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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): November 28, 1917 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1917 cen1917112801_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 28, 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., WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON. NOVEMBER 28, 1917. Ml THANKSGIVING DINNER. COAL FAMINE AVERTED. Anyone wanting a good Thanksgiving Lancaster ns well as all the surrounddinner and supper, call at Charley ing country has almost been In the Ilaierleins, There will lw plenty of throes of a coal famine. Never begood turkey. fore in the history of the community has there been such n scarcity of fuel and so great a demand for it anil hut VESPER SERVICES for the wise discretion of the dealers In At the Womans Cluh nt :)::!( Thurs apportioning nut the supply there would day nflerncon n Vesper Service of Song have Ii..mii Kreal suffering. They tel' us now that the mines will be able to nnil Prayer for the mothers of our supply what is needed though of course All women invited. soldiers. everjnne is asked to conserve In this as well as in the food line. NUMBER 35. Our line of stoves Id complete, consisting of Stoves the EirlFIBN Majestic Range, Cast Ranges, Hot Blast Heaters, Cannon and Great Mt-rSMv- er ii VTHI5 IS WHATThT IMSInF FOR SALE Dandy business house right on pub lic suunre, rents for tl.W.OO. Price $1,500.00. Ask about it quickly. D. A. Thomas Heal Kstate Agency, ESCAPED PRISONER CAPTURED. lien Mrhcrly who escaped from jail last Thursday evening by removing the brick from beneath th wlrdow, was captures.' by A. U. Riddle in Rockcastle county last Sunday and returned to Jailer Itoss tho same evening. Mr. Riddle will receive the reward of $.'i0. offered by the slate for the capture of Moberly, if he is convicted or horse stealing, with which he is charged. sm Get that can In 'I ! VTHtRMOHnERiSAYSF Laundry Stoves. line of Pipe, Elbows, Dampers,etc We manufacture our pipe and can make any A complete $60 A HUNDRED POUNDS. desired shape. Conn i Brothers. irir Probably the highest crop of tobacco ever sold in thr county was the entire crop of Mr. J. II. Posey, which he sold last week to Mr. Mit Ross, of Paint I.ick, for Of) cents a pound. The land on which this tobacco was grown was recently purchased by A. D. and Walker Hradshaw nnd It Is said to bo one of the best tobacco farms in the county FINE BOY. There isn't an icy blast from the great Northwest cool down a Caloric heated house below the comfort pointl 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 outhcats 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 VOGElS MINSTREL HERE NIGHT. LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. it iJi NICE LINE ii ir s NEXT MONDAY WE HAVE A OF I fii Sweaters, Underwear, Hats, Caps Rain Coats, Boys Clothing, Men's Odd Coats and Pants. Hats. . Ladies Ready-To-ear Mr. HuL'hes Aldridge, who now lives at Paris Crossing, Iml . announces the arrival of hii pound boy that has been christened John Hughes says that he is the jrnudest daddy what is. His card also shows the picture of one of his fine Hampshire hogs and the way he seems to be admiring it. we believe he is al most as proul of the hog as he is of his boy baby. A card from THANKSGIVING In accordance SERVICES. The announcement that Vogel's famous minstrels will appear at the Lan caster Opera House next Monday night brings gladness to the hearts of every ono in the community for when he was here about a year ago the people were delighted with his entertainment. This show next Monday night promises to surpass anything and we predict n crowded house Knguge your reserve seat early for the standing room only" sign will be up before the show has fairly started. The Original Patented Pipeless Furnace is a wonderful and economic heater: but the best evidence you can get is to install one yourself and experience its comfort in your own home. The Caloric can be installed in an old house as well as a new. It heats through ono register directly up from the cellar into the house, where the warm air WARM AIR RETURN circulates to the farthest corner. 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 furnace 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 AjuL I I (!) Sec our lim nml tfs't "tir prices. We mrct cnnipctiiinti Vniir triulc is very much .Ipprccintnl. i:i Sander's Variety Store. THAT CHEAP. HOOF need attention. It will be ruined before Spring. LET US SELL YOU THE PAINT The Garrard Countv Agriculture Fair which is to be the lirst ever held in the county, will take place at the Rex Theater building next Saturday. Liberal premiums have been offered and all exhibits arc to be turned over to the A. M. local Red Cross chapter after the sho-- v and are to be sold and the monev used HEMP SEED DELIVERED by this worthy organization. This ought o appeal to every one of the Thursday Messrs Jesse Kelley nnd 9M members of the chapter and instill W. D, Sanders, of Paint Lick, brought In their hearts that it is every memtwo wagon loads or two hundred .iiul bers duty to bring and exhibit to this fifty bushels of hemp seed to Richmond fair. This will not only help boost the which they had sold to Suulley Hughes, Red Cross, but it will help boost vour of the Arm ot Hudson. Hughes & Far county, your farm, and your uh'.lily to nau, of Lancaster. The price they just a little better product than realized for the seed was only $5.60 per raise your neighbor. Hring In your exhibits bushel, as they had engaged it way Friday and lend your presence to the back before the price went up. Hemp fair the following day. seed is now selling around $7.50 to $8.00 Mr Hughes came from Lancaster, accompanied by J. A. Ileazley. Rich- CIRCUIT COURT IN SESSION. mond Register. Circuit Court convened Monday morning with Judge Charles A. Hardin on ACQUITTED. HUBBARD the bench. The high sheiiff, G. T. Uallard, Jr., The jury summoned from Garrard culling the house to order and the usual county, in the case of the Common- with the usual custom. Thanksgiving in Lancaster will be marked by union services nt the Presbyterian church, in which the .people of nil denominations are expected to unite in giving praise and thanks to the (liver of exerygood and perfectgift. The nervices will be conducted by ll-- v. F. D. Palme ter, of the Methodist church, beginning rromptly at 1O.S0 Him one-thir- TO THE MEMBERS Of The Local Red Cross Chapltr. adequate return. Install a Caloric and. be happy I Come in and see it. HaselrienBros . n....,.. . .. Thjnkof If.itrPof- -. ... mm sr Uat Is sold under a. "Less! Caursnteo Horn!." How TOP NOU lean yoa aSord to ulo chances asabit hox cholera iwhra yon c:n cet Cils remedy on tuch (ermi? Un086Ia rjorj liemaay saaaBssasaaaaaj I ll4oMSa.workfaK.rla. J.JL. . . 7. Aiiitiurassuti, iirsejsnT. Il--to- n. Kv. miT"! ii mi A LsgaSsfy t... fflAKflBSYEED CURE uoicra McRober&s Drua Store m M. S. Hatfield, I Nations hae demanded that motherhood seal the red wounds of our youth Kv with kisies Dear patient, tender pound feeding FOIt SAI.K: heroines of the silent places, waiting flood ones. J. K. RoUinson. for our soldiers to come back for the cattle The Uaptist Ladies AiJ Society will mother ministration, our hearts are have h lluzaur uml KxcIihiikh Decem- wilh joti in your courageous vigil. St. ber 8th Itev. Horace Kingsbury of Louisville, Kent for January, February unci State Sup't of Christian Ilible Schools, For Mnrcli, 1'JIS. tlx room cottage with all will preach the C. W. II. M. sermon at Call at this office. convenience. the Lancaster Christian church, Sunday morning at 11 a. in.. Dec. 1!. Mr. In iiriler to further carry mil the Kingsbury will also hold u County llib- pluu of conserving garden products, it lu School Conference Sunday afternoon ii tnu duty of all gerdeners In store at 2,30, at Ihu Christian church, to remaining fruits of the tvason'a which nil ollieers. teachers and workany labor. ers in Christian Ilible Schools in (Jar- Mrs Tinder Suiiduy School Class will raid county are urged to attend. hive iu exchange at Huteldcn Pros., tort', Saturday, December 1st. Kvery SUGAR EATERS. tliinjj good tu vat. HcnelU of Home Missions. Wu are now annually consuming more eight) six pounds cf sugar u head, COURT DAY NEWS. Mini Mary Sweeney, ileun of the than more than ISO pounds for every family Home Economic Departmrnt of State in tho United States, or more than u Nut n very largo crowd attended University will address the Womuns K,und it day the whole year through, court hero lust Monday and whilst u Club ond women of the, couimunily at In this wu are surpassed only (by Kng-- ( number of mules were offered, only a the Womuns Club Uooin, Wednesday few sales were made but some plain o'clock. land uml Denmark. December 6th Bt horses changed hands ut prices ranging cordially Invited. All art) from $125 to $175. Kd llourno sold a A DAY EARLY. Hoover says doe hava been consider, team to Will Look for $125 und bought ed the friend of man and yet they ore In order that our entiro office force u voung team of Center Druthers for tearing tho clothe olT of his back, may enjoy the privileges of Thanks- $370. Mike Rogers sold a nice team of fanners fear to raise sheep on giving, wu arw going tu press one day mules to .Monte Fox for $150. Wils account of dogs. Five thousand far- earlier, but on account of Thursday be- Rogers sold one mulo to John Ruble mers were recently asked why they had ing a holiday, those living on the rural for $137.50 and u nice horse to Clay ceased to raise sheep, all but eighteen routes, will not get 'heir paper until Cloemen for $145, a horse he had just bought of Jim (Juynn for $125. gave as their reason "the fearof does" Friday as usual. Mr. Rogers also bought a nice mare of Mr. With a wool and food famine staring us In the face, how can a person con- Old Newspapers for sale Green Morgan for $200 that looked like Map ihAmaolve natrtntte. whn nwn a bargain. Very few cattle on the Donti.t. Lancaster. 7 lien-jami- u two-thirtia wealth ngtinst ltev. Hubbard, formalities observed. Pat Sutton and charged with the killing of Smith Price McGrath were sworn in as dellaughman last September, brought in puties tu wait upon tho court. The grand jury huving been impanelu verdict last Friday nightof justiciable ed. Judge Hardin gave his usual strong homicide. The verdict was a surprise to many, charge, impressing upon the minds of for at the time of the killing, feeling the jurors, the importance of the oath was so high that Hubbard hud to be they had taken, the sacrcdness of the spirited out ot Stanford nnd taken to Court and the honesty und fairness which should characterize the acts of U'.xingtou for safe keeping. Judge L. L. Walker of this city, was every juror. He emphasized the fact the council in chief for tho defendant. that prs'judice. partiality and personal feelings should be entirely eliminated in the (hiding of an indictment, und the WINS COMMISSION. jurors, above all men, should be of high moral standing und uuimiachable Carl II. Acton, son of Dr. J. M. Acton of this city, who has been in the character. The following juries were impaneled. Ollicers Training Camp, ut Fort GRAND JURY. Harrison for the past three W. M. Marian months has won his commission us a R. L. Rose, Foreman. Victor Sanders, Second Lieutenant. I. W. Sanders, Whilst his friends here never doubted L. K. Ford. S. S. Long, . Milton Ward. nnt wiial lie would win out, tliev are Frank llourne, W T. Holtzcluw, ' ready to congratulate him upon his suc- W. M. llogie, cess, when he returns home tomorrow. S. 1). Dooliu. T. T. Pollard. , Ileing under the druft age, the. honor j PETIT JURY -- W. T. Dooiin. Tom is even more significant und shows a Ruv, A. M. Uuurr.e, Kemi) Walker, T. patriotic spiut in this splendid soung 1.. Yuntis, Kel'ev Hogg, Ancil Mcad-- j couut.Miian. ows, A. F. Sanders, Forest Curtis, 1). Hummack, Woods ' Walker. M. D. Long, R. I, llurton. Lewis Murphy. N. K. llogie, J. H. , wiarK, svebiey tnompson, uouert alien. ' rer, J. II. Luwsou, S. W. Moss,- - J, D, ' . ', Rich. Kd rerklns. S. T. Hoover. The following cases were disposed of II before golrg to press: Common .voullli'l vs, Wade Kuvauuugh: U, S. L. fined I $00 and costs. Same ugainsl George Ilroadus churg-- , ed with criminal libel, continued until S. Lancaster Opera House. Monday, Dec 3rd. JOHN W. YOGELS ALU NEW BIG ALL WHITE MINSTRELS 40 COMPANY OF WELL KNOWN FOOTLIGHT FAVORITES. FEATURING THOSE STARS 40 Swok, W. 1). TOMMY DONNELLY and NICK GLYNN. Positively The Best Minstrels Traveling The Pick of Americas Most Noted Fun Makers GEORGEOUS COSTUMES GREATEST I OF SWEETEST OF SINGERS DANCERS. Concert Band and Orchestra. STREET PARADE AT NOON. dogs. at this office. fifth day of term. Same against Huston Tarrunce, for malicious shooting, continued until next term ot court. Same against Ray Osborne, charged with U. S. L. jury gave him a tine of $00 ond costs. Court adjourned Tuesday until Friday morning. Prices 35c, 50c, 75c, $1.00 saw- - Seats on sale at McRoberts. We l'av War Tax On All Tirkets Purchased For This Date. awMaaStjawaawaSaslaigJ The Central Record, Wednesday, Nov 28, 1917. 0 1 n A Good-Hearte- d use unu v"ii;i iviai. Iovp makes the world go round nnd men go broke. Somo people are proud of their past because It Is past. What women say causes moro trouble than what men thin. To the woman who carries) tier nge well life Isn't much of u burden. It doesn't pay to advertise unless jou nre able to deliver tho good. One way to make people believe In you Is tu pretend that you believe In them. Cosslps have no ue for people who refuse to supply them with rnw material. E3 What you want Is quick rrlirf. iTrrc's a fifty yr.tr old rrmrdyth.it h.t proven licnctici.il for millions. Try It yourself. Man By ALAN HINSDALE HIGHEST PRICES PAID dp. &r awHOT St H 111 J Having sold my farm and moving from the Nina locality, I will on (Coprrljht, HIT. Writern N.mpaptr I'nlon.) i R,lMd No Commission to Pay Shipment it Rtntttnt M.fl.J Dr J Saturday, December at 1:30 1st. 1917, o'clock, sell at public auc- tion my Household and Kitchen Furniture,' some Farming Implements, Harness and other things too numerous to mention. Terms made known on day of sale. brother Jim mid I Inherited rnmiEh money from father to go Intu business and we net up n hardware store. Not having any custom to start nil I went out bcntllig up tnulo, leaving .11m in the More to do the Inside work. I was n pretty Bond salesman. If I ray it myself, but Jim made u mess of his part of the business. He did not keep at the flnanrlnl part of It at all. He would trust any one, anil the (iinvrquemv was that we were Minn loaded down with bad debts. One evening after business hoars we figured up and found that wo couldn't co mi. Jim had advanced money to certain parties who had played upon Ids feelings, lie agreed to go out of the concern, ussimilng tho-- e debts nnd leave me to try to wind up the concern. He took him self off to n neighboring town and I went to work trjlng to get In the bad debts he had made. There were so many of them, large and small, that It would take me n lifetime to run them nil down. So I hired n collector. I paid him n hundred dollars a month nnd at the end of the tlrst month he turned III This .My 5 Writ f.r Pries Uit Shipping Taf, M. Sabel & for Coughs 6 Colds Dizzy? Bilious? Constipated? Dr.King N'rwI.ile I'illsratisca hr.itthy flow of Ililc and rid your Stomach and llowcii of wate and fermenting body poisons. They arc a Tonic to your Stomach and l.ivcr and tone the grccral system. Firit dose rcllrvrs. Oct a I Hit lie today. 