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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): January 11, 1917 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1917 cen1917011101_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 11, 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 TEAR. LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON. JANUARY Water, water everywhere, even the bath tub. in II. 1917. NUM8KR 4t. Money call from Y-O-- U. ririE DRYS WIN Somerset and Pulaski County Vole Against karnl Ihi-- iI fHnl LSirti.srHreJSKiMJrKJjrKiHJrK, f fl nl I rzt"i rri Ei&Ei&M&M&i I , I I ' Cotton seed meal for (sale by Hudson, Hughes & Knrnuu. "Pay as you go and you won't owe' will help the present condition. , . Sale of Liquor. Money Every Where but not a cent to spend. We would appreciate a Somerset, Ky., Jan 8- - The prohibi- bltion forces won by an estimated ma Cremo Dairy Feed will make your jority of L'.WKI votes In the election held cos give more milk. Hudson, Hughes in Pulaski county Saturday on whether licensed saloons would be permitted & Karnatj. after an absence of three years. Thel font cards of the recent Community majority in the citv for the dry eleChristmas tree are out. They are allien- - ment was 1!)2 votes, the drys carrying lid and selling like hot cuke. all but one ward. This was the first time in the history of the city that If the Woman' Club of Danville has gave a majority for prohibisolved the high rust of livinc, we- - wish Somerset they would come over Into Macedonia tion. The unofficial majority is given as almost 2.60O votes. and help us. cf cent Protein Tankage with Shorts for growing hogs. For sale by Hudson, Hughes & l'nrnau. Six ANNOUNCEMENT Wc have secured the service of Mr. T. F. Browning of Lebanon, Ky., an ex- MOON IN Seen By Few ECLIPSE At Late Hour perienced Plumber and Tinner, for this year, and are better prepared than ever to take care of your wants in either of these lines and CONN DC BROS. 1II LJL IE LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. We do not think the Old Wilderness A few residents of Lancaster, des lloail woulil be a misnnmer for the Main pite tho late hour, witnessed the eclipse street in Danville, judging hy the mud of th moon InstSunduy night, which one has to encounter upon entering began shortly after mid-nigand con "Little Urltian." tinued visiltle for about one hour and a half, behind the earth's shadow. AcNew crop Clover and Timothy Seed; Kentucky Muc Grass andOrchard Grass cording tn the official weather bureau eclipses of the for sale. We furnish germination and this is the first of four appear in 1917. Sunday night plenty test op all field seeds. Hudson, moon to was the first eclipse since 191S and the Hughes & human. tirst that has beer, clearly visible hern This is your paper, we give it to you since 1910. During the vear 1917, the printed for aliout what the naked paper weather bureau says, there will be costs us, so if you can help us in any three eclipses of the sun. If the way by handing us in news items, it weather bureau is correct, there will will not only be greatly appreciated. be no similar phenomenon but help tide us over this troutileHome hire until the year 1932. wave will be glad to furnish estimates on either new or repair work and guarantee boysIexasranch. HASELDEN BROS. il Lancaster, ajrrtifgrgiliSfijgilM Kentucky lif NAME OMITTED. 0 What Our Ads Tell You The goods in the store back tip. elected to serve ror the ensuing year in our last issue, ww failed to mention the fact that Dr. W, I). Prjor was elected Chancellor Commander of Knights of Pythias lodge No 29. . In naming the list of officers Two Garrard Boys Close Big Deal in Texas "i BIG INCREASE IN LICENSES. V y It isn't Unit wny everywhere is itT Generally what is printed is better than what the sells, More (Juincy Wnrd, executive agent of the Kish and Game Commission, has forwarded GO, (MO hunters' licenses tn J the county clerks. The increase ,V) in licenses una year will be nearly per Ij Pnrticulnr to But we ure particular in this rejjnrd. have SUCH entnbles thnt exaggeration is unite unnecessary So when you read n statement about what this store sells, you don't have to discount it to get nt the truth. Just tuke what we say at its fare valtie, and you will find no cause for dissatisfaction. cent, over that of last year. The cense blanks forwarded arc for 1917. GET 1917 AUTO LICENSE. Messrs Ilranhain Ilenzley and John Hurnside, who left here a few years ago and located in San Angelo, Texas and since that tune have been owners and operntors of a large steam laundry in that thriving southern city, have branched out more extensively in the last week and have purchased 2.133 acres of land and nliout 73 head of stock cattle, for which thev paid the sum of $25,000, cash. The property is located about four miles west of Water Valley, on the North Concho river. Their friends "back home" are proud of the success that have crowned these splendid young men and hope that their new venture will reap them a rich-lia- r llOijllllrrlSilMt M.S. HATFIELD DENTIST. "ONES ,82SS.W. KENTUCKY. LANCASTER, vest. . 2 3 0 I Theo Currey. 3i I 1 1 Old Hickory Wagons, There Is None Better Owners ami operators of automobiles who havo not renewed their automobile A. K. WALKER license and are displaying the old tag Announces For Sheriff. on their machines, aie oierating the machines unlawfully and are liable to Although known to a number of his be arrested and fined. The 191G license does net authorize you to run your car friends that he would be a candidate, it in 1917. Get your license todav and is not until now that we have been authorized to announce Mr. Arch K. . save yourself trouble. Walker as a candidate for the office of sheritr of Garrard county, subject to RING IN TOBACCO.- the action of the Democratic primary Mr. Walker also anMiss May me Peetz, of Louisville, em- next August. ployed in a tobacco factory will recover nounces that Mr. V. A. Lear will be his a diamond engagement ring that slip- deputy itvease he is nominated and ped from her linger and was discovered elected und they both promise to give recently by Jerome Hays, a' Sutler prompt, careful andcourteous attention County (California) ranchman, when to the duties of tho office and to use he hit into a plug of tobacco. The their best efforts in maintaining the Mr. story of Hayes' find was carried in the highest standard of efficiency. press dispatches. Miss Peetz saw the Walker has lung been identified with item and wrote to the Postmaster at .the Democracy of Garrard county and Maryavilh. Cat., describing the ring is always found working for the party's interest. Mr. (.ear is too well known and Hays will return it. to need and introduction to n Garrard county constituency, having -- been born BRAYLESS MULES. and reared in the county und one of our The bray leas mule is one of the scien- most popular stock dealers. tific deve'opmenta of the wor. Large lloth of these gentleman are popular, numbers of mules have been imported deserving und capable ami that they from America for use at the front, but will make a strong race goes i without We therefore bespeak for their habit of brnying at inconvenient saying. momenta had to be remedied before their candidacy the earnest considerathey could be used to the best advan- - tion to which they ure iustly entitled. ago. The veterinary expertB were called in and after a little experiment they discoveied thut u slight operation on the nostril had the desired effect. All Supreme Court Holds Valid, Law Barring the mules sent to the front are now Liquor From Dry Slates. made mute by this process. IF1E 3Cirl Special Price During January and February on C 0URIER: JOURNAL $4. A YEAR. 1 Give us Your Subscription. McRobertsDrugStore To Our Customers A Happy and Prosperous New webhenyoTact Year to You. JIM IS NOT ELIGIBLE. Jim Allen, of the Cvnthian.'i Demo crat, announces thut ,lie will olfer a prize for the tlrst baby burn in his home county in 1918, That in order to give even body an etjual chaiue, he will start his contest ubuut March the first, cluiming that previous contests held in Lexington and We Ashland gnve too short n notice. admire Jim's generosity und hope the prize ho proposes to give, will be of sulllcient value, to udd very inuteriully to the population of Harrison county, The Webb-Kenyo- law, designed We thank you cordially for your custom ami solicit a continuance during the coming year. We handle goods and can sell as reasonable as anyone and dive you a square deal all the time. Your account is due come in and make us happy by settling. to noteFcartoonist. T.i Mr. Clay Sutton, the noted Garrard county cartoonist, was In Danville the Landram. Mr. guest of Mr. Sutton some weeks ago caught Col. 1. M. Dunn in bis characteristic attitude telling u tobacco grower what a good market Danville has this vear. In this attitude Mr. Sutton cartooned Col. Dunn and the Advocate hopes to print the production in the near future. Mr. Sutton ts one of the best cartoonists in Kentucky but lias always preferred to modestly dwell on his broad acres in old Garrard. Danville advocate. Our Prices on these and Buggies are just rjjilit. Let us show you. , W. fojjjjj m J. ROMANS. prevent the shipment of liquor from a wet to ii dry territory, wus Monday declared valid by the Supreme Court of the United States by u vote of 7 to 2. This is another blow at reil liquor another victory for tne "drys". The purpose of the uct, us pointed out by the Chief Justice in unnouncing the decision of tho court, vas to cut out by the roots the practice of permitting violation of statu liquor laws. Congress, the court said, had complete power to prevent the paralyzing of statu, authorities. consequence of this The decision is quite apparent. No longer can u wet state, under cover of the commerce clause of the federal constitution, ship liquor into a dry state In violation of the laws of tho latter. Tho law even goes further. It says that no liquor shall be shipped from u wet to a This means that no dry territory. state, other than Kentucky, can ship liquor into Garrard county In violation ot the laws of this county. It means that if Kentucky goes do the Imbibers of this state shall be unable to ship li. quor from a foreign territory without At subjecting themselves to the. penalty of tho uct. J. R. MOUNT & CO. The Square Deal House. Don't chance your idle cnpital or sav ings buy Real Estate, 10 per cent heal Estate Investments. That is what we offer in new, well located, four room cottages. All the time rented and net you 10 percent, on your investment. Also suited for those who wish to buy small homes and stop rent. Consult THE '.THOMAS REAL ESTATE AGENCY. r s 1 The Central Record, Thursday, January' CARTERS VILLE. Mrs. Kllia Conn Is vrry sick 11, 1917. ) nt this writing. Mrs. llettle Shopheiil visited Mrs. J. U. Carter Mat Saturday. Mrs. Dora Davis entertained a number of friends last Sunday. Mr. Ml Re U'oolwlne sold a cow and four hoRS to Center Uros last week. Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Urjant visited her mother, Mrs. Eliza Conn Thursday. Miss Lena Allen visited her sister Mrs. Minnie Parson at He rea lost week. Mrs. Mattie Green of Lancaster was the week end cuest of Mrs S. M. Davis. Mrs. E. II. Whitted was the Rucst of her mother, Mrs. Eliza Conn' last Tuesday. Mr. C. S. Koop and daughter, Cora, Home Tobacco Warehouse Below are a few of our sales for .the past week. s Ray & Dramlcnburgl W. E. Smith, 2030 pounds $ 585.50 nverntfe $ 28.81 Coy & Richardson 2315 pounds $510.03 nvcrngc$ 22.90 ! Ci su UIIU Or. Wm. D. veterinary LrUNlldl, I 870'pountls 200.15 nvernde 1980 23.01 22.91 Jus. Coins Iiiirnnin & Sliclton 2280 pounds 2880 pounds 101.01 ncrnHc 21.00 20.1 1 Best &. Brandenburg, pounds 1,111.32 nvrrngc Mason. Robinson &. 