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LB ha) bul isf an an of as i Stap' 135 pot 225 por 285 poi) 2S5 pot 285 pot! 275 poif Page 2 The Central Record, Thursday Feb 10 19 Id. E. C. MILLION. President. T. J. CURTIS, Vice-President. DR. C. II. VAUGHT. Sccrctnry. ' E. DEATHERAGE, Trcnsurcr. Biggest in Price Biggest in Amount of Sales Biggest in Floor Space. MADISON TO BACCO WAREHOUSE INCORPORATED. DIRECTORS:-E. C. Million. Near L. 5 A. Depot. CAPITAL, $40,000.00. T. J. Curtis. Dr. C. II. VAUGHT. T. J. SMITH. Telephone 221. MARION COY. J. M. II ADEN. E. DEATHERAGE. To the Tobacco Growers and the Man Selling It: We Have SoBfl 1,660,441 Pounds of Tobacco at an Average of $11.24 We sold last Friday, 36,165 pounds at an average of $15.38. We sold crop lot of J.J. Sebastln.of McCreary Garrard County, Ky., 1880 lbs at the high average of $34.10 per hunered. The third crop of Tussey Bros., Round Hill, Ky., 2430 pounds at $33.08 per hundred. These prices are enough to silence wild cat tiilk niul base Insinuation, lmt some people sec m to live nnl move and have their being liv misrepresentation of oir business methods. We thinU the men connected with the Mndison To hacco Warehouse Co., will compare favorably with those Interested in the same business. We do not propose to dignify such statements m go the rounds by denial; our business record an ' standing nre sullicirnt guarantee to the man selling. We solicit henett eompctltlon and nre able, to hold our own with all comers. Our business has been gotten on merit alone. When we have to im pugn the motives anil business methods of others to get business we will quit. We don't want that kind of business. Something has been said about a better lighted house than the Madison. Maybe this is so, too, but we do know that the Madison can sell tobacco at night and git more money than some folks could get in the day time. Haskets on Fridays sale: - U I, $19. J50, (M, $33. $.', $-18, $fll, $51. One basket of 1EJ5 lbs nt $51. per hundred, brought $137.70. The following are some ot our best sales for the last week: J. J. Sehastin, ISSfl lln $31. Tussey llro. 2130 lbs $33.08. J. W. Smith, I07C lbs. $32. lllckmnn llros , f.715 lbs fcH. II. 1. I.unsford. (Isrrard rountv IMS lb. JiM.TO. I'rather & Creech, lbs J1S.70 .1. N. Iljbee. llMi lbs $18. I.uther dibits, HGilS lbs fil.M. J. I). l-ong. 1(W5 lbs $27.00. We have so many crop lots that range from $13. to 111!, that we have not the space to tell you aliout. Wo only hnve spaco enough that we can pay for, to quote the higher prices, We have had one floor erage of $13.12 for 41.000 lbs; one at $13.30 for 17'725 Hps, and one at $IS.2S for 3(,lti5 lbs. These aver ages we think nre ns good as have been remrted in the state. Tobacco has never been higher than at any time with us than right now. Ilring jour tobac co 'o the oil) Madison who stands like she has always stood the lender In this market in number of pounds sold mid crop nnd Moor averages. Madison Tobacco Warehouse Co. IF YOU HAVE CATARRH READ THIS Breathe Hyomei Four Times a Day and Watch Results. Give Prompt Reiki. The pleasantest. most convenient and most scientific method for the treat ment of catarrh Is Hyomei. Simply put a few drops of Hyomei in the in haler that comes with every complete pachage and then breathe its air for a few minutes' four times a day. It seems remarkable thnt so simple a way of treating catarrh will effect such quick relief, but the most important discoveries of science have always been the simplest. By breathing Hyomei in this way every particle of air that en ters the air passpges of the throat and head and goes into the lungs is charged with a healing balsam that kills the germs and bacilli of catarrh and soothes and allavs all irritation. The first day's use of Hyomei will show an improvement and in a short time there should be no further trouble from catarrh. Its action is rapid and lasting. You take no risk in buying Hyomei. A complete outfit is inexpensive but if after using you can say that it has not helped you It. K. Mcltoberts will return your money. What other treatment for catarrh is sold under a guarantee like this? 2-10-2t HARK THIS MAN. Ureathes there a man with soul sodead Who never to himself