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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): January 25, 1917 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1917 cen1917012501_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 25, 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 25. 1917. Tin- - NlfMBtiK 43. Inconvenience caused ly the hmvy snow has abated -- what next? Mb TO Look at the Inlwl mi your paper, and If you oweTHKKKCOItl) anything Html In llir money. The high cost ol paper ML m k TV We woulil'bn much pleafcd If our Northern heavy white seed ohIh for and subscribers would phone us lluilnnn, Hughe & Farnau. friends any item they may think worthy of We arc ei.donvoring to get ouf notice. Cur of shingles just received. A. II. Itnstin nnil Son. the best paper we know how mid would certainly appreciate any favors shown A dune in jour hand is worth a dollar us in the way of news Items, social In the pocket of most men who owe events, visitors, etc. Anyone answef you. ing I'llONi: CI, will gladly take the Try our high (trade Hour. Money hack Horns. if not satisfactory. Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. GOODS AT BIG REDUCTION. snli-- . ( I YOUR IS DUE. PLEASE CALL AND T MIL Hi together wilh the "nnt.paY-syslern- " of some of our subscribers make it very unpleasant when the time comes to mske out our payroll. Wo tru.it tlmt a hint to the wine will bp sullicient. i 5i And so Mm. Viscunto waa Kentucky, "out Switzer way." how we have risen. Iturn in My, I nriF Sludi! Slush, Slush, on thy cold, gray asphalt, oh Keel And I would that in V tongue could utter the thoughts that arise in tnel Tom I.nwsona revelations in the leak inquiry aru aa disappointing at his articles on "Kreniicd Finance." Tom's a great talker hut never seems to make II pens 3HE Kllllt. CONN BROTHERS. Hardware. Lancaster, Ky., Jan 17, 1917. Mr.' A .femes. Washington hasn't an corner on casts. Since the hip; snow then' is tmu in molt every house in Lancaster Vvhich is being Investigated by local tinners. The rold weather gives us till the Thero lire chance to think and plan. We can long evening hi the fireside. renew family Joys, anil we can have time for thinking mid study. " This oflice has been getting out, this week, an immense amount of advertising, for Hastin Ilros. of this city, announcing their great reduction sale of groceries, dry goods and notions, preparatory to making room for the great amount of electrical supplies, necessary for the electric light plant, a franchise for which they purchased last fall, the immediate installation of which will begin in u few weeks. Their advertisement contains some remar-abl- e low prices and we know that the public will be quick to purchase the many bargains ottered. SETTLE. THIS MEANS YOU. popuTaFentleman Judge H. A. Ilurnside, of Lancaster, is here visiting his brothor. Dr. Wm. Ilurnside, nnd his daughter, Mrs. T. K. w aison, inis weea. uuiige uurnsius ri has been in the service of the U. S. j jj icevenue Department tor more il internal than thirte venrs. let t tie IVmoprnta or l( publicans in Kiwer it seems it is nam to gei aiong wunoui mm. lie was elected I ounty Judge of Garrard County on the Republican ticket many years ago. and his sou, Joe Ilurnside, was elected Clerk of the Circuit Court XI on the Itepublicau ticket in 1915 It is ' t I gHid that the Ilurnsides are the only piople to ever be elected on the lie- j publican ticket in that county. Moun- j iulll Advocate, - Luneaster. Ky. - Dear Sir: Your first cjitcsiion Is it n light t lie draff most We nrc so tflad you asked this, for it is one of vitnl points in (lie make up of n jJoihI plow. AVKKY CIllLl.KI) on the innrkcl It developed rycenily that Mrs. ICuth Visconti. who has figured in the "leak" Inquiry, was a native of Scott county, Kentucky, having been born near Stamping (iround. where she spent her early life. She has been on a Washing, ton newspaper for many J ears. When you consider that snow weighs seven isninds to the square foot, we wonder that more roofs did not collapse In order to obviate this and alo pud- den thaws every precaution was taken to prevent injury to person and property by having the snow shoveled on", something we never had to do before. HASELDEN BROS, Lancaster, Kentucky PLOW is the lightest draft plow mohl-btiart- arc so conbecause the structed that it tJiws the lightest draft possihlc to a plow. Wc will continue our letter in the Central Record HELP THE BOYS In Effort To Get Out School Paper. next week 'Kentucky stands twelth from the from the bottom and thirty-seventh The boys of the High School, with the help and endorsement of I'rof Hop- enough advertising to help finance a college paper they hope to get out every month during the remainder of the school yeaa. They are meeting with some encouragement in the way of advertising and the merchants and the business men of the city should help them. The I (!) Collections Bills and Claims of all classes are col lected by our System everywhere. We make absolutely no charge unless the money is actually paid to you or us. Conn i 99 Brothers. Ell .. I LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. EE3G '-- m DC Tlie eight! Anderson, filtf. follows: counties ltoyle. 1,62.1. Garrard. 831; Jessamine. 1.3M; Lincoln. 1.800. Madison. 2.000; 87U: Shelby. 1,710, making a i Mercer. total number of illiterates in this dis trict of ll.:illi. ) I I I 1 1 1 A'lfV:if iit1l i'ftfv ifit j3 . C-tr What Our Ads Tell You Tlje jImIs in the store hack up. It isn't that wny everywhere is it iThis is not a dun. lut we needa some mun, So we thought we would just say, J. Your account on the books mj f A Show a debit in looks. And won't you come and pay? Wjf til I l'leaie don't be to slow. .3 Kor we t(M, some debt it owe. I price they are asking for advertising space is very reasonable and the boys should be encouraged in their eirorts. ! I A Turn over a few bad debts to us and watch us get the money. It will pay you to investigate our proposition. I lj The Sanders Mercantile Agency JUSTICE OF THE PEACE Appointed In District Number 4. Coy S. Sa.iders, Manager. Ollice 1st lloor Bradley Bldg. West tide Lexington St. Phone 212 I s I III (cuernlly what is printed is better thllll what the store sells. -.- A Hut we are particular in this regard. Particular to have SUCH eatables that exaggeration is ipiite unnecessary So when you rend a statement about what (his store sells, you don't have to discount it to at the truth. Just lake what we say til its face value, nnd you will tind no cause for dissatisfaction. Pi ft 0 Theo Currey. c Mr. J. W. Coldiron, the magistrate I.ick Precinct, rein the Union-Pain- t signed his oHice in that precinct to the idovernor, and Honorable J. M. Met-- ! Jersey bull calves, for which he calf of Paint I.ick has been appointed fancy prices In the south. One by Governor Stanley to succeed him. I 10 ilr - ('rth Gilchrist, of Court- Mr MetcaU ,1U, lieen an intimate friend v land, Ala, and the other to Mr. Richard and supiiorter of Governor Stanley and at heighten, Ala, the Governor could not have found a moie competent und suitable man for PIANO RFflTAi. this responsible position, in addition to 1 lllilV llUVIIHUi M honoring a good friend. Squire Met- The public is cordially invited to at-t- ,t calf will be a good addition to the Fistend the piano recital given by the a man busi0 piano department tf the (Jraded School cal Court, being and one of wide deeply who is ness experience ' be- J at the Auditorium this evening, j L .,("A..,t,l. nt 'T.'lll ,.,.t,,L- - Interested in the business progress of in. 1,18 loculllV , Many pupils will take part in the ex-- i erases oi ine evcninig aim h pieasani n I it n nr Wientertainmeiit is assured those who MK. J. liUUAIl DAlLAKIJUUI , j aliemi. REGISTERED STOCK SOLD. Mr. (5. H. Swinebrawl has recently sold and shiiqa-- two of his registered Old Hickory Wagons. il There Is None Better 'tin A i(7 it ic I .r D Si BE HATFIELD DENTIST. I'HONKS Ollice I ft. I'crlileiii'e 70. LANCASTER, 3C KENTUCKY. en &wigsnjTttKimr.o:ut..a ! ir. uw n n. w m wmw m a m h vst JSl mm SH Funeral Lancaster, Director and Embalmer. Kentucky. Ollice Phone 18. Residence Phone 33. The democrats will have the oppor- Charlie Dunn, u former Lancaster tunitv of making it choice between can-- I boy and a graduate of the High School didutes for the legislature in this coun. here n lew .years ago and ufterward ty at the August pi unary. Mr. J. taking a course at Kentucky Uiuver- llogan Ilallaid, one of the most suc-ItI is holding down u position with cessful and popular )oung business men the Chicago Telephore Company, be-(the lliyantsvilie section 'throws his ing the AssiJtant manager ot this I hat into the political ring by announ-systeCharlie alw.iya was n bright ciug his candidacy for the democratic nnd ludusti luus boy and Ins ft iends nomination to represent this county in lieie aru proud of his rapid adv.mce the Lower House lit the next General unit bespeak for him u bright und Assembly, subject to the will of the iropi ions futuie. democrats. Mr. Hallurd by his statement shows Ill fact, it is u clean parly reconl. FALLS IN WELL. .rttliu tfiimt'n tl,.,f 1, ia (,. if III.. . I some excitement as ciejteil last i j - ",v"" ' I l,v.,i.. ui I..l,u.., ty. He pledges lidelity and loyalty to 7 and driver, lielongini! to Davidson audi.. ... He shows i . Tomhiison, tumbled nun the old well Ins platform that he is alive to the cull if. it r the piopert) of Mrs. Diinne) of the public for neidi'd leglslati l.ac.vi-i or a tune it lo aid like UnThis bright, competent young Jennie horse was "done for'', while thodilver will add strength to the ticket in toe and the wagon were removed with little liual election, because he is popuhu. The well is more than ten dilllcultv. has a good party record, Is ill toiuh feet deep und the licrsu occupied a very with the progressive needs of our coununcomfortable position at the bottom. ty und will bo aLIu to do his part for A tree is located ut u very strattgic the ticket in the November election. point, which Harry Tomliiison sava was Many democrats, feeling that Mr, Hal planted there for the purpose, over the lard, having been such a good demolimb of which was thrown the rope of cratic worker nnd so loyal to his party a block and tackle, with plenty of help and its nominees in the past, is entitled standing around, the rope was securely to a consideration since this is the first fastened around the body of the horse time he has ever asked for ollice. and he was soon brought to the surface, safe and without a scratch. The well Tankage containing 00 per cent prois dangerous, fur several accidents have tein, and shorts Is best feed for growoccurred there recently und it should ing hogs. For sale by be covered over securely or filled up. Hudson, Hughes & Karnau MAKING GOOD. FOR REPRESENTATIVE. ,.,.. - I'lJttMjl Si .. Our Prices on these and Buggies are just right. Let us show you. 111 I W. J. ROMANS. The Central Record, Thursday, January 25, 1917. The lllue Grans I'ublishors and Printers' Association, in Its quarterly meeting at the 1'hoenix Hotel decided to plan for b'jylnp adapt a newsprint paper and nuuplics. After discussion of establishing an advertising agency' the association endorsed the Mutual Benefit Advertising Company, of which Thomas M, Owsley is manager. The "free plate" advertising matter will not be accepted except at the regular advertising rates, The memwas the decision reached. bers agreed to send notices also to manufacturers that no free nlate need be shipped except onjexpress order of the paper. J. M. Allen, of the Cynthiana Democrat, president of the association was instructed to communicate with Kentucky congressmen and senators, seeking their aid in the campaign to lower 1), M. Hutton of the newsprint rates, Harrodsburg Herald is secretary of the association, HOME T0Bfl660 WAREHOUSE We have the highest market in the State. One Hundred and Seven Thousand Six Hundred and Forty pounds went over s We want to continue selling your tobacco and guarantee to give each basket of your crop our closest personal attention. Ask those who have already sold with us how we treat our patrons. Below are a few of our sales for the past week: Baldwin & Hownn) Hume & Kenrns Afice fc Saltce 11)35 pounds 53 .72 average S 27.70 3505 pounds 838.42 average 23.02 2520 pounds 550.G5 nvrraile 2220 Hume & Chcnnult 2200 pounds 11 fcARDS.j at Ilainey Lancaster. Office Or. Wm. D. Pryor, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. a floor today which gave an average of $19.72. per hundred. i & Jackson ficWf) pounds? 