588.(10 nvcriigo Gayhiirt 19E0 pounds $1 1250 nverntie $22.31 vltited friends nt Teatersville for the li. week end. Mr. and Mrs. Kobert Green were the guests of his father, Mr S. T. Green W. Morrow, Crmtuntc Optlclaa rilt.it, Halut.ctlun ilnirinira! last Friday night. Mesdames S. M. Davis and Kannie Green visited Mrs. J. G. Davis Bt Taint Lick last Saturday. Mr. nnd Mrs. C. S. Koop, Mr. and Mrs. Kobert Green, and Mrs. JelT Davis and children visited Mrs. Susie Itenfro last Wednesday. Mrs. C. S. Roop and daughter, Mrs. Lizzie Carter were called to the bedside of their cousin, Mrs. Cora Koop of Silver Creek, who is very ill. Mrs. Dora Davis and daughter, Mrs. Jeff Davis. Mr. S. T.gheen nnd Mr. and Mrs. Uolert GreedAere pleasant dinner guests and enjoyed a detfl-htfwith Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Davis last THE HOME TOBACCO WAREHOUSE Incorporated. CO. J. E. EDWARDS, Phone 391-- M. D BUCKEYE, KY." r Richmond, Kentucky. Curtis of Bryantsville have been guests and fatni'y. of Misses Sallie Lou Teater and Ethel Mrs. Lena Brown and little son of Ray. Richmond came Wednesday for n visit Miss Carrie Ward, aged 39 years, died to her mother. at the home of her mother, Mrs. Eliza Mr. Richard Brown and family moved Ward, in Madison Co. Dec. 29th, 191G. She was amemberof trie Baptist church to the farm of Mr Frank Spratt near Honaker Fine Cut Flowers. HONOR 1. ROLL BANK. John M. McRoberts. r STUDY THESE SUGGESTIONS. 2. 3. 4. M. Thursday. at this place. She is survived by a Lancaster last week. Mr. J. II. Davis delivered his crop of mother, one sister and four brothers to BUCKEYE mourn her loss. She was laid to rest 900 lbs tobacco to the Richmond market Thursday at $23 per hundred. J. K. Kay went to Dayton Ohio last in the cemetery here. Mr. Albert McKinnev and daughter. week. Miss Ella Mae, of Richmond, wcr reAbe Burton bought of Carl Moberly LOWELL cent visitors of Mrs. Ed Brown. , one cow for $40. Mrs. Annie Marsee died last Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Hill were in LexMr. and Mrs. M. G. Lee were in evening at the home of her parents,1 ington last week. Richmond Thursday. near here, after n lingering illness of Miss Llnna Holland visited relatives Mr. Jim Butner made a business trin several months. at Berea last week. to Winchester, Saturday. Mr. Elmer Brown, the polite and efMr and Mrs. R. W. Sanders motored Mr. Frank Cates and familv of Madi. ficient vounc salesman of T. R. Kulil- to Danville Monday. son have recently located in our vicinity. man, resigned his position the first of! Kobt Long bought of Jonah Tussey a year. He contemplates accepting Mr. and Mrs. Tom Roeers and twins. the saddle main for $150. position which has been offered him were visitors Tuesday of Mrs. J. W. I a in Indianapolis. Mws Minnie I'earl Brown is visiting Anglin. relatives in'Richmond. Mr. and Mrs. Robt Elliott were the Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Noel visited guests of her parents Saturday and BOOKKEEPING relatives at Kirksville. Sunday. Buslneu,Phonogrtphr Mr. J. I'. Prather is improving after TYPEWRITING and Mrs. Joe Boain has as her ruesta thi an illness of several week. week, her sister and children from 1 W V. TELEGRAPHY WILBUR R SMITH BUSINESS. COUEQE Miss Elsie Whitaker of Kirksville is Louisville. . fil . I .IhMI.. f,a visiting Mrs. K. V. Sanders. k.. ..... w yr.r. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Duncan and chit. .ad p,hU..I tai.la.-- i. nf.tftrlnr In rfl.rr.ntll. On VUQ b.nktnr n1 wom.n ftr nrf Messrs Kobert Burton and Willie I. dren spent last Sunday with Wm. Hurt Tonne n al.nt.r now. UliwWILBl'H B. miTII.Lala(1on, Uj. Long were in Danville Tuesday. Mr Ottis Kav Bogie is at home from the Normal School at Richmond. I I 5. (!. 7. Pay your bills by check, and have your wife pay her bills by check schemes. Never lend an eir to Follow some sjatem in saving - Do not be huphaiard about it. Rent a safe deposit box for your valuable paperr. service we offer. Make free use of the Teach the child the value ct money by giving them an allowance. Meet your friends at this bank lor transacting imHirtnt buines J. PATRICK, Dentist. Kontucky Faint Lick. joiiii n. uisey, v. (.niiluiitP ..n. " e Citizens National Bank OF LANCASTER. KY. J. J. WALKER. Vice Trent. II. F. HUDSON. President. W. O. P.ICNEY, Ass't Cash'r. Joe J. Walkkk. Jk., W. F. CHAMP, Lsshier. Veterinary Surgeon. I'iiiciiumti - Veleritmry KENTUCKY. DANVILLE. J. A. Beazlev Wanted Information. Tlio youngest son of a fninlly of 12 children. whoi ller'K beau rulleil line t'tenlne, mmle his ny to the parlor after being wurneil l stay out, and. standing before the young man with hlit hands behind his hack, carefully looking him over, suddenly exclaimed: "Sny, how ninny dilllun lias oo dot J" Appropriate to the Occatlon. A corpulent tenor Mint Htiout to go on In the onitorlo of "IJIIJali." when ny at the his trousers Kint Nuinerotis plus were lirouuht Into Ice. and finally, well trusnil up. Ire went iimiii the Murv and Mine "Ye People, Itend Your llrrirtt, Itiwl Your lleartt. and Not Your FUNERAL DIRECTOR Oilier Over National Hank. ;itesiilence I'lione 3. Office Plinne 27 Ladies Coats, Mens( and Boys Suits to close out at cost. J Miss Mayme Manley of Mays Lick is visiting her sister, Mrs. J. L. Edwards. Mrs. Lee Brown has been visiting her daughter Mrs Wm Cotton ut Richmond. Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Sanders and Miss Elsie Whitaker were in Danville on Monday. Mr K. W. Sanders sold one cow to Mr. Edd Arnold for $41. and two horses to Robert Long. Messrs R. W. Sanders and Houston Uullev visited Mr Arch Whittaker at G.C.C0X, Manse,Ky MM SSIONEH 'I OmceHour.- - M. K. Denny and W. A. Wheels Doctors Of Dentil Suricry. nnlMlugairi Hurt A Audn on, urnmtrr rituir. LANCASTKi:. KKNTUCKY. mrt ortlc-vtor- Kirksville, Sunday. Mr and Mrs John Brown visited Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Uickerson in Lancaster part of last week. Mr and Mrs. Dan Ray visited Mes dames Shearer and John Doolin at Bry- antsville last week. The little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edd Dailey, who has been quite ill with pneumonia Is better. Miss Lucy Wortlilngton, after a visit to relatives, has returned to the D and D College at Mr. Herbert Whitaker was confined to his room a few days last week with Lagrippe,.but is better nnw. Mr. I'rentis Walker and family have returned to Cincinnati after several Danville. SALE Pursuant with judgment rendered in Circuit Court the Master Commissioner will proceed to sell at the Court House door real estate belonging to the late Can you understand why a man would let the days go by without protecting himself from the appearance of such a bill as the above, in all public places and the county paper within six months after his death, when he can so easily avoid it all by a small investment and probably 19 minutes of his time? It seems to me that a wife would be thinking of leaving her husband if he owes money on the farm and does not arrange all matters so that she and the children will not have any added responsibility should the unexpected death take away the head of the family Fruit and Shade Trees Shrubs. Grace Vines, TREES No Aftts Rhubarb. Asparagus. Roses, Phlox, Peonies Everything for Orchard. Lnwn and Garden. Write for free Cutnlojjue. , H.F.Hillcnmcycr 1811. JOHM & Sons. 1910 Lexington. Kentucky. WHITE LOUISVILLE, CO. KY. days stay with relatives here. Miss Linda Locker has returned to Danville after a visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bronson Locker. Mr Ebb Dickerson and family and were Miss Ruth Waller of recent guesH of Mrs. J. W. Brown. Mr. Earle Carter has returned to Berea, after spending several days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mai Carter. Miss Francis Miles of Louisville was with Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Miles und Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Carter during the holidays. A. C. Miles sold to Robert Long, two cows at 4J and C cents per lb. Mr Long also bought a cow of Hurve McCulley Lltorsl sttorfriMii nd full vstii HIHLWi ( rswl Ullu MU.i nd Oast Skin rime Law. pjl3Bf5 Jefferson School (in.:-v-ri- . fr4t r.n,Jn h(mkU( . iTtw n. 111.1 tra lUl ZjZ FlHS MEN! WHY WAIT? Talk this matter over with me and I will be glad to show you the easy way to this greatly desired pro- GJiOTT PEHXttAKER. for $35. S, Lv. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hendrcn and children of Mudisan Co, were guests of Mr. J. I'. I'rather and Mr und Mrs Mai Carter recently. Mr. A. C. Miles had a fall a few days ago which proved very painful, however he is better now and it is hoped he will be out soon. Dr. and Mrs. G. M. Hendren had at their guests Sunday, Mr Howard King and family and Mrs It. I. Burton and daughter of Bryantsville. Misses Mayme and Georgia Crutch- ftsld of Nicholasville and Miss Martha tection. Wishing you a prosperous New Year. HIGHEST PRICES PAID RamltUnc MI1J cn Dr SblpmBt U E. Kcif 4 G. WOODS. PAINT LICK, KENTUCKY. No Commission WrU to Pay for Pric Li. I Skipping Tgl ud M. Sabel & Sons lu.rrM.u4 LuUui.J list LOUISVILLE. KY, The Central Record, Thursday, January II, 1917. posed a delightful house party vvLf Mrs. Illrnm Itay during the m nonunya. Kegular services will he comfuctedjal Liberty Baptist Church Saturday afternoon and Sunday by Hev D. K. Sebas-taiof Georgetown college. Mrs. Effie Iiwry, wife of James Iowry died at the home of her father She Mr. J. II. Walker. Dec. 31. leaves a husband and three children, one n tiny babe, to mourn her loss. Also father, mother, brother and sisters. Her remains were laid to rest in the Methodist church yard here on Monday. Our sympathy goes out to the bereaved ones as to all who arc called upon to give up dear ones to isal F. O. B. DETROIT The world's champion endurance car complete in every detail handsome com- fortablo easy to drive and sold at a price which undoubtedly means unequalled value. You cannot afford to overlook this car. Ask us to prove these statements. ri: The World'i V o K I Rex Gar acre Co. The ... waiier nammacK. mBr. . Incorporated that grim reaper, Death. Catarrh means inflammation. Inflammation is the stagnation of blood the gorging of the circulation witn impure biooa corns, Endurance Car! were in STANFORD William Yager and William Grimes Of course you can't be well under mis condition. It means, bcadacbes, Indigestion, kidney trouble, coughs, cic w Lexington Sunday. Mrs. It. M. lilackerby has been quite ill at her home in the country. Charlie Thompson and Cecil Drown of Lancaster were here Sunday evening. Mesdames W. H. O'liannon and W. C. Wilson, were in Lexington several creases the circulation, InvlgoralM the tyttcm, removes the waste matter and brtgtitens you up. Of sen-icto the public entitles It to a piacc nun you. The Penini Compsny reriina nutrition in- Over 44 Years days last week. Mr. Cicero Reynolds has been confined to his home for some weeks on account of illness. Mrs. James Dunn of Danville has been the guest of her brother, H. J. McKoberts and family. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Fisher of Danville were the guests of her parents, Mr and Mrs Henry D. Phillips Sunday. Mrs. T. K. Watson has returned to her home at liarbourville after a visit to relatives here and at Lancaster. Mrs. Lucy Miller Hartley, who has been confined to her home for sevtral weeks on account of illness is bett;i. Mr and Mrs J. W. Acey have rented the property of W. H. Wearen on East Main and will move to it aDout the 15th. Mrs. Jesse D. Wearen is able to be out after being confined to her home for several days on account of a sprained ankle. Mrs. Thomas Metcalf was here from Danville, and Mr and Mrs Saufley Hughes of Lancaster, were here to hear Dr. Gordon. Mr. and Mrs. L. Wearen Hughes, of Memphis Tenn., are the guests of his mother, Mrs. Julia Hughes and brother L. It. Hughes. E. D. Kennedy who fell and broke his shoulder some weeks ago is improv-- . ing nicely. His wife who fell several dayd before he did and broke her hip is also improving. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Traylor will leave the last of the week for Montgomery Alabama, to visit Mr. and Mrs. Ed Dudderar. They will spent the remainder of the winter in the south. Senator K. L. Hubble purchased thru the Ileal Estate Agent A. B. Florence, the farm owned by Miss Jennie Lawrence and brother, Jesse Lawrence, out on the Lancaster pike about six miles. This farm joins the other farm of Mr. It Makes Good Columbus, Ohio You can get Pcruna la tablet form for convenience. mammmammm mmmm mmmhmhmmm ! I W. 0. RIGNEY .Funeral Lancaster. Oirector and Embalmer. Kentucky. Offlce Phone 18. Residence I'hnne 33. Jacob SchulzCompany IncoriKiratitl, Fine Cut Flowers For Phones 339-- F 13 All Occasions. Prompt Attention or 83. All Orders Receive Wm. F. Miller, Agt. Lancaster. Mr. John Kain. of Kansas was called hero Sunday by the death of his mother Mrs. Wm. Kain. J dim, the little son of Mr. Nelson Mr. George Calico sold his tobacco Davis is ill. crop in Lexington last week, average Mr. Sam Portwood of Iticlimonil was $27.30, per hundred. t here hundav Mr. and Mrs. Carl May, of Cincin-- , , Horn to Mr. ami Mrs. Floyd Humph- nati, spent a part of the Xmas holirey n son, December 25th. days with relatives here, Mrs. Josiah McCulley is auirering t Mr. f!. S. Hnnn. of Cartprsvilte was from a stroke of paralysis. a recent guest of Messrs Thompson Miss Lenna Ilollon spent last week Davis and John Land. in llerea and Iticlimond with fricmls.aj Miss Klizabeth Manlev, of Mays Lick Mrs. Amlirnsu Calico who has been is visiting her sister Mrs. J. K. Edill for some time is very much improvtd wards and Dr. Kdwords. Misses Macy and Maude Walton, of Mr. Robert Kathergill and family, of Markshury were quests of Mrs. Ed. Hardin county, have rented the .propDailey. erty of Mrs. Corda Davis here. Christine, the tittle daughter of Mr. Simpson returned to Miss Thelma and Mrs. Kd Dailey has been ill with Iierea College Wednesday after spendpneumonia. ing ths holidays with her parents here. Messrs Irvine Simpson and Kd Dailey Misses Linda Locker and Lucy were in Lexington a part of last week Worthington returned to the D and D on business. Institute at Danville Tuesday after Mr. and Mrs. Tnlton May and child- spending the holidays with their par-- 1 ren were guest of Mr. and Mrs. John ents here. Land Sundry. Misses Mayme and Georgia Crutch-fiel- c. was to Ilev. Ilagan, of Nicholasville Martha and of Nicholasville, fill his appointment here Sunday beMargaret Curtis, of Bryantsville, Sal-li- e Lou Teater and Ethel Kay com- cause of illness. QUNNS CHAPEL. this city. The one "The Significance of this World War" was probably one of the best delivered. C. Hays Foster was elected Assistant Cashier of the First National Bank at a recent meeting of the Board of Directors. Mr. Foster is a very prominent young business man of this city and will prove very efficient in his new work without a doubt. J. It. Harris who has been in this bank for several years has resigned to accept the agency for the National Life Corrpany. News comes from Waynesburg, in the southern part of the county, that book-keep- Mitchell Dotaon. who was knocked in the head here several months ago, is still in a critical condition. He was taken to Danville where an operation was performed on his head in hopes of restoring him to his right mind.' Mr. Dotson has been taken back to his home at Waynesburg and it is feared by his friends that he will never have his same mind. The negro. "Big Foot" John Kennedy who is charged with the deed is in jail here awaiting the action of the grand jury in February. FOR SALE AND RENT Properly Listed In This Column. I I 1 I I TOBACCO - - TO - ru I L TOBACCO STANFORD, STREET C. A. Speith Company MANAGERS. No. 5. Is a suburban tract of 138 acres situated on main pike with building site for dwelling right at the city limits city water and lights installed, most of this farm in grass. This farm will produce the variety of crops usual This to the best lands in this county. tract has one large splendidly constructed stock barn, one 8 acre newly conHubble. structed tobacco barm. Farm well Monday being court day here was a fenced and watered. This tract has very busy one. The Sheriff's Sales KENT Cottages on it, always rented, up fart of the afternoon, and that produce a rental equal to the avertook there were about 500 head of cattle at age income on a $5000 investment. the Nunnelley Stock yards, thatbrought Price $20,700. $5,700 cash and balance good price. But the candidates were in equal payments due in 2, 3 and 4 about the busiest people in town. vears. Buy this for a home and live The people of Stanford enjoyed quite convenient and accessible to the advanu treat last week when Dr. S. D. Gor- tages of one of the best small cities don was here, delivering his "Quiet anywhere. Talks". Dr. Gordon was greeted at No. (). Is a tract of 70 acres; has all each service by a large and attentive the improvements of tract No. 5 and is crowd. He delivered ten addresses in 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, should be "nipped in the lights and water: lias several acres bud", for II allowed to run We will suitable for building lots. unchecked, serious results trade this handsome city dwelling and may follow. Numerous acrage in on a good farm. If you wish cases ol consumption, pneuto retire from the farm you should monia, and "er latal disknow about this one. 'ed back to eases, can I No. 9. la a bargain, 170 acres 3 mil- a cold. At the first sign ol a ' es from Lancaster, right on turnpike. cold, protect yourself by and two good barns. , has two dwellings your thoroughly cleansing This farm will produce hemp and tosystem with a few doses of bacco, about one half in grass, price $100 per acre. THEDFQRD'S 10. Is a two story dwelling, situated in the city limits, large sire lot, In good locality. The dwelling is newly built, in splendid condition and attractive; all the city conveniences, water, lights, sidewalks. The owner leaving city and will take $2500. Colds . We Pay Highest Market Prices. Unload the Same Day. No Commission Charged. t Phone 308. Also Branch House at MORELAND, KY. the old reliable, vegetable liver powder. Mr. Chas. A. Ragland, o Madison Heights, Va., says: "I have been using Thed- - J . ford's Black-Draug- ht lot 7 No. 11. City Property-Dwelli- ng. rooms and cellar, situated on beautiful Richmond street, large lot and has till conveniences including garage ami barn. No. 12. Five room dwelling, modern, good barn, large lot fronting on Lex stomach troubles, indiges tion, and colds, and find It to be the very best medicine I ever used, It makes an old man feel like a young one." Insist on Thedford't, the fl orlefaal and genuine. ington St., cheap at $2500. No. 13. Building Lots -- Under this No. we offer you attractive single and ! double building lots, splendid location, over 300 feet deep, $450 to $900, capable of water and light connections. V The Thomas Real Estate Ageay. D. A. Thomas, Mgr. Office Iteeord Bldg. Lancaster, Ky The Central Record, Thursday, January 1 1 , 1917. CLEARANCE OF SALE Muslin-wea- r. Coats.Suits.Dresses.Furs White THE STORE OF QUALITY Sale of Womeas and Chil&rens Also Ladies V(aists in Georgette and Crepe DeChirie. Great Values, are now being offered. Come now and you will be delighted with the great bargains that await you. J. E. DICKERSON. TRUE DEMOCRATS THE STORE OF QUALITY J TheCentralRecord!0NLY INCORPORATED. FAIN. COLLIER. Carl Criscillia. Lillian llovle. Afler mnvrlnc even jesrs with tils sluniHi'li. I'lareiK'e rtaiiuk'nn. ( Inrknnil tirade VI. Ilesaie Moaa, Ruby Mm.. (Yi.tnil avenue, Cincinnati, has nt lnt Marrs Swinrbroad. Margie Moiitgom CANDIDATES GALORE. g found Ihe relief he looUnir for ery. Elizabeth Hagun. Witmore Mead lie found It In Tanlar owa. Paul Morrow, Ruth Taylor, Jane The political b(V is buzzing in n nutr-he- r JVIth a "Tanluc Smile" he ol.t his Ilaseldi'ii, Helen Gulley. of hats in this county and the prm- - story to Ihe Taiil-i.Man pct is favorable that the woods will be' "For seven years I milTrml wllh my Grade VII. Mattle Lee Cox, Delia full of candidates before the tight hard-- ' atomach My trouble Ik can with J Rice Hughes, Lucille Schooler.. ly begins. In this issue of the Kecord Grade IX. Elisha Carrier. Thelmn 3k--feeling Hamilton. bloated appears the announcement ol J. A. eating a tot after Iieazley for Representative, who's card' Grade X. Mary Davia, Anna llrilton now and then a Mo a. will be in next isaue. with several more little touch of Grade XI. Clayton Morrow. Jamea are vet to hear from; the indication lira rtturn. t Siler. that several wants to be rhe "As time went County Judge, while, another hunch Grade XII. Georgia Mota.Anna Pow-el- l, on 1 felt wore. wants the sheriffs cilice and who's an Charlie Elmore. M.vv appetite left After short services at the grave last nouncement will probably come out, in u and then party recoru. .I.V.VIM, mine headaches. We propose to put these questions to Monday morning, interment took place next week. We are authorized to announce Miss I roulil not do This office is open to all announce. Jennie Higgins a candidate for County all candidates who may announce and at the Lancaster cemetery. of Till! as much work sa ments for county offices at f 10. per and of Garrard muy from time to tune add other quesSchool Superintendent lo withI (l must be in advance. District officer, County, subject to the action of the tions. DEATH ANGEL out getting tired. the charges will be $Ifi. with the ame Mr. J. A. Iieazley is the first to anDemocratic primary Auguit 1917. I was ln.liiK ray or tiih terms. Former Lancaster Girl. Claims nounce for this oflce and will doubtless atrrnsth C. FLANAGAN. "I took n aim We are authorized to announce J. O. issue a card telling the people what he I .le niotllolne. will do if elected. When this is done The distressing and sudden death of A CARD. Iiogie, as a candidate for the Democgot a little relief, but '"Mi I was or we feel sure the democrats would like Mrs. Ethel Dunn Orrell, at her home County Court ratic nomination for For the fiscal year ending To The Democrats of the mil Ky. ' than ever. Thru I got acared. Clerk, primary to be held August 1917. for him to state whether he has been in Fort Pierce, Fla., came as a shock "Often after meals I would double voting the straight demociatic ticket to her relatives and acquaintances here Senatorial District, 1916 DecemberJOlh, If Casey county should have no can- up vvltb cramps. Cold tucatt broke in the past? He was u voter in Gar- where she was reared and was so well out. We are authorized to announce was didate to succeed tht Hon. Chailea 1909 and at that time known and loved. Her mother rard County in "For days I fasted In hoe of getting I exJeptlia Onstott a candidate for the claimed to be a in, j. nil democrat Mr. Iieazley cnlled to her bedside a few days ago, Montgomery, as State Senator, My lain els logged up and halabrc hotter. 