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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): December 27, 1917 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1917 cen1917122701_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 27, 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. 7 TWENTY EIGHTH YEAR THE CENTRAL RECORD. LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON. DECEMBER 27, 191 7. 3G MONEY RAISED $200 was NUMBER 39. FOR POOR. OVER THE TOP." Saturday Night. Our line of stoves Id complete, consisting of Stoves the LU Majestic Range, Cast Ranges, Hot Blast Heaters, Cannon and Great raised for distribuAbout tion among tin poor of the town nntl county and the entire amount was placed In the hands of n Charity Or sanitation, one member being named from each of the four churches in the city. The committee named. G. II. Swinebroad, J. A. Ileazley. Sam Cotton and Mrs. Mattle Duncan. Those knowing of anyone in need should refer them to either of the nbovo named parlies and the mattei will be properly looked nfter. GOOD SUGGESTION. The Red Cross Musi Go Br Laundry Stoves. A complete line of Pipe, Elbows, Dampers.etc We manufacture our pipe and can make any desired shape. Conn TIV Attn IUT ii Brothers. TTI7C VCkfWQ g - . iri rii iiLy 9 8 4 ears Resolution Store. I 61 KMOLJED.- -" pat I will do my trading at Seder's Variety AJw ays a li fresh line of Staple and Fancy (Groceries, Queensware, Notions, Etc. Cheaper Than the Rest-Be- tter Than the Best. Try our lino of Smuttinc Cukes rind Cmckcrs -- None better. r Flour, MEAL AND BRAN We are in the market for your Corn. Lee t ra t -- C l'l' l At midnight, Christmas Eve, the Garrard County lied Cross Campaign ! was short 171 of its apportionment of i COURT DAY NEWS. m A fairlv good crowd attended County 3i'13 members. In order that Gturnrdl County may not fall to "go over the Court beie last Monday, but most of top , it has been decided to hold the them were Christmas shoppers. The books open and continue tho campaign usual stock trading was not up to ex- - until Satunluv. Dee 9lli. All mirk. We are prepared to pay the Highest peciuuons. out me inme ira. e was j m nre UIf,vli lQ continuu thljir cfforU quite spirited for good mules and about Victorv HMUK alU Garruri, 60 changed hands at what appeared to County ,g Uw Hom)r ,. See us before you sell. Market Price. . bo high prices. A few horses were sold want t0 tllku lhu opportunitv ,0 , ,... ,.. ,llutu ,i at prices ranging from $125, to 1175. on the market. the loyal, patriotic people who worked There were few cattle One of the best young mules i.old dur so hard in this campaign. To these. ing the day, was ii tvvu year old mare my all credit is due. mule sold by J, E. i.ntiinon, for JVUB. your support, could have the purchaser being Mr Ililliu Robinson done ms well us I. Lack of space of Iloyle. This is suit) by many to have bids that 1 mention you all by uaniu- been the best twa year old mule seen Especial credit Is due the Olllcers aud ion the streets in recent years. Mr Rub Executive Hoard of the Local Chapter; Insoii also sold one to T, C Rankin, for , .hl, iaAtea who served the Ited Cr.,a $175. and a team to W. It. Cook for lunrlieon. to tlle Central Record for $040. Mr Cook ulso buying 15 from R. , lltcounJ publicity; to the teucheI8 If you want nn Old Hickory wagon, MEMORIAL SERVICE. Romans. see V. J. a head ulld tller )UI,iU. t0 tlw Campaign U llutton at un average of Fox bought a srackerjaclt of B. tra unJ This ufterroon at the looms of the leI1Bra. t0 ti10 Meichants LAND SALE. Woman's Club, u vesper service will be C. McWhi.rter, for $i7u. nn.l u nice one an,i ti.,lr ..iri ,. tQ .llB Telenlmm, ,. n.'.i .i .u ., ,.,..n,.ii of V. A. Lear, for whiili he paid $2t!0 Company and their operators; to Mr. one of llright Herring for $00. and one II. C. Hamilton will Mrs. Rella Fran. .... , week the track of land of J. II. Dalton ... , .... of Jack Itourne for $175. T. C. Ran- cis for the roo.n and fur headquarters, UUh was recently sold by W Il. Murw, A k kin bought four of Wils Rogers for $01.1 and to every man, woman, boy or girl , roce,ving ..wo. tfl.Mr.,Ualton m ms mmgfii these having chsnged hands four times In Garrard county, who aided In this singers, who during the day and ut a profit each WUltUJ -wwni.'.n It'ntltH .ll t1M - - Sttltl.- j with revcial . L... (., !.!.!campaign. I will take important parts. The public time.. They were originally sold in the I In conclusion, let tne urge that every fw2 road. is cordially Invited. morning by Mr T. U Yantis aud Air one give one more push one more pull Charlie Dean. Mr Rankin bought one -- that Garrard, County may go upon Since we csnnot say It and one of Doolin. ROLL. rson, we'll say U here, WORK NULES FOR SALE. of W. T.Robinson for $225. and another the HONOR V. tn George for $225 11. UASTIN. Chairman "THANK YOU" for the Wo have 3d good work mules for sale or Jess Fox for $150. W. V. Gastlneau Garrard County Ited Cross Drive. three and four years old, all mares ex- sold a team of four year old horse JomwIU you have shown cept four. Will soil single or in pairs. mules to Ilillie Robinson, for $3C6. and WANTED to know who has about 10 teams a nice team of six year olds to llright acres of tobacco and com on the shares Vfc'e's to a Happy and Some extra good, of tnare mules ready for the plow, all and Fox for $515. W. T. Doolin sold a by experienced man; a'so wanted to rTOtfsrous New Year. team for $4l2.50 and bought one of atrip this winter. J. E. Robinson. broken. ;; Dox 45. McKlnney, Ky. Lancaster, Ky. Jease Fox for $180. HASELDEN BROS. I I I I I is suggested to thoie who have no Francais to brush up and who would yet follow more understanding, our boys in trance, that the little French-Englis- h pocket manuals designed for the use of the Sammies might be profitably used by those at home, who help to carry on the war In arm chairs with Fire-sid- e exercises knitting needles. might be held of at "imrlez-vous-ing- " evenings, while the needles click. war-tim- e words and phrases ( French are destined to become a part of our BOOZE IS DOOMED. popular speech witness, the rage of "camouflage" -- and we might very will Congress Gives Death Knoll To Nation's begin to familiarize ourselves, even in ' Greatest Curse. a Very slight way with something on the speech of the poilus which our boys in khaki will bring borne to make our The time is almost at hand when the own colloutal speech more vivid. State nf Kentucky will go dry, and likewise in a few more years, prohi bition will be indorsed, in the nation at NICE P0M0TION. large, is the opinion of both wet and I It will be gratifying, indeed, to the dry leaders, who are stating their views friends of Mr. Kwing Stultz to know frankly to this effect, since the Shcp-par- d prohibition amendment to the that he Iibs been tiromoted as Siiecial Federal Constitution, lia- - been adopted L'l Agent of tho Farm Department of th V. Continental Insurance Company, and by Congress by a large majority. t will have his head(uartcrs at Louisville, "It is u singular coincidence." they () I' Ky. A letter to the various agents said, "that Kentucky, the largest throughout the States, from the muln whiskey producing State in the Union ,1 ; ofl.ee. Ims this to sav of Mr. Stultz: shall be called on first to act on the It is certain l.'.-"He is esneciallv eouliined for this i national prohibition law. 'J po.ition. lie is a native of Kentucky, thut Kentucky will be the tiist state to ",., having solicited farm insm mice in the adopt it, for a majority of the legisla I Bp State for sometime prior to his apioint-.- : tors are pledged to a leferendum vote prohibition and we don't ment as Special Agent. His work in on State-wid- e 1,1 Kentucky was so satisfactory that he see how it is possible for them to ig was given an opening which occurred nore the same proposition coming from aslungton." M I in East Tennessee, and now has been l 'appointed as tirst assistant to Mr. King, fjj I Many of you have met Mr. Stultz FEED THE SOFT CORN. JIJ personally, and to oa no Introduction n Farmers in the U li' I. nr,ii.artf tlin.f. vnll whn h.vp by ffl not met him have a olcasure in store." tricta of th5 corn belt are urg-Joseph I. Cotton, head of the U. S, Food Administration meat division, at Chicago, to save the soft corn and feed TOO MUCH BOOZE. it to livestock. Organization of farm I.ast Tuesday morning near the store ers to equalize shipping receipts at the of Sanders llrothers, at Coy, Dillard larger livestock markets Is also recom j I Littrcll shot and dangerously wounded mended. I Gilliam, the shot entering the Enoch The extent of the damage done to I ' abdomen and lodging in the muscles of the great corn crop", said Mr. Cotton, bis back. will make the market problem for ' From inforrration gathered, it seems soft corq an important one. In the all were more or less under the judgmnt of the neat division the best that booze, when Gilliam sud- way to market this corn will be in the influence of denly struck Littrel over the head, form of meat. The world situation Litttel responding with a shot with the promises extraordinary opportunities to George Gilliam went hog growers, and the Food Adminisabove results. Ballard arrived tration's price policy for the spring-farrowj for u gun, but Sheriff on the scene, before further bloodshed crop of swine should be an and arrested all parties. added incentive." George Gilliam plea. led guiltv before "The government program for in Judge Arnold and was fined fifty dol- creased production and saving of the lars and C06ts. I.lttrell was allowed soft corn and feeding it are in harmony bail in the sum of five hundred dollars, and every bushel of soft corn thus surety, on a utilized is an nid to winning the war." witli J. 1. Hamilton, charge of malicious shooting with inI tent to kill. Enoch Gilliam is confined RED CROSS ANNOUNCEMENT at Dr. Acton's hospital. It Only 171 members are lacking to bring the Ited Cross Drive to n successful ending, which number must bo raised, and we dare say will be raised, by next Saturday night. Henley V.' llastin chairman of the committee in charge of the work, has been Inde fatigable In his efforts, which were most ably seconded by his corps of assistants. His statement published in this issue of the Hecont Is u wonderful achieve ment and the fact that during the seven days drive S,JM members were secured, is a record that we doubt if any other than Mr. llastin could have accomplished. The goal to be reached is 3,r3.r and shows only 171 members lacking. The patriotic meeting at the Court House Friday night should be at tended by everyone in the city, thereby encouraging our colored friends who have taken hold of this patriotic work so earnestly. THE UNIVERSAL CAR Let us have your order now. Haselden Bros. Garage. WALLER HUDSON IMPROVING. Late word from tho bedside of Wal ler Hudson, who is suffering from an attack of pneumonia, at lialdy, New Mexico, report that he has passed the crisis and hopes are entertained for his rapid recovery. PATRIOTIC MEETING. JUNIOR RED CROSS. The unual exchange of Christmas presents was discarded at the Lancas ter Graded Schools this year and in stead a subscription was raised among tne pucils aud teachers toward the or ganization of u Junior Ited Cross chapter. A very sensible idea, indeed, and wan $100.00 the amount raised.