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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): November 22, 1917 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1917 cen1917112201_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 22, 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. THE CENTRAL RECORD. TWENTY EIGHTH YEAR LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, NOVEMBER 22, 1917. G NUMBER 34. 3 EL-E- E Our line of stoves Stoves i.s at Old Newspapers for sale this office. Dentist. Lancaster. REVIVAL AT M. H. Hatfield, BAPTIST CHURCH. 1 complete, consisting of the 'rhc revival services are continuing thru this week nt the llnpll.it church KOU SAI.K: pound feedinjr ni.d largo oiowds are In attendance. cattle, dood oiifn, J. II. Itoliinson. Dr Dawes is ii forceful, strong and SoIh agency for Hallard'H Obelisk, tliu eloquent speaker and the public should llnur of quality. Hud"nn. I Inches .t avail itself of the opportunity to be benefited by his earnest sermons. "iirimii Th lluptiit l.adiev A lil Society wll COUNTY have n li.izunr and HxchntiKi' Decem1017 St. ber 8lh Car ill Olil Dominion, tin- - tiff I Portland Cement now In. Hudson, lluuhes & Kv. FUEL ADMINISTRATOR, ; Majestic Range, Cast Ranges, Hot Blast Heaters, Cannon and Great tz ' l'nrniiu. now Hum Jolitiion sold h dandy cood Hnd jpven pigs, which were iiliotlt three months old for $l-- ." Laundry Stoves. A complete Tin- - man whj rule Kusla from now on is Kninj; tn have to know how to liljht without gloves. The Ladles of tin- - llaptitt church will nerve court ilav dinner in the storeroom vacated ti V I'. W. Harris. line of Pipe, Elbows, Dampers,etc We manufacture our pipe and can make any desired shape. Conn 3 Brothers. GEE LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. E3LE3L GEE IE a Ladies' Kid Gloves We have just received a big shipment of Ladies' Kid Gloves and now have in stock over a thousand dollars worth of new desirable colors, and all sizes. Finest Real French Kid Gloves in Browns, Tans, White, Grays and Blacks, at $2.50 Per Pair. Finest Genuine Mocha Gloves in Grays at $3.00 Per Pair. Extra Fine Quality Cape Walking Gloves In Grays and Tuns and $2.75JPer Pair. Driving Gloves Capes with Wool Lining at $2.00 Per Pair. Splendid Quality Cape Street Gloves in Tans, at $2.00. While these are slightly more than prices of three years ago they are decidedly cheap at the present time, and Kid Gloves are extremely BUY hard to get at any price. YOUR KID GLOVES NOW FOR CHRISTMAS. ss) ;: -- A. B. Robertson & Bro. Danville, Kentucky. Kconomy ha hrcome the Universal watchword, l'ven the princess slip rriUire less innterinl than of yore. OVERSUBSCRIBED Creino Duirv Keed i the best feed FOR Y. H. C. A. for our cow Hudson, Hughes & (iiirrard eountv, as usual, has ngain The church ut Kairview under the come to the frmt and oiersubscrihed pastorate of Itev. Frank N. Tindi r, Jr. her apportionment to the Y. M. C A. donated $10 to the V. .M. (' V at it war fund. This ctunty wns apportioned Ji.lOO regular meeting Sunday. and raised, including the $l,0."0 which What the Allien need most or nil is was ra'seil eeral weeks ago, n total somebody who chii best the Kaiser at of $2.43.5.", going "over the top" by the w ar Kanie, They may jet find him. a nice margin of $l IH.35. May Heaven speed the day! Mr. Adolph Joseph, the county chairman and Dr W. A. Wheeler, together Lost on the street last Saturday week with the assistants, deserve much credit u sterling silver card .case with mono- for the work they put into this cam gram It. In larRe letters. l. paign and everybody should be happy to this ollke. Kinder plene return that the amount was oversubscribed. When Ii3 peruses his llrenkfast Table of lEussia no HUBBARD Newspaper the TRIAL doubt feels like shaking hands with himself for being safe out of I'etrngrnd ON AT STANFORD. The Danville Chnstian church, which The trial of Ed Hubbard for the kill hat been without a pastor since the resignation of Dr. Horace Kingsbury, ing of M. .Smith Uaughmnii began has called Kev. .Madison A. Hart of last Monday morning ot Stanford. The Lincoln county panal was entirely exColumbia, Mo., to its pastorate. hausted and by an agreement of the Diose desiring to contribute to the attorneys on both side Garrard county Thanksgiving box for the Christian was decided on to furnish the jury. church Orphan's Home will please have Sheriff Weatherford was then instruc their contributions at Mrs. Ilruce Law- - ted to summons 100 from this county son's home not later than Monday Nov which he did last Monday afternoon. The jury was selected after examin !Gth. ing about 73 of those summone' and As chairman of the tiarrard County the jury as completed are as follows: lied Cross Chapter, let me urge the W. U. Montgomery, E Callico, J. E. farmers to lend to the Agricultural Montgomery, Floyd John Gaffney, Fair to lie held in Lancaster,, Decem Curtis, H. (I. Hrooks. Lewis Lilly, W. ber 1st, their hearty support. Not only H. Gulley, Herbert Whittaker, Lewis do vou exhibit and advertise your own Murphy, J. W, Daley and Ray Noel. farm products, but you give to the About 100 witnesses are to be exgood cause of helping the soldiers in amined on both tides and it will prob11. S. Hudson, l'res. the trenches. ably take the entire balance of the This extraordinary war in which we week. are engaged falls heavily upon all class es ofj people, but the most heavily up- CITY PROPERTY TO BE SOLD Fur it has been said, on the soldiers. Next Saturday afternoon the propall that a man hath he will give for his life, and while all contribute of their erty of W. J. Romans will be sold substance, the soldier puts his life at publicly at 2:30 oclock. Thisj's a splensUke, and often yields it up in his did piece of new property just comcountry's cause. The highest merit, pleted and has never been occupied. The same afternoon at 1;00 o'clock, then, is due the the residence and store room of W. H, Lincoln, March lb', 1801. Lackey will be Bold. This is one of the bust store room stands olf of the public square and should readily sell. lioth Kdgar T. Doty, of Richmond, sold his advertisements appear in this issue of famous gelding, Maydan, at Columbus, the Record. Ohio, to an Oklahoma party for $5.(n.X). Mr. Doty won about 1,500 in premiums SELLS $2,010 FOR 4 CENTS with his great saddle animal, und was Litttle Emmet Green, 0 years old, of first wherever he showed with the exception of the Kentucky State Fulr at Syracuse, N. Y.. found $2,010 in three Louisville, where he was close up in rolls and before he had reported his find to his parents he Bold two, one conthe money but did not get the blues. taining Sl.000 and the other $1,010 for Richmond Register. twu cents a roll. The purchases were made by u man, who the boy said he THEY KNEW BETTER. found silting on a bench in a park, He Republicans of Carnird county are has given the police a good description now kicking themselves for not having of the man. I'he money belonged to put a full ticket in the field for the Mrs. Mary Fusaro and her brother, the county and legislative ollices. A paitial savings of four years. Republican ticket won by a good inn jority, und they figure that they threw JAIL BIRD ESCAPES. away a seat in the Legislature bv not With a spring taken from the mat- having u candidate for Representative. Representative-elec- t J. Hugan Dullard, tress of his bed. Hen Moberly, arrested who will serve Garrard county at the for horse stealing, cut his way out of next session, is a Democrat and n strong the jail here last night about six o'clock Administration supporter. Louisville and is still nt large. the escape was made at the supper limes. hour or just ubout dark. With the spring he had removed ubout 100 brick BOOTLEGGERS FINED. from under the window on the south Last Saturday night Sheriff llallard side of the jail and left a hole that a s 200 pound man could easily have gotton captured Jcl.n Ucszley. Herbert und Sam Shott. returning from through. The bricks being laid with Lexington with an automobile full of lime und sand, the nutter of removing whiskey. They were taken in tow them wus easy after the first brick was near Hyattsville where they were pre- loosened. paring to unload. All three uro Moberly has served a term in the colored boys of the town and penitentiary for raising a check and were taken before Judge Arnold last has a bad record, lie is about five feet Monday morning. Sam Short was and ten Inches tall, wears a short beard given a fine of $75. and cost, while and weighs possibly 170 pounds, lielng John lieatley gut off with n $G0. fine charged with horse stealing a reward and cost, l'erklns contested and tin of $50. will be paid by the state for his coutt fixed bis fine at $50. with the return to jailer Ross. No other prisusual trimmings added. oners escaped. Kar-nasoldier.-Abraham No better selection could have been made tt'nii the appointment of Mr It. i Clay Knliirmnn ns I'ederal Fuel Admin- IN istrator for (iarrHrd county. He lias named as his assistants and advisory committee, Jud(,e F. P. Frishie and J. K. Stormes, Mr Kuulfman has mode n wise selection in the naming of these men, whom we predict will look faith fully after the work to which they have been nssigned. Thev are wnitintr further instructions from State Fuel Administrator Urvan before beginning their duties. i comfort point! Thousands of contented Caloric owners would tell you this if you could ask them. We know because hundreds have written unsolicited letters, saying that the Caloric outheats any furnace, boiler or stove they ever knew of, and uses less fuel doing it. These letters and thousands of other pleased owners are direct and unquestionable evidence that the There isn't an icy blast from the great Northwest that can cool down a Caloric heated house below the mm mt m i n , n lu SIS.,VHATTMEIIiSIDE The Original Patented Pipeiess Furnace is a wonderful and economic heater: but the best evidence you can get is to install one yourself and experience its comfort 'n your own home. The Caloric can be installed in an old house as well as a new. It heats through one register directly up from the cellar into tnc nousc, where the warm air WARMER RETURN RETURN circulates to the farthest comer. AIR a 1ZAIR This is the most natural and healthful way to heat a home Science says so and Experience proves it true. The Caloric is guaranteed to reduce your fuel bill by at least It has a patented triple casing and dead air space (no pipe- less turnace can succeed without this) which effectually prevents heat radiation into the cellar hence fruits and vegetables keep well in a Caloric heated home. Don t live another winter in a home too cool for health and comfort. Don't continue to burn costly fuel without an one-thir- adequate return. Install a Caloric and be Jiappyl Come in and see it. HaseldenBios & LagaSfr Thiol; Of I' ITr. that Is oM under "Lecml GuaiWo Uom5 How YOP HOI iCn yoa Tord to take chancM Atflinit hoe choUra 1 V wnvsWvSsV ' ua ocn icnai i b I does Pi.flrt t,.P. ... WiK&kTEEG) CURE ... r . mm PUaLm th work tttMr Ws-- riff) Bargains In maydanld1or"$5,ooo. BUGGIES That Give Satisfaction. THORNHILL WAGONS Run Lighter Composition & Metal Roofing Seel and Galvanized. Has no sand holes and is easy to put on - Last Longer Let ns shoiy )"" Harness The Very BEST Can That Money - House Paint The Best on the Market and at a price that will please you. B"y- Turning Plows That Run Unseed Oil Not Cotton Seed hut the Right And Guaranteed. Are purest of Linseed Oil. HORSESHOEING I'er-kin- KokomO . . Wire Fence STOVES Lancaster, and REPAIR Department is very complete. does your horse forge? We have the best sboer in town The kind that Stays when put up n RAINQES Jrl W. J. ROMANS. Kentucky. The Central Record, Thursday, Nov 22. 