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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): November 8, 1917 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1917 cen1917110801_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): November 8, 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. 0 THE CENTRAL RECORD. TWENTY EIGHTH YEAR LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, NOVEMBER 8, 1917. VOTE BY PRECINCTS, TUESDAY, NOV 6. K r- NUMBBR 32. Uf Our line of stoves id complete, Stoves the - - a cs r r. 1HI Don't Burn consisting of Fur Slate Senator 218 Harlan Hlaill Ford lrra 170 110 121 1011 12:1 ir.y m W i2; nr. OH ici i:to t:7ii in-- r, So Much 1R2 For County Judge j Great Majestic Range, 210 191 IT.H Stapp For County Clerk l&n 127 112 HO 171; 170 122 IPS 210 m 110 151 131 1311 lfiiH Money !1 i Cast Hot tJlast Heaters, Cannon and Ranges, Doty 2SI 131 22(1 li:i flournr For Assessor Ilay Scott 172 1KI 127 17i 'M 2.'. I i:i 1KI Kill 1372 1101 21b 13)1 220 17.J l.v, 12!) 131 HI 20C. 111 SI lo'7 i:; 17U ir.y 130 I:t8 210 135! 1450 Laundry Stoves. A complete How would you enjoy furnace that saves a third a or more of vour fuel? And how would you like to get more heat from the smaller auantity of fuel than you formerly did from the larger quantity? Here's a furnace that will tlo just that thing save fuel and give more heat for the fuel consumed. It's the ! line of Pipe, Elbaws, Dampers.etc We manufacture our pipe and can make any desired shape. REPUBLICANS MAKE CLEAN "OLD COUNCIL" Snowed Under Votes. With An Avalanche Ont. Of Jmlge Frisbie Loses ENTIRE DEMOCRATIC TICKET DEFEATED. The Original Patented Pipeless Furnace Conn ni SI LIVE ANDILET LIVE FOLKS. Brothers. 11 irir Dcr.ttst, Lancaster. t S W Hatfleid, l" T PIE SUPPER There licwil SatunUv tlio iurioi- nf - AT MANSE. Manii' IDth . , Itic W 1, I' meet Satuiday will hv u pi ni in, vt .inir Nov. red upicr t fcr r . enm Dairv JTru will make ywiri gue moie mill'. , Il.l.lww. Hoidies & I'nrn-iu- . ; Kvrvloilv-rnnlill- Ulu.irv. mi nit Invited to attorn), ADDRESS Prof. T. J TO , ' I'latc Itw llaptht Ladies Aiil Society wil Kentucky N'ormal achool will tte a Itsiaar and Hxrhange Decern-- . Katcrn the. Icncliers of Cairnril county, addrru 1(1 17 M. I .(!. t'Uli at i next Sfcluidnv m.iriiiliK N"'. Flmir In sick or barrels. We handle J ton o'eUufc, In tU co'irl huaw. V.Vftv toclicr In lh county it euro It Ik c .If the livt'ttrt pttit Hour. nnd tu atleml thU you or money vtl antecd In Jcnc IS'I Hughes & FiiniHii. nil that ar.- mlertit nri invited. Hudson, hick Prmliliiii IViitm i' one f tho t'est nddn-Sunday. Oft. 2stli. Bnmll ducituri In Hie tate nnd LOST. trfket liOok containing check payable' nhiiuM !( hfrd hy a rii.wded liouje t tnrfersigned mul about tin saira a.nninit of money Urwartl if returned FRIDAY NIGHT Mrv Itelln Arnold rTaT.ci. t 111 u priMdirl TEACHERS. oi tlv Adrfrtss 8y Dr. Btnj. Rush Al Couil House SIMPSON HOUSE FOR the luof nf MrTerrlll Layton rrnl some old woulch. niiili ttial hcM y the fcheathing. which win put on 25 yeais i,o, bv llir grcat-cranfather of Mr. Layton mul Mr. II. T. L"gaii of tin fclly. Some of the nulls were brought to this ollico by Mr. And- noil and arc attracting no little v. prob-nW1 d RENT Under tin auplces of the V. M. C. work. Or. Itenjamin Uuth, of On account of moting nway we de-tr- c A. war will .iddreni the jieople of to tent our residence on Iticlunuiwl nnd the leputatioD year IPIH. Anyone rtV-- tub city nnd rouutv. uef t for tlte he lu nlade for himself an a pulpit residence, inn tu see same, call at crutor hCAild ront to lihn n crowdid .Mr ami Mm t'. I). Simpson. houie. lii morrow (Friday) niht at the Court lioUi'. Thou- - who have heard NAILS. him. apenl; in the hiRhest praise of him u apruker anJ (lie theme that he haa Mr. Jolui Anderson, while removing aa linRln, 0$b man, wnman uml eWkl in the communwill heRlii at 7 Jo. ity. The He mi haiMl promptly at the rinrinc of the hell. LOST: lltipcv J" idle and line, between Lancaster and White Oak school houie. Itewnrd to tinder, Call this tf. odlce. for hit ml ject thoulJ interest yerv LP Public Sale On uccounl of failhij health, I have decided to close out at miction my entire lot The race that created the moat local it-- rirwi awnv pnrirolv with a comDlicatcd system of'J Heavy Volt Polled. Harlan Utts interest last Tuesdny was the council long pipes and many registers and sends heat directly j rnce and for n time during the day Coiilr By Nine Votes. up into tnu nouisc tnrougn one cemrauy iutuitu n.Sii.il.i.g Tuesday the county car.didutcs were Then, the heat circulates irom root ) to room - displacing county again mvips into apparently not in it nt all, the "ward' (art art! cooler air which is drawn down and reheated till every the Kepuhlicaii column, hy majorities hrnlera" devotinR most of their timel in the three town precincts to this in-- . nook and cranny is warm as toast. Yes, and this free, rnnRini: from 9 to 217 Local condition ' race. nccbUi 13 for the varied nnd rillVrt iit terentin unhindered circulation takes place in an amazingly The "Old Council" headed by Mayor I race situ miijoriticf, the court . jui, short time and gives an equal degree of warmth Davidton made u panic HkIU hut early ' One holding tin' center of ntli action. in all the rooms. -, of the heaviest'votia ever polled in the in the day it wa i seen that the "New' The Ccloric Furnace is doin this in thousamla ot in,oi lome. county, wn that polled last Tuvtday Council", headed by Mr .1. M. Duncan. Hundreds of delighted Caloric oiviicrs .ludje A. I). Ford, democratic nominee, had u (light lidvniitaKe which was held f letters of unstinted wai.'c. tell WARM AIR nFTIlftN for county jude, was defeated by until the polls closed, the final count of; ing how comforiablc they ate and 217. the vote slmu'ini: tV.it they had won hv Forest Stapp, his majority heint; how much less coal, coke or wootf t Dun-cun- 't a an imcr-- j a majority of uhout two to one i no couniy cicrKS race they burn than forr.-.crlmajoritv over Davidsnu being estinu ono unu ll was not mini a laie. cftic;?n. T he Caloric is a vond-r!ul- Iy HI, wliiln the leading man on the winhour Tuesday nuht that it was found It may he installed i i tn furnace. ning Loan I had a majority on the lead- 1 that W. A, Doty the Democratic nomi old house as wc'l a 3 a r.i . m i nee, was defeated by J. II. tiourne, ing man on the losing board hy Kit ou I even whem there iivcell:ir. K. II. Hay whose VjUF. by only 29 votes. rmtlv outfht to know about it. Judge K." W. Harris ran like the race! un-- l nomination assessor w Come in, let us show you some ot opposed in tho primary, met defeat hy horse emblem he used on his ballot, dc-- 1 its many advantages the patout 91 votes. Mr. A 1. Scott feating Judge Frisbie hy M vote u majority of ented tripli casing i that keeps. of a total of 302 votes cast. Judge' r. Of Krynntavillc, beinR the ltepuhlican i the ceitar cool, anu us c.uaran-te'tfirp- ot Harris wos at one time our city judge' victor. p:orc anJ 1'U1 h "'I"" acceptably nnd hi Hon. Jav lHilan. of llovle. the Dem- inches morct ".diating u.irhc? ocriitic nominee for State Senator poll-- 1 menus wno raiiieii uj his suppeit lau ; than other fi.epcU. ed the entire strength of hi" paity. but (Tuesday are proud of the splendid ree-- ( Remember the Caloric is abfell short by 9 votes in what seemed to ! onl he mudc in the race. solutely guaranteed to Avs be n ltepuhlican lai.d lidein the county, i His defeated opponent, Judge Fris-- , you'more aid better heat. . be gratifying to his friends over bie, has also" made Lancaster one of It will and to save 35 of fuel .ll,.IM l..v..u.... ii Ik nii, lli.l in i f... I.ut ul... na l.n.l j !.. . i iitiU. u( llir ui.iiii, iiuncii ,u juiic. aim l.u or no sale. is rit lew V) KilK llilIU?llillC liiDJVlltJ "1 I UllU tit LVUIRU ll3 lllllllll iiiu lintlllUUVf 7W) votes; hin home county. Iloyle givcliagnned ut his defeat. He was appointed by Governor Stanley about unci jng linn practically 700 majoritv. Sic democrats in this county had no year ngo, upon 11- 1- reignationof Judge opKition nnd polled the strength of Prattler. The recently elrcted council, headed their pin ty. They are; J. Hugan lial-larfor Itepresentative; U. C. Walker, by Mayor Duncan, are J. U. Conn, Ed County Attorney; A. K. Walker. Sher- Hughe;', Jack Adarce, Joe Kelley, HarA iff; David Host, Jailer; S, li. Anderson, ry Andeison. and II. C. Ilailey. They Thisa ol IOI r. r.rmf r.rwro'i .raJy for lo'kT clitni tVrouer, and Miss Jennie lllggins. will be sworn In the first Monday night li ioM unjer a Lci County Superintendent, of Sehoois. In January can you afforJ 19 u'.i uimccs hfatait hoc aaiBBBBBr- soca ifinw; 'nt tou cm cei Two Democratic Magistrates are electflecafttly RM I ed having no opiositloti. They are; J. HiMiniiRUNTHNnnintnHHmuiiimiiorintM Itduoaths oik tottof tbinrimri(l,Mkii'n(Brima.Utbrll DIRT BKOKEN U .H.Vl,C.llor..lll. , II. Claik, District No. 1, and KktniwiauulM..KHMxwcoii'Ariy. ttAltilnajsHM, --mi (son. District No. 2. Districts number For New GoTernment Building. 4 and C each elect ltepuhlican magistrates, Harrison Ilay being elected in Mr. A.' W. I.ane, of Chicago, who number I, while D. M. Carter seems to i be the elected in number. 5, defeating has the contra:t for the new Post Of- -' his opponent. J. M. Metcall, hy a small flee arrived In the city last week, and with a large force of local help he is majority. With a Itepubtieaii judge elected it rapidly excavating for the building. gives n majority of the Fiscal Court to which is to be, under Ike contract, 11 completed hv June l'JIS. Mr. I.ane the Iteptihlicans. The men elected to the various ollicei tells us that the work will be pushed at of the county are all good citizens nnd rapidly as the weather will permit and make the county splendid that most of the labor employed to ahould complete the building, will he local help officials. While much Interest was tMken in which he snxr, can be gotten here. .Mr. I.ane has juat completed govern election last Tuesday and n large WBk for ....j HaselilenBros LciaHy fiMRANTCED. CURE fHaaV aBBaH tiI Wliri jkw J'l Bargains In BUGGIES That Give Satisfaction. THORNHILL nnd heavy vote polled by both sides ment nuuuings lor Ii.uue.. runs, ..nnn.,i ' ,v It..-:.I .1. I'.. thing pasaeil oir tjuletly, and not I.UKituirui I, w. itllll illillivil Iv., Ill' i wan hennl from uny source 01U' 1,1 1110 ln,u,t ,ni'L' lel"K almuft a eomiilaint The fonstilutlonal Amendment seem-- 1 WUcal with the o.ie at Lancaster. entea were rust. ,, ISU the ll ii J Vutlnc ve :n..l II! of personalty DRIVE Nov. euiiuing e0"ll leUdwillj ;be an ornameiit to the city amil a rouive of joy nnd convenience to the public "w w I ' BIG Y. M. C. A. WAGONS Run Lighter Composition & Meial Roofing Has no S'eel and Galvanized. sand holes and is easy to pstou Friday, Nov 9th, 1917 Preachersville, Ky bejjinninii. promptly at ten o'clock. Eight brood mares, all bred to Jacks and 3 mule colts; J filly pony; 8 0ood young cows, mostly black and high grades; 6 yearling steers, 700 pounds and good ones; 5 two-yeold fat heifers; ii weanling calves 6 yearling heifers; 30 good sheep. at ar 'AMERICAN SOLDIERS KILLED Panrage. - Lasl Longer Sel Fcr Next Wednesday 14th. Foe Attacks Under Cover Ol Let us show feu. At siinti time mul place will sell n lol of furniture lieloniiintJ to Mrs Uyrutt .Intinsoii. Terms imitle known on ilay of sole. Iioum'Iii Id W. H. CUMMINS, PKEACHEKSVILLE, KY. M. CRESS, Manager. ri Col. Joha B. DinwiMe, LZ3 n Aucl. JOHN under 'ho America' d to '..or P rhiug had tin ir tlit . with (,cin it dieis on Hie Fn mli front 1st Sund.iy night. Our iroi ,.s had lotii ti' n to the tint thnet i where prctiiily no Hxhting Imd Lien 'or tevinl weeks, murq for Inntru lion than for lighting, but evidentlt th pienenee of I . S. IrMipa had aiigeidt the enemy and they iHuuehtMln iWperiite attack to overcome them. Three nf our soldiers were killed, life wotir.de I and twelve taken! prUenera or at le st aro mUsiiig. One The chairmen of the vatioiu depart-nienl- s ICeiinaii soldier was taken prisoner. are naming theirprecliict wink- The Teuton attack came in the form of ers and that the county will ho eovereil n heavy barrage tire, which isolated a thoroughly goes without saving. Do 'salient of tlio American flench, nnd not turn a deaf eai to their appeals, apparently left h small force nf Ameil-which means to much to the bo. j in cans at tho mercy of their enemies. That the American aoldieis fought the army. (!eu. Pershing ata the gi cutest thing we can do for victor,- - to gamely is shown by Pershing a report our arms in this war. is t abundantly of u prisoner being taken by them, How soma of his troops escaped bring- equip the V. M. C. A, ling this Cermsn hack with them is not Car of Old Dominion Portland Cement j told told in the brief dispatch of the Hudson. Hughes & Faniau. I Ameiicau commander. Just in. T r tin- l'repMr.ilioiiH aie being ixpldly nindo big Y. M. i . A. driv. ovtr the I'ntiro eountv next Widnesdav, t rain-th"0 ita the iuIh hIIiiIIwI lo Una CMii.ty. a viuiilar niiiount haviiiK been mi til reteral witk!igii. I'v.n inturestuiK niiieltw apiieur vin this listle of the lleeril Hhiii the nf this work, una of Ilium lie in); no extremel; letlir from one of our eountv hoys, uim has been in the service ot Uncle Sam for the past threo jeiira, nnd ulio hupea to nee bi'ivlee at the 1 Kill I in a few months. Aimed fold Hhu ai d eomiii.i Harness The Very BEST Can That Money Buy. House Paint TlieiM ohtlie filuktt and a I a prjCc t It at will please you. i Turning Plows That Run "teoiToiT Not Cotton Seed hut the Right. Acd Guaranteed. Are iuret of Unseed Oil. HORSESHOEING ' KokomO Wire Fence The hind that Stays when put up and REPAIR Depaitment is very complete. does your horse forge? We have the best slioer in Iowa 1 STOVES Lancaster. RAINQES W. J. ROMANS. Kentucky. The Central Record, Thursday, Nov 8, 1917. ITERIUT (I earner ii WE HAVE THE COATS The unusually cold weather now absolutely demands an Overcoat ana we have them in all the various styles, Long Coats, Short Coats, Belted Coats, Plain Coats, Coats for Young Men as well as Coats for Older Men who want to look young also boys Overcoats and Mackinaws. Let us fit your Overcoat now so you will get a Full Seasons Wear of Your Coat. OVERCOAT j I PRICES $12.50. $15.00, $18.00, $20.00. $22.50, $25.00 We are receiving new styles in Hats all the time and are prepared to give you a new one in your size. Don't forget our Shoe stock we had store full of them when prices be- gan to rise. a We carry out the quality Idea in Un- derwear and believe we can give you Underwear satisfaction you cant set elstwhtre f We try to keep the best store and best goods let us have your judgment. Jas. W. Smith, THE BEAUTIFUL MOBILE, So! '.Ve House Of Quality Kllen Burton were united in marriage with a double ceremony performed by Rev. N. G. Young !ic GULF COAST. GUNNS CHAPEL. Mis. Mosic Humphrey has been ill. The Misses Culico entertained some friends Thursday evening. Mrs. D. Fothergill who has been very ill Is much Improved. Mrs. Loio Noel purchased 10 acres of land from Mr. John Teatcr. Miss Beulah May spent the week-enwith Mr. Talton May and fai.iily. Mr. llarve Teater will soon have his new dwelling ready for occupancy. Itecleaned seed wheat and rye fur Hudson. Hughe & Farnau. sale. Kev. N. G. Young filled his regular appointments here Saturday night and Sunday. Mr. and Mis. Tom Dailey were guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Wesley Dailey, Sunday. Mesdumes Dretv Davis and Irvine Simpson visited relatives near Ivdenton Sunday. Miss Thelma Simiisxi of He rev Col with home lege spent the weck-er.