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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): December 13, 1917 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1917 cen1917121301_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 13, 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 KIOHTII YEAR LANCASTER, KY.t THURSDAY AFTERNOON. DECEMBER 13. 1917. COAL SITUATION ACUTE If Germany would too what the rut Tho coal situation In Lancaster has of the world sees she would acknow become acute and if the farmers of ledge herself whipped and sue for peace tho county and the citizens of the town accordingly. ale not extremely conservative with If we don't" wnnt the rest of tlin what they have on hand, we will have world to have tho horse laURh on us we a coal famine here in less than n week. Fuel Administrator II. C. KaulTman must mnk good every word In I'resi- Is doing everything in his power to redent V llsjn'a recent niesrage. lieve the situation Hnd is holding the Every time voti Invest In a twenty-- 1 dealers duwn tu a very small margin of five cent savings stamp you will have profit; and to make the matters worse, the chance to experience the thrill of many of the dealers thnt have been doing your for you country handling coal in this city for u number of years have layrd down on their jobs and the war. and Hre making practically no effort to If there were more tobacco and less secure coal. Only one firm in town has this war would be over any coal this morning, and that only a slack. This firm is and the hoys out of the trenches by few bushels Christmas. As it is it may take six making every effort in their power to relieve the situation and are handling months longer. the coal at virtually no profit to them Our Xmas line of Tine Candies. Nuts. and after today will limit all sales to is complete. 1G bushels to a home. The farmers Fruits and Groceries Our new Chinaware has arrived and who can burn wood had better begin will sell it at reduced prices during the using it and in that way the homes in I will appreciate a call. holidays. town, where no wood can be secured, W. II. Hall. may be supplied. That we are on the eve of a coal famine, there can be no doubt. BAZAAR AND EXCHANGE. two-bit- s g f i-- NUMBER 37. Kor Sale -- Piano. Apply t this office. Our line of stoves U complete, consisting of Stoves the I THE UNIVERSAL CAR Great Majestic Range, Cast Ranges, Hot Blast Heaters, Cannon and What could be more appropriate than one of these Gars for a Christmas Gift. Let us have your order now. Laundry Stoves. A complete Haselden Bros. Garage. 1 line of Pipe, Elbows, Dampers.etc manufacture our pipe and can make any We desired shape. Conn 8 LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. D Brothers. 1 The Haptist Aid Society will have a continuation of their bazaar mid exchange December 15th. Everything good to eat will be on sale. NEW MEAT MARKET. CHRISTMAS CAMPAIGN LAUNCHED FOR FOR 2,600 NEW MEMBERS RED CROSS. 11 13 11 ir Mr. I'hil Hrown opened up a new II. meat maiket today In the W II LacHe key store on Richmond street. asks the patronage of his friends und promises good service. V. BASTIN ACCEPTS CHAIRMANSHIP. Drive To Begin Next Monday. Values V? Better or 1 MENINGITIS FATAL News win received here Inst Friday of the sud death of Master John Gray, the four year old ron of Mr. and Mrs. Qunicv Gray, of Knightstown, Ind. Mrs. Gray before her marriuge was Miss Isabell Walker, daughter of Mr. A. K. Walker, of this county. Much sympathy is expressed for the family in the loss of this bright 'ittle boy. WE NEED HIM IN LANCASTER J. N. Trimble and wife, who have been living at Lancaster for sometime, have returned to Somerset, their old Mr. home, and will remain here. Trimble was doing some concrete work at Lancaster, and is said to be one of the best workmen in that class in this We welcome section of the country. these good people, and hope that they will never see caue to leave us ugain Somerset News. RECEIVES PROMOTION. 8BS5HBfiSSBEHB5S89 Our growing business is the result value giving. Y7 greater Located off the Square, rent is cheaper and expenses less therefore more goods for less money. Make us a visit and save money. g Holiday ft Dr. J. M. Casey who received his commission as a Second I.ieutenant,ecv-era- l months ago and was sent immed lately to Camp Shelby, Miss., lias just been promoted to a First Lieutenant and his friends here are receiving this good news with much gratilication. Lieut. Casey is in the Kemount Department and we know that his promotion is a deserving one. Several years ago ho married Miss Willie Wilkinson of this city, who is now with him at Camp Shelby. A Nation-wid- e Christmas membership drive has been planned by the Ked Cross War Council. The drive is to begin on December 17th and continue unceasingly until Christmas Eve. "Make it a Ked Cross Christmas" is to be the recruiting slogan. Ever) one taking out a membership in the Ked Cross drive will be known as n "Christmas member". The effort will practically be limited to securing annual members, paling annual dues of one dollar. Mr. Henley V. Itastin. of this city has accepted the Chairmanship of this campaign und has established bis headquarters in the room adjoining Curreys grocery, which room has been kindly donated by Mr. II. C. Hamilton. No better selection for a. cliaitman could have been made than Mr. Dastin. who at n great sacrifice will devote his en tire time to this work for the next ten days. He should, and we believe he will have the hearty of every present member of the Ked Cross and with such he will go "over the top" with the 2.G00 new members that Garrard county is asked to furnish. A luncheon has been arranged fcr to morrow at the City Club rooms and invitations have been sent out to vuiious persons through ou'. the county to at tend this luncheon, at which time an organization will be effected for the drive which will begin next Monday, CHRISTMAS -- At- McRoberts Drug Store ciiLs&Eg i ... ammmmm cure ! sZe&m. aLecsl Gwa. c Uvni." How aWotC to Uia cbuoct CJ!nit be; chcltr lean Jwfcrn jot nn cet i j rerWy on fuch temtf rJouraon t.'oa CSolora izcrccsy li iCiu yousold I nhnlnnn IUltJita I EllJ.J J'thfloolr BOUSSOTJ K- - VDY COMPANY. Lerlnr-o- Kr. Arrangements are being perfected for u large Ked Crois thermometer to be erected in the public park, well illuminated, showing every evening the num ber of new members recorded and the number lucking to reacli the desired gonl. In this bloody war the Ked Cross is the only Good Samaritan. In proportion to the suffering on the battle scar red lields it has renewed its zeal and its activity und from the 17th to tho 21th inclusive, u nation wide drive will be made for new members to assist in this work of humuutariunisni. Garrard County is usked to contribute "000 new members and it is hoped to enlist the interest of every person in this cause that lies so close to the heart ' of the people. Eveiy member of the Ked Cross, new . und old, is to teceive u Bcrvice Hag. I Where the entire household is enlisted u red star is placed in the centre of the llu and where there ure children white stars surround the Mug. From 7;30 to i);au o'clock on Christ- -' mus Eve this Hag with a lighted cundlu to be pluctd in the window of the On this homo erdisted in the cause. occasion, that will forever be u memorable one, may there not bo a darkened window in our little city or in our Bargains In Goods. 44 GARRARD BOY LOSES LIFE F-- 7 I S IN WAR ZONE. Same Prices as Last Year. See our line of Fancy Handkerchiefs Many In Holiday Boxes. 2 TIES, SOCKS AND SWEATERS. FANCY LAMPS, OOLLS, Fa VASES CHAIRS, WAGONS AND SLEIGHS SALAD BOWLS, Glassware, Aluminum ware. ft We deliver in city limits. Fresh meat bought Your trade appreciated. s s: ft S Sanders Variety Store. When the news reached here that the Destroyer Jacob JoneM hud been torpedoed In the war zone and sunken, friei.ds of Ileidel San ford, son of Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Sanford of this city, feaiedforhis safety for they knew vessel, that he wus aboard the having enlisted nbout three years ugo, years of age. Later disund w:ts patches indicate that ho is among those missing, forOdof the lit) persons aboard nave not been accounted for. The following telegrum from Washington City, to Mrs. L. J. Sanford. conveyed tho first sail news of the disaster to this city, and made us reulizu that this terrible war us being brought closer home to us all. The message came lust Saturday us follows; "The bureau regrets tu state Jacob Jones torpedoed 8 1. M. Dec. Oth. Thirty six men urn known to h'tve been rescued. It is hoped that the name of your son, Charles Hledel Suntord, second class, will appear on thu list. Keport is hourly exacted and us soon us definite information is received, you willutoncobe udvised". Nothing has been heard through the department since the above msi.go, although Secretary Daniels still believes that other survivors of the torpedoed desttoyer might be found. Of the 11 persons known to have been saved, Heidel's name does not appear among them, ileside his mother and fsther, lie has four brothers and two sisters living. The deepest lymathy of the community is extended the bereaved family In the loss of this patriotic son and the lirst Garrard county boy to give up his life for hit country'i cuuie. BUGGIES That Give Satisfaction. THORNHILL 'i WAGONS Run Ughler Composition & Metal Roofing Has no S'eel and Galvanized. sand holes and is easy to put on Lasl Longer Let us show you. Harness The Very BEST Can That Money Buy. House Paint The Best on the Market and at a price that will please you. sea-init- n entire county May the steady glow that goes out from every home shine across the great waters infusing cheer und comfort to every mother's son "somewhere" on thu other siJe us It leflects the warmth und the Xmus spirit of tho great heart of America; und us this Hag, the emblem of the Lord of Hosts, Is lifted high ubovu the roar and the din of battle, may it stand as did the brazen serpent in the wilderness, for the healing of the nations. 1 Turning Plows That Run Linseed Oil Not Cotton Seed hut the Right And Guaranteed. Are purest of Unseed Oil. HORSESHOEING KokomO Wire Fence The kind that Stays when put up and REPAIR Department is very complete. does your horse forge? We have the best shoer in town STOVES X RAINQES V-- fcSt Good to 13th. Get thorn In early as prices an liable to drop. Will pay highest mar- WANTED. fat turkey, from Dec. 0th, W f .1 V Kl J VI AAA M M 1A ?V Kentucky. V ket price. II. li, Northcott. Lancaster, The Central Record, Thursday, Dec 13. 1917. I SELL YOUR TOBACCO WITH TELEPHONE 97. MADISON TOBACCO INCORPORATED wESE CO. LARGEST FLOOR SPACE 3rd Street, L. & A. Depot, Richmond, Kentucky. I I LOOSE LEAF TOBACCO MARKET :TBE PI0NEER i I We have buyers from American Tobacco Co., R. J. Reynolds & Co., Liggett & Meyers, J. P. Taylor Co., W. L. Petty, A. L. Zeigler Company, in fact all the buying interest of the Tobacco business is represented. Don't forget we made one of the largest averages in the State last season. We will do our level best for you at all times. Our house will be open for the receipt of Tobacco on Monday, December 3rd. First sale to be had Wednesday, De ,J7f cember 5, 1917. Daily sales from this date. SPLENDID LIGHT A E. C. MILLION, PRESIDENT. T. FREE STALLS J. CURTIS, d FIRE INSURANCE W. C. BENNETT. SECRETARY TREAS. SQUARE DEAL TO ALL. VICE-PRESIDEN- T. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. MARKSBUKY Miss Martha Raney of Stanford been visiting Mrt. T. Dailey. Mrs. Kelly Hogg has been her sister Mrs. Mattie Day of visiting Many Lancaster people have used them and know how effective they are. Here's a Lancaster case. C. H. Pope, farmer, Lexington Pike, Several travelers have been turned back on account of the high snowdrifts Lancaster, says; "About a year ago, I had an attack of kidney trouble that across the turnpike. put me down and out. My back painwere snow ed rac dreadfully and I could not stoop Many of the church-goer- s bound Sunday and only 8 brave ones or bend and it was also hard to straigh were present to hold the record. ten. I could not get in anv comfortable I read of Doan'a Kidney Mr. Lynn Clark sold a load of his position. trash tobacco to a "pin hooker" in Pills and bought them at R. E. Mc- Lexington for $32. who in turn sold it Roberts' Drug Store. The aches and pains in my back left and my kidneys for $34. put in good shape. I have had Mis9 Rebecca Cunningham has been were did little kidney trouble since." suffering with a bone fellon. She Price COc, at all dealers. Don't simnot get any ease until her finger was ply ask for a kidney remedy-g- et lanced by a physician. Dpan's Kidney Pills the same that Quite a few of our citizens have kill- Mr. Pope had. Co., ed hogs while the majoritv on account Props., BulTalo, N. Y. of pressure of other work did not get to kill, are going hungry for freth meat. Waynes-burKuster-Milburn Dr. and Mfc. II. J. Patrick. Mr. and II, M. Lear came home with her for a JOHN WHITE & CO. LOUISVILLE, KY. Mrs. R. W. Estridge and Mr. and Mrs. visit. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Sloan of Hubble, Don't worry and complain about a has H. G. McWhorter were guests of Mr. orimoMt bad back. Get rid of that pain and were guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Mr. and Mrs. Itobt. Guyn desire to Llkvril and Mrs. D. A. Hervey. Thanksgiving. Use Doan's Kidney I'M. Woods on Sunday. gratitude to all and full valu lameness! STOP THAT ACHE! J. Irvine were week-enD. liurchell. guests of Mrs. Dr. MohTatt of Dire West. S. C, was returned Tuesdsy all thote who nsitrd in extimiimhing Mrr. n. M. the guest of Mr. and Mrs. II. L Wal- from a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Reid Lear the fire that broke out in their dwelling lace the past week. Masters Reid Jr, and n Monday. at Middlesbcro Mr. William Ralston and .Miss Nell Rice spent Thanksgiving with Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Hedrick in Lexington. The Misses Lear were hosts at a knitting party on Monday afternoon for Mrs. Will Upchurch of Eldorado 111. Miss Geneva Murphy lias returned to her home near Richmond after a two weeks visit with her cousin. Miss Emma liurchell. who has been Mrs. Will Upchurch the guest of Mrs. Woods Walker returned to her home in Eldorado, Illinois on Wednerday. express their sincere lar raw. Hlfoa and Oaat Ski nine una "One of the Famous Five" Mr. Harry Francis left Saturday for Atlanta where he will be for several weeks putting through several real estate deals in different parts of the state. The NEW MILLINERY oilers their entire entiro stock of Pat' terns, trimmed and untrimmed hats trimmings, velvets, ribbons etc, at prices less than actual cost. Prices only good from Dec. 15 to Jan. '1st. MawiTir n rnm Mrs. Edmond Sutton is owner of one of the best brood sows In the country. School will close at this place the IS In the last year the sow has given until Spring. birth to 32 pigs, one litter consisting of Mr. and Mrs. Faughtner have moved 14 pigs. to Williamsburg. Edgar Russet, the infant son ot Mr. his crop of and Mrs. John Doty, has been ill with! Mr. J. T, Underwood sold a deep cold which caused much uneasi- tobacco for 15c. ness to the family, as pneumonia was Several people from here attended feared. the salo of the late W. P. Anderson on Mark Coins bought a beautiful pair last Wednesday. MANSE. Keep the Wheels of Industry Going Rc i Lieut. W. L. Carman of Camp Meade was here the first of the week, tning ling with old friends. A number of dinner parties were given in his honor. Mr. Orville Boone of Maysvllle. Miss- "Ute your car. passenger or more and es Hettie and Lucy Williams and Mrs, of dappled gray wagon horses at a fanMrs. T. J. Underwood spent Friday were Price Williams of Richmond cy price at Harrodsburg a few weeks with Mrs. A. T. Howling. guests of Mrs. Edd Williams, Saturday. ago. lie alsa sold 25 shoats to Itvlo We have had somo cold weather, five Isom for 15c. degrees below zero Sunday morning. Business has been paralyzed here on account of the low temperature when PAINT LICK the mercury dropped low as 10 and 12 degrees below zero. Many of the Delayed Letter. farmcis are behind with their work on account of the late season. Miss Lucy Francis is spending several days in Richmond. Miss Elizabeth Ueazlcy spent Thanksgiving with the home folks. Keep yourgrowing girls free from coldt and weakening coughs and you are helpMr. Garnett Kemper of Lexington ing them lohcaltby vigorous womanhood. was a visitor here Tuesday, Thousands of mothcri have written letRichard G. Denny of Louisville was ters of thanks, telling what a visitor here the past week. Honey and Mrs. Walter Overly of Hamilton O. fail done for their daughter In ridding them ol coughs that "hung on" and Is visiting her father, Mr. Win Wilcox. weakened tbcm Juit at the age when the Messrs Frank Ralston, Ellis Hell and young girls required all the pbriical Chester Metcalf left Tuesday to enlist strength they could command. Foley's I looey and Tar It noted for lu in the Navy. quick effect oa coughs, coldi and croup. Miss Cleonn McWhorter of Millers-burMn A'd. S.adcr., Cottontowo. Teoo., V .. write.. uh Voley't Hooey .ot) T.rftU Female Institute was home for our aod ooly coug b remedy. It never .Thanksgiving. M two out twu (ul. yraca lae r un coldSTORMES DRUG STORE. Mrs. J, U. Wright and children of more to relieve the transportation pre$$ure on the Nation' railroad and merchants' iltlivery service." SAMUEL P. COLT Aov. 12. transportaThe automobile helps the nation's 'vor-tim- e tion problem, keeps the wheels of industry going 'round by keeping man and merchandise moving, and good tires help the automobile keep going, good tires like the United States 'Chain Tread Tire, the tire of long mileage of low mileage cost, and traction service. the tire of supreme anti-ski- d The 'Chain Trend's vast sales increases are the positive evidence of supreme service and mileage. Try 'Chain Treads and make comparisons for yourself. toir Vf V iilraVV' YVl W VVW. U United States Tires 'Nobby' ! 0 'Chain' 'U.co' 'Plain' aeJAtreetemeol Uniti J Statu Tube an J Accessories llavt All thi Sttrlin ll'srth anj ll'rar That Matt UnitiJ StaUl Tint Ssfrtml Are Good Tires Alf Tit tot Meter Trucks, Meier Cycles. Wtftl.1., Mothers Thank Us Foley's for SoreMuscles .Stiff Joints Tar g bt Complete Stock of United States Tires Carried bv Rex Garage The Central Record, Thursday, Dec 13, 1917. CHRISTMAS Membership Campaign AMERICAN RED CROSS. December 1725 Wear the Button Display the Red Gross Service Flag. We Red Cross Must Have 15,000,000 Members by Christmas Eve. Garrard FI RST. County s THIS Quota is 2,600 FOUR New Members, WILIT MEAN THINGS. of our fighters so that every pos- sible drop of American biood realize that the concerted spirit of the American people is backing the American Government in this war. To force Germany to THIRD. To bind the wounds v may be saved to establish world democracy. i the cause the hearts and minds and money of 5,000,000 Amer-ica1 SECOND. To spur the morale of our soldiers by pledging to us of Christmas and FOURTH. To link the spirit of the Red Cross with the spirit world peace. back home. hasten the righteous victory that means What Is The American RED President Wilson heads it. Congress authorizes it. " The War Department audits its accouuts. It is working for your army and navy. It is working for your Allies. It is working for you. It provides 50 great base hospitals with many ambulance companies. Established 300 sanitary training detachments. Built supply depots with capacity for more than 100,-00- 0 tons. It It It It It It CROSS? has a French Commission with 864 persons. sends supplies to 3,423 military hospitals. serves 30,000 soldiers daily in France. cares for many French and Belgian refugees. is carrying on extensive relief work in Belgium. has given $1,000,000 to the families of French soldiers. It has given $1,000,000 to the British Red Cross. With your help it will vastly extend each of these agencies working for humanity and victory. You should be a member-everyo- ne in your household should be a member. Display a Service Flag with as many crosses on it as there are members in your household! Call at Campaign-Headquarter- s for one. Henley V. Bastin, Chairman, Christmas Campaign. Every American Home Is A Red Cross Home. This Meai.s Father, Mother, Sister, Brother, Son, Daughter Ever Member of Your Household. The Central Record, Thursday, Dec 13, 1917. Xmas Suggestions of Useful and Practical Gifts for Men Young Men and Boys We can make this a wiser Christmas by using greater discretion in selecting Gifts and by spreading the practicability. Let us assist you in making your selection of a gift for "Him." Yule-tid- e cheer, through giving things of MUFFLERS, FANCY AND PLAIN; KID GLOVES; NECKTIES, ALL STYLES AND COLORS; SILK HANDKERCHIEFS; BELTS; SUSPENDERS; SILK SOCKS; CUFF BUTTONS; TIE CLASPS; ETC. We arc showing a most complete line of Suits, Overcoats, Caps, Underwear, Dress and Work Shoes. A look This store is in thorough readiness to supply everything suitable for Gifts to Men, Young Men and Boys. most beautiful assortment of Christmas Goods and we cordially invite your inspection. Everything for Men and Boys will convince you that we have a t 4 Loan TO ALL PATRIOTIC a year. IN GARRARD COUNTY AND Kj., & Anderson Bros. BLAKEMAN. Mr. Calvin Illakeman, ngrd 73 years died at his home near lluena Vista, on November 30th. after an illness of sev Lancaster, Kentucky. The Central Record incorporated, ssued Weekly. $1.00 AMERICANS GREETINGS; J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. ELSEWHERE R.L. ELKIN, Local Editor and Mgr. Knteted at the I'oit Offld In Lanctiier. Recond-CUi- i Mall Matter Member Kentucky Press Association and Eighth District Publishers League. Lancaster, Kjr., December 13, 1917 Rates For Political Announcements For Precinct and Citv OltUes "or County Offices ror State and District Offices.... ...J E.00 10.00 15.00 10 10 For Calls, per line For Cards, per line for all publications in the interest of individuals or expression of individual views, per line 10 Obituaries, per line 05 Miss Mary C. Sweeney, Dean of Home Ecomonics of Statt University, met with the ladies of the town at (he ' VICTOR BOGEART TO SPEAK THRIFT STAMPS. Woman's Club rooms on December 5th, and presented in a most interest- Safe Investment Now Open To Garrard IN DANVILLE. ing and convincing wny, the problems County People. and aims if the Pood administration. A rare treat is offered the people in Don't delay this important mattr. but DO IT NOW. She told of the absolute necessity, it this section when Mr Victor lloegart II. V. BASTIN. Lancaster. Kv. Postmaster E. I'. Itrown has received of Lexington, will speak in the Chriswe expect to win this war, of our using Chairman Red Cross Membership Drive less wheat, pork and sugar, so that the s Stamps and certifi- tian church in Danville at 2 o'clock on - j these threo commodities especially may cates, and I hey are now in the hands Sunday afternoon, December 17th, Mr of every rural carrier and the Htmas-te- r lloegart is well known here having Eighty-fourt- h 'PP1 " "r Allies, division lis without a be KENTUCKY EDITORS TO for sale. lectured to the eople in the interest of name and wants a name there is no! She told of a number of substitutes The stamps are the best saving in- the stricken llelgiums and rnluting e conceivable objection to their having we can uae BnJ left 8 nu"i"T of They can bo their smpathy coiiccrnirg his own which these substitutes can vestment ever invented. 