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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): January 18, 1917 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1917 cen1917011801_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 18, 1917 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1917 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE CENTRAL RECORD. TWENTY SEVENTH YEAR. LANCASTER. KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON, JANUARY 18. 1917. -- NUMBkR 42. Ibb 7t? Feed the Hirds. Oh the Know, the beautiful nnow! The l"5 woods are full of prospective INTERESTING NUMBER Of Kentucky Slate Historical Society. fiTS fPrS HfSl frafSI f ra raJ finrrP Kri ri rJ f sf?5) fm751 frarHl fmr vs Ill candidates. The January number of "The Regi- Look t the label on your paper, and If you owe TUB RBCORD anything send in the money. The high coat ot paper of together with tlm K)tnr of our subscribers make It verv unpleasant when the time comes to make out our payroll. We trust that hint to the wise wilt be suflicient. 3 Why did the Indians quit scalping ster." of the Kentucky State Historical Society, has nrrived and 'ns usual is people, there are as many people need filled with interesting historical sketch inn it as ever. es from cover In enwr. Bvcrything is going up- - Monkeys One of the most interesting articles have advanced from eight dollars to is from the facile pen of Mrs Hliza An eighteen dollars pvr head. Herring, entitled "Whitley derson Mansion " 60 per cent, Protein Tankage, with This mansion, built in Kentucky in shorts, liett for growing hogs. Kur sale 17W.-bv William Whitlev. near Crab Hudson, Hughes & Karnau liy Orchnrd. within view of the Old Wil. derness trail stands a monument to his One nt the greatest inconveniences occasioned l V tha heavy snow fall, was memory who at the aire of sixtv-fiv- e the btucding of the "street car traffic" joined the war of 1812. It is also a constant reminder ef the dauntless In the city of Winchester. spirits of that age when parleylngs The week's interchange of notes be- with Indians were orten held within its tween the warring nations of Burope walls. must he extremely Ulscouraging to persons who arc hoping for an early peace. The snow begun in the gloaming To wade through it make you weep, Now it cuvers the entire county With a whiteness two feet deep. I YOUR ACCOUNT IS DUE. i I la is PLEASE CALL AND SETTLE. DEMAND FOR MULES 6? 3F1E1E 3 GIG DG Make Many Sales Here In The Past Week Quite a number of mules have chang ed hands in this county in the past week, and at prices said to have been satisfactory to the seller. Mr. W. II. Uurton purchased thirteen in London last Monday that cost on an average of $143 a head. He also bought three mules of Henry Ison of Iiuena Vista, at $11.1 each; four of John Ruble of Hoyle, at the same money; three of Mitchell TBvlnr, that were extra nice, at $1W) a head and a pair of IE. K. THIS MEANS YOU. CONN OTHERS. Hardware. Lancaster, Ky., Jan 17, 1917. Sir.- Mr. Z. A- femes. Lancaster. Ky. - In reply to your letter of recent tlatc asking about souk; of the points on the Avery Chill Plow. Kindly permit n to nnswer next week through the Central Record thnt your friends mny share with yon in this intornmtion nbont which every Fnrnier is interested in. who innkcs use of this plow. Home of the important points of the AVERY CHILL PLOW, which is creating such a demand for them. The people of this country are considering the high cost of living more seriously than any other iut now. It is a subject of debate around the even ing lamp, about the fireside and about the table. Much of it is due to personal indifference, extravangance and waste. The mure thought given to the subject the sooner will there be a reversal in this tendency, Over 115 million tons represented the Speaks for $275. Mr. Uurton sold 25 head of southern coal output of Kentucky last year. A tax of live cents per ton, of the output, mules, to R. II. Rest, of Warsaw N. C. would not be burdensome on anybody, at an average of $180. Mr. Best also and the revenue to the State would tie purchased a load of 2.) mules of R. I . $1,0.001) per year. This would be Hubble ane Son of Lincoln, for $182.50 ullicient .to provide for Kentucky's a head. J. B. Robinson fold 18 herd to present delicit and for what is needed W. R. CiHk, for the southern market, for future expenses, when added to at $175 each. Shirley Hudson sold R. what is already being paid in. A ton K. Speaks a nice team of horse mules, bushels, for $375. of 'coal is about twenty-fivand five cents on a load, or twenty cents on a hundred bushels. itn't much SNOW. e RECORD-BREAKIN- I HASELDEN BROS. Lancaster, Kentucky when we come to think of it. SELLS Conn 3 Brothers. JGH1 Mr. Will Itice Amon sold this week a splendid jeraey row to Mr. J. II. Dal-to- n for $100. She was a beauty and saiil to havu been u splendid milker. K Heaviest In Years. "COW. The heaviest snow in the history of Kentucky fnow covers the ground. Traffic has t.cen at a standstill all week for the first time in the history of rural mail carriers they were not able to make their routes some of them making the attempt but had to come in finding many (drifts that would completely cover a horse. The snow fell steadily all day Saturday, Sunday being too cold, it suspended operation and began again Monday continuing until fully twenty inches of snow had fallen. All trains were delayed, the most serious delay being that of No. 28 which leaves Louisville at I'fAO a. m., coming in five hours late. Much destitution follows in its wake, considerable suffering in families where the breadwinner is ill, has been reported and relieved. The roads leading to town being blocked and impas9ablo has caused school to hold only half the day as no country children are present. All tobacco markets are at a standstill as is every other business. Mr'Marion Johnson returning from Danville Monday with empty wagon spent the entire day on road. An unusual exptrience was that of Mr. Jim Yautis, who together with his wife, drove into a snowdrift and had to be dug out by neighbors. T Collections ! Bills and Claims of all classes are collected by our System everywhere. We make absolutely no charge unless the money is actually paid to you or us. LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. JURY HONEY READY. lJI IE Mr. J. J. Walker, Jr. trustee of the jury fund, informs us that the money is ready for distribution to those who t i.rv.il ilnrini. tha lust V v mli.r turn) Turn over a few bad debts to us and watch us J gei ine money. a. A of Cirtuit Court. What Our Ads Tell You The goods in the store hack up. It isn't that wny everywhere is it? Generally what is printed is better than what the I v 1 TV FIFTY-SI- X BELOW. I It will pay you to investigate our proposition. I 1 I I III The Sanders Mercantile rsr.A 1 Agency Phnn.OtO i In remitting for her subscription to the Record, Mrs. J. It. Albright, of llruddock. N. I)., inclines to make fun of us out hero when we complain of the weather being eight above zero, at which time it was sixteen below thera and at one lime this winter the merbelow zero. We cury went to fifty-siwill not complain of any more cold weather here. of (Insti- - Coy S. Sa.idtrs, Marmcer. IM.lrr IVnat aiflu I avlnntnn store sells. Hut we arc particular in this regard. Particular to have SUCH eatables that exaggeration is quite unnecessary So when you rend a statement about what this store sells, you don't have to discount it to get nt the truth. Just take what we say nt its face value, and you will find no cause for dissatisfaction. NAMED A GOOD MAN. Theo Currey. M.S. HATFIELD fe IE DENTIST. 1'IIONBS i Ollico 5. I Residence 37i. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. W. 0. RIGNEY Funeral Lancaster, Director and Embalmer. Kentucky. Ollico Phone 18. Residence Phone 33. The selection of Mr J. B. Dickersor, tn serve out the unexpired term of Dr. J. 1!. Kinnnird, as trustee of the Lancaster Graded school was a wise selection end no better choice could have On account BANKS tieen made by the board. OFFICERS. of his olliciat osition as surgeon of the I. and N. railroad, Dr. Kinnaird resign- Few Changes In Directory of Garrard ed, after several years of faithful serBank. vice. The appointment of Mr. Dicker-so- u a popular one and we congratuis The annual election of the several late the board on their choice. oilicers of the three banks of the city was held the first Tuesday in tho year of the PURITAN ON THE SQUARE. and resulted in the entire ollice force of each bank. Mr. J. S. Haselden, proprietor of the In the naming of the directors of the "Puritan", has recontlv "old one half Garrard Hank und Trust Co, one change interest in the business to Mr. Carl wus made, Mr. A. II. llrowu Jr, was Acton, who has been mumigiug it m added to serve in the place of Alex successfully for him for the past two Walker, who has moved to I.awton, years. They are moving from tlieir Oklu, Mr. W. R. Cook, succeeding Mr. old stand to the Hemphill corner ami Walker as Vice President. will be open for business by the end of The following .nake up the officers the preoent week. The rooms are be- and directors of tl is bank. It. B. ing fitted up olegantly and they will be President. W. R. Cook. better prepared thuu ever before to J. W. Blmore. Cashier, W. the hungry public to rpecial S. Hopper, Assistant Curhier, C. M. lunch s, sandwiches, collee and in fact Thompson, Directors-- It. HooKkeeper. most an. thing one should call fi.r. We B. McRoberts, W. R. Cook, A. II. new firm, even greuter bespeak for the Ilrown, Jr., T. J. Price, J. B. Robinson success than ever before. J. II, D.ilton, V. It. Marksbury, V. A. Lear and W. II. Ilrown. The officer und directors of the I" THE WEIGHT OF SNOW. zens HanK are II. K. Hudson, Jl're-- . Few people realize the weight of W. I dent, J. J. Wulker, snow when it falls to tho depth of the Champ, Cashier, W. O. Rigney, Asn preeut one, which is estimated to tart Cashier, Joe J, Wulker. Ilookkeeu uverage about twenty inches. To give er. Directors -- II. l' Hudson, J, ,1, one an idea of the immense weight of Walker, T, M. Arnold. S. L. Uibb. many inches, was clearly demonthis Shirley Hudson, L. L. Walker. strated Monday morning on the scales The National Hank officers and direc. of Hudson, Hughes and