-wlricwill be used in this very worthy cause. h Every one is invited and Urged to attend the PATRIOTIC RALLY for Colored people ts be held ut the Court House, on Friday night, Dec.2S at 7;30. A special program will be rendered. Give your presence and sympathy to encourage these people in their patriotic efforts. Two thirds of the Court House will be reserved for white people. II. V. llastin, Chairman Garrard County Red Cross Drive. it CHIP OFF THE OLD BLOCK. Mr. T. C. Rankin, Jr., son of Mr. T. GREETINGS. Friends;- - At this season of the year our thoughts turn to those whose friendly business has made possible bigger and better things and we wish to extend to you our best wishes for a Happy Prosperous New Year. Faithfully. Lost On December 1st. a saddle The Joseph Mercantile Co. tween Camp Nelson and Lancaster. Mrs. Elizabeth and A. J. Joseph. Reward if brought to this oflice. C. Rankin, is developing rapidiy as a mule trader, with headquarters at Grantille;' Gav; -- where he has been most of the year, having built up one of the best mule trades in that section of the south. He is selling them about as fast as his father can buy them and at profits that makes the "old man" sit 1Mb up and take notice. acumen in this line shows him to be a "chip off the old block" and his friends here at home are watching his business qualification with interest and admiration. be- N Bargains In BUGGIES That Give Satisfaction. THORNHILL (, ,.,!,, WAGONS Run Lighter Composition & Metal Roofing Has no S'eel and Galvanized. sand holes and is easy to put on i 'Hicks, e, Last Longer Ltt us show you. 1 ' Harness The Very BEST . Can That Money Buy. House Paint The Dost on the Mailtet and at a pre (hit will please you. .,, lead-Jess- e Turning Plows That Run Right And Guaranteed. Are Linseed Oil Not Cotton Seed bet the purest of Liuseed Oil. HORSESHOEING .... n KokomO The kind that -- Fence Wire Slas STOVES Lancaster, and REPAIR Department is very complete. does your horse forge? when put up We have the best shoer in town RANGES W. J. ROMANS. lt-p- iVlMX'y Kentucky. .v, The Central Record, Thursday, Dec 27 !9I7. Tit HIE JUS! Closed its second weeks sale Friday with the Highest Average in the State, keeping up its record of last season when it made the highest average of all houses in the state. 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'housd INCORPORATED. RICHMOND, KY. i Rheumatic Aches Drive them out with Sloan's sooth, Liniment, the quick-actining liniment that penetrates without rubbing and relieves the pain. Always have a bottle in the house for the aches and pains of rheumatism, gout, lumbago, strains .sprains, stiff joints and all muscle soreness. General, diri bottle Sc. 50c.. $1.00. GUNNS CHAPEL. Mr. E. II. Chandler was in Lexington last week. Mrs. Dock Simpson of Richmond here with Miss Lenna Ilollon. The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. W. Worthington has been ill. is W, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Murphy are parents of a son, born Dec. 22. Messrs John and Tom Matt Chandler have moved to their place here. Miss Lenna Ilollon was the guest of Mrs. E. H. Chandler, Monday night. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Hurt were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Llge Hurt, Sunday. Jewell, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James I. Sanders sold a horse to Jess Jesse Simpson is ill with pnenmonia. White for J1GU Mrs. Prentis Walker and children of Dulu Lumay bought two meat hogs Cincinnati are visiting relatives here. from Cronly Itrosdus for lCc. Mr. and Mrs. Jeptha Onstottand Mr. Malcomn Osborne bought two meat John Land wete in Danville on business hogs from tVm. Fain price 16: per lb. Saturday. Mrs. Mary Sanders was a recent visMr. John Land is spending the holi- itor of her daughter Mrs. Henry Montdays with relatives in Newport and gomery. Cincinnati. Mr. and Mrs. Royston ltay were Rev. D. F. Sebastian will preach at week end visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Liberty Baptist church Sunday morning Elijah McMillian. at 11 o'clock. A. T. and J. I. Sanders have a car News has been received here of the biith of a son to Mr. and Mrs. Tom load of registered Aberdeen cattle bought which they ure expecting in at Dailey. Jr. of Iirashear Ky. once. Miss Thelma Simpson and Mr. Harold A. T. and J. I. Sanders bought 100 B. Onstott of Uerea College are with barrels of corn from Mrs. I'ermelia their parents here for the holidays. Bogie, price $3.70 per bbl. Also from Mr. and Mrs. Ottie Sebastian and two McMillian Bros, CO bbl at name price. children of Jessamine, spent the weeks end with Mr, S. S. Sebastian and famFuster-Milburn was twice married, first to Miss totritirtrtririrCrCrttirfrCrirerirtrC Ray who died many years ago. SOME POTATO PARINGS JoseHis second marriage was to Miss He phine Masters who survives him. flood seed potatoes, free of also leaves four daughters and nine blight nnd rot, are always worth The family sons to mourn his loss. saving for one's own future have our sympathy in their crop, or to supply others. Food the cull potatoes to tho hogs. Cook the potatoes thoroughly nnd mix with cornmeal, WOMEN GIVE OUT. shorts or bran. Skim milk Is n cood addition. when is hard enough Housework Grading potatoes for market 3 healthy. Every Lancaster woman who tne possibilities or increase sales nnd raises the price reis having backache, blue and nervous ceived. Keep the culls on the spells, dizzy headaches and kidney or farms and save the cost of haulbladder troubles, should be glad to heed ing. this Lancaster woman's experience: Potatoes add succulence to the Mrs. Joe Turner, Totten Ave., Lan tlnlry ration. Where corn sllago caster, says; "A few years ago, my Is not nvnllnble and there are kidneys cot out of order and I had plenty of small potatoes, a peck backaches. I felt dull and languid and a day will give a marked Intired easily. My kidneys acted irregcrease In the milk flow. They ularly, too. A friend told me of Doan's should be Introduced Into the ration gradually, and should be g Kidney Fills and I bought them at run through n root cutter to Stormes' Drug Store. They soon rid avoid the possibility of clinking me of the backache and put my kidneys the nnlmnl. United Slates Dein good order." partment of Agriculture. Price COc, at all dealers. Don't sim kidney remedy get ply ask for a Doan's Kidney Pills the same that Co., CROP TO PRECEDE ALFALFA Mrs. Turner had. Props., Buffalo. N. Y. Ohio Experiment Station Recommends Potatoes, Since Soil Is Usually CGY Well Fertilized. For sections whero early potatoes succeed, the Ohio experiment station recommends this crop us one of the best to precede alfalfa, since the land Is usually well fertilised and manured, and frequent cultivation kills nearly nil weeds before alfalfa la seeded. The potatoes can bo harvested for late July and early August alfalfa and a good seedbed can be merely by disking and harrowseed-lngd in use. This kind of care rrlttTfs from worrying about tho high coat of steel tools for next year as none of his tools are rusting oat. One plow out of four wears out the othhim THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. er three rant out Is yours the onet EXPENSE OF TRACTOR WORK Copftol $50,000. A. II. DENNY. Surplus Prrs't $30,000. Oil, Qas and Wage $1.80 an Acre In Trial Conducted Rscentty at Iowa State College. One acre of ground can be tractor plowed 0 Inches deep on 2U gallons th gallon of of kerosene and lubricating oil. was demonstrated In a two-da- y This tractor plowing test conducted recently at Iowa State college by tht President J. E. STOKMES. Vice J. It. Harris, J. U S. ,. DENNY. Cashier. (ill.!., Safety Deposit WE Boxes For Rent. SOLICIT YOUK BUSINESS. agricultural engineering department The complete results of the test represent probably the roost roinprelirn- - Samual I). Cochran. Alex It. Denny, J. II. Posey, J. E. Stormes. S. C. Denny. J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott. Directors. NOW IS THE IDEAL TIME TO VISIT FLORIDA Or The - Get nwny from the cold nnd enjoy life in the lnnd of Sunshine nnd Flowers. Low round-trifares and excellent service via Tractor In Operation. stve data on tractor plowing operations that have been worked out by any college. It took one hour and seventeen minutes to plow an acre. The length of furrows was MS feet Dead furrows were 300 feet apart Because of the shortness of the field of the tlmo was spent In turning. A tractor pulling three plows was used. Tho average rate of speed was 2.23 miles per hour; average draw bar pull 1,077 pounds; horsepower developed 10.00. It took 10 hours nnd 24 minutes to plow 8.11 acres. Tho field was level. The total cost of plowing an aero Is figured at $1.00. This Is figured on the basis of kerosene costing 10 cents a gallon, lubricating oil 82 cents n gallon; operator's tlmo CO cents an hour; Interest depredation and repairs. OOJj cents per acre. ooe-clxt- h h Gulf Coast Resorts For particulars, call upon local agent of this railroad. ing. Louisville & Nashville R. R. Field peas nave also been found satisfactory when cut for bay as a preparatory crop for alfalfa. Such midsummer seedlngs of alfalfa have been found by the experiment station more satisfactory than spring seeding lu outs or barley. Most alfalfa failures uro attributed to competition with weeds and to nurse crops that provldo excessive shade and leave too little moisture and plant food for the young alfulfa. ATTENTION GIVEN Relatives and Friends of Soldiers TO TOOLS at Camp Zachary Taylor Few occasions a Herd more pleasure to the boys in camp than n visit from the folks back home. Why not plan a visit tor their benefit as well as for your own enjoyment and Interest? The direct way -- the convenient way comfortable way to go is via the ily. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Dailey and daughters will Bpend a part of this week with Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Walton at Marks-burA Christmas tree was given at the Bchool house here Friday afternoon for the children of the district. The school has closed for the winter. A two months Spring term will be taught. Mr. Tom Dailey, Sr. died at his home here Dec. 17, of pneumonia after an illness of a week. Mr. Dailey was bout seventy-thre- e years of ago. He m But One Plow Out of Four Ever Wears Out, the Other Three Rust Out How About Yourat HIGHEST PRICES PAID UmhUaca M.il.d m Day SUpoual U RMtlrad No Commission to Pay Writ, for PrU. LUt J ShlppUg Tags Ixusmld E Sabel & Sons taMAU LOUUVILLZ. KY. IMS IIow about the farm tool yon need this last season T Are thoy all In the ehed protected from the w outlier! ilovo tho polished parts been covered with grease so tbey won't rust? It sot wouldn't this coming week bo a good time to round them op and put thenj 6unWjr away I A neighbor told that be used the swine ganf plow for 14 years, says a writer change. He bad U laibt AtflxWHki the JOHN WHITE & CO. LOUISJVILLI, KY. a Uberarsssertmeat sad full value gala' Southern Railway System. iu MRS Mass sad Seat alas For fares and detailed information see nearest Ticket Agent or write B. II. TODD. Division Passenger Agent. Louisville, Ky. J The Central Record. Thursday, Dec 27, 1917. SELL YOUR TOBACCO WITH TELEPHONE 97. MADISON TOBACCO INCORPORATED FHSE CO. i j I 3rd Street, L. & A. Depot, Richmond, Kentucky. I LOOSE LEAF TOBACCO MARKET: THE PI0NEER URCEST FLOOR SPACE ! I I I I I Remember we have always gotten the very highest prices of any market or house in the State. We did this last year and are doing the same thing this year. This, we demand. Bring us your tobacco and get this top price Some of our this weeks sales: A. B. & ! Smith i Earl Long Price A Wells Burns &. Horn Miller & Noland Crow&.Einbry Frazier & Simmons Broaddus & Garrett Hendrcn &. Durham Matt Tussey Ernest Tussey Long &. Tudor 12S5 pounds 2540 pounds 2580 pounds 2725 pounds 3070 pounds 2300 pounds 1135 pounds 1055 pounds 3865 pounds 2280 pounds 1310 ,ounds 1880 pounds Average Average Average Average Average Average Average Average Average f 39.00 31.90 36.26 26.25 35.57 34.60 36.45 35.63 1 I I 3551 34.31 Average Average Average 3556 34.18 SPLENDID LIGHT A FREE STALLS T. FIRE INSURANCE W. C. BENNETT. SECRETARYTREAS. SQUARE DEAL TO ALL. J. CURTIS, VICE-PRESIDEN- T. I J E. C. MILLION, PRESIDENT. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. Jacob SchulzCompany Incorporated. . Hens Lay AMAZINGLY I MANSE. Mr. Uurdette Ramsey spent the past week in Louisville. Mr. T. J. Underwood is the guest of relatives at Williamsburg. Mrs. Charley Friend is the guest of her relatives at this place. Mr. and Mrs. II. P. Conn were in Richmond shopping on Saturday. Mr. Clarence Anderson of Ohio is the guest of relatives and friends here. Miss Sadie Ralston of Georgetown College is at home for the holidays. Mr. Edgar Creech spent Saturday night with his cousin, Mr. Robert Anderson. Mr. Jessie Calico from Camp Taylor spent from Friday until Wednesday with home folks. Miss Minnie Calico of Uroadus Ilranch was the week end guest of her cousin. Miss Willie Mae Calico. Mrs. Lewis Anderson ot Estill Co., was the guest of her mother-in-law- . Mrs. W. I'. Anderson on Thursday and 24 to 31 sold their tobacco crop at prices from cents per pound. J SUCCESS. Fine Cut Flowers For Phones 339-- F All Occasions. or 83. All Orders Receive Prompt Attention iniiif tod idktM tb' Uf, Cure and &d tbrr , J map. roldi. tor 9 lfwdrvflfttndr1&ktaf loud roDdmon with BOURDON POULTRY REMEDY 1takttta bu bd .rol" tr A The baby girl who arrived at the (One of the world's greatest short home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mont poems New York Sun) gomerv on the 17th. has been christined 'Tis the coward who quits to misforIona Beryl. Mrs. Mary A. Sanders, of Coy. spent 'Tis the knave who changes each day, a part of last week with her daughter, 'Tis the fool who wins half the battlt. Mesdames H. It. Montgomery and To throw all his chances away. Thomas Hicks. There is little in life but labor. Miss Mary E. Grow, who spent Tomorrow may prove but a dream; several days with her nephew, Mr, Success is tha bride of Endeavtr. Ed. Grow, returned to her home at And luck but a meteor's gleam. tune, Wm. F. Miller, Agt. Lancaster. JBJhy ild. IVuliry boot frr oa r,imt SOLD BY It. E. McKOUEKTS BUY FURNITURE NOW Our display this season is wonderfully large of some very aristocratic Judson last Tuesday. Rev. D. F. Sebastain preached at The time to succeed is when others. this place Sunday. The drifted snow Discouraged, show traces of tire prevented his fulfilling his appointment The battle is fought in the homestretch, on the regular preaching day. And won twixt the flag and the wire. Mr. and Mrs. W. L.Grow were called John Trotwood Moore. to Danville last Wednesday by the serious illness of her father, Mr. Joseph Rogers who died Friday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Grow, Mr. Millard Rogers, Mesdames Wm. Onstott and Wm. Darker attended the funeral of Mr. Joseph Rogers at Danville Saturday afternoon. Smell Proved Dining Room and Bed Room Suits CABINET Friday. Keep Well Do not allow the of undigested poisons food to accumulate in your bowels, where they are absorbed into your system. Indigestion, constipation, headache, bad blood, numerous and other troubles are bound Keep your to follow. system clean, as thousands of others do, by taking an occasional dose ol the old, reliable, vegetable, family liver medicine. FARMER'S WIFE NEAR LAN- as well as our ltne of Odd Dressers, Beds, Davenports and other pieces of well designed Furniture. This well arranged CASTER FINDS ASTON-1SI11N- G RELIEF. $25. Cabinet Only Jtf :t-;!:tr:ta:, KITCHEN e 9 Specially priced during the holidays at l'erlinps your wife would appreciate one Our store is well represented with some of the most nttrnctUe patterns we linve ever shown. While the prices made may seem cheap, the workmanship of the cabi- $18.50 Sapp-Slat- on nets lias been well taken care of in every respect. "For ten long years 1 hod suffered with my stomach. I tried everything without relief, hut lifter one dose of Mavr'j Wonderful Remedy I knew 1 hud obtained what I had been looking for and 1 took the full course of treat ment. It is going on 4 years now and I have never had any pains or bloating since. It is u simple hurmless preparation that removes the catarrhal mucous from the intestinal tract, and allays tho which causes practically all stomach, liver and intestinal nilments. including appendicitis. One dose will ' convince or money refunded. It. K. Mcitoberts. Druggist. Jack was foud of toilet water and was ulwnvs good to make a trip to the barber shop. One day after having bis hair cut his mamma asked hlin if lie gut a god haircut, and he Jerked off his cap and said: "I'll say I did. Just smell It." Keep Friendship In Repair. Dr. Samuel Johnson nald: "A man should keep lilu friendship In repair." Hoswell. his biographer, reports him us saying: "If u man does not make rtetv acquaintances, us he advances through life, he will soon find himself left alone. A man. lr, should keep his friendship In oonstunt repair." Get Acquainted. One reason people do not appreciate their neighbors better Is because they do not know them. Most of the misunderstandings arise from the fact that people do not understand each other. A good plan would be to learn more about your neighbors so that you will uppreclato them better. Exchange. It Thedford's Black-Draug- ht Furniture L. B. Co. MT. HEBRON Tha school at this place has been dismissed for the holidays. Mrs. M. L. Montgomery and Miss Mabel Montgomery were in Danville Friday. Mr. Sam Duncan, of NIcholasville, was with relatives here Wednesday and Danville's Largest Furniture and Rug Store. Danville, Kentucky. SAPP, Manager. Thursday. Quite a number of the farmers have Burials on Hilltops. Buffalo mil Is not the only celebrity to be burled on u hilltop. Cecil Rhodes and Robert Louis Stevenson are both burled oa high points. The empire builder Ilea on a kopje In Rhodesia, and the novelist on the highest part of his beloved Samoa. Lord Dacre Is supposed to have been burled on horseback la Saxtoa churchyard. mother-in-la- w could not take calomel as it seemed too strong (or her, so she as a used lllack-Draug- ht mild laxative and liver regulator We use It In the family and believe It Is the best medicine for the liver made." 'Try It. Insist on the genuine Mrs. W. F. Pickle, ol Rising Fawn, Ga.. writes: "We have used Thedas ford's a family medicine. My Ulack-Uraug- ht ... ineatoru's. ac a t The Central Record, Thursday, Dec 27, 1917. UNotice HUD 7rvy-,-.-"is-.- To Our customers I s Owing to the fact that about 90 per cent of stock handled by us is now under Government control on a cash basis both as to buying and selling we are forced to curtail our credits. t , r s.n" rtrf . HUGHES & F ARNAU TERRILL Mrs Wade Terrill. formerly of this court v. died suddenly at her home in Idaho Falls. Idaho, on December 17th, leaving beside her husband, two children, age nine and seven years respectively. The passmgfaway of this beloved woman, is keenly felt by her relatives and host of friends Jin Kentucky, where she was so well remembered and loved, all of whom extend to the bereaved hustiand and motherless children, their deepest and heartfelt v r.- - i The Central Record incorporated, ssueo Weekly. J. R.L . $1.00 a year. ROBINSON. Editor. ELKIN. Local Eiliinr and Mgr. Ky. Catered at tbo Fo.t Office In Lfliicftiter, Rscond-CI.iMail Manet l Member Kentucky Tress Association tod Eighth District Publishers League. Lancaster, Ky., December 27, 1917 .ates For Political Announcements blood, The civic slander and the. pride; -Ring in the love of truth and right. Ring in the common love of good. "Ring out old shapes of foul disease. 10 line Ring out the narrow lust of gold; 05 obituaries, per line King out the thousand wars of old, Ring in the thousand years of peace. We congratulate the cilixens of our "Ring in the valiant men ar.d free. County upon the splendid showing made The larger heart, the kindlier hand; in the Red Cross work in the Christmas King out th darkness of the land, While our Campaign. Membership Ring in the Christ that is to be." allotment of 3535 members is still shy of a few, we are now certain that the LETTER ANOTHER Garrard County Chapter of the Ked Cross will begin the new year of 1918 Lancaster Boy, "Somewhere In with an active loval membership of not From less than 3CO0. The amount of money France". which will be contributed is a small benefit that may be done by part of the Friends of Charle3 K. Dunn, who is the organization. The spirit of our now stationed "somewhere in France" people will be kept in patriotic tone to will be interested in the following letmake the sacrifice necessary to win the ter to his mother. war. A society so strong and so en"Somewhere in France" thusiastic will be able to suppress any Nov. 25, 1917. disloyalty that may arise in our County. My dear mother; The work of its members has just beHave not had any more letters from gun. Each one should feel the individEvery I last wrote to you. responsibility of winning the war you since ual O. K. with me. I am still as way that they can find and thing is in every well as ever. that may arise from time to time, and Had a letter from Mamie Stormes we especially urge that each one shall and she tells me that Gus has joined condemn every act or v, ord of dislovaltv army along with your other two with which they may come in contact the sons. Don't you feel rather proud of and discourage all criticism of this them? government and its officials at WashAt last 1 have had the pleasure of ington until victory in this war is com- receiving a few "Records". The very won. pletely first one I had when opened had my picture displayed rather promiscuously The drafted men who are preparing on the front page. Where do they get their (luestionnaiie for the Local Hoard stuff? I don't know wtero they should be careful in having their pap- that could have gotten the picture, unless ers prepared. The Hoards are not resyou. ponsible for these over sights or mis- from I suppose jou will have u hi" round takes and many who might be entitled on Thursday next, that being Thanks-givin- g to deferred classification mav stand for dny. We will probably have a immediate call on account of these mispresent plans do takes, There is no provision made for turkty dinner if the so unlike Thanksis calling attention to these errors bv the not miscarry. It We ure giving as the weather goes. Hoard. It is reported that quite u numnow having weather that is more like ber of these papers have come inin bud of September rather than the shupe and there may bo some disap- the last Nuvember. pointments occasioned by this neglig last of you usk me what I would like Didn't ence. We udviso that all persons olfer-in- g have? If you did not I mu sure that their assistance be careful in this to you would be delighted to know whut 1 work, require, t with that you would send me some Gillette Safety Razor blades, any little thing like a dozen or two 1 THE NEW YEAR. could use to great advantage some Iiefore the Record ugain goes to Ilersley's Milk Chocolate and in fact press, tli9 old year so full of memories, anything like that that vou would send. of joys and of tears, will have passed Small favors are always thankfully into nothingness and the books of the received you know. I met up with u lad from near nt New Year will be opened with its home here. Did 1 tell vou about it? pagas all spotless and new. We are glad for the old customs of He is none other than one Edwurd G. fast days, feast days and holidays, Flaig formerly of Danville, Ky, I was We appreciate the spirit ot the Christ glad to see somebody from home and mas cheer that loosens the tension un so was he. I have heard quite a bit der which the world has been strained of him but never knew him till now. How are ull at home? There is not almost to the breaking point and now with the facing of the New Year comes much doing around here on Sundvy and the good resolves tor higher thinking I thought perhaps vou would like to and better living. There has never know that I urn still well and in a good been a time In all the world's history humor. Give my best to Mr. Price and when the call has come so loud for T. and to til who think of me. Worlds of love, The world courage and Charles. cherishes In Its heart, an Ideal, a bttu- - For Precinct and Citv Offices . . .