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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): February 1, 1917 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1917 cen1917020101_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): February 1, 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. FEBRUARY I. 1917. Paper I'rkf I'eril I'lsinesfl In nil 2.",(iOO national guirdsmcn have been ordered returned trom border NUMBER 44. NARROW ESCAPE When Auto Skids Into Pole luty. M 'A Kentucky long ago look from Virgin in Hit supremacy of tobacco nml is err tiiinly holding it. Germany is not unfriendly to Wilson's pence plant, liut German editors beliee proposition imprncticiil. Tin- - UiJbI legion will meet at the tlniiiii room Saturday at 2:30 Alt of the mi'inliers are urged to come ami bring a new members with them i ft Look nt tin' label tin your paper, itnil If youoweTHKUKCOItl) uny llif n Kftut in tin- - money. Tlif high cost ol ihiit of together Willi tin1 "lint. Burnt- I a I of our subscribers makes it ver unpleasant when the limp comes to make out our imyroll. We trust that a hint to the wis will lie sullicienl. - Harry Thaw's mother is being called the "American Woman of Sorrows". She is a typical mother, showing the depth uf u mothers love, devotion and seriously hurt. sacrifice. While driving at a moderate rate of speed, the handsome new car owned and driven by Dr. M. S. Hatfield, became llnmaiingable and skidded into n telephone pole, while on his way to Iticlim mil last Sunday afternoon resulting in serious damage to the car and painful injuries to Mrs. Hnlfleld. Foe a wlide it was feared that Mrs. Hatfield was dangerously injured, but proved later to be only n bud scalp wound, caused by the bow of the car striking the siile of her bead. In the car beside Dr. and Mrs. Hatfield, were their little boy. and Mr. and Mrs. J. E Seale and baby, none of whom were if IS DUE. rLfcAM tnt T-- a l a Ji'A G CONN BROTHERS. If an) one can locate I He man who wrote "The Heautiful Snow" for us. we would like to stand him on his head hi the snowbank in front of Mcltoberls Drug Store. My dear friends, one aid nil, We expect f.nm you an early call; That single "dollar" looks mighty tain Hut it makes The liecord mow on the same. Drastic regulations designed to re lieve the shortage in ccml cars anil heln bring about a lowering of present high prices of coal was prescribed bv the Interstate Commerce Commission at Washington. TRAIN CRASHES INTO AUTO Tom Arnold Killed In Deland Fla. in -- i CALL rr AM iti SfcTlLt. 3 nnmrnT n Hardware. Lancaster, Ky., Feb. 1, 1917. Mr. Z A. .lonos. I.niicastcr. Ky. Dear Sir Tin; Mold Hoanl is corrugated on the hack side diving it additional strength and service, and it pehrunry is with us but being a short month we feel that Spring is nut far distant Kvcn if the month is short, it nml Lincoln's gives us Washington NICE PROMOTION birthdav and Valentine dav, what more could xp nk for with January in the FOR HORACE back ground. We agree with Luke Mcl.uke when he snvs"We always expected great things from this country, but we never expected to see the day when it costs as much to buy an egg as it does to buy the hen that laid the egg." His sister, Mrs. I.ula Johnson, of this city received a message Tuesday, announcing that Mr Tom Arnold had been killed at a railroad crossing near De- land Kla, yesterday morning A later message stated that interment would take place in Deland. His sudden death was a great shock to his friends and relatives here, where he formerly lived, before moving to Deland about 12 years ngo. He is survived bv three brothers. John and William of Itichmond, nnd I'obert, of Paint Lick, and three sisters, Mrs. A. II. Klkin, of Louisville, Mrs. J. P. Simmons nf Itichmond and Mrs. I.ula Johnson, of this nty. THIS MEANS YOU. Dili L, BS1QS. 1 Kentucky liiiJB-filfiPaiS- Lancaster. I'PiMMTrSMj e. IS WALKER. I requires 10 pounds more to lircak it on a testing iiinrhine titan an ordinary out. The curve or design of a iiioldlMiard is such that it givejni light draft, and leases the eoil in ritfht shape fur future cultivation. Conn 'I Brothers. iriri r LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. An informal conference of 10O or more newspaper publisher with several manufacturers of news print paper was held last week in Chicago. The publishers agreed that the present high price of paper has placed the newspaper publishing business in a position so 1st. hazardous and menacing that a remedy PHYSICIANS' IN must be found without delay. Mr. Horace L. Walker, one of the brightest young attnrnejs now prac ticing at the Louisville bar, formerly of this place and youngest brother of Judge L. L. Walker and (!. C. Walker. of this city, has just been appointed assistant to the Chief Attorney of the Southern Hallway, with headquarters at Washington City. It is a great sat-- 1 isfactiou to his friends here to learn of promotion, Mr. Walkers handsome which they all feel is worthily bestowed and that he will make good in his new field of labors, which will begin March I I I I 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 vou or us. V) I I 9 V' 1 SES: DANVILLE. IE i I 1 .1 iA What Our Ads Tell You The goods in the store hack up. It isn't that way everywhere is it? Generally what is printed is better than what Secretary of Agriculture Houston has announced that Kentnckv's share of the $10,000,000 appropriated by thu leuerai government to aid me stales in the crnstruction of rural post roads during the fiscal year endingJunc 00 111. 1918. will be $191,943.82. Indiana will receive $271,495.24; Tennessee, $228,. 3UG.9G; Ohio $373,810.84, and West Vir ginia, $10C,u40.92. SION IN Turn over a few bad debts to us and watch us get the money. It will pay you to investigate our proposition. I I Ill On Thursday night, January 25th. the Central Kentucky Medical Association met at the Klks Club in Danville, in regular quarterly session and an en- The Sanders Mercantile Agency 3 s T4 the store sells. Hut we are particular in this regard. Particular to SUCH eatables that exaggeration is quite unnecessary have So when you read a statement about what this More sells, you don't have to discount it to get at the truth. Just take what we say at its face value, and you will find no cause for dissatisfaction. 5 &Jr rI. The old pew in which Abraham on November 19. 18G3, in the historic Presbyterian Church at Gettysburg, stands undisturbed today, while all about it workmen are tearing out the interior to make way for newDuring the furniture and trappings. battle thu church was used us a hospital. There are many bloodstains cn the woodwork. These are to be removed. The church is 17ii years old. - thusiastic and profitable time was spent in discussing a splendid dinner and medical'papcrs. Annual election of officers was held, the following being elected for the ensuing vear; President, Mr. Virgil Lancaster; Secretary, Dr. J Tom Price. Harrodsburg. Lancaster feels justly proud of her youngest physician having this honor conferred upon him and we not only congratulate him, but the Medical As sociation upon their selection. Kin-nair- Coy S. Sa.iders, Manager. Office 1st floor Bradley Bldg. West aide Lexington St. Phone 212 INTERESTINAND INSTRUCTIVE 3 .. si. g 2 n iA CONGRATULATIONS. There is not now. and has not beer, since last Saturday, a prisoner In the This we admit, is Movie County jail unusual. Has possibly been many years siih i' we could make the above statement. Tis certainly a pleasing record, though somewhat trying on jailer Tim-oneDanville Messenger. SERVICE. s o O iA ft ft si The Christian Undeavorers will have have charge of the services at the Christian Church next Sunday evening, Theo Currey. DE3E D $400 A yield of AN ACRE. E3E 111 ' S M.S. HATFIELD DENTIST. ruuNKs t.l1ll'l.rilt. over liOUO pound of f i inn 2 acres of bind, that sold in Lexington last Monday at oven J8W. made by l'rauk Laud net, is a r unJ Son, mat will be hard to bejt. Mr. et Lund sas he lias two more acres unsold, that he tbinks will make u new record. LAMBS WILL HE HIGH. SpecultUrs are already in the Meld j for spiini' Umbs. which nave begun to appear in (iarraid county and other Some bids have been made localities. for $10 per hundred pounds, for lambs in June. July and Aug-jus- t, to be but the farmers are u little slow to sell nt the price, uoncving irom present indications, they will bo worth much more than the price quoted. the service beginning at The first Sunday in every February is known as Christian Endeavor day and from the program outlined it will be very interesting, as well as instructive to those who attend. The society is educating a joung Japanese girl and lor the occasion Sunday evening they have secured the young Japanese student, of Lexington, S. who will appear in his native costume and give a lecture, which has Ip.'. ii so much complimented by the press tluougliout the slut" wluie be predict a crowded W has been. house for this delightful occasion. seven-thirty 1 B 51 o'clock. Is tr 2 3 1$ X J, O a -S. f 3w Q S3 m Brf-i j I I i, a sw CD SI f 3 32 KENTUCKY MASONS 11 T) a: Tl LANCASTER, KENTUCKY ' WILL CELEBRATE. M 8. 71 E1EEDG c DELIGHTFUL MUSIC RECITAL Funeral Lancaster, Director and Embalmer. Kentucky. Ottlco Phone 18. Residence Phone 33. The pupils uf Mrs. May Hughes delighted their parents and friends last Thursday evening with a splendid musical program, painstakingly rendered. The pupils demonstrated Mrs. Noland's ability as an instructor and also showed diligent work on their part. Lancaster is a music loving place and is to be congratulated upon having Mrs Noland initruct the future musicians of the town. d Kentucky Masons will observe the urniversarv of theorder us an organised institution with an baibecue at Crab Orchar Springs Saturday, June 23 It Is e pected that more than B.000 Masons from various nints in thu State vw.p make the trip to the pomt of celebraHenry Pirtle, o f Louisville, tion. chairman of the committee who offered the resolution at the Grand Lodge meet ing last October, provided for u fitting observance of the anniversity, presided at a committee meeting in Louisville Wednesday right. June 24 is the official birthday of organized masonry, out Inasmuch as that date falls on Sunday this year it was decided to hold the barbecue on Saturday the 23rd. liurgoo and all that is will a Kentucky have a part in the celebration. home-comin- g II J? 2! ? o CD 55 g o Illi 3Q I c3 n fTi n5 2a O a c ill 5' H HasssJilJ M -- The Central Record.lThursday, February! 