'Pts name of Lincoln and Mr. Watter-- ' MEET IN LEXINGTON. If each purchased for 25 cents each and pusted native people. He has just returned sou is right in saying that it would j be U",J und not be detected. will save two tablespoons of in a stamp book provided for that pur- from a five months atay in France, "ring through France and England and , Midwinter Session Of Press Association echo throughout Europe" upon the ar-- 1 ""K" unii ne tablespoon of fats, per pose. Four dollars fills the book and llelgium, and England and brings a vust amount will be by presenting the filled book and pay- iressage that is full of zeul mid pathos rival of the Kentucky, Indiana, and ' lef,on. ,laily- Place December 27 and 28. Takes use "hroad and surely this ing 12 cents additional the holder is concerning the of these war Illinois soldiers in France. -- State Jour- -' given n $.ri. certificate. Postmaster stricken countries. It is Imped that ecomony is in the power of us all. nal. The annual midwinter meeting of the will gladly explain the details for it is everyone who can will luko advantage It is hoped that arrangements can be Kentucky Press Association will be made to have Miss Sweeney return merely a call loan to the government uf the opportunity to receive ii message held December 27 and 2S at the Phoesoon to Lancaster and speak to a larger and the interest is compounded miai - first-han- d from one well prepared to COLD A YEAR AGO nix Hotel, Lexington. Important ques I prebent It to the public tu'lV. audience of both men and women. tions affecting the interest of the news You should join the Red Cross beMr J. It. Mount who keeps a record cause this arm of the National Service paper men of the State will be discuss- - of the cold spells every year informs Vl"--,)- ! muicauons point Uj ,iat on the Hlh of December, u is steadily and efficiently maintaining eu unci acteu upon. its overseas relief in every jufTering to one of the most successlul meetings I year ago, the thermomctor registered 'A land administering our millions wisely of the association. i Uegrees uelow zero; yet we, hear Norn's A. Huse, of New York, Vice people saving that the present cold and well and awakening the graditude President of the American Press of every people. spell is the severest we have known in will address the meeting on ycais. Our consciences will not let us enjoy The Country Newspaper and roreign the Christmas season if this pledge of support to our cause and the world's Advertising." After an address of welcome by SUNDAY AND NEWSPAPERS. weal is left unfulfilled. Red Cross ? membership is the Christmas spirit In Mayor J. C. Rogers, of Lexington, and In one ot his great sermons which a response by Col. Robert J. Mcliryde, terms of action." are turning At'anta upside down. Hilly President of the Kentucky Press (Signed) Woodrow Wilson, pssaBBesiaaBKR the first day will be occupied Sunday paid a high compliment to the 6V Presiuent of the American Red Cress. by business matters. The evening will newspapers. An Atlanta paper had bo devoted to u theater party. this about It: GOOD SALE. As he has stated before and will Several addresses will be heard on Mr. Phil lirown returned from Dan- the morning of the second day of the doubtless state again. Hilly Sunday ville last Monday where he sold his to- session. The afternoon will be devot- likes newspapers and newspaper peodiscussion. ple. Ho was (talking about the cricl-fixlo- n bacco crop at an average of $30.02 a ed to a "round-tabl- e of Christ Sunday night, picturing hundred. He was well pleased goes without saying "THE LINCOLN DIVISION." the snerking way in which Pilate and Herod "passed the buck" and let the The Danville market, for the first 500,000 pounds sold, averaged $31.59. Henry Watterson has begun to Savinui go to His death. And he said preach a crusade in behalf of naming that he believed that If Jerusalem had 7 division of the draft had newspapers u rattling good newsthe Eighty-fourt- h LOCATING THE WOUND. army, at Camp Zachary Taylor, "The paper that would have have made u Tulsa Okla. World: Another of those Lincoln Division," He points out that plea for Jesus Christ in u double colfor Will sell It at Reduced Holidays. terrible afTulrs has just been enacted at the soldiers there are from three umn, rulebordcrcd box on the front New Orleans. Through the medium of States with which Lincoln was es- page- then there would not have been your business. Come In and the telegraph we learned that a young pecially Identified. Kentucky, Indiana any crucifixion at all. "Oh, I tell you, there's no crowd on lady was shot and fatally wounded in and Illinois and says that the name of the business section a couple of days Lincoln Is better known by all Euro- earth that can see more quickly thru u fraud and rise more quickly tosincrrity ago. Every now and then wo hear of peans than that ot any American. Undoubtedly a shooting of tint nature. They used there is no single name than the newspaper crowd!" said Hilly "And Jesus Christ would to be quite common but In recent years In American history which suggests Sunday, LANCASTER. KENTUCKY. that kind of shooting has been the ex- the spirit cf America's efforts in the have won the hearts of all the report-er- a in Jerusalem." ception rather than the rule. war as that of Lincoln does. If the Ten Million new members in a week I That is the coal the Ameiican Red Cross has set for itself in its Christ mas membership campaign that is to be launched December 1G. Throughout the United State?. Red Cross chapters are preparing for the enrollment of the new army which is. to stand as the or ganized support of the boys in the trenches. No man is more deeply concerned in the world war than President Wilson who is also president of the lied Cross and this is his proclamation: To the People of the United States: "Ten million Americans are invitej to join the Red Cross during the week ending with Christmas Eve. The times require that every branch of our great national effort shall be loyally up held, and U is 'peculiarly fitting that at the Christmas season the Red Cross should be the branch through which your willingness to help is expressed. You should join the American Red Cross, because it alone can carry th pledges of Christmas good will to those who are bearing for us the real bur dens of the world war, both in our own Army and Navy and in the nations upon whoso territory the issues of the wjrld war are being fought out. Your evidence of faith in this work is necessary for their heartenir.g and cheer. The American Red Cross War Council has called for TEN MILLION new members to be secured by a drive beginning Monday. Dec. 17th, and end ing Monday night, Dec. 24th. The recruiting slogan is to be "Make this a Red Cross Christmas". This is the first Christmas since the United States entered the war, and it is believed that the American people will be thinking of sacrifice and service, rather than festivities. Garrard County's apportionment in this drive is 20OO new members at $1.00 per member. Every member of your family, from the youngest to the oldest should be a member. No finer thing could be done than to join for each member of your family. I now appeal to every person who reads this, to immediately, send me the names of each member of their family, and a check for as many dollars as there are members in the familv. This means every one; those who have joined heretofore and those who have not. Those joining heretofore, paid dues for 1917; let everyone of them come forward now and renew for the ytar 1018. Let me again say that this uppeal is direct to EVERY TRUE, PATRIOTIC AMERICAN MAN. WOMAN. HOY and GIRL to whose notice this comes. If we stand united there will come victory; if divided, how can we expect other than defeat? Kill in the blank below with the names of every person in your household, indicating with a cross whether they are new or renewed members, and send your check for a dollar for each name to me today. On receipt of same I will send you red cross buttons and service flag to go into your window. Names New Renewed PostOffice Address eral months. Mr. Illakeman was one of the foremost citizens and farmers in that section of the county, having moved from Jessamine to lluena Vista about IS years ago. After funeral services at his late home he was buried in the Nicholasville cemetery. He is survived by six children, Otis. Irvine, Curl, WaMen, Mrs. R. I). McMurtry and Miss Urel Illakeman. RED CROSS NOTES. The Garrard County Chapter of the' Red Cross thru the chairman ot the Womans Department has made another shipment of knitted articles, including sweaters, 30 pairs of sox, and 29 wristlets. The articles were sent to Cincinnati where they will be divided between the soldiers of Tort Thomas and Camp Zachary Taylor. This makes I j in all to date 101 sweaters, 100 pairs of Sox, and 58 wristlets that have been made and snipped direct to the soldiers by the women of Garrard County. is urged that all who have knitting finish as soon as possible as these woolen articles are greatly needed by , the soldiers in the camps and at the j front where conditions are extreme. 39 W. 0. RIGNEY Funeral Lancaster, Director and Embalmer. SKentucky. Onice Plume 18. Residence Phone 33. What About Speculation : An experienced stock broker, after retiring from business, made this significant remark, "I have never known a business mull to speculate two years successfully." The Jail of many a man may be traced to speculation. It is unsafe for any man with a limitrd of monay to rifk it in speculation. The Hank is the best and safest place fur surplus money. 5i We Citizens National Bank OF LANCASTER. KY. W. F. CHAMP, ' .. President. W. O. P.ignky, Ass't Cash'r H. F. HUDSON. Joe J. WAtJCi tashier. J. J. WALKER. Vice Preit. rt. Jlu, Rook. Keeper. MISS SWEENEY MAY RETURN ON ROLL OF HONOR. i huwif" r"91 fr I have the most complete line of j BIis) VN in Town for Christmas. 8 & K My Stock of Ghinaware is Ready for Inspection. Prices the see for yourself. I'll appreciate - The Central Record, Thursday, Dec 13, I 9! 7. Without Spending Much Money If you want to dress better than you did before without spending as much money, see the remarkable values we are offering. And Do in Forget Christmas 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 SUITS $14.75, $18.75, $24.75 in giving them something they would have to buy themselves, will appeal to their practical mind and is doubly sure of being appreciated on DRESSES $9.75 to $15.00 !T i that account. COATS $15.00 to $27.50 ll We have the things they will like best. The THE ONE PRICE STORE. Joseph A , Mercantile Company. THE STORE THAT SATISFIES. ; WHY PAY $75. OR $80. FOR when we will sell you equally as good $40. or $50. Heating Stoves as good as Moorcs for $30. and $35. Small Heaters $5.00, $6.00 and $7.00. Hirilsell three incli Wagon $70. KlfSH'HF , FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN Corn Shelters Cheap. J. Lr R. MOUNT & CO. The Q Deal House. 3L DC 3C71 RED BLOOD AMERICANISM IS COMING TO THE FRONT Right now this Country it callici for mm of stout heart ami auuml bodies. It needs tlicm to keep Old Glory triumphant anil unsullied in the air. Tin' exigency now confronting us emphasizes, in nothing else coulil do, the iinKirtnrce of good health, lioth as an individual nnJ national asset. It gives point to the suggestion, often emanating from this ullice, that everybody should guard their health ns h priceless When yuil find yourself running down and not exactly keyed up to the lighting pitch, us is the case with everybody at timev Yuu ought to come to Nature's relief anil taKe a course of COM-CEL-SA- R to satisfy you, or mcney back if you'll do that, vou will not experience the discomfiture of being sent hack homi for lack of red lilocxl when ynu answer the call of the colors. sells at One Dollar torthreee hoxea, legally guaranteed for (tho liver, kidney's, bowels, bladder, blood and Indigestion anil headaches, rheumatism and nervousness. SCIKNCK SOI'K Is best for HUMAN SKIN, only 10c a bar. 3 bars Mc. Try our COW1IOV LINIMF.NT. for nil ruins, bruises, ami Wc bottles. bums, etc. giinrnnlceil lenity 'c STORMES DRUG STORE, Lancaster, Ky. Remedy Co. KY. Diikoto Jnck-White-Mo- :i7i?.:il West llroadwav. I.OLMSVII.I.K, Lni II 1c I 1-L- irj ! rnfi bUllll uiiuTFnili II HI! I LUi I I About December 1st, We will be in the market for your Corn. We are prepared to pay the Highest Market Price. See us before you sell. Walker, Lee & Hicks, " hi uie iiu.iiu 01 1 s parents, Mr. and firs. James Lost-December 1M. a saddle lie- and will remain during the winmuved to tween Camp Nelson and Lancaster. ter. Mr. Arnold has now A rtrlil Mention of thr Comings r.J Washington, Iowa, wherr. b's family Iteward if brought to this office. fiijir.jj LyThiMt Vt Art Interfile! In. will join him later in the Spring. FOU KENT: House with six room. Desire to rent same until Apnl loth, It. L. Elkin. 