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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): December 20, 1917 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1917 cen1917122001_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 20, 1917 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1917 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE CENTRAL RECORD. TWENTY EIGHTH YEAR LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON. DECEMBER 20. 191 7. OLD HONEY, NUMBER 38. D Our line or stoves U complete, consisting of Stoves the BF1E HEMP BREAKING MACHINE Majestic Range, Cast Ranges, Hot Blast Heaters, Cannon and Great Mr. Jnmes Clark tin some honey that Promises To Be A Reality. Lancaster he snys is twenty yours old nnd he is Man Inventor. looking for the nan with the biscuit that cIhIiih it to he the same age. Mr, A problem that has long taxed thf, Clark thinks the two will make a nice Ingenuity of many men, is the invention combination. of n successful hemp breaking machine, and since Garrard county is nationally MULES IN DEMAND. noted for her immense products of this Center llrothers, of the Faint Kick necessary fiber, it seems that It has section of the county have recently fallen to the fate of a Garrard county made Homu nice sales; nmong them be- man to invent one, that from every In dication looks to be n succesr and that ing II sold to I). I,. Uankiii, at tin of 1212.50 a head and six head to the hemp breaking machine is no Ion T. C. ltankiu at an average of $17(1 a ger a drenm but a reality. Mr. A. L. Trumbo. of this city has head. been working or. a machine of this ll HI THE UNIVERSAL CAR I WORK MULES FOR SALE. We have 36 good work mules for sale three and four years old, all mares ex cept four. Will soli single or in pairs. Some extra good, teams of mare mules readv for the plow, all broken. Laundry Stoves. A complete line of Pipe, Elbows, Dampers.etc We manufacture our pipe and can make any desired shape. J. K. Robinson. Lancaster. Ky. WILD GEESE. Mr. John Walker, of Hillhouse, Miss, went on a wild goose chase a few days ago, near his adopted home nnd killed n number of ducks and geese. He sent two of the latter to "Skinny" Gulley and (!abe Waller ami has promised the writer a nice one which we ure expecting in the next few days. Conn i !:) Brothers. iriri rll IL1I I! LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. READ OUrIhRISTMAS ADS. Come to Holiday Headquarters for all kluds of I 1 (: Toys, Fine Candies, Fruits, Fancy Lamps, Vases, Pictures, Holiday 1 Boxes, Xmas Seals, Labels, Tags, Wagons, Chairs, & Handkerchiefs $ IN HOLIDAY BOXES. Try our This isiue of the Record contains twelve pages and our advertising friends They recognize V almost swamped us. the vital imMirtnncu of advertising nnd we can heartily recommend these progressive firms, if they want to yet some I!) Christmas bargains. The fellow that has the goods and the prices can he found by reading this isiue of the Record carefully. KEEP ALIVE THE BOY SCOUTS lur of Sunshine Cnk.es unit Crackers None better to Sander's Varieiv Store. Back tbe ft Ma Who Fight For You For tbe UnlUJ BUtes war real war hit not begun. Not before lain wlnW or early aprlnx will Americana bcjln to U paints at grWr that have been France'., England's, Canada's, for thrt faarful year. Art w. to wait until tunc Hat. of casualties anirr before we sire a rote of piort to tbe world, crtntr.t inircy tn.tltatloii tlio Amvrl-caRed Crou? CoaatlMa thousands of troops In rantauments here and in camps "over there" knuw that their Oood Samaritan, the Red Croi. this week Red Croa member. I. out to enroll 16.000,000 folks bark bome I'lcture U eDcouraiainrnt thean fighting nie.n will experience when tbrr know tbat this great goal ban been sttnlned. Ilrtter a t 111. rlruallie tbe picture we run make (or them It we furnish n bntitground o not merely 15,000,000 numbers bat 20,000,000 or uTon :S.OOO,000. Ily your Red Croea Service Flat: we will know you." When you join thin great civilian army of the Red Cross, by tnk lot nut a dollar membervhlp. your local Itiil Cross chnpter or brunch will supply you with a Red Cross Strvlce Flaic. Hunt It In your window. Biery borne excepting those that arv prtCt rtnun; eery homo ei cepting thou that are for the "Meund Oott" Kaiser und bis cruel, hideous crimes; erery home sate those lli.it shelter traitors will have a Red Cross Serxlce 1'Iok In one of its front window, before Christmas Eve. l'iuno. Apply ut this olliee. Cotton Seed Mcnl lor sale. Hudson, For Sale Hughes & Karnau. EXCHANGE. The Huptist Ladies Mil Society will cur.duct an exchange on Monday, Doc. 'J I Get prices on ThornhiIl mill Old Hickory wagons, of W. J. Ho.nuns. Cremo Dairy feed will muke jour cow give morn milk, Hudson, Hudies & Karnau, tl. PREACHING AT ANTI0CI1. Itev, C. K. Schockc, will lill the put. pit at the New Antioch church next llran, mixed feed, wheat rtiddlings, Sunday morning line) evening. onts corn and liny for sule. Hudson, Hughes & Furnau. Our Xmas line of lino Candies, Nuts, Fruits und Groceries is complete. The teachers money for tho third and Our new ChiuHwuro has arrived and fourth month is at hand und till teachers will sell it ab reduced prices during the are requested to come in Saturday and liilidays. 1 will appreciate u cull. get their checks. W. 11. Hull. Jennie Hiugina, Supt, TEACHERS MONEY. Since Ilrother Tinder has left for his new home in North Middletown the boy scouts have lost n devoted Scout Master. This organization should not be DRAFTED MEN allowed to go down as some splendid work is Lung done by these young boys. To Have Free Assistance From Legal We trust they will get together and elect a competent Scout Master with FraternilyOfThe County. some executive ability that their good The attorneys of the Garrard county work may be carried on to further usebar met at the court house Monday1 fulness and patriotic services. morning for the purpose of perfecting an organization to assist und advise the j? FINE STATEMENT. drafted men of the county in preparing f The udvertirement of the Garrard the Questionnaires beinir minl. il he th t Hank and Trust Company appears on a Locol Hoard to each registered man. half page space ,'in this issue of the Those attorneys present were. R. H. Record ami is about the oest statement Tomlinson, L. L. Walker, Wm. Hern-doJ. K. Robinson, H. Clay Kaulfman. wo have seen this rapidly growing hank W. H. Muson. John W. Miller und G. ' Issue. It shows deposits of over $.110,000. a C. Walker. R. II. Tomlinson was nice surplus and n large undivided pro- elected chairman, and 11, C. Kauffmun fit. The friends of this institution will secretary of the meeting, k was the, rend the advertisement with much in- sense of the meeting that the attorneys terest and congratulate the olliciats of the bar would give aid and assistance to the boys who are called, in the difupon their splendid showing. ficult task in making answer to the questions put to them by Uncle Sum. A FINE SHOT It wus decided to have two attorneys Two German uirmen dropped bombs present ut the county count room each on a body of troops marching along h day in the week except Sunday and Flanders road in the moonliirnt. Sum legal holidays to work for all the boys shots failed, hut at last a "fine shot" who desire the assistance offered. The vns made. A bomb struck in the cen hours will be from nine to twelve and ter of the column of troops. Twenty- - from one to four each day. It has proven to be u dilficult job to muke out nine men were killed and forty-on- e wounded. The only thing that marred these papers and the attorneys will the success of the alTair from tho stand probably call for volunteers among the ' point of the German uirmen wus that ladies of the city to assist in doing the the troops struck by the bomb were writing in making out the answers reGerman prisoners. The writer adds; quired. There will be forty six each "The llritish eavo Hu m u nice military day us sent out by the Local Hoard and lunerai, witti all the ijurman prisoners it will probably turn out that two attorneys will not be uble to do all the forced to attend. work in one day. These papers propFIRST RED CROSS MEMBER. erly prepared according to the rules must be returned to the Local Hoard Mss Georgetta Walker, the within seven days from the date it is old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. A. mailed to the drafted man, or he forWalker of this city, claims to have the feits his right to claim any exemption distinction as well us the honor of be- or to any claims for deferred cull, Tho ing the lirst Red Cross member in ultorneys who have volunteered to us- -' Garrard comity. Shu cent five dollars sist will bo on duty ut tho County court , to the headquarters at Frankfort on room in the court house. On Monday May 11th, 11)17, everul weeks beforo of each week, L. L. Wulker and 11. C. the local Chapter wus organized. Kuuirman; Tuekduy, R, H. Tomlinson hhu proudly exhibits the letter from und G. C. Walker; Wednesduy, Wm. headquarters, which congratulates her Herndon and W. U. Mason: Thursday, young patriotic spirit und hopes that J. K. Robinson nnd J. W. Miller; Frt- her example will be, emulated by other, day. H. O. Kaulfman und G. C. Wol- -' llisb Georgette is a grund-daughte- r of ker; Saturday, Wm. Herndon and W. Senator George l urris, of Frtnkfott. II. Mason. This is quite u sacrifice of time by these attorneys und will he Hp. DR. DENNY WILL NOT LEAVE preciuted by the diufted men. character for the past two years and has one now nearly completed in the Arcade building on Danville street and which the writer had occasion to inspect a few days ago. At first sight one is immediately im pressed with its simplicity, yet while the machine when completed, will pos sibly weigh about 3.00O pounds, an armful of hemp can be run through the machine, while being turned by one hand. Ten corrugated rollers, eight Inches in diameter, fivi above and five below, does the work of breaking the fiber, on the principle of n fluting iron and the fiber is carried back where it comes in contact with about twenty shakers, that knock out the hurds. the latter being carried back to the center of the muchine. where it is blown out the side by means of a fan. which does its work properly. Four men can easily operate this wonderful invention and Mr. Trumbo informs u that it will have n r.iimeitv of 1.000 pounds u day. The machine is attracting the at tention of manv influential farmers of this and adjoining counties and all with whom we have spoken pronounce it a success, and say when perfected will be one of the greatest labor saving machine ever invented. A pructical demonstration will be given just as som us tho hemp is sufficiently rotted, at v;hich time the public will have a chance to p.isi on the merits of this break, which from our viewpoint, looks to be a success. II HI HI What could be more ap- propriate than one of these Gars for a Christmas Gift. Let us have your order I I III I I III Haselden Bros. I II" f mm Jfzzvivi ellev' s Candv FOR zA XMAS GIFT WHAT COULD BE BETTER? ' A Fresh Supply Just Received THE PURITAN. at ."jj Bargains In BUGGIES That Give Satisfaction. thornhiIl composition WAGONS Run Lighter & Metal Roofing S'eel and Galvanized. Has no sa j ,0ts an j ;s tasy (o pul on Last Longer Let us show you. - Harness The Very BEST That Money uy- - House Paint The Best on the Market and at a price that will please you. Turning Plows That Run Linseed Oil Not Cotton Seed but the Right And Guaranteed. Are purest of Linseed Oil. HORSESHOEING PAY YOUR SUBSCRIPTION. Next Monday Is county court day. Many of our Subscribers will be in town with pockets bulging with money. Wont you come in and hand us one poor piti- ful dollar? The subscription rate to the Central Record Is going to advance soon, so get in while getting is good. We are going to give you the best paper next year that ever went out of Lancaster, but It takes money to make the mare go, so please come across. Although the announcement was made in good faith several weeks ago that Dr. M. K. Denny und his family weuld leave the city und locuto elsewhere, but so much pressure und solicitation from their, numerous friends have caused them to decide to remain in Lancaster. The firm of Denny und Wheeler have dissolved, Dr. Wheeler remaining In the present oilice und Dr. Denny moving to the rooms over the office of Dr. J. I). Klnnalrd on Danville street. We are Indeed glad that these splendid people are not to leave us, but hope their atay with ui will be SHOOT THE CROW. l tiere lias been a great deal or com plaint among the farmers against the common foe of the agriculturist, the crow, that yearly destroys u great amount of property. This time where tho corn was shucked and could not at once be hauled to the cribs for storing a heavy snow fell over It, but in spite of all of this these birds have come In great llocks and by scratching and digging thru the snow, have fed upon the farmers corn thereby relieving him of the trouble of hauling and storing much of this six dollar a barrel article. The kind that Slays when put up Wire Fence STOVES Lancaster, KokomO . and REPAIR Department is very complete. does your horse forge? We have the best shoer in town RANGES W. J. ROMANS. Kentucky. The Central Record, Thursday, Dec 20 ... !9I7. I "rX T dU TX T T TMiT 1NUVV I & i Practical Gifts For Him. it DC 3 dlC DC DC K N?w Arnold Hand Vlad5u99i? as they will be much higher later. M It will pay you to buy now If you dont use the Buggy until Spring. Our Buggies Have Been The Best That Money Could Buy For t M p;' The Past Fifteen Years. Its Bad Economy to buy one just a Few Dollars Cheaper. WE MAKE A SPECIALTY OF AUTO PAINTING, TRIMMING AND REPAIRING. I together .. s good gifts in larger quantities and greater m variety of selections than ever before. Es$ pecially have we purchased unusually fine m m assortments of merchandise of a practicm m able, serviceable character for this is goH ing to be more than in recent years a I Christmas of practicable gifts. 0 0 Read The List of Suggestions: m We have succeeded in gathering v.. : : 1 r.Y ! : 1 ; . & Bath Robes Smoking Jackets House Goats Wool Sweaters Rain Coats Fur Caps Auto Caps Auto Gloves Dress Gloves Work Gloves Silk Mufflers First Class Work. Thanking you for your past patronage and wishing all a Merry Christinas, am, respectfully, Silk Shirts Flannel Shirts Initial Belts '0 G' 0 0. H. M. Arnold. Danville. Jlv cigarette mess tin and share his LETTER FROM SOLDIER BOY with him. You can learnlast of jus- POTATOES LIKE HEN more County And tice and humanity in one hour in the trenches than you can in a life time in civil life. I am glad you and grandWell Remembered. mother never taught me to hate anyThe following letter from her grand- one, and as for the English people son, Richard Salter, was sent to us by well, you like them more and more all Mrs. Mary Yantis, of Parageuld, Ark., the time and if they do have angels on and was published in the Daily Press of earth, some of the nurses are all of A returned soldier that and more. that city. The young man is a son of Mr. and from France gets as good treatment as Mrs. Jones Salter, well remembered King George would and there is nothhere. Mr. Salter having died in Ark- ing left undone for their comfort and ansas sevaral years ago. The interest- amusement. But even at that, there ing letter written to his mother, dated is a certain "something" which makes at Buxton, Derbyshire, England, reads; a man want .o leave a good bed with Dear Mother: Your letter received, sheets on it to get back with the old having been forwarded from my battal- battalion once more and eat "bully ion in France or Uelgium, and I was so beef" out of a tin can with hard tack glad to hear from you. Notice you are and a mess tin full ol tea and dirt that still putting 5c stamps on your letters, one of Fritz's shells had showered you while the other U. S. letters I receive with. Talk about a drowning man thinking have only 2c stamps. 