- d folks here. 11 at his home in e, ALABAMA. "MOTHER OF MYSTICS". "Hero we Rest", aicordiug to the meaning of the word "Alabama". terminal of a delightful trip on the Louisville & Nashville railroad. The early explorers did well when Ihev founded the French colonies, which were began under the hrotheis de Birnville and d'Ibervillc. Mobile lies at the mouth of the Mobile Itiver, which is formed by the junction of the Alabama and Tombigbee rivers. Many products of the interior come down these rivers; cotton and lumber in large quantities is seen, and coal from further north. Mobile harbor affords nccommodttion at her wharfs for both commercial and tourist traffic. The city of Mobile Is some thirty miles from the Gulf of Mexico and it is a delightful sail up the broad winding entrance to this which has a population of 73,000 souls. irom the water s edge there is a gradual rise of the land which leads to attractive hills and ravines, upon which are located beautiful southern homes old and new -- and the shell roads ar a boon to the automo'oilisr. There are few cities In the world which possess no many beautiful streets that might be termed boulevards. Some of thera resemble small portions of r'aris, France, or Brussels. Belgium-- as it was before the present devastation from the European War. Thes'j streets in Mobile are lined with some Monarchs of a century of Nature's production the grand old elms and water oaks, and not a few are embellished by the hoary gray hanging moss that sways with the passing 'jreeies. Government street is the most Imposing, and branching from it are many attractive park like streets-ma- de beautiful through the care of civic cooperation. There can scarcely be found a drive moro beautiful-b- y Natures own .minting than along Mobile Bav, by sunset in the summer time, or ut Autumn it is one never to be forgotten. Mobile is u city of education, culture and perhaps interesting conservatism, yet it is a city of true hospitality, with a touch of what remains of the old regime of French. English, und Spanish. It is n city that has been "under tive flagu". and many of Its people bear the distinctive features of their in its many fine looking nnd even beautiful women, and courteous "old school" men. Mobile is fast becoming an resort, with line Hotels, and all centering around its historic mid beautiful Bienville Square. Mobile u often called "The Mother of Mystics", because she wus the irst to originate the "Mordi Gras," and she yearly still calls thousands to herself at that festival time. r Those desiring recreation will llnd it in and around Mobile, in bund?nce. Small steamers ply between her suburban health resorts; eautiful Fairhope, Battles Wharf, I'oint Clear, Magnolia Springs- - and other attractive spots; which are made more beautiful by Nature's hand, and where ozone is freely given from the Gulf of .Mexico, In addition, Mobile has excellent golf links, a fine Country Club, plenty of good fishing, and aulomobillnj; over roads that cannot be surpassed. Old Mobile Is unlike any other city on the Gulf. She has her 'own at-tractions, as well as time or her surrjunJmgs. A few weeks stay there and mingling with her people cam; jt be but well spent. She is also u city of Clubs, .nd genuine hospitality. A Tourist Welcome Club, among others, heartily welcomes all visitor? to this citv of de Bienville and d'Ibervillc. - Carlyle Porter. Mobile is locattd in the beautiful Gulf Coast region and conveniently reached from the north by the superb stee! piuenger trains of the Louisville & Nashville ltallroad. Advertisement. are at n city,-Mobilcout-doo-bhealth-giving 1 Thursday afternoon. An "cliivnlri" was given these couples at the home of Mr. Bogie's grandfather, Mr. Lindsey Hay at Buckeye Thursday evening. A large number of friends extend congratulations (!) and best wishes to these happy young couples. Beautiful Buenos Aires. There nrc In the ilty nf liiwnos Aires fi" parkx. promenades, nnd pluzn with n total nreu nf about ln.71'T.X) square Meters (nlmut 2.G00 For Sale J Any Size Farms Remarkable Values I Moderate In Price Shown To Buyers to GET ON FARM, invest ii If you wish or exchange,AGET BUSY. sell any I I C! v in, til Natural Hestlng Plant. Purltii, Severe Muter weather runje entile In the Bud Land nf weMerii (!) North Pnkntn tiro een nmv rml then congregated about u great llMire In a I red, nacd hllMde. InvcMlratlon shows that ii warm current nf air rising through the fissure from a burning coal !;) bed underneath has attracted them. A location, adaptation or improvements consult the fjj 5? am W. 0. RIGNEY. Funeral Lancaster, Director and Embalmer. IKentucky. Office Phone 18. Residence Phone 33. Mr. ami Mrs. Wesley Parsons of wltnetMng n gorgeous minuet In u xky nek ley visited relatives here Satur Just streaked with lights that reminded day mid Sunday. one nf the glories nf ihc ntirorn. "Yes," Mr. John Teater nnd Mr. and Mrs. lie mid, when u'ked hmv he liked It; T. O. Hill were guests of Mr. and Airs, "It certainly l u mighty colorful sunset certainly Is! By the way I wnnt Josiah McCulley. to Miow you nne my dutiKhter paintMr. Sain Hall und daughter ut Flat- - ed !" KUIuuond Tlmc-PI-patch- . woods spent the week-en- d with Mr. George 1 1 trt I and family. Texas Once Was Larger. Before Its unnexiitlnii to the t'nlted Kev. I). F. Sebastian, Misses Hetty Ktnte, In 1S45, Texas wax mi IndeMae Sparks of Paris and Mavme Se pendent reltulille with n much liirgir bastian visited at Camp Taylor. urea than the present Mute, though II Mr. and Mrs. Clarence McCulley and Is Mill the lewM Hate In tlie I'litoii, Miss Pattie Long were guests nf Miss It h area us :i republic was :itM'i.'l fquare mlle. In 1850 the Male cedid es Sallie and Atrice Noel, Sunday, to the Unlti-- Slates nil territory beMr, mid Mrs. E. li. Chandler were yond lis pro-en- t limit of '.71,rVI guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dock Simpson square miles. In enusfdcrutlnii nf $1(1,- in Richmond from rriday until Monday, 000,000 In bond, with the proceeds nf wlikii Texas paid off her Mute debt Mr. and Mrs. T. (). Hill were hosts at a delightful birthday dinner given in The Fine Art of Smiling. honor of their son. Mr. Smflie Hill. Why do wo not nlwtiiM nulle when Sunday. we meet ti fellow being That Is the Mr. und Mis. Ambrose Calico, Misses 'rue recognition which might to pass Mayme and Zulu Calico were guests of from aouI to. foul. Little children do Involuntarily, The ImncM-IienrtcMr, and Mrs Tilden Hoover at Teaters- - this ponsanl does it. It is the magical ville, Sunday. ull 'through that Mmplc lutid, the I!ev. I). F. Sebastian will fill his refc" nerpetiiiil greeting on the right hand ular appointments at Liberty Baptist or the, left between Mrungerii as they pnw each other, never without n church Saturday and Sunday, Satur- mu'Io This, then, Is the "line art of day will be call day and it is ths duty smlllug" llko all fine art, true nrt, of every member to be pteseut. A large perfection of nrt, tho MmplcM follownumber ure in favor of calling for two ing of nature. Sundays services a month and this matter will probably be bi ought up at- - Sat- An Improvement on Nature. certain Chicago pnrl; packer. vllt-Inthe mountains, wax one f n croup g ii 1 D. i Thomas Real Estate anpNc ' DC s? RED BLOOD AMERICANISM IS COMING TO THE FRONT l.ig.H now this Country is calling fur men 'of Moul lii'nil. and sound liodles, It needs them to keep 01,1 i!,re tiiiimphHi t aud(unsullied lu the air. The exigency now confronting 11 emphasizes, as nothing clhc could do, the imHirtrcH of good health, both its an individual and national asset. It givrs point to the suggestion, often emanating from this olhce, that every bedy should guard their health ns a priceless When you tind yourself running d A'ii and not exnctlv keyed up to the lighting pitch, us is the esse with evei vbo ly tit times. You ought to come to Nature's reli-- f and take u course of COM-CEL-SA- R urday's meeting. Thn Women's Missionary Society of the Baptist church will hold Its regular 4 meeting Thursday 'Nov. 16th. at the ba fcri la good outvljtloa wtU church. Miss Barbara Gulley will lead. BOURBON POULTRY REMEDV The subscription for Miss Norn E. f ttw drop in tktdrUli( wUt a Baker, it student to be sent to n MisrvuH niHH. svrf nnta BJ umrr J sionary Training School, will be taken IWTI1 U.eMti IM1SJ Hens lay A AMAZINGLY guaranteed to satisfy you, or incnuy liack) If you'll do that, you will not experience the discomfiture of being sent back liomi for lack of red blood when you arswer the call of tho colors. sells nt One Dollar tor thrci'e boxes, legally guaranteed for ftho liver, liiduey's, bowls, bladder, blood and Indigestion and headaches, thoumatlnii undtiervuuness, SCIKNCB SOl'E is best for HUMAN SKIN, only IOc u bar. 3 bars l!5e. Try our COWBOY I.1.N1MKNT, for ull I'aln., brithe., burns, etc. 25c und COc bottles. i, STORMES DRUG STORE, Lancaster, Ky. Remedy Co. at that time. Ttl1 ftituna of lusvtirln. ' Dakota 3729-3I Jack-White-Mo- on Mr. Otis Hay Bogie and MUs Lucile 1., , Urtfvit rxf II.. Beazley of McCresry and Miss Mary1 y1 itu. ivuitrr kauiini irutir btfvk rrc en t on rwiwru tt. West Broadway. LOUISVII.LB. KY. SOLI) I1V It. K. McHOBKHTS 3d 3C 1C DC The Central Record', Thursday, Nov 8. 1917. CORN WANTED. We are now receiving new corn and will pay highest market price for same. I I Call or phone No. 26. Hudson. Hughes & Farnau, Dealers in High Grade Field Seeds, Feed, Salt, Lime and Building Material. LANCASTER, KENTUCkY. patriotic citizens of this vicinity. Ilry of her son. Jt'lf T. Dunn. She liml nntsvllle can always he counted on to only been ill for a few days suffering death win Willi pneumonia nnil "',r Part. Backache is usually kiilnci ache unit .Mr.. quite a shock to the f a in' ly. make you dull, nervous and tired. ITsej Lime, mini, ceo ent. rock. brn-kD.i.m's Kidney Pills for weak kidneys I ,tVM salt, for sale In Hudson, Hughes nnj Dunn Hail pent her entire life in l.ar- ir.l Cunly until moving to Lexington tte rrnu'ilv lecominended liy jour! Pnrnnu years ago. She was the I frlrn.1 ami neighbor. Mr. lln, Mr,. yV. T. W,....fu . Mr. ulmvt ix J. II Ilnlton. fnrin.T. Cn.1. Orchard jntul Mr, j, Sli(1J. f It.xii.Kt.. ! (laughter of Isaac i'liillifH and well St.. Lancaster, "Avwirnr 'wolan( Mr. Littilh- - Dreschlier of Boui- -! known nr.il very ioxilur with every one who knew her She is survived bv two ag.i.J had trouble will, ihv l.idnva. vil,,. M0HNJ ,er.. Mumlay for I'n.t. t n llttD.-sl.- . T. S. Ihmii. Messis M.v Lack H.lH.l..h,lwi..H,Tf kii.I lame. , ,rsc,jer WB formerly sons, of Lexington. ami Ike six ginr.il- Mrs both AIo bv M knln. - were irregular in action. I Mini Thev came over to at't clnldr-- n In whom she was extremely bouirhl Dm" s Kidiey Wis nt It. K. tend the funeral of Mrs. Latim"" Munir devotinl. Mrs. Ilunn wa-memlier of Phone GG McUoliertK' III UK Store ami used them. Day and Nitfht. Opi Mm. I V. Newmaii of Versailles wa the ChrtstiHii Inn eh having joined in The I'm ki ' left m ai.il my kidneys a recent giu-t- t of relative for a few NlIlff.K li t, SiTMtT y ntie on put in r.d older. I have ilin. While heiij I)r ami Mrs II. ('. uaily life and had lived u most comit I'uneral ent rehgioi.s life ever since. had no icti"ii of the trouble." nt an elegant dinner services were held lit the grille III the Price tioc. at all ilenlern. Ion't lim- l!oe entcrtainetl N'ewman wan in her honor. Mri Lancaster cemetery Monday morning ply Bkf.r kalney remedy get Dnun's D. Mux .lane Slcmp. of llig Stonr at II o'clock conducted by Itev. P. M. n Knlney I'lIU the Mine that Mr. of Hon lluscom Tinder. I he funeral procession cam Poster MntHirn Co , I'ioi.. (Sap, Vh., and a nister hail Sleinp, who lias heen Congressman from thru from Lexington in iiutomubiles. llutfalo. N. V. Virginia, for a number of term. Pallbearers were Messrs W. T Uich-arT II. Suiiley, of Minn Tominie I'ihiicis hiiiI Mih Molly ntHct at Nainey t Llveri Stalilr. r.UYiXNTSX'Il.liK I'ettus of Somerset, .1. I). (lulley Worthiiiglon and Mr lingers, (iarrard's Kentucky Ldiiuister Karin Agent, made very lntereting and (.us Dunn of Lancaster, and John Mrnial Mm V. K. Divu nlent talkt to the Ited Cross lat Wednesday Woods of Lexington. Lexington. in on the conservation of food. A numDavia of Danville Iih hern ber lif the local women have been iUlte Mr' Olhce HnUI. ;,,,,,. m. vifiungJohn llaunuli Sweeney. T, Mrs Ihi-- v Ibis week getting persons to ny,n May me I i e liallatil wan in LexMi BOOKKEEPING the pkilge cards which have been sent M. K. Uenny and W. A. Wheele ington Saturilny tn Buiineu.Phonosrapky out by the lVclorol Pond ndiniuistration iee ICuthinkn." TYPEWRITING and Mr l.nlher llrooka wm over from The numerous friends und relatives Doctors Of Denial Surgery. TELEGRAPHY vinil 10 liii of Mrs. Laura K Ilunn uere greatly JmlUTR Sumlny for SMI TH BUSINESS COLLEGE u- v . itiir Mh idmirutii llntt A,Aii1ri Mr llerhert llriH.kn lirolher. (grieved when thev heard the news of t ntnliMrr Mnfr h lit irrlnr n tiifcrtil I tnkiDJC lo to )frt Mnfatlec Wal I'rof. I .1 Miller left Molnlay for lierileath wlucli occurred in l.e.xmgton tui rrilnt LuiOM. for Burr-KKNTUCKY. LANCASTKIt. WKnlrr now, "im'q nun m" llittlo Cuek, Mich. Ilii wife Ktill re las( Snturday afternoon at the resilience UirwtTTILrll'K R. ftVITII, LrslafM. By. in a very eriou condition at the min RAPlf RAH TflHAV? DHllY DrlU lUlill! ..Lancaster physi ( "J hi-- r . -- ex Garage BUICK CARS 1 ); r r . Dr. Wm. Pryor, Dal-to- Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. Wool-fol- fsnioke houc tskii'jj u number of cut pieces oi meat. j Mr. Hen Dunn and wife of Ileum. cian SURPRISED. 'Vista spent Sunday with .Mr. John I'oyston and fnmilv. .,,. ,lf , . Mr. Hyers anil wife who have been th), UJC of M Wonderful Iteuudy visiting Mr. John Itoystou and family I ileciilcil to trv it on a chronic case of returned to their home in Detroit last indigestion and gastritis I was inter- Week. ested in. After the lirst dose the paMiss I'o ntcr was selected to finish tient was relieved of gas trouble and the term of school at Mnson. .Mis was soon able to cat radishes end most everything !