$ COO por County Offlces 10.00 ror State and District Offices. ... 15.00 .10 ror Calls, per line 10 For Cards, per line "or all publications in the interest of individuals or expression of individual views, per tiful vision of humanity, freed from oppressing and tyranny. Soon we shall henr .the bells tolling Would the knell of the dying year. that they might ring out all the envy, hatred, strife, injustice, reviling, in temperance, falsehood, deceit, bigotry, narrowness, hypocrisy, covetousness to go out into the blackness of the midnight daikness, to return no more forever! And would that the New Year bells would ring in peace, good will among men. love for our neighbors as for ourselves, equality of opportunity, and "a new heaven a new earth wherein dwelleth righteousness." It is only a question of time when God's will shall be done even as it is done in heaven. For that consumation we must wait; meanwhile we can sing with Tennyson: "King out false pride in place and WAR TAX. Government Will Furnish Experts To Help The People Make Out War Tax And Income Tax Papers. will be the price of the sympathy. TAYLOR. The news of the death of .lohn W. Tavlor, which occurred at Frankfort last Tuesday morning, came as n distinct shock to his friends and acquaintances here, where he has lived for the past two or more years. Only a lew weeks ago Mr. Taylor and his family moved to Frankfort, where he had re cently purchased the Poplar Grove Dairy farm and intended to make that his future home. A few days after his arrival there he wai taken suddenly ill, and up to last Sundav his condition was On Monday it was much improved. found that he was suffering from lock ed bowels and that an operation was His the only chance to save his life. father-in-la- .Mr. G. M. Lyons, of this city was notified Monday afternoon and together with Mrs. Lyons they motored there that evening, reaching Franktort just after the op eration, from which Mr. Tavlor never revived, death relieving his sulfering Tuesday morning about seven o'clock. He died at the home of his brother- Mr. Green Lvons, from which place the burial will take pluce. the interment being in the Frankfort ceme- tery. Mr. Taylor is survived by his wife and two children, Lillian, uged 12 years and George, about four years of ace. to whom are extended the deepest sympathy in the los of u devoted husband and indulgent father. Mr. Taylor was n devout member uf the Christian church nd lived in Stanford a few years be He was fore coining to Lancaster. years old and was nbout thirty-liv- e born in Madison county. The new war profits tax and the new) income tax will require uu extrn force ! in Collector John W. Hughes' office. ' The exemption this time will bt f 1, ' 000 for single men and ?2.000 for mar ried men. On all amounts above that six per cent will have to be paid in- -' coma tax and n special war profits tax will be paid on larger amounts, I For instance if a man makes Sl'J.WiO a year his income and war profits tax will be f3,0'2O. However, you won't have to figure out your own income at all by yourself hereafter. The government is going to send out men to help you. It will be Up to vou to hunt up these men who will be sent into every county seat town, and some oiner towns besides, to meet the people. Postmasters, bankers and newspapers will be able to tell you when the government's income tax man will be around, and where li find him. He will unswer vour questions, swear vou to the returns, take vour money, and remove the wrinkles from your brow. Returns of Income for 1917 must le made between January 1st and March 1st 191b. "The Go eminent recognizes." Col-- " lector; of Internal Revenue Hughes said today, "that many persons' experience n gocd deal of difficulty in fill- ing out income tax forms. It recog-- ' nizes, too, that taxpayers resident at' points where collector's offices are not easily accessible, find it bard to get proper instruction in the law. Next jear, when every married ierson liv-- 1 ing with wife or husband ami having a net income ot fl',000, and every un-- , married person not the head of a fain-- 1 ily and ha ing a net income of $1.000 Courier-Journ- al for 1918. Please let me renew your Subscription. McRGberts Drug stor "3 Diaw A Check I for the money vouuvuiiiid note how much more res ynur cmuuirs you They like to do "m - W1, htisitioss with u mini who CiSerr- - hns an nccount m the Jpi-iiiim- HtJtrSTI Garrard" Rmk Trmt f!n They know he is doing busiia-sIn a busiress like way. open such an account even It your airairs are not large. will grow all r:j'lit. lletter They The Garrard Bank & Trust Compary i i "irniift iiii "www mi1 r" "ysrop-.r- m for the year 1917 must make returns j IN MEMORY OF CLIFFORD E. BOURNE. ' The death angel visited the home of Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey llourne, Wednes day eveping, Oct. 31, and carried away the spirit of their darling eon, Uiuord. Had he lived until Nov. 10. 1917, he would have been 10 years of cge. His life though a brief one has been a joy and comfort to ull. He hIwuvs had a smile and possessed u most kindly and gentle disposition. .Oil how sad lire tile We all woids "Cliirord is dead". loved him dearly and it was huid for us to give him up, but we know tliut he now dwells where no earlhlv puin or Mav sorrow can mar his happiness. God comfort the heart broken father and mother and blehs the sisters and brothers is my prayer. Let us strive to live u puier life and meet little Clilford In heaven. Clilforu darling you have left us, Left us yea for ever more. How we bear the pain and furrow, God alone dots only know. Heaven has now our treasuie. Earth thu lonely casket keeps, liut the sunbeams will alwuys linger, Where our darling Clilford sleeps. Clifford is gone but not forgotten, Never will his memory fade, Sweetest thoughts will ever linger Around the grav where he Is laid. Dearest Clilford we'liave laid thee of income on the foims prescribed, there will be hundreds in every com-- 1 munity teeking light on the law and help In executing their returns. ilv own and every other collection district in the nation will be divided into districts, with the county us n unit, and a government officer informed in the income tax, assigned to each district. He will spend hardly lens than a w ek in each county, and in mime counties a longer tune, very likely in the court house in the countv tent town. In cities where there are branch offices he will be there, and in other cities poshibly ut the city hall. Sly otfico will, m due' time, advise postmasters uud bankers and send out notices to the newspapers stating when the officer will be In each county. It will be unnecessary for prospective taxpayers to usk my office for forms on which to make returns. The officer who visits their county will have them. " PitailL Don't Buy a Wagon Until You Have Seen tlic Columbus I Silent App.ause. Many n rntidi IIU' netresx Kceins to thlnl: Kite's n big thing because she Mugs thrniiEli her nose, like uu eh- phunt. nxihange. News Of The Churches. The Methodist Sunday School observed last Sunday In a way befitting the Christmas season. The Junior Missionary Society had been asked to furnish the program. It consisted of songs, readings and recitations which were An olfering of tlKI.-Iwell rendered. was taken for the sulfering Syrians and Armenians. At the 11 o'clock service the pastor preached on "Christmas" to a large and appreciative audience. Iiefore you decido on nuy wagon, examine the Columbus. Strongly built of the best possible, material thu Columbus wagon giw the most satisfactory tervice for the louet inod of years. Tin u u no secret in thu notedly long life uf tli.i Oduiubus wagon. It is the result of tlio methods employed in construction. There is no wood in this wagon which lias not been under thclter from one to two years. The axles anil tlio xkc8 of thu ultsn.la aro hickory; tlm hounds, bolsters and saudhoard aro oak, and tlio bottom uf tire bux is straight grained flawless pine. Those are jut a few maniple uf the care which Is taken to make this wagon as 1' liable as inedible. The result is tiiat tlio Columbus wagon i unbeaUble in reliability and caduruueu. Coino in and examine it lur your I'll'. Wo know you will be ;V.iseU. i liut thy memory In the peaceful grave's embrace, will be cherished Till we tee thy heavenly face. Aunt Maggie. Becker &' Ballard. Phone 27. Bryantsvllle, Ky. The Central Record. Thursday, Dec 27. 1917. VHY PAY $75. OR $80. FOR A RANGE j 1 when we will sell you equally as good for Gossip About TTi) $40. or $50. Heating Stoves as good as Moorcs for $30. and $35. Small Heaters $5.00, $6.00 and $7.00. Htr.hMI three itu-l- i 1v,vv, t. eeopiB Br Icl A Mention of (he Cotnlnsi nJ Geinii liyThoit Vt Art Inttruttd In. . Wnim $70. Corn Shelters Clicnp. J. R. MOUNT & CO. The Deal House. Dr. Milton Elliott of the Louisville Dental School 19 at home for IhcCiirisl-mn- s holidays. Mr. Jim Arnol I nf Columbia, S. C. is the guest this week, of his mother. Airs. .I10 Arnold. Window SIZES CUT TO Glass ORDER. I'rof. Henry Klliott is in the city this week and Is the guest of his brother, Dr. William M. Klliott. Miis Rebecca Williams, nf llristol. Trim., is lit home, the inlat of her father, Mr. John Williams. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Hiown nf Lib- Mr ami Mrs Fisher Herring spent his coat for the Red Cross drive and Christmas day with friends in rrcBcn- - ni strength and Influence mlded very crsville. materially tn tho splendid corps of Mr. Hilly George llolmnn of Crnh hclpvis. Orchard, was a Kiiulnr visitor here Sargennt Lawrence Durham, of the Wedneidny. 13th U. S. Ii faiitry. and for the psst four eat. stiitl'ined in the Phillipine Miss Eliza Lun'ford, of Cincinnati, came home to spend the Christm.'i" hol- Islands, Is nt Imtne on n 3J days Young Durham i wll known idays with the humefollis. to the r'uih'is of the Record, through Mrs. Carlton Elkin Bnd dat'ghter, some IntMresHiiir he h written Emily Ann, hnva returned from u iI'MnghWstHV In the t ropier Ilehones months stay at Liberty, Ky. his regiment will he called !o France Dr. Prlntus nlker and family, ar- soon and promises us no interesting: when he rived from Cincinnnti last Saturday and letter from "mtr will be here for several The Courier Journal cont ed tho Willie Rice Anion, nf Saate Univerfollowing regarding the marriage of h sity, H sne'nding the season with his parents. Dr. and Mrs. J. A. former Lancastrian; I h lh-r- e" s Yuli-ti.I- 1 not only intellectually hut also locially. Respectfully, Georgia Moss. ARNOLD-ROBINSO- N. Married nt the Methodist parsonage nt 11 o'clock. December 24th., Miss l.cnn Arnold, nf this county and Rev. J. Al. Robinson, pasfr of tho Preachers-vil- e Circuit of th .Methodist Episcopal Church. Smth. Rev. F. D. Palmetcr officiating. BRYANT-MONTGOMERY. AND PUTTY. erty, nre guests of the Intter Mr. and Mrs. S. I). Cochran. parents, Mr. Klmer Miller, of Camp Lee, Vu., was nt home on u fow days furlough, returning to Camp juiterday. Miss Elizabeth (Illili. returned from Rnnviltu lust Monday, after n weeks stay in that thriving metroHilis. .Mr. Law rei.ee Duiham of Camp Freumont, California, was a guest on Sunday of Miss Ileulah Reazley. TORIES $&$$C i vr--&SkF-.. DRUB S 1 ORlti CURE ' Miss Conlin 1 ei mil ton is spending the V T Vil Ul 'VCi'l VYLVi yZ?yJpS' f m iliYl fc i ', - uiin-- ri t ijitu hjjjj bourbon Ho?j 'fori"! , :v'r,'V.r., ' i GBARJ&KTEEB .,:: ,' tri rfhj I" "SVl Ili'i.Mii.ili n ta mm u.r.fui. tir'fFOV in lUPAfY. IKHirntr) ml f ill u ill Mm mmwi tni'iura Chclsrr ntwcly mtexataTOij8 n wi.lTwltfr' Jiul rit iHt.M.. nk.i ".! Al Ml linnkl.lv U - fonHoa ' -- Christmas senon with her mother, .Mrs Isaac Hamilton, on Maple Avenue. Mrs. (i. M. l'atterson