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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): December 6, 1917 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1917 cen1917120601_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): December 6, 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 r LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, DECEMBER 6. 1917. WROTE WILL ON PHOTO. A soldier's will written on the lack of his sweetheart's photograph was probated in London tho other day. Ho had simply written, "In the event of my death, I leave all my effects, including all my money, to this oung lady". The will wbi dated April, and the soldier was killed two .nontlis Inter at Ypren. The government turned the photograph over to tho detectives at Scotland Yard, who found the origins!. NUMBER 39. 3 Our line of stoves Stoves d BFlilE1 For Sale -I- 'inno. Apply nt this office. LARGE TURNIPS AND PUMPKIN. I)i. W. I). I'ryor brought to this n few days ago two large turnips, raised by Mr. Hiram Hay, of this countv, that weighed six pounds each. They are the largest we have seen this year. Mr. George llallnrd is the champion pumpkin raiser, having brought in one that tips the beam nt 55 pounds and was it perfect specimen. of-fi- Vim JVM fH9 M complete, consisting of the The ti.lmccn market rper.td nt Lexington last Monday; at Danville, last Tuesday nnd nt Itichmond eslerdny, with the highest nvcrages ever recorded in the history of the tobacco markets in Kentucky. A complete line of Pipe, Elbows, Dampers,etc Common crades of tobacco hnve In- We manufacture our pipe and can make any crcned over lust year about 100 per cent while the better crudes or the desired shape. wrappers hnve only mlvHiired about 60 ier cent. It is estimated that Gar rard county will produce about six millions pounds this year, and nt the present market the entire crop will SPLENDID LECTURE. average nearly 30 cents u pound or a Thosrt who intended the lecture at total of nearly two million dollars will LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. the court house IhsI Monday night, go into the pockets of the farmers of given by Dr. Alexander Johnson, under this county alone. i IE the auspices of the Woman'., Club, on the condition of the Keeble Miided in TURKEY SERVED Kentucky were well entertained by the speaker, who seemed to have his aub-jeSOLDIER BOYS, well prepared, as he has made u WE HAVE A NICE LINE OF V study of such conditions during the That the Lancaster boys were well 1:1 entire past year. taken care of for their Thanksgiving A plan is now being agitated through dinner is vouched for in it letter from out Kentucky, to have the next Legis- our friend. Hen Wood, who is now a lature to pass a law, segregating the Mess Surgeant at Camp Zachriuh Tay unfortunates, in a home where they lor. In his letter to the Kecord hesays (!) !!! will be well cared for and lievu the "I am sending you a menu of our state of the 175, a year it now pays to- Thanksgiving dinner. Some of tre 3 ward their support. Garrard countv people ar under the impression that we don't have any Ready-To-We- ar thing to eat down here and glunce at (!) THRIFT STAMPS. our menu will make some of them wish St-prices. Uo meet coinpeiiiion our lini' mill tfet There were many patriotic people that "Uncle Sam" was feeding them, ij Your trade is very much apiireclnted. thruout our country who for lack of for he is some "Uncle" believe me." (!) funds could not participate in the glor"I made up the bill of fare and It ious privilege offered in the Liberty was prepared by Mike Simpson, Hollis ft Loan llonds, one ot the means of finan- Wnrren and myself, all of whom are cing our part of tin; World Wnr. Now getting to be experts. LANCASTER. KY "Lieut. Hurry Ware was our honored a wise government has developed a new plan in which everyone can take a guest for dinner and he pronounced it part. This ideu grows out of a sense. the best he ever ate." The menu follows; of justice to the great American peonje Itoast Turkey Ilread Dressing in allowing even the smallest to do his Old Newspapers for sale Cranberry Sauce, Celery bit for his country, proving nguin that GOOD HINISTREL. ltoa.il I'ork Scalloped Oysters this is not one man's war nut belungs at this office. A good crowd turned out to hear the tc every individual. Candied Yams, Mashed Potatoes - W. C T. U. wi'l meet Saturday Vocel minstrel last Monday night and '1 Mince meat pie. Sliced Peaches In addition to encuuroging patriotism all who saw it spenks in glowing terms this new act also encourages thrift, a Caramel Cake Coffee llrend Fruit. attrruoon at 'i'M. of the entertainment. It will probably He adds that he served 119 men and puml feeding return for another engagement some new lesson that America needs to learn. KOK SAI.Ki A Thrift Stamp sells for twenty-fivthat the total dinner cost $125. K. Itooinson. CkkhI ones. J. cattle time during the next year. cents and are on sale at the I 'oat Office. It is hoped that the The llApttit l.adics Aid Society will RETURNS uf many families will be in- VICTOR BOGEART have a llaiaar nnd IxchaiiKf DecemFINED FOR ASSAULT. 1017 St. vested in these stumps, the amount of ber 8th. After Trip To Europe. Charged with a breach of the pence. which will be returned to them later, For Kent for January, February and Story llerruu wu fined $1(1 and cost in and in the meantime help win the war. nil March. 1U1H. six mom cottuce with This canip-tigis to continue a year Mr. Victor Dogcart, of Lexington, He asthe (Kilice court Inst week. Call at tlii ollice. convenience. saulted llurton Stipp, apparently with- with the expectation of raising $2,000, who lectured in Lancaster last spring nnd gave n grupic description of the Young Stapp is 000,000.00. out any provocation. Ovt r ono million dollars, sinking of Louvain, has since that h son of County Judge elect. Koiest Iuturanrt.- written, nut time made another visit to his native Stapp, while young llerrun is u son of Oi.e diisutisfird customer CIRCUIT COURT NEWS country. While there he was received Marshall, I, K llerrun. Guinea, tin- - Iniurancu Man. Work in the Circuit Court has been by the King nnd in this audience he Wunt Home lobacco grower donate progressing slowly, but during the past told him of the sympathy of the AmerADVISORY BOARD tobacco stalks foi thu uruns in the week several commonwealth cases and ican people and assured him that thev nark? There, ii rut money available to Attorneys it. II. Tomlinson, (I. C. ii number uf civil cases have been (lis- - would not muke peace unti' the wrongs ami we pay for thia untied fertilizer of his little country had been righted. Walker and J. K. Itobinson have been losed of. hope lhat Milne lirowit will feel inter- apkiinted as a legal While in Lngland, Mr. Hogeart had The grand jury has returned about a advisory board for ested enoeuli (o do this little hit in the the selective draft. These- gentlemen, dozen indictments, mostly for misde- the privilege of visiting his eon who interest of public improvement. together with practically everv lawyer meanors. This body will probably ad- had been wounded on the Ilelgian front. in Lancaster have volunteered their journ finally tomorrow. One of the most important commonservices to assist the men subject to ATTENTION REGISTRANTS. ill tilling out their questionnaires wealth cases tried during the past Unlimited umouiit of money to loan dralt Take Warning And Read This Carefully. and to render their any other advice week, was the case of the Commonen kowI farim. Can be paid olf any should need. wealth against George Uroadus, color time. No loan fee charged. Alk about thev ed, vhurged with criminal libel. Uroad A letter to the local County Exemptills NEW plun. us lives in the 1'aiut Lick section of the tion Hoard, from Adjutant General. 1). A. THOMAS. TEACHERS SALARIES. county and does nut bear a very good J. Tandy Ellis, says; Insurance. Ileal Kslatc. "AH registrants should furnish their State Superintendent V. (). Gilbert, reputation lie having be-- n in court un in a letter to Miss Jennie Iliggins, our several previous occasions charged with Local Hoards with their present ad CONFERENCE. EFFICIENCY countv superintendent, reiranlini? the the illicit sale uf liquor. dress, if it has been changed from the lie was uiuicieti at tne September address given on the registration cards, salaries of the tenchers, says there was Kev. (iiore A. Joptin and Mlas noted throughout the State fur not (iifllrient money in the Mate treas- j term, charged with writing an insult so that Questionnaires, which will be their Hible School work, will cumtuct ury to mi v the November salary, but ing letter to a Mrs. rloyd, a respect gin to be mailed. Dec. 15th, 1917. will who lives also in that reach such registrants without delay, nn Efficiency Conference at thu Chris- holies to meet this obligation by the able white tian church next Tuesday and Wcdnes-da- y last of this week. He also Buys that 'section. In the letter he proposed II' Registrants are bound by law to keep afternoons and evenings. Thia is he hopes by the last ot December to legul and improper relations, and many themselves advised of all the proceedthought the penalty he lece'ved was a ings in respect of them and failure to In the interest of all Ilibla bcIiooIs of pay nil salaries for tliul month. light one. However he drew u tine of Co so, may result in their losing right the county and it la hoped that it will $500, and u jail sentence of nine mouths, be well alienueu. to claim exemption or discharge." RICHMOND DAILY cases lliu luliowing commonwealth Section 2ti8 of the Selective Service If there is r nyone in Itichmond. that were disHed of duung the pust week. Registration, says this to Registrants SOME RABBITS. Commonwealth vs. Hen .Moberly, fur "lou are required by law to return isn't proud of the Richmond Dally Keg- Mr. William Wliltaker, who lives in Ister, that Shelton Sauftey is handing horse stealing wus given twu years in the Questionnaire lilted out in accord the Uuckvye section of thu county, them every morning, they should move penitentiary. ance with instructions contained here Same vs. John lieuzley 'for having in, within seven days from date of this takes the rat; oil the bush when It com-v- i out uf town. Wo don't believe such is to bsjjRintf the "molly cotton tails". the case however, for thu merchants liquur in possession for purpose uf sale, notice. Failure tu do so is a misdeIn three lights last week he caucht In are patronizing it heavily and with such was lined $100 and cost und a jail sen- meanor punishabln by fine or imprisontraps and snares 22S rabbits and took a formidable start, we predict that Its tence of 10 days. ment for onu year and may result in Gvorgo Miller charged with false the loss of valuable rights and in im them to the Lexington market where success is assured. If Saulley can not at 30 cents each. mako it u success it's useless for any- swearing, was found not guilty. he disposed of them mediate unduction into military service" Commonwealth vs. lion Iloatright, He said it waa'nt very kooU weather one else to attempt it. Local attorneys have volunteered charged with U, S. L. forfieted his their services to help the registrants in for rabbits either.. bond and was fined $50 and 10 days in making out these questions and ansWANTED. jail. wering them and beginning Dec. 15th., FOR SALE Same vs. Wesley Ilsger, charged forty-fivGood fat turkeys, from Dec, 6th, to a day will be sent out until the entire 900 names have been exDandy business house right on pub-li- e 18th. (Jet thorn in early as prices are with gambling, fined $100 and costs. Same vs. Jesse Elmore for selling hausted. Thia will mean that It will I'rice liable to drop. Will pay highest maraquare, rents for H60.00. liquor, lined $50 and a 10 day jail ket price. tike about twenty daya for the work $1,600.00. Ask about It quickly. to be done, handling 45 men a day. II. IS, Northcott. D. A. Thomas Heal Estate Agency. Majestic Range, Cast Ranges, Hot Blast Heaters, Cannon and Great MOORMAN CALLED Laundry Stoves. At n meeting of the Hoard of Ollicrs of the Christian church yesterday ufter-tiooKev. J. It. Mooreman, of St. Joseph, Mo , was unanimously called to accept the the pastorship of the Lancaster Christian church. Tho cnll will be ratified by the members of this church next Sunday morning. Itev. Monreninn was in the city lut September and while here made many friends, who were tavornhly impressed with him as a apeakor mid predict that his work here will be successful. Dr. Mooreman is 31 years of age, has nn estimable wile and one rhild, all uf whom will received a hearty welcome upon their advent in our midst TOBACCO MARKET 7 is a revelation efficient and economical home heating. It has no nines and but one remitter. It sends warm air bv natural circulation throuch drawing the whole house, down at the same time the re air through a DroDcrlv con- turn W structed channel to be heated agsin and restored to the circulation. There Is absolutely no heat waste in this method, lust as a livimr serins constantly pours up fresh cool water j the rnace Pipeless The Caloric Fur- - OPENS HIGH, BRIE The Original Patented Pipeless Furnace ft constantly pouring up revitalized warm air. lta at natural at nature itself and very economical of fuel. Trio Calorie it positively gut" "teed a reduce your fuel bill by third at lent, and the double ribbed firepot (500 aquare inthea more radiating surface than other CatptA$) for five ye ax a tohd service. V hy waste heat in Ions;, coU pipes and wall Hues Why not rend It directly up where you hva and need It) That'a common sense and economy. Hundreds of satisfied usera tay the Caloric U a heating wonder, and you wdl agree if you install it. Let ut show it to you. O I11SIP Conn Brothers. Hsselden Bros iririri Ell Odd 1 w. Funeral Lancaster, Office Phone 18. UGliiEY Director and Embalmer. ."Kentucky. Residence Phone 33. I I I Sweaters, Underwear, Hats, Gaps Rain Coats, Boys Clothing, I Men's Coats and Pants. Ladies Hats. 'ir I l! I Sander's Variety Store. I THAT CHEAP. EOOE need attention. It will be ruined before Spring. LET US SELL YOU THE PAINT h- e weekly-saving- s iWcRobertrS Drun Storfi - Bargains In y i - BUGGIES That Give Satisfaction. THORNHILL I loans"on7arms. WAGONS Run Composition & Metal Roofing S'eel and Galvanized. Has no saDd h0es and is easy to put on lighter - Last Longer (!ra-lia- Let us show you. I la-- y, Harness The Very BEST fa" That Money Buy. House Paint The Best on the Market and at a price that will please you. Turning Plows That Run Linseed Oil Not Cotton Seed but the Right And Guaranteed. Are purest of Linseed Oil. HORSESHOEING KokomO Wire Fence The kind that Slays when put up and REPAIR Department is very complete. does your horse forge? We have the best sboer in town STOVES Lancaster, RANGES e W. J. ROMANS. Kentucky. t. The Central Record, Thursday, Dec 6 ! 9 7. 1 ( I SELL YOUR TOBACCO WITH TELEPHONE 97. j I MADISON TOBACCO INCORPORATED WISE CO. 4 3rd Street, L. & A. Depot, Richmond, Kentucky. I LOOSE LEAF TOBACCO MARKET THE PIONEER LARGEST FLOOR SPACE 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. I 1 I I I I s 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. T. 5 i i I FREE STALLS J. CURTIS, VICE-PRESIDEN- T. FIRE INSURANCE W. C. BENNETT. SECRETARY TREAS. SQUARE DEAL TO ALL. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. LANCASTER BANKER'S ELATED. FRIENDS "Twelve years ago I became afflicted with stomach trouble which steadily became worse until two years ago I frequently became prostrated with colic My doctors attacks and bloating. wanted to operate for Kali stones. I wished to avoid an operation and on advice of a friend tried Mayr's Wonderful Remedy with excellent results us since taking it about 2 years ago my disappeared. trouble has entirely It is u simple harmless preparation that removes the catarrhal mucous from the intestinal tract, and allays the which causes practically all stomach, liver and intestinal ailments, including appendicitis. One dose will convince or money refunded. R. E. McRoberts, Druggist. LEVEL GREEN. Mr and Mrs S. M. Robinson spent Sunday in Iierea. Miss Anna Mae Green who has been visiting in Richmond and Lexington for the past five weeks, has returned home Mr and Mrs W. H. Srdith, Mr and Mrs li. G. Smith and Ur. and Mrs Smith spent Thanksgiving with Mr and John M. Smith. Mr and Mrs R. C. Boain. Mr and Mis John M. Smith and Mr Jas E. Smith were the pleasant guests of Mr and Mrs W. II. Smith. Sunday. Mrs Jas A Moore entertained on last Thursday at an elegant six o'clock dinner. In honor of her cousin, Miss Anna Mae Green. Those present were Mr S. Neville Todd, Mr and Mrs Edgar Todd and Mr and Mrs Will Taylor. BUCKEYE Mr. A. C. Miles is in Lawrenceburg Sun-da- with relatives, Mr. and Mrs. T. 0. Hill spent with Mr. and Mrs. II. M. Kurtz. Messrs R. W. Sanders and Herbert Wliittakcr were in Richmond last week. Miss Zula Calico has gone to McCrearv county fora two weeks visit with friends Mrs. Jesse Hill. Mrs. T. O. Hill and and son Sinillie were in Danville, Saty urday. Misses Barbara Gulley and 11a Hill spent Suturday night with Miss I'attle Long. Mr. and Mrs. Meade Teater and family spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Mai Carter. son, Sunday. Mesdames King, Fletcher, Barr and TON OPERA HOUSE. Marsee attended the quilting given by Mrs. S. L. Layton, Friday. Mr. U. M. Burgess of Taint Lick and Klaw and Erlanger's Stupendous ProducMr. Hobart Smith of Lexington npeiit Thursday with Mr. U. L. Fletcher. tion Of Gen. Lew Wallace's Famous Mrs. Joshua Floyd and daughter and Story To Be Shown On Dec. 12-1Mrs. Ida Leister andchildren ore spending a few days with their sister, Mm James Tierson. Klaw and Erlangcr's splendid production of Gen. Wallace's famous "Ben Hur", with cast, scenery and equipment equal to any of those that He Removed the have made it the most notable play for Danger Signal nearly two decades, begins an engagement at the Op ra House, Lexington. N. T., Wednesday and Thurulay evenings, Frank W. Sherman, write.: "I nuttercd with kidney trouble, had a tired reeling In my back, did not Dec. 12th and 13th, with a matinee on have any nmbltlon nnd felt all tired out. Thursday. 1 used Foley Kidney I'llla and In a few days beiran to (eel better, and now E "Ben Hur" appeals alike to habitual have entirely recovered and have had theatre-goer- s and those who seldom no return of my painful nymptoms."-One cannot help becoming nervous seek enjoyment in theatre offerings. THE BEST TEST nnd feeling tired and worn out Hheit the kidneys fall to filter and throw ouc It is unlike any other production befuie cf tho system the poisonous waste mat- the public today, its success has been Is The Test Of Time. ter that causes Kidney troubles and . bladder ailments. Uackacha Is ono of Nat Ore's dancer unprecedented. In u spectacular sense aro clogged Years ago this Lancaster resident elcnals that tho kidneysoften followed "Hen Hur" has been acclaimed the up and Inactive. It Is by rheumatism, or most magnificent and elaborate stage told of good results from using Doan'a urinary disorders, annoying bladder unputty swelllncs Kidney Tills. Now Mrs. C. T. Brum-me- tt der the eyes, swollen ankles and. pain- entertainment ever shown and the present production will be, in the most of Crab Orchard St.. confirms the ful Joint". Foley Kidney nils get right at tho former statement say there has been rourca oftotrouble. They Invigorate tho minute detail, identical with the forkidneys healthy action and when tho mer New York productions. kidneys properly perform their funcno return of the trouble. Can Lancastions the poisonous wasto matter 14 imprcseiveness Tho religious and ter people ask for more convincing eliminated from tho system. dramatic power of Gen. Wallace's wontestimony? STORMES DRUG STORE. derful novel have been preserved with Mrs. Brummett, sajs; "My kidneys faithfulness and dignity by William were out of order and I had pains thru Young, who made this stage version, MAIMSE. my back. At times I was nervous. while the incidental music anil chorus, Doan's Kidney I'ills muds me feel much Mrs Faulkner has bfjen very sick. written especially by Edgar S. Kelly, better and stronger in every way." Mrs J. I!. Woods Is very sick with a gives added charm to the performance. (Statement given February 0, 1912) More than 250 persons uru einnloved cold. LASTING BENEFIT. On Novemwhich Most every one have colds and sore in this studendous production, ber 17 191G, Mrs. Brummett said; "1 have had no return of kidney trouble throats around here. Use goose grease includes 11 strong dramatic cast, a large chorus of trained voices, u ballet of exsince Doan's Kidney Tills cured me. I Mr Robert Anderson spent Sunday pert dancers and scores of extra people know they are n good remedy and I with Mr Edmon Roston. who add greatly to the general effect. often recommend them to others." Mr A. T. Bowling and son, Maurice, Besides, there are twenty horses for Foster-Milbur- n 00c, at all dealers. were tho guest of Mr ard Mrs Bowling tho wonderful chariot race in which Co.. Mfgrs. Buffalo. N. Y. Sunday evening. there ore Ave contestants. The management requests that pat M.iss Cleone McWhortcr of Middle-bur- g College was the week end guest ions of this fine spectacle be in their Stony Point of her parents. seats by 8 o'clock in the evening and at 2 o'clock at the matA splendid Thanksgiving sennun was Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Lee visited his preached ut the Tresbyterian church inee which takes place on Thursday, parentR Sunday. Miss Mary Ilarr spent the week end last Thursday, by Rev Ellis, of Taint Tho spectacle of the Star of Bethlehem, which is the (list scene, requires that Lick. with home folks. the entire auditorium be darkened and Mr. WilBon Rogers made a business it will bo impossible .o seat anyone untrip to Lexington the past week. BOOKKEEPING til after that prelude is over. BuslneM.PhonoariDhy Misses Mary and Jennie Barr spent Trices range from 50c up to $2.00 in TYPEWRITING and Sunday with Miss Tear! Spurlock, tax. TELEGRAPHY addition to warwhen accompanied Miss Hazel Arnold of Paris Is visiting with mjyUUMEUCQLLnE Mailorders, Miss Brunette Arnold. her cousin, remittances, with an enclosed Its Ih.UisI fcaa wm.rn.rm nt siMrUiiM In mrr ADtlW envelope stamped for reply, Miss Lucile Lackey spent a few days ts4 tDfcifl nd worn a for rmrrvt-- v MsnrfttlBf tO.UK twin. l0 40 mrt rinlr now, UirmritLUVH H. ITU,LfttuftB, H?, will be filled on receipt. last week with Miss Fannie Dowden. Mr. and Mrs Mac Brock and little son George spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Long. Miss Miriam Nolana spent Thanksgiving with friends in Lexington and a few days with hoThe folks in Richmond. Rev. D. F. Sebastain will fill his regular appointment here Saturday afternoon at 2.30 and Sunday morning at 11 o'clock.. Mr. W. II. Gulley and family were called to Richmond Tuesday by the sudden death of his mother, Mrs. Gulley. Mesdames L. F. Brown and R. W. Sanders, Misses Minnie Pearl Brown and Barbara Gulley were in Danville Tuesday, shopping. The ladies missionary society will meet Thursday Dec. 14th at the home of Miss Zula Calico, and Miss Ha Hill will lead the meeting. Miss Cora Fletcher and brothers visited their sister, Mrs. Clayton Ander- IN HUR" AT THE LEXING- Relatives and Friends of Soldiers at Camp Zachary Taylor Few occaiion in camp than Why not plan for your own aiferd more plasute to the bojs a visit from the folks back home. u visit lor their benefit as well si enjoyment and interest? the Iw The direct way tho convenient way comfortable way to go is via the Southern Railway System. For fares and detailed information see nearest Ticket Agent or write II. II. TODD, Division Taenger Agent. Luuiaville, Ky, DC 1L DC DC RED BLOOD AMERICANISM ' IS COMING TO THE FRONT Right 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 importar.ee of good health, both us an individual and national asset. It gives point to the suggestion, often emanating from 'this that everybody should guard their health lis u priceless When you find yourselt running down and not exactly keyed up to the lighting pitch, na is the case with even body at times. You ought to come to Nature's relief and take a course of office, COM-CEL-SA- R Legally guaranteed to satisfy you, or inenuy back If you'll do that, vou will not experience tho discomfiture of being sent back homi for lack of re'd blood when you answer tho call of trie colors. Bells at One Dollar tor threee boxes, legnlly guaranteed for the stonach, liver, kidney's, bowels, bladder, blood and Indigestion and headaches, rheumatism and nervousness. SCIENCE SOTE is best for HUMAN SKIN, only 10c bar, 3 bars 25c. Try our COWBOY LINIMENT, for all Tains, bruises, burns, etc. 25c and COc bottles. STORMES DRUG STORE, Lancaster, Ky. Remedy Co. C Dakoto 3729-3- Jack-White-Mo- on West Broadway. LOUISVILLE, KY. 11 E C y The Central Record, Thursday, Dec 6, 1917. 7 W. OVERSTREET. Asst Mgr. People's Tobacco Warehouse. Got it? Here's the remedy. It s helped Has a hall century record millions. ot use. Fint dose brimrs relief. Tryit. IT WAR TALKS By UNCLE DAN Number Thrae How War Method, Have Changed Everybody Muit Help. "Hello, Uncle Dan, Jlimuli- - anil I lint.p Iiim'ii wnltlng for nti." "Surry If I liavo kept jmi lone." ""''I I'ncli' Dun. "Timr nmllirr Iiiin Ihth telling tin how bashful 1 UmiI Iip lit'. .Slu wild If n Kir I rHiLi- - In me I would liluuli to my linlr roots. Well, 1 reminded Ikt of tin-- time your father ilnt enmu to her nml the Joke we played on them, no 1 guess that will hold Iiit for n while." Continuing, Uncle Dnti wild: "You xtnnt ti talk wore nbotit the wnr, do Ju7 Well, war method have undergone ninny changes nml they nre still chunKlng. No two warn nre fought alike. Iniiirly times, the vcnMinn were Ktones, rlutm, spears, bo mill iirrnwii, xworils, etc. 16 this klinl of warfare, victory una with the Finnic right nrm. Men of enormous alie ami Htrength were the great worrlorn. Tho Invention of gunpowder, lias however, change) nil this. It has ennhled men to kill one another nt a considerable distance, and do It wholesale. The wur, as we know It now. Is n cnmMna-Ho- n of chemlcnls, niarlilnery, mntlit-matl- ral calculation and highly trained men. Just think of It! Airplanes, submarines, armored tanks, or caterpillars, poison gases, anil curtain of tire ure all used for the first lime In yond anything heretofore known. "The methods followed by the kaiser and his allies are rlnijJy devilish. He must nnswer In history to the killing of thoustitidi of Innocent women nml children. He has broken every International law nml every rule of wurfcre: he has iMimbanbil hospitals ami undefended cities, sunk Ited t'ross ships on errands of mercy: he has destroyed cathedrals and priceless treasures of urt that can never tie replaced ; he has made slaves of his prloners; he has tried to get us Into war "lib Japan; his emmlssarles have blown up our ships, burned our fuctorles nnd fired our forests. lie knows no merry or honor. The most charitable view to take of this bloodthirsty tyrant Is that he Is crazy. "One thing Is certain." continued I'n-cl- e Dan, with great einplmsK "Our liberty, the safety of our homes nnd our country, ami the security of the world demand the speedy and absolute overthrow of the kaKer and crushing out once nnd forever the reign of Prussian brutality." "How about the Herman ieople." said Itlllle. Uncle Dan replied: "The splendid were happy, thrifty, Cerman proniiorous and contented. They have been tricked Into wnr and mnde to suffer the tortures of the damned; they have been cruelly mid systematic-i.Il- y deceived. Cod grant that the real focts may get to them, and If they do, Iird help the kaiser!" "Of course the allies will win." said Mrs. Craliam. "Probably so," said I'nrle Dim. "Hut If we nre to win, we must pi the limit. We must check the nn fill destruction to shipping by the tiermnn submarines, or we may not be nble to get food nnd supplies to our own men mid to our allieswe must also put hundreds of thou iiniN. mid perhaps millions, of Mr-i- t class soldiers In the battle line. "I'ihmI Is the tlrst consideration," Uncle Dan continued. "No army can hold It has been said out against hunger. that food will win the war, mid this Is largely true. Hence the tmHirtaucu of the farm In the wur plum of our AI.l.KN IIKIATT, Asst MUr Wnlntit Street Warehouse. JOHN S. VAN WINKLE, JESSE Secretory. astjoiutiytiiuruEfCisi'. rBaaiflJhLgiE We Will Open Our Warehouse to Receive Tobacco a for Coughs aColds Movement Refnlir Dr. King's New Life I'ills keep you in a healthy condition. Rid the body of poisons nnd waste. Improve your complexion by keeping the Howcls Get n 25c. bottle from your rcKtil.ir. druggists to-diEffective but mild. ISVrY Ketp Bowel CARTERS V1LLE. Mrs. Maggie Wylie is quite sick. Mr. C. S. Roop is very sick at this writing. Mr. Jeff Davis visited his uncle S. M. Davis last Sunday. Mr. December 1st, 1917. The first sale will occur on Mr. and Mrs. Marian Cain are re joicing over the arrival of a fine girl. Mr. George Brewer of Oklahoma is visiting his sister, Mrs. D. M. Carter. Mr. and Mrs. Charley Crutcher and Mr. and Mrs. Pierce Allen visited Mrs. Eliza Conn at the weeks end, Mr. and Mrs. Caleb Todd and children of Berea visited her parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Allen last Sunday. Mrs. W. L. Weaver and daughter, Mrs. Eliza Dalton of Wallaceton visited Mrs. Susie Renfro last Sunday. Mrs. C. S. Roop and Mrs. Robert Green spent a most enjoyable day with Mrs. F. L. Pennington last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Pennintrton children visited her parents. Mr. Mrs. C. S. Itoop last Saturday Sunday. The Rev. and and this war: and they are ilestrurtUe be- Tuesday, December 4th We'will continue auction sale, every day. excepting Saturday und holidays from that ilatc on. You can rest assured that Danville will be the highest market in this section, as we lire the closest market to the largest Our and manufacturing plants in the world. of marketing tobacco to inacromnodations for both man and bent are as good ns the beat The looie leaf lloor plan is the best and only-wasure the highest dollar to the grower. These facts have been demonstrated in Virginia, North and South Carolina, where they have been selling tobacco un this plan for the past fifty years. Drive your wagon to the Danville market. You will ulways find some one to attend to your wants, and welcome vou. During the sale we will do our very best to get you the highest market price fur your tobacco. All the large factorylbuyers will be on band 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 tobacco will be the same as last year. The fuct that everything Ielse'thas increased makes no diireience here. Til- - warehouses do not buv tobacco except on sale at auction. We do a stricty commission business. jJFrte stables and no rejection fee. Appreciating your past patronage, we hope you will see your wav clear to bring us your tobacco, guaranteeing you the highest market prices, absolutely accurate weights and an all around square deal. You are cordially invited to attend our opening sale, DLCEMHKR Ith. and his J. M. Robinson filled regular appointment at Carters Chapel last Saturday and SundaV. There was a large crowd in attendance. PEOPLES TOBACCO WAREHOUSE Incorporated COMPANY To Be SOLDIERS' GIFTS. Guarded Journal At Louisville Building. Courier- - I. M. Dunn, President. Danville, Kentucky. Hens Lay AMAZINGLY I i Santa Claus Will Fly To Camp la The Zachary Taylor. Jacob SchulzCompany Incorporated. Itoport or the Condition or THE Fine Cut Flowers For Phones 339-F-o- All Occasions. r 83. AH Orders Receive ProniDt Attention vfcea kepi la land condition with BOURBON POULTRY REMEDY A ftwdroiiQtBdrlok1nf l ova rv it;. Mur oloa BBBBBBBT tkm I roup. fold. or Itwt and I'M j ill of 4 P&Ct llf tllon At dm f flat or mail ihmI. .on Id. I'oultry book tr jtc.- Peoples Bank dolUK builiii-- i .1 tbe town ot I'.inl Lick Couutjrot (iurr.rit, fftale ol Kentucky, AT The Close ur IU'sixem on the ""Ifc :BBBMB 17th day of Nov, 1917. IIKSIILIICKS; Lo.ua noil lllacouDU I UN M; 11 11,012 uierdr.lu.arcurtd .uduuiecured stock,, llouda mi J other Securities i..ohi cu . . Due irom ji.uks io.vw ji ii.1'4 fcl t'.sh on ta.ud 7" t:hecks and other cash Items.. UankluE House, Furniture and S.IXoiW Klitures Total t.'