Karnau, wlisn tors are as follows; A. R. Denny, they decided tu weigh the amount that President, J. B. Stormes, V. Pres, S. fell on the scales from Saturday evenC. Denny, Cashier, R. T. Bmbry, Asst. ing until Monday morning. The scales Cashier, J, L. (Jill, are 22 feet long by 8 feet wide and the Directors are S. D. Cochran. Alex R. snow weighed exactly 920 pound. Many Denny, J. II. Posey, J. B. Stormes, S. of the flat roofs of the town have been C. Denny, J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Blliott. cleaned otr and some anxiety was felt when they realised the weight of ths Cotton seed meal for sale. Hudson, Hughes and Farnau. "beautiful." -Hook-keepe- r, Old Hickory Wagons. There Is None Better Our Prices on these and Buggies are just right. Let us show you. W. J. ROMANS. siiMissit The Central Record, Thursday, January 18, 1917. I IK "1 t a, thousands hnvo found help In a valuahln tonic with special In catarrhal conditions. The aim l In clean out waste matter, to illepcl the catarrhal Inflammation, nnd tone up the whole system. Its users wllllncly testify that it has ilnnn nil this nnd even more for catarrhal sufferers. What It has done. Is the best proof of what It will do. You may rely on 1'eruna. In tablet form ft I. rtlensant to take nnd cosy to administer. iti n n a 1 1 rt TnMefa urn the Ideal laxatlvo and liver tonic. They have no unpleasant effect nnd do not form n hab- DRIVING OUT CATARRH If pfopl knew how thn prcsenea of catarrh la a constant mcnarr, Ihry would have nono of It. It Infeati noma part of tho delicately nnjuiipd uouy ana maKcn it useless, thus throning on thn other arcana moro than their share) of work. It KfTorda a carefully prepared bed for tho Kcrma of colds, crln, tuberculosis nnd pneumonia, it ao disarranges Nature's delicate plana ns to make posalblo asthma, hay fever and other rtsplratory (lis orders. It spreads until It becomes systemic, thua Involving many and debilitating tho entire system with serious results. catarrh Is easily neglected, and It rarely Rets well of Itself. It needs proper medicinal correction. For almost half a century ninny HOME T0Bfl660WflRE HOUSE The market opened today strong on all grades. Last Mon- day we sold One Hundred and Forty Six Thousand and Ninty Five pounds which gave an average of $19.06. Below are a few of our sales for the Dast week: S 28.U0 N ,,t,a ol Dr. Wm. D. Pryor, ic. Veterinary Surgeon J Olllce and Dentist. at Itainey a Liverj Stable Kcntuiky I Lmicnster. -- ' Whitnker W. F. & Olillieltl 1925 pounds So9.".13 nvenijjc Ed Uroaddiis 170.1 2(505 31(55 pounds $ 138.11 nvcrniJe 5 21.10 pounds pounds 172.2(5 nvcriijjc 582.57 nvcriiHo 72332 nvcrnjlc 22.81 efficacy S. L. Liiyton Smith Thompson & nrruulilus pounds 1320 pounds 2105 pounds 1 SOS 127.(i3 nvcrnfie 23.(5!) 22.(53 nvrrnjle 157 15 nverntfe 21.73 Armer llisle .1. V Prntlier Iliinic & Konrns 755 pounds 22.:u, 20.88 ft". H UlM. Marrow, Criiiluiitr Optician Fitted HatlaLrt, ,ti ii.mul.ed Mnt Tusscy 1715 pounds 535(5.77 iivtTafic 520.28 J.E.EDWARDS, M.D TH JSS HUME T Incorporated. W P Phone 391-- BUCKEYE, KY. it. 10c, :5c Ths Parana Co Colambue. O. w - Richmond, Kentucky- Mr. and Mrs. Robt T. Hruce were hosts at a course dinner on Friday eve-ning, complimentary to Mr. nnd Mrs. W. M. Bright. Mr and Mrs Thomas I'. Ilright and Mr and Mrs Morrison Bright. 1 ( j .an, A K. CARTERS VILLE. Mrs. Honaker Fine Cut Flowers. J. T. Allen is still on the sick list. Mrs. Eliza Conn who has been very sick is better at this writing. Mrs. E. B. Whitted visited her mother Mrs. Eliza Conn last Wednesday. Miss Eva Merryman visited her sister, Mrs, T. A. Green at the week's end. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Green visited Mr. and Mrs. Emered Clark last Sunday. Mr. D. C. Gabbard purchased a nice bunch of hoes in Jackson county last week. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Green was the cuest of their aunt Mrs. S. M. Davis last Friday night. Mr. Earnest Gabbard who has been in Jackson county for some time returned home last week. Mrs. l'earl Davis and children and Mrs. H. C, Iloain and Mrs. Dora Davis visited Mrs. George Davis last Tuesday STANFORD William Carson was in Lancaster Tevis- - Sunday. Welch Rochester attended the Kaulconer wedding at Danville. Marshall Boone, of Milford, Ohio, is the guest here of relatives and friends. liss Leila Garner, of near Crab Or- chaad, has been the guest of Miss Nell Newland. Mrs. W. C, Wilson is the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gastineau, at Middlesboro. J. P. Gover has returned after a visit to his daughter. Mrs. C. E. Cower at i'ontiac, Mich. Mrs. W. A. Tribble has been confined to her home for several days on Bccount of illness. Mrs. J. U. I'axton has been the recent guest of her mother. Mrs. Jane Hobinson at Lancaster. Mrs. C. E. Miller of Rochester, 111., has returned home after a visit to her John M. McRoberts. Christian church at Corbin, preached at the Christian church here Sunday morn- - g IN 13 ing Bnd evening in the absence of Rev. J I). M. Walker, who went tn Shelby vtlle ' 3 to deliver a sermon on Sunday morning J STUDY THESE SUGGESTIONS. 1. Pay your bills by check, and have your wife pay her bills by check Rev. W. O. Foster nnd Mrs. Foster, C Miss Ophelia Lackey was called to schemes. Harrodsbuig last week on account of who have been in Atlanta (5a, for sev - '& '1. Never lend an efcr to I). Follow some system In saving Do not be haphazard about it Mrs. cral years, have moved to llartselles. ? the death of her Kentucky Paint Lick, t. Rent a safe deposit box for your valuable papers. Samuel C. Lackey. The interment oc- Ala, where Mr. Foster has accepted service we oiler. curred Sunday atternoon at Harroda-butf- i. the pastorale of the Christian church. fl 5. Make free use of Ihe t!. Teach the child the value U money liy giving them an allowance Mrs Foster was formerly Miss Paulino p Jl. Casey, ). V. JI. I locker of this city. n T. Meet your friends at this bunK tor transacting important business The Stanford Creamery have declarOn Saturday the stockholders of the ed their first dividend recently. There Veterinary are about GO farmers interested in this State Dank & Trust Company, whose (iMiliiutt' Vcicriunry enterprise, which is entirely a co oper- bujiness was taken over by the First OF LANCASTER. KV. ative afTair and is doing a fine work in National Hank, received notice that Collie J. J. WALKER. Vice Fiest. F. HUDSON. President. another stock dividend was made by this community. DANVILLE. KENTUCKY Job J. WaI.KKIi, Jr.. O. I'.lC.NKY. Ass't Cah r the First National Hank. This is the Carl A. Carter is carrying mnil on W. F. CHAMP, lashier. fourth dividend declared on stock since . Rural Route No, ii, until a carrier is taken bv the First National Hank. appointed, since Francis Weatherford resignej. Examination will he held T. N. Aldridge, p( this city and Miss here on January 27. for rural carriers Kathenne Mailt, an, of Frankfort, were FUNERAL DIRECTOR of Stanford and Crab Orchard. married at Frankfcrt on January nh. Object In Old Saying. BOOKKEEPING Mr. Aldridge is the only son of .Mr and Olllce Over National Hank. To break a mirror was abl to brine Miss Sue Taylor Engleman enterBuslnets.Fhonogriphy TYPEWRITING and Ilteildence t'hone H. (Wife Phone 'It tained tho Dixie Rook Club at her Mrs II. I). Aldrige of this city, while set en years of hut! luck. Thin must TELEGRAPHY home on Lancaster street Thursday Mrs. Aldridge is a very attractive have been xtartiM by oiniHiue who I.ANCASTKIt, KV. They have hoped that the feur nf bad luck would WILBUR R.SMITH BUSINESS COLLEGE afternoon. A very pleasant afternoon young lady of Frankfort. M4 MrNMr,iMBsrJ l4lff if llMt returned to this citv and will soon coknuse everybody about the hotie ti III lpfftM.i In .rr'lli was spent with this charming hostess. t trtktaix '"eful. " tfiiiiT 3V,w ate art lrt.lnl l. !!!. m to housekeeping on East Main, where i,,e Delicious refreshments were served. liF ' that would be due to fluent break- - Iontw Wl 1.11111 K ' niTII,l-Blnlm-.. Hf. thev have the best wishes of their Ini; of mirrors, Rev. R. G. Sherre, pastor of the many friends. HONOR ROLL h. j. Patrick, sister-in-la- ' I John e Citizens National Bank Surgeon. 1 5H. J. A. Beazlev ffof ?' ! -- Ladies Coats. Mens and Boys Suits to close out at cost. G. C. COX, Manse.Ky PROFIT By Living The Safe way. We met a man on a soliciting trip about one year ago, and talked with him about keeping his property insured and living the safe way, and today he is $1500.00 better off than he would have been, had he delayed as hundreds are doing. You I'hone Olhce Hours 1'- - M. K. Denny and W. A. WheelEi Doctors Of Denial Surgery. Umc HnildttiKoirt Hurt A hlci urnuiirr wit iff l.ANCASTni, KKNTUCKY. t(,rm-t oil brother, J. C. Eubanks. J. C. Eubanks has been confined to his home on East Main for several days suffering with poison oak. Mesdames Edgar Turley and Win. Arnold of Richmond, have been the guests of Mrs. IC. T. Ilruce. Mrs. J. 11. Perkins entertained the Ileulah Walker Saturday afternoon at her home on East Main street. Mrs. Jesse D. Wearren has returne horn a from Lancaster, where she has been the guest of relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. James II. Wright and little son, Lulian, have returned from Nashville where they spent several days. Mrs. Jessie Stagg and daughter, Miss Elizabeth, are in llustonville the guests of her daughter, Mrs. Will Rllfe. Mrs. Lucy Miller Hartley, who lias been confined to her home for several weeks on account of illness is able to be out. Miss Gertrude Wilkinson has returned home after a visit to relatives und friends, at Lexington, Danville and TREES Kverylliini Write for frte Cutnlniiue. No AjUs Fruit and Shade Trees Shrubs. Graoe Vines, Rhubarb. AsoaraRus. Roses, Phlox, Peonies for Orchtml. Ijiwii mid Garden. say "what caused the loss?" LIGHTNING something that could not have been guarded against by any manner of care that could have been exercised. H.F.Hillcnmcycr & Sons. It'll. JOHN I.exiii(j(on, Kentucky. mm WHITE & CO. LOUI8VILLC, KY. DANGER o stares you in the face each hour you go without surance. in- Llb.ral sortmaat and lull valua paid MRS and Nldoa Cast Bklas Jefferson School v Law. WHY DELAY. Just take time to call us or write a postal and we will come and do the needful, and ease of mind