has returned. from Winchester, where she visited the family of Mr. and Mrs. A. I). Kirk. AIisscs Helen nnd Martha (Jill are visitu.g in Cincinnati this week, the guests of their friend, Miss Georgia Strong. Dr. and Mrs. J. J. Purley. of Iuis- ville. arrived in (lit city last Monday, and are guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. F. lh-l- r JU. i l im 1. i hi .inn. Kr. iiiiiiis.iiwiwI 3 ,TpTTO.2333es-ws;etiHJ- W i Sanders. Miss Gertrude Wilkinson Ins return ed to her home in Stanford, after a delightful visit to Mr. a ml Mrs. IE. R. Wilkinson. Mr. J. S. Bowman, of Bowman Springs, Ky. is the guest this week of Mr. anil Mrs. W. G. Anderson, on the Danville road. Mr. Edwin Walker and Willinm Kin- nuird, of MilU'isUurg Institute, are at home to spend 111" Christmas vacation B rigney. Director and Embalmcr. Kentucky. Residence l'lione IrwJfFunei i Lancaster. with their parinu OlHce Pliniip 18 Mr. nnd Mrs. Mcltolierts and daughter. Hetty Margaret, will spend the remainder of the week with Mr. and Mrs. J. R. .Mount. Sijuire S. T. Samlets and fnmilv, moved into our midst last week, having purclmeil the of Rev. F. M. Tinder, on Stanfi.nl streit. Mr. T. M. WiWoii, of Howling Green, Joined Mrs. Wilson hero last Tuesday and is the guekt uf tlie hitters parents, Mr. and Airs J. R. Mount. Mr. and Mrs. M. Wide!, nnd Miss Dorothy I'earlniln of Richmond, ramn down 'riesday andjspent the day with Mr. nnd Mr. ('. I Morgan. Mrs. Sallie l!oi l.awsnn, returmd home Last Saturday, after several weeks isit to friends and relatives in Terrn Haute and other cities. Here !s Something You Con Oo Buy War Saving Stamps and HELP TO STOP THE WAR Call and ask about them. It is your Duty. a i U 3ze Citizens OF LANCASTER, National Bank KY. Vice Prest. r J J. WAI.KKI!. U, F 111 DSON. President W O. Pionky. Asa't Cah'r Job J W.lxi:h. Jit.. W. F. CHAMP. I ashler. ON ROLL OF HONOR. DC 3C RED BLOOD AMERICANISM Mis Mary May Walker, who in at tending school at Ml. ( arml. III., is with her tmrents. Mr. und Mrs. Woods Walker, for the Yllletide season. Miss Mane Italian!, who is teaching in the Stanford Graded school is with her patents. Mr. and Mrs. John IUI lard during the Christmas holidays. Little Mis Judith and Master Kil wanl Wides of Richmond, and the guests during tl.e holidays of little Misses Katherme and Ruby Moignii. Mr. Willie Mac Elliott, of Trans) I vania University, came heme last St unlay to spend the holidays with his parents. Dr. and Mrs. W. M. Elliott Mr. Howard Withers and wife, of Louisville ,ii, d Mr. Louis Withers, of Atlanta, lime been visiting relatives nnd friends in tho county during the past week. Mm. Adolpli llesiley was hostess at a six o'clock dinner Sunday, complimentary to Mis Ileulah Reatley and guest, Mr. Lawrence Durham of C.iuip Freemont Calif. Miss Mnrgatet Morrow, who been trachmg in the ncheol for deaf nt r'olumbus, ()., is sptnding holidu) with her parents, Mr. Mrs. E. W. Morrow. Mr. and Mrs, Adolpli Reazley, has IS COMING TO THE FRONT Right now this Country is calling for men of stout hearts and sound bodies. It needs them to keep Old Cilorv triumphnnt and unsullied in the air. The exigency now confronting us emphasizes, as nothing idee could do, the imjiortarce (if good health, holli as nil individual and national asset. It gives point to the suggestion, often emanating from this office, that everybody should guard their health ns a priceless posWhen you find youraelt running down tind not exactly session. keyed up to the lighting pilch, as is the case with everybody ut times. You ought to come to Nature's relief ami take 11 course of "COM-CEL-SAR the the and Miss Legally lUinrnnteeil to satisfy you, or inenoy back If you'll do that, vou will not experience the discomflturu of being sent back horn? for lack of red blood when you answer tho call of the colors. sells at Olio Dollar lorthreee boxes, legally guaranteed for tha stomach, liver, kidney's, bowels, bladder, blood and Indigestion and headaches, rheumatism und nervousness. SCIENCE SOPE is best for HUMAN SKIN, only 10c n bar, 3 bars 25c. Try our COWIIOV LINIMENT, for all l'alns. bruises, burns, etc. 25c and 50c bottles. Ileulah Renzlcy and Mr. James Ilurton went entertained at u noon-dadinner Tuesday bv tho latteta mother, Mrs. bullie Ilurton of Madison county. Misa Ma 1'uwell, an elttcient teacher in tho Paint Lick High school, und Miss Anna Powell of Richmond Normal are nt home with Mr. and Mrs. C. I). Powell, during the holiday reason. Mr. Julian Anderson who has been with a publishing house in Akron, O., has returned to spend tho holiday with his parents Mr, and Mrc. C. W, An derson, Young Mr. Anderson has recently received u promotion in the clerical work of the oUice. STORMES DRUG STORE, Lancaster, Ky. Remedy Co. 3C Dukoto 3729-3- Jack-Whlte-Mo- on West Broadway, LOUISVILLE, KY. 3C DC Amon. m"'!HK't M'M Un" M""s GallilT and Lieut. 1 nomas timer Mahan Mr and Mrs George Robinson nnd solemnized nt 1 o'clock Thursday Mr and Mrs Joe Rohinmn spent Christ- - j afternoon nt the residence of the bride's mas day with Air and Airs Tom Slavin parents, Dr. Ancil Gatlilf and Mrs. of Paint Lick. iiiiuiosijurir, wnuuit oi jy. J'"" ,of the couple.although sweethearts for Air and Mrs John M. Fnrra and Miss Rev. E. F. Wright, pm'.or of the First! muni' Venr nn nm, nrc.litu.l tliip ,..v..wv ... .... ... . ll oiuiiii, Johneita are spending the Christinas ..n,i.,3i.!,... i. uiiii mini, tuin.-e- a rjii.ei InK " SCon 'traveling taupe suit, holidays with Mr Joe Rurnaides tnd Neal and Nadine Areh-- r were the The bride in a bridesmaids and Lieut, trwi . Perkir.s with ,,llt ,,,.,, family in the country. l() nnJ and Lfeut. Charlea Mavhall. who rr. never looked better in her life and the Miss Annie Margaret I'lkln, who is stationed at Camp .achary Taylor. Uoctor Is tr hc conKratulal(.(, on win. taking a business course in Smith Hus-ine- were the groomsmen. ni(1(, lhj, cbTmini, nnJ pnpuIar youc college at Lexington, is spenaing The bride is the youngest daughter lady. Airs. Alontgomery is the daugh-o- f the holidays with the homefolks. Ur. Gatliir. one of the wealthiest ter of Air. and Mrs. J. W. Ilryant and Rev. Frank Al. finder. Jr , has been men in the State, and is a descendant has lived in Rryantsville most of her called another year to the pastorage of ol one of the pioneer families of Ke. life. She is at present teaching in the . .. . .V ..I - , the rhurch at Hubble where he lia f i.ieui. iuiiun info i oi h very promi- i.ick uraued scnool and is num-- j preached for the past two years. nent family. He practiced Ity; prior to bercd as one of the most efficient teach- era in that institution. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Duncan, of his entrance into the nrtr-v- . Lieut. Mahan and Airs. Alahan left The groom is well nnd popularly-know- n Nichelasville and Mr. and Airs. Theo. throughout the county nnd enDuncan, of Lexington have been the on the afternoon train for Chicago. guieU of Mr. nnd Mrs. Sam Haseldcn Airs. Mahan wore H nmnrt traveling joys a lucrative practise. After their suit of khakl-i-ilore- d silvertone. tnin-me- il return from Louisville, they will go to on Hill Court. in collnr and gauntlet cuffs of haiH- - keepinsr in Paint Lick, where Air. G. H. Smith, circulating manaKolinsky fur; her hat was a brown they expect to reside in the future. ger of the Leader was in velvet turban, with small wings. The best wishes of their friends go the city this week, visiting relatives in After n brief stay In Chicago they with them ond wish for them a marthe rounty. where he is so Well and will return to Loiisville, where Lieut. ried lifi of unalloved happinsss, liopularly known. Alahan is at Camp Zacharv Another shipment uf knitted articles Taylor. CARD OF THANKS. from Fairview, Rryan'sville, Paint Lick The following letter from Miss Geor We wish to tike this means of exand I.niica9ter went off this week mnk gia .Moss who Is now nttending the pressing to our many friends and neighing now 151 sweaters, MA pairs, of sox State Normal nt Richmond, will be in- bors our sincere appreciation for their and 10J pairs nf wristlets. teresting to her many friend here; inter. t and sympathy extended to us Air and Mrs V. A. Lear, who had exRichmond Ky. Dec l'J, 181". during the darkest hours of our life, pected to visit during the holidays, Editor of The Central Record; occasioned hv the sudden death of our their daughter Airs Alnc Wilkins of As I am how at Eastern Kentucky dcur hustyind nnd father. Shelby. N. C, have dofcred their visit Airs. Thomas and Alfred Owens, State Normal School, and enjojing the j until later in the new year. ..work ard pleasures offered by it. I am! " Mrs. Jake White, who has been in going to try to give you n brief sketch , ii.,. i ii iuui.1.t rnn it iit tiiic nnt inn i the Graysville Sanitoiium in Tennessee ,.r I tin;i u ip una lULUitin. s for several werks wag operated on to o that others may he persuaded to day. She is doing nicely mid her many join me. Every morning at six o'clock every friends hope to see her out egain soon. one is awakened from their peaceful If you want a Thornhill wagon, see Air. nnd Airs. Fred Conn left lust slumbers by the ringing of the rising W. J. Romans and get prices. Monday for their new home near Wavneshurg. Ky., where they will go bell; nt the end uf thirty minutes an j Wanted Fifty Brown Leghorn year-- , other bell Is rungcalling ns nil tn break with the het wihes of their friend, fast, some answer with alacrity while ling hens. Al. II Dudley, Lancaster who regret to ee them lenve our others who might be termed "sleepy county. j Lost Pointer bird dog. White with heads" are often times woefully beProf. P. H. Hopkins, is spending the hind. In twenty minutes after the blacks tpecks nnd light brown ears. Christmus holidays, with hU parents at ringing of the breakfast bell another is , Information will be appreciated. S. H. Estes. Mbany, Cy.. who during the past week rung which Is the signal for every one hart the misfortune to loe their home to leave tho dining room, even if they n Sale Fifteen Barred For by firo and saving only a small amount hay- - not consumed the bounteous re- Rock pullets. Sl.l 0 each. Phone 47-of its contents. paet set before them. Rryantsville Exchange. After bVeakf.ist we return to our Air. John M. Mount ard Airs. .Mount Mrs. J. W. Alahan. rcoms until ven-twenty. and .Master John AIcRoherts .Mount Jr. Claisesj Marksburv. Ky. arrived from Atlanta last Sunday start at seven thirty with fifty minute morning and nre at the homo of Air. periods for recitation nnd ten minutes!' FOR SALE PRIVATELY. I Bnd .Mrs. J. R. .Mount on Lexington for intermission. Having changed my residence to avenue. We have chape! morning from s resiI nine-thirt- v until ten, although attend- - Danville. desire to sell my new Mr. James L. Woner. of Cameron property on Lexington avenue, it is dent Ale... but here where he orce at chanel Is not compulsory possession to be given January 1st, '18, formerly lived, was in rur city last well attended, after chapel, classes are J. E. Kevins. .Monday. He was called to Kentucky continued until twelve, nt twelve fifby the death of .Mr. Joseph Rogers. teen we have dinner whicn U n great NOTICE. event in the course ot the day. who died near Danville last week. At nnc-t-clashes are returned and A meeting of the stock holders of tho Airs. . S. Grinsleal nnd daughter, continued until four o'clock and at live Lancaster Building and Loan Associu-thirt- y Mis Anthnnctt. Messrs Charlrs Penwe have supper after which tion, for the election of directors and dleton ami llovce Hnnn. of SUnford. comes tho "Prom" until otlicers for the ensueing yeur will be Air. and Airs. William Pepples. of then from seven until y study i,ed in the offices of the Garrard Bank Covington, lire guests this week of Air. hou.