1. 502.70 average 5 2(!.78 Hroaddus&Croueher 20(15 pounds (118.01 average 22.47 W O Burk 17 10 pounds 305.31 average 22.08 f 108.52 average 522.05 I.ivery Stable. Kentucky Smith li. W. Morrow, Crailuate ()jiirin lllmr) HIKM.S.IKl.dlmi lin.r.nti-n-l IE. EDWARDSji' Phone 391-M U. S. HENS END LONDON EGG FAMINE. Huge Importations Cut Record Price From THE HOI semi-annu- TOBACCO Incorpo rated. WAREHOUSE CD, BUCKEYE, KY. $1.14 a Dozen. Owing to. the im portation in the last week of 15,000,000 eggs frcm America and Egypt the price of eggs in London markets, which had been gradually soaring for six months, has suddenly fallen. While eggs a week ago today were selling at 90 cents to 1.14 a dozen, today the price dropped at $1.0S for the freshest variety and to CO cents a dozen and even lower for other varieties. The average household egg that brought CO cents a dozen a week ago is being sold today at CO to 75 centa u dozen, according to the neighborhood. A week ago there were almost no eggs in the market to be had for less than five cents each while today some of the larger markets are selling them as low as thrree cents, these being small, but none the less fresh. That is what the importation of eggs has done for London in one week. Lo:idon, Jan 22 Richmond, Kentucky. The annual meeting of the directors of the Bank of llrvantsville was held last Tuesday afternoon. The regular (Delayed) dividend of 3 per cent was Mrs. K. I. Uurton was on the sick declared and $500 was added to the surlist last week. plus fund. Mr It. K. Swope was made Mrs. II. C. Rose was hostess at din- a director. All of the former ollicers were ner Wednesday. Mrs. E'izabeth Burgess is the guest Mr. and Mrs. J. Hogan Uallard enof relatives in Mercer. tertained a few friends informally last Master Jack Williams has recovered Thursday evening in honor of Miss Marguerite Woolfolk of Lexington. from an attack of tonsilitis. "500" was played and a delightful salad Car of Shingles just received. A. II. liastm & Son. course and hot chocolate were served. Mr. and Mrs. J. r). Ilryant of Lan- Those who enjoyed the evening beside caster, have been spending several days the guest of honor, were Misses Hetty West of Lancaster, Cecil Bowling and with Mrs. J. W. Ilryant. Mayme Ballard, Messrs David Kankin, Miss Mayme Lee Uallard was hostess I). A. Thomas, Chenault Elmore ami at a six o'clock dinner Sunday to a few II. Clay KaufTman. friends for her guest' Miss Marguerite Woolfolk of Lexington. PAINT LICK Messrs K. K., B. I and W. II. Swope have received word of the serMiss Ora Estridge is on the sick list. ious illness of their sister, Mm. Mary Miss Lucy Francis is spending sevKagsdale, who is in a Kansas City Hoseral days in Lancaster. pital. Mrs. Annie Brown was a visitor in Mr. Lem Teater who recently moved to the farm he bought from Mr. W. L. Richmond the past week. Miss Willie Williams is visiting her Lawson, near Lancaster, was down one day last week and said that he and his grandmother in Richmond. family were well pleaded with their Mrs. Rice Woods and Miss Chastine new home. Rucker spent Tuesday in Richmond. TTnnaVor Fine Cut Flowers. Inttn il Ui.Dnlin.tK BRYANTS VI LLE Mis Maurine Mcl.ln was hostess at j great hrigth, no damage of material nn informal rook pi rty on Saturday i importance was done. evening. Mr. John Rippetean, of Jackson, was the guest of Miss Mary Lear, the past week. Car of Shingles just received. A. II. Baiitin & Son. Mr. and Mrs. Klfrey Williams were guetts of Mr. and Mrs. KiM Williams H. We Will Build Warships On .1. PATRICK, Koniuoky I). V. M. The Government's Own Terras To tW American PropU It U cJaimcil j the Navy Departinrut Jiit our ralimiitn of cult uu latUc cruiwri arc too Dentist. Paint Lick, FOR SALE AND Properly Listed In This No. 5. RENT Column. Is a suburban tract of 133 acres situated on main pike with building site far 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 constructed tobacco barm. Farm well fenced and watered. This tract has KENT Ccttages on it, always rented, that produce a rental equal to the average income on a $5000 investment. 1'rice $20,700. $5,700 cash and balance in equal payments d'le in 2, 3 and 4 years, Buy this for a home and live convenient and accessible to the advantages of one of the best small cities the past week, Mrs. Felix Estridge, of Ilerea and Mrs. Elmer Mooie were guests of Mrs. Eli Estridge Sunday. Mr. E. W' White and family have have moved into their new residence erected on the lot bought from Mr. Jack Davis. Mr. William Todd who has been )UitR sick for some time is much worse at this writing and not expected to live but a short tun. Misses Elizabeth Ilryant and Jeanette Eldrulge, of the graded school faculty, were unable to be in their class rooms all of last week on account of impassible roads. The excessive rain on Sunday, together with the melting snow caused John Jl. Casey, Graduate I'inciiiiiiiti The Krtlrral Trade CnmrnUilon Th time. forthaltl tuM 8uLm (miniomoIi U an tvrncy mniitrnt ami riiipri! to tlrcMe jut ia ti a quotion a this country want dipt and tliry Veterinary Surgeon. Veterinary KKNTUCKY ftbouM bf built in the ukkrat ll DANVH.LK. Collet t! ii U llw 1'bjiJ The llrthlrhcm St re! OirMratlim U prepare! to umtrrlake the hiilliling f the hat tie rruUer Inrliitlril In the naval program I'PON Oofernment ANY lUSISWIUCII rilKKKDKltAl. THDKCOMMISMt)NMII.U after lamination of the farts, determine to he fair. J. A. Beazlev FUNERAL DIRECTOR OMlre Ovrr National Hank. Jteiidence I'hone 3. Olfice I'hone 27 l.ANCASTKIt. KY. Bethlehem Steel Girporatlou CIIAS. M. MIltWAll. EUGKT4K G. (2HACK. great uneasiness for fear of another flood and although the creek rose to a rbiliMi Vt4 Ladies Coats, Mens and Boys Suits to close out at cost. G. C. COX, Manse,Ky 5 anywhere. No. G. Is a tract of 70 acres; has all the improvements of tract No. 5 and is priced at $12,250 and is worth the money. Terms $4250 cash and balanco in equal pavments,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 tries, all requirements in out buildings, lights and water: has several acres We will suitable for building lots. trade this handsome city dwelling and acrage in on a good farm. If you wish to retire from the farm you should know about this one. No. 9. Is a bargain, 170 acrea 3 miles from Lancaster, right on turnpike, has two dwellings and two good barns. This farm will produce hemp and tobacco, about one half in grass, price $100 per acre. 10. Ia a two Btorv dwelling, situated in the city limits, large size lot, in good locality. The dwelling is newly built, in splendid condition and attractive; all the citv conveniences, water, lights, sidewalks. The owner leaving city and will take $2,100. 7 No. 11. City Property-Dwelli- ng. rooms and cellar, situated on beautiful l nil uv....t conveniences including garage ami barn. No. 12. Five room dwelling, modern, good barn, large lot fronting on Lex- SAY YOU If YOU buy out of town, and WE buy out of town and ALL our NEIGHBORS buy out of town what in the thunder will BECOME of our town and EVERYTHING about it? OfflWl0r.j---- M. K. Denny and W. A. Wheels Doctors Of Denial Surgery. OI!lc twmti HillMlncatrt llnrt .on, I.ANCASTKIt, A Auitl urntlur? Hlurr KKNTUCKY. Fruitand ShadeTrees Shrubs, GraDe Vines, Rhubarb. Asparagus. TREES Lexington. Kentucky. 1811. 1910 Roses, Phlox, Peonies Kverythini! fur Orchard. Lawn und Garden. Write for free Cutnlogiie. No AJts H.F.Hillcnmeycr & Sons. JOHN WHITE & CO. LOUISVILH, KY. Llbartl aad lull vtliM ortmoit pl4 ll..n...l I Hervey & Woods Paint L,icl, Kentucky. Lumber, Lime, Cement, Sand and Brick. ZFURS Mldat and Oott Skint I ..I ' .A li r ington St., cheap at $2500. No. 13. Iluilding Lots Under this No. we oiler you attractive single and double building lots, splendid location, over S0O feet deep, $150 to $900, capable of water and light connections. The Thomas Real Estate Ageny. U. A. i nomas, t TU ff , irr. lor brri It t U 'imrtf .Ml III. lwr.ll rnt' 'i f ' M i i 1 V 'Jtr Nx.W'AU.l CjUk-- lZLr) fTFl. JjJittt can li HIGHEST PRICES PAID RtmhUnc Sbipmanl U Oil! ce llecord Illdg. mgr. Lancaster, Ky ( BOOKKEEPING Butlneu,Plioaography Furniture and Field Seeds. M!IJ Hivd on Dy No Commission to Pay mmd TYPEWRITING and WrtURR.SMlf TELEGRAPHY M 4 ! BUSINESS COUEQE IBII All Kinds of Builders Hardware. Writ for trkm LUt M. Sabel & Sons UnnwtUj t.UUui.4 IIS LOUISVILLE, KY. ,i Ukt tu.l.. 1'" The Central Record, Thursday, January 25, 1917. NO REST-N- O PEACE. I Special Price During Jan- uary and February on COURIER-JOURNA- L $4. A YEAR. Give us Your Subscription. McRoberts Drug Store HONOR 1. if. ROLL BANK. STUDY THESE SUGGESTIONS. 3. 