1 .51 9 7. I Quick r-- 000 OO 1 Cold Relief-- i the prompt fa usually found throuRh administration of a mildly lMfttive, dispersive tonic one that will scatter the inflammation, remove the waste, and help Nature to build up resistance. HOME T0BA66O WAREHOUSE We have the highest market in the State. One Hundred and Seven Thousand Six Hundred and Forty pounds went over floor today which gave an average of $19.72. per hundred. 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 & Howard Hume & K earns A(Jce iV Sallce li)5f) pounds S3 .72 average 5 27.70 Smith & Jackson .r8:l.r poimil.s? 1.5(52.7!) average Hroaddusiv(,rouelier2(!(i5 pounds H18.M mennje pounds 8118.12 average 2V.Y W 0 liurk 17 1!) pounds 2520 pounds 5&XQ5 nvrnu!e 2220 MI. Ill nvuraHe Hume & Chcnault 2200 pounds Sl!)8 f.2 average 522 O.T 11 I X0M000.00O "J Dr. Wm. D. Pryor, Peruna is That Tonic. effective, and It, use is without harm ful ollCCts. r.vory iiouwikhu keep It nt hand for thti purpose, and every catarrhal suftYrer should use this reliablo remedy. The tablet form will Do founu very convenient. A tablet or two at the very bccinninR of a cold will frequently prevent its development, and these tablets may be taken reng-ular- ly Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. Olllce at Rnlnev Lancaster. s Livery Stnhle. Kentucky many wun ihwhuui ? 2(5.78 :53()5 Manyprefer thcliquid form hIIorrriury h bn the rlinrw o( th America Honr.r. Doth arc eom!. hlch tcr nrirly I t 22 17 22 08 Ii. I W. Morrow, Ctmhtiitf Optician .am : m.ca (,1 . I Hal i'. l ' IE. EDWARDS, M.D Phone 391-M Younlruftfiatcio supply you. A4 IncoriKirattMl. Tho PERUNA CO. BUCKEYE, KY. Columbus Ohio Richmond, Kentucky. ' KJKaT 1 Honaker Fine Cut Flowers. Miss Lula Mark ColtVy was the week end guest of her brother. Mr. and Mrs. Bethlehem's Bid on Shells Mrs. Everette Lawson. of Kaveti-woo- d Succumbs To Fatal Burns K ller Home Mrs. Sarah Hardin is on the sick list. l.otizo Coirey at Nina. Mo, is visiting her father, Mr. J. Miss .ilia Mae Hume was the pleas-- I for the United States Navy Mr. Carl Baker has moved to his new W. Farlee and Miss Mary Ellen Farleo. In Bryantsville. ant guest of her comim. Misses Mary To tht Amtruan I'etiple: She hiving been called by the death of home on Hack Creek. her grandmother, Mrs. Welch. Mr. Flovd Ray bought n cow from jam! Sallie Hume Sunday. The 5vvrrLiry of tlir Navy lia awarded Miss Annie Sanders has returned to rontrarlt mil, nulling to over 1.1,000,000 Jim Ileazlev price. $50. One of the saddest deaths thut his Mr. and Mrs. Carter Sellers, Mr. and to a Ilrili.li ladder for 1 and her home at Kirksviile after spending ever occurred in this community was Mrs. Nhvj J. W. Stony, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Mr. Carl Hume wss the guest of Mr. several weeks with her sister Mrs Carl projeclil for the nflVrnl by the of vrrv that of Mrs Sallie H. Welch, Thursday. iiuirli lower prices l.tilun Stultz. Miss Blanche Askins and Miss Edward Bolton a Sunday. Baker. bidder. Jhh. 25th. About eleven thirty o'clock Ella Welch, all I'orter Wenrren bought some corn were the Thursday morning, Mrs. Welch who guests Sunday of Jessamine, Wr know nothing of the l.m upon which Mr. Walter Hume left last TuesUay of Mr. and Mrs. Charley la it week, price per bbl $1.75. put was alone in u room at her home, caught for Cooksville III, where he will spend the llfilnh hula wrre muilr. hut the upou Dean. Mr Ed Bolton spent Thursday night lie ii rntillrd to I now the fa ti a few weeks with his aunt, Mrs I). B her clothing on fire. Just how it hapwhich weourvlw-- j 1ml for lint work. with his sister Mrs Jim Snyder. pened is not known but her screams Million. Mrs. Eugene Land and Mrs. Laura1 Twn jenrn iiko r IimiW rontrarta immediately brought her Mr. and Mrs. John Simpson visited Grimes of Lexington, were the guests .lirlla hI m tit iiiaLr I.2U0 Miss Mary Ellen Farley to the several days recently of Mrs. Henry Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Ray, Sunday. price of ll..l.,(XM). I'p in now fire, Tomlinson. They having scene who tried to extinguish the not a Ingle hell lina Iwrn accome over to Miss Ida Baker of Nina visited her Several of attend the funeral of Mrs. Sallie cepted by llir (.o.eriilllriil. and called for assistance. It. cousin, Miss Irene Bolton, recently. Mr lliltr rlellilel. In the neighbors heard her calls for help Welch. wage. itmleriuU, rlr., on tlicai Mr Anion Hume visited his aunt, Mr. but by the time they arrived Mrs. The undersigned hereby g' e warnorder $.i2J,tUII, nod e lime nut Among those from a distance who and Mrs. Tom Lane on Silver Creek. Welch was a mass of flames and the ing to all persons not to trespass ukjii rcrcl.nl h MM. I I) IKII.I.VK mi physicians said she could not possibly were here Saturday for the funeral of thran rmitrurt. Mr Brack Hardin of Jessamine is our lands tor Hny purpose whatever as live but a short time, however, she lin- Mrs. Welch were, Messrs James Spil-- 1 visiting his grand toother at this place. we will prosecute all offenders to ful la ft'Mitlon a htfl inttatlou U U cmlrarl tni(M make u. liaUa tnt gered until 9;30 o'clock that night. man and Joseph Farlee. of Mercer, Mr lest extent of t'-- law. Hunters and. rnaltlM am.HjuUof to t6?l Ola Messrs Walker and SydnieltHker was Welch was 75 years of age and and Mrs Sam Farlee of Jessamine, Mr. Mrs. Fishermen especially take notice. In the liyht of our eiperiencr and limhad lived her entire life in this com- J. H. Honer of Nicholasville. Mrs. the guest of Mr Clarence Bolton on ing no oilier liui, wr bid for If) mi ll Ed & N B I'nce R. L. Elku. Sunday. munity and was well known and popu- Eugene Land and Mrs. Laura Grimes r the unite rate hell appriiMliintely J. C. Rigsbv. pound a that wliith the Nay Depart lar. She was well liked by every one of Lexington. Mrs. Sam Deatherage of' Mr and Mrs Clayt Wearren were the II. C. Arnold. inch ahell actual t iiwiinbil .i John Tatuin. mrnt who knew her. She was the widow of Richmond, Mr. and Mrs. Luther Gibbs. guest of Mr and Mrs I'orter Weaten cn Mrs. E. L. Frnzee ooutruit one )rnr k'o Chas Welch who died a number of Mrs. John Crutchfield. Mr. and Mrs. Thurjday. T. R. Slavm. R L. Arnold. Hethli'liriu Steel Coiuputly years ago. At an early age she joined Jon Uryant of Lancaster, and Mrs. Mr Willie Creech ami wife spent part We will add other names for 'jr.ccnt I hviniu CIUS M the Methodist church at Mt Olivet Everett Lawson of Uavenwood Mo, of last week with hU sister Mr. and KtliK.SKt; I.IIUh I'imJmI cash. a member ever Mr. and Mrs. John Davis of Danville, i Mrs. Andy Matlock. where she has since and lived a consistent Christian lite. She will be greatly missed and her sudden death will cast a shadow over this vicinity for an indefinite time, and a gloom which will be mostdifficult to expel. The home circle is broken. No more will she answer to the call of the leved ones but the Lord giveth and the Lord taketh away and He doeth ull things well. The Lord knew best, the call came and she has gone to answer the summons. Mrs. Welch is survived by two daughters, Mrs John Uryant and Mrs. Sam Deatherage of Richmond Mrs. Lver-ett- e ar.d by nine Lawsou of Havenwood Mo., Mr. Welch Karlee of Lexington, Mr. Sam you would not as man of You Farleo of Jessamine, Miss Mary Ellen have Farley, Miss Elizabeth Hryant and Mr. Jou Uryant, Mr. Embry Deatherage of by You and and you can been Middletown Ohio and Misses Valmda and Martha Deatherage of Richmond, FIELD SEEDS. and a host of relatives and friends. The funeral services were conducted at You paid a When you is dead you the residence Saturday morning at 10 o'clock, by her former pastor. Kev. A. Lo pay You a good you I'. Jones of Wilmore, who paid a loving You a good He was as-you would have to of tribute to her memory. bad The resisted by Kev. K. M. Lee. you to of going mains were laid to rest in the Danville cemetery. The bereaved ones have ' gone amount of money investyou had a would the sympathy of every one in their loss but the "Almighty Father" who knows you would a had the ed the paid best, has promised if we are "faithful until death" that all shall be united in due you. you to get to you not good, that beautiful home of the tout. MRS. SALLIE B WELCH Laura Grimes of Lexington. TKATERSV1LLE J John M. McRoberts. H. J. PATRICK, 1 Lcntit. Paint Lick. Kentucky John Jl. Casev, II. (iradnatf I'liK-iimat- .. riiuiry grand-dURh-te- Veterinary Surgeon. i Vt-t- i POSTED " Colletfe DAN VILLI!. K1.Y1UM t J. A.BeazIev IHINERAL DIRECTOR (Mllrr liver Nntmnni Hunk Ilteililenre I'lione 't HJlire I'ht LANI ASTKR. KY e L7 . 