1 was transferred up here to Buxton and am now in a over his entire life, but they have Canadian Red Cross special hospital. nothing on a fellow looking over the top or on listening post or patrol in No This place is to England what our Hot Man's Land at night. Springs are to our country. So many soldiers here taking the baths for rheumatism (or myralgia, as they call it) Aches Pains contracted in the trenches, and it is Caused by Kidneys also a discharge depot. Everyone gets aboard here, and if not fit for further Many women attrlbuts ailments service after undergoing treatment, and sullerlns to soma disease pecuare invalided back to Canada. Have liar to their sex. when oftenwttho ale pain and misery Is caused by Housework, or deranced kidneys. not commenced my treatment as yet, office work or lactory work may as have not been before the specialist tart the trouble, and dizzy spells, pumneas under eyes, sore muscles, yet. But the rheumatism is not botstiff joints, discolored or scanty urine, hering me any now and my wound looks sleep disturbing bladder ailments, rheumatism or diabetes may result. clean and is healing up fine. The hosWhen the kidneys are strong; and pital was formerly a large hotel. There healthy they alter out from the blood the poisonous waste matter, when is a large recreation room downstairs they are slucKlsh or overworked they with piano and billiard tables, reading, need a medicine to clean them out and Invigorate action. Foley Kidney etc. They had a dance the other night, Tills are prepared expressly for the purpose dissolving all poisonous but most of the boys declared it the aubstancesof and uric acid that lodga 12th letter of the alphabet to hold a In the Joints and muscles and to stopped.up. dance in a hospital, where there were cleanse and strengthen inactive kidneys. Thousands of men only cripples. However, some of them and women In all parts of the county testify to the wonderfully satisfachopped around pretty good at that. tory results they have bad from takThen there are band concerts, and ing Foley Kidney 1'Uls. Parents Formerly Of .. Suspenders Garters Silk Handkerchiefs Initial Handkerchiefs Silk Socks House Slippers Slumber Slippers Laundry Bags Traveling Bags Cuff Buttons Linen Collars Collar Boxes ig : : : $ 0. MANURE .. , This From Poultry Droppings Collected Houses Applied to Small Pitch Gave Large Returns. .: W 0 Knitted Reefers Silk Cravats Knitted Scarfs Tie Racks '?; I ' 0. Our experience with hen manure on potatoes last summer may be of Interest to some, says F. W. Ilrlggs, In Farm Poultry. We took our potnto of nn acre, and patch. Just one-thir- d covered it brondcant with a moderate coating of lien manure that hail be'n collected from the dropping boards. This wus all the dressing the piece had. We planted our potatoes, and the following week hoed them once with a horse hoe. This Is all tho time or labor that was expended on the crop, except the labor of digging und picking. The crop from this oae-thlr- d aero wns Just 100 bushels of extra large smooth potatoes, and ten bushels of small oues. The potatoes were of such excellent quullty that they brought live cents per bushel more from the Boston buyer than any other potatoes In this locality. The piece used was of easy access from the free range occupied by the pullets during the summer. These pullets assisted materially In the crop, as they kept the piece well "cultivated" by their scratching, and kept away or nto up all the potato bugs; wo did not use nu ounce of parls green or bordeaux mixture. HORSE POWER TO PULL POSTS Team and Wagon, Log Chain and Stout Plank Are Among Things Needed for the Purpose. Digging up old fence posts Is a hurd Job. The accompanying drawing shown the easiest and quickest wny of pulling posts that have been seen. A team log chain and u and wagon, a ten-fostout plank with n notch In the upper end or a forked stick about four feet long are tho things needed. Drive tho team and wagon up parallel to tin) fence and about u font away from It, and five feet uhead of tho post to bo pulled. Loop one enil of tho chain around the middle of tho I I 1 . : Mail Orders Received Prompt Attention. 0 0 0 0 0 Parks I & & - Incorporated. Hendren Co. Brand Clothes" - 0. , , "Home sf Society Danville. XGvMy) Kentucky. ysmsmsm 0 :ovii0i mom!; 0MM0is jee esieaiQj5Sj 0; and theatricals from different cities that go around to all the hospitals. We are allowed out from 1 p. m. until 7 p. m. Just I have a good, comfortable bed. three of us in an end room on the third floor; one is the orderly sergeant of hospital, the other a sergeant from the Canadian pay and records ollice, who is The American here for treatment. Red Cross sent meBome Chicago papers and wrute me a very nice letter, asking me what I wanted in the way of comforts. Some American lady must have found out my name and address from them, for I received a parcel from a Mrs. Mudge from tho Midland hotel at Manchester, which contained a Kansas City Star, a New York Times, a book, "The Knave of Dianonds", by Ethel McUell, two handkerchiefs, some and stamps and some cigarettes. So to use a slang expression. "I am all set". Believe me, mother, I hive learned more of life in Ave months in France under ahell bomb and machine gun fire than I have in the rest of my entire life und although war is a cruel, horrible thing, no one can go through a living hell like it is over there without emerging better for it, and there's no doubt that while war has a demoralizing elfect for a while, that the world will be better olT afterwards, as one young fellow, a former bank cashier, said, "1 can enjoy myself with men I would never notice before coming to France", When one U standing, too, In the front line trenches with a gas mask on and fixed bayonets, under extremely heavy shell fire, one does not look around to see If it is an officer or private who has fallen, but knows simply It is a fellow-being- -a comrade in arms fighting for the freedom of the world. I have seen officers drink tea out of a private's Stornies Drug Store. ALL A Dutchman's Capture. During the Itcrnlullonnry war a Dutchman whs running from the Kng-- , llsh. In crossing n field he stepped upon n rake, tin- - handle flew up and trousers attracted her attention and hit him In the back of the head. With-the exclaimed: "Why, he even ha out looking around, he dropped to his kner and said, 'I klvs up. I Mrs up, 'broidery on bis pants." mynheer snldlermans. Hooray for King Shorgel" The "Perfect Beauty." It Is n familiar axiom that there Built for Giant. are no duplicates In nature. The physiGardner, Mn., hn In one of Its ologists claim that this Is one of the parks what Is believed to he the Inrgest causey for differences In the features chair In the world, ninde for actual of the same person that nature never use. It Is St4 feet square at the base, models two eyes r ears In nn exactly and IS feet In height. The sent li six Identical way. Hut there are persons feet from the ground, so that those In whom tho difference li so small that who wish to sit In It have to literally It practically does not exist. And near- climb up Into the rhnlr, like children. ly always this Is u woman. Then we The chair weighs 1,'JOO pounds. It was get what Is called n "perfect beauty." presented to the city, and Is an object Kxchnoce. of considerable attraction to strangers. All "Dolled Up." Nan gazed with adoring eyes on her uncle vhen he appeared ready to go to a formal dance. After glTlng hint the "once over" the braid on his 1 The undersigned hereby give warning to all persons not to trespass upon our lands for any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all offenders to fui lest extent of t law. Hunters and. Fishermen especially take notice. Kd & N II Trice 11. C. Arnold. Mrs. K. U Kraieo It. U. Arnold. C. M. Moberly. POSTED J. It. L. Klkin C. Itlgsby, John Tatum. S. C. Iligsby. Julia l'nrks A. L. (Jibbs. W. S. Ferguson, Mrs. Kinma Iligginbotham. James M. White and wife. We will add other numes for 25 cents T. It. Slavin. It. I,. lUrker. H. M. Uar. Sirus Daily. J. D. Naylor. Mrs. J. Wade Walker cash. UTILIZE WASTES Not Advisable to Make Hog Meat Out of Raw Materials. Grain May Be Saved for Direct Use as Food for Man and for Topping Off Beef Dairy Byproduct! Are Valuable. Hitch on Wagon and Post. i Deposit Now You'would not think of canning Beans In February, Because mere are no Deans 10 can (Prepared by th United States Department of Agriculture.) It Is o good plan to Insist that so possible hog meat fchall be profar as duced mainly with food wustes us tho raw materials. Gruln may thus be, saved for direct use as food for man und for feeding or topping off beef cattlo which canuot bo raised on waste. Wastes on farms und In the towns from make good hog feed ; canneries, bakeries, fisheries, packing plants and tho like cun be utilized as bog feed and to better economic ad- vautagu thou in any other way. Dulry wastes are particularly vuluublu us ting feed and promote rapid growth with a good money return for every WHEATLESS RATION FOR HEN gallon fed. Tho farm orchard furnishes largo Hat Been Found to Be Satisfactory quantities of wlndfallen or detective , for Production of fruit, which Is relished by hogs, ami Is divert. Is beneficial If fed In small quautltles frequently, and not all at onoi feed. A wheatless ration for egg producGarden wastes, tops of vegetables, tion has been fonnd to comparo favorculls of ull sorts, even weeds aro ably with rations containing wheat. readily eaten, and such as may not bo In tho wheatless ration the scratch cuten will bo worked over, going Into mixture was two pounds of cracked the bedding end adding to tho manure. corn and one pound of oats, while the Kitchen wastes are an excellent dry pounds of corn was source of food for hogs, but should be mealntash ono three of beef scrap. pound kept at a minimum, because practical- About and equal parts of the scratch mixly all food prepared for man's use ' ture and the dry mash were fed. should be eaten by hint. j I Eggs-Formula axle. Pass the other end over the fork In the stick and hook around the huso of the post. Tho only precaution Is to see that the forked stick or plank Is not set too slanting or It will slip out Instead of lifting the post. Drive ahead and out comes tho post. There Is no backing up or turning around nor any tools to move. As fast as tho posts aro pulled they are thrown Into tho wagon. If many posts aro to be pulled It will save time to wire tho chain to tho crotch of the prop so that the team will drag it from one location to the next. You can only Save Money when you have Money to save. START A BANK ACCOUNT TODAY, NOT TOMORROW Lock the door before the burglar comes, not after. Make hay while the sun shines, not when it rains. 9 BANK YOUR One-Fourth MONEY NOW. We offer you our services to help you to save. Million Dollars. Total Assets PeoplesKentucky. Bank. Lick, Paint The Central Record, Thursday, Dec 20. 1917. PLOWING SCORE CARD Following In the score card suggested by the Iowa State college for the awarding of polnta In n plowing control: Line of furrow, IS point". Each fnrrow etralght from end C. C. PATRICK, Manager. COMMISSIONER'S J. F.WALTON, Sales Manoger. ' SALE OF LAND WAR TALKS By UNCLE DAN Number Five Jimmie and a German Boy Clash-M- ust Do Three Things to Save Country. Bark slightly rolled nnd all trash covered. Furrows with uniform top line, IS polnta. Furrows without hrrnka or deprrsslona. Top of may be slightly ridged. furrow 115 polnta. Tratli covered, Trash not TlHlblc In line of furrow. to end. Hack fnrrow, 10 polnta. Wagons Unloaded Promptly. Special Attention to Grading Big Bui ley WAREHOUSE Good, bles Horses. Clean StaFor Your GAUUAUD CmCUIT COURT. Mollle Carrier, et al, Plaintiffs VS. Glass Carrier, et al, Defendants, Pursuant to a iudement rendered a OPENING DAY, DECEMBER 3, SAW - BIG BURLEY" OF FIRST OVER THE TOP WITH AN AVERAGE Width of furrow. 18 polnta. Uniform aa compared with one another. Depth of furrows, 10 polnta. Uniform and within the limits specified for the context. End uniform. 10 polnta. Plows In and out at culde furrow. Total, 00 polnta, which la perfect when no dead furrow la fin-- I iihrd. Dead 10 furrow finished, polnta. $32.33 PER HUNDRED FOR 43,640 POUNDS "BIG BURLEY" Is the largest and best equipped loose leaf warehouse In the world. Light unexcelled, plenty of good clean stalls, not In a basement, and housing capacity lor 250 wagons. Mr C. C. Patrick. Manager, and "Uncle Joe" Walton, Sales that ynu get top prices. Manager, will tee to it I 1 TO PREVENT NOXIOUS PESTS Cltmaon Colltga Bullttln Otvaa Plan .for Dtstroylng wim seeds In Barnyard Manure. (Cltmaon We do not speculate nor do we permit our employers to do to S. Night and Day Service PHONE 1815. Best Service and Courteous Attention to all. Barnyard manure may become badly on account tnfeated with weed of hny which contain various klnda of seed twin it fed to lite stock. Too often the land la tnfeated with noi Imn weeds from this aonrrr. Thla danger may be overcome, uya the acrlcultural extension division of (lemaon college, by keeping mnnuro In pllea 0 to 10 feet high from four to six Ttie heat nnd fermentation ueeks. produced In aurh pllea hai been found to kill practically all the weed seed 1th the exception of n few on the aur face of the pile. These can also ! dratroyed by putting the aurface ma nure under the bottom of a new pile. Ily thla method the farmer may safely tp the manure from llrrry atablea or uch other place. Coll.o Ilull.tln.) J. ASHBR00K. Secretary. R. W. CRENSHAW. Auctioneer. NOTICE TAX PATERS All Taxes not paid by January 1st, will be advertised for sale. This applies to all. RUST WEARS OUT MACHINERY Coat of Farm Implement, Can Be Ra ducad by Making Every Tool Latt Much Longer. The price of farm machinery has been adranclng for aome time. The coat can be reduced by making every machine laat longer. A large proportion of farm machinery wear out too coon becauae It la not given, proper rare and attention. More machinery la worn away t very year by ruat and weather than by aervlce. The life of any machine may be lengthened by protection from weether, good luhrlca Hon, and prompt attention to repairs. Farm machinery frequently la left standing in the Bald throughout the winter. Housing not only protect, the Implementa from nut but leavea them In good condition for us the following season. BUYING G. T. BALLARD. JR. SHERIFF spring branch, corner to same: thence down and with Said branch N 41 W 10.16 poles to the beginning, containing IV acres. To which ia added the cliff land hor dering along the foregoing described tract oi lana running from the corner of the spring branch and down the same to Dix River and up said river to ll. M. unoinson s corner and thence with his line to the top of the cliff, supposed to contain about 40 acres. Being the same land conveyed to Mollie Carrier, et al, by Eluha Bow ling and wife, bv deed dated April 4. 1899. and recorded in Garrard Countv Clerk's office in Deed Book 15. page 425. The purpose of said sale herein is to reinvest the proceeds arising from the sale in otner real estate. TERMS. The sale will be made on a credit of six months and the purchaser will be required to execute bond with approv ed security lor tne purchase price, said bond bearing six per cent interest from date until paid, having the force and ellect or a judgment upon which may issue, payable to W. H. Brown. Master Commissioner of the Garrard Circuit Court, and a lien will be reserved upon the property sold to secure the payment of same. W. II. BROWN. M. C. G. C. C. G. B. Swioebroad, Att'y for Plaintiffs, N 541 W 32 polea, N 30 W 8 polea N 63 W 28 polea, N 45 W 8 poles N 58 W 32 polea, S 71 J W 28.2 poles to a atake two poles S 44J E from two marked elders, said stake a corner in line to R, M. Robinson: thence his line S 441 I 205.3 Doles to a stake near and south eaat of an old gate, corner to said Robinson: thence S 47 E 1461 polea to County road the middle of the leading to Fishers Ford, corner to aaid Robinson, the two foregoing lines running with a partnership fence: thence with the middle of said road N 441 E 16 feet thence leaving the road and running hack parallel with Robinson's line N 47 W 87 poles to a atake near the east gate post at a gate, aaid stake is 16 'feet from Robinson's line and is corner to Nathan Noe; thence with his line N 441 E 44.90 poles to a stake, corner to same N 481 W 70 polea to a atake, corner to same, N 3GJ W 24.60 poles to the end of a stone fence, corner to same: N 421 W 15 poles with the stone fence to the middle of the ana witn we top ana the meanders ol the cliff ot Dix River, up the aame N 77t W 3.40 poles; thence N 9 W 10 polea signed Commissioner will sell at public auction before the Court House Door in Lancaster, Kentucky, at 11 o clock a. m., on MONDAY, DECEMBER S!4. 