25c. all ilnigtiil,. UtnrtUJ LOUISVILLE, KIT. uUJ UStf hrz WWHWMt Mud Hornet Is More Than A Match for the Spider; Captures Victim by Trick was not paying, so I dismissed Mm Mrs. Dora Wheeler, Route No. 1. LANCASTER, KY. W. 0. RIGNEY Funeral Lancaster, Director and Embalmer. .Kentucky. Office Phone 18. Residence Phone 33. LOUISVILLE ATTRACTIVE SERVICE AND CONVENIENT SCHEDULES TAKE the direct line to Kentucky's Metropolis from nil points east or west. Two Through Trains Daily with morning and evening arrival, whichever is preferred. For tickets and full information apply to your local agent or write H. C. KING, Division Passenger Agt., Lexington, Ky. Southern Railway System LT DC DC RED BLOOD AMERICANISM IS COMING TO THE FRONT Kight now this Country is calling for men of stout hearts, and sound bodies. It needs them to keep Old Glory triumphant and unsullied in the air. The exigency now confronting us emphasizes, as nothing else could do, the importur.ee of good health, both as an individual and national asset. It gives point to the suggestion, often emanating from this oilier, that every hedy should guard their health us a priceless possession. When you And yourselt running down nnd not exactly keyed up to the fighting pitch, as is the case with everybody at times. You ought to come to Nature's relief and take a course of COM-CEL-SA- R Legally guaranteed to satisfy you, or meney back If you'll do that, vou will not experience the discomfiture of being sent back homi for lack of red blood when you answer the call of the colors. sells at One Dollar torthreee boxes, legally guaranteed for (the stonach, liver, kidney's, bowels, bladder, blood and indigestion and headaches, rheumatism and nervousness. SCIENCE SOI'E is best for HUMAN SKIN, only 10c a bar, 3 bars 25c. Try our COWHOY LINIMENT, for all I'alns, bruises, burns, etc. 25c and GOc bottles. and hired another collector. He made a wore failure than the other man. I hired Ave men In succession, then switched irf and a woman having for the position I engaged her. Since Miss Julia Sparks had n winsome way with her I believed she would succeed where others had fulled. And she did. The tlrst mouth she worked for me she got In ?1KVI, the recond month $l,xm and the third CX). She continued her work till she had got in every outstanding debt. Jim's assuming the hums he had made didn't help me at ull. He could neither collect them nor pay them himself. I was sued its his partner on one of them and the case went against me. So I was liable for them all. "I wonder." said Mls Sparks one day, "ir I rouiun i collect ino-- o tieius for jour brother, so as to enable lilm to pay them to you." "If you can and will," I replied, "I will grunt you any favor you usk." "Well, HI try," she said. "Can you give me a list of them?" I gave her the list and she started out to see what she could do. She found It very hard work. The debtors who had were mostly Imposed on Jlm'x good nature, and some of them had no money to pay with. Thoe who had the money were skinflints, who never paid until they were compelled to nt the ejid of n lawsuit. Miss Sparks started out on her work. The first day she succeeded In getting tlirnu ilnllnrs tlint Jim h.nl lnnnpil young sport who got rid of It the same day at pool. I think he must have gone sweet on the collector, or he never would have paid the loan In the world. Miss Sparks averred that he had won some money nt poker the night before and she caught him In the nick of time. Three days later she got in two amounts totaling eight dollars. The amounts she collected were sometimes paid to her, but these were, small ones. All the large ones were paid to Jim. At the end of three months' hard work Miss Sparks told me that she had got in M) per cent of the amount, 2Ti per cent linvlng been paid directly to Jim. The remaining 'Si per cent was uncollectable, either because the debtors were without any means whatever or could not be found. The amount SIIs Sparks had collected sixteen hundred dollars she turned Into me. She asked me, should Jim turn In the amounts paid to him would I, upon Ids promise to turn dent ear to applicants for loans nnd sell only good buyer, take him hark Into tint linn. After refusing for some tlnrtv I nt last gave In. I wis puzzled to understand why she wus Interested In Jim's reinstatement. She came Into the store the next afternoon with a pair of red eyes, showing that she had been weeping. When I asked her what was the trouble she told me that she had gone to Jim for the amounts paid him nnd found that he had loaned or given uwuy every cent that had been paid him. Her Interest In Jim and her connection with this matter remained to be cleared up. She and Jim were old acquaintances. He had loaned her money, so that she was one of the debtors. She had fallen In love with I1 in, and knowing of Ids dlllleultles resolved to get him out of them. She had collected nit the slow debts he had made for the, Arm, und then had to get to work on tho nmounts he hud loaned. She was inuch crestfallen at tho result. "If you hadn't got stuck on Jim," I eald, "I would nsk you to marry inc. You've not married Jim. have you?" "Yes, I have," was tho reply. "Well, you and Jim come In here. Jim can bo salesman under you, you to decide whom to trust. I'll be natsldo man. How does that suit you?" She threw her arms about my neck and cried some more. Tho llrm was reorganized and turned out u great "dead-heats," 11 11 EPIGRHYMES: I once saw, on the (sirch of my residence on Lake Hoimtcong. u mud I'm settln' out n row of hornet deliberately fall Into nnd POSTS to fence some pasture herself In n spider web. Hud-- 1 land. Now, my Idee OF HONOR son Maxim writes in the North American Hevlew. The spider, perching ( Is to set 'em no they'll stand agin' the storms of lilxui an outer corner of the web. Inwinter nnd the crowdln' of stantly sprang at the hornet, then the stock: for my ol' toss stopped, nnd decided that It did not leaves things to me: "My want to tackle the hornet, nnd reboy, you ARE n rock." he I turned to Its perch. After walling a while for the spider ' tor me one. "for EVERMORE them POSTS will stand. If to come to the attack, the hornet I show j on my sense OF confifreed herself very easily from the dence no DANGER that you'll wct; and I watched her lly several try to make work ensy for times In circle and then deliberately yourself AND free yourself alight In another nearby web and enOF CARE If you Just feel It's tangle herself In It. Instantly the up to you. and that your boss alert spider, evidently either more ain't there." Now this may hungry or less cautious than the othsound like blowln' my own er, sprang upon the hornet, when, horn, but, 'seems to me, that with un alacrity that would shame tho this Is what Tim Tltromb meant, lightning, and with n precision develand I think, honestly, that oped bejond the contingency of error, this here war's another proof that hornet seized the spider. Jabbed that what he said was right tier sting Into It and paralyzed It. to hold Our Country's honored Then she did It up ulcely und carried Hst both you and me must right! It away. I learned afterward. In the study of ISobert Russell. Insects, that this Is the regulur habit "Pnts of honnr arc evermore po,u of tUriKrr and of care." of the mud horr.et that she catches spiders In this manner, paralyzing WWII liYvzrifbt, mr, It lot'l I'm, lisit.a.i them with her sting. She places them one after another In a mud (sicket j Senators' Peculiar Affliction. that she 1ms constructed for the pur-Ie- . There Is one t'nltrd States senator until she has enough eaiiued who does not take himself as seriously spiders to feed her young when they ns some of his colleagues take themhatch out In the spring. The spiders selves. Is evident from n remark do not die, but remain alive In their he made This cloakroom one day: In the prison until attacked by the larvae of Is," he "The trouble with the the hornet and eaten ut the proper said, "that nfter u man senate been a has time. liather hard on the spiders member of It it few months lie gets n but the hnblts of the spiders them- disease of the retina. It Dies him so selves are not such us to elicit much bo cannot see anybody but hlmelf." sympathy. The undersigned hereby give warning to all persons not to trespass tiHin our lands lor nny punsisr whatever as we will prosecute all offenders to ful lest extent of - law Hunters and Fishermen especially tk notice. K.1 & N II l'rice It I.. Klkin it-- POSTED II. C. Arnold. .Mrs, K. I Krazre it. L. Arnold. C M. Mot rly. S C. Itig.by. Julia l'urks A. L. Cihhs. W. S. Ferguson, Mrs, Emma Higginhothain. James M White and wife. Wo will Kild other names fur 2fcrnts cash. J V Itignby. John Tntum, T U. Slavin. It. L. Ilittk-- r. It. M. Lear. Strus Daily J. D. Nnvlor. Mrs. J. Wnde Walker Personal Stationery Should be Engraved or Embossed nowadays. It reflects pood taste and 4at once creates a favorable impression. Suppose you come and see the man) Seautiful samples we have and get our prices. Tllli Central Record. j I i CITY it Sue OF PROPERTY. deAT TWO P. M. As agent of the heirs of America Stone, ceased, I will sell at public auction on Saturday, Dec 1st, 1917 on the premises of the late John A. Stone, Maple 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. Any one wishing to see this property call on the undersigned, or Jas Hatcher. Terms made known on day of sale. W. O. Rignej', 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. (success. STORMES DRUG STORE, Lancaster, Ky. Remedy Co. Dakoto 3729-31 Jack-White-Mo- on West Broadway, LOUISVILLE. KY. Lawyer How large were tho hoofs? Were they us largo as my feet or my bands? Darky No, sab, they was Jus' ry-sized hoofs, sab, Just Ordinary. DC II DC 1C ' ordina, W. O. RIGNEY, Admr., John A. Stone. Capt. A. M. Bourne, Auctioneer. The Central Record, Thursday, Nov 28, 1917. SELL YOUR TOBACCO WITH TELEPHONE 97. I ) MADISON TOBACCO INCORPORATED WISE CO. LARGEST FLOOR SPACE & 3rd Street, L. & A. Depot, Richmond, Kentucky. LOOSE LEAF TOBACCO MARKET- -- THE PI0NEER j I I I I I We have buyers from American Tobacco Co., R. J. Reynolds & Co., Liggett & Meyers, J. P. Taylor C& Co., W. L. Petty, A. L. Zeigler Company, in 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. 3 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. SPLENDID LIGHT A E. C. MILLION, PRESIDENT. j I FREE STALLS T. J. CURTIS, VICE-PRESIDEN- T. FIRE INSURANCE W. C. BENNETT. SECRETARY TREAS. SQUARE DEAL TO ALL. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. ! Jacob SchulzCompany Incorporated. Hens Lay AMAZINGLY i a MT. HEBRON The baby boy of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Duncan is ill. Mrs. Gabic Naylor is very ill with typhoid fever. Mr. Harrison Dean sold to Henry Ruble a cow at 4Jc per pound. Mis. Speaks of Lancaster la the guest of her son, Mr. L. E. Speaks. Mr. Henry Ruble bought of EJ Grow two steers at CJc. and a heifer at CJ per pound. Mrs. I'eachie Grow is in Nicholasville to see her brother, Mr. Wm. Scott who is very ill. Miss Edith Montgomery was with her sister. Mrs. Jas Hamilton near Lancas- Fine Cut Flowers For Phones 339-- F All Occasions. Prompt Attention f I mi torn p. urm Uj. bo A or 83. All Orders Receive i tMimr tod Dmim m D4 prttunu" tod ota of miaUita. fcMtlfcIlona Al dnitf uti or rw WfcM fcyt la WwJ OODdltlOB with f BOURBON POULTRY REMEDY drop latDvurinklDf vtitr a rokl. our CufM j Wm. F. Miller, Agt. Lancaster. I tit IT lututN, SOLD BY It. E. McKOUEKTS I0VIIII ei4 1'ouitry book tf oa r4Mt t' SAPPSIATUH FURNITURE Successors to 0 A. F. Wheeler Furniture Co.. Danville, Ky. nnnounrp to the people of nnil Garrard county that wo have piirchnsetl tlu' furniture business of the A- F. Wheeler Furniture Co. We nlso wish to state tlmt our business will be conducted in the sniue ninnner as was by the Wheeler Company mm the same low prices will prevail, as 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. Sapp. who is a member of the firm and who has been associated for n number of years with the main house of the Wheeler chain of stores nt Lexington. Kentucky, will be in charge asgenernl manager. Wo wish Id . ter, Sunday. Mr. Hunter IUy delivered Friday to Mr. Henry Ruble u bunch of fat hogs price Mic per lb. Mrs. Mary Darker will give an entertainment at the Bourne School MARKSBUKY Thanksgiving afternoon. Hev. J. V. Muhan of Marksbury Mrs. Walton has been quite sick for will preach at this place the second the past few weeks. Sunday afternoon ut -- ;'M. Mrs. Annie Thompson, whose husband recently died at l'aint Lick, has returned here to live with her father, Mr. It. L. Darker. Mr. Speed Sherrow has moved to his dwelling recently erected here and has also moved his stock of goods, and is now ready for business. Mr. Curt Sadler of Dryantsville and Miss Nettie Hunter of this place, went to Danville Saturday afternoon, where The thev were united in marriage. wedding came as a surprise to her by seemingly being cut in gashes. The walls have also been injured. Whether There's no peace and little rest for thoughtlessly or maliciously the of such dastardly deeds, should the one who suffers from a bad back, and distressing urinary disorders. Lan- be rewarded. The community should caster people recommend Doan's Kid- not let it pass as a light breeze, if so ney fills. De guided by their exper- this might be a stepping stone to a greater offense which may already be ience. W. S. Carrier, Chief of Police, Lan- in an emhryo state in the mind of the caster, says; "I had dull backaches person or persons who aspire to such that bothered me, especially during the "high" things. night and mv kidneys acted irregularly. I used Doan's Kidney Pills, procured ut Explains Corn's Frultfulness. Stormes' Drug Store and the back Many plant students are led to wonaches and other signs of kidney trouble left me. I have had no return of the der how ears of corn become so well polenated that no vacancies occur trouble." among the kernels, for the tassels are Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't sim- so far above the silks nnd winds blow ply ask for a kidney remedy get Doan's freely throughout the fields. But close Kidnev Pills the same that Mr. Car-ti- observation has shown that there nro Co., Props., 7,000 pollen grains to every ovule, and had. Koster-Milbur- n only one Is necessary. Dutfalo, N. Y. NO REST-- NO PEACE. COULD HARDLY STAND ALONE and family Mr. Leslie Cunningham will spend Thanksgiving with her mother at Salvisa. Rev. J. W. Mahan will hold ThBnks-givin- g services with his church at 1 J Co, Kentucky. Wc are showing quite u number of beautiful Mahogany and Golden Oak Dressers in dull finish, like cut, with 30x10 Frcnrh Plate Mirrors. We bought these Dressers in car load lots and are in n position to offer these nt n very low price; n saving of nt least 25 per cent. All goods delivered. Sapp-Slat- on Furniture L. B. Danville, SAPP, Manager, Preachorsville. Mrs. Den Hughes and Miss Delia Rico Hughes of Lancaster were the guesti of Mr. John and Miss Susan K. Sutton, Sunday. Mrs. Hughes will continue her visit thru the week. ' Miss Annie Dlanka entertained very delightfully CO guests at a party last friends here. They have tho hearty Saturday evening. A number from Stanford, Khksville and Hubble came congratulations of their friends here. Candy to enjoy Miss Dlanks party. was served. LANCASTER GROCER The Ladies Working Society held its meeting with Miss last A THANKFUL. i Susan K. Sutton last Wednesday. large number were present, and much "I hnd been sick nearly -- Oyears with ' was manifested in regard stomach trouble and was slowly starv- enthusiasm to repairing the church. After ajourn- ing to death as everything I ute caused the body. Miss Sutton passed terrible gas and pain and my food did ment of were some delicious grapes which not digest. I was reduced to 115 One now member greatly enjoyed. A friend advised me to take poundt. enrolled. Mayr's Wonderful Itemedv about four The metal ceiling of the church was months ago. which I did and now weigh Dan151 pounds, and can eat anything. I am completed by Chesnut Dros. of verv thankful for Mayr's Wonderful ville, last week. There Is u taint hope entertained ot Cleaning the rubbish and Remedy. It ts a simple harmless preparation getting the new carpet down so that that removes the catarrhal mucous from worship can be held at the church In 1! more weeks anyway. Thru the kindthe intestinal tract, and allays the which causes practically all ness of Mr. Will Hughes, the