11 s.lll Ladies Coats, Mens and Boys Suits to close out at cost. if 09999 G. C. COX, I'hon. Manse.Ky i I MR. FARM ER ltoj i to'. p. m' H. K. Denny ami W. cir . A. Wheelb Doctors Of Dental Surgery. i ici)- - Muiul . (.i-- i Hum Andr grand-childre- sane judgment and are recognized the world over the this'opinion any less for half your farm. your farm improve your earnings have successful usinglhigh grade nearly the same price have lost. plant seed that used the same for for the untested seed that seed. would have went seed. amount used for plant the labor seed as gather your harvest that over the same ground through all the motions the same have had every seed made plant, pay harvest in land and the same taxes with short harvest fail the profits can been fail see wherein thus LANi'ASTKR. KKNTl I'KY. Frtiil nnr ShnrJo Trooc Shrubs. Graoe Vines, TREES (ianlen. Rhubarb. Asparagus, Roses, Phlox. Peonies Kvcrytliint Write for free Cutalotftie No AntH for Orclinrd. Lnvwi ami 9 H.F.IIillenmcycr & Sons. Lexington. JOHH Kentucky I'JIC Miss Mattie Coulter spent Thursday in Lexington. Mrs. Kliodu Wylie has been quite ill for several days. Mis. Nettie Cox and children of Anderbon Co, vuitod Mrs. J. C. Williams last week. Mrs. J. Hogun Italian! was the guest of Mrs. Karle Curtis In Richmond turj ' a bhort visit. -' 9 Mr. Clay CoutUr was TuoMlay morning for adenoids getting along nicely. om-ruh-- on and is 9 9 9 9 Your mistake is in selection of your Seed. Do Not order seed without seeing them. What assurance have you that they will be anything like represented. Our stock of field seeds will be the best the market affords and have been selected atjour expense. You can see them and will be pleased with them. Allow us the privilege of making you an estimate. WHITE & CO. LOUISVILLE, KY. Llbor.t ...orlmAiit nd lull v.luo p.id for .FURS and Coat Hklas Hide m ,m?i s 'iX'SiWi! Jafforson School icy tM'i V ... Law. Mrs. Margaret Sparks of Nicholas-- 1 ville, is spending several weeks with her sister, Mrs. W. CjluM. Mr. Virgil Van Arsdale of Paris Crossing 1ml, came Suturdav to attend fie funeral of Mrs. Welch. Messrs C. M. Dean, W. K, Davis. J. C. Williams and W. M. Hendren spent Tuesday in Lexington un business. Miss Marguerite Woolfolk returned to her home In Lexington Thursdry after u visit to Miss Mayine Lee Hut-Ur- .Li,- . . Hervey fe Wood; : ij HIGHEST PRICES PAID Kaml'Lnce M.'l.il n O.r Mi, pin. nt L K.c.iveJ No Coinmijsion Writ to Pay Mrs. K. II. Hallard was hostess at dinner Monday to a r umber of relatives in honor of Mrs Eugene Lund and Mrs. Paint Lick, Kentuclvy. 9 LLi (or I'llc. Uil and Sbippini Tail M. Sabel & Sons E.UUiak.4 Uf Ifift'Ui LOUISVILLE. KY. f The Central Record, Thursday, February 1, 1917. lII BY OI jt nr- - ir The Farmer TUESDAY SHELBURNE, JAHUAEY 23rd. To-Dat- e. 150.000 Pounds Sold, Average $20.28 The Highest Record For Any Year In Any Warehouse Ever since early Fall we hove been telling the farmer not to sell to speculators but bring his tobacco to the open market and sell where he would get the most money. The wisdom of this advice has been demonstrated ever since the market opened and yesterday we smashed all records. We do not speculate on the tobacco of our customers as every pound in our house belongs to the planters. Some of the prices realized on last sale, January 26th. K t) Kully & Hm lt tr poisiuls. meruit avenge 52!).f0 21 10 Sharp kersmith :i.20 MOO pounds. a"crnJt pounds, Win Reynolds 2100 2.110 Hosworth & Meshler. X 110 pounds average Parrishft. Thomas 15.7f0 pounds, average I'arrisli &. Courtney 5110 pounds, average pounds, average Crim & Karris M. and (I. Parish -- 1.1:15 pounds, average 1 $23.13 2.1.30 Warden Wallace W. C. Lowry T. M. 3,250 pounds, average 3,575 pounds average $22.72 22.00 22.00 21.G0 Sherrow & Whitnker Howard 2.G15 23.10 2,855 pounds', average .... 23.00 pounds, average Shelburne SILAS SHELBURNE, President. Admin, three slum In for $iW. Misses I.elia and .Minnie Kay Tenter Mrs Harmon Itiiy w 111 at lu-- home united Mr. Mai Carter, last week Mis Klsie Whittakor lias returred to IllTO Or Huidren was in Nicholasville Wed Kirksvillu after a visit to relative hero visited her Mrs li. M. Hendren tln j Itohert lxng milil to VAA Arnold 7 daughter. Mrs Howard King at last week. (bouts at ft), a bend. Mesrs Houston fiulley and It. W. Horn to the wife of John Humphrey, Sanders were guests of Mr Aich u son. January 21th. at Kirksville, Monday. Jolm Sewell bought f I.inKey Kay h i )Uiicl. teer at SJcts per Mr and Mm Ollie liogie and children of Hryantsville, have been visiting rela-- I Mr Hendernon Whittakor of Kirks-villtlVes here. visited relatives here. I Mrs Nora Tester, Mr Claud Spaiks Kemp Walker bought of Ambrose Tobacco J. and Dr J. K. Kd wards went to Danville Wednesday, with Mrs Claud Sparks, who had an operation performed at the hospital in that city. Mrs Jim Stnpp. of Lexington, was th guest of Mrs Mai Carter a part of last week. Mr Claud Sparks returr.ed home Sunof his day, after being at the wife for Beveral days at the Danville Hospital. Some one tried to brake into Mr Robert Carters meat house, one night last week. Mr Carter wns in Lexington, and when Mrs Metcalf phone the neighbors, the burglars tcame frightened and left before they got the door open. bed-side i Warehouse . Co H. DOAK, Treasurer. RENEWING CLOUD BOSWORTH, General Manager. LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY. HUCKKYK MANSE. Mr 11, I'. Conn is on the sick list. Mrs It. C. IJoain spent Friday with Mrs John lloain. ) Mr Jim Roberts spent Sunday with his parents. Mr and Mrs John Roberts. Mr Wm. Conn ana little son, of Lan caster, spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs H. 1'. Conn. Mrs W. 1. Anderson and children, spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr and Mrs Lewis Anderson in Iierea. Mrs Alf Iiobinson was laid to rest in the Green Cemetary near Cnrtersville, Thursday evening. Sh leaves to mourn her loss, a devoted husband, and two daughters. Mr William Todd was laid Five sons SUBSCRIPTIONS. r . Whit-take- r, I e IB It goos to them as a 'etter from home, making glad their hearts and carrying them back in memory to the scenes of THE COUNTRY EDITOR. their childhood and to the happy assoHe might have been a millionaire, ciations of those days which are gone but not forgotten. And won financial fame, We can't understand how anv man or Or sat in a directors chair. woman, boy or girl, who has taken up Had money been his aim his abode in some distant State or even He chose instead to spend his years in some other location within the State, In service poorly paid, does not take his home paper and thus And with the paste pot and the keep in touch with the many changes shears that are constantly being wrought as A humble living made. the years come and go. He cronicled the town's events; These are our most appreciated subThe local goings-on- ; His fellow townsmen's hopes and bents scribers, for every letter that bringe us a dollar says "1 cannot do without Inspired his lexicon; ! The Itecord". We thank them one and He felt the public pulse that beat nil for the many nice things they say Around him and he tried to us and it is an incentive to make To make his little cogntry sheet? the paper better each week and give A thing of local pride. them all the news. We hope soon to Unselfishly, with all his heart, punt an lienor roll. He strove but to uplift. loss. His town of which he was a part. With great ambition filled. He spoke well of his lellow-men- ; He praised when praise was due He wielded but a kindly pen, And no reward he drew We are constantly receiving renewal the Manse Cemetery, He leaves two sisters, Mrs W. I'. An subscriptions . from . those citizens of . o i derson. Sr., and Mrs Will Fish and uarraru coumy who nave moved away his wife and ten children to mourn his anu sought fortunes in other States. to rest in Friday evening. ft TOBACCO - - TO - - KENTUCKY GOOD ROADS HAN In Road Is Gratified At Progress Building In Made Texas. Worn Oul? No doubt you are, If you suffer (roni any of the numerous ailments to which an women are subject. Headache, backache, sidcache, nervousness, weak, tired feeling, are some ot the symptoms, and you must rid yourself of tucm in order to feel well. Thousands of women, who have been benefited by this remedy, urge you to ft j I James Maret of Mt. Vernon, Ky, president of the Boone Way Association of his native State, is in San Antonio. Mr. Alaret is making a tour through Texas studying tho construction methods of our public highways. He expressed himself as deeply gratified with building made the progress in good-roud STANFORD, STREET TV bv Texas, which he says compares favorably with road construction of other Southern Status through which he has traveled. Texas rates high among the States in tiie matter of good rouds", suid .Mr Maret. "and bhe has cau to he proud of her progress in this lint. "Many years ago Kentucky was noted tor her good roads, but thwv in charge of her highways, through nex-leallowed hur to fali bulmul until she now occupies fourteunth plucu on the TAKE a S3 Speira C ompany MANAGERS. The Woman's Tonic Mrs. Sylvania Woods, otClifton Mills, Ky., says: "Before taking Cardul, 1 was, at timers, so weak I could hardly walk, and the pain In my back and head nearly killed me. After taking three bottles of Cardul, the pains disappeared. Now 1 feel as well as lever did. Every suffering woman should try Cardul." Oct a bottle E-- 8 today. list of States. During tho past two vears, however. good progress has been made toward lifting my Statu out of its unenviable place. Wo have built many good highway, und we have others under construction. One of the most important of these, is a road known as the lioonu Way, which extends for rnoro than u thousand miles and runs from Kentcn Ohio, through Louisville, Ky, to Lexington ami ltoone t'urk, the old home of Daniel ltoone, in North Carolina." County engineer Dennett will take Mr. Maret ovei the Ilexarcounty highways While here Mr. Maret is visiting his brother, S. G. Maret, at lOSTolle I'lace; San Antonio (Texas) Express. SI IK We Pay Highest Market Prices. Unload the Same Day. No Commission Charged. Phone 306. Also Branch House at MORELAND, KY. TheJCentral Record.&Thursday, February! The Central Record! incorporated, FARMS SELL. 1 ,5 1 9 7. 