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J2 The Central Record, Thursday, February 8, 1917. We have just received a Car Load of 8 ft Oliver Plows and Syracuse Hillside Plows Cutting and Smoothing Harrows, i? i I A BrUI nil bought bi'forc the recent utlvnnec. A few Iron nntl Wood Hemn Vttleiu. diiil Syrncnsn Turning Plows at nctivc prices. Mailable Stoves at $50.00 and $55.00 Warranted n goid " I"" '- A rnr load nf the old reliable American Fence tit- best field fence made. Perfection and Hnss Oil Stove. A few 1 1 .-at Sltiv lit cost. John Deere WHgons (111' lii'Kt mud. J. R. MOUNT & CO. '"'lit Siiare Deal I hum'. p.i.i 1 1 . -j 1 i 1 i. . r i ..... i Coir.ji l.y Thuu Wt Art !n(crzd In. f list for the pi Tr.3Cr'iujjifiiijiHUi wnijcacnnoi ' Northern V PAINT LICK Mm Yellnn nf Dry Ridge, Is the guest of Mm. C. S. Ellis. Mr. and Airs. Henry Wallace spent Thursday In Lancaster. Mrs. Krcil Hull has been on the nick nst two weelin. White Seed Oats. HOc r.er 'bushel, (inrrnrd Milling Co. We Have Just Received a Fresh Line of Wf Extra Fancy Alin l.'iznln 111 I If gun, is the ihnrm irui.it of her friend, Aliss Martha Tit iler Draw A Check for the money yonove mid note how much more res' pcctfuily your creditors re- V L'iiril you They like to do A-1, business with n Hum who hits uu account nt the Garrard Bank & Trnst Co. I , MOIa M no Miss Lucy Francis left lust week b spend two nionihi in Florida, the guest of lier cousin, Mm C. K. Hell. Mm W'm Eldridgi leave s Alrnduy li hii extended visit In her m ice, Mr Turn Make in lloil-toll Texas. Miii He sle Cochran uf Whiten Sti iieit several d iv the past Willi hor -isler. Mm. O. C Rucker. Mi" VlHry Noel hut relurneil In her In, me in Danville after h month visit to her sister. Airs J. H Woods. Trv our high grade, llojr. Alum., back if not nullified. Iluil-uti, IRighes & Karnuu. Air l.-e Spillmau and bride nf Win- Aim. HVIIii Arnold Francis, left hut , cheater enme .Mondiiv to he the guests Mm. Kliziihalli Joseph in visiting her ds.'jhtir,Mr Charles Davis iuCtuitli noogH, Tenii. Mr. Eugene Hole of Lowell was tlm week end Client of hm Cnll-lil. Muster ltichard Hot le. Mm. Kheilev llolifclnw nml il nigh ter. me vi.iting her parents, Mr. und Mm. Am Hournc. Holier t Tiinliii"n of Slate Univor sity, was the guest of I. Is father last Saturday and Sunday. ii' . is 1 1 They know he Is doing business in a busirvss like open such an account even if jour nITnim are not will trim- all right. way. large, II. ttir Thev The Garrard Bank & Trust Company jj HONOR ROUU BAiN'K. STUDY THESE SUGGESTIONS. 1. I'ay jour hill liy check, ami have jour wife pay her hills hy check 2. Neter lend an ei.r to "Get Rich-Quick" schemes. .'I. Follow nonie "j stern in Hing Do not he haphazard nlsnit ft. 4. Hent a af deposit I mix fur jour aluahle paper? fi. Make free usi' of the ilp-to date Kervice we nller. li. Teach the rlul I the value .t money liy u'nitii; lliein an allow uncu. T Meet jour friends at this hank lor transactini: important liutiiieas 'We Citizens National Bank OK I.ANCAKTi:il. KY. H. K. HUDSON. IVeaident. J. J. WAl.Ki:K, Vice Prmt. W O. r.tc.NKY, An'l (ash'r JoK J. WaI.kf.k. Jit., Hook-Keeper. W K. niAMI', Oashler Special Price During Jan- ! uary and February on COURIER-JOURNAL $4. A YEAR. Give us Your Subscription. MoRoberts Drug Store Sunday for Louisville and other points, to pure! use h-r Mirtiiir. inillinary. Ml s Marlha Tinier enl. rlaiiiid last Mondav evening, in huair of hi" euest. Miss Llizalieth llii(,'an, of Itichtnond. Mr. A. D. Joseph, left this week for Kitu-ru mirkets, li replenish his e t . rk 'i r the Johepli Merchantile Corn-pany. Mis AnKie Kinnnird who was called ' home hv the illness of her father has' retur.it it to her school duties in In-' of his father, Mr T. G Spillman Hie W. C. T. II had its resulnr umnthlv ineetlni; with Mrs (i . Tn silway on A.tlurday atternuon. Mlisa Mnriaiii Ledford has returueil Imine after rUTl weeks visit Willi reliitiM-s in Hreathitt Csi and Irvine. MrVti'iheu Too'd returned Sunda from Louisville where he was sent as a delegate to the