trustee stomach, liver and intestinal ailments, of Rice Academy, the congregation has including appendicitis. One dose will met regularly at the The door to the Jenkins vault has convince or money refunded. R. E. McRoberts, Druggist. been almost ruined and the lock broken y school-hous- Terrible Suffering From Headache, Sideache. Backache, and Weak-neRelieved by Cardui, Says This Texas Lady. Gonzales, Tex. Mrs. Minnie Phil-po- t, of this placo, writes: "KIvo years ago I was taken with a pain In my left side. It was right under my left rib. It would commence with an aching and extend up Into my left phoulJer and on down Into my back. By that time the pain would bo bo eovere I would have to take to bed, and suffered usually about threo days ...I suffered this way for three years, and got to bo n niero skeleton and was so weak I could hardly stand albno. Was not alio to go anywhere and had to let my bouse work go, ..I suffered awful with a pain In my back and I had the headache nil tho time. I Just was unable to do a thing. My llfo was a misery, my stomach got tn an awful condition, caused from taking so much, medlcluo. I suffered bo much pain. I had Just about given up all hopes ot our getting anything to help me. One day second bottle... I am now a well woman and feeling fine and the cure has been permanent for It has been two years since my awful bad health. I will always praise and recommend JO 78 Cmrdul" Try Cardul today. a Birthday Almanac was thrown in my yard. After reading Its testimonials I decided to try and am so thankful that I did, for I began to tmprovo when on the Car-du- l, V The Central Record, Thursday, Nov 28 !9I7. TOar.Ttrvr.i..i irjmtm WAR TALKS To Any W This Big Aluminum We make this One-Wee- By UNCLE DAN 11 ?3 JL 1 W oker d. Number Tivo Jlmmle Collins Tells What He Saw What Military Training Does (or Doys. "Well, here wo ore I" exclaimed Hit presenting hi chum, Jlmuilo Collins. "Very glad to see you, Mr. Collin," snld Uncle Dun with a milk". "Aw." said llllllc, "Just cnll him Jlmmle. That' thu only name he knows. He's the pitcher uf our base-tm- ll nine, mid lio'n some pitcher, too. Just feel of hi nrm." "Well." said Uncle Una, feeling, "That's n inlKhty good nrmt" "Now, !oyi," until Uncle Dan, "what do you unlit to talk nbnut7" "Well," ralil Jlmmle. "I was ilown to (ialcshurg n few montha ngo when the boy came home from the Mcxlcnu horiler. They looked fine. Kvcrylody was surprised to see how straight they stood nnil how tnunly they were. Tho hoy seemed proud to wear the uniform. 1 tell you their muele woro n hanl a null. 1 heard Ilankrr I Innkptt fay that the trultiliiR ami discipline the hoy hud had was exactly what every hoy In the country ought to hare, and that now these hoy could Kit a hotter Joti at higher pay than they rould hare had before. Do )ou think that' so, Uurle Dim?" t'ncle Dan replied "I have n frti ml who employ hundred of young turn. Ho nlnaya give lioy tinting He, k Offer to Housewives here who have not had this Conker. The cost of Aluminum has doubled. Cooker prices have enormously anvavi-.cBut, in fairness to those who missed 'it lest year, we repeat this Dollar Offer Cookers Supplied To a Million Homes But the cost has advanced until our offer is almost impossible. But erocers tell us that many housewives missed our former offer. They are usinc Quaker Oats and Pettijohn's, and they want this Aluminum Cooker. In fairness, they bhould have it. So we renew this oiier for next week only. It app'icc or.' to !:ouscwives whom we have not fv.'ied already. It applies only to mcr:s of Qu. her Oats or Pettijohn's, or both. It meuna twice as much as this Dollar Offer mean: two years ago. Get this Cooker nest week if you are entitled to it. You owe that to yourself. To Rightly Cook Two Famous Dishes Kight looking makes them n'chtly doubly delightful. It keeps the Ilavor intact. It makes them easy to digest. This Aluminum Cooker has been made to order to meet exact icqiiire-mcnt- s. It is extra larce, so little or much can be cooked in it. It is extra Vi'e wan every user of Quaker Oats and Pettijohn's to cook these cereals a million homes nt very little prices. We have supplied Quaker Cookers to Double Cooker Pure Aluminum Extra Lares and Heayy CercaJ Capacity 2) Qts. heavy, made to last a lifetime. This Cooker will next week cost you only $1, if you send us the trademarks we ask for. This is a costly offer. And we simply want to know, before sending the Cooker, that you are av Quaker Oats user. A Lifetime Utensil Send us two trademarks (picture of Quaker) cut from packages of Quaker Oats. Also one trade mark (picture ot bear) cut from the front of one package of Pettijohn's. Or, if you prefer, send five trademarks from Quaker Oats alone. Send us SI with these trademarks and wc will mail the Cooker by parcel post, lrademarks must be mailed next week. This offer applies to this vicinity only. Address This Offer One Week Only The Quaker Oats Company, 1708 Railway Exchange, Chicago had military training the preference; he nay It pay to do .vi. He (lintthey are more alert, more prompt, morn rourteou; they know how to carry out order ; they are quicker to think and to act than those without training, lie mild from hi cxpcrlcnco he hellered that fix or eight month of lnteiilvc military training would ndd nt hunt 20 per rent to a man' Quaker Oats Which Saves You 7596 Measured by food value, Quaker Oats costs as much as the averaee mixed diet. So each dollar you spend for Quaker Oats saves an average of $3. Oats stand supreme among grain foods, in nutrition and in Havor. They form a complete food, supplying every need. As an energy food their fame is proverbial. Make this the chief breakfast dish. Meat and eggs cost five and six times as much. Also use Quaker Oats in bread and muffins, pancakes and cookies. No other food is so economical. Use Quaker Oats because of the matchless flavor. It is made of queen Brains only just the big, plump, luscious oats. We get but 10 pounds from a bushel. Yet it costs you no extra price. one-fourt- h Pettijohn's The Laxative Luxury Pettijohn's Breakfast Food is soft rolled wheat, hiding 25 per cent bran it is a flavory dainty of which no one ever tires. And it supplies the needed bran. Bran is Nature's laxative. Everybody needs it. Most folks would feel better if they ate it every day. Fine foods clog the system. Bran supplies the needed roughage. Every doctor, as you know, urges its use, to avoid the need of drugs. Try it one week. Note the good spirits which result. Never ngain will you return to a branless diet. Pettijohn's Flour is another bran dainty. That is 75 per cent white patent flour and 25 per cent bran flakes. Use like Graham flour in any recipe. wun uiese iwo proaucts every meal can include some e dainty flakes, bran-mad- AFTER . FIVE MONTHS. I 1 These Grocers Will Feature the Cooker Offer Next Week C. D. Powell, W. A. Dlckerson, Theo Currey, Coy S. Sanders, W. B. Ball, S. N. Davis, Davidson & Tomlinson, Lancaster, Ky. I ' The two picture are of the ta;ne young man. Th first was taken the day he enlisted and the second alter he had had flvs monthc' military training. HU horn la In North Carolina. rnrnlng rapnetty, and that It was tin best Investment any joung man could Dally Thought. What a lirnre soul Is that, that I always prepared to leave the body, and unconcerned about her being either, extinguished, scattered or Marcus Aurellus. More Than Mere Right. Why Not Find Out? Singh-tor- . "liut eveu a married mat Every time n young mun sees n pret- ans ii rich to his opinion." Henpck ty girl purse Her lips he woulers If MI) iienr fellow It Isn't a question of there Is unythlug In the pur' fir him. right : It's a questlou of courage." Hoston Transcript. Uobton Transcript. Lucid Explanation. Theodori hid teamed from hi playmates thai the Murphy family hud ten children, null being two year older than the "lie In f.ire. "Von know the Murpho ' well they got ten shllren. Ilach kid's two vinr older than each other; Miey go by use." 9s EEs k kind that pleases. We kind that RVICE $119,039.50 2,791.35 Capita! Stock Interrupted Solemnity. Ituilily. aged thne. was tinner nt his aunt's wedding. When all 9 i rending the inarrhige ceremony, Hud- dy railed out la u loud, clear voire, "Mamma. I he rending u story about the bears?" IS Progressive and yet Conservative, Sound and Safe. Through this service we 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 9 9 9 Convinced. "I don't know," muttered Itlvers, picking himself up front the pavement und moving on with n perceptible limp, "whether there Is any such thing as a ' bicycle fuce or not, hut I mil thorough-- I ly convinced of the existence of the 'phenomenon known us the banana skin." I Significant Shakes. Ah .? . . 10,000.(10 Overdrafts Casli nii'l in Dunks.... Bonds mid U. S. Certificates. Mankind, House ; . Surplus and Profit Deposits Due to Dnnk3 1I..W.91 188,529.75 3.G70.G9 fS3.521.50 1G.380.00 3,000.00 5221.735.35 22 1,735.35 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. the thumb of ;i dlng person fold benetith the lingers, o the hand-- I writing begins to disintegrate when (the Intellectual faculties mid physical rigor lire on the wane. Observations of this kind are possible for there Is in outward sign for each scparato oerve degeneration. The user of drugs and stimulants can he easily discovered, for each of these position has Its particular quiver or Irregularity. Industrial Management. Sign Languages. Peoples Kentucky. Paint Lick, 9 9 9 said that Ceu, Hugh S. Scott Is one of the world's greatest experts In sign language, and that without any lighting he ha settled moro with Indian than any other mun In history. Most of them were too, without n spoken word, Just by sign mid gestures, (icncrul Scot I speak practically every North Amerbeing ican Indian dialect, beside familiar with the primitive languages of other lam'". I set-tie- It i make. ' "lilllle. If you will go up to my room Arabs Eat Cucumber rtlnd. ' and bring my sniull handbag, I will Tin- - incumber l grown great I let )otl c two photograph of the In A trawler sumo young man, showing quantities In l'netlne. what only an Ar.ib school In Jerusalem Ave month of intensive training onj writes that the dinner the rhlhlreii II the Mexican bonier 'did for liliu." brought with them to school "consistThe bag wait brought. L'ncb Dan, ed of u piece of barley cate and n showing th" picture, said: "Well, raw cucumber, which they ate, rlud here tliey lire. They tell their own mid all." story and It I a mighty Interesting Mie Tho young man, beforv training. Huh a discouraged look ; bo lui seen j HUNTERS TAKE NOTICE. There was but little of tho world. very little In hi surrounding to bring Thii Agreement Wilnesseth; That hint out. When he Jollied the color in order to protect tl'.v gini on our and Uncle Sam took lUiu lu cluirge, land for a period of three years we life for him tisik on n new meaning. bind ourselves not to hunt thereon, nor lie saw u (.banco to do something nnd permit anybody else to do so. anil we be something. Ho woke up. Ill cu- -' tain says bo Is twice the man ho wn further agree to prosecuto with diliJoined the urmy. This may gence nil persons who violato the gmne ' when ho of tho extreme cases," said bo ono lawn uf Kentucky or trrspuss Uxin our I'nclo Dan. "I can tell you. though, land for the purpone of hunting. Anil that wnr or uo war, no ono thing will we further agree to act as Deputy do tho young men of this nation so (nnie Wardens for the pdrpose of car- much good lu so short u time n n few rying out this agreement. Hxcvpt each month of Intfiishe military training. of u haw the right to kill rabbits on It tits it man to light hi own life butour ,'arms or permit it to bo done by tles In tho biislnivss world as well a another under our supervision, or tho to defend Ids country and Its Hag. "Nearly every clvlllred country gives supervision of some resonnib!u und Its I"') military training. It Is comreliiiblo Ihtsoii sclec'ed by us. It is bused upon tho fact that pulsory. This November loth, 1U1S. It Is the duty of everyone to help deIt. I.. Klkin. J, K. Hubinson, fend his country; mid tis wnr I now J no. M, 1'iirra, W. II. Ilrown. carried on, no ono can do much unLcss W. II. Uurtnn. Alex Walker. he I trained. Also, tho rcord show llujclden 1 trim. . T. A, Klkin. that tho killed and wounded among untrained troop Is nearly three times 1". M. Tinder. J. II. Dallon, iih great as It Is with men I.ogun Hubble, John II. Smith. who know how to light and how to M. Deshon. J. N. It09. (. protect themselves. Ily this plan a Ki slier Herring, II. II. Cox, nation has trained men to defend her Hughes Hi us, J. W. Sweene, and tho Individual Is n stronger und. W. M. Mahim, better mun for thu training. Withers llros. Williim, Marcus and Jim White. "If tho Chumberlnln Kill for Mill II V. Wiltnot, J. 1). Pope. tary. Training Is passed by congress, Mrs. David Chenault, as It ought to be, tho same, thing would I'liil J. Conn, W. It. Cook. bo done for millions of other young J, vV. Khnore, T. C. Itankin. IIulTman llros, meu throughout tho land. lJvcrvbodi ought to demand ot lilt cougressmuul Win. G. Anderson. Sam Cotton, T. M. Arnold. Jr. W. U. Moss and senators tho pussuge of this It. K. Henry Jno. M. White, bill." "All right, sir, exclaimed Jlmmle, we A. I) Ilradshaw, llrlght Herring. It. h. Ilarker. Scott HulTmnn will see Judge Urowuell, Mr. Huskett, and I'rofessor Slocum, asi get tliem Wm. und l.lrile Onstott. busy." The Central Record, Wednesday, Nov 28, 1917. ? 'mm A Problem Solved Br PAUUNE D. EDWARDS (Copyright, Union.) Wnlttn Madge t'lnrk win lln only MM nf ii niiii) who linil accumulated n largo Hoarding money linil becomo fortune. :i second niitura to lilin linil now in nil "Id mini In liml fixed plans fur both daughter nnd money. Slip uhit tunrry mill Imvr heirs In Inherit his f.inllli Hi- - would iiniko ii "111 tying i tin pmiHTty to her and Iht children, tin- - husband to have tibsnlutcly 1111, j I I Al.LEN EI ATT, Asst Mgr. Walnut Street Wnrcliouse. 11 JOHN S. VAN WINKLE. JESSE Secretnry. V OVERSTREET. Asst Mfir. People's Tobacco Wnrehoiite. SPEGGY'S to proposals p By E. HOLLAND. Ntipr "Oh, I'egsy, hnvo you heard Captain Necly'H offer?" was screeched by n bevy of veranda beauties as Mar-gnr- MHHiHHiiHr!llH I j no rlllllll llpnll it. I Mm ntii' stumbling lilock wns. Hint Miidgo win very hnril to mminge. II" gave Iht perfect liberty In her sctec-tlo- tt uf a husband lint since she wns tint In love or tlic mnn she wanted fulled to prnimse, she did lint make u choice of anyone. Sin- - wus scolded liy her father till ln became desperate and decided iikiii Jark Klshcr, lio she knew wan really In lovo with tier unci not with Hit' money. She allowed lilm to ho devoted to Iht for some tlrai nml I11T fnthiT was y fivllng ipiltc encouraged, when 1'lshcr stoppisl coming to tin' house except occasionally, mill tlx old mi 11 was uintlf pnsllltrly 111 by Madge's disinclination to select n husband. Hope sprang up again In the old mini when Tom Motrin, n rliiiin of Jock rishor's, became a devoted slave to IiIh dnughtiT. Peep In lirr own henrt Madge knew she had made n choice. The man wan n rlslig young lawyer, Robert Morris, fascinating nml considered n good sport among Hit joung people. Madge often met Mni socially, anil linil motored with lilm occasionally. Not being nn "advanced woman" she roulcl not plead her own cause, and jet here unt the Million hy 'Which she mlcht he satisfied with n husband nml her father restored to health. rilinll In ii state of ileoperatlnii nhe went to the office of llolnTt Morris ilcscrlhisl to lilm the predicament she lawyer to mi In nml asked lilm n tell her some way In which she could he married to either Jark or Tom, hy whlrh. If her father recovered, nhe We Will Open Our Warehouse to Receive Tobacco I J , December 1st, 1917. The first sale will occur on Kandnll Joined them. "Offer of what!" "Oh, gracious, girls, tell her!" ," "Why, tho captain has offered began one of the damsels. "You mlstnke, my dear young lady," Interrupted the cnptaln. "I offer noth ing. Hut I have signified my willingness to consider any or nil offers mndo me. You see, Miss Peggy," said he, turning toward the late arrival, who, although far from being beautiful, ruled them by right of brightness, her wit and her Inexhaustible resources ns an entertnlner. "I nm disgusted with the wny you young ladles nre neglecting your leap year advantages, nnd I will wager that not one of you has mnde nn offer of marriage this year. Have you nnw?" "Nothing but thr nwful dread of being refused hits deterred us, captnln," answered Miss lhindall. 