4, I). C. i V 7. Pay your bills ly check, and have your wife pay her hills by check schemes. Never Icml an ekr to Follow some system in saving Do not be haphazard nlwut it. Kent n safe demit Ikix for your valuable paerp. iervice we offer. Make free use of tho Tench the child the value ct money by giving them an allowance Meet your friend t this bank lor transacting Important business C$e Citizens National Bank KV. OK LANCASTER. II. F. HUDSON. President. JoK W. O. I'.ir.NKY, Asa't Cash'r W. K. CHAMP. J. J. WALKKK. Vice Prest. J. W'At.KKK, Jk.. Lashier. Messrs, Thos Hicks and K. I.. Speak ' bought of Mr. Dennie Scott his farm mssesion of 7;l ncre price $7000. Mr. Scott given the 1st of March. ience. S, Carrier, merchant. W Public bought n farm of 7t!J acres near Mich Square, Lancaster, says; l had duil olasville for $101. an acre. backaches that bothered me, especially during the night an.l my kidneys nited A Little Coes a Long Way. irregularly. I used I loan 'a Kidney Pills, I Sarcasm, like tnbnen. should be procured at Stormen' Drug Store and used sparingly. Albany .loumnl. the backache.' and r.ther signs of kidney trouble left tne. I have had no reMen He Kept Duty. turn of the trouble." "Owens any he gle emplo) incut Don't aim-pl- y to n large number of men." "So ho Price We. at nil dealers. nk for a kidney remedy get Doan'a doca other people's bill collectors." Kidney Pills- - the name that Mr. CarCo. Props., rier hail. Fosler-MilburAs to One's Needs. It. Iluiralo N. Y; Have, your need on hand when you need them, mid be sure to nee that they are what you need before yu CROSSING THE BAR. Deed them, (Said to have been Admiral Dewey's1 favorite poem.) Youth's Might. Sunset and the evening star. "I)e truth Is mighty," said Uncle And one clear call for me! Hben. "Ken n He, to be successful, And may there be nu moaning of the I in to hue Mime truth rprlnklcd through It." bar When I put out to sea. Hut such a tide as moving seems asleep Too full for sound or foam. When that which drew from out tht boundless deep Turns again home. Twilight and the evening bell. And after that the dark! And may there be no amines of fareThedford's Black-Draug- ht well. is the best medicine When I embark. ; There' no pence nnd little rest tho one who suffer from n bad hack, and distressing urinary (Unorders. Lancaster iieople recommeml Doan'a Kid ney I'ilN. Be guided by their exper- Annie II. and Florence Stone spent the latter part of the week with their sis Orchard for ter Mrs. Felix Lane near I I drove. - mis having dinner nt home. As soon ns he was. seated he began nibbling at hla pie. When nuked hi reaWhen the news of the death of Mr. son for doing this, he replied: "Oh, I want to ent some pie tlrst nnd some John W. Pruitt, was heralded thruout pie last so my stnmarli will think It the community Inst Friday morning it had nil pic for dinner." came as a great shock, as only a few of the near neighbors were aware of Woman Doctors Among Savage. his illness, He was taken with n deep No matter where we look, whether cold which developed into pneumonia It be ninone the Indian tribe of North and he died in just one week. From a or South America, or unions the people human standpoint, his death seemed of Africa, Australia, Kamchatka, or untimely, as he was greatly needed In Cochin China, we come across women the home, in the church and as n citi- taking part In medical ceremonies. we find "the medicine womzen. Mr. Pruitt was GO years of nge and moved into this community (5 years an," or the "wise woman," held In deep ago from Freedom. Those who have reverence. known him from boyhood attest ot his Punishment Suited Jack. high integrity nnd sterling qualities. Jack hnd been miuchty and hi Since having united with the church at this f lace, be has been faithful tnduty. teacher xnld: "Now. .luck, I've talked and talked und you won't be n nice hoy He was Assistant Superintendent, so bring your book nnd sit at my deacon and churi.li treasurer, filling desk, so I can watch you." Jack sloweach distinctive ollicv well. The home ly gathered up hi primer nnd tablet where tills great shadow ha fallen is and climbed up on the stool. The sud indeed, leaving a broken-hearte- d other children all laughed. After a wife and a bright, handsome boy of 3 time Jack sold : "I like to sit by you." years. May she look beyond the shad- Needless to say Ja, " Sliln"t have to ". ow to see the silver lining that "God any more. Jamc-s JOHN W. PRUITT Passes Away At Marksbnry. T Fooling Hla Stomach. Now Well doeth all things well", He also leave? two brothers, and four sisters. Nathan iel Pruitt, Mrs. Simpsun Kogers. Mrs. David Pruitt of GarrarJ county, Porter Pruitt of Madison county, Mrs. Geo. P'erce of Decatur 111, Mrs. W. II. Compton of Atlanta III. The funeral servlces.were held at the Fork church by his pastor, Itev. J. W. Mahan. after which he was laid to rest in the Lancaster cemetery. The sympathy of the community goes out to the bereaved family. Airs. Nora Pruitt desires to thank all of her friends and neighbors for their valuable assistance during her late sorrow. Jacob SchulzCompany IncoriHiraled For tho' from out our bourne of Time and Plnre The Hood may hear me far. I hope to meet rnv Pilot face to face When I have crossed the bar. Tennyson. lever used." write Forgetfulnet. RtyiSMd, who lives In the country had been taken Into town by his mother to dine at his uncle's. After dinner, as he sat Joyously watching hi city cousins playing nbout, he suddenly became embarrassed, noticing the smart frocks of the little girl and the Lord Fnuntleroy rigs of the boys, nnd appeared to try to hide hi feet back of the round of hi chulr. When his mother questioned him, he whispered, almost tearfully: "Ilefore I came I forgot to paint my shoes." Three Definition. Cnrtl Jnek, n ,Urttd J. A. Sleelman, ol Pattonville, Texas. "I sulfered terribly with liver troubles, and could get no relief. The doctors said I had consumption. all. Finally I I Mt Hebron. could not work at tried Fine Cut Flowers For Phones XV.)-V. All Occasions. or 83. All Orders Rccciu- - Prompt Attention Wm. F. Miller, Agt. Lancaster. unlay after an extended visit to atives in Ohio. Parson spent Sunday with Mr. Mr. Klmer llrown left last Tuesday hi grand mother. for Cincinnati, where he ha accepted Several from here attended court in a lucrative (wsition. I Lancaster Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hurte were Miss Lenna Anghn was the guest of 'visitors of her parents at Kirksville the j latter part of the wis k. Miss Uiu Kuhlman Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Campbell are tin j Mr J. F. Floyd returned to his home roud parents of a line boy born the in Jellico Tenn, Thursday after a stay of several weeks with his father. llth. Miss Ida Mae llurte spent the past Mr. Jim llutncr and family have lotwo weeks with Mrs, K. F Parson of cated at Princess Ky, where Mr Hut-nFlatwood". has a position with the Coal Co Mr. Alex Lyttle returned home Sat- - there. LOWELL rel- Mr. A. S. Dean lost a nice calf last Week. Sunnyside and locust Grove schools were suspended last week on account ut the snow. Mr. Lee Grow bought of Mr. Odus Naylor his farm located near lxjcut Grove for $.W00. Mr. and Mrs. Gable N'aylor are very happy over the arrival of a baby girl named I.ida I.avern. and baby, Mrs. Oatu Montgomery Mrs. Dillanl llrumtield and Mrs. J. II. Dean are are on the sick list. 'Mr. I.. K Speaks is hauling lumber to build a tenant houseon his farm which will be occupied byJMr.Klcliard Spivy and family. In the absence of the pastor on the second Sunday, Kev. II, M. Shouse, of Parksville preached two very interesting sermons here. Mrs. Sam Dulton and little sisters. THEDFORD'S BLACK-DRAUGH- T had severnl times been to see baby, and was Mr. II. K. Swope, who has been il m exuberant In bis love for and enis much improved. thusiasm over him we were anxious and curious to hear what he would sny Mrs. Fanny Pollard has been ill for about Hilly, then ten days old. Unthe past few days. fortunately, hi visit came when Wily Mrs. Edmond Sutton is indisposed wn asleep, und Curtis solemnly eyed the motionless little mite 'way down from rheumatism, In the crib. When his father asked D. S. Swope sold his crop of tobacco that evening what he thought of Hilly, at the barn for 22 cents. Curtis said, "Well, I'm n little boy, Jack's u little buby, and Billy Little John Pruitt has been ill of und a Just name." pueumonia for u few days. Mrs. Icie Kemper and family been sulfering from deep colds. have HUNTERS and to my surprise, I got better, ?.nd am to-das well as any man."ThedIord'sBlack- Draught Is a general, cathartic, vegetable liver medicine, that has been regulating irregularities ol the liver, stomach and bowels, lor over 70 years. Qet a package today. Insist on the E-genuine Thedford's. I I ft ft TOBACCO ft - - TO - - I I III Mr. J. W. Swope, who has been with hi father, Mr. 15. K. Swope, has re This Agreement Witnesseth; That turned home. in order to protect the game on our Mr. W. D. Marksburv who has been lands for a period of three years we clerking with Joe Skinner, is ill at the bind ourselves not to hunt thereon, nor permit anybody else to do so. and we home of Mr McAfee. further agree to prosecute with diliMiss Virgie Clark of Danville and gence all persons who violate the game Mr. Price Clark of Fayette county, laws of Kentucky or trespass upon our have been with their sister, Mrs. Nora lands for the purpose of hunting. Ana Pruitt, for several days. we further agree to act as Deputy .Miss Georgia Dunn recently bought Game Wardens for the purpose of cara farm containing G5 acres at Beuna rying out this agreement. Except each Vista, price unknown. Her farm joins of us have the right to kill rabbits on our Tarms or permit it to be done by the one her orothera recently bought' another under our supervision, or the Mrs. Kyle Isom and Mrs Hutchinson, supervision of some responsible and Camp Dick Robinson, two of the of reliable person selected by us. best women financiers in the community This November 15th, 1915. and there is little doubt that they beat J. E. Robinson, the men making money as the following K. L. Elkin, W. H. Brown, figures will show. Mrs Hutchinson Jno. M. Farra, Alex Walker. sold during the year of 1916, $750 worth W. B. Burton. T. A. Elkin, of eggs and butter, while Mrs. Isom Haselden Bros., F. M. Tinder. IK tended a crop of tobacco with her own J. H. Dalton, Logan Hubble, hands, the only expense being 35c for John II. Smith, G. M. Deshon. setting. She recently sold the crop for J. N. Koss. H. B. Cox, $535. together with other farm produce Fisher Herring, J. W. Sweeney, amounting to $413, making a total of Hughes Bros, W. M. Mahan. SI $918. If the men cant beat these figures Wither Bros. William, Marcus and 91m White. let them be silent. B. F. Wilmot, J. D. Pope. Mrs. David Chenault, Fred J. Conn, BUCKEYE W. K. Cook. J, vV. Elmore, T. C. Kankin. Huffman Bros, Wm. G. Anderson. Mr, Lige Hurt has bought a new Sam Cotton, W. B. Moss T. M. Arnold. Jr. III auto truck. It. E. Henry. Jno. M. White, K. W. Sanders sold a milk cow to O. A. D. Bradshaw, Bright Herring. III Hoi ton for $00. It. L. Barker. Scott Huffman Mr. Oscar Heudrcn visited Mr. Mai Wm. und Lizzie Onstott. TARE NOTICE. I ft ft 1 g Carter recently. IK sheep at s ft ft LANCASTER TOBACCO STANFORD, STREET E ft C, A. Speith Company MANAQEKS. ft ft ft ft i I ft We Pay Highest Market Prices. Unload the Same Day. No Commission Charged. Phone 30a. Also Branch House at MORELAND, KY. ft ft 8 ft Jess Simpson sold to Robert Long 15 $10. per head. Mr. Cecil Ilroaddus of Cottonburg was a recent visitor here. The undersigned hereby g've warnMiss Frances Long is visiting her ing to all persons not to trespass upon m grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. II. Hay. our lands for any puriose whatever us we will prosecute all offenders to ful At Mr. and Mrs. Francis Land attended test extent of U" law. Hunters and. the funeral of Mr. John Pruitt at Fishermen especially take notice. Murksbury. K. L. Elkin Ed & N B Price Mrs. Kebccca J. West. A. C. Miles sold to Itobert Long 3 W. H. Cook. James G. Conn, head of cattle for $i0 and four 1C0 lb II. C. Arnold. hogs for $12.50. J. C. Morgan J. P. Bland. Long Bros II. and W. S. Weaver The youngest child of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. West. J. Booth Sutton. Lewis McCullough has pneumonia but W. 1. Lawsun und son. Howard King, is better