3ii l.loil.r. t nllrrLit ly 1' u, uri , ,w democratic nomination'.for County Court did vou vote pect to be a candidate for aaiil office. lieediit fur all Your party nomi- when it was Isurncd that an operation constant dosing. ,y U N Jlnir, l.lfrh...! JMI.i Clerk, subject to the action of the pri- nees tibv.t-ullvclri- l In the 1914 Kentucky legislature, I vot-- 1 li JuiIki, I'lalh.r I ".My whole system was rim donn. M. in 1909? You were a candidate in was necessary, from which she never I. i.liai.t.un Klnr. (u uo mary, August 1917. e amendment was cro. nervous mid blue. Mr rum. rlllv. ci.ll.fli-.- l. Jmlcr lll.l.lr the primary of 1913 for County Judge survived, her death resulting Tuesday ed to submit a slate-widH Nl I Aflmu. t xjil, a.l.alMlU'r IV11 PROMISE 1, Ixfitme mit.v. She was the oldest daughter and will do so again. and was defeated by Judge Arnold. morning. .Warn. t.,,r... Iiaiit'hlw ;M I We are authorized to announce E. 1!. WILL VOTE FOR "Then I started lo iako Tanlae. Now 1. A, N laiiKiblvTnx irj ea Did ou bolt or did ou -- vote the of Mrs. iV. A. Price, of this city, and ALSO THAT - i lnk." and Mr. I'laiiagau again called Tr.u.teitu l,i.m wirr Work. Ray as a candidate for the Democratic straight democratic ticket? You Heoo lla.-is survived by four little hoys, too SAID AMENDMENT WHEN SUll Tatr.nillrrlnl t JT attention to his healthy, ruddy com Hack lauamillrti-e.- l lijrlly. I'T.lentil nomination for Assessor of Garrard MITTED AND AM ALSO FOR l aV Ilura in the democratic primary young to realize thu great allliction lia.tln l.leiitifiue rrauclilH 41 i county, subject to the action of the . PROllUilTION. I will vote plexton. (arrant ( eiitiljr tor IU'II... ;o .w in 19Io. Did you vote for Gov. btanlev that has befallen them and a devoted . "I have gained In mlgliL too, bo rritf.Nlal'lll.,i. V..II......I II..... ...... ... Primary, August, 1917. to sustain the pledges made in the continued. - husband. Three brothers, John, Gua or did you bolt in tint year? If elecl'This oiiKbt to trll you II. T. Kalian! mile.. .. 7,lu ui I am for an a,;ia it I ed to the legislature would vou vote and Charlie and one sister, Mamie Democratic platform, what I think of Tiuilac and how sin- laiv. rtllelil announce J. H. , re,wai t)ie law which prevents a I Stormes Dunn, also survive and have equitable revision of yur tux laws and cerely mid truthfully I reconiu.tnd It We authorized to Total IISatM Clark a candidate for the nomination navticiiiation of any voter in the nri- - I the heartfelt sympathy of the entire against all appropriations for useless to the people of Clnclmi'ill. nirtiit iii:mi,nt.s offices, of which we have "My health worries ale nil gone nnd for Magistrate, of Garrard county, in maries wi, tioltej his party ticket at 'community. The remains will be and supurlluuus Mlai l tl) t'lmiiclliiirii . in ii ' Major . district No. 1, subject to the action of the pievious election? We feel that brought to Lancaster for interment mam', I invite u perusal and criticism I now " feel better tliaii 1 hae felt for ' J,',,,, nuclei. jenra the Democratic primary, August 19V the democrats are interested in know, 'and ar expected to reach here tonight, of my record in the Kentucky legislallr Atluriief ami rouililla.loll VIS 'J 1 -- .., Maratial. shall be a ' be held to- ture, from all sources. ing the party record of all candidates the burial will probably i:i.Htifo l.ta:Liu i .iv ; servant of my constituents, subordiTanlac is being introduced in Lan- Aim Walker I'aik liiicrotrmriil 1JS We are authorized to announce W.A. especially for the legislature and the morrow. I'aMI'iH n. Iluer. Irraa Mliilnc nating my individual views to their will, caster at R. K. McRoberts. rillnl Doty a candidate for the Democratic Heci.rd as h democratic newspaper 6 ' mi I'al.l Clllwua National Rank Inltnat U r. Respectfully, if elected. Tanlac may be obtaircd in the nearby Iiir oui'rcte t'roa.lnica nomination for County Court Clerk, thinks that these are legitimate ques-subje- ct ! ta " IWitlliK I'rlMllltra J. R. MOUNT. cities. Paint Lick, J. N. Metcalf; LOYD CROUSHORN f,;,! to the action of the primury, tions and Mich that uny candidate for " Kalra I'Ulli-" ,j Decker & Ilallard; Little August 1917. I'rlutlu? a nomination would be glad to honestly Loses Life In Elevator Shaft At Detroit. " AtlcielliiifluMii Llnek j la T Hickman, Collier and limner; Ilerea, l and freely answer. OFFICERS NAMED HEALTH lairrrt Work.... 1 a " rharltr Fund. . 'jtvl S. E. Welch; Stanford, Penny's Drug We aro authorized to announce Green Loyd Croushorn, age 20, lost his life 1'lra 'I Vi lStor'; Junction City, Reynoldi and " OllluxIiuiMiiluii'iit Clay Walker a candidate for the Demo. htrewta TAD PADDADn THIIMTV t,u last Friday morning in Detroit, where FIFTY BOOSTERS. , rraur.r ?iw I UK UMlxAKU lUUIU Evans; Richmond. II. L. Perry & Son; I'altlHalar? 1ol cratic nomination tor County Attorney, llnaril he had gone a few weeks ago to acHtirn 'j ( Igr Mlei I CUatilnii ;i subject to the action of the primary. uoy,. county Democrats should wake cept u position with a coal lirm in Ai.mwiiMrnfih.Si.1. Iln,.r,l ol . T. hii wrcnaru, i.yne iiros ; uurgin. i I'alil Jllclc.a lira " i. j,, S. Wells, Schoolfield; Danville. John " lla.llll 'I eleili,jir I'o August 1917. 4,1 U, arH demand their own. At county that city. He became entangled in the Health lust week, the county officers Lancaster, It. E. McRoberts, and W. C " C.H Hall I'u in lire lull ;; r. " I rrrrlliik-lir-e court In Stanford Monday, a band of elevator shaft in somo manner end was were named, those for Gurrard county I Hell mi, ' (Adv) clir, loul Haiti r Cu. j,, j We are authorized to announce Hon. fifty Garrard county Democrats were carried to the top of the building and being Drs. J. M. Acton, V. G. Kin-- 1 West. Silver Creek. " Kiiiiiirkr Cuhen i o ' llraitli ) Olllx-Co H. Clay Kauffman as a candidate for present boosting Clay Kaulfman for his bodv terribly crushed and mangled naird, of this city and Dr. J. E. Ed-- j 'tj v Mercantile I'o , iilolira Jo'iliPark the Democratic nomination for Mate state Senator over Attorney Jay W, by the overhead pulley, death being in wards of Ituckeve. thu latter bavin!? HORT COURSE IN lor jy ii llllitaon. Iliiitlira .1' larnan dis-- 1 IN ,V Senator from the 18th Senatorial Harlan, of this place, although Iloyle staneous. The accident is distressingly moved to this county about one year I'ouli llro. f. . .... " lla.eliteii llioa trict. subject to the primary August county helped Garrard elect George T. sad for he had only worked fur the ago. liy virtue of his office. Judged fj INfiUWAV FMIINFFDIMf. J.T. Ilaliie), .itr ami lluulll ' fil t 1917. A. Arnold is chairman of thu board and uiiuiiiiiunuiu. Farris to the place two tonus. It looks new firm two days when the fatal lieneral Atv4Hinl. .. mi .... hike Garrard wants to gobble up all the The fourth annual short course in llalatieeuu hanil Jan I. lal, iM occured, having recently mar- has the naming of one of the magis,the Democrats of Iloyle fail to ried a Miss Metcalf, daughter of Mrs. trates of tho county lo act on the Highway Engineering will he held at HS.Mr. lotal We. aro authorized to announce Jay.ple. If n Ho appointed Squire Logan the University of Kentucky, ut WATl:lt WIIKKH JlllVI.NI'K IIICtll TS. W. Harlan, of Iloyle county a candl stand by their candidate as loyally as Metcalf of this county and had gone to board. Feb. Ison, of Ilryantsvjlle to servo with under the auspices of lUlanee uu liaiol aA M .... datu for the Democratic nomination for Garrard stands by hers, what can they Detroit to make their home. UWI SI The sympathy of tho community goes them. At a meeting of the official the college of Civil Engineering and Water ri'litacollecteil State Senator, from the 18th district, hopo for in the future- .- Danville Adcounty board Dr. J. M. Aufon was re- State Department of Public Roads, Total out to the young and heart-broke- n t;m 71 subject to the action of that party at vocate. position he directed by the Engineering DepartQuit your baby talk and go to work wifo in the loss of her husband, who elected tho Secretary, UISMIIIIHI.MKM.S. the primary August 1917. for your candidate. Casey county has was a splendid young man and hud has so ably filled for the past two ment of the University. It is expected rliila ealarv si. ui Knalneer 111) 10 that the attendance will reutli several Tramleridnalarr just as much claim, If rotation counts, many friends hero who will regret to years. In lienelal lull. I.... Mai l.l We are authorized to announce A. K-- J The County Health Officers inform hundred this year, for the past three Coal. as Iloyle, as she has furnished a sena- hear of his distressing death. 1,110 B7 Ho is I.. .VN.Iii'IkU.... a candidate for the nomination 1 IS Walker, tor for only one term. survived by several brothers all of whom us that the rules and regulations laid years the school has grown from llftV Melrra I'urelia.til U III for ahcriif of Garrard county, subject Water Wolka Hllplilles B) 01 live in this county, Tho remains reach- down by the Slate Hoard of Health, to over a hundred. I'ra.lra llalilberl Co., imlM. . a ttt to the action of the Democratic party The purpose of thu courJo is to ad- I'lltllliarolT Waltr . ed here last Saturday night and were will be enforced to the letter, both in t oo BUYS NICE FARM. n ui Ul Hie IUII1III& JKIMiaij, 4iuku. Roads thiough file. Iloae Keel interred in the Lancaster cemetery Sun tho city and county. No county in the vance the cause of Good Uel.alra anil llaulllia" i sw V. A. Lear Is to be his deputy, J. f:. Holilnaon. jiiilnuielil asaluat Mr. A. Ii. Doty has recently moved day afternoon. stalo can boost nf a better set of of' out thu state of Kentucky and it is exMT Co. IIUI3) fleers than those named and we pre. pected that County Engineers, County Ilulaiit-- on baud Jan I, lull to the farm purchased of Floyd Curtis, IS 31 , Two Uses for Words. diet that they will look well after the Judges, Magistrates, Road Inspectors We are authorized to announce J. A; and known as the McCormlck place, .iTmtTi Tout Words are- wise men's; counters health and, sanitary conditions of the and all interested in good roads will atHonda and lutereai iald off tlurlut the rear Iieazley a candidate for the Democrat- containing C5 acres, for which he paid tend. No charges will be mudo for the IVIS.aiuuuullus In II.IJ&.iKI ic nomination for Representative for $125 an acre for. This la considered a they do but reckon by theinl but they county and should have the or fools. Thomas are tlio money of every citizen In their efforts to courre and all lectures free to the UN Allcit Garrard county, subject to the action cheap placo as it is well improved and Ilohhes. i., ii ii.winsoN, Mlt.l.KK. public. uphold tho law ln.thia respect. a fine body of land. Major of the Primary, August 1917. Clark. Mrs Mary B. Kain, wife of William SHOULD BE CONSIDERED. Kain, died at her home last Saturday Jl.oo a yeah. issued Weekly. It is rumored that there will be a full morning after an illness of several , ami other comi field seeking Ihe nomination J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. to repre , months, from paralysis sent this county in the Legislature at plications. Her ,friends and relatives ' R.L. ELKIN. Local Editor and Mgr. the Democratic Primary. It may be will learn of her death with much reigret. She is survived bv a husband that there will be some who are not ' Inter? J t the I'oit Office In Lancaster, Kj., worthy to be trusted from a party and several children. Deceased was a m StcondClaaa Mill Matter standpoint. We believe that all demo- member of the Christaiti church, the j conducted by Member Kentucky Press Association crats in the county will agree with us funeral services being and that none of these aspirants should b 'Key. F. N. Tinder at the liuckeye considered except those Who have been , church last Monday afternoon. Eighth District Publishers League. true democrats in the past and have supported the nominees of the party MARSEE. Lancaster, Ky., January 11, 1917 and have not bolted their party ticket. ' Mrs Annie Marsee, aged 'J6 years a.ld We inav assume that all of these canRates For Political Announcements didates together with any republicans widow of the late I). White Marsee, 'died at the home of her parents. Mr For Precinct and Citv Otliles . . .