'Think of our feelings, when after laying our hearts and fortunes nt your feet you refuse to listen." "That's Just the contingency I have been providing for. The very point we were discussing when you Joined us and I snld that to every girl I refused this year I would give n Jersey cow. I've n fine drove nf them, you knnw, nnd It's no more than right that there should be some llttlu consolation prize offered." Tuesday, December 4th We will continue auction sales every da. excepting -- Jturdsy and hnliduys from that (late on. You can rest assured that Danville will Our and manufacturing plants in the world. be the highest market in this section, as we are the closest market to the largest are as i;owl as the bsat Thp Iojh leaf (bar plan is tre bast and only way of marketing; tobacco to accnmniKlatums for both man mi l be-is- t th- - highest dollar to the grower. These facts hive been demonstrated in Virginia. North and South Carolina, wiere they have been selling; fifty years. Drive your wagon to the Danville market. You will always find some one to attend to your wants, tobacco on this plun for the your tobacco. All the large factory buyers and welcome o'i. During the .vilo we will di our very best to get Vu the highest mrkjt price will be on hand on first day of the sale. We have experienced men in all departments to look after your interests, including two of the finest auctioneers In this or any other state. Our charges for selling tohacio will be the same as Isst year. The fact that everything !lsej has increased nukes no difference here. The warehouses do not buy tobacco except on sale at auction. We do a atricty commission business. l Free stables and no rejection fee Appreciating; your past patronage, we hope you will see your way clear to bring us your tobacco, guaranteeing yoiiVie highest market prics, absolutely accurate weights and an all around square deal. You nre cordially invited to attend our opening sale, DKCIIMItKIt 4th. pjt fr "Thnt's not so bad; but great heavens, captain'" exclaimed one of the younger men. "Have you the least Idea of what you nre liable to get Into?" The group on the vernndn broke up and Peggy, together with n half dozen of the young people, went outside to arrange for the theatricals, leaving to the rest the discussion of the eccentric bachelor's latest. The end nf the season came and found the cnptnln still open to engagements nnd he confided to one of the young ladles that he was thinking seriously of settling down lest he might mnko the mlstnke of walking clear through the wood nnd then nt last pick- iinild lime the tnnrrlugc easily nulled. an- The joung lawyer assumi-- n very craM' look and assured her that he would look up the matter nud to her within n few days Just before she left the otllco he Hiked: "Is there anyone whom you prefer to the two men you have mentioned?" fare A vMd blush covered the Ctrl' nt the tincxtvoetod ipicstlon. nud with n stiirthsl look In her e)en she made hasty exit. More than n week passed and Madge heard nothing from her lawyer A day or two later the doctor to her that her father's mind mnt be relieved of worry or he would not answer for the results. "I think he will recover If you will ci tlf Ids wish and marry." After the doctor's departure. Madge r Ji'Termlinil to consult the young x law-jc- once more. She told hlin she must deride between Iht two suitors at once. "I hae looked tin1 matter up mid aiUlse you to hae what Is called n miMk marriage." he said. Madge looked very grave fnrn while, there hud been a dim hope In her mind that he might solve the problem by proposing Then to her himself. the said: "Sup"o(. neither of the men will mnsoiit to Hiiih ii plnn?" "No harm to try them." "If either one consent will you be present at the ceremony ?" I will be there, I must Fee to It that you fall Into no legal At thin moment n thought Hashed Into Mudge'.i mind. She told Mr. .Morris to be ut her house lit eight o'clock next evening. v At the appointed hour his motor car nppeured before the house nml he was shown Into u reception room where he wan soon confronted by Madge. "Where In the groom?" ho nskeil. "I Hent for both grooms thin afternoon, explained to them my predicament mid begged either one to help me out, but both seemed much offended." "Then un your lawyer," isiild Morris, "I am bound to help you out, I have longed to xetlle the problem for you 5y offering myself, hut one fears In these days, where much wealth Is to bo looked upon an a fortune hunter. If J on believe me not to be that Madge, but loving you for your own xwect self wo might have a real ceremony Instead of thu mock one." Her happy look und tunllo were unfile lent answer. An hour later u clergyman arrived mid the party went up to the Invalid's room where Madge announced to her father that slio was to marry Mr. Morris. "Hut, Madge, I understood your choice was between tho other two young men I" Madge Hushed. "Well father, that was because Mr. Morris didn't ask rue." "She catiio to my olllco und asked me," said Hubert. "Well, well," said Mr. Clark. "I don't cure who did tho asklug, you two Just kneel down hero and bavo thu knot tied, thru I'll tuko a uiip." In tho course of a month ho was able to attend to his buslucss Diato, and when the first grandson arrived settled u larse portion ot bis fortani i.i ... ' error." , ing up n crooked stick, "You accept whatever offers tonight, It cnptaln," said she mischievously. was the night of the last dance of the season. Captain Neclv. who wns not n dancing mnn, promenaded the vernnda with Incorporated n combination of blonde hair mid plnk) i muslin on hs nrm. "Well, Peggy, why don't you begin Ii surely you have heard this thing donej times enough to know how?" She had dropped his arm nnd the Joke ns soon ns they were out of sight of the group on the vernnda, but he Insisted on keeping up the conversation Keport ol the Condition Iti'port of tlu Condition No Time. Wasted COY as It had started out. Olrl -.. she entered parlor) "It's Miss Randall was generally regarded long since you culled on me that I ki ns n young woman without n vulnerwas beginning to think you had forMiss Charlotte Asher. of Harlan, In fact. In able point: stone-heartegotten inc." Young Man "I nm for viis the attractive guest of Mr. James getting ou; that's why reality she wns n girl of unusually high called, Of Hank Co Ideals and probably because she had llryantsville & I. .Sanders the past week. ("mi I have you?" Hoston Transcript. so much to give she expected much In llro. Don Carlos Jones delivered three dotuK Imtlne.sMt ion u o( nrraut.vllle. return. Not perfection but her Ideal llauk dolus business at Lancaster County o( lisrrsrd, state ot Kv ntucLr, verv interesting sermons at Hcolts County of (Jarrard, state ot Kentucky, Just a Suggestion. of manhood was n noble one nnd CapFork, the past few days. OK IK'SINKM O.V TIIK In to see AT TIIK CLOSK UK lll'slNKSS UN' TUB AT TIIK CI.OSK Little Mary was called tain Neely nt times seemed to her to fulfill It more than nny man she had Miss Itosa Kay entertained at (linnet the new hnby. who was the sixth In 17th dny of Nov 1017 yet known. cssturilay evening in lienor of Miss the family. All the preWous children 17th. day of Nov 1917. Mary had been very small babies, It always seemed to her that she Charlotte Asher of Harlan. never appeared to such poor ndvantage looked nt the baby u short time, then UK MIC ItCKH. ns when with lilm. for then all the Mr. I'rather mid Mr. and Mrs. Mai .aid: "Mammn: don't you think It KKSOUKCE.S. nullity ns a conversationalist, with S lll.l'OUUtri TO.ovil SI Carter and children were visitors of would be better to have them n little IajsiissioI uri'Utrd slut de-so- rt .101 1.7 Dlrnlrsfls llu.ciirrd s 2V1j;t yi which she was credited, seemed to bigger nnd not so many of them!" Iiaus and Ulscounts Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Carter Sunday. Pile from llsnks 17.UH Hue from iianka a: ao.5i'i her nnd she felt that to lilm she .. Csth on IihikI l.'.'si '.'5 Cash on hamt s.nvi 4 Mr. Jim King, wife and son, Thomas llanklun Ileu.e. Kurulluru and Cheek., and other ra.h items j.isls 4t must appear n most uninteresting per-scInsufficiency of Fame. 4,ihsi 1(1 HauklUK House, Furniture and fixtures of HarroiUburg, motored over to Mr. the Other Ai.ets not UicIuuimI utiiler iy Itohert Louis Stevenson. Fixtures ILUSlIsi V.13-5.1 . .. ali of alwite lieait. Now she dared not let him see that Other Asset, not Included uuder J M. Sanders Monday for his ninety-thir- d I'hltadelphln Itecord, wns not the only aiirot alHiie heads n.issi fsi she wns afraid to go on with the farce, birthday celebration; Total 11U1.I15 VI 'celebrity who had found fume rather Total lll,Mi;i so In the gayest manner she began achievement. "I would The Church of Christ, at Scotts" than substantial LIABILITIES, ngaln Just ns they ciime upon a seat agree," he wrote, "that filadstone was I.IA1III.ITIKS. Fork is doing great missionary work ' among the trees Into which the cnptll.lKOlO the ntithor of my works for n good ten I'ai'llal Mis'l atil 111, lu cash 3IKXI0U this year. They are supporting a ton schooner nnd the coins to keep It surnliii Funds tnln deliberately threw himself, leavH. .s).lC0 ( t'allal Slock psld 111, in cash. I'udUlui'it I'rutlla, Uasexisfll Kuridii. Fund 11.140 eo ing her standing: ".My adorable James preacher in India besides mailing KHKI ,ui, I know ii little nbout fa'nie now; sea aud taxes psld l.VH) II UliuUlded 1'rultls, less expenses Isn't that the way they usually bei iuviivv. ni'jvaii missionary tracts. and taxes paid . 'J.tlrtl US to a yacht. i It's no good compared IltMilatiri CertllU'alea of lleposil suhkcl to Check fjl'l.ssj JJ gin?" I K.CKI m lli'postt Tluie llrKislls liiiif .11 "Very good." wns the answer, "but I illsll 119 Cirllllcd Checks a .7" S.IHU ll . lllllt l'a)al.le Replaces Human Sacrifice. vtmi; IS positively refuse to listen to any prol.laldlilii's Unpaid Plttdends The meaning of the rile of "break-In- g j other ail 01 aooienot (deluded .un.. posal unless the suitor gets down on . oer lit an Other t.lahllllles not Included uu BUCKEYE the bottle" ut the laiimhlng of dcr any of above heads l.lasl Si his knees." IIOJ.IIUU ships wns originally nothing short of "You base man, you evidently mean Total I 3U,.I II Hiilldlug n towu or launch sacrifice. to luxuriate In the situation, but I can't TATK OF KF.NTtVk' V. I week-wit- h Miss YiolaYTrihhle spent the lug ii ship were solemn matters to COl'NTV OFIiAltl!AKHttcIState id Kentucky, Comity of Ciarrard, Pel. go down on my knees here. I'll soil C. Pecker, We. C. Wl. MetCoberts her home folks. our forefathers, tint to ho done with- liHins, C.(astilerof fre.lduit ami J. Hank do We.K. K.Cashier ot and J. W. Klmore Presi- my dress." the aboie iiatned dent ami the alslie uauied Hank out demoting n life to propitiate the soleuinli suesr that the abole stalemeut Is do.oleninly auear that the aUite stalemeut Cnptaln Neely gravely spread his Mrs. IVrinelia Ilogie spent Sunday to the Iwst nf our knowledge and belief, i is true to the best of our kttouledKcuild belief. pocket handkerchief on the ground In cods. Our timid conization no long true with Mrs. W. II. (iulley. U.K. McKoherts. President. C. C. Pecker, President. er duresj In Micrlllce u slave or n prisfront of him nnd Imperatively moJ. W. Kliuore.Cashler J.C. Wll.LUMs.Cs.hlir. tioned her to kneel, nnd that she did. Mr. J. It. Itnv, 'ife nnd son hao oner on such neciislons, and therefore Subscribed Hint auoru to before me this 23rd signifying the Subscribed and swora lo before me this 21th and In the most uppmu'd voice of supreturned to their home in D.ivton Ohio, we break the bottle, day of Nov tin;. day ot Nut mi; taking of ii iiinn'K life. pressed emotion began: J. Hoicau Italian!. Notary Public. Wills Hopper, Notary Public My commisMr. Henly Whitlaker an' daughter, "My adorable James ; while deeply Myt'ouiml.slon expires Feb IS, iir.1), sion expires February IP. lids llessie James, spent Tuesday with Mrs. conscious of my great unwortldness " Philosopher Dooley. DIUXCTOIIS. K W. Sanders. "Don't mention It." lUmCTOKS Tls n strange thing whin we conn must utter the words that have money n 1. II Hsllon. W. II llrown Mr. and Mrs, Dewey Price spent lo think Iv It that th' less K. 3C. Swope i.E llobliisou, II. I', suope. Noah Marsee. Jr so long trembled umn my lips I nlc Saturday night with her parents, Mr. man gets f'r Ids wurrul: th more slim "Well, utter them." Issnry it Is to th' wurruld Unit he and Mrs. Mat Carter. "May I dure believe that the feelgo on wurrukln'. Ye'cr boss ran go ing I entertain for you Is In a measure Misses I,oiirillrovvii und Yiola Trill-- ! to Tarts on n combination wedding mi' reciprocated, and Hint at no distant bio were the guests Wednesday night divorce trip tin' no wnn bothers his time I may have the iinutteruhlo hapliend nbout lilm. Hut If ye sliud go of Miss Jeisie II. Kay. piness of calling my own one whose to I'nrls excuse r.ie f'r laiighln' me-sl- lf Misses Until Line nml Nettie Asking' welfare so entirely (ills my soul and black in th' fnce th' Intlusthrecs whose slightest wish will cvsr be my Villi Misses Minnie Iv th counthry plues nway." spent the week-enOF LANCASTER. law?'' I'earl and Louri Drown. "You may," gravely tiuswered the beMr, and Mr. It. W. Sanders und loved one und he bent forward to raise of the Ancients. Tunnels daughters were visiturs Sunday at the tho accepted suitor from her knees. Although tunneling Is among the A. It DENNY. President h line of Mr. mid Mrs. John Sanders. "Oh, you promised you would re most mu'leiit of enterprises, more fuse," und Peggy looked us though it J. K. STOltMKS. Vice l'res't. Mrs. ltobt I.ong and daughter Fran- progress has been inudo In It tho last cold shower bath hud suddenly deS. (,. DENNY. Cashier. ces, are in Richmond wlicro Mrs Long century than In the twenty centuries scended upon her. is taking treatment under the Gibson's. which preceded It. It Is now knowi (lll.l., is, J. I. J. It. Han "Promised I I promised nothing of days nf that hack In tho the kind. I merely Bald what I would Mrs. Hiram Hay spent u few days the Thehiiu kings the long tunnel Into do In caso I refused. Hut, you see, I last week In Lancaster with Mrs. Will the untaln rock, expanding ut u disdo not refuse, I accept." Itaney and attended the revival at the tance nf 400 feet or so, Into some lofty (Copyright. 1917, by W. 0. Chapman.) church. Iluptist chamber, was u crimon work. The YOUH HUSINESS. WE SOLICIT too, temples of Nubia and India, Much Depends on Family. The many friends of Miss Ituth Hay rock K. Denny, Ale Samual D. Cochran. J. II. I'osey, J, E. show that In certain matters at any It doesn't tuko much to make will be glad to know that she it at may atlll learn from th rate moderns whole family happy If It Is the kind Stormes, S. C. Denny, i. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott. Director. home after several weeks stay in the ot family thut Isn't expecting tsj ancients. hospital at Lexington. much to start out with. flPUS TOBACCO WAREHOUSE COMPANY hi I. M. Dunn, President. Danville, Kentucky. I'e 'Garrard Bank Trust "I I." THE NATIONAL BANK Capital $50,000. Surplus $30,000. Safety Oeposit Boxes For Rent. The Central Record, Wednesday, Nov 28, 1917. The Central Record INCORPORATED. asUED WAR NEWS OF THE WEEK. STATE CHAIRMAN Y. mJthanksgiving i PROCLAMA- - The greatest slruki since the tlattle C. A. THANKS LOCAL TION ISSUED Hnlg yeah. of the Mania was delivered hv when he smashed the Illndehburg line COMMITTEE. with the great lumbering tanks that J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. plowed thru forests and barbed wire Governor Urges People To Look Forward County chairman, A. 1). Joseph, lias right over the enemy trenches driving ELK1N, Local Editor nntl Mgr. R. L To Triumph Of Enduring Peace. them like rats that lind burrowed in received the following communication for winter quarters, out into the open from the State Secretary, thanking Untfttd l the l'ol OHlcc In I ncu. Kj.. where theV were completely rented by him and others for tho work done In Gov. Stanley has issued his annual m srcond cum Mull Mullet The raising Garrard county's quoto for the the attacking HritMi infantry. Thanksgiving proclamation, which llritish ndvanced five mile of n twenty Army Y. M. C. A. Uember Kentucky Press Association mile front nnd took several thousand Campnign Headquarters. Nov 23. and Tc the People of Kentucky, Greeting; prisoners and a number of guns. Mr. A. I). Joseph. Eighth District Publishers League. Whereas, It hai pleaied "Him who Lancastet, Ky. handThe Italians are ho'ding, single doeth all things well" to bless the laed, their liiu along the Paive Kiver. My dear Mr. Joseph:- Personally nnd on behalf ot the Ken-- I bor of the seed time bv nn abundant Great anxiety is felt concerning the Lancaster, Ky., November 28. 1917 tncky War Work Council, ns well as harvest, nnd. outcome of the attacks at this point. ... .1 1. l i.l.l I.! . p Whereas, In the midst of the wreck "' """" The various contonments of Ainenia "ur you for your share in the successful of empires, the was'.ing of fertile plains For Political Announcements Rates They are . campaign to provide funds for the and the desolation of populous cities, place for tho soldier bovs. . M, C. A. Work, which has our land is unicarred by the invaders' : In ih .h.m lmt- - Army For Precinct anil Citv Unices ...$ COO .!., 10.00 .u. S"or County Offices !,..- ih.v i"" closed. Kentucky has won n great iron heel, it is peculiarly appropriate .,v .ivi. ,ii,.nW n,l i j aim J tor State and District Offices.... 15.00 get on the other side their experience victory and to you is due a large sham that we at this time should, with grateof the glory. 10 ful hearts nnd renewed faith, set apart For Calls, per line will be nothing new to them. Please also thank, for us through the n day for reverent thanksgiving for nit 10 For Cards, nor line At Camp Taylor where some two press or otherwise, all the persons in that the goodness of God ami the wisFor all publications in the interthousand visitors were waiting in utter your community who have cooperated dom and valor of patriots, the living est of individuals or expresdisregard for the weather that wns to bring this glorious victory to our and the dead, have done for this, still sion of individual views, per biting cold, General Hale reviewed his state. 10 the happiest and most favored of nil We are prepared to pay the Highest line you ask nil the the nations of the 25.000 troops that he hopes to some We also suggest that 05 earth. With a wider Obituaries, per line battle, It was a splendid interested workers in this campaign to und clearer vision, no longei obscured day lead in See us before you sell. Market Price. sight to witness these thousands of r..main us n permanent organization, by the red haze of war, we American boys, healthy and contented known as the War Work Council, in shall look upon the hour of trial nnd of and Willi a spirit of eagerness in their your community to help in any future triu.nph through the white light THE RED CROSS. of an eyes a they marched and drilled in similar campnign. Such calls will need honorable nnd enduring peace. Then, to be made every six or eight months better than now, we shall know our Chapter of Garrard respense to the commanders orders. The Ued Cross County lias been rendering very efficPresident Wilson's olien army pro during the war. great debt to the tireless tollers lit Many chairmen have reported "more home, and the intrepid heroes abroad, ient service since its organization and clamation had forced thousands of un Please keop after addition who are at this crucial hour, dedicating in addition to the monev that has been naturalized Germans from their homes coming." raised and expended the Womans De- near docks, warehouses, and railroad al gifts until all in your county who the illimitable resources and the dauntpartment under the supervision of Miss terminals. For many the new regula-- 1 should help hnvc had an opportunity to less valor of the new world to the lib Helen Gill, who has Riven untiringly of tion meant a loss of jobs but will assist do so. A complete report by counties eration of the old. her time and means, a number of box- them in getting other employment, j will be made earlv in December. Now, therefore, 1. A. (. Stanley, es, fourteen in all, have been sent to For the safety of the country it Is, Thanking you again for you Governor of this Commonwealth, in and congratulating you unon the grateful remembrance of the multituThe first boxes containheadquarters. to apply this drastic rule but tion ed surgical dressings, and hospital all law abiding Germans are treated results, we are. dinous blessings bestowed upon Us, do Very sincerely yours, shirts; then a box of trench candles with the utmost courtesy and consider Bet apart Thursday, November 2J, for were shipped and a number of Christ- ation. Edward W. Hines, n day of thanksgiving, and recommend An exerienctil stock broker, after retiring from business, made mas boxes containing candy, cigarettes, State Campaign Chairman. its appropriate observance. this significant remark. "'1 have never known n business man to Secretary Daniels has announced the handkerchiefs, tablets, pencils and announced the sinking of n German C. A. Tevebaugh, In testimony whereof, I, A. O. Stan speculate two jears successfully." The Jail nf many n man may be other small gifts were sent to Drooklyn submarine by two American destroyState Campaign Secretary. ley, Governor of the Commonwealth of traced in speculation. It is unsafe for any man with a limited a fur shipment to France. This Chapter ers. It in reported that a number of Kentucky aforesaid, hhe hereunto set mount of mon.'y to risk it in speculation. The Hank i the best and was asked to contribute 100 sweaters, my hand and caused the seal of the' safest place for surplus money. the crew were captured but the report DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 100 pairs of sox, 100 wristlets, and at Commonwealth to be affixed nt Frank-- 1 not affirmed by the War Department. that time 100 mulllers but that order Officers of both Navy nnd Wor Depart fort this, the 20th day of November, in DEFINES ALIEN ENEMY. the year of nur has since been canceled and that amount ment were greatly elated over this one thousand of work and material is expected to go success. Washington. Nov. 21, - In connection nine hundred and seventeen, nnd in tho An cttort was mauo 10 iow Of into additional sweaters and sox. OF LANCASTER. KY one hundred and twenty-sixtjear of the destroyed ship to port but it was witli regulations to control alien this apportionment of knitted articles J. J. WAI.KKIt. Vice Prest. It. F. HUDSON. President in waterfront zones the depart- this Commonwealth. too heavy for the cords that were used 01 sweaters, 72 pairs of sox, 27 pairs Hy tht Governor, W. O. P.KiNKV. Ass't Cash'r Jot: J. WaI KKK, Jk.. Hook Keeper. ment of Justice, tonight, issued a forand it went down in the attempt. and 2 mufflers have been wristlets, W. F, CHAMP, Cashier. A. O. STANLEY. War is a great leveler of caste and mal statement defining alien enemies finished and sent to headquarters in denizens or JAMES P. LEWIS. Secretary classes as it should be in the great as "all natives, citizens, of State. ON ROLL OF HONOR. Cleveland Ohio. The army in France democracy. Among subjects of the hostile government, be- E. MATT KAIUt. Aa'st Secfy of State that is struggling with the bitter cold world wide wur for age of 14 years and the well known names of the aristo ing males of the weather is in need of these knitted upward and not actually naturalized in and rich we find Cornelius articles and it is urged that as many as cratic At present the as private in National Guard, the United States. can to help in thi3 work. richest young only hostile government is the ImperMisb Gill wishes to thank, in her own Marshall Field III, the in First III., ial German Government. name and that of the Chapter, the Odd man in America as ptivate children of naturalized "Germnn-borCavalry. John D. Rockefeller, Fellows Lodge for so generously offeralien ontmles. proof the oil king enlisted in the Germans are not ing their rooms for this work. The vided naturalization of parents was Aerial Coast Patrol, nnd Charlie Taft, rooms are well adapted for this purpose Officers Train completed before the children have and as soon as they can make ready too young to enUr the muturitv. Otherwise they lire Camp has recruited sixty other reached the sewing will begin here, where they ing unless naturalized them- BULLETIN NO. 2. and enlisted us a unit in ! alien enemies will give one entire day each wvek to young men selves. uerman day the ranks; "American-borl children of the cause. Announcement of the Henry Ford has joined the stall of ritizena residing in the United States Everyone interwill bd given later. No tobneco market in lliu history of tiie trade litis ever tleveloiitnl so (juiuKIy, to mrc-l- y already nro not shell enemies un!s after mo ested is asked to come and iissist in the the Shipping Hoard and has begun to turn over his plant ut Detroit tu,,tv they became naturalized in Ger- making of these hospital supplier. ami so ollieiently as the I.uxington Imiso I.uaf Tobacco market. tin many A Ked Cross exchange was held in a for the making of war materials, 'Naturalization of alien enemies can vacant store room on Saturday mid the factory is now making 2,500 air plane A (Ici'uiIl' ami a half ago, the I'ltmter lunl mto buyer for his crop inn! Iiu ohl it at mi completed during the period of public showed its interest in their do- cylinders, und is turning out a large not wnr. average nf loss than ton CQiitf wr vouml. Thu millions of tiotuuk solil ovtjr tho Lexington nations and patronage of this exchange numDer of parts for Liberty motor the "German-borchildren of Ameiicun that netted for the Chapter about $71. trucks, nnd will soon be making equipGermurket have avcnitfod to date mote than tvvulve cents m pouml anil thte coiiitiuj ships. No one can citizens temporarily tMing in This money has already been expended ment for merchant If, howmany are ixit alien enemies. we arc prepared to promise double tltHt fiiitirc. tor material with which to begin work doubt the sincerity nnd patriotism of parents' residence in permanent as soon as they move into the Odd Mr. Ford. He spent millions of dollars ever, must have ir. Germany tiie Fellows rooms. in trying to bring about peace between by suitable action citizenThis development hat come not by areirlfiu ImH through hanl nnd pcreUtiiM effort, the nations but since peace can he ob- estnblished Unlu-- States ship in tiie brains, and an expenditure for stiles Iiuihms, rutlritit.s stemiiiurios nnd stortijfo wtirehotittui tained only by war he is doing his bit "A native, citizen, denizen or sub- THE DRAFT. in the preparation. of more than three millions nf dollars. Last year not lessilmn fifty buyurslHd on tn offerwi nf ihu German emtHre remains an To tho Jews and other oppressed uien t.nelny cven though he lias taken The Government realizing that the ings on the daily brakes and e"ury prominent mantifauttirer in (lie world was ruprefentcd first call to service was hastily prepar people in Palestine the march on Jer- )Ut firgt ,)UI)er9 jn xw United State or by buyer or broker- ed has now n more full and complete usalem. that is now in progress under iag ut,lin naturalized in any country system and all men that have register the leadership of Gen. Allenby, must l( than lni. United States." timely. lhe ed will again he called upon to explain be botli welcome und Therefore, we ask you. Mr Planter, to consider woll your own inUrwts before oti In full their fitness for service. Many Turks have long oppressed the Jews A GENUINE COMEDIAN price your tobacco to speculators who "toil not neither do they spin" in your permanent were taken into the army that would and Assyrians and now to see the Union have been better able to serve their Juck advancing as the Crescent retreuts' Nick Glynn, that phunny pheller" behalf. country in another capacity and this must indeed seem n Holy War to these with John W. Vogel's Ilig Citv long suffering people. For tho Jewish which comes to the Lancaster is just the matter that Uncle Sum iB The Lexington market opens on Monday, DecetnlHir Ilrd. Don't be afraid to offer in Pal- Opera House. Monday, December ilrd. nationality to be now trying to solve. und right is n wunder. MrGltnnls unique as a The questionnaire is divided from the full or thu your tobrcco on the opening sale. This market will be into estine would seem but just twelve sections. The first enquires the and to this llalfour has promised his monologue artist, as he possess a nnd our advice is to sell as fast us stripped. ever was u time to re-- 1 .injni, Voicu of much clarity and sweet name, age, address, parentage, school- favor. If there ing, and occupation of the registrant. adjust the rights und wrongs of nations u.ss HornolliinK very few in ins speciul The second section enquires into the It is now. and the teal ot disapproval Vuw of gtI,K(! wor. enjoy The Fayette Tobacco Warehouse Company, the oldest company on this market doing and condemnation is set upon all Gov He is as clever us the best und per physical fitness. business under its original ownership and management, is better prepared limit ever to Sections threo toeight inclusive make ernments that tyranize and rule by the torms it with much more euse tnun uny serve its customers without delay. other performer in his line. He it possible to claim exemption on the sword. to his encores und exhausts his grounds of holding it federal office, Wherever a minister of the gospel or u stu resiionses to tho audience. Left Virginia Ssmethlnfl. Unving recently purchased the warehouse at jfifi liroadway. we have enlarged the Itnhy Mni bad found Virginia's candy Mr Glvnn appears lie wins u loyal dent of divinity, alreudy serving in the clientele. lights, instnlled new Toledo automatic hcaloB and engaged Mr. J. I). Noel, one of the finest army or tho navy, being un alien, or Flick and hud appropriated tiie Later he ennreMsed hlx Kin und being a Mute or municipal official. judges of tobacco in Kentucky, us "Dies inannger Our Mr Charley l.nthnm will l;e In custom house clerk, un artificer in the tried tu Impress the IIMener with tho I" .vll Idea that, hud nn the um was, It might charge as floor manager. urmory or navy yard, u piloi or ( ate all of Virhave been worn'. mariner. ginia's candy," wild lie, "but 1 left the Section nine regards a religous sect bag Mr Early Uass, our auctioneer, will be fresh front crying daily sales in North Carolina for her to pop." that has conscientious scruples against nt an average of abovu thirty cents per pouml, nnd Sum Wells Is wtiiting now in unload wur. Section ten gives a mun u chance Door Comparatively Modern, to tell of his family life, the number of tobacco and take care of his friends nt the old Fayette. Who Invented the door no one dependents UKin him, bis earning capachnows. It I". himeer, nn Invention of ity and to really prove all this. Sec- comparatively modern tluun. All tho One-huthe commissions received from the sale of tobacco on our opening day will tions eleven and twelve deal with the indent houses even the Ihium conbe divided between the Red Cross und the Soldiers Tobacco Finn). You cuu help the hoys industrial und agricultural occupation taining doorwuyn, lunl no doors, rubgives the farmer bay u char.co to rics or skins of animals were huug and nt the front if you will sell n load with us on that duy. show whether he can be of greater ser- across the doorways tu keep out 'the vice on the farm or in the army but he I'lCIUl'UtS. has to allow just how essential he is on the farm. Dullness Proportion. Every registered rsan will receive a A little hid In the grocery store set of these questions and they must for li head of lettuce. The be answered within u week ufter he re- clerk wits relinking the withered A. Hulett, Henry L. Martin, Reuben Offutt, By Samuel H. Halley, ceives it. Those who have any diffic- leuves und told the boy they cost ten cents, whereupon he remarked, "Can't ulty in understanding the questions or E. B. Hawkins, Directors. in answering them can receive assist- jou take off a few leuves und luuk It flv cents)" ance if tney so desiie. Weekly. JLOO a . r i CORN WANTED! About December 1st., for your Corn. u...H..it;,nil .i,,i u" We will be in the market - Walker, Lee flicks. I 9 K wmmwkwM coopera-necessar- y J What About Speculation q "M e Citizens National Bank ene-mi- ' Van-derb- grar.d-nephe- Favstie lacco wanuse t- n 1).