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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): November 15, 1917 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1917 cen1917111501_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 15, 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. J THE CENTRAL RECORD. nVKNTV flGIITH TKAR LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON. NOVEMBER 15. 1917. SUHnBR 33. CJ - Our line of stoves U complete, consisting of toves the u SLIGHTLY HURT. working under n machine m Certified To District Board For the (innmu nf Hat.'I..-- llr.i. last Mon-offTICC. dav. Dear Zar.oin' was n .miuliy hurt ; Ii'-- Mir tnn'jtiiiiu slipping fr in K, fas- Tin- local Kxemptioii II01111I have tenings and falling, catching Zanone irnl..lily examined the List hoy tinder pnrtut.atel.i full the picseiit system (if tiif old drift, as underneath the weight of til- - marhlne wa. held ii liy ill the future they lire to hp clniilii'l tin- - springs, it tin' incident would halo as explained in another part nf lhi issue. la n more serious llil friewN were At u t liflv have hnt'ii examined durglad ti see him out yesterdav iti'd ho ing Ilii- - past wttk utiil the following may be able to return to wor.. in .1 few have arcepteil fur Iriililnry service days. utiil cerlilicd tn the District Hoard, Currcy I). Itice. Lewis Ynntis, (coll. n loui. Kimlcr. Hubert Dunn (ceil), RED CROSS NEWS. Middletnu, Itav. Jul Win. II. 'I he local Itcil s'ross clmjitt--r is enerLayton, Jasper Mathews, Virgil He). getically pushing it work and many notd, Win. T. Green. John i. liurton, articles nrc being forwarded every (coli, Onirlius Jennings. (i'ol). .Shirley week to the general headquarters, to Saddler, (rol). Adolpb I). Joseph, Web he cent Inter to the French front. Christopher, Kvrri'tt fast, Klmcr Three more boxes were shipped last Kast, and l.ilhurn N'aylnr. week, containing surgical dressings, sweaters, socks unit wristlets and also AGRICULTURAL DISPLAY j a nuirher of trench candles. Of Garrird Products On account of the intense cold in. December 1st. ; rrance it is very Important mid tieees-- i ' Bro "I'idly for the nary thai all knitted article, he ent In first agricultural display of tiarrard ,,..11.1.. ..n.i .11 d .f.i county products ever held in the counasked to rush up thin work. ty and the interest heinji manifested The date of the Ited Closs exchange insures one of thu best exhibits that has been changed to Saturday will he shown in the blut Krass this Ulth, year. The premium list is heme made out nnd will be published in the next REVIVAL AT THE issue of the liecord. The merchnnts and business men are Uonotinir libernllv win!.r 1 I Hoy-sto11 m Great Majestic Range, Cast Ranges, Hot Blast Heaters, Cannon and Laundry Stoves. A complete Money ! So MttxSbSSh How would you enjoy a furnace that saves a third or more of your 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 do just that thing save fuel and give more heat for the fuel consumed. It's tne line of Pipe, Elbows, Dampers, etc We manufacture our pipe and can make any desired shape. u I The Original Patented Pipeless Furnace long pipes and many registers and sends heat directly up into the house through one centrally located register. It does away entirely with a complicated system of Conn 1 1 UP ANmi.FT LIVE KOf.KS. ii Brothers. E The I I Then, the heat circulates from rocn to room displacing ii .. ip oincc. Dentist. iri Old Newspapers for sale at tills M ... itapti.t HritHtir have n her Slli n uiii.-- . Aid Society and Kxrliange Decern- M S Hatfield, IimmIit. QUARTERLY MEETINGS. KI i'almeter. l'elor. Ihi Chntlan Knd'uvori' of the' itli Mi. Chriiituii church, toirrtlirr MULLINS. Kinnird' Sunday nchwil ilaaa will ron duet an rxeliance In the K. W. Ilarrn , The remail.a of llei.j.ieun Mlllllll", torr nHini next Saturday. Kvery thing who lived near lirj uiiIkviIIi- - and wai to eat will lie uttered for eale and I'atronire I ailletl I13' an interurhan ear hilw.tn will !ee at price that Nichnlaville ond laat Oieni wi re limuht to Lancaster Jenthe Lancaster MMJ UIIDDIDH TDIII HUV. 1QTH t,rlI!,J ,mI ''"iteil lOlll.jceinctM lUODAKU I RIAL llel. .urviUNl by a wife Hie grand jury nf Uneoln IJounty. . and four .mill children ami wan:, con U.. returned an indictment for inurderof Mm. Taylor ilollins of IJryanH-,...,He waa a member of tho Meth- KJ Wul.lianl and hN tlial foriville. the klllinit of Al S. Ilaualiunn has odial rnurcn and runvral aTVire Mere been ael for Monday week, He, ltflh. comlucle.1 at bis late bonte Wednehday Attomeja for Hubbard aayi they are inornlnj: by Itev. Cooant. read for trial and Uoe for tlie proe cition ay lh) are also remlv. SANDLIN. j mvelint! for I his ,10 held at the Itev C II. Methmlid Church S.iuu i- j.ii. .n.inn r'lk .1. K KiiliitKon. tireer. the pirMUirc elder irill prearh aitle (lotd vw M Stimla) 'Horning and u'clock t'arot Did Dominion, thi tieit Tort-Sk- I Sunday rvemni! at 7 o'clock. The (Juartern t'unferenre will he held Omenl Jimt m lludnor. Iluchea and Kiirnnu. Sunda) afle'rior The Sacrament of the Ik,i I'. Supper Mill lie adminiitered lit th' 11 "11 ll'U k'l vice EXCHANGE. IIUUon. IIUKIieKami imr nand, rement. lirkk mil rnmu. !(.mfrpni.e The first ijuarterh v,,Hr w, ui jl Sun-da- - 111 .. l"WBrils lhn Premiums which should ,,rinK ,)Ul H IlirK(, Mhll)il aml t(lr of j petition will undoubtedly be large ns HeKiniiiiic last night 11 mi.-meeting will be conductel at the j the exhibits at the end of the show Ilaptist church in lhl city, Uev. II A. will be turned over over to tin ol Ilrjnnlsville. leauui; the rard county chapter of the Ked Cross, Itev. Dawes comes as no Karm ai;ent, W. 11. Kilmers, and Mr. servicea. i Tinder have the work stranger to nur midst mid will be wel-- 1 in cliare coined by his old frienus here, who will 'and with the hearty of A con-'th- e remember him fo pleasantly. citizens of the town and county clnistian uentlrman. a sjieak-- ) Rether with the lu-l- of the Kel Cross er of ability, his sermons will he creat- - insures it a success from the beginnim;. ly enjoted by the splendid crowds that The exhibition will take place at the Itex Theater and will be held on SaturWe predict will come out to hejr him. day December 1st. Rerrard county is nationally known for her farm products WAR NEWS OF THE WEEK. and every farmer in the counts should Major Washburn, while in Louisville, have 1111 exhibit at tins show of some in an addrens on ltusia, has revealed character. Help boost the Fair; help 'boost the. new phases of the army of that country not heretofore understood by the county; help bocst her pioducta andj help boost tho Ited Cross. on this side. In his defense of that army ho says that but for them ARM BROKEN. the United States would now be paying an indemnity to Germany. Mr. Itosi llastin is nursing 1. broken It is understood that the troops are arm, resulting from a kick of an auto, 'o)al to Kerensky in the recent up- crank. Th- - accident nappened yesterheaval in Itussit.li atfaire. However, day about noon and is causinghim some should they make a separate peace the pain, the large bone near the wrist be-- ! vast quantities of material being man- ing broken. ufactured for that country by the United States wilt not be shipped. HALE AND HEARTY" RAPTIST fi!l!RPII umi 10 onimtjii ,.,. cooler air which is drawn down and reheated -- till every nook and cranny is warm as toast. Yes, and this free, unhindered circulation takes place in an amazingly short time and gives an equal degree of warmth in all the rooms. The Caloric Furnace RETURN is doini; this in thousands of happy homes. tell-tr.- WARM AIR AIRi I MB A Think. ol It mm JMMk tr RETURN r air Hundreds of delighted Caloric owners 2 write letters of unstinted praiao, how comfortable they are and how much less coal, coke or wood they burn than formerly. The Caloric is a wonderfully efficient furnace. It may be installed in an old house as well as a now, and evenwhcrcthercisnoccllar. You really ought to know about it. Come in, let us show you some of its many advantages the patented triple casing that keeps the cellar cool, and its guaranteed firepot tha t has 500 aqimrc. inches more radiating surface than other fircpots. Remember the Caloric is absolutely guaranteed to give you more and better heat, and to save 35 of fuel or no sale. HaseldenBros .rtrmer.Iii-Harcoicvl- T (or hoy ctoiVr. that Usold uoiJcr a ''Loral (lurctee lionf." IIow caa yon fttTora la t&fco cb ancea fcraicst bos: cnolerA bo yoa can thla remedy on inch terms? The Italians declare that the Teuton AT NINETY. drive is chucked. A 1iuk battle is im- . , aiwi.K .1... iii.. m .. ... . Anderson, uie lave nivei wntire "r- naxt to the lu Italians expect V the to meet the oopoa- (oldest man in the county, celebrated : mjr forces. ., , ... ... ; I Unify rt work QI4ARANTEED J-- - CURE avnbtti j... ... .... IW ,11. LAST RESERVES CALLED. ilermany h callel out her lat re in the pant few days nicordiiiK tn a .liiiich dopatch. Within twenty-f.nlu.utii all men nut utterly in capacitated will he 011 then vay to i in appaient that traininc cenlera (lormanv mtti.u'1 lo make hnal effort 011 lheeateni fnnt before American re Ik !p ev')in. elective Jl Ks William llufiietl. of Shelbvville ' a 1 he Mi' II V. Kiiik. of both iminlnlU cut hihI isnvi Kruiaed .mi-ii it tourinc car. 11 veil i'. Mr Kiuk. was wrecked in i ; Hi o'cork Mi Km 1 The machine n injur). with jmlly damaced Slielln ville lmrptuiii 01, the Suite ihe brnlei in front nfti ' i f thu I.awsrm farm. Satuniay eveniny; luklm-ill.- ecpsl was I'M1 Ne. li IMn, Novemln'i Hie hi! I law in o, en for six .vmdm i.ml duriiiK' that time nlv ti'i rabbita be ill in mhei the irattte wardei. killed will net yeu, if vuu ikn'l waleh out. You cm l limit without a lievne. i. u ran't Kill over 12 tiirda in one da . u can't ll nit 011 (mothers place vvhImhh a license nor without the eimaent of the landnvt'ner About ft ft v ot 'he beat farms around Laucater ureustial and remember, the Kami- - warden will net you if you dun'i watch out. He said nothing to them about hia m- - ''Hack. 'lbi nriari.reuiii.Hiie.eetnilly-pns- e lenti.in. aeil tho gifts came as a sin- oil the cimst f Much of hia 1'ipitv consists eontrll d iwitor ,f I'. ..- - .and. which lie boogi t years Ke'e,ijin. After the engine m started ago aial ivlii.-- Ins- - greatly enhanced 111 the crew leaves tlie boat mul it 11 fr.nn lln stiuie. 'Ilk t.ireirt value. of Ihe boat dame cwuHferablv charge ttxntfiaiVM an t when 11 i.f biuh HARLAN CARRIES GARRARD il..r Imaia ih., ....i,..,,i, 111 place. This (Ujvic. old mi. It In the oiliiial count ami .uu.ai- - of 111 lasO b) II. M. ,S. Yeinon votea lat an emu was ih- - was coyercn 111 tne yvest iiiyantsviil.