,. Tudor Harrison, 4 97 Mrs. J.'Wade Walker. Dave Dudderar Walkar Prlntu;, 78 a, bal B. Thompson. 43 13 W. II. Cummins. Jerry Bland. Win. Lear. Buckeye No 3. Colored. W. S. Ferguson, JolTn Tatum. Anderson Ellen 6 a, $ 2 66 Mrs Emma Higginbotham. ' Broaddus Geo 95 a, bal 54 66 Mrs. E. L. Frazeo J. D. Navlor Doty Lewis ami wife 500 William Humphrey. ClavtonMIumnhrev PotU Americo 5 a 4 97 Walker Bradshaw. W. T. Brad.haw. Ray Alice. Hrs. 3 65 John Pendelton. R, L. Arnold. Renfro Wilson 3 a 8.95 Sain Clark. Peachv Grow. AVearren Joe, 2 a,.. , 6 03 T." R. Slavin. J. L. Dozitr. Wearren Wm, 2 4 97. We will add other names for 25 cent ,. 8 42 asn, Welt Charlie 10 a . . .. 1 Burton J. UNO II, a. 1915, $1.25 POSTED aula. m li t $4 lst 11 la Completely f.. I. Equipped o. b. Detroit la. 4a, a.,..,,