hath said: "My trade of late is getting bad; "I'll try another muslin ad,"? If such there be, go mark him well; For him no bank account will swell, No angals watch the golden stair To welcome home n millionaire. The man who never asks for trade In local papers, oft displayed. Cares more for rest than worldly gaiu, And patronage but give him pain. Tread lightly friends, let no rude sound Disturb his solitude profound. Here let him live in calm repose Unsought except by men he owes. And when he dies go plant him deep That naught'may break his dreamless sleep. When no rude clamor may dispel The quiet that he loves so well. And that the world may know its loss Place on his grave a wreath of moss And on a stone above, "Here lies A chump who wouldn't advertise." HUSBAND RESCUED DESPAIRING WIFE After Four Tears of Discouraging Conditions, Mrs. Bullock Gave Up in Despair. Husband Came to Rescue. Catron, Ky. In an interesting letter from this place, Mrs. Betlie Bullock writes as follows : "I suffered for four ) ears, with womanly troubles, and during this time, I could only sit up for a little while, and could not walk anywhere at all. At times, 1 would have severe pains In my left side. The doctor was called In, and his treat ment relieved me for a while, but 1 was soon confined to my bed again. After that, nothing seemed to do me yiy good. I had gotten so weak I could net stand, and I gave up In despair. At last, my husband got me a bottle ol Cardul, the woman's tonic, and I com menced taking it. From the very first dose, I could tell it wa3 helping me. I can now walk two miles without its tiring me, and am doing my work." If you are all run down from womanly troubles, don't give up in despair. Try Cardul, the woman's tonic. It lias helped more than a million women, In its 60 years ot wonderful success, and 6hould surely help you, too. Vour druggist has sold Cardul for years. He knows what it will do. Ask him. He will recom mend It. Begin taking Cardul today. It'n'U to: OiaiMiuota MfJWn. Co.. Lillet' Advltory tVpt.. Chttljnouc.. Itnn.. (or liltrciat Iiutructlonl on your CM ni 64-p(t book. Hum lfHUMOtluWaiiMO,"MallapUlaf(frr, LUrtt JUST TRY RHEUMA NO CURE, NO PAY That is the Basis on Which Druggists Offer This Great Remedy for Rheumatism. Anybody can afford to use Itheumn to get rid of terrible rheumatism, sci tica. or gout, for it is Fold by It. E. .Me Roberts and other druggists at only 50 cents. It is wonderful how speedily this simple remedy takes hold and how tore muscles limber up and swollen joints come down to normal. It is the best remedy you can find to driv- rheumatic poison from the system nnd bring back health to misery-racked bodies. "I was so crippled with sciatic rheu matism I could not wnlk. Doctors could do'nothing for me. After taking three bottles of Rheumn, the rheumatism had entirely left me."-Guy Torley. 129 Summit Ave., St. Paul, Minn. Get the genuine in the trade-marked package in liquid form guaranteed. PREACHERSVILLE Mrs. Newton Gill has been quite sick. Mr. .less Lawrence is reDrrtedmuch betfer. Mrs. Phoebe Carpenter is able to be up Hgain. Hemp seed for sale. Hudsou, Hughes and Knrnau. Little Nannie Holtzclaw has been on the sick list. Mrs. James Poynter has been quite ill of pneumonia. Mr. Henry Anderson, Jr., has been sick for a few days. Automobile Tire3, Ouick Patches, Blowout Hoots at Stormes. 2t Word from Paris, Ky., says that Mrs Jesse Traylor is much better. Mrs. Win. Oyehouse, is able to be about again after a bad sick spell. Mrs. John I), Hutchin? is spending some time with her mother, Mrs. I'. Foley. Prof. J. H. Hutchiiis and little Elsie Hutchins, nre visiting relatives lit Uailey's Switch. Mr. Ramon Anderson, of the Canaan section, visited his uncle, James Miller at the Horton place. Mr, Cert Holtzclaw has gone back to Greensburg, Ind., wiiere he was em ployed the past sUTimer. Mrs. J, J. Thompson and daughter. Miss Lucile, visited Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Morgan at Point Leavcl and dined on u fat turKey. Mrs. Richard Williams, of Judson. and her two youngest children huve been quite sick at the home of her mother, Mrs. W- II. Cummins. Little Miss Eliza Anderson Cummins is uble to tit up again after u severe attack