1 BEATS HIS ALARM CLOCK TO IT YOli'U FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN The farm of Mrs. I'attie Hoyden, adsev$1.00 a yeah. vertised for sale in the Record for issued Weekly. eral weeks past, was sold Monday to Mr. S. I.. (Sibli. The farm contained J. K. ROBINSON. Editor. was private. nrul Mtfr. about 150 acres. The rrico place R.L. KLKIN. Locnl Editor near n Mr. Jonah Mnrsee sold his llmn. fint nl JUIlip UUI Ul itntercrl at the I'on Olllct In l.tictrr. Kjr.. the river on Stanford pike, for $3,000, NUaMlldll n MhII Matter Second (! also the Davo Lmbry place nearer, With Old Tim3 Vigor, Stanfonl for $800 to W. A. Cooper, of Member Kentucky Press Association Jessamine, possession to be given lid Mch. 1st. Mr. Marsce bought u farm Eighth District Publishers League. of Mr. Cooper, between Harrodsburg TANLAG GAVE HiM NEW ENERGY and Danville, price not given. Lancaster, Ky., Eebrnary 1, 1917 ' J Draw A Check Nice store room for rent. W. 1 My For Sale or Rent. house on Richmond street. West two stor S. G llaseldcn mule, will Co. good work For Sale:-work anywhere. Garrard Milling For itent:-Good 3 Spurluck Farm. room house on W. M. Burgess Paint Lick Kv. MS K9 ITS IIOINOR 1. for tlic money youovu 11111I note liow much more res peclfully your creditors you They like lo tlo Imsiuuss with 11 mini who lins 1111 account ul the Garrard Bank s & Trust Go. Rates For Political Announcements For Precinct and Citv OlIU'cs . . .$ G.00 10.00 'or County Offices tor State and District Offices. . . . 15.00 10 For Calls, per line 10 For Cards, per line For all publications in the interest of individuals or expression of individual views, per FOR SALE ;!00 bushels, nice, clean the alarm clock rang this We know there is n strong attach- morning tint you bound out of bed, Orchard Grass, J. T. Andetson. Route 2, Lancaster Kv. ment between a dog and its owner, and eat a Rood breakfast and leave "lit" your work? we are reminded of thf words of Car- and ready fir I have several pairs of two ear old Not if you felt like Edward K, lisle, who said: "The more 1 see ot men Schwundt. pressman. 3200 Tumpa ave-- mules which I will sell or loan to re1 like mv dog." The Rev. Sam the more sponsible parties to work. Jones once said: "The man who has aj J. E. Robinson. has one true friend to greet) dog nlwnvs him on his return home." And the imFun S.M.K One five passenger Over v ts&i?i firS'C'Vii'. 10 mortal Luke McLuke says:"A man may land and one Schacht Truck. Cheap if line 'Jt vVW$ 05 be down and nut; his clothing may be! sold at once. Obituaries, per line White ,t Riddle. shinv and worn at the elbows. But if j I'lilnt Lick, Ky. We are authorized to nnnounce the he has a kindly word und smile for a subject to the little child and a friendly pat for a dog, ) following candidates, FOR SALE; - My house ami three Primary, he is still a nction of the Democratic gentleman. "1 acres of land; Just out of town limits. August 1917. And so he is. Richmond Climax. j once. Possession When STILL A GENTLEMEN. like way. Better They know he Is doing business in n IuinUm-sopen such an account even if your airmrs are not 'arge t'hev will grow nil right. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company msstatssiaau WOLL Rudi-tJtiick- HANK. fefW STUDY THESE SUGGESTIONS. 2. :l high-tone- d 4. ii 7. at County School Superintendent. Givens Terrill. MISS JENNIE H1GG1NS. County Court Clerk, SORRY TO LOSE HIM. The Record office has sustained quite departure of Mr. Terey Burnside who left us to accept a position at Harlan Kv. "Jack" is a .vorker. and a perfect gentleman, in all that word implies, Br.d while we regret to give him up we know our loss is his employers gain. The best wishes of the entire office goes with him.j We have with us Master Richard Boyle who takes to the "case" like a duck to water and will make us splendid help with a ftw more years of experience, as he is bright und energetic. a loss in the j. o. UOGIE, JEPTHA ONSTOTT. W. A. DOTY. Assessor. E. B. KAY. Manistrate District No. 1. J. II. CLARK. County Attorney. Stolen from my home, several weeks ago. a Ladies Gold Watch, engraved on inside, from "Loytl to Stella." Will pav for any information. Mrs S. .1. Hisle. pd 2 Richmond, Kv. Red House Pike. lulls by check, and have our wife pn her bills by chrrk " lend an ei.r to "(iet nrlirmes. Follow sume Mslem in saving Do not be lutpliHEuril about it Rent a "afe ili'imsit box for oor valuable pipfrr. Make free ue of the lip-tdiite service we oirer. Teach tile child the value t money ! giving them an allowance Meet Muir frii'iids at this bank tor transacting important business 011r Pay Neer o e Citizens National Bank OF LANCASTKR. KY. WaI-KKK- FOR SALE. Pair four EDWARD E. SCHWANDT. nue. Cleveland, used to feel. Here 1.1 the story in his own words: "The last year was a trying one for me. My health had been steadily on the down grade. Often it would be 1 or 2 o'clock before I could go to sleep. I got up in the morning almost as tired as when I went to bed. "During the day my stomach bothered me After eating I had a heavy bloated feeling. I was tired all the time and didn't have any ambition. My body Mv nerves were upset. ached. At time my feet wer so sore I could hardly bear my weight upon them. finally I 'I cou'.dn t get relief, tried Tanlac and right then anil thers began to get better. My worries .. are all over now. 1 go to uen ami My never wake up until morning. aches have left me. I have a splendid appetite and am able to satisfy it, too, no food disagrees with my stomach. "I am glad to say a good word for Tanlar and honestly believe that it will do for other people what it has done for me." B. F. HUDSON. President. W () Pic.NKY. Ass't Cash'r JoK W. F. CHAMP, J. J. WAIKFR, Vice Prest . J. Jit.. Book Keeper (ashler. ear old black tnnre mule J. K. Robinson. DRESSMAKING. Am prepared to do dress-making NOW at GREEN CLAY WALKER. Sheriff. A, K. WALKER. my home on Crab Orchard Stree t, bePnone 3I.VG. low cemeter. Mrs. M. M. luniir It. is the ideal time to visit State Senator, 18th Senatorial District. HON. H. CLAY KAUFFMAN. JAY W. HARLAN. Representative. TOO GOOD TO BE TRUE. J. J. A. BEAZLEY. HOGAN BALLARD. SUPERVISORS FINISH WORK Taxable Property Increased $43,337. finished The Board of Supervisors their work last week, with little change in the original liet, the total taxable property for the year 1917 being, SG,SS2.099 or an increase over 1910 of $4:1.337. The assessments for the year 1917 were distributed as follows; $4,719,013. GRATEFUL TO THE CRAFT. Tax on land 578.C33. Tax on Town Lots In speaking of the State Fair secre- 7fi6,21G. Tax on Cash and notes try, Shelton Saufley, of the Interior 99G.C35. .. Tax on Personalty Journal, makes use of the following $0,bS2,099. kind words; "Many friends here were Total Total number of polls listed being disappointed when popular Bob Elkin, 2.841 a decrease of 92. while the num- of the Lancaster Record, did not land ber of dogn listed are 1135, which is a the place. It looked like it might have loss of 121 over 1910. been a good move to have picked t Have you ever wondered what the result would be if the people of this town thought and said nothing but good of each other for thirty or sixty days? Think! It would wgrk a revolution in both mind and body. People who are constantly nagging would have lost the habit. The best that is in each one forced its would have unconsciously way to the fore and nobility of character would huve made rapid strides toward supplanting the ignoble and vicious in Our town might man and woman-kind- . not be a Garden of Eden, but it would come nearer to it than any spot on earth. And it wouldn t cost us a penny. Exchange. FOR SALE. ltrvmits n!e AI. Stedman. Five "hares Hank of stock. Apply Airs. AI. Box fi. Frankfort. Ky. FLORIDA nr he 1 I GULF COAST RESORTS l J e HONEY TO 1 LOAN. .11 have J'J.noo to loan on real estate. W. L. I.awson. Trustee for Jesce Smallwuod et aw.iy from tiie mid nmi cnjo uie 111 the land ot (in) Mowers Low round trip fares and xceilent strvu-- via Mm-.shin- LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE R. R. For purlieu ars rail upjn FARMS FOR SALE? agents of this raiirontl - We have buyers. List vuiir property for Sale or Rent with The Thomas Real Estate Agenr. Do it now. I ' FARM LANDS, LONG Negro DRAWN FUNERAL Body Lay In Preacher's Stale For Three Days. The greatest "to do" over a corpse ever known in this part of the country eccurred here last week, when the colored Baptist minister. Will Dirks Dirks died lust Sunday, und on died. Saturday before ho died he usked that his body "lie in state" in the colored Bantiat church three whole days and nights before burial. His family and the church memberscarriedouthis instructions. Funeral services were held from 11 o'clock a. in. to "o'clock in the even ing, being a continuous service. There were in attendance about fifteen preachers from neighboring towns and colored folk. about fifty The church was crowded to its limit und TODD. hundreds of negroes stood on the out side. All thu negroes from the hills William Letcher Todd died at his und bottoms uttended as well us the homo near Paint Lick, Thursday, Jan, negroes here. Dirks was about seventy 25tli, in his eighty-firs- t yoar. Perhaps years old. -- Hickman News no man who over lived in this section of the county had more influence upon DOING WELL the lite of thu community than he Many a person nut so fortunate in this BLUE GRASS. world's accumulations as lie, remumburs him because of his material assistance. It seems to be easy with our Pulutki Ho lived his long life in three counboys to ncclimato anywhere they go, Ro'ikcastle, Mudison and Garrard. majority of them achieve ties, and the large vturs li has For thu pust thirty-fou- r success. One of our good friends, forlived and wrought in Garrurd county. merly John Edwards, teacher of Pulaa He is survived by a widow, who has ki county, but now Dr. J. K. Edwards, his faithful companion for moru Physician und Surgeon, und located in been fiftv-fiv- o years, and six sous ami renews his than the heart of the Thruo of thu wm week, und writes us four daughters. rjWription this were KUliimoned fiom distant status, a very complimentary letter. Itis und were at his bedside whim the end is Lancaster, Kentucky, und h The ten children are. John his prolossion. came. is making a success of A. Todd, of Afton Oklu., Win. A. Todd Dr. Edwurd for several years was ono Miss., Edw N. Todd, Fort of our bust teachers, and he completed of Prairie. Todd, Guo. B. many dif- Morgun Alu Jus A. ins medical education under l, Todd, Thos. J. Todd, Airs. A. F. ficulties. Ho is very