at this writing. Miss Currie Bouillon, J. II. Kigsby, Miss uorotnv vtlilllaker has re J. C. Kigsby, John Richardson, JSi rtf turned to her home nt Klrkivillo after ,. C. Miles. J. 11. Woods. u visit to Mrs. It. W, Sanders. J. II, Thompson. Jno. M. Farra. David Steven. Dr. und Mrs. J. E. Edwards, Mrs. II. L. Kelly. S. C. Kigsby. Itobert Long and Willie P. Ixng were Frank Thompson. I). M Anderson. J. II. Thompson. guests of Mrs, U. Kay Monday, Am nnd Ed Bourne. Davis Sutton Mr. Clayton Sanders, of Cincinnati, spent a part of last week with Mr. J, Mrs. J. Wade Walker. Davo Dudderur W. H. Cummins. P, Prather and Mr. und Mrs. Mai Car- P. B. Thompson. Jerry Bland. Wm. Lear. ter. W. S. Ferguson, John Tatum. Robert Long sold to Madison county Mr Emma Higginbotham. parties, 7 shoats for $35, and one meat Mrs. E. L. Frazeo J. I). Nay lor hog to Herbert Whlttaker at 10 cents William Humphrey. ClaytonJHumphrey per pound. W. T. Bradshaw. Walker Bradshuw. Ths farmers of Garrard Co, who have John Pendelton, K. L. Arnold. been selling their tobacco on the Lex- Sam Clark. Peachy Grow, ington brakes are very much pleased J. U Dozier. T. It. Slavin. with their sales, Mrs D. Noel and Hurt We will add other name for 25 cent load of 21C0 lbs, for $23.16. told a POSTED ft ft cli. The Central Record, Thursday, January 25, 1917. sent by them as a representative, to Frankfort. We shall not prophesy the resglt of Mr. Heazley's candidacy, but INCORPORATED nay that the history of our party in tl.oo a yeah. can issued Weekly. this coiintv in the past has been that "party fidelity" and fitness" have been J. K. ROBINSON. Editor. pass worda of ecpjal importance to get R.L. KLKIN. Local Kill tor nml Mtlr. a nomination in u Democratic primary. The Central Record SMILE MIRRORS ROBUST HEALTH LOUISVILLE MAN Named As Stale Fair Secretary. Entered at Ihr Tost omcc In I micmter. Ky a Prtnnil Mall Matter . eta Member Kentucky Press Association nit Eighth District l'ublishcrs Lcacue. Lancaster, Ky., January 25, 1917 Rates For Political Announcements For Precinct and Citv OtIL'es . . .$ 5.00 1U.00 'or County Offices tor Statu anil District Offices.... 1S.00 10 r'or Calls, per line 10 For Carda, per line For all publications in the interest of individuals or expression of individual views, per line 10 Obituaries, per line We are authorized to announce the following candidates, subject to the Primary. action of the Democratic August 1917. County School Superintendent. H1CGINS. ihSS JENNIE County Court Clerk. J. o. HOG IE, JEl'THA ONSTOTT. W. A. DOTY. Assessor. E. 11. KAY. Manistrate District No. 1. J. II. County CLAKK. Attorney. GItEEN CLAY WALKEl!. Sheriff. A. K. WAI.KEK. Stale Senator, 18th Senatorial District. HON. II. CLAY KAUFFMAN. JAY W. HAKLAN. Representative. J. A. BEAZLEY. J. HOGAN liALl.ARD. THEY PLAY IT AS A GAME. The idea that candidates for legis- lative nominations in our party should state their past party record, as well as other principles for which they stand, has received much favorable Hut one. Editor Saufiey of comment. the 1. J., who pretends to publish a Democratic paper, seems to believe in political "free love" and demurs to our position and comments editorially, in his characteristic language. Whether with Mr. J. A. Heazley's authority, we are not advised, he states in substance that should he be elected to the Legislature Governor Stanley will not "be able to handle Mr. Heazley It would not in the slightest degree". be unreasonable tu construe this statement that Mr. Heazley would cooperate with republicans and independents and against his fellow democrats if sent to represent his county at Frankfort by his party. When the article to which Editor Sautley refers was written, Mr. tion. Heazley had announced his candidacy. Fourth I shall favor, if elected, such Some talk had been going around that an amendment and revision of our tax he was deficient in his past party rec- laws as will provide a sufficient revenue ord, and we asked him the questions tu meet the needs of the State which gave an occasion fur him to administered, but will not publish his record tu his party from suiter such n law to be enacted us will whom he sought the favor of a nominarelieve personal property from taxation tion to a place of responsibility and to the increase of the tax on real estate While we do not claim any honor. Fifth 1 shall favor a law directing greater right than others, yet we do all Automobile license tax to be paid feel that any democrat may with pro- to the County Clerk of the county in priety, without giving offense, inquire which the Automobils is owned, to be whether a candidate has the habit in used for the maintenance and upkeep the past ot scratching his party nom- of the public roads, of that county. inees, (laving heard it bo generally Sixth I shall, if elected to this imrumored that in VJ'fJ Mr. Heazley did portant office, give my time and not vote for all of thu party nominee? thought to the enactment of such other m the November election, and that in laws, a9 in my opinion will be for the 11)13, after he was difeuted for the best Interest of our State and County. Soliciting your biippurt anil assuring nomination for County Judge, he voted r against the lute C. A. Kobinson for all democrats that uny assistance sheriff, the lute J. W. Hamilton dered in this my first candidacy for an County Clerk, and David Koss for ollice, will be deeply appreciated, I urn, Kespectfully. jailer, and that in 1915 he voted against J. IIOGAN KALLAKD. our present slieriir, Mr. Tom Uallatd, one of the most popular young democrats in our County, und against Gov- HARLAN AND BAUGHMAN ....... I.... I ... u-, .. eruor ,.uHO u. i We asked the Sliake Hands With Friends Here MunCay. the November election. queBlloiin in kuuu iwim vo Hive ur, Heazley an occasion to publicly clear Hon. Jay W. Hurlan. of Danville, Ins political record, if he could honestly candidate lor the Democratic nomina- do so. We did not intend to intimate tion for State Senator, was in town in the Intel rogatories that he had voted last Monday, giving the glad hand to against Judge Arnold. He saw lit not the constituency of Gurraard. Several to give public answer to the question. Doyle county citizens were on hand ul- Democrats may interpret Ins silence. so, boosting his candidacy and urK'i'H Personally, believing so deeply in the his support. greatness of our party and its princi- Mr. Smith Hanghman, of Lincoln, pies we feel that any one. who claimed was also here last Monday und was to be a democrat, would be glad to de looking after his race for the nomliiu clare a straight party record on any tion for sheriff of his home county, Mr occasion an opportunity was f urnished, Haughman has lots of friends here who especially when such a one is a candi- would like to "evers" across the line date for a Democratic nomination. If anu put one over ior mm ii u were posit be true that Mr. Heazley has not co- sible. He made Lincoln county one of operated with his fellow democrats at the best sheriffs she ever had and has home, to be sure, as Editor Saufiey lots of friends there who says he will suggests, he would not likely do so if turn the trick again. ren-fouv , ' ' August primary. I desire to call attention to the fHCt that although liryantsville furnishes to our party the majority which elects Democrat's in this county, there is seldom a candidate from this section of the county. It hps been many years since Iltyantsrille has furnished a can didate tor the Legislature, and for this reason claim some consideration. Where one seeks to serve the public in any Legislative capacity, he should announce publicly the principles which he will endeavor to enact into law, as well as the party policy which will guide him if elected by the people. Should my ambition to serve you be realized the following are some of the things I shall endeavor lo do:- First- - I shall be loyal to my party organization and endeavor to with my fellow democrats of the House, that my party may hae due credit for the good that may be accomplished by and through my efforts.1 Since there has been some question raised concerning party record of al' Legislative candidates, I am pleased to state that I have voted in every regular election since 1 reached my majority, and not only have I never scratch ed or voted against a Democratic but have worked with all my strength and influence for the election all the nominees of my party. The Iof work for party nominees by me, lis too well known to the Democrats generally to need any further word fiotn me. Second Une or the worst evils in our state aI1j bounty, in our judgment s the shippinc of intoxicating liquors from wet territ0rv into dry territory. within the state. If nominated and elected, I shall introduce and undertake to have passed a law preventing the shipping of spiritous, vinous and malt liquors from wet territory within the state to dry territory. Third I am of the opinion that the people of the State should be permitted to decide the question by popular vote, whether Kentucky shall have State Wide prohibition, and if elected shall vote and use .ny inlluence for a law to have this question submitted to the people at the earliest possible legal time. I personally favor State Prohibii.om-jine- anHoijan liallfird, of Ilrvntilaville, nounces his candidacy for the Democratic nomination, to represent Garrard county, in the I,over House of the legislature. Heine an anient supporter of the Democratic parly and its nominees, never before seeking or asking for office, his friends think that he is n sure winner and deserves the support which he asks In his manly and open caid which follows: To The Democrats of (Inrrnnl County:- I would feel greatly honored to be elected to represent our County in the Lower House ot the next General As sembly, and will be a candidate for the Democratic nomination at the coming The Stste Hoard of Agriculture at its meeting held in FrMikfort yesterday, elected Fount T. Kremrr, of Louisville, secretary of the Kentucky Stale Dayton Man One of Many Who Fair. The election was mede necessary by the death two weeks ago of W. J. IIOGAN BALLARD "Grouch." (iooeh. Mr. Kremer ha been asocia-tft- l with the State I air management for a number of years nml was rimaid- Strong Card. fi r nil entrants, "Cheerfulm-la the Ural essential to eied best equipped lleedirc tn the iippenls of Ilia many sucreaa In lire." nlil the Titular Jtiui. despite the qualifications of tntiny who hail applied. t "liiK'd liiiilth la Ihe fltt friends throughout the county, Mr. Cold Sores and Fever Blisters nrc only out ward rnnnlfcstntlons of the inlinnimntion of tlto mucous ctirfaco Hint lines the lung, tlio utoiiinelt ntul nil tlio ilitJestlvo tract, but they give you evidence of liow sore n membrane may become us n result of Inllnniinii' tion, which is stagnation of the blood, riuiitfiilly called acute catnrrn. If you suffer from such conditions don't lot them became chronic, don t run the risk of systemic catarrh. When your system isclrnredof nil its lad&oi MliatiirmhrsinsfooiluV and healed, tlio cold Rone nnd your illcratlon restored, you will rnloylPe.fi ' equal to all Its tnaks, nnd be nt ieace with the world. I.ct iYruii.ii.ufor jc what it did for this sufferer: tfSwU eheerfiiliieas Iloliuat liriilth la rcflei'teit In a loan's fare. Ilia Millie lliilknlea li!a pliiral eimilltliiii Jnt as a gliHitn.i look Ielraa tiealili worries. Tnke the following . ae f u Dayton man: Tor inomlia I'liarlea llmriek. fiire '.: I A. mun of the l'.ll.ia Son To- - DIRECTORS Of Clear it Up With PERUNA hf Kentucky F.td PeiksKre Association Meet. j ineiting of much importance lo that body was held by the directors of the Kentucky Ited llrkshire Acaecia. tion last Mntidny in the County Court A Mr. L A. TaUcrfon, 213 Utah Avenue, Memphis Term, says; "1 . MlT nnt Urn nf rim J of Pr rutin fnf mmy yrnr I h tf mmpUiol 4 nj found It n very rtcrlicot Trnwily, l'havr n nni.ll tia fy oUt. Mreu r hard nff.trt! in ililihout lYmnd, uh ui,but Iran lurlnti th yrur fhrnrnsitiht and coUU nre ttrrvaltDt. We nf Ihr rnciOaii uJ I'r. jti tu our nrtfhN'tti, fur the tDf 111 It Iim twrn tn us " lfi rir it present were. Woods Walker. President: W. O. Walker. See-rotary; It. h. Itirley. Hubert Hruce, S. Gibba, .1. G. Hurnaide, and W. 11. Denny. It was unamiiioualv agreed that the ftituritv for piga fairowed be fore February I'.Uii, should beeotitinuid through Ibis year. Ihe same pigs coin mg under the clnas of Junior Yearlings to 'be sIiosmi at the various fairs throughout the state. An important meeting is also called for the ml Wednesday in January at the court houaein Lancaster when buainesa uf great im portance will be brought up. Official notice of this meeting will be sent the members by the M'cretary. room. Among those You needn't suffer longer with such n rrnwly nt h.iml 1 I. I m ta uaiaK-r..