1918. Call on Dr. V. 11. Elliott was in Lexington THE HOOVER PLAN. for n few days this week. My Tuesdays are meallejs. LOST Hay horse, star in forehead, Mr. Onbe Walter has returned from My Wednesdays are wheatless, barefooted, coining three yeata old. jn business trip to Louisville. I'm getting more eatless each day; Dillard Littr-jll- . My home is heatless. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Uoss made u llylng Wanted-FifMy bed is sheelless. Ilrown Leghorn year- tv trip to Lexington last Saturday. ling hens. They are sei.t to the Y. M. C. A. Miss Carrie Miller who has been real M, II Dudley, Lancaster nre ireatless. sick for the last two weeks, is some The My coffee is aweetless, Lost Pointer bird dog. White with K'ich dny get poorer and wiser. blacks specks and light brown ears. Mr. Alex Francis of Miss., is visit-ir- g My stockings are feetleas. Information will be appreciated. relatives throughout the county My trousers ure seatless. S. II. Kites. this week. 1 My goodness, do hate t but Mr. Kicliard Denny of Stanford, is Kaiser. For Sale Fifteen llarred in the city this week the guest of his Keck pullets. $1.00 each. Phone cousin. Mr. S C. Denny. Ilryantsville Exchange. NOTICE. Mrs. J. W. Mahan, Misses Mary Arnold and Krankje There will he a meeting of the stockMarksburv. Ky. KaulTman were visiting in Danville holders of The National Hank of Lanfor u few days last week. STRAYED: To my place during the caster Ky, at their bank Uuilding, Miss Elizalieth Anderson, has return- January 8th. for the purpose of electfall, six shoats, weighing now about ed to her home here after several ing seven directors to serve for the CO pounds each. Owner can have same months stav in Georgetown by proving property, paying lor keep ensueing year. und this notice. S. C. Dennv, Cashier. J. W. llryant, Mrs. J. A. Anion hs returned from Ilryantsville. Ky. Cincinnati, wliero she has been under the treatment of Dr. Suttler of that busi-nes- s city. NOTICE TO CREDITORS Mrs. Elizsbcth Joseph returned home All persons having claims against the from Martinsville, Ind, last Kriday will Do not miss attending the public sale estate of the late I)r It. Kanisey, where she has been recuperating for of desirable business property on I'ul- - present same to me, propelly proven, the past two weeks. lie Square Saturday Dec. IStli. at '.':30 or to mv attorney. Judge L. L. Walker. Mr. and Mrs. Jim jlatchcr have p. m.. Head the I). A. Thomas Heal liurdette Kamsey, Executor moved to their new home on Danville Estate Agency's add in this issue. street which they recently bought of FOR RENT. Mr. Coy S. Sanders. RUPTURE EXPERT HERE For 191f, four room and buth apartMr. Joe Nevius has accepted u position with Hudson and Davis at Dan- Seeley, World Famous In This Specially, ment close in, all convenience-S15Ask about it quickly. ville und oilers his property on LexCalled To Richmond. D. A. Thomas Realty Agency. ington avenue for sale. F. II. Seeley of Chicago and PhilaMiss Martha Knvuuaugh and Mrs. FOR SALE PRIVATELY. William iiurtori, will spend the Christ delphia, the notiil truss expert, will be mas holidaj s with the formers sister, nt the Glyndon Hotel and will remain Having changed my lesidenc- - toi in Hichmond, Thursday only, Dec. 120th. Mrs. Herbert Ellis, at Wilson. N, O. Mr Seeley says; "The Spermatic uanviwe, I iiesiro to sell my new resi Mrs. Samuel Cotton guve a picture Shield will not onlv retain any case ot lent property on Lexington avenue, show party last week in honoi of her rupture perfectly, but contracts the possession to be given January 1st, '18. 21.) J. E. Nevius. nine niece, v irgliilii rearl Walker, opening in 10 days on the average case. who is a visitor hero from Lawton. This instrument received the only Oklahoma. award in England snd in Spain, proFOR SALE Mr. Joo llryant. of Camp Zachary ducing results without mrgery, inDandy business liouso tight on Taylor, Ljuisnlle, was at home for a1fections, medical treatments or Kiuare, rents tor S450.00. Price few days furlough this week. Joe scriptions. Mr. Seeley bus documents never looked better and says ho is well from the United States Government, $4,500.00. Ask about it quickly. Washington, I). C, for inspection. All it n. nomas iteal r.state Agency. pleased with the life. charity cases without charge, or if an Mr. und Mrs. W. S. Embrv and Miss interested call, he will be glad t show Allie Yuntis motored to Lexington hist same without charge or lit tLem if deFriday and returned Saturday evening. sired. Business demands prevent stopWhile there they were the guests of ping at any other pluce in this section. ' Air. aim .Mrs. itoueri l.mury. I S. Every statement in this notice i Mr. Adolph Joseph left last Sunday lias been verified before the Federal OF for Chattanooga, where he visited his and state Courts. -- F. H. Seeley. sister, Mrs. Charles K. Davis. On his PERSONAL PROPERTY return ho stopped for u day with Mr. Respected by oomebody. and Mrs. Arthur Joseph, at Somerset, Having decided to locate elsewhere, Kuril man In a hem anil nn on tie to will offer at public outcry, on arriving homo yesterday. nuii'iKiiiy, uuii in unit portion SATURDAY, DECEMBER Friends hero Will be delighted to ho isays has .in eucliaiited value. 15lh, 1917 Know trim miss Aine Arnold is recovat 10 o'clock a. in., at my place two! rron. ering rapidly, utter an operation for ' miles north of Urvautsville, on the Lex appendicitis at tho Danville hospital. ingto;i pike, the following property Sho expects to spend the Cliriatmm One pair of work mules, eight years RED CROSS SEALS. holidays with relatives and friends here.. old; I pair work mules, 10 years old; 1 j pair of worK mules, four years old; 1 Mrs. Randolph Harris lias returned work horse, 8 years old; 1 black maro from Covington, where sho was called 0 years old; 1 yearling colt; 1 weanling 10 see ner uaugnter, Mrs. William I'ep- colt; 2 ponies; 1 milk cow; 1 weanling ples, who has now entirely recovered. calf; 1 bow and 7 pigs; four CO iound Mra. Harris was accumpanied homo by shoats; 75 shocks of fodder; 1 e Miss hmmu Lee I'epples, who will bo wagon; 1 spring wagon; 1 buckboard; 1 -her guest for a few days. buggy; 1 dump cart and harness; 2 turn Mr. Fred Young, son of Mr. Johnson ing plows; 3 double shovels; 1 riding Young, of this city was here on a furcultivator; 1 hay frame; some houselough for ten days, being stationed at hold and kitchen furniture and numer Charlott, N. C. His stay was cut short ous other things not mentioned. lio received a message to however, for Terms made known on day of sale. j.MinicAN hid cross) report at headquarters afttr u stay of r C. W COULTEIt. I two days, Capt. A. T. Seotl, Auct. Jreopie r v . k (jttru J CUT THIS OUT IT IS WORTH MONEY DON'T MISS THIS. Cut out this slip, enclose it with 5c and mail to Foley & Co.. 28 13 Sheffield Ave., Chicago, I1L, writing your name snd address clearly. You will receive in return atrial package containing Foley's Honey and Tar Compound, for bronchial and la grippe coughs, colds and croup; Foley Kidney Fills, for lame back, weak kidneys, rheumatism, bladder troubles; and Foley CatharticTsb-let- s, a wholesome and thoroughly cleansing cathartic (or constipation, biliousness, headache and sluggish bowels. You will also receive, free oi charge, Foley's Family Almanac, containing "Alphabet for Children" and "Health Hints": Foley's Booklet on "Kidney Ditcascs" and a few simple suggestions (or thosa hsvlng kidney and bladder troubles. You ccn eccurc c!I these (or only Sc For sale by all dealers. Burn-side- On ( I I I s 1 n I7-- REMOVAL sellingIf Sale On account of having to move to the store room adjoining Currey's store, I will sell my entire stock for cost until January 1st. property. 0. RELLA ARNOLD (12-1- 3 1 i I ' -. 10 Sole umbing HEATING, GUTTERING, ROOFING, ROOF REPAIRING, Ventilating and all kinds of Tin Work. Your business ujiprcciated. will J ' I -- 'k,: JUY is fe) 2 a P.B. WILLIAMS The Central Record, Thursday, Dec 13 !917. FIRST RED CROSS CHRISTMAS. PHYSICIAN ADVISES I BUILD NOW! I I 8 LANCASTER PEOPLE. i I I I I $ i time is the Buying lumber at tliisvery good ore several best investment yim ever made. reasons. conditions Unusual did in IBM maVe it possible to get twice as inncli li.mbtr ns fur the snnif nmniint nf fnrm urnilnre. Investment in lumber nnd the placing of new buildings on your will increase lis value out of all proportion to the In iii- - bcrs cost. "My wife suffered for years with stomach troublj which did not yield tn any treatment. She took a dose or Mayr's Wonderful Itemedv last SaturI have day with wonderful results. practiced mejicine for 2U years and have ncvar seen anything like it before. I have recommended Mayr's Wonderful Kemedy to several that I know need this treatment. It l u simple harmless preparation that lemoves the catarrhal mucous from the iiile.linal tract, xnd allujs tin in tlamatinn which csue piacticallv all stomach, liver and Intestinal ailments, including appendicitis. One dose will convince or money refunded. K. E. Mclloberts, Druggist. T umber the world's greatest building material tins advanced much less than any other material used for building. POTATO KOPiMD Auc-tioi- tr trouble value can be had without sacrificing quality her nf tnrinv is better than ever before. ' and the lum- - FOR SOLDIERS' FUND Aclor Robert Manttll Plajs Roll ol io Lirclj Scene in Louitrille. The Christmas fund for buying gifts for the boys in khaki at Camp Zachary ' Nothing Taylor was increased by one gift of $1.730.7.1 lust wr-when the potato ' ttr.'A., Vv .t Iami u " (kill Ml c vm,'.ltr,cr crop raised at the famous Churchill t, CaWttmof reifoWrtt mtly mh comj again. Af- "opportunity such ns you have NOW may Downs race track in Louisville was sold tr.tlmlty ky l,m IS. . ter the war. lumber prices may be higher. at auction. The sale was held on the courthouse mm torn man hn tou it, t (uvf wtwit r steps In the presence of a large and en. are giving you this information in the right spirit with a desire to see you buv when you can, get' more for your farm lhuUtu- gathering ot prominent citi zens. Mr Itobert Mantell, the distinproduce. guished tragedian, acted as auctioneer. The first sack of potatoes offered by Mr. Mantell brought 1500, which means better than $1. u potato. This bid was l:l made by the directors of the New Iouls ille Jockey Club, whose generoaity LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. wa responsible for the gift nf the race Camp track crop to the l transparent paper, with Taylor Christmas fund. The second sack olfered brought S1U0 the sign of the Ited Cross, live inches that bid being made bv Louis Seelbach. square in the center, and smaller crossot the Seelbach Motel Company. The es lo be added to each of the household third ack brought $50, being bid in by who is a member of the Ited Cross. It It. II. Jones, manager of the llot'l is an expression of service in this un Henry Waltrrson. exampled time- - a symbol so instinctive v. The potato crop was given u royal I that the Ited Cross will glow trom the welcome In the city of Louisville- - a I windows of our homes over the length BOOKKEEPING welcome befitting the kingly lineage nf ' and brradlll of the land, sending nut a)a7 BaslaisLPboMBraphy the spuds. An escort of mounted ii. the Cnristmas inesiage to the world, TYPEWRITING and . but Kacli quarter inveiledin h stamp will war savings stamp that long, you can lice, a military lirs hand from