- - pie on an experliiieiitiil ship. All til- - so ( einit, iiliirli gave Hun, .Iny lliirlun called .m 111 tti iiiventiuiiH an- simply They Tile first report patleiiied after other nations. twenty mote votes SOME COON. from this precinct gave llliiin I Ml votes have very little inventive genius but Harry Toinlinson, "Skinny " Gulley yvlitn he only got Kl'.l votes. This cor- they do nut to u practical use the brains ecple nnd stamp it "made in and I'arkcr Jenkins captures a coon rection gives Harlan the county by 11 of other last Friday night on the Price farm votea instead of losing it by 11 votes as Germany." '1 his is . M. t. A. week. (iarrurd reported in our last issue. that weighed 'M pounds. None of the other candidates were ef- county is asked for tlfXK).CU. Do your His "coonship" whipped thieit dogs Mr, Har- bit and help make a homo for the boys to a itandstill, after u fight of forty fected by the final count. minutes, was finally subdued and placed lan's majority in the district is now "6G cn tne oilier slue wnu are doing )our in a sack, and brought to town, after- a Mattering majority for this young lighting for you. We cannot have peace without war. wards whipping two more fresh dogs senator. Senator Harlan Is only 30 and was at last killed with 11 aledgo years old, thu minimum ago in order The United States has to contribute its hammer borrowed from Tom McMillan, to be eligible for the office. He is a quota of men and money. The sooner MayorDaviJson claims to have weigh gvaduatc of Center College and has we meet the demands the sooner will cd the coon and vouches for its weight. practises! law in Danviile since 1900. the desired end be accomplished. lli';li.liini; The llritish forces, by hard righting, Anderson is as hale and hearty as most in spite of rain and marsh, have ex- men are at aixty and bis friends are called lo tended their line in Klandars. Sin. II. J. Walton i congratulating him upon his good health. Itichmond, on October hlli., ti. the bed-aid- e The American officials are under- He attributes most of his good health of her aiiter. lira. Lucy Sandlin, to horseback riding, which he enjovs who died October Htli. She was til taking to open negotiations with Germost every day that the weather will years of ai;e. and a noble, christian many in regard to the treatment of permit. May he live many rears Ion-Rf- r. woman, beinR a member of the l!av. prisoners. The German prisoners in the United Slates have received the list church nince earlv in life. She leaven the foliowini; sinter and best of treatment and it is hoped that LARGEST POTATO brother-- . Mrf. 1. J. Walton, of similar consideration will bo accorded Markabury: Mrs Susie Carr. of M ad- - United States soldiers taken prisoners CROP EVER GROWN. by them. isonco.iiitv.Mri-- . Amanda ttaria-nter- . ot Katill raiintv, Mr Hud McSwain. of Tho hi tiller forces at Camp Shelby Fairfax Harrison, Chairman. s' liichiiienil nml Mi ViHic McSwain, of are receiving their tirsl uctuul firing War Hoard, authorizes the fol-- j luli-liii- i Inilli.n.i nt took place at practice. Thev are also being trained lowing statement I'll'lllllOllll "The railroads are now moving what in wearing tho gas mask, which, 011 the firing line. It cariied strapped acioss promises to be the biggest potato crop j breast in a satchel resembling the in the history of tho country. This POOR JOHN" TAYLOR DEAD the iClilluiens school satchel. It contains crop, which is estimtted will total I.VI million hulicl or half one oxygen tank, one reserve oxygen John TaWur known li many again us much as last year, has been oil "I'.hii John", iln.l in the Lebanon llos-- j tank in nil' of a prolonged attack, one the way since .he middle of September. alal after a loii: illm sa He wax bv tube Tor euro lug oxygen to the fuce onus uie wealllne.l eili.. u ,. Mkii ui and one leaerve lube in ease a bullet The movement of it will coiitliiin until Heparin nrsi one. uie 11.111. lit, MtMHil April Is' m xt vnir. ennui, and ,,s v. rv old II- - had ihi nietveil bv the Commission on Car "- "vor ""' tHt'v- chiUlivi, ui, I his wife ImN been dead for '" "ihi-i- thru ll.t mouth Service imlicale that even with extenHis nearest km aie rogrteen ' tr,""lmt ei,r and is i.Uju.t.e! sive loading mure than "KO.OiKL r. will nephews and Som. tim aol"",v uUr lyrn be needed to handle the Kjtnlo ;rop Mi . Taylor sent clifeks to each of Ins ' 'lUMly ,u lh" "H,u"'1 "r'-u- l 011 guard for the gas ...Mwsamim.J1,..t:i,rj.l,n-,,K,fi..li't'- buttriaii rtTrr'r aacaattrgoa cuaraknUNA, Qirr. tU'Vtj itvuaaun l(otb igwiur pwrawi. II on ts.uu, i ninaiaji ltwM AlAaiAanMa Iry Bargains In BUGGIES That Give Satisfaction. THORNHfLL GomuosiMon & '' nit ". WAHONS Fun lighter Let us sho Metal Roofing See1 and Gi'vaniz?! lirs eo and js easy lo pet on Y. H. C. A. FUND SHOULD BE OVER SUBSCRIBED Chairman Adulpb Joseph and ill W. A. Wheelel sImmiIi! have the Jnlli of evety num. vwitilun and 1I11I11 111 the county lo see li.at Gnrianl county's .Uol u the Y M. C. A War 't'l be Itelief fund is gentlemen have worked faithfull) ond haul and are canvassing every inch ' f the count) to see thatltcliaiice is given everyone to subscribe his bit. Up to going to press everything in- -' dicates that the apportionment will bo but several hundred dollars is yet need-H- i to assure this fact. Don't wait to be seen, but give your money willingly and tend It In to eithei of the above named gentlemen and re. member that you would be wearing tiie khaki yourself, if someone else was not wearing it tor you. The i Last Longer you. sd ys tal Harness Ver BLaT .Tin! Money House Paint The Bes! on Ihe Mark t ssd at a price llit! will p'e"sc yau. l"ri Ifcv- Turning Plows That Run Linseed of Unseed Oil. HORSESHOEING Oil cirest ud Rijlt Guaran'eed. And Are Not Cotton Seed hut Ihe KokoniO Wire Fence The kind thai Stays when put up and REPAIR Depattment is very complete. does your We horse forge? town hare the best shoer in STOVES 1 RANGES NOTICE City Taxes are due and most be set O. UucV. Collector. tled at once. W. J. ROMANS. ! Lancaster, Keatucky. The Central Record, Thursday, Nov 15, 1917. Wi have arranged fer a teries of tlx intcreitlng article,, "War Talk., by Uncle Dan," written by Mr. Howard H. Gross, president of the Universal Military Training League, at which this Is the first They tell In a graphic way why military training Is of value, both to the nation and to the individual, and our readers will find them of unusual Interest. vc I. "One of C's Famous rr; .1.' - s. if y t - - 'jifeWr'Sr "V-S'- VJ1 . i crn n cram fed ys.t will find ! !! .10 1 Vliet, corn, oMt, bailey and ktfir err.tain (?bove bodily maintenance) rlrrr.er.tg fer an r.vetaRt ef 224 yolks end mv that ISfni&i.f . The h;n uh- - .iba I'.c'crcct ylfca. fain Chowder curplie cult down further ccc production. PunnaO. tho white elements. WAR TALKS By UNCLE DAN Number One America Must Fight Hard or Germany May Win Necessity for Military Training. I nc ruijcd, enduring, ground' gripping, antiskid 'Chain ' Tread Nest time you need Tieati. n tire, buy n United Slates 'Chain' rf Purina. Note the elea.cr.ts Purine Chicken ChovJu7 Sc-;.l- ?h J Feed 132.05 '.'A !'.! CoI.n-- llcticn e rnd the large rj'ir IM 232.55 142.11 yolk rci's' d. .a; IVSc:.? 424.e6 tf white r.d cfjca or money back 'is . i -- Tecs. CSJ i.,f... nicrr.oncTr"1 Uyr.f rciv a. :i i j"m. I ' X.t ! 'B.'i v.fcia I.j . v t 'lmM r! Vron . c r iw '' i ' i.ii.vi,i.iU!j .:('. ' r. - ,.rfM-... If l"rre do r.ot f r." h I .vurruiu..tvt i..ll'ut.na8rstch !' ,..i t WPy;f;fVI hxPURlMAlifl B aCJI.frjrnifl r jr'Mfs ... Purina FctJs eetr.s n A'' Leading Dealers. W. 8. RIGNEY. Funeral Lancaster, Director and Embalmer. 3D. Oflice Phone 18. Residence Phone Kentucky. Don't Buy a Wagon XJniil You Have Seen Hie Columbus . Strongly Ueforo you decide on nnv wago,-)- . cxainino the Columbus. built of tlio ,osFibl material the Columbus iu;uu i.-- i tin- - mot satisfactory furvicc for the lotiRt-- .t ju noil of yur. Tin re is no sm:ri t in the notedly loui; iu'c of tnu CoIiiiiiIjiid t.aon. It is tlio rcult of tho methods employed in cuiidrtiction. Thre is no und in this wagon .I from ww to tvo ye.irs. which has not bwii nndur The axles titid ll.o tioluB of thy whevU arn hickury: tho bounds, bolsters and c.indiioau. uw uuk, and tho Ixdtuin f the box is ftr.ii;lit gra.r.i'd fi..v.,k" if. T1h-- d rojitft a few rtampli s 'f l', ear v inrli is ta .en to make tlj . : v.iro i n liable ..s pot3ili .' 'I 'n r nlt is that tho C !u"llU3 v.aoj I urihi it..l le in relu.''i.)! " I'l, ai.ee. Culuo in c .J c:..ini::c it fo: ' 'ir' ''. V'i.kmii . mi iv .11 In ,ic I. l"t Becker & Ballard. Phone 27. Bryantsville, Ky. What New York women will wear this winter Publithcd twico month "' f'r t vc, itr nnlj . rtliini.lii i lr.tiMi i.iwlt, villi i i illutirmiwr k .1 ti.e nv't"t m .ifl.'ii' )wU VOGUE ' """'' ' "Now. Willi-,- " mid his mother, "ynttr Uncle Dnu I comlns tomorrow to pvnd n week with us on the fnrtn, nnd If you wnnt to know about the war. here's jour opportunity. Unel Pan M men probably one of tho liH In the country." lllllle hnnds and ruvc mcli u whoop that ho wakened the Imhy, but what eould yon Imy who Is expect of : tlfteen-year-ol- d a llvlnc Interrogation point nnd wants in know about war? Uncle Dan arrived In due time and lllllle watched for nn opiorlualty. It came that evening after dinner when Uncle Dan bad lighted u cigar and takeu n seat on the porch. "I'm mighty glnd jou came. Uncle Dan. I want to talk to you about the nor. We have Just put military train-lu- g la our township high school, but wo had n bard lime to do It. The Jnneoes nnd the (Jreggs objected. They fald the war wouldn't come over here. Grandma Jones said: They ain't no use to worrit. It will mn blow over.' Well, we put the training In Jint the same. You orter beard Judge Ilrow-nol- i, the president of the school Ixianl, do the slackers up. He said unless we take off our coats and go to it, Germany may yet win, nnd If she does, she will take over the gn at Ilritlh fleet as u war trophy and compel us to do what ever she wants to; that she eould make us pay all the cost of the war; tho kal-- er could tax us as he pleased and that we couldn't help ourselves. IIu could make ivery one pay over n imrt of what he earns; that he eould make the farmers pay rent for their own farms, etc. Now, Uncle, what do you think of that?