- Imw.i tei n a. . .; . - Pruna can be obtnintd lit Ittslrt form. You can carry it with you and tiike il sjo lematira.Ur and regularly fnr A remedy, or needed for ftprcventite. Crt AbottiHlay. The Peruna Company, Columbua, Ohio t is a - m'ia.. ' a. a. a. "ill". Don't ehaiiee your itlle caiiitnl or vav injls buy Heal L'Mnte. SIIELBYMLE Calls Rev. CHARLES EMRICK Kev. I). D. H. M. CHURCH 10 Walker, of Stanford per cent heal Estate Investments. tin-tim- I If 44 hacvo ciiiiipuiiv suffered from various bodily aches. Sometimes he couldn't even feed himself, but that was before tried Ta nlac." Mr. Kmrlek wild : "Some nlshts I aehcal so I had lo I felt grouchy call it tloetor. moat of the time. In the moniliiirs I was 51 haunted. Sometimes, when I ml down to a meal, I couldn't rai.e my hand up to my mouth, because of aching anna. A friend udleil me to try Tahlae. It did me lota of gmal. That's why I'm ndiialiic ther to try It. It toued up my whole -- .latem and drove of" that gruelij fis'll-is- Walker. tiat,,r of the Stanforu I'hristiiin Crunch i.i.d ,m, of the beat known ministers of this denomination in Central Kentucky, has been called to the pastorate nf the Christian church at Shelbyville, says Kev. Walker the Interior Journal. was notified bv telephiri undv afternoon of the action of the Shelbvville church. He said Monday that he would give the matter earnest and prayeiful consideration and answer the Shelby, ville people within the next few clajs. A dispatch from Shelbiville tn the Courier Journal Mnnduv told of the call, as follows: Shelbyville, Ky., Jim - 4 That is what we offer in new, well located, four riHini cnttatfe.s. All rented and net uu 111 ereent. on your investment Also suited for 'those wlio wish to buy small homes and stop rent. Consult me ;thomas real estate agency. I.anTanlac is being introduced caster at It. E. MclJoberts. Tanlac may be obtaired in the nearby cities. Paint Lick. J. N. Metcalf; liryantsville, Keeker & Hallard; Little Hickman, Collier and Hruner; Keren, S. E. Welch; Stanford, Penny's Drug Store; Junction City, Keynolds and Evans; Richmond. II. L. Perry & Son; Crab Orchnn), Lyne Hros ; Kurgin, G. T. Schoolfield; Danville. John S. Well- -. Lancaster. K. E. Mcltoberts. and W. C (Adv) West. Silver Cteek. 'l The congregation nf the Multitude Christian church this morning extended a uniin-- , imoua call to the Kev. David M. Wal-- i ker. who has been the paainr uf the, Christian church at St.mford for ten years. Mr. Wnlk" is si vears of age and bus a wife anil two daghters. j The Shelby ville ehuich hm been with out u pastor since September, whenl the Kev. Homer W. Carpenter resigned to chancellor of Tran sylvamu University at Lexington. -' 18Q.00Q ON DANVILLE BREAKS TUESDAY LOOSE A LIMIT LEAF WAREHOUSE And TO FREE SPACE. SELL AT AVERAGE OF Is For Lancaster Garrard Agitated. County The newspapers of a community are always willing to do mote than their share in giving full publicity to worthy matters, especially those things nHVet-th- e community life, locally. Sometimes the public does not fully appreciate all that this implies. Occussionully the editor of the paper gets surfeited with free notices and then he may be inclined to rebel This paper nirns to help along all community enterprises, and is always glad to contribute publicity without charge. It has a friendly feeling for all those projects which church, lodge or musical people ui.dertake, usually for charitable purposes or for the good of the cause. It simply cannot, however undertake to provide them with unlimited free publicity . It will at any time print what it thinks is the news nhout such alfaire without charge, audit is usually willing to stretcli anv rule it makes concerning announcements and write-upIt does that it knows that in connection with such iiIIYim u lo; ot good people ate always iloing a great deal of work without hope of re- watd. However, in the general tun of bui ness it is compelled to take into consid eriitiuii ut least two eltmetits. the pro moters ot these undertakings often do not fully appreciated. One is that on SHluidny evenings the printers have to be paid and the other is that the people Who kindly buy this paper will stand for oidy u limited amount of advance notice of concerts and entertainments in thoku portions of tile pjper where they exi"cl to find the news. These considerations are highly important. speaking, there is news in every such affair and there Is advertis ing which out'.ltt to be paid fur. A mere ,..,. 8 f , uml(JUI1(.emil,lt of ,lUll8 , news; an elaborate advance notice, de signed to bung in the money, properly )ci011K4 lnu advertising columns. (Jciu-rull- being The lullowing communication 1 mil one of our prominent and progressive citizens, advocating a Iiose Leaf Tobacco Warehouse for this city, ia very timely and would fill a long felt want, since Garraid count v is nnnluciiiL' the best mid highest quality of the weed in the state. Owing to the siqieiiur quality railed in Gitrriiiil would make a house here very populai, for ti bacco woulu naturuliy come from other sections to get in on a good market that Ihe Garrard county tobacco would nat urally make. The letter follows; 'Lancaster Ky, Jan. 151, 1". The Central Kecord. Lancaster, Ky, 19 25 PER HUNDRED. What will the Woodcock say when he reads these averages. All records broken on Danville Market with Garrard County Tobacco Gentlemen; Thoilack of a loose leaf tobacco warehouse in Lancaster, the County scat of one of the Urges! tolwceogrow- ing counties of Kentucky, is resulting in h great loss to thu town und county. Tobacco that should bo sold in Lancaster, IS being hauled III gieat quantities Lexington, to Danville, Nicholasville, and Kichmund where there are louse leaf lloors and the farmers are spending thousands o dullats.that they woi l spend here, in other towns where they sell their tobacco crops, it aeems lo me that something should be do.ie tu secuie it loose leaf floor for Lancaster Having inorosltlon ut once as it is und hope you will agitate this mutter until sumething is done. Wo are always willing to promote unythiiig along this line when we know that it will result in great good to both city und county. It would not only mean much tu the town and county but It would mean much lo the growers, for the cost of marketing a crop away from home, naturally incurs greater expense to say nothing of thu Inconveniences, which must be apparent tu every one. It is up lo the growers and the people to put this ucross, A Loose jU8Mvu Tj mes. Leaf House in Lancaster will mean money in your pocket and ut tiu same Cremo Dairy feed will make your time assist in the upbuilding or an incow give more milk, dustry, that would mean much to a Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. community. 1 11 1 J. I. Hamilton & 3970 lbs avr 22G0 lbs avr 2810 lbs avr 2165 lbs avr 4355 lbs avr 19.70 Malin Tillett & Harmon J. H. Bourne Hamilton & Goins Kobinson 20.33 19.01 18.05 21.24- - loyil Bourne 2004 lbs avr 542.00 A square deal to everybody makes the DANVILLE 1ABXET Unquestionably the best in Kentucky. - I. M. DUNN, President. The Central Record, Thursday, January 25, 1917. mtr ikit vwrcr aate.ns7 uvnor u. NUARY CLEARANCE ... OVERCOATS i t Large sortment To Select ce From. i Our slock of Overcoats and Suits is still too large for this time of the year, although Sale. We still have theso goods have been moving fast since we inaugurated our Cut-Prirule of not carrying over goods from one seatoo many on hands, and having an iron-cla- d son to another, we have determined to reduce this stock and will make the following cut prices for the next 15 clays. rices Men's Suits. $10.00 Suits now 12.50 Suits 15.00 Suits 16.50 Suits 18.00 Suits 20.00 Suits 21.50'Suits 25.00 Suits now now now now now now now F or Boys' Knee Suits. $ 4.00 Boys knee 5.00 Boys knee 6.50 Boys knee 7.50 Boys knee 8.00 Boys knee 8.50 Boys knee 10.00 Boys knee now now now now now now now now LY Boys SchooS Overcoats Men's Overcoats $ 7."j0 9.75 11.75 12.75 13.75 15.75 17.75 18.75 j s 9 $10.00 2.50 15.00 1 6.50 18.00 20.00 22.50 1 25.00 Overcoats Overcoats Overcoats Overcoats Overcoats Overcoats Overcoats Overcoats $ 7.75 9.75 11.75 12.75 13.75 15.75 17.75 18.75 suits now $3.25 suits now 3.75 suits now 4.75 suits now 5.75 suits now 6,25 suits now 6.50 suits now 7.50 ! I 5.00 Boys Overcoats 6.50 Boys Overcoats 7.50 Boys Overcoats S.00 Boys Overcoats 8,50 Boys Overcoats 0.00 Boys Overcoats 2.50 Boys Overcoats $3.75 4.75 5.75 6.25 6.50 7.75 9.75 Prices are going up but this stock must be reduced. I T as. j Year w Smith, mmm .Lane The Miss Elizabeth (libbs left lust week tne time waj declared too short. for San Angelo Texas, making a short crowd reluctantly took their leave, Yisit in llirmingham to her cousin, Mrs with thanks to Val and Will Kice for ,1. "PTK. JIB Gossip About A Happy and Prosperous New People to You. A I To Our Customers SV FOR SALE. Five shares Bank of Ilryantsville stock. Apply Mrs. M. M. Stedman, Hox t. Frankfort, Ky. V. Arnold good time. Nice store room f.ir rent. W. T. West. Mtrtlon Gcir; bylhoit of Ihc Conlnsi arJ Wt Ar 'ntcrcild in. I S Mi.s Adelaide Hcutapp of Seymour. IndiHiiu, arrived Wednesday evening fora vint to Mrs KathvrneConn Tinslev at her pretty home on Iticlimond Ave. RICHMOND TOBACCO MAR- mud CARD OF THANKS. n Mr. and Mr. C. II. Clark, of KET REACHES HIGH thank yon cortli. illy for your ctiMoin anil solicit a continti-!iuc(- ! have been visiting Mrs. Clarks I desire to express my sincere apMr. William Carson of Stanford wh during ilie cnniing veiir parent", Mr. and Mrs. Sum iiourne. preciation for the kindness