.'i.:io 11 Capital Htock vsld lit. Ill cash .. .. Suriiliis Fund rudltlded rutlls, less txivutfe and taivs paid 11 llcposltaaulijrcttochrcktui.ra llcmaud Ctfrtlllcslra ol . llenlt IllCludlMK lit.li; IS TlMe Deposits SM M foatal MaMllR- Duo llauks aud Trust Companies.. Wm. F. Miller, Agt. Lancaster. y .oiitsi ituoT riut, Co., luiitiM. if SOLD BY K. E. McKOUEKTS SAPP SLATON FURNITURE CO Successors to I.IAIIll.lTIK.s: ,CKiO IV .UK) tt) country." Mrs (Iridium Interrupted by sajlng: "In view of the liupi.rtiiuce of farming, don't you thin!;. Daniel, that the farmers ought to be exempted from wnr A. F. Wheeler Furniture Co.. Danville, Ky. .owl ii 51 service!" "No, n thousand times no," said Uncle Dim, striking the table so hard to emphasize his protest that he tipped over u vase of How era. "We must have no class legislation. The duty to serve Is the common duty of nil, mid no class must be relieved of this obligation. The question of exemption must be a personal one and decided by the facts surrouinlbig each case. In no other way can we have u hiuaro deal, and to Insure this. It Is tho duly of congress to pass IminedlMely the Chamberlain bill, or some such measure, which Is fair to nil classes. It would settle nil these, questions mid do It fairly. Safety now mid wifely hereafter demiinda such legislation, and let me suggest that you mid your friends get busy with your congressman nml senators und urge them to prompt action. "It l.i time for u.T to renllzo that wo nre not living In u fools' paradise; that this great country of ours cost oceans of blood mid treasure mid It Is only duo to tho loyally, Hacrltlco und service of our forefiithcra that wohuvo n country, und llM our highest duty to preserve It unimpaired nnd pass It on to uisterlty, no matter what tho cost may he. Our citizenship nnd their miccKtnrs emtio from all parts of tho world to mnku this country a homo nnd enjoy Its blessings nnd opportu-njtle- aj hence, In tho crisis before ua. It la tho duty of everyone to stand muarcly back of our country and b prepared to defend tho flag. Everyone In thla crisis Is either We wisli to aiimiuiu'ti to the people of Lnticiistet nml liitrrnrd county thnt we have piirt'hnseil the furniture business of the A. F. Wheeler Furniture Co. We nlso wish to state that our business will be conducted in the same manner as was by the Wheeler Company aim the same low prices will prevail, as Total U.'l.Tli' 11 State ot Kentucky, CountT ot (iarrard, set Wr. K 1.. Woods, and K. (!. Woods. 1'risl. deut and Cashier ot the atmve named Dank, do solemnly auear that tho above state, ment Is true to the It'st of our knowledge and K. L, WOODS, President. belief. K. (1. WOODS, Cashier. Subscribed dar ol N'n My anil sworn to before me thli'jvth 1917 . D, llamuisck. Notary t'ubllc commission Kiplrev reb, 19 wis. Maj. Gen. Harry C. Hale, in command of the troops at Camp Zachary Taylor, has arranged to provide a strong guard day and night for the storeroom in the Louisville Courier-Journ- al building, in which will be kept the Chi istmas gifts for the soldiers. has set apart a The Courier-Journa- l spacious room for these presents, and the Committee on Receipt and Storage will be assisted in caring for the Presents gifts by a detail of soldiers. for the boys in khaki are already be ginning to arrive at the headquarters of the Courier Journal Christman Cheer Club. Some of these gifts are directed to individuals, while others Each ure sent to the general fund. gift is recorded as it is received and will be cared for until Christmas eve when it will be placed on one of the Christmas trees at the camp. A spectacular teaturu of the Christ-mu- s eve festivities will he an airplane llight of Santa Claus in khaki from building the top of the Courier-Journa- l Santa Claus --will be to the camp. piloted by a veteran air warrier, D. I. Lamb, who recently returned from Mr. five years uir service in Europe. Lamb comes to Louisville as an in structor in aviation. He was until recently u member of the Royal Flying Corps stationed in London to defend the Eugliah capital against German air attacks, and he has had many our t!oods will all be bought through the Wheeler chain of stores, enabling us to obtain litem nt the very lowest prices possible. Mr. L. H. Sapp, who is a member of the linn nml who has been associated for a number of years with the main house of the Wheeler chain of stores nt Lexington, Kentucky, will be in charge as general manager. We nre showing quite u number of beautiful Mahogany and Golden Oak Dressers in dull finish, like cut. with 30x10 French Pinto Mirrors. We bought these Dressers in car load lots and nre in u portion to offer these nt a very low price; a saving of nt least 25 per cent All gods delivered. Public Sale PERSONAL OF" PROPERTY I Huvine ilecicled to locate I'laowhcrf, will offer at public outcry, on SATURDAY, 1U 15th, 1917 at my iiluce two miles north ot Hrvnntsville, on tlm I.tx DECEMBER thrilling experiences. The flight will begin at ti:30 p. m. A special runaway will bu built on the building for top of tho Courier-Journthe start. The Santa Claus airplane with red, white will be illuminated and blue electric lights und Pilot Lumb will control a strong searchlight which hu will direct ut the crowd below him us he wings his way over the housetops to the urmy camp. The airplane will bear a message from Henry Watterson editor ot the Courier-Journal nt o clock ii. m., to Gen. Huie. Courier-Journ- The Christmas Cheer Sapp-Slat- on Danville's Largest Furniture and Rug Store. Furniture Co. Danville, L. B. try la. there Is not room enough two flega," or Great as the coun- SAPP, Manager. Kentucky. tor Club is urging those who intend to sei.d gifts to the soldiers to do so ut once instead of waiting until the eleventh hour. It is importunt that the Christ mas Cheer Club know ut the earliest possible moment just how much it can depend on in tho wu of cooperation from those who intend to send pres The gifts ents instead ot money. wagon; 1 spring wagon; 1 buckboard; 1 should bu addressed to Santa Claus, buggy; 1 dump cart and harness; 2 turn Lincoln Division, care of the Courier- Ing plows; 3 double shovels; 1 riding Journal Christmas Cheer Club The Central Record will be glad to cultivator; 1 hay frame; some household and kitchen furniture and numer- received and forward to the' Courier- Journal Camp Zachary Taylor Christ ous other tilings not.mentioned. mas Cheer Club any money or gifts Terms male known on day of sale. which the people of this community C. W. COULTER. desire to send. Capt. A. T. Scott, Auct. iriKton pike, tliu followlnt; propi-rtOne pair ot work mules, eight years old; 1 pair work mules, 10 years old; 1 pair ot work mules, four yours old; 1 work horse, 8 years old; 1 Hack mare 9 years old; 1 yearling colt; 1 weanling colt; 2 ponies; 1 milk cow; 1 weanling calf: 1 sow and 7 pigs; four CO pound e shoats; 75 shocks ot fodder; 1 fhe Central Record, Thursday, Dec 6. 1917. To The Tobacco Growers Madison, Of Garrard and Other Counties. that we will open We wish to announce the Home Tobacco W'house INCORPORATED. to receive tobacco on MONDAY, DECEMBER 3rd, and have our first sale on Wednesday December 5th Bring your tobacco in and get the highest dollar for your tobacco possible. Under the same management as last year, when we averaged $ 8.52 per hundred which 1 was the highest average of any house in the State of Kentucky. Have your Tobacco sold by experienced Tobacco Men, with personal attention to each basket. Long Tom Chenault Auctioneer. I. M. Hume Floor Manager. Joe Boggs, Bookkeeper. Use for Thinness. She (noticing Individual In front) Good gracious ! Seeing Mr. Meuger remind me I forgot to order the soup bones from the, butcher. Passing Show. W. E. Luxon, Salesman. G. B. Turley, Check Writer. ' J. B. Walker, Solicitor. REPORT OF THE CONDITION Bruises and Sprains !Ue Sloan's Liniment handy for bruises and sprains and all Quick relief fti'ini and aches. application. its prompt No need to rub. For rheumatic aches, neuralgia, still muKlri, lame back, lumbago, gout. -- trains, and sprains, it gites quirk relief. Oneroul .lied feottlcj. Uc JOo. It 00. Peanu's Are Hand Sorted. Chinese !!:' mi Is lire usually sand sorted by women after belag sifted. The Evening Talking Fire Alarm. The phonograph and telephone Line-U- p are "iol ea olhcr couth medicine, Foley'. Hooey eed Tar la certain to briaf quick relief. II la eipecUllr effectire is cue. of bed cousin, end we fie it to our children eod recommend alwere ult rcoKdr, lor ii cooteiae do cough, and coldi, ire ill the better for dote of Foley's Honey and Tar at bed time. It wmrdt off croup, stops licklinf throat, and hacking coughs, and makea an otherwise feveruh, sleep leu night oi coughing and distress, a quiet and restful one. BROWNSVILLE. TEXAS. Mr. Cku. Baler, write. I "Mr wilt wotiU Dot think oi employed In u South Carolina Inventor's automatic fire alarm thut calls up a central operator und tells her just where the blaze Is starting. Our Heroes. Man's great actions are performed in minor struggles. There are noble and mysterious triumphs which no eye sees, no renown rewards, and no flourish of trumpets salutes. Life, misfortune, Isolation, abandonment, and poverty are battlefields which have their heroes. Thought for the Day. The souls of emperors and cobblers are ont In the mold. The same reason that makes us wrangle with a neighbor nitie n war betwixt princes. Moiilalgne. Stormes Drug Store. Prayer. (to chauffeur friend) Say. hill, If I shutild die hire an uuto hearse. And. Hill, I want you to drive It. Aud, old pard, ou the way run It Into a tree or something. I'd like to go In ii manner fitting tny position la life." Chauffeur Slclc Chauffeur Makes Hla Own Castor Oil. A druggist ut Santander, U. 3. of Colomblu, bus discovered that be could KV r TDK Or I.O'-NlK- lt produce his own custor oil far more cheaply than Import It. This bus startCW f BatineuJtoT 20, 1917 ed a great Ihhim In grow lug castor oil plants, ond shipments of castor KKMU'Kf'Kri, seed men I und of the beans are being LoauaaiwJ durouutt l.'ta.CTi 3i t,74 w ltrdrati.rcurwl I made to New York. 1' litem: il tril WW IV 10 Ut H IUiimIs dnplll tu securr cir i fVf culaltvn par valuvt Fair Warning. Ubrrty leias. HvDds, Ub- In the reign of Charles II a certain 10 uti ih 4 ao.ffit t 1t rvnt. worthy dltlne at Whitehall thus ad- Stock ( rtfral Hauk ' 1.K-Ou wrreatof tssrrlpUiu) dressed himself to the auditory at the alur if titklnir huuia !.( 0 Everybody Counts. conclusion of his senium: "In short. If leawiui rrtvrv with fdrral IW.iODOO It r fft' Hank The humblest Indivlduul exerts mime you don't IUe up to the precepts of the Cash In vault aud n iuuddIi . Influence, either for good or evil, upon gospel, but nbiiiidou yourselves to your ttno fnm ustfoaal hnnka UM W others. Iteeoher. from tanks Irregular appetites, you must expect to Nrt auit tu trust romi-atetr- s aud Mtak vr. and othrr receive 3 our renurd In u certain plncc u". than litflnded l'i Mftas lJ.fl it 'lwka on othr banks In the tam i which 'tis not good milliners to menKindliness Necessary. city fir town as r4fTtlnc bank many tion here." Laconics. kiu We can illpctise with u great lothrr than ftm lTi Tlsl of Itfttia II, IS. 1C. i; quulltles in I lie people we love. It is t nf r Kedrmptlu fund wtilt 1. i;i;i them t be brilliant nut neee-Mi- ry h Trra lor no nrrr and dn frim r K Ttrsniin r or wise ir witty or rich or beautiful. 14 Tut a l. DEPORT OF THE CONDITION Hut we riiuiicit liuaglue loving anyone I.I.MIII.ITIKH who Is Incapable of kindliness. That Capital sttick paid lit .(M)0O is Hie characteristic we canuut do HarplnsftitH iaJ.Ol RJ (0 Citizens National Bank The undersigned hereby g've warn ing to all persons not to trespass upon our lands' for any purpose whatever as w will prosecute all offenders to ful lst extent of - law. Hunters and. Fishermen especially taka notice. VaI & N II Inrr R. U Klkin II. C. Arnold. J. C. Kigsby. Mrs. K. I.. Fratee John Tatum. R. U Arnold. T. It. Slavln. C. M. Moberly. K. L. Ilarker. t- POSTED S. C. Kigsby. II. M. Krv Sims Daily. A. L. (!ibb. J. I). Narlor. W. S. rVrguson. Mrs. J. Wade Walker Mr. Kmma lligginliothain. James M. White and wife. We will add other names for 2.1 cents cash. Julia Tarks HUNTERS In TAKE NOTICE. nlthout.-K.chuu- ge. A Migration of Birds. Until the acquisition of Alaska by "he United States It was u wonder where certulu wild fowl went when they migrated from temperature climes an the approach of summer as well us snowbirds und other ,smu!l species of FAMILY MEDICINE Hoae, San Tkii Regarding Black-Drang- b Her Metber's Laoy, Georgia the feathered tribe. It was afterward found that their habitat In summer wuh the waters of Alasku Hie Yukon river and the lakes of that hyperborean region. Relief From Head-ach- e, Malaria, Chills, Etc Sell Wood by Pound. Circassian walnut Is sold by the pouud or the ton uud not by the foot. Am early us 11U It. C It wus Introduced Into Ituly from l'ersiu. ItusMu Is the chief fcource of Circassian walnut. The logs ure so heavy thut they will not (lout, und are sold from the forest ullh their bark on. Duly the heart of lie wood Is used, and It is the crooked, regular Iocs, that possess the best-gure- d Kveu very old trees wood. .irely have u cleur length of more than leu feet. Nativity of Peach Tree. The peach tree Is u native of l'ersln lid China. It was brought to Ituly ny the Itomuns in the time of the l.'mpcror Claudius, wus cultivated In Europe an early us 15NJ uud brought In America about 1GS0. Its uume Is derived from I'erslco, Its uutlve country. The ancients regarded It with distrust, as according to I'llny they supposed tho king of l'erslu had sent it Into Kgypt to poison the Inhabitants e with whom be wag at war. Tbo have traditions ot a peach tree of knowledge- and. another of Chi-ues- Tllnggold. Ca. Mrs. Chas. Gaston, tures. of this place, writes: "1 am a user of Thodfordu in ract, It was one of our family medicines. i Also In cy mother's home, when I s Tile i. leprspe was a child. When any ot us childWeill's. iin.t'ti ren complained of headache, usually rnpijl I hit' i n, the 'i iil'ii tn caused by constipation, uho gave uu anil ,,. regular-.i- i Black-Draugh- t, .imi which would ueirM a dOEo of rectify tho trouble. Often In tho ly ni' to jKJf.. liter which It Eprlng, wo would havo malaria and tier-Huli mle in the chills, cr troubles of this hind, we age ol l tj renrs. Til" htren Black-Draugpretty reg- feinnl" would take ut ii iiimiv iinlforii. ular until tho liver acted well, and rate fiv.i nine ) nin in ii .veiii'-- i wo would soon bo up and around ' .i t!ilrty. nfi ir which It n&aln. Wo would not be without It. IIMIIV hl' for It certainly has saved us lots of falls on in ti 111:111. i. -- .1 ) In r tn '11. doctor bills. Just a dose ot Mack-Draug- of linile. ' l 11 yiurs fei'ial-- s ,tre when not so well saves a weuker Hum ni.ii' liy ! puiiiids, lit lot ot days In bed." twenty uiis ! iue by :;t pounds. has been Thedford'a Black-DraugIn use for many years In the treatAbctit Envelopes. ment ot stomach, liver and bowel troubles, and tho popularity which It It Is snlil ibiit envelopes were lit now enjoys Is proof of Its merit Vf tiled lllllllii ill..' em I., days of Louis If your liver Is cot doing Us duty, XIV of I'riii.ie. In Hlfii) Jl. I).. r you will suffer from such disagreeestablished 11 prlwitu post und able symptoms as headache, biliousetc., pi u ced boxes lit the corner of the ness, constipation. Indigestion, and unless something Is done, serious streets for letters inclosed In envelopes that were sold in ulllces estabtrouble may result. has been lished for that purimse. It seems Tbcdford's Black-Draugremedy for these likely, huwevcr, that envelopes were In found a valuablo troubles. It la purely vegetable, and use before this period because envelcts In a prompt and natural way, opes so used lu Fruuce were special Tegulatlng the liver to its proper post-pul- d envelopes. Hut functions and cleansins; the bowels of whut year Is marked by the precisely tlrst InvenImpurities. Try It. Insist on Thedford'a. the original and fsnuln. B TO tion of envelopes is uukuown. Mushroom, First Plant. The mushroom In form of a slime fold wus the tlrst plant to evolve on earth. The ulgne plunts of the first seas thrust out u fungus on land to draw minerals from the overhanging rocks. On this primitive fuugus lichens evnUed uud the three- - plunts InterfeU each other, three hundred million yeurs ugo uud today. Later, true mushrooms evolved, ut tlrst with smull cups, forming the tlrst food supply for the luter urrlvluc; living crea- NATIONAl 1 OK LANfASTMt, BANK, .tsa. Kl IN... .n 1917 TbeCIose ofBasine LuaitsmiMtillaH'uniilii Not20 $17.U" 3!t Orfrrimdi, -- ecu ml f I'lmretired t V, ti. HoimU depoU.N, in arvurv clr cuUtinti ()r Vttlui! . .....t4i w t LlU-rt,uiinJ-i1mu Munoji. t'unilc ottiiT tUOl illCltlillUf plrtlgtfft Jet.Mll hiuck of Kfileml lit rw Hnk lcr cent ot suhicrlpiU'sO tVhIupuI llmikiiiir-liouts- i KiirijItiirtHii(4 tlsturvs rfsivitf with KvtUr wtilt Mtul nI itmuiinUfliit from imltuu-lD.... Ctirrksnii buk lMNtt?t) out u( rlljr ortiinii ut M imu tu ptrreiit u4i tliHii lln.ioo uu lT. H Utvti tuCkt) US Ult' Ot ( (i (KM) Cnsh lu I'm uk Hint t'usb fienia) Kfflviopumi Kuml wllh U.H.Trf nrvr nit I itue fritui (, H, Trrm. oht 221 07 fnul CapluUtuck in HurpllliflUlU. . ,. UiH.hM., .nnt, lei! SUVA t I.UHIMTIKS 1 . Clrcuiuinisf Not utitiiKiidlntf t itiiiount du tu Nut In uu I ImuW Nrl mill dtiij It lunhs. hukursMiid t r ii c rnnipaiiW (ullirr ttinu In curmii tfspriiis. In- Urvsl utift itit- pitht l.tll A7 Aiinmnt riif rtnl for taxrs urt'riir'l cliMftlliianiirni) luctivnk, Tola I llT.fljj 3it.0"0 w H) .S0.I4MI I 0 luJ. vidua) ilriDslts snbjvrl i HTlTIOr KKNTl'tK V.C'ft'NTVfir'URH Ni,ssI f tils MlMlVtl I. H. t) lUNNVs OK Sit Iff uahird batik. 