-- ' "Well, my boy," said Uncle Dan, "all that Judge Urownell says might easily come true and may unless we go quickly to the aid of the allies with large numbers of men and help them break the German line. Unless we can beat the submarines, they may pre. vent us from getting enough food to th.' nllle to keep them going. In Hint ease Germany would win. As mutters taml today, our greatest neii! Is Irslned men. If we bad bad scernl millions nf men with military naming In our Industries and on our fnrm-- i when the war came, who crniM ton' be II ciilbtl lit wire for servlie. I do not helli'xo the kalMT would hax" fore '1 the war upon us. As It ia. no for ux. nnd now we are in it and mte-- r go through with It. I'.ut In tniiit we be caught mi never holly unprepared. "Ti en- - Is .inly one safe way." said I'tii li- - I inn. "and that Is to adopt permanently iiniii al military tratinii' upplv It to yming man who is phjsli-iill.I'.i. say In his nineteenth .r twentieth ymr. The training ran I"' carried forward In the United States training camps that aro now being established for training men etilled by the solcdlxe draft. As soon ns these men vacate thee stations, they should he filled by younger men. and Ibis should lie made tho permanent iiollcy of the country." lilllle's mother, Mrs. Graham, had inerhiiird Ihe foiiUTsatlou, She came out und said: "lleally, llrother Dan, Mte you serious as to the dangers, of our country If It Is us bad as that, It Is high time for us to wuko up and do something about It." Uxaelly," replied Uncle Dan. "It Is better to wake up now than to he rudely analiennl later. We may us well understand, sister, that this Ik our ' si r and we must win it or God help Uverjlhliig that we have America. or hope to bate our liberties, our blessing, our oppottunllles are nil In ihe great Issue before us. Nothing must stand between us mid winning this war. It In a iiucstlon whether the peoples' right or Ihe kaiser's might shall dominate the world. If there ever was u holy war, this Is It. W tins llghtlug for world liberty, Wn are lighting for Ihi' freedom of humanity. Wo are lighting for the right of men to govern theuisehes Instead of being governed against lliclr overlord, rcrllous will hy u war-matimes ore nlicud of us. Wo must be any sacrifice, to perprepared to make forin any service that may be required (If W cojt lhnn you have ever had out of any oilier make You will net more real service oul of it nt lower mileage lllli 1 woven fitric pneumatic. While .you may hope xvu ;irc riRlil, we know wc are right. We l:now, bccr.use wis miiko the 'Chni'Trcad. V.'o knovt , because tlioutaml upon thousands of motor-hi- t h.iviiif; onco u.icd tho 'Chain' Tread, continue season nfter reaaon to remain 'Chnin' Tread users. We hiinw, brcnutc ths tremendous sales increases show contir.uoii'ly nr winu increase in new users. Put one of these rugged, enduring, Rround-Rrippin- s 'Chain' Tread Tires or your cav and make comparisons. United States Tores Are GoodTiiov KtAby' t 'Chair "vri 'Rs..t Tmhr Cord' 'Uwo' 'Plain' itAf Mftir Sfm ar ' t AerM9 r.iinr ," fllliU--JiJii- 'Jj I3';. 'V .i-- . felluiiuji IlLa-'-'iVUns'JiI- i;; .iLlUmiill! !tiiLUlllimitiiiu.!LdUljlIlM. A Complete Stock of United States Tires carried REX CAR ACE, LANCASTER PUBLIC OF SUE iO rii'it r: Land. Stock and Crop Having decided to quit farming, I will at a.m. Thursday, Nov 22nd on the premises on the Shakerlown pike, 1 mhes frum Dauvilk, sell my farm consisting of ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY ACRES, more or less. This farm is brick residence, private water works, acetylene light well improved, plant, two tenant houses, 2 tobacco barns, 1 extra stock barn and all other necessary out buildings. This land is in a high state of cultivation. Will grow hemp,ftobacco, or any crops grovn in Kentucky. Bounded on the north and west by thejiand of Jerry C. Caldwell, on the south by land of Thomas Jaokson, east by Shakcrtown pike. This land will be offered in two parcels nnd taen as a whole, and which ever brings the most money will be accepted. Will also sell 1- -4 10-roo- m 15 three Head of Horses and Mules, Jersey Cows, one-year-old 11 Extra Good tl'n nf 13 n of us." "Oh. Uncle Dan," exclaimed lllllle, ,l'nmy I bring my chum, Jlmmlo Collins, when we have our next talk? Ho Is n bug on this war business und Just' fcrnry to see you." "Cerlalnly," said Uncle Dan, witu u. hcurty laugh. "Jf we nrc to Imvo moro talks, I shall be gbtd In Iiavn Jlmmlo , 'Join us." Dllllc clapped nls bands and ran to. 'the 'phono and (old Jlmmlo to be oreK ,it men o'clock toe next evemoft "li" liLri.V 10 Ur $Z.0O kl '" ill fctt r,) Social Vi 1J uffer, lend no money nuw heifersj'two steer calves; three suck, two ling calves; 9,000 tobacco sticks; all kinds of farming tools and implements, householdjand kitchen furniture. Terms liberal and made known on day of sale. Wl..''r V. ii IVUs Ni'.mWr m ltllltl I K llollj.r luiulr Uintiir KumUr ("I r Writ "III St., N. Y. CUr. 11) nuuWr, of Vi'iu Uir)n Willi Nor. Still I' iwuilfr il w I i.Urtianl In ifii4 ury w7 " r0'- - lW ""' 1 i l w ,umjnf iii. ..l rf. lli ". NumUr , NiOie Addm, WJHntry Klc Hprlr By Dinwiddie Joe P. Ware. & Owens, Agents. Jil C3 The Tobacco Growers Madison, Of Garrard and Other Counties. announce that we will iWe wish to open the Home Tobacco W'house IKCOItrOKATKD. 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 1 aaKrBJKLtr' was the highest average of any house in the State of Kentucky. Have your sold by experienced Tobacco Men, with personal attention to each basket. Long Tom Chenault Auctioneer. I. M. Hume Floor Manager. Joe Boggs, Bookkeeper. To-bac- co W. E. Luxon, Salesman. G. B. Turley, Check Writer. J. B. Walker, Solicitor. Quite a number from this community Messrs Otto and (,'arl dmliiiK of jThurvlay. Camp Taylor Were llie week end cucsts Mr. Krr.esl Montcomeiv sold a bunch were in Lancaster Saturday morning - .i TYPEWRITING iod it Mim (ilutlui of hog tu Mr. Ilenrv lluble at KU and to hear the address by I'm'. Coates of iitur in of honie folk. Iticlimoml, TELEGRAPHY Ituhmor.il tin wi rk Mr. nntl Mtk. John (itllion of I'erry 1 Ic-- per pound. K11HM.II MiTHIUIINESS ICOLLEGE Mr ( nil lliiiiiii will in Kichrnond county were the cuests of Mi. and Mis Mr and Mrs Hubert Slienow are im- - .Mr. and Mrs. Ed Dailey and daughri mfnfl irr i rilw fc A. McKniitht the past week. Saturdn- - mi proving; slowly, hut their little daiish-- I ters visited Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Walton of Marksbury, Saturday and Sunday. , mw .iiF now n4 rr nr Our Hour is uiiaranteed to please you ter, Ida I.ee, remains seriously ill. ' MITII.LmlafiM. Uf, Mr I. II Davis nf Livingston visit-liMMWILMt'R K. Mrs. W alton is ill. or money- - back. hi patents Thursday iiml Fiidav .Mrs. K. V. Scott, Mrs. KdGrovv and I I In accordance with the request of the Hudson, IIurIii-- s A: Karnau. daughter, Kelda, spent a part of the Mix. .'. N Hicks who hk lieen iintr committee in charge of the V. M. C. A Mr. and Mrs. Napier of Owtley Co., week with relatives on Poor Kide ill foi some tuni', ii slowly improving. ; work, the regular collections uf the spent the past with Mr. and Mrs. Mr. It. I.. Tracy sold a pair of work Ilran. shorts, mixed feed, oats, rnrn, Methodist and Ilaptist Sunday Sihools A. T. Ilowlint; and Mr, and Mrs. II. iulIcs to Dorton Iltos, for he also liaj fur Mile. Hudson, Hughes il'anuu Mays. of this community were donated to the lie undersigned hereby (."Ve warn-lr- , boucht of I. F. NHylor a pair for S250. fund being raised by Carrard county. Mr .1. V. Anglin and family spent Mr. and Mrs. II. 1'. Ccuii and chil- to ull not to trespass uiuii Mis Kinma l'ierce of liryantsville Mm. Ardy At its business session Saturday af.ilren, Mrs. V. I". Anderson and children was the guest of her tister, Mrs. K. C. oar lands tor any puriose whatever as Sundai with their daughlrr. Dnii. spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Montgomery at Lock Spartof last week. ternoon, Liberty Ilaptist church recallo will prosecute nil offendcis to ful Misses Ida Hurte and Kthel Mae Howling. ed Kev. I). F. Sebastian to be its pasw. Hunter and. extent of t- Mr. Auther I'reston bought of Mr. tor for tiie coming year. Ileginning in Davis were shoppers in Lancaster Miss Allie Creech of this place and Prshcrmrn especially take notice. IE. I., darker. 9 acres of the Nelson j Mr. Willie January services will be held twice a Ithndis of Madison were t'A & N II I'rict C. 1.. Klkin bet-in ! united in inarriacc at Lancaster on tract of land for $1200 and is erecting a monthon the stcond and fourth SunH 0. Arnold. J. 0. Itiesby. Mr. Che iter Clark who has dwelling on same. days. K, I.. Fratre .Inhii Tatum. I Ohio. seeking a location, re turned home (last Wednesday eye. Mr Sunday. Our Sunday Schools are doing good The death Hnel visited the home uf I Mr. W. I,. Crow sold to Clint Sher- I. I.. Arnold T. It. Slaviu. Mi-- K Klla Ma. McKinney of Ittch- - Mr. and Mrs. Thompson and claimed row n filly, price $45, he also sold to work and have a great mission to pel- ( M. Moberb, It. L llarker. In- attractive guest of her their sou. Arch, lie leaves a devoted Chn. Duncan a cow for $2.. and a ' form. Kvoryone is urged to attend. I!. M. I.er. Iinnml it I S Kigshj. Ml a. Kd l!nwn. to mourn his loss, also a father, bunch of hogs to V. A l.enr at $15. The knowledge and training that is re I wife J )K 1'lirkK Suns Daily. , ceived in the Ilible schools is a meat a i.. J. D. Nay lor. j Mr. Walter l'urks of liichiunnd was j mother, two sisters and two brotheis. Iter hundrtd, ' the neck end guest of his gland-par-'fiiU S Ferguson. factor in the formation of chat actor Mr. and Mrs. Win llurtf. Sr. and every father and mother should Mrs KintiiH IlicginUitliani. RELANCASTER BUTCHER MT. HKBRON take their children or see that thel i ines M While and w iff. Mtk. S. I1. Dan irtiirnid iioint' We will add other names for iliceiits Thursday fiom mi extended l tu her attend. JOICES OVER WIFE'S daughter. Ml. Ilniilwick in Hamilton. j Mrs. Kuiest Moulgott.ery is on the jstok list. Ohio. Would Make Daddy Sorry. RECOVERY. Mr. Wood-o- n Scntt, uf Nicholasville, Thu.c from this place whu attended ltlcliat'il wiik proud uf his newly hp-- I One day wltlht ipilnsl pompadour. HUNTERS TAKE NOTICE. tie pif supper lit Miiiie, Sutiliilay was a caller here Sunday afternoon ntlmlr-lu- g ti iHitt mi i njo able tune unit "My wife suffered fur live years and I Klandiug in front uf the glass Mr. and Mrs. Thus Hicks, MeMlamei It. he suddenly turned to hi moth fri ygrecincnt Witnesseth, That In good snio of pie II. Montgomery and F.d (Iioiv weie practically lived on toast and hot water. II. er iiml said: "Say. ltinmtua, when dud oi ii inutiH't tin- game mi our1 Doctors said the would hale lu be 'in Danville Friday uflentouii. foines home- - nnd sees my pompadour, id ft' ii iei hhI uf three vein we operated on fur gall stones. A lady won't he be sorry he hail his hair cut DON'T BLAME THE CHILD. ' The Ml. Helmut Sunday School has advised not to hunt tlieii'on, nor nd cuis-li- es her tu try Mayr's Wonderful bujd." just sent an ulTering and bos lo the runt lint both ele to do so. ami we Don't mo Id ntir children foi lack nf Kentucky lliiptixl Chiliiicus Hume the lleiredy and after taking I buttles over dili-- i rtin i ague to utosreute with two jears ago, she has been entirely It amour. t being iibuul $117. contml iio-- i the kidney reereliuns. Fuel Value of Woods. w!)o violate the game e all since. Hickory, uiik. beech, blrih. luinl mais not ar in s the clulilrfn's fault in Mr. Mury Ilarker gave a pie supjier well ever simple harmless prepatntion ivk s of he i. luck) or treapnaa upon our It is a ple, ash. elm. locust, lung-lon- f pine nnd eases it means. weak Lionel and at her school ut llotiriie S.ilurilai ndi for the purpoiie of hunting Anil liitui) mucous from eherr.y lime ftilrly high heitl values, r call In leadlly righted, liead ibis was realised w hicli that leuiovesthecaliirrhal levelling. About tu titer UKrve lo net us Deputy ami allays (he nnd only one cord of sonsoneii wood ' nilvlie. the intestinal tiiu't, ninthei will be used for the lilirui) Uarileiii for the purjMMe of car- in which caues practically ill of those pedes is reipilreil In iiiiiil Mrs. Ii. (i. CriitchiieHl. St ini'ord St . Mr. mul Mrs F. W. Miiutguinery ami stutuueh, live r ami Intestinal ailments, one ton of coal. Illekori. of the lion ut thm agreement. Kxctpteach Lancaster. suy: "Ml little bm was Ittlle sou, C'lftou, were with their ut, i'e.slnoti- - uooils tins ill,- hli'lii'M fuel .t !i i e the rtulit tu Kill rabbits on Kivatlv triiilhltsl Willi weak knuies mul Mr Olio Mnutt(oinvr.v, i it LealnKluu. ineliuliiiK appendicitis.. One dose will Millie (iff lllllt voltituo or uooil iiiiil i.s or ' null it to I dink by f ciMivinee or money re'ut detl. action, ivlttcn Hie has other mil untunes. It lutrn-- . venl, t i ui'ilei latter put t uf lite week. our tiH.rviion, or I he1 had no tontiol over then It. K. Alcliuberts. Druggist. ..Ull caiined no end of anno) aticc. ami tum- ! liilli- - l .Is l,.ilsi lie . hint . ' i'i-- i ill some lesputMIlM and Mis. .