the 'and telling not nnlv the passer-hvTELEGRAPHY A FATHER'S PRAYER. be a quarter saved and u quarter loan- sell it back to Uncle Sam ut any time iCtli Infantry regulars and throngs of lour ownhearts, that jut as our boys WlIluK R.SM(TH HMISIMfifilL1" for what vou paid for it, plus 4 per cent cheering citizens escorted the tubers and men are finding new strength in i sometimes wonder when I read the ed to your Uncle Sam to finance the tftumt la rrf ! to the plac-- ot their new sacrifices, so may we thru Ill rrMitt)t ku on their stately compound interest that has uccumulat war. He hopes thus to raise two bilaortow in his face our new service. auction. ed on it. lion dollars. MHITH,tVMlac4M.Mr. LUmWILICII If I shall wear the look of care when immediately upon exchange your Thus your two bits will actually do time has marched apace? two bits. first thrift card for n war savings certili Mv little boy is five years old and his is Here is how to save thrift stamps cate. you can buy another 25 cent thrift twenty-one- . and draw interest on them: stamp, and start tilling up another card. My little boy is home with me; his boy When vou buy your first thrift stamp And each time you have tilled up a to war haj one. -. ' I '"t...K thrift card you go back to the I'ost- Ami . ..... .I.....h .n,l will. Ilf. IJ h" nu slumps. ollice and exchange it for a war sav nnrf ( can Rayly jest, When the card is filled you will have ings stamp. These you paste int.) the Hut heavy is the heart today that beats i. wsrth of stamps. war savings certificate that you will witli-ihis breast. These stamps, however, will not Time was his buy was five years old; draw interest for ou until you have get with your first H.12. When, you nave lined up the spaces in the war time was he smiled as I, exchanged them for a savings certificate you will have stamps i wnuder what awaits for me when stamp. that will be worth $100 an January 1st, youth bus juurneyed bvT You must keep in mind the difference Last night I sat at home and watched between a thrift stamp and a As stated previously, you needn't I my little boy at play. ingA stamp. wait till January 1. 1923, to sell these And all the time I thought of him To exchange your 1C thrift stamps' stamps back to Uncle Sm. He will wlius buy had gone away. for a war savings'stamp, you go to the! redeem them at any time for what you or wherever else thrift1 paiu iur mem, plus inieresi. Anil in the boy that I possessed I praystamps are I II you nave tile money ut hand, you ed in s'lencr then stumns and Tlmt (iixl would quickly hring him back 'sold : There you turn in your card with . cun buy a war savings staaap for W. 12 r 12 eentw at once, without going tn the trouble of hit little boy hgitin. the 1G thrift stamps, given one I extra you will be Kdnar A. Guest saving stamps for it on the thrift card, stamp, for which Uncle Sam will Or you can buy a certiScate cum Jan, 1, 1923. After pletely tilled for $82.40, and put it away BUY A THRIFT STAMP NOW. give you $5. on Feb. 1. 1918. one cent must be added for five years, when it will be worth each month to the 12 eents, to cover, $100. Or ycu can sell it at any time; Buy a thrift stamp NOW. ut interest, You cun uccured interest. The iale began Monday. A campaign for the sale of thrift In other words, yon will received 88 buy :t thrift etamp from the nearest cents interest on our investment if' stump1 itmonc children is to be started po'i office or at the bank. I in the public hchools. Thus every child In a few days many stores will be you invest now. selling them. Hut if you do not care to keep the will have a stake in the war. is more important than conservation at this time, and ull stock and implements must be properly sheltered. k. mer We I I A. H. BASTIN & SON. Courier-Journa- Something has happened. A simple and thrilling thing that brings something of real greatness to our lives, humble as they may be. It Is the observance of our first Ited On cannot have Cross Christmas. even the thought of Its appropriateness and Its significance in this world of anguish without having touched the highest thoughts of all the world that which was given on the birthday we are celebrating "Behold, I bring you good tidings of great joy which shall be to all people"; and that which was in th Ited Cross Treaty made bv nations, which establiihed that in warfare the sick and wounded of the enemy should bt sacred to the Ited Cross. This is a Christmas when w cannot sec ojr new young soldiers, strong and straight of back, without visionlng those others whom war has make helpless. We cannot are the happiness of our children without thinking of thus little ones in Kurope who have starved to death. I'srhaps wa cannot deck oar children's Christmas trees without re membering that He in whose honor ther are was a "man of sorrows and acquainted with grisf." In the Ited Cross campaign for 10,. 000,000 new members during the week preceding Christmas thers Is scope for all our tenderness, all our richest imaginings, all our pew-bor- n power of simplicity of heart, all our poaaibilities of service. The Ited Cross Chapters have asked all members of the Amsrican Ited Cross to take part in a simple ceremony on Christmas Eve -- the placing of alighted candle in the window shining through a Ited Cross service Msg on the window pane. This Hag is a piece of white hi ffj " Pirate- y r C'v-.et R H sU H H SJI yolir " ' wro acquainted kill ,n ( 'J Well, Ify.-u'r- e tint C'-.n- ; llakiwts ymi fS willi t v - tba't or vhat n nood ev I ". M t C n't Ilrffi t'.icy'rc to 'i"w Jl Go xl for me ten, be- - Sli! What would happen r T'K , ... t j if rJly i.,sr. .'.oth arc u we k II jfl jJ Era ::: pcvdoh II II n If I BUILD NOW. V. J proo-htin- rft WU -- ..,. Business Property war-sav- I l'ost-offic- and-fo- ADCTION SATURDAY, DECEMBER 15. AT 2:30 O'CLOCK. P. M. I I 17, C. C. PATRICK, Manager. J. F.WALTON, Sales Manager. Wagons Unloaded Promptly. Special Attention to Grading Big Burley WAREHOUSE Good, Clean StaFor bles Your Horses. Two Valuable Business Houses ON PUBLIC SQUARE. The dandy, spacious, and basement, brick building situated on north side public square, adjoiniug the "Batson" store rooms and occupied as a pool room, grade floor, and offices 2nd., floor; and leased at an annual rental to responsible parties for $450. A more desirable location and building for a general merchandise not to be found. d and conveniently located store No. 2. Consist of the room and lot recently vacated by Judge Harris and adjoining T. Curry's. Just the size and location always in demand; rented for two years from Jan. 1,1918 to responsible party at annual rental of $200. INo. 1. two-stor- y OPENING DAY, DECEMBER 3, SAW "BIG BURLEY" FIRST OVER THE TOP WITH AN AVERAGE OF well-lighte- $32.33 PER HUNDRED FOR 43,640 POUNDS "BIG BURLEY" is the largest and best equipped loose lent warehouse In the world. Light unexcelled, plenty ot good clean stalls, not in a basement, niuMiotising capacity lor 250 wagons. Mr C. C. Patrick, Manager, and "Uncle Joe" YVulion. Sules Moiiufer. will tie lo it that you get top prices. No investment safer than Real Estate, and this property will net 3ou 1 . per cent. REMKMBER! lmcaster increases in wenltli mid population, not n vacant biibiness dwelling in the city, but the business center (Public Square) remains the same in size. house or We do not speculate Night and Day Service nor do we permit our employers lo do to PHONE 1815. S. Best Service and Courteous Attention to ail. TERMS: One-thir- d down and balance in one and two years. For further particulars communicate with F. G. HURT, CRAI) ORCHARD, KY.. or the undctslj'tied. J. ASHBR00K, Secretary. R. W. CRENSHAW, Auctioneer. D. A. Thomas Real Estate Agency. ON OUR OPENING SALE WE SOLD 150,000 Pounds AT AN AVERAGE Of OF Tobacco 321 Cents Per Pound. We led the State last year for high average and will ao it again Get your tobacco ready and bring it to us. Home Tobacco W'house INCORPORATED. RICHMOND, KY. Draw A Check 1 for the money youove mid note how much more res- 3 To grt quick relief take Dr. King New Discovery. LVd SO years. Checks the cold. Stops the cough. Try it. Sold byall druggists K M JF pectfully your creditors re- Curd you. They like to do business with a man who has an account at Bank Mesdames John Land and Ed Dailey were in Richmond, shopping Tuesday. Miss Beulah Sebastian spent Saturday and Sunday with Misses Bernice and Itessie Teater. Mr. James 1. Ilollon of Hazel Green a brother to Miss Lcnna Ilollon, re ceived a commission as First Lieutenant at Fort Benjamin Harrison. THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. CopffOl A. K. $50,000. Surplus $30,000. Vice Pres't. S. (,. DENNY. Cashier. J. L. Cn.l.. the Gwud t Tnut C. for Coutjhs s Colds biliousness, nervousness and muddy akin. Try Dr. Kings New Life Pills. Prompt relief. 25c. At all druggists. noiiow is conducting a "moonlight school" at the school house here on Monday, Wednesday and Fri day evenings from C o'clock to 8;30. miss Miss Lucy Worthinglou who is at JJ. and D. Institute at Danville, had the misfortune of burn ing her hand so badly at a machine in the Laundry there that three fingers had to be amputated. DENJ1Y. President J. E. STORMES. J. It. Harris, They know hp is doinK business in business like way. Better open such n account even it your affairs are not large. Ther will grow all right. Tk Evils ( Coutiptliea Leaving waitr material in the body poisons the system and blood and rrukra you liable to sick headaches, tending the Safety Samual Deposit WE Boxes For Rent. SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company D. Cochran. Stormes. S. C. Denny. Alex It. Dennv, J. H. Posey, J. E. J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott. Directors. Don't Buy a Wagon Until You Have Seen the Columbus Ileforo you decide on any wagon, cxamino tlio Columbus. Strongly built of the best jiosaiblo ui.itiTi.il tin-- Columbus wagon gies tlio most satisfactory ti n ice for tlio longest of yearn. There is i secret ill lliu notedly long lifo of tho Columbus wagon. It ia tlio result of the methods employed in constiiictioii. Thero is no wood in this wagou which has uot been in.der shelter from onti to tu o years. Tho axles ill id thu sjiukea of tlio wheels are hickory; the hounds, bolster and Miultioard's am oak, and tlio bottom of tho box is straight grained llawlesu p.ne. These are just a low examples of tho caro which is taken to mal.r thu wagon a.i uliabln aa iossible. The result is that thu Columbia wafjou Is tinbivUhlt in ruia'i.lity and endurance. Come lu and eai:iluo it for youis'ii. Wc know v.u vill b) pleased. air-dri- Becker & Ballard. Phone 27. A watch which was lost by Mr. Andrew Uogie at his home at Buckeye before his death several years ago was found recently in the garden there. The watch was a present from his wife BUCKEYE Mrs. Permeha Uogie, and it was quite Mr. W. II. Gulley sold tu parties at a surprise to find it after so long Lancaster a cow for fie a lb. time. Miss Viola Trilible spent the week- Mrs, lorn Hoyd who has been a end with Miss Mattie Calico. great sufferer for some time from a Mr. and Mrs. Otis Itny Bogie were growth on the leg which puzzled a visitors in Jessamine Co last week. number of physicians died at her home Mr. Oscar Itny bought from Mr. afternoon. Mis. Floyd d here Thursday Miles of Nlcholasville, a cow price was Miss Dora Hurton. She was twice married; first to Mr. Mosie Masters $90. Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Price spent the Mie leaves a husband and set en week-enwith Mr. and Mrs. Herbert children, mother and u number of brothers und sister. Tho deceased left Whittsker. a beautiful testimony of faith for her llro. I), r. Sebastnin was the guest redemption thru Christ so the bereaved at the home of Mr. and Mrs. It. V. ones can look thru their tears to a hone Sanders Sunday. ot a land where there wi he no suir. Miss Miriam Noland spent the weekering and sorrow and prepare to meet end with her uncle. Mr. Jerry Noland tlieir beloved in that Lund. of Madison county, Little Louise, daughter of Mr. and The Model "Hots." Mrs. Oscar Itay has been suffering with t sny this :(Ml'fllllL' llu linrrnw pneumonia hut is improving at this I have hud much lo do with every j writing. ni. iinl for docility. On account of had weather Siturday I inlil'fulncss una for of afternoon and Sunday', preaching und j give in the nurse who Sunday school wjs posponcd at Ituck-- 1 "i- shed Ids coiit or Is bothered i!i Ingiowlng toenail, who remain eye Liberty church. lnreer you place him und Is eu-Mrs. W. II. Gulley and daughter, the Job when he'.' wanted. That Miss Ilarbaru, and littlo Grctchen Hope iw li Hit hUKhnrs'--- . Ziiu lu Samlets spent Friday with Mrs. Allen ions Mufciiihii'. Tester anil Mrs. 1'ermelia Bogie. V. II Gulley and It. li. Messrs Drown weru In Lexington last week with their tobacco. Mr. Gulley 'a crop averaged 3ric and Mr. llruwn's 31c. Miss Susan Stmrall of Winchester and Mr. Talbott Todd of Hichmond ac HIGHEST PRICES PAID companied Miss Miriam Noland home Rsmhlaat MUd as; Day last Sunday night and were the guests UpoMS U Rmlnd of Mrs. It. W. Sanders. No CoaiBUtioB to Pay Wen. for Pik. Lbt J GUNNS CHAPEL. 111 kind--ths , r Window SIZES CUT TO Glass ORDER. AND PUTTY. STORMES DRUG STORE. Relatives and Friends of Soldiers at Camp Zachary Taylor Few occasions atferd more pleasure to the tioys in camp than a visit from the folks back home. Why not plan a visit tor their benefit as well as for your own enjoyment and inteiest? The direct way the convenient way comfortable way to go is via the the S&IppUg Taga Southern U. Railway System. Louisville, Ky. Bryantsville, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. E. II. Chandler visited in Madison recently. Mr. Harold Onstott of lierea College visited his parents here recently. M. Sabel & Sons hursaratal bUlToUJ tUI LOUISVILLE. KY. For fares and detailed information see nearest Ticket Agent or write II. TODD, Division Pajsenger Agent. The Central Record, Thursday, Dec 13 !9I7. Their First Meeting Br PAUUNE D. EDWARDS ICopjflfht, HIT, We,urn N.wipip.r Union.) "Where did you nnd your husband first meet" asked Mrs. Jones of Mrs. Whlttlmnre. "Oil. henvensl Don't nsk rae." Mr. Jones looked at Mrs. Whlttl; more, puzzled. "I've been trying to forget my meeting with I'iiul for ten years, nnd now you, my dearest friend, come nnd rasp me by asking for the story. Tor It Is u fctory. and If I tell It I must go over It nil or I will appear even a greater fool than I am." "I would excuse you. hut I am cursed nllh an excess of curiosity; come, proceed." "You know ray father's place Is near Warrenton, where there Is the state asylum for the Insane, and our house was not very far from It." "flood gracious, you didn't marry a "Worse. If I had, I should have had some respect for myself ; as It Is, I am the biggest coward In the world, ta ther Is a civil engineer, you know, nnd he used to he kept In the city sometimes late at night with the young men who made his drawings nnd ralcula lon for him. But I'm getting ahead of my story. "One day there was a call at the tet enhone and I answered It. It was a notification from the asylum that n dangerous lunatic had escaped. They were warning everyone In the neighborhood to look out for him. He had on a gray overcoat with a Velvet collar, striped trousers nnd an Alpine hat. "I had scarcely taken the message when the doorbell rang. I was the only person In the house nt the time, so I went to the door. There was the luna tic. I recognized him by the hat and overcoat. "These were enough ; I didn't look at his trousers. I was about to slam the door In his face when I bethought myself that the way to subdue a crazy man was to Took him square In the eye and pretend to think he was per- ALl.EN II EI ATT, Asst Mtfr. Walnut Street Warehouse. JOHN S. VAN WINKLE. JESSE W. OVERSTREET. Asst People's Toliucro Worelioute. Mtfr Secretory. WAR TALKS By UNCLE DAN Number Four Military Training Necessary for Safety and Defense. "Sny, I'ncle Dun." mild lllllle, "Jim-lul- e und I liMNe been looking up about Hiir In the eiic)ilnpfdln lit school, We found Unit III the nr between tier-man- y (lermnny nnd I'm nee In 1ST0-Tlost In killed nnd bounded S,UUU soldiers while l'rnnee lost about six times us mini), nnil hexlde that, she lost eery battle. We nukial 1'mfessor Hlo-ruwhy this was. lie mild that the (lermaii iirmy us highly trained nnd nbly rnmtimuded. while the Trench soldiers were KKirly trained; nnd that BtaVBBBBBBBBBBBBBLEBaVBBBBBBBBBBBBBflB ( "ifi&iiiBH their combed war department wn huney lunatic" Bring Your Tobacco to us and get every cent it is worth High Av: rages Daily Since Out Opening Sale, If You have your tobacco ready bring it in while the prices are good. We will continue auction sales every da, excepting Saturday and holidays from that rtite on. You can rrM assured that Danville will ()ur be the highest market in this section, as we are the closest market to the largest and manufacturing plants in the world. accommxliitiona for both man and bedSt are as ood a the beat. The loose leaf Moor plan Is tr.e and only way of marketing tobucro l the highest dollar to the grower. These facta have been demonstrated in Virginia, North H'ld Carolina, where they hnve lieen selling tobacco nn this plan for the past lifty years. Drive your wagon to the Danville market. You will always tlnd some one to attend to your wants, and welcome vou. During tin "ale we will do our very beat to get vou the highest market price f r your tobacco. All the large factory buyers will be on hand on first day of the sate. We have experienced men in all department to took after your interests, including two of the lineal has inauctioneers in this or any other state. Our charges for selling tobacco will be the same aa Ut year. The fact that ever thing creased inukes no dilTeience here. The warelmu-e- a do not buy tobacco except on sale at auction. Wedo n ninety ronxniaaion business. J Free stables and no rejection fee. Appreciating yuur pationage, we ho;je jou will see your av clear la bring ua your tobocco, guuranteving you the highest market priest, absolutely accurate weights and an all around square deal. with Jealousy and (mlltlcs; that the olllcers were not much kkkI. and that's why Krumv Inst the war nnd so tunny men. What do you think ulHiut It, Uncle Dan" Welt," said Uncle Dsn. "Professor Slm-un- i Is rlcht, Ily Inefficiency France hint that war. together with two of her be.it provinces--Al.nr- e and lr-ral- ni mid had to pay n billion dollars Incli innlty money. France today learned her lesron by that sad eipe-lleno- e. ho ahe put III linUersnl military irnliilng. and ns o result, her mildlers now know how to light and how to pmtiTt themselves. They are losing less men In the war than the Cermans. I'n'.niv also put politic out of her war t lurtment, so that expert authority, c stupidity, now lii'teud nf directs tin- - army. The result Is, fruiiee tins one of the best and most etllcleul armies: every assembled, and hrt Jle . pt I ISS ,gan to form n plan for locking him up. NOTICE. HUNTERS TAKE I am sorry to have to ask you to excuse me,' I said, 'but I must get n letWitnesseth; That This Agreement ter off by the evening mall. Meanwhile, game on our n order to protect the ' yu w III go up stairs to father's den where ho keeps his professional library, lands for a period of three years we you may smoke If you chooM-.- ' bind ourselves not to hunt thereon, nor "'I should very much like to look permit anybody else to do so. and we books, but I don't smoke,' he over further agree to prosecute with dili replied. "I showed him to father's ded, he gence all persons who violate the game went in and I locked the door on lilm. Kentucky or trespass upon our Then I went downstairs and telephoned Jaws of lands for the purpose of hunting. And the asylum that I hud the escaped lunatic under lock and kev, and wished we further agree to act as Deputy they would send for him Immediately. g the purpose of rThey seemed much surprised thut I Game Wardens for out this agreement. Kxcept each could have secured one who hnd neurly succeeded In killing his keeper, but of us have the right to kill rabbits on .said they would come over nt once. to be done by 'The keeper came and at the same our ."arms or permit it another under our supervision, or the 'i'ZZ iut'her arrived from the city. " 'Where Is hcV asked the keeper. supervision of some responsible and "I led 1dm up to tho den, father fol- reliable person selec'ed by us. When I unlocked lowing wonderlngly. This November 15th, 1U16 the door the lunatic was Immersed In u E. llobinson. book on engineering. It. L. Elkin. W. II. Brown, "'Thunder and guns!' exclaimed fa- J no. M. Furra. Alex Walker, ther. 'Do you call liltn n lunatic? It's W. B. Burton. Krnest Brooks, one of my assistants. I Ilaselden Bros., T. A. Elkin, help told him to come up with me to K. M. Tinder. tonight. I suppose J. II. Dalton, me do some work Logan Hubble, John II. Smith. he took the train that pulled out Just U. M. Deshon, .1. N. Boss, uheud of mine.' 11. 11. Cox, moment, the color of a Fisher Herring, "I stood for a I. W. Sweeney, peony, then ran to my room und locked Hughes Bros, W. M. Mohan. Withers Bros, myself In." "How did yo come to marry blm William. MBrcua and Jim White. II V. Wllmot. J. U. rope, after that?" "Well, ho made light of the matter Fred J. Conn. Mrs. David Chenault. and I suppose It wa gratitude oa ay J, V. Elmoie, W. It. Cook, part for his no treating me like Hulfman Ilrus, T. C. Ilankln, fool or a cowar." Wm. G. Anderson. Sam Cotton. W. 1). Moss T. M. Arnold, Jr. Two Kind of Pecplt. J no. M. White. It. E. Henry, There are two kinds of people; Bright Herring. ttuxe who refuse to barm another A. D. Bradshaw, Scott Huffman because It Is wrong, and those who It. L. Barker. refuse to wrong; them because tty. Wm. and Utile Onitott. taw they, would get caught at it. fectly sane. "'I have come up from the city,' he began, when, knowing that he had come from the asylum, I stopped him. Should I try to get rid of him? I feared to do so lest I should anger him nnd he would kill me. I concluded to I would let him come In dissemble. and contrive. If possible, to lock him up, and telephone the asylum keepers to send for him, so I said : " 'Oh, yes, we're expecting you. Come right In. Would you like any refreshments J' "Oh. no," he replied, 'I'll wait till your dinner hour.' "Good grnclousl He was Intending to stay In dinner. "Nevertheless, In order to placate him, after I had nsked him to take n scat In the living room, I brought out a plate of cookies and a decanter of sherry, and setting them on the table Invited him to help himself. I might have known that he would expect me to sit by him nnd share the refresh' ments with him, but I hadn't thought of that. When he usked me to do so 'I dared not refuse. I sat as far from him as I could get on the other bide of the table nnd munched a cookie. I was scared nearly to death and the lunatic evidently noticed that something was the matter with me. "He pulled his watch out of his pocket and asked ine what time the .arrived. I believed that he was Intending to get out of the place on It, nnd i was nervous, fearing thnt any minute ,the keepers from the asylum might come and capture him. I told him I didn't know about the train; and I be- n PE 3 TOBACCO - WAREHOUSE Incorporated COMPANY in I. M. Dunn, President. Danville, Kentucky. I this shims nliat thorough training and leadership means In warfare. 'Ibis saed Knime III this crisis, as well as the liberties of the world." "As war Is now inudueted. there Is un place fur au untrained mini. A t.wly of 10.l) well trnluisl stitdlers properly tuilittl.nl isiuld defeat tle .1 .... ... .... . , . n.,,1 , Ul U H... I.I.I. t.U.t". .....I. ..lllllle-- ... .. iln It etery time with romiuiratlw'ly Miiull I.i.ls t.t theinsehen. l'riHT trnln- lug atone will red me the death mid f what It othramalty rate er - would be, and right here la an unanswerable argument for universal military training. "Our go eminent has no moral right to force her men Into war senlrv without pruperly tralulug Ihein for It. To do so Is simply murder, hence the frantic effort that H now being mada to give her soldiers some training before they are sent to the front. If we are to win this wur. It will take trained men to do It. and It will take trained men to win any other war that may come upon ua In the future. If we must tight, let us tight to wlu aud not simhI . 