1o aolvmnly awvar that Ihvaborir of my knowlrdsje UUtnrnt Is irui to the aud bIUf. bi Okkny. H.r. Hubscrlbtfd and swurti t bttrt pi this Y7th W, K. Chimji. day of Nov I91T, Notsry fiibllc. My C'ouuiiUsInu wxplres Jsit 1i. 19AJ. A tlrst; (TosairT 1 J. K.9T0KME. K UiHMYtf Dlrsctorit ) W M.KU10IT, Cashier. alh This Agreement Witnesseth; That order to protect the game on our lands for a period of three vears we tTn.!Ivl(Vtl profits. bind ourselves not to hunt thereon, nor :t Lssmrrm rvrwnsr. Interrat and taivs paid M permit anybody else to do o, and we Olt t Tes-- a accrued Amonnt trtivi for r ?dA t.'IrcnlatfnK Notrs untsiandluit ut further agree to prosecute with diliNut amisiitit cltis in National Matik M.lt n gence all persons who violate the game NriaMtdtrr tulanksaiid baiikvr laws of Kentucky or trespass upon our ant tnii rumpatilra (otlirr than Inclti'l '4 In 3U nr 31 u lands for the purxs of hunting. And 71 Total of It ins 31 and Ti 1At we further agree to act as Deputy Individual dfKOlts ailbjrrl tliXsl V Game Wardens torhrk for the purpose of carTotal fffinam) dsfM)i, lotbrr than tntik dpn(tat nbjit tn rying out this agreement. Kxcept each Itrmaai. Krsr. and Ut .Tt. S, X.I? M. uT ItH, la . of us have the right to kill rabbits on ft Ml IVrtlilratfa f itioili Intlter ,? 10 our .'arms or ierinit it to be done by thii for inittifjr tstirrnwrd). Total rf tlm dip)tt, snb another under our suervlsioii, or the JMt t ltJrrT, Ilstns II suiervisioii of some reaponsible and ir aim ii ri.i ' Tori t. ii reliable person selec'ed by us. ti Statu or kicsri-- i kt. I'ocstv or iUrharh. e.t This November lfith, 1818. I. W, K.t:lieln.tae.liler ol the kImjih nemisl It. I,. Klkin. J. t'.. Robinson, belik.tfi eoleninlMWeer tbet ttie utsite t 1. true In the lH.tiifnir kliowleflee aud Jno. M. Kurra. W. II. Drown, W. P. Chalili.lhlrr Ullrl. Alex Walker, Huberltift end .worn tu tWnre me thl.JMh, W. li. Ilurton. derolNuvlui7. Haselilen Urns.. T. A. Klkin. K. (' Heinijf. Nutargr I'nlillc. Mjr Coiiiini..liii Kiilre. January II. ivjii. II. Dulton. J. F. M. Tinder. Coaaic.T Atle.t; John II. Smith. Logan Hubble, HiiiRLir lleitaoM.I ii, r Ht'iiias. iiireeiori. .1. N. Ross, (!, M, Deshon, (.'.A Aaxiii,t, Fisher Herring, H. II. Cox. Hughes Ilros, J. W, Sweeney, Samples Wanted. Withers Ilros. W. M. Mahsn. "Is this your advertisement in the William, Marcus and Jim While. paper for the recovery of u J. D. Tope, terrier?" u gentleman asked his II. K Wilmot, Mrs. David Chenault. friend. "Ves," was the reply. "Hut Fred J Conn, vV. F.linore, you never hud n dog In lose V "I know," J, W. R. Cook. said tho udvcrtlkcr, "but 1 want ouo T. C. Rankin. Huffman Ilros, 1 now, und think I cuu luaku u good Sam Cotton, Wm. 0. Anderson. choice from the animals thut will bo T. M. Arnold. Jr, W. II. Mots brought to ntc I" R. K. Henry, Jno. M. White. A. I) llradshaw, Uright Herring. To Remove Oil Stains. R. L. Ilarker. Scott Huffman It has been found that oil stains on Wm. and Lizzie Onstott. concrete lloors muy be remuved by using a mixture of oue pound of oiullc ucld In three gullons of water, with JMN WHITE fc CO. enough wheat Hour udded to make a paste thut can be upplled with a brush. L9UM VILLI, KY. Allow the uppllcutlou to remain for teafsllssswimsat two days, aud then remove It with a InH vsIhsj aM clean wuter und u scrubbing brush. ver FURS A second application muy be necesHMMaaa) sary In stubborn cases. l;i Il j.li SMtSUaa sVVTt The Central Record, Thursday. Dec6, 1917. PROBLEM Highest Burley Market Ever Seen In Kentucky. We sold yesterday on the openiug sale 90,485 pounds of tobacco at our Central House at an average of $31.69 per hundred and at our Lexington House, with an unfinished sale 32,645 pounds at an average of $33.59 per hundred. Highest Crop Averages at the Central House Were: A. A A. Alcxnmlcr &. Thompson. Woodford County J. A. Alexander v. Maddox, Woodford County, Wilson and Keith, Scott County M, and L Kthington & Ashmore, Woodford County Henry Urndslmw, Fayette County 5,315 pounds average 5,100 iioiitids overage 1.280 ,wund average 2,600 pounds average 2,335 pounds average $11.03 35.38 33.37 33.12 33 C2 has. not tho strength to stand thf strain of nursing a Utter of pigs, and HOG FEED her growth may bo checked to such n degree that she never fully develops. i A sow farrows 112 to 115 days from n Most Satisfactory Ration Neces- tho date of conception. Hy keeping Is enreful servlco record, tho breeder sarily Is Wholesome. accurately therefore nblo to determine when to expect the pigs and to make For his arrangements accordingly. convenient reference the gestation NNXTURETO PREVENT WORMS table given herewith was arranged hy Coburn to show the expected farrowing dates for service on any day of the Where Pastures Are Luxuriant It It year from January 1 to December 31. Calculations ard based on n Possible to Carry Breeding Sows gestation period. The first line of dates on Pasture Alone Best Age In each column Indicates the dates of for Breeding. breeding and directly opposite In the The some Rood Judgment required In same column Is the date on which the tho selection of Ktock Is very necessary sow is due to farrow. In the feeding and management. Good hi it is common practice among iarmcrs selection will bo rendered Ineffective to require their tows to produce two If the feeding unit management are not litters n year. Although the sows have such that the animal will thrive and had good core, they will naturally he yield n good Increase. The real prob- run down somewhat In condition, belem In swine feeding Is to supply suf- cause the greater portion of the food ficient nutritive material for building consumed has boen utilized for the proand repairing the body and furnishing duction of milk. The sow needs n rest before she Is sufficient energy to lay on fat. Tho most satisfactory ration must ncccs. bred again, and the time for this Is 112-da- y 2 Highest Averages at the Lexington House were: Squires &. Welsh, Fayette county L B. Murphy. Scott county Showaller & Hurke. Scott county W. W. Grentlioiise. Fayette county Orcen, Stone &. Buckley, Fnyette county ... . 0,985 2.595 .3,515 2,165 3,160 pounds average pounds average pounds average pounks average pounds average $3528 "36.10 35.13 33.15 32.90 Highest Crop Averages at the Planters House wese: Combs Alirnms. Fnyette county Hor'ey Tetter, Garrard county Hoscoi- - Wliittaker, Garrard county W II (itilley. (Jarrnrd county & 3515 pounds.. 1065 pounds. . .51,236.00 . 387.V0... .. . . ... average ...average average ...average S35.17 36.40 39.11 pounds. 1095 pounds . 555.85.... 117.87 38,16 CHEAP AND CONVENIENT WEANING TROUGH FOR PIG8. We advise our frlenaVandJcustomers to strip their tobacco carefully and bring it to market as soon as possible and take advantage of present prices. We have warehouses with splendid light and experienced tobacco mcntogive you the service. Central House. D. W. Scott, C. E. Lexington House. John L. Buckley, Mgrs. Buckley, Mgr. Planters' House. J. Less Knight, Mgr. LEXINGTON TOBACCO WAREHOUSE CO. Incorporate). By JAMES C. STONE, President. sarlly be made up of feeds which are wholesome, relished by the hog, and nt the same time reasonable In cost. It has been asserted by various experienced feeders of hogs that n mixture of charcoal, nhes, lime, salt sulphur and copperas kept where the hogs can eat It will tend to prevent worm Infestation. There Is no positive experimental evidence, however. In support of the idea that such n mixture will prevent worm Infestation, and It Is of value therefore as n source of mineral matter In the diet, and perhaps ns mi appetizer and tonic, rntlier than as n worm preventive. A balanced ration may furnish nil the necessary feed nutrients, yet the system of the hog craves minora! matter. The mineral matter Is not under control, and In order to make sure that the hogs have an abundant suppjy, free access should be given to a mineral mixture. The following U a formula for such a mix- betwecn the weaning and breeding peIntelllgeJJt feeding will bring riods. the sow from a thin condition Into n good, strong, 'rigorous condition In n short time. When this Is done she will be In propejr condition to assume her duty when breeding time arrives. n If the sow Is br6d In a thin, condition, she resume work Immediately, and She will naturally be weak and subject to the Inroads of disease. A lltll8jQld contracted In this rendition may cause death, while a strong healthy sbw will resist such attacks. It Is the general belief that sows In good vigorous breeding condition conceive more readily, thus shortening the farrowing period for the nst herd. Two Litters a Year. There Is no good reason why a sow should not produce two Utters a year when properly handled. To accomplish this the sow should be bred to farrow, say, for example. In march, and bred again to farrow the early part of September. A sow bred about November 15 will farrow about March 0 to 0. The pigs should nurse eight weeks. The sow should be rebred by May 20 so as to furrow on or after September 8. The pigs could then nurse until November a. The chances for profitably rearing two crops of pigs from a sow annually nre undoubtedly far better In regions of mild climate and short winters than whero the winters are long and severe. Management During Pregnancy. During pregnancy two facts must be borne In mind. The first Is that tho sow is doing double duty. Not only she keeping up her own bodily functions, but the development of the litter 1 ture: Charcoal Mixture. THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. THE MEN BEHIND THE GUNS Charcoal Hardwood ashes Salt Sulphur Pulverised copperas lira 8 4 4 pounds pounds pounds 2 pounds lbuihel lbuihel Copltol $50,000. A. K Surplus $30,000. Vice l'rrs'U S. (.. DENNY. Cashier. J. U UlIX, DKNSJY. President J. R STOKME3. J. It. Harris. Safety Samual Oeposit WE SOLICIT Boxes YOUH For Rent. i Mix the lime, salt and sulphur thoroughly and then mix with the charcoal and nshea. Dissolve the copperas In one quart of hot water and sprinkle the solution over the whole mass, mixKeep some of this ing It thoroughly. mixture In a box before the hogs at all times, or place In a Dry sows can be placed In a pasture by themselves and given very little grain. Those which show an exeep- - IIUSINKSS. I). Cochran, Stormcs. S. C. Denny. Alex It. Penny. J. II. Posey, J. K. J. I,. CHI. Dr. W. M. Elliott. Director. 1 fmnj Calendar Showing Dates of Breeding end Farrowing for Sows, Based on Day Gtstatlon Period. , 5 nE 2 o g : 112- - I g i J 5 5 3S 3 1..22 2. .23 : 1..20 2.. 21 S..22 4. .23 S..24 ..2S 1..21 3 21 1..23 2. .21 3., 24 '..25 .26 .27 3..2S 4.. 26 5. 27 6. 28 7 .29 S .20 CQRN WANTED! 7..2S 8..23 10.. 1 2 7. .26 8. .27 I'.'.Tl 4.. 24 C..2S 6. .28 7. .27 8. .!S 1..20 2. .21 3. .23 4. .23 (..21 8..2S 7..W S..27 1..20 2..21 3..2S 4. .23 S..24 6..2S 7..20 8.. 27 9..2S 10. .29 11. .30 9.. JO 9..J1 May June 10.. 11 13. 1 It.. 12.. 3 13.. 12.. 3 14. 2 9..2S 10.. 29 1L SO 9. .2D 10. .M 11. ,31 1..20 2.. 21 3. .22 4. .23 &..:! 6. ,23 7., 26 S..27 9. .28 10. ,29 1..21 1..20 2..21 2..22 S..22 3..2J 4. .23 ' 4. .24 S..2S 5.. 24 C..23 7. .26 1..20 2..21 1..20 3.'.22 4. .23 3.. 22 4.. 23 ..21 C..23 C..2I 6.. 26 7.. 27 8..2S CSS 7..2U S..27 9..2S 10. .29 7.. 2ti 8.. 27 9. .28 8..27 9. .28 9.. 29 10.. 11.. 31 10., 29 .30 12. .31 Jilly 11.. 3D 12. .81 11.. SO 12. .31 1U30 fei 12.. 1 13.. 3 14. It.. IT. 18. 19. 5 7 8 9 10 11 IS.. 6 1. 15.. IS. 17. 18. 19. .11 20. .11 21.. 12 22. IS 23. It 24. .15 25. .18 26. .17 27. .18 28, .19 29.. 20 IS. 18., 17., 18. 19. 20. About December 1st, .. 21..12 22.. IS 2S..14 24,. IS Autr. 12.. 1 13,. 2 14.. 3 13.. 4 18.. S 17.. 6 15.. 7 19.. 8 20. 9 Pert. 13. IS Oct. 12.. 1 Jan. 12.. 1 13.. 2 14. 3 It. Mar. 10.. 1 11.. 2 12.. 3 13.. 4 14.. G IS.. C 18.. 7 17.. 8 18.. 19,. 10 20..U 21. .13 22. .13 1..22 2..23 S..24 4, .25 5. .26 C.,27 7..2S 8..29 9. .30 10.. 31 Apr. . 12.. 13.. 11.. 15.. 16.. 11 17 . 11.. 18.. 17. IS.. 19,. 20.. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 10 .11 .12 .13 14 23.. 14 26.. 17 We will be in the market for your Corn. Thla la a reproduction of a drawing by Howard Chandler Christy, which the author contributed to the food administration for use In Its campaign for food conservation. Man. Tlicy say lit' workr like u dog. and dogs don't work; tind tliey sn) liu drinks llkii u llsli, and llsh dua't drink; urn! they say lie Met like u lawyer, mid lawyers don't MM How's lliull 27. .18 We are prepared to pay the Highest Market Price. See us before you sell. Itldimimd Tluies-Dlsimtcl- Walker, Lee & Hicks. Clean Water Bottles. When the, jnnter bottle becomes lined with n Sediment from the vu ter, un easy wiiy to remove It Ik by putting u teux wilful of hydrochloric ucld with ii little wnler In the Lottie. The glass ulll be perfectly cleur In a few minutes. 31. .21 St.. 19 tlonally condition from suck- Is ua Increasing drain on her system. ling their pigs should be separated lcdlng nt this time should bo liberal, from the rest of tho herd and fed grain although It need not be so heavy as until they regain breeding condition. after the pigs nro farrowed. A very 'Where pastures are very luxuriant It fat sow Is apt to bo clumsy with her Is possible to carry breeding sows on ( pigs, and sometimes theso nro lacking Keep Your House Sweet. 'pasture alone, but In such enso their In vitality. On tho other hand, a very An excellent iWd.rlzi U p llttl I sow pan of cloves which have been sprlu 'condition must bo studied closely by thin pigs will either not do Justice to or will become a mero wreck her klcd with ii few drop of spirit of lav the breeder, In order to bo sure that herself during the time she Is nursthey are receiving enough nourishment ruder. Tut n few bits of cliureonl Inti from the pasture. Hogs require ntten-- 1 ing her litter, and the chances aro the bottom of the pun. If charcoal l! regardless of condition, age or sex, that both these things will happen. Tho not convenient soma bits of orange pee tlon management of the brood sows necessity of exercise must not bo overwill do, u they oou turn Into char but the Is the surest test of the breeder's skill. looked under any circumstances. This coal. Sprinkle the cloves liberally or. may be provided by a large lot or even Age of Breeding. these, mid when wonted to perfitnir Tho age at which a young sow Is by driving the hogs slowly for a short lioiiko plnce mi the Hluve until thej the dlstnnco each day. begin to fino'e. The fumes soon wll .first bred will depend upon her develCorn should not be fed In large ptliclnilo tin. Ih.um., mid the odor I opment, but It Is seldom advisable to amounts to breeding stock, because It imicli like that of the turnntlou. It breed her before she Is eight months does not furnish enough bone and will effectively rover Ihe odori of flih old. A very young sow seldom constituents to propera large Utter. Another objection muscle-forminrnubiu-e- , tiirnlpj mid the like. to early breeding Is that a young sow ly develop the unborn pigs. SI .22 28,. 19 29.. 30 30.. 21 21.. 10 22..11 23. .12 24. .13 25. .14 26. .15 27. .18 28. .17 29.. 18 30. .19 SI. .20 21.. 10 22..U 23,. 12 24.. 13 25.. 14 28. .15 14.. 3 15.. 4 16.. S 17.. 18.. 7 19.. t 20,. 21.. 10 22. .11 is.. : Nov. 13,. 1 14.. 2 IS.. 3 16,. 4 17.. 5 18.. 6 19.. 7 20.. 8 21.. 9 22. .10 23. 11 12.. 1 13.. 2 Feb. IS.. 14.. 13.. 16.. 17.. 18.. 19.. 20.. 21.. 1 It.. 15.. 4 16.. 5 17.. 6 18.. 7 19.. 8 20.. 9 21.. 10 22..11 23. .12 21. .13 IS. 16.. 17.. 18. 19. 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 5 7 ft 27..16 2S..17 27. .15 SS.M 29. .17 SO. ,18 31. .19 23., 12 21.. IS 25,. It 28.. 15 27.. 16 28..17 20.. 21.. 10 22..U 23..12 24. .13 25. .14 26. .13 27. .16 28. .17 6 6 7 8 9 22. .10 23..11 13,. 19. 9 20. .10 22. .12 21. .11 25, .15 26, .16 21.. It 21..12 25.. IS 26- 23..14 26. .15 27. .16 2S..17 29. ,18 SO. .19 31. .20 -1 29..18 SO.. 19 29..H SO. 27.. 