you will afterward experience Is worth many times the cost. Two cents a day will go a long way in insurance HIGHEST PRICES PAID lUmllUnc M!ld on Day Shipment U I'. I' ' 'I 4 Liberty. Miss Lyles Cooper left last Wednesday lor Nashville, Tenn., where she will spend several months with her relatives and friends. J, S. Owsley spent several daya lust week with his wife at Franklin. Mrs. Owsley who has been suTering from a broken ankle is getting along nicely, Mrs. E. C. Walton was In Louisville several daya last week. Her sister, Mrs A, I. Mima of Catlettsburg, met her there ai.J they spent the time together. Mr and Mrs Dan Tray lor left Sunday for Montgomery Ala, to visit Mr and Mrs E. L. Dudderar and from there they will go farther south for the re- V.S'V'J'! Jill ELLIOTT tMtfc nrt m.KLSAXES, S. ' I iltK -. Lnr .Jlc, Jir, KEMPER & WOODS. Ktcivl Tail No Commission Writ for Prk SLipplag to Pay U.I nd PAINT LICK, KENTUCKY. M. Sabel & Sons LOUISVILLE. KY. mainder of the winter. The Central Record, Thursday, January 18, 1917. lies the Christmas tree, Its tlutv done; Of alt Its baubles, Timn'a decree ('reserves not one. The gif ts of late arrayed below Its bound m state Those rapture-givinplaythings oh, We mourn their fate. The precious doll's resplendent hair, Alack, is thorn! The picture-boo- k of panes rare Is rudely torn. Three days the battered ball hath lain In cold neglect; The ino'or car and railway train Are wholly wrecked. And Noah's ark across the tide No more can sail. The rocking-hors- e hath lost his prid- eIn fact his tad. Yet wherefore should we sadly cling To waning joys. When the Christmasses shall bring Unbroken toys? Then, tho small hands must wreak their will, As in our day. Give thanks, above the wreck, that Dismantled No matter how good your car may be- - -- you must Good Service! t. 1 TtC W IMI1 III IB) 1 II I III MB First of all, of course, you want to get the very best car obtainable. But it is also as important that you get a car backed up by the right kind of dealer service. certain to be There or less attention more is an adequate of replacement parts on hand at all times. Also any part that we might not have may be secured by us from the Maxwell Motor Company hours. within twenty-fou- r We supply keep performance as thousands of other owners are reporting. we believe the very best in the light car field backed by Good Service these are worth why you while should consider the Maxwell Car before you buy. A good car yOhLooldV I can eat 'em all still God's lambs will play. -- Life. they m won't hurt cause thi r.- - THE VANISHING SHAKERS. be- rui!o with Calu- ! That's needed in time accidents and w h c n may occur such things do happen you want to know that your car will not be put out of use for any length of time. This Service makes sure that your Maxwell Car gives you the perfect satisfaction it is capable of giving. reasons From Kentucky comes the story of three aged survivors of a once largo colony of Shakers making arrange ments to have their lands valued at more than $1,000,000 revert to the State. Thus is passing one more of kAr Cxi RccclveJ lligtieit Award, -- !, til, It removes any doubt about your finding the Maxwell as remarkable in !ncorioratt(l. We arc also prepared to take care of owners of former models of the The Rex Garage Co. Walter Hammack. Mgr. the picturesque little Shaker communities that dotted theMEast and Middle West aftr the coining of Mother Ann Lee. "'the elect lady" from England in There are only u few of them left. Probably the total number of Shak ers in the country is far below the 1,000 that they mustered when the last enumeration was taken half a dozen Years ago. Forty years ago they num177-1- $ 635 r. O. B. DF.TUOIT bered 4,000. Most of the colonics in passing have left riches in land and buildings, for the Shakers have been thrifty and industrious. History will probably place their religion on the long list of freak isms and ologies that have risen und fallen, but there has been much in the simplicity and purity of the Shaker life to make the thoughtful ponder. Shakerism has been defined as spiritualism grafted to Quaker theology, with Cheap and big can Baking Powder3 do not celibacy and communism thrown in; but save you money. Calumet does it's pure hardly does it justice. The quaint and far superior to sour mill: and soda- that drab life of the celibate communities has won few converts in this generation and the adoption of children has not No, That's Safety First kept psce with tile passing of the aged. A practical philanthropist Is a matt The last Shaker community will hardly who cun play the llute and won't. linger more than a few years longer. Anaconda Standard. Iioston Herald. fmnjiatlz Frlendllneaa, COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF LAND. show their friendliness when meeting by shaking; hands six or eight times. Arabs of distinction go beyond this they embrace each other several times. Jtje Arabs IN TOBACCO ft K GARRARD CIUCUIT COURT. - - TO - - LANCASTER TOBACCO WAREHOUSE STANFORD, STREET fT G, IK A. Speith Company MANAGERS. k Eliza Hume, et al, HaintitTa VS. David Iiolton, et al, Defendants. t'ursuant to a judgment rendered at the November Term. lltlU. the under signed Commissioner will sell at public auction io me nignest huh nest bidder, before the Court House door in Lancas , let-Ky, at 11 o'clock A. M. or there' abouts, on MONDAY, JANUARY 22nd. 1917. it being the first day of the (iarrurd County Court term, the real estate mentioned in the pleadings und described as follows; HI In Uarrard County, Kentucky, on the waters of Long Itrancli and bounded its follows: Ileginning at a stake in said branch; thence up the same S DJ V 22 poles to u stake; thence leaving said branch S sOJ E tl poles to a stake; thence N OJ E 22 poles to a stake; thence N KUJ W ! poles to the beginning, containing 1 acres. 2nd, Tract; In the same County and State und adjoins the above tract and Ileginning at a bounded as follows; stake on the East bank of said Long Branch, thence S M)J K U poles to a stake, thence N SJ W It poles to said Long II ranch, thence S lilj E 21 poles to a stake on said Long Hranch, poles thenco a new line S 74 E 25 to u beech; thence S 81 E 23 ll poles u locust, thence S AS E 1 1 to poles tn u atake on Charles Hume line, thence S 10J Xi polos to u stone, corner to said Taylor, thence a " w 's poles to a stake in the head of a hollow, with the meanders. S (Hi V 10 wles S 75 W H poles S 71 W II poles N S0J W 22 pole to ii stone on the West bank of said Long Hranch ami corner to said Sam 'lavlor; thence down said Itrancli N I! J conE 0 5.10 poles to the beginning, taining 1.1 acres and ;t roods. The purpose of said sale is to divide the proceeds among the plalutiirs and defendants herein as their rights may Concentrated Cider. Concentrated cider, which keeps better and Is much less bulky than the ordinary product, ran be made by freezing anil eentrlfugallzlng, which eliminate water and leave behind sugar and llmor. Rocks Decay From des-er- t The rocks In the lire said to waste uwny even more rapidly than - exposed IIicmto continuous water erosion, an example being Southwestern deserts, where the change of temperature from in degrees at coon to 70 or mi at night causes stone to crumble rapidly under the extremes of cxpan-Mo- u und contraction. Indianapolis Heat News. a "Cured" Mrs. Jay McOee, ol Steph "For envllle, Texas, writes: nine (9) years, I suifered with 1 had terwomanly trouble. rible headaches, and pains in my back, etc. It seemed as It I would die, I suffered so. At last, I decided to try Cardul, tonic, and it the woman's helped me right away. The full treatment not only helped me, but it cured me." TAKE Cardui The Woman's Tonic . appear. I I We Pay Highest Market Prices. Unload the Same Day. No Commission Charged. Phone 30t. Also Branch House ft ft at MORELAND, KY. ffi TERMS: The property will ho sold on a credit of six and twelve months and the pur. chaser will he required to execute bonds with approved security for the purchase price, due in six mid twelve months, respectively, and hearing interest at the rate of six per cent annum from date until paid, having the force and effect of u judgment upon which execution may issue, payable to W. II. Drown. Master Commissioner of the (iarrard Circuit Court, and a lien will be reserved upon the property sold until all the purchase money is paid. pr i W. II. DROWN, M. C. G. C. C. R. II. Tomlinson, Atfy for I'lffs. Capt. A. M. Uourne, Auctioneer. Cardul hilps women In timtf of greatest need, because it contains Ingredients which act specifically, yet gently, on the womanly organs. weakened So, If you feel discouraged, blue, unable to do Your household work, on account oi your condition, stop worrying and cive cardul a trial. It has helped thousands ol women. why not you? E-Try Cardul. liJ The Central Record. Thursday, January 18, 1917. i CLEARANCE OF SALE being-offered. J !Coats,Suits,Dresses,Furs White THE STORE OF QUALITY i Sale of Womens and Chil&rens Musliii - wear. Also Ladies Waists in Georgette and Crepe DeChine. Great values are now Come now and you will be delighted with the great bargains that await you. J. E. DiCKERSON. A THE STORE OF QUALITY TheCentral Record incorporated, BUSINESS ROMANCE. W. J. GOOCH After Short SALTER. Mrs. Suan Wallace Ssller died at j the home of Miss Snllii- - Tillctt. Tuesday night, slid in her dentil, we have lost another one of our pioii"crcitieu .Mrs. Salter was the widow of the late Samuel Salter and liad passed the eighty-eighth milestone in lifes journey Her death was due to phiiiiimonia, though the infirmities of age nail her health, but not her spirit, during the last few years. Mrs. Salter was a gracious tpe of Southern woniHiihixsl, warm-hearte- d and true to friends ami relatives She was never blessed with an) children of her own, but she had mothered and reared nieces and nephews, who were m turn fhilliful to her. Early in life she united with the Baptist church and was ever faithful to it. Servicts were conducted this morning, by Rev. P. I). Palmeter. after which look place in the l.anr.tster There are few people in any civilized $1.00 a yeak. part of the world who have not heard issued Weekly. of the kidney remedy, Doan'a Kidney Pills. The story of the E. ROBINSON. Editor: J. introduction of this remedy from coun R.L. EJ.KIN. Local Kiiitor and Mflr. try to country until the globe had been girdled would read like romance. It is ntf red si Ibe I'o.t office In uncsiter. Kf , a strong testimonial to the merits of a a. fecond Clii UII Mutter remedy which has now been on the fifty years and for the pro-Member Kentucky Press Association market for gresMVeness of a typical American and n 1 "TANLAG SMILE" CHEERS MUSICIAN Noted Tuba Player Finds lief Alter Fifty Years. Kliics Wei-- e j MRS. FRED CONN Makes Another Record With Leghorns. Her Secretary Of State Fair Dies Bron Illness At Louisville. 