191 7. - -- -- .jjj-j.- I CARDS.' BUICK CARS EGGS WORTH HOARDED S4.000.000 IN NEW YORK. Pains and Aches Caused by Kidneys The Wayenberg Line of Work Shoes for Men and Boys. Many women attribute ailments and suffering to some Ulscass peculiar lo their sex. when often tho pain and misery Is caused by weak or ucranpcu Kiuneys. iiouseworK, ulTlco work or factory work may rtart tho trouble, and dlsiy spells, ruinness under eyes, soro muscles, A. D. URADSHAW, Prop still Joints, discolored or scanty urine, sleep disturbing bladder ailments, rheumatism or diabetes may result. Exclusive 431. Wbcn tho kidneys aro strong and healthy they from the Wood Klynn U awniting advices from Well- tho poisonous tiller nut matter. V 'icn waste they aro sluggish or overworked they Open Day and Night. Phone 66 ington before seizing the hoarded food neeu a rncuicmo to Clean intm out Quick and Satisfactory Service. and necessaries) here and putting them nnd Invigorate action. Foley Kidney I'llls are prepared expressly for tho on sale. f purpose of dissolving all poisonous substances and uric acid that loo go In the Joints and muscles and to cleanse and strengthen stopped-up- , one Intctlvc kidneys. Thousands of men D. and women In all parts of tho county There Are Other Lancaster People Sim testify to the wonderfully satisfactory results they have had (rem taking Voley Kidney l'lllx. ilarly Situated. Stormes Drug Store. Can there be any stronger prcof of Office at Rainey's Livery Stable, of Optimistic Thought. Lancaster. Kentucky fered than the evidence have Lancaster read the residents? After you Tho man whtxo worldly prospects following, quietly answer the question. are hl chief concern clings to a rope D. C. Sanders, prop, of lumber unci that villi surely fall him. Phone coal business, Campbell St.,. Lancaster, Office Hours j 8 to 12 a. m. 229. raj says; "I have used Doan'a Kidney 1'ills Portable Hydraulic Press. A porlnhle, but very powerful, hywith satisfactory results and do not M. K. Denny and W.A. hesitate to endorse them. My kidney draulic press hns been Invented for were out or order and had dull, nag' betiding lurge pipes to nny desired Doctors Of Dental Surgery. ging backaches. I also bad soreness curve without Injury. Office: tiormei Riilldlnsoier Hntt A Xaiti just over my kidneys, and my kidney ' ou' urnimre store. Happy Is Lover of Docks. were irregular in action. Doan's Kid LANCASTER, KENTUCKY; ney Pills, procured at Stormes' Drug Without the but' nf book the richStore, relieved the trouble and put my est mini W poor; but endowed with this treasure of treiiMires the poorest kidneys in good condition." man Is rich. He bus wealth which no Price COc, at all dealers. Don't sim power ran diminish, rlche which are ply ask for a kidney remedy get Doan always increasing. Kidney Pills the same that Mr. San Rex Oarage Now York Continuing his hunt for forbidden lood In New York, Chief Flvnn of the Secret Service, placed guards Tujsday ovor $1,000,000 vortli of eggs, unearthed in cold storage here. This discovery brings the total value of hoarded ctTK" found to $4.29 1, I I Dr. Wm. Pryor, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. notIhe only fMinm OF lto4-7to9- p. Wirt 1 Residence and Business Property Having moved to Harlan, Ky., I will on dershad. Foster-Milbur- n Co., Props. Best by test. Buffalo, N. Y. ACCOUNTING Every pair guaranteed. G.C.COX, Manse,Ky FOR ROAD FUNDS, .J. A. Beazlev 4. MINERAL DIRECTOR Office Over National Hank. Residence Mione 3. Office Phone 27 LANCASTER, KY. H. J. PATRICK, Dentist. Kentucky. Faint Lick, Honaker Fine Cut Flowers. dried It. I'eel thin n small lemon. lice It nnd put n small piece of the peel In: then pour In three pint" of Taxpayers who realize what a large part of their taxes are spent on roads boiling water. Sweeten and cover It and how poor is tho average system of cloely. accounting for road funds, will be in terested in the following reso'ution recently passed by the County Engi neers Association o f Washington. g must be "Some system of devised whereby all expenditures from road funds from all sourcess must be classified and segregated, in order that taxpayers and road officials may be in formed of details of cost of construe tion and maintenance of the various types of road. To this end, we reccom- - i This Little Blue Envelope rontalns th. new hlr net rou mend that all vouchers for road work, "ski Vn" ! r.'.M,,lK'";-J"- ,"' before being allowed by the county "Will-o-Wiscommissioners, shall show detail or ex Hair Net ! penditure, as to place, extent, characn lnrUlb; nt cf , ujump i.iir. ter and classification of work and that , "n-c; rrr the county engineer be requited to collect and fill all such data. For Fever Patient. Ilere l r. cimllng drink for fever patients: Put n little sage, two sprigs of halm nnd n little sorrel Into n stone Jug, hating ilrt wnhed nnd SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 24th, 1917, at one o'clock p. m., offer to the highest and best bidder, my Residence and Store Room on corner Richmond and Campbell street, one block from public square. Good seven-rooframe dwelling with large front and back hall. The store room being of brick and connected with residence. m This is an Ideal business location, having been used as a Genera) MerchanAnyone desiring to look at this property will dise store for a number of years. shown same at any time. Also at the same time offer some HOUSEHOLD GOODS and FARMING IMPLEMENTS. Terms made known on day of sale. THE GREAT DANGER-POLITICS. V Hortmaon Droi., Inc. f Jihn M. McRoberts. W. H. LACKEY. J.E. EDWARDS, Phone 365-- O The allies, notably France, seems to be particularly accursed, at this time. with a lot of ambitious men who are putting themselves first, before the great cause. Dy playing politics, and the gloomiest news issuing from Eu rope in many days is to the effect that schism between the allies' political and military leaders is generating. asswsss.ssBsssysssssts.iMS.)SSS MMMMaRSttaeMattMattas. BUCKEYE, KY. lER XL X Cr "XT O "CX JBL IK The trench Cabinet resigns under fire. London is all excited over reports that General Haig will not stand for the proposed allied military commission In Russia a dozen groups are fighting for power. Cadorna to go on strike, On the other side is the kaiser, with all his allies and all his allies' resources in the hollow of his iron band. $2.00 worth of hardy plants and bulbs Full control as to diplomatic and for fall $1.00. Write for particulars and FREE governmental management has been FALL FLOWER BOOK, which tells tho kaiser's strongest advantage from what to plant, how to plant and when the start and from the start the great to plant. est danger o the allies has been the inability, if not the impossibility, to Hardy Flowering Plants ans Bulbs For Fall Planting TOBACCO TO THE I IH ID SINGER, THE FLORIST HARRODSBURG, ROUTE, P. KY' Southern Rail Road. Danville, Ky. North-boun- No. 10 No. 4 Cincinnati Express, daily 4:30 a.m Spe a.m. a.m. cial, daily 0:03 No. 28 Blue Grass Special, daily except Sun...C:08 No. 14 Carolina Special, daily 7:00 No. 0 Local Express, dally 1:35 No. Limited, daily C:20 No. 12 Royal Palm, daily.. G:37 South-boun- a.m p.m. p.m. p.m. L o c a 1 Express, daily 11:05 No. 11 Royal Palm, daily..U:20 1 No. New Orleans Lim ited, daily 11:35 No. 13 Carolina Special, daily 10:15 No. 3 Spe cial, daily 11:35 No. C concentrate. Their weakness in this particular has already been demonstrated by tons of sacrificed blood and billions of wasted munitions, and to promote this interna) weakness it would seem, at this writ' ing, that the selfish politician, a crea ture more contemptible than pacific. or any other internal foe of the cause, is coming to the front. 'Politics and war mix as do gunpow der and friction matches, and no better If there ever was a time when the whole people of the United States, down to tho infant who can knit u sock should make war their sole business, as a business, that time is nuw. Wu've got to supply Europe not only with Jiien, money and munitions, but with morale, or the present advices from Europe are tremendously decep tive. And it is a crime against God and all mankind not to help the American people understand tho matter. Lancaster Tobac I I in m Warehouse MGRS. STANFORD STREET. a.m. a.m. a.m. p.m. p.m. Rheumatic Aches Drive them out with Slant's sooth-in- tr Liniment, the quick-actinliniment that ixnctrates with out rubbing and relieves the pain. Always have a bottle la the house for the aches and pains of rheumatism, gout, lumbago, strains ,f praiss, still joints and all muscle soreness. ornrrouttuea uohki. c, aw., i.uu. C. A. SPEITH COMPANY, i fW No. 0 cial, daily 11:52 p.m. Blue Grass Special, daily except Sunday, arrives.. 8:15 p.m. For rates, routes and information call upon or address M. J, Cougblin, agent; 'phone 340. No. 27 Florida Spe We Pay the Highest Market Price and Unload the Same Day. No Commission Charged. Phone 308. BRANCH JTOUSE AT MORELAND AND PAINT LICK, KY. The Central Record. Thursday, Nov 22, 1917. W. H. SHANKS, President. J. F. WHITE, Vice President. A. B. FLORENCE, Sec. and Treas. Capital Stock $100,000.00 FLORENCE OIL CO OF STANFORD, KENTUCKY. INCORPORATED UNDER THE LAWS OF KENTUCKY. WE ARE BIG ENOUGH to develop our Gel in with people who can do tilings, witli men who know the Oil business, witli men of financial ability and business integrity. SHARES $10.00 EACH FULLPAID THE KYKS OF THE OIL MKN nre turned toward Lincoln County. WHY? Because ten(IO) producing Oil Wells nnd eleven (11) Gns Wells have been drilled there is in the lost few months. THINK OF IT WELLS only 217 to 25U fcei deep, producing 10 to 20 barrels a duy. THREE JOINTS OF CASING nil that is required. We hnve spent more than a year in selecting our 5.000 acres of tcrricory NO WONDER "HEY ARE COMING TO KENTUCKY from all over the United States. Eight companies or Individ-mil- s art: drilling or getting ready and a dozen more have largo holdings in Lincoln County. WE PROPOSE TO GET OIL, The men at the hcod of the FLORENCE OIL COMPANY did not go in the business with any other idea. They have been shnping up this territory for over n year. TWO GEOLOGISTS have gone over it ond both tried to buy it, and later one offered to dtill it for nn interest Others hove tried to buy it, but our fnitli is so gn.-a- t in it that nothing will satisfy ns but drilling wells and getting the Production we feel sure we hnve territory. ' Who We Are Officers and Directors W II SHANKS. President of the Lincoln County National Bank, of Stanford, Ky. JOHN F. WHITE. National Bank, of Logan, Ohio. nt Rem-p- cl OO .fa . I : - ' ft, F. M McKAY, ot Winchester, Ky., and Logan, 0., with 15 years oil experience. HON JOHN C. PETTIT. Attorney, Logan.O A view of producing Oil Weill on Iluck t'rvvk, Lincoln County, iiml s rround thU properly Kentucky Our property joins A. B FLORENCE, 16 years Mayor of Stanford, Ky., and 15 years experience in Kentucky Oil fields ns contractor. A $10.00 SHARE DOES AS MUCH GOOD AS A $100.00 SHARE in the deep sands of Pennsylvania, oh'0 and West Virginia. That's why hundreds make fortunes in the Kentucky Fields.' TWO CHANCES at less than 800 feet the Irvin sand same as in the great Irvine pool BUY in a Company that has Big Chances for Dividends. and the Sunny-Brook. This small map shows only about half our territory. Our Leases surround nnd join producing wells. Don't see how we can miss Oil. FLORENCE OIL CO., for S , Stanford, Ky. Find enclosed M. O check for Buy as many shares as you can. If you want in on this offering at $10. a share, be quick, we don't wait long in Ky THIS AI) WILL NOT APPEAR IN ANOTHTR ISSUE OF THIS PAPER. which issue me Name Address shares of stock. El The undersigned hereby g'Ve warning tu nil persons not to trespass upon our Innds lor any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all olTcnders to ful list extent of tH law. Hunters and. Fishermen especially take notice It. L. Klkin Ed & N II Price J. C. KIgshy. II. C. Arnold. Mrs. K. I I'razee John Tatum. l(. I.. Arnold. T. It. Slavin. C M. Moberly. It. I.. Darker. II. M. Lear. S. C. Idcaliy. Situs Daily, Julia Parks J. D. .Savior. A. I., (iibhs. W. S. Ferguson, Mrs. J. Wade Walker Mr.i. ICminu HigginhotliMm. Sunday eve- James M. White and wife. Mrs, Otto Howling spent Saturday We will add other names for 2.1 cents night and Sunday with her grandmother cash. Mrs. W. V. Anderson Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Willie Khodis were the HUNTERS TAKE NOTICE. guests of .Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry Creech I Saturday night and Sunday. This Agreement Witnesseth; That in order to protect I ho game on our I ii ml s for u period of three years we LANCASTER MAN bind ourselves not to hunt thereon, nor permit nil) body else to do so, and we CAME HOME TO DIE. further agree- to prosecute with diligence oil persons who violate tli gume "Three jears ago I came home thinklaws of Kentucky or trespass upon our ing - or !t weeks would bo my limit to lands for the purpose, of hunting. And live. I had suffered for 15 years from we further agree to act as Deputy colic attacks and severe liver and stomGame Wardens for the purpose of car- ach trouble, I happened to see an adrying out this agreement. Except each vertisement of Mayr's Wonderful Remof us have the right to kill rabbits on edy and purchased u buttle at tbo drug our .'nrms or permit it to be done by store and after taking the first doe I another under our supervision, or the felt better than I had for 15 years. 1 supervision of some responsible and am now in tho best of health thanks reliable peison selec'eil by us. to Mnyr's Wonderful Remedy. It is a simple harmless preparation This November loth, 11)10. J, K. ltohinson, that removes the catarrhal mucous from It. I.. Klkin, W. II. Hrown. the intestinal tract, und allujs the J no. M. which causes practically nil Alex Walker, W. II. Ilurton. T. A. Klkin, stomach, liver ami intestinal ailments, Ilaselden Ilros., One dose will F. M. Tinder. including appendicitis. J. It, Dalton, Logan Hubble, convince or money refunded. John II. Smith. It. K. Mcltoberts, Druggist. t;. M, Deshon, .1. N. Itoss. II. II. Cox, Fisher Herring, MT. HEBRON J, W, Sweeney, Hughes llros, W. M. Mahan. Withers Ilros, Mr. Robert Sherrow, wife and daughWilliam, Marcus and Jim White. J. U. Pope, ter are recovering. II. P. Wilmut, Mrs. David Chenault, Frail J. Conn, Mr and Mrs W. L. Grow were with W. It. Cook, her parents in Danville, Friday. J, iV, Klmore, Huffman Ilros, T. C. Kankin. Mr lien Jennings is delivering somu Win. G. Anderson. Sam Cotton, corn to Mr A. S. Dean at $5.60 per bbl. Moss W. II. T. M. Arnold, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Lent Teater and chilJno. M. White, It. K. Henry. nnd Mrs. Bright Herring. dren were the guests of Mr. A. D. Ilrudshaw, Sunday. Scott Huffman Thos. Illcks here It. L. Darker. Mr Wm. Onstott spent the latter Wm. and Lizzie, Onstott. POSTED part of the week with her brother, Mr Itaymond Scott at Junction City. Mr. Charley Gooch of Iowa is visitItcv. I). F. Sebastian filled his aping home folks. pointments at this place Saturday afMrs. Norman has been visiting rela- ternoon, Sunday morning and evening. tives Mr. U. G. Itains and family and Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Norman spent Joe Aldridge and family of Coy were Sunday with her father. the guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Ham, Mr, and Mrs. Ruins of thi place have Sunday. moved to Williamsburg. The pie supper given at Sunnyside Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Marshbanks Saturday evening by Miss Lillian Dalwere in I'aint l.ick, Saturday evening. ton was quite a success, $26.25 being Mrs. W. I'. Anderson and children realized. Mr and Mrs Eugene Clark and little spent Sunday with Mrs. W. 1'. Anderdaughter, Gladys Stone of Mercer.werc son, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Mays were with her parents, Mr and Mrs F. W. guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Howling Montgomery, Saturday and Sunday. MANSE, r?Wa because grain ben eraln alone makes mors yolks than whites, tails to cIto ocas mooch, elements fl Cut Out Useless Complaints. The time wasted In complalslr.s because the Job Is hard would often bo mure than sufficient to put that Job on the list of "has beens." That's Nice. on water then? has been Invented a tricycle with hollow, wheel, the rear finlr belnr provided with blades for propulsion. HIGHEST PRICES PAID RsmlttaaM Mail.d m Dar SUpmas la Raaalrad "For riding No Commission to Pay Writ for Pric Liat Shipping Tars laorparal! LOUISVILLE. KY. torwhita.nl cges. Wheat.eoni.oat9, barter, kaflr rfmtaln (above buiiilr malotenaDci ) elements to aTcrsec Zli join ana onlr 154 wtitaa, Purina Chicken ChOfder with Purina Scratch Feed contains elements for ad IIS M. Sabel & Sons CARTERS VJ.LLE. Miss Eva Merrymnn visited home folks Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. C. S. Itoop who has been very sick is better at this writing. Mr. Sam Davis and wife visited Mr. nnd Mrs. Entered Clark Sunday. Mrs Eliza Conn visited her daughter Mrs. Pierce Allen last Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. George Davis visited Mr. and Mrs. llynum Davis last Sunday. The Rev. J. M. Itobiuson, Mrs. J. S. Allen, Mrs. Jeff Davn and ltev. Key, visited Mrs, Susie Renfro lust Wednesday. Mr. und Mrs. Caleb Todd, of llereu ami Mr. und Mrs. .1 T. Allen visited Mr. nnd Mrs. ItlulTarii Jennings Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. 1'. L. Pennington and children visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Itoop last Saturday and Sunday. Mr. und Mrs. JolmTutor and children of Manse, Mrs Mnttie Green and Mrs. Robert Green visited Mr, und Mrs. S. M. Davis last Sunday, The revival meeting which has been going on at Cartersville clored last Thursday night. In spite of some of the bad weather u large crowd which form (at and ruts down rare Urine, t'eoil len lla. Purina tecl to looiba. I'unna Chicken Chowder you'll u. lata had and tat MORE ECCS-- OR MONEY BACK Money raid Inr PurlnaCblcken Chowder u ill t retunde.1 It hena do not lay moreetca when ted Purina Clilclrn, Chuudcr as directed with l'uilna 2l2.33whites, 2I4.77yolks. Note terfect baliiucc andlaurenumber. v?uto( loo bens cat too much Eraln Learning and Forgetting. The sad defect about the progress of the huimm nice Is thut while we nre occupied In learning cue thlug we ur- - almost nlwuys engaged In forget-tint- , She Does. nnother. Symmetry Deliberately Lacking. The Church of St. ltasll, hi the Kremlin, on Kreiu'.lu hill, In Moscow, Russia, is pcrhap.' the only btilldlug In the world constructed with 11 care ful view to avoiding till symmetry la color or form. Had Seen the "Ad." When formal ntiuounceiiient of Helen'), iighgement was made In the society column of the local paper. Dicky rauie running up to his sister, saying: 'Oh, Helen. I raw jour ad In tho pa-1- T I" Ingenious A d girl may not let you kiss her, but the chances arc she appreciates your wanting to. Tiger. .V Mermen , &'cV"kcratch;wiicken1 s LeadingDealers COY YA BuilnsM.Phonoaraphy BOOKKEEPING TYPEWRITING and II. frMlJ.athaa r vara a aalbaaklaataalaM. alM.a roaaa m.n ana wooi.a for UlnaWZUtVol at. smlTU. M!l!lPJ!iM of ip.rl.aea la u.rraotlU Lalact. aU. ' Mofallas TELEGRAPHY aw"aal.r oaw, v" was sent to little Mrs. Amanda Gome, hts been quito the itoro to buy a lemon cream pie. ! .netlnii' later she returned bearing ill for several days. It triumphantly In her nrms nnd said James I. Sanders bought a horse "I forgotteil the tinnio of It, so I Just from Arn Masters for $141). asked for ono wlf embroidery on It, A. T. Sanders and William Whittaker were in Lexington, Monday. Workshop Is Useful. A convenient building to have on Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Carter are vis practically n.iy small country or sub itors in Louisville this week. urban estate Is u small structure fitted Miss Alberta Speaks spent Sunday up with it carpenter's bench and tool Mrs, Nannie closet, with her with n bin for conl. n recess for Moberly. wood ii nd u Miiull room fitted up for Mrs.Squire Newby and children were the fctoruge of household goods or garrecent visitors of her parents, Mr. und den necessities. Mrs. Litterel of Tenn. Weather Has Made History. Messrs Thos. and Elijah McMilhon All through history, from classic have returned home after a ten days times down to the present, the visit to relatives in Tenn. of tho weather has turned the Miss l'eachiu Mae Sanders has re- tide of wars. Jfu wonder that comturned home after several days visit manders, kings und nations used tn with her sister. Mrs. Ileatrice Johnson pray for fuvorublo weather when their fortunes were nt stake.- There was of Lancaster. Mr. and Mrs. James Sanders and t time, both In pagan daytt und later Miss 1'eachie Mae Sanders attended under the Christian cycle, that no Into battle without offering preaching at Antioch Sunday and were irmy went devout supplications for n fair day or entertained at dinner by Mr. E. 11, Kay a foul, as best suited their ulais. and family. grand-motheInter-rentlo- n Mrs. J. A. Cox, olAI-derso- n, V. Va., writes: "My dauchter . . . suffered terribly. S!ic could not turn In bed the doctors pave her up, and brou-- ht we her home to die. S!ic had suffered so much at. ..time. Having heard cf Cardul, we got It for her." ... CARDU ij The Woman's Tonic "In a few days, she began to Improve," Mrs. Cox continues, "and had no trouble at . . . Cardul cured her, anil wc sins Its praises everywhere." we receive many thousands of similar letters every year, telling oi the good Cardul has done for women who sutler front complaints so common to their sex. It should do t0- ETJ? Pi cuT1' I The Central Record, Thursday, Nov 22 !9I7. CARE OF SEED CORN Begin Immediately After Gathering and Continue Until the Grain Is Planted. the enrs lirnt or mildew In n remarkably short time. Tho best nml cheapest treatment after the rnrs urc withered 11 nil husked In to Hp the enrs slnsly on tlinlT twine nt ntmiit eight-Inctin' twine belns looped about Boys cylgricultural Club x&arrarci County W. II, KOfi KKS. Superintendent. jigricultural 3atr and ' DRY PLACE IS RECOMMENDED s S V v. Premium by Hudson, Hughes & Premium hy Hudson, Hughes & To the high school having the best corn judging team, Hudson, and Ksrnuii will dontu One llase Hull Outfit. Utiles to be formulated superintendent. Corn Club Hoy, $ll).(0 .$ L'.dO Champion Katnau, Farnau. Hughes by the Heat Ten Ears of Corn, Announcement. No Leeallty Where Crop Will Not Be Drying Bettered by Thorough Treatment Poor Storage Will Impair Vitality. (From the United States Department or Agriculture.) The snme ilay Hint seed corn Is Eiitlieied from stundlng stnlks us they grow In the field the husked curs yhnuld bp tmt In a ilry place where there Is n free circulation of ntr, inul to placed that the enrs do not touch one nnother. This Is the only safe wny. accord, lug to the United States department of agriculture, which says Hint much good seed has been ruined because It was thought to be dry enough when gathered. Many fanners think that their autumns are so dry that these precaution are not necessary, yet there Is no locality where the corn will not he bettered by a thorough drying treatment. If corn Is left In th" IiiihIc It may sprout or mildew dur-- 1 tPouitri Show. Second Floor lcx Giimtic Ijuililin.q. tSatirctajj 2)ecemoer 1st, '17 l. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. The (Isrrnul Count v Agricultural Hoard, herewith presents tn you the 2 Fust Annual Premium List of the (inrrnrd County Agricultural Fair nnd Poul try Show, which will be held in the Hex (israge lluilding in I.iinraster, Ky., on Saturday December 1st. The primary object of this show is to encourage and stimulate the Agrl- ctlllual interests of the county. Crateful thanks are hereby tendered the Merchants nnd Homines Men of Lancaster for their generosity which liai made this show possible. i pB Excellent Ears for Seed. 1 ,e HA if i I V Garrard I I I i Rules. All entries positively cloed Friday, Nov. 30th at 2,P. M. All exhibits Willi the exception of Poultry becomes the property It I'D CROSS and an auction sale will be held Satunlay at II 1'. M. Poultry exhibitors will be required to furnish coops and feed. I'ach Superintendent will have full authority in his department. All exhibits must be home grown. of the Garrard County Agricultural Board. J. A. Anion, President, Alex Doty, Secretary, K. C McV.'horter. Itobert Hon- - . ( irs swat i-- jra m ji r. "Vir l?t P Eureka Yellow Dent Corn. Ing wnrm wet weather, nndilt Is more likely to become Infested with weevils. Poor Storage Impair Vitality. The vitality of seed may be reduced by lavlng It In n sack or In u pile Tor even n day after It lias been gathDuring warm fall days, with ered. some moisture In the cobs and kernels. BEST ATTENTION TO MEADOW 8ome of Them In England Have Yielded Enormoui Crops of Hay or Been Grazed for Years. No part of the farm pays better than a good meadow and It should, therefore, have the btfst attention. In England we find the best meadows In the Some of them have yielded world. enormous crops of hny or been grazed for 300 years. They tell you there that It takes a century to make a meadow. England Is also the land of great beef cattle. Good meadows nnd cattle nre Inseparable. Do not fall to the meadow with farmyard manure. In which 200 or 300 pounds of acid phosphate per iicn- - has been mixed, or the ncld phos. phate may be broadcasted after applying the manure. If no manure Is available, from 400 to COO pounds of ncld c? half ncld phwphato nnd half bone meal should be applied. Treat your meadows right and they will return top-dre' long profits. SEEK INFORMATION ON SEED Department of Agriculture Proposes to File Sueh Intelligence In Inquiries. Answer-Ing Hip middle of the ears so that they County AtirictiN Under Auspices hang balanced and horizontal. OrdiI t uru ijotird. nary binder twine strong enough t.'J to support from 15 to 20 ciir. Wire racks nre cheaper In the long W. H. ROGERS, A good run nml more convenient. County Aijrictiltt'rnl Agent. form l made from welded or woven Si wire fencing, the upright wires being nil Premiums Donated hv Merchants unil Husincss Men of rJ used ns the hangers, and the lateral wires cut off and bent upward being fM Ltiticr tor. Kentttckv. H ued ns supports for the Individual ears. The lateral wires, about three inches long on either side of the main upright, are thrust Into the butt end of the cobb. These racks will lnt many years nnd nre easily stored when not In use. In use. with the It. I.. l:i KIN. Superintendent. corn upon them, they have somewhat the appearance of giant fern fronds. Corn. The central wire Is the midrib of the leaf, nnd the cnsN of corn stand out (test ten to rerond. $r 00 to first. ears white on each side like the fern leaflets, or Piemiuni by Iluilii'.n. HughctA Farnr.u. like leaflets on n locust tree. livrl ten ears colored $&00 to first. tZCU to necot.d. Wooden Racks Convenient. Premium by Hudson, Hughes & Fnrnau. Wooden seed rncks, In which the ears are Rtnred In rows on separate I!et single ear white tZW to first. $1.00 to ecmid. shelves, are convenient dryers, nnd IPremium by'Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. have no drawbacks In n dry, breezy place, although the nlr cannot circuI5M single ear colored J2.00 to lirt, J1.00 to fecund. late freely on nil sides nnd dampness Premium by Hudson, Hughes ic Farnuu. may be held where the row of kernels Tobacco. rests on the wood. . Only during unusually damp wenth$:i.Wl to first. $il'l to second. UeU display of all grade er nt time will n Are Premium by Carrurd Hank & Trust Co. be necessary to help the drying. Yet Shall consist of 3 hands of leaf, lugs, trash und red. If heat Is applied In n poorly ventilat ed place. It will do more harm than Heat It hand '. to of leaf $00 to first, good. If used, the Hro should be slow Premium by (larrard Hank & Trujt Co. should be beand It low the ears with plenty of good ven- Hest peck of wheat $1.W to first. $.W to second. tilation above them. Premium by (inrrard Milling Co. $1.00 to first, $.50 to second. Best peck of rye INCREASE YIELD BY PLOWING Premium by Garrard Milling Co. $2.00 to first. $l.tsi to second. Work Done In Early Fall Is Most Sat-- , Best peck of hemp seed 1st premium hv H. H. Cox. 2nd by 15. B. Swinebtojd. Isfaetory Weeds Are Destroyed $1.00 to first $.W to second. Best peck of Barley and Soil Pulverized. Premium by Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. Repeated trials have shown that to first. $1.00 to second. bale clover hay early fall plowing gives much better Premium by Citizens National Bank. conditions for a crop of green the fol$2.00 to first. $1.00 to second. lowing venr than late plowing gives. Best bale timothy hay Premium by Citizens National Bank. While August Is n dry, hot month and other farm work presses. It Is advis- Best bale sov bean hay $2.00 to first. $1.00 to second. able to do as inurli plowing ns posPremium bv Citizens National Hank. sible. On clean land no further treatment Is needed. On weedy land the August plowing should be followed by disking or harrowing, JOHN FAKP.A, .Superintendent. or by replow'ng In October. iivnnient destroys ninny of Hest display of apples (to consist ot not less than two varieties) the weeds on,! pulverizes the soil, so by James Smith. 2ml premium $.75 W. H. Hall, that good supplies of plant food are 1st premium $5.0(1 pair of shoes $1.10 to lirft. $.50 to second. uvnllublo during the next season. In He4t peck of Irish Pctatoes Premium by Davidson & Iomlii'son. addition, It gives n longer plowing season nnd n chance to do better Bst peck cf Sweet Potatoes, $1.00 to first, $ Ml to second. Early plowing and good plow-In- g Premium by Cash Variety Store. are Important steps In getting bet$.50 to first. Best pumpkin ter than tho average yield. Premium by Cash Variety ilflre. to first. SILAGE TO CHEAPEN RATION Best Kershaw Premium by llnselden Brother. More Silos Being Constructed Every Best ecl; of onions $1.50 to first. $.50 to secoi.d. Year Because of Convenience Premium bv M. S. Hatfield, Dentist. and Economy In Feeding. K. K. Speakr, (!. II. Swinebroad, Jim Sutton, John Farra. Sim Wheeler. Tom Rankin, J. P Bourne, Robert Clark. John Winn Agricultural Department. g I iiMiiiiiMai sn miniil ii O Weoils ta Ltsll.'s lfeife:jMsall T tgM 'jyp - -- The mosf the bat first, in 5 war-pictur- war-pictur- Leslie's if .( ' W. 0. RIGNEY Funeral OIHce B-- st $2-0- -' Oirector and 18. Embalmer. Kentucky. Phone Residence i'hone 33. horticultural Department. Lancaster, wyi"SiiiiBlL (Prepared by the United States Department of Agriculture.) Tho committee on seed stocks of tho United States department of agriculture Is cndeaiorlng to assist In supplying Information ns to where seeds may be obtained. To this end It will appreciate Information from anyone-- who has seed to offer. The Information fiiould contain the name, kind, und variety, and approximately tho quantity of seed offered ns well ns tho price asked. It proposes to fllo all such Information nnd to use It In answering Inquiries that may bo received from various parts of the country. All such communications should be addressed to It. A. Oakley, Chairman Commttteo on Seed Stocks, United States department of agriculture, Washington. Ilecaue of thu econcmy nnd convenience In feeding silage, more silos being built wry season. This Nr ;ei!r will likely lee u larger number erected to "can" the corn crop. Seventeen per cent more milk mid morn butterfut was pro-- S per cent duced by dairy cowa fed largely than by others fed mulnly. u grain ration In a feeding test conducted ut thu Ohio experiment station. Tho sllago ration produced butterfat ut 13 cents n pound, und thu grain ration at '--i cents. Two pounds of dry matter can be produced In the form of idlngo at less cost than ouo pound In sugar beets, other tests huvu shown. CONTROL OF Woman's Department. $2.00 to first, $1.00 to second Beat Fruit Cake 1st piemium by (larrxrd Hank & Trust Co. 2nd premium by Scales Barber Shop li- -l $2 00 to first, $1.00 to second. Angel Food Cake Premium b.v The National Bank. Hest Cream Pie 75cts to first, 25cts to second. Premium by Zlnimcrs Restaurant. Brat l.emon Pie "5cts to first, 25c ta to e:ond. Premium by .immers Restaurant. llet Pumpkin Pie $1.60 to Piemium by The National Bank. One Box Carnations. Don't Buy Wagon Until Yon Have Sew the jolniiibns x 1'remiuiu by Win. F. Miller, Cut Flowers. Best Display of Jellies lirtt, COcU to second CUTTING CORN FOR THE SILO Best Time U When Grains Are Well Dented Pays Farmer to Own Hit Silage Cutter. Cut corn for eilo when tho grains nro This Is generally when the lower loaves end busks are beginning to dry up, and the corn Is nearly ready to cut for shocking. It rays to bare your own silage cotter, so as to All tbsjillo when the crop Is In the right condition. well dented. $1.00 to lira', Mela to second. Best BUphiv of Preserves 1st premium by J. It. Mount, 2nd premium by Dr W. D. Prjor. Quicklime Can Be Used to Advantage Hest display or canntd iiuit.(ti) bu shown in glass) $2.00 to first, $1.00 to second by Slaking With Water and Premium hy Joseph tlercuutlli) Co., to be give" l' Merchandise. Sprinkling Mixture, Best display of cunnid vegetables (thown in glass) $J.0O to first fV)c to second. Pu iniums by Meltoberts Drug Ston. Dr W. D. Pryor, J. M. Furru. The usunl advice for the control of sheep sorrel Is to apply ground limePoultry. stone, two tons per acre, hydrated lime U O. TINUKIt. Superintendent. f one and tons per acre, or quicklime one ton per acre. The quick,$2.v0 to first. $1.00 to second. Best Pen Chickens, any breed lime can bo usd to advantage by 1st premium by T. I'urreV. Grocery, 2nd by W. T. West. slaking with water and sprinkling the $2.00 to first, Central Record to second. mixture freely over the sorrel. The Best Cockerel any breed Premium by Hex Garage. liquid will Injure the leaves of the sorrel as well as help correct the soil Beit Hen any breed $2.00 to first, Central Record to second. acidity. SHEEP SORREL Bo'or yen iXiue v. mi- v aun, Strour.ly tie built oi tne t in- - ili'i ;:.at."Mi t'l tli.b lims ;i. the Most satis(ai..wi;' t" ' i: 'i'l :"t J ; r. 'I , , i iineci" ill tho iioUhIIv ii.iv, i'U :f t! It u t:i n. ill :'. fitt U.-s. nii'.hwU which has Tho boiite-.Bruin'-, jl u;iiw.l if .s",'t. ' Mot ik- t 1 :"i-ru- s .j. t.t- ':.,,, .r .1, i . i. . 1 ju -i ! .'".i1! 'I . .'ud t l b'M ... i i I i'. :: - A .t . j , t,i xua i to ! , ..r.i. ... . y; ttni h minis, i ' . t .. '".I ta' tn tv Co! ii . 'ind ettiil" ir. r r ,m t If I' . .. ..lit ii tti.it ;.'k "ice. Cuuiu In nr.. iu, I) nne-lml- Becker & Ballard. 'Phone 27. J Bryantsvllle, Ky. - The Central Record, Thursday, Nov 22, 1917. 2 the To The Tobacco Growers Madison, Of Garrard and Other Counties. that we will open We wish to announce Home Tobacco W'house INCOIU'OKATEU. 