$ 5.00 who may seek the nominations upon and Mrs Noah Marsee, after n linger-- I the republican ticket will declare in lO.DO County Offices 'or ! ing illness of tuberculosis. Since the Offices.... 15.00 favor of submitting to a vote of the j or State and District death of her husband in August, Mrs 10 people an amendment of the constituFor Calls, per line She is Marsee had declined rapidly. 10 tion providing for state prohibition. For Cards, per line There will not be any issue between Burvived by two bright and interesting For all publications in the intercandidates of the two parties cu this children, Oliver D. and Leroy, three est of individuals or expresquestion, but under the circumstance , brothers and two sisters. A devoted sion of Individual views, per never l member of the llaptilt church, 10 we think it permissible for the Record line missing a service when,she was able to 05 to ask of all candidates for the LegisObituaries, per line lature a few questions touching their ' attend. Mrs I,ouio Pogue-Collier- . wife of M v. illiam Colliet died at her home in ltethany on January 1st. Mrs Collier j was sixty-fou- r years of age at the time of her death. Iter husband who aur-- ! vives her, is an undo of Mrs Uriah j Simpson, of this city and viaited .her here many yars ago. I .SEVEN YEARS OF. SUFFERING ENDS Tanlac Helps Man Against In HONOR ROLL, Fourth Month. Lancaster Public Schools. Grade II, Shirley Denny. Linda Whit-take- r. Rudolph Dickeraon. Thomas Hatcher. James Watson. Grade III. Paul Schooler, Uuis Has- Udell. Grade I Cecil llat.on. Kdilh Moore. Fight They Always Are. Kven Ihe optimist mid III petal. mists are working overtime. Chicago News. Health Worries. Garnrlt Montgomery, Homer Carrier. I.ucile Stapp Grade V. F.l.ir Fotherglll, Lir.da Jennings Myrtle Ue. Ileiaie Lre.Wal-ker- , Financial city of Condition mmx I. muuiitti ,'3i ti. 11 ..... The Central Record, Thursday,' January 1 1, 1917. ) JANUARY CLEARANCE (OVERCOATS and SUITS 400 Suits and 200 Overcoats To Select Form. warm fall season has left us with a stock of Suits which is entirely too large for the time of the year, we will therefore cut the price on every Suit and Overcoat in thetiouse, not withstanding the fact that prices of Merchandise of all kinds have soared to to a heighth never known since theCivil War. We believ.e 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. A and-Overcoats Cut Prices For Cash Only. Men's Suits! $10.00 Suits now 12.50 Suits now 15.00 Suits now 16.50 Suits now 18.00 Suits now $ 7.50 Men's Overcoats. 9.75 11.75 12.75 13.75 15.75 17.75 18.75 Bays' Knee Suits. $ 4.00 5.00 6.50 7.50 8.00 Boys knee suits now $3.25 Boys knee suits now 3.75 Boys knee suits now 4.75 Boys knee suits now 5.75 Boys knee suits now 6.25 Boys knee suits now 6.50 8.50 10.00 Boys knee suits. now 7.50 Boys School Overcoats. $10.00 Overcoats now Overcoats Overcoats Overcoats Overcoats Overcoats 20.00 22.50 Overcoats 25.00 Overcoats 12.50 15.00 16.50 18.00 now now $7.75 1 9.75 now, now now now uow 20.00 Suits now 22.50 Suits now 25.00 Suits now 1.75 12.75 13.75 15.75 17.75 1 8.75 $5.00 6.50 7.50 8.00 8.50 0.00 ! 12.50 Boys Boys Boys Boys Boys Boys Boys 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. Jas. W. Smith, FLOUR -- houseof quality I Lancaster. f FOIt SALE-3- THE CHEAPEST BEST FOOD AND PERSONALS Mr and Mm Kdd Ross were in Lexington Inst week. of pneumonia, much to the regret of host of friends. Mr. John M. Farra left for Louisville yesterday, for u two daya trip on business. - ID cent spent today for good llour ia equal to; fiit for eggs. .Kl spent for Reef. .:tj 9erit for Milk. .19 spent for Itice. J (petit for Hems. Try a sack of our high grnde llour Moiwy Lack and do yiiur own baking. if not satisfied. Hudson, Hughes & Farnuu, l!-- Miss Hannah Aldridge, of Stanford, Mrs Henrietta Raney ia visiting is the Kuest'of Mr. and Mrs. J. Hay-- 1 friemla am) relativea in C'otliin, Ky. mond Haaelden. Mm J. M. Staughtou haa returned Mr. Mac Wilkins. of Shelby. N. C, home after a visit to her sister, Mrs II. was the guest last week of his friends 0. Sutton. Miss Ilernie Lear. Mix Nannie II. Herring is in Huston-villi- -, MrJiwMcUrniick haa returned t the attractive guest of Mra Charhis home in Ashville, N. C, after a lie Semones. vrsit to lelatives. Mr t'harlea Ilullou haa been quite ill Recent 'etlers to friends from iss Mr and Mrs Geo. Tucker of Stanford ily ,lWa8ant vWt Granl men,0J1 were guests of Mr and Mra Harry t.. j ,c BUnl , Washington. I). C. with . , , , th Crutchheld. Sunday. d Hon. William Shanks. of Stanford, guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hanks Hudson Mi;s honored Lancaster with his presence at their home on Third street YOU'LL FIND IT IN THIS C0UJHN.1 I Uettie West and Mrs Will KancV of for a few minutes yesterday. V I Lancaster were visitors hern Monday. . Mr. John Huffman, formerly one of I Misses Faye and j Florence Acton have Lancaster's young business men, but returned to Lancaster, after a pleasant Nice store room for rent. m,w f Lexington, was in our midst ( i W. T. West.4 visit to Miss Anne Martin .. Mtti 11. t Sunday visiting friends, A. Ii. Marksbury, Mr. and Mrs, Clay t For Kent. 2 unfurnished rooms, j Sutton of Lancaster, '. . , i .. spent yesterday ,.iori Mrs. Susan Fisher. iiuimiiiih in. tiiri vimnKi.i ii.mii with Mrs. Louis Landrani Danville to Asheville N. C j Covington Mr. I For Sale: Two spotted ponies, broken. I Messenger. George McRoborts states that he and ' J. A. Amon. Mrs. Mclioberts and daughter, lietsy Margaret, are happily located at 15 A PIONEER KENTUCKY HOME j For Sale or Kent: My two story j house on Richmond street. Avll!tjn Ave. and all are enjoying good f. S. G. ilaseldcn. i,,,, By Mrs. Eliza Herring Appears in Th: House Beautiful. 00 bushels, nice, clean Orchard Grass. I Since January 1st our terms will be strictly Thirty Days. Owing to the high prices of all kinds of Merchandise, it takes twice as much money to run our business as it has been, during the past. Therefore it is impossible for us to run any accounts over thirty days. All wholesale houses are now doing business on practically a cash basis and in fact the whole business world is coming to a cash system which every thinking person knows is the best system after all. We thank you for your past patronage and hope for a continuance of same in the , I 30 Days future. BECKER PHONE 27. & BALLARD BRYANTSVILLE, Ky. j In the January number of the Ilou.-- e written Academy. Annapolis, the guest lleauiiful appears a splendidly by Mrs. JesjeD. WVarren. of Stanford Nvl and well illustrated article Mrs. Lucien Grant, before f of Midshipman has been the guest of Mrs. N. Miller Kliza Anderson Herring, entitled "A hi r,turn to N'orfofk, Va. and Miss Carrie Miller. I'loneer Home," As one reads the arMrs. Wm Sutton and Mrs. Carrie ticle of how after thirty years of Mrs. Mella banders rerkins is in Louisville'the ultractiu' guest of her Davidson were hosts at a delightful ownership, by an absentee landland, it dinner on last Sunday, Those who en- wns reclaimed from a wasted and sister, Mrs. J. J. Pilrtley. condition, remodeled without joyed the bountiful spread were Mr. Mr. McLurmick and charming Hm Mrs. L. G. Davidson. Mr. and destroying its personality, refurnished bride, were weekend gueBts of her Mrs V. J. Koiiihus. .Mr and Mrs. L. C. as it was in the days ot yore, tit causes parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Sanders. jGullev and Miss Carrie Hello Romans. a deep feeling cf regret to think of it and its contents burning, instead of Noel, 'of Danville, is, Mr. James Miss Mary Hutner. orders his paper rounding out another century as home. spending her vacation period with her In remodeling and refurnishing, she cmnaei frolll i,ow,,l , I'nncess. Ky. sister. Mrs. S. H. Woods, ut l'mt ,f Jleru lie Koes noxt week to accept a says "that since tho character of the '',ck'position with tho Hig Hun Coal Co, of rooms was so pronounced there seemed The many friends of little Miss that city. He siys he wiitta to keep nothing to do hut to restore to them Nancy Thomas Lear will bo triad to up with llie good Democratic news what might be found of the furniture know she is improving after u severe from old Garrard and doesn't want to of that place and period." AccordingIjniaa an NsUe of tho Record. ly u quest among the knobs shows by attack of pneumonia. the acquisition of heavy Dr. and Mrs. M, S. Hatlield and chil- The following is taken trom the illustration clurrv beds, sugar chests, dren moloied to lus ton viilo in their Times l'icayuno ofNew Orleans. Mrs. " haiidsonm new car. Sunday, and were Garrigue was formerly Miss tin telle candle stands, brass cundlo sticks, clocks and pioneerchalrs, 1'crhupa the of triends. guests Conn, uf this city. most interesting and most valuable "Mr- - a,Kl Mra- - William Garrigue en- Miss Minnie Johnson, left tins week thing lost in this lire was a tertaineil at dinner liurfcuay evening print ot Lincoln in a heavy oval frame for Paris Kv. whero sho will take un he tnble was decorated with Richmond with lloiirlion for th re. while beneath the glass was a visiting roses and single buds held In silver vas- mainder of the School year. card written by Lincoln In that familand es. Ited shades and candlesticks ., .... iar script, "A Lincoln." This old stone Miss Nannie II. Herring and friendt.. Lydia house was the girlhood home ' "",cplor note at each cover. Mr. and Mrs. Williams who by marriage of ?Y,caK" u into the Harrodsburg on un-- ! V,arti).ue-I.Khtful KUesll wrtf. Mr. nj Mr(1. neighboring family of Graves, became day by Misses Sue and Margaret Samp.; An Mr. Ilnrv nK,m.., Mr the mother of William Jordon Graves, sou, of that city Armant, Mr. and Mrs. Christian Schertz that Kentucky Congresrman, who Miss Eliza I.unsford who spent the Mrs. Mercer I'atton, Mrs, Madeleine fought the famous duel of 1838 with Holiday season here with relatives, re- Itollin, Madtme Garrigue of.N'ow York, Gilly, of Maine. to Cincinnati today, Sim was Miss Adeline Kremer, Mr, Arthur Lev. turned Mrs. Herring adds a suggestion that accompanied by her niece, Miss Jennie is and Mr. William Turner. After dinwe think timely and wish that it would Cox, who has been ill some time, ner Mrs. Garrigue played several num- full in fertile ground when she says, Afisses Joan Mount and Annie Ilel bers delightfully on the harp." "It is pleasant to fancy the day when HurnsiUH report their sate arrival in Mr. K. K. Hatlield has been u recent one of the historical or educational San Angelo, Texas, and are delighted visitor with relatives in Lancaster ... Societies of the statu, out of loving with that beautiful and thriving city. Mrs. W. 11. Mason and Mrs. W. It. for our past shall have acOn their way they spent a few hours Cook, of Lancaster were In Danville quired one of these ancient houses and In New Orleans the guests of Mrs. yesterday.. ..Mrs. Win, Farnau and restore to it. as much as possible. Its Kate Uerkele. little son Kennedy, of Lancaster are forgotton household equippments. I j four-poste1 I war-tun- e 1 1 J. T. Anderson. Route 2, Lancaster Ky. re- have several pairs of two year old mules which I will sell or-lo- an to sponsible parties to work. J. K. Robinson. FOR RENT My propertey 1917. at Huck-ey- e for the year at-p- Write Mrs. Mary Dickerson at Richmond, Ky. or see Mai Carter, iluckeyo, Ky. . Foil Sale -- One live passenger Overland and one Schacht Truck. Cheap if sold at once. White &. Riddle. l'aint Lick. Ky. FOR RENT. Property on Stanford street, next to Christian church, now occupied by It. K. Conn, for year 19IJ. Terms reasonable. W. II. Mason. FARM Dargains counties. 