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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): January 4, 1917 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1917 cen1917010401_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): January 4, 1917 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1917 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE CENTRAL RECORD. TWENTY SEVENTH YEAR. LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON. JANUARY 4. 1917. 3E Ilnppy New Year to you! Kven tho turkny NUMBER 40. 0 DE1E 3ME HI HE hah Is gone. TOBACCO Rolling Just to wish you the Into Lancaster. Season. Greetings and to extend the hope that the coming year of prosperity may be yours in bountiful measure. Thanking you for your past favors, we await your future commands with great pleasure. Urenthes there n man with soul ro ilc(t tliat nevt-- to himself hath said Messrs Hilly Speith and Jake (Irnu. "I'll nwear oir tliii New Wars day." our local tobacco buyers have been as busy us bird dogs for the pant few "Expect to have turkey New Year's weeks, receiving tobacco bought from Jay?" the various farmers of the county. To "No. Christmas left r.e so lint sco the row of wagons lined up In front liroko that I'll he lucky to get round of their warehouses, one would natursteak". ally thing that Lancaster was supportWhen father Mciirm the Christmas hills ing a loose leaf house. No cleveier boys ever lived.than Hillv Now fulling due. and Jake and their friends sue proud of He has aome most unpleasant chills their success. And feels ijuile hlue He nays to mother; "Watch that cook, The wasteful wench. WHISKEY CAUSES DEATH And cut down on the grocer's book; We mutt retrench." Of Twelve Year Old Boy. Another milestone in life's journey Disappears from human alght. Another year ia fleeting onwam Swiftly slipping in its Might, Hut what has gone is gone for always And so let us thed nu tear Just let Us hope that lt)17 Will ever he a Hapoy Year. Samuel Priither. aged 12 years, and on of Mr. and Mrs. William Prather, and Willie Mohcr'y, son of Charley Moberly, while playing near their home last Sunday, found n quart bottle filled with whiskey and each proceeded to drink its contents, the result being, that young Prather died from its ejects The only outward (dsn of the passing a few hours later and for some time of the Old Year nnd the welcome to the young Mooerly was in adangeruus conNew Year in Lancaster was the usual dition. All of the parties are well continnaliulation of the fire hell, which nected and live near Nina in this manv mistook for n lire, and the blow- county. ing of the whistle which no one mistook 15 THE UNIVERSAL CAR cLnnouncemenf The Company is still Mnny Thousands of cars behind In its orders, and is therefore shipping cars only to Agents whose customers are waiting for cars. The demand will continue throughout the Winter in the South nnd Southwest therefore the shortage ot cars next Spring will be greater than ever. Place your order now and take your car ns soon as we enn deliver. CONN DE BROS. EEE3E Haselden Bros. LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. for six o'clock. CITY COUNCIL Hold First Meeting Of Year. Er W. C. T. U. I V i mm. m&m 9Mkmhi TO MY FRIEND&and CUSTOMERS Accept my thanks and Appreciation for your liberal patronage during the past year,; The I'nion meets the l!nit Saturday At the regular 'monthly meeting of in their room at Mrs. .Moore, the the city council lait Monday evening, c uerintend'nt of mother'sdeparttnetit. full board was present anil the usual will have charge of the meeting. routine work accomplished. At this meeting the election of Lutht'r Hcrron as chief marihall. was formally made WEEK OF PRAYER. nnd 0. liuck, who has served as 5SI Alternating at the dilferetit churches for the past year or more, was each night, a week of prayer is being made superintendent of the water 'oberved this week. All the meetings works. His official osition also makes ' arc being well attended. Services be bun the chief of the fire department. ginning at ",;HI o'clock. Parker Jenkins wns tho engineer at the water plant. A number of claims were presenttd to the NICE PRESENT. mar-sha- ll m 1t m m Hoping to be favored with a continuance of your business and wishing you a Happy and Pros-- i .erovsi New Year, I am Yours Very Sincerely, . board and allowed. Mr H. II. Cox received his annual New Years present of oranges and LONG ILLNESS grae-frui- t from K. K. Spears and Son. I It was sent from Fustis Florida and OF FOUNTAIN FOX, ENDS IN DEATH was of tlie best variety. ( Mr. Cox tells us that he has in the Mr. Fountain Fox. well known and last week bought from 4U0 to SOU acres well connected In this and adjoining of hemp in the county. counties, died at the home of his son, r DEED E DEEDE M.S. HATFIELD DENTIST. ''"ONES LANCASTER, I Sce 376. NO MORE anti-pas- PASSES, Theo Currey. mum WSmUm&M Old s The new law went into ef- -' feet Monday. The railroads are ab-- j solutelv prohibited from issuing passes to anyone except their bonafidc em-- I ployes and these must not hold an official position of any kind. Newspap ers are allowed to exchange advertisements and job work for mileage, while some railroads have decided to pay cash. Hubert Kox, near Marksbury, Tuesday morning at ten o'clock, after an illness of more than a rear. t Mr. Fox was years old and was born in Somerset Ky. He is survived by one son, Kotert. an aged mother and three brothers, Jesse Fox. of Lincoln county, Uowen and Montb Fox, of Hoyle county. Funeral services were held at the Danville cemetery yesterday afternoon, where the interment took place. titty-eigh- DE nriii $4. KENTUCKY. Special Price During, Jan- uary and February on COURIER-JOURNA- L MARRIED THREE BIRDS LODGES OF CTTY Elect Officers For Ensuing Year. The annual election of officers for the various lodges in the city last week resulted as follows; Masonic Lodge No. 104. A. U. Jos eph, Muster; J. it. Haselden, Senior Warden; vV, A. Wheeler, Junior Warden; W. O. Higney, Treasurer; W. S. Hopper, Secretary: A. T. Anderson, Hickory Wagons. There Is None Better The wife of u Methodist minister in I West Virginia has been married three times Her maiden namo was Par- was named I tridge, her first husband Kobins, her second husband Sparrow J nnd the present Quale. There are now two voting Kobins, one Sparrow and three Qualea in the family. One grand father was a Swan and another a Jay, but he's dead now and a bird of Para-duThey live on Hawk avenue, ' Kagleville, Canary Island, ond the fellow "vho wrote this is a Lyre and u relative of tho family. Valley Enterprise. A YEAR. Give us Your Subscription. McRoberts Drua Store 'iion: ii7clkauffhan. Candidate For The Senate. Tyler. Franklin Lodge. I. 0. O. F.-- C. P. Cecil. Noble Grand; Win. D. Pryor, Vice Grand; John Williams, W'Hrden; J. H. Dalton, Treasurer; William Cox, Secretary; Trustees, J. T. Kainey, Thomps Arnold, N. J. Gosney. Sow-de- r, rC. of P. Lodge No. 29. -- J. W. V. C; J. L. Fruncn, Prelate; H. Zimmer. M. of A ; Churlie Uairlein, M. of K. ; Mead Tenter. K. of K. and S.; Trustees. K. II Tomlins-n- , G. M. Patterson, Luther Kainey. 9 To Our Customers A Happy and Prosperous New : Year to You. We thank you cordially for your custom and solicit a continuance during the coming year. We handle goods nnd can sell ns reasonable as anyone and give you n square deal all the time. Your account is in mid make us happy by settling. e 1 I vr Prices pn these 1 ight. and Buggies are just Let us show you. W. " J. ROMANS. We have in this weeks issue of the lEecord that Mr. II. Clay Kaufman our ' fellow Countv man is u candidate for tho State Senate, subject to the will of the democrats of the ISth Senatorial 'district lit the August primary. Mr Kauirmun was born and reared in and is it lawyer of ability and high standing at the bar, and a gen-- ' tlemaii of high moral character, lie was nominatid without opposition by ' his partv at the l'J15 primary and elect ed in the following November to serve m the l.imer House of the (Jem rid As- sembly mid made a record which is gen erally approved uy ins constituents In ' Loyal to his party Garrard County. and party organization ho was clashed hi a friend ot the Administration, and did what he could to carry out the pledge of his parties platform, having introduced the Kaultmun Anti-trus- t law I which was known as an Administration measure. Mr Kautfmaii has long been a sttong auvocalo 01 submitting to u vote of the people the constitutional amendment, whether Kentucky shall He had made havu btato prohibition. known his views upon this question bo foie his election to tho Legislature, und therefore there is no question as to what he will do upon this ucute politi cal issue. If sent to the Senate. Thera cannot be found among the young men of this district one better qualified for the important position of State Senator than our countymun, and tils candidacy merits and will receive the Indorsement of the democrats of Garrard County, BANK STATEMENTS SHOW LARGE DEPOSITS. Not for many years have the banks of Garrard county curried as large, de posits as at thin tune, showing their condition at the closo of business on December 30th UMC. The total deposits in the several banks of the county will aggregate neaily $760,000 all of them 2? declaring nice dividends from their earnings of tho past six months. J. R. MOUNT & CO. The Square Deal House. t "Si LA J; 4 Don't chance your idle capital or sav -- ft ' RESIGNS AS 10 SCHOOL TRUSTEE. On account of his olliclol position as surgeon for the L. & N. railway, Dr. J, II. hinnulril, who lias been for a number of years a trustee of the Lancaster graded school, resigned tho latter position last .Monday. Dr. Kinnaird bus been a faithful member of this board and his ellicient services at its secretary will bo felt not only by tho other members, but by the patrons. His successor has not been named. FOR Sale Heating Haptist parsonage.' U-p- per cent Heal Estate " Investments. i 3 That is what we oiler in new, well located, four room cottages. All the time rented nnd net you 10 per cent, on your investmtmL Also suited for those who wish to buy small homes and stop rent. Consult THE 'JIIOMAS REAL ESTATE AGENCY. & ! stove cheap, A, J. Clere. S?S.v.5. A ( The Central Record, Thursday, January 4, 1917. How the Cats Came to StrongsviUe By THE OPENING SALE AVERAGED FOR THE DAY An Error Brings mTqUAD Copyrlftit, 1918, by the McClur Newspntwr Hyntllcate. Fettled In Ktrongsvllle. Hex found the farming class much more sympathetic than the villagers, but be was Imposed on liy them to a certain degree. When lie bad got to be a youth of fourteen or fifteen he eould hoc corn or potatoes or .chop and split wood as well as almost any mnn. They would hire blm by the week and give hi til such food and lodgings as they saw fit, and when hp was through with bis week be was given some old clothes or a few cents in money. The years passed un until Hezektah was twenty, and be was more of an out' law than ever. A man named llrooks went to work In the sawmill at Strongs-Tllllie was an old bachelor, and he rented a small bouse and lived alone. In passing the boy on tho street one day he must have given the victim a look of synpathy, for when he got back to Ms house again he found Ilezeklnh seated on his doorstep. lie Invited him in and gave him n meal and a good It was cot llncktnh King' fault was born a half wit and with a twisted leg liosldos. Ills parents tllotl when ho wns ten years old, ntid IIcz becamo a sort of child outlaw. He wondered here ntid there till he finally that be NU CKUr $17.66 Per Hundred AVfcKAufcl) i 0 an Error MARTLAND MALTDEE AInn Forties had been rngaged to Jennie Hatch fur nioro than a year, and, since his salary was not sufllclent to warrant marriage nnd his prospects of a raise wero poor, tho two reluctantly determined to give up rach other, calling their engagement off. Jennie had an mint, an old woman, who lived alone. She was Very poor aha was supposed to lie and Jcnntn dcvotrM a great deal of time to her, tho old lady lielng very feeble. About tbo time that Alan and Jennie decided there was no hopo for them tho aunt grew worse nnd died suddenly. On her deathbed she told Jen-nl- o that she would I ml In n crevice In tbo chimney enough money to bury her and what was left over would ! LtoS THAN $14.55 fhK 100 LBS. A FEW SALES NOiBASKET SOLD FOR LESS THAN $10.00 PER 100 LBS 101G. Sales close for holidays, Friday, Dec 22nd, nnd open Wedncsduy December 27th, Tussey Brothers, 1970 pounds Morning sale nt Home House December 27th. DURING THE WEEK. 15.90. LiKe Long nt 22.58 Total SI &. 2815 pounds ut 521.17 Total f012.91 & J. W. Smith, 855 pounds nt 22.12 Total 189.18. Broaddus Ajce 2115 pounes nt 19.07 Total J .'2 30 at least Hume Kearns, 12G0 pounds nt f 19.57. Total We will be open to receive tobacco during the holidays at nny time. THE HOI TOBACCO Incorporated. WAREHOUSE Richmond, Kentucky. HAMMACK Mr Jesse Parks of Berea was here last week. Mrs. K. F. Parsons is very sick at this morning. Mr and Mrs Sam Hurt visited Mrs. D. G. Hoss, Sunday. Mr. Claud Archer and family moved to Richmond last week. Little Miss Sarah Hammack visited Mrs Nellie Sutton last week. The little daughter of Mr. and Longworth died last week with Charlie Graves led. From that day the unfortunate had a home. To make clear what followed the reader must know that StrongsviUe had a strong nutlpntby to cats. It was founded on sanitary principles. There bad once been an epidemic of scarlet fever and again an epidemic of mea sles, and the doctors had agreed that the germs of liotli were carried from house to house by the feline population, Thus It came about that the cats were exterminated to the last one and the mice bad a play day every day in the jear. Tho old bachelor learned this fact as soon as be talked of renting a house in the village. lie was told that If be brought n cat along with blui she would certainly be poisoned off In short order. One day after Ilezeklah had had a home for six months he went to work for a certain farmer nt wages set by Mr. llrooks, who had become a guard tan to him. After working for three or four dayR Ilezeklah unearthed a box of gold coin amounting to $3,000. They were English coins and had been burled in the long ago so long ago that the box had become mere punk. He car ried the money homo with him wrapped in his old coat, and It sent forth metallic clinks as It was thrown on the table. He was smiling almost for the first time in a year, and after an effort be managed to say : "I dug it out of tho ground." "Did you tell the farmer?" asked Mr. llrooks when ho had recovered from his astonishment. "Not a word," was replied. "Well," continued the old bachelor after the money bad been counted, "this find has made you rich, but don't cay anything about it to any one. The people of this town have used you shamefully, and I want to seo you get even with them. You know what I mean, don't you?" In reply Ilezeklah'g face lighted up, and he nodded his bead. He bad been ware for a long time that no one bad played him fair, but be felt bis help lessness to resent It. Iu thinking bow be might revenge the young man's wrongs the old bach' elor brought up the cat question, and be soon bad his plans laid. The next tin peddler that came along was stop ped and held lu private conversation for balf an hour, and then be winked and laughed and drove away. He stored bis tinware temporarily and loaded up 200 felines in its place. That wagon the village at II o'clock at night, when every man, woman and child was sleeping bis first sleep. It paused In front of the town hall, and the door was opened, and the cats came bouncing out. Two hundred cats might have been exterminated In time, but the tin ped dler returned next evening with 200 more and again the third night. The town had now been turned Into a cat town. It bad more cats walking tbe fences or seated around tbe back doors than any town of four times its size in this state. Ily night It was a constant serenade that prevented sleep except at brief Intervals. There wero enough cats to carry tbe germs of a dozen epidemics. It U a cat town today. Men wero hired by tbe week to shoot or trap them, but kittens were 1orii about as fast ta old cats were killed off, and nt last tho people gavo up und settled down to bear the Infliction with whut pains they could. After tbe rat invasion wus a month old tbe bachelor said to tho half wit: i "Hezeklab, you know what a cat I, don't yout" Ilezeklah nodded and grinned. "After paying all expenses of dumping COO cats into StrongsviUe I bare $4,r300 of your gold left. I nui going to put It in tbo bank for you nnd send you to New York city to see if tbo surgeons can make you over. I hopo they will be able to help you. If they can't, you ran come, back homo and live with mo tbe rest of your life. "Do you understand what I mean?" Tbe surgeons helped him some enough so that when ho caught sight of twelve or fifteen cats sunning themselves on some householder's veranda be could appreciate tbo situation and CO homo and say to Mr. Rrooks; "There were Just three barrels of rata en Drown's veranda Just three barrels and Brown was out tbert looking at tbcm, and looking very sad.' Mr. HONOR 1. ROLL BANK. Richmond ii visiting hislnarents, Mr and Mrs C. W. Jr, of STUDY THESE SUGGESTIONS. 