-- are supwed to be observed. and Trust Co. Wednesday Jnnuarv 2nd, and Mrs. Rund. Iph Harris. Rut pleiwe d. imt think that nil of the ' RRS. D. A. Tromas, Secty. Privates Oscir Reazley. Rrogan Rob-ert- time at "Eastern" is spnt in working j Roht. L. Ve.ikey. Dense Evan, LOANS ON FARMS. A due amount .if our time is given j all of Camp Taylor, Louisville, nre with Unlimited umount of money to loun the hornu tolks duriiur Ihe Chnslmsi over ;o p.u ties, socials, games, etc. holidays. They are all the picture of i.vury monin me . w. c. A. (of " gooii larins. tail ue paid ctt any time. No loan fee charged. Ask about health and well pleased with the boldier which nhnost every student is her) gives a party. On Saturday even- - tllis 'KW l,la- life. ing ihe girls and hovs gather in the THOMAS. Major Stonewall Norman, of Paint Insurance. Lick wns In the city lust .Monday, hav- play loom of Sullivan Hull and under "eal Estate. ing jnt returned from Camp Shelby. the direction ot iliss Hurst, teacher of Physical Culture, wo play Rythmic, Hiss. He is now yn detach duty and Games, which consist of hopes to organize a company of State Guards In this county in tho near waltzing and Every term tho faculty gives a re- -' ture. caption for the students hut this time i Mr. Jonn M. AIcRotwrta enmein from the oidcr was reversed and the stud-- 1 Fort Thomas last Saturday, where ho ents entertained th faculty, at least has been stationed since his enlistment. ! they entertained them what time they GUTMr. AlcRoberta is in the medical depart- - weren't busy enjoying themselves, ment of the nrmv and has been ordered j The reception began at seven nnd to Atlanta, to which point he reported fiom seven until seven-thirt- y the uiual yesteiday. receiving line madeup of the Presidents ROOFAir. J. V. Arnold, recently of Birm- - ior "" ditreient classes, societies nnd Ingham, but now of Washington, Iowa, the Y. AL C. A. and Y. W. C. A. has joined his family here and are From seven-thirt- y until eight wo REspending the Christmas season witli were entertained by readings and musi Mr. and Airs, .lames Rurnside. cal numbers given by the students. He was accompanied by his brother, Mr, From eight until nine Rythmic games Dozier Arnold of Umisville. were played. The games were the event of the evening since Miss RobAir Louis Goins, son nf Air. R. Al. Going of Markabury. is ut home for a erts, dean of women, was go proud of Ventilating and us that she wanted "to show us off" to few days. Louis now has a lucrative the rest of the faculty. After the kinds of Tin Work. position in Indianapolis, where he Is games delightful refreshments were helping build the Liberty Motors which served, and then we played games he says are wonderful Inventions and Your business will again until nine forty live when wo are now perfected In every detail. appreciated. left after both faculty and students Hustling "Rott" Hnseldenlsat home had expressed themselves as enjoying for a few days having just returned themselves to the utmost. from Arkansas, where he Is making Such Is life at "Eastern" and those gord in the real estate business. He who do not tuke advantage of such a bad hardly landed before he took off life are failing to develop themselves. Thf mnrrintrn if Miia MtatnlU Ifru. ,, Ur. I!r81p nnt Montl;nmpry was , T,urMav ftl.rnonn. at Wihnore. Ky . the Rev. u. F. Conunt. of the Methodist church of that city lofTiciating. Dr. Glllispie and Miss Juan-wa- s itn J(jm,9 of tmt citVi 1)einK the ony attendants. The marriage came as a 'cornpcte sar)ril,c to tll0 many friend, ,0,.,m, - ....... rum mi 23 HEATING. TERING. ING, ROOF PAIRING, all ta P.B. WILLIAMS The Central Record, Thursday, Dec 27, 1917. SILO FACTS Ij Consider the stlo : It means larger profits from the cornflelil. It means less labor In feeding. It means bettor lienlth for tlio herd. It means n InrRer milk flaw from tbe dairy cow. It means more beef nt reduced, cost. It means less Kniln In tlio stock ration nnd more In the CARE FOR SEPARATOR The Evening Both children and Line-U- p grown-upi, soldier's ration. WORK HORSES AND SAVE MEN Expert of Missouri College of Agrl culture Outlines Plan to Solve Labor Problem. Labor Is the limiting factor In crop production this year. Horses are rela tlvcljr plentiful In comparison. O. II. Johnson of tbe department of farm miiungcment of tbe Missouri College of Agriculture suggests that farmers lay n anlde and tools and use those that require more horses so that more work per man can be done, One roan with three horses to a breaking plow will turn oyer three acres or less In a day. The same man with a gnng plow consisting of two bottoms will average 4 acres a day and will use one more horse, Thin means Hint by Increasing the one-mae h bed litre. It ward, on croup, Hop, tickling throat, and hacking cought, and mkci an othcrwiie feveriih, ilccp-le- ts night of coughlftfe .and diitreu, a quiet and restful one RROWNSVIt.LF, TEXAS. Mr. Cbaa. frier, writci t "Mir wlW would oo think ol wins any othtr coulb, medicine, ne Foley' Money and Tar la certain lo brla QukkrelxL It la especially effective la eaaea ol bad cousbe. aad we Slvn It to our children and recommend It nlwara aa a aafn remedy, lot ll contaiaa no opiates. cougha and coIJ, are all the belter for a dote of Foley's Honey and Tnr at with Public Sale Having decided to move to town, I will offer at Public Auction, beginning promptly at nine o'clock, on Unclean Machines Necessarily Cause Financial Loss. Crtam From Polluted Device Haa Poor Keeping Quatltlta and Soon Of- vtlopa Decided "Off Flavor" Rule, to Follow. (Prepared br the Unite J Htsles Department at Agriculture).) In tho care nnd tine of the crrnm separator tlio necessity of thoroughly drafting anil scalding It every time It la until cannot lie too Rreiitly emphaCream from an unclean separator haa very poor keeping qualities, toon develop n decided "off flavor" and second grade. Cream of thla kind bring financial Iom to tlie whether be la selling on a quality bnsla or not. Poor cream make 'poor butter and poor-- butter returns a low prleo to the producer, whether the creamery I or otherwise. The financial Ions rnunrd by unclean separators la frequently not fully ap preciated heeaune It la Indirect; It Is, however, none the lcn real, flood business management of the dairy therefore demand that the following rulea be observed In unlng a aeparntor: 1. I'ut the separator In n bright dairy room that can be ranlly cleaned and that la always frr from odor of all klndf. 2. Set the machine perfectly lrel and bolt It to a eolld foundation, preferably concrete. 3. Oil thoroughly each time It l used. 4. He sure that the parts nre properly assembled, then atart the machine gently slowly. ft. Maintain the proPr speed and keep an even preMUfe on the handle I at nil time. ft. MTien rvparation l completed, flunh the bowl with W quart of aklm milk or warm water. 7. Having net the cream Into cold water and disponed of jthe aklm milk, take the bowl apart ttrid rioe with wntrr. R Uirlng hot water, washing powd". and brnnhea, ecmh nil pnrt that como Into contact with the mllfe. P. I'.lnno with hot water, hen place In bulling water for a few minutes and hang up to dry. 10. Wipe frame of aeparanor and Iran the room. luke-war- sised. ea pur-dinn-er Stormes Drug Store. Explained. 'Do you believe love makes the world go round, professor!" "Ahem I Of course not I The earth first acquired Its rotary motion when thrown off from the sun In a nebulous form. Its centrifugal force being counteracted to a certuln extent by the superior attraction of the solar body from which It orlglnnlly emanated I" Saturday, Dec 29, 77 at my farm one mile North of Lancaster, on Buckeye turnpike, the following property to-w- it: stock one-thirone man can Increase his efficiency In breaking ground nearly 75 per cent. Investigations have actually shown that a man on u tiding Implement will do more work In a day than the sume man and the same team with Implements that require him to uulk. The use of bigger tools and thorough prep aration of seed bed will ulso cut down the time required for cultivation of the corn crop. Cultivation Is the operation which limits the amount of corn one man can grow. If a good seedbed is prepared, some time can be aved In cultivating the crop, and con sequently more acres can he grown. HANDY liorM Increase In Muskrata. an Illustration of how replr"' 1'iiivkrata Increase In some dlt tho Bavarian commission which i.irts on tie mutter says In Schltn-"nr- g In 1511 there were ten musk's -- nt- dor"t know who counted - -- ulille In 1013 the number had fused to about 300, und In 101G to than 1,000. la some places It If ' he energetic mukrnts had driven y tin- - water birds, "after destroy-;.- ' 'lie eggs nnd young had taken los-lt- i of the floating neits nnd con-'i- l ihem to their own use." Farm 4 '. One mare seven years old, gentle to drive and good worker; 1 mare mule, six years old, 15 hands high; 1 Shetland pony any child can handle; 1 aged family mare; 1 short horn milk cow, fonr years old; 1 Jersey milk cow, three years old; 1 short horn cow, six years old with young calf; 9 shoats weight about 90 pounds 1 thoroughbred Duroc brood sow, weight about 350 pounds SAFETY SPRING SEAT Contrivance Protects Driver From Severe Jolting and Eliminates Danger of Falling. For cultivators nnd certain other fann Implements, a seat hag been devised to protect driver from severe Jolting and to eliminate the danger of his being thrown from a machine. The seat post Is plv oted to the tongue and held In post tlon by three coll springs. One of these Is stretched between the tongue nnd the upper part of the seat post. at Pit IdaT I n FARMING IMPLEMENTS: One two horse wagon good as new; 1 top buggy and harness; 1 runabout, corn planter; cutting harrow; cultivagood as new; mower; hayrake; two-hortor; steel roller; drag harrow; double shovel; wagon harness; hoes; pitch forks; shovels and lots of other things to numerous too mention. n hay in barn,-- some fence Two or three tons of millet, cane and posts; 70 or 80 rods of slightly used wire fence; new apple mill; three barrels of apple vinegar; 1 tobacco frame; 1 grind stone; 1 corn shcller and many other things. Household and kitchen furniture. Terms made known on day of sale. se aflections; Throats and Bronchial soothes, heals and gives quick relief. ajpoia oy an druggists This fifty year old remedy eases Sore soy-bea- PIQ FEEDING IS PROFITABLE Nebraska Station Finds Alfalfa Hay aad Corn Best Fseds for Fattening Don't Qrlnd Corn. for Couflhs s Colds A vigorous Stomach, perfect working Liver and regular actins Bowels, if you New Life Pills. will use Dr. King' have a They correct Constipation tonic effect on the eystem eliminate poisons through the Bowel. 25c Kecayonr Stoaach ana1 Liver Heiltky "And By Golly Boys" Capt. Am Bourne, Auct. J, T. Henry, i K SI IH feeda for fattening bogs for proflt at trie Nrbraeka station. Pica fed on this Alfalfa bay and corn were the best Safety Spring Seat the frame. This arrangement prevents undue movement In any direction and supports the seat without Its having n .rigid connection. Popular PAINT FOR FARM BUILDINGS while tbe other two extend dUtconally to either aide, connecting the .scat and TOBACCO TO THE Avoid Cheap Imitations and Use That Made of Linseed Oil and Ground Lead Color Is Important. 