(- - he had not eaten in years. Jenkins having rccured n position in R school nearer honje. It is a simple harmless preparation Miss LUzie Simpson sold a yearling that I emoves the catarrhal mucous from mule for $7.1, John I'ojston one at $G0,, the intestinal tract, and allays the The mules which causes practically all 1). S. Swope 2 at stomach, liver ami intestinal nilmeiita. weie sold ti Messrs Kobinson of Itovle including appendicitis. One doe will and delivered last Week. Mr. Charles Blanks who bought the convince or mnnuv refunded. IE. P. Mcltohcrts. Druggist. properly belonging to Mr. Iva Pointer moved to it last week. Mr. Poynter moving to the home he purchased from MiMtKSHUKY ..,.,: r., ,,, ' ' d A businvM meeting nt the church Sat-iiiiI- . yrtf . Saluulay at II a. m. Mr. Noel Hogie of Lexington is at home for a few days. Miss Isom of Letcher is visiting her brother, Mr. Kyle Isom. Mis Silcr of Lancaster has been vis iting .Miss Margaret Doty. Miss Susan K. Sutton epent Saturday witli Initsister, Mrs. Hen Hughes., Miss Annie Blanks has returned from Iiuisville where tliu spent two weeks. A rogue raided Mr. John Itnystou's Mr. Mar!; Coins. Some of the farm women here wear their suits no !es than I years and turn ( their hats wiong mle out lower the crown if it happens to be stilish), pin ning a band mound it for the fifth season. Cabbage cooked ill clear water (almost), deserts and sweet things are like angel visits, menl appearing on the table Mr. Editor, would "Uncle Sam" have us more than this? War tax on our buttons! War tax-- on our stomachs! O, Holy Moses and the angels! Cast thy pitjing glances down! The Wayenberg Line of Work Shoes liy lest. for Men nnil Hos. Kvery pair KUiirtuilml famou-- ) irnirt. "t 6. C. COX, Manse,Ky Mr Ia-- Miller airived Momlay from Caneyvtlle anil will have chaise of the cIh9c ( f I'rof. I). J. Miller in the Ilry nutuvilte lligh Schoil iluring the all icnce of hi hrnther in llattle Creek, Mich. Itev. (I't orge S. Conant ilelivrrril a J mint excellent tempeiance veiinon at' the Methuliit Chureh Sunday. It wn the Wotldi 1'rmperance Sunday and) BRING TOBACCO TO THE J. ft. Beazlev PUNER3L DIRECTOR Ilni Olllce Over National Hank. lclice 1'lione II. (Illlce l'liune 'SI " LANCASTKIt, KV. the service" were under the iiupice cf the local W. C. T. I'. At the Halloween Social and pie sup-per given ln( Wedneiday evening at the Ilr.vantntille High ScIiihi! the nice little Mini uf f'K wan renlizid which will he lined for.the heiirllt of the Li' hrary flit in d alto to help pay for the plaint tliey lecently purchased. BltYANTSVILLP. Delayed Letter 1 M. J. PATRICK, Kentucky. , Paint Lick, Honaker Fine Cut Flowers. John M. McRouerts. MrsWilliam Lear ha been spending several days with her daughter, Mr( II. ('. Ufe. Miss MartHe rite Woolfolk leiuri.id til her huire in Lexington Monday after j it Ult of two Wiekl with Miss .M My m i' llallmd. rw .Mr. Jack llenge of Cimp Taylor was at home tor the ueek ei.il. lie expects to leave in n few d.ivs for Camp Shelby at Hnltiesburg Mis. Mr John C'limpbell who bus been Hlf- faring with Tvphoid fever Ik gettu g His ninny liirnds me in'ong nicely. j I Lancaster Tobacco Warehouse STANFORD STREET. Phone 365-- hoping to see linn out toun. Mils Lii'ljn C'anipbell and Miutir IJuck Willinins spcnl the week end 'it jhiiiViH.' with Miss (Vmpbills piuelils .Mr and Mrs Prank Cam! bell, j ' BUCKEYE, KY. Hardy Flowering. Plants ans Bulbs For Fall Planting f'iW worth of huidy plant's and bulba for fall planllng POSTPAID roronly $1 Write for partlculariuml PItPK PALL PLOW Kit HOOK, which Ulls what to plant, how to plant mid when (. ' singer, the florist ROUTE, P. - HAKRODSBURG. KY' Miss Maigarrt Parr, of Lebanon, Ind has letumed home after a sta) of ii'i-- t end w ei'Ls w itli her sister. Mis e'linne i Dry tint ii i ill other relatives lieie. Mr Ol'ie llogie who has been quite ill for several weeks remains in wiy precarious luiidition and bis inuiiy fi lends me very much alnrined about hiui. Mrs J, llogau llallaul was thu guest of her aunt, Mrs Mars I nil (iuciraut, of1 Louisville for the utvk cud. She mo-- ! torcd to Uiuisville with Mr and Mrs Morgan Sparks of Nieholaivllle, The linuk of Bryants lllo has ill yuota of Liberty Loan Bonds. Their sales nearly iloublrd their quota. Wt are very proud of the j I i W C. A. SPEITH COMPANY, MGRS. We Pay the Highest Market Price and Unload the Same Day. No Commission Charged. Phone 308. BRANCH ' I 2 1 HOUSE, AT MORELAND AND PAINT LICK, KY. The Central Record, Thursday, Nov 8, 1917. WINNING M By H. I OF CLARA to STERRET. S to P "Denr inc. Will, why will you ln so annoying? When you're nice, I'm iuri' k ii nre very nice. Imt when yil begin p In talk Unit ny " "Wlmt tin .ton expect H chap In itiiV b ntkeil Will Sinclair, n lie due Id" 3 heels Into tin- soft I'iirlh Inside the tinjr. , were fallen tree mi which I 'l simply low you. mid I must say mi." fe "That's It." mild Clura, Kngllsh, pontine. "There's Iii doubt jou sny It J I'or two wct-often enough. .vml !k Sidd liurdly have tiny thine lv. I I'rnnkly, I'm weary of your swan runs. ' M don't begin nil over again." "Vmi tiro ii heartiest tllrt," mid tin M jotine man coldly, :ik he rose to hliM feet. "Yon have accepted my ntten-j- " B tliinx, well knowing your mtvvr, tiu lid me on, uhil when I iidlutt my lore. I - lu-- Your Winter Coat Is Here V ALL NEW STUNNING STYLES. ft Our buyer has just returned from his second Fall trip to New York, where lie secured a wonderful assortment of late styles in warm Winter Coats at very marked savings from early prices. These new garments arc arriving by every express, and we are now in a position to offer you a selection from oyer two hundred remarkable values in both plain and fur trimmed coats. This is the coaNbuying opporthuity of the year, and wise women will hasten to take advantage of it. All the new colors of the season, including Beet-roo- t, d Plum, Taupe, Peinkeer, Brown, Black and Navy, from such fashionable fabrics as Boliva, Duvetyn Suede Velours. Kerseys, Pom Pom Cloths and Broadcloths at prices from tail-ore- One of Her Irons in the Fire Ur ETHEL HOLMES. lilt, IVfil.rn ,N. p.rr Lblo. tiure iitnii.tr belli'tri) in iniiriliiL-e- , iloiiM'Mli' life, rlillilren ii'iil nil Hint, 'I lien- - Is iinthltiK of the sln.iii nuuiiiii It'vptrltlil. I Jt I riii fm scorn ine. 'I like you very much. Will," 'wild eyes. "Tlnit Is. the vlrl. llftlue her when you lire good. Hut love Is notfl ,u. i inun,, .i.i.w. vmi. "it i.... riri.oiililk. ii.i.i'ii money, hut wlmt I wiuit Is somebody who nil! he my master, who will rule me. I mint to he run MWiiy with; Till thing i lope, or do something. of loving tinil ivcdilliig Just like onll- I my foil I. Now oil iil: to miry folks Ii pfnntl. or tlien vmi tin Miiiiii'tlilni ii record somewhere, come back smash mid we'll tnlk It nil over. I'm going ;2 In to ten now, mi gootlliy, Will Biized lifter the lithe, supple ' tlL'Ure of Id" "weellieiirl n she walked j nwny toward the dlstunt farmhouse where they were putting In their tain- I ii m. lie wits tilled with moodiness mid disgust. I..........I .... .....t PIIIAIIIn i.i - 1 tin.- -.11 ii.. JII1U'T7,I U, .1111, ...n i .... ,,1 wrnthfiilly ' npilii-- t mi unoffending 1 Mump, was nl.'jui to follow In the wuke 2 dlMipiHtii'lus girl, when of the heard :i low chuckle beside him. Turn-lir.- ', he -- nw the wrinkled mid hi kered face of the farmer grinning cheerfully. .Inciter SleMilns fnrniiT unil horse sHiippcr. had u keen eiic of the absurd, hut uln :i heart big enoiiL'li for two no n. "I hctiril .toll iimkin- - love to the gal." he slid. "An' I heard wlmt she said hack to .Mm. Now ilnii'l '.'ii mad. young feller. I'm jwlce your ago an' I've hlu through It all. I.nliil snkes. 1 niinil when 1 was courtln' Mainly, how he kept me a Kiieln'. That girl's ll likely colt, hilt she needs to he hroke. Waul to try?" "What do jou mean hy sp.tlng on lueV ileiiianded the youth angrily. Wouldn't Kit huffy. If I ni you." calmly responded Ihe old man. "Thai' SI a col wuih sating, an' she kin ho had. You know she's jioln" down to .Miss llerry's post Hie hend In the limit tonight iirlcr Mipier, mi' jou uiigliier set out mi' keep her eoinpaiiy. Tliere" t these A ii hit of truitip" haiiKln' ill days, an t'liin't no proper place for u I to trull If I wai you all alone. fa I'd he klnihr handy down to the heud 3 In case thcio' any racket there." I I !l I (( g3 An Abundance of New Models in Stylish Silk Dresses, Serge Dresses and Jersey Dresses. A most nbiiiit me, I iintiinilly rftni; t sonii" llilni; slroiiKer thiin in" lf, I inn in of tluise Mlnplil irriilun-s- i wlmin men llsitnlly prefer to Women limn1 like lhi'iiiM'l". Why they tin n 1 mil iiiiul.lt' to iiiiilemtanil. I wn ery fond of I'liurlli' Onem, but niiirlle nut not iniiih to ellne to, and though lie lottil me I tins nn wllllnc tu marry lilui betnii,' I fenreit Hint Hierly would fly In nt the dor nml ill lite mime tlim1 lote would tly mil nt Ihe window. If I wiii tnpli I bud Ki'iint enoiich to turn I'linrllr down. Ititt there my I "ii" boimil to llnd ense ended. siimeoni' In ellni! to. nml since I knew no mini who wanted me or I wanted, I rt'snrteil to nn advertisement. Not Hint I iMtiileuin iiilvrrll'lni;. for I ilon't know nn.Mlilii; alMiiit It, Imt inherit Inf for it liubaml nr n wife It not nn idly rt'tnrtetl to by peront nf cihhI nense. I nn hiil twit replies, one from inuiiirjnuin etldently not blchly nml another fn'iu n mtoii wlio by lilt tldroErnplir. I'.imlMi nml I jililjiil In be n genllt-iiii- ii. He lnis;l hlmtelf Kinory Per-kbit- , lie iibl lie knew by the tenor ll bidy. i.' i niherltsement Hint I tb l !ii wnt looklnir for a wife, ami :iw no renton why be sbotild not tlud tun' tbroiiKli the nutllnm of n new t t,ti ri any other article be I'.ijH'i' V MlO'tl heP I social function. interesting collection of exquisite costumes suitable for street, afternoon, dinner, or any Some with bustle backs, drapes, tunics in an almost limitless selection of models $10., $15., $16.50, $19.50, $22.50, $25. and up. i I New Shipment of Fashionably Furs. Our buyer was fortunate in securing many most desirable fur scarfs and sets from a manufacturer'.: sample line, which we offer at prices much less than regular. In the collection you'll fii.d Choice Fox Scarfs, Wolf Scarfs, Red and Cross Fox, Black Lynx and Fox Scarfs and Sets at $10., $15., $20.00, $25.00, $29.50, $35.00 and $50.00. t Remarkable Reduction Sale of High Priced Trimmed Hats Taken from our regular stock, and reduced to exactly HALF PRICE Values up to $35.00. Rib- The assortment comprises Hats of Velvet many of which are trimmed with Fresh Flowers, bons and fur ornaments. Newest shapes in all the rich antumn colors. Mr I'. rklnt and I fell Into unite n He illd not mviii to In- In n hurry to meet me; mi)Iiil Hint lie wnt eipiTtlnir etery day to make n lol if immey. It would be time rtioilKli !! Uni t me when lie mulil offer me e If In ti"Me. Tlilt bniketl it little In were one of those men Willi " toil be wnt too lioi..,i .i.p i lie 'lit .r.eitl with bit Milt unlit be phi'i' I did ii"t or t t'infce me nitufortable. Idet. hit leller were iM';;lit fill "Hilt wnt In Hie third jetirof the Me .tnr mid eonsrest had toteil ii l.iritk mn for ntlntloii. All Hie Intenlort In ibe t'nlletl Statet were trylnr to add to the nlr maililiie Mime Improvement mixlel wlilrb wnt to In- - mpled In Inree One inonilue I lead In n Humbert liewsmfr Hint someone linil iintlunil n iibslnnee tery lUht nml not tnn.iiu limbic, uhtrli wn belnc ettel nt nut Irrlnl for certnln pnrtt of the eoiern mi nt airplane. In a letter to him I tnt'losol Hie nr tlrle and Joctisely iiemsttl lilm of belns the Intrntor rrferrttl to. lie replletl Jttcivat'ly. asklne me bow I bnd lenrmi! it lilt . IohmI heavens;" ejactllaled the t of him. She strode on her way. glancing now mid llii'ii at the new uioou. It was u hemitlful comilry lane with rail fences on luilh .Ides, and luu'e elms. ilrnH'la-Wil- li foliage, friuuliiu' the palh. "Hold on ii mliiult. lady." suddcnly exclalmcil a rouch voice at her elhow. "In it hlj; hurry, ain't you Hues jou can tlud time lo talk to u kii'o man as hasn't iail ii hlte to cat fur two days." The idrl turned in tenor, and saw u slarlllnv; limine, clad In garments (on to hide the iiowerful muscles of iirias uud legs. 1 want N u quarter and n kiss," "All ".Vo. you don't nit P. ' the Intruder. oil' tlmt viay." As the whirhil aliout to l nil the man caucht her wrist In mi Iron ll t and tlriw her towuriN him. A shrill, tlo-- si . Iiiui; cry for help hurst from the .Ill's lips. Then over the fence leaped a young mini, his ejes ahlaze with wrath, lie dashiil the irmap to the khuiiiiI. and tinhitler, mUliitf. si'inu:; swiftly After upper Clara loitered alut the porch n while In Ihe hope that Will would apHiir and ccort her down the country lane. I'lnally he started ' iilone. determlneil to make her call mid j Ki't hack hofore It inn too late In spile ' m -- youni: mull exclteilly. as he acted on the hint and slartiil off at. a run. TWO HUNDRED w j 1 v i t i r " NEW FALL SUITS A collection I WCIX of the very newesl nml must ivniitnl stley now nlTeml ul prices that emphasize this tis t lie suniit'eM value j;iinjj on iisinn presented this season. Many models trimmed with Hudson Seal, or with other fashionable furs. Also plain tailored Suits, without fur ami of the mimisli tyc, mi Wide seiccjtion from only one or two of a style tit modish. At Hit" time Charlie Owt-ii- t eimie It sec mo very seldom. Tlilt phiintl inc. him on the street One day on nut-tin- e I nsl.nl him nhy be illd not mine lo tec me any oflener. He sns.1 that be wnt tery hiiy. tnc of Hie Irons lm bad In the fire tvn liMiiiitiie up. H'" wnt imt mire but that bo wilt nlioiit illd lie would to make a fortune. hate plenty of time to viiil with me. 1 Inuidictl nt Mm. tulllne lilm Johnny lli.'-.M- r. l.t.U-li- i He retorted that It up llinn lit look tins belter to down and burrUil on. I tint bt'clnnlns lo of celling ii liiisbnnd mid nlnxit to make iii my Ii il ii. I to nihertlse it!llu In for n my iiinkii my lit Ine wlilrh I i own exertion", when suilibidy the wii" etiiuileti'ly uttered. I saw In n the nniioiiiMt'liielit Hint Ihe utnndnrd model for the nlrphiiiet hk !' 1ii's,:it t to be consirurtcd for the eoternuient bad bet-iik. oi and eontrneli. for liuudretN of thoiii'iiml bad i $19.50 $25.00 $29.50 $35.00 AND UP TO $29.50 nwaj. "My luave Will," soUuhI Clnru us she cluiiK to him. "how flisihtened I v Von uihi'i let Win count near me For Best Selection Come Early. Sale Starts Tomorrow. liiiln. "It ' ii ou'M ull rliiht. tlnra." he retiirutHl, suit- - iititi ..ie. diiriluif." "1 mn mi Kind. .ie "A iv Jou? Then will you let mo he "Ur protector nlwuyn?" ".lHll-." Welsh & Wiseman ain and Third Streets. Mr. and Mm. ' ' (he loer viulkvd nwny tivolher I'm I.' .Iiikper llftnl ii .TinuliiK fiice .3 hoi.' the felHV. "Theie'H dlft'eient v "r hieiikln' llllles. Some takes It easy ninl some U sh.. hut they all learn t liiivcl In doiihie luirness if j LOWELL they uln't spiled hy loo much coax In'. l . Lou Vd heller Kit home now, or ltc Mamly'll he seared fur nie," Mr. Will ChllilcM of I.nncaatr. mm! (Copyrliilit. 191", by W. 0. Chapman.) Saturday. h bu$lncmi frii .s Danville, Kentucky. mi. I as J. mm, umu Mm. .lint tin' nuft9 l.i-v- II. Davis f littlx . inotln-r- . Mr. Jt. ('. Clink iti.it futnily, .Mr Win Clink ami MUtes Mniule iiiul Hallic Uu Ida Clark weie uu,ntii Siiiulnv of Mi Sor SoreMuscIes The little mm of Mr. and Mm. Unlit. lia huuia Klliott turn beeii ehilntmul Clynti. Tin' Illndil Miuki-iliiiriis. extrnorillntir' lulliu'iuv nvi r thoip Mr. and Mm. T. It, Kuliltnaii Thoy uro ciurleil iilnnit for ' Ijantctn visitor in LexitiRton BKin ThurwUy. In lareimrpoM-lilblllou uade fur that iiurioc, nml, while hu Mr. Jov lloian who has been quite ulays liU "tubrl," tliffco scrpentu nr 111 the past weeK m somewuai niiiroveu (o liorforw In varloui wtjx. In maOo ticrformlng KOtue of llieso foU tlin Mr. It. 1.. Duncan entertained a tlmrnier reputedly breathes Into tli number of (jueiiU 'at dinner' Sunday, fuee of the serpent, and occasionally, Mrs. It. I.. Duncan and mother, atblow H!ttle, or some medicated con tended the corn show in Beren, Friday. ixiiltlon, upon them. Snake-Charme- Power. Mis. .Ii.liniili' Drown hat H'liiimO Unite. lioiiiH aftt r a visit to lirr son, Kieliaul, Wli.'-H-l Ill'Ur 1,'llll'MHt.t'. w !. iiild lliiiKi'. linxiil I lirnti. out, hay, euro hi d hilled trw for Mr. and Mm. Kdd llrnwn were week mile bv Hudson. Ilnulii-- & Kjhibii. end vi.iioiK of her brntlier, Mr. Albeit Mm. Klins Smitli and ilnunliter, Mm. McKlnnev of Kiclinion 1. Chiirhe lli'uem.lefl Monday fur Her- Mm. Klizn Itklston lnu returned lion'e demnntville N. ('.. with the expecta. af tur a three week vMt lo her uruiwl- - tleu of liK'ntii'ir. ' dauKhtem near llryautKville. Mm W. 0, It"., Ie made another trip Mi. Jnl.it Tudor and famllv and Mr. Monday t.i .Him Cilnon Inlirinary at' and Mr. Chester Clark spent Sunday , jtiehmoiiil, where she ha been takmi; j I treatment for the past month. wiib'.Mr. S. l Davl and famllyr .Stiff Joints let. "Well," 1 rental , "I dart' say some man's! Iron In the tire lias 1mii turned Into sold." Scarcely bad I simljcii the. word, ii hen there was tl line lit Hie iIihiIcII nml the pi'stiuiiri liiiinleil In tin- - mall. One of the letters w.m fimii my matrl-inotilI opeuetl It and rend : "A miitler of business tiblcli I Icite hmt on band for some time an iron In the lire." I mullcred to myself -- "Ims lunterliilliiHl, nml In Case, , nfler tie arc Miltetl wltli each other. I (tin In a Nttiiiii to tufer ou n boine. I therefore heil Hint ,iu will .'rant mo mi Inlertletr," I etiuiibi my bretilti. Not that 1 was about to fare lo fmv wlili n I' I bud lieter set n t tlri-back All ot a it ruslitnl upon me tlmt. I tins hIm.ui id ah,- up ih,. tmiy mint I loved. I n cnst we ftl.illld not be alilnViHilstlc. bt'twft-this nwili iilni tin- - iible to provtde for Hie met Cll.irlle (hulls, whit whs nhutt loel, ln- - in the itir for u foeiuiic. Coi n fiuc pretHllisI mn- - line. 1 in. 