2. 3. I. Graves. Mr. irgil Keynalds has returned to Berea after spending Xmas with his parents. Mr. Clarence Fields of Nicholasville i I visiting his uncle. E. G. Hammack and family. Mr. John Boain is still very ill. He Mr. and Mrs. Mobt Reynolds visited dont seem to get any better, justweak. Mr and Mrs Joe Boain, Sunday. enlng away. Mr. Grant Hammonds moved in the Mr. Green Sutton, wife and children house vacated by Mr. Faulkner. visited Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Hammack Mr and Mrs Henrv 1'arner are vii. last Wednesday. ine Mr. and Mrs. Georire F.Inm. Mr. J. W. Hammack of McCrcary Misses Fay and Nell Tudor entertain. county has returned home after a visit cd a few frienjs Friday evening. to his daughter, Mrs Lytha Hammack. Mr. E. G. Hammack is visitim? his Flour in sacks and barrels. Itisguar-antee- d sister. Mrs Sam Fields, at Keene. to please you or money back. Misses Jennie and Lizzie Hammack Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. visited their aunt, S. E. Hammack. Mr Jim Ballard, Miss Faye 'ludor. Mr. H. P. Conn and family visited Mr Leslie Parsons, Miss Georgia Dillon, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Graves last week. Mr Conn Tudor and Misses Zella Dil Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hurt spent Xmasi lon and Nell Tudor attended the show week with Mr and Mrs R. F. Parsons. at Lancaster Saturday night Mr W. D. Faulkner has moved to Mr. J. W. Coldiron who recently Berea in order to send his children to moved to Hamilton Ohio, was stricken school. down with pneumonia, is getting better -- 5. ti. 7. Pay your bills by check, and have your wife pay her bills by check Never lend an ear to schemes. Follow some system in saving-D- o not lie haphazard about it. Rent h safe deposit box for your valuable paperr. Make free use of the service we otTcr. Teach the child the value tt money by giving them an allowance. Mt ft your friends at this bunk tor transacting important business OF LANCASTER, KV. B. F. HUDSON. President. J. J. WALKER. Vice Prest. W. O. I'.IGNEV. Ass't Cash'r Joe J. Walxf.k, Jr., Bool-KerpeW. F. CHAMP. Lashier. e Citizens National Bank which is gratifying to his many friends here. He was appointed shipping clerk at a good salary. No Letup. "Your daughter has a rema'rKablt voire." "I'm glad you like It. What do joti think r'lnarknhle about It)" "Its endurance." IMrolt Tree Press. Good Plan. little girl told her mother she had Not Scary. get married. Her mother derided to The borrower cannot be scared off lnughrd nnd nuked her why. "I'm going to gi't married." said Mary, "and by reading the physicians who assert have five children three white and that lorrowed article spread disease. St. Uiuls l'iMlpatch two colored to do tbo work." ter Inheritance. A hers. The day nfler the funeral Alan re' reived a note from Jennie asking him to meet her nt the aunt's house. Hho had a surprlv for him. Alan went to tbo bouse at the time mentioned ami found no one there. On a tablo was little pass Imuk showing deposits of some JI2.UIO. The liook bore a hum but not a name. Ill turning over tbe leaves of the took a bit of uier fell out of It. Alan saw the words "Dearest Jennie" written In a man's band. Yielding to a desire to know who was thus addressing the girl he loved In such rn dearlng term, be overcame ht sen) plea against rending what hail hern written, Tho writer, who signed himself Dick, broke with "Dearest Jenule" on account of a story he had heard receding on tier good name. Here was a terrible revelation. Alan, not wishing In see Jennie again until he bud made up his mind what action to take with regard to her, went away, leaving the Umi. and the note Just a. he had found them. Now, Jennie Jut U'fure her Iover" entrance hml gone upMuIr and was busying herself putting the bouse to rights, fur It hers ns well a the deposits recorded In the pns Umk which she had found In the cblmnc). Che bsd laid the lionk on the table to show- - Alan when be came, but a will slo had aln found lm had put In a desk. When Alan raine In Jennie did not bear dim, nor was she aware of hi going. Noticing that the time she had asked him to eoun had passed, she concluded to go downstairs and lorTMim tuerr. niivnour. and, since W Jjnd jot to??CtJo surmised that ho had not received her note. She was greatly disappointed, for she bad counted on showing htm 11 tr, Happy New Year. In presenting you our condensed statement as shown at the close of business on December 30th, 1916, we wish to thank you one and all for making it possible that our financial condition is so prosperous, and we wish you a Happy and Prosperous 1917. Capital Stock Surplus and Profits lnc Alan did not put In an appearance, Jennie sent to his home to leurn the reason. She was told that be bad gone out about tbe hour alio had rl peeled blm and had not returned, nor did hn return that day or tbe next or at all. Ills dlappcaracro at a time when their inarrlngo was not only possible, but the wherewithal for their future comfort had tieeu provided, was a ten rlblo blow to her. .Moreover, It was n myster. Had Alan lieen spirited away, or bad he been killed There was no answer Jennie concluded to the alono In the Hhe had house she bad Inherited. faith that some day Alan would rome back to her, and she would receive blm in the hump that bad been provided for them. Hut jear after year pas ed, and he did not collie. One day an old man rnino to thy houso and asked for Jane Hatch, Jen nlu told blm that Jane Hatch had been He apieared to dead several jcars. bo very much east down. Jennie In formed blm that she was Jane Hatch's nine and hnd Nell named for her aunt. At this the man opened his heart to her, telling her that be bad been ' Individual Deposits U. S. Postal Savinils Rediscounts not due .... Total ' semi-annua- l. $ 10,000.00 13,903.01 578.71 2,000.00 $131,798.19 flfit.279.91 5 118,030.87 751.21 39,551.35 2.91G.45 3,000.00 $161,279.91 Notes and Mortgages Overdrafts Due us from other banks Cash in vault Bank Building Our dividend Number 27 has been declared this day for 4 per cent. This being Again thanking you. PEOPLES BANK, PAINT LICK, KENTUCKY. went from tha upper st her living room. There Forbes. Jennlo uttered a "I have come." said Alan, "to ask your forgiveness for having made what some would rail u blunder, but which I now see was a crime. Instead of condemning you unheard I should havo listened to your explain; tlon." Jennie, ataggtring towariW blm. received her In bis a H bad come Into tbeifeu" note while bIio was upstairs, found In tbo pass liook and, tuppoiuig that It was for the Ihlng Ultra! of tbo dead Jennie, bad taken himself away. "My mistake," ho ald.'bli embittered the lives of two'gcirratlous. Thin paper shall do no more barm." And bo threw It Into the Ore Then ho added; "I have brought tbb trouble upon j on. I will make It niyjbuslness to find your lover. It lie if alive I will return him to you." Tho atranger began a systematic course of advertising for Alan Forbes, and at last one of tbe notices' reached Ainu's eyes. He communicated Villi trm mlrerilKer who nt nneo weaalo see him. One morulug while Jenul attending to her househol Alan the note that bad driven Alan away though It hnd not occurred to her that It w is the cnuoe of his going. She now produced the note ami returned tt to tbo visitor. Tills led to her telling him the story of her own bereavement What had not occurred to her occurred to her visitor. lie suggested to at and had wronged her, hating listened to a story to her Injury. Meanwhile Jennie on taking the pass book to the bank bad discovered betrothed to her aunt In their youth The Central Record, Thursday, January 4, 1917. LOWELL BRYANTS VI LLE Z o r I j Delayed. Mr. Stantcv Giles, of Kichn.'or.d was a visitor fn ojr town Sunday. Mr. D. M. Montgomery has been on Missus Ida and Cora llurte weie the alck list for several da). visitors in Lancaster Saturday. Mr. Virgil Vanarnlale of Iiuisville week-enMr. Chas. Harvey was was the guest of friends here Xrnas. visitor of his father near ICichmond. Mr. W. Vaughn and family moved Miss Virgfe l 'i', nf Lancaster. spent Thursday tn their old home In Knox Co. Inst week Willi tier fatlur M, Miss Nazzlc Howling lett Saturday to Lee. spend the Hollduys with her parents Mr. Prank Flnjd and family, nf Office at Italney a I.Ucry Stable. near Imdon. Kentucky Oklahoma, rtre the guests of his father LancAxter. Miss Mnyme Hallurd was the guest V. 0. Floyd. of Miss Marguerite Woolfolk at Lex Metdamcs W. It, Sadler anil I'lias ington recently. Hrandcnhurg were in Danville shop Mrs. Marshal Cm-ran- t of Louisvlll ping lait week. is the guest of her nieci. Mrs. J. llogan Miss Helen lloyle accompanied her Ilallard during the holidays. cousin Misa Lillian lloyle homo last Mr Clay Coulter has returned home Saturday for a weeks visit. Ii. Y. Harrow, (irmluutr Oif cnn Mr. J.W. Anglin moved last Wedncs after stay of several weeks at Mar tinsvllle Ind, greatly improved in health, U!ur ntied.s.ti.firlloti (Insrauttrtl day to the property recently purchased Mrs. I!. C. Hose attended n family from Miss l.mina Kinnaird. parSunday home M.D1 Mr. (5uy Napier returned to Indian dinnerMr. and at the Wm. of her near Mrs. Lear, ents, aKiliit Saturday after a week's stay Lancaster. with his mother Mrs. Jim I.ee. 1-Crcmo Dairy be-- d is the best feed Phone Flour In sacks andliarrels. It Is guar that ever went into a cow. It will an teed to please von or money hack. make your cow give give more milk, , Hudson, Hughes andjt-'arnauFor sale by Hudson, Hughes & Farnau BUCKEYE, KY. Mr. and Mrs. M. 0. I.ee and Misa The Xmas tree at the Methodist Virgie .spent several days the past church Saturday afternoon was well at week with relatives In liirhmond. tended and the exercises by the children Although they were greatly enjoyed. had very little practice each one acMANSE. quitted himself remarkably well. Fine Cut Flowers. (Delayed Letter) Mr. C. M. Deane returned home Sat M. ToMr. Otto ami Carl Howling spent urday after a several days stay in ledo Ohio. v ht re he was one of the Mondap in Herea. Co, at guests of the Willys-Overlan- d Mr. nml Mrs. P. I). Wynn are re- Sri. jevrrol banquets and was royally enter joiclng oler n line hahy girl. tained the entire time during his stay Mr. and Mrs. Marshhanka are the in that city as one of the Co's guests. proud parents of a hahy hoy. Mr. and Mrs J. llogan Ilallard enMr. and Mrs. II. P. Conn entertained tertained Sunday with a very enjoyable Kentucky a few friends at their home last family dinner at "I'ine Crest." The table was beautiful in its appointments. I). V. B. Mr tnd Mr. Henry Conn, of For the central decoration, n minature Jl. Xmas tree, containing small red Xnms inniul were at the Xmas .triv at The bells and red candles was ued. fntors were also Very tiny Xmas trees. Atr. and Mr (J. V. Conn were the and green, was scheme, Veterinary iiests of Mr. ard Mrs. I'orest Centera The color carried nil in the mints and tiniiiuate (.'jiiritinuli out ellectiyely unday. ColleUe. Several courses wee served. ices. DANVlLLC, Mr. Dillard Juhnson of Imtie. is (he Thoe from a distance who enjoyed the KLNTl'CK Ciiest of Ins grandparents, j)r, anj delightful hospitality were Mr. and Mrs Mrs. I). I). Centers. Marshnll flueirant of Ixiuisville, Mr. I. line. s.ind, cement, rock screenings. and Mrs. It. Morgan Sparks and Master Hughes Sparks, Mrs. Mayme Sparks, hrick. salt ete. Rogers and Mrs. Hudson, Hughes & Farnau, Mr. and Mrs. Kdwin FUNERAL DIRECTOR Margaret Snarks ail of Nichotasville, The death .mgel visiteil the home of ODlcn Over National UiTnk. and Mrs, David Knohle, Misses pteiidcnc I'h jnej,, --UtLce t'hone K7 Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Anderson Sunday I Nancy. Charlotte and Alice Knohle, night the 21th, and took from them ir an,i Mrs II. L. Klder of Camp Nel- iASCASTKK. KY. their dear baby girl Klenora. Shewa8;,0 L hut one month old and ilck only n short time with erysipelas. The dear parents BOOKKEEPING cuu lie comlorted ior the Lord has Buslntu.Phonogriphy (aid "Illesned are th. pure in heart for TYPEWRITING ind they uliall see CihI". She was laid to TELEGRAPHY rest in the Iterca cemetery Momlay WILB'jh R.SMj TH BUSINESS COLLEQE evening. He said, "be thou faithful r4i IU It. lnlsvnJir- . close out at cost. in rr"VJ i.M h Trof xpm' Ntaratiaji v" unto death and I will give thee a crown III Uo o Unit "i mn an-- wnrnu mr of life". Dear little Klenora has onli Iidri WlLlltH H. aHITIf.Lcslactoa.Uj. been with us a short while hut she was was loved by all who knew her. The sympathy of the entire community ( H to 12 a. m. Phone "I ltot 7t(.9p. ml goe out to the young mother and father. May the Uird hles their, both K. K. Deoiiy anil W. A. Wheels and let them meet her in a better world above. Doctors Of Dentil Surgery. A precious ono from us has gone, A voice ue loved is still, ttflvs.. HtorMrt RitlMliigoiet Htitl A Audt. mu' A place is vacant in our home uriitmr tur. Whifli iievercan be tilled, KENTUCKY. I.ANCASTKl!. (iod in his wisdom has recalled The diMirn his lovo has given. Though the body slumbers here. The soul is save in heaven. CARDS.J D. 3 Br. Wm. Veterinary Pryor, Surgeon and Dentist. (. BIG HURLEY Loose Leaf Tobacco Warehouse 612 w 01 South Broadway. KENTUCKY. J.E. EDWARDS, 39 LEXINGTON, Come and see the way we handle our sale before you decide where to sell. We will get for you the highest market price for EVERY Basket. Honaker Dentist. Casey, John McRoberts. J. PATRICK, q Strip your tobacco carefully, get it in good case, bring it to us and we will do the rest. Prompt, courteous attention, ling and selling tobacco. Every facility for hand- - o Faxnt'liick, John Veterinary Surgeon. ie. Optimistic Thought. Things hardly uttuhied are longer tallied. T i .1. A. Beazlev For Whooping Cough. The painful pnroxtMiis ulilcli mark this dUense nu i.fliu he relieved by breathing the funic uf Un pontine and carbolic ikIiI. And Another Fourth. h ot Ilncon "I ee iilmut the area of the United Slates Is stilt iivered by foreM." Kgbert "And mint her fourth, I expect, by mortgages. Vonkers Statesman. Youthful Advrtlsr. The human mind now turns to lighter themes. A North Carolina prodigy of four years smokes four cigars h day. He eeius to he the youngest publicity mini who cut advertised his Draw A Check .r. for the money you ov.e and note how much more respectfully your creditors you. They like to do rd business with a man who has an account at the Garrard Bank & three Brown Manley CULTIVATORS to Trust Go. They know he is doing business in a business like way. Better open such an account even if your affairs are not large. They will grow all right. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company G. C. COX, Manse.Ky state's tuple. 2. n.. 1 TREES Gnrilett. Fruitand Shade Trftes Shrubs. Grace Vines. Rhubarb. Asoaraqus, Roses, Phlox, Peonies Kverytliinjl for Orchard. Lawn and 'Write for free Catalogue No Atfts Bryantsville. Dr. II. II. Montgomery hasbeniUlte sick for tho last week. Miss Cecil Howling is the guest of friends ut Howling (ireeii. Mrs. J. C. Willmnn and childre Willi relatives spent the Week-enLouisville. Mr. Robert Ilalcombof Wilniore, was over for it short stay with his brother, Mr. It. II. llalcomb Mrs. Marshall Uuerrunt of Louisville, returned home Sunday after sending u week witli Mrs. J. llogan Hallurd Klour in sucks and barrels. It is '.uurnnteed to please you or money Hudion, Hughes & Karnau. luck. Miss Cecil Howling wits hostess Tiles-- j day at an elegant course dinner. reer-u- l guets from n distance were present for tl.e delightful alhur. Misn Flossie Mae Sutton and Mr. Ht.bcrt II. Ilutchinon Jr., turprisid their miiiH friends Saturday afternoon by being very quietly married ut the residence of the Hvv. J. W. Milium. After the ceremony, the couple vveie given n delightful dinner ut the home of the groom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. It, II. llutihinson, und u numhtr of guest were there for the happy occasion. Later in the evening the happy coup'n motored to Lexington for it short vibit and on their return will go The bride is Well to house-keepinknown and popular, being a sister of Mrs. M. 0. Kennedy and Mr, Fred Sutton and has lived hero for the last few years. She was attractively gowned in a stylish brown broadcloth suit with hat and shoes to match and never looked prettier. Mr. Hutchinson Is a pros, perous young farmer and he and bride have the best wishes of the entire com munlty for a long and happy life. TOBACCO - - TO - - i H.F.Hillenmeycr min & Sons. l'Jlfi Iexiiifittm, Kentucky. WHITE LOUISVILLE l CO. .tgHm. Lews I so raw FURS At and sad lull villi s t 6kia ffcr-so- i School r Law. i Si STANFORD, STREET iWr.t l'LTiS! 21?, C , -- -. , Speith ompaiiy AUNAOERS. $ HIGHEST PRICES PAID lUmltUnt SLipaisat U Ksctl.sil Mil.J on Dr No Commission to Pay Will, far Pric. LUI 1 SUot' Tail ImaipttHi I It We Pay Highest Market Prices. Unload the Same Day. No Commission Charged. Phone 30b. ' Also Branch House at MORELAND, KY. i i r ii E Sabel & Sons bUlbUl LOUISVILLE. KY. IIS The Central Record, Thursday, January 4, 1917. COY Mr. Mary Sanders entertained at REMARKABLE NEARLY dinner" Sunday. Mr. for n few days I). L. Slpple is with relatives In Knox county. A Romance at Lucerne By MARTI IA V. MONROE Chronic Catarrh is Curabli Is yiilrmlr-lh.wniit lbrouhoul lb. kol, lhoMhl rtltrib mtnltMl il., In a It la ulrtrillon. 1 II msy lu.lt clnl. Mn.utuiiAB.I lrr.otMnt lll os.fwxn mtrmlfl nlinl,. lmilniniu.ia.tlniri.lp lb. .ful. nisifnuilana, tut Ib.y Iir.l canaot ovcfcomt tbt ) itaniic Uiwlorrr. Notklrr l tnoro Aitrotnc 'oil" slt.r sod hlstrtradi. OnwiM-- Wm Moberly sold several moat hogs to different parties at 10c per II). Miss Poachio Mao Sanders is visiting her sister, Mrs. J. S. Johnson In I.nn PERUNA Has Helped Thousands mmmmmmm Wm. F. Miller, Agt. Lancaster. A young mini entiled n hotel at l.u ccnie, Switzerland, iind, taking caster. will nlxiut to enter his name when he J. I. and A. T. Sanders bought of noticed nil Hip page, Jut above where Kvcrett Duncan a bunch of shoats for ho was alxmt to write, the name of Si cent. Arietta Tiiwnsend Kentwixxl, V, S. A J. I. and A. T. Sanders bought a All hour later Mm kentwixxl was BEEN cow and calf from A. I), standing at Hit' hotel cntrutieo prcpar price $300. lug to go out when she saw a trunk Mrs. Nan Moberly has returned home curried In trot-tumi uu end tho iiaiiie after several days stay with Mrs Myr- of Ijiwrvnce Lowrle. Itciillzlng that ON tho owner of tho trunk had Just arriv tle Speaks. Rev. Don Carlos James of Louisville, ed, she sauntered Into tho utUco and will preach at Scotts Fork, Sunday, glanced at tho register. Tho Ink was scarcely dry tu tho name of Wendell January 7th. II. Colgate, .and that was tho only Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Carter moved namo entered since the day liofore. Mis Ketitwixxl's view of .Mr. to the house recently vacated by Mr. Ijwrle's namp on hi trunk ixil. I). I.. Sippte and family. ed n Tery pretty game. Mr. and Mrs. Elijah McMillian en Moth Mr. Lowrlo and Mis Kentwixxl tertained a number of friends Wednes were very rich. It Is a well known noonday dinner. day at a fact that rich ersun marry rich mt Hour in sacks and barrels. It fa guar sons. Thl I natural. A fortune can only t matched by a fortune. Mr. anteed to please you or money hack. Hudson, Hughes & parnau. Ixiwrle desired to marry a fortune, ami Miss Kentwixxl had lieen suggited as. Miss Peacnie Mae Sanders' visitors a suitable party fur him. Miss Kent- and Mr. were entertained last Thursday even- wood had tho samo ing by Misses Emma and Uessie Hay I.owrlo had hceii siiggcxtcd to her ns a huitband. Neither had xix-- the oilier. Sanders of Cottonburg. tl i.vnrrnl In Mr Tjinrln t.. trln Ml,, Miss Iona Dunn of Lancaster. Messrs K,itw.xr Untt , , ,Mmr Illall Everett and Homer Dean of Nicholas- - It x?ciimil to Mis Kentwixxl to play ville, spent Xmas week with Miss tho samo gnmi with Mr. Lowrto. Peachie Mae Sanders and brothers. l.owrh xocurixl an Introduction to Miss Kentwixxl at I In- - riixlno a Wen dell Colgate. He found her initio ready PAINT LICK to Improve the acquaintance. Slio did not know whether ho knew of her forMrs. Tom Logsdon was host at a din tune or not. Hut he pretended to In. Ignorant of It. and she wa satisfied ing on Saturday. that he did not. He Wdlevixl llmt the Mr Wm. Turlov of Richmond has lady was Kiultten with tilni, and kIio been a recent visitor in our city. bellou-that nlth lit m It nn) a uno Mr. Edwin Walker was host at a of luvo at first sight Then la no Ix'tter roiirtlui: ground rabbit roast ' on Thursday night. than Lucerne. The town Is iUalut. ' It Mr. and Mrs. Tom Logsdon enter ha the Casino. Kvery evening n run tained at rook on Saturday evening. with a croud letto wheel U It riskhrg silver piece from Miss Minnie Mao Robinson of Lan around 1 franc upward, while lu nuother part caster has been the guest of Miss Mary f tho premise an orchestra Is disA square deal (o everybody Mae Walker. coursing classical music. RefreshMiss Lula McWhorter returned Mon- - ment aro erred tiy girl In the .Swiss costume. dry to the Commercial University at of iAiccrne, one As to the environ Routing Green. uiuy ascend tint Rigid or one or the surrounding mountain or may Miss Mattie Woods was the guest of other Mis Cecil Howling in llryantsville, make excursions on tin lieautlfiit Uili' of tho Four Canton. Mr. I.owrle and Monday and Tuesday. Mb Kentwood made trip on the lake Mr. and Mrs. Roy Estridge returned or ascended the mountain, lu tho Thursday from a stay of ten days in evening they lounged lu the Casino. Unquestionably the best in Kentucky. A Oue night while looking at the gamLouisville and Rloomington Indiana. blers Mr. Iowrle suggested that they Misses Stella and Lula McWhorter each risk a franc Just for fun. Mix and Mr. Harry McWhorter motored to Kentwood demurred on tho ground llryantsville Tuesday and were guests that she wa restricted In the amount she jxissessed for her travel, and oven of Miss Cecil Rowling. tho losa of a few francs would emCremo Dairy Feed is the best feed barrass her. Mr. Lowrlo said that STOP AT THE that ever went into a cow. It will make he. too, needed to bo economical, but your cow give more milk. For sale by ho thought he would risk a franc. Hudson, Hughes & Farnau Thl decided Miss Kentwood to make a like Investment Mr. Lowrte placed Miss (Jhastine Kucker was host on bis fruiic on one number, Miss Friday evening at a miscellaneous on another. shower in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hutu, won, and both rcluvcxted their Estridge. Quite a number of beautiful winnings. Persons came and went, standing as well as useful things were received by this popular young couple and the about tho roulette table for a time, evening was delightfully spent by all looking at tho gambling. Now and again sonic young man or old woman present. would put down a fruuc, or a 5 franc Miss Stella McWhorter was hostess piece and when It was hist would pas EUROPEAN PLAN. at a dinner partv on Thursday. Those on. Some, like a Uy caught 011 sticking who partook of the elegant repast were paper, would stay, usually losing all spare cash. Mr. Ijiwrle won Misses Ruth Carrier. Lyda Raney of their quite u mini, I lien lost It and quite a .ancaster, Ethel Estridge and Lula larger sum. GOOD Ml xonu Kentwixxl McWhorter, Messrs Cole ot Kansas. T, evinced n disposition to plunge. When J. Price, Glass Carrier of Lancaster, their evenings amusement wu over i Fine Dining Room with Excellent Service and Low Cabel Arnold and Harry McWhorter, Mr. Ijuvrle was minus franc and Mis Kentwixxl "OO franc. Meets Trains. Turkish and ElecPrice. Free Auto-Bu- s Tho next morning there wu un ex tric Baths. change of note I'ctwi-ethem, nut illy written note, hut banknote. Mr, c Write for Reservations. Iiwrle wrote Inclosing "ijO fraues unit aylng that lie hud drawn Hie buluucu GREENBERG, Manager. ot hi letter of unlit to rest me a loss that would doubtless rail heavy on Mis Kentwood. Mix Kcutwood wrolu No doubt you are, il Inclosing 1,'Jihi fru u(s, begging Mr you sutler from any ol the Ijiwrlu to ueiept It us loan. Hhe numerous ailments to would bo obliged to cut xhort her trip, which an women arc subject. Headache, backbut thl wa mure than made up by ache, sldcache, nervoustho jilcuxuro of serving uno whom he ness, weak, tired feeling, had come to iipprcclulo highly are some ot the symp(in nsvlpt of this iioMh nurriUm Mi toms, and you must rid I.owrlo cocked hi head much u olio yourself ol them in order Incorporated, who hud discovered u "mare' uest." to led well. Thousands Mis Kentwixxl received Mr. Uiwrle'a oi women, who have been bencfiled by this Ixnefuctlou while her u I.I wa pro-remedy, urge you to i ring her toilet for hiinkfiixt. She All burst Into n laugh. Mr, I.owrlo wa TAKE to cull ut llKi'ilis k, tied when the hour arrived xho went lo tho hotel icccptlon 13 All Orders Receive Prompt Attention or 83. Phones 339-room, dressed to go out with him, but Instead of being In plain clothes ho mmlitlon. ItlifMtorurrh. ?h oluBtry KNrtlmony o(HsoutarxtiM UlituliM thtt. l'rrura trrfi)ti In rm!tf of mifi. IVrutia luiM upthifllcMUoo.rfLorra tbfuriuib(fi4j I. tip pot tbt lUmln -w 4" 1,500,000 POUNDS OF SOLD M ' 'as4 vyttvm, ton frr i(lify to theml rnabtr mioti tor thmm itftitotwmbrttm Frrunl bit MOwfiU IU H MtAnhl It I M Poaicmm formHirtr function. !o moy t im lu nt It rsrvlr fU twHfrrlltabrf.Attnnf, vhn trtiTHit UroaUntioil properly wIIIIh Th l'rrun Mftiral HVpartfiM-nTbttkx-tor'- i trralrat-oi- Jic It If em. lwo't dH TOBACCO HAVE Hrad-aha- THE PERUNA CO., Colomboa.O. DANVILLE BREAKS AT AVERAGE OF $17.43 Recorded. ARMY PER HUNDRED. de-dr- Scores of Big Averages are Mules Will buy your mules, 5 to Low Grades are Bringing Fabulous Prices. makesthe 10 years old 15 hands to 'XI 1 6 hands high. Am in position II to pay highest price. DANVILLE MARKET LANCASTER, KY. Gait House When In Louisville. ROOMS FOR $1. PER DAY. Kent-woo- d Shelburne- The man tha,t told you not to "PINHOOK" your Tobacco, for prices Would Be High. J.-- J. J Worn Oof? Jacob SchulzCompany Fine Gut Flowers For F Shelburne House Is Free of any Trust and Combine and is the Best Lighted House in 111 Occasions. Can s The Woman's Tonic Mrs. Sylvania Woods, olClilton Mills, Ky., says: woro n $:100 Mreet costume. Advunclng to her visitor, khe handed him hi do nation. Hi: accepted It and returned her. W. 0. RIGNEY Funeral Lancaster, Oirector and Embalmer. Kentucky. Office Phone 18. Residence Phone 33. "BeloretflklnaCardui, I was, at tlmre, so weak I could hardly walk, and the pain In my back and head nearly killed me. Alter taking three bottles of Cardul, the pains disappeared. Now 1 feel as weljasleverdid. Every sullering woman should try Cardul." Oetabottle E-- 8 today. "Mr. I,owrlo," xln wild, for tho llrst time addressing hlui by his real name. "wo have Npollid u thvire for a novel." "Or a picture play." "Romance and riches uro Ininnipatl hie." "Just an." "If you cure to Join our fortune I will refer you to my undo In New York, who Is my business manager." "I will call iiiHiii him on tuy return to America." Wo wcro to take a "I. me walk together this morning." "Relng too pewr to pay for a ride." Doth laughed. "I think I will charter a steamboat and we will make tho tour of the lake." "Do so. My maid will serve for LEXINGTON, KY. Free stable room and courteous treatment to all. Bring Your Tobacco To Us. SILAS SHELBURNE, PRES. h. kaperon." The Central Record, Thursday, January 4, 1917. Whtn tht Lamp Bumsd Lew. eclipse of the Thnt was n moon Vi!nedny night. It brought lip merrirlon nf the good old times when the lamp In the best room was turned !(". Toledo nincV. Economy Can De Carried Too Far. It doesn't pay to nave n penny at the cxpenio of several tiennleV worth of time and effort. All economy Is not economy. Koine of It costs more thao It Is worth. Welsh & Wiseman Go's Stearns. The Ultimate Gar. January IS chase America's first Knight Motor Car. Clearance - SALE NOW GOING- ON of all breathing exercises because the effects nre benetlclnl locally us well as constitutionally, says one of the ii physical culture teachers la New York. So let us teach our children the value of correct and deep breathing, and In doing so we Improve our own health and thereby Impart cheerfulness and happiness to our best-kno- Protection Against Catarrh. Any conxtltiitlonul exercise which Improves the circulation nnd makes the body resistant help to protect one from catarrh. This is particularly true The Car For Luxury. Pride and Service. If Interested, write or phone Ed. C Benckendorf WILMORE, KY. FARMER'S COLUMN home. ilpaet below this beading it lor ins tzeln-It- s a is ot our larmer ub.erltxu. sad Is tor lbs .tie ot stock, train and inch (hints oo (arm ai lbs farmer cannot afford to adrer-UsA conference If being held in New Ho be accepted o?er York in an effort to bring the Socialist Unci, andnotice bwilt In wo tones ot toar only will lbs and Socialist Labor parties together. icoiD.treeot charts More than 230,000,000 coins worth For Sale: Two thorobred Hereford $9,344,200 were produced at the Phil bull calves.Welght 400 to 600 pounds. adelphia mint last year, breaking all Phone 374-J. A. Owens. previous coinage records. Crab Orchard. Route 2. The chateau in France which was the the birthplace of the Marquis de La Pair of six year old mules. Price right. fayette has been purchased by Ameri Bud Pollard, 4 miles on Lex, pike, cans to he preserved as a memorial. t. museum and home. FOR SALE: Rosewood square piano Exports of foodstuffs due to the Bryantsville. European war are blamed for the high Price $25. Phone 40-Miss Georgia Dunn. cost of living in a report just issued by Offering an opportunity to pur- LATEST NEWS. Coats, Suits, Dresses, Waists, Skirts, Furs, Raincoats, Children's Coats and Dresses, Shoes, Dress Goods, Corsets, Muslin Underwear, Silks, BlanReady-mad- e kets, Comforts, Sheets, Rugs, Linoleums, Lace Curtains and Window Shades, Etc.,,at the LOWEST PRICES OF THE YEAR. Welsh Wiseman Qo Danville, Kentucky. To Clean Qlass. the Weeks Legislative Investigation FOR SALE;-- A number 1, good milk Committee in New York. cow. i Freshen few das. The Entente Allies' answer to Presi W.G.Clark. dent Wilson's note calling for a dis cussion of peace terms will contain a For Sal- e- 1 dozen Plymouth Rock long account ot the origin and objects pullets, 75 cents each, also 6 cockrels of the war. Belgium's thanks will be $1.00 each. included, also. W. S. Embry. Emperor William has issued an order Lost In Lancaster, Jan. 2nd, a dark addressed to his army and navy in yellow shepherd dog, about grown. which he days they have been victor Finder please call T. L. Yantia, ious on both land and sea, and that the . Phone year which lies behind them is full of sacrifices but rich in success. About 9,000,000 pounds of the Green Function of Minners. River tobacco crop has been disposed Manners must adorn knowledge and of at Owensboro during the first month smooth Its way through the world. of sales. Growers believe that quite a Chesterfield. large quanity of the weed will bring $30 per hundred pounds later in the FOR SALE AND. RENT season. 