1 oue-thlr- POSTED ZTJZSLW Jacob SchulzCompany The undersigned hereby g've warn ing to all persons not to trespass upon our lands tor any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all offenders to ful law. Hunters and. last extent of t bm ktLt In cood randitlnn with BOURBON POULTRY RIMEOY A I to lose." - SilM Phones Fishermen especially take notice. At untfiuti r "n sfy R. L. Elkin IBBV Ed & N B Price ow r r boo lr oo r.uw btflllKI IIUUI CO.. lu)itH, If J. C. Kigsby. II. 0. Arnold, John Tatum. Mis E. L. Frazee SOLI) BY K. E. McKOBEUTS Ibttia Iftjr. roup, roiite, iNpi uta ffw fitlathodrlnkiQf no u ay ana m Curr and prrnt tift hr4 suuj othrr water A i . Fine Cut Flowers For All Occasions. .139-F f I I or 83, . 17,7 T. It. Slavin. It. L. Uarker. B. M. Lear. Sirus Daily. Julia Parks A. L. Gibbs. J. D. Navlor. W. S. Ferguson, Mrs. J. Wade Walker Mrs Emma IligginbotliHrn. .lames M. White and wife. We will add other names for2Scent I.. Arnold. C M. Moberly. 5. C. Itigsby. It Wm. F. Miller, Agt. Lancaster. D A. F. SLATON FURNITUR Successors to cash. Wheeler Furniture Co.. Danville. - We wish to announce to the people of Lancaster nntl Gnrrard county that we have purchased the furniture business of the A- F. Wheeler rurniture Co. We nlso wish to stale that our business will be conducted in the same manner as was by the Wheeler Company .inn the same low prices will prevail, as our tfootls will all be boujjht through the Wheeler chain of stores, enabling us to obtain them at the very lowest prices possible. li, Sapp, who is n member of the llrm nnd who has been associated for u number of years with the main house of the Mr. "That's the atuff." auld lllllle. Continuing. Uncle Dan said: "Our government has exiendcd about $300,-- ( 10,01 10 to put up cantonments and Incorporated. training stations In order to train tho men culled by the- selective draft. When these men are trained the training stations should be Immediately filled with younger lurn, kay those In All Orders Receive Prompt Attention their nineteenth year, to receive six months ot Intensive military training along the line of ttw Chamberlain bill. This will be ef Immeasurable lieneQt to them Individually. It will do them more good than any other two years of their whole life; It will make quick them strong, manly, to see and quick to act; It will equip them for a successful lite. In abort. It will rebuild American mnnhood and will also gle the government u body of trained men to draw from In case It Is necessary to defend our Hag and iiunlry. We musj settl" this question of universal military training otherwise thesv training cniups may tie demolished. The adoption ot uiiiveral military training will be notice to the world that from then on we wilt be prepared to defend ourselves promptly and elllcleutly, and this will do more to keep us out of war In the future tlmu unytblng else' lunue-illiUel- Ky. L Wheeler chain of stores at Lexington, Kentucky, will be in chnrge as general mnnaier. We are showing uit: a number of beautiful Mnhojiany and Golden Oak Dressers in dull finish, like cut, with IJOxM French Plate Mirrors. We bought these Dressers in car load lots and are in n position to olfcr these at n very low price; a saving of at least 25 per cent. All g"ods delivered. "thut thero will ever bo war?" "I have no doubt about It," Raid I'uele Dan. "So long as men nro ccllWh, so long ns nations are ambitious to urqulro territory, so long ns population presses und ilemuuds more room, so long us there remains a scramble for world (rude so long wars will be. When the time comes thut wo remli the high plane for which wo hope uud dream, when all will recognize the fatherhood of tlod und tho brotherhood of man, then, nnd then only, will wars ceuse. When that day Cnihuui, comes doors will need no loeka, bunks will need no vaults to protect their treasures, but that duy Is a long way off. "Tho only safe uud sane plan Is to be uble to defend ourselves ut all times. Therefore, every citizen should Insist thut senators and congressmen shall provide for universal military training, so that never ngulu shall tho country be caught so completely un ready us this war found us. For-- , tuuutely, lu this case, our enemy has; been held back, 60 we have had a few mouths In which to prepare. This advantage probably will never come again. It li however our salvation today. Is uu Island ot peace In a sea of wur. Safety first Is good, but safety always Is better. In strength there I safety. Yoa never saw a tin can bulldog. Thar tied to the tall of ue could do." "!o you think, brother," said Mrs. Sapp-Slat- on Danville's Largest Furniture and Rug Store. Furniture Co. I Danville, - L. B. SAPP, Manager. Kentucky. "Ilecuuse shn waa ready, Switzerland to a reason." . . The Central Record, ursday, Dec 13, 1917. place of honor at the right. If a number of flags are carried the flag should either precede the other, or be carried The flair la with us constantly now, in the center above the other, on a but not .11, perhaps not many, under- higher stair. stand the etiquette of it. use. No disNothing should cv- -r be placed upon courtesy Is probably meant by those or against the flag. who remain covered while the flag is "Nellher the flig nor a picture of It passing In procession, but a clear know-- 1 should be used for any advertising purex-- 1 t ledge of the conventional behavior poses whatsoever; nor as toys, fans, Hence t parasols, peeled is likely to be wanting. paper napkins, sofa cushions; an expression of gratitude is earned nor ns a cover for :i table, desk or box; by J Stewart (iilison fur his compr- - nor In any rther debasing manner. hen.lvo compilation of facta and rule. "It is unlawful tn trample upon, relating to the proper use of nnd re- - mutilate, or otherwise treat the flag spect lor our flag, g'cancd, as lie aavs with insult or contempt, or tn attach In the New York Sun, "from every au-- I to it any inscription or object thentic source." Here they are: "Anniversaries on which the Hag To salute with the hand: Unite should be displayed at full stair; Janu- the right hand smartly until the tip of ary 3. Hatttc of Princeton; February 12, the forefinger touch the lower part Lincoln's birthday; February 22, Wash- of the (or forehead, if the ington's birthday; April 19, battle of head is uncovered) above the right eye, l.exington; May HO, Memorial day;.lune thumb and fingera extended and joined, 14, Flag day; June 17, liattle of Hunkpalm to the left, forearm Inclined at er Hill; July 4, Independence day; Sep- about forty-fiv- e degrees, hand and tember C, Lafayette', birthday; Octo- wrist struight; at the same time look ber 12, Columbus day; October 11), ur-- I toward the flag or the person saluted. render at Vorktown; November 25, To complete the salute; Drop the arm Evaluation day; JDecember 20, liattle smartly by the side." of Trenton; und other legal holidays or To memorize these rules should be a I special occasions, part of the patriotic duty of all of us, "In placing the flag at half staff it especially those who have lived long in should first be hoisted to the top of the this country, and have u duty to staff and then lowered to position, and in the matter of example before preliminary to lowering from half staff our newly patriattd citizens. Hut the it should be raised again to the top. On Chicago Tribune finds that Memorial day the flag should y at half "There are four classes of men who staff from noon to sunset. do not salute the flag; the careless, the is proper to forgetful, the ignorant, and the "During time of war, it display the flag continuously; but It is sympathizers. For the ignorant, conductive to the spirit of economy and it may be repeated that it I. proper to to greater respect for the flag to lower remove the hat and place it over the it at night and as far as possible pro heart as the colors go hv. For the tect it from inclement weather. careless and forgetful, it may be sug "The flag should not be hoisted be guited that their laxicty not only ser fore sunrise nor allowed to remain ves as a cover for the German svm- up after sunset. paihizers, but is likely to arouse sus "The flag should be displayed from picion as to their own loyalty." u stair or pole whenever possible. Meat nr fihnrlre When it is hung on a wall or fastened Sometime- - I think the host part of to the side ot a building or platform, i ii hi . the union (the blue field of stars) i.i.tmuh liinii. should be at the upper left hand cor- Whnt nro wo going to get? Meat or shucks? NVver mind ir there bo nothner when the stripes are horizontal. ing more than nn empty hole once In and nt the upper right hand corner a Mime ' Tlie next time will he nil when the stripes are vertical, as seen rllMlt. Atll him- V. ,'illnn.l n lilt by the spectetor. of muscle lii tin. nrni that swung the "The flag should never be allowed hammer. Makes m .stronger for crackto touch the ground while being ing the harder uut tomorrow. Vincent i.ire hoisted or lowered. Its folds should lu float freely and should be cleaned at once whenever fouled, "The flag should be Saluted by all present while being hoisted or lowered and when it is passing on parade or in review The spectator should OF rise if sitting; halt if walking; and standing at attention, salute with the GARKAUD CIRCUIT COURT. right hand in nil cases, except that a Plaintitl's, man in civilian dress and covered Mollie Carrier, et al, VS. should uncover and hold the heal drens Defendants. opposite the left shoulder witli the Glass Carrier, ct al, l'ursuant to n judgment rendered at right hand. the November Term, 1917, the under"When the flwg is carried in parade signed Commissioner will sell at public any other flag it should have the auction before the Court House Door with in Lancaster, Kentucky, at 11 o'clock a. m., on ETIQUETTE OF THE FLAG. STANFORD William Yager returned Sunday from Cleveland on account of illness. Mir. Vie Gose Smith ha. been visit ing the Misses Greer nt Danville. Mlts Mil nie Wood. lis. been In Dan ville the fcuest of Mrs. C. H. Grter. Mrs. Alfred Fence, who has been ill for several weeks. Is greatly Improved. Court day here wa trry dull with no cattle on the market and no one in town. There was no school hue Monday on account of the heating systei.i being BANK YOUR On December Notes anil Mortgages Cash in vnult nml in banks Due from U. S. Government Bunds Dunking House. Fur nn.I Fix. ... UvcnirniiR MM soft 7Q . . . For the time will come when you will be glad you saved. First Our Statement Heads: out of order. Mr. and Mrs. It. G. Hampton of Leb anon Junction, have hi en here with relatives and friends. Mrs. Uelle I'erkins has Veturned home from Danville, w,here she has been vii-iti- toJSJ! capital, surplus and 3o.ooo.oo iiwnnfnpn ppnnT; 8.880.00 3.000.00 3.079.90 5237,005.32 head-dres- s relatives and friends. Mr. Cicero Reynolds, who has been quite ill for several weeks remains still In a vcrv serious condition. Mrs. Leliu B. Cook, of Lexington was here recently with her daughter. Mrs. J. B. I'erkins and friends. Mrs. A. 11. Elkin has returned to her home in Louisville after a visit to her daughter, Mr.. R. M. Newland. Mrs. J. C. Lynn, who underwent an operation recently, is improving, her many fritnds will be glad to know, Capt. J. N. Menefee of Camp Zac-har- y Taylor, and Mr. James T. Menefee 4 Cleveland O, spent Sunday here with homefolks. Mrs. E. C. Walton is at home after a protracted visit to her father. Col. T. D. Marcum and sister, Mis. Blanche Mlrr.s at Citleltsburg. DEPOSITS $206,666.53 $237 06S.32 TOTAL MOTTO: "Remember us wheu you have Money, We will remember you when you have none." per-fcr- Bank. Peoples Kentucky. Paint Lick, 11 Ger-ma- Lieut, iieorge Smith of llarbourville, has ben the guest of Miss Gertrude Wilkinson. He will leave shortly for Fort Itiley Kansas, where he will be Mrs. C. Hays Fester and little daughter, Jane Murrell, have returned home from I'ineville, where they have been guests of h?r parents, Dr, and Mrs. O, NOTICE TAX PATERS All Taxes not paid by January 1st, will be advertised for sale. This applies to all. stationed. - I. Nuchola. COMMISSIONER'S SALE LAND. G. T.BALLARD, JR. SHERIFF MONDAY. DECEMBER 21, 1917. II v ft III TOBACCO TO THE ft i I i WW I Lancaster Tobacco ! ! 