(. A. Clurk, Mis- - Ciinnline I '(.'lanut it ble. The child looked oak iiinios uel followed Ii lie ron selec'isl by us. liuers, of DhiiviIio ami Mr. Jim QUNNS CHAPEL. beeeh. birch nail maple. box of Dnuu' KhIiio.i 1'ilU awl bvgii lieger, uf li t toil wuru the jftlests of This Nou'inbfl lAth, 1U15. IliviiiK them tu l.nn aceoidinif lu diree-tuMii- t. Mis ItiMilah Seb.itian was a guest their sister, Ml. W. I., (itow, last I ijKiu. I'ltey promptly J. K. Itobinson, cured him." nf Miss Valt ria Whitulier, recently. TiuhIuv. i W. II. Ilimyn, i (Statement given I i einl r M. 1 atrti. . llllll. PASTE ON YOUR MIRROR. ! Miss LiIIiiiii Daltou will Rio- - it pie! lllKliest tntllket price fur coin. l AUx Walker, llurlon. 111 CI' A I'FUMAM-.NHe has tweiUi-iiin- e HuiNun, Hughes & Faruau. chances of coin"selliug supper mid an T. A. Klkin. Iltiiealeii llrus., On November 1". tl'lti, Mrs. Crutch. Iiuiim-- , Sunny-sid- e ing home tu one chance of being killed. I". M. Tinder. J II D.ilton. Mr. Ilowaid J.iind spent the ueek-em- l Kidney match" at Held said; "The cure Dunn's He bus iiiuety'eight chances uf reLet evcobislyl with his hiutloMr, Hiram Lund near Satutda) ei filing. Logan Hubble, II. Smith. I'ills made for iiuo of my cliildien has covering from u wound tu two of dying. N", Uuss, .1 (!. M, Deshon, conie inepared tu spell and eat pie. Maiksburv. been a lasting one. " only unit chance In obO of los-- i l islifi- Herring, II. II. Cox, ' CiUc, ut all ileujers. Ml. M. I.. Montgomery had a inuie Mr. and Mis. Allen Tenter entertain- , lie has ing n llmli, J. W. Sweeney, Co.. Mfgts. Iluiralo. N. Y. HiiRlna linn, lo die last wtek, ed Key. N, (!. Young and Mr. and Mrs. He will live live yeara longer because W. M. Mahan. j Wither llius. Mr. W. L. (iiuiv bought of Itev. J. Harmon Teater. of physlcul training, William, Marcus and Jim While. W, Malum a harness male puce 7.'i. Kev. D. F. Sebastian, Mr. and Mrs, I He is MAJNSE. freer from diseaie in the army It. F. Wilmol, J. D. l'ope, Mr Thus Hicks sold some nice cattle Walter (iruiv were guest of Mr. and i than in civil life. Mrs. David Chenault. Fred .1 Conn, per Niuud. Mis. Klbert Calico, Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Henry (Ireen are the to Mr Henry Ituble, fur He has belter imdical cure at th V. II. Cook. J, tV, Klmore, ptoud parents uf a boy. (leiiuiiie Kanawha Salt. Miss Ora Foster uf llradshaw Mills front than at home. 'lest fur Huffman llros, T. ('. Itankiti. Mrs. Ilurdetle Itanisev SHMit the past curing meat. Hudson, HuKhea.t Faruau was a guest of Misses lleulah and Ails J In other wurs from ten to II f teen men Wm. (i, Anderson. mm Cotton, died from disease to one from bullet. Mr F.verett (Iiuiv who has breu uf. Sebastian Saturday and Sunday. W. II. Moss week in Tenn., and Indiana with relaT. M. Arnold Jr In this war one nun die from disMis Jessie II. I'uy hud as her guests feiitig fiom a cut on his limit is able to K. K. Henry, Jno. M. White, tives. Tuesday night, Missea Viola Tribble. ease to every ten from bullets. Mrs. Jane Kstrlilge U vls'ting her be mil. llright II erring. A, I, llradshuw This war is less wasteful of life than Mr, Sam Duncan and C. W, John son Zula and Mayme Calico, ami Hrulah Scott Huffman brother. Mr. Ilerry Angel of Mario'ii Ii. 1.. Ilarker. uuy other in history. Chicago Herald. county. of Nicholasyilie were in this locality Mav. Win. and l.izzio Oustott. BuilMu.Phaaography BOOKKEEPING LOWKLL HIGHEST PRICES PAID RmMsata Mailed aa Day Sfclpnwat U Rtthti POSTED No Commission to Pay Writ l.r Vrif Lit! mmi Saippiaa Tafl M. Sabel & Sons LOUISVILLE. KY. lil Optimistic Thought. Prophesy re.sldetli wlm v Hot but In a uia,o In wisdom and virtue. ;iii. Constantinople. Discovered "Arabian Nights." The "Arabian Nlslit" stnries were irniisl.iteil Into Fngllsb from the Arable by Antonio tiulhind. n French savant, nnd traveler. Mho died III 171.r. lie iilitained them III their nrldnal form during his visit to thy Fast as mi utttiche of the French embassy at It Helps! M troubles peculiar to women. The thousands ot women v.lu have been helped by Cardui i:i tl'.e past '10 years, iscvne'u-siv- c rroof (hat it is a good medicine I r women It Eiicuid who suffer. help you, too. There can be no doubt as to the merit ct Cr.idui, the woman's toa'C, in the treatment of many f. bdl. ,i Take 33 The Woman's Tonic fc Mrs. N. n. Varncr, of Hixson, Tenn., writes: "I was passing through Aly back and the sides were terrible, and my suffering indescribable. I can't tell just how and where I hurt, about I all over, I think began Cardui, and my pains grew less and less, until I was cured. I am temaikably strong for a woman 64 years ol age. ... ... Idoallmy housework." Try Cardui, today. G The Central Record, Thursday, Nov 15, 1917. The Central Record 8SUKD WKMCI.T. A FORMER LANCASTER BOY.I SCHOOL NOTES. INCORPORATE. $1.00 A YEAR. J. catered Member K. ROBINSON. Editor. K.L. Kl.KIN. Local Editor and Mgr. it 4 Ilia 8oi4 ClM, Mill Mallet. and rotl Offlcd In ljnrtitrr. Kt., Kentucky l'rru Association KighUi District Publishers league. Luada, If., Nortmber 15, 1917 Rates For Political Announcements .$ 6.00 For Treclnet and Cltv (ffl:es 10.00 "or County Offices tor State nnil District Offices.... IS. 00 .10 Hor Calls, per line .10 i For Cards, per line . Por all publications in tlie interest of individuals 'or eipres-sio- n of indiTidual views, per line flbituarie. per linn The following item from the Courier Herald of Dublin, (teorgia, will be read with Interest by ull who remember Itev. C M. Chumbley when he was Pastor of the Presbyterian Church of this place. When Mr. Chumbley came to Lancaster, Lewis was four or five years of age nnd In first school was in the Lancaster (traded School, Mrs. T. his llrst teacher J. I'rice g "Mr. Lewis: Chumliley. who liiw Imd charge of the military instruction in liichmond College, liiclunoml, Vn , has recently received a commission iu cup. tain in the corps of engineers in the Virginia Volunteers. In addition to his work as military instructor in the col lege Captain Chumbley is also teaching higher mathematics and chemistry in Kfcbmond Academy and taking the regular law coumc in the college. His class. Junior Law, has honored him with the presidency of the class, nn honor that his friend in this rily will appreciate." The work of the present school yeur is progressing very satisfactorily. is a little below that of Isst year, but the attendance Is better. The new Physics Laboratory is ubout the most interesting room In the build' ing now. The Physics clan seems to be pleased with the equipment, nnd are mnklng good u of it at regular Inlwr. atriry periods. Professor Milton Elliott of Frankfort Kv, visited the school last Friday and conducted chapt I exercises. Professor Elliott always has something worth while for the school children. Rev. C. E. Cillison. pastor of the A Dandy Farm 208 Acres Every foot of it is good. No cold land on it. It is well improved and ready for the plow. If you want a bargain see me at once. SUES FOR BIG AMOUNT. Suits were filed through tin- - United States district Court at Frankfort by C. C. Ilosworth, trustee in bankriipcy of tho Kentucky Rural Credits As against former officers soclation, nnd others connected with the company In one suit he seeks to for $20fi,000. recover from James L. Watkins, the treasurer, and the American Surety Company of New York. $25,000, al leged to have been paid out to O. L. VanLandingham. agent for the sale of stock, in the oilier ne secKs to re cover $231,000 from former Gov. James B. McCrenry. president of the com pany; W. II. Giitner, JoeC. VanMcter. Hubert Vreeland. James I.. Watkins, Forrest Butts, Wallace Muir. J. U Jaring, Price M. Witt, T. J. Bigger-stafThomas C. lUnkin. U L. Dorsey, Judge John M. Lassing. Morgan C Hughes, C J. Elbnck. Chas. II. Ilerry-maClaude Mercer, Robert M. Scott, Harry B. Hanger, Younger Anderson. Robert A. McDowell, and James F. f, n. THE NEW DRAFT SYSTEM. The first contingent of our new Brmy consisting of 687,000 men is about com pleted and steps nro being taken and tie pinna are now being published for the next contingent. Tho entire pop. illation and especially the doctors and lawyers are appealed to in lh crisit f the nation to give of their best and free service to advise and council the drafted men in reporting to There should be tbo .Draft Boards. organised In this community, three of these hoards, one constituted of the legal profession, one of the medical fraternity, and another of the private citizens for the purpose of assisting the boys who are called to do military service in presenting their cases to tho Draft Hoaicl. Tho next contingent will be made up in quite a different manner from the one just completed, which makes the assistance of these Advisory Boards bo necessary. Under the now system, just published, every man who regis tered and who has not heretofore been railed for examination will be furnished with a list of questions which he will be required to answer and file with the Local Board within a week after he receives them. The date when these question will be furnished has not been fixed by the War Depai tment but it will be in the near future. Alter the questions have been answered and returned by the drafted men, the local Board will proceed to immediately divide the entire remainder of the drafted men into flvn classes and the men will be called into military service according to'the clses and to the serial number in the respective classes beginning with ts Lancaster Baptist church, the chapel exercises Tuesday morning. Brother Calli.son, having lieenn teacher himself, knows the needs of boys nil girls, nnd always contributes some thing helpful. The local ministers take their weekly turns at chapel as usual. The whole school misses Brother Tin. cl.tr this year. Thn High School Literary Societies have been leorganizcd this year. Th joint picgnim this week, the first of the year, was very interesting. Klisha lending) (ieorge A Corner gave Swinelnond reviewed the progress of the war for the last month: and Miss sang lor the meeting. Mary Lee The Iiovh and girls will hold their meet' ings separately lit the next irgulnr meeting date. The Seventh and Eighth grades also have organized for special Friday afWorld's Oldest Ob(t.vator. ternoon programs every two IVkln hn ihe oldest :nlrino:nirui prouram. given Inst Friday observatory In the world. It was esthe first Both tablished In V.Tii mid It tontalns was all that could be expected. teachers nnd pupils were delighted. Instrument which were plscrsl there upon lt HONOR ROLL. 11 lur PAUL FINCH. Orchard, Crab Ky., R. F. D. 2 FOR SALE rondition. I'rice Old Fashion Walnut $3"). desk m goo Dr. Wm. I. I'ryor Famous Cherokee Hallbreed. Sequoyah, Inventor of the Cherokee Lillian Kclley, Elsie Hatfield. alphabet, wiih one of. the great men of the Indian rare He was :i halfbreed