'ilr nn iipHilninieut for the next ctviihiK to receive my probleumileal Wooer. When Jlie doorbell rang shaiply nt nt-- . III.' Iipiiii'i It sent 11 tl't'lllor tloout.li me; then it footstep III the ball, nml Charlie On cut sti in Hid doorway. "Suci'Hiciirt, be mill, "one of my limit In Hie tire but brouitlt! me u for- stii. tune. cess, My nliplatie material l it suci sluill reup ii inlllliui; will jou share it with tuc?" "And you mo my eorrespoiuleiit J" I itsketl. "Yes, I Niiv our note eoiilulnlne your iiilvc rllsenif nt on the table before, you posted It." , One of my own "Iront In the tire" am ciiiugeU to litis materialized. I Ctaurllo. The Central Record, Thursday, Nov 8. 1917. To The Tobacco Growers Madison, Of Garrard and Other Counties. that we will open We wish to announce s the Home Tobacco W'house INCORPORATED. to receive tobacco on MONDAY, DECEMBER 3rd, and have our first sale on Wednesday December 5th Bring your tobacco in and get the highest dollar for your tobacco possible. Under the same management as last year, when we averaged $ 8.52 per hundred which was the highest average of ary house in the State of Kentucky. Have your sold by experienced Tobacco with personal attention to each basket. 1 M-en- To-bac- co , Long Tom Chenault Auctioneer. I. M. Hume Floor Manager. Joe Boggs, Bookkeeper. PATRIOTIC LETTER Garrard Boy Writes Interestingly Of tamp Life And Y. M. C. A. Work. W. E. Luxon, Salesman. G. B. Turley, Check Writer. J. B. Walker, Solicitor. Muuav- - lBssssHpfcJBssssssssssssssssssssH which means iiersonal honor. So. boys Men's Christian take warning from one that knows the game and obey nil order's from your Association. Officers and do your duty in a cheerful C r'.tioti.t ri.. in i. mii.'. manner. I assure you that you will "With the Colors". win honors bv doing so. Camp Fremont, California, moat war-pictur- e The There are many mother; ,0Bgy ttno October 3t. 1917 I I r It1 tnr the beit war.picturat lirl lltt llmti Imia To the Central Record. Relatives anlli J- - n- - NaVlor Till cil will associate with bad company while A. L. Gibbs. first, In ' At Iht MM Hunt Friends of Garrard County. Mother, you arc mis- W. S. Ferguson, i In the service. ir i !. A Junk. I!',,1 l:'eaSU-r-e .V .w"l?i taken! If there are any undesirables M, White and wife, . ,. Junk Is the name of a vessel In com- James , ..... .iic ..iiiiu.iri neium. giving iiieiaiesi ,.. ,i. .. . scovere. We will add other names for 25 cents' mon use In Ihc liver nnd eoatnl trade news of our Camp out here in the I and are either dishonorably discharged of China, It Is also usei by the Jap- cash. Sloan of Hubble, w.iu week-en- d guests (iiildeii West PAINT LICK 'or sent to the Government Disciplinary anese. The Junk bus a hlsh forecastle I am satisfied that all of you are .. pu of Mr iii.d Mm. K. I.. Woods. 1,6 1 S" and poop, mid ordinarily three nia-t- s. ln lnJr !. '. "TT trio.ic which ought to "'""'T Junks, although clumsy vessels. IncaK MrMr. and Mm. V, ('. Wynn 'wrc guest i II (l! I visiting her mother therefor,' HUNTERS TAKE NOTICE. Cam,, news interesting. So. V" "n I the most pable of much seamanship or speed, of Mr. anil Mr Hamsun Creech In the i f . .i ii , ...... f 1.0' SMlle. lime 1 i,,i.. , " ..t.V.L..'.l...,t l have proved themselves very seaworThis Agreement Wituesseth; 'll.at Mr A W Stewart Iff t Sunday for White l.it'k section the past week. few lines to the loved ones at Lancas ;7 ,7. thy. Tho junk of Japan Is consider- v. v. a. 111 every ably superior to that used In China. Missis-- . pt i fur m visit. in order to protect the game on our We handle the genuine Kaiiauhn salt, ler. explaining how hard we aro train- tiini wiin me i. Camp the average soldier has more op' lauds for a period of three yearn we Mr .1 l. iturchell Is visiting Mi. It does not harden in the band. ing and preparing ourselves to knock portumties than in civil life, mi cheer bind ourselves not to hunt thereon, nor Hudson, Ituuliest & Fnrnait, the bottom out of the Kaiser's SauerA (! Iiutm-t ut li'ivi'iinu, Products of Genius. up m ithers, for the Armv is filled with permit anybody else to do so. and we Missis Ethel ami Emma EUidge There Is not u bit of routine, howViola Cawood. May .Smilli anil kraut Hariel, nr.d give him u diet from good and reliable associates whe aio ever cheap our unthinking mlmt may further agree tu prosecute with dili...ettt Mi.tulty In Kichtiiuntl. Turner of HercH College were our Spiinglleld Killes that he can never tuug'ut to die before dishonor. forget count It, that was not started by gence ull persons who violate the game Mr. mid 41m G. W. Uiceweic visit- - guests of Miss Murie Ledfnrd, Sunday. Now whils we are n long ways from genius. The fundamental facilities of laws of Kentucky or trespass upon our All the boys ii Camp Fremont arc week. cm In Stnilht.cld the past Mfir, Jo,() mM),ti nf CtuWr Co. vei.V anxious for the opportunity to our native State, just remember a let- life, the things' we Use as careless); lands for the purpose of hunting. And Hiss j mew lsexwcteil home irom CKt. am Kobert Arnold of Slate Col get on the battle front in rrnncc to ter from our liomctuwn is highly ap- as wo tread the pavement the very , we further ugree to act as Deputy New Mexico tlic first of Di comber. lege spent the wrk-K- i with the home i deliver somo of out hot lead nnd steel preciated, no matter wio they aro from. flro wo light, the tools we handle at Game Wardens for the purpose of carnur work, the food wo eat each rep- rying out this agreement. Except each ; Mr I!. G Wmsls was u business vis- people. across "no man' land" in order to; With best wishes to nil. I remain, resent some early triumph of man's of us have the right to kill rabbits on itor in illiaiiisburg tlx past week. ui,n l,1B cornet oir the Kaiser's head! Mrs Arch Clark, aixl uii Mr. Mark spirit. exchange. Lawreiu-our .'arms or permit it to be done by A. Durham, him into a real human Harry MeWhorterwere Clark and Mi Mr hiiJ Mr of llei.'a'lii"'vert Supply Co . liith. Inf., another under our supervision, or the liiTmiuvillij several days the past week, i ea were guels of Mr. hihI Mm. liubt. i IwiiiK. Musk Like Radium. supervision of somo responsible ard Camp Fremont, Calif. i The soldiers at tliis post consist ! Ledfoid. Misj Alary v inner, who lias Deem Musk lias certain nullonellve prop-crtle- i reliable person sclec'ed by us. one j two regiments of Infantry and pending several weeks in Louisville, that cause the odor of the perMiss Fannie Duudeti who has lieen Cavalry, and out ot This November 15th, 1015. this small body fume tu be curried through tho air In teaching ut Stony IW.a Is at honir. ; .001,9 lhcro wa- - Sl8,0fx invested it at home. J. E. Itobiuuu, a very extraordinary way. The radii' II. L. Elkin, MU Luclle I.arkev U visiting her for i 3ohn D. Rockefeller "'Mi- and Mrs. John Wvmmeru eiiests I.lbei tv Ilonds. Now, you can iiu.;gine' W. II. Urown. active propirty of musk nltects very Jno. M. Farra. fflw ,',, of Mr and Mrs. Win. Herndon in 4lad-!!- l what we buys ate iIj.. tor the luve of. Alex Wulker, strangely the, nattwx who carry it to W. II. Burton. Tells How To Succeed I son the past week. The ovUr uppr given under iho our country. It makes the boys and, market. If a package of musk Is held llaselden Dros., T. A. Elkin. Inter ' Inllnule close to the body for any length of J. II. Dalton, Miss Hester l'alrick was called to auspices nf tli W. ('. T. V. Halloween J myself feel veiy proud nnd fortunate to1 W ttorUV F. M. Tinder, en. granul ly th TslUs g.,t .1 'utlt-...-. lu flur, I time It produces sores that are de John II. Smith, in Carlisle on Ft Iduy liy the eve, was n delightful alfair and netful be in an organization like this. her home Logan Hubble, iu!, immUIiic j!Ipc slvlnr lu Ecrlbed as being similar In character The people tn this neighborhood treat : the ladles fD. Illness of her mother. (I. M. Deshon. J. N. Ro.s. I Forbes IV" gnzine I to thoe caused by pure radium. ,1.- .- I... t..I II, I). Cox, Miss Lucy Francis spent several days Fisher Herring, Mr. Ilarrv Fwufis and Miss Jeunello I "?,K,V'"K V' 1.. luj-"7" Hughes llros, in Lancaster the past week the guest Kld.idge motor.il to Dueville Saturday ,v,"r" re J. W, Sweenst, SPECIAL 8 I.u. for $1 Semitic Languages. so encourages and cheers us to the last (I if )0U SCt I'tOIUDtlp W. M. Mahsn. Dros. of Mrs Saulley Hughes. afternoon fur Iht fiuit-baganiu In I Hebrew uud ('liablco are sister dia- Withers fit Ms IIKIi. Ill Ililluial. tirl degree. .plrlus silkies uu tu.ln.. sn,t Miss Murium I .oil fori I bus returned twen Slate and Center. lects of a great family of languages William, Marcus and Jim White. l'ul,ll.U.,l ctcri llr.aucr Wo also have u large V, M. C. A. B. F. Wilmot. J. U. Tope, home after a two mouths visit with her j Mrs. Kate IV) Ion, who has tu which the uuiue of Semitic has srffks Uktt laupoa been buiUing close by, which plays u great a. Mrs. David Chenault, wlili ll.im una ut will (), ally been given from the real or sup- Fred J. Conn, blether in Miuml-Uir- g wsllit-rniuu- s ' sending several weeks with Mrs. J. iiUiulinr tonUlAlrg pait in keeping the boys cheerful ut W. It. Cook. posed descent ot the people speaking J, W. Elmore, UKliMlrr Inlfrvl.s Rev. Howling tilled his regular ap- , Wade Wulker. letiirnwl to her home in our leisure liouis and it is u place where IlulTman Bros, them from the patriarch Shew. Sheni T. C. Itankln. Vttt pointment at the Chi is nan clum-- Sun- U'Xinglon the past week, all men In unlfoun are welcome. was the eldest son of Noah, hum (Ge- Sam Cotton, Win. G. Anderson. FORBES MAGAZINE day morning and at t iling, Mia. Lee Led ford returned Saturday nesis ft::i2) when his father had at- T. M. Arnold, Jr. Of course, with all the pleasures I W. B. Mws P.L.I, 120 Broadway, N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. Kobeit llruce, of Stun- - night from llattioiburi; Miss. She ex. have had in the Golden West and all tained the age of 300 years. He was R E. Henry. Jno. M. White, . Nsm Mr, ami Mrs. pecis to visit relatives here for a few the sights 1 have witnessed on mv ninety-eigh- t years old, married and A. D. Bradshaw, ford were guesit of , Bright Herring. Slrt.t , childless at the time of the deluge, lie R. L. Woods Walker on Sunday, 'days snd then go to her home in liar. travels through the l'hlllipines and Scott IlutTrrM Barker. yiir 8iu. ... .v. died at the age of six hundred years. Japan, 1 have a large space in my heart Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Sloan and Miss Ian Co. Wm. and Liiziu Onstott. .. JUTS SJWSC . Army and Navy Young In view of the fact that this county will he canvassed on November 1 lt.li. in the intercut of- - the V. M. C. A. work in the Auny Cantonments, the letter that the Record lias just received from a (.annul county hoy who has been in training for the past three years, mid in which he speaks in no uncertain terms of the work done in these camps by the V. M C. A., we print here bis letter in full, that makes me long to be in dear o'U Lancaster once moie to remind me of my happy days of youth. I received the Lancaster Record u few days after mv arrival in California, givinn the names of boys who were called to the colors which made me feel like joining their Regiment, if such could be done, where we could talk of "Home Sweet Home", and when- - mv three years of Military Training would be of great belli to those that know little or nothing about the game of war. It would bu n great plea Jin e for me to explain what little knowledge I have had drilled into my cranium since August 1014. The first lesson for the recruit is obedience. Tne Burdens of Life Old Theory Exploded. and time lire tho heaviest burI have known iisi quantities of life, nml the. unhnppiest of ull nonsense inlked iihout Imd men not dens of mortals are those who have more of looking you In tin- - face. Don't trust either tlinti they know how to iie. Dr. that ronvfiitlimnl Idea. Dishonest Jolinnn. people uill tare nil out of rounten-iintic- e any day In the week If there Is nnytliln: to be got by It. Dickens. Moon Was Broke. il Harold, Ouo evening scolug the new moon, ran to bis mother greatly excited and said: "Oh, luaiiimn, eoiiH' quick and see, the moon's nil broke." The undersigned hereby give warning to all persons not to trespass upor our lands tor any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all offenders to ful test extent of tM law. Hunters and Fishermen especially take notice. nauiei" pic's last It. L. Elkin Ed&NlII'nce II. 0. Arnold. J. C. Iligshy. The Way Smoothers. Mrs. E. L. Fraree John Tatum. Blessed are the happiness makers! It. L. Arnold. T. It. Slavir, ore they Hint remove friction. C. M. Moberly. Blotd It. :,. parper. Unit TuaWr tilt tonnes of life smooth S, (,', Itig.tiy, II. M. Intercourse of man genu...- -and tho Sirus Daily. Julia Parks nenry Ward Bcecher. Name to Remember. Olle was wnHiIng a neighbor making pie imd was told it was lemon niorluguc. The next day the little tut enmo back aud asked, "What as that Hard POSTED Leslie's Iar. k' ,, n? '1 l.,.,.,.mt i),y i " 'T, l" The Central Record, Thursday, Nov 8 !9I7. VOUUIIMJ IT IN THIS COLUMN, Charlie Miller, aged It, shot and hi a year. slightly wounded Kubn Vovntcr and ssuEO Werkly. Arthur GafTney, last Saturday night Furnished rooms for rent with lights near rreachersville. while attending a and bnth. J. K. KOBINSON. Editor. O. Huck. :it place, l'oyn-tc- r nntl Mtfr. negro meeting neHr that In the- wrist, R.L. Kl.KIN. Loco! Editor WANTED: Fifty Ilrown Leghorn received his wound J. S. Stone, llourno Ky. while GafTney was hit in the hip and pullets. atrrt it ho l'oat omee In linoittr. Kr., shoulder. , Itoonw for Kent. Call phone fll. Mont CUM SUM Mtticr What the trouble came up over has never yet been explained. Member Kentucky Press Association Wanted to buy 500 bushels of walnut?. Miller escaped on the trnin for Louisud ville but was Intercepted at Stanford Will pay good price. II. B. Northcott. League. Eighth District Publishers by Shcntr Weatherford, who held him For Sid'j: Extra good Jcrtey mill: until sherltr Dullard arrived and he vm lt-JIt. W. II. Mason. cow, placed in jail here Sunday afternoon. Uncultr, Ky., November 8, 1917 did the He denied at first that he Itooms for Kent. Suitable for houseshooting, but afterwards admitted it keeping. Miss Fannie Rates For Political Announcements nnd claimed self defense, saing that Citv DUlscs . . .$ 5.00 both Poyntcr and GalTney were udvan For Precinct and FOK SALE: Piano, practically new. 10.00 cing on him with drawn ' wcapoi.s, one "'or County Offices Will sell woitli the money.' Phono 319. tor State and District Offices.... lo.W of them striking him over the head. Mrs. W. II. Dudley. 10 For Calls, per line Miller was broght before Judge 1 For Cards, tier line Tuesday morning and admitted to LOST: Bull bitch pup. white with bond of $M0. which he gave with Will blue spots, cars cropped and tail short. ?ot all publications in the interest of Individuals or expresas his Reward. Cornell and Millard Johnson J. C. Morgan, Lancaster. sion of individual views, per bondsmen. 