12-- 1 :i LANDS, Fayette and adjoining Five per cent. Farm Loans. In W. KING and SON. mo. Lexington, Ky. 'w.ini ....... a ... FOR RENT OR SALE. My retidence on Haseldcn Heighta. for year 1917. Possession at once. House new, with live rooms, splendid water, garden and ull out buildings. Henry Simpson. ,l 1 will PUBLIC SALE. at mv home on Ueot ktreel. JANUARY 13th. 1917. at 1 o'clock, sell all of my household furniture, consisting of u lot of itav Rugs, Chairs, Tables, etc. IIERUERT L. LEK, Lancaster, Ky. SATURDAY. The Central Record, Thursday, January 1 I, 1917. S types Ray, This Agreement Witncsseth; That Lea vol I Alt In in order to protect the name on our Htm-nr- t Vantis 7 a lands for n period of three years we Slavin Mandy 2 a 2 32i bind ourselves not to hunt thereon, nor permit an) body else to do so, and we G. T. BALLARD, Jr., o further Hrr to prosecute with S11EIUFK OF OAKHAM) CO, all person who violate the game GARRARD CIRCUIT COI RT. laws of Kenucky or trespass upon our From the Scrap Pile. lands for (he purpose of hunting. Ana Eliza Hume, In il.ij of Kid when knl!liti woro et nl, Plalntilfs, bold, mid ipili l: tu draw I lie blndc, we further agree to act as Deputy VS. On Monday, Jnminrv Kind, 1U17. at their endlri-- s ami pi, for writing clinpi, Game Wardens for the purpose of carDefendants, one o'clock, In front of the Court Home ti deal of copy Hindi1. Ami It was well, rying out this agreement. Except each David Bolton, et al. Pursuant to u judgment rendered at door In Lancaster, Ky., t will oITVr to as thlngi befell, that they did slash mid of us liae the right to kill rabbits on the November lerm. 1910. the under, the hlghrst bidder for cash, so much of carve, for bud they not, today a lot, our Tanns or permit it to be done by signed Commissioner will sell Ht public another under our supervision, or the the following described property, ns of luncllsts would stnrvc. to tiiuuer, supervision of some responsible and auctionthe tne nigiieat aim lieit Lancaswill pay the State, County nnd district before Court House door in reliable person sclec'ed by us. school taxes for the year 1910. ter, Ky, at 11 o'clock A. M. or thereSavant's Idea of Greek. abouts, on The purchaser is entitled to deed In This November lfith. 1915. First Professor "Do you think the two years anil interest Ht the rate of 30 Mudy of Greek n necessity?" Second I!. L. Elkln. J. E. Ilobinson, MONDAY, JANUARY 22nd. 1917. per cent per annum and 15 per cent Profe.nor "Well, I know of nevernl J no. M. Farra, W. II. Brown. damages if redeemed in that time, youni; men who buve not learned It W. II. Ilurton. Alex Walker, it being the first day of the Garrard These are the uncollected Taxes and who have grown up nnd raised fami- Haselden Bros., T, A. Elkin, County Court Term, the real estate mentioned in the pleadings and describpaid by January ITJnd. or the lies, but 1 enn't sny 1 npprovu of them." must be F. M. Tinder. ed as follows: II. Dalton, J. Judge. jiroperty.will be sold. Logan Hubble, II. Smith. John In Garrard County, Kentucky, on the .1. N. Boss, G. M, Deshoti, waters of Long Branch and bounded as Lancaster No. J, White. Fisher Herring, II. II. Cox, follows: Beginning at a atake in said BRYANTSVILLE the same S '.'J 22 Hughes Bros, J. W. Sweenet, branch; thence up thence leavingW said Coins Henry 7a . . poles to a stake; W. M. Mahan. branch S 15 31 Vanhook 0. H. & L, J, 1 1 Dr. II. II. Montgomery is able to be Withers Bros. 80J K 9 poles to a stake; William, Marcus anil Jim White. out after hi recent illness. thence N 9J E 22 poles to a stake; No 1 Colored. B. F. Wilmot, J. D. Pope, thence N 80J W 9 poles to the beginMiss Cecil Howling lias returned from 3 05 u lcorn Minervia 1 1 Mrs. David Chenault. ning, containing 1 acres. very pleasant visit to friends in Howl- Fred J. Conn, 2nd. Tract: In the same County and 3 05 Arnold Lucy 1 1 W. It. Cook, J, tV. Elmore, ing Green. adjoins the above tract and 8 83 Beazley Mary 10 a T. C. Rankin. Huffman Bros, State nndas follows; Beginning at n bounded Miss Marguerite Woolfork of i.ey-- i ., 5 84 lieazley SamlUa Wm. G, Anderson. stake on the East bank of said Iing I cam ,U11UII, a, ington came Friday for a visit 10 1t1 00 5 liland Hill W. B. Moss Branch; thence S Ml E 9 Hiles to a ;T. M. Arnold; Jr. May me Lee llallard. W 9 pole Bruce Amandy?3 a to said 2 38 It. E. Ilenrv. Jno. M. White, stake; thence N Long Branch; thence S 31 E 21 Mrs. B. C. Rose was hostess at an I I It" iturdett Jim 4 a Bright Herring. poles to d Hradshaw, a stake on said Long Branch; i Darker 432 eiegaiu uinner mnnuay lo a iewoiner. Ilurdett HriRlit 2 a Scott Huffman thence a new line S "I E 25 poles 10 28 friends in honor of Miss Marguerite Ilurnman Lewis 1 t I Vm. and Liizie Onstott. to a beech; thence S 81 E 23 0 poles 4 97 Woolfolk of Lexington. Uurnman Lucinda 1 t to b locust; thence S 55 E 14 poles to a stake on Charles Hume line, thenre Doty Earnest 1 1 Mr. and Mrs. Robt II. Hutchinson Jr. I 0 02 S 10 33 tioles to n stone, corner to said REPORT OF THE CONDITION .Doty Edna 5 a and 1 t I I 8 95 were given a "Miscellaneous Shower Taylor; thence S G.1 W 18 les to a G 30 Monday Dunn ilill la by their numerous i . evening (stake in the head of n hollow, with the 12 92 friends. They received a number of (ill W 10 tmlrs S 7f.J Lewis 2 t I Faulkner W8 meanders. S 74 W 1 1 poles N 80 W 22 ioles 0 30 useful presents and a very enjoyable Harris V. H. 1 t I on me tvest Hunk or said 11 2 32 time was spent by every one present Jliatt Annie ranch and corner to said 5am 4 97 Mr. nnd Mrs. Hutchinson Jennings Geo U 1 a have mov thence down said Branch N 3 2 GO in their home on the Lancaster road KavanauRh Morth 1 1 r, ii txiies io me ueginning, coni.Vh. l I Lacky Alex l(t I taining 15 acres 3 roods, .. 5 03 OK I.ANCArKI(. K ,. 14 23 Mary, heirs The purMse of said sale is to divide I... MT. HEBRON the proceeds among the plnintiirs and .. 8 28 i.ewia Steve heirs 0 acres TJib Close of Bnsineu. Dec 27 1916 defendants herein as their rights may May field Jery .. G 02 Mrs. Herod Hams is ill. appear. Mayfield Andy 1 1 0 02 .. Mrs Jas. Stone remains quite ill. KKSOl'ltCFf. termsMeadows Andy 1 a . 5 04 -57 ati1 Mrs Jesse Lemay is slowly improving, j Loau.ltciit rilacuilllta to. ll1T.s:i elr7 Miller Bessie 1 1 5 3S I', a. 0OMlled The property will be aold on a credit Newiand Sarali 1 t I 3 32 of six and twelve months and the purMr r.u urow spent Sunday, with his . ,.,.uruit. oihrr n..n r . iu,i. I chaser will be required to execute bonds Robinson Eliza mot llirluilliif atockal owlird mi- 4 97 'parents at pleasant Hill. lvO.ti.aj isom no with approved security for the purbimpson Hettie hrs 1 t I 3 05 Mr John Hicks and family were the ltoelt I rVdtral Krarrtr banl of ati!irii?rlt,tioiii .no vu chase price, due in six and twelve ft Ml amauwoou Jesse i;a of Mr anj Mr, Tl03 ,,icks 0O rvalue of Hankltic tiuute ...iiviu months, respectively, and bearing In- I o ya MirulliireaiHl flxlure Williams iieruert l a .io ti terest at the rate of six per cent p- -r Mr Earl Grow who got his foot Net ami due from apiiroirtl rr.rrvr annum from date until paid, having the Williams James 0 30 agvnMlliNew York CUIcaao and a few days ago is able to be out. force and effect of a jndgment upon Ml Umi . ... I s;:: ' No. 2 BryanUville. Net ami due from aiirmrd which execution may issue, pavable to Miss Bettie Scott waa :the guest of lu other rrarrw clllr.ttl.aj; ill W. II. Brown. Master Cotnmiaaioner of Net ami due trim bank and hanker a ' Halcomb W. B. 1 T. L 1G G5 her sister, Mrs Ed Hendrickson at Or (other llian Included In 1 or i s.iAi i the Garrard Circuit Court, and a lien I Nelson W. R. Hrs. 35 a 12 CO chard Grove Sunday. Ouulde rbecka and other will lie reserved upon the property sold ! eaah Item 15 30 Pollard Ben (N.lt.) 64 a until all the purchase money Is paid. Mr Harrison Preston and family moV' Fractional currency, nlckela I ft I and ceuu Preston Harrison a 4 65 ed Saturday to his father-in-law'Mr Notea of other National Ilatjka i.3 j W. II. BROWN. M. C. G. C, C. 8 80 J. E. Sherrow, and Mr Russell Vander lawful reserve In ault and m 1th Preston Asbury, 20 a Federal Keere llauk af.iu vi, j j, Tomlinson, Atfy for Pltrs. G 35 Preston J. T. 1 posl took possession of the property Redemption Fund wtlh C, H Treat leapt. A. M. Boune. Auctioneer Pryor M. V. 9 a urer and due from t' h, Trea, 9 30 purchased .from Mr Preston. 4 05 Shearer W. Roy, Total. tili.K'i VI The Sunday School at this place be' Southerland Mrs. J. A. 10 a .... 2 05 gan the New Year with an enrollment Sheriffs Sale FOR Harris William 2 a Kelly, Itiah 20 n Lcavell Jonas la G 00 1133 4 97 0 30 0 30 HUNTERS TAKE NOTICE. COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF LAND. 175,000 SELL AT AVERAGE OF S Taxes ON DANVILLE BREAKS MONDAY $17.50 PER HUNDRED. average, average average Cook and Case Bradshaw and Broaddus average average R.S.Clark average J. H. Prewltt average Grow and Broaddus average E. P. Grow Cook and Bland Cook and Carpenter $19.70 21.50 21.60 23.26 NATIONAL BANK,!! 21.07 21.36 20.70 25.83 It !;. These are all crop averages, not one beskct being rejected. ltl A square deal to everybody makes the ltl gu,, rrcit ltl i DANVILLE I. M. MARKET Unquestionably the best in Kentucky. DUNN, President. la i la 4 93 No. 2. Colored. Anderson Wm. 4 a all 1915, $14.21; 1910 taxes $15 21 3 05 0 30 3 05 7 30 7 03 Dunn Corr.madore, His. 3 a Elmore Almlry 3 a'., Hicks Mary B, Hrs, la Jefferson Crennell, 4 a Myers Willis, Hrs, 14 a Withers James, la Buckeye No. 3. 030 White. $4 4 13 10 21 14 10 .7 971 97 58 90 20 Burton J. B. 1916 1 a. 1915, 11.25 Burton Wootson z Davis Nelson 30 a Emmons Bros, N. R. 17 a Humes Trav. 33 a Long J. It. 49 a. bal Pruitt Ray 8 a. .... Ray Mike, 2 a Jtav J. It., TJ a Ross Milton, 35 a... Simpson Wm, 22 a, 99i 54 fi2 33 59 spent the week-en- d with Miss Annie 11 25 Todd. 8 42 M iud A tfMuJ ILndapanx I .........a:-- . 