15 28,. 16 29. .17 SO. .18 St.. 19 24.. 13 23., 13 W..14 27.. 15 28. .16 23,. 14 21.. 15 25. .16 23..13 .19 29,il8 30. .19 29.. 17 SO. .18 26,. 17 27.. IS 28..19 29.. 20 30.. 21 27.. , 17 28, ,18 29..1) 30. .24 The Central Record. Thursday, Dec 6, 1917. The Central Record INCORPORATED. ssuED Weekly. 11.00 a year. R.L J. E. ROBINSON. EDrroR. ELKIN. Local Editor and Mgr. tl (ha I'ott Offlc In Uneaatrr, Bftond CUli Mall Mutter. Kjr.. Entered Member Kentucky Press Association and Eighth District Publishers League. Lancaster, Ky., December 6, 1917 Rates For Political Announcements For Precinct and Citv Unices 6.00 IU.00 County Offices State and District Offices.... 15. Of) 10 Calls, per line 10 Cards, tier line all publications In the InterBritish, Australians, Armenians, est of individuals or expresGreeks, Serbians, French and Human-lan- s, sion of individual views, per pointing toward Constantinople 10 line, i and this plain. And permanent world 05 Obituaries, per line peace is their cause liberty, brother hood, civilization. Turn to your Ilihle, at Revelations "or For For For For and runs 35 miles toward Jerusalem, and more human destiny hns been thrashed outuponit than upon any other territory of like size on earth. Here Jonathan and Saul fought the Philistine,, were benten, punished and the cause of civilization was Met back. Here Saladin beat King Itichard and the Chtistain cross went down before Here the the Mohammedan cresent. Moslems tirst got their grasp on sacred Palestine and fought to make Constan tinople the religious capital of the eastern world. Here Napoleon dream' ed his dream of world slavery to autocracv. Today Turkish armies are fleeing to ward this plain and may make their last stand therein. In the south, the llritish are pressing up from Cnza. To the east, the llritish are aiming to ward this plain from the Euphrates, Coming down from Persia, is n Itussian force. To the north are forces of the BUY RED CROSS SEALS. i mm . 1 BUILD NOW! Duyiiifi lumber nt this time I 1 H you ever made. V. - There nre several very good reasons. is tin- - best investment T Tnusunl conditions make FIItST. It gives everybody an op nortunity to help a little bit in health work. SECOND. It brings to the attention of all people the need of doing some thing to save themselves from tuber cutosis and many other preventable and unnecessary diseases. THIItD. As a preparedness measure for war, it is of vital importance to conserve the health and lives of the nation's fighting units. The money from the sale of Red Cross Seals goes into local health work, helps to do state health work and part of it goes to the National Hed Cross to assist in their work. it possible to get twice ns much lumbc r ns you did in 1911 for the same nniount of farm produce. f I ! i I v l (!) I in lumber and the placing of new tiulldiiuJs on your property will increase its value out of nil proportion to the lumbers cost. T umber the world's greatest building material has advanced much less than imy other material used for building. T nvestment x I I I (!) - Double value can be had without sacrificing quality- - and the of today is lictter than ever before. -- it luin- - THE OLD AND I I I I I xiv: THE NEW COUNCIL Monday night last witnessed the pass inr; of the Old Council and the cominR of the New. There is no use in discuss inf the relative merits of theOld Coun cil and the New. Such discussion idle and can result in no good to any The Old person or the community. Council is defeated. It has passed into history and must stand upon it record The people have spoken clearly and The individual will with emphasis. should gracefully give way to the col lective will of the community as ex pressed at the polls. At all times we should tie big enough to put aside our Individual interests tor the general good. It is the purpose of this paper to up hold the hands of the New Council in all worthy and honorable undertakings and objectives. We would reflect the true spirit of democracy. The fortunes or the pride of individuals or groups of individuals should not weigh against the welfare of the whole. The Old Council, as we believe, was made up of honorable, public spirited men, whose whole souls were energized by the motive of service to the people of the city. If mistakes were made they were trivial and few, and then it was because, if at all, of the failure of the planning or execution and not the pur pose. They have gone the way of all "For they arc the spirits of devils working miracles (German) which go forth unto the kings of the earth and of the whole world to gather them to the battle of that great day of God 'Almighty." "And He gathered them together in to a place." And the seventh angel poured out his vial into the air; and there came a great voice out of the temple of heaven from the throne, saying "It is done! If the Turks get a proper beating in this plain, the central powers will likely "crack." and vou may hear from the throne of Austria a great voice crying, "It is finished"! Watch that p'aln! It is today callad Esdraclon. The old Hebrew writer named it Armageddon. COUNTY FAIR Well Attended And Mnch Interest "VTothing is more important than conservation at this time, and all grnin, stock nud implements must be properly sheltered. PRESIDENT DEFINES War Aims And Peace Terms. Opportunity such ns you have NOW may never come again. lumber prices may be higher. with a foi Af- - I Shown. Owing to the limited time that was had to thoroughly advertise the Agriculture Fair held at the Itex Theater last Saturday, a limited number of exhibits were shown in the various classes, but the attendance alt through 'the entire day, show that the people of the county are Interested and when the next one is held during the latter part of the coming year, its success will city fathers. They have been defeat' haye been assured. ed. It has been truly said by students County Agent W. II. Rogers and his of municipal politics that no mayor. assistant, Loui Tinder, deserve much councilmanof, police" officer can un credit for the work they did and to flinchingly do his'duty without sutler them alone is due the success of the ing defeat. The difficulties which con. first venture. fronted the Old Council will ever live As wan announced the Red Cross and will become problems for their suc- chapter was given the entire exhibits cessors. .We warn the New Council to. with the exception of the poultry, and be on their guard and advise them to' it realized from the sale about $00. place the community's welfare above Many of the premiums were also do individual and personal power and in nated to them. terest and any species of favoritism The following wer the awards; and special privilege. You may ex BEST TEN EARS OF WHITE CORN pect in the enforcement of law, in the 1st Billie Cox, 2nd John Anderson, enactment of ordinances, in the making don Doty. of franchise contracts to create antag BEST EAR OF WHITE CORN. ohism, in running counter to self inter Owens, 1st T. J. Price. 2nd-IIe- nry est of individuals and groups and may. hap powerful service corporations who BEST 10 EARS OF COLORED CORN, 1st Luther Gibbs, 2d Jas Burnsides would infringe selfishly upon the rights BEST EAR OF COLORED CORN. of the people to enrich its coffers. 1st Luther Gibbs, 2d Jas Burnside, Tis true and 'tis pity 'tis true, TOBACCO. "It is be dammed if you don't and be lst-T- he dammed if you do." best display, O. T. Layton, But what of that if the citv fathers 1st Best three hands of leaf, Forest come out with clean hands? The Old Supp. Council steps down and out without a WHEAT suspicion ot graft with their integrity 1st 1 peck of wheat, DrummsndMc' unbending against threats of those who Murtry, 2nd 1 perk of wheat, James would exploit the community in their Sutton. own interest and what is more against HEMP SEED. the pleasing flattery of those who 1st 1 peck hemp seed, Drummond would use them. They will leave to McMurtry. history their vindication, through their 2nd 1 peck hemp seed, John Henry achievements, not as told and spokHAY en by the thoughtless or those who 1st 1 bale of clover, John Farra. have been mislead but to the city's 1st 1 bale of timothy, John Farra, written records, through which it can 1st 1 bale Soy bean, John Farra. only speak and be judged. The records HORTICULTURAL. show one dollar per month telephone 1st Best display of apples. Forest The cheapest service, as promised. Electric Lighting franchise contract of Stapp, 2nd Best display of apples, Mrs anv adjoining city, a great saving to George Brown. 1st Best peck potatoes. Rev Hudson the people both private and public. 1st Heat pumpkin, Clyde Withers. The water works problem Holved in CAKE such a way as to furnish water and fire lst-B- est protection the year around, when herecake. Mrs. J. W. Palmer. tofore we had it dry lake for weeks PIES. each year, und this without additional 1st Pumpkin pie, Mrs. Geo. Smith. cost und u saving to the city of hunCANNED FRUIT. dreds of dollars in the collection of lst-B- est display of canned fruit, water rents that otherwise would have Mrs. George Brown: been forfeited. PRESERVES. We hope for the New Council all suclBt Best display of preserves, Red cess and a careful and worthy handling of the city's affairs. We are ready to Cross. POULTRY assist and give them courage when we 1st Best pen any breed, John W. Tinder can conscientiously do so. hen any breed, Marion Johnson Every man who voted against the lst-B- est Cockerel, James Burnside. New Council should with let-B- est them and the mayor In all just under- nd Best lien, John W. Tinder. Cockerel, S. D. Cochran. takings. Lets pull together for the nd-B- eit city beautiful in physical uttractweneis, Lancaster High School boys won moral proportions, and business effic- over uuena vista, uryantsville und iency and all will bo well. Paint Lick us the best corn judging team. As one travels southward from the Sea of Galilee a great plain comes into Friends will always Sympathize, in event view. It is mostly of sand, rock and barren soil, with here and there a Of loss, while Gaines, The Insurance man pays the cash. starved shrub. It is 20 miles across After an illness covering more than Colorado, farmer A Ixigan county, PRIVATELY FOR TEN DAYS ONLY. five years, Mr. J. II. Hibbard died last has literally built a house of straw, but Wednesday at his home on Hamilton built it in so substantial a manner that 220 Acre Farm. avenue, of paralysis. it makes a very comfortable home for He was 77 years of age and moved himself and family. Hale of About three mile of Lancaster right to this countv from Madison about straw were luid like block of on pike, rolling, very fertile, well imfifteen years ago. Besides his widow, stone for wills, with concrete on the proved und n ; cheap at FOOD ADMINISTRATOR he is HUrvived by one son. Earnest inside and nut. The house is 18 by IS $100. HO Hibbard, and one daughter, Mrs. E. II. fret in size, hm six rooms, and bears 125 acres, five and Mr. T. R. Moss, director of theState f tnilei of Food Commission, was in our city last Ray of Buckeye. f the appearance of n concrete building, Lancaster, mile off main pike. After funeral services conducted by Spaces we're left in the thick walls fcr Sixty acres in grass, lies well, is ferTuesday. While here our local chairman. Miss Tummie Francis, arranged Rev F. I). Palmeter ut the home, the windows. The inside walls and ceiling tile sandstone land.'Uandy. dwelling, for a meeting at the school Auditorium remains were interred at Buckeve last are plastered, nnd the house has a shin- good barn and tenant houw and cheap " Tuesday afternoon, at which time Mr. Thursday. gle roof. It cot but 1270, exclusive of at $100.(10. 41 acres, two and Moss addressed the meeting, to a small and furniihes a comfortable labor miles of Lancaster, improved, right on good We regret but interested audience. WELL RECEIVED pike, productive, rolling lund and will that the meeting had to be arranged be pi iced right. Apply to One of the best talks ever heard here so hastily, for a much larger crowd Chimberlaln and, Dragcn. D. A. Thomas Realty Agency, was due Mr. Moss, who enlightened on the conservation of food was that I tidy Jeune once nuked Joseph I.nncajter. Ky. the merchants present as to their dut- given by Miss Mary Sweeney, Dean of rlnln why. In I'll opinion, ho ies toward conserving the food, which the Home Economics department of " T.en fall short of tli, ir niMtlnti he said was one of the irost vitaldulies Kentucky University. Wednesday afMr. I'hnnherlnlti miMwrt d 'The Insect Language. imposed upon the people during the ternoon at the Woman's Club rooms. ' the place where Ihey turn Inect, in,. m niln, Ilnvo She was brought here under the ausThey mny haw killed the !ra. their calls. nutiiriilUlH nuy. which is now on. war llul the s ' 'lie first bridge, mid tit the sounds Ihey prodiuv Include the pices of the Woman's Club and it was e ewn nt the third; but toKi'lher of their llmhi ..r wing indeed that more people unfortunate THE MACHINE GUN more furmld-- ' rowrii nn.l the tire nln:i did not hear her. She has been asked lhrntlon f their go. ilnny turn wings h.i they mmiot itlwiim be urmlt. the further When one takes the trouble to in to return again, and in the event she .. h disheartened, mid wry Yew Willi en of n voices, rii,- and bees vestijjate.Americans ure proven to be a does, the lecture will bo given, either the mnustrr.i In end, but , tloubiedly mean minethliic ui. iimo very inventive nation yet because of at the court house or the school ,...r who do buv,. won forever. bum louder nml Ion. lor their great modesty they seldom claim and never boast of what they have done and often other peoples and na tions take the article, develop it, und sometimes enla.gi upon it and claim it as their own. In the matter of ma C. C. PATRICK, Manager. J. F.WALTON, Sales Manager. chine guns America has lead in the inThe Gatling gun was invent vention. ax mav a I i ed in 18G1 by a Dr. Gatling of Chicago, und was really a good gun and used Wagons Unloaded Good, Clean I IV extensively in the war with Spain. Promptly. Special I blcs For This gun turned on u crunk like u hand I .i .r aa G it organ and it fired at the rate of about a Horses. j j rtttcimuiiiovjiauiiifj WAREHOUSE ten ti scon'J. This gun has been superby vastly more effective weapon ceded that does not turn on a crank at all, you pull tho trigger und it does the rest DECEMBER firing ut the rate of about two hundred and fifty shots in about twenty five seconds, When the trigger is pulled u fresh cartridge Is discharged und that reloads the gun At the present time there are four types of guns used in our army and all are American inventions. They are the Maxim-callethe Vickers; the Colt; the portabls Hotchkiss, also called the and the Lewis. When "DIG HURLEY" Is the largest and best equipped loose leaf warehouse in the world. Howard Maxim invented and developed his gun he made demonstrutions before Light unexcelled, plenty or good clean stalls, not in n basement, and housing capacity lor many distinguished witnesses, notably 250 wajjons. the Kaiser. Not all of them were in terested and some dismissed the ideu of Mr C. C. Patrick, Manager, una uncle Joe wniton, tales Manager, will fie to it the invention with the statement that that you get top prices. it took too much amunition and was to expensive to operate. Evidently ull the witnesses were not of that opinion tor it was found at the beginning of Best Service and We do not speculate the present war in 1!)14 that the GerDay Courteous Attennor do we permit man army under the Kaiser had (0,000 of these Maxim guns with which to betion to all. our employers to do so PHONE 1815. gin their work of death and destruction while other nations are still hard pressed for arms and amunition. Truly it R. W. CRENSHAW. Auctioneer. S. J. ASHBR00K. Secretary. is a wise man that is in u position to see and know tho danger afar off. rement-covered money-makerone-halnr.e-hilone-hui ' . President Wilson in a message that is regarded us one the most momentous declarations American history, againhas enunciated. but more strongly than ever before, America's purpose in the war. He also asks Congress to declare war against the chief ally of Germany, but did not include in his re quest. Turkey and Bulgaria. Germany's other allies, declaring that they are 'mere tools and do not yet stand in the direct path of our necessary action". The President reasserted that German power as now constituted, must be crushed and that then, when, the Ger whos-man people have spokesmen word can be believed, "we shall be willing and glad to pay the full price and pay it ungrudgingly. "Let there be no misunderstanding, our present and immediate task is to win the war und nothing shall turn us aside from it until it is accomplished. Every power and resource we possess, whether of men, or money, or of materials, is being devoted and will continue to ht devoted to that purpose until it is accomplished." Congress, Austria-Hungarj in We arc giving you this information can the right spirit sire to see you buv when you get more tie-yo- produce. farm I I I (!) I t A. H. BASTIN & SON. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. BUILD NOW. HIBBARD HOUSE BUILT OF STRAW. FARMS I hi FOR SALE ,n, ut-rliap- rub-blu- '.-o- tin-th- e I t II JM OPENING DAY, 3, SAW "BIG BURLEY" FIRST OVER THE TOP WITH AN AVERAGE OF d $32.33 PER HUNDRED FOR 43,640 POUNDS Benet-Mcrci- Night and Service The Central Record, Thursday, Dec 6 !9I7. Without Spending Much Money If you wont to dress better than you did before without spending as much money, see the remark-abl- e values we arc offering. And Dont Forget A. vsv SUITS $14.75, $18.75, $24.75 DRESSES $9.75 to $15.00 COATS $15.00 to $27.50 The THE ONE PRICE STORE. Joseph Mercantile Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Waldon, of Danville spent last Sunday in Inncaster, the guests of Mr. and and Mrs. Charles Anderson. f Chr'stmas Is only a few days off and that wc have the finest stock in town from which to select for your lady relatives and friends. Your thought-fulnes- s in giving them someching they would have to buy themselves, will appeal to their practical mind and is doubly sure of being appreciated on that account. We have the things they will like best. Company. THE STORE THAT SATISFIES. CUT THIS OUT -IIS WORTH MONEY lip, enclose It with 5c and mail to Foley & Co., 2813 Sheffield Ave., Chicago, III., writing your name and addrcis clearly. You will receive in return atrial package containing Foley's Honey and Tar Compound, for bronchial and fa grippe coughs, colds and croup; Foley Kidney Pills, lor lame back, weak kidneys, rheumatism, bladder troubles;acd Foley Cathartic Tablets, a wholesome and thoroughly cleansing cathartic for constipation, biliousness, headache and sluggish bowels. You will also receive, free ol charge, Foley's Family Almanac, containing "Alphabet for Children" and "Health Hints"; Foley's Booklet on "Kidney Diseases" and a few simple suggestions for those having kidney and bladder troubles. You ceo tccurc ell these lor only Sc For sale by all dealers. WHY PAY $75. OR $80. FOR A RANGE 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. Hinhell three inch Wagon $70. Corn Shelters Cheap. J. R. MOUNT & CO. The Deal House. Window SIZES CUT TO Glass ORDER. AND PUTTY. STORMES DRUG STORE. n Makes Such Light, Tasty Biscuits Just let mother Ureal; I'ust !" for ns call, "Uiseuits for We're Mire there s a treat that can't be beat in store litfhl, tender biscuits tmiUv limun mid II Ml It'll UD with otIiit'sI 1'or niotiier is sine Uilunict. ot her linking powder bbe never disappoints us neeause. CALUMET BAKING POWDER always the same Try it. mm 1 Uv.MADEDY i'1t .. reUT. never disappoints her. IISI It's dependable. Results the best i Gilumct contains only such ingredients ns linvi! hern unproved olli- dally by the U.S.Food Authorities. You Save When You Buy It. You Save When You Use It. HlunLOl AWARDS the guest of her sister, Mrs O. U. Terrill, of Richland, Va., has returned home. Dr und Mrs Charles Zimmer and chil dren, of Lexington, spent Thanksgiving with their parents, Mr und Mrs R. Dr. and Mrs. Everett Purks, of Dan ville, came over to hear Dr. Horace Kingsbury ut the Christian church last Sunday, Mrs ItBchel Austin and Miss Rachel Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Gaines will atHenry have returned from a several tend the reception Friday evening given months visit to relatives in binning-ham- , by Mr. and Mrs. I). W. Mahan of DanMrs (i. M. Patterson has returned Ala., and F.IDorado, Ark. ville in honor of their son and bride, from a viiit to relatives in Knoxville, Miss Marie llallard. who hold a lu- Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Mahan. Tenn. crative position in the Graded School II. A. Hoeing, a '02 graduate from Mrs J. S. Gilbert was call to Lexing- at Stanford, was with her parents, Mr. the college of mechanical and electrical ton last week, tobewitli her cousin, who and Mrs. John llallard last week. engineering, who is in Lexington visitis quite sick. of ing his father, J. II. Hoeing, was a visThe many patrons and fric-.- ds Mr. Mr. James Stagg spent Thanksgiving Miss Mattie Kites will learn with pleas- itor at the university yesterday. in Harrodsburg with his sister. Miss ure that she has moved to the rooms Hoeing is now a captain in the engineering corps of the United Slates army Annie Stagg. next door below the Simpson Houe. and is located in Chicago. Mr. Hoeing Miss Stella Sanders it in Louisville, Mrs R, A. Campbell and handsome has just completed the examination for the attractive guest of her sister, Mrs, little son, Robert Wallace, accompanimore than 1,'JOO college men from the J. J. 1'uraley. ed by Mrs K. T. Minor, all of Canada, various institutions of the United Stat arc here for a visit to Misses Elizabeth es who have come into the office. Lexg Master James ilurnetl Cilbert is his aunt, Mrs Simpson, at Huck-ev- e, and India Jchnon. ington Leader. this week. Mr. William Garrigue of New York The members of the local C. W. II. Mrs Mallingly of Lebanon. Ky.. sptnt City, joined Mrs. Garrigue here at the M. and the members of the "Circle Thanksgiving with her daughter. Mrs home of her parents, Mr and Mrs. J. Girls" gave a farewell reception at the II. Conn, and spent the Thanksgiving home of Mr. and Mrs. Ross Frank Drowning. liastin, on holidays. They returned to New York Hill Court last Tuesday evening, in Mr. llnstow" Conn of Danville spent Sunday. honor of Rev. F. M. Tinder and family, Thanksgiving with his parents, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Adams and daugh- who leave in a few days for their and Mrs. J. II. Conn. ter. Miss Mattie. of Slmrpsburg, and at North Middletown,- Ky. The Mr. Willie McKlliott. of Lexington, Prof. Dotson, of Salt Lick, Ky. were entire membership of the two societies was with his home fulks uuring the here during the Thanksgiving season, were present anil a delightful evening Thanksgiving holidas. guest of Mrs, Adams mother. Mrs. R. spent, during which ifme u delightful Mr, and Mrs. John Mugce. of Dan- A. McGrath. salad course was terved. All prttcnt ville, were guest last Sunday of Mr. Mr. nnd Mrs. William Denny enter- registered their names in a "wish book" and Mrs. A. II. lUstin. tained at their beautiful country home which was carefully sealed and wai Mrs A. F. Sunders has returned from on the Richmond road last evening in not to be opened until Christmas morn ing. a visit to her daughter, Mrs J, J, Pur-sle- y, honor of Lieut. W. L Carman, of To add further to the entertainment, Camp Meade, Mil., who is at home for of I.ouisvilIe. Ky. tally cards were given out with the a few duys on a short furlough. Mrs. C. I. Morgan and little daughfamiliar name, "F. M. Tinder" writMr. Joe Harris West, of Akron, ()., ters, have returned from a two weeks ten thereon, nnd all were asked to ami his friend, Mr. Thumas II. Wood, make visit to Richmond friends. a sentence, using each letter in of Cincinnati, who was his guest hero the name to form a word, all of which Mr A.F. Sunders und family spent the last week, have returned to their homes Thanksgiving seusun in Louisville wall ufter a few days visit with Mr. West's created much amusement. The mem bers of the C. tV. II. M.. of which Mrs. Dr. and Mrs. J. J. 1'ursley. parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. West. Tinder is a member, presented ner Mr and Mrs J. N Trimble left Tues-da- y Hon. W. McClelland Johnson, now with a beautiful cut class basket. for Somerset where they will re- temporurially located ut Ilelle Jellico, Much regret is expressed ut the go main until about March lirst. Ky.. was a guest in our city last week ing away of this delightful family, who Mr. and Mrs. 11, J. McKoberts uf for a few days. He was accompanied have been in our midst for the past Stanford, were guests of Mrs. Joe by his son. Collier Johnson, who was a fourteen years. guest ot MrVul Cook during their short Mount last Tuesday evening. Safety First and your sty in our midst. Mrs. A. 11. Elkin uf Louisville was u Itusiness for the coming Dr. Horace Kingsbury, uf Louisville, guest for u short while this week, uf suKrintendent of the Kentucky Christ- Year HUH, will be appreciated her sister, Mrs. Lulu Johnson. Gaines the Insurance Man. ian llible School Association, spoke at Miss Elizabeth Collier of Middlesburo the Christian church last Sunday mornspent the Thanksgiving vacation with ing, afternoon and evening. Dr. Kings-- j Demanded Attention. her aunt, Mrs. II. D. Simpson. Irenp'8 mother wax III. nnd syn.pn-Ihllnlury is a delightful speaker, u con- tbltunt Kiit at her bedside, diMr. J. II. Collier ot Hell Jellico. wiislsecrated christian gentleman and his recting nil tticlr attention to the in the city last week shaking hands Kpularity is attested by his numerous The little girl Mood bj quietly j with his numerous friends here. friends that came from a distance tu fur n wclle. till nho could bear the in hint last Sunday. lift IM liincer. llolcllmr un her 1mm! A number of our local merchants at- - hear he begun looking for Rome Injury, und tendek a meeting of the retail mer- - j The announcement of the appointment of our good friend, George H. l.ndluK un Imaginary truce of a for-p- it chants at Richmond, last Monday, ten hurt, she as District Passenger Agent fur fully, "Yes, hut exclaimed reproachMiss Elizabeth Rest came down from Harris look ut tne. I dot a the Nashville, Chattanooga and St tore Auger!" Paint Lick, and spent the Thanksgiv-- 1 Louis Railway, is welcome news to all I ing holidays with Mrs. J. II. Conn. This Is a splendid his friends here. Ringing Chime Dells. Mrs Charles Denman lias returned to i promotion and puts him in line for fur When lirst Introduced, chime bolls her home in Nicholasville, after a visit 1 her advancement, which he has well i ro run; by it number of men, encb Mr, und Mrs. to her sister, Mrs Henley liastin. earned and deserves. n ropo from one particular wi" be loca,ed Permanently in II und striking It ut mo-.eMiss Mattie Adams who has been Mrs. Cyrui Daly and Mrs. Ilettus came to hear Mr. Kingsbury, Sunday. Mrs. Ellen Ileitis has returned from ' a visit to her daughter, Mrs. Jesse' Arnold, of Frankfort. Mr. O P. Mclleath, of Pittsburg, Mrs Perkins and littlf daughter and Pa , was in Lancaster Saturday the sister, of Richmond, were the guest guest of K. C. Gaines. Sunday, of Mrs N. Miller and Mis nd A Brief Mention ol the Comings Mrs. Carrie Davidson has returned Goings by Those Wt Arc Interested In. Carrie Miller. from a viMt to her her daughter, Mrs. Mrs. George Lusk has returned from Z. T. Rice, of Richmond. where A protracted visit to Louisville, Mr. and Mrs. E. I. Urown enterR. K. Henry was in Versailles, last she has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. tained very delightfully in honor of week., on business. R. K. Hughes. Judge Chas. A. Hirilin this wrek. Mr. Ira J. Holtzclaw is in Cincinnati Miss Annie Margaret Elkin. and Mr. Miss Ruth lirouddus has returned to this week on business. and Mrs. Robert L'mbry of Lexington, the Richmond Normal aHer spending and Thanksgiving with her parents, Mr. Mr. (!nle Walter made a business spent Thanksgiving with relatives friends here last week. and Mrs. II. F. llroaddus. trip to Louisville last wek. Gossip About! People T DON'T MISS THIS. Cut out this BIG CASH SALE BEGINS SATURDAY 17 We are offering during this sale wonderful values in trimmed and untrimined hats. It will pay you to take advantage of this great sacrific we are linking. Remember cash only. No hats on approval at our marked down prices. BELLA ARNOLD Pl in liing HEATING, GUTTERING, ROOFING, ROOF RE- PAIRING, Ventilating and all kinds of Tin Work. Your business will "rr'f lunula. Mr. and Mii. Robert F.lkin Hughes, and charming little daughter, Margaret, of Louisville, were here during the Thanksgiving season, passing the time pleasantly with relatives and friends. Their visit was marked with several important events during their short anniversary stay, one the twenty-fiftof their marriage, the other the twelfth birthday of their daughter, Margaret, the precise finger nt the leader pointed m for u signal. The custom original-- I In l.'uropc and wus luiortel Into .lis country when the Urst chimes ert brought over. ThlsVus shortly iter tho country's Independence was u hired, tho new bells being placed ii Trinity church, New York city. It i quired beven men to ring the seven ills, and It was not until 1800 that t plan was duvtscd whereby ono man .iluae was ablo to ring tho bells. appreciated. ,t PI WILLIAMS rhe Central Record, Thursday, Dec 6, 1917. Small College Has Its Own Work to Do and Must Do It Efficiently By L P. POWELL, Pro&nt of Hobarl College Fayette Warehouse BULLETIN NUMBER THREE. Opening Sale ' 102,090 Pounds $34,329.57 There arc a few small colleges that stay email, ami unless soma of them mend their waya they will grow yet smaller as the years go by ; for supporters arc not going to confuse smallncss with inefficiency, anil the small college, however small, must function efficiently, or it will cease to liavo a reason for existence. Hut hero and there you find a small college of which the alumni can proudly as well as truly say, with Daniel .Webster, "It is a small college. And yet there arc those who love it." The small college is the real college. It has no ambition to be a university. It is not tainted seriously with the distinctively university spirit. It still stands for general mental discipline, a liberal outlook on life and what wo call cultural interests, without longer narrowing the term merely to the pursuit of classical study. The small college today must serve a valid purpose. It cannot rest on the laurcli of the past. The small college today must do well its own special work. Problems it has. What live institution lias not problems, whether it is big or little? The small college has suffered much through the persistence of puerilities, but they are going. Sense and solidarity are taking their place. Brutal "hazing," vulgar "horsing," premature "rushing," vulgar "naddlinir." and excessive drinking, made possible by scholarship fund given to the college by good Christians, arc going because they have to go and they are going rapidly because tliey cannot wunstanu uic panes publicly of good breeding. Even Steel Gets Tired; Average $33.30 High Basket $56. Low Basket $20. $ How to Make Torches for Boys in Trenches MM f t Engines Must Have Rest Just Like Human Beings H I I H I M"l"H"M"t N 11 i Many women and schoolclilldren are busy ranking trench torches for the American soldiers nt the front, following the example of thousands of wom These en In European countries. torches nre very easily made. Here are the directions given for their man- UlUllUll UK llwillv- Spread out eight sheets of old news- nt the lone nnner inil Imcln rnllln end. Itoll as tightly as possible until the turners are half rolled. Then fold back the first three sheets toward the rolled part and continue to wrap around the roll almost to the first fold. Then fold back another three sheets and continue to wrap around the roll to the last margin of the paper. On I Itself Isn't anything unusual these strenuous days of railroading, says an exchange. When the engineer was asked why he could not mnke the time he said Ids engine was tired, that It had had no rest. A new employee milled nt the fellow, for he couldn't believe that a piece of steel actually required rest. Hut It Is nti- wiuteiy true, nnu me engineer umicr- Hands It as does uoiother class of ir dayInseveral which A train pulled Into n station tin1 nth' hours behind time Worlds Record Sale for Burley TOBACCO is the time to sell tobacco Every well posted man knows the PLACE NOW ft 1 1 1 I People. An engine's working hours tiro as definitely fixed as u man's working hours. There Is Just as well defined limit lo Its endurance. It gets tired pulling a train, Just us a man gets tired dragging u burden, mid the more tired It becomes the less etllclelit It Is, for