248-Q- AN UNLUCKY YEAR. Properly listed la This Column. No. 5. Is' a suburban tract of 133 acres situated on main pike with building site for dwelling right at the. city limits city water and lights installed, most of this farm in grass. This farm will produce the variety of crops usual to the best lands in this county. This tract has one large splendidly constructed stock barn, one 8 acre newly constructed tobacco barm. Farm well fenced and watered. This tract has RENT Ccttages on it, always rented, that produce a rental equal to the average income on a $5000 investment. Price $20,700. $5,700 cash and balance in equal payments due in 2, 3 and 4 vears. uuy this for a home and live convenient and accessible to the advantages of one of the best small cities anywhere. No. 6. Is a tract of 70 acres; has all the improvements of tract No. 5 and is priced at $12,250 and is worth the money. Terms $4250 cash and balance in equal payments maturing in 2, 3 and 4 years. No. 8. Is one of the most attractive, substantial, and convenient suburban homes in the city a two story dwelling of ten rooms, including halls and pantries, all requirements in out buildings, lights and water: has several acres suitable for building lots. We will trade this handsome city dwelling and acrage in on a good farm. If you wish to retire from the farm you should know about this one. No. 9. Is a bargain, 170 acres 3 mil es from Lancaster, right on turnpike, has two dwellings and two good burns. This farm will produce hemp and to bacco, about one half in grass, price $100 per acre. 10. Is a two story dwelling, situated in the city limits, large size lot, in good locality. The dwelling is newly built. In splendid condition and attractive; all tho citv conveniences, water, lights, sidewalks. The owner leaving city and will take $2500. 7 No. 11. City Property-Dwelli- ng, rooms and cellar, situated on beautiful Richmond street, large lot and has all conveniences including garage and barn. No. 12. Five room dwelling, modern, good barn, large lot fronting on Lex- rinely cat potato parings and ammonia will clean the Inside of a carafe. COMMISSIONER'S SALE GARRARD MARKSBUKY The teachers training class will meet at church Saturday at 1:30 p. m. The friends of Miss Lula Simpson are glad to note her rapid recovery. Mr. Iln Hughes and family spent Sunday with Mr. John and Susan K. Sutton. Lime, sand, cement, rock screenings, brick, salt etc. Hudson, Hughes Si Farnau. Mr. Troy Hogg and Miss I'earl Jones of Harrodsburg were recently united in marriage at the home of her parents. Mr. Jim Clark was host at a Xmas dinner Friday, Nine of his children work too hard on your farm if you haven't an engine. YOU can mala mom money, with much Icks labor, by and thirteen grand children were presusing an I II C oil and naienciue. Think what it means ent. to you an J your family to liao the cream separator, churn, Miss Annie pump, feed grinder, fanning mill, thresher, woodsaw, grindIllanks was award' stone, washiug machine, and many other macbiues, run by an ed the prize for best attendance for 191U by her teacher, Miss Eugene Pollard. Mr. A. S. Rice bought of J. I. HamThink how much mow pleasant, how mucli moro attractive ilton the farm known as the Dunn your farm and homo will become wheutho 1 11 C engiuo docs much of the hard work. eo I'lace, price unknown. Such good citi1 11 U gasoline engiues arc reliable, durable nnd run smooth-ly- , zens are gladly welcome to our comyear in and year out. Wo havo whatever ttylo and suo munity. engine you want in the 1 II C line, which includes: Vertical power; horizontal 1 to ty o 2, i, 4, 6,25, and While feeding the stock one evening iiortable 1 to lower; mounted on sMda 1 lust week Mr. II. K. Swope was strickpower; traction 12 to (tower; sawing, pumpen with something like a rheumatic ing, spraying, hoisting, and grinding outfits, etc. lluilt to Oicrato ou gas, gasoline, kerosene, distillate, or alcohol. Ciuuo pviu in his knee and was unable to get get a copy of our new catalogue. in and to the house. He has been confined to his room ever since but Is some better at this time. The bride nnd groom Mr. and Mrs. Mortem l'ollard were given a C o'clock dinner Wednesday evening just after the (.eremony by Mr. and Mrs, Ike Nay lor. A good dinner by her parents Mr and Mrs Edmond Sutton Salurduy. Ky. Mr. and Mrs. Mason l'ollard at dinner All these functions were Sunday. given in honor of Mr. and Mrs. l'ollard. Taking the weather, mileage and bad roads into consideration, class No 4, of the Sunday school made a good Resolutions by the record for 1910. Incorporated. class voted, last Sunday, as a unit, that greater efforts would be madn in attendance and scholarship, for the new year. The young ladies especially of All the class were requested to pin these Miss resolutions on their mirror. Allca Sutton received the prize for at43- -or 83. All Orders Receive Prompt Attention tendance having only excelled Miss hones 339-- F Margaret Doty one Suuday. This is three successive years Miss Sutton has made this fine record. 0FLAND. YOU HAVENT A GASOLINE GINE SEE US AT ONCE IHC OIL AND GAS ENGINE BECKER & BALLARD. BRYANTSVILLE. HONE 27. lacob SchulzCompany ine Cut Flowers For 1 Occasions. Wm. F. Miller, Agt. Lancaster. CIRCUIT COURT. health. If you lie, betray, trust and break Plaintiffs, your word, your name will be smirched Defendants. with disgrace. If you make no effort to improve Pursuant to a judgment rendered at the November Term, 1916, the under- your position or broaden your mind, a signed Commissioner will sell at public more earnest and eager and deserving auction to the highest and best bidder, before the Court House door inN Lancas- man will disposess you from your job. Hut 1917 will be a happy, wonderful, ter, Ky, at 11 o'clock A. M. or treasure-ladeon prosperous year for all who strive keenly and cleanly. MONDAY. JANUARY 2Uh, 1917, Rut luck is a matter of character-n- ot it being the tirst day of the Garrard of calendar. Superstition is ludi County Court Term, the real estate All mentioned in the pleadings and describ- crous by the light of electricity. ed as follows: the wicked spirits are in the grogshop. In Garrard County, Kertucky, on the The evil eye is watching from the front waters of Long llrancli and bounded as row at the musical comedy. follows: Ueginning at a slake in Buhl Good and bad are mental attitudes. branch; thence up the same S 9 W 22 poles to a stake; thence leaving said We are great and stalwart or puny and branch S 80 E 9 poles to a stake; mirerable because it is our will to be thence N 9i E 22 (rales to a stake; so. Our souls mould our careers. Ex. thence N 80 W U poles to the beginning, containing 1) acres, 2nd. Tract: In the same County and NEW YEAR'S RESOLUTIONS State and adjoins the above tract and bounded as follows; Ueginning at a Better To Make Many And Break Some stake on the East bank of said Long llrancli; thence S M)j K 9 poles to a Than To Hare Made None At All. stake; thence N 8J W U poles to said Long llrancli; thence S 31 E 21 It's very much the fashion to joke poles to a stake on said Long Branch; tnence a new line a 74 r, ii poles about making New Year's resolutions; to a beech; thence S 84 E 23 poles but bs a matter of fact there is advanto a locust; thence S 55 E 14 poles tage in making resolutions, If they are to a stake on Charles Hume line; thence good ones, and there is no other date S 104 33 poles to a stone, corner to said Taylor; thence SKW 18 poles to a except one's birthday anniversary so stake in the head of a hollow, with the appropriate for the practice. meanders. S C0 W 10 poles S 75 W 8 That individual must be totally de poles S 74 W 14 poles N 80J V 22 poles void of sentiment who has no sentiment to u stone on the West bunk of said Jokers Long ilrunch and corner to said Sam on the subject of New Year. 'laylor: thence down said llrancli N 3 whose topic is New Year a resolutions poles to the beginning, con- lav stress on the fuel that many of E6 taining 15 acres and 3 roods. them are broken. A fact It is there The purpose of said sale is to divide the proceeds among the plaintiffs and Is no denying it. Rut not all of them defendants herein as their rights may are broken. A man who makes ten New Year's resolutions, every one of appear. them good, and breaks nine. Is better TERMS; The property will be sold on a credit off to the extent of the virtue involved of six and twelve months and the pur- in keeping tho one to which he adheres chaser will be required to execute bonds than If he made none at all. with approvcil security for the For the sake of argument, however, price, due in six and twelve months, respectively, and bearing In- perhaps it may be concedhd that makterest at the rate of six per cent psr ing numerous good resolutions at once annum from date until paid, having the Is open to criticism on the gronnd that force and effect of a jndgment upon it is harder to attain perfection in which execution may Issue, payable to things, and W. II. Drown. Master Commissioner of many things than In a few the Garrard Circuit Court, and a lien that failures cause discouragement, and will be reserved upon the property sold that concentration Is helpful to success. until all the purchase money is paid. From this point of view the wise thing W. II. BROWN, M. C. G. C. C. for New Year's resolution makers to do it to survey their tailings aud frame R. Ii. Tomlinson. Att'y for PlfTs. anew resolution hitting the high spots. Cspt. A. M. Bourie. Auctioneer. Eliza Hume, et al. VS. David llolton, et al, there-about- s, 0 0 pur-cha- The year 1917 will prove an unlucky one for alt cowards, cheats, sneaks, idlers and wasters. If you neglect your responsibility you II pay the penalty of inefficiency. If you squauder your hours and your power, indulge in excesses, deny your body insufficient sleep, exercise and care, you'll lose your strength and ington St., cheap at $2500. der No. 13. lluilding this No. we offer you attractive single and double building lots, splendid location, over 300 feet deep, $150 to 1900, capable of water and light connections. Lots-Un- The Thonas Real Estate Mgr. Ageny. D. A. Thomas, Office Record Illdg. Lancaster, Ky. The Central Record, Thursday, January 4, 1917. TkeCentral Record INCORPORATED I88UKD TO THE DEMOCRATS OF GARRARD COUNTY. In this Issue of the Central Record vou will see mv nnnouncemcnt for the democratic nomination for State Senator from this Senatorial District composed of this county, Lincoln, Casey and Iioyle. You so generously nominated me. without opMsltion, to be your candidate for Representative from this county and I was elected to tint office nnd served as oiir Representa tive in the last session of the General Assembly. As beat 1 could 1 have represented all the people of this county in the past session of the legislature and tried to make not only an honest servant but an efficient one for the people. I am tio.Y asking an endorsment of mv record made in the Legislature ns a member of the Lower House bv being elected to serve this district in the Upper House of that body, that ou together with the Democrats of the three named counties allow me to serve bs Senator. My position on public questions is known from the votes cast by me. All legislation that looked to the ad vancement of Kentucky received my heartiest support and my record will show that my vote was alwiys on the side of economy in the affairs of the State. The State is now more than four million dollars in debt, I voted FOR HARLAN ANNOUNCES STATE SENATOR. BOYLE'S TURN. THINKS IT "STEP LIVELY" IS CALL TOjVAITER Cincinnati Citizen Can't Get GRATEFUL) PATIENT BUYS RED CROSS SEALS Talla Why Ha Supporta Oraat National Rad Croaa Chriatmaa Movsmant. "Personal rMwIem-- menus iniieh In one's attitude Inward the Seals. Will you let hip tell why Imth gratitude fur the cm Inn of my life and n delrc to help exteruilna.te tiilierotitiMls makes nie buy and if-- fled Cross Clirl-tmSeals?" This It n request In n letter fnuii n rnred patient In one of Wisconsin'- County Hospitals fi r Tulierviilo-ili- , who says "I win film kill fi lenrii In 1910 flint I had 'Otittutliu I thought Hint wni the end of me. Fortunately for nie the National Tiiherenlosls Assis'la-(Ini- i und fhe Amerleiin Red Cross had taken up the task of Informing the nation that n pulmonary tiit'rcnliil can lie itrreMed nnd iiorbapscurrd by a eoinblnnllmi of fresh air, good fool, perfect rest, mid freedom from tare In ootirse ot time this good Hewn had reached Wisconsin nnd the Wisconsin Association was or gnnled to earrj the message Into every eorner of the Mate Through fill" propaganda uinatnrta were ottiihlMied 111 Mirlmis parts of the state. So uheli the dlseiiKe Uraino n ory parsiuiul nintter to me, there win an lnllinllnn near at home tu teach me Ijnw t brent lie, eat. rest, and think, so as to lle with Uibeirulrl. und nt n prlie within rem li of my numerate pure. of the phllnu This was all the ilt thropte pmpuL'mnln ut there national orgiiutiiitioiiK anil the YIi-oilx tntlon, In nhoiu I llliwlt must always lie grateful for my pres rut health mill Mreiwth " What lied fnxs Senls Uae donu In WlseeiiMn they hue done and an- - do fmr In rverv other state In the I'nloii All but ten per tent of the pns-inU- . which Is H.nl for oMs'U'es. remains In the stale whore the Seals are sold tn be for tuberculosis work. V mil FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN n Weekly. $1.00 a year. J Money to loan. Call at this nfllae. J. fntr4ai E. ROBINSON. Editor. Mgr. Hr. R.L. ELKIN. Local Editor nml Ilia Toil Ofllrc tn l.ancaitrr. Kroond Clai Hall Matter To The Democrats of Garrard County: Nice store room f.ir rent. Ucmlicr Kentucky Press Association aud Eighth District Publishers League. Lancaster, Ky., January 4, 1917 Rates For Political Announcements For Precinct ami Citv OIIt:es . . .$ COO 10.00 'or County Offices tor State nnd 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 We are authorized to announce Miss Jennie Wiggins a candidate for County of Garrard School Superintendent County, subject to the action of the Democratic primary August 1917. ii We are authorized to announce J. O. Bogie, as a randidate for the DemocCourt ratic nomination fcr County against appropriations except where Clerk, primary to be held August 1917. same were absolutely necessary for the carrying on of the State Institutions, We are authorized to announce believing that the best way for the Jeptha Onstott a candidate for the way not to County Court State M get out of debt 'democratic nominaticnlfor My loy action of the pri- spend mote than its income. Clerk, subject to the alty to the party and its nominees is mary, August 1917. well known to democrats everywhere We are authorized to announce 13. H. and during the recent Session of the Ray as a candidate for the Democratic General Assembly I was industrious in nomination for Assessor of Garrard my efforts in aiding the State Adminis county, subject to the action of the tration in enacting such laws as carried Primary, August, 1917. We authorized to announce J. H. Clark a candidate for the nomination for Magistrate, of Garrard countv, in district No. 1, subject to the action of ' the Democratic primary, August 1917. We are authorized to announce W.A. Doty a candidate for the Democratic nomination for County Court Clerk, subject to the action of the primary, August 1917. 