1 I ft Fattening Hogs for Market. Bo not use any cheap Imitations of paint. Tbe best pulnt In made of linseed oil and ground lead. Some think Hint the paint Is Improved by n small uddltlou of zinc. An unpalntcd build- ,lng will not withstand the elements v long as u building that Is painted whenever It requires pulntlng. IndiH-It would seem us though paint would protect n building for a hundred years or moru If properly applied at the right time. The color of paint Is Impertnnt. Do not Indulge In gay one-tent- h Lancaster Tobacco We Pay ration did not gain as rapidly as thoso fed on tankage nnd corn, but made u better nhovtlnK In cost of ruin. Corn won valued nt TO cout u liudjfl, alfalfa at $10 n ton and tnnkace at t2M per 100 pounds. The test shoued that It doca not pay to grind corn for pigs. Tlinne fed on ground cum mutlv Ihe slowest nnd most expensive gains. Where ground corn und alfalfa liny were uwit the cost per 100 iHiuuds gnliui wan nearly f 2 per 18 100 pound more than where dry shelled corn nnd alfalfa were fed. i MAKE BARNS MORE SANITARY Inside Adds to At- colors. Formula Suggested for Whitewash to Do Applied 'GARDENERS SAVE OWN SEEDS Little Time Spent In Selecting Dest Early Specimens Will Improve Varieties. Many gardeners eavo their own seeds, but they are not very careful ubout selection, using nil tho plnnts for the tnble that ure wuntcd nnd saving the seed from what huppens to be left. As a consequence. In n short tractiveness. Warehouse IX STANFORD STREET. time the variety In "run out," the term used when, seeds propagate weak, Inferior plants. A little time und enro In saving the best enrly specimens will Improve the varieties, Instead of Injuring tbem. GRADE ALL MARKET PRODUCE Neatness and Cleanllneee Are Hteonv mended In Preparing All Farm Truck for Gale. (By UcrtQT CADT. AatocUtt Pjrtloul- turlst. university irsrm, au i u.produce Do not fan to srrade all brine a audi oM. Bran potato An iippllrutlou of vthltowanh will muko stuhli-- und farm buildings moru xanltnry mid nltriictlvc. l'nr limlda nppllrutlon tho follnnlug formula It suggi-stitl- : Sluke Willi boiling wutcr u liulf-busliof atono lime. Cover lille slaking und strain. Add one peck of suit dissolved nnd throo pounds of ground rice, boiled and thickened. To this add SO quarts of water and allow to stand for three dujg. Tho mlxturo way then be applied with n brush. CUTS COST OF MAINTENANCE C. A. SPEITK COMPANY, MGRS. ID Breeding Animals In Qood Thrifty Condition Insures Reasonable Level and Production. A good thrifty condition In breeding animals keeps tbe cost of maintenance at a reasonable level and Insures maximum production. Such condition may the Highest Market Price and Unload the Same Day. No Commission Charged. Phone 308. BRANCH HOUSE AT MORELAND AND I; price when veil traded than all color We placed la tbe aame pckaf t Neat asd cleuillneu pay la Barkatufl jaa watt M 9ftr plaaea, .when tsio.ll and I arte and letter PAINT LICK, KY. nu be had by Judicious use of roughage and pastures. Clover or alfalfa hay, rye or blue grass pasture that has not been grated closely will cut the grain requirement of tbe brood sow In winter. Cora silage with cottonseed meal will maintain bj lng cattle In winter. n The Central Record, Thursday, Dec 27. 1917. INCREASE McL IN PRICES j " ALLEN liEIATT, Asst Mfir. Walnut Street Wnrchouse. JOHN S. VAN WINKLE. i ISI JESSE imals Show Advance of 52.7 Per Cent In Year. Secretory. W. OVERSTREET. Asst Mgr People's Tobacco Wnreliousc. CARDS. MM HW 0 0 0 01 CI0MIMMM Sheep, Lambs and Hogi Have Far Exceeded Deer Cattle, Veal Calvea and Chickens In Upward Price Movement. by thr t'nltnl Slnlrn Drpsrt-m- nt of Agriculture.) Price riTi'lviil liy farmer fur mint f f'-.-T showed nn Increase nnlmnl IK-- r crnt In n yenr, according to tin latest report to the V. S. department nf agriculture. Tlie report for cuttle, sheep, nml hogs la for the yenr ending -r September 15, nml for chickens, O'rfpdN'd 1. Tin1 ndvnnce for beef rattle per 100 pounds, live weight, wn from frt..Vi to $8.40, or 2S per rent ; for veal rnlvr per 100 poiimlii, from fS."7 t $11.0S. or 91 per rent ; sheep per 100 pound", from jn.2.'i to $10.05, or (11 per rent: tnmha per 100 H)iinil, from $S.22 to $1.1.0(1. or f0 xt rent; hog tor 10O pound, from $0.12 to Jlfi.fH. or "0 per rent, nml chicken, from H.3 to 11.1 rent per l"'Und, or 27 per rent. Sheep. Inmtn, nml hog have fnr eireedetl hrf rnttle, venl calve, and chickens In Hip upward price movement nt the point of production. Rex Oarage A. D. UKADSIIAW, 1 Prop - Agent for Exclusive Rl f" It" r.ADC 1 Open Day and Night. Phone 66' Quick nnd Satisfactory Service Dr. Wm. Office D. Pryor, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. at Itainey Lancaster. s Livery Stable. -Kentucky Phone 25,000 Lbs. Averaged $32.10 Thursday Other Dajs Show Average About as Good. Now is the Time to Sell will continue auction nates every day, excepting Saturday and holidays from that ante on. Ynu can rest assured that Danville will Our be the highest market in this section, aa we are the closest market to the largest and manufacturing plants in the world. accomnodations for both man and beast are as good as the beat. The loose leaf floor plan is tne beit and only wjy of marketing tobacco to inure the blithest dollar to the grower. These facts have been demonstrated in Virginia. North and South Carolina, where they have been selling tobacco on this plan for the past fifty years. Drive your wagon to the Danville market. You will always find some one to attend to your wants, your tobacco. All the large factory buyers and welcome ou. During the aale we will do our very best to get vou the highest market price will be on hand on first day of the sale. We have experienced men in all departments to look nfter your interests, including two of the finest inauctioneers in this or any ither state. Our charges fcr aelling tobacco will be the same as last year. The fact that everything else h creased makes no difference here. The warehouses do not buy tobacco except on sale at auction. We do a stricty commission business. Free stables and no rejection fee. Appreciating your past patronage, wc hope you will see your way clear to bring us your tobacco, guaranteeing you the.highejt market prices, absolutely accurate weights and an all around square deal. 229. I 8 to ,.a:. u v"""""u,Dlltol-7to'Jp.- 12 m a.m. M. K. Denny and W. A. Wheele: Doctors Of Dental Surgery. Office: The highest price at the farm per 100 pound, lire weight, rencheil during the yenr uniler review, wn $1.70 for beef rnttle In May. $11.0S for veal September, $10.15 for rnlve In heep In liny. HXW for lamb In lest September, $15 Kl for hng In last September, nml 18.1 rents per pound for chlckeni October 1 of thin yenr. Tho Intent farm prlco .reported la the highest one of the yenr for vrnl rnlvea, lamb, line', and chicken: the liny price win the ldghrlft for beef call! Stormci UiilldliigoTei Hurt A Anae. on', urmtnre 8iore, LANCASTER, KENTUCKY, lt The Wayenberg Line of Work Shoes for Men and Boys. Best by test. Every pair guaranteed. nml sheep. IMPORTANT EFFECT Demand for Horse - IBBWe G. C. COX. Manse.Ky OF WAR Haa Net Been So ay Great Many Believed, toys Expert. fr J. A. Beazlev MINERAL DIRECTOR Office Over National Hank. Residence 1'hone 3. Office Phone 27 LANCASTER, KY. Thnt the effecj of the voir nn the ilemnnd for horie ha been Importnnt a muny perbut not o fnrift-nrhln- c son hnve berft led tn tielleve. la the opinion of lip. C. W. SIcCnmpbell, in the lege, Khd-a- a prn(rMir of animal husbandry State Agricultural col-- . "SIncjrthe beginning of tho war approximately 1,000.000 bone have been exposted from the United State," nld uoiuer wnen mmMicreu in iu nKrv jgate, but vtben compared with the total PEOPLES I. M. Dunn, Straw aa Food, rtoth wheat and barley at row wer ued by the undent Hebrews, rblelly na fodder for the horse, rattle and raniels (Oem-sl2.1:25; I King 1:28; Ixnluli 11:7; 05:25). There la no Inti mation that straw was ued for litter. Antiquity of the Safety Pin. In fnimlniit That the Hlttltea ui-rcommtitiicutloii wild tin- - otlur ntiil.ww la shmvn by the fact Hint Kgjptlati fccuraha nnd amulets. 1'lioonlclan pot-ter(Ireek terra cottu figures are found In the tnmln of different period. Hrouze daggers mid Jewelry nro fairly common, ami Woolley proudly showed me ii wifely pin, 3.000 years old. that would Mill work. Some xtone-ng- e pottery, with the wry undent emblems of thunder, or of the weather god. wns found In Km original kiln. Christian TOBACCO WAREHOUSE Incorporated COMPANY H. J. PATRICK, Dentist. Kentucky. President Eliminates Headlight Glare. eliminate the glare of automobile headlights covers the front of the electric bulb and diverts the rays of the loner half wi they are added to the light thrown by the upper half of the reflector. A novel device tn Danville, Kentucky. Abraham's Chair. The origin of chairs Is lost in the dim pint. The Jovh legends declare The undersigned hereby g've warnHint Abraham made n chnlr with his own bands f'om n tooth that fell out ing to all persons not to trespass upon of the mouth of Og, a huge giant In bis our lands tor any purpose whatever us employ. we will prosecute all offenders to ful lest extent of 0 law. Hunters and. Fishermen especially take notice. to Meet Trouble. How Ed & N B Trice it. L. Elkin Rise above miall things, snys a J. C. Uigsby. woman writer. Tho woman who lets 11. 0. Arnold. John Tatum. small thins worry her will be com- Mrs. E. L. Frazee T. It. Slavin. pletely undone the first time she meets It. L. Arnold. U. U llarker. with a really big problem. It Ik dis- C. M. Moberly. integrating to mr mental nnd ticrwms js. C. Uigsby. IJ. M. Lear. condition, not to Mention jour phys-Ic- Julia Parks Sirus Daily. condition, to worry. Paint Lick, Honaker POSTED Fine Cut Flowers. John M. McRoberts. J.E. EDWARDS, M.D Phone 365-- Pereheron Stallion at Beltavllle Farm. borxo population It haa not been parcent of the ticularly large 214 whole or one out of every forty horse. "The Un trd Slntea government boa not made hcuty purchao to date and the lateit Information from the quartermaster genernl'a office state that only horse from to ten year old weighing from IO0 to 1.SS0 pound are being purchased. Herald. "Tho llrltlxh demand n neater. l'r When He Falls. "As fur ns I kin understand de question," mid Uncle Ilbcn. "un optimist la nil right outll he gits de Idea that he kin git along bj furatshln' de cheerfulness while Miiuehody else does de work." Washington Star. Kindness. Every kind act, word, thought or Impulse continues In Its Influence for-ee- r, ' brightening nnd sweetening the world, and eve- -; evil deed or thought permanently destroy u purt of the sum total of human happloess. j BUCKEYE, KY. I You need nut A. L. (Sibbs. J. U. Nnvlor. be resigned fi faie nor slip your W. S. Ferguson, Mrs. J. Wade Walker troubles off ns Tie old friend duck's Mrs. Kmma Iligginbotham. boek throws waier. lint jou ran meet troubles "ltli ti will to rompier them James M. White and wife. We will add other names for 2." cents or adjust them- - nnd, after that, "they , cash. should worry." but uot you. Hardy Flowering Plants ans Bulbs For Fall Planting smoother, better-mnde- , hcttcr-giilte- and sounder horse than the French and have been willing tn pay more for their horse. Moat of the hori.es taken have weighed less than 1,100 otind.i a type for which there Ih very little coinmer-cln- l demand. Mnrkrtmcn rxpreaa the opinion that Ihla clans of hornoH would ,lio celling for $.0 per bead lewi were It not for the war demand." IPREVENT DISEASES ON FARM Deposit Now You would not Lota of Young Animate Can Be Re duced by Cleaning Out Stable and Disinfecting. A good Job for the first rnlny day. Kroiu a to 10 per cent of the young antmala are lost each year from Mich Infectious discuses as rulf KCours. bog (cholera, blackleg, contagious abortion, .iinvel III of sucklings, distemper and Ivtlicr Infectious diseases. Deduce this loss of young animals from Infectious diseases by cleaning the stable thoroughly and disinfecting I with whitewash to which has been iuuueu - per cent cruue curuouc acid dip. This Is 'or 0 per cent coal-tu- r ruslly applied to tho walls, celling and floors with u spruy pump. think of canning Beans in February, Because there are no beans to can 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 rain.. FURNISH CHICKENS PURE AIR i BANK YOUR MONEY NOW. We offer you our services to help you to save. Million Dollars. Total Assets One-Fourth Windows of Hen Houses Should B Kept Open During Middle of Day During Severe Weather. Open the hen houso windows In all except tho severest weather, during the (middle of tho day, so that the sun and lair can get In and purify the house land give the fowls plenty of good air i to breathe. If they can bo made to exercise vigorously while the windows are open, they will not suffer any harm from the cold, even If It U severe, and ytll be healthy.. Peoples Ban k Lick, Kentucky. Paint $2.00 worth of hardy plants and bulbs for fall $1.00. Write for particulars and FREE HUNTERS TAKE NOTICE. FALL FLOWER ROOK, which tells and when This Agreement Witnesseth; That what to plant, how to plant to plant. in order to protect the game on our I SINGER, THE FLORIST I lands for a period of three years we bind ourselves not to hunt thereon, nor HARRODSBURG, KY. ROUTE, P. permit anybody else to do so, and we further agree to prosecute with dili genco all persons who violate the game Road". laws of Kentucky or trespass upon our lands for the purpose of hunting. And we further agree to act as Deputy North-bounGame Wardens for the purpose of car No. 10 Cincinnati Express, rvlng out this agreement. Except each daily 4:30 a.m of us have the right to kill rabbits on No. 4 Spe cial, daily 6:03 a.m. our .'arms or permit it to bo done by another under our supervision, or the No. 28 Blue Grass Special, daily except Sun...C:08 a.m. supervision of some responsible and No. 14 Carolina Special, reliable ierson selected by us. daily 7:00 a.m No. 6 Local Express, dally 1:35 n.m. This November 15th, 1915. :t. L. Elkin, J. E. Robinson, No. 2 Cincinnati Limited, daily Ino. M. Farru, 5:20 n.m. W. II. Rrown. IV. II. liurton. Alex Walker, No. 12 Royal Talm, daily.. 