and sympaAVERAGE. tlcnx)s mill ran m'II us rrasunolilt: as anyone a pleasant visitor here Sunday. We hanillf hnving been called hero by the death of thy extended me by my neighbors and limine ('(inn was here Monday Mr John I'ruitl. and ji'm you a Miuaro ieal nil the linir Your account is dii': come friends on tile occasion of the death of That (he tobacco laised in Garrard boosting hn t.plendid car. the liuiili. in ami make us happy liy ..eUlintJ. Uobt. Fox. Miss Annie Margaret Klkin enter-,- ' my father. tnuntv is bringing up the highuverages J. R. MOUNT & CO. '' Square Di'hI House In1 J. HOGAN BALLARD, Who's announcement for Representative appears on the opposite page. Friendswi!l lie pleastd tn know Mr. tained latt Saturday afternoon at bridge .Charles Hallew continues to iniprow. in honor of Miss Altbuin Mattingly. of! Two tables played enthus PURITAN SOLD TO .Mr. Klbort l'eek of Middletown Ohio, I Lebanon. i""ti'-'!'several hours after which has been waiting Mr. Edward Oakcs. r it ,s rTTYfii fKINIi a delightful lunch was served. Kll I V Mrs. A. K. Sanders anil daughter. uiuu 1 11M1U. Miss Mattie Adams, who is visiting fuesday. Mian Stella, wit.' in Danville Mr. Jo.' Ha?eldcn fold "The Ihersisur, Mrs. O. U. Terrill of Kich- - I'uritiui". lock, stock has barrel, to and Miss MaJjone llallou is the pretty lands 'a , was stricken with npiien-littlt "Hilly" King, This popular soft dunk KUest of Mrs. Itellu Arnold Fran-- dicilis and operated nn at the Nattie and lunch room recentlv moved to tli c". Williams Hospital, in that city. She Hemphill corner which bed been Mr. Jake itoMnxm has returned to U improving rapidly and hopes to be oughly lenuvated, papered, painted I dtimhus. tia,, after a visit to his out in a few weeks. repaired. Hilly is now piepareil '""""'r' Mr. nd Mrs Jack llutsell cf Win- - serve the public to quick lunches, soups He say; Mrs. J. It. Tuxloii and mii, Janus, chiller. Ky, arrived yesterdav mid will and soft drinks at all hours. were Hie guests of Mrs. Jane IJobinson 1. quests of their friends, Mrs. Jas. II. he intends giving It his undivided re Anullit ftml Mi.. Muri' Amnld J'lt ' tention and Hks his friends, men. TueMlay. women and children to pay him a call Uelln Arnold Francis was the South Ridge wood avenue, tosptnd the Mr. weeL-enLater they will seci'te a and be coin meed that all he says is guest last Sunday of Mrs, Acey in Mrs. Arnold true. ittagc lor the seuson. Stiu ford ' ami niece, who are ratives of ('entrnl A. F. Sander nnJ A. W. Keiituckv, will base other friends ard BOY Kavanaiigli were in Itlchmond Tuesday relatives to viit them from the Mue LANCASTER on Iiu'inesn. very sewn. - Morning News, tiran state WEDS IN DETROIT. Mrs. (.'has, Dillon ami daughter, ot .1.1... u.... u m.u. lr V'.il 1V.HU l.ick, wero ill tuwn slHipiJiiK A marriage of interest to Lancaster M,,x lid(l( tl,l1,c,riltmi:de.l'vors. Widne-daThursday night, with Mi Delia Tinder friends and relatives is that of Mr, . .1. I!, Conn ami Mr-grandson. Hal- hs chitpuroiie. Afterathoit ride, the Clinton llastin, the elhcient foreman of oid Tinsley. r the gujts of I'uint crowd luxmhlud at the home of Will the lMge llros, large auto plant at I.lcl. lelatived tilM wek. Itiee Aiimn, wlntre all was made ready Detroit Michigan, to Miss Kliugman. Mr Will Cook ha returned from the for fun and meriiment. The bu.mss The luide is the eldest daughter of "," "mivrM for Itev. (i A. Kliugman and grand daughs.mth, having disKjsed of n carload of w"" "",0" ,ll"K"'wl 'thej.ar being. Mi. (ili.a Carrier. ter of late 1'ruf. 1. II. (irubbs of Trannull. i.. Atlanta and llutler. l'resident, Miss Minnie Mae Hobinson. sylvania. Shu is spoken of as an acMiz-- l Ilallard and Mrs. J, Ho- - VLv l'iithlent. Mr Wlllu, Mlll..r Trean. complished musician. They were mar Ilallard. of Hnuutsville, tpuiit Mr Val Cook, Correswnding Secretary. ritd in the Cameron Ave, church wlucii fin Monday with Mrs. Huydeti Leavell. lids enthusiastic bunch of yoang pv was artistically decorated. The music Mr. J. J, Asher of Hydeii, supervisor p!". challeiiged each olher to raise i'i'o. was a choir of sixteen voices with piano t Schools, has been the in eight weeks; boys against the girls. accompaniment. The bride wai e of guest of Miss F.mnm Walker for a few I he sum total was found to be 5V. uuisitely gowned in white tatfeta, trim Arrangements were completed for a med in ermine and lace. Miss Martha days. lecture at Christun church. Sunday. Klinginan, sister of the bride, gowned Mr. and Mis. Ilogun Ilallard, Mrs. night Feb. 4th. by S Kimnainerir, a in blue taffeta acted as maid of honor. K'iza Ilallard anil Miss Mayme Ilallard, Transylvania student from Japan, who They will be at home after Feb, 1st at of Ilryantsville, visitors here will appear In iiHlivu costume and tell 242 Marston Ave. Monday. Clinton has made many friends in most interesting story. The business Mesdames llarve McRoberts und Van over, games and "sells" were indulged Detroit and is S. S. Superintendent of Arsdalo and Miss Ann Davis Mcltob-ert- s in till "the end of a jolly night had Cameron Avenue church. He has a sjient Tuesday with Mrs. It. K. come" and the chaperone announced host of friends hero In his old home McHoberts. U;30, much to their amazement, for town, who send congratulations. ' fr ' e 1 on the dill'erent markets was attain demonstrated by the following sales at ) the Madison Tobacco Warehouse yes-- I terday. Onstutt and Simiisun sold . . . average -- syu pounds, for iiHii.4i or an of if;!;). J7; (irover arner. 1075 (munds. for $JI3.!. nversge $U.LMJ: George Warner 1"10 pounds, for !?;t II. 48, xver- age. S3l.lt. - ACRE ' BLUE- - GRASS FARM. 14 1J5 acre fuim id I in grass acies need plowii g for corn, tobacco or lump; haj 4 room dwelling, dandy slock barn, well v.ateud and under new i ' No. 4() ' ' ' fence. This fntm is aituatid in walking dis tauco of gruded cchooi aiu churches. Let us show )ou this one at $80, Ca'j on or address THE THOMAS REAL ESTATE AGENCY. Lancaster, Ky. ra c . i'f. The Ultimate Car. America's First Knight Motor Car. Moon-ligh- ' ' The Gar For Luxury, Pride and Service. If Interested, write or phone Ed. C. Benckendorf WILMOUK. KY. The Central Record, Thursday, January 25, 1917. mil s Kit! 1 1 In order to make room for Electrical Supplies, that will soon begin to arrive, we find it necessary to materially reduce our stock of Dry Goods, Notions, Hats, Caps, Queensware, Tinware, Groceries, etc. Therefore beginning Wednesday, Jan. 24 17 We will offer this stock at prices that will make it move, and move quicKly. Come early, and get the pick of this stock. Many items are priced far below the present wholesale cost. Never again so long as the War lasts, will you be able to find such tremendous bargains. If you ao not have the ready cash, it will pay you to borrow the money from the Bank in order to avail yourself of this wonderful opportunity. A FEW OF THE MANY BARGAINS WE OFFER ARE LISTED BELOW: I STANDARD GINGHAMS. Worth 12i to 15 cents, as long as they last, 10c per yard. OUTING CLOTH. 2 jc values at Oc. Oc values at 84c 5c values at 2jc. I 1 1 I Oc BLEACH COTTON. 2 4c values at Oc values at 84c I I 1 5c values at 1 2 jc. Tobacco Canvas, while it lasts at only 3ic. $1.50 Oil Cans, now $1.14. $1.25 Oil Cans 2.00 values, now 1 now 99c. Now is the tirne to make Soap and get ready for Spring cleaning. Can or Ball Lye, 7c. 1 Lenox Soap at 3c. per cake. A Toilet Soap at 2c per cake. 1.00 valves, now MENS HATS $1.69 $2.50 values, now Ladies. Mens and Childrens UNDERWEAR 1.39 1.11 1.50 values, now .00 values, now MEN'S CAPS $1.00 values, now .79 $1.25 values, now 1.00 values, now .60 values, now 50 values, now .50 values, now .25 values, now .39 .19 .79 .89 .79 .44 OVERALLS and JACKETS $ .75 values, now $1.34 .50 values, now 1.19 .25 values, now .99 values, now ,00 .84 .59 .75 values, now 1 1 1 .79 .60 values, now .50 values, now GLOVES .44 .39 .89 .79 .49 .39 $1.25 values, now 1.00 .39 SHIRTS $ .25 values, now 1 .89 values, now .75 values, now .50 values, now 10c value Rolled Oats 124c Pink Salmon Qa GROCERIES 15c value of Peas 20c value of Peas 1 lid 20c value Red Salmon 25c value Sockeye Salmon jjj. 5c value of Peaches 10c. 15c. 11c. 15c. 19c. 9c. 15c value Pork and Beans 12L 15c value Roasted Coffee 3C. jj ijjj 15c value of Tomatoes 15c value of Kraut 20c value of Peaches 25c value of Peaches 11 25c Pure Fruit Preserves 10c value Macaroni 25c value Roasted Coffee 10c. 11c. 19c. 9c. 19c. 20c value Ground Coffee Jet Oil Shoe Polish Shinola Shoe Polish 8c. 8c. 40c 12c 1 value corn Pepperell Sheeting, value at 30c. 5c value of corn Ci 124c value Pork and Beans 9c values at 7jc BROWN COTTON I Oc values at 84c Bastin Bros. Cash Store NO PREMIUM TICKETS GIVEN DURING THIS SALE. The Central Record, Thursday, January 25. 1917. Don't 1 THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Draw A Check for the money you ov e untl note how much more respectfully your creditors They like to do you with n mini who business luis nu nccnuiit ut the Garrard Bank & Until Weak tough A v1 S3 A Bridal Commission Br JOHN KENAN Copflot $50,000. A. It DENNY. Surplus $30,000. Vice Pres't. S. C. DENNY. Cathler. r. J. L. Gtl.l,, Foley's Honey and Tar HELPS COUGHS QUICKLY Pom's HoNF.r anii Tar nkc. tlftht hold of nn obtllnate tough and ftivea quick rrlief. ll put. a heating coating on the fncmbranra that line the throat and air panares. It ilopi the tickling, loo.en. ond rair phlegm easily. It it just splendid for bronchial and li grippe couglu, and tight, whcciy breathing. Mr.. W. S. B.IW, l.nara.lrr, Ky., tmifM tmo.t fntintoii!y d.y .nd nl.hr. until .h mt T.r. Alter taklnf ball look lo!cv' Motif . bottle, hrr CfMi.li lir.in to alow 1), aoj Kvcn tallica cutircly curd bar couth. Sold Everywhere. President' nl Trust Go. They knuw lie la doing business In a business likr way. Better open such an bccouiiI even if your affairs are not iHrge. Thev will grow all right. The Garrard Bank & Trust Compan ummerTime in Floricb Two Daily Trains: Through Pullman rxv Southern Reiilwcy HKItB IS A GOOD PLACE car leaving Louisville 7:55 p. m., arriving Jacksonville 8:50 p. in. Through Pullman connection on train leaving Louisville 7:20 a. m., arriving Jacksonville 8:50 a. m. The Southern Railway is the direct line to AshcviKc, Aiken, Ana""3. Cliatlo.pn, Columb's, Savannah, resirts. Sumtncrvilli kivS cthtr I .re inn. in cfir - Stoj.vc.-- t era Eimm-F- 'I rO million and and oll.tr .per 'a' local Southern Hailnay gcnt or write Inn from B. H.Todd.Di.tilrt Pa.a'r Aent. Stark. Bldr.,Lou!tville,K) D.Vitnr Car Ssnrica Winter Toiiti .t, VariibleTctr and llnmrjerk. TO STOI' FOIt LITTLE MONEY. LOUISVILLE HOTEL, LOUISVILLE, KY., Main St., between 6th and 7th. 2 people, $2.00 each. 2 people, 2.2.', each. 2 people, 2.50 each. 2 people, 2 people, The Only Hotel in LouUville Operated on the American Bird European Plans. AMKKICAN PLAN. Itooms without Hath but with Hot and Cold Running Water. 75 Rooms 'ingle, $2.00 per day; (With Meala) 50 Rooms single, 2.50 per day; 50 Front Itooms single, 3.00 per day; Itooms with Private Hath: single, 3.IK) per day; 50 Itoorns &0 Itooms "ingle, 3.50 per day; ... EUltOPEAN PLAN. itooms without ilath but with Hot and Cold ltunniiig Water. 