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. We are authorized to announce Hon. 11. Cluv KaulTman as a candidate for the Democratic nomination for State Senator from the ISth Senatorial district, subject to the primary August 1917. We are authoiized to announce Jay W. Harlan, of Bovle countv a candi date for the Democratic nomination for State Senator, from the ISth district, subject to the action of that party at the primary August 1917. We wish fo extend to every reader of the KECOKD and all our friends the best wishes for the New Year and throughout its twelve months it may bring you health, contentment and prosperity. These are moments of high privilege in which we are able to look back over three hundred and sixty-fiv- e days and even have a little look forward, so we thank God for this new beginning which we all are to share, and ask you tn join us in this good wish for the new year. That it may bring to us some new experience of love and hope; that it may oirer us tome large opjRirtunity of service for mankind; that Its close may find us a little more happy, a little more useful, a little more patient, a little more faithful than when it begun; and at its close wo may be here to greet each other with still more happy and confident hope tor another New Year. out the partv platform. One of the acute political questions of the day is whether our party shall through its members of the next Gen eral Asscmblv be for the submission to a vote of the people a State Wide 1'rO' hibition amendment to the Constitution My position on this of the State. question is known to all of vou and to all the people in this District who watched my record on this question when it was before the 1910 session. I was for the amendment at that time and so voted to submit same and if elected again I will vote to submit such an amendment and do all I can to aid its passage in the Senate of Kentucky at every session while I am a member. I expect to prosecute my canvass for this nomination with all the vigor at my command and hope to meet every democrat in this district personally be tween this date and next August elec tion and earnestly solicit the democrats of my home county to assist me in my endeavors to achieve this ambition to serve you as Senator from this District. Thanking you for all the honors you have bestowed on me in the past and trust that you will not grow weary along that line until I serve you as the Kespectfully, next Senatoi. H. CLAY KAUKFMAN, New Celluloid Substance. Yeast Is an Important constituent of the new Celluloid substance known as "Ernollth." The yeast Is combined with aldehyde, pieferably formic aldehyde, und heat and pressure convert the mixture Into a hard solid. The producers And tbnt the hardners and elasticity may be considerably varied. Many shades of color, ns well ns marbled or veined effects, can be produced by mineral and vegetable dyes. HOLTZCLAW-RANKI- N. BABY GIRL. Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Arnold. Sr.. together with their friends arc rejoicing over the advent of a baby girl which arrived u few days ago to bless this happy union. The marriage of Miss Mary E. Hollz- cliw and Mr. Jonathan David Rankin, was quietly solemnized at the home of the bride's father, Mr. John F. Holtz- claw of Gilberts Creek. Wednesday, Dec. 27th, at two o'clock, Itev. F. M. Tinder, officiating. The attendants were Miss Kate Holtz- claw, sister of the bride, and Mr. John W. Rankin, cousin of the grocm, best man, and Mr. John Gooch und Miss Kllen Mae Holtzclaw. At the coming August primary the Democrats of the ISth Senatorial district, coinxised of the counties of Garrard. Lincoln, Casey, mid Iioyle, will nominate a candidate for th- state sen ate. It lint been a time honored custom among the Democrats of this for the component counties to furnish the nominee for this office in turn or rotation. I'ursunnt to this custum it is now the right and privilege of Iioyle county to furnish the nominee at the 1917 election bevond any question as hereinafter shown. The county of Garrard furnished the nominee in ltW in the person ot the Hon. George T. Farns, who was elected and served during the sessions of ISSN and 1900. He was renominated mid for the subsequent term, and served again (luring the sessions of 1902 and 1901. Following the tenure of Senator Far-ri- s the Hon. K. L. Hubble, of Lincoln county, represented the tuu terms during the sessions fron. 1904 to 1912 inclusive. The county of Casey then in turn furnished the nominee in 19RI In the person of the present senator, lion. Charles F. Montgomery, who has served during the sessions of 1914 and 1910. It is therefore clearly evident that it is now the time and turn for Iioyle county tn furnish the nominee in 1917 to be voted for tt the November election. The last tune that the was held by a citizen of Iioyle county was during the sessions of liW and 1S92, when the district was represented by Judge It. J. Ilretkinridge, row deceased. The term between the incumbency of Judge Ilreckinridge aud Senator Farris was held by Mr. J. C. Lay, a Republican, of Casey county. Senators Farris, Hubble, and Montgomery, of Garrard, Lincoln, and Casey counties respectively, were given the nominations pursuant to the nfort-sai- d party custom without opposition, and the Democrats of llovle county feel that the same courtesy and fairness should be accorded them at this time. As a Democrat of Iioyle county I hereby announce my candidacy for the Democratic nomination for the state senatorship from the 18th district subject to the action of the party ut the coming primary. I have always lived in Iioyle county, and have prac ticed law for the past eight years. Since reaching twenty one years of age, I have labored for the success of the partv, and have for two terms been one of the county committeeman, and also served for four years as the Dem ocratic election commissioner. If I should be nominated and elected the people of the district can rest at sured that us their representative in the Senate, I will not advocate the cause of any special interests or party factions, but will sincerely and con scientiously endeavor tu advance and protect the interest of the people. will espouse the cause of economy in the administration of the alfuirs of the state, and try to assist in finding some reliet from the financial bondage that our Commonwealth has labored under for some years. The people ot the state have directed the legislature by a constitutional amendment to change and revise our present system of taxation, l'ossibly this will be done prior to the 1918 session. However there is no question but that our present system is archaic, burdensome, unjust, and a handicap to the progress und advance ment of the welfare of the state. If I should us your senator when this legislation comtsup, I will vote to secure a system that is modern und just, and above ull equal und fair tu every one. It is further evident that the question of submitting to the voters of the state a constitutional amendment providing for state wide prohibition will be brought before the legislature. I be lieve in the sovereignty of the people, and on this question I unqualifiedly say that I will vuto to submit the amend ment, as it is for the people, und not the legislature, tu accept or reject this t W.J. Writ. Meals Quickly Enough Now. TAflLAC APPETITE For Kent, 2 unfurnished rooms, Mrs. Susan FisliT. oak chins cabinet, Foil Sam:-A- n apply to this ofllre. HE IIAS A For Side; Two spotted IHinles, broken. J. A. Amon. Says Ha Had About Clvan Up Eating on Account of Consequent Dad but Took Tanlac and New Can Cnjoy a Square Maal Without Failing the Lcait Distress. My two story For Ssle or Kent: house on Uiclimoiid street. 1214-tf- . S. C. HaseMen. "Step lively, waiter." Is the ehoory rail hcurd In any restaurant Hint Walter Applegule,- - St 3 Walter avenue. O, may Walnut HUN, patronize. Hut Mnee Hint eouiinand H ureom. punlctl by the "Tanhie Smile' the wait er Is glad to step lively Mr Applesoft' said Was Alwajra Miierable. "I run hit doHii now und enjoy a square meal, eat anything my appetite tsi vet. iiml get FOK KKNT-- My prepertey nt for the j ear 1917. Wrlle Mrs. Mary Dickersun at Itirlunnml, or see Mul Carter, lltickcvo, Ky. Ky, :Upd. Foit Sai.k One live passenger Overland and one Schacht Truck. Cheap if White & Itiiklle, 0 sold a t once. tf MULES Faint Lick, Ky. WANTED. nnuy before For three years I I with It. Am III the market fur some good mules and army mules. 15 hmds to Iti W. II. Ilurton. hands high. II- - Tuiilno lntherel took wot bj- FOR RENT. Five room cottage on Hill Court, large lot nnd garden, bath and lights, I'.. T. I.'inbrv at National Hank. fermen inn. n of fiHl I nie I tnilil not fill u; stimhr tuff highly :: si ! seet ' !io When I ate nrj tnv of them I "nillil MIITer se erelv with fin Safaty First ami liloatliig.aml f "Vassal) ! Dat Mlttah Swlnnell am tvuh nr Mom de crookedest white man In dla whole I Ii.nl fro i h. WALTER APPLE I'lpnt pains In town!" said llrother Dogus. "He starts GATE, of Cincinmy lui k. nnd my out oa 'lection maunlu' nld his pants ' nati. Who Qaya lion el hi tinn w us full o' sliver dollars and Ms coat Tanlac Reitorad Irregular I had ho deas nld whisky bottles, Hia Appatita and to physic with hach'ly buys de cullud ntnr nld bofe Haalth. pill and such hands, A nigger Kaln't seu"Cly 'scape dat crooked nhlte man. If he tllist. Hut thine all the lime." Tho "Tanlac Smile" Just wouldn't for fear he mought overlook me tn du stay off Applegate'n face at be told thuflle, I's gwtne tn imet hi in 'arty and often, nnd say. 'Ilond). lllxtnliTliwln-noi- l of tho relief the medicine care lilm. ! !' ban haw I' Kansas No Dittrtaa Now. City Slur. "Tunlae," lie emitluiicd, "has changed I fan ent nu.v thing I want. nil that I regard Tanlac as the lltiest bond regulator I ever took. It has helped GARRARD TOBAO me mid I nm Iliiu.l.fnl fur It " -- i swag-KinI'h-yn- FOR RENT. Property on Stanford street, next to Christian church, now oeeupird by It. K. Conn, for )enr 1917. Terms reason able. W. II. Mason TARM counties. LANDS. llargains in Fayette mid ndjoimng Five wr cent. Form Imiiw W. KINli unit SON, mo. Lexington. Ky. FOR SALE. 15l acres of (iarrurd County land near llyattsvillo. now ready to grow any crop drsirtsl. To capitalist, limitless, or laboring man In nerd of a Inline STOP. LOOK and L1STKN. tnbVo 120 It), henif) $15.00; com $5 00. , wheat i2fi. Price JluO. per acre Tanlac it being introduced in Lan caster ut ft. K. Mcltoberts. Tanlac may bo obtained in the nearby cities. I'aint Lick. J. N. Metcalf; Ilry- antsville. Meeker & Italian); Little Hickman, Collier and Itruner; Herea. S. !.'. Welch; Stanford. I'enny's Drug Store; Junction City, Reynolds and Evans; Richmond. II. L. l'erry & Son; Crab Orchard, l.yne llros ; Ilurgin, G. T. Schoolfield; Danville, John S. We. Lancaster. R K. Mcltoberts. and W. C fAdv) West. Silver Creek. CO GROWERS Fabc- - PhonviJ2. 1st. Gelling Rich On Danville Market. ulous Prices Realized. v l.txln(jtijrli-.r " f KELLY TOBACCO SEED. FLOUR THE CHEAPEST BEST FOOD AND 10 cents spent today for good flour is ejual to; $1.23 spent for eggs. .6.1 j spent for Heef. .I!j spent for Milk. .19 Bpent for Hice. Itspent for Hems. Trv u sack of our hiim L'ruile Hour Money back and do your own baking. if not satisfied. Hudson, Hughes & Furnau. - of Imitations. Other seed is Neve' jn the history of the county sold under their names. The have the tobacco growers rtahztd so much for tlieir tobacco 83 Ihrv ure nt genuine improved "Standing Up ' Hurthis time nnd those selling on the Dan ley Tohacc Seed raised by II L Kelly ville market are in high giro over the ami Sons, can be procuted only from prices received there this week. Col, thu raiser aud is not genuine unless put of I. M. Dunn is not leivjng a stone un uti in packages beaiing a Application Is now turned to see that every grower gets a their signature. pending in the U. S. Patent Olllce for uare deal and no one ever goes to his market thnt he doesn't come away glad the registration of Ihrir signature as a that he took the Colonels advice and trnde mark and all infringements w!l brought his tobacco to the l'eoples he prosecuted. Seed pickeil from best selecltd khIs. Warehouse. Some of (iarrords lucky farmers sell- produced by champion Hurley tobacco ing there this week were rewarded growers of Kentucky for the past '. with the following prices, which in- jrurs. Price SI. per ounce. Send all mail cludes their entire crops, not even u to basket being rejected. II. L. KLI.I.Y & SONS. Kolert Ilurton. It. F. I). No. 1. Lancaster Ky. lbs at IMc 'M lbs at IDlc IDS lbs at Kle lbs at 2lc. Ji F0R RENT 1S5 lbs ut 21c HI lbs at r.'ic. 27.1 lbs at 25c 210 lbs at 3.V. Livery Stable Garage 1115 lbs ut H7e 175 lbs at Ujc .155 lbs at l'Jjc Ml lbs at sjc for Centrally locaN" lbs ut IHe 70 lbs at 17Jc ted to Hotel. 210 lbs at lfdc or 1917. next Average $23.46 FEED AND PROTECT YOUR BIRDS. John M. JJroaddug Crop 115 lbs ut 15c Ml Mrs Rella Arnold Francis For Sale: condition. Malleable Kongo in good Mrs, b'allie Sunders. STARTS THE NEW YEAR BY SENDING US A S. The lirst dollar received In 1917 ut the ltccord office was from our young friend Clinton Uaslir, who starts the year right by renewing his subscription and paying in advance fur the paper from his "old home town." Clinton is located in Detroit, Micliigf.li, with the Dodge Automobile factory. He has been promoted from time to time until now he Is a foreman in one of the departments with 870 people working under him, ihowing you can't keep a good man down. To show that he is a good man we will say, he is the superintendent of the Sunday School and a deacon in the Christian Church In Detroit. Dodge Brothers turn out two thousand cars a week so we know Clinton Is not eating any Idle bread. Immediately after the ceremony the bridal party left for the home of the grooms father, Mr. A. L. Rankin, where a delicious four course luncheon was served to over a hundred guests. The house was beautifully decorated in Christmas evergreens and candles. The bride is the youngest daughter of Mr. John T. Holtzclaw, und never looked prettier than on the day ot her marriage. She was attired in a suit of chocolate brown broadcloth and hat to match. The bride Is u graduato of the Lancaster High School of the class of 1914. She is loved by all who know her for her bright pleasing manner and lovely Christian character. The young man who has won her heart and hand, has every reason to feel proud and happy of such a helpmeet. He is the oldest son of Mr. A. L. Ran- kin of Hubble, und is a splendid young nan of exemplary habits, and numbers his friends by his acquaintances. The miny handsome gifts received attests the popularity ot this prominent young couple. None can wish for them more happiness and success than the writer. proposal. I will greatly appreciate the honor of representing the district as Senator, and ask for vour support. Kespectfully, JAY W. HARLAN. MURPIIY-TIPTO- N. The marriage of Miss Kttu Murphv, of London, but who has been one of the obliging und efficient telephone girls ut the locul uxchango for the past year, and Mr. Koy Tipton, formerly of Lon don, hut now uf Hamilton Ohio, came as u surprise to her friends here. Tho ceremony Was performed in Richmond last Saturday, by a Methodist minister of that city. The bride is a beautiful and charming young lady and numbers her friends by her acquaintances, and the groom is to be congratulated upon winning so lovely a girl. The groom is a young business man of Hamilton Ohio, and they left ut once to make their future home there. The Record joins in wishing them much happiness. 