1917, it being the first day of the Garrard County Court Term, the real estate mentioned in the pleadings and dea cnbed aa follows: Located and being in Garrard County Ky, on the watera of Dix River and described aa follows; Beginning at a point in the spring branch, known aa the Bright Spring branch, a corner to Nathan Noe s part of the whole tract bought from I. M. Dunn; thence along the November Term. 1917. the under many other atrocious crimes she has committed In this war. Thnnk God. our American education reaches both tho head nnd the heart. It is an education with a soul, and we must maintain the high Ideals we havo fixed. In a word. In Germany, the people nre taught that they exist for the government, while here the government exists to serve the people." "Just wait a minute." Interrupted Blllle. Sny that over again slowly, so. I enn write It down." Uncle Dan, smilingly, compiled. Blllle exclaimed : "Now, we will banc that nut out for Carl to crack. Carl, you know," continued Blllle. "has a very smart father who keeps him posted on the German arguments. Carl said our government was only It was a wnrm evening, so Uncle Dnn went out to n lawn sent under the spreading branches of tho great tree that suggested the fnrm's name of Oak Hill. Illllle nnd Jlmmle lind been laying for him, so Uncle Dnn wns captured by thu boys on short order. "Say, Uncle Dan," Illllle began. "We had n red-ho- t argument at school yesterday with Cnrl Newman. Carl sold that German schools were miles ahead of our schools and that no one could come np to the educated German. Well. Jlmmle got hot under the collar and hnnded It bnck to him good and plenty. Jlmmle said If their education taught; them to torpedo Lusltanlns, sink hospital ships, murder hundreds of women and children, moke slaves of the Belgians, poison welts, destroy fruit trees and commit all sorts of crimes, then we did not want that kind ot education here. What do yon think abont It, Uncle Dan? I told Jlmmlo yon spent a lot of timo In Europe nnd knew all about schools, so give ns your opinion." "Well." replied Uncle Dan, deliberately, "the German school nre very thorough : they furnish exceedingly vnl-nannd practical Instruction. The Industrial training given there Is prob ably the best to be found. The schools ns a whole, however. In my opinion, appeal to the head only, and never to the heart. The aim and trend Is to make the Individual blindly submls-- i slve to the Prussian plan of world do minion; they teach that It Is the destiny of Germany to rule the world, and that to the glory and ndvnnce of Ger many, In this plan, nil things must give way: that the kaiser as head of the state, enn do no wrong If ho carries forward the plan of world control Some of tho greatest teachers and prenchers even defend nnd Justify her heartless crushing of Belgians nnd tha EWES FOR BREEDING Not Profitable In tuning of Ploak to Purchase Old Animate Adopt Culling Sytttm. no cautious In buying the breeding ewes. It doea not pay In the starting of a flock to buy old ewea. If there Is an advantage to be had In getting till there la In animal breeding aervlce, surely It la Important In the atarttng of the flock. It la also Important to tulopt n system of culling out each year. Tho same may be applied In the produce of the flock. It la usual to produce aome females that ore not up to the standard of the flock. Kvrry flock should be bought, bred und culled In tlew of establishing uniformity In i i an experiment anyway; that It would not laat twenty years, and that It; might burst up any old time. Jlmmle asked him tf Oermany was so mighty good, why they Aid not go back there to live." "Oar government will go oo forever, wont TOBACCO TO THE I M I I I 8 8 r i Lancaster Tobacco i 8 Warehouse MGRS. Splendid Flock of Ewes. -' quality und appeuruuee. Thero la something In perxoual uppouraiice, even umoug animals, that Is fascinating Ini tho eye of thu breeder and admirer. CROPS DESTROYED BY SMUT of Formaldehyda STANFORD STREET. I I I I I I I I ernment I. still in the experimental stage; In fact. It Is the greatest ex pertinent ever undertaken, and It pop. ular government Is to be successful, a, few things must be done, otherwise, to. paraphrase the great Lincoln, the gov ernment of the people, by the peoplej nnd for the people, will perish. It Is my firm conviction." said Uncle Dan. In a very Impressive manner, "that It our country Is to go on, as we hope and pray, we must very quickly do things, and I will name1 ID nt least three them In the order of Importance as It appears to me: "First, adopt compulsory universal military training of all young men physically fit before they reach tho age of twenty years. "Next, require that every foreigner who comes hero to live must, within a reasonable time, say a year, declare his Intention of becoming im American citizen and take the necessary steps to do so, thereby, from that moment, all tho obligations of citizenship of our country, and that means he must defend our ting upon equal terms with our native born, und If ho Is not willing to do this, ho thould bo sent back from whence he came." It, Uncle DanT" "Now," said Uncle Dan. "you are raising a big question, and one that has troubled me (or year. Our gov- That's tho stuff," exclaimed Blllle. "And, finally, enact such legislation Popns will make voting compulsory. ular government Is based upon tho tho rule ot participation of all and the majority, and democracy cannot continue und be successful unless we live up to tho spirit of thu Institution. "The first step, however. Is the pass ing of the Chamberlain bill for universal military training. It you will get the leading citizen, and especially the, editor ot your paper, to write personal letters to your congressman and both senators, urging their support, It will Few Canta' Worth and Little Labor Will Save Much Wheat and Rye. It la estimated that S per cent of the wheut crop and 1 per ceut of tha rye crop I. destroyed by amut about 27,500,000 bushels loss a year on the average. When 'a fen cents' worth ot formaldehyde and little labor will aave a man his abort ,of thla loss, It la bard to aee how b can afford not to go to the trouble rather than Ipsa 85 bushels of hit wheat out ot trtrj. 1.000. prob-lubl- y C. A. SPEITH COMPANY. We Pay the Highest Market Price and Unload the Same Day. No Commission Charged. Phorie 308. BRANCH HOUSE AT HORELAND AND PAINT LICK, KY. J and enthusiastic support. They will with the Universal Military Training league to accomplish this Important piece ot legislation, which will do more than anything els to make u real nation with a common view point, bring us back to sane living, and tatch tu the patrtottSBi ot service." , work I help enormously. "I boo by tho morning papers," Bald, Uncle Dan, "that the Notary clubs of the entire country, the llvest, roost e81- -l clent organization to be found, baveJ unanimously decided to get back ofi the Chamberlain bill and give It loyal The Central Record, Thursday, Dec 20 !917. GRAND OPENING CHRISTMAS Come and See This Opening GOODS LARGE LINE OF A Larger and More Complete Line Than we Have Ever Shown. ALL KINDS OF TOYS Cut Glass Silver Ware, Table Ware, China Ware, Nickle Plated Ware of One Hundred Designs. Remember We Have the Presents You Want for Mother, Father, Sister, Brother and Sweetheart. HASELDEN BROTHERS Lancaster, Kentucky. Sure h The man vh. ting before tin- ' - mrrjnc. :ipty purse can vhoru nird v i HiIs m" mi itil'nr who . Let "All"!) Som"nno M'l' Birthday. likes to forget her olrth-da- This Is an Age of Young Men but she makes an awful fus If But They Are Still Young her hurt nnd falls to rcmembir It. If on Sunny Side of Seventy Woman's A woman L AMAZINGLY I I Hens lav A . Jacob SchuIzCompany Incorporated, "If pleases everjli over his f. plate standin;: up." . , ' . Omaha Bee. Gasoline t't-.s- y Now. We can rerociJ-ethe time when re will li.' a r!:i?s n man used to have to run back to il he will not be' the house to borrow car fare from his e as S'H?el. wife no'v and then. Nowadays he touches her for gasoline money. Ivory Pl!!.vi! eattj. The tiiU of the ' w ?leptunt have Finds Montter Tooth. been found he.'' ri'ij wl to the making A man living near Saugus, Cat., disof billiard balls. Vii" tttrk of the female Is not m curved us that of the covered the tooth of n gigantic creamale, and the Cae ;u rv passage Is not ture that roamed through the marshes eo clearly bcoh. of southern California several thousand years ago. The tooth weighed about 25 pounds. Weeping tejc' inj. Weep with :h. ,.mt weep, and for them also that weep n6t for themselves. Itejolce with them that rejoice, nnd likewise rejoice for them 'that rejoice not for themselves when ' there is much to make them rejoice. Importance of Labor. were not for labor, man neither could eat so much, nor relish so pleas-.antlnor sleep so soundly, nor be so healthful, nor so useful, nor so strong, nor so patient, nor so noble, nor so If It .1 Expansion of Concrete. Concrete roads expand most In winter nnd contract most In summer, according to the Cnitcd States bureau of standards, because of Increases or decreases In the moisture they Photphorus Light. To make a night light with phopho-rus- , piece b piece of phosphorus about the size of u pea In a long glass bottle. Kill tho bottle about full of olive, oil, heated to the boiling point, and cork tightly. When light Is needed, take out the cork and allow the ulr, to enter then recork the bottle. Tho empty space In the bottle will become luminous. When the light becomes dim, uncork the bottle for a few one-thir- d seconds. Raises Alligators. There Is money In raising nlllgators. One man near lxis Angeles Is said to have grown rich from the enterprise, it Is a lucrative and practically field for the man who has 'iiifflclent business Initiative combined with physical courage to enter. tho matter Is well worth looking Into by the man who has decided that he would like to raise something and has concluded that chickens are the only possibility, Exchange. Any-v-u- at sixty or seventy can have a brilliant future still ahead. That our forefathers had no such conception of relative yonthfulness ran n easily he shown, says Thomas F. In Leslie's Weekly. The Constitution provided that no one should W eligible for election to the senate nt the an earlier age than thirty-five- , reasons advanced being that such n restriction was necessary In order to keep the senate made up of grave ani reverend seigniors elder statesmen, Home Companionship. who would not be blown about with If the boy Is not a companion to hln every veering wind of political docfather It Is generally because the faToday there Is not n senator ther was not a eompaulon to the boy trine. Is who Jut barely beyond the ngo when the boy was a little fellow. Comlimit, nnd the grent majority do not Is something which mus: panionship come Into senatorial honors short of grow through the years, especially for fifty nnd two people who live under the same Alexander Hamilton was n sedate roof and share the same fortunes. secretary of tho treasury at thirty-two- . Tho younger Pitt became prime minister, first lord of tho treasury, and chancellor of the exchequer of "THE WORLD DO MOVE" Washington at twenty-four- . Something like'a gigantic Ice cream spoke of retirement from active life rest nnd leisure for freezer has been built at the Utah Ag- to Ills ricultural college, large enough to sur- forty-si-remaining years when still but round fruit trees, to experiment In recent times we hnvo had no with frost effects under nctuul orpresidents young In years by tho forchard conditions. unless Itooscvelt bo Ilecause Insects collect nt the upper mer standards,exception In connection end of screen doors nn Inventor has classed as nn brought out one In two sections per- with his first term of service. Even mitting children to enter through tho the popular novelists have sensed tho change, now making their successful lov.'cr section without admitting Inbusiness men of forty or therenbouts sects to n bouse. tourists can attractive to tho heart of the female So that nutomohllo an ago of carry additional baggago an Kngllsh-ma- n reader. This Is admittedly men, as has been claimed, but has Invented n trailer to be at- young young nnywhero on tho tached to the rear corners of a car they are still seventy, and many of the sunny side of and be supported by a slnglo wheel. passed the three Violet light Is being used by French most elllclent have scientists to test precious stones, es- score mark. pecially rubles, os It distinguishes tho more valuable Imrmeso gems from Siamese ones of less worth. For sending messages from airplanes or balloons to tho ground a Frcnchmau has Invented u mlssllo to contain paper, which, on striking the HIGHEST PRICES PAID ground, Ignites a colored Are to slg-nIts whereabouts. lUmltUx. M.IUJ mm Day Ship maul U R.wlf mi A simple but accurate method for measuring the surface of a human No CommtJiioB to Pay being has been Invented by a French Writ (or Pric. Lbt aad scientist. SkippUs T.i. It success greets a memorial camSabel & Sons paign now being waged, a J250.000 memorial to the late John l St. John, governor of Kansas and prohibition LOUISVILLE. KY. leader, will be erected at Olathe, Kan. fifty-fivKng-lan- d d t. al A generation ago It was customary to talk of those who had reached forty as of mature age. A man of those years Is now considered young, and nl rjj, c.Uua. .... Marr 'iIImm On. hn4 n1..i t4cll(i lions of mtslirto nf At drvff Uta aw BrPm RNIIJIJ and ! Ihrm Ujr. Curt rjs (rwdmiiii'iiriakiawfttr tuaVkM DOURDON rOULTRY REMEDY Fine Cut Flowers For Phones 330-F-o- All Occasions. Prompt Attention I r 83. All Orders Receive SOLI) IJY R. E. McUOIlERTS f " 11-1- I"iM,itrr bcinci tovk tm on itsisr co., ui!(iu, if ri4. Wm. F. Miller, Agt. Lancaster. BUY FURNITURE AS A GIFT It matters not what the selection may be it is more appreciated than the useless novelty gifts that are soon worn out and forgotten. Our display this season Is wonderfully large of some very aristocratic Dining Room and Bed Room Suits as well as our line of Odd Dressers, Beds, Davenports and other pieces of well designed Furniture. This well arranged Why not give a $25. Cabinet Only , Specially priced during the holidays at KITCHEN one. CABINET $18.50 Sapp-Slat- on Perhaps your wife would appreciate Our store is well represented with some of the most Attractive patterns we have ever shown. While the prices made mny seem chain, the workmanship of the cabinets has been well taken care or In every respect. Ill Furniture L. B. Co. Danville's Largest Furniture and Rug Store. Danville, Kentucky. SAPP, Manager. E The Central Record, Thursday, Dec 20, 1917. SELL YOUR TOBACCO WITH I TELEPHONE 97. MADISON TOBACCO INCORPORATED FHSE CO. ! 3rd Street, L. & A. Depot, Richmond, Kentucky. S LOOSE LEAF TOBACCO MARKET -- THE PIONEER: "LARGEST FLOOR SPACE i I i Reynolds & Co., Liggett & Meyers, J. P. Taylor CBi Co., W. L. Petty, A. L. Zeiglerjfc 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. We have buyers from American Tobacco Co., R. J. i Our house will be open for the receipt of Tobacco on Monday, December 3rd. First sale to be had Wednesday, December 5, 1917. Daily sales from this date. SPLENDID LIGHT A , ! FREE STALLS FIRE INSURANCE W. C. BENNETT. SECRETARYTREAS. SQUARE DEAL TO ALL. T. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. ! E. C. MILLION, PRESIDENT. J. CURTIS, A GOOD FRIEND. REACHING OUT FOR MORE BUSINESS. recently The Ckntiiai. ItKCoRl) h contracted lor new Model 14 Linotype which we Iiohj to have enstalled by the The machine last of January. is the very latest model, with three magazines and auxiliary and U aid to be the very bct machine the Mergenthaler Linotype Company build. The Increasing patjonage which hai come to this office, during the past year has necessitated the purchase of this handsome machine and when enstalled we will be prepared to take care of, in n more efficient way, the advertise- luanitl. increas- n mi. IIIVIIkB n "W .nidimiir. ing our news department very mater ially. d ular girls of the "younger set". The bride wore a very becoming tailored suit of blue silvertone cloth and immediately after the ceremony the happy couple drove to Danville where they took the train for a several days stay in the South. The groom is a son of Mr. Thomas IUnkin of Hubble, and one of Garrard's moat popular and prosperous ycung farmers. On their return they will go to housekeeping at the handsome home of Mr. Itankin. Their many friends join in wishing them a long and happy life. Mrs. Nannie J. Dikes died Saturday night. Dec. ISth, after an illness of several months duration, at the home of her niece, Mrs. Henry W. McAfee. Mrs. Dykes hsd been in a very critical s condition for several and her death was not unexpected. Mrs Dykes was born and reared in Clark County where she spent her entire life until moving here about 12 years ago. She was SO years of age and a most devout Christian woman. She was a member of the Ilapiist church, having become a member in early life, but she was ever ready and willing to do what she could to help in a religious way any cne with whom she euro In contact. Always tuking a very active part in the church she has made many friends here by whom she will be greatly missed and her death has cast quite u gloom over the community. Mrs. Dykes is surwe-k- . A good friend stands by you when in need. Lancaster people tell how Doan's Kidney fills have stood the test. Mr. Zanone endorsed Doan's nearly five years ago and again confirms the story. Could you ask for more convincing Man's Means and Wants. Is not the nmpleness of a man's means that ninkcs Mm Independent so raucti as the smallness of bis wants. It NOW IS THE IDEAL TIME TO VISIT testimony? The Offender. He who commits Injustice Is ever more wretched than he who suffers It. Plato. MiYANTSVILLE Miss Mary EH'ii Farley is here for a several weeks stay. Miss ltessie Culilwetl will spend the Xmas holiduys at her lionio in tandon, Miss Francis Shearer leaves shortly for Indiana where sho bus accepted u splendid position. Mr. J. I). Wakefield of Shelbyville. who was here for about two weeks. writing Life Insurance, has returned to his home. Be Charitable. Don't grumble If your paper Is not always flush up to the high standard C. lull'.) of your Ideal. Charitably remember On November IT, 1910, Mr. Zsnone that the editor Is capable of getting For particulars, call upon local agent of this railroad. said: "I gladly confirm all I said in my up quite as good a pnper as you could yourself. New Wuterford Magnet. former endorsement of Doan's Kidney Tills. J have very little trouble with my kidneys now, but when I do, I can depend on Doan's Kidney Tills: they TO always relievo me." X)c. at all dealers. Co., Mfgrs., IluHalo, N. V. IN GARRARD' COUNTY AND ELSEWHERE GREETINGS; p when stooped, I could hardly straighten. I used Doan's Kidney Pills and they completely relieved me of all the trouble." (Statement given February W. M. Zanone, Crab Orchard St., Interested In Buaology. Lancaster, says; "My kidneys were One day while Dobble was at the irregular in action and the kidney seand his mother was serving oyscretions contained sediment. I hsd tableto ters his father he said : "What kind pains through my back and sides and bugs do you call them, mamma)" of 1 FLORIDA Or The Get away from the cold and enjoy life in the land of Sunshine and Flowers. Low round-trifares and excellent service via f 1 Culf Coast Resorts Louisville & Nashville R. R. ALL PATRIOTIC AMERICANS Fostcr-Milbur- n Dally Thought True cuurnce Is like n kite; n trary wind inlces It higher. J. Women conPetit-Sen- ! COMMIT THIS TO MEMORY. NURSE SAVES 2 LANCASTER A very good crowd attended the sale of Mr. Chas. Coulter, Saturday, not withstanding tlu inclement weather. PEOPLE FROM OPERATION. Mr. Coulter Everything sold well. having sold his farm here expects to "I had two patients that the doctors leave soon to make his humo in Ohio. seemed unable to reach with their me Miss Cecil Howling and Mr. David and in both cases advised the Itankin, Jr. surprised their many friends knife. A friend who had tried Muyr's Wednesday when it becamo known thut Wonderful Kemedy for Stomach trouble they had married at 3:30 o'clock Wed- proposed that I recommend it to my nesday afternoon at the home of the patients, which I did. lloth are now bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. A. entirely well. I am very glad that I Howling. Only the members of the was able to recommend it. family were present ami the ceremony It is a simple harmless preparation was performed by the Key. Vanderpool that removes the catarrhal mucous from of Hubble. The bride Is the eldest the intestinal tract, and allays the In- daughter of Mr. and Mrs, G. A. Uowl-in- g tlamation which causes practically all and Is an unusually bright and pop- stomach, liver and intestinal ailments, ular girl. She I' " graduate of K. C. including appendicitis. One dose will W. of Danville and since her debut has convince or money refunded. II. E. McRoberts, Druggist, been one of the most admired and pop vived by two cousins, Mrs. McAfee and Miss Jane Howling, of M. I'. C. will spend the holidays with Mrs. Cecil llcaty of this county, and a her parents, Mr. and .Mrs. (!. A. How- large number of relatives in Clark Co. The burial was in the Winchester cemling. etery Monday. The relatives have the Thu roads here for the past week sympathy of the entire community in have been almost impossible and there their bereavement. has been very little doing, either to cially or in a business way on account of the extreme cold weather. Homer McKee once wrote a prayer, and among other things he said; "Teach me that sixty minutes make one hour, sixteen ounces one pound, and one hundred cents cne dollar. "Help me to live so that I can lie down at night with a clear conscience, without a gun under my pillow, and by the faces of those to whom I have brought pain. "Grant, I beseech Thee, that I may earn my meal ticket on the square, and in doing thereof that I may not stick the gall' where it does not belong. "Deafen me to the jingle of tainted money and the rustle of unholy skirts. "Wind me to the faults of the other fellow, but reveal to me mine own. "Guide me so that each night when I look across the dinner table at my wife who has been a blessing to me, I will have nothing to conceal. "Keep me young enough to laugh with my children and to lose myself in their play. "And then, when comes the smell ot flowers, and the tread of soft steps, and the crushing of the hearse's wheel's in tho gravel out In front of my place, make tho ceremony short and the epitaph simple; 'Here lies a Man'." Hero Is a message to suffering women, from Mrs. W. T. Trice, of Public, Ky.; "I suffered with painful...", sho writes. "I got down with a weakness In my back nrl limbs... I felt helpless and discouraged... I lir.il nliout given up hop',3 of ever a friend insisted being well mln. when I Take The Woman's Tonic I began Cardul. in thort whllo I sav,' a markod difference).. . I ere Etronser right along, and 11 cured mo. I am stouter than I havo been la years." "If you suffer, you can appreciate what It means to be strong and well. Thousands of women give Cardul tbo credit for their good nealth. It should help you. Try CarduL At all druggists. E-- rather than festivities. Garrard County's apportionment in this drive is 2000 new members at $1.00 per member. Every member of your family, from the youngest to the oldest should be a member. No liner thing could be done than to join for each member of jour family. I now appeal to every person who reads this, to immediately, send me the names o' 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 1918. Let me again say that this appeal is direct to EVERY TRUE, PATRIOTIC AMERICAN. MAN. WOMAN. BOY and GIRL to whose notice this comes. If we stand united there will come victory: if divided, how can we expect other than defeat? , Fill in the blank below with the names of every person in your household, indicating with a crosi whether they are new or renewed members, and send your check for a dollar for each name to me today. On receipt of same 1 will send you red cross buttons and service flag to go into your window. Names New Renewed TostOIIice Address The American Red Crois War Council has called for TEN MILLION new members to be secured by a drive, beginning Monday, Dec. 17th. and ending Monday night, Dec. 24th. The recruiting slogan Is to be "Make this a Ked 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, Don't delay this important matter, but DO IT NOW. II. V. BASTIN. Lancaster, Kr. Chairman Ked Cross Membership Drive. The Central Record, Thursday. Dec 20, 9 7. 1 1 Xmas Suggestions of Useful and Practical Gifts for Men Young Men and Boys We can make this a wiser Christinas 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 are 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 Logan & Anderson Bros. TO RED CROSS IN GARRARD COUNTY La ncastcr, Kentucky. The Central Record incorporated, $1.00 a year. ssoed Weekly. WORKERS ROY ROBERTS DIES AT IIATT1ESBURG A sad messago was received at the young. The returns home of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Roberts Since the death of her uncle, she has R.L. ELKIN. Local Editor and Mgr. of the third days drive are now all in, at Manse, last Tuesday night that their lived with her cousins in this county, and the casulties to the enemy are son, Roy Roberts, had died at Camp Mrs. Hcnrv McAfee. Mrs. Cecil Benty Sntrred tt tho I'ot omo In Uuc.iter, Kj., heavv indeed. Up to date 184G have Shelby, Hattiesburg Miss., after a and Mr. Will Smith, all of whom were ti BecondCUM M.ll Matter. He had devoted to her and cared fcr her tenbeen captured, yesterdays quota being short illness of pneumonia. Member Kentucky Press Association 224 and todays 326. volunteered only a few months ago to derly in her Ust illness. and Office I'hone 18. Up to the present time we have com- give his services to his country, and Residence Phone 33. The remains were taken to WinchesEighth District Publishers League. pleted about of our'quota, but was expecting to leave shortly for ter last Monday morning, where inter naturally it will take yet greater efforts France, when he was called to a better ment took place after short and simple home above. His body was brought to services at the grave, bv the local to smash the Hindenburg line. Lancaster, Ky., December 20, 1917 r The reports from our Captains up to Manse for burial. He leaves a father, of the Baptist church at that place. and one brother, besides a date are as fellows: Rates For Political Announcements Captains Martha Tinder and W. H. host of relatives and friends to mourn PAINT LICK his luss. For Precinct and Citv Offices ...$ 5.00 Rogers, Lancaster sector, 639. Captains Jennette Eldridge and Anna 10.00 or County Offices Mr. G. M. Treodway spent Monday tor State and District Offices.... 1G.00 Belle Burnside have done nobly Bt WILLIAMS. in Nicholnsville, 10 Paint Lick, reporting 172. Calls, per line r'or Mr. Henry Williams, aged 06 years. Captains Mrs Jesse Gulley and Vir10 Mrs. Carlos Hedrick and baby, of For Cards, per line . ginia Bourne, under adverse circum- and for thirty years a prominent citi Lexington are the guests of Mr. and r t For all publications in the interouy st saving stamps and stances, raided the trenches and zen in the Buena Vista section of the Mrs. Guy Rice. est of individuals or expresHELP TO STOP THE WAK county, died at his home last Tuesday brought in SO captives. sion of individual views, per Miss Ethel Estridge was in Richmond The Bryantsville sectot of the line night after an illness of over six 10 line Monday evening for the reading Call and ask about them. It Is your Duty. 05 has been greatly hindered by drifted months, brought on by a complication Obituaries, per line His death removes one of "Daddy Long Legs." snow, and in todays raid, their first at- of disaases. farmers in tempt, captured 20. the foremost and well Miss Mary May Walker, of Mt. Car- - j The most brilliant gains made by our that part of the county and his passing mel. III. and Edwin Walker, of M. M. FACING FAMINE. allies have been at the following points away will be the cause of much regret I., arrive this week to spend the Christby hii neighbors and triends who have mas holidays at home. iu the line: Askins & Moberly at OF LANCASTER. KY. Pitiful Stories 01 Suffering Serbia From gassed 30 of tho enemy, while known him so well during his stay in Mr. John L. Coldiron had the misB. F. HUDSON. President. J. J. WALKER. Vice I'rest. Emory McWhorter, at Point Lcavell the countv and knew him to be an upRed Cross Worker. fortune to lose his home and its con- ! W. O. I'.lGNEr. Aas't Cash'r Jot: J. Walkkr. Jr.. Hook. Keeper. added 61 to our rolls by means of tanks. right, honest, christian gentlemen. by fire on Monday morning. The ' tents W. F. CHAMP. Lashlrr. He is survived beside his wife, by five R. H. Led ford of Paint Lick, by means There : The following is a portion of a letter of Sharpnel, wounded 43 and G. C. Cox sons and two daughters most of whom origin of the fire is unknown. ON ROLL OF HONOR. being no insurance the loss was a heavy from Mr. Lisle Harrison, of Lebanon, at Manse, used machine guns with tell are living in the county. His sons be- nne. W. Edwards. b cousin of Mr. George ing Roy, Allie, Henry Jr. Louis and ing effect, accounting for 30. He is serving as an ambulance driver Misses Stella McWhorter. of AshTomorrow it is expected that a tre William, the latter being now at Ind for the American Red Cross in Serbia. mendous "Barrage" fire will be con ianapolis, while Louis is now stationed land, I.ula McWhorter. of Donora, I'n., He gives a touching account of the Cleone McWhorter. of M. F. I., and enemy, followed by a at Camp Shelby, Miss. His two daughcentrateu on scarcity of fowl in that country, and Big Drive led the by the tanks. See that ters are Mrs. Spiller Lane, of this Mr. and Mrs. Laban Kirk and children, Lack of the suffering of the people. county and Mrs. Morgan Welch, of of Paintsville, will arrive this week to you are a leader in the charge. space forbids the printing of the entire be the guests of their parents Mr. and Jessamine station. Forward March, letter, but he says In part; Ho was u member of the Christian Mrs. E. C. McWhorter for the holidays It. V. Bastin. Chm. "I wish I could tell you some of the church and the burial services will be The remains of Roy L. Roberts, who many instances of terrible hunger that conducted by Rev. John W. Hughes, of are continually coming under my at- TAKE A SHOT AT THE KAI- Burgin. next Friday at Mt. Olivet, died December the eleventh of pneumonia, at Camp Shelby, Miss., reached tention. All around, every way you where the interment will take place. here Friday and after funeral services turn, it is hunger. Up at M. there is a SER. JOIN THE RED CROSS at Mt. Tabor, conducted by bis pastor. soldier batracks and around the place Rev. C. S. Ellis, on Saturday mornOWENS. ut meal time you can always tee scores The campaign for 2,600 new members ing the body was laid to rest in Paint of women and children, old men and for the Garrard County Red Cross Mr. Thomas Owens, one of the best Lick cemetery. youths, trying to get a bite to eat. Chapter, started off under most favor The deceased was the son of Mr. and Our duties frequently take us there able auspices last rriday, when u ban known and most influential citizens in and when we go these poor people quet was given by tho members to the county, died nt his home near Mrs. Andrew Roberts and was one of gather around us and beg. They are about seventy five citizens of the town Prcachersville last Monday afternoon, the first young men in the countv to willing to work and many of them wash and county, including both men and after a chronic illness of many years enlist. His greatest desire was to be of Asthma, although the immediate in Franco by Christmas and the sympathe soldiers' mess kits for what they women. cause of his untimely end was cerebral thy of the entire community goes out can get out of them. A littlei Turkish Owing to the extreme bad weather to his stricken family in the