- - n Criii g Min-strsl- sky-hi4- li "ii i; con-ttnt- - rr lf FAYETTE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE Jas. COMPANY live-ce- The Central Record, Wednesday, Nov 28. 1917. Winter Is Near fs WE WANT EVERY Garrard County to know by actual test of the Merchandise we sell, th?t no where can be found more real value for our money than here. A striking display of in Shoe Is Not a hoe For AThat Difference in footwear ere as marked as the difference between individuals, and therefore the woman of fashion desires footwear which will express her own individuality best. Our boots for winter rre better Mian the majority and the best at the price. Stjles arc original and ly appealinj--rollick-ing.-galloping. and with It comes the demand for Heavier Dresses for Warm Cloak-Intand comfortable modish Suits, in the new showing of WOOLENS AMD SILK DRESS FABRICS We have a COATS, SUITSand DUES te f dta comprehensive dis- play that will be the Joy of every style lovers heart. various fabrics handsomely made in many differant styles at extremely low prices. Sec these wonderful values before they are all picked over. Set these ccv; beauties. The THE ONE PRICE STORE. Joseph trm Mercantile Missus Florence Johnson, Mmnic Htomes Dunn and Fdna lierkele are nt hom to 8end Thanksgiving. Miss Florence Iirmvn. of I'aducuh, Florence will lie the guest of Mii Johnson during the TlianWsnivinu holi- - Company, THE STORE THAT SATISFIES. WHY PAY $73. OR $80. FOR A RANGE j 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. llrU'W iliro Gossip About ir eopie A f jll-S.-i- t. -- x FINII IT IN THIS COLUMN. nOU'Ll, CUT THIS OUT IT IS WORTH MONEY DON'T MISS THIS. Cut out this slip, enclose it with 5c and mail to Foley & Co.,2S Sheffield Ave., Chicago, III., writing your name and address clearly. You will receive in return a trial package containing Foley's Honey end Tar Compound, for bronchial and fa grippe coughs, colds and croup; Foley Kidney Pills, for Icmc back, weak kidneys, rheumatism, bladder troubles;ond Foley CatbarticTab-let- s, a wholesome and thoroughly cleansing cathartic for constipation, bilioussers, headache and sluggish bowels. You will also receive, free of charge, Foley's Family Almanac, containing "Alphabet for Children" and "Health HlaU": Foley's Booklet on "Kidney Diseaica" cr.l a few simple suggestions for those having kidney and bladder troubles. You n c-cecurc all these for only Sc For sale by all dealer ). Rrlcl Mention of the Comings uA Going! by Thou Wt Arc Inttrtittd In. I'ooms for Kent suitnVc for house- keeping. Miss Fannie iJishop. lirti Wng.in $71). Com Shelters Cheap. J. R. EVIOUINT & CO. The Q Deal House. in town with pent the week-enher sister. Mr und .Mrs Forest Stapp were visitors in Lexington lust week. Mm Cyrus Daily Mr. Shirley (). Kates was in Louis ville the llrst of the week on tjuainesr. Dr. A. A. Ilatlield and Miss Dorn FOII KENT: House with six rooms. over Morfonl of Danville, motored Sunday and were guests of Dr. nml Desire to rent same until April loth. 1U1S. 11. I. Klkin. Call on MrK. M. S. llntfield. Mrs William King has returned from J FOII SALK; Good family marc Louisville, where fhe attended the Perfectly gentle for children or ladies marriage of her friend and schoolmate. Itohert ilurnside. Mis I.avinia Krcmer. KOOMS FOI! ItKNT: Suitable for Miss Mnrv Arnold will return from Mrs. Eliza Hill. fcouseheepinR. Stanford this week, where" she has had STRAYED to my farm on Long Hranch about July 1st, a brir.dle steer, Owner can have same hv moving nron-- ! erty und paying ull charges. Thomps Hill. ( Window SIZES CUT Glass TO ORDER. AND PUTTY. Tina mm GULF COAST. MISSISSIPPI. inon-ar.l- w THE BEAUTIFUL BILOXI AN!) OCEAN . SPRINGS. '"llld -or private bostrtl-m'ho- u in I'lv among its) plain hut hswsMti.hle t.mall hotel . i vill never forget the vtw of tb tlult ymi hai'o hod, or ttw re i jv 'natint. Htinosphei- - that vmi bsvit enjoyed duiinn jour stay KlW by the Kiviera of he (iulf Coast. It lliloxi might b nnd wan the 8 let , it whs Hirt "f th LiH)iiaii rvil in ti'.' hinted li, lt French m the south. cjlo Yes. it is true that yo will inu them Itm old civi.iitK)n soil the new. sny that It is m t 'ho most rvstfttl. health fill mI Trut o.lv we may charmn i,-- resnrta mi th North Anwncn continent. We have inuiui it mint delightful just following the ChrUttilHtt lurfWnye li Mid winter, hut it is also mot ur.mtle in th siirumer time. its tlu- brceaon from the liulf of Mexico fan th Mwxe nt ttit time of oash itav. Manv legends have lieeii lenteiod nt Uili.xt, wlticli dmibtleiMt hfid llwir origin Irom the time of the Indian to later civilimlion. A umiHl kl ostk, with , sIiuhIs in th cliuiclivaixi of gnarled nnd twisted liru.'lic Must hiiiitliin the picturesiple church of the l.'.ilfemer it has besir. tho basis of many a legend und verse. How bountiful are Unite dimes along the beach where naturo lias beeti undisturbed. Beyond the narrow streets nf OM lliloxi one can skirl agHin the shell road, pas the "home for i;ileU" ami the Hulltliotise and be n weloume guest also at one or more of the beautiful privnto villas lined along the shell or road. Severul of these have their own private piem with liot-hotis- e at tho end of the pier, way out on the wcter. Hunting, bathing u.id fishing are recreations that belong to the out-o- f door life of lliloxi neatly all the year round e yeufrouml lliloxi is HJt whollj d'iH'in!eiit iihiii touristx. It has an A Tourist Club is sustained ilurmx the winter months from it colpopulation, ony largely of middle states, northern pxople who centei there jenly from to early spring. It is an attractive ssJju.-.r- t to lliloxi during that Never lias the writer seen more ulunauH mnsets or more beautiful time. What Is moro fiiscinating than tho silwry sheen in the wuke of a moonliuhts. Her hold may be tilled with oysters white sailboat as she si ently glides along which she may be carrying to bo unloaded at some oyster houses it mile or so around the bend of the bav; or it may be that with Schrunp from deeper waters she is laden. If vou happen to bo thero next morning, wheio tint boat is being unloaded you will find it process wortli seeing. Inside of long building ull women and children are employed by the hundreds In upiiiiig is uctivity-me- n, the oyster shells. Tho oysters are llrst dropped into tubs of water nnd the last process is when they itru placed in cases which ure sealed and neutly labeled aim then are ready for the market. There urc homes for the workers and 'their Efaniilivs who livu near the plants or oyster factories. There Is also u Settlement House not fur away with beuutiful trees about it, with kindergarten and playgrounds for the children, who are thus cared for while their mothers are at work at tha oyster houses. The season is short und consequently the earnings uru for only u short time of the year. Acain and uguin from the cold rigid winters of the north we shall seek the Bhore of lleautlful lliloxi and perhaps now and thin fur u respite in the summer, alto. So when you make up your route for trips South hencetorth, we advise you by all means to include lliloxi or Ocean Springs. Carlvht Porter, These are two of the popular ami attractive resorts on the beautiful (iulf Coast and reached by tho modern steel passenger trains of the LOUISVILLE a.otip tin -- If vnu would revel am mi; the in ist lie lUtiful of .hade trees the U Drink g to Ocean Sprint; . MtasWHnpi of the South, the lit frni it- - Mm r il springs awl enjoy tiie oxone from tin stretch of alwll rood Mrs. J. IE. Harris was called to Cov ington this week l.y the illrusa of her charge of the millinery I.elln Arnold Francis. daughter. Mrs. Willinin I'elililts. j Mr. II. K. McKoberts went to Fort Mrs Hoy Arnold und pen, Joseph, of today to visit Ilia son, John Danville, Ky., were the guests of their Thomas Mcltoberts, who has been stationed cousin, Mrs Kdd Uoss, this week. there since his enlistment. Mr. Will Took is in Butler, (in. this Mrs Jess Cock, Mrs. Wei'er nnd week with a ear load of mules which daughter, Miss t.izzie drown, and he recently purchased in the county. Mrs Mike Ulkin, nil of Lexington, Mis Henrietta Itnney nnd daughter, spent last Thursday in the city as the Josephine, visited their mint, Mrs Jor guests of friends and relatives. Arnold, of liiehmund, Kv.. Iut week. Messrs .1. J. Walker, Jr.. Lewis (Jill Mm. C. I Morgan ami two attractive nnd John (Jill Kinnaird attended tho daughters. Catherine mi Uuby. are in Walker- - Kini.uird wedding at Winnsboro Itichimind for n ten rtsys visit with S. C. They accompanied the groom to friends. that city Inst Mondny evening. Mr. Zan Unt.inwiH. who Imkls a luMiss Ella Johnson, principal of the crative frisitKin nt Akron, () , is at Kentucky Female Orphan School at home to siwiKt Thlnksitiviiig with his Midway, has been here several days in parents. tlw interest of th schei'l, and while Fanny sits Itcttle West ami here is the guet of Mr. .1. A. Amnn. Mi. ' Saturday in AniHixia AlitferwHi Hubert j Sunfonl. UM SaM of Mis MARRIAGE OF POPULAR Bruce. i FARM FOR RENT Tobocco, corn nnd grass land; Also a good tenant wanled, E, C. McWhortcr. Paint Ltck. FOR RENT. house owned and for-- , merly occupied bt. jli. T. Embrv on ilnl Court. Possession at once, if desired, For year 1U1S, fcs? ujiiW- - ilea ess tf llright Herring BEGINS SATURDAY 17 p"' Mhk W. II. Itmr sroHetidHi the County ml Leui : Tin-tie- r uf the YOUNG PHYSICIAN ES PLACE At: TO-DA- TAK- AUTO FOR SALE. Having enlist.'d in th" servue of "Undo Sum" 1 olfer my Molin.- - lioad- -' ater for sal". Oill n Dr. II J. Patiick Paint Liek. K. ThN car mmt b snh'. W. L Carman. Ask for priest. FOR RENT. We arc olfcrin;! during tins vnlues in ' stile wonderful l.r thk week. Farm Agents at Ixincton trimmed ami imiriiimicd hats. It will pay jo" to take advantage of this e!'d wi event of unusua! social interest was the marriage of Dr. Virgil Mr. ami Mix Kinnaiid to Mis. Itebeera Woodward V. V. Sunirfssn. Walker, of innsuorsi, S. C. which Pi city at Urti Mn. Um A!aa md dnghter, ' Mtatt MtittW. are here to snetnl Tiianka. r 'flock, tho ceronmny lieinic wrforme! ' giving with Mrs. Adam's mother. Mm. l'y the local minister of th I'resbvlei-' cliurch of Wintwhoro A. Mctirath. Tint bride in the daughter nt Mr. am! Mr. Alex Walker and llttht daughter rg-aye Wulker nml a nietH of M. . Virginia Petri, of Lawtett, Oxla.. nlker of this city, ami it a very '' ... r .. t .. t .1 i in titvcity lor n mv uuys. Kllt4sta 01 charming young lady, with a host ot relative and friends. here, where she has often j friends Mr. William (Jurrigue of New Yotfc visited. The gloom is the oldest son of iJt. Ut in-m-l City, is her Thanksgiving with her pnrents, Mr. nixl Mrs. J. 1! and Mrs. James Li. Kiunaird. and is the met popular young man ever rearConn, on Klclimond St. ed in our eitv. A man with many brilMr nml Mm Laurence Pollard are liant attainments ami until he oireied over tlx-- arrival of n seven his services tu his counln, wus enjoy ImiuihI boy. The little fellow has been ing it lucrative practice Hi the city, christened Walter ilenjamin. which he gludly sacrificed and is now it ' OiHc- Miss Joan Mount is making an ex- First Lieutenant in the Medicul tended visit to Lagrange und Howling era Training Camp, at Fort Itlley, (liven, at the latter place she will visit Kansas, in the Field Hospital. lie Is itn.xious to go to the front ami nun in her aister. Mrs. Tom Wilson. thu near future be neul "somewlieie in Mr. and Mrs Ilnrvwy M. Bstes nnd France." son, of Georgetown, have returned to Immediately after lbs marriage the their home after a weeks visit to his happy couple will return tu Lancaster parents, Mr. and Mrs, S. II. Estes. nisi spend it few days with the grooms parents, before leaving for Matihattbu Messrs Harry Itancy. Edwin Walker, Kansas, where they xpct to make and William Kiunaird, nil of whom are their temporary home. attending the Millersbuig Institute, Tha Itecord extends hearty congratuire ut homo to vpend Thanksgiving. lations und together with their many Mr nnd Mrs James Donnelan nnd Mr friends, wisli for this popular couple, a und Mrs Paul Uruther of Versailles lung und happy married life. were visitors of Miss Allitio lirothcr at Meaning of Biblical Phrase. thu home of Mr and Mrs Forest Stupp. The "lodge In u garden n? cucumMiss Annie Powell of the Iiiclimond bers," mentioned In IsnlnH 1 Is u Normal, and Miss Mae Powell, teacher rude temporary shelter erected In the in the Puint Lick High school, were re- open grounds In which a bey or man cent guedts of Mr. und Mrs. C. 1), is set to watch to scare uway robbers or the foxes and Juckels from tho Powell. daughter. E! izb.' tb. will with Mr. said Mr. Henry Siiopsoti ami thr prnt, spt.-n- l Thnnks-giviri- y to-h- y Nice five room cottage with bath and electric lights, barn nnd large garden, on Hill St. Possession Jan. 1. 1U1S. See W 3. Umorv, or. write me at XSt E. High St.. Lexington. I. T. Embrv. 9 Mf. gnat sticrihc ing. itru mak- Remember cash onlv No hats on approval at our marked down prices. I NOTICE. The best time to plant fruit and shade trees, blooming shrubs, rhubard, aspar agus, grnpo vines, reses, peonies, perennials, etc, is in the FALL. Get our large illustrated catalog of everything for Orchard, Lawn and Garden. Finest atook grown anvw here H. F. 1IILLENMEYER & SONS, Lexington, Kentucky, I - an'. BELLI ARNOLD. j .1 r txtrt in anil M ' H u uau U t lib Q U( - 1GS ING, ROOF RE- I f Five to nine years old. Weight 1000 til PAIRING, Ventilating and all kinds of Tin Work. Your business will to 1200 pounds. vines. & NASHVILLE UAILllOAD.