tirade III Cur not t Fothergill. tirade V Homer Carrier. Edith whose KnlMi naiiu- - wan (Jeorge Cue.. Ills father win n white man Moore. Indian Grade VI lniia Aldndge. .Myrtle and hl. mother a woman. Lee. Lizzie Young. The Work Cure. no remedy for trouble equal to liunl work labor that will tlrv 3 mi physically to such nu extent that nu must -- leep. If you have met with Jim do uot want lo und think ubout them. You wont Mcep, and to eat yonr racnln with nil appetite: but you rorjnnt, iiu!r ynu work. Then- l (trade II- - Robert llatson D.ivulsoii. lleattie Denny, Corn Hudson Schooler, to have been allowed to draw from the Ancompany without consideration. other $40,000 is asked for on tbe ground that it was expended in the company's business without right The trustee is represented in tho suit by Attorneys A. M. Baker, and J. A. Edge of Lexington and .1. W. Cam- mack, of Owenton. KINNAIRD BROS GARAGE. Jett money VanLandingham is alleged r jcscsittJ rr s. srrcisiifT. coxqmc Ml IMV : ! his. AM . NTS Tisiirt. UT At ftttlll ttrta AMI Bonuna ro rwisWk-ii-c. I.S want to ask nil teachers to send li monthly reports IMtOMITLV the school month ends. This is very IM Both chiMrcn and rowivupt wilh I'OUTANT and 1 hope all teacher- - wil couha (.ml coldi, arc all I he bcltf r for atteml lo this matter AT UNCK a dote if Foley's Honey and Tar at Miss Jennie Higgiiw. Supt tcd litre. It warjj off croup, ttopa ticklinj throat, onj hacking coujr.fi , and makes an othcrwiw feveruh, tlcrp NOTICE. Icw niht tA couhinj an J diilmi, The twit time to plant fruit and xhsii-tree- s, quiet and restful one. blooming shrub, rhubnnl. a.spar BROWNSVIM.E. TEXAS. Mf. folrr, thl of "gus, "Mr Ut ttM grnf vines, resen, ptimes. iiaf u ntbsrr rottfli MsrdwiM, m ylr'm Hoary uJ Tr U renal l brta quk rrbrl. etc, is in the KALI. (let our If ttpsrtUDy e fcctivs U nac l bJ ru4W. Isrge illustrated catalog of everythinf ctt rrco five it to wr tAtif if klwaya 0 t(t ttwdi, totmi ivrNmi mmJ for Orchard, Utn and (isrtjrii, Kineni ll vpUff stock grown anywhere. H. F. HILLENMEYER SONS. Stormrs Drugstore txl. Islington, Kentucky I The Evening 8 ! NOTICE TO TEACHERS. Line-U- p tt i Now locate'1 in the Rex building on Lack of room has Stanford street. We are prepared been our handicap. for you now as we have aliout 7000 feet of good clean floor space, good wide class one. Th Oral 'class will include entrance both in front and rear, plenty bachelors or married'men who have no of room in front no crowding. Our mechanical department is under no dependant upon them for support the managment of Mr Edd Daugherty. arid not skilled in any essential war, Second class includes married You all know Ed as he has served you men whose families would be able to tor the past four years, from the little support. theoieWf s and skilled farm boy of the kiddy car to the magnificent laborers or men "engaged in necessary cars, that go over the Booriway enroute industrial enterprises." The third to the South. They know Ed. they declass includes men with parents, pend on him and they kpow he is just brothers, 'sisters or foster children en- as careful and competnnt, with one as tirely dependant upon them for support the other, thats the rcason,ond we, as and county or municipal officers. The will as you, arc glad, to know that Ed fourth e'.'asi Includes married men with will still be with us to1 look after your wife am) children absolutely dependent every need and care. In our sales room we are glad to be upon them for support. The fifth class are thou who are registered but abld to show you three, cars of which Opposed to be wholly exempt from the public are proud namoiy, the fam service, such as national and state ofH-oa- ous Hudson Super Six, the powerful and ministers of the gospel, and Hupmobile with its hill climbing ca LEXINGTON OPENS The Lexington TOBACCO MARKET DECEMBER Tobacco Incorporated 3, 1917 Gompany Warehouse those physically unfit for service. The whole of the next contingent will probably ba'made op ot class number one, takee (p the order ot serial numbers. 4 This seems to be the wisest and most practical way of completing our army. If the appeal by the President and the War Department Is heeded and the Advisory Boards are promptly organized to help the drafted men to honestly and correctly answer tho required questions so each may be in his correct class, the nation will have a powerful army of which the Kaiser will take notice. f. NEW FIRM. Furniture Company this morning, took full charge of the Whetler Furniture Company which was purchased latt week by the new tlrm. Mr. I,. II. Sapp will be the active manager of the new firi.i Dr. J. T. Sluton, of Islington, will not take an active part in the conduct of the business. Mr. Keen Lutes who lias been with tho store since it opened here, will remain with the new tinn. Mr. Lutes is onu of the best furniture men in this section of the State. Mr. Sopp, who lias Leen connected with tbe Wheeler stores a number of years. lie is a is well known in Danville, hustler and a popular gentleman and knows the furniture business from beginning to end. He will be warmly Welcomed at a resident of Danville, The same liberal policies that have characterized tlie Wheeler store in the past will be followed by tljo new firm. Ci'oods will, in the future us in the past, be purchased through the Wheeler string of stores. Tbo Advo-tjit- e predicts continued success for this opular establishment. Advocate, Th Slapp-HIato- pacity and last but not least the wonderful little Dodge Bros ear that has caused such a wide sensation among s com the people who crave a plete car within itself under $1,000.00. We are fortunate to be able to vhow the public three cars of the reputation of these. Let u demonstrate, its a pleasure. Our line of accessories is complete, our oils and grease are of the beat, as we carry only the Mobiloils, a grade for each car. Tho name lulls the story. n our tire department you will find United States. Silvertown Cords, IU' public, Miuller, Racine and Let- - I'unc tureproof Tires of all sizes, for all cars, As you well know there is likely to be quite an advance on all standard auto mobiles within the next few months. Why not call us up and let us save you that advance, place and order now for spring delivery. Our phone number is 81, call Us up, we are always reudy to take care of nhonu calls night or day as we have plenty of help that have rooms In the building. John and Robert Kinnairtl, Props, high-clas- WITH ITS THREE SALES HOUSES Lexington House Jno. L. Buckley, Manager. Jno Stivers Geo. Ballard Asst. Managers Phone 3332. Planters House J. Leslie Jas. Knight C. Stone Central House Dan W. Scott Clyde Buckley Managers Fhone 1704 Managers. Phone 791 Cremo Dairy Feed will make your cow givo moro milk. Hudson, Hughes and Fur nun. Proof of Pswer cf Advertltlt g. "Advertising Is rent art." MM )uo trmlrMiiMi 10 unothcr si du or n 129. "Let mo Klw jou uii Illustration : IVho hlmiild lo tin- win of Jacob) Iti'ulien, of rourw. Hut which most lo J on read of und jaslly? Why Joxcpli: ho He won- - u iimt of iniiny 11 ARE NOW OPEN TO RECEIVE TOBACCO From all the information we can gather we are of the opinion that we will have a very satisfactory market. We have only experienced and competent men to handle your business. Our motto has always been Prompt and Efficent Service We thank our friends and customers for their patronage in the past, and solicit a continuance of same. LEXINGTON TOBACCO WAREHOUSE CO Incorporated Solon. wlilUt (he real of tho family rreut ubout In the ordinary kind whatever they may have been. So wo hear of Joseph uud his brethren. Such la the power of nilverOlug." By Jas. C. Stone, President. The Central Record. Thursday, Nov 15 !9I7. 2 SHOES FiUHuArth MANY NEW We will offer on COATS. SUITS AND DRESSES greatest pleasure is them to you. SUITS $15. TO $35. COATS $12.50 TO Saturday 17th, some exceptional values In from the largest manufacturers are now here at this store awaiting your inspection and our showing $35. X IP HIGH Do not miss n opportunity to see them as a portion of these wonderful vol ues will only be offered on this day. DRESSES 8.50 TO $25. Take advantage of this offer and let us show you these exceptional values. The THE ONE PRICE STORE. Joseph A RANGE! Mercantile Company. THE HOUSE OF QUALITY. Mr. ami Mm. Joe Francis have been recent Ruesta of Mr. nml Mr. A. K. Walker. WHY PAY $75. OR $80. FOR rGossip About People A when we will sell you equally as good for $40. or $50. Heating Stoves as good as Moores for $30. and $35. Small Heaters $5.00, $6.00 and $7.00. Uir.K'll Hire- vj BrUI Mintion of tht Cornlnft uA Ooicm(. by Those Wt Art !nlircil(d In, - in N Watfnn .570 Corn Slirllcrx Cheap Klkin nml Mr It. I silent tin last week nfl in Mr. KlKln .lies MiirilArnoItl. of Stanford, was the Kuest Inst Sunday, of Mr. and Mr. Furnished rwitns for tent with lights. Jot- Francis. Messrs llurton btain. Curtis Sanford . and IEobert Hoss. were in "Little Urit- Itooins for Kent. Call photic fil. am" Sunday. Ir.. .1. W. Accy of Stanford, is here ' Wanted to buy Vxibushelaof walnuts. jMiitinc her mother. Mr.. Hushes, on Will pay Kood price. II. U. Northcotl. - Lntllsvilli luriimnmj J. R. MOUNT & CO. The O Deal House. icvoavias.; HAVE A LINE OF Mra. Knrnet Pcpples of Covington, Judge h. I'. Krmbic is ronlined to hi? it visiting her parent. Mr. nd Mrn. home with m "evcre attack f ?rip. Randolph Miss Scott, of Ceorgetnwn College, grip. visited her xiiter. Misa Klitabeth Scott. Dr. ani Mrx. Denny have returned Saturday and Sunday, from a vitil to relative in lEichmnnd. Mr and Mrs. Charier) Demnan, of Mrn. IE. W. Todd attended the rc - rep - .Nicholasville, are the guests t!il I tion in Stanford given by Airs. John of Mr and Mr. Iltnley Kaatin. ' 1). M, Lackey is some today after a weeks illness with Mr. better' llarrit. WE NICE 8 (!) lt I I r' MiHitleni! l'atrick of Stanford i the I Sweaters, Underwear, Hats, Caps Rain Coats. Boys Clothing, Men's Odd Coats and Pants. Ladies Srr Ready-To-We- ar t... ... j FOK liENT: Mia. Frank IlrowninK has leturned I U"irP 10 rent 'u"0n froni Lebanon sho vmted her,19"'- - wk DON'T MISS THIS. Cut out ihl. lip, enclose it with 5c and mail to Foley &Co.,28J3 Sheffield Ave, Chicago, III, writing your name and address cIcjiIj. You will receive in return a trial package ' containing Foley's Honey and Tar Compound, for bronchial and la grippe coughs, colds and croup; Foley Kidney Pills, foe lame back, weak kidneys, rheumatism, blsddc r troubles; and Foley Cathartic Tablets, a wholesome and thoroughly clean-in- g i , cathartic for constipation, biliousness, headache and sluggish bowels. You will For SjI Kxtra good .icrfcy milk' also receive, free cf charge, Foley' II-W. It. Mason. cow. Ilt. I Family Almanac, containing "Alphabet for Children" and "Health Hints"; Rooms for itent. Suitable for house- -' Foley's Booklet on "Kidney Diseo" and a few simple suggestions for those keeping. Miss Fannie Ilishop. having kidney and blsdder troubled. Ycss t. can secure nil these lor only 5c j For sale by all dealer". FOK SALE; I'iuno. practically new. ' Will sell woith the money, l'honc 31P. I Mrs. W. II. Dudley. ! ' c -- YOU'LL FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN. v J CUT Tins OUT IT IS WORTH MONEY