loss tif boy comes over and gets ours. He only u few guests were hemorrhage. He was a consistent and devout mem- this brave young soldier who did "his takes them home to his mother and sis- present, but the quantity was made up ter who collect all these fragments and in quality, tor u mure enthusiastic ber of the Baptist church having united bit" ho nobly. them in some way. In this way, meeting was never held under such with this denomination in his early childhood. by soliciting the dishes of ueveral sol- iavorable auspices. He is survived by his wife and one diers, this manly little Turk, who is Mr. H. Clay Kauffman, was the only 7 years old, manages to make a chairman and toattmaster and made u son, J. A. Owens, who weru at his bedside when the end came. Services living for his whole family." hit with every introduction of the sevwero conducted at the homo last WedAnother incident Mr. Harrison re- eral speakers that followed. Those lates is that of a 17 year old Sorbian addressing the meeting were, Itev. H. nesday morning, by Rev. Buird and J. boy who asked meekly to be allowed to S. Hudson, president of the Chapter, W. Mahan, after which his remains polish his boots. He learned the boy G. B. Swinebroad, Mrs. George Robin- were interred in the Lancaster His friends, neighbors and acwas the oldest of five children and the son, Miss Helen Gill, II. F. Hudson, J, bread winner since his father wus taken E. Robinson and II. V. Bustin, and quaintances, with whom lie has come into the army. Asked what he wanted private Grover Huffman, who is at in contact during the many years he in pay, the boy said "Anything you home for a few days furlough, being has lived in this county, will learn with can give me. Something to eat if you now stationed at Cump Shelby, Miss. dep regret of the passing uwuy of this At can." On being presented with two He spoke in giowing terms of tho work splendid citizen and christian gentleman. tomatoes, a wedge of stale bread and that is being done for the soldiers at GO centime (about twelve cents) all Camp Shelby and suid he felt sure that DYKES. Mr. Harrison had, he seemed least glad all the boys from this county would apMrs. Nannie Bush Dykes, aged K) to get the money because one can preciate heartily the efforts of tho Red Bcarcely buy a bit of food without an Cross, which was proving a great aid years, died at the home of Mr. and Mis. order from the urmy quartermaster. to tho boys both at homo and abroad. Henry McAfee, near Marcellus. last night afttr un illness of over Food control is very strict us everyMr. Ilastin who is the chairman of Saturday thing is being shaped up for the long tho Membership Drive, announced his two years, of cancer. Sho was a splen winter. At another time while he and committees and a definite program was did woman who will be greatly missed u companion were eating stale bread outlined, committees being named for from the community where (he has and goat's milk, a piec of mildewed every magisterial district in the county. lived for the past twelve years, having Clurk county where bread was broken oir and thrown away. There seems to be no doubt that the moved hero from An aged man picked It up un i ato it new 2,600 members will be raised, if she was born and raised. At un early greedily without embarassment. All the interest and enthusiasm is main- age sho united with the Baptiih church Will sell It at Reduced Prices for the Holidays. the men old enough are in the urmy, tained throughout the county as it has and has been u devoted and consecrated & and those too young to light must work. started off in this citv. A large sign christian since her early youth, and Gome in and see for yourself. I'll appreciate your business. The writer says if America could see has been erected in front of the Head leaves behind her a record of many these starving children she would strain quarters, showing each evening just good and charitable deeds. Many years ago she was married to every energy to defeat barbarism and the number that has been raised and E. Dykes who passed away Prussianism. Hurrodsburg Herald. is yet lacking to reach the deiir- - Mr. J, what about sixteen years ago. Sho is sured goal. Flour in sucks or barrels. It is guarvived by two brothers, one James W. Jft LaAPilAolLK, ttfcNIUUKY. anteed to please you or money back, See W. J, Romans for a Thormhill or Bush, of El Paso Texas, and Lem Bush Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. Old Hickory wagon. of Gainesville, Texas. J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. She wits a niece of Mr. Zsck Elkin. who died in this countv about three years ago and with whom she lived for many years, prior to her marriage. her mother died when she was quite W. 0. RIGIIEY. Director and Wednesday, Midnight Funeral Embalmer. Kentucky. one-ha- lf pas-to- Lancaster, step-moth- J Here ' Is Something n war You Con Do to-d- o We Citizens National Bank 8 ' L I I aA Full Line and Variety" gf Great CHRISTMAS GOODS At - MeRobertsDruaSfiore e I have the most complete line of 7 cem-ter- 8 in Town for Christmas. of My Stock Cliinaware is Ready for Inspection, JJ The Central Record, Thursday, Dec 20, 1917. LAST WEEK BEFORE XMAS Select Your Gifts Now We arc showing lots of nice practical things cspeciully adopted for Dont Wait for the Grand Rush. MAKE HER HAPPY By Holiday Gifts ranging in price from 50c up. Do not wait until all these gifts are picked over see them now. purchasing her a nice Coat, Suit or Dress for Xmas. We are offering exceptional values. Wc wish tn extend to nil our best wishes for n Merry Christinas and n Hnppy New Yenr, nnd to tlintik nil for their appreciated patronage and friendship nnd earnestly solicit a continuance of same. The WHY PAY Joseph Mercantile Company. THE PLACE TO GET A SQUARE DEAL. of Lexington, last Sunday. Miss Florn Adkinson gave a dinner last Sunday in honor of her sister and , Grover Huffman, who is a home for a few days furlough. from Huttiesburg, Miss. The follow ing relatives nnd friends were present; Dr. Chas. was with tho Zimmcr, s home-folkbrother-in-law- THE ONE PRICE STORE. $75. OR $80. FOR A RANGE'' M when wc will sell you equally as good for $40. or $50. Keating Stoves as good as Moorcs for $30. and $35. Small Heaters $5.00, $6.00 and $7.00. UinUell Gossip About Ooin-- J . Iiy Those Wt Art !ntcruftd IfU R three inch Wagon $70. Corn Shelters Cheap. J. DC R. MOUNT & CO. The Deal House. DC 3Z DC ' Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hrnaddus. and Mrs. Wiley I'rewitt, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Huffman, Mrs. Hetty Logan, GARRARD'S QUOTA Miss Kliz.ibcth Pillion, of Stanford, Mr. and Mrs. Sim Wheeler, Mr. and io the guest cf Mrs. N. Miller. $237,880 For War Stamps. Mrs. Floy Hardin, Mr. nnd Mrs. Karl Mr. and Mm. Krazier Hurt, of Crab Ixmg. The amount which Kentucky counties Orchard, were in the city las' Satur t must raise for Thrift Stamps ami War ' .lay. year 1918 Mr Henry Harlow will stiend the week-en- d with Mr Jim ltourne in Lex the work until it is right, nnd accord- -' ing to regulations. Some chapters have have had the humiliation of having nil their articles returned but this chapter has received many compliments on their work an I it is because Missi Gill never allows anything to go off that does not come up to the require- -' Mr. ments as set out by those in authority. CUT THIS OUT IT IS WORTH MONEY DON'T MISS THIS. Cut out this lip, enclose it with Sc and mail to Foley & Co.,2843 Sheffield Ave., Chicago, III., writing your came and address clearly. You will receive In return a trial package containing Foley's Honey and Tar Compound, for bronchial and fa grippe coughs, colds and croup; Foley Kidney Pills, for lame back, weak kidneys, rheumatism, bladder troublei;and Foley CatharticTab-let- t, a wholesome and thoroughly cleani-in- g cathartic for constipation, bihousneii. headache and sluggish bowctt. You will also receive, free o! charge, Foley's Family Almanac, containing "Alphabet for Children" end "Health Hints"; Foley's Booklet on "Kidney Diseases" and a few cimpla suggestions for those having tidney nnd bladder troubles. You can secure all these for only Sc For sule by all dealer. I WALLER HUDSON SICK. Saving Stamps during the RED BLOOD AMERICANISM ington, Messrs Hobert llrnwn and Joe Archer of Villa (!rove, III., ale visiting their homefolks. Mr. (Snhriel Walters returned Wed nesday night from a business trip in Cincinnati. Mr. Owen S. Hemlren, who is stu dent nt Lincoln Memorial University Tennessee, is nt home for the holidays. Mr. Irvine Start's and Miss Irene Aldridge. of llerea College are visit ing their parents during tin-- holiday. Miss Stella Sanders has returned to her home here after a delightful visit in Imisville with her sister, Mrs. J. J. Pursloy. Mrs. Kobert Todd, will visit relatives IS COMING TO THE FRONT Itight now this Country in culling fur men 'or stout hearts and sound Ixidies, It needs them to keep Old (ilorv triumphant and unsullied m tlio air. The exigency now confronting us emphasiiea, as nothing else could do, the iinorturce uf good health, both as an individual . ami iiatimial unset. It gives point to tin- - suggestion, often emanating fniin this office, that evetybedy should guard their health us h priceless When you tlnd yuursell running down nnd not exactly keyed up tn the fighting pitch, as is the case with everybody at times. You ought to come to Nature's relief anil take n course of COM-CEL-SA- R A telegram to his father, Mr. H. Hudson, last Monday morning from physician in charge, announced critical illness of Waller Hudson Raldy, New Mexico, where he is present stationed as superintendent a gold mine near that place. The message stated that he was stricken with pntumonia last Wednesday and that everything possible was being done for him. A message is received every morning as to his condition, and the one this morning is more encouraging, saying he is showing signs of improvement. Mr. Fred Frisbie left for his bedside last Monday evening and reached there Wednesday night. His condition is watched with keen interest here at home where he is so well known and popularly liked, has been fixed by the National War ' F. Savings Committee and transmitted tn the j State Director, James H. Hrown. of the jLouistillc, for the committee. The at minumum sales apportionment has been at figured upon n busls of $20. per capital in and plans are being made for an or- ganization throughout the state. The campuign will begin about the first of the year. Kentucky's apportionment is fixed at $48,000,000 and the campaign slogan will be "Fifty Millions in 1018". RtlOM Garrard county has not perfected her organization, but her quota has been fixed at $237,SS0. YOU'LL FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN Sale On account of having to move to the store room adjoining jjuarnntctd to satisfy yon, or money hark If you'll do that, von will not experience, tlio dicomfituru of being sent back hom-- j for Isck of red blod when you answer the call of the colors. selU ut One Dollar tor threee boxes, legally guaranteed for ftho stniinch, liver, kidney's, howls, bladder, blood nnd indigestion and headaches, rheumatism and nervousness. SCIENCE SOI'i: is best for HUMAN SKIN, only 10c a bar, 3 bars 2.'c. Try our COWIIOY LINIMENT, for all Tains, bruises, burns, etc STic nnd Mc bottles. during the Christmas holidays, returning at the opening of school in Junuary. Messrs Harry W. Uniney. Win. Kin- naird and I'M win Walker of M. M. 1., Millersburg, are at homo for the Christmas holidays. in Chicago M. under was in the city lluv. this week from North Middletown, to complete, arrangements for moving his family to their new home. LAWRENCE-RA- Y. W. If you want n Thornhill wagon, J. ltomaiis and get prices. see STORMES DRUG STORE, Lancaster, Ky. Remedy Co. ItZZ IEZJ Dakoto 3729-3- Jnck-White-Mo- on West llroadway. LOUISVILLE. KY. l LZ3' 3 1 Miss Georgia Dunn will come Saturday from the College of the llihle, Lex ingtor, to spend the holidays with homefolks at lluena Vista. Mrs. Ceorge llallew. of Terrill, was with relatives here last week, coming especially to see her brother, Mr. Alex Francis, who is here from Mississippi' The marriage of Mr. Hoyston Itay to Miss Jennie Lawrence took place in Danville laat Tuesday afternoon, in the presence of only a few friends, the ceremony being pertormed by Dr. E. M, Green, of that city. This marriage is tne result of a happy courtship of many months, yet wus a surprise to" their immediate friendi, for few knew of their intention of marrying so soon. Miss Lawrence is the beautiful and very charming djughter of Mrs, Nannie Lawrence, who lives on tho Stan ford road near White Oak. She is exceedingly popular and will make the deserving young man h helpmeet in every thing that the word implies. Mr. Itny is the oldest son of Mr. ami Mrs. John Kay and is one of Garrard coun llallards Obelisk, the Hour of quality. Hudson, Hughes & Farnau, sole agents for Garrard County. Lost On December 1st, a saddle tween Camp Nelson and Lancaster. Iteward if brought to this office, be- FOR KENT: House with six rooms. Desire to rent tame until April 15th, 191 It. L. Elkin. Call on Currey's store, I will sell my entire stock for cost until January 1st. Wanted Fifty Hrown Leghorn hens. your-lin- g M, II Dudley, Lancaster Lost Pointer bird dog. White with blacks specks und light brown ears. Information will be appreciated. S. 11 Kates. RELLA ARNOLD ties progressive young farmers. Their I I COii WANTED! I About December 1st, Mr. J. C. Warmoth of ICokomo, lnd., friends together with the Kecord exis expected this week, to join his wifu tend congratulations and best wishes. and children here for u visit thru the holidays, with Mr. J. A. Scott and RED CROSS. family. For Sale Fifteen lock pullets. $1.00 each. Mrs. n llarred I'lione 17-- Hryantsville Exchange. J. W. Muhan, Marksbury. Ky, I We will be in the market for your Corn. Misses Edna llerkele, Mamie Stormes Diinn and Florence Johnson, all of iwhom are attending school ut Lexing-- 1 ton, will spend the holidays with rel- ntiws at home. I We are prepared to pay the Highest Market Price. Sec us before you sell. Walker, Lee i Hicks. The Ited Cross Chapter this week sent to Cleveland another shipment of knitted articles making in all 113 sweaters. 121 pairs of sox, und TS wristlets. These articles are shipped Miss Elizabeth Heat, of Paint l.ick. to headquarters us fust us they are passed through Lancaster, last Monday turned into this ch.ipter und they ure from there ut once distributed to the from Danville, where she has been the gUi&tofMr. Hugh Turkingtou, for boys in tho trenches. It is hoped that soon every boy in the several days, service of Uncle Sam will bo supplied M.'ss I.idn Itainey and Margaret Cook with these warm woolen gurments and who aro attending K. C. V., at Dan- the women in the homes thus engaged ville, are at home with their parents, with their needles nre rendering it paMr. and Mrs. J. T. Itainey and Mr. and triotic service for their country. There! Mrs. W. It. Cook. is n bit for everyone to do. Find it ami sir. Kobinson Cook, who is now at- do it with all your might. tending the agricultural school at A lines I The chuirman of the lied Cross ChapIowa, will return home this week to ter desires to stute that on Friday, spend thu holidays with his parents, Junuary 1th, the rooms recently dedi t cated to this purpose, tho Odd Fellows Mr. and Mrs. W. It. Cook. Rooms, will be open for an ull duys It is pleasant to his friends to know work und everyone is invited to come, for the past month in his class of bring your lunch, und help in the tewthat 202 members at the Nuval Academy, ing that will occupy the day. Annapolis, I.ucian (Jrant stood tirst in She ulso denies tu stute that all who Mathematics and second In Navigation. are engaged in knitting sox will please, Miss Joan Mount returned from an observe the regulations as set out for Let extensive visit to Lagrange and Howl- the knitting of these articles. ing Green lust Tuesday, Shu was ac- there be 11 inches from tip of too to companied home by her sister, Mrs. tip of heel, und It inches from top of Thomas Wilson, of Howling Green, ox to ihts bottorr. Some have not who will remain until after the this rule and that entails endless work on the chairman who has to alter FOR SALE PRIVATELY. Having changed my residence to Danville, 1 desire to sell my new resi Jent property on Lexington avenue, possession to be given January 1st, '18. J. NOTICE. E. Nevms. Fly oiiiliig HEATING, GUTI meeting of the stock holders of the Lancaster Huilding und Ioun Association, for thu election of directors and otlicets for the ensueing year will be held in the ollices of the Garrard Hank and Trust Co, Wednesday January 2nd, 1918. D. A. Thonius, Secty. A TERING, ROOFING, ROOF RE- ' ? . 