all the world like a human being. In the case mentioned nothing about the engine was broken. Its pnrts were well adjusted. Hut It had been sent NOTES. SCHOOL jut on the road for a second trip after ' having made a long, laborious run. and I.. II. S. TEAM WtNS -- In the corn .It was tired und didn't do Its work as judging contest in Lancaster. Dec. 1, I t would have done had It been allowed the Lancaster High School won the ' to rest for 24 hours. prize, tt base IihII outfit. The agncul-turClubs ot Lancaster, Paint Lick, "TRY TO GET IN" Attic Is Made to Order as a Playroom for the I Kiddies. I IS ' l..ifr The attic now provides the home tilth the most delightful or playrooms, ulw.u In ai-a- ,lotil1 I In lf .11 ftl understanding of what children love. i an exchange. It Is u retreat that Is their very own. Just as they would If you told them haw dreamed It. that the alcoves were formed by ebanee lu the plan of the big houie. they would smile Incredulously. There is an alcove for ench child, where each has her own Individual set of fund-tirdecorated with lier own storybook pictures. In which Deep shelves furnish the wild animals sleep at night; und the tired hobbyhorse find a stable und rest. Itaby has a playgroond all her own, out of danger from prnndng Meed and raging elephant. There Is a quiet corner for nurse, toot What wonderful things are to bewindows, where et ii from the high-uthe sunbeams peep In to wake up the )s' Perhaps the view rnuy show hlM far out on the river or bay, or tossed In miles and miles of the wind, and soft, white plled-u- as p tret-top- Completed Trench Torch. clouds. this margin, consisting of two sheets, A Parliament of Seven. spread n little glue or paMe and continue the rolling sn as to make a comExcelling even the Scottish St. Kllda pact roll of paper almost like a torch. lirlt-M- i Cut this Into short lengths with u lu loneliness is I'ltcalru Island, a possession III the rueitlLV almost sharp knife. The pieces must then be boiled In enough paraflln to cover them midway between Australia und South for four minutes und then when they America. About two scpiare miles In are taken out and allowed to cool they ureu, tho Island has u population of uro ready to be put In boxes und sent 11,11 ; Including three Americans. The of Tahltliui to the front. Cundle ends may be used people uro only lanfor the parullln. If any are avnllable. bti.od, but English Is the guage spoken. A parliament, consistor block paraffin may be purchased. ing of seven members, und boasting u Not only do these torches help to president, u Ico president, and u tllspel the darkness of tho trenehes, Judge, conducts the uffulra of tho comhut three of them, used together, pro- munity. All persons above- the ago of vide sulllclent heat to cook the sol- eighteen can vote, and otlug Is done dier's rations und give tome warmth verbally. The natives uro civut music to the trench. Iouts, und take much prldt lu 1111 presented to them by Queen Victoria. Sometimes u year passes withMinn's Veiling. out the urrlva! of u mall. It onco happened that only two vessels called fchocs It Is said that the shoemaker during n period of 25 years. Is there everyone well but himself. This u wealthy man true In the casu of Big Game Increasing. named William S'unn of Teddlngtou. He was n member of tho famous lace making linn bearing Ids name tho llrltlbh Columbia's big gume Is said to be increasing. In the seclusion of first firm It Is said to Introduce Into England. As n boy of tho deep forests and wild fustnesses eighteen ho had fifteen hundred peo- of tho mountains tho black and grizzly beurs, the moose, tho caribou, tho mule ple under him. and lie bad a passion for designing beau- deer, tho black-tal- l gout coust deer, the and the sheep, tiful lace, and for Inventing Improve- ltocky Mountain ments tn laco machinery. Yet ho lived ovis fannlnl, ovls canadensis and ovls t&o llfo of a neglected hermit and the stoncl, tho Qncst game animals on the v.Iadows of this man's house, who had eoutlnent, have been on the lucreuse during tho last few years, It Is report . horned thousands of other people's i.lndows were bung with dirty and ed. In the United States, except In ousty rags I Only a short while ago tho game preserves, tho larger gaun animals uro melting away. lie died ot cold and neglect. half-castu lace-maki- Iluena Vista and Bryantsville were each represented by a capable team of but the Lancaster boys. three George Swinebroad. Gordon Doty, and Clav Sutton, proved to bs-- the better judges. During the last month, it. A. Dawes, Rev. Calhson and Rev. i'alnieler. have spoken at the chapel hour. Their talks were interesting und. instructive. Dr. Alexander Johnson o f Philadelphia, chairman of Commission, appointed by Governor Stanley to investigate the in Ken conditions of the tucky, snoke to the High School, Mon- day, Dec. 3. He discussed the training of the blind, deaf, and feebW minded, nn,l !nt...l nut nor f.bbVatioiia to those unfortunate ones. weekly meetus of the The literary societies are up to the uveiuge in interest and ttfort. Tho new t Ian of urouping the members and lioldiim, Sn each group respdnsible for toe program boys. s working admirably withThe The Older Hoys Conference meets in H(.r,fI George bwine.( To which is iidd--Richmond, Dec. the eliir lnn le.r broud. V Hi Cook. Hudson Erisbie. Kob-- , dering nlong the foregoing described Copier " ""'K -.n.1 nmtml.lv several Ot . of the stirjiu' hrnnrh and down the are planning to attend this conference. same to Dix River and up smd rivet to It. M. Rnliinsnn's corner and llienee HONOR ROLL-Grawith his line to the top of the clilf, tn contain about 10 acres. Two - Robert Ilatson Davidson, land rnnveyei' to Heinir tho sm Elsie Huttield, Lillian IvelUy. Nancy e Mollie Carrier, et al, by Ellnhii Thomas Lear, Cora Hudson bchisjler. and wife, fiv deed ilnteil April 4, Evelyn Tucker. Ileattlu Denny. lh'J'J. and recorded in Garrard County hothergll, Clerk's ollice. tn Deed tik 15, pngeTJi. Three Uarnett Grade The purnose of snid sale herein is to Katherine Morgan. reinvest the proceeds arising from th Grade Five Nancv Thiwnpsoii. sle in other real estate. Grade Six Linilii Jennings, itessie TERMS. Lee Wulker. Iajiiiiu Aldridge. Myrtle Th" sale will be made on a credit of Lee, Lizzie Ytung six months snd the purchaser will be Hagiui, required to execute bond with approvGrade Seven Elizabeth Swii.ebroad. ed security for the purchase price, said Marrs Grade Klfclit - 1'aul Morrow, Judith bond bearing six per cent interest from Cox. Mnrv datti until paid, having- the force and James Daniel, Mattit-U--e elfeci or ii judgment upon which exI'lilmeter. Anna Le Poll, Eranees edition may isue. payable to V. II. Brown, Master Commissioner Grant. of the Garrard Circuit Court, and a lien will I be reserved upon th property sold to secure the payment of same. W. II. IlItOWN. M. C. G. C. C. C. It. S'vinebiond. Att'v fur Plaintiffs. Capt. A. M. Uounie. Auctioneer. bo. feeble-minde- d ret-ula- r Located and being in Garrard County Ky, on the waters of Dix River and described as follows; lieguuiing at n point in the spring nruncli, kiiohii as the Ilright Sprint: branch, h corner to Nathan No' part ot me whole tract bought from I. M. Dunn, tbrnce along und with the top and the meanders ot the cliir ol Dix Kiver, up the same N 77J W 3.40 iwlea; thence N ! W 10 poles N 54J W (Kile., N :ifi W H pole. N S3 V 28 poles. N 45 W S poles N W 22 poles, S 71 W 2S.'J Hiles to a stake two poles S 441 E from two marked elders, said stake a comer In line to A. M. Robinson: thence his line S 41) E 205.3 poles to a stake near and southeast of an old rate, corner to said Robinson: thence S 47 E 14l!J polrs to County road the middle of the leading to Ki.bera Kord, corner to said Robinson, the two foregoing lines running with a partnership fence: thence with the middle of said road N 4IJ K III feet thence leaving the road and running back parallel witli Robin- on-jhH,N 47 V 87 poles to a stake near the east gnle post at a gate, said siaKe is Hi leel inmi Koliinson s line and is corner to Nathan Nor: thence with his line N Its E 44. M iolen to a stake, corner to same N 48J W 70 poles' to a stake, corner to same, N .IliJ W 2l.fi0 poles to the end of n stone fence. V 1 T. m.L. ...ill. nmn. In unn.u V .l,t,e to the middle of the spring branch corner to nme; Ibenre I "own am wun sum nrancn n 11 n 10. 10 poles to lb- - beginning, containing cribed as follows; mentioned in thu pleadings and des- (fillip The Garrard Bank riiaw Check for the tiuuify you ore mid note how much more res- pectfully your creditors re- - Tticy like to do tfurd you liusitiuss with n mnn who litis nil nivount nt the Girrard Bank A Tmi Co. They know he Is doing business in a business like way. Better often such an account even It your ilfairs are not large. They will grow all right. & Trust Company ..If, bt-rs- de sup-m- rtow-lin- -- - Don't Buy a Wagon Until You Have Seen Uic Columbus Iieforu you ilecido on any wagon, cxamlno tho Columbus. Slrongly built uf thu best iKJs&ibln material the Cohimbiu wagon (jin-j- i tho most satisfactory i ervicti (or tho longest, K'riod of years, '1 in ro Is no secret In tho notedly long lifts uf the Columbus wa,;on. It la tho result of tho methods employed in construction. There is no wood In this wagon which Imj not Ixni alr.dried under heller from onoto two years. Tho axles and thu spokos v. Hie wheels nru hickory: Ilia hounds, bolsters and Bamllio irdi are oak, u:id the I.ottoiu of tho box is straight grained tlawlobs pine. These n;a juot a few ok.i.uples of tho euro which is taken to inako this wagon reliabKi aioal!e. Tho rosult is that tho Columbus wagon ii titliut..l In ivUbi'.ity un endurance. Come in '. 'o know yuu nill bo pleased. and exaiiiliu it for yiu-sl- i. 1 -i .M MlUJItR i SALE OF LAND. Thought Something Misting. Marlon's grandfather was Scotch GARRARD ClUCUlT COURT. Plaintiffs, and a musician. Consequently he was Mollici Carrier, et al, delighted to entertain n gifted profesVS. Defendants. sional countryman, who was to appear Glass Carrier, et al, at a .theater. After dinner, when the Pursu'ii'l to a judgment renJeied at guest lind donned his kilts and was t!ie November Term, 11)17. the under- waiting for the car tn take hi in to the signed Coiniristliiner will sell nt public auction before the Court House Dour theater, the children were admitted to ii Ldocatter, Kentucky, ut 11 o'clock the lUiug room. Marlon eyed tho celebrity In wonder and awe, finally a, in . on walking up to him, und us she touched MONDAY. DECEUUEIt 21. 1917. It being the first day of the Garrard his hare Uneo In amazement Inquired, County Court Term, the real estate "Whiro your pants?" Becker & Ballard. Phone 27. Bryantsville, Ky. The Central Record, Thursday, Dec 6, 1917. M- BANK YOUR MOIET For the time will come when you will be glad you saved. On December First Our Statement Reads: Notes mid Monies Cash in vnult ami in banks offering amounted to over 125. Woods Walker entertained Mrs. with a delightful tea on Monday after, noon for for guest Mrs. Will Unchurch of Eldorado, III. Mrs. II. N. Ilcszlcy purchased of O. C. Itucker, his residence, on last Wednesday, for $1300. Possession was given immediately. Mr. Frank Ithodes had the misfortune to lose his home and all Its contents liy fire early Wednesday morning Mr. It. (i. Guynn's house nlsn caught onfire the same day hut whs put out hefore much damage was done. rr r MRS. LOGAN R. CARPENTER Auto Trip Writes Interestingly 01 Their From Lancaster To Their Western Home In Red Rock, Okla. fCARDS.j Rex Garage A. I). IIUADSHAW, Dear Mary:- - .... J121.013.tl 70,102.01 fpT)II WU I1HL, UNDIVIDED Cf?pPT f'tC AMn dUIULlM HNU :Xoo 3JD0OJ0 PROFITS . . . S 30,398.79 r DEPOSITS Overdrafts .J,l)7H.!)U . $206,666.53 S237 065.32 TOTAL MOTTO: "Remember us wheu you have Money, We will rememlBer you when you have none." Peoples Kentucky. Bank. Paint Lick, A UnmHy As I promised you, I shall send you'n brief outline of our trip home from Ky. We left 1'reachersville Saturday morning. Oct. We , in the ruin. pncstil thru Stauturd, Ouiiville, Law renceburg, llarpidsburg. bhelbyville, and St M uttie ws Into l.ouiHVille. This is n better pike than by way of Hards-towWe drove into louisville about !! I'. M. and visited over night will, an aunt unit uncle, Mr. and Mm. I). II. Kd miston. Had u very pleasant vint with tliLin In their beautiful home and left there Sunday morning hIioui '.) o'clocl: for Vincennes Ind. We had not gone Ymi Jlrvl unlltd far when we found plenty of muu but In heni VKM'toJIu it was a beautiful sunshiny day and we down's tnak made gemd lime. We cruired the Ohio cnouffb irhiu. Grain vtraeet 224 yolks to only 154 wbitt river over the toll bridge at New AlChicken Chowder Purina bany thru I'ooli into Imiiana. We found with Purina Scratdi Feed tairly good roads. Wo arrived in Vincontains elements for cennes about six o'clock and took u 212.33 whites, 214.77 yolks. Kotctcr(ortt8linrcatillsreniunt(crt room for the night. Vincennes has a nut tit I3i)bcfufttt tiKi murti era la population of 15.000 and a busy little which forms tat ami rut ilown ric Injlnjr. FmiI too II. limns fceruten city. It began raining about FcM to Chow rfer you'll use let fatd and set and rained the rest of the night. There MORE EGGSOR MONEY BACK was also quite, an electrical storm that Moftcrpakl If li)rfna(hi:rn f how Ik) rcdrrxlMi U herwilo not lar der nlll did iiuite a lot of damage. no re ppcs lei l'urln.t Chicks Next morning we ato breakfast ut ( Chowdir as UUfctcU wltb lurlaa Herat'1 n o'clock and started on our way by 7 A. ARWaTKpURINA in M. We traveled ell day thru mud and rain, pulling on low a good many miles mid-nigwiM-t- i Prop Agent for Kxcluiivc FU IICkT CAES Open Day and Night. Phone 66 Quick and Satisfnctory Service. Dr. Wm. Office D. Pryor, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. at Lancaster. Uainey a Livery Stable. Kentucky Phone 229. Office Hours H Ito4-7to9- to 12 a. m. m H. K. Denny and W. Office . A. Wheelei Doctors Of Dental Surgery. Storme. HulMttticoier Hurt A Aiidei .on, iirntliue lote LANCASTKH. KENTUCKY.' KCRWCH FEED rCHICKEliJ jCHOWDERj S L GUARANTEED CURE Think of It. Mr Ptmrlbert'tairmolr forhoff rbnters ffll Mftf"1 How thai It 10M under MUtft1 CiuatftBtr llond. U can yru nom in i4no c nances nor wbn ) on ran pet ih. rtmrtr on och trrtntf 1 1 d'-a PAINT LICK Delayed letter. sinn Bourbon Hon Cholera Romedv tK Trk , cooir f CholerQ fct. LeadingDealers f tb. liournoN trMnir cohiaky. rl". r"4'. It wlll lnljuM iiintn. Kt. g VV lid L .rxuuLii upv.ouiai.iuii ' stock broker, after retiring from business, made rrrnurk "I have never known a business man to tin. speculate two years successfully." The Jail of many a man may he traced to speculation. It is unsafe for any man 'with a limited of monay to risk it In speculation. The Hank is the best and safest place for surplus money. An exwnencrd Mr r. T. It. Slavin was host at a din- With every Insurance thought Ing on Wednesday. Think of Gaines; Mrs. Tom liabton was hostess at a If property ou have bought, dining on Thursday. Think of Gaines. Mr. W. II. "'crley, of Kichmond, wns Should you go in debt a guest he-Tuesda-y. Don't worry and fret. Miss Geneva Murphy of Richmond, Think of Gaines. All obligations will be met. is the guest of Kiss Emma Hurchell. You better bet, Eldorado, of Mrs. Will Upchurch, you'll never forget. III., is the gu-s- t of Mrs. Woods Wal- When you insure with Gaines. ker. Dr. and Mrs. II. J. Patrick were hosts at an elaborate dining on Thurs- day. W. Ilrlght and children, Irvine are the guests of Mrs, J. Mrs. J. of I). re- i lb Citizens President. W. (). I'jcNEY, Ass't Cash'r. 11. National Bank KY. Ilurchelt. Mr. and Mrs. It. W. Guyn have HIGHEST PRICES PAID lUmltUncs MHm1 a Day SUpnUat U Rclnd OK LANCASTER. turned home after a few days visit at Kmminenec. Lewis Guvn. of Henry county, is the guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Itobt. Guynn, The Silver Tea given by the Ited Cross Society was a delightful affair and the We made only J3 mile as It was si cold we stopped about t o'clock for the night in Odin Illinois. We were pretty for Men and Boys. Best by test. well chilled and our car was n tight Every pair guaranteed. sen We could hardly tell the colur It was so splattered with mud and water, G. Odin is quite a mining town, also a rail road center on the U. and O. It was dreadful cold night nnil next morning It was the ground was frozen hard. hard on tires but we made better tim than thru the mud and water. However it stopped raining and the sun FUNERAL DIRECTOR shining once more. Office Over National linnk. e stopped lit Shiloh and ate dinner and felt fortunate enough ,111 getting Hesidence Phone 3. Office Phone 27 vegetable soup and a line chicken din LANCASTER, KY. ner. We could appreciate this after Shiloli riding several hours in the cokl. was about tuo and a half hours drive Missouri. 