popular with the Mrs. Robt Botkin, Airs. W D. people of Garrard county, and is takRugurs and Miss Aturv 'I odd, of Puint ing a front rank, not only as it physiAirs. W. winters cian, but us a citizen. We are sorry Lick. Two Airs. W.survive, P. Andrw)ii, both und these substantial and promising C. Fish to lose of Madison county. young men. but are always glad to note The funeral wus preached to a largo their success. Dr. Edwurds retains u by his pastor, Rev. O. S. place in his heart for Pulaski auditncB wurm Ellis, at Alt TuborBuptistchurch where county, and particularly the Woodstock had long been an influential community, und still keeps in close deceased tock place In thu events here In his "Old member. Thu burial touch with Old Paint Lick cemcterv. County," Somerset News. Home 11 newspaperman of statewide acquaint unce like Bob Elkin for such a respoiv sible position, rather than a man who is practically unknown out in the country districts. The Blue Grass fair at Lexington made a ten strike when it named Denny B. Goode us Secretary. There isn 1 country newspaper man in the state but would work his head off to help Denny make a success of his Lexington fair and the sume would have been true had Bob Elkin been placed at the ht'ad of the State Fair." We are deeply grateful to him and many newspaper men through uut the statu, for their kind interest anil in thanking them we ask that they remember, it is still OUR State fair and they should join with us, 111 nutting our shoulders to the wheel und making it the best fair in all the states. Tanlac m being introduced in Lan Bargains in FH.yette and adjoin. c j caster at R. E. McRoberts. counties, rive per cent, harm ixians Tanlac may be obtained in the nearby W. KING und SON. Lexington, K mo. cities. Paint Lick. J. N. .Metcalf: Hry- Little untsville. Becker & Ballard: NOTICE. Hickman, Collier and Bruner; Beren S. E. Welch; Stanford. Penny's Drug All persons having claims against the Store; Junction City. Reynolds and estate of Airs. Mary E. Fain, deceased. Evans; Richmond. H. L. Perry & Son; please present them promptly. Crab Orchard, l.yne Bros ; Burgin. G W. II. Fain. S. Wells T. Schoolfield; Danville. John R. R. 3. Lancaster Ky. Lancaster. R. E. McRoberts. and W. C (Adv) West. Silver Creek. NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that I will apply to the Board of Prison CommisAir. F. A. Davis was nulla ill a few sioners at their meeting on first Tuesday of April 1917 for parole. I was days the past week. Hyattsville convicted in the Garrnrd County Ky. Air. Howard Wearen of Circuit Court ut the November term was a visitor here Sunday. I'jWt on a charge of murder. .Miss Glatha Anglin was the guest of imI Clarence Fry. hersl ter. Airs Andy Davis recently Airs AI. G. Lee was the guest of Miss KELLY TOBACCO SEED. Emma Klnnaird of Richmond TuesdayBeware of Imitations. Other kced is Mr. Bertram! Brown has about re The covered from a sevure, attack of gripp being sold under their mum's. Bur-le- y Airs. Jack Davis and daughter were genuine improved "Standing I'p" Tobacc Seed raised by It. L. Kelly guests of Mrs T R Kuhlman Wednesday and Sons, can be procured only from Mr. John Tudor and family of Manso and is not genuine unless put visited Air. und Airs. S. P. Davis, Sun the raiser of tip in packages bearing a day. Application is now thuir signature. Air. and Airs. Robt Elliott spent Suiv pending 111 the U". S. Patent Office for ilnv with lior narunts. Air und Airs .loo the registration of their signature as a Bouin, trade mark and all infringements will Air. und Alra. Edd Hulett of Bryantt with her be prosecuted. ville. sncnt the nasi wok Seed pickod from host selected pods, parents. produced by champion Hurley tobacco Aliss Ida llurte went to Richmond growers of Kentucky for the past 25 Saturday for u visit to her sister, Airs. ears. Ancil Paiks. He ml ull mail Price $1. per ounce. Ethel Alau Davis and Abbie lJ Mitoi Davis King were visitor of Airs J. II. B. L. KELLY & SONS. Thuihduy night. R. F. D. No. 1, Lancaster. Ky Airs Jim BtHiin wits eullvd to I tare a Thursday by tin death of her aunt, Mrs. A. K. Roliinwm. spent Airs. Osie Snk of Luiici-fctustiverut days last wt-- k with her brother, W. O. liuvU) ami family. The Ultimate Gar. Air Charlie Riwra has tukun possession of the SiiwiwiWii property rocuntly vaetttud by Air. Ja's lititnrr. 180,000 ON DANVILLE BREAKS TUESDAY SELL AT AVERAGE OF LOWELL - PER HUNDRED, What will the Woodcock say when he reads All records broken on these averages. Danville Market whh Garrard County Tobacco fac-siini- I" J. I. Hamilton Malin Tillett & Harmon J. H. Bourne Hamilton & Goins Robinson & avr $19.70 2260 lbs avr 20.33 19.01 2810 lbs avr 2165 lbs avr 18.85 4355 lbs avr 21.24 1bs 3970 Loytl Bourne 2604 lbs avr$42.0G r Blue-Gras- f Stearns. America's first Motor A square deal to everybody makes the Knirjht Car. Culd-wol- For Sale; Two bpottod pouios, broken. J. A. Anion. NOTICE. On January 22ml, P.U7. lit thu 1 The Car For Luxury, Pride DANVILL I. M. ABKET 'entire intercut I "Puritan" sold my to Air. and Service. If interested, writu or phone wasgivenou that date. I wish to thank thu support my friends and customers guvu me and ask them to give my fauccessor thu same liberal patronage. J. S. Hasclden U-p- d W O, King and msbosiuii Unquestionably the best in Kentucky. Ed. C. Benckendorf WILMORE, KY. DUNN, President. The Central Record, Thursday, February I, 1917. Lexington Tobacco Ineorpo'ated. Warehouse Co. JAMES C. STONE, President. JOHN L. BUCKLEY, Vice President. T. H. SLATER, Secretary and Treasurer. The Following Crop Averages at Our Four Sales Houses for Week Ending January 27th, Show What Prices W e Are Getting For Our Customers. CENTRAL HOUSE. Phone 791. D. LEXINGTON John L. HOUSE. PLANTERS' HOUSE. Phone 1704 J. Leslie Knight, J. Worth & Grain. Harrison Co F. M. BROADWAY HOUSE. Phone 3332. Phone 719 Clyde Buckley, Wm. Fields, Mgrs. Lbs. Lbs. Avr. 21.53 21.30 21. OS 20.60 20.19 20.15 19.86 W. Scott, D. W. Ratcliffe, Mgrs. Mm. Buckley, Walter Jones, Geo. M. Ballard, Mgrs. Mis. G. Stone, Mgrs Avr. 2170 ?2f,.01 Avr. $2.1 41 . . A. ItlirnogHS, Clark Co It. I.. Wilson, HourUm Co Well .v. On en. Fayette Co . Stephenson & listen. Clark County l!. W. Langlay. Stamping liround Ky Jcne & Smiwdrn. Clark Co Sirii .in & DavK tlurrfcrd Co .. . WattH &. Ailttiittt, Payette Co Fseny fc Itruitt, Scott Co Kvnm it Hlock. Chirk Co C'l.nin Scott, llourbon Co W. C. Holland. Scott Co KvaiM it Ceidie, Chirk Co .rrelt, Wnttf .t Kmc l ayette Co Woodford Co Theo Harris & Robert & Moon'. .lesanrnim) Co Wilson it Keen, llourbon Co llrown .t Hales. Clark Co King it linker. Fayette Co K. II. Swift. CUrk Co . . WhltMttiV JnntM layette 3115 73SO 6SCS 23. i Warren & II.iyiM. C Madison Co W0 1150 Avr. ?20.J0 21.11 22. W) 22.21 Joe Grnddy & Howard, Woodford Co.. C015 $22 56 A. H. Lake, Merccr;Co 21. 7S 21.011 1W5 20 13 ir.ir 1010 9010 2760 20. t'0 22.70 21. NJ mo 11W0 21.76 2I.W 21.11 21.07 20. W 20. Ki 20. RI 2fi70 11070 SIC") (il?. Hrork & Hall. Clark Co Ferguson .t Miller, llourbon Co Mrs Tiuiner A Shein.ek. Fayltu Co Wright A- Kiirnhii;. .Scott Co . Denton A.;.lolinoii. Fayette Co ... Iturrua it Itiirn.---- . Fayette Co. Piatt it Rigge. Scott Co Hicks it My near, llourbon Co .. l'erry Hazelwood, Clnrl; Co Clint Hiirnbill, Srott Co Josh lmn. Mercer Co lluford. Hall it Ruttedge, Scott Co. . . . 7010 71)15 .1110 . 2l.G 21 .'1.1 270 30UO 1795 ... . . . 20.51 20 20 21 10M UUG5 07 5110 2SS0 JHSSB . 25 30 21.01 22 Oil 21.99 21 71S5 1C90 22 3175 321)5 20.49 20 2U 20.21 20.11 20 00 5226 3340 2IU5 J. H. Harp. Scott Co John llurgin, Mcrcsr Co J. W. Munday, Scott Co Joe Hurpit Wallace. Scott Co Saunders & Wilson, Scott Co ... l.indiay Lewis it Lancaster. Wootlfonl 27 70 C030 3225 2035 .1100 2o.97 20.73 23.99 2.".t"S L'1.07 2975 935 21.70 Craig. Harrison Co Mote Simpson, Jessamine Co S05 23 70 1703 23.11 Turner & Anderson. Garrard Co . Mrs Salmon & Ethington, Woodford Co 1010 22.97 2393 22.69 Ceo. Cantrill, Harrison Co Shropshire & Powell. Woodford Co . 3130 22.31 House it Simpson. Jessamine Co 1890 21 58 1910 21.-1J. W. Clifford. llourbon Co Vince it Hoaumont. Jessamine Co ...2105 21.23 3125 21.01 J. K. Harris it Adams. Wcodford Co C.mio & T. Carden. Scott Co 5990 20.01 Jos. W. Hamilton. Scott Co 1995 20.C0 C. L. Gosnev. Fayette Co 2825 20.35 2500 20.21 llurrier & Jackson, Fuyetto Co ... R. Noel it L. Noel. Garrard Co.... VXit 20.11 Sl.iii 20 09 Nichols & Mulligan, Harrison Co Woolridge & Llugantz. Woodford Co 3010 20.02 1!' 19 Crumbough & Leach. Scott Co . 1210 . . . . 4510 5410 Elliott & Turley, Woodford Co ... 3763 Theo Harris & Hcnsley. Woodford Co. 5075 Wilson & Nicholson. Franklin Co 3135 Mrs. I. M. Fishback & Scruggs. Woodford Co 2810 F. Johnson & Hilton, Woodford Co . 1915 Mrs Mary Cruddy & Long, Woodford Col733 Jos. Carter & Thompson, Woodford Co 2125 Honannon & Chase, Woodford Co ... 2305 A. H. Lake, Woodford Co ... 2170 T. 1'. Nutt. Woodford Co 3015 Omar Hootb, Montgomery Co 3595 Patrick & Montgomery. Clark Co . . . 