11 c PAIRING, Ventilating and all kinds of Tin Work. Your business will La '.IV WiW-fs- I C appreciated. 3fMtHICAN RED CROSS 0 P.B. WILLIAMS The Central Record, Thursday, Dec 20, 1917. Mutually Profitable BANKING. This Bank has been built up on the principle of comRESOURCES pensation or Through Eleven Years since its inception, it has maintained this principle in its dealings with the public and the conduct of its own affairs. It has stood in the same relation to its patrons as a guardian to his ward Read this, our last statement and agree with us that our success and that of our customers has been mutual. Then celebrate the New Year by opening an account with us. You will make us Happy and we will make you Prosperous. co-operati- on. Loans and Disconnts Due from Banks r Banking House and Lot Fuunlture and Fixtures Liberty Bond Account Cash on Hand General Expense $258,475.40 55,056.67 8,000.00 3,000.00 35,000.00 20,802.90 1,955.40 $382,290.37 LIABILITIES Capital Stock Surplus DEPOSITS Undivided Profits .... $ 50,000.00 11,000.00 4,681.76 . $316.608.61 $382,290.37 Garrard Bank & Trust Co. LANCASTER, economize in the use of fuel. CONSERVE YOUR PORK AND The Board of Supervisors, composed of Messrs E. T. Pence, W A. Carson RAISE MORE PIGS. Rev. Joseph Hopper of Jackson It and W. S. Embry finished their work here for the holidays. The assessments of 112 last week. We who live inland, have been exCol. E. I'. Woods is able to be nut persons were raised from $1000 to $5000, again after a long lllnejs. At the meeting of stockholders of tremely s'ow to get a full understanding of the gravity of the situation Lieut. H. C. Carpenter left last week ! directors of the Lincoln Countv Fair association Saturday afternoon, it was which this dreadful war has placed us for Camp Funston, Kansas. decided to pay each stockholder his ap- in. To many of us the war has thus Mrs. Jhn Bright has been quite ill portionment according to what was in far amounted to little more than news1 for several days with pneumonia. Secretary Wa'ton de- paper stories of battles in foreign counthe treasury. tries, bat to put it mildly, the situation Mrs. Alfred Pence is able to be out serves much praise for the manner in which he carried on the financial busi- is grave and it behooves us to aid our after an illness of several weeks. armies in every possible way to end the ness of the fair. Mrs. YV. 1. Kincaid has been visiting war as quickly as possible. Our armies Miss Mattie Hell Kincaid at Midway. The home of H. M. Newland on Lan- are now threatened with a shortage of caster street, caught fire Wednesday pork which would seriously handicap Miss Ellen Scott has returned after a , the their effectiveness. visit to Covington relatives and friend. morning and if it had not been forNew-land good work done by Mr. and Mrs. It is imperative that we do to the Mrs. J. I). Perkiiu is visiting rela the house would have ben de- limit of our ability, everything thai tives and friends at Frankfort and Lpx stroyed. It caught from a shawl which our country sks of us. If wo are callington. was hanging too close to the Ci.ul oil ed to fight, we will be patriots and will Mrs. Randolph Harris and Miss Har stove that had been just lighted. The respond: If we are called to feed our ris ot Lancaster have been here recent-- , kitchen was greatly damaged. soldiers and our allies, we will be i ly witii friends. Mrs Elizabeth Fair Hocker passed equally patiiotic. Miss Mary Elizabeth McKinney, who! away at her home on Lancaster street Just now our country is asking farm' is teaching at Cave Springs Ga, is at at noon Wedneadavafter ashortillress. ers to increase the supply of pork as 'hoi.te for Christmas. She was the, widow of Dr. S. G. Hock- that is one of the main necessities of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Cooper of I. itch-Jlil- d er, who for ears was a prominent our armies and those of our allies. We III., will be the guests of his par--ent- s, ilrJgglst of this city. Deceased is sur- face an alurming shortage of pork, and William Hocker of fats. Last year our exports of pork t vived by one son. G. B. Cooper and wife. und u grandson, Duncan Bag-b- y were three times us great as normal. (!) Williams ' this city, .Mr. arid Mrs. Ben Edward of Covington. "Funeral services This large exiwrt was made without ot Nicholasville, are guests of her were conducted at her late residence l being based upon anv great increase in Mrs. Susan 11. Yeager. mother. Friday morning followed by interment production, hence our supply is very Miss Jean l'axton. who is attending in the McKinr.ey cemetery. Mrs. Hoc- low. The gist of the whole mutter is tbis; Martha Washington Seminary, Wash- ker was a devout member f iha Bap ington, D. C. is at home for tha holidays tist church and was a good woman in Every ArncrKun farmer is urged to To, do more pijjs next spring ? - ou.au V.X...m W.l., hu, ..(urn.. every way and will be greatly missed in raise uuuj ii- -. wiM.ii-i lane this he must breed every sow and Kilt (i! u.. . ... ... i.... ..f..:. ... uci-' the neighborhood in which she lived. iu eu Home alter an exienueu that is by any means tit. Considering sister, Mrs. G. C. Anderson at Mt. the grave situation it is almost treaSterling. sonable tntatten und sell sows and gilts Miss Nellie Wilson Hill, ot the Col-leg- e We that might raise 'itters of pigs. of Music, Cincinnati, will spend are asked to save all such and to breed with her parents, Mr. 11 they the holidays here them as quickly as possible. and Mrs. T. J. Hill. Sr. cannot be bred to farrow in March or CI April, they should still be lireu uny Clarence Cooper, who has been in time in January us that will insure pigs Utchtield III., for seveial mogths is at llrrt quick tlilf H from achrl and ticforo June first, which is fairly good. home with his parents, County Clerk palm of Khruma-tUo- i. Kruralgia, is not an unreasonable request This G. B. Cooper and wife. fipuln, and MfAlDt. us good prices huve been assured by No Mfd to rub- - It Miss Margaret Hopper, who teaches 25c, nttlatci. the Government. SOC.. l.00 tXWtlM. in Stonewall Jackson College, Abingdon If we will all do our best, we can Va., is at home with her mother, Mrs. bring the war to an end in Europe but Kittle Hopper for the holidays. if we fail, the fighting may soon be on The pastors of this city have agreed American soil. to hold union services on Sunday nights Let us all do our patriotic duty. and in this way KENTUCKY. STANFORD I BUILD NOW! 0 "Duying lumber nt this time is tlx best investment you ever There are several very good reasons mnuY. 1 I I ! 1 i til T Tnusual conditions make it possible to jjet twice ns much lumber ns you did in 1911 for the same amount of fnrtn produce. in lumber and the placing of new buildings on vour will increase its value out of all proportion to the lum- Investment ! I i bers cost. the world's greatest building material Lumber than any other material used for building.has advanced much without Double value canisbe had than eversacrificing quality and the of today better liefore. I I I I I N othing is more important than conservation at this time, and all grain, stock and implements must lie properly sheltered. Af may O pportunitywar,such ns you have NOW iiigiier. never come again. ter tne lumber prices may nc w I ! 1 S e are diving you this information in the right spirit with a de sire to see yon buy when you can get more for your farm produce. I Stop I I 1 A. H. BASTIN & SON, LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. I BUILD NOW, I 1 I during the winter JOIN THE 1918 RED CROSS The Central Record. Thursday, Dec 20, 1917. The 1 Closed its second weeks sale Friday with the Highest Average in the State, keeping up its record of last season when it maae the highest average of all houses in the state. II A. It, DENNY, THE HOME HOUSE expects to maintain this record during this'season and will send each and ever one of their customers away smiling and pleased, with their pockets bulging with money received for their crop and ready to come back where they are treated just like they were at Home, which the name of the house signifies. Home Tobacco W'house INCORPORATED. RICHMOND, KY. "SOMEWHERE IN FRANCE" By EMMA COWAN BARBER. Draw A Check FOR THE POULTRY THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. mm ) for the money you civ c and note how much more res- pectfully your creditors re- - llnrd you. They like to do businuss with n man who has an They know he i doing business in open such an account even It your will grow all right account at & the Garrard Bank a Hal r a Trust Co. business like way. Better arc not large. Thev The Garrard Bank & Trust Compan,j, Don't Buy a Wagon Until You Have Seen the Columbus Strongly Iicforo you tlccIJo on any wagon, examine tho Colunihus. built of tho heat (wssible material tho Columbus wagon gives the most satisfactory service for tho longest x'riod of years. There is no secret in tho notedly long lifo of tho Columbus wagon. It Is tho result of tho methods employed in construction. There is no wood In this wagon which lias not been under shelter from one to two years. Tho axles and tho sK)kes of tho wheels aro hickory; the hounds, bolsters and satidboards aro oak, and the bottom of tho box is straight grained (lawless pine. Theso are just a few examples of the carb which is taken to make this wagon as reliablo as possible. The result is that tho Columbus wagon is unbeatable in reliability and endurance. Couio in ami examine it furyours'lf. Wo know you will bo pleased. air-dri- Becker & Ballard. Phone 27. Bryantsvllle, Ky. "Somewhere In France" la all that aha may know GROWER Of where her husband walta to meet the roe; Torn from hi. home, when life waa past Its noon. Planning the Poultry House. To lead hla troop, beneath an alien moon. Hut Ihl. ah knows, through days or anz Tho height of the poultry house Is Inua carp. governed by Its width, or, rather, Its Wherever he roar be, her flajr Is there; Thruuah ilays or hope, throueh days of length us u whole. dreadful chance. From four to six feet should he Her loyal heart la there, "somewhere la ample for the rear Hide' of u practical Frunce." poultry house. "Somewhere In Prance" her lover walta Hut the front of the house must bp the cull of Mitllclcnt height for admitting light To hurl hlmilf amid the battle's pall; t.one from her side, when all their rosy to the rear of the house. dreams Houses 12 feet wide should have Had led through peaceful fields, by laugh windows tint t are at least six feet Ins stream. She would not call him back, for this she high to the top, and wider houses In knows. proportion. m i Wherever he may co "Old Olory" (toes. At leust one-thir- d of the front of a Though thus may end for her life's dear I poultry house should ho open, without romance, Her loyal heart la there, "somewhere In tlnss, and provided with a muslin cur' France." tain for closing the opening In ex"Homewhero In France," her baby lips re- tremely had weather. peat; In planning the poultry house proShe lifts Inquiring eyes, so gravely sweet. u scratching shed, when tho Torn from her arms, her father marched vide house Ik limited In size, for feeding the away. And molher'a face crow, paler, day by grain food and for exercising tha day. fou Is. She may not know that where their loved . For the front use muslin In Inone walks, Hy nlKht and day, a frightful spectre' clement weather, which gives sultlclent slants; light and ventilation. That now, their pictured faces lie, perWhen poultry houses are built ai chance. Against a silent heart, ''somewhere In stationary fixtures they should have France." substantial foundations, with concrete "Somewhere In France," her brother, on Honrs, either plain or covered with lloorlng. the Held, Frrsents his splendid body aa her shield;' Colony houses of the portable typo Wilting to die, or live ti hopelesa wreck, . If so, he hc'pa to hold tho roe In check. I have only wooden Uoors, which ure covered with litter. Through busy days she feels the seasons drug; Itoofs for iwultry houses ure genertier thoughts are with her brother, and ally shingles or rooting paper, as may the nag: be preferred, and no pains should be With heart aflame, defiance In her glance, She longs to light with him "somewhere spared In making n perfectly tight In France." roof. The walls of the poultry houso nro "Somewhere In France" her son is at his post. another of tho Important features that Impatient to confront the hostile host; Torn from her arms where yesterday, It should not bo overlooked. Strong, tight and rigid walls aro seems, He lay, an Infant, smiling In his dreams. necessary for tho wooden poultry And now, from smoke wreaths, dark house, unci tlicro should be nn cracks, against the skies. Ills dear race seems to look, with smiling crevices or openings In tho side walls eyes. to ciiue drafts. U he should die, this boon a harsh fate Alleys In tho average poultry houso grants; He'll die with honor bright "somewhere of n few number of pens ure uuueces-- 1 In France." sury and n wasto of space, and n wire "Somewhere In France," a million hearts door In tho partitions of the pens Is to he preferred. ure there, ( A million souls are rapt In silent prayer. Tho fixtures of poultry houses are Frayer for the loved, wherever they may portable, or at least they should be, be. And prayer for those enslaved, they fight so that they may bo eusily kept clean. to free. l'lacii all high enough from the floor Unknown tr us the field where duties of the house so that the space undercall. Hut one there Is, who watches over all; neath muy bo for scrutchlug. guldta our flag, that truth may still Who Tho roosts ara placed at tho reir advance Our Clod Is with them all "somewhere In end of the houso, and all roosts should France." bo nn u level to prevent the birds from crowding. Hnve thd droppings board directly JOHN WHITE & CO. under tho roosts 10 or 12 Inches will LOUISVILLE, KY. be sufficient, and cover tho droppings rtnMat Llbersl board with dry braa or suud. and full valw txiel The nests should bo placed under the droppings board, and they should be portable to facilitate cleaning and arts) HI Capital $50,000. Surplus $30,000. S, President" J. E. STOKMES. Vice I'res't. U DENNY. Cashier. J. It. Harris, J. I. tilLl., Safety Oeposit WE Boxes For Rent. , SOLICIT YOUU BUSINESS. i Alex It. Denny. Samual I). Cochran, J. H. Posey, J. E. Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott. Directors. ssKBBBBBWaniiHBiiHBBiBasjsssaBaaasssassKisiSBMiHM Window SIZES CUT Glass; TO ORDER. AND PUTTY. STORMES DRUG STORE. Relatives and Friends of Soldiers at Camp Zachary Taylor Few occasions aiferd more pleasure to the boys In camp than a visit from the folks back home. Why not plan a visit tor their benefit as well us for your own enjoyment and Interest? Tho direct way the convenient comfortable way to go is via the way - the Southern I). Railway System. MRS AMI For fares and detailed information see nearest Ticket Agent or write II. TODD, Division Passenger Agent. Louisville, Ky. sla attending to, . f-- The Central Record, Thursday, Dec 20, 1917. Learning the Ways Europe Be Good To Yourself At By WARREN MILLER (tCerrlsht, lilt, Wastera Nwppr Ualoa.) When I Wis gi young man, nftor finishing my education, before settllng down to (hp practice of my profession I made a tour In Kurope. Taking ship .for r spies, In ten days I found my .'self In that city, and nftcr visiting the curiosities there took n train for Jtome. I should hare first landed In Kng land, the European country most like America, and made ray way through France southeastward to Italy. In tlilj way I would hare gradually (Were subjected .to In the peninsula, As It was I was very Ignorant of Ithem. While In Rome I hired a cab to take me to see the baths of Caracalla. The driver, I noticed before Htepping Into the rehlcle, was not of the usual type ,of cabman. lie was dressed shabbily, ,ns cabmen ire dressed, but his looks belled his appearance. lie was deferential, but Ills deference was more like that of a gentleman Mlian a cabman. I knew nothing of Itome or Its Whether he was driving me to the baths of Caracalla or not I did not Jknow, but he took me through one of the Kotnan gates and out Into the country. On the way we overtook a 'young woman, dressed In the fantastic icolors worn by the Italian lower clnss-Th- e coachman drove slowly, a few words to her. She looked at mo through the cab window and I noticed that she was (comely. What the cabman said to her I did not know, as he spoke In Italian. lie pulled up and the worn-napproached the cab, saying: "Slenor, would you object to my rid-In- g a short distance with you I am very tired and I have walked all the way from the Piazza Esquillno In the .city." An American Is nothing If not obltg-'Inand throwing open the door I made room for kwr beside me. She was rather a lurge woman, 'though the only unfemlulne thing .ji bout her was her voice. Hut I had noticed that many Italian women have coarse voices. She carried a bouquet of flowtrs which emitted a singular perfume. She held It under my nose that I might enjoy Its fragrance, which was sickening. But to be polite I Inhaled It. I had not taken a whiff before I felt my senses passing away from me. The woman kept holding the flowers under my nose at Intervals, I not having the power to put them away, and at last I was In oblivion. When I came back to consciousness I felt assured at once that I was un uerground. The darkness was re lieved by a couple of candles which were fixed to the walls. Two persons were with me, one being the cabman who had driven me, the other a man whom I recognized as the woman who had held the flowers under my nose. The cabman had spruced up a bit In his appearance, and the man who had personated a woman was well dressed Favor Yourself Rather Than Take a Chance on Some One's Generosity CHEISTMAS TIME Special Showing of Suits and , used to the extortions travelers i Overcrats that all-wo- ol x at $20, 25. and $30. lull-ore- will appeal to thesense of economy of every clothing buyer who needs to purchase for the holidays. Included in this magnificent collecfabrics, in beautiful ilreys. browns. English mixtures and blues. The Overcoats are tion jf good clothes ore Suits of the purest d in the characteristic Gtnves-Cofashion and are shown in the latest models. Buy His Gift Here we specializejn Men's wear of the high quality, to your friends. at His Favorite Store. Our mark in any merchandise is a credit to your judgment and n gratification a ! Gifts for the Men. 50c Cravat in Box Suspenders in Box Arm.Bnnds in Box Garters in Box Bill Fold Wool Hose Silk Handkerchief in Box Cuff Links in Box $1.50 Leather Belt Silk Scarf $2.00 Dress Protector Pleated Shirt Walking Gloves Collar Bag Fur Lined Cap Drinking Cup Umbrella Warm Underwear Woolen Gloves Linen Handkerchiefs Clothes Brush Vest Chain Dozen Collars Knitted Mulllcr Sleeve Links House Slippers .7- Three Collars - 50c Tie Cap Stockings $1.00 Shirt Gloves , jln . regained my senses. "My friend the cabman" snlil nnn nf them, "wunts to make are of his IE pourhols (naming nn extra fee with Which til llllV A ffrlnM i.l.il aamwlvn., IP 'would deny him. So we brought you 13 IP" Imp. ,,n,ll IIt, la t.lt IU1U. uutll I was not so stupid but thnt I knew' i was in the hands of bandits. I asked now much ransom would satis-y- y them. They named 50,000 Urn. or wwui ii',uuu. i told them thnt I had only money tor traveling exnenes. would give them thnt for my liberty I but thjr told me that I must cable to America for the funds required for Smart Sayinos. 'my ransom. I told them I had no I)i nut think Unit you are surras I'tich amount In cash even in America. Miuirt things wlii'ii yu suy tlilug ttait With thh they coolly took the can- make other people swurt. Youth's I, dles nnd left me. Cuiiipuulon. In the catneombs, with their endless tortuous passages but n few feet wide; the burial place of generations who had died more than fifteen centuries ngone; alone; not n ray of light. I was ready to give up a property I possessed four times the value of the ransom and at once began to think Have this effective remedy at hand how I could raise the funds. My It's thankful for croupy children. and relief. Hcatwit to take. Mildly laxative. property was unencumbered wm 'aC.t.l l..mll .l.nnntla money could be easily borrowed on It. The bandits evidently knew the effect leaving roe alone In the catacombs would have on me for they returned In n few minutes. I wrote a cablegram to my agent In America and gave It to my captors. One of tbera went away with It, the other remaining with me. The latter disappeared for a few moments, then returned with a hamper filled with a CmM SicktMM Caatfiaaiit sumptuous lunch and plenty of wine. I Don't permit yourself to become With this I was regaled till the other constipated, si your system immediate, returned with the ransom, when they ly begins to absorb poison from the watts matter. Use Dr. took me to the surface, where they backed-u- p keep well. King's New bad me a polite adieu. I was too There Is no Lift Pill and better safeguard against happy t6 escape being burled altva Ulnesa.Try it tonight, 25c. All druggists to broad over tat Iom of tk money. man's clothe. I was sitting on a cold floor, my . fback resting against a wall. The place were occupied was about 12 by is feet In area, a narrow passageway 'leading from either end. Human 'bones, protruded here and there from the walls, and on one side of the space was a marble coffin. "Where am IT" I asked of the men 'who were looking down on me with evident composure, "Ton are In the catacombs, slgnor." "Why aid you bring me here? told you to drtva me to the baths of Caracalla," I said, only (artlally hnv-In- Underwear Woolen Gloves Suspenders, etc. Gauntlet Gloves Handkerchiefs Umbrella Pajamas Other Gifts aplenty, at more money, of which the quality will make for long remembrance C All Gifts In Christmas Boxes. Our Auto Delivery Service Insures JYou Prompt Delivery. GRAVES. "We Store COX LEXINGTON, & KENTUCKY. COMPANY J Incorporated With The Christmas Service" I I ! Does Not Cin.e In a Hurry. l wl'i""" H'ht ri' lulctly rich or quickly good. roup Nfi)bcoverY for Coughs 6 Colds Dc Tearless. Too Busy to De Kind. To Save Shoe Soles. A mlidler tmeses on the secret that FcnrlrsM niliiiN cllmli sooncit uuto The trouble with the mun who Is If nliiitit mire ii mouth the notes of rrown. Shakes pesire. Jut now ton liiiy to be kind I' that allocs lire trenteil to u coat of linseed when he's iiimle nil the money It It too oil they will uluiiys outwear tin late. Handicapped. When Love Is Blind. I.ote In ery f It'll bllud when a Ti. tie of niililo iui'titae- - and not to mini Is IiiikkIii' it fluid delusion. bo endowed with noble qualities Is Sigh of Relief. rntl.ci; n defamation tlnin u lory. A woman nlwuy heaven u Mgh of Concrete for Qates. relief when her husbund bus writFor Croup Mother-ten out the check for his monthly Concrete us n material for Koto Reopen Norway's Mines. in Anierlenn Irrlirutton The Intii'luctlnii of electrical proc- bills, because slie knows that she Is structiircK Always Keep this Handy esses li:iM Hindi' It prnlltulilo to reopea free to hurry down town nnd run up canals Ik lieKlnnlns to displace wood. Its durulilllly iirercniulnj; the leud iiuil mines In Norway that a few mure. of lileher cost. have been cliiM'l iimri' tlmn 10 years. Cronp of lor Uiou twnnta who aear Is ores wlssly folty's Uoatr and Tr Oompaoad la Vjricitlture. ths asm seady lor taataat sua. II Blue Water and Air. a i. ireMltiK fuct lh.it east What Riles Folks. 1'iiri' water, uccordli'K to Lord Ray. f ti. einiintulim ngrlculture U "Uiiexpectediiedslswliut riles folk," liavo ralseU a lamlly of four chlljr:i. nnd liavo Jtoney and Tar IcIkIi, Is greenish blue, while pure ulr fultlyvi rllnitisl. tukliiK lutn ism fnld I'ncle i:iieiu"A hoss dut kicks all t'ompound ue.I Kolsy's them. 1 nnd with oil of blue, because, according to New. fitfei'Utlii'i the Wit crouij and couch mdlclna It is viiryliiu ureas of the do time Is treated nlf coustniit I nave ever used nnd 1 hava used It for ton's dictum, the molecules of the air Btutex. my Hit-- riilludelph'n Inquirer De mule dut kirks once f ight or ten years, and can recommend uru sulllclcutly lurgo to reltect blue California si i.vs up well becuuse of In a uhlle loses all de credit foil years It for croup." If toward nightfall the little on.a rays. her liiimer.-- i fruit and cruln crnps. cfpullence." prow horo cr croupy, if their breath-In- g tecomea wheeiy and atufTy, glva Jew KiiKliHi'l nppeurs to be luxglug, th.m t'ploy. llon.y and Tar Compound but all New Kiiglund Is less In urea promptly and it wilt ward oft an attack tn fruit. Watir cr croup. Turnpikes. than u ureal nmtiy'iiiillvlduul stutea, t.M . t. - L If TOU MM Most fruits; coutulii, from 73 to 03 and this "etrillu null" produces nboct The toll rouds of other diiyB were ft per cent wuter, uud u bulauce of woody as much as MlKKotirl, which has a called turnpikes, not because they were t&iy. c.,u,h ,h?. 2.en" Wllf aanaiai Onctt. particularly tortuous but because of CUlcklr.Itcut tha thick ehfiklnsT nhUam titer or cellulose, fruit augur und min- larcer nrcn tl.an romblned New tttA ulll erals. Thus the tree use of fruit dully Matsailiiisctts produces more the pules armed with pikes which were MxnA DOArtsfuf tAulsat alaari . wf Wl aj ll4 Insures u greuter supply of water to value per iuie tliuu nuy other turned nsalunt the traveler In cuse ho mru? um la a I stoat the body. resisted payment. It "her . (IIhuiI-ranta- kp ' ii- Eng-Un- STORM KS DRUG STORE. y i The Central Record. Thursday, Dec 20. 1917. am m a rw aw ri k m mm Vnn uninrnn run mcmDcno wiinii EI ATT, Asl Mfir. ALLEN Wnlntit Street Wnrchon.se. 11 JOHN S. VAN WINKLE, JESSE Secretory. W. OVERSTREET, Asst Mfr People's Tobncco Wnrchotif e. American Red Cross Launches Campaign for 15,000,000 Enrollments by Christmas Evo. Home." Rex Garage A. D. IIUADSHAVV, Trop Agent for Exclusive Rl IIP.kT V Di Open Day and Night. "Every American Home a licit Cross Phone 66 Quick nnd Satisfactory Service Three hundred and fort) flvi chapters In (ho Lako Division, American lied Cross, cmbraclnE Ohio, Indiana and Kentucky, Monday, Dec. 1". bcicln Christmas Membership Drive to make this slogan a reality by Christ-malive. These three states have born alfen quota aggregating 1,600,-00members. The objectle for the entire United States is 15,000.000 Differing altogether from recent patriotic campaigns, the Christmas Membership Drive Is a campaign (or people rather than for money, Although the principal Menitnmh.il to be sought are the 11 and tZ classes, the real purpose behind tho drive Is U enroll a huge civilian army to spur the morale of our soldiers by pledging to the cause the hearts and minds of 15,000,000 Americans back home. s Or. Wm. ItewsHsaHslsmism flKSsimmmmmi Office D. Pryor, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. at Kainey s Livery Stable. Lancaster. Kentucky -p. m Chon 25,000 Lbs. Averaged $32.10 Thursday; Other Dajs Show Average About as Good. Now is the Time to Sell E&W will continue auction sates every day, excepting Saturday and holidays from that date on. You can rest assured that Danville will Our and manufacturing plants in tho world. the hiRhest maikct in this section, as we ore the closest market to the largest accomnodaVl-in- s for both man and beast arc as good as the best. The loose leaf floor plan is the best and only way of marketing tobacco to insure the hiK.,t dollar to the grower. These facts have been demonstrated in Virginia. North and South Carolina, where they have been selling tobacco on this n for the past fifty years. Drive your wagon to the Danville market. You will always find some one to attend to your wants, and welcome vmj. During the sale we will do our very best to get you the highest market price fur your tobacco. All the large factory buyers will lie on hand on first day of the sale. We have experienced men in all departments to look after your interests, including two of the finest auctioneers in this r nnj other state. Our charges for selling tobacco will be the same as last year. The fact that everything else (us increased makes no tliTerence here. The warehouses do not buy tobacco except on sale at auction. We do a atricty commission business. Tree stables and no rejection fee. Appreciating your past patronage, we hope you will see your way clear to bring us your tobacco, guaranteeing you the highest market prices, absolutely accurate weights and an oil around square deal. In: 229. OmceHour,)- H. K. Denny and W. A. Wheelei Doctors Of Dental Surgery. Office: William Is Oanson directing the drive In these three state for James Jt. (Inrfleld, former secretary of the Interior and now of the Lake Division. Mr Hoio V giving hla Mrrlces to the Itiil Cross llthout compensation and has Rath- a staff of associate, all prom- (St in commercial and advertising ancThay, too, are gltlng their time out fJ'rlence to the Ited Cross man-Lage- r Hose uf Cleveland Slorniei BnlldingoTer Hurl A A del son's urnltnre Store. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY; TheWayenberg Line of Work Shoes for Men and Boys. Best by test. Everyfrair guaranteed. houJJ ,0 HeuM Canvas, instituted ft nousr canvass will be ry city, town, village nd hamlet. everywhere, joths will be erccti-bouses wilt be nori, "nJ ou",no" . lylng wjumlrons w',, by "nvassers. ' ad Ret Intc the ruraf1 r"TP hwi roa,U ne will h the opp,r!rU- - Kf I nd nr - pUy "to ery posslbledron nf . . lb1 'may be savw' to estabuT c"n b,"0,1 ,.,,,, dw. mocracv." A 6. C. .J. COX, Manse,Ky A. Beazfev '7 MINERAL DIRECTOR Office Over National Hank. Residence t'hone 3. Office Phone 27 LANCASTER, KY, I'n-sen- t the orport'.illv i,. plred porton of their to enroll agv mind,,. ,h.!.. m ... 'InfV ,n,w r' .... CO . . J"tM ..