155 lbs ut 17Jc 110 lbs at 17c lbs at lfifc 105 lbs ut 14c 25 lbs ut 13c Thu Game and Fish Commission is of 115 lbs at 211c course Interested in the wild life of this 70 lbs ut 20Jc CO lbs nt Ifcic W) lbs ut 22c State und want to stimulate the Interll-- s 1 15 lbs ut 11' jc ut 20ic thu pro 120 est of the lovers of naur in 15 lbs ut Ifiic tection of song, insectivorous und guino birds, and we appeal tu you ns the Average chief soureu of publicity m your section to use the columns of your paper in It. A. llroaddus Crop. placing before the public un appeal for 125 lbs at 20c 55 lbs at lhic thu protection of the birds. 75 1bsatl5Jc llOlbsatl'JJc At this period ol the year with tho HO lbs at 151c ground all frozen und coveied with ice Average and snow these little feathered neighThey bors of ours are facing fumine. I'rathcr and Coffey Crop. cannot raiso trembling hands nnd beg 115 lbs ut lltjc for charity, so ws forget their needs, 75 lbs at Iftc 85 lbs ut lflc and since they eunnot speak for them 100 lbs ut 21u ) lbs at lHJc selves their friends should never cease 150 lbs nt 22c 25 lbs ut lllfc 45 lbs ut 15Jc to do it for them in tho same old words For Sale: Two milk cows, frrah in April. Ilotli young anil good milkers. Also I Shetland (wines. Two well broken. Fred J. Conn. $19.95 L. & N Train Schedule Al Lancaster, ky. AKItlVK. f $18.58. To Maysvillo, connecting ut Iticmnon & Louuville; with I. & N to No71;H:r, a. m. To Rowland & Stanford connecting at Rowland, L & N to all points South. uwuy Hit wild hedges - leave some shocks of corn in your field scatter grain sweepings in likely places, fasten suet tu your orchard trees and spread u lunch counter under your window out of thu reach of cats." The tenderness engendered from a simple service of this kind is as satisfy ing to the bouI as prayer. 1 um sure you will bring to the uttention of your winter lifter winter. "Do not clear Average $19,20 Yntes Hudson Crop. 185 lbs 1C0 ,No28; 11:04 a. in. To Richmond, connecting with L & K? In., I).tl.,.,.lu lu I.., tlliuv t. .(lu.tji , ii. v, IL..TAIIItUII & Cincinnati, Middlesboru & Knoxville. No 70: 11:50 a. in. fsf at 1'JJc , 100 55 120 205 145 1C5 C5 readers the necessity for this little bit of charity towards thu birds. The Game and Fish Commission of Kentucky. 100 lbs lbs lbs lbs lbs lbs lbs lbs lbs at 22Jc at 22k' ut lllc at 22Jc To Richmond, connecting with 20 lbs ut 22$c Irufti In Pinrtnnntl U5 lbs U5lbsut21ic 150 lbs 125 lbs 110 lbs at llJc at 1'Jjc nt 19c ut 191c at l'JJc ut 2Uc Inianon ut 19c at 25c Junction to Eliiabethtown & Rowling HSIbsat l'JJc Green, and ut llardstnwn Junction to GO lbs at IKJc Uardstown & Springfield. 85 lbs at 18Jc No 27; 2:W p. tn. To Louisvillo, connecting at J p II ut lClc 1S5 lbs at IHc Average $20.63 No 9; 8:42 p. in. To Stanford, connecting with train to Uristol & Atlanta. fait The Central Record, Thursday, January 4, 1917. JANUARY CLEARANCE ) nr U V EKUUATS ! 'and BEGINS SATURDAY, JANUARY A SUITS 6th 917. warm fall season has left us with a stock of Suits and Overcoats which is entirely too large for the time of the year, we will therefore cut the price on every Suit and Overcoat in the house, not withstanding the fact that prices of Merchandise of all kinds have soared to to a heighth never known since the Civil War. We believe in the old saying that you can get too much of a good thing and have therefore decided that we will positively reduce this stock and will make the following cut prices on same for the next twenty days. Cut Price; Men's Suits. $10.00 Suits now 12.50 15.00 16.50 18.00 Suits Suits Suits Suits Suits Suits Suits now now now now now now now F or Cash Only. Boys' Knee Suits. $ 4.00 Boys knee suits now $3.25 5.00 Boys knee suits now 3.75 6.50 Boys knee suits now 4.75 7.50 Boys knee suits now 5.75 8.00 Boys knee suits now 6.25 8.50 Boys knee suits now 6.50 10.00 Boys knee suits now 7.50 Men's Overcoats. $ 7.50 9.75 11.75 12?75 Boys School Overcoats. $10.00 Overcoats now 12.50 15.00 16.50 18.00 20.00 22.50 Overcoats Overcoats Overcoats Overcoats Overcoats Overcoats Overcoats now now now now now now uow $ 7.75 9.75 11.75 12.75 13.75 15.75 17.75 18.75 $5.00 6.50 7.50 20.00 22.50 25.00 13.75 '15.75 17.75 18.75 25.00 Boys Boys Boys S.OO Boys S.50 Boys 10.00 Boys 2.50 Boys 1 Overcoats Overcoats Overcoats Overcoats Overcoats Overcoats Overcoats $3.75 4.75 5.75 6,25 6.50 7.75 9.75 Come early and get your size while we have plenty to pick from. JTas. Gossip About People vvv W. Smith, I ; wn Lancaster Miss Mattie Adams leaves Ftiday for Mr. Prentice Walker, who for the I an extended visit to her sister, Mrs. past two years has been attending aj 0. V. Ternll. at Ilichlands. Va. Veterinary College in Cincinnati was at j home during the Christmas senson. I Mis Anna Iloltzclaw who is teach Mr. Walker will return to his native ( ing at Huena Vista was at home for county io the Christmas holidays and to attend his course practise ins proiession alter has been concluded, the marriage of her sister Miss Mary E. Iloltzclaw, Mr. J. H. Collier, of Fork Itidge. Tenn, has been mingling with his friends Messrs Ashley and Hilly Swope, rehere this week. Mr. Collier is stopping turned to their Lexingion home after with his Mrs. Uriah Simpson, speeding a few days with their mother, and lookssister. the picture of health, which Mrs. Hnght Herring, and grand-mothehe attributes to the mountain air and Mrs. Zarelda Gullev. the pure wnter gathered at this mining Mr. and Mrs. F. (i. Hurt and hand- town, near the Kentucky line. some young son, together with Mrs. The trustees of the Lancaster Craded Snrah Hurt, were down from Crab school made a very papular selection in Orchard last Sunday, the guests of Mr. that of Miss Martha Kavanaugh to and Mr. I!. II. Uatson. teacn the nth and 7th grades. she is Mr. ltobert Walker, the accommo- not only capable but experieniJ, hav-in- f; taught some of the Inrgest and dating and efficient postmaster of I'aint She takes Lick, was in our town last Tuesday, at- best schools in the county. tending the meeting of the Kentucky the place of Miss Moriss, who resigned on account of ill health. lied Iterkshire Association. Mr. John B. Iloltzclaw, of Tran sylvania University was at home for the .mits Holidays and to be present nt the Iloltzclaw ami Rankin wedding The bride being his sister. Misses Allie Arnold and Mattie who are teaching in the school for the deaf at Pittsburg, spent the holidays in Washington City, enjoying the tights of that beautiful city, Mr. and Mrs. Haydcn Leavel! tained at a 12 o'clock dinner N'ew day, those present were. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Rankin and little sou, Mesdames Robert and David Itankin, Mr. and Mrs. I). F. Itankin, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hal-lar- d and children and Mrs. 1'oor of Stanford, Misses Lucy Spoonamore. Salhe Yengtr and Annie Huffman of Hubble, and Mr. Hen Ham of Somerset Worth While Quotation. mibI of business. Lord Chesterfield. Mr. and Mrs. J. I.. FrancH, wen- - tlie j Cilo of Kansas. guest last Sunday, of Mr. mil Mr. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. l'rice left Tups-- ! Tom Slnvin. on tho Uiclunoril road. dny for Deland, Kin., for a three munths stay with Mrs. I'rice's sis-- I Mix Itutli Waller lias been un visitor of Mr. ami Mrs. J. K. ter Mrs. Mubray. Dickerson during the holiday season. Mis Clara Ha)deu, of Lexington, is A Hrlil Mention cl the Comlngi inj Mis Martha Kavanntiuh has returned the guest of Mr. and Mrs. John S. Goinji hylhoii W Art !nlrettJ In. from u drhhtful visit to her sister. Haughman on the Lexington roud- -' Mix Kdna Kavanaugh. nt IndianaiiolU. Duuvillr Advocate. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Humphrey have Mrs. li. 11. McKoberts ipent Inst Mr. l)olih Uice. of Memphis wa n Tuesday evening and night with her returned from Somerset, after n delightful visit to their son, Frank Humvisitor In our town last Sunday. sister. Mrs llnrve McKoberts. in phrey, of th.it city. Mr. mid Mrs. William Speith htivo Miss Isabel West of Lexington. Va., Mr and Mrs C. It. Henry anil little returned from n trip to l.ouiswlle. son, James Milton, of Klrksville spent has been the charming and delightful Daley visited her sister. Miss llin Holiday with Mr und Mrs Milton guest of her friend. Miss IJIiznbeth Mrs Amanda Anderson, during the holidays. Ward. Gibbs for the past week. Dr. and Mrs. M. S. Ilnttield and Miss Kiln Mne I tour no. has returned Misses I'enrle Dukerson, Gladys after n pleasant visit to relatives in children, have returned after a delight- I'risbie. "Hilliu" and Stella Sunders ful visit to hur parents in Itussell and Christine Sanders motored to Dan Danville. County. ville Sntuiday afternoon Misses Put ty Ferkin's and Matsy (rimes, of Stanford are visitors of Mr. I Miss Van (Ireenloaf of Itichmond. lias Mrs. J. M. Casey, Mrs. Forest FitzCecil lliown. been tin guest tor several days of her gerald, and beautiful baby of Danville, Miss I'euchie Mae Sanders of Coy, is j aunt, Mm, Emma Kaulfman, on Dan-- are the guests of their parents, Mr. mid Mrs. It. II. Wilkinson. spending the week with her sister, Mrs ville Ave. J S. Johnson. Miss Katherine Harris, of Stanford, Mr. Dan Collier F.lkin has returned guest of to Atlanta to take up his medical Mrs. A. II. I lamed of Lebanon spent was the charming week-ens Judge and Mn. K. studies after a stay with hN parents severnl days with her father, Mr. J. 10 her W. Harris. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Klkin. Nevius. here. Miss Kdith Moore was the happy Miss May me Iloltzclaw, of CovingMaude Murphy was in Richmond Miss last Saturday to witness tlu. Murphy- - guest of her 'ittlo friend, Miss Mar- ton came to spend the, 'holidays, with garet Herring, during part of the holi- relntives and friends and tc be present Tipton nuptials day season. wedding. nt lloltzclnw-ltaiikiMr K. T. Ward of Jonesvllle, Va., is Mr. Hen Ham, fornwily of this counspending u few liays with his brother, Mr. Ector Lhwsoii returned to his ty, but now located nt Somerset, was school in Virginia Jr Milton Waid. last Sunday after shaking hands with his friends here spending the holiday with his parents, Mrs. I.uIh Johnson and family spent last Tueiday. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Lawson. laXt Sunday in Itichmond with rel Misses Florence Jolmxon and Kdna stives and friends. Mr. and Mrs, Steve Hill have returnPi Herkcle, after spending the holidays at dr. lien Ilallard, of Cincinnati. spent home have returned to their school at ed to their home after a few weeks visit to rilativcs and friends at Haris several days with his parents, Mr. and Oxford Ohio. Crossing 1ml, and other cities, Mrs. (I. T. Ilallnrd. Mrs. May Hughes Noland spent Mr. John McKoberts returned to the Mrs, Mary Kpping is visiting in Dandays in Louisville during the holi ville this week, the guest of Mr. and day season and was the guest of Mrs. Louisville l'harmaceutical school last! Sunday after n ten days stay with his Mrs. William Kenner. Mattie Itobsou, parent Mr. and Mrs, It, K. Mcitobertr, Mrs. Hello l'erkins and Mrs. CleveMr. Allen Johnson has resumed his Miss Margaret Morrow who is teachland Rose, of Stanford, were visitors in studies ut the Lexington business col our town last Tuesday. lege after a visit tu his mother, Mrs, ing in the D & 1) College of Columbus, Ohio, spent part of tint holdavs with Miss Khza I.unsford, w)io has been in Lulu Johnson, her parents, Mr. and Mrs L W. Mori Cincinnati, for boiiio time, is hero for a Messrs Hill Carson u.id Frescott row, . .. i. villi ill rvi.Liirui milli ir riniii.-aDrown, two of Stanford's promising Mrs. App l'rice was called tu Florida Mr. J. K. Iloltzclaw, of Covington, young men weru visitors here Sunby the serious illness of her daughter, . . .1... : .i . day afternoon, Mrs. F.thel Otrell, She left at once for ' Miss Mary K. Iloltzclaw. Miss Lydia Elmore, a teacher in the Fort l'ierce, the home of Mr. and Mrs, Mr. It. K. Hatllcld.'of Danvlluii Was I) & I) college, Indiana, spent the hol Orrell. here Sunday the guest of' his brother, idays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. l'rice HulTman, until u few Or. M. 3. Hatfield and family. J. W. Elmore. mouths ugo a resident of this county, Mr. and Mis. Green Clay Walker Mrs. T. J. l'rice entertained infor was here last Tuesday from his have returned from a pleasant visit to mally last Fridav evenini in honor of home, with which lie Is delightrelatives and friends In Cincinnati. T. J, Trice, Jr., and his guest Floyd ed, so he says. d grand-parentn Lex-ingt- Dispatch Is the Dally Thoucht. The heart must bo beaten or bruised, nnd thus the sweet scent will come out. Hunyan. Uncle Ebcn. "IV world was made In sis dnyn," said Uncle Khen. "but It's been takln' thousands of je.ir to git desirable tenants for It." Flgurt It Out Yourself. Hilly hud Jit-- startiil to rl,ni!. Ills slter i. ,fc'i him If they were seated neeordin- - t.) nvei-uor hclcjit. Hilly replied, "tlh no; wo are seated no cordlnir to lenzth." Mining Rights Sold The rights to mine In the Chilean nitrate fields are sold from time to time at public miction. The operations enter- connected with working the mines are Years intricate and costly. Dally Thought. Helleve me. the tillent of success Is nothing more than doing whatever you (1. without a thought of fame. If It come at nil. It will come because It Is deserved, not because It Is bought after. Longfellow. Observing A few months at Auction. Friends here have received the folMessrs Charlie Sanders, Hert Klkin lowing invitation to the coining marF.nibry, Willie Helle West, Hobinson boy: Cook, and Harry Itainey, have returned riage of a former Lancaster "Mr. and Mrs. George A. Klingman to M, M. I., Millersburg, after spendrequest the honor of y our presence ing the hohdajs with the home folks. Miss Charlie Klmore gave a verv de lightful dinner party on Monday evening in lienor of Misses Florence John Herkele, Mamie Dunn, Edna sou, llelvn Young and Mr. Frank Tindet. Mammy, at the mariiage of their daughter Adelaide to Mr. Clinton Howen llastin I had been married an old colored woman living In the neighborhood said tn me: "Say, honey, tefo" yo' was married I noticed Mistnh Green was ithwis liangln' on yo" until, but now I ee yo' does the hnngln' on his arm." Chicago Tribune. after Thursday evening January eighteenth nineteen hundred and seventeen at eight o'clock Mr. and Mrs. Mike llnyec, are reCameron Avenue Church of Christ ceiving congratulations upon the arrival Detroit, Michigan." of a brautiful daughter on last Thursday, named Mahy .anone Hayes. Mrs. Hayes is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wesley .aroue. Mr. William Mursee one of our boys who is a member of the coast m tiller, and located at Fensucola, Fla., has been the guest of his parents, Mr, and Mrs. Noah Marsee near I'aint Lick for the past several days. Mrs. Sallie Sanders has just returned from a live weeks visit to her daughter, Mrs. Hughes Aldridge of l'aris Mrs. Sanders visited Crossing Ind. many oints and towns of interest in Indiana, and reports a delightful visit. Father Hennepin Found Coal. Tho earliest mention of coal iu the territory which afterward becume the United States Is recorded In .he Jouru nal of Father Louis Hennepin, French missionary, who in 1070 recorded tho site of u "cole" mine In liver, near the pretent City of OtPowerful Lighthouse Lenses. tawa, Hennepin having passed through lighthouse have that reglou ten years before. Several French been equipped with lenses that enable their lights to be keen from SO to GO Most Expensive Tool. miles at sea. The dlamoud drill Is a decidedly expensive tool, us It I usual to place Suspicious. eight stones In each bit or drill point, n man outside who wants uud "There's stones, of from three to to see you," announced tho nfllce boy, four carats euch ure more satisfactory says he's an old friend of yours." und economical in tho loue run than "lie "find out whether he wants to borrow mull ones. As the carbon Is worth money or sell life Insurance," directed about ?83 a carat, a single drill armed his rmplojer. "In cither ruse, I'm not with stones of medium rise would cost In." In the neighborhood of 12,600. falr-stze- d The Central Record, Thursday .January 4, 1 91 7 Sheriffs Sale FOR Miller Suiian 6 a 1 70 I'arker Mra Lucy IS a 2 25 12 92 Taxes Oti Wooday. I'ullins, Mrs. Clyde 15 a Koblnsun and Robinson 50 a Shelton Lish 60 a Tudor Tom Williams Ed 1 n Willis M. F. 23 a Colored No. 4. 