v,t .1. "'l'' House with six rooms, until April 15th. ir. I.. Elkin. i . , Hats. our line ami ltd otir prices Wr meet ninipctiii"... Vmir trade t very much appreciated Sander's Variety Store:1; IAN0ASTEF, . .i KY . ' J - .!!J Window Glass. AND PUTTY. SIZES CUT TO ORDER. rier. were visitor in I.cMnton Sunday ., ,. , r Mr .lumen llourne of l.eximjtnn. cret to hear tlwt he in enntine.1 to hi rame ovei thin week for: vrtt m the j homo withu'tb-vcrtattack of crip. n Dl Mr. A. K. Wnlker and son. Lewis. . . tl. If muni-iinu.. """v n.iri.iw. o i II.. i l.l dpent laH Sunday and Monday in Stan-J- ,j fillI in hH jimt ami norle. Mt ami i fnrit th Kiiekt of Mr Walter Walker. .u rani liourne iJiH ilubi'l llrownmi; har returned (J ; Mrn. .lanien A. Ilrtirlej uh wok to ln;r home at Wincheter after a '1 jriuile felt Inst wl.ti4t ery nuch im- - pleasant visit to her friend. Musllettlt tnlierminy West. w'1''', " ratii-inW u s ci:,: ft .Mm. Uo'jert Todd left for Chicago . .. . .1 yesterday wjiero she will join Mr Todd Mr. aril kip. C II C.,l who haft u'lucrativc railroad position In and were uuentn of their parents lor that city. the day Mr. and Mrs.. William I.vor enteA tamed a numher ol relativea yesterday Miss Jennie IliKRins pent a part in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Gins. of last we..)i in leM'nglon. the eoest of of Nicholasville. Miss Georcia Dunn, of Transylvania Mro. Tuylor Uoincy and Mrs. Will Universitj West were in Danville yesterday alias Marv L"e visitcsl her aunt wherp they mot Mrs. Itnbcrt Embrv. Mrs. Fish, in. Stanford and utterxjud of Lexington, who will visit in Lancasthe ball omr between Stanforil anel ter for a few days. . lioine-fnlt- Mr. Oo. UcHot)rt. of Covinuton. was with Im suter. Mr. .1. H. Mount, Ml.Sunday P. ml KllmtL T. .iiessrs rtiex u.iiy. uoneri Miinuira. Pric,.mir.l..-f'r.- i i FOIi ;,AiJri; iifHKi lamnv mare, erieciiy genne tor enuaren or ladies Itnlurt n,,rtM.. BIG ...... LOST: Hull bitch pup. white with blue spotp. ears cropped and tail fhort. .1, C. Morpan, Incanter. Kcward. CASH Wanted 2C00 koo.1 fnt turkeys. Will pay highest market price, delivered at Lancaster, from lAlh to 18th. H. II. Northeott. SAL- EBEGINS 'We ore I farm'fornt Tobocco, corn and Brass land; Alsoj a iriHKl tenant wanU'd. E. C. ilcWftorter. I'aint (.uk.,! SATURDAY 17 . ,',,'' ntreritijirinfl 'tilts' 1m ti--i- ..flvin. FOR RENT. t j Den-ma- For year I9IS, houso owned, ind. for merly occupied bvlK.'T. Kmbry on Hill Court. Possession at omv. if desired. f Hright Herririf. (ifile wonrlerftil .values 'in "trimmed andTintnnimwl iv V hiits. It will' pny .Jotr ,tb take anYpiUhe nX4 , tins t , ' sreat'sacrifio un nit( r mnk-iiig- Iur Springfield. Mr. and i Mrs. .1. W. Sivc-ene-v and accom- AUTO FOR SALE. Having enlisted in the service of "Uncle Sam" I offer my Moline Uoacl-stfor sal. Call on Dr. II J. Patrick Taint Lick, Ky. This car must be sold. Aslt for price. W. U Carman. No er Rr cash only. hats 'on approval nt our marked down prices. daughter, Min Martha Ward, BAPTIST CHURCH RELLA ARNOLD' panied Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hoeing to Lexington Sur.dny where the latter will make a visit of several days. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Winteramitli and Miss Lucy Hobertson, of Louisville. Mrs. F. .. Itobcrtiion and Mrs. Stalling Wells, of Kliabelhtnwn. will spend with Mr. and Mr W. R. the week-en- d Cook. Mr. M. M. Turner, who has been with the Hastin Telephone Company, for a number of months has accepted a lucrative position with the Western Union at Nashville and left for that city laBt Tuesday. RENT. SPECIAL MEETINGS. Nice five room cottage with buth and "c ht- - barn and large garden. Bepnning Wednesday evening, the miinn Jan. I, I91H. Hlh. inat. at 7;15. The s.rviccs will or write mo at 322 be under the direction of II. A. Dawes. T. K. St.. Islington. It. T. Embrv. I). 1)., formerly of fieorgetown. but 03MI. now of ilrvantavillu. Thu people of town and community have a cordial the invitation to these meetings. S. (. Callison. Pastor. FOR STORMES DRUG I STOiE. ARMY HAMM-RUB- LE. Plumbing HEATING. GUTTERING, ROOFING, ROOF RE- I nnMnnnWnnWnnynklL THAT EOOP need attention. It will be ruined before Spring. LET US SELL YOU THE PAINT ' CHEAP. MnRnhfirLs Drun More On Wediifsday, November Tth, Mr. G. II. Kuble urd Miss Lm.uce Ilaiiim, Mr. and Mrn. Aik Hill llariuil, of of this county, motored to Ixington Lebanon Junction, are lejnicini; over where, on their arrival, piocurreti and were quietly married at the the arrival of a hi'iidsnme hov, he hav ing made his advent on Nov, tth. Mrs. homo of Itev. Ernest 1 Konl, on MaIluv. Kord, pastor of the Darned was formerly Mis Laverne. ple avenue. Nevius, of this plai-t- ) ui.d a d.iuchtiT of Pleasant Ghho Christian church olli. elating. Immediatelj after the cereMr. and Mrs Joe Nevius. mony they embarktd on the .ri:.VJ train The Iriends of Miss Lily I) Crunt fur a short bridal tour. aft?r which, will bu interested to know of her in- they will bu ut home near Iluena Vista. teresting and growing cbsi in music Mr. Leslie Ituble, a nephew of tho In Norfolk, Va.. to which much of her I groom, and wife nccompanled the Miss Grant vill spend happy couple us far us Lexington. time ia devoted the winter in Norfolk, with holiday The groom is omt of Garrard countys visits In ,nniKiha and to Washington, best and prosperous farmers and is' D. 0. ' n throughout the county. Messrs Ira Hamilton, Joe Ilryant, ; Miss llamni, thn bride, is one of Gar-- 1 liollis Warren, Willie Swope. .lames rarda most popular and accomplished Italiton and Humo Wilson, came up oung women and Mr, lluble is to be from Camp Taylor for a shortstay with congratulated upon the winning of tha relutiVfi" during the pant week, Messrs hand of one who is s well endowed as Swope, Hulston and Wilton, came m to make a helpful and cheerful comUij intcreit of the Y. M. C A. work panion through life. The best wishes and theii talks added very much to the of their many triends go with them for a long and happy married life. interest in the campaign. Mules WANTED Five to nine years old. PAIRING, Ventilating and all kinds of Tin Work. Your husincbs will Weight lOOoj to 1200 pounds, W. B. BURTON LANCASTER, KY. ' ui appreciated. P.B. WILLIAMS The Central Record, Thursday, Nov 15. 1917. FcARDS.1 5 A. II. IIUAOSIIANV. Prop "WITH THE Garrard County Done Boy COLORS" Writes Of i ByY.M.CA. truth as t know from my own expert ncc of the work tliul U going mi on this atilr mill have IivhtiI xnnr of Wotk those who have across and hove comt' back hcie ti ll of what Is going rn "oxer there". 1 i ' Rex Garage (.nt for BUICK CARS Open Day and Night. Phone 66 (Juie.k and xmf.iriory Service The follow hit; letter to lli llintluT. don't Wlillt tin- soldiers mom" j Ins. Mri. V. A. t'riri' of thN city, writcn they tt'niit tin- - folk hack lioin- - to Ljinr tin nplemlM work In" , intiTt'itlnRly of tu'io'n with tho tlnnnciiil on:!, they nv inn ilonp in the Krent r my cimuw hy tho inside nr' diog tlx ir ill t. ml the Y. M. ('. A. So iii roprinti' H tlir it i up to tho folk at limne in lu !i I 'Iter at thi lime we art' nllill'lil.i H tl rltl '(H) behind III.' In.)- -. (I .f I I I Tin- - Y. Al. C. A. peoplo iv they' lj in full. eteryons-cviilt- l remlM-wh- ifipjitti Or. Wm. Ollice at Kainey D. Pryor, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. Livery Stable, (jiiicnster. - Kentucky s- - oWii..ittsj5-Doctors Of Dentil Surgery. n.iri' ItiuMltiutiTf i q )l . l Denny and W. A. Wkeelc Hurl A Anils, son's tit tint store KENTUCKY. ANCASTKU. The Wayenberg Line of Work Shoes for Men niiii I5u)s Best by test Every pair titmrniitcnl 6. C. JL COX, SVIanse,Ky A.5eazlev '11 FUNERAL DIRECTOR It "idoiice Oilltv Over National Itank. i'hone :!. Oflice Phone LANOASTKK. KY. M. J. PATRICK, Kentucky, Faint l.ick. Honaker Fine Cut Flowers. John M. McRoberts. M. D j. E. EDWARDS, Phone 365-M BUCKEYE, KY. Hardy Flowering I't. Oletlll.lpe. (in.. Nov. 7lh. t.i llic soldier.--, Ihey woiill dm .ite the M stun Ih. v t,sk in it gtxsl dml time Den Xli.ilier:- I llavc ihlei.ilitl to wiite toil n little thiili Ihf v.X'l. tl.ev are going to ue data onceii'iiii; the work I.eii u doiB tor tin ir eiiuiMlu. Will wiitc you again williln the lit xt iniyht he In the Y. M. V.. A. tlmt Willi lovr. nlilt; to (,'iVf iimo of tlie foii.H hiick feu iIm. .Inhn Dunn. honie an ld':u of jnt wlmt the W.(JM,-O- t Hi.ril that II- I- Y. .M. i;. A. noun.' to Might Try It, Anyhow. ttnnit ti. .nie lid'n Hit- ltth to l'.'lli A uitiw nt typewriter tll'hon ilirnw of thin mm. tli. iiicmii to I lie I'o). illfo quint of illnllUil .ir r.iin wale I urn Hire if ' ii.e ni" the M'npic on will j h'M :i lino wrltlnc llulil. the uutiidf ot Ihe Armv w.ii Nnvv were .TO'.iri' of ih" innny hrnt flLi tlmt tho Hovrt li'Cl'IVe llulil the Y. M. C A., What Me Wanted to Find Out. tin- - niiiij mlr At ti cvrt.il: and the uccnmirodnliiii; ounch of o retire. i!nt llio yiiunsir' tliHt they hato etieaiied in wcii'iil-nthoy would come brother of llio tnii!.' struiU hi thiss the fluid at Willi n kiilfo i'H.1 aid: "l.adles niiu ucioih iih ijuickly with thin amount Ii'tu.ii. ns mis iitiplo an, these people mi- - tryiiu; to ihi.n' h tnr iiltnit to ii'iivf us )i will I nit my reicmp people did with the Liberty t.oau mark 1mit. I imltr . mb nii.l nil or Ilond 1'iind. Jni to take ii jniir lIiii'". rli' to However, the uiii'4 the Ann) jour fit-- mill If olio ot on lu are not entitled to all the InureN for not licin vlitlti.' on iii. now hut-to trie riiidiiiu the l.ilwtty I.unu six. it wii.t as the "l.oy.1 in Khaki" j Oasit Made to Order. In the ih'M'il slrtti'h lelwreu IV had a hi; slice In that pie, fore sample, tin." Fort iiloiie siibicrihed for a little (Vnlm niiil Yumn. down In tin- smith- j liter $::.UUI.uOl. t'.urth of Ilond. which oast turner of California, eicliiifrt liimio :i new oasis tin' other ilnt The.v iiieiuin thnteery man in the fort with Ju- -t hiTtil n liuli' In tin- u'rotinil. iilnl the oweptton of a vet few iiaxe al- up mine tlif rrvlyir.vlm: water. Theito of then p.tj n few iliiif tvjl were ilropfil Into lotted from every month for this purpose, their pay til II. mill ll few yegetllhlos plntltetl, hunt; a per capita of kexenlv dollars nml lin y will !iiii mi mmls untile to ami a few did cent". nnler. I brought in the Liberty Loan Fund meiel) to show what the hoy in the Cancer Not Hereditary. Arm.", are doino, lieside i.lIYrini; their Amirillng to the latest .liilMh"- " believe s service" to their cuuntrt mI large life Insiiruiiee that the majority of the bojawi'i rTee hy mi eM'rt iietiuir.t Tor tin Soiietj fur the I'ontrol m with me when tat that although tiiit Amerli-m- i Liberty Loan I'uiid is bj far tne ureiit-es- t Oa in rr. If nne ur eui l.i.tli .if mi luili ui.il; that li.is lieeo put over latei-- , yidual's parents Ihim' illisl of euneer. thai iuilltiilual is no more likely tlimi I the work beiue; il.uie b) the Y. .M. C. A. believe 1111.M1I11' else lo llio of the mi' illscase. outer, ..uj Is HIiiiiliiK next begins in Imik as tliuin;li minor were to lake ll that it would bo as not hereilitiiry at all, coiilrary to an- ntvar the l.i nelits Uhi the Y. .M. C. A. elellt belief. Klve the liol as It would be to have etti june recall tile money they put inPut Outside the Law. ai.d sailor to the liuiuN. tlie ol'Jier The sinuiiesi punishment which gotten an nccustoir.ed lu havin;: till smth.'s in i Itrltain under hate Y. M. l A. to fall lilick on that modern law i that nf "outlawry." the Alamt leu jenrs iiku u law.yer i harxeil tlicy would lie lint without it. Tin-- e are buildini'-- i in I'liicKamau-- ' with forcing a ehet'k was "outlawisl" In the (ihisgnw hlsh isnirt. I'.j this lm i'arli and tiiere Is not a nirtit in the Hie person of Ihe aieilsisl Is week that either some kind of enter-tain- . Milleliiv dei hired forfeit. He eiiimot bear tes- nent or religious nervier is held in lliiiinit in n toiirt. imr sue. imr ilefenil each of these and It is just us you will ml ii it it n. He rmin.it ait on :i Jury. note on the other Mii. of Uih paper. imr yote nt an election, nor act as tu- "aMi it iloesn t cost us felloiv.s a cent . I tor ur auardhia to miother person. If The item of stationery that is niiti'iie robs him In- has no nilrits fui'iiiahtst to the bo must mean an i i immense nulla, in iltelf. there are ' three of these buildings in tlie immed iate vicinity of ni" iiarrHtk.s wheic I bum; mid theie is nut a nicht out that all three of the buildings are tilled to capacity with the ii ns writing letters. An soon as hupprr is over you can nee a steady utream of Imya headed for the '. Y. .M. (.'