of pneumonia. Her many friends are delighted to hear of her convales cence. Posters announce the closing the store of W. C. Cummins for two days in order to complete an invoice of stock preparatory to a change in the manage' ment of his business. "Uncle Jesse" Anderson, aged 77, and one of thu oldest colored men in this section died lust week of grippe and of old age. liurial occurred ut teo old Drake's creek graveyard. Messrs. T. W. Payne and E. H, Thornton have changed houses for the year. Thornton goes to the old Joel Holtzcluw house and Tim goes to the old J. K. Sutton place on the hill. LOWELL EMr. Speed Ledford made n business trip to Harlan last week. Mr. Frank Ledford who hns been J II with pneumonia is convalescent. Miss Allie Creech was the guest of Miss Florida Holm. Saturday nnd Sun day. Mi3s Corn Hurte is at home again after n weeks stay with relatives in Richmond. Flour in sacks or barrels. It is guar anteed to please you. Huason, Hughes and Farnau. Miss Abbie King returned howoTues- day after several days visit with friends in your city. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Floyd, of Dan ville. were here last Monday to see their son, who continues to improve slowly. The many friends of- Misa Lizzie ! Sprntt regret very much to hear of her serious illness, at her home in Paris Crossing, Indiana. Miss Lura Parson who was the guest of Miss Ida Hurte for several days the past week left Saturday for her home in Richmond. Virginia. Miss Ethel Mae Davis entertained nt a card party Saturday evening. There were about twenty present, and all are indebted to Miss Davis for a most en joyable evening. Mr. Speith closed down his business in the warehouse near here last Satur day, much to the regret of some of our people who have had employment there during the winter. Miss Helen Uoyle entertained a num ber of her hriends at a birthday party last Saturday afternoon from 1 to -1. Many interesting games were enjoyed by the little folks, after which delight ful refreshments were served them. Mr. Frank Hurte surprised his many friends by driving to Lancaster last Wednesday and being united in mar riage to Miss Fannie Ross from near Kirksville. While the young people had been sweethearts for a year, yet u wedding was not expected so soon. They have taken rooms with the grooms father for the present. Something Good. Those who hate nastv medicine should try Chamberlain's Tablets for constipa tion. They are pleusant to take and their elTect is so airreeubie nnd ho natural that ou will not realize that it hai been produced by a medicine. Ob tainable everywhere. PAINT LICK GIRLS-DO YOU KNOW WHY YOUR HAIR IS UGLY? Many women do not realize the neces sity of keeping tho hair and scalp nbso I lutely clean in order to look their best. I Anil you. with only n few minutes of 1 tonic massage, the hair may be brought to n beautiful, thick, lustrous luxuriance ' nnd that nt very little cost, j Just try these few simple directions I today: Into the palm of the hand Hur 1 a little Parisian Sage, a rigidly guaran teed, inexpensive and incut beneficial i preparatian to be had at nny drug store; thoroughly wet the hair near the scalp with it and then rub vigorously until a soft tingling sensation comes stenling t E. G. Creech. HY A.TTSVILLE. has b-i li I Miss Etta Robinson who quite ill is much improved. Miss Sallie Anderson is the attractive guest of Miss Viola Creech. Mils Mar) Ilarr was an attractive visitor of this place last week. Mr. Robert Anderson was a visitor nt this place Saturday nnd Sunday. There was n large crowd out nt Sun day School Sunday in spite of the weather. Flour in sacks or barrels. It is guar anteed to please ou. Hudson, Hughes nnd Farnau. Master Carl Conn of Paint Lick was the week-, nil guest of his aunt, Mrs. over the head. Do this regulaily for a few days nnd you wil surely be sur prised and delighted with the results. The genuine Parisian Sage is obtain able from R. E. Mcltoberts who always ells it with nn absolute guaranty of perfect satisfaction to the user or thr money paid will be returned. 