1590 Cray ci aft it Taylor Clark Co 1970 Carter & Wise, Woodford Co ... J. K. Hnrris & Graves, Woodford Co .. G. W. Smith, Fayette Co Theo Harris & Glass, Woodford Co... 3215 2880 1515 20.13 21.12 22.21 19.95 20.19 20.85 19.57 20.70 21.93 21.80 21.49 p. COURIER-JOURNAL The Market Is Higher. Bring1 Us Your Tobacco. We Can Unload and Sell You Any Day You Come. Our Motto Prompt and Efficient Service and Courteous Treatment. L ,tix--$4. A YEAR. Special Price During Jan- uary and February on f j0 Qur Customers te j Miss Katherine Warriner of Huston-villis 'siting Mesdmnes Carlton El- - THE BEST km and Steve Walker. e. TEST IS I e thiink you cordially for our custom and solicit mice (luring the coininc- year. kkI and can sell us rensonoble Wc handle and give you a Miiiarc deal all the time. Your account is due in .mil make us happy by settling. of A Happy and Prosperous New jr.. gret learn John quite street. Year to You. secretary Frankfort act THE TEST OF TIME. Crutchfield will Mr Friends ill at his he is to Years ago this Lancaster resident told of good results from using Doan's home on Richmond Kidney Fills. Now Mrs. C. T. Drum-mel- t, Mr. W. 15. Mason leaves Monday for of Crab Orchard St; confirms the of the as to a continu- former statement- - savs there has been State Hoard of Equalization. no return of the trouble. Can LancasI w" ter people ask for more convincing as anyone' i coine Mr Alex Walker who is nuite Give us Your Subscription, J. R. MOUNT rhi j & CO. llourne is visiting in Square Ileal House. Miss Virgie Lexington. McRoS)srtis Drugstore f r; 5 C iMiniiiiimnMgtCTmiiliim'4,'a A HrUf People V? N mil In. Alex Poty has returned from a Hying trip to Louisville. Miss Lida Kamey at home for the week end. I ,,.. . was 9 It) i Days m G Mention of (fit Cominct Wt Arc Gcinji ky Thoic Mrs. Mary C le !ntrstcd 'nul Elliott of State University, has been at home for a few days. Mrs II Hudson h visiting hor mother, in FIciningshurg, j of ltii liinniul is vis- Since January 1st our terms will be strictly Thirty Days. Owing to the high prices of all kinds of Merchandise, it takes twice as much money to run our business as It has been, during the past. Therefore it is impossible for us to run any accounts over thirty days. All wholesale houses are now doing business on practically a cash basis and in fact the whole business world is coming to a cash system which every thinking person knows is the best system after alJ. We thank you for your past patronage and hope for a continuance of same in the future. BECKER PHONE 27. BRY ANTSV1LLE, Ky. iting Mrs llright Herring. Mrs. I'attle Cibbs Hayden of LexingM. Hubert Cobb of Nicholasville, ton, was the guest of Mrs. John Furra, lias tr . n Msitmg his aunt. Mrs. J. II. Monday. in Mr.s. Alfred Hrent of Lexington, Marsee. is Noah Marsee and Family. M'. (i. Todd spent Sattirdny nml guest ot tier fattier, lion. K. 11. Mr. and Mrs. 1. Jolmson rnce are SuikI.h with Mr. and Mrs, Tims. Ogg the Tomlinsoii on HL'hinond Street. delighted with their sojourn in Florida. of Hi . Mrs. J. M. Stapp has relumwl to her pey wnii ot the glorious weather, Mrs dssie Sibk spent last week in Wo wish to thank the lelatives, and 'i:htful people l.uueii with her brother, Mr. Oscar home in Lexington, after a visit to her H meeting. Mrs. I'r.ce has had friends who came to us with love, help ; they are father, Judge J. I'rathvr. Untie and family. a number of entertainments given in and sympathy in our great sorrow, but Mijs Marv Chestnut left Monday for for them, it seems, the tragic death of Mr. David Craig, one of Mt Vurnon's. her lienor among them a large rccop our beloved mother could not have been m a relatives in Uunville. Nicho'. hustling young business men. vas a tion by her sister, Mrs. Mabry. eiHiureu. HSM.ie am! Lexington. visitor In Lancaster part of last week. Mrs llallie Deatheruge and Mrs. M. F. Elkin. who has been Mr. John I'ruti'Mield was ciiIUmI to Mrs. Mattie Ilrynrt. Mr. and Mrs. vV. T. West ami Mr. and seriously ill at her home on north llr.iiilsi;li by the tragic death of her Mis Hobert Knibry attended the Iwrial Ilroudwny, is improving. Hr daughaunt. Mrs. S.illio Itet Welch. of Mrs. Molhe Smiley in Lexington ter, Mrk. MoriU. of New York, is with 1 Mr W II. llnyden of Lexington was last week. her. Mitt Mamie Wois'folk, who tins News Of The Churches, i aiul pid in t jwii Moi.ilay on liuines Mim Ceneva llanglimau tif Kichnvond Uvea ill f lo m an attack of grippe, is dlice a pleasant call. tlii. Sunday for a visit of several now woll again and able to be out. arrived Rev. D. M. Walker, who has many Lexington Herald. Mis Althaire Mattingly has relumed days to her cousins. Mrs. L. Manuel friends in Lancaster. having been paster to tier home in Lebanon afUr a delight- and Mr. (leorge Todd. Mr. and Mrs. Luther Cibbs, of Faint of chiiMtian church in Stanford 10 yeuts ful visit to Miss Annie Margaret Elkin. Charlie Leak, wlto was operated Lick, were guests here Saturday.. Miw has accepted a call to the pakiorute of Mr. M. an.. Mis. J II. Witt, Mr. Hubert on for apwndicitis Momlay mornm; at Mary ChwMiut of Lancaster, spent sev- Christian church at Sholbyville. The in town Saturday ...Mrs. Interior Journal in speaking Spt-a and family spent the duv with the Ixinie of Dr. Acton is teiairted get' eral hours of lam - ting along nicely ami her friwiJs feel Steve Carrier and daughter, MUm liutli, says; Mr. and Mrs. John Collier at UyatUvmtors "He is a hard student, a fluent P were among tne Mile hiiiinfiil of her recovery. ..... II I . M ' II t I... j oaiuniuy .ueruuiuva uumiea I'vnn speaker, a magnificent singer, and of Mr. Harve Mcltolwrts of Stanford,' Mr. Joe llaselden having sold the It. llurton, hluaboth llurgtus, h 1! remarkable energy und courage in who has just returned from Atlanta, Puritan" to Hilly King, left Monday p,jrij( jj' , Swnpe, J, (2. Williams! standing up and lighting boldly for what family spent the day bunduy afternoon for Clarksdalo Minn., for a and his Alfred Swope, C. C. llecker. Mi. iul he believes to be the right. His leavprotruded stuy. The best wishes of a Mr(J Wulter Davi. Mr. and Mrs. Vir with Mrs. J. U. Mount. ing Slunford will be tinceicly regretUruj. Cu.i ted by a host of loyal friends. Mrs. Fred Neighbor, of Louisville. Host ot lrlomis always gog wun eiev-- 1 Kj, ScoU Mr lu, Mr i ningham, Dr. Montgoinery, Miss Mur.' He goes to a much larger held houj and Mrs. Kwing Stullz, of Knoxville erJoo". Ti nn., were the guesta of their parents Miss Kutherino Park, wlu taught in garet Robinson were among those who ever, to a more prosperous church, and . lor a snort tune i riuay. sehuol last year, and is at Richmond were hero Saturday to attend the fun at a much larger salary, It Is under Mr Kris stood, and his friends predict for him a Mias Jennie Duncan, of Lancaster, this year, spent the day with Mrs. J. eral of Mrs. Same Welch week-enthe guest of still more brilliant future in the larger was over several days this week with It. Mount Sunday. Prof. Caneer, also Conn spent the her sister, Mrs Charlotte Warren. She1 of the Richmond school, spent the day his parents, Mr. and Mrs J. U. Cow, vineyard of the Master Pito which he will soon enter " in Lancaster, -- Danville Advocate. Journal. Iwith Dr. J. U. Klnnaird. returned Thursday.-Interi- or I testimony? Mrs. Brummett. sa.a: "My kidneys were out of order and I had pains throMrs. John Rallard was in Stanford ugh mv back. At times I was nervous. last week visiting her daughter. Miss Doan's Kidney Fills made me feel much Marie, who is one of the popular teachbetter aid stronger in every way." ers of Stanford. (Statement given February ti, 1912) LASTINC HENEMT. Misses Virgin liourne, Lida ilainey On November 17. l'JKi. Mrs. Hruni-tne- tt and Martha Tinder, and Messrs Cecil said: ',1 have had no return of kidH row n and llillie .Miller motored to ney trouble since Doairs Kidney Fills Stanford Sunday for a short visit, cured me. I knoiv they are a good remMesdames Sam llaselden. Hobert edy and I often recommend them to ',.,,,... MrM ri,.,...,,, Walter. Mrs Kav- - others." 50c. at all dealers. mond llaselden urn! Miss Jennie Lackey n Co.. Mfgrs., lluffalo. N. Y. were visitors ir. Danville, Tuesday. will rc.rret to It am that Mr. jolm jjomU sustained a very painful CARD OF THANKS. accident by a full in Atlanta. .Mrs. We are deeply grateful to friends and Mount writes he is improving slowly neighbors who were s o kind and and that they are well pleased with thoughtful, during the illness and their home. Mr. Harve McRobcrts of death of our daughter. Mrs. White Stanford is visiting them. ill ' Foster-Milbur, 'IE cardofIIanks. . n , ' d The Central Record, Thursday, February 1 , 1917. 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 In Wednes A STANDARD GINGHAMS. Worth 124 to 15 cents, as long as they last, 10c per yard. 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 do 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. We will offer this stock FEW OF THE MANY BARGAINS WE OFFER ARE LISTED BELOW: OUTING CLOTH. I n. 24 17 BLEACH 1 Oc values at 84c. I I 24c values at I I 5c values at 2c. Oc. Oc values at 1 5c values at 8ic COTTON. 2jc values at 1 I Oc. I 2ic I Tobacco Canvas, while it lasts at only 3ic. $1.50 Oil Cans, now $1.14. $1.25 Oil Cans now 99c. MENS HATS Now is the time to make Soap and get ready for Spring cleaning. Can or Ball Lye, 7ic. UNDERWEAR $ .75 values, now 1.50 values, now .25 values, now f00 values, now .75 values, now 1 Lenox Soap at 3c. per cake. A Toilet Soap at 2c per cake. 1.00 valves, $1 $2.50 values, 2.00 values, .50 values, 1.00 values, 1 MEN'S $1.00 values, .50 values, .25 values, now $1.69 ,39 now 1.11 now now .79 CAPS now .79 now .39 . now 9 1 1 Ladies. Mens and Childrens $1.25 values, 1.00 values, .60 values, 50 values, now now now now OVERALLS and JACKETS .34 .99 .84 .59 1.19 now .60 values, now .50 values, now GLOVES .79 .44 .39 .89 1 .89 .79 .44 .39 j SHIRTS $1.25 values, now .89 $1.25 values, 1.00 values, .75 values, .50 values, now now now now .79 .49 .39 10c value Rolled Oats Q Q jj J 1 5c value of Peas of Peas 10c. 11c. 5c. iC. 1 5c value Pork and Beans 15c value Roasted Coffee 12ic Pink Salmon 20c value Red Salmon 20c value 1 15c value of Tomatoes 10c C 20c value Ground Coffee Jet Oil Shoe Polish Shinola Shoe Polish 5c value of Peaches 15c value of Kraut 25c value Sockeye Salmon J 12!c value corn 1 Q 20c value of Peaches 25c value of Peaches 25c Pure fruit Preserves 1 13c. 14c. 8c. 8c. Oc. 5c value Macaroni Coffee 5c value of corn 11c 124c value Pork and Beans 25c value Roasted 9c 9c Peppereli Sheeting, 40c value at BROWN COTTON 9c values at 74c 1 Oc values at 8jc Bastin ros. Cash Store NO PREMIUM TICKETS GIVEN DURING THIS SALE. The Central Record, Thursday, February 1 . 1917. very CARTERS VILLE. 