3 CO la 4 71 4 31 2 25 2 00 9 61 C Scientific Farming ALFALFA SEED BEDS. Anderson Jess 18 a liurmdde Clay on efiloek. in front of the Court Houie rftwcii 'Lancaster, Ky., I will offer to dnr.Wtftliat bidder for cash, so much of Jfollowine described property, as aril pay the State, County and district retool tint for the year 1910. Th purchaser is entitled to deed in Leavell All U two year and interest at the rate of 30 Stewart Yantit 7 a assistant, bureau of plant Indus, ficreant per annum and IS per cent Slnvin Mandy 2 a 2 32 if redeemed in that time. try, and If. It. Hendrlck, state1 relaG.T.BALLARD, Jr., tions service. United Plates departT Ivors are the uncollected Taxes and iint4o paid by January 22nd, or the SHERIFF OF GARRARD CO. ment of agriculture: propertyiwill be sold. Tbo tender nature of tbn young alfalfa plants requires that tbo soil be Salltd Raior Strop. Lancaster No. 1, Whita. tbo time of plantlu To clean a razor strop, rub the Btrop ing.excellent tilth at Many of the failures to secure a W 99 Coins Henry 7a a dilute solution of ammonia wawith 6 30 ter good stand may be traced directly to Crimea Jim till It Is clean. 34 12 tbe Improper condition of the aeed bed. Leamll Susie (n. r ) 125a 15 31 VaarMok O. If. & L. J. 1 1 Optimist 14 25 White Geo (n r) 63a The Canary "Well, I certainly preNo 1 Colored. big muitle like mlue to a little fer a 3 65 one like Fldo's." Life. Alcorn Minervia 1 1 3 C5 Arnold Lucy 1 1 8 95 Beaxley Mary 10 a Her Old Habit 5 84 eaxleySamlia.. Medium "Ah. I hear the knocking 5C0 of your lute wife!" Pntron "That sol KUni QUI 238 Who's she knockln' now" I'uck. ISatoe AmandyfJ a 4 97 BcrfettJim 4 a 432 SwsieU Bright 2a Prefsr It Light 10 23 Bcroman Lewis A whole lot of newly married men 4 97 want to know why anyone should ob ItsKanun Lucinda 2 33 ject to a loaf of bread Mug under Denny Mary Jane, heirs, 6 C2 weight. Doty Earnest 1 1 8 95 Doty Edna 5 a and 1 1 G 30 UaenBillla Still Cling to Citterns. 12 92 Faulkner LewU 2 t There still arc In me In New Orleans C 30 Harris W. II. 1 1 about four thousand rIMeraa. accord 2 32 log to reports to the sewerage unit wa llialt Annie 1 1 4 97 ater board. Jennings Geo B 1 a 3 31 JCauffman Mattie 2 CO Kavanaugh Morth Faith. 16 75 Kavaaaugh JohnJ25 a He "Darling, you don't hare to put 5 63 on a new dress every time I call. ri.INT CM.1OCCL1TE0 AND INOCULATED Lacky Alex ljt J C30 have faith In your extravagance." LeareU Andersonll tl The aim should be to get tbe aoll fine 14 23 Life. ttefaer Mary, heirs ly pulverized, thoroughly compacted 8 23 . Lewis Steve heirs C acres and comparatively free from weK . 6 02 Mayfield Jery The surface two or three Inches should 6 62 Mayficld Andy 1 1 bo fine and loo.se, and below this It HUNTERS TAKE NOTICE. should bo sufficiently firm to faror tbe Meadows Andy 564 capillary movement of water, yet por 5 33 Miller Bessie This Agreement Witnesseth; That 3 32 in order to protect the game on our ous enough to permit good drainage Mewland Sarah and free circulation of air through the 4 97 iUhinson Eliza lands for a period of three years we soil. Kali plowing Is desirable In see 3 97 bind ourselves not to hunt thereon, nor H!ter Mattie tlons wberu early summer seeding li 3 65 permit anybody else to do so, and we practiced. If fall plowed tbe land Simpson Bettie lira 1 1 5 63 further agree to prosecute with dill should be thoroughly disked as soon as Seaallwood Jesse l!a rurraene Smith 12 a. 7 62 gence all persons who violate the game It will work up well In tbe spring and 5 98 laws of Kentucky or trespass upon our should then be harrowed until seedlug William Herbert la WiUiama James 6 30 lands for the purpose of hunting. And time at Intervals sutllclently frequent to keep dowu tbe weeds and to make a we further agree to act as Deputy perfect seed bed. Where laud W plowed No. 2 Bryantsville. Game Wardens for the purpose of car In the spring for alfalfa at least four 16 65 ftaleomb W. B. 1 T. L... rving out this agreement. Except each to six weeks should Intervene lietween 12 60 Kelson W. R. Hrs. 35 a of us have the right to kill rabbits on tho time of plowlug and needing, dur 15 30 Pollard Ben (N.R.) 54 a our .arms or permit it to be done by ing which time tbe land should be har 4 65 Pension Harrison 4 a another under our supervision, or the rowed every ten or twelve days to keep 8 80 frestoo Asbury, 20 a supervision of some responsible and down the weeds and to couserve the 6 35 moisture. Where tbe soli li Inclined to Preston J. T. 1 a person selected by us. be too loose or when there are any y 0 reliable Payor M. V. 9 a This November 15th, 1915. clods tbe roller pulverizer Is an excel Shearer W. Roy.' la 465 to use. When alfalfa Is In J. E. Robinson, lent toolwinter Sutherland Mrs. J. A. 10 a .... 2 65 R. L. Elkin. wheat or other small W. H. Brown, follow Stirpes Ray. 4 93 , Jno. M. Farra. grain crops a thorough disking, folW. B. Burton Alex Walker, . by frequent barrowlngs, will oflowed no. c. iOiorea. Haselden Bros., T. A. Elkin, ten be all that may be required, pro Anderson Wm. 4 a all taxes F. M. Tinder, vided the land is worked shortly after J. H. Dalton, 1915. $14.21; 1916 $16 21 John II. Smith. Logan Hubble, tbe grain Is removed. When plowing Dunn Co tern adore, His. 3 a 3 65 .1. N. Ross, G. M. Deshon, In this case Is necessary tbe preparaElmore Almiry 3 a! 6 30 Fisher Herring, H. B. Cox, tion of the seed bed will often be Jfieka Mary B, Hrs, la tatcd by disking 3 65 Hughes Bros, J. W. Sweeney, by following tho Hhead of the plow ami plow at ouco with a Jefferson Crennell, 4 a 7 36 Withers Bros, W. M. Mahan. pulverizer and barrow. On land that Myers Willis, Hrs, 14 a 7 63 William, Marcus and Jim White, has been In un early maturing cultiWithers James, la 6 SO B. F. Wilmot, J. U. Pope, vated crop, such as potatoes, peas. Mrs. David Chenault, sweet com or soy beans, no other prep, Fred J. Conn, Buckeye No. 3. White. W. R. Cook, aratlon will be needed than the neces J, iV. Elmore, Ilarton J. B. 1 a. 1915, $4 25 T. C, Rankin. HulTman Bros, sary barrowlngs. 1916... $ 4 97 Nitrogen llxing bacteria should be Sam Cotton, Wm. G. Anderson. Burton Wootson J a; 4 97 T, M. Arnold, Jr, W. B. Moss provided, uuless the aoll Is known to be Casey James, N.R. , 50 a 22 20 supplied naturally with these germs. R. E. Henry. Jno. M. White, Uuvia Nelson 30 a, 13 56 may bo accomplished A. D. Iiradshaw. Bright Herring. Inoculation over best area to bo seeded by scattering Emmons Bros, N. It. 17 a 16 SO the R. I.. Barker. Scott Huffman burfuce soil takeu to tho depth of four UumeaTrav, 33 a." j 21 20 Wm. and Lizzie Onstott. or llvo Inches from u tint lie r field upon 14 99 UngJ, R. 49 a. UjI which tho crop has been previously 4 71 Parker W. II. 3J a successfully grown, Tbe soil should be 10 54 Pruitt Ray 8 a broadcasted, at tho rate of from 2.V) to 7 02 Itav Mike, 2 a 50O pounds tier acre, and harrowed In Itay J. It., 79 a 33 59 immediately, The spreading should J he undersigned hereby uosa Simon, ai u 14 25 gve warn take place 011 a cloudy day or Into lu Sanders R. W. 4 acres 82 25 ing to all persons not to trespass upon the afternoon, as the mil's rays aro Simpson Wm, 22 a 8 42 our lands for any purpose whatever as destructlvo to the germs. Soil from the Simpson John 10 a 7 89 we will prosecute all offenders to ful roots of sweet clover plants also will Inoculate, alfalfa. Cure khould be takSimpson Mary 87 a 18 22 l)at extent of tt-law. Hunters and, eu to avoid Introducing noxious weeds SJwers Emma Mrs. 2a 7 62 Fishermen especially take notice. or fungous discuses. prurtlcu of 'Tudor Harrison, 1 u 4 97 Ed & N li I'rice R. L. Elkin sowing a kmull quantityThe alfalfa with of Mra. Rebecca J. West. tho regulur fceeillut; of W. R. Cook. Jluckeye No 3, Colored. cloer or other James G. Conn, bay crops each jear for a few jeurs beII. C. Arnold. Itay Alice, Hrs. 4 a 3 05 J. C. Morgan. J. 1 Bland. It Is Intended todeotu the land to fore 8 95 Long Bros ltufro Wilson 3 a II. and W. S. Weaver alfalfa has In some rases apparently InC 03 J. Booth Sutton. Warrcn Joe, 2 a... W. T. West troduced buUlcleut bacteria for Inocucrop of alfalfu. 4 97 W, L Lawson and son. Wearrvn Wm, 2 a Howard King, lating the method which S 42 Miss Carrie Boulden, West Charlie 10 a J. II. Rigsby. Another Inoculating ms.-- may bo used Is with au J. C. Rigsby. John Richardson, that of No. 4. White. u limited quantity of A. C. Miles. J. B. Woods. which culture,procured from tho United can be 11 CO Alma A. C. (n. r.) 227 a Jno. M. Farra. States department of agriculture, free J. II. Thompson, Hard, S. L. 50 a 10 81 B. David Steven. of charge. Full luMructluim for use L. Kelly. Ballard P. J. Gi a 4 95 S. C. Rigaby. acconiiumy each bottle, of culture. This Frank Thompson. 1 to Brack Emmitt 20 a D. M. Anderson. J. II. Thompson. culture Is produced also for distribullroek Carlo 60 a 5 38 Davis Am and Ed Bourne. tion by the laboratories of several of Sutton Urock Jess 25 a 4 81 Mrs. J. Wade Walker. Dave Dudderar the statu agricultural experiment fetCornelius W. H. 9ii 3 79 W, II. Cummins. ation. The combined use of the soil l. It. Thompson. Davis Enos la 26 17 Jerry Bland. Wm, Lear. aud tho artificial culture gives addis assurance of successful Inoculation and Edlia Bros, 15 a 2 32 W. S. Ferguson, John Tatum. Is recommended wheu both can be readUT 85 KM Chas G. 61 a Mrs Emma Higginbotham. ily obtalued. Uolman J. M. 15 a . 4 75 Mrs. E. L. Frazee J. D. Naylor The amount of seed that Is required Uolman Sam 10 a 5 13 William Humphrey. ClaytonJIIumphrey varies with tho perfection of the seed Hopkins Frank 25 a 6 36 Walker llradshaw. W. T. Uradshaw. bed, tho character of the soil, tbe grade KInntrd Emma 4 a 6 30 John i'endelton. R. L. Arnold. of seed used, aud the kind of weather Ledford M. F. 85J a 86 11 Sam Clark. Peachy Grow. at the time of seeding. In general, Letuay Lewis 6 00 J. - Dozier. T. R. Slavin. fvom twenty to thirty iound per acre Ur. Letcher 16ti 3 20 We will add other name for 25 cent should be used, depeudlug uinra the coalitions given above. 7 0 cash. Martin Mrs. Elizabeth 12 a Jnury !nd, 1917, at Faulkner Hill Faulkner Abe Sr. 3J a Faulkner Jane hrs, 2 a Faulkner Wm 2 a Faulkner With 20 a Harris William 2 a Kelly, Isiah 26 a Leavell Jonas la la la 03 4 96 Haw to Prspara Thsm and Haw a 7 75 tha Plant. 3 63 rrtpsrtd by United Statm department of grlculturt. 4 97 3 97 The following suggestions for pre6 00 paring the seed bed and Inoculating 11 33 seed to secure a stand of alfalfa In the of the eastern United 4 97 molster region meridian 6 30 Statra east of the ninety-fift- h 6 30 were prepared by II. I Westover, lmm A low priced car you want to keep! an owner of a low priced car other than Maxwell owners who is not planning to buy a more expensive auto-mobile. It is very seldom you find I 1 ... 1 1 This is because inexpensive cars as a rule are not are not comfortcomplete able are not satisfying in appearance. But the Maxwell answers every requirement you mahe of your car. With electric starter and lights, one man top, speedometer, gasoline gauge, dash lamp, instrument it is complete board, etc. and unusually convenient. ltl other cars selling for several times the Maxwell price. The big roomy scats insure the utmost comfort for the allotted number of passengers. In these features which are predominant in higher priced cars the Maxwell offers everything you desire. Besides you have the wonderful economy in first cost and operation. The car you want at a price which eliminates any thought of extravagance or sacrifice. That's why you will want to KEEP THE MAXWELL. Let us show you what the Car will do. ltl ltl 1 1 ltl.. 1 1 1 The handsome design com pares very favorably with -- ltl ltl The Rex Oarage Co. I. Walter Hamrhack. Mgr. a.l uvurputairu. ltl ltl.. 1 ltl la ltl ltl ltl $635 1 1 ltl Mff ' ' -- v je Its Summer! ime in Florida la.... fac-llt- - SiMthern Railway DIRECTORS: . C. car leaving Louisville 7:55 p. m., arriving Jacksonville 8:50 p. in. Through Pullman conncction on train leaving Louisville 7:20 a. m., arriving Jacksonville 8:50 a. m. is the direct line to Atheville, Aiken. Augusta, Charleston, Columbia, Savannah, bunimerviiic and other southern resorts. Dining Car Strvict WinirrTourlit, Vaiiible Tour and Ilomeictl-eKicur!on I'nti now in iflrct Stoportts and othtr iprciil fraturcj. lull hfornutitiaand fuel Iron) local Southern Ilailniy agent or write B. ll.Todd.Di.lrlct Pm'i Af nt.Starki Dldf , LoulivilU.Ky, n' Two DaJy Trains: Through Pullman The Southern Railway OFFICERS'-C- . DIRECTORS: 0. Graves. F- M. McKee. P. 0. GRAVES, Pres. JOHN L. DAVIS. Miir. C. W. BEAN. E. B. Ray, of Sec-Tren- s. A. H. Hamilton. Andrew Bowman, '. Beattv. J. Embry Allen: J. U. Fields. W. II. Piper. J. M. Wlfilesworth, Thos. P. Prather. Geo. Montgomery. Graham Taylor Garrard, Weigher. Albert Ruh. J. J. Richardson. POSTED The Farmers Home To- bacco Warehouse. Lexington, Kentucky. Located on Virginia Avenue and Q. & C. RY., Bridge, Between South Broadway and South Limestone. Hum-cdiij- urtl-llcl- la laH u( Itannncu fhlc MniiCA Ic ? lurnnl ann f 'rn nil. U.. the only house In Lexington run on the Cooperative Flan, that Is after dedus ing the running expenses and paying Six Per Cent, to our Stockholders, tbe Ej its are Divided Between our Customers. Ask some of your Neighbors who sold with us last season. Bring us a load and be convinced. We have a good stable with box stalls on the ground floor and every attention will be given you and your teams. For any information Telephone 3331, at our expense. The House To Sell With. The Central Record, 'Thursday, January 4. 1917. V, .!:i!IHit.iiliH1iilit SOW GOOD SEED. Tlicro I no prater folly than THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. P. A. puts new joy obacco is: prep, TO THE MOST, DEr into the sport of smoking ! PPRSMOKERSUMOERTHE PROCESS DISCOVERED iM MXKIHG EXPERIMENTS '. V. IGHTFULANDWHOLEH SOME. TOBACCO FOR CIG; YOU n-sure ' PROCESS' ii ETTEANDPIPE SMOKERS. flATENTEoj may live to and never feel old enough to certai- vote, but it's JULY3OTri907 RaLReynoldsTobaccoCohpakt .WiNfroNSM.rM.MC.USA., DOES NOTBITE THE IQNCI you'll not know the joy and goodness nnd satisfaction it offers. It is mode by a patented process that removes bite and parch I You can smoke it long and hard without n comeback Prince Albert has always been sold without coupons or premiums. We prefer to give qualityl Prince Albert affords the keenest pipe and cigarette enjoymentl And that flavor and fragrance and coolness is as good as that sounds. P. A. just I friendly old jimmy pipe or a hand rolled cigarette unless you get on talking-term- s with Prince Albert tobaccol P. A. comes to you with n real reason for all the contentment of a that of planting need that In Inferior, for It will not crow. It In In total disregard of the first lirlnclplo of successful farming. Do not tlo It. It Is ln'tlrr to pay cheerfully twice the price of tho Homo kind of seed uveil spring thnn to use seed Hint will not prow or that will not yield well after It (Ioch Brow. (mat plowing, good 'oil, good season, good enre all IInkc avail nothing unless the Meed In right. If the home grown need In of no account on account of poor mn- Hiring wanon, get somo that K Ami it la n strong hint that the quicker you dccldo what you want nnd huy It tho letter lie- cause seed Ih going up. With cv- cry one clamoring for seed and little high totting Keed to bcr had, this Ii cure to he. the case. Iiet- - Capital $50,000 A. It Surplus Vice 30,000. DENHY, President' lat J. E. STOItMKS. I'res't S. O. DENNY. Cashier. 