- ' m for ,ho calendar IH PEOPLES Cross service flat;. The ifcf h" b'u r border and a white field. l3vih Is a Red Cross, Indicating that"19 , loifinorr or in nousennni, where tur ; 'flag hangs, belongs to the Itrd Cross, For each additional member In the 5 household a lied Cross sticker will be jlven to b fastened in tho flag" fchlte field. If every member of the lusehold joins, a white star will be uofm. nlshed for pasting upon the flag's itral cross. fth legion of workers required to list this great civilian army will ex ceed any similar force," says Drive Director Hose. "The amount of pub licity of various types used will surpass that of any previous enmpatgn. The purposes of the drive are more comprehensive and than those of the earlier campaigns since, the Inception of the war, "Success means driving home to Germany thn fact that the American people am standing firmly behind the American government in thn present situation. It means Inspiration to our soldiers. It means practical aid on the battlefield. It means uniting the plrlt of Christmas with tho Ited Cross. It means a tremendous drlro toward victory." Cfn-te, .r-r- m'V"0"" a lied TOBACCO - WAREHOUSE Incorporated COifANY H. J. PATRICK, Dentist. Kentucky. jMTDunn, President. Danville, Kentucky. Paint Lick, Hoziaker The CentralRecord for a year will make an Ideal Christmas Gift WINTER FARM STORAGE PITS Fine Cut Flowers. John M. McRoberts. "One of the Famous Five Much Fruit and Vegetables Lost Because of Too High or Too Low Temperature of Cellar, J.E. EDWARDS, M.D Phone 36S-M Dependable, Fast, S&v The country tins had a load of ndvlco about canning and drying food fur winter use. Let us not forget tho facts nbout winter farm Htoritge for Mnny farmers fruit and vegetables. grow good crops of gnrden vegetables, and then lose them because the storago place Is too hot or too cold. Wo want to learn nil wo can nbout pits s and and cellars for holding garden nnd orchnrd food. Here N tho picture of a cabbage pit taken from n dug-out- BUCKEYE, KY. Hardy Flowering Plants ans Bulbs ForFall Planting $2.00 worth of hardy plants and bulbs ror fall $1.00. Write for particulars anil FREE FALL FLOWER BOOK, which tells what to plant, how to plant anil when to plant. SUPPLYING ARMS AND LEGS. gather dally at the various American Red Cross headquarters in Franc?, seeking assistance In artificial arms or legs. The ones supplied by tho lied Cross aro tho most practical to bo obtained. So great has been thn demand for this sort of assistance that tho Hed Cross Is now constructing near Paris an artificial limb factory. Also In the same locality there are being erected plant for the manufacture of splints and of nitrous oilde, tho latter highly Important In surgical operations. FIRST AID TO ROUMANIA. Sawdust was being used to dress wounds In lloumanla when n special Red Cross commission reached that medicines, surgical Instruments, hospital supplies, bed linen, collodion, wax paper aid Iodine were shipped to lloumanla by the American lied Cross. Later suffering became so acute In this unfortunate country thaf tho American Red Cross War Council appropriated 11,518,000 for further relief. ban-djce- French mutlles (wounded soldiers who havo lost either arms or legs) Transportation Today's Need delivery pattengtr or mors and more to relieve the tran$portation preeture an the Nation's railroad and merchants' service. SAMUEL P. COLT "Uf your cor, t, " Just as there exists today the absolute need for more more more train service for the transportation of nmn r.r.cl merchandise, so also there exists, mora than ever Lefcic, the iwed for supremely dependable tires to help the automobile rclisv? the terrific pressure on the railroads of the country. The tire that has stood, and is still standing, the test, that, all over the country, is giving unhcard-o- f rr:!caso and low mileage cost, that is giving service fast, sure, dependable, is tho United States 'Usco' Tread Tire. Put United States 'Usco Tread Tires on your eve. Measure the economy, the dependability make cora-pariso- SINGER, THE FLORIST ROUTE, P. - HARRODSBURG, KY. Method of Storing Cabbage. AW. 13. HIT mM U e 'Nobby 'Chain 'Royal Cord' Usco' 'Plain Suuu, riuiuiui-iiuauo- or vsi lsf. sw M "P. Sr mmw bulletin. The cabbages are , ... i i o ,i iiiuiriuK mem ueau uowi threo in a row and two on ton. mnk Ing u tier of flvo cabbages, the roots extending la tho nlr. Tho pllo may bo as long as necessary. Several Inches of straw or lenves should then No. 10 he put over the cnbhngo aud tho same No. 4 nmouni or enrin mrown on them. may bo kept froren solid without Injury to tho head, provided It Is No. 28 thawed out very gradually. Itural Dimt-Cnh-bog- o Colorado Southern North-boun- Rail Road.. Ky Danville, Cincinnati Express, daily 4:30 a m Spe M w Oar 31 g Alio for Jtcrfor rrfteAf, fitriir .o. 7if, TERM "COLIC" IS VAGUE ONE No. u C Are Good Tires VniuJ Stalti Tubes an J Accessories Halt All the S'fltn; H'erth euj U'tar That Mail I nut J Statu Tirtt Xtprtmt Tteavtfttn, China, unprepared for disaster or civilian relief work. This Is illustrated by tho fact that relief has been furnished In ilxty-fou- r disasters thus far In 1917, exclusive of the help now being given to the sufferers In the Halifax calamity. A notable example was that of the month of October when help and flH.000 was supplied by the American Red Cross to the 400,000 flood geofvl made destitute In the flood at READY FOR ACTION, With all Its war relief work, tho American Red Cross la never caught ALWAY8 rwwu 1i"' ii .' u 1! No. Impossible to Give One Remedy to ppiy to ah Affections Commonly No. 12 Termed "Colic." (Ily If. 8. I.'AKINS. Colorado Acrlcullural Collfse, Fort Collins, Colo.) Tho term "colic" Is a vague ono and Is generally meaningless. In the horso there nro ton common affections of tho Intestines, four of the stomach, threo of tho generative system, four of tho No. 5 cial, daily 0:03 Uluo Grass Special, daily except Sun...6:08 Carolina Special, daily 7:00 Local Express, daily 1:35 Limited, daily 5:20 Royal Palm, daily.. 5:37 South-boun- a.m. a.m. a.m p.m. n m. p.m. Loc a 1 Express, ."-- 7 it w, No. 11 No. 1 No. 13 No. ,3 11:05 a m Royal Palm. daiiv..ll:20 a m. New Orleans Lim ited, daily 11:35 a m daily ' Complete Stock of United States Tires Carried bv Rex Garage tueo. urinary organs, three of tho rectum and seven miscellaneous conditions making a total of 31 common enmll. tlons known as colic, Then are also a number of conditions not frequently met which ore also known as colic. It Is therefore out of the question to suggest a remedy to cover ail of theso conditions, but each casp should be studied, and after a correct diagnosis the proper step la treatment mjr b Carolina I daily Special, 10:15 n m Spe No. 9 Florida Sue. cial. daily cial, dally 11:35 pjav 11:52.A No. 27 For rates, routes and InfonaaiaW call upon or address M. J. Cwsfh)it sent; 'phont 345. Blue Grass Spe. cial, daily except Sunday, arrives- - 8;18 J . yja, The Central Record, Thursday. Dec 20. !M7mV Honesty Gilfcher Hotel Bldg. Danville, Ky. Reliability ED. of .your gift. 1 H KA HN The Christmas Season is now here. We are afjuin prepared to serve you with JEWELRY of QUALITY, the sams as during the past Thirteen YeaVspf Bonest Business Methods. You know the KAHN QUALITY the name always a guarantee. The goods the best that can be made, each piece without a limit as to its wearing qualities. Everyone speaks in highest terms of KAHN and his Guaranteed Jewelry. Every article of Jewelry that we sell from $2. and up is PLACED IN A BEAUTIFUL CASE FREE which adds to the appearance Attention! We are going to Give Free With Every $i. Purchase, from December 2th to 3 st, one Chance on a $50. Liberty Bond 1 1 HcvVCkB Don't forget that KAIito lins been established 13 years in this section, selling only real Jewelry, either Solid Gold, or the finest gimlit'y f Genuine Gold Fills.l. Every piecj of Jewelry leaving this house is guaran teed without limit oj time. It is a pleasure to give Jewelry that comes from nn establishment of this kind, and don't forget tlmt we place each article costing $2.00 or more in a case absolutely free. We also engrave every article in the very finest manner, employing only the highest priced engravers, men that are real artists. This means much to that Xmns Gift, us an utticle finely engraved, will be forever prized. 31 A HIT i 99600 IV 1 Jewelry That is Good, Reliable and Dependable. ED. drer-titer- KAHI, DANVILLE. Open Every Night Until Xmas. SCHOOL NOTES. J 1 Gllcher HotclkBuiIding, Danville, Ky; m .HOLIDAYS School will close Friday The beautiful cathedral of Rhetms I A ill UK S tho mutilafetl beyond repair remains afternoon, the 2!t. for the Christmas OOOOO9O0 goc0 the Mecca of the pious pili;ri"rr" who holidays. Since New Year's Day comes MtfX cjpe bolow till buding-- It lot me eiela visit It for a spiritual rebirth ami here on Tuesday this year, and the school ife Ct ol our UrmeriubpcrltKTf. net it for they pledge thennelves anew to tte is entitled to 'only ,0ne holiday, the! Ibe le ot stock. fttti And ttifli tnlliff oil overthrow of the brute force which Board thinks it wise fo observe Monday i , ttna it ibe lurnwr rnuot sffont to the 31st, instead of Tuesday, the first ' taceiitM otrr tonr hern shows itcelf at its, foulest. iin nottrf) w"l It seem that the Hun invasion has day of January, thus preventing a break ot IhP Ulnjt, and will otlly It! wn ln aimed Its deadliest blows at the sacred in the week's work ho soon ufter Christ- -' uobii, (r.tt 01 r.iis e heart of the world and has attempted mns. ' his plen also gives out of town Sale- - Fre.h milk cow. For to blot out these jvonderful edifices teachers another day at home. Since S. D. Cochran. ever restore, but the school is observing as few holidays that time nor art t possible this year, the Board is givFOK SALE: Some pure lireil Mam- ih'ey forget that jneroory is indestructible mil Rhaims tho A pitiful spectacle ing credit for the Christmas week, as moth tlronzo gobblers 12 C. Mrs. T. L. Yantis. with its shattered waljs and poor mu- most ten months' schools do, tliuj entilated remains speaks in tones more abling the school to close- - earlier than FOR SALE: Four Hcl Uuroc male potent than in its perfect wholeness. last yeai. hogs. Weight 155 pound. BUILDING-Lan-cas- ter Out of its destruction lias rprung a COMFORTABLE J. II; "Thomson, Preachettville spiritual temple, an intangible but very is very fortunate to have a school ' t FOR SALE: "Rivef bittom cultiya. real structure in the heart of the world building equipped with a first class ted hemp seed. This "ed won flr. and in time the silent testimony of heating plant. During this severe winLouvaiu. Ypres, Arras, Lillie, Peronne ter weather the school building has prize at Agriculture Fair Dec. lift. R. I), McMutlry, Duma Viata Ky. and Rhclms will bring moral confuslcn been comfortable, and the coal supply in this mighty contest In its struggle such that it has rot been necessary to Hereford hall between right and wrong. FOR SALE:-Thr- ee close school, as many towns have. For This wonderful cathedral was built the Jast two w'eeks, the attendance calves, weighing from COO to CSO bs. Alfred Owens. between the years of 1212 and 1430 and has been very good too, considering )t was here that the ancient Lings ?of severe weather. FqrSalerA feiy extra good Mam- France were crowned. It was Jiere the THE RED CROSS pufing this week moth, Brprze Turkeys. Phone 10J that Joan of Arc brought the dauphin Mrs. jaVSutlop; Bryantsville, Ky. rd the beautiful equestrian sttu0 that lforlo fc tf ,. , in front of the cathedral of thlsl ... f FOR SALE-O- no walnut bed and stands mains t , , i. ... mattress, and two wulnut burcaui. ,tact tho a big .hell hole II., wi.hin a ,I " Phone 151. Miss Fannie West. . feet phases of the subject are being taught; j I number of pairs of goodj Uo city ofRheims hud a population Tho 0rj);m and ,,urp4m of ,he Rc(J . Now all Cr033 T)tf ,ca I over 100,000 inhabitant-tn nan. tVimt, filtlrk- ,m wnrlr mil n Tjmeor cet the nick. J. I. Hamilton, t h . vanished and destruction and deso. lTheKcd(.ro' m lhe wf. wfi , latlon mark the place of a onco happy shonU Qn t,je ReJ For Sale About three dozen White ' ami nrosnerous neoDle, last topic, every pupil in school will Leghorn' hens. Phon 47--J Urj'antsvilie The cruil wounds here inflicted writo write ii composition, Mrs J, U, Doty, Mnrksbury, Ky. tho doom of Prussian villany. Of these ex. On Tuesday morning at chapel, RuV. thing- there can be no distortion of Hudson discussed in a general way, the facts, lying and subterfuge will avail organization and purnone of the Red nothing. inCtuSs. JH;a Gill spoke in HUNTERS TAKE NOTICE. ' When ye spread forth your haiidi I teresting way Helen work of the an Garof the will hide mine eVCS from you? yea, rard County chapter, and the purpose This Agreement Witnesseth; That Drawn by C. t). llatrhclor ot The Now York ITvenlas Journal. when ve moke your prayers I will not and play of the Junior American Red In order to protect the game on our heal ; your hands are full of hfood." Sotncwherc in France or in a cantonment her dear one is serving for her and for you and me. Mr. Cross. At chapel on Wednesday, limds for a period of three years we She is making a sacrifice ami she's serving, loo. She has enrolled in the Red Cross Christmas JI. V. Uastin. who has charge of the bind ourselves not to hunt thereon, nor Membership Drive and is proud of the service flag that shows it. BOOKKEEPING campaign for Garrutd'a StiOO new memBuilnese.Phonoo.Mshy bers, will dincusK tilt- - purpose of this You Will you, can you, do less than serve with her? ptrmu anyuouy cue to do so, and we V TYPE witl UNO and campaign and urge evry pupil .33 Display the Ked Cross service Hag! to be further agree to prosecute with TELEGRAPHY come it member of the local chapter. all persons who violate the game WltB OR R.SMITH BUSINESS COLLEOE CHRISTMAS PRESENTS -- Instead! of Kentucky or trespass upon our 111 riMWnt nMTrrsi sjjrnrnw m . v t II I .1 II of giving '.audi for tho purpose of hunting. And IKS e ach other and their tpuchens presents AT ANY OF THE FOLLOWING PLACES IN GARRARD COUNTY: wilhch ii. HiTii, i,..r.,,.. 11,.. ii,.. nf agree to act as Depuly Jennette Eldridge and Annu Belle Hurrsido In Command. PAINT LICK DISTIUCT-Captai- ns. holidays, the pupils of the Lancaster GiiWardens for of J. M. Metcalf, R. 11. Ledford. Treadwuy & Logsdon, (J. C. Cox, J. I). Carter, Emory McWhorter, schoohwho care to do so will be given this, ugreonient. Except each J. 11. Sanders. K C Creech, T R. Kuhlman. an opportunity to make u oluntary of,of lislnvv t),r riKht to kill rnbbits on fering to some .benevolent cause, prob- BUCKEYE DISTRICT Captains Mra Jes (Jtilley and Virginia Bourne in Command 'Krns o; fterrn'riVjo Ijb done by' ably the local chapter of the Red Cross. Sunders Bros., Kirby Tenter, Wm. Simpson Si Son, Asking & Moberly, Victor Sanders. Wm. Whit tuker, Davidson & Yetiler. Long & Brown, Roy Sunders. The giving of presents must be done or (he V , uulk't our supervisroi m.othtr outsidtt of fieliool bourn. This relieves Mm J. Hogan ItalNrd and Mrs B. C. Rose in Command. BRYANTSVIL1.E DISTRICT-Cuptal- ns. supervision of some responsibl and the embarassment of those, who are Becker & Ballard. Dickerson & Kennedy, Kaufman Bros., J.W.Sanders, E. C. Howling, Bowl less able to give than others, and at j re lable person selected by us & Bowling, Noah Murxeo. Joe Skinner. j the same time helps to discouiage thu This November 15thf91C. W. H. Rogers and Martha Tinder In Command. ' meaningless exchange of Chrlxtmas LANCASTER DISTRIOT-Captai- ns. t :, L Elkin. J. E. Robinson, ' presents in school. DIVISION-dptui- in Elsie Morrow and Betllu West in Command. W. H. Drown. CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Irtr M. Farru. j SOjIETIES-T- he regu- Alex Walker, LITERARY W 11, Ilurton. J. W. Smith. Mis Rellu Frar.cW. J. It. Mount. W. T. West. T. Curry, Haseldeit Bros Garage. T. A.'Elkin, lar meeting of the Literary Societies GARRARD BANK & TRUST CO., DIVISION-Capta- ms 11 t'Mrn Itroa., Misses Annie Henulon and Kathleen Walters In Communis F. Mi Tinder. was postponed from Friday afternoon J. II. Dalton. Brown & hstes, W. A. Dickerson. The KHngnrlaii. The Puritan, The Pool Room, J. E. Dickerson, Logan Hubble, until Wednesday afternoon, the lUtli. John II. Smith, A. II. Bastin & Sons. p-- M. Deshon, i .1. N, Rojs, . If you want an Old Hickory wagon, THE NATIONAL BANK DIVISION-Captalt- is, Mr W. O. Goodloe and Allle Yantls In Command.. H. II. Cox, Fisher Herring", see W, J. Romans. Davidson & Tomlhison. Logati & Anderson IJros, W, B. Ball, (J. M. Lyons, McRobvtts & Morrow. w. Sweeney, Hughes ilros. J. ' ",! Joseph's, C. S. Sanders C. D. Powell, S. N. Davif, J. L. Davis, W. M. Mahan; V?' Withers Bros. Tankage is the cheapest feed for pigs ' William, Marcuf and Jim White. Misses Martha Tinder and Bettle West In Coinmoml. THE COURT HOUSE DIVISION-Captal- ns, Call for it. Hudson, Hughes & Farnau J.U.Pope, II. F.Wilraot Haselden Bros., J. P. Holliclaw, Conns Hardware Store, Hudson, Hughea Si Farnau, Bailey 1 Mori, Mrs. David Chenault, Freil J. Conn, The, Lancaster, 4? The Rex Garage, Stormes Drug Store, Miss Minnie Brown, Garrard Milling Co.. if LOANS ON FARMS. w. it. wok. ore. Mills, 11. B. Norlhcott. , kfn, Huffman Bros, Unlimited amount of money to loan I appeal to every Man, Woman. Boy nnd Girl in Garrard County to rally for the'flnal.drlve and help to Y'gU Jf Wm. u. Anderson. cn good farmt. Can be paid olf any the top" to victory. The Kaiser and our Allies nro anxiously watching the American People In thi Red Cross Pms. . rid. Jr. W. B. Moss time. No loun fee charged. Ask about If we fall to reach our objective, It wil be hailed as a great German Victory, and will hearten the1 German puplo to , k K Jno. M. White, m: this NEW plan. endure still greater hardships to kchleva victory-- It will likewise depress our allies and possiblylnduce them Vjc'cept Bright Herring. haw, D. A. THOMAS. a peace that will prove disastrous to America. LET US NOT FAIL, Scott Huffman Yours fqr Victory, H. V. BASTIN, Chaiiroiiv LANCASTER, KY. Real Estate. Insurance. lUswIeOnitott. Im rninnrn?p3 CULUlim nni iimit VWC944OO0WO40 900O RHEIHS IN RUINS. . ci 12-- ... w ' .m Tv ..,:, ..., ZZ laW J , ' ' JOIN THE RED CROSS .'' ARMY ' Mules years 'old. Weight to 1200 pounds. ' i - I I i , WANTED I Five to nine 1000 I . ' 1' Jr . W. B. BURTON ,q J