1 Eighth District Publishers League. Lancaster, Ky., January 18, 1917 business firm. Foster-Milnur- n Company Kulfalo. N. Y. who have inspired confidence everywhere, in their advertising, by the use of local testimonials. YUM! YUM!! YUM!!! Rates For Political Announcements For Precinct and Citv OlIi:es . . .$ 5.10 Out good friend, Mrs. Delancy Lack- vor County Offices ey, treated this ollke to some of the tor State and District Offices.... 15.00 most delightful grape-fruandoranges .10 t)at ,as evpr ,een our pien;,ur,, i0 cat- For Calls, per line 10 rn fRcl they looked to good For Cards, per line to eat. For all publications in the inter- They had just been sent her bv Mr. est of individuals or expres- Woodford Spears, from his orange sion of individual views, per We are sure Rrovc at Eustis. Fla. "ne 'thatifMr Spears could have seen the per line. .05 delight and pleasure the crate of fruit Obituaries, gave the recipient, his cup would have We are authorized to announce the been full to overflowing, even though following candidates, subject to the it gave him so much pleasure to re-- i action of the Democratic Primary, member his good friend in this way. Mr. spears lives at Paris Ky, but August 1917. spends most of every winter on his deCounty School Superintendent lightful fruit farm in Florida. .MISS JENNIE HIGC.INS. j "BANGS" REMINISCES. County j . . it -, William J. Cooch. secretary of the State Fair board, died last Thursday at a:l" o'clock after an acute illress which began the week before while .Mr (iooch was at Lexington. Mr. (Iooch was elected secretary of the State Fair n year ago, succeeding James I,. Dent, and was reelected at n meeting of the State Hoard of Agri, He culture held in Lexington. stricken with acuteindigestion following a banUe,t held by the lioard, anil complications followed which caused his death. Pleurisy first developed and an acute dilation of the heart, which whs not susceptible, of treutuient. followed. Mr. (Iooch was for many years prominent in Kentucky politics, and was for l several sessions a member of the Assembly, lie was speaker and cemeterv. chairmrn of the joint assembly in the lien-eraHradley-Heckha- Re- play 111. mailt tutu. pieMdeuts of South lniMli an lepiililh-- iMir wtfl dered at ill. skill, a. hae aiidleim-- s Hut only his In (lie t'nltrd Stale Knew Hint frrciienily. n few minutes define a ennrrrl. Mr Wele would be iloiil.liil up with Trump while meat ilrem lict Ills lusty. This prominent ineiiiWr of Weber's Mlf ('In. llilinntl tintid until hate brant C IVrdlnand deadlock in lyos. THE RUSTIC AND THE EDITOR He has made his home for some years past in Franklin county, and is survived The editor of rural sheet takes his pen in hand, by his father, who lives at Wichita, his hiuh-walle- d brick retreat Kan., one daughter, Mrs Nell Travel- - INow Just writes to beat the band. stead, of Howling Green, and a nephew Paul Williams, of New Castle. Mr. He tells Ins good old farmer friend That winter's drawing nigh. Hooch's wife died about a year ago. That birds of passage soon will sing Their Might ucross the sky. He gives him tips and sage aduee On how to sow and reap. Get Record Prices For Record Tobacco On how- - to put away his ice. Crop. Or bed his lings and sheep. He tells him how to feed his hens. And other things to do The Associated press, under a Luuis-vill- e date line, has sent out thu follow- That they may keep on Isjing eggs tobing review of the record-breakinThe whole long winter through. acco crops in Kentucky which are sits beside his fire WVbehee that Mrs. Fti-,- 1 Conr. who lirs east (if town, near the Richmond pike, hold a record for egg production, for the year Hilt",, that will make some of her romH-titnr-s sit up ntHl take notice. Ilitr is her result from rigbty llrown Leghorn hens anil she nut only quotes ton the facts, but gives the figures us well. She ues the "(ld Trusty" inctilmtor ami f rum lis dozen eggs set in this incubator, she (wns rewarded with ili.irn chickens. be exact, fill in l umber, all , or lo healthy and heart). Now for the egg recoril i during the Ji ar they consumed and gave aw) . 121 iloien. sold to Asktns and Moberlj, of Mcfreary. S7I dnien, at an average of Lit rents a dozen, or a total In money, of Jli.l.T.'i. ('minting the egg. set consumed and sold, makes an arrage for each hen for the ear. of MO eggs, Had thev sold the entire output of the eggs layeil. the total would hnve been J'.tH :i."., Miowing that each hen had pro duced for its owner the sum of 12 C for the y,ar. Mrs. ("unn has splendid trade for her eggs for hatching nuriKi.es and i. still selling them for .VI cents a setting of l.'i eggs, t3. per hundred or iKl for $r.no. KENTUCKY FARMERS Court Clerk. , The death of Col. William F. Cody (HulTalo Dill) which occurred last week in Denver, Colorado, recalls to many of W. A. DOTY. we older roosters tha good old days when the little yellow-bac- k novels could Assessor. be slipped into the school books and E. H. KAY. read when teacher thought a fellow-wa- s studying his lesson. And. too. it bringing unprecedented prices this Manistrate District No. 1. year: often happened that when a ft How Kentucky farmers, who raise apJ. II. CLARK. deeply interested, and Deadshot of the tobacco Dick was about to kill fifty Injuns, proximately one-thir- d County Attorney. teacher would slip up from behind and produced in the United States and of the crop produced administer a sound thrashing with a ' about one-tent- h GREEN CLAY WALKER. beech limb before a fellow could hide in the world, are enjoving the unusul Sheriff. nl marketing for record-- I his novel. Verily, "them was good old position breaking prices a crop of almost days." Danville Messenger. K. WALKER. sue. The following clipped from our flies of April Bih 1879. fceems very appropo J( In addition tc being one of the largState Senator, 18th Senatorial District. to the above article and we judge that est crops ever produced in this State, HON. II. CLAY KAUFFMAN, this year is of un"Hangs" at that time must have had Kenlncky s out-pu- t JAY W. HARLAN. usual tmality. Leaf, lugs and trash, "Injun fighting" in his head. "Master Lewis I.andram has been so they are called in the terminology Representative. presented by his brother-in-laLieut. of the tobacco trade, are of the finest W. C. McFarland, of Ft. Reno. Indian character. The leaf tobacco is long, J. A. Territory, with an Indian bow and quiv- clear leaf which comes from the mider of arrows. The bow is of hickory, dle of the plant; lugs are the heavy PRAISES EXAMPLE OF and very strong. The arrows are alio leaves, possibly spotted by the soil WJ turkey which has been splashed mi them by MANLfci.'ft"Ht,ier8'andhavinK a emke f iron rain, which grow at the bottom, while uUVtKiMUK ' The case trash is made up of small immature Hulit and keen at one end. lhe New ork Wor d, speaking edi-wlich tl(J arrows re carried, is made leaf at the top of the plant, toral'y. of Governor Stanley, entitled. of tm) skin of the ,)antheP, anJ orna. So good has the quality been that How a Governor Governed 'says: mented with Indian beads of varions farmers are becoming accustomed to receiving proportionately higher pricis lb waa a limn a juu uiuk luiuruuieu colors iiov. Niamey 111 lauoway county, Kenfor the poorer grades than they do for tucky, and to his crtdit it must be tho best. Those poorer grades are DELIGHTFUL SPEAKER said that he attended to the matter essential to thu production of certain Going in person to a district himself. brands of manufactured tobacco and AT WOMANS CLUB. tho bidding for them has been keen. where the people had terrorized u court and were about to lynch a negro A full attendance of the Woman's Even frosted tcbicco, which in fornot yet convicted of any crime, his de- Club greeted Miss Lida Woods, of Dan- mer years sold for 1 or 2 cents a mands in behalf of law and order were ville, Friday afternoon. Miss Woods pound and was used only for the makheard and heeded. held the rapt attention of the audience ing of an extract shipped abroad to "In most emergencies of this kind, wi,iib giie HDoko of Prison work. it be used in fortifying certain sorts of Governors content themselves with the needs and possibilities. Aside from foreign tobaccos, are bringing prices hasty summoning of u militia com- her brilliancy of intellect she has a farmers would have been glad to obpany which may or may not bo morally most pleasing personality and attrac- tain for trash of the first grade last and fisically equal to the task imposed tive appearance all of which insures a year. upon it. Gov. Stanley presented him- speaker an attractive hearing. Within recent years Kentucky farm-er- a self as tliu representative of governhave received an average price for It goes without saying she is earnest, ment, civilization and justice, and sup. sincere, and thoroughly conversant up all qualities of white Hurley, the backported only by reason and authority, on the themes upon which she speaks. bone of the tobacco crop in the state, gained the day, Sales After the meeting a delightful social of ubout $10 a hundred pounds. "More than the life of a negro was hour was spent with Miss Wood and on the various markets this year have saved in this instance. The name Mrs. Rawson who accompanied her. been at an average price of $16 to of a great State, the sanctity of law $1C 50 a hundred pounds. The crops of of the people were and the New crop Red, Alsike and Sapling white Hurley this year will run well asserted and established. The example clover; Timothy, Ky Blue Grass and over 1200,000,000 pounds. is one to be commended most heartily Orchard Grass seed. Germination and to every Governor who is at all dig Purity test furnished on all field seeds. For Sale An oak china