. A. buildings to do their mill you have to en earlv to avoid the rush and then the wilting is mostly done priur to 7:.'J'i u? there is always a progiaui of tmiue kind put on l thatj tu - I will offer for sale at public auction, on H I iri-e- out-u'il- , ii' I Tuesday, Nov 20th, '17 at 1:30 - o'clock, my residence with one ncre of - i j j 1 land located on the Lancaster turnpike, about one mile from Paint: Lick and only about 300 yards from the Paint Lick High School. This is a dandy little home with good cistern and all -- 1 111 1 necessary outbuildings. Will'also offt. r seine 'hu and kitchen furniture; one rfood corn shelter; Also if not sold before, will offer one garden plow and several other thinfis. Terms made known on day of sale. one Ford Touring Car in good running condition. In-n- t Possession given at once. I - . - ,"? - 0. C. RUCKER, PAINT LICK, KY 1 g writ-iiiL- Plants ans Bulbs hour. Thene progiams i For Fall Planting i'M worth of for full pointing hiinlv 1'lnntn anil hulb.s consist of minini, pictures, ntheletiu coutetts, musical! piuKl.ims, speeciles m.d Vnliuus othrri .simiiMi programs and the unit tiling i that they sell to the soldiers me it m TOBACCO TO THE I I I HI ill Wine fur particulars mid FKKK Theie la a large Auditorium where all KALI. i'I.(n i:i: HOOK, which tolls wliHt to pluM. how to pl.int nml when the special picgrams aiu put on, this hoii.su seating about .ri.n00 mid it is heie to ,j!iuit that the Operas aie shown. a.s this i v. the "lily stage oil tile giouiiils tint t is Jill laige enough lor the huge eoiniiHiiie HARRODSBURC, KY' ROUTE, i I'or the la to stage their sienery. month there has be n :t nights each weal; of ().-ras-. its hv playing foi three nights there is n cliauei' foreveij Philadelphia Had First Magazine. one who deslies to see tile .iiows to get 'I' i :h;.i liiiili m ilu' in;.;.-iii neat. i. ii nut the it. trom lileli ii'iw a This is the thud camp 1 hae been "in tlic .rrtni. r tiuiiil'fi' "I our ' i'i .tint iin!i.ir h rliHllinh-- . I'hll- -' stntioiifil ii . inn! eti'rvoi.e hui Hi.-- TV itrmngemeiiis nlthmigli things Htii . mil JJpw Vorts. u the tlrnt i ' ftfti of Hk NVw Wortil: for lie.'e ale on H limit) etaUttriilB .scale t nan i . HiKtttjt ;ii'mi.iivii tt- - rtrt ! nny of tie.- - utile i and theru iue it g. ... ..r, I.i ihf :mth yi ir il. man) more inn lure tu be tukeii e'n, !h i 'uur, IN-ieiiy v. iw of. I In the !i,;ialii. iU el It J- Among oilier u. the Kl'"- -! MnilV tlwie are clasaiM f.Hr nw lusl.ut-- t uneihteMtvil Aiiitoie.ins ti.el I of tinahu til" li.reignels whu are eitluteti iitvii in Unci.- - 'Sum' Aimy. I was loin ' lt one of tlitt Seertttailwf M tVn d.tt D. P.ock'jfcller lihr. enti.l'i il ago that then1 an over in their t laucs for UMtruutliai in l.n-- I How T Succeed et!s (flish nml that tlH'.e limn are frmu tlie nrimary grade up. there aie alau SI W. I'OSTi'AIIJ foro-il- y stamps. 8 Tatf -- of! n T- I sS it f IK on IK .oe li - Ts i !v Anrv-Jt-u T V I V STREET. 9 Forbf-i- i i jazine 8 i SPECIAL . IM'p.ft ni; i Iwu uti'Ult.a ' oupxt .n'llfUliiWIir ' l"t w b '.ill II"" t4.nlulillRs l,umUr . ..a tt' tu.itrw KiH.lt'. .f lu. for $1 ii'ii'i't l ) 1'Ik '.- ft tn.n h'ii.liint t.l,r Mil f.r In nimI K'sWi-- tl't ltlr Vttt FORBES MAGAZINE P.L.1, 120 BrMilwiy, M. Y. uirett ...... it- . ,iivrm Btt..v-.- French classes whole the French lail- gouge is taught hy FieiK'hmen who art cither working with tli" j. .M. t. A, ur enlisted men, lit lots of cases the in uniFrench is taught liy Ihe liu) ' form who aie French. could continue tu boost up the good! u- -' work that Is being done mid it have told! i min be r correctly I believe you of n considerable amount of i ' work in previous letters hut iuut close, and in closing will nay that it don't t make it hit of ditfeiencu wliat you the Y. M. C. A. i doing for tlio soldierii und tailors both on this Hide and "over there' )ou cun say it is tlie 1 1 lit-hem-tha- I H 0a L SPEITH COMPANY We Pay the Highest Market Price and Unload the Same Day. No Commission Charged. Phone 308. i BRANCH HOUSE AT MORELAND AND PAINT LICK, KY. I I I The Central Record, Thursday, Nov 15 '917. SERVIC Te Crow?' ma MWWMWlJ IWM: 1 fa CM ll.tvu this rtTidlvc rcnmly at fund It's th.tnv.lul for imupy children. rt li f. I'li'.i' il tu trtkr. Mildly I. jtivc. iri on .rihs kind that pleases, 'ffie kind that is 9 9 HEW Progressive and yet Conservative, Sound and Sale. 9 9 Through this service we arc able to present to you a statement of our bunk of November 1 Oth, that we think should be pleasing to ail our customers. Loans ( 9 9 9 m for Coughs a Colds CoDitipalion Ciotti Sickneit (Krinil yourwlf tr mie cnntliiulnl, ait your systrm imm lute ly to absorb poison from the ( k- - l)r (Mtknl-'ij- ) waste matter. King' Now f.ifc fills ami will. Phirv !s I") better safrgiuttj against illness ' it tonight, J.V. All druggists Diiii'I lt About December 1st, I lp rll!),U;W.: Capitol Slock ....5 10.110(1.(1(1 1 Overdrafts nsli ami in Hunks Hoiiilsmul U. S HaiikiutJ Horn' iWJIlJtf n:52UTM KiUKOno t.lllHMKI Surplus nml Profit Deposits Due to Uanlis (.n.'U.Ol (Yrtifir.ito.. lHH.f.O.Vn f'AINT LICK Mis tfrieniN fanr.io iMivili'n is In ftcri'v thin w.'ek. We will be in the market for your Corn. We are prepared to pay the Highest Market Price. See us before you sell. o a 9 t ;.(7UI!1 visiting Mis. Willif WilluniK win the wcol.. ' end (juuiit nf 'Mis 1mc Ciithran. '.Mrs. It. i. iHxli sp.-n- i Sunilaj ivith lr- -. John Whitt in I Mr. ni.il Villi!. .Miss Jinnii! t 7:; :ir 2.r.ir:: We thunk those who have helped us (o make such a ijood bank and invite the accounts or any who may wish to use our service. 22 1 4 Peoples Kentucky. Ban Paint Uiclc, 3C Mt I - ol week. .ur. J II. HraiMli'iiliuri: anil Mrs. 'J'lt'Bilway wen- - visitors in ' iticiuiiiinil. m.uy. Miss .Whip .lom.j. has leluinvd to m-h lit ll villi' lilUT .SfUlal (l.usvi-l- l with ii.t uraiidmutlier. Parks of Itirhtnoml was Mita I.ucv rraiicis llici I jpast f DC Mi !. MAilKSiJt KV i. Sutton I lii? Mint- RED BLOOD AMERICANISM f awl mid jiittiillril in tlu IS COMING TO THE FRONT tie KlB.it aw linn mint o n iiIIiiik f lf '.out heart kf It nr, .li ih.in oil i.",r trrirvphart mi liodies ' i -! , r riir t' xiKiir c 1 i .lil ill). III." now nmfrunuiiK .nl ol iinpsrtiii fiii;i'iaizf r mln a. ri iiothuip imiiviilunl national asset olf'wv. . m prweleiiiiK'.-nes-writltat everybody slieulj guard tht'ir health When you lind yuurselt ruimiiiu down sml net exactly t keyed up to tlio liKlitini; pitch. as is the cas- - with i .mo oti iHli;ht In eome to Nature' relief anil tK. morse nf COM-CEL-SA- It vpven point to the NUtfcestinn. often pmaimtlns from tins R jc!.illy (JuuranteesI to satisfy you. or nifiicy liarkl will iiot i xiwrifiic th.. ili'votnfittirc If ou'll ill) ttmt, lilmxf wlinn jou mikwit il writ Iwok Imni" f ir Ivk f call of tin i iInr. wll nt Or.' Hollar lortliii'. Lliflilr, livr. kiilm 'i. m.h-- I. v.u nlivrt Im I Hi- ulimurti mi imtviiu.iiiw I, .iiJ nli)M.tiiin anil . spoilt Wbu KUfstb uf ;,ir. W. IS, t "run Sal- - J Jotin ilot.i. iirdaj nielli ami Sm.dav. Mi ai.. Mrs A. J. ltii-nn-- 1 Mrs J. Mr?. IluiilfttH Kamtey Iiu4 ii.uirii.il! !t W M ilmti nnitui.il In IimikviIIc lait Iium ( naitaiioourt. whetr the has tu 'ii , I the uiint of .Mis. J. .V. f lullowii It Mis Kl.i. 'Veil ami ilimtriltiT. J1 Solp ai-nt- s for Jiallai-il'io.irlijk it Amu.' I. nt l)anvi:ii. nrc hcii.liii); tin' witli lirr M.nthiT. Mi fanny I'ol-lnrt-i. tlw Hour of quality. lliidion. IIukIu-- & Tarnim. 'I Tin l.oil. Workirn; Soun-mtt Mis funnif Dovviitn wan in i.:iiit-u- - 'I with Jlr John Duty lal Wutnevilay. ii-- r .S.iUiril.iy for the liddii-s- s Kucn In-- t AftlT tun Ihhiiipk itiwIhik ltl illMtfUt I'rof. foates ol the Jiichmnnil N'orina'. I)ii.. a trrnt nt appl.--) ml liHiinmian viimi'n Av.i .MeUliorti-- r and Mario 't ami n iiuv time whu rnjoytil l.iilford and .Mi Hays l.islfoni att.n.,- In iK'halt of th- I.Hilit'- - Working Su mi Uu iu upfier Ht KirkhViIIt. FriihV oii'tv of tin- - rork church. Wf WMh to ) cveninx. iliri'-- 4 nui thanks In tln Ilililor nt th ' .ill. .i T I I Aiirf ' .HIS. II it If in . Uci'ord w In Iihs ,., .ourl.'oUs, advr.jl0H,,at t r tii'.i our w.ir.'s. tiom tiim tu tnm WKt-in Ihiikt of .)lr. ami Mrs. Han I KuiniH rnllard. Sw McWInirtcr. Susan U Sutloit. Trxas, ' Mr tlir Jcp n Mi li lor i;uil of tin- .Maud.