10 Saint On nearing St. Louis wc found splcn did roads, the first really good hignwuj since leaving hy. WeUidnot stop in St Louis but drove right thru to St. Kentucky. Lick, Charles and ferried across the Missouri drove to rhtr. From St. Charles we Warrenton and stopped at six o'clock The Wayenherg Line of Work Shoes C. COX, Manse.Ky J. A. Beazlev H. J. PATRICK, Dentist. Paint No Commission Writ for to Pay V. HUDSON. Job J. Walxeii, Jr., Cashier. J. J. WALKER. Vic I'rest. Pr. U.I .ad Shipping Tart W. K. CHAMP. M. Sabel & Sons lararxnttl ElUlhUd MS LOUISVILLE. KY. ON ROLL OF HONOR. V jjj HI HE JEC X IV C5- - O XT JEC S for the night, liy this time the roads had been dm ged and in much better condition lor traveling. We drove from Warrenton to Sedalia, ate dinner in Columbia and again crossed the Missouri river on a ferry at Boonville and on to Scdalu for the night. Uemg tired we sought to retire early, forgetting it was Hallow e'en, but jioon awakened tc the fact by the hand coming down our way p!aj ing "Hot Time In The Old Tow Tonight", tollowed by a mass of people in every imaginable costume, from the tiniest to the oldest. All trallic was stopptd in the main part of the city for an hour or so and the crowd given full sway. 11 Honaker Fine Cut Flowers. John M. McRoberts. J.E. EDWARDS, M.D Phone 365-M BUCKEYE, KY. IS HI HI I I I I 5 TOBACCO TO THE' From our room on the 3rd lloor we could see it all and we enjoyed it with Hardy Flowering i 8 Lancaster Tobacco ! warehouse MGRS. i STANFORD STREET. ! I I C. A. SPEITH COMPANY, We Pay the Highest Market Price and Unload the Same Day. No Commission Charged. Phone 308. BRANCH HOUSE AT HORELAND AND PAINT LICK, KY. the rest. We left beclulia at eight next morn Mo., to visit a ing for Harrisonville brother. Iteid Carpenter and family for a day or two. There we treated out car to a shower bath whhh greatly improved the looks of It as well as the color. Purchased two new tires and left tnere Saturday morning for Colony Kansas, the town near where 1 was born. There weVisited and stopped vyiffi one of my cousins whu recently was struck by lightning and very seriously hurt, but now convalescing We drove out to the cemetery Sunday morning and visited my grandparents, all aunt and uncle's graves, t of them, ui.d from in took a there we drove to Kl Dorado, my hus band's uld home, where father Carpen tor settled in un early day. It now is one of the greatest oil fields in the UniU-States. The Trap Shooters havo one well producing 30,000 bun els per day. We stopped over night in KIDor- ado and I must say, on our entire trip I thru to Kentucky and back this was the busiest place we found. We drove from Kl Dorado to our home, which looked real good to us after an absence of six weeks. Altho we tnund ' it very dry wheat was looking good It was u wonderful trip nuU one we jail enjoyed. Going thru we burned 01 'gallons of gusoline and made the trip without a puncture, but owing to the weather we found the roads better going thru than we did in coming back. With western people the Kentuckiuns are notod for their hospitality und wo found in visiting them that they are full worthy of the name they bear. I must close wishing you all success Sincerely, ard prosperity. Mis. Logan Carpenter, over-nigsnap-shuI I Plants ans Bulbs For Fall Planting $2.00 worth of, hard v plants and bulbs for fall $1.00. Write for particulurxandKKEK 1'ALI. FLOWER HOOK, which tells what to plant, how to plant and when to plant. SINGER, THE FLORIST ROUTE, P. - HAHRODSBURG, KY' Southern No. 10 No. 4 Rail Road.. Danville. Ky. North-boun- Cincinnati Express, dally 4:30 a.m Spe- G:03 cial, daily No. 28 Dlue Grass Special, daily except Sun...fi:0S No. 14 Carolina Special, daily 7:00 Express, dailv 1:35 No. No. Limited, dailv S:20 a.m. a.m. a.m run. n.m. p.m. No. 12 No. C Royal Tnlm, South-boun- daily.. 5:37 No. 11 No. 1 No. 13 No. No. 3 I Express, dally . 11:05 Royal Talm, dai!y..ll:20 New Orleans Lim ited, dally 11:35 Carolina Special, dally 10:15 Loca a.m. a.m. n.m. n.m. Spe- - 0 cial, daily 11:52 n.m. No. 27 Blue Grass Spe- Mabel's Oda Request. rial, daily except One morning MahefH mother guv Sunday, arrives.. 8:15 p.m. her a bunch of grapes ; when she got For rates, routes and information through eating them, she gave thu stem back, fcajlug; "Mother, put muio call upon er address M. J. Coughlin, agent; 'phone 340. more od here." Ited Kuck Okla. Florida Spe cinl, daily 11:35 p.m. The Central Record, Thursday, Dec 6. 1917. i iUUU V. Usire 1JI8 r FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN. m jar ncxrvr rm Ltli FOIS UKN'T: Houae with six rooms. to rent fame until April lCth, U. . Elkln. Cull on ROBERTSON'S DECE MIEI SALE Man past SO with horae nnil buggy to Gar-r- nl sell Stock Condition Powilcr in Salary J90. per month. county. Addrof. it Industrial Uliig.. Indlnnapo-Indian- a. Rock pullets. $1.00 euch. llrynntKville Exchange. Mrs. .1. V. Malian, lor Sale-Fift- een Harred Phone Women's and Misses Tailored Suits, Serge Dresses, BIEQ-IIETS heresy Hint Germany cannot be Germany must lie beaten. B Germany can U beaten." ThiJ la the inspiring message that comes to Amer ica from (Jen. Perilling: thru llithop Luther II. Wilson who has recently from where be hail (tone on n V. M. C A. minion. IliRbeitt praise ami conimemlalfon have been KiveT the American ttoupi by the Cenerale in France. A few JJmontln nj;o theae bna anil men .were iillelly .iirsiilM t.'ieeven tenurnf their WAR NEWS OF THE WEE 'Tell thrm there la no ground (ir y beaten, Marksburv. Ky. Strayed to my place about October Owner can Itlth. three yearling colts. have same by proving property and paying charges. J. E. Anderson, R.r.I). 1. Lancaster" Silk Dresses, Coats, Skirts, Waists, and Fine Furs. FOR RENT. Kor year 19tS. house owned and formerly occupied bvllt. T. Embry on Hill Court, Possession at once, if desired. Hright Herrinir. ,f TODAY Dresses. way In the V4riouiuriHiitiif bulne. Now then,, aatne raw recruit are well ltleveloeil. well traineil aoMiera, taklnc ! their ilcea beaiJe those who have made wur a builnena for J eara, anil do. iiiK no credilahly to themaelves mill the natiuii they lepreient. This ahowa tbe ' . ... I .L ...I. 111. awnfiiiiwniit mid me veraaine cnarac ter of the American, It now delinttely known that many American troopa tinik an active part Q in the (hive on Cainbrai A cumber of American army en- - ... Tailored Suits. More than one hundred and fifty to choose from and all made by the best tailors in New York and Cleveland. The materials are all pure wool, styles the very latest and best. NOTICE TO CREDITORS AH persons having claims against the estate of the lute Dr I! Hamsel. will present same to tne. properly proven, or to mv attorney. Judge L. I.. Walker. 11! Ilurdette Ramsey, Executor NOTICE. The stockholders of the Citirens MAtinakl Hank, of Lancaster. Ky , will hjld their annual election in their bank ing room in Lancaster. Ky., on Tues day, January 8lh. 131S. for tile pur-nos- e of electing directors to serve for of Silks, Satins, Crepes, Charmeuse, all wool Serges, etc., in a great variety of new styles suitable for any occasion. Hundreds to select from beginning with a big lot of Silk and Serge Dresses at $9.75. Shirt Waists About three hundred of this season's choicest styles of Georgette and CreDe de Chenes will be marked down to less than price of materials. the ensuing year. W, F. Champ, Cashier. Nice five room cottage with hath and electric lights, barn and large garden, on Hill St. Possession Jan. 1, 1918. Sen V. S. Emory, or write me at 322 E. High St.. Lexington. R. T. Embry. J EO-t- forIeE Coats We can harojly keep in Coats, so great is the demand, but all our Coats will be offered at reduced prices during this sale. NOTICE. The best time to plant fruit and shade trees, blooming shrubs, rhuhard. asparagus, grape vines, reaes, peonies, perennials, etc, is in the FALL. Get our Fine Furs Fine collection of Animal Scarfs and Muffs in Woir, Foxes, Real Lynx, Raccoon, Etc., and although prices on these are advancing weekly, we will offer these at reduced prices during this sale. large illustrated catalog of everything for Orchard, Lawn and Garden. Finest stock grown anywhere. H. F. H1LLENMEYER & SONS, Lexington, Kentucky. CHRISTMAS GIFT LINES. Silverware ShefThe largest ami most comprehensive line of Standard Sterling Silver from f 1.00 to ?2i50 field Silver from So 00 10 $40.00, 1817 Rogers &AM11 (V.s I'lnttd Silver in l.e tim in Central Ky. ARMY Mules WANTED Five to nine years old. Parisian Ivory Mahogany Trays Hold Q-Qyg- In Brushes, Combs. Mirrows very attractive prices. Bejjlnninij at mid nil. oilier Toilet $10-001' Pieces in liest quality at f 1.50 and on up to Wrist Watches at S7.00. SIO00. $12.50, 515.00 and' up'to 5 10.00 Cmneo Brooches I T. 3 to S25. Gold Beuds up in J e W Ciry kinuV, ?8.. 510.. ml on Clasps, ?25. Novelty Kings,Brooches atkuVullierrca, fromi'earl to 520 $2.. Bracelets. Will i'ms, Chums of all . at St, , to 55. 7. Scarf lJutton. lie Fine line in Biown, Tnns, Greys, Black, White, and we advise nu to buy early as they are P'c:iiikIii in the German turning move. H nie.it They eCNKd by lying Hal on tjj the cimind nml Incline In the fhc-Ihole until Hie llrilih leached tbmi, when they exchaiiKed ihelr ahoveh. for guna 9 ami took an aetive and enthualaxtic Great mlmlnition la 2 fort in the liRht g for them cwicerniiii: tbeir - iimlnea nml iiilrepidily. S rjfeiint Ijimti, an American, who haa lieen entitled In th- lioyal liyini,' JS SUdioii mce I'.ll lina reached luU-fville. wearing on hi oleeve a little dill ver atnr (hat tell the alorv of bi din He will be- imtruclor at the Ilchiirce. School of Aviation. I lie will . troin the buiU- l ing on the night of Dec. Sltli. bearing h mr.j.K" ui goou cnier to ihe aoldiera of Cini Taylor It H reared that liuffia. with her army nut to rout, nml in the control of M t he llolnbrviki. will undertake to make wilh Germany. AmbaanaiW liua irulrui-iiH- l .Mi kn,n, ... r i r irotet.i aimilar to that of the Millet to any uegntluria for an betwreti Itutalu ard Germany Scolder that the Unlti-- Statea lixi to Ituaaia waa with the under' standing that J.fin wut to continue J in the war. In eaking of the J would remember mat ItoUheviki, we "ltolihevikl" la 1 the plural, and the terma "lloltheviki Government" l eiUal to aaying the ij (lerrnan's Government. The prrper H ; term It the "llolthevik Government " 'The lloltheviki being applied to the niemhera In the plural acrire. Thit Hnlthevitt crowd aiu deterlbed at a jtuarm of agitttura who ttarted the most eltborate, tvtlematic and imidu. lout propaganda for the purpoie of poisoning the mlmla nf the ignorant against their othceri, the Government, and the AHlea. The lituation could ntiuiy lie worte man ot Ituulu, jet I'rofetsor lrd. of Harvard writea an article cuvering the whole tituation in which hu alalia Unit he bellevea Itutlia will right htrtelf nud the ttruggle for I I'KiwniyuiMiiKiiii me nriiinirallwayi in Hie reciuo of (omeroiirl were J ) - e - Courier-Journa- IK - j I i Weight 1000 RobeS AlltO RllgS DOWn Filled. TQwelS Jg.j n, Ttr lVlCaillim Golhaiu Gold Stripe and Knyser Pure Silk Hctc, in nil the fashionable colors at prices below the market. For Men. Women and Children in great variety, from 53.50 to 5(i. kirjje S'Z( al, i PUIe W0'' i0'1 11IU' W'"ln' i,r,t)' 12-5" . 515, and 51050 J freedom wil not be In vain. The Auatro Gerinun bombardment it atill iiitente along the Italian front, but aid it Hearing defender nt vail of men ami munition are Iforcea While digging trenchei on the Aniago front, thu Itiliau toldiers have unearthed the futtil remaint of Saltern Comforts. 72 by 81. wannest cover evrr made nt S3. J II to 1200 pounds. W. B. BURTON LANCASTER, KY. Think It Over. Nothing Is too high to bo reached, pr too good to be true. Charles Gordon Ames. Help Yourself. There l In this world Infinitely more Joy than pain to bo phured, I! you will only take your share when It Is ect before you. Ituskln. Be yQQ Filled Coniforts. made of best Silkaleue. with Satteen borders, 72 by 81 hires, at Mieciul price liiattadoiia At n recent conference the Kinga of Norway, Sweden und Denmark have decided to remain neutral during the wur mid'tielp one another economically, ui long ua the war liult. i "limv faney sty,t'8, wn'c1' we )f i,1,M,,"telv ""er nl ol(l I'riuss ff""' 2r L'I1,S 1,1 51.00. Towels '',ire Li"ea nm, fine 'iiiu,ity ,a 50 ceii,s to '"r,' many Mylts nt the iow price I The claim lo your 1'Htrouage ure 1um"I Upon tliu meiit unci elliencv Of Galuea Agency. and Union Suits in Silk Underwear In Cainmisolo. Vcus. Teddy of a year ago, Crochet, Satin. Dimity And 51.50 to 57.50. Bed Sets from Counterpanes, in many styles and all sizes. Bears, ! and K'rinklfb. Prices FARMER'S COLUMN ti Bed Blankets Handkerchiefs Handkerchiefs, Mens Pure Linen We offer special values in Fine Wool Blankets nt Will not be mi cheap ngain in years. 57.5. 59.. 59.51'. 51 1.50 and 515. a p.dr. Hundreds of dozens of Plain and Fancy Handkerchiefs, women mid children, hiugle and in boxes nt Inst years' prices, 5 cenif, 10 cents, 15 cents and 2.") cents. 15 cents. 25 cents to 75 cents. apcm iiviow iblt beailnig u Tor tiiv eielu le lue ol ourltnter tiiliacrtlHirt. tud It for the talt ol alock, iitiu ami tucli thnit ou larm llie lirmrr c.uuol airuul lu titer-IU- , No notice will ho tcceutvil orvr lour lluei, tail will liaoiilrln " laiurt ol lha Ifoan, llewiifotiarfi- - Optlmiitlc. These are only suggestions calling attention to the most important lines of Merchandise, but you will find hundreds of other suitable articles in our stock. For Sale I'reali milk cow. S. D. Cochran. Relieve und hope, hays n writer. Hope no much that It will be dllllctilt to believe nil of It, but bellevo It nny-waIn short believe und hope that all you believe will cotnn true; und hope und believe Hint all you hope will come to pass boiuo day. Beware of HI A. B. Even-Tone- d Wood. Small H'llntera of the wood of old, Crvuionu vloliua, when vlbruted with n bow, have been found to give In- Variably the wime uotej und that uoto Isuluuynu toneldliher wheu the wood Is taken from the belly of the Inxlru- ment (ban wheu It comes from tbe obertson Danville, Kentucky. St Bro, FOR SAl.K: Some pure bred Mammoth Ilrouze gobblers. 12 ti. Mrs. T. Yuntis. FOR 12-f- i SAl,K:-Th- ree Hereford COO calves, welgblnK from , bull to 50 lbs. Alfred Owens. extra good Mammoth llroi'ze Turkeys. I'hone 40-- J Mrs Jaa Sutton, llryuntsvllle, Ky. SaleA few For There ore two kinds of Ignoble old age. One Is decrepit, leery, tottering to the grave. It Is the kind which moralists can use as a wurnlng und n test The other Is the Infinitely more danger ous kind. It reveals a sound constltutlon beneath the rags und defilement It cannot be used us u text, for It works tbe other way. It seems to show that u man may drink, loaf and otherwise transgress, and yet keep going pby.lcally. Atlantic Monthly. back. The Newett Theology. Milking Excited Him. . Henry, used Mx, who !iud Juat been' A boy ut n recent exiiinliiutlon la In the barn wiitrlilng bin uncle milk Scripture win naked where Culn went the ciiwh, went in (ho home filled with after be killed Abel. Ho replied thut he excitement and tat down to eat Ills went to bed. The teacher wanted to hrciikfiixt. Utter ulieu mother aaked know how bo miidi' Hint out. He Ruld liltu '.hy be didn't drink hla coffee, he ( "It'a In (be chapter, air, that Culn, replied, "Oh, mother, I forgot to milk after he had killed Abel, went to the of Nod." Chrlatluu Heruld, It I" jland For Sale About tbreo dozen Whito Leghorn hens. Thonn 47-J llryantsvlllo Big Sunflowers. Mrs J. G. Doty, Marksbury, Ky. ex. Giant aunllowera that crew In a car-dr- n nt Llauduff, Wales, Hvero raited Sttayed from my placo about 10 days from u aeed brought from Australia, ago a bsy horse, IS liandshigli, scarred und one reached the extraordinary knees, and star In forehead; alto a bay height of IS feet. It held ouly one bloom, which was id Inches In diame- yearling colt with spot in forehead. ter. The clunt entirely dwarfed Its Any information will be appreciated, V. V Ilrlckey or Logsn Scott, Engllsli cousins close by. Uuena Vista. Ky. I