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The Central Record, Thursday Mch 12, 1914.
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Ask your druggist, or write Mrs. CHARLIE WHITE-MOON 3731 West Broadway Louisville, Kentucky l, u. at 18th & H. Sts. LM RATES I HM,-fthiti litl 2J50,3.0O up. -ZiZV. !n:;..iu it-x.---- - -. FAULTY DIGESTION Quickly Shatters The Nervous System- Immediate Action Necessary Use Mi-o-na. When you feel irritable, tired and de spondent; when you have nervous j twitchings, specks before the eyes, headaches, sour stomach, heartburn, bad taste in the mouth, and pains in the colon and bowels you are suffering from dyspepsia which invariably wrecks the nervous system you need Mi-o-na at once. Mi o-na goes to the seat of your trouble and quickly ends stomach mis ery. It surely and safely builds up and strengthens the stomach walls and glands, quickly improves the digestive system the vital force and nerve energy are restored, then perfect health. you enjoy Do not suffe'r another day. Get a fifty cent box of Mi-o-na Tablets from R. E. McRoberts. This treatment will get well and immediate relief is sure. NINA. Misses Bertha and Stella East visited Miss Mary Prewitt. Mrs. Maggie Casey visited Mrs. Will Tom Baker last Monday. Miss Mary Baker entertained quite a number of friends recently. Miss Katie Baker is visiting Miss Fannie Ross near Kirksville. Mr. Grover Huffman was the guest of Miss Dicy Adkison last Sunday. Rev. P. E. Foley filled the appoint ment of Rev. A. C. Baird who was sick. Mr. and Mrs. Davie Prewitt are re joicing over the arrival of a dainty lit tle Miss. Mr. and Mrs, Clyde Morgan have been the guest of Mr. and Mrs F. M. Prewitt. Miss Flora Adkison is visiting her sister Mrs. Dave Prewitt of Madison this week. We are sorry Rev. Baird did not fill his appointment at Freedom Saturday , and Sunday. Mr. Virgil Sebastian, of McCreary, returned home March 1st, after a three years stay in the army. Messrs. Talton Wheeler and Billy bimpson made a pleasant call near Hackley on Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Je3se Long and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Broadus visited Mr. and Mrs. Dave Prewitt of Poosey. Miss Minnie Prather entertained a crowd of young folks at her home on Long Branch last Tuesday night. Little Mr. Johnnie Layton, of this vicinity has returned home after a short stay with his sister Mrs. Jesse Sebas tian. Messrs Wilbur and Taylor Lane, of near Hyattsville entertained a number of friends on the night of Feb. 28. Games were played and an enjoyable evening was spent. Misses Dicy and Flora Adkinson, Mary and Annie Layton, Messrs Talley Wheeler, Charlie Land and Grover Huffman were the pleasant guests of Misses Nannie Lee and Lida B Logan, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Mote Casey gave a number of young folk a party Friday night Mr. Teddy Compton and Thomas Hume entertain the crowd with their fiddle and banjo and after the crowd broke up Teddy took up a nice collec tion to pay for the window lights. Hudson & Hughes, have the most complete stock of Highest Grade Seed Oats, Clover and Timothy seed, that can be found in the state. They do not carry but one grade and that is the best money can buy. Mr. Steve Prewitt died at his home on Paint Lick on the 6th. of the month. Mr. Prewitt was 69 years old, and has been ill for several months. He is survived by 4 children, Messrs. Elsie, Roy and Jim Prewitt of this county and Jesse Prewitt of Illinois. After short funeral services at the grave he was laid to rest in the Gilead cemetry. The death angel entered the home of Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Prewitt taking their little 3 year old daughter Edith Francis. She had only been sick a few days with pneumonia and brain fever. She leaves her father, mother, four brothers and four sisters to mourn her death. She was laid to rest in the Freedom burying