10 Wanted 2000 good fat turkeys. Will line 05 pay highest market piice, delivered at Obituaries, per line CATTLE BREEDERS MEETING. Lancaster, fiom 10th to 18th. II, II. Northcott. A meeting of the representative cat HANDSOME GARAGE tle feeders mid breeders of Kentucky LOST: Small while bill' dog, with has been called by Commissioner of Ag one brown spot. I'ewnrd if returned And "Service Station" Opened By Has riculture, Mat S. Cohen, to convct.e at to Depot at Lancaster. Any Informathe Phoenix Hotel, Lexii.gton, Kentucky tion appreciated. elden Brothers. It kJ. Friday, November 9th. 1017 nt two kinds of plain and fancy sewing, All When the Garage and "Service Sta o'clock in order to discuss the impor Satisfaction at reasonable prices. tion" recently built on Lexington bt. tance and need ot stimulating the cat guaranteed. Mrs. F. Morgan. opened its doors to thn traveling pub- tle feeding and cattle breeding Indus Bichmond St, next door below Powell's lic last Saturday morning, one of the tries of the State, which industries at store. Service this time are at n lower ebb than at most complete and Harness and Saddle nnd Collar CutStations in Central Kentucky was com any time since the Civil War. Every cattle feeder nnd cattle breeder in the ters, Wax Thread Machine Operator-nleted. The building which is "00 feet long Slate is invited to lie present at this Harness Makers, men having experience by 40 feet wide is modern in every meeting and express his views as to in Custom Shop can soon learn our Heing the best ways and means of meetirg method of cutting. Good wages and thing that the word implies. built entirely of concrete and iron, it this emergency and stimulating these six months work, good hoard can be absolutely fireproof, perfectly lighted, industries in order to augment the sup had for $3 and up. No Ikbor trouble 'fell ventilated and heated and is a ply of beef and to better prepare for and open shop. Railroad fare advancwhich will nec- ed to men furnishing references. credit to this progressive firm. The Perkins Campbell Co., Every inch of it was built with an essarily be made upon this country. C22 Broadway, Cincinnati. It is hoped that all who arc intciest-eidea of convenience and no money was in cattle feeding or breeding may be spared in making it complete in every detail. The spacious show room in present at this imirortant meeting. WANTED TO RENT front, will accomodate several machines, Sooner the better, small house for the Ford being their leader, hiving sold NOTED TALKER. laborer, Nafc pay. Phohe 3S2-about 75 duiing the past your and have E. C. Cheatham. contracted for 100 more fo. the coming Miss Curry Breckinridge, daughter season. Their stock roum where ot the late Col. W. C. P. Ureckinridge. are kept for this popular machine, who has been in the trenches for some FOR SALE ORIENT. H perfectly arranged and several thoustime, has just returned to this country My 'house and lot in Buckeye. and pieces arc kept in stcck at all and she has kindly consented to come Mrs. Mary Dickersnn. Richmond Ky. times. The upper story will accomo to Danville on November 11th, when 00.1 West Main. date several car loads of machines 'and she will speak nt the couit house at three rooms are on this floor to uccom 2;30 P. M. on that day. Her subject FOR SALE modate the mechanics who will remain will deal of her experiences in the on duty both day and night. She Is highly educnted, trenches. Old Fashion Walnut desk in good The waiting rcom for ladies is beau- traveled much, thinks much, expresses condition. Price $30. tifully furnished and every convenience herself with case and graec and will Dr. Wm. I. Pryor. Kates entertain her hearers on the above looked after for their comfort. for'stoiing automobiles are fixed at $5 date. She will be accompanied to Danu month, r0 cents for a night nnd 25 ville by Miss Lizzie Bogle, who is to Tohocco, corn and grass land; Alio cents for day if left over two hours. accompany Dr Harrow's Medical Corps Itepair work of every character will to France as head nur3e. It is to be a good tenant wanted. E. C. McWhorter. Paint Lick. be looked after by a corps of mechani- hoped that Miss Bogle will also have a cians that understand their business, message to her many Danville friends. Inwith a motto for quick service. RENT. FOR The lecture will be absolutely free and stalled in this station is electricial con- the public Is cordially invited to be Nice five room cottage with bath and nections used in charging bntteries, present. -- Danville Advocate. electric lights, barn and large garden, work of this character having heretoThe people of Garrard are asked to on Hill St. Possession Jan. 1, 1918. fore been sent to Louisville or I.exfng-to- hear this lecture and wu hope many See W. S. Emory, or write me at .122 . will go. E. High St.. Lexington. It. T. Embry Mr. It. 11. llatson has charge of the 9. business management of the entire station and we think that no better MUST ADD MORE STAMPS. AUTO FOR SALE. u election could havjrbeen made. Patrons of the Lancaster Having enlisted in thn service of IlrJtners are to be commended for are being reminded by Postmaster their enterprise and the patronage they Ilrown that the Increased postage rates "Uncle Sam" 1 olfer my Moline Road ster for suK Call on Dr H. .1. Patrick should receivo from the on first class mail matter .went into ef Paint Lick. Ky. This car inu?t be sold, to bring them good teturns on their fect at midnight Thursday night, Nov- Ask for price. W. I. Carman. heavy investment. s ember 2nd. Letters and other mail will be subject to postage on and NOTICE. AN AGRICULTURAL FAIR FOR after that time at the rate of '! cents The best time to plant fruit und shade for each ounce or fraction thereof. If bucIi letters or postcaidi are not trees, blooming shrubs, ihubard, aspar GARRARD COUNTY. fully prepaid, they will be returned to agus, grape vines, reses, peonies, per Garrard County should have an Ag- the sender, and the letter heart at ennials, etc, is in the FALL. Get our ricultural Fair. Nearly all the counleast 2 cents iiostage. it will be for large illustrated catalog of everything ties surrounding Garrard have had one, warded to destination fcr collection of for Orchard, Lawn and Garden. Finest so Why not Garrard? stock grown anywhere the amount due. Madison held her third one this year, All postal cardi, whether or not they H. F. MLLENMEYER & SONS, mid It was certainly a credit to the bear written messages, must rurry Lexington, Kentucky, county. No one could look over the postcards cents postage. " display cf farm products and think that must bear a 1 cent stamp additional. Madison had not done her part in helpTEN THOUSAND" The postage on drop letters- - Intending to feed the world. Hcrea holds her ed for delivery within the postal disfifth one this week and Laurel County STENOGRAPHERS trict of the office where mailed. Includ held one at which DOUO people were ing delivsry by city and rural, carriers WANTED BY THE GOVERNMENT. present. will be 2 cents on ounce or fraction It is generally conceded that Garrard thereof. Special to The RECORD. County is one of the li"st counties in The rate of postage on printed raids Nashville, Tenn.. November , 1917. the state and her faun products are bearing the words "Postcard" or "Pri- Hon. John A. Mcllhcnny, President of Now, widely and justly celebrated. Mailing Card", winch do not luar the Commission, Washing why not get together, offer u few pie. vute uny wiitten additions unauthorized on ton, D. C, recently wrote to Drnugli miums and get tonic of these products third class mail mutter, is not nlfected, on's College, Nashville, urging that on ditplay. The third floor of the Hex ('allege to help the United States Gov Garage Is an excellent place to hold the eminent to secure more stenographers, ahow und Kfunaird tiros, haveigignltled both men and women, the Government their willingness to donate the building. now being in need of ten thousand The show could consist of displays of stenographers and many corn, tobacco, wheat, barley, oats, ut salaries ranging from one, thousand hemp seed, poultry etc. Moderate dollars to twelve hundred dollars u year premiums should be oll'ered. about $2, to begin on. for first, the Idea being not to stress In his letter. Mr. Mcllhcnny urges the Idea of premiums but to arouse a young men and young women who are little friendly competition among the not trained for Government office posifarmers. Then if it were thuuglit f v atr tic tions to Ugin now to take the ueceas-arMb i l i oil the products with the ex ' ,.-(usut hi - hi r.ni training, as the prospect is that I' ' ue hkt ll"I, ception of pjullry could be given to the demand will continue indefinitely. the Itfd Cross and auctioned oil. Univo your Iwir Draughon's Nashville College Is now doubtedly the show could be made a a natural look receiving from business men more than success and should be held, Ijflfatt uil I fcl'lt lvliw. , . "T ',. one hundred calls a month for bookkeepers and stenographers. FOR RENT. To show Its patriotism, Draughon's ' . Nashville College is oiruring special r.. v a For Year 1918, house owned mid forterms to all who desire to prepare, at merly occupied by It, T. Embry on Hill llailmtu Pi.i.la.. U.ct. 10 college or by mail, for these good Court. Possession at once, If desired. it rurl'( Ax K. T Cllr Urightjlierring, positions. It pd. INCORPORATED. I S t. d lt-ptf TheCentral Record WINGS TWO. Girls and Boys 18 Years or Under Q E 111r 51 IB Q U $ 1 0.00 $10J 00 $10.00 GOLD WATCH IVORY SET. or a PAIR OF GOLD GLASSES, properly fitted to your eyes. Your choice of the iilxivc will lie tfiven to the boy or girl making the most words out of the letters in the word OP-TOM-E-TRI- ST A Second Prize of a $5.00 GOLD RING will be ijivcn to the one coming second - Condition Of The Contest.1. 2, i focml nt the foot of this paper. Any paper coninining n misspelled wnrd, or a word I. All words must he spelled rorrcclly. letters not found in the word OPTOMKTRIST will he destroyed For instiiut e the word OlTOMl TRIST contains three .f letter T. nnd two of letter 0, your words may have that muny, hut only one r f P. M. K. R. I. or S. eon-taini- Name ntul ndiiress must he plainly written. Boy or riirl must lie 18 yenrs old or tinder. Pnpcr must tic liended with the correct ilclinition of the wml fHTOMCTRIST. This Is Easy! Get Busj! See The Prizes In Our Window Definition of word OPTOMETRIST: An OPTOMETRIST is n specialist in examining Kycs without the use of dangerous drugs' and m ti'tint classes which relieve etc .strain nnd Improve poor vision An OPTOMKTRIST is n grndunte of nn Optomctric College, luniiiU spent enrs in the study of s und their defects. An OPTOMETRIST does not operate upon the ejes. or treat them with drills, and if such treatment should he necessary, the patient is sent to n specialist in that line. An OPTOMETRIST advises jjlasses only when they arc necessary tin-eye- Contest Closes November 24th, and all Papers must be in on that date MILDRED B. Winslow Jewelry S Optical Co. Artificial Limbs Long Known. Wk MISS WINSLOW, OPTOMETRIST. Danville, Kentucky. Arttailal bi'llovnl. and arms ui-iv- , tt Ii farm7ornt in l'uypt iin rarly as TO, 1J. O. Thi-wvtu Hindi' by the-- prlcstt, who uinv the physicians if that rarly llnio. ncil Window v SIZES UUT Glass 'Pi- Sanitary Individual Spoon. AinmiK the lattM sanitary uppllnnrc fur public entitle place Is .. Spoon preyed fnmi paper that ran thrown iiuny after nlns. The Tendency of Things. AND PUTTY. TO ORDER. Has-elde- post-olTic- e The wHe politician-- , are thoc vh Iiavu leanii'd from experience the rem tendency of things, who eun climb the rocks vthcrc other haw been wrecked, or from foreslcht eun be cool when peril Is upon them. I'mude. Not Called "Dead Sea" In Dibit. Thu name of Dead hii" occurs In the Bible. Thl-- t name doc not appear to have exluted until tin Kccoud century nftcr ChrlM. In th Old Testament thin body of wuter It nnd thu Sen of tht called the Salt l'hdn. j Profitable Reading. The woman wlm does not l;ee j nbrenM with what x tnklnu pirn Is d' Injustice. Then I liur licru'lf ii la no possible exeue for liiior.iii(e II tills day when opportunity If open It, nil throUKh thu pnMIu MhnoN, the pub-- , He library und ihe newspaper. Us-ihanKe. public,-deserv- first-clas- STOW DRU6 STORE. (m 10 w Distinctive dress depends on correct information VOGUE (iifi r . One-ce- !..'. ''' v . I'uMuhed twit c M. I i i ' i . " "' ..U X' e Revenue From Alaskan Sealt. Of nil the treasure In Alafcku. the are prolitilily iinmiiK the inot valuable. Unlike mineral weiillh. they need never run out, foi, In roukc , luencu of their powers of lenroduc-llouthey can jleld under reuvmiiblc ciutrol n InrKO nnd eoiitlnuoui. revenue for jin Indefinite future. n 1: (' I i I crn'um fcr .i - r ii- -. i r tr N .Ml' , i g 4. N i . . . Serial S'W.A It l .u 1 offer, cd nu money now ..! tl N i ii., i,t Ijy Ni'i , V t.'ff M Iilftl Mr ''r Mm inn1. wit ry lf -, ( .'. YiCtifai. "( nt V... b.tflnoi'' lrl4M." ri I 'H .' 1 n4rrr:m l i i - .' lid - " : .nt J ..(... "iw "I t - I'.l 11 fi SlmUe.spcBru" cmdeiii should only mull plnutM ns are mentioned h works. In ahuliei-pcarHieso range. -- I..... ......... .I..,. iv iriuu Iljiueoi mil iiiii4.uv tho lowl puusy with columbine, crocus und rue. It xhould hu neiirly sijuare formul In deslKii, with 11 sundial iiml u plae In ti utcr with rough btouc lliiifKlnjr. i.on Anseles Tlmen. How Thty Do It You hae dotihuVsa been thrilled by a Jungle fcccuu lu tho movies where a lion closely purxues tho fleetlus hero. Inc. It U ii real lion, too, and tiny body can ey that they lire really running. It U nil dnno by rocaux of u treadmill upon which tho lion la anfely chalued, IIioukIi lit bouda are not Ho la Induced to run, tho heroine murks time with all tier tulKht und u painted background of tropical ecencry t moved putt them at high tpced on rollers. Trtee In Shaketpeare Gardtni. (' LOUISVILLE ATTRACTIVE SERVICE AND CONVENIENT SCHEDULES TAKK the tllre- - t litu; to Kentucky's Metropol is from nil points east or wct. Two Through Trains Dally with tiioriiinU nml eveniutt nrrival, whichuver is preferred. ful1 infxriiiitiou apply to your local t'c'l'ta uKrnt or write C. KING, Division y . - I'assrngtr Agl., Lexinglou, !. Ky. . Southern Railway System The Central Record, Thursday, Nov 8, 1917. 4 iHfTni-i- If you Doubt our ability to sell you better garments for less money, just drop in and take a look at our all wool, man YOUR WINTER UNDERWEAR Smart Snappy MADA- Mwill lie sntisffictofi' if you liny it hero wlirir nil tin; kiiil nrc dinwn nml n proper fit is nsstircil, Footwear for Ladies and dren who like thing different. Chilsome- Wo know tlir most iinpnrtiint features of Mitiifdciory Have you seen our wonderful display of TAILORED SUITS k COATS Underwear is n proper iit and lliats what you fjet hero, whether you are tall. "litn. short, stout or regular. We're jllwl to show what wo have whether you ohooso to huy or not WOOLENS mid made up in the seasons best models for those who appreciate correct styles. SILKS in all the newest weaves and colors. The WHY PAY $40. Joseph A RANGE! Mercantile Company Miss Mnrv Arnold of Stanford Sunday at home. spent hers of the various Exemption Hoards throughout the state. )rs. J. II. Kinmdrd and J. M. Acton Miss Luetic Thompson is viitiug her are nttct,ding the State Medical meet- inter. Mrs. Harden l.eavcll. when we will sell you equally as good for ing nt Louisville this week. Mrs. J. II. Shackelford a 'id children Heating Stoves as good as or Little 'tiliy Sister " Camrr, of' to Iliitonvilie. are home from a visit A tlrltf Mintlon of the Cominji rd charming little guest Moores for $30. and $35. Small Heaters Casey has joiueil her bus SUnfonl, nu3 the Mrs. Jack Goin$ Ly Those Wi An Interested In. I!. lUltiesburg Miss . last Saturday of .Mr. and Mr. J. liund. Dr. Casey, at and Mount. , for a visit. hVU'U thw i:rh Wntfon $70. Corn Shollers Cheap Jlr. II. It. Kojse and daughter. Mrs. Ocveland Unne is the guei-- t thir Curtis Sanford is at home from AkKtith, of Decatur, HI., are guests of week of Mrs. Juries Gilbert mi Ilich. ron Ohio neori Mr. Hint Mr.'