- - f. Tirnll.of and AinlK- N" ii laliviM in litis wtck - f m i. i J'it .i I. .mi ...!. i.id. api Lemui- - LOUISVILL ATTPACTIVE SERVICE AND TAKK the diret't line t" Kentucky 's Mi'itoprl-i- s from nil points eu'-- ' or wc.si '' Two Throurjh Trains Daily with inornint! anil i uirival. whichever piefcncd. CONVENIENT SCHEDULES for H. tirkciB and full informition apply in your local niji'iit write t C. KING, Division Passenger Agl., Lexington, Ky. Southern Railway System vi rl - l". mivU ' ti.ir hiTfr IKNi i: SDI'K in iH'.t for lit' MAN SKIS'. ."ic Tr .mr t'OW i!"Y : IMMMNT. fur .'i mill ih ImIii. i liflrli. " i IW. lr, . All. WixhJs Wallit'i-- . .Mina J.uaoeth Walker mid CaMI Amald nmlm.d to .iiuiorsiHiri; ami upetit SuiKim unli jlilwin Ualkei .it .M. Jl. I. J.OSr, War th...Silver Creek s.luiol huun.oii Suiumy lit Htihihii n l.lai k in, mutf finder nUiase rvturn to .Mr i . Hucker M l'eopls hank.' J . ' J rr I 1 iri" fc ' j I 1 ilrnui 1 h Plsnli Imimm-h- Ml o 0 D STOKMES DRUG STOKE, Lancaster, Ky. Kemedy Co. Dakoto Jadt-White-TVlo- on Men Tom J.'insdoii eiiteitiiii'.l sv-ra- l ... .p...s .en UWiRbtrulh ,u r.mk Weilneudax eveniht;. :lv "J I i . for the money youovcmiil Inotehow much more res- pectfully your ereditors Sard you. They like to do business wiin a man i.il.o WUll re-J- p. Jl. l r llirtlllj.. Auiolil. wia lias Mrs iiu. 7.V t W.Ml III m hvnv .Ot lsX II. I U) s.it'r ..i c s.eral inontlis with liei daucj t. i Ir. lfurdetlf ltaiuu" . r. ta:n. .1 i net liomoin Anderson Indiana SatUlil.i.v l.en c.A Sr S- -" has an account at X, the Rarrarrl Rant Trncf P MM W wT m s Tins is one ol the (JreatMt able that we luxe em lv.vn to oiler in DreMcrs. This Inrile iiiiissitf Dresser in either Oak or liar-ain- I" iffititsE' mm mem 5S 2ffiJ! The only place of Kcal Bargsins Not "just now and then" but all the time. Come in and look our wonderfully lare stock over and compare us with others and be convinced that we can save you money. JIWjh & h 73i) Mdhotiany. with Mirror, delivered in Hcvcl Plate your home free ot eli.vf.tf for only oiie-iue- II ,1 KM lfW $22.50 are sliow iiiii a jjtcat many othei Dresers that rnniJe in price He ;5V?dtsV.i,'to1lfcilf mm i:rjiidparents at that pUw. ictuinei W I with tilt in. Tin lain- -. v( lt. j (ri wlj K,Vl. j a '.Silver lea" on Wednesday i. Novell her JIhI. at the Inane ot q Mr and Mr-- . II. M. lrfar from two .. Kven Iwdy is lordihlly uivitnl. till Vou will not only luvu u uool time hut W help a wo. hy eaue. I Mr an.. Mrs () C. Itueker and sun. Andrett, leave in a lew da.) h for Tuciini- wheie .Mr. Kucker IjrariN w ..... Hvi'iHiu .wiiu.ii in (i.. in me banks in thai eity. It is indei.i with t regret that llic iiinnuuiiilv up ilns hpleuilid luinily and a hunt kimkI W w i!ii. jp, willi them tullien iwwhome. Mrs. John II. Smith of Helen it vis Ui!K Her moiliei. .Mrs. V. U'jin., 'vh ic Mr. Wynn u t Whiteslnir),. h ii.; lieen enlleil tilers Ii.. the seiiuUs ill-is Ol Ml. .1. J. Lewis. Ill and A. II. Wjnn am. .Mi thin Wviin motored to Criibur ili.inl. humlay ami epeiit Ine dJ. Mian ' Uln. IlinvatU wUi lia lieen .iMtniKher f They know lie is dome business m H tiusicess like way. Iletter open sueh an aecoun' even if jouV alfairs are not iarije. Thev will cruu all nqht. ilr. '""Tl The Garrard Bank I ill II mp!sr & Trust Company Ty-ara- Bj 9 THE NATIONAL BANK Ot after-iiiihii- LANCASTER. . Cup.'lal A. It $50,000. 1'r.sdent J K. STDI'MES. Surplus Vice I'res t . j 30,000. 11K.N.W. Chshier. l.Vti.Kook-Keep- DKNUY. 9 I Jlw, J. It. Harris. J. I,, tlu.t. ia 1' Sdltity Samual I) OeposiT WK SOLICIT Boxes YOl'It Fnr Rent. from $12.50 up to $50. which we consider exeeptioimlly dood values. It will pay you to visit our store mid inspect these liefore buyine,. .md Carl te.nvli.ijj, .Inme.s Ii'ilberl ami Hume Wil-ig- f i ii anil John II. 1. id ford were nivon ' leave nf aliseni'e from Camp Zachery Taylor to Mull the liume people mer JlHuiuiay. Mews Wilson and Kalslon Wjtainu in th" interest of the V. M, C. A. xnd their talks ouiiceioinu eatnp life A i weu I'Ntieuielv intei'iMtin'. Kncli one ol lin'se ouui; nun expiesiieu their' AT I.HUtisfaclion witli the treatment thev were ruivivui); nt the hands of "I'ncle Sam. JtesraOtio 9 'llnue ItiiTt.i. llfSINt-- a Cochran. Alex 1. Dennv. J. H. I'ufev. J. t. Stormes. S. C. Denny. J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott. Directed 9 a. What About Speculation An eiH'i'ienced stuck broker, after retiring' frmn busiuesH. made this sinilicaiit rf marlc: "I have never known n business man tu speculate two years successfully. " The Jail of many a mail may be traced to speculation. Jt IJ unsafe for uuv man with u limited of inouay to risk it in speculation. The Hank is the best and sHl est place for surplus money. !; B 1 f A. F. Wheeler Furniture Furniture Danville's Largest Co. Jjj 1 1' Hens lay AMAZINGLY V in a U H lit Haul I rtBdf I livi ll EOURBON POULTRY RKMCDY Danville, Kentucky. KEENE LUTES, Manager. - and Rug Store. rwurriiQiLiiriii zatrr t rV BCO Ii Willi; njiikr Jl'Hii mf. 1'. t utuX rTPnti f A 735k Citizens Natinnnl "Rank OF LANCASTKH. KY. U. K. HUDSON. (! At I MriHfhi iiurrt in of kk.Ic Tiesidont. W. O. I'.ign'ey, Asa't Cash'r. mtJ lui 'f frt ou rtiu.iu w. r. uhami Joe J. Walkek, Jr., . J. J. WALKEK. Vico l'reat. Book-Kwpe- Lashier. f f 1 ON ROLL OF HONOR. SOLD IIY It. K. AlcKOllKKTS mmyur SELL YOUR TOBACCO WITH i The Central Record, Thursday, Nov 15, 1917. TELEPHONE 97. P s MADISON TOBACCO WHS iNCORI'OKAil I) CO 3rd Street, L. & A. Depot, Richmond, Kentucky. LOOSE LEAF TOBACCO MARKET1 9 THE PIONEER LARGEST FLOOR SPACE I 5 i t We have buyers from American Tobacco Co., R. J. Reynolds & Co., Liggett & Meyers, J. P. Taylor C& Co., W. L. Petty, A. L. Zeigler Company, in lact all the buying interest of the Tobacco business is represented. Don't forget we made one of the largest averages in the State last season. We will do our level best for you at all times. & Our house will be open for the receipt of Tobacco on Monday, December 3rd. First sale to be had Wednesday, December 5, 1917. Daily sales from this date SBLENDID LIGHT A I I FREE STALLS m FIRE INSURANCE tit n nnminmm nnnnnm rxr nnnm W. 1. DtNRtll. dfclKLIAKrlKEAS. ijawmjir m.4 J SQUARE DEAL TO ALL. 1. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. Triin w I ( n n Hit i taii rvrvrinvrvriiTm 1. 1. HILMUH, rKtMULNl. -- J. t mmmin nnnninniim llKlld, VlltTKLMUtNl. Optimistic Thouflht. There rati Iw no permaiuyit happl. ats vtlirn there Is a departure from Hirity. Warning for Blddlea. All Mntln ti hang 111 iietlliOlUC I li it iliij ki'i hatchet away. i K( farmer's coludinI ulfilr.,int 'ltl i Hit Faith Vindicated. r ii home fur ittc UIO" Ibl, UHClliJ l Ivl II" rli'lu ' oIuurntLi.r pri'niier ut Knhe, recently it nw ol :ocV emu n4 ucli iIiik-hih til uuj f litfilnj ) make u ll lp In Tokyo. Iiul larai M l!ic Uriarr outlet tf,wt ly liml mily toward lilt fare. Mo notice will lit rcued um lu'ir ' Vili lultti In (iiul. lie iievcrilifli' UbM, ud lll ttoutylii m u' iltr Mailed fur hi- - siptlim. One truln (If (tOKD.Iirrof ctinir Mtthimt lilm, Inn wlibu time for l'iriilt FOK SALK; One hundred ami fifty I lie iinlri'iJ, ll brought u luli-dowho. grn ling Mr. Murainalxu. said bualiclea of good need rye. tn It i in : "liy the way, 1 have heeu Wultnn fur siiiiii- - time to hum you 1 S" fur jmir work," .Mr. Marainatsu'8 KUl: SALK Five hog hou,e. tluee fllitll n Vllllllcn tell. Duvrn and pig' and one milk cow. , (.'urrey Hnliinon. MiiruinatMi Sun. and manager it conx-riti- l tv Alt Extend Htlplng Hand. Vouy i'f lln uiirlilV failure wnnlit hern "plcmliil suve"e-- . If, III struggling Mast-- . mil' had fyarlml pin n litlplng hand ( thein-ba- d j.piiinl I hem nn ivheri the bitter-(iw- s hood-Tlr- t "f llMliMiililnrlll , Vhirf N, Imlit'il. ii imiriil hpre. tin-ill- , Isn't HWiiguhii cannot tin runic ut jowl. Then lot her Iiim- - nn limv In lining ll In nffrriug the wind at hope nr nhlcli ihf greate-- l "tlmillll tile world ever Mi. NEW CITY PROPERTY AT 1 .THE (.Tiri-iuin BEAUTIFUL GULF COAST. - coining K0I SALK-O- ne old mule. nUo mil' good tnoml iiihiv thHt wil' work anywhere. J. A. I'onn. J i toerr For Sale Itegintereii l!i-lure f f tinIf I' i ll e SV ;ni I iiiot boar, senior yearling. I'.is, '. und '" 11. Hoover. W. !'" I.'vi. "f i.l.uut 2.(w pormii- .. a'lle mill Itopulitr in tin- -- ith. Nleholatviiit'. K. Kfil 11. i,trlaiii'K ant SmiYiiiC Ihu Hi.i-;n- . (Op ., itmn, K vry ilfiifmllc Society JrK iiuiiii cri ! iiiinr lirf, numir.vr mil wii.t-- r lor uvii'ution. , mi KOI, .SALII I Imve mxne tUw suimiwr fiirnini: from n Ht nil rnnrtriti"i .it I Kimt I eid wlieiit far '1 of tlw North. tttr wi .i i thtvflK mi il. .rinx uiitii. ri. ' iitili 3ttiwr Wlf rUruVMrsil tin' tt'wilii, Jlftini', Ky. lar t'hrwl.m. wa n ufml for . H t n M s. il n.i uh tn tt to tlf t ir. iuvih .att-- p.i it .t w clnt Strayoil m piy i)tMMi lnt ai ., .i oml iiiomri t lik.in,.' Ih.i popuNr rMitt frem f"r ww w -- t r iety nml with mm awl Wiitrk, IhiIi tHil.Hl atHtfc, weii'tiiuu v . Hi th g .tHlhm Truilition usiu.'i-iiWilwin '.IK' pouit. I.BrWf y.trr't o hi uf il in i .1 fi rvtgit lat.d: wiimcii i'niiiuu- - in dli M. Te&,lwafter hi of llw t tn im ur.r 1ki -OliriiUHn' rvfMtt iioUliifc BB4i. It' ( ui, tin- cuun wtik:d hllto. Tb ton lyiag lur tafm spwwJ t choi Striel i r SWofei'. ;pik--fi .nni mi ihi- J wlierr hi " i.'l i"i'tui ciil oak- -. aikiin"lin. palnHiUBva, aad a varwt) of ii' Kichjatxi a trojuc Kfw and hVwvr and B ttfii .xiMiatl. mMtv U"- - M '.i.mi wtngbtuiiutiittit 7Rii uoui.il. limi t .U n '! !lVau i:l(.j;ant nioriern ullan in rt ebartWUM fctttw ;.l.i:.l N. it. I . IRI.. I H. MttiftK. iouUi' v. I.lfein-v- r lh rt i acUVH at 'fb UioBlnnt. h r fiyiii- mi'! t.tiinjf li. 'lnj ui (tomHui u"t l tnnl m 0Mry fiurht UuaaU of ou- .f H.r .1wi mtlf vnninn. t'Bj I'hri-tM,Tli. r.uMM miD'l IU hwt ttiti Siratli t sn Urlvaiai hui truapurBttat IU praxiiiiltv .ill litw ditrinii "t tfc i Hiii Uio t iitvlllc & .a- vilki KwlJoH l plu.--- New Noises. iiuip"'i: t'urwtini v.hu mii!. . ay r,mt' of viitur at Sunn- nf tbi' now aulmiuiJilli' uf tt auiial Ut.ufnww u iail fii illfTerent from '".aiiii iiiiU iHtiiiii hi lli I'm iiiii. er, wltit't' l y the prineiit al'I'l.e I'liaa: or roniHiim m Ui iu i. iliMin r. von can rvturt hi jmtr p'oa-- - thliw evi r Umr irdtl'Ht that olii' U liinplcil to belli'Ve - later in tlm utemnK. HKlittu tin- Iniriitnr link mvltli'iittilly lilt on Thi? Iiotflo rank with tin- tirit m ih.- cuu.it rv, umt tliff nuiiiy Konthcrn lnmpitMiil" uit- l"uu! tin- Pink of the lililh)iiiiiriii. Alold country liunu-i"- . whtiie novl hoard aivl Argun. iti.il iiiitny tloiriuli.K lnuy heuutiful. 'rlii' iiiliind country hack of l'an.s Christian Jrivcj may Ito taken ovci the I'xcullent iuiiJj, hiiioiik Ihu--, pivtuc.ivi- - null jml Man and His Weight. truck farms, which ship much of ihu mrlp uanli-i- i slutf that i m fariffrb r..l,M.-fiit; mid tlf t n mini tt''i sought in northern inarki'ls, The llshliin In .St. I.ouli. Iiay ami tlm .Iriljiiim j rtllows his ui'l.-h-l In rciiiulri hlh ort in thr lilll riv-- r in xcelleiit. many untjlcrs finding thfir Ih'U streania running limn- danger of an early ili- thu immcdiatii iuturior. ui HtrtMinn of of mlw limn lie .iinilil i uii I" lie iiilitrnrt xclii'ivi- Acroaa the hay from 1'a.is Chriatian U tin nnmcwliui typliolil fi'Mi What Ik iiinrv. If he New Orl.i' resort of Hay St. I.ouls, u place much frequented hy rildenl of eri' xlrliki'li wllli thill iINiusc. IiIk purt hiiU cent lent than who own cottages and bungaloea ujd come hure for the water ichunre wonlil he 10 It is ulso popular in winter vvitli many northern people who pivf-i- tin tiormal. A mini ho l thinner than. iolet of cottaca life with the accomp&niiiK fri eUoin for uut'lour poit. - the the averiiKe. on tlir other hand, haa Mi'hk danger of Uyln; In the decade liaycr and more fashionable routine of the larger neighboring raas Christian and Uay St Louis are reached only by I he modem tetl than a mini who llw the sinlet at thei normol llgurr. pawnor trains of the LOUISVILLE &. KASHVILLi: ItMI.KOAU. Pass Christinn. . I H' 'nt r.n "Tli-I'ii- k-' -- '" lrt Kt i wii-n- antt-w-lm- o.i. i - em-'m- i -- -- ' have decided to sell at public auction, !, . il (!',. i i ii it ur ulri! ii f ; t NOV. 24-t-, h 1917 RESI-DENCE - N-'- .iI-ittn- lr - i- at 2:30 o'clock, the HANDSOME NEW recently built on Richmond street. r- - - ifl - - j- - '! ' ' - t This house Is built of the very best rwiterial and has never been occupied. It consists of six rooms, hall, front and back porches, bath room, with all water connection, splendid concrete basement and all necessary outbuildings. Completely equipped with modern electric lights, in fact this house is modern and in every respect, being one of the handsomest residences on this street Any one desiring to look through this property before date of sale, will v gladly show same. Terms of sale will be easy and made known on that day. te t- W. J. Romans i