ground last Thursday. Dear Mother and Father which grieves to-day, For their little Darling who has gone away, Dearest Darling how we miss you. Since from earth you passed away. And we hope to meet you Darling, As we think of you to-day. For The Stomach And Liver. I. N. Stuart, West Webster, N. Y., writes: "I have used Chamberliin's Tablets for disorders of the' stomach and liver off and on for the past five years, and it affords me pleasure to state that I have found them to be just as represented. They are mild in their action and the results have been satisfactory. I value them highly." For sale by all dealers. lm. I It has the only real continuous door opening. Hoops made of tested steel. Hoops can be adjusted from lad der front door frame. Doors made of California Red wood. "The Wood Eternal." The location of our factory gives us lowest freight from mills to factory, hd from fac tory, to you. ? a tttfr Silt aud Sv mtmtj by writing- us to-cUy for catalog and pnees. LOUISVILLE SILO AND TANK CO. (Incorporated) r.O.itloiF. UVHTIUC tv Recommends Chamberlain,s Cough Remedy. "I take pleasure in recommending Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to my customers because I have confidence in it. I find that they are pleased with it and call for it when again in need of such a medicine," writes J. W. Sexson Montevallo, Mo. For sale by All Dealers. lm. III1KNA VISTA Will Scott was in Lancaster Tuesday on business. Joe Hamilton made a business trip to Harrodsburg Tuesday. Miss Anna Horn visited her mother near Harrodsburg last week. A. D. Scott and E. W. Ruble attend ed court in Stanford Monday. Mrs. C. M. Ruble and daughter of Wilmore are visiting relatives here. R. M. Poor of Jessamine was here a few days last week in interest of his farm. Prof. I. D. Hacker and R. D. Mc- Murtry were in Lancaster Saturday on business. Mrs. McConn of Lexington is the guest of her daughter Mrs, II. S. Christopher. Rev. J. Rothwell Smith filled his regularappointment at the Presbyterian church Sunday Mesrss Raymond Ruble and Wilbur Scott spent the week's end with rela tives in Danville. Mr. Logan Duncan and wife of Bur gin were guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Duncan Tuesday. Mr. and' Mrs, E. W. Prowel of Bur gin were guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Christopher Saturday. Hudson & Hughes have the most complete stock of Highest Grade seed Oats, Clover and Timothy seed, that can be found in the state. They do not carry but one grade and that is the best money can buy. Messrs Howard and Wm. Askins and wife have returned to their home in Missouri after a stay of several weeks with their parents Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Askins. Best Treatment For Constipation. "My daughter used Chamberlain's Tablets for constipation with good re sults and I can recommend them highly" writes Paul B. Babin, Brushly, La. For sale by all dealers. Im. REPORT OF THE CONDITION NATIONAL BANK, (No. 1493.1 OF LANCASTKR. KY. AT The Close of Bnsiness Mch. 4 1914 RESOURCES. Loans aud discounts $170,147 31 Overdrafts, secured, aud unsecured.. 7W 11 u.s. iionqs to secure circulation. .. Bonds securities, etc Bankiug-tionse. furniture aud fixtures Due from approved reserve agents. . Checks and other casn items .. Votes of other National Banks . Fractional papercurrency.nlckels.cts LAwrcL Money Ke3eke In Bank, viz: Specie $ 2.102 00 Legal tender notes . l-'.lDo 00 50.000 UO 13 0001.0 7.000 CO 7.1&7 OS 5 73 440 00 bS 24 14,297 00 Redemption Fund with U.S. Treas urer (Mof circulation. 2,500 00 Total t41,409tt0 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid lu tSO.000 00 Surplus (mid .. . jo.000 00 Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid . ,i03 n National Bank Notes Outstanding. 4S.SKK) uo Due to Other National Bancs 4SG OH Due to Trnt Companies aud SaWugs Banks . 128 0 tndiwdual deposits subject to check. 214.332 00 Certified checks .. . . .. 