. T. W. Hrad-hainond Street. ' McCrenry. Mis l.lirahcth Srcll was in l.pn;g. We are glad In stale thut Mr. Httien Deal House. The ton. Saturday. f Howling Mr. Mm gun llughe-Walker who lias lieen quite ill I on tireen, Assistant State I'ann Agent, I'ruf. I'. Hopkins spent the week-len- d to recover v su.nt Wcdnwl..v x.uh our I'nrln Agent in Gtoigetown Mis tills Mae Hourno was the gueit Mr. Will Kogtis. He is also assisting Mi ) Nancy Iaiiir is the guest .of her of Mr. and Mrs. John Underwood In Mr. Sackett on Food Conservation, WE HAVE A NICE LINE OF sister. Mrs. John Koss. Danville last week. (!) Mr. and Mrs. Ilowanl liice. of Hich-- , Mr James Wood is at lion Mrs. V. II. Waddle of Someiset will inond, Indiana, me visiting relntives in fmni lien-laCollege for ii brief visit. the city. They were accompanied to r arrive Tuedny for n visit to .fis lleazlev at McCrear.v. the city hy Mrs Margaret Marksbury, Mits Murlliu 'limlor is nt home nflcr ( who !ihh lieen their guests for several a visit to friends in North MidJIetoA'ii. Cincin-iDr. I'rinlus Walker, of the the months. School of Veterinary was I Mrs. lleurgiu Link is in Louisville nati city the lirst urt of the week. Friends of Mrs. Hen HuRhei will lie i;i with her sister. Mm. It. K. Hughes. pleased to know that she has aullicient-Mrs. Chas. ltunkin and handomo Mrs. Itmidolph lluuis is tin; guest of ly'ivcovcred to return to her home on Ready-To-We- ar son, Chas Jr.. are visiting her patents, hei daughter, Mrs. IVipI.s of Coving", Stanford street, after u serious opera-lioMr. and Mrs. Ham in Somerset. at the Danville hospital a lew. ,(:) ton prices. We meet cnitetiiimi our lino ami 'our CUdys. the Uright little weeks ago. Your, trailo is very much appreciated Miise IVurl und Katie Haines daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alford Poyn n were chutuiiiig viii'j. A letter from Sherman H. tiay, Jr.. in I.exinK- - tor. is very sick at their home on tin from Fort Uliss tells us he has ur.listi d (!) Huckeve pike. in the aviation corns as mechanic, that M ler Cei.c Austin, who is atler.d-waMrs. J. Kdna Arnold from Koekastle hu is in the Iiest of health, and enjov-Ini! u'himl at St. Mnrj, ul iioiiii' LANCASTER. KY Cu. and Mrs. Nannlu Drown of Hrad-- ! ing his patri ilie work, he also .isks to Ii for til" Week end. Hi dock N. Dakoln, hive been visiting ' ho remembered to nil hu friends. Will iti'-- Atmiti of State College was Mrs. .loo Francis. . Mr. Henry Simpa-came. over fiuin nt home fm the Week end with his pal-- , r.n'j tny- -' John L.iiigtcii last Mondaj Mesdsines (Jeoige .Robinson, en Ik. Hi ,hhI Mis. .1. A Anion. Farra. IJohert Klkin and Miss Minnie ed Icstiir enough to put one" under the) . m Sattuday and I Mao Rolitnson and Irvine St.ipp inotoi-- . roostei last Tuetdav. Henry is pleased Mr Walt, r Hum tor the day, with I uxiugton. andw iys r.e.Mt to f,m- Sunday i.t I uuisville with Ida brother, u1 to Lexington, Tue-da- y Mr Anion Hum.- - who is in the camp , , ,,, . .. ,, caler. its the best tOA'n on the map. 3iesrs l. l l ii On urmviuHs; nuu in there. Among those who came home tn vote 'Ferguson Miller, weie in Lebanon. Mr James Stugg, the iionmar rlerk from Saturday until Monday wheie were Messrs IMd Walker. Jim West. in Mi'ltoheite. has been nuiie ill. but i tliee inineil ill,, k'nii-litof l.'nluniliin. George Farris, Jesse Arnold, S. D. Improving his fi lends will b. Rlail tul Turner, Ceorge Harris, Covveii Iloiirne, Miss IlueUh Ueailev was hostess at Hob Tumlinson, Jr. W. S. Fergu-ou- , know. a six o'clock dinner Friday, in honor of (;jvllB Terrill, Will Conn and John u.i.. .i u iiiei cwkk n10 lWl, uridai couples, .Mr. and .Mr. Ilogie. und Mines "Hilly" Sanders mid 1'e.irli i.i.,i,.ii n..,i..,. n,.,i u. tr nitu cnhBrrlhiTS rs tirrinri tn mil hu linm.i 'I lie pie supper given at the Herring Dickerson wen- - in Ilarrod.Imrg hist itav llogie. Vi bcr und not by name. In a community of this size the sunduv School liou"e on last Friday evening auccc"s. n operators cannot possibly remember the names or oil I Mrs o. i:. Henry ami utile son. Itov. F. M. Tinder cune over from was u decided Miss Hannahneat mini be- Loyd Huuine North Middletown for u few daj this lug realized. Miii.ui. of Kirkiviiie. apent lust subscribers; when you call by name you delay your ' week. lie has jmt closed u meeting wus the luekv winner in the "pretty; Mr" Mil- Mr . theiu which resulted in !I0 additions to tills contest", and was nwardeil nj service and hamper its efficiency. j haiuHoino Ikix of can l.v. that church. All telephones arc known to the operators by Miss Florence Johnson, came over Mit. J. J. Thomps'ii enteiluined at! Dr. ami Mrs. M. S. Hatlield and two lTum numbers which nre on the switchboard directlv in .1... .......I .....1 ...Itl. Saturday and spent interesting children, lOlsie and Kruost, n 12 u'clerk dinner Sundav, those presM . s "" "jnhiHon. 1'"" "" iwumei. .ni, wete in Kevito. pail of last wek, the ent weie, Mr. und Mts. J. II, Thomp.1 mi. Jl jrotti ui tiiciii. uireciury is yuur iiiuca tu uiu i.uu son, Mr. and Mrs, John Kig.by. Mr. ot nor switchboard and should be consulted before making a Miss Margaiel Smith of Jellico Tean. guests Wallersparent. Mr. am) Mik. and Mrs. HuyUiii Leavell, Mr. Joer II wno lias ueen in trunktoil with tela- Cres. Mr. Chas. Thompson nt Livings-- ! Call. Mr. Louis Lundiam spent a falriy ton and Misii Patve Ferkiiisof Stanfonl. lives, has returned here, and is ngiiii Call by number and help the operator serve the charming guest of Mrs. Stephen a. restful night. The change for the better came Monday. All ure Imping he Walker. Perfectly Simple. you better. , e.'ill li, alib. In be out in a feu iIiivk. r.nrM.ne if ieip durlus his, Miss I ,oia Powell, of Richmond. "I'd n ill.. 'm.. " heriniiiin." "I don't." "How ever do Miss Hlizalietli Mutphy of P.iducili, go to "Don't you My awiikeV came over fiom Lexington with Miss' Messrs John M. Farra and Tom chlireh.' StormcK Dunq and were her! laid am in Louisville this week to hear J nn nddress hy liov. Stanley to th mem- attractive unests for two days. $75. OR $80. FOR f Gossip About People veVi CUT Tins OUT -IIS WORTH MONEY T ' i $50. $5.00, $6.00 $7.00. J ( J. R. MOUNT & CO. Q - . , ' writing your name and address clearly. You will receive in return atrial package containing Foley's Honey and Tr Compound, forbroncbialcnd la ftrlppe coughr, colds and croup: Foley Kidney Pilit, for lame back, weak kidneys, rheumatism, bladder troubles; and Foley Cathertic Tablets, a wholesome and thoroughly cleaning cathartic for constipation, biliousness, headache and slufisb bowels. You will also receive, free ol charge, Foley's Family Almanac, containing "Alphabet for Children" and "Health Hints": Foley's Booklet on "Kidney Diseases" ccd a fen simple tucttion3 for those having kidney and bladder troubles. You can ticurc all these (or only Sc For sulc hy nil dealers. .tCo.,2843 Sheffield Ave., Chicago, III., DON'T MISS THIS. Cut eut this lip, enclose it with 5c and mail to Foley t Sweaters, Underwear, Hats, Caps Rain Coats, Boys Clothing, Men's Odd Coats and Pants. Ladies Hats. pt I I n i AS YOU I 1 n Knew This is a velour season ! ; it Sander's" Variety Store. 1 ft I .i 1 See our Line Also our line of e 1 ' ' liiit Help The Operator ' Suit Hats in all the new shades New goods each week. RELLA ARNOLD ) Serve You Better. Tsinhimr v i 'iXJf vM i'itn.iiast I inc SJ ii.. . ' r ' i Bastin Teleplione Co. flMliiOiflg HEATING. GUTTERING, ROOF- I in.idt'i iiiltiliimni wuge" l the In(t"-- t (cptrll'iitlnii In KKehil sebiice, now la lug unsl In arbitration enurta Itl the roiiuuoinvi-Hltof South Alls "A Htri's a New Wage Term. THAT EOOF ; 151 IVp will hflvp on rtlnnlnv triilla Soy Deans as Food. Into ihe tfnlt ii Slates more than mie hundred year-- . ngii piliiinrily for um m ii forage crop, nre In reality one of th niot until-timi- s us of Ihe beau family when u-of huiiiiin food, iieeorillng to Kov tieiins. IntrniliK-i- ! ING, ROOF PAIRING, RE- need attention. It will be ruined before Spring. LET US SELL YOU THE PAINT x. x Lj.o.y auu uaiutuaj v . ri the newest things in 8 yf the ilepartincnt nf iigrleulture. Vlroinla's View. Virginia. tml fmii. U extremely fond of peuniilx. 'she hm tin iimhl-- ! Hon tn eut n Nii kfnl nf theiu. Her mother told her it would hill her t Virginia's Mill wi tunny. Tin' other day glimdfiilhci-nskis- l her vihut Mie woiilt do If he Dhoiild tlie. Virglniii wu ver thoughtful for ii moment und then wild leiirfully. "I'd eat u aiiek nf pen. nuts mill die, tiMi." Ventilating and all kinds of Tin Work. I Beavers, Velours, and Trimmed Hats. i incur. ! Your business iippreciatctl. will ...s WoRobertsDrugStore t MINNIE BROWN. 2 PI WILLIAMS fhe .antral Hecorri. Thursday, Nov 8, 1917. Well "Armed"! When co:ni.dy comes Q thare is no time to f W waste no c!mee3 lo Si Ja l.v taken o tr;thcr y ;s tha1" tb i . al ij ays a can of jlj .Multifarious Ways In Which the Association Appeals to Your Boy, , There are Y, M. C. A dugjiits right Your Neighbor's Boy, or Some Boy You Know and Love 'behind the front line trenches, where Creates a Helpful Environment in Cantonment, on Way Overseas, the soldiers can got hot drinks, rrark-,er- s and other comforts at all hours, in Front Line Trench and Beyond First to Aid as He Comes Over 2,000 men who bad been reject Tottering Back Give Your Share of the $35,000,000 Required to ed nn account ot physical disability Accomplish This "Last Evidence That Somebody Cares." have been able to get Into the llrlttsh I loregn covetad possessions or ev.--j nt, The work must i tin, there Is no on thing thai ton-- t trlhpt. s so much to the tplm and of flceti v of the troops. The Y M C 'A. l. working night and day to help the government win tbl war And every penny that Is given tn tild the work l a direct assistance to the Keynote of the Splendid Work the Y.M.C.A. Does Among health, happiness and strength nf your boy and mlnn Our Men In Uniform Is Keeping Them In Snapshots of Kaleidoscopic Work. In all the big cltle In Krance wher Touch With the Folks at Home. our m?n ptt'i through In large nam be s the Y M. C. A. Is opeM'tot liotleW, where they can gl !cd and In STAMPED WITH STA11S AND STRIPES AND RED TRIANGLE meals at a minimum com nas I.. n.l.ni i he erected American Y. M. C. A a large balldlng for our sil lier nud a (labhoiHe for Amorlcan offlfern, Million Letters In the Mails Today !ceilt.. Bearing Magic Words "With the Colors" WHITE SWAN Wc have opened up the Lancaster Elevator and flour Mills and ure running every day. We have an expert miller with us and arc turning out as good Flour and Meal as can be found in the State. We wish to buy, store or deposit your wheat. We have plenty of new sacks and will appreciate your business. Corn and Wheat. 3 p Nj I ALUiEJisT POYjM l! 1 8AKSHQ M on hand. m k C: cs, pies. (!fiif.hiv:ts.riuflins and r.V fjood tl injs to cat M up in i in 1 ho di j',(jjr TImi, 'JC' t:rto awl H too, l.cr reputa- S I) K cT.'rviune. v ii n"t d1 ..;pc 'vju" jit t her. Si sM arenlnc on the broad Hempstead Plain, Lone Island, wKa llio ll.lnknw 1ll.lti ipsndlne Its last nlfht before embark Inc for Franc. It bad bcon raining; hard In the arternoon a cold, steady autumn downpour-a- nd there was nothing to suggest the rainbow In the outward aspect of the camp. Lines and Unci of sodden canras housed' 27,000 men, gathered from 27 different ' states The ground waa dotted with pooln and quagmires. Under the wet csnras It was damp and cold, with a ponelratlng chill. Lit by flickering candle, tlio tents were far from cheerful shelter for a raati't last night in his native land. Hut there nertt seven big tenia where electric llshts, numbers and j friendliness made the night pleasant. 3 T wa least Is on Its way to you. Kach one of our 16 cantoumttnts, where the new national army la being trained, is using more thau a million sheets ot tuU paper every month. In the draft army aloic that means 10,000,000 filaments of love every month reaching cut from the gieat encampment wnera the men are being trained Into the greatest army tbLs nation ha aver dreamed and binding tnem to the Multiply that by hearts at home. thinking of all the other places wheru t'ncle Sam has men with the flag In nary yari's, on the high seas, la ante na'it audnnlcera' training camps and "Over Them" In Krance. In all thew places moa are writing home. Thosn little heti of noiepapcr gladden millions of hearts a iUy They tran.fe. more love from o:a ' B V H Calumct-confi- e to JO camps performing the men In tMih of the drift ramps the Y r b urry it. jE H Yj-i;-wil I' has ten serri-urln- . iium-- l H Yu fate wlta yu use i(. , :.: jllonal work In The ,us latl m Ls to It that every man who n..speak Knglish Is .auahi to tin to In many of ta camps the ass.i-r'Ijn has u slnglnv dli'CI r. !! Is aching the men to cleg the npn ur Making n House a Home. n.: mirtlal airs Uut do no niui-to . In plaiiJilui: n I.. ;n. It N itiitl.il tti k eji up their spirits - pro-p- c ImililliiL ..iillsfriftliMi that tinOt fit Y. M. C. A men at Camp tlvt- - hiiii-- c imuvr v,hi;thcr he nit only three arc being pal I full sal. In hl imii or .unit" othunlit. In dwell urles In nil the csmps fie majority er person's home; that In- - decide Ju- -t ft Itit r.i- f 'lie Y M. C. A. men luve . wMlCS till' Vint (if luilii,. til ITUCt vt pniltlous to do this t.ork simply nail follow limit plimi, nl-.- ii that In beL.tuse Its appeal Is lrrei!lb' to lnillil liN liouit mi honest linos Hint Ilnrrj-L- iu ler, any red blooded man conform lo the principles of nood arthe famous Scotch singer and i.ime. chitecture. t tnur dlan now on hla farewell mm-crgUIng all his In the t'nltrd States. I spare time lo the service of the assoI Rattlers and Their Fangs. ciation and Is hinging to th soldiers Then- int. four jirhtrliul kinds of , at all the camps he ran reach rattler.: Muck tllninoni. mountain, In one of the drnfi ramp Ihe Y M prairie, : I Texas. A N commonly ' r O A. Is athletic on tin known. fiery kind of rattler Is j playing full itthl.-ll- r j.ic, Games, Goad Reading and Cor respondence Facilities In Y. M. C. A. equipmentfields, pro.l.l'iii of the Inter oils. At tilt age of tuo mniitlii (lit ! The wi.iners Building. M.-fangs appear. If tin t pre IlrM of regimental game wi'l plar the chamremoved, two more come, n'nt; pions of the olher ramps In eich' of these a soldier was strum- pare of the world to another than tlaj'x npart. If ilie third stt li re One nf the grrateit .rtlcrs rendercan express Statistics are moted tlit rattlei 1 miM to lie "Usui." ming on a piano; others were reading l the making books and magizlncs, hundred were pretty poor anyway when It comes to ed by the aitjoclalion and no more fangs appear, writing le.tera heme. Uahind the irckonlng In terms of love and human tin MinUe N ut. ihiii"erous. rained touuler at one end three or four tenderne. Let's put It this way young men busy passing out That the V M. C. A. Is the biggest ex Measures Speed of Clouds. nve:npes. selling press company the world has ever notepttper and Tin eonilt nephont-coplt u device 'tamp and weighing parcels, which seen, and the parcels It Is handling -- peed of cloud. It. the men were sending home for meiiMirlni: Hie One of j are the loves and devotions of human consists of un upright hni-- s rod about the soldiers said to me as I stood in heings. It upper end i the lent used chiefly by men from nine feet lone, bearing nt World's Best Loved Trademark. n crtn-'plccto which a nuiuber of J Iowa: "We came all the ay here eqiitill-tnn- l This war Siui made us tliluk hard vertical spikes are ut-- j from I)e M Ines, and we wen mighty tHChrd. The olnerer turns tin cross-- 1 lonely The' we found tnla V M. C and fast. Your boy or your neigh you know and piece until Ilie doiul uppi-uri-i to travel A. on the Job, and It's been a homo bor's boy or sotno boy along the line of spikes and notes the and more than a Lome to in It gave. loc has been called to do his ahare policing the world tor In the big time It take- - to pa from spike to ui what we wanted when wo needed democracy Job ot TliU forms n bn-- ls from ulikli and hnman llserty. U it The We'll never forget It most -- peeil. lit! ns koiis the any comfort to you to know that wher boyV tes fr'end I the V M. C. A." ever his duty may call him your boy Upstanding Fellows. Fine, Clean-Cut- , will'uave a friend that will sen it him How clot) those bnch03 were pack-- d In body, mind and soul? Are you with men, beudWig over the long glad to know- - that this friend will place -- bios absorbed In tholr writing! books and magazines at his disposal, to lue sympathies organize classes to teach him what What an ap'-ea- l tose great group- - of soldiers nuke! ever b.6 wants to learn, give him u '!no, rlcancut. upuandlug follows, pocket testament