7 f,2 4 97 kth , l.UUH) . Kurpiualuud . tlndltlded i.rofln. is.:is ur, Leatetlrrenl ezjiennea, luS,tU H W1M tereitand taira lald Amount referred for taiea accrued 791 77 Circulating N'otet oiltalaudtht ;n.)aa) uo Net amount du lo hanka and laukera v (other than Included lii m or Ul PAINT LICK Indlrldual detOdlta aubjeet I1TS.AII 07 tocbeck. . Mr. and Mrs. Woods Walker were in Total Stanford, Monday. PTATf Or KlNTfCKV,"Ol'NTVrOAB4HI),: rr I. H. C ftcttNT. of Ihp mho if Mr. Bryant Perkins, of Stanford was tliat tbeatiave nmei bank, do oIVmiii a vititor here Monday, true to tlir teal of my Luovrlrdfv Utfinrnt Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Cornn were reratlitrr. Hubrrlti4l and worn to before mt thl Ltli cent visitors in Berea. W. V Champ, dar of Jan 191?. Mr. Lee Ledford has returned after My CotnmUaiouniitrf a Jan 1'iJO a few days visit in Harlan county. C'qitRXCT Attest: ALKt It lllNNl.t Miss Mary Noel, of Danville, is the ' 1)1 rector. J K SrnkM. W . M. KtllOIT. KUe8t of ,ler s'ster. Mrs. J. If. Woods. Misses Maurine McLin and Ora Es- tndge spent Wednesday in Richmond, REPORT OF THE CONDITION Miss Eva Merriman, of Cartersvilli of 97. The average attendance for the past year being 101. Mr J. I. Crawford was again elected Supt, and we hope that everybody will come. Caltal I.IAHII.IT1KS atock ,ald lu l.'O.cXooil Its Summer ivmvx Florida . 1 A JaLl CV. I a r ifir Siuthern Railway DIRECTORS: F M. . Mi-Ke- car leaving Louisville 7:55 p. m.. arriving Jacksonville 8:50 p. m. Through Pullman connection on train leaving Louisville 7:20 a, in., arriving Jacksonville 8:50 a, m. Is the direct line to Asheville, Aiken. Aucusta, Charleston, Columbia, Savannah, Summerville and other southern resorts. Pining Car Service Wintr rToiirut, VaiuMe Tour am! Ilomesrck tu Kxcuniou Tare i now in tflr ct- - Stopover ami othcrtprr'ul fraturrt. Tull Information ami tixtt (;om Ilk-- I Soutlicm Ka.Utay acnt ur wriic B.H.Todd,Dutr;ct P.V ARent,rtarkiBMf.,LouUv..!e,Kr, Two Daily Trains: Through Pullman The Southern Railway OFFICER C. DIRECTORS: Sowers Emma Mrs. & Tudor Harrison, 1 a Buckeye No 3. Ray Alice, Hrs. 4 f rr,em'8 heru the I""1 o! Richmond, Mr. and Citizens National Bank OK C. O. Gruves. 0. GRAVES, Pres. A. ii IluinilUJii Andrew Uowuinn Mrs. Fannie Garrett, j9 r P. Uealtv. JOHN I.. DAVIS. C. W. BEAN. E. U. Ray. (if Sec-Tren- s. Mr. J. Einbry Allen; J. U. Fields' W. H. Piper. J. M. Wiglesorth, Ruh, Thos. P. Prather. AlU-r-t (!co. MoiiKloinery, Colored. the guest of her parents, MNtMhTKH. KV . a Renfro Wilson 3 a Wearren Joe, 2 a... wcarren Wm, 2 a West Charlie 10 a No. I White. Alma A. C. (n. r.) 227 u Ballard J.' Si u Brock Einmitt 20 a Brock Carlo 50 a Brock Jess 25 a Cornelius W. II. 50 a Davis Knos 1 a Edlin Bros, 15 a , Epps Chas (5. 01 a Holmaii J. M. 15 a Holmari Sam 10 :i Hopkins Frank 25 a I.emay Lewis Dr. Letcher 100 Martin Mrs. Elizabeth 12 u Miller Susan 0 a Parker Mrs Lucy 15 u Pulllns, Mrs. Clyde 15 a Robinson and Robinson 60 a Shelton I.isli 60 u Tudor Tom Williams Ed 1 a Willis M. V. 28 a Colored No. 4. 3 (Hi Mrs. Will Kish. Misses Mary and Estill Walker wer 8 95 0 03 in Stanford the past week for S. D. I 97 tiorUons lectures. s Miss Hettie Williams who is teaching ( near Maysvillt waa tlie guest of Mrs. hdd Williams the past Week. 11 O Mrs. Riddell and children I95 have Author home returned after a weeks 4 50 fi:w! visit with Mrs. Riddell at Kingston. Mrs. It. (!, Woods and Miss biaria 4 HI the :t 79 sent several days in Nicholanville 2ii 17 past week with Mr nnd Mrs John 2 32 White. Misses Maud and Minnie Conn und 35 85 4 75 5 13 I! 30 li 00 3 20 7 00 1 70 2 25 12 92 3 60 4 71 4 31 2 25 2 00 Clo.se of Husiucss Dec . Graham Tnylnr. 27. 1910, i .0 7(1, . Garrard. Weigher. J. J. Richardson. Oif rdritlu. rt.urul I'llMeLMiri'l U. H iou ileixillri (o LMilatlou mlti? Sioflvitf .AtHlii KUtt tlUl'OUIII UKSOritCKf. ti$K'.W kfutit lu Nvw Vork, rhd'HKo Htiil Ht. !otil 4, ui SVt ami fln from .roid rrm net In ttif r r f n uiltUaii,7J7 Aft (roui bnukninj liiiiL fVet amt fluti tr (other tlmit lnolU'ltxl l'i J2ori Oltitrt'tM'ok4ofilfttik In iht nmv clijrur lov it h rfixirtluir Unit niitwMt eliffk ami ottir Item ith 2U fQtf.nf ntlif r NHtlontil linuk tVlT1 Ktrif Junk i'At ptrcffitof isiltcrliiou hiiu hi nunkuiii iioiuu ,Vt Hi'tt tluw from . p.rtn i( tCtn'n 'r Uu aivrtit firm.oiu mj "t J o,ihi(. o ( ' t.nio I.0t4t The Farmers Home Lexington, Kentucky. To-baGG- O to Ji.iMt ft( x vh la la Burnside Faulkner Faulkner Faulkner Faulkner Faulkner Clay Bill Abe Sr. .') a Jane hrs, 2 a Win 2 a Edith 20 a la la 0 03 4 90 7 75 3 05 4 97 39 I. C. Rucker. Mr. and Mrs. John Stewart, Mr. and Mrs. Tandy Centers and Mrs. Jack Brandenburg were guest of Mrs. Sophia Treadway Sunday. Prof ling and hit English class took their play. "The AMicted Family" to Klrkaville Saturday evening and played to a large and appreciative audience, Monday evai quite a busy day in this village, Mr. and Mrs. (i. M. Treadway moved into their new home, Mr. and Mrs. It. J. Walker moved into the room vacated by them. Mr. and Ms. Rov Estridge took possession of the house vacated by the Walkers, Mr, Pal Rogers and sons moved to the Best place and Mr, and Mrs. U. O. Burgess moved to the Mays place. U hikI 'ift l.uwful In Hfnonnt tlun from llrivrte iWtik ' UeMomptloti fnii't wlili t'. K. 1rt4 r firr itriii lue (rout t H. n$tv ... in- - ii & fi ai uo ii 71 Warehouse. Located on Virginia Avenue and Q. S C. RY., Bridge, Between South Broadway and South Limestone. I7u it JJU0 oo K.aYijii IVJ.IMIOO Mi.onu ui Total Trtnri ... I.!AllILl'JU:s. CstMtMl wtork I'Nia lu Miiri'liix fund profit. rii.ii.l.it-- fmfl mtilUxru pUi .t.aij i Clri'tllMtlliK N0Ut iHitaUlnItliK . .VI hiiii nun to hd iiiti Mini imiiKfr (uihvr tlmti lucliuK'il In 'is. or An tut'lieck Lfxrurrvnt t'int', iui T.lrl Aid 161,111 IT The House To Sell With. Because this House Is Owned and Controlled Principally by Farmers, and the only house In Lexington run on the Flan, that is after deducting the running expenses and paying Six Per Cent, to our Stockholders, the Profits 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. 1. W. F.CIiaiiiii.Caabfrr of lh abort) mined liauk,floaiilinlilyawfarlliatUiu autiie ilai Dirtit la Una lu tliu bval n( my kuuH tilse aud W K. CbalUi. VMn uoUrt. Hubaerlbtd aud awuru to bvforw iu tbU 41b. il.ru I Jan mi. B.C. Utaur.Nularr I'ubllc. My ComuiUalou Kii'lrrs January l, CuaatiT AlKali II, V llviiaos. I J J IMUu. Dlrrcloti. t'erllrietf of iio(t Total luiuiu Hratsor KtMicnif, t'oiMvoriumu, U 0 .5 : LlUL. Wtlllll The Central Record, Thursday, January 1 1. 1917. BIG BDRLET Loose Leaf Tobacco Warehouse 612 South o A DIVER'S STORY Dy THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. r HOWARD C. BEACH Capitol $50,000. A. It OKNIiy. President' Surplus $30,000. Vice I'res't. S. 0. IJKNNY. Cashier. J. L. Utt.L, There arc two altiiiillon either of It. T. J. nhlih N rnlenlaleil, IiIoimI, to chill oiic'h when onn la In It. Olio It lip lu tlit; ti STOItMKS. Broadway. KENTUCKY. LEXINGTON, Come and see the way we handle our sale before you to sell. We will get for you the'hitfliest market decide where price for EVERY Basket. air, tho other nmler water. I liino liei ep lieen up III the nlr, but t h:ie liein imUcr water many times, I urn, or. lather. I w:ix, n prorex'lonal iller I ilhln't liilnlit tho enlllliB I mnslilereil It ilnnceruil!!, for hen proierly ilone OlvliiK In nrnior U not ilaliiieroui. The miiiio mny ho salil of nvl.illon, I lipcnme u diver In order I eeaned to he a to mnkf n llvlnu. liock under illver lifter receiving water I n:i hlrpil to K itonn to eiamlne a jii' lit that had lieeu otertunieil ami Blink In ii pile with n ilew to learning where the ehahiM weie to pi under litT to lift her I wn" told that the owner was n Helentlllc m.in. u great rtudeiit. 11 Jmmr, Asstt Cashier. Safety Samual Oeposit WE Alex Boxes It. Denny. For J. M, Rent. SOLICIT YOUIt BUSINESS. H. Posey, D. Cochran, Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. L. (Jill. Dr. W. J. E. Elliott. Director. 1c The Most Powerfully Efficacious Medicine Ever Sold in Lancaster, Ky. Tor eight years has been used and known with more confidence and satisfaction than any remedial medication known. In Full nature demands the assistance of u tonic medicine to assist the elimination or throwing olf of accumulated tilth from the human body, and if this natural assistance is denied or not furnished, then Kheumatism, Colds, Catarrh, Malaria and Consumption. Strip your tobacco carefully, get it in good case, bring it to us and we Q will do the rest. D r I Prompt, courteous attention. ling and selling tobacco. Every facility for hand- o HEItK IS A GOOD l'LACE TO STOP KOIt MTT1.K MONEY. LOUISVILLE HOTEL, LOUISVILLE, KY., Main St., between 6th and 7th. 2 people, $i()U each. 'i eople, 2.25 each. 2 eople, 2..10 eacli. The Only Hotel in tauisville Operated on tlit American hiiiI European Plans. Itooms without Hath hut with Hot nd Cold Itunninc Water. AMERICAN PLAN. single. i'l.W per ila, 7fi Kooins. (With Meals) M) Itooms sinnle, - &0 ht ilay; .Ml Front Itooms single. S.WI per ilay; Itmtna with Private llath: single, 3.U0 per day; M Itoorai Ml Itooms single, .'1.5(1 per clay; EUltOPEAN PLAN. Itooms without llath hut with Hot anil Cold Iiunnini; Water. ..single. $1.00 per day; f Itooms (Without Meali) .. single. 1.00 per day; M Itooms fii) Front Itooms .single, 1.50 per day; Kooins with Private llath: SO Itooms single. 1.50 per day: w) itooms .single, J.OO.per day; Itooms Without llath. 1.(0 and up; Itooms, With Private Hath, $l..'iO and up. IIKST EATINti PLACE IN TOWN. Hotel mid the Old Inn are located in the wholesale district and only a three-block- 2 eople, 1! eople, 2.76 each. U.IK) each. 2 people, $0.75 each. 1! people, t 00 each, 1.2.1 each. 2 people, people, people, 1.25 each. 1.50 each. n Invcslli-'alr-- r He hail Invented n illliitxT of hclentllle that had made him n great ri'putatlun. The wricking tu i.u i ' tM me that he uiih deteriuhiiil lo go down llh me, rather' for the M iiulli'ii of Ihi alhlng under water than for being of Kervtcc. When we Mood mi the w reeking boat putting on tho diver's uniform I cast a glance at my iliilug companion, on wIiom- - head they were aliout to put 'lie helmet. Why I did not then ami thero refUKo to go down with hlin I 1 KUpposo It was n disdon't know like to do Miuiethlng unpleasant. Sin1 gular that should have i willing to rlU n horrible death rather than do Miincllilng uiipteasaiit. lloweier. I presume It In the fame feeling that louipcW n man to cxpoe himself In battle to tvrtain death liec.HKc he it eipecteil to do ho. Mr. Cheney, my diving companion, went down by one ladder, I by allot her some twenty feet distant from hi'. The water was clear, anil the It, no that I nun was shining could mi' iilmiit me to a comparatively long dlManco. I kept an eye on Mr Cheney, who struck the yacht at the Imiw, 1 amldthlps. She had settled on her keel, arid her masts were nearly perpendicular. I was about to drop over the side to hunt for a place to get a BiipiHirt under her when my attention was attracted to Mr. Cheney lie had mounted the gunwale uud Motl with one hand on the ratlines. Then he began to go op hinid over hand. lie stopped a short dManco to drop, from the surface mid sliding his hand along the upright dele It Is Legally Guaranteed that is, every box Is parked and hacked by and with Legal Cuaran tee that (jets your money hack if fails to do what you expect it to is pure, sweet, fresh Koots and Herbs- Three boxes for One Hollar. 