75 Itooms single, $1.00 per day; (Without Meal.) 50 Itooms "ingle, 1.00 per day; single, 1.50 per day; 50 Front Itooms Itooms with Private Hath: single. 1.50 per day; 50 Itooms single, 2.00'per day; 60 Itooms ... 2.75 each. 3.00 each. 2 people, $0.75 each. 2 people, 2 people, 2 people, 2 people, 1.00 each. 1.25 each. 1.25 each. 1.50 each. THE OLD INN. Louisville, Ky., Corner Sixth and Main Sts., European Tho Uiuisville retail district and theatres. Itooms Without Ilath. $1,00 and up; Itooms With Privato Ilath, $1.50 and up. BEST HATING PI.ACK IN TOWN. Hotel and the Old Inn are located in the wholesale district and only a three-block'- s Plan Only. walk to the Louisville Hotel and Old Inn Company, Proprietors. I was slttln' with Amelia lefnrc the flrrpliuv, with the logs glvln' out a cheerful heat, Amelia illtln't mtiu happy, though, and I nkked her why alic looked to nielancholy-llk"J'il tell oil, Mr. (irlnislmw," she said. "DM you tirr heur tho song, 'No One to 1a)p, None to CaroaaV Well, that's the way I feel. Father ever since mother's death has been' restless and crosx, ami now he's goln to glvo me I haven't any brothers a Mepinother. or sMers to hue, and I'm goln' to have a ntepmother to bate." "Why, Amelln," gays I, "tho thing for you to do Is to get married." How ran I do Uiat with nobody to marry me J" she nsked, awful wid. "How you talk!" says I. "ion know mighty well there's lota of fellers that would be clad to git you." "I'd like to know where they are. If you know any slch I with you'd fend em around. "Hartaln. I'll git you n husband In no time. Air you particular about his beln' good lookln' or bavin' a farm of Ids own or nnythlng like that? "No. I ain't particular, leastways I won't be If you can fix me out licfor paw brings that red beaded wldder Into the houi-e- , Vnuo 1 know 1 ve got to git out when she comes In." "How much time Is therel" "Well, I heard law say the other day that ho calc'lated to lie married before Hip end o next month." "StlPIolin, I Mnd you n feller that suits you and you suit him, what Is there In It for mer "I don't see what I can do for you, Mr. Grlmshnw, aeetii' that I haven't got a cent In the world, and there Isn't any favor I know of that I can do you. Hut I suppose" looking down at the floor "bavin made the match. yoiiM bo entitled to kiss the bride." This bothered me a lot, I was to llx up n match by which another feller was to git nil the kisses he wanted for a lifetime, und I was to git one kiss on the wcddln' day. "It seems to me, Amelia,'' I says "that's like M'llln' n man a bouse wo'th n lot o money for n eommlsidon. He gits n whole houe. and the broker glta a few dollars." "You forirlt," said Amelia, "that the broker don't want all the boues he sell'. What would ho do with 'em! Besides, when a man buys a houo It argys that lie's able to own n house and wants a house, and wants that particular bouse. I don't fee that the broker earns nnythlng more than bis Do you? eoramlsslon. "I don't sec ns be docs," srfs I. my head. And I didn't. scratchln' Howsomever, I couldn't git It out o' my noddle that I was goln' to git the little end o' the bargain. But I relt sorry for Amelia, owcrful sorry, for I'd bad a stepmother myself. "Is It customary," says I, "to pay a eommlslon before the transaction's completed?" "Not at all," said Amelia. "That J. E. STOKMES. II. T, Jmury, Ass't Cashier. Safety Samual Oeposit WE SOLICIT Boxes YOUH For Rent. BUSINESS. D. Cochran. Alex It. Denny, J. II. Posey, J. E. Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott. Directors. DC 3 C 3L The Most Powerfully Efficacious Medicine Ever Sold in Lancaster, Ky. For eight years has been used and known 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 olT of accumulated tilth from the human body, and if this natural assistance is denied or not furnished, thenItheumatism, Colds.iCatarrh, Malaria and Consumption. It Is Legally Guaranteed box is packed and backed by and with Igal Guaran tee that gets your money back if fails to do what you expect it to is pure, sweet, fresh Roots anil Herbs Three boxes for One Dollar. Each box makes a full quart of medicine, thus compounding a lasting searching tonic, body an-- ! blood builder, superior kidney and bladder troubles, nervousness, weakness and malaria, to anything of its kind. For indigestion, gas in the stomach and bowels. is the remedy most excellent that is, every It Why rot go to Stormes Drug Store. Lancaster, Ky., and get a three months treatment of for $1.00. Legally Guaranteed-al- so get 25cls worth of Science Sope, made for human skin only and commends itself with own purity and sweetness. You should also remember to get a 25c bottle ot Dakota Jack's Cowboy Liniment, for pains sprAins, bruises burns, etc. as used by lianchmen. Cowboys, Scouts and Indians. No homes should be without it. All people can buy these rem edies at t MBmi Dakoto 3729-3- 1 Jack-White-Moon STORMES DRUG STORE, Lancaster, Ky. Remedy Co. 1Z 1L West Broadway. LOUISVILLE. KY. 1 IZ '0. ! :: B. C. MILLION, Pres. T. J. CUItTIS, Vice Pres. K. DKATHEKAGK. s. wouldn't do." "Why not?" "Well, the broker, havln' got bis pay. wouldn't take any pains In the matter." "If he didn't do his work be might return what he'd received." "In that easo ho'd git double pay for notbln that Is, If his commission was a Madison Tobacco Warehouse COMPANY. IncoriorBleii- 1 I I 1 Near L. & A. Depot. CAPITAL T. J. Curtis. $40,000.00 Telephone, Marion",Coy, :171. w H. C. Million, J. DIRECTORS Ed P. Million. Dr. C. II. Vaught. 10. Deatherage. M. Haden, To Tobacco Growers and those who sell it Some Late Sales at the Madison House. Grower Arbuckle & Dawson Frank Foley S S Pounds 2090 3175 1070 2805 1105 1080 3155 1020 Dollars 550,15 Average 2G.32 78072 137.57 000.1(1 i u .: . "Isn't there somepln among lnislnc men llko payln' part down, the ret when tho deal has gone through?" "That's got notbln' to do with brokers; It's when you buy a piece of prolerty yourself." "Well," I snys, glvln' It up, "I reckon I'll have to wait for my pay till I'e done the Job." t got up ami was goln' out when Amelia said: "How soon are you goln' to send a feller?" "I dunuo. Somehow I don't llko the transaction. Seems to me he'll git the lion's share." "Well, Mr. Grtmshaw, since you look at It that way I don't know but ought to make It inoro.to your Interest to do the Job. I might doublo the 1 l;ls." I I ill I $4.00 ONE YEAR. COURIER-JOURNA- L $2 00 SIX MONTHS I i Daily By Mail (NOT SUNDAY) and Coy&Tussey Mason, Gayhart 24.78 22.21 21.11 &. Richardson Ja. A. Lowry Ben Campbell k . Coy & Burton W.K.Jones "2075 Bennett & Hutchinson 2090 Smith Hajinn Picked Somewhat at Random. I 311,73 371.01 710.00 031.02 12050 .(37.10 21.32 22 08 21.12 23.18 20.50 20.91 Average $19.84 m a : payablo In adcommission, one-hal- f vance." I said, and "Now you're Instead of goln' away I sat down ag'lu o my commisand tuk the tlrst half sion. It tasted so good that I began right on to hanker for tho other half of my pay. "Amelia," I tuys. "you couldn't pay It all lu iidvauce, could you?" "Surlaln not. What would there In to bold you to jour work?" I thort awhile, and then I said: " "Supposln" I miiko tho deal for l i FARM and FAMILY A GREAT MONTHLY MAGAZINE i ! I I I DURING JANUARY AND FEBRUARY ONLY. SpeciallRate Period Limited to These Two Months. i d MS Call us fur information. Don't believe the harsh things n lot of hot air artists have been telling about us, We have been hern long time urn! we expect to bo hero a great deal longer. Wo built up our business on the principal of tho square deal. We treat all alike. Wo have always done business lisi.citly, fairly and absolutely on the level with both buyers and sellers and when we have to do otherwise we will quit business, Bring your tobacco to the Madison House and weigh it yourself if you want to. At your seirice at all times. Phone 371. Mondays sale 22290 pounds for $24,165.07. ;. p. ft . I MADISON TOBACCO to m WAREfa P-- N HOUSE COMPANY. Incorporated. I Third Street, L. & A. Depot, Richmond, Ky "What do you mean by that?" "I menu stipposiii' 1 JHt take the other feller by tho napo o' the neck and put htm out. Then, lusteud ictln' as his broker, I acquire the property In my own mime." A "Land sake, Mr. Grlmshowl" That wui all the talkln' wo done. I was hungry for another kiss, and I Ink her lu my arms and had n dozen without btoppln. "Good gracious, Mr. Grlmshaw, what you doln?" she says. I'm inakm a fust payment to bind tho bargain." I Amelia and I was married before bcr father brought tho stepmother to bis bouse, and Amelia found a homo with me. Oua of bcr old Haines ou our wed- - Hi Jin' day claimed a right to kiss tuu bride. p i Splendid Combination at a $ Little Over Half the I Regular Price. I Subscription orders at this rate will be ucceptcd only Courier-JournAgent in this district, when sent through regular al ijtjf jivi W R. E. McRoberts, a vw vwin i;uunibn-duunn- m TTtnmi r Lancaster. Ky. tu,, riarv m "What did you do to cam It?" says Hi I U htm. Amelia butt out Inrfln. Louisville, ny. w i t I IW E ft I The Central Record, Thursday, January 25, 1917. I VGUU FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN New crop Red Sapling and Alsike BUFFALO BILL Clover, Timothy, recleaned Ky Illuc Grass and Orchard grass seed for sale. Killed 4,280 BufTiloes In 18 Months. We have buyers. Vw- -. List your properly for Sale or Rent Wo furnish germination and purity test on nil Held seeds, nnd hindlu the The name 'Hiiiraln Hill" was fasten-le- d siKjttrd ponies, broken. with The Thomas Real Kstale Agency. highest grade onlv. For Sale: Two Do it now. on William F. Cody in while lie J. A. Anion. Hudson, Hughes v rarnau. j was in the service of the Kansas Pacific RENT." For Sale or Rent: My two story ' Railroad. FOR Thu rails wete bein,( laid KELLY TOBACCO SEED. house on Richmond street. i fuither wen into the wlliien ess, ahd llM-Mf- . Property on Stanford street, next to S. G. IIacllen. Ilewure of Imitation. Other seed is Cody was offered $5iHl month In kill Christian church, now occupied by R. FOR SALE SCO bushels, nice, clean I being sold under their names. The twelve bululoes a day to feet I the K. Conn, for jear 1917. Terms reason Grass, J. T. Andeison. able. Orchard He agreed i.ud In eightien w. n. ,M 1181)1), genuine Improved "Standing Up" Hur- workmen. 2mo-pd- . Ky Route 'J. Lancaster ley Tobncc- - Seed raised by II. I. Kelly months he shot with Ills rifle l,2l) nf FARM LANDS, and Snn. ciiii be piocured only from the animals, mid fruM lime forth whs I have revernl pair of young mules 'tf,..nvi, ... it..irui.. tf.ii to loan to be broken. Bargains in Fayette and ndjoining the raiser and Is not genuine unless put Cody, III H7(i, wlin on Gen. Crook's bearing n facsimile of .1. W. Sweeney. Five per rent. Farm Loans, up in packages counties. Application their signature. is now statT, challeiiged Yellow Hand, it Chc-eniW. KING and J50N. I have several pairs of two ear old chief, to n duel on horseback Lexington, Ky. pending In (he IT. S. Talent Ollice for mo. mules which I will sell or loan to retli. r'iitrntinn of thplr sitfliatllrt as a Cody's first shot killed the chief's sponsible parties to work. trade mark and all infringements will mount Codv' horse ut the same J. K. Robinson. stepping into n hole and broke its be prosecuted. All persons having claims ngainst the Seed nicked from best selected nods. leg. The Indian hih) the paleface then SALESMEN WANTED to solicit or- estate of Mrs. Mary E. Fain, deceased, produced by champion Hurley tobacco fought on foot. As u bullet whistled ders for lubricating oils, greases and please present them promptly. growers of Kentucky for the past 25 by Cody, singing his cheek bone, he paints. Salary or Commission. Address W. H. Fain, shot Yellowhand through the heart. The Harvey Oil Co.. Cleveland. O, It - 25-4R. R. 3. Lancaster Ky. Jears. Send all mail Scalping Ins adversary, Codv waived Trice $1. per ounce. -- One five passenger OverFob Sale to the trophy and tode back to the Fifth II. L. KKLLY A SONS. land and one Schacht Truck. Cheap if FOR SALE. Cavalry, shouting, "The first scalp for Bold at once. R. F. I). No. 1. Lancaster. Ky Custer". 