and Invito him to me of them mere boys, one thinks Join religious meetings ot the faith brought up In? Did you Da not nllotv the riimrdlately of the sacrlllce they have that he was realize the association provides of undigested poisons rest of us und how pre-lou- s athletic that made far the equipment for his- - favorite iood lo accumulate in they ure to some cno luck homo. games, teaches blm games it he. know, your bowels, wiicre litey Somewhere, iu far off farm or village nono und holds concerts, lectures, are absorbetl into your '.ioii.con-eilpaito.system. I. id. or city ftreet, there art parents or movies, Illble clasies, dramatic enter IljujcIi", brothers or wlvts who would glvo all talnments and every kind of whole-somhi r.nJ blocd, nuinro'jt A Red Triangle DugJut in ths amusement to keep hi hi Interestthey possess for one glimpse of thos c tjunJ other troubles Trenches. Kcco to follow. sunburned faeos ns you and I see ed? Are you glad to know that this syslc t cl.au, .'s i:., them on their list nlglit before going frlwud will go with hi in overseas, help out ot money orders by whlcli tho men do, by of chrs acroat, And It was with a throb ut to shield blm from a acoro ot dtrtlcult can send their pay liomu to their famkinj an oivMinti?! i" and dangerous tomptatlons and follow cf lUi old, rciuoie, vck-- c the heart that I watched them, bent dim right up to the front line trench ilies In time ot the big camps the i'j! , 13::: ! I ver mc Ji Y M, T A Is providing bunking facll-Itle- a over their letter paper. In one after and beyond It? The last contact the for tin- - men as well. another of those se.cn big tints soldier bus with this llfo he loves ao Tliehii wore tbti tents ot the Y. M. C. well U a cup ot tea given blm by the Do Your Bit With a Tenner. A. On that last night In America tho Y M. C. A. free Just beforo he goes This month (November) the Y. M, association was serving the uo'dlera "over the top" lo a hand to hind utrug-gl- e C A must rnlso J35.O0O.00O to carry - -- giving them in the best nt nil wayon Ita work among our soldiers und with tho enemy. And aa he conic On tottering back from No .Vian'a land, their allies until next July an opportunity to write homn Ot this boxprevious nights they had enjoyed wounded, but strong enough and J35.000.000 about 121,000.000 will be concerts, dramatics plucky enough to keep on his feet, spent on tho work with our own troops ing bouts, niovlos. and a score of healthy entertainments oven before his wounds are dressed or nboul 1H for every man lu Uncle Mrs. W. F. Pickie. of Uut on the Y. M. C A. Is waiting for aim with Rain's uniform. If everybody who has as well as religious meotlngs. Hishw Pawn.Ga., vt;tes: Ibid last night homo ties were strong- tea and sweet chocolate, the great com- received letters from soldiers utid sailTlied-ford- 's "We liau used est. And perhaps that is the keynote forts of the man In the trenches. Do ors wen to contribute S10 Ilie task it as ot the splendid work ths Y. M. t" A. you wonder that the lied Triangle Is would he easy. Are your boy'a health a family medicine. My happiness and clean soul worth Is doing among our men tn uulform mother-in-la- w could not railed "the best loved trademark in and to you? 110 keeping them In touch with home take calomel ai It teemed the world?" On soldier tn France ha Your tun n mayor, your puclor, your loo strong (or tier, so site Magic Words, "With the Colors." celled It "the last evidence that any- scboot used superintendent will know who In these times there are some let- body cares." mild laxative and liver la the tieasurt-- of tho campaign comters that mean more to us man auy It every thinking citizen could see mittee In your county or town. OtherWe use II regulator we havo ever read before. They are with hla or her own eyes something wise fend a iheck In the family and believe or money order to It is the best medicine tor written on sheets ot paper stamped of the actual work being done for our Cleveland II Dodge, treasurer, lit F the liver made." Try It. with the Stars and Stripes and the men by the association there would be Hast Twenty eighth street, New York injuw oa tnc.genuine red triangle ot the V. XI. O A and no question ot the Y M. O. A. having city Thcdford's. 2xapack. they bear the mule worda, "With the to iipiea! to the publlo for money. Only sacrificial giving br millions of twa an. Colore." There are many mnr-'.tliaItafrr than let this essential work 4ivers will make posaltle the continua million such letters In the mills' now falter for an Instant rich men would ant-of this vast work for wall you read ibis. Perhaps one at el! their motorcars, poor men would soldiers and for those of our allies. ingrvdia-'- t approved i. ' !ij c :.ly ".uch n bv ' 9 rarmv b) reason of the physical work of the nrltlsh Y, M. (. A. A fleet of motor cars leaves the big Y M (' A. headquarters In London at midnight every night lo pick r.p ot dlera who ire wandering about 111" streets without any wholesome ttt.tr lu: These 'n which to spend the night. cars nr operated by Englishwomen of position and refinement, who report that they never meet any dutcourtesy at tile hands of the soldiers The tin-- i j irtanre of this service can he estl ' mated by the fact that at least KO.OOO soldiers are on leave In Umdon every ncek Over half of Ihes sleep In V M C A beds every night . Entertainment on Vast Scale. The Y M. C. A. has erected a big auditorium, seating :i.000 In each of the big draft racira, and bugo chautau o.ua tents, seating 2,30l In the otnrr encampments. The association !ruu-nl.iu 2 week entertalument dr. nil mong the ramps and Is paying K iRipanltH of entertainers, who are I . We pay the highest market Phone 86. price for Walker, Lee & Hicks. B tratel'ng LOUISVILLE ATTRAlflVt SERVICE AND TAKK the tlire - t line t Kciituc k is fruiii nil nintr east sir MeiKiiinl- - v'i wliirlierr t Two Through Trains Daily with inntiiiiiii mill "r " sgent er write H. C. KING, t ciiinj arrival. is itfferrrd i CONVf.NltM SCHEDUIES ''' appl )our Iwal Ilmsiou I'assengtr Ait , Ltiiuilon. Ky. Southern Railway System Draw A Check c for the iiidiiey yiititn-- and uotelinw intich more respectfully your creditors you. They like to do business with a man who hns ait ntcoiint at the. Garrard Bask & Trl Co. Ther They know be is lining business fn it business like way. open such an account even if your affairs arc not large, .vill grow all riifbt. Ilettrr Thti Gai raid Bnnk & Trust Company THE NATIONAL RANK OI; I ANCAS'I llli. ((sp'rul A. II $:(),()0. 'JY. I'leSllent J. K. STOHMK.--' Il Surplus ue I'na b. t I t . 430,000. DCNNY. Cnnhler. I'l J I!. Harris. er J. I till , bJ ' "sr Safety Oeposit WB Boxes For Rent. SOLICIT YOtllt ItUSINK.SS. t SaiuuRl I). Cochran, Ktonnes. S. C. Denny, J. Alex It. Denny, J, II, I'osey, J, K. L. Gill. Dr. VV. M. Elliott, Directors. Thcdford's ;yraispf' ... Stsfisd Don't wait for . By The Boys who Iihvu koiiu to DkIiI for us, by buying Liberty Bonds," Now. ir.cou.i to ink ou. We will bt xlatl to take your No ciiarKv for our services, te Citizens II. V. W O, Ill OK I.ANCASTKlt. Ky. (SON. President, J. WAI.KKIt. Vlcti J'ryst. JOKJ WalkHii, Jlc. I'lust v. Ass't Cash'r W. K. CHAM l. Cashier I National Bank f J, H ON ROLL OF HONOR. The Central Record, Thursday, Nov 8 !9I7. ammM An mmm ZERO Sesms Liks When you have one of our National Heating Stoves In your Home. Remember that wc carry a complete line of WAR TALKS By UNCLE DAN Sumbcr Six What a Worm Did By F. ' 1 Lsfea-- r !ZT for ever y yolk made A. MITCHELL Newipap, r L'nlon.i Onlnt'ilrs-niilm- 9 Billie and Jlmmle Will Take Military ''I'yrlslil, t!7. Wr,trrn Tralnlno. "I ntn lulghty sorry. 1'iHe Dan, Unit till Is jour last night sllh us. Can't j t'H "lay longer? We Im h lire having peiirh nf n time," snlil Itlllle. "Well, If yon get more out of It III tin- - way of pleasure tlinn I." snhl Uncle Dan, "you nre gnlng some." "Itlllle, I have lieen talking seriously with your father nml Mother about ending you tn n inllllHry academy imil tliey nkiil me In InlU Willi jmi nlioiit July 4th. : Heating Stoves, Cooking Stoves, Grates and Grate Baskets, Chimney Brick, Fire Brick, Fire Back. Let us know your wants and be served before cold weather. Coal May as well be without coal, as wlthont a place to make a fire. savers, pay for themselves In one season at present prices of fuel. It." 'Wluioiiee!'' lilllle Fereameil, like n vllil Italian. ' Nmv, lintel jniir lior?eV cnlil L'ncle I 'an, "ami lIMrn In me. Ymi kriuw I sent tny liny, Ilonnul, )o one of the.p mIumiN for a ear when he wh almut onr use, lie was narrow ehesteil, stoop 'Imiililered, rallier Iimic Jointed j lie ll.K I the Mj.' head Olid needed He and ph)lcnl development. Man crtmlni; fii't and 1 wanted him to lie Mronj; phy.'lenlly." "Say. 1'iicle Dun," cald Itlllle, "I your ileoerlptlon of Howard HtS pretty well, eh?" "Wrtl," nlil l'ncle U:m. "to he frank I tliinU It dne; ,miii need the sniue i In ni: Howard did tint like It at first. I . in told forn few weeks he had 'roiij;li ti'ilillng,' hut utter ho found that the mly way witi tn ohey order, he e.iuxht tin iril m" the Institution and liked it. We did not nee him for nliout kIx u uiths. then he came home for n few ' nt hli np-- l jk. We were nHouI-lie- d He had Rained nlmut -- H :T.mee. iK'uinl- - In weldil, his mueln were n.i I. rd a" nnIK he stmnl n Mral'ht n ill row lie a eoui'teou enr.Mdcr- - a Hervey 8c Woods Lick, Kentucky. Paint If You Need a Togctcmckrtlirf take?, New Discover). I ml JO i.uj. ChciCs thccold. Stops the cough. Try it, Pr. King? Wheat Drill n I r 1 xt'er. want to i(tt mw fnon-h?5 li. , i -r.i oii of Mexico, toii don't need to ' . rV mw it lilit army fm the purpoe. .tl v. ;! ra i.f , ' '' -y .n Jou hate to do Is (o enlist all the pro. 'o '". fesloiial similiters In the I'nltod Siati"". furnlli them with maple fundi . r.-. .mil nend them down there to "In Hi" v country for ynu." 1 TI . .j The words were cpoken liy a iiiali .. veil most of tils life In Mex:' iho t nt ico, and hud traveled tnurti In Central ', Pv": , .. nml Smith America. "The people of thne regions are all Similiter,'' the upenker continued, "and If ii Mifflrlent force of nharpcrs were eut iiinom: them every foot of ground. and every article on It would iMi in their possession. Thus the gmnlilcrs, Sold or thoe they represented, could meet by in ismveiillon, vote nnncintlon to the J 1'nltcd Stales, and the trick would lie, done. "I spent n winter In Itruzll and eery evenlin; as ooti ns the day's work was tlnl'lied, the set tn which I lielnnsiil adjourned to the hack ynrd of an old His C'jrieilty Aroused, fellow named I'apllndo. who had n roulette wheel he had made hltnelf, ' f'arletnn Is tnucli Interested in mt tlio circus ho After Hint spent the time far Into the nli:lit ele"Say, The roulette wheel wns; lionilerln imd tt.cn said, ccgsV do lay made of wood, and there vta n cover phant plo milk or for It, which was put on while the liall Dally Thought. uus still -- pliinlnu so Hun the m'tHiur' Do not dure live without some clear ...inM In. nil Ilii1.iltnlli.lv 1 "Some of the wml.lers played for1 l?lK1' hent. Mean to be son.cthlnu-slm 1 ut .,f the enjoyment they flKl.t.-I-h- llllp Hrook- -. J"ur r the I"'"" Wine, and H.u.e played I money on which they lled. Xmie of them was very scrupulous, and would Anchors. I taitaht have cheated If they could. rianved Jaws of n aew anchor for the American saine of poker. nil guy wires are spread after It Is plan!-ther- e was o much opMrtimily for ills- - cd In the ground by turning the shank I honesty In It (hat It was nut tilted forfo as to draw up a wedge between I Kvery player vum t nt on them. them. hiatlnc and the game -- turn broke up "If joii Amerleanr i l! rs'lt'isr Its pi - .., I,,"' - 'PS r ' ,v.' w ; ;r: LeadingDealers ,. "' for Coughs 8 Colds liiliousnmj, mrvonns ami nu ly skin. Try Dr. King's N'cw Life I iU. l'rompt relief. 25c. At .ill ilrngg Mi. The Erili af Constipilbn Leaving wane nutcri.il in t nr. Mcm and Uo-- d poiions the nuLcJ you liable to skk hraitarl.rs, 1 liti i Nuic i n utt or nix i.- ,ii ry triijnliiiy Compare lims H we have them and the price is right. Give us a call. Cure for Unrest. lit hi-:- , "Tlio Into cure for alcoholl-r- e trlnl fiillgue ntnl unrest," s.iy.s the Meilicnl Itccord, "is tin- - provM m of dccttit surroundings In tlio factory nml In tlie home, whspmte wages, M-ii- re ami relaxation." of Maine. which Is common all ocr Maine. Is li. lil hy to he u ero lietveen the cat and the raecoon. ItlnliutMs ridicule this hellef: iieerth'liss immy half wild cntR In Maine hae the t,plcal raecoon tall with short forelefiv, pointed Miout nml Inns hair. The "Coon-Cat- wa an.nne them a young, trrSlhin who hud n very pretty wire. lie had ii miall patrlinny. which lie a gradually eating up. He won bout a- - much as he lost, but he had It was really u r,,s(. f wtlng. to I his little forlune. Ills wife usually sat liable him, sometlines sitwlng. nnd, when their luliy was wakeful sho The would hold him in her unn- -. man's mime was .To.) Ciuiez, and bis wife Maria, for the Virgin. "If fliuuez won ii hundred pezos one evening, In-und ii hundred the next nt was ahead In the game twenty-liv- e week, he considered the end of the pesos to tbe' that he was twen'ty-tlv- e good; though he had spent a hundred. Ills wife took the same view of the ,""v' Knobles. Covers. ,.w conlo 0 oovcr, of n ,;noI) mn ,j0 ea8y tiVai. putting It down b llirmigh 10 holo lin,j brewing It to n , Vcry m )e ullll(.H,I(.. , , ,,., .otere: T, That Discouraged Him. An cxchnn?e nsks: "What has of the doctor who used to write. 'Take n lieaplns dlme-fu- l of this powder tlir.'e times a day?" We fancy, brotln r. h wan kmxkei! out by the old lrislituii:i who. not having it dime handy, loaded np n nickel twice nnd nearly crnaktsl. I!otc The Mi non-cut.- Bcker Phone 27. & Ballard. Bryantsvllle, Ky. tj nit; II 111 l 'at WHEELER'S This is tint1 ot I ho tfreateM tlml wc linu; t'er been nble offer in Dressers. This lnrtfe to intusivc Dresser in either Oak or MnlKHtiiny. one-ineh Imr-l4n- in The only plnce of Real Bargains Not "just now and then" but all the time. Come In and look our wonderfully large stock over and compare us with others and be convinced that we can save you money. with 27x30 Pinto Mirror, delivered in your home free of clmrjje for onl Bevel $22.50 We lire hhowinii n Ureal many other Dresser that range in price from $12.50 up to $50. which wo consider exceptionally good values. It will pay you n visit our store and Inspect these before buying. A. F. Wheeler Furniture Furniture Danville's Largest and Rug Store. Co. Kentucky. Danville,. KEENE LUTES, Manager. 