cabinet, Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. apply to this office. posed to govern." J. O. HOG IE, JEI'THA ONSTOTT. BIG COMET. Outshining Hallty's Comet Will Appear In Heavens This Spring Say Scientists. The farmer Of hickory and leech. And slyly winks the other eye To hear such idle siwech. Along the even tenor of His way he goes, but when He notes that his subscription's out He just renews again, C. FERDINAND V7EISE. fried from amiojliig health worries, until Tanlne brought hlui relief Sounds Prais of Tanlao. No horn is big eiioiu:li now for Mr. Wflsn to BOiinil the praise of Taulac. "Tnnlae Is the LTenli- -t Ihlng In lhe world for worries like mine." he said Ills "Tanlae Smile." ruddy Ion and Hear, laughing ees are am pie evulenie. "My whole sy.leni was run down." he Mild. "1 would be doubted tip with pains mid feel Unit I didn't want lo eat another bite for u week, because I knew It would form kus and acid utid ratine bloating and pain. GIvm Tanlao Crtdit. Tor freeing me from nil this I want lo glrn 'Paiilue the praise It After taking It I feel better t tin it I have In ten jenr It Is the best of loiitis. I'm- - everal months I hate nut taken any. but my digestion continues In perfirt working older." TO THE DEMOCRATIC VO- TERS OF GARRARD COUNTY. In last week's issue of the paper J announced myself as a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Repre- I'nless something unexpected oc curs, the world will witness next spring n great heavenly phenomenon a mighty comet blazing forth night after night with its tail sweeping an immense arc through the heavens a source of terror to the t!ersl!tiou and of immense interest to all. We may see again a wu did when IHalley'a comet returned in mill. Chinese mobs trying to frighten away the uncanny visitors with Hauling torches ami savage races falling on their knees in glibbermg pruyir to the supposed deity. We may even have absurd scares -j '"fh'y.'"'""""'"'''' Tanlae it being introduced in Li caster at R. K. McRoberts. Tanlae may be obtained in the nearby cities. Paint Lick, J. N. Metcalf; liry- Xr 111,1.. ,,.,U,.II., H..II....I. Hickman, Collier and limner; Herea, S, II. Welch; Stanford, Penny's Drug Store; Junction City, Reynolds mid Kvans; Richmond, II. L, Perry & Son; to you. Crab Orchard, Lyne Hros ; Hurgm, (1, I am perfectly willing to compute T. Schoolfleld; Danville. John S. Wells, planet Jupiter. records iu a party man with those who Lancaster, It. K. Mclioberts. ami W. C How prosperity has struck the Kenwould be my critics, and allow the West, Silver Creek. (Adv) tucky farmer is shown by reports in deinocruts of the county to decide the ollire of Commissioner of Agriculture matter. It has been hinted that I failed to support Judgo C. A. Arnold This beautiful snow reminds us of Mat S. Cohen, at Frankfort, of Hurley four years ago. I not only voted for Armp Kikin's favorite poem, which we tobacco sales for the months of Decemhim at the November election after he clip from thu Alpha, the local paper he ber 1915. and RHti. With several houses as yet unreported for the last month defeated mu for the nomination but so ably edited in 1H7C Here it is; of HUG, its salea more than double also voted for him in the primary when "Miss Susie llrown my pretty one, those of 191& ami the price realized is I refer I was running against him. I'm sure you must remember, .. .. 1. I. l IllWtV .IIUII IIIITD IIIIIVO any of you to him as to what ho thinks bi kicn,. If not for love, at least for fun, December, 1015, there were sold 15,- about my supporting him in tho N6V Those sleigh rides in December. 187.1G0 pounds of hurley for $1,407,807. ember election of 19111. "When all the belles and all the beau's Zi. In December, l'Jlu, there were AHKAZLKY. J. In spite of cold would go forth, sold :,276,7G7 pound for $5,400,291.27, And KiueezH beneath the bulfalo robe, Nice store room far rent. an increase of 1B,088,C,JI pounds and of Kach others hand und etc." W. T. West. in price. It..-!,- ... sentative from this county. 1 promise the people that if nominated and elected as a member of the Legislature from this county that will at all tunes support the true principles of Democracy. My vote will be cast on the side of economy in the alfaira of the State. I will vote for and work for the State Wide Prohibition Amendment and do all in my power in favor of temI favor a reperance and prohibition. vision of the present tux laws, but no provision that puts the burden on real estate to any greater extent than the present lw does. I propose to make a clean manly light for this nomination and will do my best to represent the people of the county with credit to myself and satisfaction 1 j among usually well balanced people who believe ths tall of the comet will sweep the surface of our mother earth with devasting eirect. Tho tenuous nature of all comets them a source of minor danger, as astronomers .agree and we have little lo fear from the vast mass of nebulous material, even though enveloped in it "Comet II. l'.llll," is the name of the stranger. It is so called becnure it w'as the second comet discoveied that year. Prcf. Wolf, of Koehigsstuld detected the rushing body's giant picture and proceeded to telegraph the news fo observatories all over the world with great joy, Thu statement that the new comet will be u monster rests principally on the fact that it was discovered when fully ICO.000.IHK) miles from the arth just witlnn tin orbit of the great ' The Central Record, Thursday, January 18, 1917. JANUARY CLEARANCE V kW L H or OVERCOATS (and SUITS Select ce i Large Assortment To From. Our stock of Overcoats and Suits is still too large for this tune of the year, although Sale. We still have these goods have been moving fast since we inaugurated our Cut-Priiron-cla- d rule of not carrying over goods from one seatoo many on hands, and having an son to another, we have determined to reauce this stock and will make the following cut prices for the next 15 days. Cut Men's Suits. $10.00 Suits now now now now now 20.00 Suits now 21.50 Suits now 25.00 Suits now Prices 7.50 9.75 11.75 12.75 13.75 15.75 17.75 18.75 For $ 7.75 now now now now now now now CASH Boys' Knee Suits $ 4.00 Boys knee suits now $3.25 5.00 Boys knee suits now 3.75 6.50 Boys knee suits now 4.75 7.50 Boys knee suits now 5.75 8.00 Boys knee suits now 6,25 8.50 Boys knee suits now 6.50 10.00 Boys knee suits now 7.50 ! I ONLY Boys School Overcoats I Men's Overcoats $10.00 Overcoats now 12.50 1 5.00 1 6.50 18.00 20.00 22.50 Overcoats Overcoats Overcoats Overcoats Overcoats Overcoats Overcoats 12.50 15.00 16.50 18.00 Suits Suits Suits Suits 9.75 .75 2.75 13.75 15.75 17.75 18.75 11 1 25.00 5.00 Boys Overcoats 6.50 Boys Overcoats 7.50 Boys Overcoats S.00 Boys Overcoats S.50 Boys Overcoats 0.00 Boys Overcoats 2.50 Boys Overcoats $3.75 4.75 5.75 6.25 6.50 7.75 9.75 I Prices are going up but this stock must be reduced. Jas. W. Smith, wmwm Lancaster, A Happy and Prosperous New Peonies? I I To Our Customers Year to You. m-I- Gossip About eZ I I , We thank you rtinliiilly for your custom ami solicit a rontimi-nun- ; tltirintf the coming yeargoods and can I us reasonable us anyone We handle Miss Klirabeth Gibbs was ulweek-cngive you n square deal all the time, Your account is due conic visitor in Danville Inst week. and Mr. Kay H. Orrell returned tc his in and make us happy liy Fettling. home ut Port Pierce, Kla. last Tucsdaj ltfitl Mention of tht Com!ni ind Goings LyThoit Wt Art intemttd In. A J. R. MOUNT & CO. ''"lie Sqiinro Deal House. ' ( Mr. Charles Dunn, has returned tr Chicago, after attending the burial ot hi Bister. Mr. It. 1!. Orrell. Col. M. P. Klkin and daughter. Mr. Kdwm Mortz, of New York City, at tended ine lunerai 01 uieir uum, mtk. Susan Salter. 30 Days j 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 oivpractically 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 ia the Mrs. W. S. Klkin. after n protracted stay with relatives here and in Stan- ford, returned to her home in AtlunU last Saturday. Mm. Althaire Mallingl; , of Lebanon, an ived yesterday and is the charming guest of Miss Annie Margaret Klkin on Itichmond street. j Mm, T. M. Wilson hat returned to her home in Howling Green after visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. U. Mount. Mrs. J. II. Lane of port Peirce, Pla, who accompanied the remains of Mrr. j I Itiiy Orrell, litre for burial, returned, to her Imnio last 1 uesday. Messrs John and Gus Dunn, of port fierce Pla, called here by tho burial of their sister, Mrs. Kthel Dunn Orrell, have returned to their home. Mrs. II. A. II. Markebury lias returned from Danville after spending u delightful stay with her children, Mr. . 11 i I I ' ' , and Mrs. Lewis Lundrum. Mesdames P. II. MarkshuryandS. P Hughes and Misses Klkin and Mary Doty were among Saturday's shoppers from Lancaster. 