2-10-2t HAMMACK Mi. Charles Dillon sold his tobacco at Richmond nt 12c. Mrs. R. F. Parsons visited Mrs. Chas. Dilion, Sunday. Mr. W. II. Furr was at Hammack last week on business. Mr. Will Lnwson has moved to the place vacated by James Parsons. Mis) Ncllin Tudor entertained n lot of her young friends last Friday night. Mrs. Mary Hammack who departed this life January 23rd Is sadly missed from her home. We are looking forward to the begin ning of the spring school and hope lo have Miss Arnold as teacher for the remainder of the year. Miss Viola Tribble who has recently entered Eastern Kentucky State Nor mal School reports that she likes her school work fine and she is working very hard. Misses Sallie Anderson, Viola Creech and Rny Creech made a visit and shop, ping tour to Danville Inst week. They were delightfully entertained at the beautiful home of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd McCarthy while there. TENNESSEE OFFICIAL WINS LONG FIGHT Smith Lung Tonic. Relief For Lung Troubles. Coughs. Colds, Hoarsness, Whooping Cough Bronchial Soreness and Lung Affection. Ooiiliiins nn Dope nor Tnr or Crcnsciltr Prepared with care by Dr. T. B. Smith the originator of Smith Agricultural Liniment, 48 years test has proven the best. Sold at Stormes' Drug Store. Lancaster. Rend what others say nbouj the Ltiig Tonic IMief IT. T ;it. Smith, Uxlngton. Ky Dear Slf- Encloed find SO cents for which pleno send me one bottle of jour Whooping Cough Remedy. This has bien so highly recommended to us by Mr. . I I' Miller, that I am very anxious to get some at once, as we hnve whooping rough in the family. Wry truly j-our. J. T. MINARV. June 30. 1U13. R F. I). fl, Carlisle. Ky J. W. Seaton of Linden, Clerk of tho Circuit Court of the Twelfth Ju dlclal District of Tennessee was fit years a sullcrer from stomach troubles In part n result of Ills eo.iflrlnit Mr .Inhn Sam An,l..rnn nt I !nl I Work llo tried doctor after doctor. . i . , , i jjo irieu mcuiciuen wuuuui tuu. tuutt.j tit.i nil,..-. iu ., ttaiu irntru I from R. F. Parsons. There is quite a lot of sickness in this vicinity at present pneumonia, generally. Mr. and Mrs. James Ilutuerof Lowell visited her parents. Mr. ami Mrs. Jas. ColJiron, last Sunduy. Miss Louri Parsons of Richmond V n . , who has been visiting her uncle, R. F. Parsons, returned home last week. See us for II per cent protein cotton cotton seed menl. Hudson, Hughes am Farnau. One day ho took a dosa of Mayr'a Wonderful Remedy. Ho wroto: "Your medicine Is tho best In tho I.agrippe nnd 1 world for nny form of stomach troublo i I am glad to say that after taklr.K tliu 1 full treatment I feel that I urn well. "I had tery severe pains In my Mom-1 Inch all tho time. Uno bottle of our medicine, did mo ten times as mi.rh good ns all tho doc tors' medlclno th.it i I took for two years. My family thy slclan told mo that I would neier bi I nnv hotter fmlnv t nm ur-ll. I li.irf gained twenty-fit o pounds" Mayr's Wondtrful Iteniuly Klves per- , mancnt results for tto:n..ch, Imr and i IntAnllnfit nllmi.nta l-'.it mm li i.nr I Mrs E. I). Cook has been seriously . whatever you like. No more dltres ill, but is some better at this writing, j nftcr eating, pressure of gas In tho Mr. Cook was verv ill last week hut u I stomach and around tho heart, tiet una s-i ry - -gag I A F EW DROPS or BOURBON POULTRY CURE la th drinking water Mikes Hens Lay Amazingly Cures koup, t:oldt, CUbJtra, Llmbcrneck prefects blck imi. Un30c Louis DisVta 1 Kallona o( medlcto. At drug KiiuottyiullpoilpIJ. Valu able poultry bock t rto. louaiOMEUEorco. luintioMj. Sold by J. R. Mouat, Son & Co. Car load northern seed oats just re ceived. Hudson. Hughes & Farnau. Miss Mutti" Woods was at home from Madison Institute for the week-end. Mr. John llutner was tho guest of relatives nt Cal East for the week-end. Automobile Complet Painting outfits $3.00, ut Stormes. Ut Mrs. Will Fish, of Stanford, spent Friday with Mr. und Mrs. W. S. FUh. Mesdatnes fiuy Rice, I). C. Rice and Carlos Hedrick tpent Friday in Rich mond. Mis. Fred Hall has been called to LouUvillu by the serious illness of her mother. Tho W. C. T. U. had its regular meoling with Mrs. C. S. Ellis on Fri day afternoon. Mrs. William M. Eldridgo was the guest of Miss Elizabeth Eldridgo in Stanford tho past week, Tho II. Y. P. U. and tho Sunday school of tho Haptist church stormed Rev. C. S. Ellis on Tuesday evening, the