-Advertisem- ent. Friends of Master Clay Jennings, son of Mr. and Mrs. Urudford Jennings, She Does. will be glud to hear of his recovery A girl may not let you kiss her, but from un acute attack of diptheria at the chuticva are she appreciates your wanting to. Tiger. his home In Tulsa, Okla. w. b. burton! LANCASTER, KY. appreciated. PI WILLIAMS The Central Record. Wednesday. Nov 28 !917. GO! 9 To The Tobacco Growers Of Madison, Garrard and Other Counties. that we will We wish to announce open the Home Tobacco W'house INCOKl'OKATKl). to receive tobacco on MONDAY, DECEMBER 3rd, and have our first sale on 9 9 i Wednesday December 5th a Kil 1 Bring your tobacco in and get the highest dollar for your tobacco poss'ble. Under the same management as last year, when we averaged $ 8.52 per hundred which 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. r 9 Long Tom Chenault Auctioneer. I. M. Hume Floor Manager. Joe Boggs, Bookkeeper. W. E. Luxon, Salesman. G. B. Turley, Check Writer. J. B. Walker, Solicitor. Modem Joan of Arc of Italy By G. Kay Spencer In the Carnle Alpi. deep green hues of t!ii? liimnitsiln fore-were blending In the gloaming, nuil n restful gloom was .ettng down In the Mountains. Injects liuiiiineil uiiil ilroiieil unmng the lilue rasi of tin- Devious pathways cut uu uncertain course through tlie voluptuous color of tlie cgetatl ti. Along one of these overgrown guiding wiiys a regiment of the Itullim Uersagllerl wus making n tortuoui ascent. The crests of the plume i. their helmets were rustled 'iy mellow breaths from the Adriatic, and the gravel was crunching under rough shod soldier feet. Otherwise no sound came from this redoubtable column. Tor these men were moving forwurd to attack an enemy position, which their air forces had failed to locate all through a humid day of death. The Austrian battery hud swept with withering waves of steel the backs of these hoary Italian mountain crests. Thirteen thousand of Itallu's first line troops had vainly endeavored ,.n.i the enemy emplacements. Tlie llilootl of Italy's sons dried on every 1if and gravel path, and her wounded lay where the lted Cross could never reach at the feet of these eternal .'ilex, mangled masses of human llcsh. Tin- - For Croup Mothers Always Keep this Handy The Sajr of the Creep sear la OTei JOT those parents who xlaaly keep Tolejr'e Honer and Tar Compound la the boms ready tos lasUns use. W. C. Allen, rtoscley. Mn.. writes: "1 have rained 11 family or foiir children, nnd have uscd l'oley'n Honey and Tar Compound r.llli nil of them. I nnd It the beat croup and cough, medicine I have ever used nnd 1 tiavo It for rlcht or ten years, and can recommend croup. It forton-arnightfall tho little ones If prow hoarse cr croupy. If their breath lng becomes wheezy nnd stutTy, Klva them Foley's Honey and Tar Compound promptly and it will ward off an attack: of croup. If you nro awakened by the huarita hrassy couch that means croup, clvo Foley's Honey and Tar Compound at once. It will eaue the little sufferers quickly, cut the thick choking; phlegm, and soon they will have easy breathing; and peareful quiet sleep. SOME SMILES Still at It "So Peg's to be mar- mandlng olllcer. She carries an automatic ut her hip and she knows the Austrian imsltlon. She is a native of the parts and has won the confidence of Austrian officers. The engine of blue steel Hushes dully trom her hip to her hand and Kilnf upward and onward. She cheers n wild Italian mountain cry and the troops respond. The officer hud not the chance for orders If he would have given them. Ilefore he realized the situation the Itersugllerl every user la n, fxltsdU were In motion; following the young woman, who marched STOKMKS DItUG STORE. rapidly and firmly with her automatic In the fore, greedy for a target. They soon encounter their own patrols and, Joining, they make Kingbird a Hard Flflhter. a precarious wuy over piles of nge- Some couutry folk rail the kingbird worn rock. Ix-murttii, because he occasional Direct to the task she leads them. the Insect-catchinlife snaps up She fights wltli them; her pistol spit- ,!) In tils See. The klngMn loves the orchard. ting its doses of death Into enemy Tie-- -, hl mat" Is covering the while breasts; her cheers ringing shrilly above the maelstrom of swirling foes, "SVf, be taker to a tree top to look over the lnr.i!.oaie and the skyscape. and steel firing steel on Its errand When a liawk or u crow roines In sight Into enemy vitals. kingbird Is off for n buttle In The encounter wus violent and de- the which he does all the lighting. Occacisive. The Austrlans were routed u ride on the enesionally, In- to be technically correct were anni- my's back fortakes or so, pecking his a yard hilated. The Itulluus occupied the hiinlest to make his victim exceed the position and signalled headquarters speed limit. The Ilcrsuglierl, Italy's strange, the locution of adjacent enemy outswlft-lnplii- g Infantry, was going Into posts. The result was the eventual the action; eivrt. accurate marks-me- occupation by the Italian armies of the cu-rman. entire Austrian system on that sector. In Home, a few days luter, a "medul The advanced patrols nnd several 'on the flunks had engaged enemy pa- to military valor" was struck und pretrols several times and had only sue-- c sented to a coy young girl, who Inided In adding to the perplexities sisted tluit she hud done nothing re(if tli- - situation. markable in thus serving her country. t tr'f jl. : Jyr,sr suaraat-cUlnftdItullim poets und novelists arc perSuddenly there was a challeuge, an tmm jble b7 tha IH.T- ti balance aud farce Asarnumticrof hlte ami volk oath In Italian, mid presently 11 cor- petuating her name und exploit. She i poral was seen inuklng his wuy to the Is the Idol of King Victor's soldiers. elements lu furiuu rattocs. Her retil mime Is Marlu Abrlanl, but main body. With him was u woman the men In the Itersugllerl know her uel Purina Chicken Chowder n young girl, self possessed and suill-,lnwith Purina Scratch Feed way to the com- - us Jeanne d'Arc d'ltalla. .She Inquires her contains elements for 212.33 whites, 214.77 yolks. V) out ot 100 bens cat too taucb erala v'jlia torus lat and cut down ctt 1 Sailiie. J'eed 1(0 Iba, 1'urlna Ucratca trin U V"v-- i 1 4-AT A Iced to looibi. Puilna Chicken Chan L VV sdi! ct der jou'll u.e ! MOXCEGCS-O- R MONEY BACK An experienced stock broker, after retiiine; from business, miide DoH tor rurln- - Chicken Ciow- Montr s ucr u iitt rciucueii u mns ui not ihli.iimlfle.nl mirlf! "IIiiivh never bown u huslnesi 111"'' to U.T more eirca mocoicu lxruia speculate two years successfully." The jail of many a man may be tucxea mown! r ns uirtstea v !IU l'url:u be rutrli lVi--i I than traced to speculation. It la unsafe for any man with a limited -l lui uny ntncrttuou. ruraa rscua cenir in of monay to risk It in speculation. The Hank is the best and criecscr- - . place for surplus money. safest board! It was duk url ried again?" "Yes, again." "Hut she didn't marry the t one." "No. dix-sn'- last ere seem to be "T Ii any last one." I What Did She Meant Minnie So sorry to hear of Tour motor iiccldent? Lionel Oh, thunks; It's nothing. Expect to live through mauy more. Minnie Oh, but I bopo not I Disgust Waa Mutual. Don't Buy a Wagon Until Yon Have Seen the Columbus Befom you decide on any wagon, etaminn tho Cclornbiu. Strongly built o tho best possilito mat rul tlio wa-Mes the most satisfactory service f ir the longuit period ot vu.u. Tli is no f rcrct in the. notedly long hio uf the Columbus ivjfa It i.. tlie refill! of the methods emplov.-i- l ; r. structi. n. r.irre mh in tlm wafiou which has not Urn nr. lur I'leiter fnim one t two tsirs. axles bi, ;:io iiikjc of tin Tho hevU atv liK!.iry; ttio houn U, butters ami i jn.lDoarilj. am auk, tie bottuin of tl.n Ihji is struight gra.ii-- d C..v'. v ,,ine. Tha a.s a Ivr oauiploa ! tti.i car which it t. w . i a :nl.T.ib.'n i kt'jlc ii " ir.. U th.it the , , n i, i.nl-.- it.. LIoiii. i i!,ir uml riul.irauce. Corse iu iur-li- . iii-cd , ' . Hrlde I ntu dlsapixilnted In yon. I though you had bruins. (room Hut think of my disappointment ; I thought you had money. Loan It a Gift. S h o r t I my, old muii, can you lend me $10? Longley Im- possible. money I've tried to lend you times, but you always seem to look upon It us u gift. Killed the Spies. Knlckcr Why did you kill my chickens? Itecker They were spies trying ta nd out what I had planted. New 11 several lr )it n.-- T!i-rel- t I lid i .in ' ir v.i. . Aelkih. ui ill Im Becker & Ballard. Phone 27. York Sun. Unethical. "Why did they manage to get Bullitt out of that uutomoblle club?" "Because every time ho was arrested for spevdlng he admitted lie wus going Juit us fast as the cop charged." Out of Date. Mrs. Longwed I ulways congratulate myself on having n model husband. Mrs. Justwed But you've had hlui n good many years. My husband's n tills year's model. Not an Economist "Are you practicing food economy?" "I tried It out. but It didn't work. My husband simply refused to eat tho cold boiled egg that was left over from tli da? befnro " Bryantsville, Ky. n lid Z3.UUU.l ujJv.uiauuu ld Diaw A Check for lliu iiioiiHy ytititivcnntl note how much more res- pectfully your creditors nl bail. ! I OF LANCASTER. KY. J. J. WALKER, Vice Prest. B. F. HUDSON. President. Joe J. Walkeb, Jb W. O. P.1GNCY, Ass't Cash'r. W. F. CHAMP. Cashier. r. 'Citizens National Bank ON ROLL i you, They like tu tlo business witli n imin who has 1111 iicTouiit ut tlie Garrard Bank & UllCKEii & DhnnnnPtnhu T YPEWRITBMO and DtiAlsaattisi BOOKKEEPING Trust Go. TELEGRAPHY OF HONOR. LeadingDealers IITH BUSINESS COUEBE nr in rtrrtutiM iiAtikiaat iMiiti, bimi 49 tea star man am nn uii1i litf irr Mt. LUMHILULU II. hJllTll.i.o avion. Uf They know he is iloinn business In a busievss liU way. open such an account even it your airairs are not .We. will Krow ull right. 1 lletter They rn The Garrard Bank & Trust Company ' The Central Record, Wednesday, Nov 28, 1917. I ON THE ITALIAN FRONT. "Fifty-Fifty- IMMM IlllimiUII "One of the Famous Five" All the world atnnda breathless while the lirnvu Italian army Is holding buck tbc devastating nrmy of the invading " I mmm cm um mmini miu to relieve the transportation pressure on the morm the Railroads the Merchants br using your car. passenger or commercial, more and more to help relieve the pressure on the nation's railroads, for the railroads are strained to the limit today to move man and merchandise. The one way to keep your automobile ready for your service day and night is to be sure that you have dependable tires. United States 'Uco Tread is not only the dependable, efficient, always-read- y tire, it is the tire of long mileage of low mileage cost, the tire of masterful anti-skiservice. Put United States 'Usco' Treads on your car make comparisons. d Ileautifut Italy, that fur hat been the soul of ait. IioIiJh within its grand cathedral and pnlncrs treafures left lv the old musters, and painting and lor these wonderful sculptures, as well as for their homeB. the people of I'aly are giving their life' lilood to peracrve these priceless gemi and works of nrl for humanity, In Venice the heautiful St. Marks pre-- 1 tents the strangest sight. It has lieen t sheathed from roof to ground in boards. the roof of which has been covered with .i.lie.itos, so that, even if hit by Hutu. ., Biscuits 'Use your car, passenger or com m tret at, more and Nation's railroads delivery and merchants service, " Ml N.t2.tttT frm I SAMUEL P. COLT United IS JSr", States mmmm, NoLI Tines Al.o 77r. frr Motor 'Chain' Are Ciood lires A . 'SX Cftt, IJiryiUa, and At roplan, TrurA., Alolor iSECSnXviYOT v wSAVrtSA. VntuJ Statri Tubet anJ AccJc-ri.- , Unit tt'tnh "J ll'-i- r Thai Malt Lent J Staitt J,l tht Sit '!? Ttti Sot rtmt Complete Stock of United States Tires Carried by Bex Oarage Common Seme Legal Decision, Cns'lsh decili:i lioliN that In view of iln known npnitltjr of yonng, unbroken mlt ulicti startled to rush iiImum and to l.lik. II Is neiMisenre to conduct such a eott along the hide way at night I j leading n mnre wlileli It was mcuitoi il to follow, without xeriirliig It In any way. so us to render its owner liable where the Colt, being startled by tlx llcht on n bicycle coming from the opnlte direction suddenly mil nenss tin- - road nod collided with and liiliire.1 tin- - ryclKt. A recent Few Real Dlue Flowers, IHue Is a scarce color In our gardens but ngerotuin. cornflower, baby blue-eyeSwan rler daisy anil Salpl-Klossl- s Mminta, anemone blnnda, some larkspurs, mine columbines and one or two Iris are ery good blue. Real Happiness. If this world affords true happiness It Is to be found In n home where love nml confidence Increase with year, where the necessities of life come without .ecro strain, where luxuries enter only after their cost has been We are tobt carefully conslden-d- . that wenlth Is lest of character few us have to submit to It. I'oierty of If Welt Located. An iuUertletneiit Is like tin "It trie Is the more usual test. It Is dllllcult fan; Jut keep It gum, .1110 .iccple are to be very pour and maintain one's 11 Hnve you tried "fifty-fiftbiscuits" IJnele Sam's latest bleu for saving A. U. HUAUSIIAW. Prop wheat flour In hot bread? You use two cupfuts of cornmeal, soy beans which Kxciusive . can he home ground, finely crushed Agent for pennitts, or rice flour In two eupfuls of v blte flour. you enn use one cup- Open Day and Night. Phone 66 Or ! ful of eornmenl nnd one cupful of Quick nnd Satisfactory Service. ground soy beans or crushed peanuts with Ihe wheat product. Von can tnnke "fifty-fifty- " mucins with one nnd one-hnl- f eupfuls of cook-i- d nnd mashed nwcet or Irish pntnto, The or cooked cereal, or ground soy benii", a bomb n fire may be avert'd. famous bronze horses thnt are so wide- to nn equal amount of flour. Then ly traveled have been removed from there-ar- e "fifty-fifty- " recipes for waftheir place over the main portal and ers nnd for cornmeal cookies. Office at Itainey'a Livery Stable. How to make nil these "fifty-fifties- " It will taken, it is said, to Florence. -ns well ns home methods for entire Lancaster. Kentuck) lie remembered that these horses have been for ages trophies of war. In the cornmeal gems nnd yenst breads and triumphal march of Nero thev looked rolls made In part of finely crushed peanuts, potato, soydown on ancient Home. Constantine bean mealsweet or Irishmade nt home Phone which can be OmceHour9l72t:;pn:ni 229. sent them to adorn the imperial hippo-- ' by grinding soy brans In n handmlll, from which rice, cornmeal, or cooked cereals, nro drome in Constaninople, place they were taken to Venice as described In detail In United States de- M. K. Dsnuy and W. A. Wlieele ppoils of war in the early part of the partment of agriculture circular No. A Doctors Of Dental Surgery. thirteenth century. In 1707 Napoleon 01, "Partial Substitutes for Wheat In took them to Paris but aftei the fall of llread Making." Here Is n sample re- Office: siornicfl RulldlngoTct Htm A Atfle biscuits the erneror they were restored to cipe the one for "fifty-fifty- " son's manure Store, Venice, Now they are on a secret is worked out by Ilnnnnh L. Wess-lln- LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. specialist In home demonstration journey the fate of which is Vet un work : known but u largo part of the world Two eupfuls corn meal, ground soy wishes them a safe and a sure return beans or finely ground peanuts, rice to their home on the sea. The interior flour, or other substitute. of St. Marks presents if possible a mote Two eupfuls white fiour. Nothing lias startling appearance. Four tonspoonfiils baking powder. been left undone to protect the mosaics, Two teaspoonfuls salt. for Men ami Boys. Best by test. Four tablespoonfiils shortening. th' sculptures, the glass, and the marLbpild sufficient to mix lo proper Every pair guaranteed. bles that these seafaring people have gathered fiom the corners of the globe consistency (1 to l'A cnpuls). Sift together the flour, meal, salt, Everything Hirtahle has been removed nnd baking powder twice. Have the to places of safety hut the splendid shortening ns cold as possible and cut windows and two tuarhle pulpits were It Into the mixture with a knife, finally imosfcihle to move so they have been rubbing It In with the hands. Mix ! rappfd in p'jdded (juilts and covert cl quickly with the cold liquid (milk, This tender care, sucli skim milk, or water), forming n fairly with sandbars. as a mother throws around her own, soft dough which can be rolled on the shows the appreciation and veneration board. Turn onto 11 lloiired board ; roll DIRECTOR Inch that is accorded their priceless treas- Into a sheet not over one-hal- t Ofllce Over National Hank. thick; cut Into rounds; place thee In ures by these peace loving people thai lightly floured biscuit tins (or shallow-pans)- , Residence I'hone 3. Office Phone 27 have turned soldiers and heroes loonier and mnke 10 to 12 minutes in n LANCASTER, KY. that they stop the destructive march of rather hot oven. If peanuts are used, the hungry hordes of the angry nortli the roasted nnd shelled nuts should bo finely crushed with a rolling pin. In making the Hour unit peanut biscuits the Hour and other dry Ingredients should be sifted together twice and then mixed thoroughly with the Rex Garage BUICK CARS Dr. Wm. D. Pryor, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. The Wayenherg Line of Work Shoes 0. C. COX, Manse.Ky J. A. Beozlev H. crushed peanuts. J. PATRICK, Dentist. Paint Lick, application of Sloan's l.inimrr.t brings rjuicl: relief. Norubbing. It penetrates. rnwwi s:w1 botlW. 