H. Y I' U. convention. Mr. Huhert Ellis ha returned from an extended trip ahroad anil is the Evaporated Pears, Silver Prunes, P; atat! Peaches and Apricots. Y oi' will nlo find the following My Wife'f, Siilnt! Dressing, Durkee's Salad Dressing, 1'icklcs, Catsups and fauces of all kinds i;8!iip 'tie Lli.o of Canned Goods A!s'j Aunt Jcmiirp's Tin Cake Flour and Maple Sytrp. Tneo Carrey. FKF.SH FISH AND OYSTERS. I3 To.' p.nple .tllll till t'ie I'resnlenl preg uie with KUest of his parents, S. Kills, Kev. and Mm. C. diunii)lls. . MUs I'enrl IVammi and Mr. J. W. i Miss Je-sie Harks went to Cincinnati I on of Keext. Uj. and Mr. Joe Cox. t,e past week where the expects to of Alherla, Canada, were wcefc'end tuiie aoine special training In the art of quests of Miss Jessie Tulein. j millinery. Mies "Ia'v Hlmnre has returueil from Louisville w here lie went for a few diiie, the ej'est f ner frjfnil. Miss Lorena Koliiuson. (in to the Cnristiiin church Smdny ai d I. oar S. Iminanuin. Creinj Dmiy Keed will make jour, cow rjue more milk. Hudson, lluuliet & Karnau. , rootnotc. ' Some women huy tloor mats. Other women marry them Cludnnntl I'.iv Uiilrer. FOR KENT mu. riNii ir in this culcmh. i ..,! V.1,.,. ,. ,, S Nice store room for rent. W. T. West. Kor Sale: Two 8iotted ponies, broken. 12-lJ.tf. J, A. Amon. Kor Sale or Kent: My two story house on Richmond street. 12-M-tf. S. G. Haselden. For Sale:-A Rood work anywhere. work mule, will Mr. N'irr.ri"! Crump, ol I'aris, lieen hi re fur feveral dajs. a'sistine; in nci-u mi; herni, lioulit in this coun ty for Spears and Son. ISO Days i Since January 1st our terms will he strictly Thir ty 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 all. We thank you for your past patronage and hope for a continuance of same ia the future. BECKER & BALLARD PHONE 27. BRYANTSVILLE. Ky. Gen. Green Clay Goodloe. ot the U. S. Marine Corps, who died in Washing ton Sunday, was n llmt cousin of Mrs I). M. Lackey, their fathers lieinK hrothem. He was "1! years old limine heen horn in Madison Co in 1S4.. When lfi jtars old he entered the Army nf the North. After the Civil War he entered the Marine Corps und was placed on the retired list in lyul with the rank of Hnuadier General, A Virginia pasr makes mention of a former Lancaster lady as luncheon hostess in the following manner: 'Mm. II. II. Spindle, Jr. was hnstets yesttidsy at luncheon n'ven at her home in Ki'ilcute avenue in compliment to Mm. Graham I'rice of Danville. Ky., who is Msitiix Mrs. Halps Du l'uy in Olney Hoad. The table was prettil) decorated with u centerpiece of pink HAect peas ami covers were laid for seven. Mrs. pind'e s tmesis included. brsidt'S the ueiit of honor: Mrs. Jus Elliot Health, Mm. T. C. Carriiijrtun, Mm. I.udwell Haldwin. Mrs. J. W. K'Iec ton and Mrs. Asliliy Godwin." Kev. L. N. Howling filltd his regular , aiiliotntlTierit I-1 tlui Christiiin rlmreli I Sill, il iv murium' lint im Hei-niint if Ihu ! I I OlLI.. I J' for KetlU-Good extn iiu. cold weather there twr- m. . J- bpurlock h arm. 1 i.ervices held in the evening. IOr 1 9 1 L . Centrally 10C8- 2-1-tf has, DurillL' the intensely ,m)iI uenllier. i tpfi Tinvt tn Kfllfl. I'tfiiit Lick fuced a coal famine. Num hers of tiimiiied were without this very IH'Cessiirv nrtiele iiml tin. ..ehrnl u-iis Garrard Milling Co. 3 room house on W. M. Hurgess Paint Lick Ky. Optimistic Thougnt. If misfortune comes she brings ntnnt; the bravest virtues. Knocking Chic30. Nobmly Is too lii.-inlli'iint to count as population. Toledo Itladt'. Didn't necoonlze Real Thlnrj. Younc Hospital Nnme- "Is be renl ly dead?" Old llospiial N'urst "Ves have tm only worked In movie ftudlos?" Puck. One Exception to Rule. A kihhI r.Milv Is not without pod wiiKes, nfiin eM-ept In her own houe, where he who eiitN her eooklni; Is her own husband. Dally Thought. Wo huw nil u treat ileal more power over our minds than it Is the fashion In nilow. nml mi Intlnll) of resource and ability to iim It. Jim. Cnrlyle. OaromeUr of Character. To haw ii lot of friends n mini must bhow ii lot of friendliness. When u man has