'Danville Advocate. Mr. W. A. Purimu, the junior member of the firm of Hudson, Hughes and parnau, was in Danville for several days, having gone there last Saturday by machine. News was received here today that Hon. Charles V. Miller, formerly of Lexington, but for the last three years assistant district attorney for the east, em district of Oklahoma, has been pro rnoted to the position of special assist. snow-boun- d future. BECKER & BALLARD PHONE 27. BRYANTSVILLE, Kv. I have several pairs of two year old RELIGION'S WEATHER TEST. mules which will sell or loan to reA series of cold and unpleasant days, sponsible parties to work. such as this week has brought us, puts J. K. Kohinson. And it is not people to the test. necest-arto be profane to he irreverpint SALE One live passenger OverCreino Dairy peed will make vour ent or ungodly. "Asa man thinketh land and one Schacht Truck. Cheap if cow give more milk. in his heart no is he." Giving voice to sold at once. Hudson, Hughes and Parnau. White & Kiddle. impatience, petulance and fretfulness Paint Lick, Ky. beiause of discomfoit, disappointment, Good Rule for Success. inconvenience or loss, on account of Sun-esIs the art of making your bud weather, questioning the wisdom FARMS FOR SALE? mistakes wlieu no one Is looking. of a Providence which, in working to- Life. We have buyers. ' ward the beneficence of millions dis-- I List your property for Sale or Kent turhs, for 1 time, the ease or pleasure of some scattered units, is bad enough, with Thu Thomas Iteul Kstate Agency. EXAMINATION so had, in truth, that it may well be Do it now. doubted whether profanity can make it For Common School omas worse, or more foolish. Hut how much FOR RENT. Our county superintendent, Miss Jen worse Is it than an inward raging, a Property on Stanford street, next to nie Hii'i'in informs lis flint the evHtti. rebellious spirit which holds its peace inatinns for the Common School Dinlo. not out of any reverance, or that love Christian church, now occupied by It. mas, will be held in the Court house, of "d. which has been truly called the K. Conn, for J ear 1917. Terms reasonW. li. Mason. Priday and Saturday. January, lif.lh beginning ot wisdom, but ceremonious. able. and 27th. These diplomas will entitle j 'y. out of regard for what have teen the pupils to free tuition in the County ordained as the proprieties of life and FARM LANDS. High School, of the division in which j wnicli may not be disregarded with tin-- ! iHirtunity? Ilargains in Payette and ndjoinirg the pupil resides. W 0 have had but one pleasant day in counties. Pive per rent. Parm Irfjana. She wishes us to announce also that' fo- I o keep the mind W. KING and SON, County Hoard of Kducation )ms the last seven. the Lexington, Ky. -1 mo, u" ",u "a" u" ",0 agreed to give the eighth month from lu"eu " ",B 0,1 Ih USI''V- - It may the County School Pund. upon the fol. u,,""r ix more properly be called reflgion, and lowing condition; FOR RENT OR SALE. Pirst class schools must havt an ' sucn as are uiesjeu .villi sucu iieana utgrace are moro truly religious, 11 outMy reiidence on Haselden Height, ,iii.,..r trie. Mi.rML'M hi rwpiitv imiiiiiiseventh month, to be entitled to the sid he l,alB cf l,lle viwc iha" lll0f for year HI 17. Possession ut once. House new, with live rooms, splendid ' loriunate, wuo are wiiiini me pat tflvhtli 111, uilli of bad weather is water, garden and all out building. second class schools must have an A continuing streak Henry Simpson. average of lifteen during the seventh among the best tests of religion. Such month, to be entitled to the eighth us profane outwardly may b of the month; and emergency schools must unregenerate. liut they who profane, FOR RENT have an average of ten a day to be en- or complain, cannot yet be counted among 'the laved. They fall far short Livery Stable or Garage titled to the eighth month. 's All teacher contract are for seven of the high religious sentiment in for 1917. Centrally locav two best lines; month, except those of assistants, and ted next to Hotel. it is possible to have an eighth months "When the sun shine I rejoice. Mrs Rella Arnold Francis if the attendance comes up to the And when it rains, why, rain' my ttrm choice." requirement of the Hoard. I 11 1 s ' . 12-- 1 Itil-ey- ant to the Attorney General of the United States and transferred from Muskogee tn Minneaimlis. The pro. motion, which became effective Jan. 1. carries with It a handsome increase in salary. Mr. Miller, who is a son of M. M Miller, of 215 South Limestone street, was formerly city solicitor of Lexington under the administration of Mayor Duncan. He is a graduate of Centre College and of Yale and completed his law course nt the University Mr. Miller has many of Virginia friends thruout Kentucky who will be glad to learn of his rapid rise since leaving Lexington ten years ago for Oklahoma l.ex'ligton Leader. Mr. Miller has many relatives here who rejoice in his handsome promotion, he being nephew of Mr. A. T. Ander-MiMiss Amanda, Anderson, Mrs. Dolly Drown and Mrs. Cyrus Daley. I YOU'LL FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN'. To the friends and loved ones who V. were so kind and thoughtful of us dur ing our recent bereavement and the Two spotted ponies, broken. r many words of syirpathy and condo-- ' J. A. Amon. I.,.,,... .ha. ....... ...in,l,l .halt ,.h,-be remembered by us and we take this J Por Sale or Kent: My two lory method of thanking you and saving house on Itichmond stleet. S. G. Haselden. that your kindness will never be for- -' CARD OF THANKS. r . J gotten. it. II. Orrell. Mr and Mrs V. A. Price and family. FOR SALK- - 300 bushels, nice, clean Orchard Grass. I J. T. Andeison. Houto 2, Lancaster Ky. The bills that I've received this month. dear heart. Are like a string of weird night-mates have several pair of younp; mules to me. to loan to be broken. J. W. Sweeney. 0 The Central Record. Thursday, January 18, 1917. I Lexington Tobacco Warehouse Company JAMES C. STONE. President. JOHN L. BUCKLEY, Vice President. T. H. SLATER. Secretary and Treasurer. j The Following Crop Averages at Our Four Sales Houses for Week Ending January 13th Show What Prices We Are Getting for Our Customers. Central House. Phone 791. D. W. SCOTT, D. W. RATCLIFF Lbs. Average llazelwovd & Allen, Clark Co. ana 4750 Joe Kelly, Garrard Co u., J. M. Ilurtun, Garrard Co ' Hark Showalter, Scott Co. ..477S . H Lexington House. Phone 3332 JOHN L. BUCKLEY, WALTER JONES, GEORGE M. BALLARD, Planters' House Phone 1604 Broadway House Phone 719 CLYDE BUCKLEY, J. LESLIE KNIGHT, J. C. STONE Lbs. Average Win. FIELDS Lbs. Average Managers. iy a? 19.08 Managers Foley & F.I kin. Fayette Co. .. .1210 Mrs. I.. Noel & Hurt. 2K.0 Garrard County 1350 Oscar Farmer, Garrard Co Mulberry & Wright. Scott Co ,.C53o Wallace & F.thingtcn, 2545 Woodford County 2135 W. C. Hanna. Scott Co Jim Crimes. Garrard Co ... . 1673 1710 Cole ,t llryant, Woodford Co 1373 C. H. Lowell, Jessamine Co Garnett A Mammon. Scott Co lOf.'i $23.23 SI. 14 Manager. F. Johnson & Hilton, Woodford County Managers. Lbs Average 15(H) .Marshall & Lee. Scott Co Huston & lluncan, Scott Co ...3515 Whitsell & Jonc.. Scott Co .. 3M0 J. 1,. Ilucklov & Itansdull Wo .. Co. $21.84 lqn 18.70 Scott & Hazard, $25.67 23.30 23. W 22.07 22.09 20.80 20.4ii 20.111 J. K. Harris & Graes. .. 4(170 Witt 22 03 22. 17 Woodford County I. M. Todd. Clark Co Clark Co . . 2190 25'rU StYSi A. It. Hall. Montgomery Co. i'ulkneri Hedges, Ilourbon Co. Mitchell & Taylor, Scott Co 18.60 20.59 0 8" Kavette County Omar llooth, Montgomery ...3286 20.tr7 20.65 20.43 20 17 19.82 19.II2 193d " .7210 S. English Anderson Doan . 18.53 18.39 21.13 " 7410 Woolunis & N'unley, Fayette Co..2C30 Powell & Watts : 6510 1525 Harp & Sallee. Fayette Co. McMeekin& Hramblett. Scott Co 1910 D. II. Owens, jessamine Co .1. anil S. Weil & Vice, 20.73 19.81 19.0" 19.CI 20. 18 19 fi2 Witts & Adams. Fayette Co. . .3110 Faette County 4705 19.80 19.83 Crillrlur & lUyilvn, Franklin County 2510 Swopo & Walling. Clark Ci II. A. Owens. Sr.. Woodford Co.1816 McMillian & Murphy. 3395 Woodford County H. A. 0cns. Jr. Win.lford Gi..23CO 11. Moore. Garrard Co l list fits'iO 19.60 19.17 19.40 We want your Business on the way we look after your Tobacco. sells with us We want him to tell you. -- Ask the man who We Can Unload and Sell You Any Day You Come. OUR MOTTO Prompt and Efficient Service and Courteous Treatment. iiiiiii i Special Price During Jan rm nun r I rAKlllLK 3 UJLUiUN n iirnif uary and February on f Give us Your Subscription, I Mg Roberts Drug Store f COURIER-JOURNA- L $4. A YEAR, sp.es below Ibl. ur.Sing let the eiclu-- l ire me of our l.rmer ub.crlbr. .lid I. (nt the tle ot itock. giant ami .nch thing, on Urm the farmer cannot aftoril to adter tl.e. No notice will be ec.pte1 ov.r tour tints, mil wilt be only In wo I. .lie. ot the srosD. tree ot charge 32 acres of good hemp land for rent. W. S. F.mbry. Ll X Shanks he sold a head 10 heifer calves at $20.50 ! j Center Hros sold three nice mules to Frank Itobinson, of Ilovle, for $500. FOH SALK:-Kosewo- Price S25. square piano Phone 40.11. llrvantsville. Miss Georgia Dunn. od old tnaru mule of W. $US5.fW. Center llrothera bought a four year II. Denny, for The State Farmers' Institute will be T ARMY held in Winchester Feb. 28 and 1 and 2nd. FoK Sai.H- March Itock - I dozen Plvmuulli ti pullets, 75 cents each, also $1.00 each. ' cuckrels W. S. Kmbry. Wilson Hogers, of l'aint I.ick, bought a three year old team of maro mules of It. K, Gaines, for $350. i Mules your mules, 5 to 10 years old i5 hands to 6 hands high. Will buy 1 J F. Wilron, of Mt Sterling sold Mr. It. A. Wallace, of Jessamine. 30 head of 535 Hund cattle, fur 7 cents a pound For Sale: - Malleable Itange in good condition. -- Cox f Garrard, who was here .Monday has been buying u large amount f hmp and seed, in that county for the tirrn of K. F. Spears .V Son of Par-is- . He has has purchased about 500 acres in the past 10 d)s, pajing an average of abuut I3 cents for it. He bought about 200 acres of hemp from the Itanklns of the Hubble section. Mr. Cox has bought up about 3,000 bushels of hemp (red so far J. A. Young, of Adair ceunty, who was on the market re Mondav, sold 31 head of mixed cattle to W. II. Sudden, ot Lexington, he sold nine steer calves for $212; to T. A. Ilradlev of Hoyle. he sold 10 heifers fur $335; to T. W. Jones at the stock yards, he sold a couple of steers and two calves for $237.60; to J. S. l'ettus. south of Stanford 10 steers for $340, and a bull to T. W. Jones for $28.35. It. K. Gaines, on tne Crab Oicliard pike, east of here, sold this week, several spans of the extra classy mules he has been feeding. To 11. W. Gaines, of the same section, he sold a pair of four year-ol- d mules for$12J; to Wils Itogers of l'aint I.ick he sold u pairof four-yea- r old unbroken hybrids for $350; to James McCormack, be sold u pa'r of old mure mules for $350; and to J. D. j McKechnie, of Wayne county, a pair of maru mules for $310. Mr. Gaines says he has the best of his mul- es on band still unsold. Interior Join -lial. a 17510 ON DANVILLE BREAKS MONDAY SELL AT AVERAGE OF $17.50 PER HUNDRED. average average average Cook and Case Bradshaw and Broaddus average average R.S.Clark average J. H. Prewitt Cook and Bland Cook and Carpenter $19.70 21.50 21.60 23.26 21.07 21.36 Mrs. Sullio Sunders. TOR SALE. 16 li itcrcH of GurrarJ Countv land neur ilyuttswlle, now reudy to grow uny crop desireii. in cupitutist, business, or laboring man in need of a For Sale: Two milk cows, flesh in April. Iloth young and good milkers. Two well Shetland ponies. 