3a2 7 Reserved for Taxes.... . 927 OJ Total . 341.409 CO Stateof Kentcck y.Coumy of Garrard, ss : I. S. C De.nnv. Cashier of the aboe named bank, do solemnly su ear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. s. C. Denny. ,. . . . Cashier. Subscribed aud sworn to before me this 7th day of March. 1914. W. O. RIgney. .. . , Notary Public. My Commission expires FebJ, 191S. Correct Attest: Ale R. Desn.) V. f Elliott. J Directors. J. E.Stormes. 1 REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE Citizens National Bank No.2sse. OF LANCASTER. KY.. AT THE Close of Business Mch 4th, 1914. RESOURCES. Loans aud discounts 20U.2S1 25 Overdrafts, secured and unsecured.. 2.7K2 07 U. S Bonds to secure circulation. . . 50.000 00 Banking house.furnitureandfixtures 7.000 00 Due from National Banks (not Re- sere Agents). ... .... 459 58 Due from State and Prltate Banks and Rankers. Trust Companies andSatingsBanks 950 14 Due from apuroved reserve agents... 28067 U "hecks and other cash items 5.240 B6 Wotes of other National Banks 2.390 00 Fractional paper currency, nickelb andcents 123 11 Lawful Money Reserve In Bank, yiz: Specie 112 80-2 00 Legal tender notes 3.U00 00 15 8C2 00 Redemptiou fund with U. 8. Treas urer (5 per cent of circulation)... 2.500 00 Total .321.0fl 44 LIABILITIES. Capital stock paid In 150,000 00 Surplusfnud 4U.000O0 Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid 8.780 86 National Bank notes outstanding 49.200 00 Due to other National Bants 7 04 Individual deposits subject to check. 173 66S 08 Certified Checks...... las 00 Bills payable. Including obligations for money borrowed ...... 690 00 Reserved for Taxes 1.14141 Total JWl t 41 State or Kentucky, Codnty or Gakkabd, is : I. W. F. Champ. Cashier of Che above named bank, do solemnly swear that the above state ment is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. W. F. Champ. Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 7th, day of March 1911. 8. C. Denny. Notary Public. My Commission Expires January 22, 1916. Corrict Attest: B. F. Hudson. 1 v J.J.Walxxs. J Directors. C. A. Arnold. ) A POSITIVE CASH SALE Having only a short time at this place, I will offer my entire stock of General Merchandise at COST, in order to reduce my stock. This is an opportunity for you to reduce the high cost of living. Below will be found some of my low prices. This stock will reduce fast at the prices I quote, so don't be late and reap your part 01 this harvest. All Gloves 20 per cent less than regular price, dressing Comb's cut half price, all Hosiery reduced 20 per cent, Ladies $1.00 and 1.25 Under Skirts now 75cts. All kinds of Underwear marked down 20 per cent, Dress Ginghams 7 1-2 cents per yard, all Percals 9 1-2 cts per yard, Hallmarks Dress Shirts 79 cents, Men's and Boys Hats reduced about 30 per cent, best made table Oil Cloth reduc ed to 15ctsper yard, Outing Flannel reduced to 7 l-2cts. Forty Men's and Boys Suits with the price cut 30 per cent. Don't miss seeing them if you are expecting to buy a new suit soon. I have a few bed blankets left that I will offer while they last for 80 cents a pair. Ladies Sweater Coats down 20 per cent. Japalac Varnish to make your furniture new at 15cts a can $3.00 clocks for $1.95 5 cent pencils now 3 for lOcts, Lanterns 35cts while they last, about four dozen pair of Men's Odd Pants to go at cost. Everything in the house is priced down so it can't last long so don't fail to be on time to get some of these bargains. Noah Spainhower, Point Leavell NOTICE Bids Wanted Bids will be received by Fiscal Court of Garrard county, for repairing the following TURNPIKE ROADS IN GARRARD COUNTY, KENTUCKY for the year ending December 31st. 1914. Quarries will be furnished by the county on sections where county owns quarries; where none is owned by coun ty, contractor must furnish same. Said metal shall be broken sufficiently fine to pass through a two inch ring at its