1 Warehouse MGRS. fit cribed as follows; Located and being in Garrard County Ky, on the waters of Dix River and described as follows; lleginning at a point in the spun branch, known as the Uright Spring branch, a comer to Nathan Noe'a part of the whole tract bought from I. M. Dunn; thence along and with the top and the meanders of the cliff ot Dix River, up the same N 774 W 3. 10 Kiles; thence N 9 W 10 poles N 641 W 32 poles, N 86 W 8 poles N f.3 W W 28 poles. N 45 W 8 poles N 68 32 poles, S 71 W 28.2 poles to a stake two poles S 411 E from two marked elders, said stake u corner in line to R. U M. Robinson: thence his line S 44 205.3 poles tn a stake near and southeast of an old gate, corner to said Robinson: thence 8 47 E 110 poles to County road the middle, of the leading to Fihhcrs Ford, corner to said Robinson, the two foregoing lines running with u partnership fence; thence with the middle of said road N 441 K. IB feet theme leaving the road and running back parallel with Robin-son'- s litw N 47 V 87 poles to n stake nenr the east gat- - post at a gate, said stake is 111 feet from Robinson's line und Is corner to Nathan Noe; thence witl. Ins line N 41 K 41.90 poles to stake, corner to same N 48 W 70 pole. to a stake, corner to same, N Jut 24,00 poles tn tint end of a stone fence. corner to same: N 421 W 15 poles with the stone fence to the middle of the spring brunch, corner to same: thence Mown ami with saiu branch N 41 W 10.10 poles to tin-- beginning, containing iV it being the first day of the (Jarrurd County Court Term, the real estute mentioned in the pleadings and des- The Lincolnian, the Stanford High School paper, made its second appearance this year, Saturday, ll was u newsy sheet und the new management is to he congratulated on the efficient work it did. Stewart and Saunders of Lexington bougnt nine head of horses and one mule here Saturday, paying from $100 They were taken to to $150 per head. Lexington Sunday by Bright Hays, who made to trip in about nine hours in a dreadful blizzard. Sam Fisher bought the Phillips grocery store on East Mam street and will take charge in n short time. Mr. Fisher has been with Welsh and Wiseman, Danville, for several years, but like all the rest could not stay aivuy trom Stanford. He and his wife, formerly Miss Jessie Lee Phillips, will receive u cordial welcome here. C. Hay. Foster has been selected as cashier of the First National Bank of this city, to succeed Mr. II. C. Baugh-mawho resigned to accept the nomiMr. Foster has been nation of Sheriir. assistant cashier ot this bank for some time and is the man for the place. He c business man. F. Payne, the will ki.own blacksmith of Prcachersville, was found Mr. Payne had dead Monday morning. been complaining for several days, but the members of the family did not think him in a serious condition, and his death was indeed a great shock to them as well as to the neighborhood. Burial occurred Tuesday morning at is a J. Preachersville George D. Hopper, who recently received his appointment in the consular department and ordered to Stockholm Sweden, is here with his mother, Mr.. Kittle Hopper, and aunt, Mrs. Mattie Withers, until the first of the year. Mr. Hopper thought that he would have to leave without coming heme from Washington, but tho ship he was to have sailed in wa.,ordered not to go. so ho has to wait for the next ship. His many friends here wish him well. Mrs. Janet Laurie Bruce, the aged, mother of Rev. P. L. Bruce, pastor of the Presbyterian church, passed away, here Friday afternoon after all Illness of several weeks, Mrs. Bruce had made her homo here with her son since the death of her husband about two years ugo, hnving come here from Spring Hill, Tenii, Deceased was 81 year. old. After funeral service, at the home of Rev. Biucc Sunday after-nuo- n by the other pastors of the city, the remains were shipped to Natdivillc for interment. Rev. and Mrs. Bruce and Mr. Robert Lewis accompanied the s g ft ft STANFORD STREET. C. A. SPEITH COMPANY, To which is add-- d the cliff laud bur tiering along the foregoing described tract of land running from the corner of the spring branch and down the samo to Dix River nnd up suid rivei to K M Itntilnson a corner anil thence with his line to the top of the clilr. to contain about 40 acres. lieing tne same land convevet' to Mollie Carrier, et al, by Elisha" How ling anil wife, bv deed dated April 4, remains. 1899. and recorded In Garrard Countv Clerk's oflico in Deed Hook 15. nape 42.V The purpose of said sale herein in to reinvest the proceeds arising from tho acres. We Pay the Highest Market Price and Unload the Same Day. No Commission Charged. Phone 308. ft ft sale In other real estate. TERMS. Hardy Flowering ft ft i BRANCH i HOUSE AT MORELAND AND PAINT LICK, KY. I The sale will be made on a credit of six months and tho purchaser will he required to execute bond with approved security for the purchase price, said bond bearing six Per cent Interest frnm date until paid, having the force und effect of a judgment upon which execution may issue, payable to W. II. Hrown. Master Commissioner of the Garrard Circuit Court, and a lien will be reserved upon the property sold to Plants ans Bulbs For Fall Planting Write for particulargundFREK FALL FLOWER BOOK, which tells what to plant, how to plant and when to plant. $1.00. for fall $2.00 worth of hardv plants und bulbs secure the payment of tame, W. II. BROWN. M. C. G. C. C. G. O. Swlnebroad, Att'y for Plaintiffs. Ctpt. A. M. Bourne, Auctioneer. SINGER, THE FLORIST ROUTE, P. . HARROOSBURC, KY; The Central Record. Thursday, Dec 13, 1917. MM 1 if m GRAND OPENIN CHRISTMAS Come and See This Opening GOODS LARGE LINE OF Saturday, December 15th. A Larger and More Complete Line Than we Have Ever Shown. ALL KINDS OF TOY Remember C3 Cut Glass Silver Ware, Table Ware, China Ware, Nickle Plated Ware of One Hundred Designs. We Have the Presents You Want for Mother, Father, Sister, Brother and Sweetheart. LDEN BROT HERS Lancaster, Kentucky The aie fllll trying to force Jui pu.M-that lead to th; Italian )lui!'x. hut the h 'Mini; line if utill inUnlimited amount of money Co loan I'rly 'i-itrt4l"i ftii i.'r eir'' tact, even the heaviest enemy masses cn good farint. Can he paid oil any mej t "l thrown again.t this line hive not biok-olife il. tf in l'M.M No loan fee charged. A'kabout iff .;nnV giin mi'l itie thiini 111" chain (if the strong le.istance time. ftriit a lit laMmr imniui HfTui ro ivr this NEW plan. A Icti'ific tlru(rgle in In prolans. ll HjU' hit til neei'lil mrf 'UM' U. A. THOMAS. .I'd Hit! 'f tiHi. 'i I" t Tin Hn!heiki Guvermrent, it is j Itesl Eitate. Insurance. f HH Ir- - ii iti mid, u preparing to repudiate all for-- 1 A. Time Pissts. For Sale Frch milk cow. eign loiiiis. The cessation of hostilities riiihiy 1" " erf jenterilny mi fust S. I). Cochran. lias practically ceased for a ten days! lint u fellnu predictions become armistice. It ii also said that Kmperor e FOIt Ix 'ore he reallzea It. pure bred MamNicholas has made his escape or has moth Ilrorze gobblers been removed by these leaders under' I 12 G. Mrs. T. I,. YantiA. Knnh far Kettle Lid. pretense of fear of his beinjr lynched. Should the knuh come "IT the l!J uf FOIi SALE- Four Ited Duroo male I'erlnps tt t g- eate9t tragedy of the a kettle II MTinr should he kllpped hogs, Weight 150 pound. throiiKh the hole with the lienii to the II. Thompson. I'reachersville times resulted when the Norwegian I Inside of the lid mid ii cort: tcrened J. ship, Imo, ran into the French chip. on the protrudlni' end. FOit SALE: Kiver b.ittom cultiva-te- Mont Hlanc, the harbor at Halifax re- hemp seed. This seed won first eultii.g in tons of explosives being let prize at Agriculture Fair Dec. 1st loose nnd thousands of lives lost. Fire H. D. McMurtry. buenu Vista Ky. followed and then extreme cold and hindered the work of rescue vrll SA l.F.: Three Herefoid Lull snow haveaid Generous hai been sent from all , calvet, weighing from 000 to 050 bi. condition it Alfred Owens. over the country but the ! so extreme that it will be many days For St!e A few extra good Mam- - before relief will be felt by the tur- Why you should use rn'i i. Urorze Turkeys I'hone 40-j vivors of the catastrophe. Cardui, the woman's Mrs Jas Sutton, Hryant9ville, Ky. tonic, for your troubles, The American destroyer, the Jacob have been shown in For three dozen White Jones, the largest and newest submar thousands of letters from Leghorn hens. I'hout 47-- J liryantaville actual users of this meditorpedoed four bundled ine chaser, was cine, who speak from ,ex. Mrs J. G Doty, Marksbury, Ky. miles olf the coast and onlv about forty personal experience. If tli list three were rescued. Anion the results obtained by other w omen for so many of the enlisted im-- M fount the niimi' years have been so uniCnailie Heidel Sanford, seaman; form!! good, why not mother Harbarn F.IIh Sanford, 1120 I.ex- i;lvo Cardui a trial? ington Avo., Lancaster. Ky." As thi name is not among the rescued it is ( greatly feared thai he is among the, lost. Lieut, '..or.imander Worth Hag- lie is u ley was nmoiu the have). brother-in-laof Secretary Daniel. I rinmirinT'WARNEWS UK Teuton, LULUiMIl Af III OF THE WEEK. nated by Germauyt that she is not in posit'on to make a separate peace. n u i loaTs"o?farms. ijl.4-rllr- n .m-l- q PUBLIC i SUE 22, 17, SAI,F.:--Som- J - I Having sold our farm and expecting to leave the county, I will offer at public sale on, 12-- Reasons J Sale-Ab- out 1 AT , DECEMBER 10:00 O'CLOCK, A. M. ARmY Take Mules Weight to 1200 pounds. miles East of Nina, on at the home place Paint Lick Creek, the following personal property three year old gelding; 2 two year old mares; 1 four year old mule, good worker; 1 good yearling mule; 1 milk cow, fresh in January; 1 heifer fresh in February; 1 meat hog weight about 275 pounds; 50 wagon, good as new; 1 cane e barrels of corn; 4000 pounds tobacco; 1 mill, 1 cider mill. Farming implements of every kind and household and kitchen furniture. Terms made known on day of sale. Two brood mares with foal; 1 two-hors- w ANTED Five to nine years old. 1000 W. B. BURTON LANCASTER, KY. The Holy City of Jerusalem falU into the hands of the liritiai nnd the Jews may come into their own again after Gen. Allenby 1200 yearn of waiting. carried out bis plans bo that the numerous sacred places in the city were not endangered. This breaks the backbone of the German rule in the Fast. F.ver since the Kaiser cam to his throne he has been infatuated with u desire of a drive thru the Kast and an attempt to dominate from Hamburg to Uagdad. He has made viis to Turkey and play-e- d the part of a Itoyal Carpet Hagger. The capture of Jerusalem It of great military Importance for now the Urit ih are in a position to advance across the Jordan to the Hedjez Kailroad and with ever all Turkish connection Arabia. Turkey is so strongly doml The Woman's Tonic Mrs. Alary J. Irvin, ol Va., writes: "About II years ago, I suffered untold misery with female trouble, bearing-down pains, headI ache, numbness would go for three weeks almost bent double . . . .My husband went to Or. for Cardui . . . Alter taking about two bottles I began going around and when 1 took three bottles I could do E-all my work." Cullen, ... Mrs. Laura Sebastian. Capt. W. T. King, Auctioneer.