1 THE NATIONAL BANK OP LANCASTER. CopfUil MARDI ONLY A DAY AND 68 AS From Weak and Lame To Well and Strong Try iivm. Foley Kiilncy fills wilt lo ( it "tin r tnon uml women ijulek-- I' v til I liny Imvo ilonu for Mrs. I Kol nltn'iiit ilnwri Willi ni ' K, mv wrIK H Mm. II. T. HtrnynKi f Mile, On., It. No. 3. "I ut-- f. r. ! n in liillnmjnatlon or thn lilfiil- I ntuitieil ilortnrlmr r. ..rut v. n..rp. I I tried Foley KMniy ' tHklntf them awlitln m i inn i. rrKular anl 1 "i' ni'iiKnllon illHMi-nrrH.v i i k r In my Intel, tlmn I'vn n fur several vrarn, awl ulnci- - ut-- y will, I vi- Hiitypil well ami had f (In1 n'.irn now totrouble." u mi Potey KMnpy In You wiil Orl an lmirovemnt f' in I'll- vi v Orst ilimi'S, rlimvliiK i iichly cli' v ml on kidneys ami l i!il r. Tlii mii)i trrrirular urinary i ' tlnn. ram- i ... t r In Imck and 'm r mi Kilff Ji.int" anil iiohlnR limn- -. . 1 in v put II ' klilneyx nm! Iilml-- 1 n ruuml, litullliy luiiiIIUoii. Try i 11 Hlii-nuvii Mrs. .1. T. Allen who has been NIGHT TO NEW ORIEANS. LOUISVILL & NASHVILLE RAILROAD tietter at this writing. Miss Minnie Iletifro was the guest of Mrs. Kohert (irecn lait Sunday night. iMiiw Kvn Merryman visited Mrn. T. A. Hreen last Saturday night ami Sunnick in some $50,000. Surplus $30,000. S. C. DENNY. day. Mewl times Tickets on snle daily Feb 12 to 19, inclusive. New Orleans $22.40, Mobile $19.70 Pensacola $20.15 Round Trip from Lancaster J. (!. Davia and John ,M. Half-to- n A. It DENNY, President' J. E. STORM ES. Vice l'rea't. ' irtr . .11 - visiteil Mrs S. day. Davis, .WednesIt. T. J.MliltY, Ass't Cashier. Cashier. l. i Sleeping car fare $ 00 to 150 each wny Hoard nt best private homes $1 no per day, or lit lirt cliif-s hotels per day and up l or particulars see I. &. N. Atfent. I I . . - m v M, Call for lisl al Hotel. Koomins and Hoarding Houses. J Sold Everywhere. Mr and Mrs P. M. Davis and Mr and Mrs Sam Davis were the guests of Mr. iiihI Mrs. .lolm Davis Sunday. Mrs Doshia Matloek and children left iHst Thursday for Kansas where they expeet to make their future home. Rev. I'. I'. Itryant filled Ins regular liiK)iiittnent at White Lick liaptist church last Saturday and Sunday, and n large crowd attended. Mr Andy Retifio and children. Mr. and Mrs. Jelf Davis and Mrs Kohert Green were pleasant guests of Mr. Sute Kenfro last Sunday. J. L. Git.!., Rook-Keepe- r; Safety I). Deposit WE SOLICIT Boxes YOUR For Rent. RL'SINESS. Samual Cochran. Alex It. Denny, J. H. I'osey, J. E. Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott. Directors. D 3C DC 3C 3C (1 T n.r P r time in Honda Tvo Daily Trains: Through Pullman lcavinp, Li.uisvi.k- 7:.5 p. in., an iviti.; c.ir c PAINT LICK Mr. Tommy Kois is seriously ill with pneumonia. Muster James Kiddell is quite sick 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 filth from the human hodv. and if this natural assistance is denied or not furnished, then Rheumatism, Colds, tCatarrh, Malaria aid Consumption. with I.agrippe. .Ml s8 l.ticile Davis Is visiting her grandmother in Lancaster. Mr Robert Lcdforu has purchased five passenger Clii.Milet car. Mrs. Woods Walker was in Lexing ton shopping, the past week. Dr. H. J. I'fitrick arrived Monday from a mouths stay in Florida. Mrs. Win. KIdridge was the guest of friends in Lexington the past week. Mrs James Davis is spending a few week's with her rather, Mr. .Mcbuire in J:ickouil!c o:50 p. tu. Tliruwii I;.iinan Railway 11I.UK Dnthern IS A 7:20 connection t :i train leaving Loui.-villa. ltu, arriving Jacksonville S:50 a. m. The Southern Aikc- - Railway U the direct line to Ashcville, Summmille Wintrr'IVi"' Ktt ui rr ch- .V .0 ,:h-- rn C o' j.t!)i It Is Legally Guaranteed that is. every box is packed and backed by and with Legal Guaran fails to do what lee tnat pets your money back if you expect it to is pure, sweet, fresh Roots and Herbs- - Thno boxes for One Dollar. Each box makes a full quart of medicine, thus com'Hiunding a Insting 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, r I mc. . and I . "" oii.-. '' n.u.inn and (urilrom lo.:l lout, .in Ui:a)r agent cr write D. II.TiKJ,Di(tfirt PaasV Arn.?Url.. Plds.. Loniiville.Ky ' ' .'' hi..: e't'ir I irmt ..i ' . Unmewrk-tr- ' i. .1 ;h .erj i COOP PLACE TO STOP l (l! I. I'll I.L MONEY. LOUISVILLE HOTEL, LOUISVILLE, AMKItlCAN I'LAN. I With MohIs) KY., Main St., between 6th and 7th. Richmond. Miss Myrtle Hodkin of was the wt ek end guest of McWhorter. Mr. and Mrs. J. It. Cornn ter were guests of Mr. and Cornn, Sunday. Wallaceton Miss Ava is the remedy most excellent v of Lancas.1. Mrs. W. The Only Hotel in Louisville Operated on (lie Atiu'ricHii nnil KurupeHii l'liui.. Kootns wUImmiI Math but with Hot ami CoM KunninR Wnter. ?fi Kootns por ilnv; 2 people, $2.00 fach. eiiiKlo, Ml Itooiim aitiIi'. 2. CO wr tiny; 2 pooplu. 2.25 each. 60 IVont Itootna sniKlf. 3.U0 ptr tiny; 2 people, 2.B0 each. Koom.i AO with Private Hath: . lM'KOl'KAN 1'I.AN. (Without Meals) 3.00 each. Room without Hath hut with Hot ami Cold Kunnini; Water. 7f ljoonis single. $1.00 per day; 2 people, $0.75 each. single, 1.00 por day; 2 people, 1.00 each. 5()looin9 single, l.MJ per day ; 2 people, 1.25 each. Ml Front Rooms Kootns 60 Ilooiin single, single. 3.00 por tiny; 3.50 per day; 2 people, 2 people, 2.7& each. .... .Mrs. O. C. Kucker nr.d son spent Saturday and Sunday with her parents at Whites Station. Mrs. Saulley Hughes and son of Lan caster were guests cif Mrs. .1. L. Fran ces the past week. Miss Llizaheth llryant was called to Iter home at Ilryantsville on Thursday by the death of her grandmother. hy not go to Stormes Drug Store. Lancaster, Ky., and get a three months treatment of for $1.00. Legally Guaranteed -- also get 25cts worth of Science Sope, made for human skin only and commends itself with own pur ity and sweetness. You should also remember to get a 2.1c bottle ot Dakota Jack's Cowboy Liniment, for pains sprains, bruises burns. ' etc . as used by Ranchmen, Cowboys, Scouts and Indians. No homes should be without it. All people can buy these rom- iiedles at I KonniH with Private llath: single, sungle, l.Mi per day; 2.(ljper day; 2 people, 2 people, 1. 25 1. 50 .'a Rooms M) Rooms each. each. Mrs. George ISallard. Misjes Annie Helle Italian! and Mae Powell of Lan- erster, were guests of Mrs J. (!. Davis Sunday. Miss Marie Ledford and Mr Hays Leford visited their sister, Mrs. Koht Ward near Lancaster Saturday night and Sunday. Tho sympathy of the community goes out tu Mrs. C. S. Ellis in the death of her father on January 22nd at Ins home in Ilutler Co. .Mrs Jennie Searcy, who has been siding in Ilerea foi the past year, lias returned to her home lecently vacated re- THE OLD INN, Louisville, Ky., Corner Sixth and Main Sts., European Plan Only. Kootns Without Hath, f l.oo and up; Itooms With Private Math. $1.50 and up. iii:st kattni; PLACK IN TOWN. Tho Lwiiaville Hotel iiikI the Old Inn are loraled in the wholesale ilistnet and only a three-blocretail district and theatres. k 'd walk to the STORMES DRUG STORE, Lancaster, Ky. Remedy Co. Dakoto Jack-White-Moon Louisville Hotel and Old Inn Company, Proprietors. 3729 31 West Ilroadwav. LOUISVILLE, KY. 1C 1 c DC 3C '& 1 ;yy0);y0x:A(Sxi2! K. C. MILLION. xi.A.::;:rAMx?i ;:(:(x:( :'('f(:(x T by Mr. D. W. White. ?s. . a 8 " I'res. J. Cl'KTIS. Viee I'rei. K. OKATHKKAGK. Sec-Trea- i Madison Tobacco Warehouse c o m - a is y . i- . ::' ; Mrs M. K. Koss delightfully enter tuined the Nickel Club on Wednesday, Delicious refieshmelits wereserved and the afternoon was very much enjoyed by all piesent. Messrs Newton Todd of Mobile Ala., John Todd of Af tun Okla , and William Todd of l'rairie Miss, were called here the past week by the illness and death of their father, Mr. Willium Todd. Mr. and .Mrs. W. D. Logsdon motored down from Hrassfield Thursday and spent the day with Mr. and Mrs. Tom Logsdon, Mrs I.egsdon accompanied them homo and remained till Saturday. i $4.00 (!) ' $2 00 I SIX MONTHS ONE YEAR. ; Near K 1. .V A Ilepol T. J. Curtis, .1. CAPITAL Dr. $40,000.00 I. Million, Telephone H7I. Marion Coy. C. Million. DIKKITOKS Kd ('. II. Vatlglit, V.. I M. Iladen. atht nige. I I I tjji f I 1 COURIER-JOURNA- L Daily By Mail (NOT SUNDAY) and To Tobacco Growers and those who sell it Some Late Sales at the Madison House. Grower GrovtT Wjiriier Graver V.'artior Onstotl & Simpson P. Kigsby Pounds 1075 1010 mm Dollars Average t 1.2!) :IIM8 5107.10 .171.78 2800 lS3f .1130 1105 HOD 1220 1015 100B G195 3.H 83.-1- '0, Smith & nvis Satuk'rs & Samlors Willie Warner H. T. l.iinifor(l 809.01 298 GO 305.27 30,1.17 30.73 28.72 Mrs. Will Drowning. nf,ed 3fi. died at (0 her home near here after a two months illness of pneumoniu and typhoid fever. She was a member of the Christian til church, funeral services were conducted by Kev. L, N. Howling at ten o'clock at the house and interment took place in the l'aint Lick cemetery. The sympathy of the entile community goes out to the hushaml mid eight children who are left to mourn the oa of wife mid mother. I I 1 xr at r jMIXIVI Yr ta ix clIlU i T7 JL7 tvttt JtVJlX-- J a i 2502 25.,'i.') I I I I A GREAT MONTHLY MAGAZINE 1 I I DURING JANUARY AND 21.88 2.I.3R Siniili& UtitUof Tracy Warner Coy cL Campbell II. C, 47088 &I3.7a l&im 6S.i01 Q 10.07 125.31) 21.25 2I.11) 23.8(5 M. I). Pointer Loniinud Son 8835 1RD0 2373 23.03 23.15 Charley Ut8 Frank loley Ni 3U05 83111 arlj husUets 1' lour avei ages l uniiing well up low ard $20.00. Verj few (.no.ooe pounds void last we. k. We want to auve ou. Illggest in Hour hpuce. pines Hod poiinils bold. UU 'l lu'R I MADISON TOBACCO WARS- I HOUSE C8MPANY. n mu w v Win. L. Todd, in his Slst ear. one of our oldest and best beloved citizens, loused away Thumlay afternoon Jan) uary 26th. Alter funeral services ut Mt. Tabor conducted by the pastor, assisted by Kev. Hudson, of Heron. The, body was interred at OUI l'aint Lick cemetery Friday afternoon. "There is one good and lwnet man" comes from 1!) the lips of nil who knew him. The Ureal throng that Ktheivd at his funeral was a titling tribute to the mem-- ' ory of such a num. Somewhat lute in life he professed faith in Christ and united with tho Mt Tadtor llaptitt church of which he was a trustee at He leaves a tho timo uf his death. widow, six sons and four daughters, two sisters and a host of fi lends to I mourn Ins departure. (!) .... i 1 I 1 Itl FEBRUARY ONLY. SpecialRate Period Limited JtoThese Two Months. I I I ( 1 Splendid Combination at a 1 Little Over Half the 1 Regular Price. I rdcr at this rate will be accepted only when sent throiiiih retinlar Courier-JournAent in this i al Snbiiription I 1 II ROOKKEEPING district. Incorporuted, US 't0 Third Street, L. & A. Depot, Richmond, Ky UHTr r. smith business college I... .Win.r,i"""" Its l'rr.l,lt li. 