151 acres of Garrard County land White & Riddle. tr l'aint Lick. Ky. near Hyattsville: now ready to grow Suspicious. any crop desired. To capitalist, busi"When 1UII Simmons goes to church AVERAGE CROWD ness, or laboring man in need of a they nlnays pans Hie contribution plate FOR RENT to him before nnoni else." "Why Is litre Last Monday And Some Trading. OP. honie-STLOOK and LISTEN, Garage tobacco $20 (XI; hemp $15 00; corn $5.00; that; Is he such a generous KlverJ" Livery Stable "Not lie. Ily presenting It to lilm first Centrally loca- wheat $2.00. Trice $100. per acre the)- - don't stand n ehanee of losing anySomething over an average crowd W. II. Havden. to Hotel. thing but the empty plate." New attended Coiintv Court here last Mun-dgy- , Thone 4872. Lexington. Kv. York World. but trading was limited to mulei II- Mrs Rella Arnold 1st. as very few cattle were on the market, while (sissibly fifty or more mules were ottered for sale. We were only able lu get n few sales howruer, as sum of the prirts were seemingly to high that the buyers were a bit timid about giving out the price. Mr. W- - II. Ilurton who never lets a good one get b) him if he can avoid it, was looking mostly for army mules and purchased .several at prices ranging from $I2ft to JIM. Mr. (t A. Swlnehioail difl.cd of some gcxNl ones, one a nice mure mule to llright and Fox for $250, another duudv team of horae mulei to (ieorge llrown, for JIIO, drown scllitig.them few hours later to Mr. Wren, of Iluena Vnta. for JIM). Mr. llrown then Inugnt another team of Mr. Swine-broafor $3MI. Wileon Rogers sold a mure mule to Richard Gentry tor $215, while John Kich sold to same party, a nice team for $150. Center llrothem , sold Iko I'hlllips, of Lincoln, a three-- j yeur-ol- il mare muie ror fliut; ti. II, llruner bought a team of J. T. Kigsby ror V and James Clark one of Willi Kmbry for 15.1 IM Clark a team of Win, Saddler, of Urn ell, for $34(1. 11. C. Arnold sold a horse, mule to John Ruble for $1W. llright and Fox bought a dandy horse mule of Jim Clark for $200. FARMS FOR SALE? i FARMER'S t COLUMN lh "finsrt1 It for Ihinrs on Making the Little Farm Pay Dy C. C. UOWSriELD I, rot ite n olonrisrMvrmitt.cflWrf. ilir lo ol stock, giaui suit ncli firm m ths farmer csiiuot sfford No notice will scctitol binw thu hesftlii to sdrer-lliw- . otrr lonr ol the lines. n4 will innoiljr In '.wo l.nr 'no, fret otcastir MJ acres of pood henip V. 3CKI for rent. S. Embry. Wan'TKD hales good clover Hay. (5. A Svinobroad. notice! 1 dozen FoK SALE l'lvmouth Rock pullets, 75 cents each, also 6 cockrels $1.1)0 eitch. V. S. Kmbry. For Sale:-Mallocondition. Range in good Mrs. Sullie Sanders. pair dark bny FOR SALE:-O- ne mare mulei 15 hand, gentle and work qualities, extra good. C. II. Green. Taint Lick. Uoute2. Ml. FOR SALE: Ky. Red Berkshire Hoars, White Rock Roosters, White Holland Holders and lour hemp brakes ' J. G. Ilurnside. l'hone 378-- or Otrncis of Utile farms sneered ttiosl surely when liny nlm lu hnrn iicrenge production, tlie iilallly ol supplies u , i the prices olitalMsl considerably u!hi i the a venue This principle Is nl'pll' i Me to nil f.iiliKr-'- . and owner.! of l:ial plnees liiu.t ndoit It U'fore III.- ert atlatii a fair Mlcvexv IVrltafla all trailers know or lu sIuikvs where home dairy owner ha gulneil a rrput I ton fur priHluriti tullk under tlx- - inot ranllary conditions possltite In ordinary farming. In every such rae the farmer Is Iminedl. ately able to add fs) or Km T ti nt In the price of his milk. lie doubles hl Income or nearly so without material' ly adding to his etcnse. It costs little extra to handle tullk and butter In a iilcn wny. Iive for the work, careful melius! mill worthy ambition wlllghe the doidivd results. If the imml pnnlt In a nwk of hen Is t- - earh uhove the of final the aim should ho to Increase eg prinliiv tlou and this sale of broilers or other kinds of fancy poultry so that there will l a protlt f or $1 for each hen Lept. This Is to lie accomplished by selecting pullets rnuu the best lay lug inothen and by breeding up with full Mnoded initio. If the cows In n dairy herd are pay lug an atei'ase of $lis) a ;ear make iit for 1917. ted next Francis Down South We Learn To Spell jllTfelLrLs ... TIIK HtlKK MAY 111. run: .Sl)lill.V ii WILSON URGES And Favors "Universal PEACE United States - Monroe Doctrine" made ' In an address to the be hie. 11 I'reild'-n- t Wilsoi- has I can spell my name: means stock the finest ever! My! Isn't there a lot to learn? Have to keep your eyes and ears open. And the Governor says you can't get it all out of books. My folks keep telling me: "ReAnd I' know what it good blood and right gentleman. Be clean; be sweet; be good. A good cigarette burns to a smooth, even ash it never parches the tongue nor dries the throat." So I'm saying to you it doesn't matter how you spell cigarette, if you pronounce it SOVEREIGN. You can rely on real old, smooth, mellow Virginia and Carolina tobacco. Quality tells and member you are a Southern You Folks of the South KNOW good blood! You Folks of the South KNOW good tobacco! Now let's all us good folks stick together. Let us be friends and you bet I, SOVEREIGN, will never fail you. And besides, just keep this always in your mind I am guaranteed by 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. t.cf-Bu- y me. Sovereign Cigarettes Jbkp of fffi4m, CrNTLEMAN OP THE SOUTH for. address Here; I mi'ii men going from That u lasting h an in F.uropc run-n- More to store with a tin bucket an3 be a wace of victory fur either side. an old tug ktlcklng out under the coier That peaco must bel.followedby u iikklug the merchants if they wanted definite concert of power to assure thu butter, and at elery place they would world that no catastrophe or war shall bo told Hint It wiih not wanted, when lu fact thoM- - i cry merchants were overwhelm it agair. getting pilot butler from That in such a concert of power tho They knew- - the character other states of the but United States cannot withhold itu par- tor lu the tin buckets and did not wnnt ticipation to guarantee peace and jus- that sort. As with butter, ko It ! tice throughout the with all products of tho farm. It Aud tli.it that makes thu articles aell. ti is made the Conditions ate right for money imiU United States Covernmeiit should frankly furmuhile the conditions upon lug by tho ngrlciilliiral class. It aim which It would feel justified In asking ply remains for tho fanners tliemselica to deielop methods of Helling by which thu Americun people for their fonn il they can tako advantage uf thu Imand suleiun adherence. proved uiaikets, Tho rapid growth of cities and thu sharp demand for oU kinds of proilmii iu(. kubatmitlal cv LANCASTER HAS HERS. deuce of this liiiproiemcnt. Omnibus building In!1, tlie pasag(- - of which in tiio Howe is furecistcjl rj the How to Control 6ca!s Insects. Spraying fruit treei with lluicanl vote on thu rule, carries the following phur wash mid wllh aolublo olla con uipropriuiicm lor K ntuclty. trolled San Jomi ncnle when proinrl. tliS.POd; Sl.clbyville, Harnotirville. apidlcil, while powdered kulplmr fo'u I5,0D0; Central City, $ao,000: Ueciirnr, poiiiuU gave promising rcsulu In $ lS.'.HXi; Falmouth, $:'5,000; Km.nence, perliiieiilal tests conducted by clitotiiol $10,000,- Mudisonville, II0.UUU; Murray, oglsts of the Ohio cxiierlmeut klatlon $25.00U; i'lkeville, $35,00(1; Hazard, Curu-ulweio iiiislKvessfuI, I.llllo dllTereucu lu effectlveiicsa was $10,00": Hickman, $5,000; Owenton, $7,501); Pmeville, $5,000; Ruskellville, noted U'twren homo boiled lliuo-su- l phur and thu txituuierclal form mixed $10,000. nnd Stanford, $5,000. with aevcii parts of water und applied iu early spring. Soluble oils mixed Salt and Milk for Ink. with fifteen parla of water aro uN". Itikatulna on garments cyn ba aoaked recommended. ' out lu u mixture of Malt and milk. A Powder sprays, as soluble niilpuui tenvjHKiuful of aalt to ncurly u gill of compound aud barium mlpliur, gave milk Is tho rlsht proportion. This Variable results In killing tho kculu for either white or colored fabTlio atatlou experts do not rics, but If the ink has been allowed to ugulust audi uiuterlals, bi.i dry, It will he nccexMiry to uak the lay tLey ahould bo ued only u uu et ktdlucd purt lu the milk for u hour or lerluciital way. two. known the things he considers necessary to a lasting peace at the. conclusion of the present war. In outlining his ideas, the President suggested virtually a world-wid- e ".Monroe Doctrine" in which he said the United States could not withhold its participation. The freedom of all to work out unhindered their own oliciea; the uvoidance of entangling alliances; free outlets to and the freedom of the was, and the limitation ot naval and military armament tli.. Ii.lt, lltt.li.. ... III.. end, the President mild. Senator Ollie """ HIM ,,mu 0lnc 01 " lucky delegation indorsed the snech. In some imarters the speech was cnt- leined ns a departure from the policy of "no eitangliiig alliances" upheld by ' Uemocrntic leaders In the past. The rl,i..f noints ,,f ti,.. Pr..-i,l.- .l the umal rate. When a farmer Is located near n good market the thing for him to do In to sell to a select trade. lie cau hotels aud restaurunts as wrll as When prlrate residences. roducer are too far from a good market to drive lu legularly they should adopt a system of co operative telling and hauling. A number working together can khlp regularly a gtien (juautlty of prod uce to city coniumrrt, aud the latter can best handle the business by means of an nrganltatlon of koiiio sort. A few wm farmers In a certain district of the corn lielt recoil to o n bushel for all the corn they ralne ..' hey understand tho helling end of fiiriulng ns well us the prinjnclng end. and their grain Is sold for Itnl-i- u II mt clas nrtlcle, whether grain, legelahles, chickens or pigs, aatt ,,""ro wl" " n" dllllculty In tlndluf ''0''l'10 'V'" If oc "ur "" "in jimi o,e .iq Mip-pl(-M . au effort to rale It to S3s. Perhaps the o.ulckest war to gain this einl Is by dUcanllng all animals that fall to give !vr gallons of milk er day fur the greater part of the jear. Tho stwU may 1 gradually Improved by Mdee Hon and breeding. It tuay b mislbl also to sell the mllfc or cream to particular eiutomera who will pa, dntitil what lou nell It hate often ""'" Pr'rt v