'Also broken. Fred J. Conn. 1 home STOP. LOOK anil L1STKN. tobacco $20 00; hemp $15.00; corn $5.00; FOIt SALE: -- One pair dark buy wheat $2 00. Price $100. per ucre. maru mules 16 hands, gentle and work Phone 4K72. Lexington, Ky. qualities, extra good. 1st C, II. Green, l'aint I.ick. t 11 Grow and Broaddus E. P. Grow average average 20.70 25.83 . Ituute2. These are all crop averages, not one besket being rejected. KELLY TOBACCO SEED. i Am in position to pay highest price. W. B. BURTON, LANCASTER, KY. A. F. Kdwurds, near Club Orchard, llewure of Imitations. Other heed is bought 112 head of mountain ewes from being sold under their names. ' The lloonv, llullurd and Jim I'urcell lecently genuine improved "Standing Up ' Hurat from $9 to $10. ley Tobacco Seed raist d by II. L. Kelly T. W. Jones, of tho stock yards, here and Sons, can bo procured only from bought a drove of 32 hogs from Me- - the raiser and in not genuine unless put & Gann, of Mustonville, this up in packages bearing a facsimile of uveragud 200 pounds and their signatute. ICormack Application is now ut $9.60. From Lutes and pending in the U. S. Patent Ollice for Lutes, of Mlddleburg section, Mr Jones I the registration of their signature as a purchased 117 head of hogs that aver- 'trade mark and all Infringements will aged 120 pounds, for which he puid $9. be prosecuted. Seed picked from best selected pods, Gus Ceiszl, the road conlractor-furni-e- r ot Crab Orchard, bought 20 heifers produced by champion Hurley tobacco from T. W. Jones here, at $0,50 a hun- growers of Kentucky for the past 25 years. dred. They averaged 600 lbs. To John Send all mall Price $1, per ounce. li. Anderson of the 1'reucherBvillu section, Mr, Jones sold 15 heifers that li, L. KKLLY & SONS. averaged 650 pounds at $0.60: to W. 11. It. F. D. No. 1, Lancaster Kv. A square deal to everybody makes the DANVILLE MARKET Unquestionably the best in Kentucky. I. M. DUNN, President. 3 I The Central Record, Thursday, January 18. 1917. They Always Are. liven tin uptii.ilsU mill Hie pessimist are working overtime. 4'lilrnRo New . SOT THE ONLY ONE There Are Other Lancaster ilarly Silualed. People Sim- Draw for tlie A Check iind resre- THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. iwmy yotiovc tioteliow much more pectfully your creditor mi vsa.wP" They know be is tL gard you They like to ilo liusiiiHss with ii man who Iins mi account lit the Girrard Bank & Trust Co. t open such nil will grow Hi r ght. iiug builneiM in n huntress like wh.v. Better even if yoii( ntrirn are not !nrge. Tlii'V The Garrard Bank & Trust Company Rapid Travel Over Detert. Can there lie tiny stronger proof I'ri'iicli niitnumbile ilrlxcn by nlr propeller can miike n speed of K) offered tlinn tin: evidence of Lancaster After you have reBil the tulles mi Iiour over tin" winds of thu resident? following, quietly answer the quest'on. Sahara deert. 1). C. Sanders, proprietor of lumber mid coal hiHncss, Campbell St., I. an-- , Well Matched. First llrlilesninld-"Th- ey lire well easier, say. "I have used Doan's Kld-- J iiintrhed tlmi't ynu think?" Second ney Fills with satisfactory results and My Ilrileiiiuld "Bather! She' ii crass do not hesitate to endorse them. nliliiu mill he x ti vegetarian." Boston kidney were out of order and 1 had IIm'IiIiii; Tnmrrlpf. I also had dull, nagging backaches. soreness just over my kidneys, and mv kidneys were Irregular in action. Hot One. lie "lli'fore Me were married you D.ian s Kidney Bills, procured at used tn say there wasn't another man Stormes' Drue Store, relieved the trou"Yes, and ble and put my kidneys in good condKin like mi- - In tho jj now Til luiti toworld." think Hint there wim." ition." Boston Transcript. I'ricu 60c, at all dealers. Don't sim I ply ask for a kidney remedy-g- et Doan's Kidney nils - the Ramc that Mr SanCo, I'rnp., ders Inn). Foster-Milbur- n liulfiilo N. V. It. A lien Capftol $50,000. A. It DENNY, Surplus $30,000, S. C. DKNNY. Cathitr-I- t. r; 1.. (ilt.l., President J. E. STOHMES, Vice I'res't. J. T, Jmbky. Ass't Ciishirr. Safety Samual I). Deposit WK SOMCIT Boxes YOUK For Rent. BUSINESS. Cochran, Alex It. Dennv. J. H. Foaey, J. E Stormes, S. C. Denny. J. I,. Rill. Dr. W M. Elliott, Directors. 2L 3 C 3C It s Summer Time in F lorMa Two Daily Trains: Through Pminicn TAINT LICK ' ' Vtzr Railway HEItK IS A ROOD outn QXXk I int. ctr leaving Louisville 7:55 ,;. m Jacksonville S:50 p. m. T!.r nig!. I uiu.ian c 7:20 connection en train lcavit, Lotiis-.a. tn., arriving Ja.KsanJlc o;jU ... . The iwuthcrn Railway is the direct line to Ashevi'lc, Aiken. A'lumta, (.Ijric on, C'ltiri' .a, Sa.u...iah, Summcville tkI o'.her wrhrrt rercrt.. i ,! William Turley of Kicmnctul vnhh a Motor here humlay. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis (!uyn are spend- lug 11 month in Shelbvville. Mr, Mid Boss has recently purchased a handsome Chaldiners auto, .Mrs. The Most Powerfully Eff'cacious Medicine Ever Sold in Lancaster, Ky. tor eight years has been used' aril knowi with more confidence and satisfaction than any remedial medication known. In Full nature demands the assistance of a tonic medicine to assist the elimination or throwing otT of accumulated filth from the human bodv. and if this natural assistance is denied or not furnished, then Hheumatism, Cnlds.iCatarrh, J Malaria aid Consumption. It Is Legally Guaranteed every box is picked nnd backed by and with Legal Ruararr that fails tu do what lee that gets your money back if you expect it to s COM is pure, sweet, freh Hoots and Herbs foi One Dollar. Each box makes a full quart of medicine, thus comH)unding a lasting tonic, body nn'I blood builder, superior kidney and bladder troubles, nervousness, weakne and malaria, to anything of its kind. For indigestion, gns in the i stomach mid houels. COM the remedy most excellent CEL-S-AThree-boxeSEL-SA- II. .1. Patrick entertained the Klfriff Car S'riUc Winter Tt urit, a'abic 'J 'ir anil Hnmrrrk I r. .ew w ir. f i v..J en ruitinnaiul and oil cf pe M !. (rom local homlicm Itii.twy 2j;tM nrwtitc fun B. 1. Todd, PiitnVt Pi,V A cent, 5tnrl. BMc., Lotiiville,Ky ti-ir-,1 1'I.ACK TO STOP KOU M'lTI.K MONEY. LOUISVILLE HOTEL. LOUISVILLE, KY., Main St., between 6th and 7th. 'J peopl 2 people, 2 jienple, The Only Hotel in Iiuisville Operated on the American and European l inns. ItiMims without Ball) but with Hot and Cold Itunnitte; Water. AMERICAN' I'l.AN single. $L'.(l per day; Itt Itooms (With Meals) single. 2 fiO UiMuns per dny; single. .'1.1X1 per dav; W Front Booms Itmiins with l'rivate Hath: .Ml Itooms single, H.IS) T da , single. S.B0 ier day; o0 Itmims EUKOI'EAN I'l.AN. Itooms without Until but with Hot and Cold Itunnine; Water. single. $1.00 per da); "5 Booms (Without Meals) .Ml Itooms "ingle, 1.00 per day; .M) K'ront Itooms single, I.WIperday; Hiwms with Private Bath: .V) Itooms . single. 1.50 per da : . .. .VI Itooms. single, IMKIjier day; . .... .'.CO each. 2.2.5 each. 2..M) each. " people, 2 people. .7.'. each. t.lKI each. rook club on Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Martha Ely and Miss Kate Ely J left Monday for a stay of two inoi ths with relatives in Paris. nir. and Mrs. Carlos lleurick arc rejoicing over the arrival of an 8 pound daughter on Sunday the Uth. .Messrs Hubert Arnold and Janus W'oods left Friday for I.ewistmrg, Pa., to accepi lucrative positions in ii munition factory at that place. The extremely deep snow on Monday prevented several of the teachers and most of the children from getting to school; while the rural carriers made their trips with extreme dillieulty. Mr. Author Eldndge left Friday for Akron Ohio, utter s) ending the holidays with his parents. He was accompanied back by Mr John Eldndge, who will ne-- , cept a position Hi the same place Mr. and Mrs. Hoy Estridge enter-- I tamed iuite n number of young people I on Saturday evening at cards. After o number of games had been played, a delicious Hiiiad course was served end altogether the evening was a most enjoyable one. i. 2 people. $ll.7o each. 1. 00 each. 2 people, COY Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Carter visitors at Buckeye Sunday. were 2 people, 2 people, 2 eople. 1.25 each. 1.2." each. THE OLD INN, Louisville, Ky., Corner Sixth and Main Sts., European Booms Without Bath. $1.00 and up; ICimms With Private Bath, SI. W) and up. BEST EATINR PEACE IN TOWN. The I,oui"Villi Hotel and the Old Inn are located in the wholesale district and only a three-block'- s retail district and theatres. Louisville Hotel and Old Inn Company, Proprietors. A. T. and J. I. Sanders bought a load of corn from Claude Holto.i for $4 a bbl. Harve McCullah suld a meat hog to Plan Only. Andrew Simpson at It cents per pound, j Mrs. Eliza McMillian and son are I with her parents, Mrand Mrs John Hay. walk to the Mr. and Mrs.,Mat Folger of Somer-se- t have been with their daughter, Mrs Walter Fain. Mr John Fain of Pittsburg Kansas was called here last week by the death of his mother. Misses Alberta and Lucy Swnks have returneu home auer a pleasant stay 1..MI Why rot go to Stormes Drue Store. Lancaster, Ky., and. get a three months treatment of COM for $I.0t. Legally Ruarauteed also get 2Scts worth of Science Sope. made for human skin only am! commends itself with own purity and sweetness. You should alo remember to get a 1'tc buttle ot Dakota. Jack's Cowboy Liniment, for pains sprains, bruises burns etc , as useu by Hanchmen, Cowboy, Scouts and Indians. No homes should be without it. CEL-SA- each. All people can buy thee rsm- - Jedies at STORMES DRUG, STORE, Lancaster, Ky. Remedy Co. Dakoto Jack-White-Moon 372l 31 West Broadway. LOUISVILLE, KY. I 3L n I 1C 3CD I I K. C MILLION. Pres. T. J. CUHTIS. Vice Pres. E. DEATIIEHARE, s. es u' ll'illi ihelt- - I'rilml i... . ninth..,- - Mrs . ' T..n :e: 's. I I .: B v.' Madison Tobacco Warehouse COM PANY. tti(orttrtM Near I. .t A. IK pot. Q Mrs. Blanche tirow of Bryantsville 6S anu Mrs. iftarles Wilson ami two handsome children of Nicholasville were vis- 0. itors of Mrs Win. Moberly tlte past I jy (Tjj j vq" CAPITAL J. Curtis. $40,000.00 Million, Telephone"371. Marion'Coy, E. C. Million, J. D1HECTOHS ICd Dr. C. II. Vaught, M, Haden, E. Deatherage. of Louisville (delivered a very interesting sermon at Scotts Fork the first Sunday and we ' are glad to state that he will be with fc' us airitill the second In FeliniHrv. Mr. C. Turner, Mr, and Mrs. Jim Turner and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. John Woods and Miss Reorgia Crutch-fiel- weeK. Hev. Don Carlos Jor.es I $4.00 ONE YEAR. COURIER-JOURNAL $2.00 SIX MONTHSi jj I ! I I I I I Daily By Mail (NOT SUNDAY) To Tobacco Growers and those who sell it Hero arc t lit; Madison House sales as billed to the buyers since our last letter. S15.ihSI.71 itlifiSfi pounds Floor Averajje $18.53 Tuesday. January !llh " " 125005 52U.218.n3 518.55 Wednesday, January Kith " " 78281) S1 1.511.15 $18.58 Thursday, January Uth " " 5i),7(i7.33 53335 518.31 Friday, January 12th " " 1. G8 1,1th 51 519.27 59.85 Monday. January " " 5103.07C.