75.. Wv JIIX). Kentuck v. Cold, rain, winds, mid dampness An br.i. :at the rheumatic allies. I POULTRY POINTERS I Crnte fattening Is practiced with good results by some farmers ' and when a large number of old hens are to be fattened the crate will be more satisfactory than the brood coop meth od. If there Is no other shade near the coops occupied by growing chicks, set the coops up from the ground on blocks so that the chicks can get under them and find protection from the sun. Never give spoiled food to young or old poultry, for It Is likely to polsiHi them or at least to cause digestive. troubles. He sure to clean the dishes In which you give milk to fowls or chicks at least once a day and disinfect them by scalillng. Otherwise, disease germ find In these dishes a very good place to multiply. It Is very essential to have the quar ters In which you keep the chickens sanitary, and also to feed sweet, clean food. An ounce of ereolln In one quart of keroseuo makes tin effective remedy for mite and Ileus. Applied to roosts, dropping boards and nests. It will de stroy and keep uway vermin. In making a change In rations for little chicks It Is better to be on the safe side und feed small grain Instead Honaker Fine Cut Flowers. uro to get wind of It Hosier. A. IMwiird Newton In the Atlantic. John M. McRoberts. J.E.EDWARDS, M.D Phone 36S-M tit BUCKEYE, KY. 8 HI TO THE ceo 8 I Hardy Flowering Plants ans Bulbs For Fall Planting worth of liartlv plants and bulbs for fall p'untiiu; POSTPAID- foronly $1.00. Write for nurticularsHndPREE FALL FLOWER HOOK, which tells what to plant, how to plant und when, to plant. -- Lancaster ww Tobacco Warehouse MGRS. SINGER, THE FLORIST of grains that are too large. HARRODSBURG, KY' ROUTE, P. Fumigation for mites Is not very satisfactory, Inasmuch ns thu poultry houses are not built sufficiently tight for this method of eradication. Rail Road', There Is nothing better for the growing chick than plenty of green feed. Ky. Tin large body lice on fowls are best destroyed by the use of lice olnt ment which Is applied to a certain part of the hen, or by filling the plum No. 10 Cincinnati Express, ago full of powder which d.iily 4:30 a.m . can bo obtained from (Miultry No. 4 SoutheVn Danville, North-houn- supply-dealers- Spe- I II I 8 y m STANFORD STREET. C. A. SPEITH COMPANY, We Pay the Highest Market Price and Unload the Same Day. No Commission Charged. Phone 308. 1 BRANCH HOUSE AT MORELAND AND PAINT LICK; RY. (1:03 n.m. cial, daily The little mites which stay In the woodwork of the house and attack the No. 28 Illuo Grass Special. daily except Sun...ll:08 n.m. fowls at night can be destroyed by painting thu roosts und near-bNo. 14 Carolina Special, woodwork frequently with liquid daily 7:00 u.m or even with kerosene. No. Local Express, dally 1:35 p.m. No. - Cincinnati Limited, Cheerfulness Overdone. daily 5:20 p.m No. 12 Royal Palm, daily.. 5:37 p.m. They lived In the sumo road and had tuet on u hoiucwurd-houncar. The No. 5 L o c ii I Express, conversation turned to their neighbors. daily 11:05 n.m. " Mr. Hobliisou said, In reply No. 11 Royal Palm, lally..ll:20 a.m. to the remark of Ids friend that Mrs. Ncxdoor was "u wonderfully sweet-- J No. 1 Now Orleans Lim ited, dally 11:35 n.m. tempered woman." "So cheerful und sunny, always looking ou thu bright No. 13 Carolina Special, daily side," went on the friend enthusiastic10:15 p.m. " ally. said Itubluson, "Hut No. 3 Spe she rather overdoes that 'bright side" cial, daily 11:35 p.m. business. The other night I was there, No. 0 V lorida Spo- und Neidoor you know how d clal, daily 11:52 p.m. ho Is put thu lighted end of his cigar In his mouth. He sprung No. 27 Dlue Grass Spe cial, daily except into the air like u niustung, and choked Sunday, arrives.. 8:15 p.m. In his endeavor to swallow Ids For rates, routes and information menu. Might In tho midst of It all Mrs. Nexdoor remarked blandly: 'How call upon or address M. J. Coughlln, fortunate you were, dearest, to dis- agent; 'phone 340. ,. cover It ut once,' ' g fi2south-boun"Ye-cs,"Ye-es,absent-minde- The Central Record. Wednesday, Nov 28 !9I7. An Exchange of Love Letters Bj RICHARD MARKELY (CupyrUhl, HIT, Wrsttra KtKipsptr Union.) A ill J, I A . A J warnu andiss?s sp.iei-fo-r Jfarmer's column! Ihlt hrmtlnKK lot lh ricla of our urmrr iiliictUrtri. ant li for ot clock, Rimti snl tuch (Mug on the (urm s t ! Urmrr mnnul nfTord to Mftvtr tl.p. No notice 'ill I le arerplnl oi.r lour llnr. unit will iHtonlrtti Iwo U.ti ol ihp conn, Irre ol elmriv ita iit spc lrlo jects, without thought of anything tender between us, now for the llrst time I was drawn to her In a lovelike way. My visits not only grew more frequent but emotional. Not long after this I was culled uway mid strange to say, I fell to writing love letters to her. I returned and a regular courtship was Inaugurated Unit ended In We were engaged u an engagement. year and since I was frequently absent, there were more lovo letter. I declared that I had nlways Intendedshould I marry that I would only murry one who possesed every virtue. Miss Chultincli replied that she hud always in erred that she would only marry the most honorable of mvu. I mention these two among the many laudations that parsed between us because we soon falsltled !hem. Chulllnch .suddenly became angered with me. It would be Impossible to state the reason of one who would not answer u note I hud written from a club becuu.u some wretch had shown, or was said to have shown, all over his club, :i letter receded from a girl. In fait, I never Miss Mury Chnlllnch niul I were frlcniR It itlil not occur to 1110 Hint we would lovers. I had no thought of marrying, nml If I should marry 1 presumed t tint I woulil mate with u heavenly creature ultogcther too good for imy 111.111, except myself. Olio morning t wrote, from my club, n note to Mary, asking tier for some I waited Information she possessed. some lime for n reply and not recclv-Iii- r upon her wltli n view to one culled learn the reason for tier silence. "Your note was written from your cluli." slip said. "I never write n uiiiu to Ills club." "Why not?- - I nsked. "HecaiMo u Rlrl friend of mine wrote u man, addressing her letter to lilt cluli, and lie showed It nil over the club." Of all the reasons for such u rudeness that I ever hrurd this uus the mot remnrkuble. Why she argued that I would show her letter "all over my cluli" because some one else hud ucted thus brutally I could not Imagine. Why is It that these stupidities of women attract rather than Unet us men? I don't know, hut up. to tliU time while I had liked to chut with Miss Clialflncli on substantial sub- For Side milk cow, H. I), Corhrnn, I - l. . KOUSAKK Vive lio houses, three sows nnd pigs nml one milk cow, Currey Itobinaon. For Sale -- A few extrn good Mnm. moth Ilrorzo Turkeys. I'hone 4(U Mrs Jns Sutton, llrynnUville, Ky. For Snlc-Althree dozen White Leghorn hens, l'hono J7-- J llryantsville ex. Mrs J. 0. Doty, Mrkabury. Ky. Strayed from my plnce Inst week, a black, bob tailed sow, weighing about 1W tHiunds. Iteward if returned to M. Teater, Lancaster Kv. Stinved from my place about 10 days ago n bay horse. lt hands high, scarred knees, and star in forehead; also n bay jearling colt with spot in forehead. Anv information will bo appreciated, V. F llrlckey or Ixigan Scott, Iluena Vista. Ky. Clearance Sale of Suits j With Exceptionally f$g VaIucsFor Womn In prepnrinfl for Winter in our Apptm Srrctimis uu find it tli proper showing for our itn meuo stock of Furs 1 nm-ssnr- to condense, our Suit Department ami cnliirtfe our Therefore, thesu quick sellinj; .trices on nenrly two (minimi liamlMinu: suits in most wanted styles and materials. All $19.50 and $22.50 Suits now 011 Sale at $14.75 These fashionable Suits are developed of such popular fabrics n- Hurt-li('loth, St'rg or Gab inline, in Ur.iwn. Green, Heetroot. Nnvy and Black. Some are trimmed with velvet bui kles and buttons; others with new shaped convertible collars, novelty pockets and box pleated backs. Anopportunity to secure n splendid all wool Suit at an abMinledli low price STANFOItO Mrs. W. S. Fish i. visiting h. r Craig Kih. at liuisville. nn. All $25.00 and $27.50 Suits now on Sale at $19.50 All $29.50 and $32.50 Smts now on Sale at $25.00 All $35.00 and $45.00 Suits now on Sale at $29.50 This !s Coat Tim And The Coats Are Her Specially Pxiced at "William Veager. of CUveland. Ohio, is here with relatives nnd friends. Mrs. Itusell '. Itrown. of I,il.rtv is visiting Dr. ami Mrs. K J. Itrown. Mrs C. Ilnys Foster nnd littledaugh. ter ami guests of her parent, nt Tine, ville. Mrs J. 0. MeCUrt- - lui. I...., Sj her son. Ktlitnr Shellon M Saullev. at h Itichmond. p Miss Susan Fisher Won is the cne.t i $15.00. $19.50. $25.00, $29.50 and $35.00 & Wiseman h,of her sister, Mrs. Samuel II ;. At prices Iwtfisitiinjj as low as Sl.TUOwe are showing Coats which Mt. Sterling. Mr Arderson at is the M. measure up to the rigid Welsh Haughman Co. standard of quality, guest of his daughter. Mrs. Shelton Saufley at liirhmnrxl. i ' workmanship and style. uwirtuiilty to examshould liavo 1 ine ih.,su she wt.'1'1 ri'lur" 10 .orcepied this urrank.""11'"1 lmtl "Breed ...... .'..,,,. day afternoon. ffn j,, .it exactly understood hir reason. Well, where lovers face out the Ilrst thing to bo done Is to return tluxe heartfelt laudations of each other commonly culled love letters. Mury Clialflncli wroto mu u curt note: "1'Ieuse send mo every scrap I ever wrote you. I have not the slightest doubt you will read what I have been silly enough to write you to ull your friends." This from the girl who bad called me the most honorable of men I It (,J not nn- - 6 made me mad not pry, but mad. I wrote her: "l'lease send mo my letters. In the hands of 1 such tin Irrational persou they lire M not safe." This to the girl who I itd ibj said possessed every virtue. She re- - n pljed that on no uccouut would sheiC, Sive up wlmt she possessed till Mie hud received wlmt I poiscsscd. a And so we were at a deadlock. I next prepared that the exchange be made through some houorable woman such us I hud supposed her to lie, a to which she protested that au honorable woman would naturally be trustful us he hud been and I would trick her, getting back my letters and keeping those for which they were to be exchanged. IK I paid no further attention to the mutter, making no reply to Mury's sug- 'K gestion. I reud wlmt she wrote me but did not deign to reply. I'luully ! ihe proixi'.ed that I bring her letters 1 to her home; bhe would meet me at th ' 'rent door with mine; the exchange might tnl.e place there. I could go uway, uud she hoped she might nev er see me aguln. I replied that unless I might have rr. opportunity to.examlnu what the returned to mo I would have no a my letters; nt "'"t "ley ull my letters. So I demly rate, clined 'lvr proposition. t. After . I'rlrf slleneo Mury wrotu luo would bring the letters I thut I If ' -- Miss Mnrv Moor,. Itnney, of will sp-- nd Thanksgiving here with homefolks There is n wonderful assortment of clever new models to select (mm in such fashionnule fabric as Uolivia, Broadcloths, Pom Coins and Wool Velours, in beautiful shudes of Taupe, Beetro.it. Kheindeer, Blue, Brown, Gteen, Nuvy and Black. Pokin U iL fu As N. Menefee of Camp pnt llie week-en- d with hoinefnlks .1 Capt. Zach-nr- y Taylor. here I) j i sirs. Arthur Collet is the guest of parents, M,-- nnd Mrs. A. J. at Huitonville. Mis Jennie Dunran has been the i guest of her ncices, th Mines War- sen for n few days. Miss Judith James Daniels, of Latv j caster, Ims been the guest ot her sister Mrs Frank Phillips. Her Wed-,ill- They are cut on he generous full lines of the season, trimmed with baits and buttons and those big luxurious collars and cuffs ore so much In vogue this season. Miss Lissa llnltzclaw, of Caldwell nign oenoni itichmond will spend Thanksgiving at home. Mrs. J. A. Ilesztey Bmi daughter. Miss Mildred, of Lsncaiter. t Sal. :urday with Mrs. Will IUy. sn.-n- All Dresses and Skirts at Greatly Reduced Prices. chauy Mi:iur j neu I J operation nt . Our entire stock of Silk anil Serge Dresses go on sale icinonow ininiiit rit yon know, the Lest values are nlways sold lirst, mi it will be advisable to shop early. underwent an Hospital last was nhV to l.e brought home Saturday and is doing nicely. - Mr- ' C. Lynn, who Hie Danville 50 Serge Dresses selling regularly up to $16.50, at $ 9.75 30 Serge Dresses selling regularly up to $22.50, at $15.00 25 Serge Dresses selling regularly up to $27.50, at $19.75 ALL SILK DRESSES AT LIKE REDUCTIONS. Steonr Harguin Tnbler for special values in Ladies' Silk Georgette and Crepe lie Chene Waists, lei-an- Hubert Carpenter, who has been in training nt Ft Harrison, tti appointment of First l.ieut t list week, to the delight of his inanv friends here Lieut. Carpenter is the vnunger son of tlr. H, ,i j G. Ciirpenter of this city. : $4.93 and $5.95. at $2.SC. .$3.95 MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S COATS AT A BIS SAVING YOU ARE INVITED TO ATTEND OUR News has been received here of the death or Mrs. Sue Holme in Dium. right Okla. Saturday She was for-- ; merlv of Crab Orchard, but had lived j in this city some years ago and made many friends here who are grieved by her death. She was railed to Oklahoma from Ciiiib Orchard some months ago by tin! illness of her graml'daughtcr. The body will b brought to Crab for interment this week. Two brothers, J. II. nod It. L. Collier SSS;! nelf and pledges to love me always i that would weigh sometliiug i uue u iozen pounds, and carried tlii-n- up to 1io front door. A inuld received mo Hid inhered me Into u little reception room, where I hud douo hours of lourtlug with her mistress. There before u blazing wood flro stood Mary, rolled In what bad nlways beeu u fuvorlto costume with me, uud looking what I had considered her l. u very during our correspondence Her wearing that costumo uloie ludlcutcd that the farce was played to the climax. I dropped my burden und udvuuclug, took her la my uruis. Then kIiiiiil' mi 11 sofa on which wo had there wa9 In .3 Christmas Opening-FridaWELSH y, Nov. 30th. I WiSEMi DANVILLE, Code of Ucauty. , Personal Stationery Should be Engraved or Embossed oowadays. It reflects flood taste and ,at once creates a favorable impression. KENTUCKY. t$ZtMM h.a vo ook nn the couruuln where It had been dropped several weeks before , ho without reterr.nB tc. the cause quarrel or to the cicuungo of lettirs. Why is It that the most Important r, w n wniniin a - mu event iin a uuu should bo jumbled up wltli so nonseuse? . Surgleal Triumph Over'LockJaw. .. form of lockjaw In ii young glr". New York surgeons performed an operation affecting the muse es of the tower jaw, and nen . , urn. w 'or ,h;,t M t '' the Jaw in n""" , re. weeks . ... fen the npp I mu i ,.i . tnnveu. u u uiubcivq , Our code nnd schedule of beauty very formal affair. j often fee.I. n Hher .ve n re ufr.ild or ashamed to hu , l. r , ....1,.l...tu V r mtWiw ..... the ' , ,. lt ' iriingiy,.iuurii' . ,,.,i ,i. " ,,,. or W8 .. Ua. C. Ueusoil. Insufficiency of Famj. Hubert Louis .Stevenson, says the Philadelphia ltcconl, was not the only celebrity who hud found fume rathei Illllll KT1IINIIIIII 1111 1II'1IIIV.I1.I1. 1 1IUI1. he wnde. Mhat (lladstone was ,, , f itU ton fcchooner und the coins to keep It mi. I know n lltllo about fame now; It's no good compared to u yacht.' , ,y Another Thing to Remember, Willie nnd his mother hud been visiting their nunt In tho count:) After returning, his mother was telling onu of her frliluN over the phone how homelike her mint's house wus. Willie was taking In the conversation and, speaking up. Mild: "Mamma, don't forget to tell her huw homely uuutle wus, too." Suppose you come and sec the mn Seautiful samples we have and get our prices. Tt-iu I Central Record, t