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 was the highest average of any house in the State of Kentucky. Have your Tobacco sold by experienced Tobacco Men, with personal attention to each basket. Long Tom Chenault Auctioneer. I. M. Hume Floor Manager. Joe Boggs, Bookkeeper. "somewhere; ia W. E. Luxon, Salesman. G. B. Turley, Check Writer. J. B. Walker, Solicitor. THE NATIONAL BANK OP LANCASTER. CnpMul A. K $50,000. Surplus $30,000. IWt S. (.. DKNNY. DKNNY. Prrs'denl J. K. STOKMKS. Vice Cashier. J. It. Harris. J. I.. (III.!.. Safety Samual Deposit WK SOLICIT Boxes YOUH For Rent. IIUHINKSS. I). 'Cochran. Stormes. S. C. Denny. Denny. . Alex J. II. I'osey. J. E. J. I.. Rill. Dr. W. M. Klliott. Director. A Legalfy c3 roj alnrl29tn wlwn yuu t itionlf is iflfr-rr'upl- i riDicoi 'tatvaieOr let no; camera nfl (hat It oU ucilr a'LcffaUiuKraclro Hon4.' How 4am ""UJ Ulte etitneet acatatt hog cbolera Cftfilnnf-- i V rci"-i'on mirh frrrt t USIUItva &J GUARANTEED CURE ilfrirtitrltnrtrvitiilrr't'inthmrrh'l'r'. r t witul I not i J. u.bftK(rnv w k l ii r ikif rU'tfi til'... II Oi.rt. At AlllmircUta, vti i Within the last year or two the word Somewhere" has come to have a new meaning, It lias been lifted out of obscurity and put into a place, of prominence and dist'netion. A dispatch appears in the dailv papers from "Somewhere in France:" a letter arrives from Somewhere in Ituisia"; a report leaks in from "Somewhere in the Kalkans." One by 0111 the lads from our homes haze been slipping awav, and have been going, as soldiers, surgeons, ambulance drivers and in various other noble cap acities, to the land of "Somewhere." And hosts of nurses and other women, with eager desire to servo the need of humanity, have gone overseas, too, and are at work in the same distant "Some where Land". Eyes dimmed by tears have tried to pierce through the veil that hides the country of "Somewhere"; and hearts that have a new ache are waiting with patience to learn hew those they "have loved long since and lost awhile", are faring in that mysterious "Somewhere" - place of sacred service and sacrifice. Have they crossed safely the seas that are infested with the stealthy serpents of death? Have they set foot upon the And hoveringover"Somewhere Land" the Spilit of that (ireat Soul who said that a man could show no greater love for his fellow man than to lay down his life for him; and that teaching is sinking into the consciousness of those who are now in the country of "Somewhere," and thev are doing what He did who came not to be ministered unto, but to minister, and to God have give His life as a ransom. all those who have gone to "Somewhere" in His protection and mercy, and bring thorn all back again in safety to the hearts that love them, und that yearn after them, and that hold them always before His throne! Christian Advocate. Death to Moths. BIC JERSEY SALE. I will sell on SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 24th, 1917 Ky., sell at public auction SO HEAD consisting of 50 cows, fresh and heavey springers, 5 registered; 30 heifers, all bred; 2 bulls, both registered, yearling and two jear old; all good ones and to be sold absolutely without reserve or Come to this sale and buy what you need. Mr Stanley will tell you on sale day what each cow is doing. at l:30oVlock p. m. in Shelbyville, OR JURSKY CATTLE by-bi- M. A. WAKEFIELD, Col. J T. Cowherd & Son Auctioneers Shelbyville, Ky. I i If moths get Into the closet, saturate n cloth ten or twelve Indie square with formaldehyde; liniig cloth In the cloet and chwo up tightly for twelve hours. The simie plan may be used in chests, trunks or lioxe, where clothing Is Morod. The fumes will kill Phones moths n well ns their eggs; nlio genus of nny kind. .No odor Is left la the clothing. Jacob SchulzCompany Incorporated. Fine Cut Flowers For 339-- F All Occasions. Promtn Attention or 83. All Orders Receive Wm. F. Miller, Agt Lancaste land whose voice has been calling Are for help in its extremity? they now ministering to the need of their brothers in distress? Are they standing shoulder to shoulder with their GULFPORT, MISSISSIPPI. comrades in arms, and doing their part Missisjippi is u land of romance urn) Interesting history, unci she lias in thrusting the invader from the deMississippi vastated land? furnished some famous men who have hail spectacular careem. Have they paid the was founil by old worhl explorers to have n line climate ami ninny fascinations. price of their devotion to humanity, Two centuries 111:0 DeSoto, Jnliet, Marquette, Iberville, llienville anil I.aSalle with the red blood of their sacrifice?! had 11 "vision" of the civilization of .Mississippi of today. Mississippi lias had Oh, what is the word from "Some-- i ' one hundred vears of statehood and alio expect.1 to celebrate her Centennial where Land?" near Culfport in ID I 'J. It is a wonderful land. "Somewhere" At Culfport ia a railway pier extending one inilo into the Mississippi that lies concealed behind the curtain Sound. It gives dockage facilities to foreign vessels and makes the harbor u I of secrecy; for marvelous things ure gateway to the interior of the state, and south to the I'anama Canal region. ! going on there. The best that Is in Culfport ia thus famed, together with ita land connections alone; the line of the men and women is lighting with deterLouisville & Nashville Itailrnad for Us acceasibilitv from uml to all points mination born of desperation ugainst north, south, east and west. the woist that is in them and the best The city of Culfport has attractive homes, line churches and schools, and is coming to the mastery. All the an aggressive wide-swuk- e people. She has also about her, fruit lands aiul great virtues ure finding untrammeled garden spots for the settler from the north. She has in her (ireat Southern expression in "Somewhere Land"; for Hotel a fine up-t- o date hostelry. Culfport is on the beautiful Shell road also, it is a land where exchanges are being that extends for miles alone; the edije of the Sound. It is 11 line breeze one made, and menurihtrteringtheirbrass gets at moat any day of the year, when aboard that electric line that runs for gold, and their iron for silver, unj alone, the very waters edge. The j;ul f links, a few miles east of Culfport ure their wood for brass, and their stonu an uttraction on this line; also the Military Academy and beautiful Ileauvoir, for iron. The higher values ure comtlut wai once the home of Jellerson Davis, and which is now u harbor for the ing to the supremacy, and many things Confederate Veterans of the South, that were thought to be inestimable If, while sojourning at Culfport, you arc weary of golfing r boating, are being discovered as worthless, while why then in the moonlit nights or dark nights you can go searching for "lloun-drs- " other things that were held in disdain when the tide Is nut. It is a picturesque sight tu see men and women, are emerging into honor. who live along the shore who often at night are thus engaged, Jly the aid of Cod Is melting the peoples anew in the light of their torches they enjoy this sport. No doubt many find it an "Somewhere Li)d;" and out of the reeconomic pastime. fining tires will come u better world, a Culfport Is a coining city of some size! Strangers are cordially welcome I truer brotherhood, a broader sympathy, g either to visit for n time or to a id their interest to that of many others who a deeper devotion, fur character is come for the attractions and well-bein- g she olfers to all who may wish to shart tried in'the ciucible In the country them with her. Carlyle Porter. of "Somewhee , and service is being Gulfport l one of the attractive resorts located on th lleautlful Culf coronated, and sacrifice Is being sanctiCoast and reached by the superb steel passenger train of the LOUISVILLE fied, and humanity I seeing Cod In a & NASHVILLE ItAILItOAD.-Advertiiem- ent. new way "over there". THE BEAUTIFUL GULF COAST. 9 & SERVICE . kind that pleases. kind that Progressive and yet Conservative, Sound and Safe. Cupital Stock Deposits Due to Banks IS Through this service wc are able to present to you a statement of our bank of November 10th, that we think should be pleasing to all our customers. Loans Overdrafts Cash ami in Hanks.... Bonds nntl U. Banking House $119,039.50 2.791.35 53.521.50 4G.380.00 3,000.00 $ 22 1.735.35 .... 10,000,00 11 .534.91 Surplus ami Profit 188,529.75 5.G70.G9 S224.735.35 We thank those who have helped us to make such a good bank and invite the accounts of any who may wish to use our service. Peoples Bank. Paint Lick, Kentucky. fhe Central Record, Thursday, Nov 22. 1917. The Central Record incorporated, $1.00 a year. ssued Weekly. G. Wheat Middlings, Itran, Mlxel Feed. Oats, Corn mid liny. Hudon, Hughes & Famuli. STItAYEI) to my farm on (Long llranch about July 1st, n brindle steer. J. Owner can have same by proving propR. L. KLKIN, Locol Editor and Mlr. erty and paing all charges. ROBINSON. Editor. Thomps Hill. the I'ott Offlco In I ticiter. Ky., Knitted a. Pecond CImi Mall Matter l 1. 0. 0. F. NOTICE. Member Kentucky Press Association nd Eighth District Publishers League. Lancaster, Ky., November 22, 1917 All the rembers of the 1 O. O. F lodge are requested to be present next Monday night. Hushes of importance to come before the lodge. Win. Cox, Secly. Rates For Political Announcements For Precinct and Citv UlUles ...$ 5.00 10.00 Por County Omces for State and District Offices.... 15.00 10 For Calls, per line 10 For Cards, per line For all publications in the interest of individuals or expression of individual views, per line THE DRAFT AGE. Obituaries, per line It has been suggested that the age limit for the draft be reduced from twenty-on- e to nineteen yenrs. In times past the theoty has been advanced that in giving a youth military training he ought to be taken when about nineteen. These are two separate propositions. 10 The desirable physical discipline, the 05 orderly habits, the feeling of .responsi bility which comes with peace-time Having decided to locate elsewhere, we will offer our property, the Simpson House, located on Richmond street, one block from public square at public auction, on 9m training is much different from the inand the rushing into SUPPER AT WHITE OAK tensive work-ou- t PIE the trenches which the young men of There will be a pie supper nt White the national army must have when they Oak School house, on the Stanford and go into the present wat. Lancaster Pike, Friday night. The proceeds are tor the benefit of thej WHY STOCKS TUMBLED. Y. M. C. A. nt Camp Tavlor. Every , should take a part and help the It is said that n visit to Wall Street one in the early part of last week was like Rood work along. a trip thru No Man's Land, minus the Each danger, tho just as depressing. NOTICE day prices have been forced down until There will be a pie social at the Hue-n- a they touched what would seem bottom Even steel and railroad stocks prices. Vista Consolidated School, Wednesday evening, November 2Sth. went down 3 to G prints in one day and bonds I to 2 points n day. Everybody is invited, especially the Any answer to the came of this panyoung Indies to come and bring a pit ana the young men to come with a full ic and almost closing the doors to this pocket book and have n good time. Stock Enchance is only a guess but tho James It. Abner, Prin. obvious reasons are, first, the demands of the Liberty Loan; second, the colat-terdemands of the war, the Red TWINS MONTH APART. chanties Cross, and the numerous From the vicinity ot Scotts Mills. which make such inroads and demands Oregon, comes a storv indicating that on ones purse; third, the vast needs for the days of miraculous events are yet new and quick industrial investments Harve C. Hartman, born to meet the munitions and supply dein evidence. and reared in that section of the coun- mand of the war; fourth, the uncertry noted for its verisimilitude, claims tainty of the immediate future. Jersey cow which to have a