numerous friends It Is u slgu Hint he Is Miini'ililiiK' of n man. Beginner's Troubles. Little llurolil had Just begun the study of music, nnd u lxllor linked bow be wiih gettlni; nlonir. "Ob. nil rlcbt," ho replied, "only Himetlines 1 I lme trouble with the sharks and I llaps." E , Birds' Instinct Unerring. The m'hm' of direction in migratory birds Is ns iiianelous us It is uijste rious. The familiar luhahltaiits of dooryiird niurtlu boxes return the next year to these mine boxes, tliougti meanwhile they have lulled llruzll. Beware Indulgence of Anger. It Is bad enough for one to get mud by himself, let alone two together, but when tine gets ungry It Is rather dif ficult for the other to remain calm. ( Auger Is Kometlilng tlmt Is catching, nnd ought to bo guarded against it all times. closed Monday because there was no fuel. However u car load came in Mon day afternoon and several are expected this week. STANFORD Kev and Mm. I). M. Walker have been confined to theirhomewithejrippe. Miss Jennie Lawrence of near Lan caster is the guest of Miss Maud Arnold Mrs Alary L. Garnett of Cave Citv is the guest of her daughter, Mrs Joe S. Kice. J.liss Kutherine Anderson has accept ed a position with the Hradley Studio at Georgetown. Mrs Ixigan Wocd and Mm John Lynn of Danville, were guests last week of .Mrs J. C. Lynn. Mrs II, G. Cover of Saratoga Springs N. . is the guest of her brother. Dr. w. ii. u Ifannun. Miss Alary Lyi n Kox has returned from Somerset, wheru bho has been the guest of friends. Mrs. Caswell Saulley of Krankfort is the guest ui Aim G. L. Penny and other relatives here. .Mm J as T. Alenefee of Cleveland, 0, has returned home after u visit to Air. aim Mrs John Meuefce. W. W. Hays is receiving hemp at the unit house on Danville Avenue lur K K. Spears and Son of Paris. Aliss Hlanche VanDeveer of Morgan- ton N. C. was culled here by the illness and death of her sister. Airs. Saunders, MihS Adelia Kussell left Sunday for Lebanon where he will take the train ing to be n nurse in the Elizabeth Hos pltul. Will HIakely J r, colored, wus found dt ad Monday morning in Alackville at uu earlj hour. It is supposed thut he fioze to death. E. C. Walton, who several weeks ugo bought nut the grocery and meat busi ness of W, K. Willis, has sold out to Harry Jones of London. Tin remains of Dr C. A. Cox, who died at Juneshoro Telin, uu Kridaj, were brought to this city Srturday, lie hud been making Ins homo with his son Chiis E. Cox, for several Jtars. He was t-l ears. His remains were in terred in the Hulfulu Springs cemeteiy. (Jutle a gloom was c.tst over this cuiiuiitiuity Mondav afternoon when It btciune known that Aim. Daisy Van Dc wr Saunders had passed away. She had been iulte 111 for tome time and althcugli her death wus not u surprise, jet It was indeed u great shock. The deiruFi'd hud a hist of triendj und lov ed out a. tor none knew her but to love her. Tim she hud been In ioor health fur a number of years, she was ulwaya cheerful and looked on the bright side of life and wus ever ready to speak a kli d und loving word to those with whom she came i'l contact. Decides bar husband, Walter W. Saunders, Mrs Rella Arnold Francis KOK SALE-300 bushels, nice, clean Orchard Grass. J. T. Anderson, 1-11 l!mo-pd. Koute 2, Lancaster Ky. I have several pairs of two year old mules which I will sell or loan to re sponsinle parties to woik. J. E. Itotiinson. Foii SALE--One five passenger Over land and one Schacht Truck. Cheap if sold at once. White & Kiddle. 