greatest diameter. Said metal shall be spread by contractor between November 1st and Decem ber 31st, 1914 unless otherwise ordered by Supervisor having charge of work, and the break ing, measuring and spreading of said metal shall be under supervision of supervisor or deputy supervisor of dis trict for which the work is done. Said turnpike roads are laid off as follows, to-wit: District No. 1, Sec. 1 Stanford pike from Lancaster to county line with rock. Sec. No. 2, Lexington pike from Lancaster to Fork church with rock. Sec. No. 3, Sugar creek pike, entire pike with rock. Sec. No. 4, Huckeye pike from Lancaster to McCreary with rock. Sec. No. 5, Crab Orchard pike from Lancaster to Mrs. Daniel's spring with lock. Sec. No. 6, Old Danville pike from double toll gate to Dix River with rock. Sec. No. 7, New Danville pike from double toll gate to Dix River with rock. District No. 2, Sec. No. 1; Lexington pike from Fork church to Dix River and C. M. Jenkins residence with rock. Sec. No. 2, Lexington pike from C. M. Jenkins to Kentucky river bridge with rock, Sec. No. 3, Bryantsville and Sugar Creek pike, entire pike with rock. Sec. No. 4, Bryantsville and Cane Run pike entire pike with rock. Sec. No. 5, Buena Vista and Kentucky River pike, entire pike with rock. Sec. No. 6, from C. Poindexter's shop to I. M. Dunn's gate with rock. District No. 3, No. 1, Buckeye pike from McCreary to Buckeye post office, with rock. Sec. No. 2, Buckeye pike from Buckeye post office to Stoct's store with rock. Sec. No. 3, from Stott's store to Kentucky river with rock. Sec. No. 4, Poor Ridge pike from Buckeve pike to Pleasant Hill school house, with rock. Sec. No. 5, Poor ridge pike from Pleasant Hill school house to Scotts Fork church, with rock. Sec. No 5, Poor ridge pike from Scotts Fork church to Kentucky river, with rock. Sec. No. 7, Kirks ville pike from Hyattsville to top of West Hill, East of H. West residence, i with rock. Sec. No. 8, from top of West hill to Madison line with gravel. District No. 4, Sec No. 1, Richmond pike from Lancaster to Goodloe's gate with rock. Sec. No. 2, from Goodloe's gate to Ed Walker's gate with rock. Sec. No. 3, from Ed. Walker's gate to Madison county line, with gravel. Sec No. 5, Crab Orchard pike from Mrs Daniel's spring to county line with rock. Sec. No. 6, Fall Lick pike from Crab Orchard pike to Elmore's gate with rock. Sec. No. 7. from Elmore's gate to end of pike with gravel. Sec. No. 8, Lowell and Gillispie pike entire pike with rock. Sec. No. 9, Paint Lick White Lick pike, entire road with gravel. The bids will be on Sections, but bidder will not be restricted to one sec tion. Said bids shall be sealed and a bond will be required for double the amount of the bid, and said bond shall be approved by the Fiscal Court and said Didder will present with his bid the name of his proposed surety or sureties. The bidding shall be per rod of 225 cubic feet. The amount of met al to be used on each section will be determined by the court after bids are received. All bids must be filed with County Judge on or before Saturday April 4th 1914. The Fiscal Court re serves the right to reject any and all bids. CLEVELAND BOURNE, Supervisor of Roads foe Garrard Co. OUR BEST OFFER POSTIVELY THE BIGGEST. VALUE OF STANDARD PUBLICATION. EVER OFFERED. LESS THAN The Central Record-one year $1.00 The Weekly Enquirer-one year 1.00 Farm and Fireside, semi-monthly, one year .50 Houshhold Journal and Floral Life, monthly .25 Poultry Husbanbry, monthly .50 To-Day's Magazine, monthly .50 Regular value $3.75 Our Special Bargain Price for All, One Year ONLY $1.70 We consider this the biggest and best bargain we have ever been able to offer our readers. Our own publication heads the list. The other FIVE have millions of readers and are too well known to need a further introduction. This grand offer is open to all old and new subscribers. 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