Lime, Cement. Salt, Urick for sale. . gave inrlli to a Jersey neuer can un( Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. On October 23, September 22 last. just one month and one day later, the Poor Babyl animal gave birth to a Hereford bull Little Minn, aged live, talking to baby health-tu- l calf. Both are living and in n brother In the cradle said: "Vou poor Mr. Hartman is as little thing, job hadn't got no mudder condition. proud of the cow as the animal is over only inumuin. und he works so hard.'' the belated twin. gilt-edg- M HE YIlumet BAKING POWDEH t'Urej y 'ne it m'c'' ' no" 9pry Wl ,T( diltcawaybjkc-di- jff?;; ITi,-- ! Saturday, December 1st. 1917 AT 1:30 OCLOCK SHARP JK GKl jHl You Mvcwhcmxu ley it. Ycj s. c km you use it Cslurr tcor.ulr.se h ho .... . Unusual Celebration. Hilly was M.x months old, and In honor of th" event hli father purchased n fine now high chair for htm. Little Sarah, who lled next door, was much exciteil mer the pew possession nnd brought her mother In to see It, saying: "Oh. mother, look nt the new high chair Itllly's father bought him for his half u birthday." This property is on a lot 67x200 feet; has ten rooms with electric light in each room; nice bath room; porches; has good cistern at porch door and one of the best gardens in town. This house is suitable for boarding or rooming house and is located so close to square makes it very convenient. Anyone desiring to see this property we will be glad to show them at any time. Terms madeknown on aay of sale. Mr . and Mrs. U. D. Simpson, lov-o- CAPT. AM. BOURNE, Auctioneer. Dally Thought. Fine Chinee for Axel. Neither let iiiiUmUi-- i nor wrnnc Itelng tlrm friend". Mnrle'x two r of which every man, In his tleelrteil that one mint end Mi. studies nnd elwwli. re. full Into liiai.y. courtship to help the other When illn'oiirnci jimi. There - prerlou In- Axel Miezi'M.'i! "head or tnlN ni struction to I.e got by muling we were roln was nt hnnd. Me agreed til the hearting t. toi llw nclu wrong. .jpc below llii. Let h man try fulthfiilly, man- lle if Snndy'K HKkif knife, but wan ' IT cut Unncr in) .cnl t. mitl 1. fit ful!) to lie ll) cl rlKlit: ie Hill crow daily III irvKir.M fur hi friend' word. a hi " tluno tit ol t ock ibe the linlfe Miut upward: "If the knlfo firm . tli lfln ruiiu nftonl to ulier-- uiore nnd more lonr niveeU-iMny up you win!" t..t - notice I ft "I t in, mnl x'l!f Iif Hilrln n Unkind Commtnt. 'tff The dentil leeeiitly took pine In Towel and Medicine Closet. milk cow. singer who Ireluml of ii For Sale Fresh A (Mud Idea fur u towel mid tneill-lnhnd II malve pliylipie. Thin win S. I). Cochran. e!wl nr etililnet In two bathof rather n dniwhntk In the room which a eiinimoti wall In to FOR SALE: One hundred and fifty Kt'iitlmental siii nlileli Hire lUlile the one ini' yHire Into ihlrdi hardly iippllrahle to hi firth One latemlly. The rlwl third form tTie buahelei of good seed rye. upper Walton Mos. nlliht. when In Dublin, he gae a un twi) sbiilloH iiiiMlleliie cloet. Imek to encore, the lrlli wins. buck, with a mirrored dour In eneh I am standing my State Champion, "I'm fitting by the Mile. Mary, where exbnthriHini. The other An lrreerent tend throiich the depth of tin" rliMt liod Iterkshire Hoar at $1. at tho en. we wit Mile by Mile." : "Ah, nnd U. M. llurgess. I'aint Uric, Ky. person In the imller) exelaltued lire iiumI fur IihuIh. liirli .of Miure, there wouldn't be room for the then divisions up.'tiH Intn one of Uie hog houses, three two of yez FOIl SALK Five bathroomi i Mill OF FARMER'S COLUMN Sale de- K- l ir I rltlit.--t'nrljl- e. ' ufll-kiiou- e CITY PROPERTY. AT TWO P. M. sows and pigs and one milk cow. Currey Robinson. w'" ceased, I will sell at public auction on As agent of the heirs of America Stone, coming two-yer- r FOIl SAI.E-O- no old mule, also one good brood mure that will work anywhere. J. A. Conn. Jr. For Sale IteKistered lied Herkshire boar; senior yeurliup;. W. II. Hoover. Nichoiaaviile, Ky. Saturday, Dec 1st, 1917 on the premises of the late John A. Stone, Maple i COIM WANTED! FOIl SALE Kinc seed wheat I have some for sale, Harvest J, II. Woods, MunBo, Ky. Flout in Backs 01 barrels. It lse;"r-nntee- d to please you or money back. Iludnon, Hughes & Farnau. avenue,, Lancaster, Ky., the following property: A lot of 100 feet front and 200 feet deep on which is a dwelling of six rooms pantry and hall, good garden and outbuildings. Adjoining this lot is a lot of 104 feet front and 200 deep, and on this lot is a stable and young orchard. Will offer the house end lot first, then the other lot, and then as a whole and the bid or bids realizing the most money will be accepted. Terms made known on day of sale. Strayed from my place last week, a black, bob tailed sow, wei'hine; about Kcwurd if returned to 00 pounds. M. Teater. Lancaster. Kv. Strayed cr Stolen; from my place 2 miles on Kiclr.tiond pike, a red steer. weight about 760 pounds. Iteward for hd und N. II. I'rice. information. Strayed from my placo about 10 dsya bl'o ii bav horse. 1(1 hands'luuh, scarred knees, and star in forehead; also u buy yearling colt with spot In forehead Any information will bo appreciated, V. F Urickey or Logan Scott, Iluena Vista, Ky. Voice of Envy. "Did I understand you to any that Mr. Ornbcoln has moru money than he knows what to tlo with?" "No. That Is merely tho point of view held by koiiip of Mr. Orubcoln's nelghbora who think they could enjoy life a great deal more than he does, If they only had his money." New Haven About December 1st., We will be in the market for your Corn. W. O. Rigney, Agent. At the same time and place, I will as administrator of John A. Stone, deceased, sell a lot of household goods, bureau, washstand, table, chest, wardrobe, heating stove, chairs, carpets, and some other things. Terms on these goods CASH. We are prepared to pay the Highest Market Price. See us before you sell. W. O. RIGNEY, Admr., John A. Stone. Walker, Lee & flicks. Gapt. A. M. Bourne, Auctioneer. Journal. The Central Record, Thursday, Nov 22, 1917. Pro Thanksgiving Reduction m teriaS Far - ON Your Hew ard Suit design of COATS, SUITS AND ORES! Don't put off getting that winter Coat, Suit or Dress any longer. If you haven't alreaay purchased your winter clothes its high time you did; Why not have them for Thanksgiving? We are showing styles and values that will open your purse if you see them. Hadent you better drop In right away TO-DA- There is a distinctive Individuality In every style, coloring ffl - OUR - it t ' Dress Fabrics, Silk and Wash Hoods The New Fall showing we now submit for your approval will both surprise and delight you for it is wonderfully complete at a time when the choicest fabrics are unusually hard to obtain. The THE ONE PRICE STORE. Joseph vn Mercantile Company. THE STORE THAT SATISFIES. ,.. . . 0.0. n w. $70. 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. Hir.U.'ll Hires iiHi Wagon Com Shelters Cheap. J. R. MOUNT & CO. The O Deal House. I S WE HAVE A NICE LINE OF Sweaters, Underwear, Hats, Caps Rain Coats, Boys Clothing, Men's Odd Coats and Pants. Hats. Ladies ii I Ready-To-We- ar We meet competition See our line mid Met our prices Your innle is very much appreciated. ii Sander's Variety LANCASTER. KY. Store. I Window SIZES CUT Glass TO ORDER. AND PUTTY. stormes mm mi 11,1 Mr and Mrs. Will Speith have reV turned a from a trip to Louixville hnng YOU'LL FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN. treats of relatives while in the city. Ma'ter George 1). and Walker Uoliin i ison have returned from Lxingtoi Rooms forKent. Call plume til. when- - Ihey had been opented oh for 1 Each stood the operation adnoid. ai.d A Brief Mention cl the Comlnei Goingi hy Thott Vt't Arc !ntr'itcd In. well in fact they reported a delightful Kor Sals: Extra good Jersey milk trip. They were accompanied by their cow. 11 V. H. .Mason. father, Mr. (leorge U. Robinson. Rooms for Kent. Suitable for house- Mr W. T. West is in Louisville thin We are clad to hear that our young Miss Fannie ilishop. week, on husincs. friend, llillic Swope is making good at keeping. Mr. V. II. I.Hckey, of Harlan, in Camp Taylor having been ptomoted from private to Sergeant-Majoof the FOR RENT: House with six rooms. here this week on business. lT.tli llattalion. 153th Depot Krigade Desire to rent same until April 15th. .Mr. Willie I!. West is exported home He in iilso showing his Lancaster High 11)18. Call on R. L. Elkin. from Asheville, N. C. this week. School foot hall training by having been made Captain of a foot ball team and ' FOR SALE: Cood familv mare- Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Stormes were in Binning first prize in a high jumping Perfectly gentle for childi en or ladies Lexington taut Tuesday for the day. contest and second in a running contest Robert ilurnside. Mrs. Edgar Trice and Mrs. Arch ROOMS FOR RENT; Suitable forWalker were visitors in Danville last OAKES-HIBBAlight rousekeeping. Mrs. Eliza Hill. Tuesday. The marriage of Miss Anna U. Ouk.es Mrs. Mary Coley, of Richmond is and Mr. Ernst C. Ilihbard. both of visiting Mrs. Zarelda Uulley this week this city, took place In Danville last FARif FOR RENT ion Hill Court. Thursday afternoon, the Rev. Green Tobocco, corn and grass land; Also Mrs. Elizabeth Joseph leaves Friday officiating. The bride is the eldest daughter of n good tenant wanted, M for Martinsville, lnd.. for a iojourn of E. C. McWhorter. Paint Lick. Mr. and .Mrs. Ren Oak en, and is a seerai weeks. young lady of charming personalty, and Mr. John Hrowning. ot Lebanon, has i.nauiifiil ,. u,l ,.:in FOR RENT. been the guest of Ins hiother. Mr. worthy The ernnm is the year 191S, house owned and for Ji Frank llrowiung. onlv son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank IlihFor merly on Hill bard of this is ')' Mis Liula Simpson of Marksbury, of exemplarycity, and anda isyoung man Court. occupied byJR. T. Embrydesired, Possession at once, if V) was the guest of Mr and Mrs U. II. habits, well and Ilright Herring. lavornuiy Known in llie town ami coun- - tf Simpson, Tuesday. fl! ty, and is a, very industrious young Mrs. R. Zmmu r went to Cincinnati man. AUTO FOR SALE. last Suhdn) , where she will visit rela They will reside on Hamilton Ave,, Having enlisted in the service of tlves for a few davs. at the cottago recently purchased by The Record joins with "Uncle Sam" 1 otTcr my Moline Roadttie groom. fl' Mrs Lucy Hind) and son. Roy, of the friends in wishing them happiness. ster for suK Call on Dr. II. J. Patrick Terre Haute, lnd., have been visiting Paint Lick, Ky. This car must be sold. her sister, Mrs John ll.iliard. W. L Carman. Asl: for price. Mrs- - F. (i. Hurt and non. Frazier, Jr FAR Miss Famu Dowden has returnul1 of Crab Orchard, are guests of Mrs. RENT Hurl's siMer. Mrs. It. II. llatsun. from a weeKs vWt to friends ,n Herea Nw e coMBRe wfth Bm Mr. Morris Todd has accepted n post-- electric lights, bum and large garden, .Mrs. Joe Francis was in Stanford in the Peoples on Hill St. Possession Jim. 1. 11)18. this week 'in business connected with itiou as Hank. See V. S. Emnr.v, or write me at 322 her millinery store at that place. IC. T. Embry. E. High St.. Lexington. Mr. James Todd has recently Miss Edith Moore entertained u numUULtf. an Oldsmobile from Haselilen of hei joung friends at her home ber tiros. on Dunville uveuue last Saturday. NOTICE. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Wilder, of Moore, Jr., was "at .Mr. Henry The best time to plant fruit nndshnde Keren, attended services at Walmetta home" to the Junior members of the Sunday. irees, iiiootuing aiiruus, rlmbaril, aspar- Christum Endeavor last Friday agu. grape vines, resea, peonies, per- Mr. Harry Francis Is spending "'lenninls, etc. is in the FALL. (Jet ourl fful weeks, in luiinrs it. MlKtiihsitini ntul large illustrated catalog of everything Mr. W. T. West made a business (;llorKjai for Orchard, Lawn and Garden. Finest trip to Cincinnati this week buying stock grown anywhere. Mi8S,'!, t'nl,,m anJ ru Estridge left more gods for his gents furnishing H. F. HILLENMEYER & SONS, Monday to enter the Normal School at 8(1)r,, Lexington, Kentucky. Richmond. Mr. and Mrs. W. R Cook attended the wedding anniversity of Mr. and' Mr. John Pennington and family were Mrs. (leorge Welsh, of Danville last visitors in the Ilriudle Ridge kection Saturday until Sunday. week. ' (Gossip About People vvv f L J CUT THIS OUT IT IS WORTH MONEY DON'T MISS THIS. Cut out this dip, enclose it with 5c and mail to Foley A Co..2St3 Sheffield Ave.. Chicago, III., writing your name and address clearly. You will receive in return atrial package containing Foley's Honey and Tar d, for bronchial and la grippe coughs, colds and croup; Foley Kidney Pills, for lame back, weak kidneys, rheumatism, bladder troubles; and Foley CalharticTab-lct- j, a wholesome and thoroughly cleansing cathartic for constipation, biliousness, headache and sluggish bowels. You will alto receive, free of charge, Foley's Family Almanac, containing "Alphabet for Children" and "Health Hints"; Foley's Dooklet on "Kidney Discatct" end a few simple suggestions for those having kidney and bladder troubles. You c;n cccurc all these for only Sc For sale by all dealers. i. I ' ,-' RD. ; BIG I CASH heln-mee- t. J SALE BEGINS SATURDAY 17. i We are offeriuij dtirinri this snle wontlerfuK values In trimmed and (iintrimmed, hats. It will pay you to take advantage of this tirent sacrific we are making. 1 book-keep- ' Remember cash only. No hats on approval at our marked down prices. RELLA ARNOLD THAT' HOOP need attention. It will be ruined before Spring. LET US SELL YOU Mrs. Eniina lligginbotnain is out! Mrs. Mary May of Enlield. Illinois,, ' again after im illness of several days ""tie Saturday to he the guest of hcr at the home of Dr. and Mrs. J. II. daughter, Mrs. Woods Walker. Kinnainl. Mr. ami Mrs. Carlos Hedrick mntoi-- ' over from Lexington for the week-- 1 Mrs. Ilelle C. Davis, of Sulphur j ,lr'-matWells, Inn been the guest of herschool- - e,ld with Mr- - "llJ Mr- - (;".v There will be a Union Tliaiiksgiving friend, Mrs. Helle Crutchlield on .ervice ut Old Paint Lick church on Richmond avenue. 'l't..ksgiving morning at 10OU o'clock. Mr Smith l'owell. Sr.. ami Mr Smith e Mr- WoihIs were hosts Powell, Jr.. and family, of llustonville. were the guesta of Mr and Mrs U I). 111 a Wtrl'" shower on Saturday even- ing for Mr. and Mrs. Harry McWhorSimpson, Sunday. I Mrs.-Ric- ARMY Plumbing HEATING, GUTTERING, ROOFING, ROOF RE- Mules WANTED Five to nine years old. ter. Miss Margaret Cook who is attending Mlstes Alma and Mary Lear were in K, C. W. at Danville spent lust Saturday andSuuday with her parents. Mr. Richmond Thursday night lor ttie Masquerade skati.ig party given ut the and Mrs. W. R. Cook. THE PAINT CHEAP. MoRobertsDrugSiore J. A. Anion. Tuesday Nov. -- 7th. Misses Maud, Minnie Hnd Virginia Messrs. James and Roger Rucker. of Conn have returned from u pleasant Lexington and Misses Maud and MinMrs. I. C. nie Conn, of Lancaster, were guesta of visit to their grand-motheItucker of Paint Lick. Mrs. I. C. Rucker on Sunday, Mr, and Mrs. James I, Hamilton and Mr, and Mrs. J. I). Wynii, Mr. snd Mrs. Emma Daniels, motored to Stan- Mrs. A. II. Wynn, Mrs. Thompson and ford for the day last Monday and were Miss Fannie Dowden were shopping in Richmond Saturday., the guests of Mrs. Frank Phillips. Mrs. I rink. Mrs. Hattie II. RoyseHiid (laughter, Instead of the regular Monday afterMiss Ruth, of Decatur, III,, ure noon meeting the Red trots will have pleusant guests this week of Dr. and mi all days sewing Ledford'a Hall on in PAIRING, Ventilating and all kinds of Tin Work. Your business will s Weight 1000 to 1200 pounds. W. B. BURTON LANCASTER, KY. appreciated. PI WILLIAMS The Central Record. Thursday. Nov 22 !9I7. NEW CITY PROPERTY AT I I would turn the property over to the soldiers who would further loot it of what was left. After it was stripped) of all that was worth considering they , would place dynamite in the centre ot the building and complete the work of, destruction. The more vnluable the property the more attention was n to its utter destruction. Now the Red I Cross seeks to restore some of these villages and bring back to their native regions the original inhabitants if alive , and can be found Mrny Americans are devoting their time nnd meant to i this wotk of humanity Fortner I'renideiit Tuft has been' speakipg in trie interest of the Y. M. I C. A. ar i und He u.ge all to be j ve.,ge loyal tn .'resident Wilson und the crime of the sinkim? of the I.imtn- nia which wns the same in principle n the Huns invading American roil and j murdering our women and children, n 111 . j I Having sold my farm and mOVing 1X0111 tllC Nina lOCalltV I Iwill on I explorers Simply Groped. It uod to lio tnld of the early el- plnrers of the .Mflslpp that, nfter entering the I'ellii. they never knew how they got Inside, und that, after fiimiliip tlirnll"!i tl In the etllf. thev never knew limv they pit niltslde. It wn many )enr before the nmlgntors .. ,1,1.1 .i IIAlli llMI III lllllll.l I. l.llllil them tn steer III mi) thing like straight coiire. I . f Saturday, December 1st. at 1:30 1917, o'clock, sell at public auc- I have decided to sell at public auction, Practice Economy. TIiomiih' Htiindanl, "lint enough final ' and tm more." rlcldly followed, would reduce greatly fond 'illls In many homes und nt the smile time tend to Improve ttie phydnit rniu.ltloli of ull tiiomberx of the hoyeluilil. tion my Household and Kitchen Furniture, some Farming Imple- ments, Harness and other things too numerous to mention. Terms made known on day of sale. SATURDAY, NOV. 24th, 1917 at 2:30 o'clock, the HANDSOME NEW RESIDENCE recently built on Richmond street. This house is built of the very best material 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 gladly show same. Terms of sale will be easy and made known on that day. te Mrs. Dora Wheeler, Mothers Thank Us fromcoMj are help lzji thern to healthy v igorous wuroanhexxi. of mot hen hare written let Thousands ten of ihanki , telling what Route No. 1. LANCASTER, KY Kccprourrowinirli free nr. J weakening coughs and ) ou W. J, Romans WAR NEWS OF THE WEEK Little Things That Count. Instruments o( Precision. The iiiinlilne of life Is ninile up f Aeeurnoy Is one nf the mml tieces nry iilliillllaitlnns nf the preiii1-du'Jint nre lirlcht all mtv little Honey and Tar To tflve up Knmetlilni;. when lnii.nes clrl nr s It would nppeur tiai done for their daughters In ridding the time. fnnii the fnllnulni: rin.riitloii them of coughs that "hung on anj clvlnc lip 'lll prevent iinhnpplnes III rlmfe the other day In the park: "So weakened them Just at the ne when Ihe to yield, when penMInc In en n little iirmillil I iilisweriil the plume nnd he wild, 'Is young girls required all the physical mid fret other strength thev could command. rather I tin n (nine ngnlnst iiiuither; tn Jlr X- there V nnd I mid, 'Ve. dn Foley's Honey and Tar is noted for its Hike mi Ill liMik or n mm word unlet-l- )oll wnnt tn kee lillnV nnd then what quick etTect on coughs, colds and emu;. do you think he uld? lie Mild. 'My ra'her than reent or return It Mr. Ads Ssndera. Coltemown. Ten ways n whlrli limd denr clrl, lliee are the V Is not n telernK-- . this Foley's Hooey 11J Tr writes our txiC and only couth rrntrdy. Il never UiU nnd Mentis nre kept nfT ntnl n plen'not l n teleplivne.' " Mnncheter to cwa our twtf jtitU ibca ibey Live cvlJ. nnd sternly sunshine secureil. Foley's mer-lu'iir- : STORM KS I) It 10 STORK. Diaw A Check for the money you ove and note how much more res- pectfully your creditors re They like to do businass with a man who has an account at the gard you. Garrard Bank & Trust Co. They know he is doinc business in a business like way. Uetter open such an account even if your alTairs are not large. They urow nil riKht. The Indians, whose situation is grave, have made a stand along the I'aive Kiver and in spite of the masi.es of forces hurled agninst them the line has not been broken. News comes that thev hemmed in 1000 Huns and took them prisoners. General Booth appeals to the Ameri can balvation Army to give aid to the Italian refugees who are pouring Into Milan, Genoa, and Rome from the stricken war regions. Disouraging news comes trom Russia where the Revolutionist paitv has put to rout Kerensky and his army who have been loyal to the cause of the Austro-Uerman nil sell one pair of work mules; 1 OF Tih Garrard Bank ssn: & Trust Company u P RED DC DC DC Allies. The Swis jieople regard the rumor that thev had been asked by the Allies to break their neutrality as only a German pretext to seize upon their rail-roa- d in the moving of.troops thru their territory to Italy. The ollicial department nt that country states that there is no foundation whatever to the rumor that they have received any such re- Personal Property OF T. M. ARNOLD, Sr., DECEASED. As administrator, of T. M. Arnold, Sr., deceased, I will ,at his late residence 2i miles from Lancaster, Ky, on the Lexington pike on BLOOD AMERICANISM quest. In this great world wide struggle the eyes oi me, woriu are turned upon America, that is expected, from now on, to play the leading role. Germany is now Binging her hate song to America und turning and intensifying her fire upon them while the Allies take renewed courage and hope sir.ce America's soldiers are upon French soil und fighting with them side by aid- -, und in the forefront trenches, they ure taking their stand for the democracy of the world. Il i believed that Gen. Haig is planning u gieVt drive along the Flanders front luwiiid the town of Routers, an important railway line serving the German front from the North Sea IS COMING TO THE FRONT m Kilfii' now tins Country is calling Tnr men of ittout hearts anil sound bodies. It needs them to keep Old (ilorv triumphant and unsullbd in the air. The exigency now confronting us emphasizes, us nothing else rould do, the iinporturce of good heulth, both as an individual and nutioiikl Hsset. ol'.ic- -, It gives point to the suggestion, often emanating fro n this that everybcdy should guard their health as u pricele-o- s. When you tind your sell running down und not exactly Koxii'ii k?yed up tu the lighting pitch, as is tliu case with everybody at times Vou ought to come to Nature's relief and take a course of COM-CEL-SA- R Tuesday, Nov 27th, 1917 1 saddle horse, six years old; 1 stallion, five years e wagon good family mare; 3 good milk cows; 24 head of sheep; J cutting harrow; 1 buggy; 1 cultivator; 1 hay rake; 1 turning plow; 1 set of wag-o- n harness; about 100 bales of hay and other things too numerous to mention. Also ten shares of stock in the Citizens National Bank of Lancaster, Ky. Terms made known on day of sale. Sale begins at 9 o'clock. Legally guurantted to satisfy you, or ineney bark If you'll do that, you will not experience the discomfiture of being sent back homi for lack of red blood when you apswer ihe call of the colors. sells at One Dollar tor threes boxes, legally guaranteed for (the stomach, liver, kidney's, bowels, bladder, blood and indigestion and headaches, rheumatism and nervousness, SCIKNCK SOI'E is best for HUMAN SKIN, only 10c a bar. 3 bars 25c. Try our COWBOY LINIMENT, for all I'ains, bruises, burns, etc. 25c and GO? bottles. southward. The British ttpops in I'alestine are giving the Turks no rest and it is stated instead of standing and oiTering battle the Turks ure steadily retiring northward. It is interesting to read of the work of reconstruction that is being already accomplished by the American Red Cross now at work in Belgium and France. This work of destruction tint was so systematically planned and carried into operation by the Germans when they would evacuate a town, was complete and ure. The ollicers of the army would first astemble the people together then go into their homes and dihedrals and take trom it whatever of especial value Vfcey saw then they old; two-hors- ASHBY ARNOLD, Adirir. con-taining STORMES DRUG STORE, Dakoto 3729-31 Jack-White-Mo- on Lancaster, Ky. Remedy Co. DC West Broadway. LOUISVILLE. KY. DC DC DC Also at same time and place will sell at public auction a tract of land 59i acres known as the Susan Lear place and owned by Ashby Arnold. Any one desiring to see same will be shown by calling at my residence. The Central Record, Thursday, Nov 22, 1917. S I I SELL YOUR TOBACCO WITH - TELEPHONE 97. MADISON TOBACCO INCORPORATED FHSE CO. LARGEST FLOOR SPACE & 3rd Street, L. LOOSE LEAF TOBACCO MARKET & A. Depot, Richmond, Kentucky. THE PI0NEER i i 0 i We have buyers from American Tobacco Co!, R. J. Reynolds & Co., Liggett & Meyers, J. P. Taylor Co., W. L. Petty, A. L. Zeigler Company, in fact 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. ! 