'phone and called Jlmmle, saying! "Come on over, run Just as fast as you cuu, I've got the greatest news you I ever heard of." his country, why should not Cnc'.c Sam fii iiMi this training nt the gov epon-e- ? The government has he right lo call anyone to serve In . iis of war, and without training, a man Is worth nothing as it soldier. Uncle ftim has splendid new training that will soon be available for he purpose, Ihetcfnre, here Is double rensou why the Chamberlain bill for compulsory military training should lie pned at once, so that iwcvy boy physically tit may hae this training nnd not leave It for his parents to pay for. tin account of the expene, not one boy In eO can take the training nuw. I nm gird that you can do so. Thite big crnps and big prices, 1 uml, make the fanners rnther 'cocky,' und that the bet Is demanded by theiir." Itlllle was up with tlio lark the next morning, more excited and cnthusluMIc than ever. He had n plan. He know .limiiile owned a colt worth $100; that he would nuiko almost another $100 on his potnloeH If they turned out well, mid that lie had fiom bis previous iixlnjs, bouzht a $100 Liberty bond. Itittlc'N plnuwim to have Jlimnlu cash He wits dlsup-poluie- d In nnd go with him. to find that Jlmuile would still lack about $.100 of having enough to see lilm through. Ills lip ipilvcrlng. ho said: "I'm mighty sorry to leave Jlmmle." l'ncle Dun was client n moment or two, then he asked Itlllle to go down to tlio orchard and get him Mime up-- I les tn cut on tlio trtitn. Whlhi ho was gone. It was arranged that Uncle Dan und Mr. und Mm. Graham would au vunco the money necessary so that Jlmmle could go. When Itllllo returned he was told about It. lie run to tlio le nml manly. Ills :iwl;wardnes.s had - ippeared. The change was wonderful mid It was all to the good. Here - a photograph showing 'before anil fler Inking,' and I am Hire no patent niisllrlne advert Isrment could beat It. "Well, mother and I were dollgUtcil That was ten j ears ago, and Howard s the jcar he spent at the military K. demy was the bet year of his life. "ow" said l'ncle lan. with great v nu t uess, "wiicn null triilnlng does il"iii h good, makes better cltlretn nnd t the same time Ills a ni'ili to ib fend ; . matter. "At the time I Joined the circle the Utile fortune of the young couple had been nearly eaten up and It had apparent to them that that wn so. They were looking nnxlous. Josl' was betting fitfully. I'aplludn bet like the others, and won or lost like they did. Ho charged nothing for the ue of the wheel, seeming to play for i.musemeiit only. Hut one night he beHp! gan to show n gambler's greed. won a cood pile on red live; and after! that It was noticed that whenever he ' bet largely It was on red five. "There Is a worm down In that cll-- i mate that gets Into furniture, ami bores and bores and bores till nothing but a shell Is left. One may sit down mi a chair Unit looks perfectly strong,' but at the llrst touch It collapses. This statement thrust In here seems to have nothing to do with my story: the truth is, the story hangs upon It. "rapllado continued occasionally to bet of red tlv.e, Inking care not to attract the attention of the. others tni When the fnct that It was a winner. be won on It he Invariably bet the next time on some other number. He: said that he didn't believe lu light- nlug striking the same plnce twice. Sometimes he would not bet ouce ouj II till the wheel had been spun ninn' times. was not playing myself, and hud nn opportunity to watch th oth-- l ers. I noticed that 'whenever raplhi-- ' do bet on red live. Jut when the built was heard to drop, his countenance assumed it very pleased and covetous ex-I 1 You are judged by your house by th ttitf of ltii decoration rwthe f.tnM of it appotntrntnti. It lou tra tTQln ta bulla or re mvdtl In tli hprtnr Un't ti lha fiul atrpi without 'Onulilnir th IS rchttfcti, 1 tltcontors an1 S eiptrta cri houna fit tinea vtho ttv adrlt a In the Xovemhtr Ju et House & Garden House Planning Number Whit ta axpect cf th arrhltf th J tear tiro vMl Ot woo-Itha nw hinjlor fabrlca 16 Special Articles va la. tlvlr.f orlilnat and valuabt l3n that will maka jour houaa rood to 11 Special Offer 5 Iiiuci for 91 (Mr, II 70U KtpoaJ prompt Ij) hnd to jut monf mall no j- tha coupon bow unlaaa you toJ-- y yth Houi resslnil. "I took un Interest In Jot Gomez, his llltle wlfo and Innocent bube, ami, one day confided to him my suspicion ' that I'.ipllado had some way of known lug when the ball dropped Into red live, Josl said nothing to me In re- -' ply. hut It was evident that he was do ing a good deal of thinking, i ., t A ..., .1... 1 Sc Garden IV X. Uth fttrttt, V. C. Stnrl tna Ova uumfers ot IToutt tlttrdan, Uflnninc with 1i Xo w in bar latur. It ta unlrtocl that If thl orJrr reach? you prompt!), ou will sfn4 an additional num tar, ma kin 1 alx In all I anHoa (1 harawtth tort) 1 will remit ft on racelpt vt Ml (roratrn fl M t'anadUn II. :5.) . Xama ... very platuly) trieata writ , AJJrfa 4r cttr ....... ,........ E!l.,. . IM't. Ii I,j ' eleven I' tiesos on It. Josl Immediately laid n Wnt. Warren, by next friend, hundred pesos on another number, VS. NOTICK. 1'uplludo laid live hun- Hemv Wutreu, et nl, Muck nine. Dat- dred more on red Ave. Joe! laid one Nctico is hereby given that us M thousand at black nine. The others ter Commissioner of the (Jnrraid I dropped out. I was astonished to see 1 will sit in tny otlice in I.u the two who remained bring out so cuit Court , (Jarrnrd County, Ky, on much money. They bet on and on till caster. tunny thousand pesos were on the I ember 9, 1U17, beginning at the. hour table. When their funds were exhaust- - 9 " dock. A. M. to heur proof nn f r ed, the cover was lifted, lllnek nine j the purpose of determining the t I boundurvjinu between the land devldcl had won. "fioinei gave tue the explauiUlon. A (by Lucy Aim Simpson by her last wi i worm hud bored under red Ave, thus to Hetsv Warren, and the lands idealising the ball to uiako n hollow BWnjtfj to the heirs-ut-laof Lucy sound when tho ball dropped Into the Anrj Slmpaon. All persons intercsteJ l.eu Tupiludo hcurd , Uu d tn ' t arA the sound he bet. Upon my confldlua witnesses boforo me touching my susidclou to Josl Ue examined the ,1','Jl rights and claims conceriiiiiL' this wheel when alone, aud learning the secret, bored another hole which let """'I boundary line. Dona by order of the bull through red five Into black tho Garrard Circuit Court in the above styled ease duly entered ut the August nine. "If either was to win uufalrly, I pre- - Term. 1917. ferred It should bo Josl. Ho regained w j, blown. M. C. G. C. C. bin uatrlraony." ,,,0'n;,r : fi:GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT d r xn zjvkkjkt mi Mir-txjt- r The Central Record, Thursday, rra zaer No.v 8, 1917. r nmn ,ii,i FARMER'S COLUMN ! A Scheme That Failed By ELINOR MARSH (C - We I I Going to Celebrate LETION OF DANVILLE'S wilihl. HIT, Wmrrn Ntwipiper t'nleo.) lien niitl .11 m t'ovrnlnlo tv i In ' "nlliiTM nnil tlioucli u( tin old nml ter ! C ri'pi'rliililo fiuntly. were mor, An uncle In Smith Aincrlni itlnl unit Ml llicin n coffee ilnnlutliii. The lie- - 1 iii(t n inmlf Mltli- the rm hum 5 Hint lliey lite nn flu- property ritnl h ilovelop II. It wa lint worth tnilcti, i ? lull niltlil In' niatlo vnlunlili-- . Hen nn" In try u lni.lnes - li'iiu ut home nml forfeited liH slmrr of llio tnlirrltiinri' hy rpinnliitns where In1 ivn. .Tim took tip the property la South America. r.in lived with ti uMuweil slter, wlm von lifter illod. hutliiK her hroth-i- t jrlrl. ii Utile At llif ii pe of fifteen the clrl. Allele Wiathi rhy. heeiinic her uncle' hotise-- I There wa n lneerc ufTecllon lietneen uncle nnil uleco. the rolntji.n I.eluiK'ii them helne more like flint father uml clnii'.'liter. When Allele ww seventeen year olil j her undo pillil .ximie attention to MM j Mllilrnl riiiiynjiliani. yoims Imly of the fiililonnlilc el. n nlmilt When .Mr. Coverdnle 111. Ml years nlil he fell Cn iisIkiiii UIo1 Mm frequently nnil M dell-inrldevotedly tntrct h.v lie win A'lcle for month, "hen iiiifnrllinntvly fell 111. tt was then that die nlo t'onyiifrliatii hetonli herself, line and luurpiire to Ihe Coverdale home In rare for the InvnlliK not waltlnc for in Invitation or vcn their permission, t I!oth Invnlldt were 111 n loin; while nnil Mli Coiijnjrhain wn unremitting In her attention to them. Meanwhile .Tim Coverilnle In South Antrrlrn had proipored. The only Knowledge of Jim Cover-dole'- s srowlnc wealth that ever readied hN native town came In thl 2 wise- - A Hum who had heen to South Conyimham nnil he Via rlta tm t Ml i.l,eil him If he had ever mvii or heurd imythliiir of ti .Tim Coverdnle living In lSmxIl? "Ve." wu the reply, "I hnve hceii on liti plantations." 'utTil m I hi' lilrnrr tf.1 II r No iioli- -i alii u,' xrrrnnl it. i . mid nlll I'l 'on ' r. lr uic iilnnriifiiirr.iilwiiUr. .ht tl nt kiniii mol fcUwk. irrf lwiu ihti tu ntliir l f. i ihe rn"t .n.l tli. air l a i tt i o n.i, Uu , trout, lii. -- loillt i.ii i Is G"t V 'T HAI.K: SScil (Urlev nml llyr Mm. J. U. Puiltt, Mxtknlmn .XAI.K; Om- KOI5 liuln lr of nooil t'Olt SAI.K-Onn liutulrnl ami Whlloii fifty mil rje, ,lo, HEW SALE mm STREET OF BY HOLDING A eniniiie tivojnr eld tnule, nlao one tirood tiisiv Unit wit' vorK anywlii'n . J. A. Conn, Jr. j Kor Snv toiir, ti'tilor ypirlliiR. itn-iiti- Itrrkhfr Ii ll'll-:it- W. II. Hoover. . Nlrliolnnlile. Ky. FINE TAILORED SUITS. I OK SAI.V: - I I i.i vi- l Klnir wliisit for Wcoil, Mhiiio. Ky. nut a1i-- . llHrvrst J. it. f ,it- i For more than ninety days no vehicles could be driven to our store doors', and now that the street is completed, we want crowds of vehicles every day. We know of no better way to draw a crowd than by offering a line of the very finest Tailored Suits at special prices. A suit is the main item in evejy woman's wardrobe the one indispensi-bl- e thing and now with an absolute certainly of a great advance in the prices of all woolen materials it behooves every woman to take advantage of this opportunity to conserve her resources. The present.suit styles are conservative and will vary little from season to season during the wnr. These Special Suits are in three lots, viz: Suits worth up to Suits worth up to .Suits worth" up to KOIt SAI.K; Llwluvhi--I i,f lt,tf. .,Uv riKUt I'linur :i7I.A. f). ll.'IIciiilri n l.iini-ntr- r Ky S Iti i i ! i i rr Stolrt,; from my place S Itlrli.iiiiml plkt', n nil sterr, wtlftht Ht'ont 7W iouiiil. ftfwunl foi informnlioei. Kil nml N. It. J'h,., Strtyed milr. on : ARMY i Mules WANT i $62.50 in $50.00 in $37.50 in this sale "Ill plantation" I 'Ve.. them. .Tim Coverdnlp l nipiiosp he has :i Io7cn of an enormously this sale this sale of pas'fnj'eri. eriluleV nninii In Hie When lien CumdaleN will wtv',1 fi'iiud thai his niinl( "Pt'Ull) It ' pr(ifwry wan left to Adele. Vh'D-i(lCiinyiiylmiii hoard of tht J deiilii pf Jin Cdvrriiaie sue reiptr-tul- n to hl he had left liU prnix-rt- y hfotlr, Hi:ti. Tfcurlne of Jim Ciiwr-- , diile' ilifith. Mr. AYIIIIuiu opened the; r ill will aniiitiinreil lo Adele thut e . wn the owner of n princely fortune. Mw foiiYiixham with n I Then laliii!at I lint Hen Coverilnle hail tolilik her that In u coillcll to his will he Imd 1 left her a third of his property. The fact was, Mlx ConyiiKhain W kiioix lnu-- that Jim Covenlnle n rich. Hint lie wiiv dead uud had ilouhtlesH : g left his property to his hrother, tried P to Inilneo lien Coverdnle fo marry her. nil her eiier- Kalllnir In that she le to Inihieo him to leave her n por-- 1 1 Coveriink" k ilon of hN pono-MoMv yleldeil and ent for his so. h. it- - r. Wtinn I... ..Ill . ... - iiiiiiiii ini m n- n nt mil ii hate It wns irld-- nt that somithlmr had heen torn from It. TliU soon he-- r e a mutter of jjeuer.il l;nowkilge nml liiiiiieilliilel) the friends of Adeli" Wenlhirhy nml thow of Mln ConjnS-- , h.'iiu weie pitted uKiilnst each oilier. lTp to this time the eontento nfla" J i ,es CiiMM.itileV will wire unknown in.yone hut Adle and the nttorney v hi i Imd I) In his kwpiiiK. Kor n time neither ndmltled nor tie-- l I ilit't utiy codicil whs iilliicloil t ' ulll. Ijiler the uttorney neknowl it ili.'i i here hinl Iwen u codicil and i r I., il luel lorn off hill tills tol- Coiiyng- ' .i lunik' imly to Jli Mi ' win, alMirud Hull kite uelll'l ii in' lii i,.fllisl hy Its prtsluetliili uml s advliKMl not to eonipel him to rleh umn." eernl At this point of the Mory liiipnrliint matters connected with It occurred very near tosether. Jim .1 1 Covr rdalt; ."old out hta property In anil left for hN former home In the United State. rlefore liK departure lie ninde a will leRVlns nil he p.eeil tu hU hrother. Thlx will he etil. hy n g ilIQYrcnt vteamer .from the 'one on which hu Hilled, to liM hrotherV lawyer. to John Wllllmin, w)th lntuctnn ' uy nullilDK nhotit It. The ship oil n l(if" wlllftt Jim fJoverdule nailed In i storm anil all on hoard vynt down .Jjf- Willi her. HCIV' 'ovcnti!" ilU:d n montli lificrj the arrival of the will, hut he mn-vThen cinny l5tipjr ff Mi Inlierlliince. nevR of Ihe clilpwrvok nild'';Jlm no-- , lira-7.1- $45.00 1 1 $39.57 $29.75 I years old. Weight S Five to nine 1000 . the newest rind IkM. Miide hy die celebrated Woultr Tnilors nml hy the best tnllirs in New York.. Mnterinlsiii Hronileloths. tiiibarilines. I'oirct Tiill. Tricot hies. Stlvertoiie., etc. nil color nnil mzcs from These Mills tire iibsolniel to.SI hu.st. i to 1200 pounds. i W. B. BURTON LANCASTER, KY. Qpllmntlc Ttrlufht. IMrenuniftt nnil pniileorf ar lift of iroilirt. llio J iT r i llt " Another Lot of Fine Tailored Suits At Half Price. w This is a hen a lme to make their dollar dn ireat ninny people will extra work. W'li prjees of We offer uu choice of a ot of tineat ipi I ty of tail-nr- (Herri f Frilim. Cletro'f Ettlmt Tlw rettnery of fleiJotu xi t.. a. illil n Ifilnj: tlat we mint not vlnm Ira Hi Hlifii (orfcliir lo rrciTi'r It. . wool (iiiinil up day hy day It Is hard to do, hut int! tu tlive yon a chance lo do it w are jo- suits at half price. These vary in sintill detniU from the very latest, hat so hlipjiily that they cnald he sold for new M the tnaterinls nre the lut pure, wool fnhrii-s- . tint to. The Mol tnoMf iililioiii liHni; niuto Plain. coBient Vlrtwtw f Mn. ilrluuai n( kll mm U liteorir wta .ltijr to ni-r Ini If $25. Suits for $12.50. $35. Suits, $17.50. $19. Suits, $9.75 Can t Do Both. '1. nii)ii ibt wniit to il.i nil iU .ilkln'." -- nlil Unclo i:in, inlshty Ikrl.r In leave ollii r iHHiple ilo ir.i.t of tin- - tlifnfclnV Our Second Slock oi Winter Coats is Now Being Received. Oar ptict And etit'h day more ate coniini! in. are as low m csn poMihlv lie inaile on liijili vlindi' fio- initterialit iy;d tailorinit. We liao ' i Nol'oilv ciin ., tin' rlclit tMnj nl. . Tin. intt mi; of hi enii ilo h to en nli. ml nml , rK, r ttlns- ih oft-- n n H.lile Pt lrolt Tri e l'fi 'J. nn-- Jut Try Thlt. . iinliii liviiK. Hum I'liin. Hiopdclnilm. lliaitNi. ( lif I'lirsln and Mistiircr. Kwry itiwe ffuiu ll. to yttfi, x j; I; What He Proiteuted. never liail tint one efitili' iie J In IiIh life," Kla-- u liovjor of it rival. II "mill tlmt wnn lvlirn In- - rronruli'il lil j -- tmll. "llr i Man Trlea to Irnpiove Thlnas. N tiover lntrnilor tint laaii )liiiiilil tnl;o'llir daiM to mover from one ilrfy off. Thnt l liU own Men. TotMln tllnle. f Humor. future' 'V.ii- -i niMo .if humor," sjyi l.liu.. V..uu- - "TliiStv U an oilier way tu iiiviinit ior tint Imntiirou." Toleiln llni! Fine Furs. It twuiiiK nt tlnuiith all the umon in till country met ami Icon lnisltiiV to ttiHip our stock coiniilulo Heil Tox from ?I7 lo SI0t. Kiiihl rnw e haxe n Mock: Toup Wolf AuininW. at S30. nnd $4U. Muck FtM Animal SearlK. M'. jsW. i.'r'ii'. f ft), $00. $7(1. iffirfti at A Silver Woif Aidtuttl at :" 'o M0. tannine lilock l ox Ai.it. rlc. C4wptr I'ur uf all kind from T. to S0. Kcttteh Mole Set. H'u'M Stal Sat; parsed tie mowd f r flu? fur. Never lifur wt.s tlittre st.t It hu result i i;t to all Imiv fttrttW 'iii.-iii- i. St imt !.). J, III. H. j wns ihe end of the mutter till 'i cniiie Into court and Jlr. Wll-:t- : . called to Hate If the el Imd heen iiiutlluted. lie product il 111 uml ti .fruimeiit which hu Ihe v hhovitl hail heen torn from It hy thtt .tapceil tilpes of each papcy which at-- i eil Inlo the other. Then lie proceeded to read the fragment: I" f uin Silk Dresses and Serge. Dresses. -- TIk Imii' f rl ' Keep TrouUea to Ycurelf. ' 'I., wl., iv ulivuir, lillltiK P oory Iuimk.h'1 ninny id ..iii Im.ii'i nti. in ;r tr. We me for inivelhiS' tovsiii! r huiidrejt ' ttH drem at fvciy prjco fnjin 5il.7n to fl!i, for any (.upmImi fur strtet wsir. nftcrtitujii and for oveninifcs mid tliuwt. hidden nnil tried to dominate both ot n. She lins attempted to force me to marry her. This falllig the endear-orer- t, lo Induce mo to leavo her a part of what I possess. What tier object for hu, been In this I -uni n poor man." ' That was the en4 5f UMtSi scbctnf cannot-concelTC- , Of-yndm- In rose Jllldrcd Conynshani ntteroptx to Muliu atij' or iny property. She took inlvnntiic fit ray Illness and Unit of my tileco to come Iiilo I his house un- "To he left uttaclied fri this Will Wily Li A. B. Robertson Danville, & Bro HIGHEST PRICES PAID lUmllliact MuUd m Dt SUpaiut It Rtctlftd No Commiision lo Pay WrU. (m VtUm Lbt Kentucky .J M. Sabel & Snns LOUUVUXE. KY. t