'U' (ciniic in flur.ilmr l.4Ukiu lo mr TvppviwiTiMr; irvi TFT KfiR A PHY ini-- Business. Phonography tai dnuMILItt'll iii. il n.l w.iim. tu.iu.u f U. I'.r. now f ri aiTII,Lala(luu, Uf. I ii R. E. McRoberts, Lancaster, L Ky. COURIER-JOURNA- CO., Louisville, Ky. The Central Record, Thursday, February STANFORD 1 , 1917. FARMER'S COLUMN prf Stewart Richmond. Carson rpent Sunday in about ('apt. Joseph Colley i the sums Hi tirlo thu tirm'.ing la li'l Ihf lt ii. nl out inriiirr .uh.cf lift. l ! lur J O. I.jnn und Leo Perkins went to n Hot Springs Friday. ir. i.le ol mock, iimi mi.l midi Uun Miss Knitnn Unty of Uichmond li the fffw n Iho furnn-- r cannot iiffoM to RiKer Veil New land. No Tipttc will te .eecpl4 otr lour guest of MI-It 111 'no Uutra of Hi i'iih, lil irllt Mi I'lv'aree Cook U VKitlng lelativ-u- s ri onh, Ht Richmond. mid frit-liMr-f- . U. M. Illac-erbIi able to be WanTUD SOU I'alt'i K"1 clover liny. nut after davs Illness. (J. A. Swincbroail. Mrs Martin of PerryWUe is the guest 100 lt fhonts. For Sale-T- en of her sou. W, O. Martin and wife. 2-It. II. War.l. Mrs. tieoige K. Dellonle is able to be hc)nt!, weight n'jout 7.1 up again after n siege of l.ngrippe. Kor ShIc:-1pounds. HtiRht Herring, Mrs I). M. Uobinoon of London is tile guest rf Mr and Mrs Sain Uobinsnn. Kor Sale 14 Miss Jessie Powell of Hustonvitlc, is S. .Murgun. work mules. the guest of her sister, Mrs. W. II. 4 ycar-ol- .i For Sale i:t Murphy, work mules. J. C. Mornnn. Dr. A. S Pi ice went to Louisville Kor Sal; One pair "! horses, cilli Sunday to tnko treatment for stomach er 9inKle or double, will sell cheap if trouble. wild at once. It II. IlronnuRh, Mesdames ndgar Turley and Wm. Crab Orchard Ky Arnold of Richmond are tin guests of Ite( Berkshire Mrs. Unlit T. Ilruce. KOU SAl.E:-K- y. Miss Levis.i Harris of Hubble has Hour. White !!ick Komter?, White Holland Uohlers uiid lour lu mp brakes been the guest of Mi Sue Taylor Engleman for several davs. J. 0. ISurnside, Phone H7S-.Mrs W. H. O'Uannon was in Lexing' ton lust week to attend the burial i.l FOR SALE AND RENT her cousin, Mrs. Mollie Smiley. Mrs. I'd Wilkinson is tile guest of Proper' Listed la This Column. her mother, Mrs llettie Moore, and Mrs 5. Is a suburban tract of K!S Andrew Dilliou at Crab Orchard. No. acres situated on main pike with luild-in- s Mias Dorothy Tribble liaj returned tile for dwelling rtcht nt the city home from Richmond, where she hns limits citv water and lights installed, been the guest of Mrs. I). II. Dreck. This farm nios of this farm in Rrass. Miss. Allie Russell Kith spent last will produce the variety of crops usual week in l.ouivilli' with her father, W. to the best lands in this county. This S Full. She also visited at Lngrange. tract has one larKesplcndidly constructW. II. Weareii and family tno' ed stock burn, one 8 acre newly constructed tobacco harm. Karm well ed to the country and Mr and Mrs J, fenced and watered. This tract has W. Acey will occupy the house on Low-eMain vacated by them. ItENT Ccttai; on it, nlw avs tented, Mr and Mrs Hoy Lockmnn of Vincer that produce it rental equal to the average income on a $5000 investment. nes Ind., who have been the guests of Price $20,700. 55,700 cash and balance her parents. Mr and Mrs Kdgar Rey in equal pajments due in 2, .1 and 4 nolds at McKinnev have returned home. .ears. Buy this for a home and live Mr. nnd Mrs. J. C. Eubanks left Sat convenient and accejuble to the advan urday for Hot Springs Ark, where he tages of one of toe best small cities will tnke the baths for poison oak from anywhere. whKh he lias been suffering for some N'o. fi. Is a tract of 70 acres; has nil time. the improvements of trict No. 5 and is The Dixie Hook Club was entertained priced at $12,250 and is worth the mon by Mrs Alfred Pence on last Thursday ey. Terms $4250 cash and balance in afternoon. A very uleasant afternoon equal payments maturing in 2, 3 and was spent with Mrs. Pence, who is at rf jut Yes, Gentlemen-Al- l, n. Clean CLEAN CLEAR Through! You have to go some to keep up "You come from the finest South- Them All. Yes, sir! I bet I get more attention than any youngster on earth ! The folks in the factory are always emana a reputation as a Southern gentlSOVEREIGN-Ki- ng of ern stock of Virginia and the Carolinas," they say. "You are made of the best tobacco in the world. You are clothed in a fine, clean, white suit of genuine im- at me to keep clean and sweet and pure. ported paper. Keep clean; keep clean; keep clean clear through. 4 years. Is one of the mot attractive, substantial, and convenient suburban homes in the city a two story dwelling of ten rooms, including halls and pan tries, all requirements in out buildings. ngms ar.n water; nas several acres We will suitable for building lots. trade this handsome city dwelling and scrags in nn a good farm. If vou wish to retire from the farm you should know (bout this one. m No. 9. Is a bargain, 170 acres 3 miles from Lancaster, right on turnpike, has two dwellings and two good bams. This farm will produce hemp and to- Dacco, aoout one nan In grass, price No. 8. all times a very charming hostess. The report in the Registration Din tricts Nc. 6S0, which indludes the four voting precincts in this citv shows that there were 84 deaths and 1C4 births, In 1915 there were 82 deaths and 109 You Folks of the South KNOW good blood! You Folks of the South KNOW good tobacco! births. Mrs Wm Severance gave a picture show party on Thursday evening com plime:itary to her sister. Miss llessie Pickett, of Shelbyville. After the show a delightful lunch was served at So a clean, sweet, wholesome cigarette makes heaps of friends down South." And you, friend, I would like to know you too! So here's another big thing to think about 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. I am guaranteed by the "Princess". Dr. W. A. (Jan field, president of Centre College will address the C. E. societies of the Christian and Presbyterian churches on Friday evening ut Presbyterian church. Dr. (Janfiejci is an eloquent speaker. The Logan Whitley D. A. Ii. held a meeting with Miss Ester Ilurch Satur day afternoon. On account of the inclement weather a small crowd was present, but a verv interesting meeting was held. No more meetings will be held until April. Mrs. Ewing Stultz of Knoxville, was here u short time lat week with her sister, Mrs. W. K. Warner, en loute home from Columbia, where she had been with her husbond to attend the His mother, Mrs. burial of his sister. S. Stultz, is the'r guest now. Mrs. L. S. Wnrfield died at her home near Mt. Moriuh Sunday night, ngtd 50. Mrs Wartield was a good Christian woman and will lie greatly missed in the community in which she lived. She leaves a huxband ten children to mourn the lots of h kind and luviug wife itnd mother. Mrs. Walter W. Sauiriers, who was taken to Louisville last week, at the Norton Infirmary, was not able tu take the treatment und was placed in the Huzelwood Sanatorium, where she re mnined until Monday mht. Dr. L. .1. and her sinter, Mrs. J. (.' Lynn went to Louisville und accompanied in r hoii.e. storv 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 $2500. No. 11. City Property Dwelling. 7 rooms and cellar, situated on beautiful Richmond street, large lot and has all conveniences including garajje and barn. No. 12. Five room dwelling, modern, good barn, large lot fronting on Lexington St., cheap at $2500. No. 13. Uuilding Lots Under this No. we olfer you attractive single and double building lots, splendid location, oier.'tOO feet dee), $150 to $900, capable of water und light connections. The Thomas Real I). A. 1 homas. Hccord ISidg. $100 per acre. 10. Is a two Sovereign Cigarettes "JUrup FOR the: gentleman of the south T.-I- fjfc&m' CLC& Estate Ageny. Mgr. Oltice Lancaster. Ky 125 No. 4f) 1 ACRE 125 ncre BLUE- - GRASS FARM. 1 GROWERS TOBACCO WA J. MORGAN GENTRY, Owner and Proprietor. fitrm ull in gras. acres need plowing for corn, totuceo or hemp; liat I room drilling, unndy stock burn. well watered and under new fence. This farm is situated in walking distance of graded school and churches. DOWN Let us show jou thia one at $80. Call d on or acid-en- mi WHERE THE SOUTH BEGINS. 5 mo i avs f s n frfa 3 ... j "VJ- im ft. - 9 9 THE THOMAS REAL ESTATE AGENCY. Lancaster, Ky. HELD SEEDS. e have a full lino of form scuds such as Clovers, Timothy, Orchards, and Blue (Jrass, Red Top.ete Write fur samples and "Down where the hands clasp's a littin stronger; Down where the mnllo dwells a little longer That's where the South begins." "Down where the skies are a trifle bluer; Down where the friendship's a little truer; Down wheie everything is newer. That's where the South llegins. "Where there's more of singing and less of sighing: Where there's more of giving and less of buying; And n man makes friends without half trying That's where the South llegins; Highest Average of the Season For This Amount. Another Lanit &I'ck Record Was Made When One Basket from Land 3k Poe, of Fayette County Brought $51.00 I.Lh Avr 2116 W3.IS I high-grad- Huirmun & Stigall W'O I'MO 211S 2U15 delivered prices. HulTinan & Lowry Squire & Dickson llieatt & Ailums 21.70 21. GO 2U.4S lliltjiur & lloltnan... Wilniutt & Curtt-- r . . O. II. Went .. .. V. M. Iluteinan ... Swope & MyH . . Lb Avr ....1135 f 22.85 Li-v- i & Ktnno . .. .. 20! 1700 2785 22.07 22. M 20.01 Gentry ii lUikor ... ....C570 . 20. CO Karl Shropshire) .... (I'oixlwiii Jt Simpon. K. O. (icMxlwin l.ba Avr :i!50 $20.20 ...2720 20.00 . 1S20 20.00 .. ...1S45 ...17&5 21.U5 22.12 W. Bush Nelson, LEXINGTON, KY. GEORGE PARKER. J. MORGAN GENTRY. B. P. ANDERSON