1,. Gil.!., r. B. T. Juurty, Ass't Cashier. J. Safety Samual Oeposit WE Boxes For Rent. SOLICIT YOUII HUSINKSS. D. Cochran. Stormes, S. C. Denny, Alex K. Dcnnv. J. H. Posey, J. E. J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott. Director. f ter Farming. 1L ! ! 4.4, TREATING POULTRY DISEASE. COM CEL-SA- E answers the universal demand for tobacco without bite, parch or kick-back! station. I Prepared by Pennsylvania During Into nutiium nnd early winter diseases, and especially colds, are apt to appear In the poultry flock. Drnfts In the houses should be prevented, lllrds affected with colds should be closely watched nnd given prompt treatment The practice at the I'ennt-ylranl- Potssslum Pcrmangansta In Drinking Watsr ntm.dy For Coldi. The Most Powerfully Efficacious Medicine Ever Sold in Lancaster, Ky. has been used nnd known For eight years with more confidence and satisfaction than any remedial medics tion known. In Full nature demands the assistance of n tohic medicine to assist the elimination or throwing olT of accumulated filth from the human body, nnd if this natural assistance is demed or not furnished, then. Rheumatism, Colds, Catarrh, Malaria and Consumption. KZJTZLSZil VV:: l'sY,",tf::i ffi.TZJZFJSi Introduction to Prince Albert isn't any harder than to walk into the nearest place that sells tobacco and ask for "a supply of P. A." You pay out a little change, to be sure, but it's the fullest investment you ever made! cheer-Mii::','!;.'1" agricultural experiment station ant. to Isolate a sick bird and wanh Us head In some mild disinfect- It Is Legally Guaranteed is, every box is packed and backed by and with Lga) Guaran fails to do what lee tnat gets your money back If you expect it to is pure, sweet, fresh Roots and Herbs-Thr- ee boxes for One Dollar. Each box makes a full quart of medicine, thus compounding a lasting searching tonic, body an-- i blood builder, superior kidney and bladder troubles, nervousness, weakness, and malaria, to anything of its kind. For indigestion, gas in the is the remedy most excellent stomach and bowels, that Fringe R. J. RajnoUi Tobacc Co., WintoivSlti, N. Albert C Copyright 1916 by R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co. TO STOP FOR LITTLE MONEY. IIKKE IS A OOOLVI'LACE LOUISVILLE HOTEL, LOUISVILLE, KY., Main St., between 6th and 7th. W The Only Hotel In Operated on the American and Eurocan I'lana. AMERICAN I'LAN. Rooms without llatl.'but with Hot and Cold Running Water. 7!i Rooms (With Meals) single. $2.00 per dav;2 people. $2.00 each. M Rooms. single. !!.60 per day; 2 ieople, 2.25 each. M Krotif Rooms single, 3.00 per dav; 2 people, 2.50 each. ltoim. with I'rlfftt. ltnth- - EUROFKAIiJfLAN. (Without Mealn) St -- ""dO Rooms single. :t.50 per day; Rooms without Hath hut with Hot and Cold Running Water. single, $1.00 per day; 75 Rooms 60 Rooms "ingle, 1.00 per day; AO Front Rooms single, 1.50 per day; Rooms with 1'rivate Hath: , single, 1.50perday; 50 Rooms 50 Rooms single, 2,00'pcr day; 2 people. 3.00 each. Simple colds may I doctored, but contaglotm diseases like roup, when Keren-- , leave no alternative but the destruction of afllicted hens. Indlcn- , tlons of coldt are sneezing, a wntery the nostrils and a swell I discharge from ing under the eyes. The discharge does not hnvo a disagreeable odor as In the hm! of roup. I'otasMuni permanganate u;ed In the ' drinking water In a proportion to turn the water to a deep wine color will t prevent, In a measure, the spread of colds. I Hefore pullets on the rennylvnnla State collego farm nre placed In jbo ' winter laying houses thevo houses are thoroughly scrubbed with hot water and fprnyed with some good coal tar tolutlnn. Exercise should be provided by scattering grain feed In the litter, which should be clean. Clean, sanitary quarters, sunshine, fresh air, freedom from drafts, exer cise and good, wholesomo feed mean a minimum of disease and a happier, healthier, more contented flock, all of which contributo to uniform produc tion of winter eggs. Why rot go to Stormes Dthk Lancaster, Ky., and treatment of for fl.00. Legally Guaranteed also get 25cts worth of Science Sope. made for human skin only and commends itself with own pur ity and sweetness. Ret a three months You should also remember to get a 'Joe bottle ot Dakota Jack's Cowboy. Linimant. for pains sprain", bruises burns, etc.. as used by Ranchmen. Cowboys, Scouts anil Indiana No homes should be without it-es people can biiy these Store, 2 people, $0.75 each. 2 people, 1.00 each. 2 eopIe, 1.25 each. 2 people, 2 people, 1.25each. 1.50 each. Convtnlsnt Wagon SUp. Tho top section of this step Is fas tened permanently to tha wagon box, The lower tectlon each fold Into the ono abovo and are held In this post at STORMES DRUG STORE, Lancaster, Ky. Remedy Co. DC THE OLD INN, Louisville, Ky., Corner Sixth and Main Sts., European Rooms Without Hath. $1.00 and up; Rooms With Private Hath, $1.50 and up. REST EATINti PLACE IN TOWN. The louijville Hotel and the Old Inn are located in the wholesale district and only a three-block'- s and theatres. retail district Flan Only. Dakoto 3729-3- Jack-White-Mo- on West Broadway, LOUISVILLE, KY. D 1L walk to the 1L 3 C Louisville Hotel and Old Inn Company, Proprietors. y. Pres. T '! E. C. MILLION, J. CURTIS, Vice Pres. E. DEATIIERAttB. s. 1 1 S jSj ffi 8 $4.00 ONE YEAR. COURIER-JOURNA- L Madison Tobacco Warehouse ' Near L. ft A. Depot. E. C. Million. T. 1 ( j 1 tlon by the flexible flanges of the side rails, writes Edgar Taylor In the Agri cultural Digest It is claimed that the step Is much more convenient than a portable ladder. SIX MONTHS $200 COMPANY. lni'iirportrrt ! S CAPITAL J. $40,000.00 Telephone!. Marion.Coy, I 8 V I I tef fcyj DIRECTORS Ed P. Million, Dr. C. II. Vaught. Curtis, E. Deatheragu. J. M. Huden. $20.07 19.34 ;; S3 KS HlSlhs $2RVJI, average L. P. Tudor Hurnside ft Lowson 7W0 Ihi $1,495.00 avr. 2IS.C0 avr. 1105 lbs W. II. Kanttzer 528.39 avr. 2505 lbs Smith ft Agee J. O. llendren ft Son 30C0 lbs t!5ti.57 nvr. 62.50 21.03 21.52 White & Jennings 2420 lbs $528.22 average C4S0 lbs $1,152.75 avr. Stapp ft Fain Earnest Tussey 2155 lbs 430.40 avr. Francis ft Hockaday 1300 lbs 275.44 avr. Francis ft Richardson 900 lbs 221.4(5 avr. $21.83 21.04 20.25 20.25 23.1,7 Don't Ftsd at Milking Tims. Cows will stand mora quietly and the inllklns can be done more comfort-abl- y cons ore &. while If tho arc being not trjlug to eat milked, reeding they s at milking time may also add dust nnd gj other Impurities tu the milk. Daily By Mail (NOT SUNDAY) S and S p. ALFALFA FOR POULTRY "H"I"I"I"l"I"H"l"J"I"IM!"!""I rH"M'"!""i" Alfalfa Is one of the !cst sources of green food for poultry growing chick-en- s ami lajlng hens alike. Many farmers practice feeding ground or short mt alfalfa to their IKiultry In a dry form In combination with other ground feeds. A ill y mash ration of 100 pounda comment, 100 pounds middling), CO twuuds bruu, CO pounds beef scrap ami 20 xjuikIs iilful-f- u has. according to II. C. Knaiidcl, lu chargo of iwultry extension at tho college, proved very . l'cnnsj lvanlu State j m fflh Above are some representative sales. Our market is strong and we believe getting better all the time. $ m 1 mil? lUl 1 PI HHP AlWAflPS livvii n uiixiviuu i7n to mm mu ARP iiuuiuuu tiivii RIIMIIM FRftM I 0. I i I i in I I I I I I 1 H I I FARM and FAMILY rriirATJMriMTUi v anvm&uu nTXira.ajx iuui km a n a "71 wf iff. DURING JANUARY a un ruin FEBRUARY ONLY. Special Rate Period Limited to These Two Months. I 1 ' $ j Why go elsewhere when you can sell at home on the best market in the state. Sell your tobacco at the Madison House if you canbut sell t. it on the Richmond market. I i I p I HOUSE COMPANY. Incorporated. Third Street, L. & A. Depot, Richmond, Ky 1 satisfactory. Some farmers feed alfalfa through the entire .unr for succulence or green food. Iu winter bundles of alfalfa are steamed or souked In hot water until It compures very favorably with fresh cut alfalfa. Others liavu found It udvlsa-bito feed alfalfa lu wluU'r by throwing It into the runs and ullowlng the birds to cat the Icavcx. According to tho United States department of agriculture, tho nitrogenous material In ulfalfu just what Is needed by growing birds and la a good to egg production. Tho chemical aid analysis of alfalfa Is practically tho same us that of bran, except that It has a higher er cent of protein than bran. It I a Uttlo harder to digest, but it Is Important In tha poultry ration for tho purposa oi furnishing protein and thing variety and bulk to the ration. 1 o Splendid Combination at a Little Over Wall ttie Regular Price. Subscription orders at this rate will be accepted only Courier-JournAgent in this district, when sent through regular al R. E. McRoberts, COURIER-JOURNAL Lancaster, Ky. CO., Louisville, 3 frg'uL'Ar, Ky. A: fW r jaaaaw mm w aaaai ,h mw . n taw hv . aw w. h aaaai hh aaam - taM b aw w. . iaa"-- rH v ih. ai m am m? am . r j m aM i v -- laaw w am w m aaaa m m mm aaai .m aam mmmmBm r jl : Mm WmmmTmmm- F -- and Metal is Advancing. THis is our Annual Clearance Sale and includes allXadies and Childrehs Gafrnerits,, Dry Goods, Household Linens, Ladies Furnishings, Underwear, Hosiery, Fine Silver ah(i Glassware, Jewelry and Everything Else in Our Stock. Reductions in Price Will be Silk Made on all Lines we Carry Although EvfefytHing'MaSe bfwLinfe .... -- Pf TitfeaHav ,Tn.2nrt im7 Rfis jXiJHBL- i-JBB- -- JmmwLmmn . f : -- v . 'j i t , .V "1 TERMS SPOT CASH. Ladies; Furnishings. We offer bur entire Ijne of CollarsTies. . Sets, elc!", at a je(juction of one-fiflGLOVES All Kd Gloves and Fabric Gloves will l(,sold ' '. at reduced prices during this.,snle. Nona eychangcd or tried nn. HOSlEEY All our lines t.f Women's. Children's and Men's Hosiery including the McCnlluni.. Kayser and Gotham Pure Silk Hosiery will ba in the sale at re' duced, NECKWEAR h, . lf NOTHING-LA- ID than one hundred newV York ASIDE. Wash Goods. Every piece of Dr.es Gingham, fcerculcs. Calicos, Shirt-infMadrnsSatteeiH. Gataten. Outing Cloth; etc., will 5 d Tailored "Suits'. Half We ofter you choice of more Tailored Suits. in.Wooltex nnd'-NeSicily one-haoriginal price $13.00' Suits now 25.00 Suits now 5.00 Suits now . 18.00 Suits now,. ipakcrp.at ex at decided rcduulons ujirlnjl thjs sale. ....-..-12.5- 0 ....... . , 22!50 9.00 w - As this applies ti'jjppen stock" only, wo .advise you to get yours earlyus the wholesale price is now more thnh ' our sale prlrer V h5.00,Suits.now, ' , -- t7 . ptic. 50.00 Sultinow. 25.00 Our entire line of the celebrated Mun-sin- g Union Suits the best in the world will be in the sale afreiduced prices, t Better buy for next.year CORSETS-iWarnert'Proo.f Corsets; at rediicee price's.-.- ' Gossard Corsets were "advanced January 1st. but we' will sell atOLD prices during sale. MUNSINGNVEAR Fust , One Piece Dresses Half Price. ...t. . h ' '.' ( Bed Spreads, t -- DimitcTiKe1aJsli?Sa'lfH We offer. chdlcn of about feventy-fi- v nev Serse Urease at. icea.' Al3 cholire of about fifty xtiw 'ejcatly '" ' Silk iJresaei at half price, i . . 7.C0 Serfe.-DrMno- v 3.7fi -' '6.26 lacbSefKfe'DracanoW.,.. . SXwi' .ChVt SPaJs "l .' Table IJincaitidxNitpJns. a i rmim nmi naonarina k. .wiuvus nun nuiaui in uui ami. uic .lurui ar. ui aii .it H'jiJi y 'Vfiftr wuru tiiiin wo paiu ior mem we ate KQWg to in ki r-i ' UMBRELLAS A,,(lne assortment to select from in both ladieflfa.meh'ssizeint every price from $1.25 to JQ&M, ;an'd all at reduced' prices ,' : ' Ladies'. Sweaters. We Will offer a lot of latest style, and fibre silk Sweaters at greatly all-ool re-dac- ek 60,00 Silk proasei now.., 'mml GeorReltri will offer 8,bbui fifty naw Crpe-D-Chen- a hirt Wainta'la n!any"tviea' and colors, 'reduced from 13.50,. K.W " nd p.00 ta CHOICE. FOR 2.0p., " now,.,....-t.";e.35.00'Silk DrMsea.now , " "10.00 Sre Praaaea now . " . lB.00,Sill-Dresse- s 7.W1 - . .ll7.S0 . 9.V; .'i.. ,'llW, ,.. .. 2iOO " lfi fJ San. t. 25,tySllltareaiea ' , . ,i...G.O0 ' . uai ' . nnui . now...... f . ' "'e ' , Ladles' Coats. prices. Ladies Bath Robes and Kimonas. 2.50 Bath Robes, now. . . . 350 Bath Robes, now. . 3.00 Bath Robea. now 1.00 Batli Robes, now. . . AU Kimonns will be reduced alreudy low prices. .$1.87 offer you.a itodc of 'nipro, than one hundred new ilyle. Winter Coati,' moat of them rectived sine t)cemGorfirat, at very . greatly reduced price. . ' ' J3J.M) J62.50Pollvj Coat now (.. .i 45.00 Broadcloth Coata now w... 22.C0 10,00 Novelty CoaUnow .....'0.95 18.50 Velour Coata.no w.., ..'i.. ,10.75 Ye elude them in this sale. 51 We liave many beautiful patterns hi GermanDamask and Irish at 2.00. 'J.50 and 53.00 ter yard, and a. at small lot of pure linen Irish Damasks at 11.00 arr&.$l;5P and will offer all at special reductions. Also a small lot of very fine Table Cloths and Mwt kins to match also at reduced prices. . $'-'.' Towels. our entire stock of Towels at reduced price,; we can special attention ttfourlots of PURE I.INKN TDWRI.S. C.lt wlml Vnn untlt nrvw r,'. nr.. .1.1. I. win oc coiion toweis. "We offer ..... . tor mis saie. " 2.G3 .."2.25 ..'3.00 one-four- ,65.00 40.00 12.60 20.00 now,... French YlourCqat now...' .... .. VelourCoaM now.,, Coata now... f, Bolivia Coata ....... , 27.60 '.' 20.00 . "7.95 12.93, " ' ?. - 1 ShrtVyalsts Crepe-de-Chen- Specials. $2 i)j T2.U5 ' from our , -- i ' Waists, during sale at Victoria T. $5.00 Crepe and Georgette Walits at .$6.00 Crepe and GeorRe"tte WaiSU at , - ... '. Good Huck Towels ...... .. 9c. 10c .i.$:i'J5 ..r, Large Turkish Towels Lartie Colored Border Turkish Towels... ' 20ci . $.4.00"Chlld'a $10.00 La'diea' $12.60 Ladles' $ 4.50 Chlld'a Silverwear. We have been notified of another advance on all Silverwear, to take effect January 1st,, but during this sale we will offer all Sheffield and Sterling Silver, of every kind, at a reduction from old prices. Price only for Silver in stock. Raincoats. Jtahicbata now. $2.93' Gabardine tjaincoaw.' ...7.Dt' . V.. Gabardine Raincoats...... $9.75 ,'$3.60 Italncoats , ', . Fine , We offer our entire stock of Fine Fure, Muffs'1 and pieces at a rrduction of from .first prices. . Plain Linens) . furs. , t Linen Sheetings. Pillow Cnsinjjs. Dress Lfuens. Linen Lawns. Linen Cambrics, nfa reduction of 10 pSr cent from OLD prices. Neck- - ,' . Domestics. . . ' r Jack Tar Middies. During tlii xalc we otfer 51.00 Jack Tar Middies at KOc: $1.25 Jack Tar'.MIddicrt ar$1.10. and $1.50 now $1.1(0. Wirth'mor Wnlsta during sale at 79c. Dresses wilt be Children less during this alf. ono-tli!r- d Slieets and Sheetings, PilloV Cases and CasinjJ. nnd all kinds of cottons, will be reduced- - Gold Tewelry. Fine linn of Lavolllerrs, Brooches, Comoes, Cuff Buttons, Sticks Pins. Rings, Wrist Watches, dialing Bracelets." etc.. bought direct frotn i:.akers, and will be offered dur! ing sale, tit discount of 20 cents on the doling. 11 Bed Blankets and Comforts Our entire line of Cotton and Wool Filled Bed all Blankets, will be offered In sale at reduced Com-fortsfo- Dress Goods and Silks. . We nffer our entlru hue of Dress Goods and Silks count of 20 ceptH on the dullur dnring this sale. Special lot of remhunts.of Silica marked very cheap. at a dii prices, Best $1.25 Fure Silk Stockings, now $1.10 Si Everything about this sale will be found exactly as represented. No evasions of any kind'. AU goods' rnarked. in plain figures and reduction cards on each line so that you can figure sale prices quickly. ' A . ITS l?ORFP T SON & RPO 3 4 'I Danville, .KntucH:y.