-1551105 Total for week 518.50 by the exceptionally heavy per cent of mountain tobacco Our lloor averages have been lowered We would like to print a lot of the goml individual averages but it wculd hardly Hold the past week. be fair to give tuiiiu and leave out others just as good and we can't give them nil. A Int ol them $22.00 to $2S 2. Market much stronger on red tobacco and the colois holding steady with an up. ward trend. We always ignore the petty slanderous rumors that go the rounds about us, because they are usually an insult to average intelligence, BUT WE DO WANT TO COHHECT the wide spread ideu that the Hichmond market is suirerine; from a car shortage. We believe in PHEPAHEDNESS and were fixed weeks ago to take Care of every pound of tobacco the Hichmond market will bell if wo don't get another car till next summer. So far we have never stoted a pound outBide our prizing room and we don't expect to, Everything is all light and when it isn't we will tell you so. We have the best maiket in the statu and the Madison House can alwuys be found leading in prices and pounds. We were the Pioneers and we expect to bo on thu job for the fanner as long us V could not airord to mislead you if we would. Bring your tobacco there is a Richmond market. to Hichmond then fell it at the Madison House. Phone 1171. e t 8 ' M n I I I I 1 s i I: I MADISON T ACCO WARE $ I m HOUSE COMPANY. I Third Street, L. & A. Depot, Richmond, Ky i Incorporated. I I I Mr. and Mrs. Mat Folger of Somerset, Mrs Linda Leavel and Miss Hattie McDonald of Spencer .i county, attended the funeral and burial of Mrs. Mary E. Fain ut Buckeje the 8th. I 1 he distressing and sudden death of .Mrs. Mary E Fain, wife of Win. Fain of this place came as a shock to her relutives and many friends. Altho she had tieen un invalid for several months, she had been as well as usual until a short time before dtath came on Jan. ti. ' Had Bhe lived until the 17th of Feb, she would have been l!,ri years of age. She is mrvived by u devoted hustand and three childien, Mr J. 11. Fain of Kansas, Walter Fain of this place, Mrs Joe Hay of Buckeye, and a number of grandihildien. one brother. Mr. C. Tur-nerNicholasville, two sisters. Eliza McDonald and Linda Lea vel I of Spencer county. She was a member of the Methodist church ut Hev Tinder of Lancas- 1!) Rutins chapel. conducted the funeral serviced at ter Buckeye last Monday afternoon. In loneliness and sorrow we have fully reulized the heart-bioke- n anguish one can experience when giving up a fiieud We have learned thu and 'mother'. stem reality of grief from which there is no escaping, but our religion teaches that the greatest mission of life is "use fulness tu ths living" and that we must bow submissively to the will of Rod. (!) Altho our eyes are dimmed with tears, and the shadows of bereavements ure all around us we are thankful for the comfort which ycomes from living in of Nicholasville, I I I I I I I I and FARM and FAMILY A GREAT MONTHLY MAGAZINE DURING JANUARY AND FEBRUARY ONLY. Special.'Rate Period Limited to These Tw Months. 1 Splendid Combination at a Little Over Half the I 1 Regular Price. I I s Subscription orders at this rate will bo accept til only when seat through regular Courier-Journal Agent iu thh district, contact with luch a beautiful character and christian faith as our dear sister. I R. E. McRoberts, COURIER-JOURNA- L Lancaster, Ky. CO., Louisville, Xy. jS The Central Record, Thursday, January 18, 1917. Remarkable Values WE WILL SELL OUR SUITS Lo?an dontner MIL AND & OVERCOATS Come in and get our prices at greatly reduced prices during the month of JANUARY. before you buy. Lancaster, Kentucky. Anderson Brothers. Stearns. The Ultimate Cor. I America's first Knight Motor Car. . The Car For Luxury, Pride and Service. If Interested, write or phone llunlett Jim la llurdett llright 1! a Ilurnman Lewis llurninan I.ucinda t l)oty Earnest Duty Kdna f a and Faulkner Letvi 2 I I Harris W. II. I t Hlatt Annie Jennings (m o II a Kaanaugli Morth 4 97 I ltl 1 I 32 1 . . 10 2S 1 97 ltl...., ltl .. 5 IS2 it yi 12 'J 2 ti ISO ltl 2 32 1 Lacky Alex lit I Mary, heirs Lewis Steve heirs It acres Ma Held ltl ... . ltl.. 4 S7 2M & Ik! 11 23 8 28 fi (52 t! Jery Andy Andy am Named - ' ' Cr MmBm" and wrangled. You know, you have heard them argue whether He'd be called Jack or Johri or Jim before. Finally, one fellow spoke up and said : "Why not call him 'SOVEREIGN? His mother was a Virginian, his father an aristocrat of the Carolinas. He comes from the very best stock. He comes from the very sweetest, ripest, mellowest Virginia and Carolina tobacco. He is being raised right in one of the cleanest, whitest, healthiest homes on earth. He is a Southerner born, a Southerner bred, a Southern gentleman the king of them all a real SOVEREIGN. Ed. C. Benckendorf WILMOItK. KY Maytield Meadows New land Iti.lnn.iun Simpson III I 1 t I lU ltl. ltl. llettie brs Sarah F.liza 1 a... 5 CI 3 32 t I Smalluood Jesu I'll William? Herbert 1 a Williams James No. 2 llryantsville. ltl.. 4 97 3 OS 5 03 S 98 IS 30 :. HUNTERS This TAKE NOTICE. WA' " ihm Agreement Witneseth, That in order to protect the game on our lundi for n period of threti yearn we bind ourselves not to hunt therenn, nor permit anybody else to do to, Hml wr further agree to prosecute with diligence all persons who violate the game laws of Kentucky or trespass upon our lands for the purjwe of hunting. And we further agree to act aa Deputy (lame Wardens for the iurMtte of currying out this agreement. Kxcepl each of us have the right to kill rabbits on our 'arms or jwrinit It to be done by another under our superv Ision, or the supervision of some responsible and reliable person selec'ed by us. This November 15th. 1915. It. - Klkin, J no. M. Karra, V. II. Ilurton. K. Itobinson, W. II. Ilrown, Alex Walker, T. A. Klkin. F. M. Tinder. Hubble, C. M. Deshon. II. II. Cox, J. W. Stveeney, W. M. Mahan, Halcomb W. II. 1 T. I Nelson W. It. lira. 35 a Pollard Hen (N.K.) 51 a. I'reton Harrison J a iu 12 CO IS 30 4 or, 8 80 I'reston Ashury, 2(1 n I'reston J. T. 1 a I'ryor ,M. V. 3 s . Shearer W. Hoy, J a ... A. 10 a c !i 4 x 30 05 OS Sutherland St) pes ICay, Mrs. la J. 2 4 98 Anderson No. 2. Colored. Wm. 4 it all taxes 1U10 llitS. SU.Sl) Dunn Corr.madort, Elmore Almiry ..$1& 21 :) III a. a . 3 OS Jefftrson Crenntll, 4 a . Myers Willis, Hrs. 14 a Wlthsrs James, la .. Iluckeye No. X White. Kurton 3i . ri 30 7 30 7 03 C 30 J. J. II. 1 a. 1!US, 1910 S.r Well, way back in 1901, after I had been I.' Ilurton Wootson t . . 4 4 in this bright, happy world for several days, I began to get worried like. I didn't have any name. Folks were calling me "it" and "the new one" and "whatdya-call-it.- " I didn't like it a bit. Then one day I heard the Big Chief telephoning all his department heads to meet in his office. Haselden llros., J h) Davis Nelson 30 a 97 07 13 58 1G1K) J. II. Dalton. 'John II. Smith. .t. N. Kisher Herring, I ItS. Hughes Ilroi, Withers llros. Pretty soon they all came filing in. Tall chaps, short chaps, fat chaps and skinny chaps. "Now that he is here," said the Big Chief, "what will you name him?" My! how they wrangled and wrangled William, Marcus und .1 i in White. II. F. Wilmot, J. I). Tope. Mrs. David Chenault, Fred J. Conn, W. It. Cook. J, . Elmore, T. C. Itankin. Iluirinnii llro. Win, 0. Anderson. Sinn Cotton. T. M. Arnold. Jr. W. II. Moss It. K. Henry. Jno. M. White, A. I). HraiNhnw. llright Herring " It. I,, llarker. Scott IIiifTirinn Win. Hiul Lizzie OrHlott. Kmmons llros, N. It. 17 a, Humes Trav, XI a Umg J. , 41) a. bal Kay Mike, 2 a Kay J. It., ?J a Itosa Milton, Ilia Simpson Wii, Zi a, Simpson Mary 87 a Sowers Hnimu Mrs. 2a 21 20 U V) 7 G2 3.1 59 14 2S 8 42 15 Tudor Harrison, u Iluckeye No 3. liay Alice, lira, t a 1 22 7 02 I 97 Colored. 3 OS Ken fro Wilson 3 a Wearren Joe. ' a. Wearren Win, 2 u West Charlie 10 H . . . . 8 95 0 tfl t 97 8 12 " 11 1 Sheriffs Sale FOR The Folks of the South KNOW good blood. The Folks of the South KNOW good tobacco. the best is none too good a name." So I was named, friend, for I want you as one of my friends, and it means a whole heap when I say SOVEREIGN n I am guaranteed by .Y.VJS3- --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. - , Sovereign Cigarettes FOR THE GENTLEMAN OF THE SOUTH On Miiiiduv. Jaimarv 22nd. 1!I17. nt one o'clock, in front of tho Court Hmite diuir in Lancaster, Ky , I will offer to the highest bidder for chhIi, ho much of the :fo llmvinir ik'icribed iiroiiurtv. n will pay the Statu. Cuuutv and distiict school taxes Tor the veur 1910. The iiiirchuser In entitled to deed In two years und interest at the rule of 30 per cent iter annum and IS per cent damages if redeemed in that tllnu. These are the uncollected Taxes and must be paid by Jantiury 22nd. or the liropertyjwill he sold. Lancaster No, ), White. (Joins Henry 7a No 1 Colored. Alcorn MInervia Ileazley Mary 10 a Ueazley .SamJIJa Wand Hill Uruce Amandy.a a $4 99 JCiruf of fffi&m CLC6 ltl No. I. White. AluiaA. C. (n. r.) Ii7 a Ilallard .u. J. Ti a llrock Kininitt L'O a Krock Carlo T0 Hrock Jek 2't n Cornelius W. II. Mi a Davit Knos 1 a Kdlin llros, IS a Hulnian J. M. IS u Holmun Sam 10 it Hopkins frank US a 1.1'inuy Lewis 1 u ,i Dr. Letcher IMS Martin Mrs. Klizuheth 1L n Miller Suiin ll a I'm kur Mrs Lucy IS u 1'ulliiid, Mrs. Clyde IS u Kobinsoii and Kohiiison SO u rihelton LihIi 50 a Tudor Tom 1 a Williams Kd 1 a Willis M, T. 28 a Colored No. I. llurnsidc Clay 1 a Faulkner Hill 1 a Faulkner Abu Sr. 3) a Kaulkner June lira, 'J a Faulkner Wm 2 a Faulkner Kdith 20 a Harris William 2 a Kelly, Isiuh 20 a l.cavtill Jonas 1 a Leavell All 1 n "t oo 93 4 Wl 5 3tf' 1 hlf 3 79 20 17 2 32 4 75 5 13 0 20 0 00 3 20 7 (K) 1 70 12 2 25 92 3 50 I 1 71 Si 31 25 2 00 0 03 4 90 7 76 3 05 4 97 (I 11 00 ltl 3 05 Stewart Vantis 7 8 95 Sluvin Mundy 2 a 5 81 a 33 4 97 G 30 G 30 2 32 c CO 38 G. T. BALLARD, Jr., HIIKUIFF OF GAKUAHDCO.