occasion being tho genial pastor's bilthday. Messrs E. L. Woods, Davo Hervey, Mid Ross, Jack Davis, (J, M. Treadway, Emory McWhorter and Woods Walker were among those who attended Court in Richmond Monday. Quite u number of young people stormed Mr. und Mrj. I). C. Rice on Saturday evening ut their home In thu Parks Flats, very thoughtfully taking this popular young couple a number of useful things for the kitchen. It Is needless to state that a delightful even ing was (pent. also better. Tile little girl of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Hurt died last week. The sympathy of the entire community is extended them in their sad bereavement. Miss LcllColdiron. Mr. Ilob.McKuight and Misses Nellie Iteazley and Sally Mae Craves and several others were pleasant guests of Miss Ettie and .Mr. John Faulkner Sunday evening. bottlo of your druggist now and try It on nn nbsoluto guarantco- If not satis-, factory money will bo returned. For sale by R. E. Mclioberta and all other reliable druggists. She Will Recover So her tloctor pnitl. Her friends and nciphliors felt sure of it too. They have used Pcruna themselves and know of its merits. That old cough that had worried her for years and years, for which bhc hail taken all sorts of coii(jh medicines, has disappeared, l'eruna is dotnjj the work. She will recover. Indeed, she lias recovered. Her narao Is Mrs. William Hohmann, 27CI Lincoln Ave.. - Chlrugo, Ills. Kim liui suffered with catarrh ot tho bronchial tubes nnd had a tcrrlblo cough ever elnco a child. As she, cot older sho grew worse. Bhu coughed both winter and sum mer. Had to sit up at night. Could not sleep. "Hut all that has lift mo now, Pcruna has cured mo." Thero aro others, and thcro Is a reason. GUNN'S CHAPEL. Mrs. Jake Hurt is reported very ill. Mrs. Drew Davis who lias been veiv ( ill is improving. ' MisHcs Jessie II. ami Willie Miles Ray visited ut Judson last week. Miss Lennii llollou visited MissThel 1 ma Simpson pnrt of last week. Mr. Jou Masters of Edenton was in this community on business last week. Rev. Ragan filled his appointment at (unns Chapel Saturday evening and ! Sunday. I Mr. Tulton May and son. Clenimnn, ' were in Lexington on last Monday und I Tueday. Mr, and Mrs. 1 lobar t May ami son wore guests of Mr. Tulton May und I family Friday, Messrs Ambrose and fieorge Calico recently purchased u tract of land from Mr. Prentis Walker. Mr. und Mrs. Dock Simpson were at Silver Creek und Richmond from WedJ nerday until Friday, The regular preaching services will bu held ut Liberty church at lluckeye next Saturday und Sunday. Try our self rising (lour. It requires no salt, baking powder or sods. Hudson, Hughes nnd Farnau, Mrs. John Land returned Friday from Winchester where she went last Monday for u visit with relatives. On last Tuesduy she hud a very narrow es cape from u serious burn when sho went to look Into the oven of u gas stove. Her hair was singed und she received slight burns about the face. THE NATIONAL BANK 1 01- l.At'CASTI:R. CupJiul 450,000. Surplus 430,000. A. R JENNY. President J. K. STORMES. Vice PrtVt. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. R. 1. JMIillY. Ass't Cashier. J. U (Ill.I., llook-Keetier. Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent. WE SOLICIT YOUlt IIUSINESS. Snmual I). Cochran. Alex It. Denny. J. II. Posey, J. E. Stormes. S. C. Denny. J. L. (iill. Dr. W. M. Elliott. Directors. T-.S1 I i grrii.m?ri-TTrn.-t.rinr.r..-...i. riTr Funeral Director and Embalmer. Ollice Phono 18. Lancaster, Resilience l'hnne 33. Kentucky. ! HONOR ROLL. 'We Citizens National Bank I OF LANCASTER. KY. Capital $50,000. Surplus $50,000. H. F. HUDSON. President. .'. J. WALKER, Vice Prest. W. 0. P.lGNKY. ABa't Cash'r Jou J. Wai.Kkii, Jit., Hook-Keeper. W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. When a bank's surplus equals its cupltal it is placed on tho HONOR ROLL of hanks. Such mi institution inn community Is u credit und assures that the bank Is SAFE, SOUND und SECURE. We are better prepared than ever to accomodate our custom ers in every way consistent with sound financial principles und wo thank our friends and customers for their aid In assisting us in at taining this high position on the Honor Roll.