2 5 ' 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 FREE STALLS T. J. CURTIS, VICE-PRESIDEN- T. w I t ft 3 I SPLENDID LIGHT A E. C. MILLION, PRESIDENT. FIRE INSURANCE W. C. BENNETT. SECRETARY-TREAS. SQUARE DEAL TO ALL. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. I Famous Family of Preachers. j Old Form of Investment, Itev. Lynum liiti'lior. Mimetlmes reThe uldeM ItneMment the world i ferral n as "founder uf the Iteecher knows I. tin' renl rotate innrlsiiKf. fnmlly," hud seven son who were Twenty-on- e hundred yenrs before l Wti kil In (nIniMliir-Bttlpreneherv lli''nnliie with t lt oldest, Chrlut, In unri-n- t Inllon. -money was DOURBON POULTRY RCMCOY A I hey m rri : William Henry Iteecher, lnuliitl nil nmrlBiige. TIiom- morlKiiKi'S l frwtrttilnlhdrliiklhf wttrr horn In 1MCJ. IMwniil Iteeeher. bora won- - records! n bricks nml prcvned i I Ibrtu Uf t rr fti irnla j In 1MKI; Ceiirgc I'.eeeher, Ixirii'ln IMKt; olhrr rp, rkl.imp b hrl H'lllt ftr Jnrs Hint were In great ntlln'iiwnr sunk In tlx earth. They were dus "P .m. Henry Wnnl Iteeeher. born In 1813; Charles Ileeeher. Imrn In ISIS; Thomlinil repoed there :i,'Hl nfliT tlu-as IC. Itoerher. horn In 1821, and years, mute olilenci- - f this limit mi w Lgiiiui itust cc. tuii-iJunies C. lleeclier. Imm In IKS. rlt-ii- t form of Investment. , M..Wllll.'IITQ liv I) 'tv.ii-u...- u Vl, 111 ifc Hens Lay r Tins fifty year old remedy caws Sore affections; Throats and llronchial .mil frtvp flllirk rrlirf. ..k.M gSM ly all ilruRRists H AMAZINGLY iere nroa! W s lOt) f filing m JOr COUGHS 8LOldS KecpTourSlomachinJLiTer Healthy SAPP-SLATO- M FURNITURE CO Succenors to i I working if you Life Tills. will use Dr. King's New jiaye a Tliey correct Constipation tonic effect on the aystcm eliminate poisons through the Bowels. 25c Liverand regular acting Bowels, A vigorous Stomach, .week-en- d Ituth Kay, Saturday. with Mrs. Noel's father, Mr. Mr. Ilicc Teater and Miss Myrtle Wm Ray, near Lancaster. Teater of Ilcrea Collece were quests of Mrs. Lucas Foster entertained tho Mr. and Mrs. Allen Teater. following guests Thursday; Aden Teater, Amelia Jane Bog- Messrs Jesse and Willie Calico who have been employed at Middletown O, te. and John and Wilbert Dailev. are here to strip their tobacco. Mr. John Ilurton who died at his Mr. Louis McCullev and family, Mr. home a Kdenton Tuesday, and Mrs. j ami Mrs. Flunk Land and Mm Inez Jane May who died at her home near Land motored to Lexington, Saturday. here the name day were buried at the old Ilurton cemetery here at the same Misses ileulah May and Jessie II Khv time Thursday afternoon. ..... mr i,. .. .1. f!, n.:i,.( wun wrre querns Mist 101a inutile Lucile, the little duughtcr of Mr. Mrs- - l0,M"rt Whitter. Monday i.iKht. ur.d Mrs. John Humphrey, died Monday MyrMisses Ileulah Sebastian, Jessie morning from the effects of burns retle Isabel, Inez Land, and Ilernice ceived several weekB ago. The beTenter were guests of Miss Allene reaved ones have our sympathy in Sunday. their sad hours, liurial took place in Mr and Mrs. Kay Noel and little the M. K. Church-yarhere Tuesday daughter, Mary Knlherihe, spent the morning. Mes-damj I ' . d A. F. Wheeler Furniture Co., Danville, Ky. - GUNNS CHAPEL. Mrs. Julia Davis of Kdenton relatives here. Mr. Anderson Hall visited his Mr (!eorge Hall. visited I thnt We wish to nimouun' to the people of mid (.iirrnnl county tlmt we have Uini-iiste-r A- F. piirclmscil the furniture business of the wish to stnte Wheeler Furniture Co. We also our business will be conilueleil in the LOUISVILLE ATTRACTIVE SERVICE Atyrj uncle, TAKE the direct line to Kentucky's Metropolis from all points east or west. Wheeler ComMime milliner as was by the will prevail, as pany nun the same low prices our goods will all be bought through the Wheeler chain of stores, enabling us to obtain them at the very lowest prices possible. . Mr. L. H Sapp. who is a member of the firm and who has been associated for a number of years with the main house of the Wheeler chain of stores at Lexington. Kentucky, will be In chnrge as general manager. We are showing quite n number of beautiful Mahogany nutl Golden Oak Dressers in dull finish, like cut, with HOx lO French Plate Mirrors. We bought these Dressers in car load lots and are in n position to oiler these nt n very low price; n saving of at least 25 per ' II. Fain, Thursday night. . Mr. J. It. Itav was a guest of Mr. V. and Two Through Trains Daily witli morning and evening arrival, whichever is preferred. '.Mrs. James Mrs. Nancy Shearer visited Mr. Locker, recently. ' Weldon, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs ' Irvine Simpson has been ill with croup. CONVENIENT SCHEDULES lor ticiila and full inforniition apply to your local t agent or write i Mr. Frank Land killed u large hawk measuring I feet 1 inches fioin tip to H. C. KING, Division Passenger Agt., Lexington, Ky. tip. Mr. und Mrs. Frni.U Lanil wereguets of Mr. und Mrs. Louis McCulley, Mr. und Mrs. Lucas Foster and children visited Mrs. Foster's parents at Ilrodhead. Mrs. Minnie McCulley and children were guests of Mr, Loie Noel and family, Sunday, Mr, Elzu Davis Is ill at the home of his father, Mr. Fremon Davis, with pneumonia. Mr. and Mrs. Hob Davis of Jessamine spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Charlie (Jrow, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Dailey visited Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Walton f.t Marksbury, Saturday and Sunday, Miss Lucy Worthington has returned to Danville to resume her studies In the I) and D Institute. Mr. Mik, Itay and Mrs. Cordelia Davis were in Lexington to see MIsi Southern Rai Iway System What About Speculation An experienced stock broker, after retiring from business, made this significant remark: "I have never known a business man to speculate two years successfully," The jail of many a man may be traced to speculation. His unsafe for any man with a limited of inonoy to risk It in speculation. The Hank is the best and safest place for surplus money. r cent. All gods delivered. Sapp-Slatc- m. Danville's Largest Furniture and Rug Store. Furniture Co. Danville, - L. B. SAPP, Manager. Kentucky. Citizens National Bank LANCASTER OF KY. President. J. J. WALKER, Vice Prest. W. O. I'.ignkv, Ass't Cash'r Joe J. Walker, Jr., W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. Id. F. HUDSON. r. ON ROLL OF HONOR. The Central Record, Thursday. Nov 22 1917. Fh.e Hub SHIN BROS Danville, Ky. Central Zentucky's Most Progressive Store. .Hlfell AHm n Suits, Coats and Dresses 8EQINS THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 22nd. Every garment of this stupendous purchase are nqW.'onour racks and are included in this sale, among which, are hundreds of the latest Paris and New York styles Women's and Misses' Tailored and Fur Trimmed SUITS, Luxurious Cloth and PLUSH COATS, Hand-som- e Serge Cloth and Satin, street and aftere noon DRESSES, Silk and Geor gette WAISTS, FURS, MILLINERY, Separate SKIRTS and Children's COATS. Crepe-de-Chin- Carrying out our usual custom of! holding a reduction sale right in the heart of the season, this sale i most extraordinary for the reason that our buynr, Mr Harry D. Pushin, having just returned from the New York Markets', where he has purchased from several leading manufacturers more than a thousand of the newest Women's and Misses' Garments for less than manufacturing cost. Among them are a great number of very s model and sample garments, exclusive styles, just one of a kh.d that will be offered in this sale for less than half price. We urge you to take advantage of this sale early, as all lines of merchandise are advancing in price daily and this is your best opportunity to obtain real values this year. Our stock embraces sizes to fit all types and figures, from the small miss up to the large extra size models. high-clas- i sale of more than three hundred newest model Women and s, Misses Suits of Chiffon, Broadcloths, Wool Velours, Oxfords, Gabardine, 'Poplin and Serges in the season's most wanted Plum, Reindeer, Green shades of Taupes, Brown, Navy, Beet-Roo- t, and Black. Plain Tailored, Button, Velvet, and Luxurious Fur , Trimming. A Bur-ella- More than five hundred wonderful warm winter Coats for Women and Misses, of Wool Velours, Silk Plushes, Vicunas, Kerseys, Bolivas and Dark Rich Mixtures, with large Broadcloths, fur and Keram' Collars and Fur Trimmings, all greatly reduced for Pon-Pon- s, th(s sale. N9.50 and 55.00 high clan model Dints reduced to . $35.00 re- $33 HQ and $30 00 Suits reduced to $25.00 Suits duced to re- $19.50 $14.50 . $65. and $73, Model Suits reduced to... $39.50 $25.00 450Qnnd (40.00 Coats reduced to. $29.50 $25.00 Coat duced to $2(l."'0 $16.50 $12.50 $ 9.75 539.50 hij!h class Suits reduced to. 35 00 Tine Coats reduced to .. $25.00 $19.75 Coats re- duced (o $15 00 Coats re- $45.00 and S50.00 wonderful fur trimmed Suits, reduced to 4 $29.50 $30.00 Coats duced to re- duced lo i , Serge and Sill Dresses Ffaduc?d Our entire stock of Womenis and Misses Tailored and Trimmed Serge Dresses, Satin and Taffeta and Georgette Trimmed afternoon arid More than 200 Girl's and Children's Conts In the newest styles colorings from ages 2 to 17 years, greatly reduced for this sale. Dresses greatly reduced. $15 00 pure wool French Surtfe and the newest Furs. Special prices during this sale on Furs, Fur Sets, Separate Muffs and Neck Pieces, in the seasons newest'skins and styles. style Dresses reduced $ A H.j UiUU "" ! p Up to $20.00 high cluss tailored and embroidered sertfe and silk dresses reduced to 4 A C( U P' VlillinervJ Newest Mld-Wlnter $25 00 very fine sertJe and silk Dresses reduced to $30.00. $33.50 and $30.50 very finest -- cip; nn CI Q Cfl ) I U. JU tJj&U.UU Millinery Reduced for,thls sale. to UJ ufternoor satin dresses reduced to 4 I "J II Tft C9K DO $1.00 trimmed and tailored velvet and plush Hats, reduced ailU Waists Reduced. I I I I More than two hundred Women's pure Silk Taffeta and Satin Stripe and Plaid Tailored Waists, Light and Dark Colored waists, plain tailored and embroidered, sold up to $5.00 reduced to $2.98 Crepe-de-Chenc Up to Stf.OO trimmed Hats reduced to $2.98 $3.75 $5.00 fU.uU Jm.uU O Cfl dTF CO $0.50 and $7.50 Hats reduced to Up to $10.00 high cluss Huts reduced to Our finest pattern Huts, fur trimmed, (old lace Huts, etc., 7.50 and $9.50 fine waists, reduced to. . . . e and colored satin stripe Wuists reduced $0.50 very fine crepe-Je-cheu- $4.75 $5.95 ' reduced to & to ju.uo (if) Our entire stock of Millinery, Trimmed and Pattern Hats, are included.