11-30-tf Paint Lick. Ky. FOR SALE; My house and three acres nf land; Just out of town limits. Possession at once. 2-l-4t. Givens Terrill. FOR SALE. Airs. John HieliariKon lias been ill. Air J. 1". P.ij ne has moved to Kov Isnd. I!lue bitds und robins got back here Jan. 2!)th. Aliss Aluriet'a King began a select school lu-re last week. The Thorntons moved to Fnirliope, Ga. the first of the year. J. AI. Cress sold a team of horse mules to J. C. Caldwell for JIluO. The family of Mr J. P Arno'd hrsj Stolen from lome aeverb weckj moved to the Laws.,,, m ighhi,hd . a(,0 GoM Watch- en(fTIlve(, on Miss Victoria Anderson, who is at-1 irside. from "Loyd to Stella." Will tending school at Ilerea. visited her; pay for any information. P'e"ts '2-1.2tpd Mm S. J. Hislc. Mr J. M. Lunsford is now living all Red House Pike. Richmond, Ky. the the place he purchased irom Air. J. K. I'ajne. Mioses Hoggs and Lewis of Jenkins and Harboursville. were hefe as vif itora of Miss Tory Anderson. Some of the .Miller family aie now recovering from measles. Master Wal ter llr.Mint is still tick. The recent high water did n lot of damage, t washed away about i.n acre of nice hemp for Mr It. P. White. The latest news liorn the bedside ot Air James K. .Miller is that he has been i much worse recently. He has been ill for nunc time. Five .Messrs James K. und John Cummins J,ock. of Hellvue and Lswienceburg, were "ox here to seo their mother. Aim. II. G. Cummins, who is sick. i During the big snow th'e large h.irn ' belonging to W. II. Cummins snieud and the roof collapsed. It will be job to repair the damage. Prof, and Aim. J. II. Hutcnins have, moved back to their home belt to tic i: -i-. .1. i 1 . it I UKiii ot men iiiaoy menus. ,r ll. w ,,.. ,.,., has just concludtd a very successful t .,,.,,. r. i i,, term of school at Sopus. , ,,, T. ,, ,, . ..J(,.. . ' -...a. t.L- , nuiilBd IK.I li.lHIG f t IIIVJ,, While helping kill hogs some tim Do it now. Pair four year old black mare mules. J. K. Robinson. DRESSMAKING. Am prepared to do dres3-making at my home on Crab Orchard Street, be low cemetery. P.iope ai.VG. It. Airs. Al. AI. Turner. FOR SALE. shares Hank of Hryantsville Apply .Mrs. Al. Al. Stedman, Frankfort. Ky. I-SWt HONEY TO LOAN. I have $2,000 to loan on real e3tute. W. 1.. Lawsnn, Trustee 2-1.3t.pd. for Jesse Smallwood. FARMS FOR SALE? ago, .Mr. w. Man.iry, r, of Mingy creek, slipped and fed Into the ling box und wus sexeiely sculdfd on I he foot., He is out again his fiicmls are glad to know. ' Our friend. Air John Ricliardso , stems in u tough row of stumps. In the fall his foot was caught by the 1 wagon and mashed. A wetk lattr the I same limb was erv badly hurt He' a li ird time to get about. On Stanford aiurt he had the misfortune to lose a weasel skin purse containing f.'ll. Wo resirt the following sick this week. Air und Airs John RicliariUo 1 have been tiuiie sick of grip. Mrs U in Djeliouse bus sulTeied u paralytic stroke, continues ,-ery poorly. Airs. 11 G. Cummins is still quite low, Ali-fsm. Samp Cuinmins ami father, II. (!. Cum mins are both some better after being under the weuther. The term of school taught here by FARM LANDS, Itargains in Fayette und adjoining counties. Five per cent. Farm Loam. W. KING und SON. 12 14-3 mo. Lexington, Ky. NOTICE. All port-niis having eluiin.i against the estate of Aim. Alary E. Fain, deceased, please present them promptly. W. H Fain, l25-4t. It. K 3. Lancaster Ky. HEMP SEED FOR SALE. To the farmers who are thinking of sowing hemp this spring, I will sell you seed ns cheap as possible nnd buy your hemp at any time tit the highest market price. 2 S-3mo pd. H.ll.COX. NOTICE. she is survived bv her aned father. O. M. VanDeveer of this citv; twosistem, I'rof, Cvrus Johnson and Alias Hettie! Aim J. C. L mi. of this city: Alias Miller came to a successful clone last1 Hlunclie VanDeveer of Morgunton N. week. It is considered one of the best Notice is hereby given thut 1 will C. und two brothers David VanDeveer, ' terms ever taught here. Prof, John- apply to tlio Hoard of Prison Commis. of Richmond and Owen VanDeveer of son is an experienced school teacher sioners at their meeting on first Tues l.Ittle Rock UK. Funeral services and while It was the first term Aliss 'day of April 1917 for parole. 1 wu were held ut the Veranda Hotel Wed-1 Miller lias taught it wus conducted in convicted in the Garrard County Ky. nesduv afternoon at three o'clock fob such manner as tu rellect much credit Circuit Court at the November term lowed by the interment in the Uulfalo 1 o" the teacher and meet with a hearty . 1909 on a charge of murder, Spring cemetery. 1 approval by all, I 2-1-21 pd Clarence Fry.