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. Eor indigestion, gas in the is the remedy most excellent stomach and bowels. It - I uu Why not go to Stormes Drug Store. Lancaster. Kv.. and get a three months treatment of for $1.00. Legally Guaranteed also get poets worth of Science Sope, made for human skin only and commends itself with own pur ity and sweetness. You should also remember to get a Zoc bottle ot Dakota Jack's Cowboy Liniment, for THE OLD INN, Louisville, Ky., Corner Sixth and Main Sts., European Plan Only. lnuivillp retail diitrict anil theatre. " The walk to the j. Louisville Hotel and Old Inn Company, Proprietors. tepes. This was certainly not making It seemed to me that he was amusing himself us n child might do going up and down, leiug nearly balanced by the density of the water. Not liking his actions, I stood where I was anil when he had gone up and down n few- - times ho let himself down on the deck and came toward .me. IHvers usually carry a knife, since thero Is a probability of needing one. At any rate, I had ono In a pocket lu my diving suit, and Mr. Cheney had lieen provided wllh one. He was obliged to mine slowly through the 1 was wonderwider, and meanwhile ing what his intention was In coming to me. As soon as he reached mo ho gave :ue n push ami at the same time made n grab for my signal Hue. In the tussle that followed I lost It. and he It- sprains, bruises burns, etc., as used by Itanclimeu. pains Cowboys, Scouts and Indians. No homes should be without it. All people can buy these rem- edies at STORMES DRUG STORE, Lancaster, Ky. Remedy Co. Dakoto 3729-31 Jack-White-Mo- on West Broadway. LOUISVILLE, KY. 1L 3 d 3C DC U '& :' E. C. MILLION, Pres. T. J. CUItTIS. Vice Prei. B. DBATHBKARB. :: Madison Tobacco Warehouse COM P A N Y . Near L. & A. I grasped I 1 & !iot. T. CAPITAL J. Curtn. J. $40,000.00 TelephsneTl. Marion'Coy, MltECTOUS B. C. Million. KJ P. Million. Dr. C. H. Vaught. B. Deatheragc. M. Hadcn, Some Late Sales at the Madison. II" $231.50. nvr. fc.15.fKi M3.K avr. 21. XI :iSI!.5l avr. 22. SO loUl Ihs Jean I.ong Lo.ir & Illakeman :i7iH) Ihs SlH5.l!t uvr. 21.2H Cornett it Anderson HVS5 lbs :u;s.yi avr. 2I.M :ib'J.07 nvr. 20.515 I7M lb Iawk & Naylor Jas. A. Ung m Walker 4 Coins S550 lbs Arhuckle & Curtis 3S0.1 lbs JU57.SU avr. $25.17 Dailey & Sanders 1!H5 Ihi Iii3.7ii avr. 23.35 .1. II. Davis y.V) Ihi 237.83 avr. 25.01 Coy & Duerson .1715 Ihs 819.3S avr. 22.09 Holers & Anderson 12S5 Ihi Lin. 07 avr. 20.17 i ! Lots more as good and better. These are just a few that Garrard County people know. OUR FLOOR AVERAGES ARE RUNNING FROM i $18.08 TO $19.44 The Madison House has sold nearly half a million pounds on the last five sales and here is the lowest average common crop lot we can find on the books 1470 lb $15.12 House Don't twliuvo oil yon licnr hbotit The Pioneer Cull us for inforiuiition. $222.33, Average our market and sell your tobacco at the Madison Open day and night, We will take care of you . I MADISON TOBACCO Incorporated. WAREKy HOUSE COMPANY. Third Street, L. & A. Depot, Richmond, 1 down so gently. I was some thirty feet under water, with neither llfu nor signal line, nt the mercy of a madman, for Ids actions I hail continued thut glitter lu his noticed Just before his helmet was put on. Why, the-- others had not noticed It I do not know, ciccpt that then' nro m things which, though plain to sumo, m are Invisible to others. The only article connecting me with the world above was tho air plle. I was getting plenty of air. but the inuuhic had proved himself stronger than I probably on account of his madness and If he interfered with the supply of nlr I (!) would suffocate. W' Having danced to his satisfaction. I Mr, Cheney started for me again. could see by the way ho held his head that ho wns observing my air tube to (: see where ho could cut It. for he held his kulfe stilt In his hand, evidently ipilte plcasisl whone.er u beiiui of sun-ligh- t glittered on It through the water 1 drew my own knife, determined. If necessary, to sae iny life by killing him. When ho came within n few feet of me ho Jumped and, catching th ID tube nl'iiii' my head, severed It. He must hae pulled on Ids signal line, for I saw him rise rapidly. There was enough nlr In my helmet to pro-veInstant suffocation. I nw ulnivo mo one chance for eseiipe, the feet of I ns Just lu my would he destroyer. 'S. time, by n spring, to reach mi uiillo to kick me off, with one hand. He tried hut I not only hung on, I clutched the other ankle w ith my other hand. With a dculh grip I waa drawn to tho surface. That Is nil 1 knew till I caiiiu to my-se- lf on tho deck of tho wrecking boat, my helmet removed uud u number of anxious faces bending over luo Mr. Cheney la now lu an luuiiio asy S3 lum. I aui a retired diver. I have ner. li r iluce been under water. I 1 I 1 A that so much strength and aglllty could be My antagonist utilized under water. got Ids anus around my body uud. pulling his kulfe from Ids belt, cut tho rope connecting my waUt with the men nbove. Then he began to danco about on the deck, evidently delighted that ho could Jump so high and come I would not have I $4.00 I I ONE YEAR. $2.00 SIX MONTHS s I COURIER-JOURNA- L ee ! I Daily By Mail (NOT SUNDAY) anil i: I n I I 1 1 in FARM and FAMILY A GREAT MONTHLY MAGAZINE 9. I I I I ! DURING JANUARY AND 8 ill SpeciallRate FEBRUARY ONLY. Period Limited to These Two Months. 8 I I i 9 ! I 1 I I I I Splendid Combination at a Little Over Half the Regular Price. Subscription onlers nt this rate will bo accepted only Courier-JournAgent in this district, when sent through regular al I I I f I Hit 'Ml I 1 m R. E. McRoberts, COURIER-JOURNAL Lancaster. Ky. I CO., Louisville, Ky. The Central Record, Thursday, January 'txir j I, 1917. ! FARMGR'S COLUMN 1 FOR RENT r'oii SaI.K-- An oak china cabinet, papeta contain, in flaming headlines, thu consumation nf : a deal in that city, wliereliv one of (lie largest department stores was recently .. u taken over by W'm. MacWilllams, who iM Ml ot aloe, gisin anil "nrli lhlti on jo.T-t- f sltoM lo mlw 1m u Ihe dinner c.iinoi owns a chain of such stores over rlfl tlo nolle "III lit, FOR SALE. the United States and that Win. Vox cnljr In wo l.ne. of llie Urn, sad t.111 Logan, a former Lancaster boy will icoitn. Irrvolehtrrt' Garrard County land 16IJ acres of tie manager in charge of the entire rent, near llyattsville, now ready to Rrow 32 acres of good hemp land for We know that "Willie Kox" To capitalist, busl store. j any crop desired. V. S. Kmliry. can turn the trick and his friends here square piano hom. STOp. LOOK and l.ISTKN. are proud of hi protnotior. FOR Itryantsville tol)llcco $a) 00; hemp $ir..); corn ?5 (H); rncc20. l'hono 40-Miss Georgia Dunn. w,eBt no. 1'rice tint, per acre. Phone IS7J. Lexington, Ky. Wilkes-Harre.'a- ., Livery Stable or Garage Centrally loca- ted next to Hotel. hllm Hill htslllll ln llie eseln. oio..r..r,n,r ,uwiiimt....hi'i- - ioi; Mrs Rella Arnold Francis apply to this office. j'for 1917. POSTED The undersigned hereby fJe warning to all persons not to trespass upon our lands for any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all oircqdcrs to ful Hunters and. law lest extent of Fishermen especially take notice. it. 1.. F.lkin Kd & N H Price Mrs Rebecca J. West. W. R. Cook. James (S. Conn, II, C. Arnold. C. Morgan J. P. Wand. Long llros II. and W. S. Wenver W. T. West. J. Itooth Sutton. W. I. Lawson and son. Howard King, J. II. Rigsby Miss Carrie Iloulden, John Richardson, J. C. Riesby. J. It. Woods. A. C. Miles, Jno. M. Farra. J. II. Thompson, David Steven. II. I.. Kelly. S. C. Rigsby. Frank Thompson. I)r M. Anderson. J. 11. Thompson. Am and Ful llourne. Davis Sutton Mrs. J. Wade Walker. Dave Dudderar W. II. Cummins. P. H. Thompson. Wm. LeaV. Jerry Wand. John Talum. W. S. Ferguson, Mrs F.inma Iligginbotham. Navlor Mrs. K. I Fraiee J. William Humphrey. CUytonJIIumphrey Walker Uradshaw. W. T. llradihaw. R. L. Arnold. John Pendelton. Peachy Grow. Sam Clark. T. It. Slavin. J. I Dozier. We will add other names for 25 cent Draw A Check for (lie monfiy youuvc ntul note how much more res- '"' ' pectfully your creditors you. They like to do business with ti innii who hns mi account nt the Garrard SAI.K:-Rosew- ood Bink & , J. Trat Go. t. I Ileware of Imitations. Other seed is The , Lost in Lancaster, Jan. 2nd, h dark being : sold under their names. It..-- ' it,... I i k?iniiuniK ui t,ui- yellow shepherd dog, about grown. Keiiuillf lllliiwrw ley Tobaccs Seed raised by II. U Kelly T. L. Yantis, Under please call and Sons, can be procured only from Phone2l8-Q- . the raiser and is not genuine unless put of For Sale: Malleable Ranie in good up in packages bearing a Application is now Mrs. Sallie Sanders. their signature. condition. pending in the U. S. Patent Office for For Sale: Two milk cows, fresh in the registration 0 their signature as a April. Both young and good milkers. trade mark and nil infringements will Two well be prosecuted. Also 4 Shetland ponies. Seed picked from best selected pods, Fred J, Conn, 1.4. broken. i produced by champion Hurley tobacco FOR SAl.K: One pair dark bay growers of Kentucky for the past 2." mare mules IS hands, gentle and work years. Send all mail Price $1. per ounce. qualities, extra good. C. II. Green. Paint Lick. to U. L. KELLY & SONS. Route2. Ml. R. F. D. No. 1. Lancaster Kv. Kort SAI.- K- 1 dozen Plymouth Rock pallets, 75 cents each, also fl cockrels $1.1)0 each. W. S. Kmliry. 4 M; KELLY TOBACCO They know he la doyig business in a business liko way. lletter open such an account even if your a Hairs are? not large. TnfV will grow all right. SEED. ' Stearns. The Ultimate Gar. America's Birst Knight Motor - Car. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company :... i.j. The Car For Luxury, Pride and Service. If Interested, write or phone t. ARMY Ed. C. Benckendorf WILMORE, KY. cash. Born! Mules 1 A Southern Gentleman! your mules, 5 to 10, years old i5 hands to 6 hands high. Will buy Am. in position to- - pay highest price. W. B. BIJET01T, LANCASTER. KY. I It was midnight, cold and dark. The cal- SHELBURNE-- The man that told you not to "FINHOOK" your Tobacco, for prices Would Be High. I endar told the date Monday, November 4th, 1901. They tell me I opened my eyes and blinked in the glare of the big electric lights. Around me were men in spotless white talking in low tones. "Jim," one said, "we have been watching for this little fellow for a long while and now he's here." Jim picked me up, looked me over, struck a match and took a long, deep puff. Then he took another. "Gentlemen," he said,"He is perfect. Quality does tell. You can't fail to recognize good blood. His mother was a Virginian, his father an aristocrat of the Carolinas. He comes from the very best stock the very sweetest, ripest, mellowest Virginia and Carolina tobacco, and we will raise him right in one of the whitest, cleanest, healthiest homes on earth." Even then I was glad all over to hear his words. It is a great thing to have real breeding behind you, to know who your folks are. It starts a fellow right We Folks of the South KNOW good blood. We Folks of the South KNOW good tobacco. eShelburne House Is Free of uny Trust and Combine and is the Best Lighted House in That is why I just had to have heaps of friends down South here. I want you, Mr. Reader, for one of my friends, and it means a whole lot when I say I am guaranteed by Buy me If you don't like me return me to your dealer and get your money back. I have said it. A Southern gentleman is known the world over for keeping his word, and I have given you mine. . LEXINGTON, KY. Free stable room and courteous treatment to jt w reign Cigarettes Titt 4EiVTLBMAN OF THE SOUTH all. Bring Your Tobacco To Us. SILAS SWORE PRES.