5:37 p.m. South-bounilaselden liros.. T. A. Elkin J. II. Daltou. F. AI. Tinder, No. B L o c a 1 Express. daily John II. Smith. Logan Hubble, 11:05 a.m. (I. M. Deshon, No. 11 Royal Palm, daily..U:20 a.m. J. N. Ross. Fisher Herring, II. II. Cox. No. 1 New Orleans Llm- Hughes Ilros, Red, dally J. W, Sweeney, 11:35 a.m. Withers Ilros. W. M. Maban, No. 13 Carolina Sneelal. William, Marcus and Jim White. daily 10:15 n.m. Ii. F. Wilmot. Spe J. U. Pope. No. 3 Fred J. Conn, Mrs. David Chenault. cial, dally 11:35 n.m. J, iV. Elmore, W. It. Cook, No. 9 Spe Rankin, T. Huffman Ilros, cial, dally 11:52 D.m. Sam Cotton, Wm. G, Anderson, No. 27 Blue Grass Spe T. M. Arnold. Jr. W. D. Moss cial, daily except R. E. Henry, Jno. M. White, Sunday, arrives. 8:15 p.m. A, D. Ursdshaw, Bright Herring. For rates, routes and information It. L. llarker. Scott Huffninn call upon or address M. J. Coushlln. Wm. and Lizzie Onstott. agent; 'phone 310. Southern Rail Danville, Ky. a Florida TheCeritra Record, Ihursday.vDec 27j!9 7A -- " ' t t -- OF- FARMER'S COLUMN LIVESTOCK i this bMtfinf Is tot ! eiolu-i- f pin ut oaf Ur mtr iubet1lr, slid 1 lor iV.V of c.otv tmiunivl mei ihmu on n? Irfti t the, trtmtr Win not flord to tter . to. w."l."i Meeptefl oer lour TlUywCHlrln wo IiinM 61 the V FOU SALE: Four Ued thiroc tniltr hifRf. Weight 1M pounds; J- - II. Thomnon. Prescfiersvilfe. if mi .lu i" n.T'oioordodd furrow ei.. nun oi IIIHHltaVllAh icno mine, Hli.1 Af greaiesisigpa on. ih flatter, UniK ,2. plow In narrow Jarids not' 'over four rods, 'wide sb that, there will ho u dead furrow or a hack furrdw every two rods. ' 3. Plow' twice in the dead fur- n'rov Where It crown- - ,,, ridge, T.i t.. flima'. t.t 1 .... $ hear the outlet to create" h fall i' Pood t I Situallon nemanis That H. HI.! ll talk I J HIIIIIIUIB UU I1UI Ikt-t- l. BUILD NOW! i. ' '' XJuylna 4- i , T Supply. U Rapidly Being Depleted and. Serleua Condition Will Develop Unleat Conservation Meat- urea Are Taken. . ' IK ,1 1 to rnlso more pits, Inmli's, colts, cnlvwi TJnusuoI'condltlons tnnke.it possible to Set twice ns 111116I1 lumber ns I and chlckent next yonr than you did .Nyou tlld In mK for the same amount of farm prtnluce;- - ' thl. year. Vo you know th? w,orldls belncHeplcted of Us llvo attmlj nvcstincnt?ln.uibp.rmi(l the plncinjt-o- f new bfiildinus 6u'.' Vour 'i Keep your plirrtwJnir.' For Sale A few extra c;ood Mam- -' No Fear of Difficulty In .Eradicating '' property, will increase its value out of nil proportfoti td tlic 'luni- should weigh 200 pounds at KlKinohUid a Farmers Have Trouble In Cut Phbne 4(1 moth Krone Turkey. 4 of ago and they an worth SlO.a, hW ting Second Crop. 1,e'?cost, ' Mrs Jan Sutton, Bryantsvllle, Ky. 5- I drwlhowi Ten "coW pigs ore wdrtfi wprld's jjrentest building mnlerlol-h- ns MOO- ' ndvanced muchs farmers hesltnte to plant sweet Ltimber-th- o ' FOIl SALE One walnut bed and' Someon ''" yonphojM nil the nlalfilor than any other inqterinl used for bulfdini!. clover Oiclr farms for fear they will I mittre pi,? two walnuMiureaus. ;v Oimcilty In eradlcntlnR It whn clover, they will eat winter and 'stwr ' 151. .Miss rannle West. . Ol , - ihem skim lor. . i tnPr. i. . i i . . . ii i . . i. . v. ....... V TSouble value.cah bad without sacrificing qualiiV and t , n n it . . annually ly hnn- - Il Koma grain:. or aajthlnk cliw yoj l.lfrv s....w J-- v t be'r of'tbdoy is'better than ever before. a number or pairs of Rood Tho.reMilts nhtalntxl 1 nave 4. nre sunlelent proof but bosiiro to sire, them nil thy farmeri v nnd Vork mu!en to loan v ' thnt thpro I no rnundAllon ror Hticni eat. J. I. Hamilton, fear; tn inct, frtrmers nre experiencing . Keep the calves growing. Give them j get the pick. some grain, sepprnte miu, nnu the For a!e About. three doten White much difficulty inputting high urst cropiI all the.gooa ha,y they irora eat', 'Veal can that, the tho second season. so Nrotlilhgls' indre important than conservation nt'tliis timeand mliWO ; ' " V. . " ',UV " . 'A' Wants wHI notibe killed. The new l,'noy. worth 10 cents ft ,luuni V. grain, stock and implements must be properly shcjti'redjft-- t ' ' ex. airs j. o. uoty, marxsourj-- jvy. flf gwoet cl() er. unlike that offgooil yen't torth;?35.; 1 Feed lue lamoa well. They nre rnl clover nnd alfnlfn. must come wotth $ "apiece 'lihd' vool la Worth! 011 thP StU,,Wi; S0 rn,m 11,0 bUJ, Opportunity uiich "as you have NOW may nevcr.'come ngain. Af- VlULibj. from-- 00 cents to 70 cents a. pound. CARTERS nen the plants are cut below these ' , hi War.Jumber prices may be higher. J biids l;lllcd. As sweet Feed they cow's we)!. Ket'if them they will be r M1V1 MoarieJ'arson visited Mis Vir-- , clover IS n bleiiolnbi the plant die as milking. You mny dislike ti see them are Rivihtf ynu'this information in the right spirit with a de ' cat so much, buCplense. gKeMhelu all , soon ns tho fwd crop Is produced. Kle Conn, last SunJay. sire to'ece you buy when you can get more (of vour farm growth pf they can ent nil this time, The price, 'M' When the first year' i Mfs. liobert -i prouuee. turnH, un(,cr for of milk, butter And cheese, la going ( Ij) dom. ff ,( t ItooplatstTTldayniKht I green manuru It Is recommended that out of sight: Itutterfat way be worth M k LIJ1, Mr. and Mrs, It. C. Boaln madey-the Held Im nlowetf ifter. the plants SI n pound before long. Feed ami handle the Jnhre miOhnt Lx. business trip to Lancaster laitMondsy- - have made some growth tha following you will snve alt the. 'colts "next sprlnjjTFtly. v Miss Florence and Mr Patrick Creech uprlns.rnther thau In the. fall Of the When thtr Urst yiar' Good hordes ntv worth- - $75 n. head Jij;-- ' v Inst' iwiro&SfvdtnK. visiteif'Mr, anil Mrs. JelT Davis plowed under the. same fall morn than the5 were a veitr ligo, Sunday tught. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY lie en- good hor? Is; worfli $SO0.. "ihaiiy'of- tlie plants will not Hiteei Ayii Morgan an.f Gertrude tirely covered, nnd Nhese will make a 'A 3iuher visited Miss Florence Creecli vigorous growth the following spring'. COLTS INJURED DRIV last Thursday niKht. When the plowing is ueiaycu until ine growth tno roi- - Dr,iMeCampe, i. ,nM, state M"r. Felix Creech, who has been In .plants Imvouide wi. ue c T(tlt How Young Animal Mdnfana .fdrY pUmb-r,o- f years, tcj lowing spring no tr. ui.u .... . ' should De Treated, turri'td home fait week- j tiertrpde Slushor vIij has bei'P. sJMRORTANCE OF QUEEN BEE Ml Colts" aw Hometlmin1 Injured by toacjiine schooj witurned tii' her (huifiV, drivers or men. who try T, inf,Lxingtofi tcjhome folks. atnrtlng to work Her. Duty Is Simply to Lay Eggs tc to .do. too am! Sin. Mr. uiid Mm. (jeorgu Davis tbeia. Ther seem to thing that, Keep Up Supply of. 'Honey' GathIn Colony. colt Is largo ho cnu do us the erers Dura UnvU and Mr. urul lira. It. U. i.iurh as tli? mature, horse. Boaln visited .Mr. and Mrs. 3ynuru! 'Clvo Uje- - colt light work," ml vise queen s the ouly perfect female The. , ......... ...u.u,. . Dnvltt. last Sunilsy. WtiiVllkp lo Im Inj (Inauclnl lxtsl- McCampell, noclatb profeij-- . iimi-Hit' hive and usually there'is only Jlr, wwifu ""il. 2Ioit k ihe Mpuliu- - nnmew filled his recularj la rjev. R P. Uy art i'oung men ran aid tu the concer- vral klndt .of naull flow er!n.i Vnnts kmcal onbusre fine, to u colony... Hec duty Is simply tor of aulfnal.litisnandryJn thtv Kati'Tjgn,whtn'e"fak appointment at Vhitf Lid; Baptist to lay eggs to, keep tip thts'Mipplyo! was ,Statrf((AgrfrtiUurat, college. " "Thodo.,imc-1everrindrlc current by Willi h fliiiiflili lit alai.il plnces-- la 'lwdr thrro monllw J vntlon of coal nnd calls at u, patriotic itiopntflluous chdrch last .Satuiilay uud Sunday. tiees In the hive. It Is possible.; for a colt bo prcimrd. for the (a'w ,'ij)i nil llm'Tegularl'ty! at clocknrk. , Wnnlifittlnj thelf and wet districts trnV ,l,,llr-he. is tOjrtoIUH best. LJb- - rtn-fi- 'i TueM Wuj a larutr crowd in ettondence. queen to lay ueVeral thousand egg In.- - son's wirk-l' lVMhKn every ,lrt iiemU h ccr' of iiHwiifcj v( grrnt riervlcf) In retain Jo 'Muffe' placed .irhoto, Vfrnlts ,ln I tns,l) jroter a Oil jirctrnllng suddeu on tho "inen'u. ihjoiin'l main ! tal nmoant of sleep. lit luburgh it day, depositing them singly 'In the vral grain. feeUS); should begin n'fttwAfcrwtoa' (llilii, SlatiyvJiiahdat. J of brood Cells. If Micse' csgs weeks byforo the Workstnrts. A tluve- " '. ywirKild colt liandled la this lnaniter BOOKKEEPING niter n few weeks preparatory workv. - x. ': Buslnau.Hhonaaraphy tylll be able, to do conwderaMe worki TYPEf KITING and ' hut of course; bfftfipuhl lieglveojt dajji TELEGRAPHY . piwmhv on rest fieeaaionai4.vBiiHaBitsssV iBHB mmmm "Cnufloif &'oWbVt&erilt to tyf Ilr worh'Ue,coVatfnrrlere:Jr,lllnC' n4 n"w, ,geot'wc(neyv'brolreiijwIpd, snl woibd for tn?rf mri or other L, Uini WIUtCK R. XHITU.LuIbc venous touuiu-YJui;)ruuuuiy"wvuiiT i pit Uie'horsVout olf'bu5lDesB''f6rf;Sn' li ' ri'ntlrA neifiinn" ; . seed won first I ted hemp seed prize at Agriculture Fair Viltn Kv NEW CROP OF SWEET CLOVER It. I). McMurtry, Iluena , tOIl SALE River bottom cuttlvi-Thi- s .W,vv'vwwv. , toward the surface.. I ''Br , It. Vf. Ct.MiK, Coloraao s aM Artfi$ liimbt--r tit "thtVtl'niei ts tl-.- unan -' Ticre nre scvvrnl very best Investment' oii ever mnik'. 4 3 reasons. 1 J 1 . f - v- ,.. ,,, -- tmikl . t L. the-lum'- . r ! 1 s " xl 'ft . r...ui):M:..'r'.. a W;o j. A. H. BASTIN & SON.' - 1 - it much-whe- build: now 11 w y -- f HiU'fiy-bnhilii- ictte-Ttmt- n. ' ' -- rr I, i.r -- ..- w n ' "v' ARMY Vehicles Bear uwners' (fmei In England, nil ru'rts amf wagons tniut liepr- - the' owjitr- imni e, imd ;ud-ire- e ' P , wsi' Viih ii A D Mules WANTED Five to nine years old. Queen Cells and Work Cells. before hlglwuy. " vr?r: bejuir-use- d. 'Jo -- lpu't)tie It bus been foind' lluit typtvHUni?f. ,. t ....IV... .,...i,ii...t ,i...i- - ..... UUlttlflt U lV within-verdct'ilH depositee .recent irtip ninny lines nrtIlh uihtr and seV.' t lines hate cimiidcFely disppearc4) ,,t, 1 'w a1 t ' r 'f M 1 r.-f- v 'I i ft 4 V. . tToo'Partlcular. - r Weight W 1000 to 1200 pounds. BURTON Tlie plrl .who ..thinks iMircv of her sro not feftlllxed they develop' Into .CTVlU'fre0 WTily.Hifn 1 ,e,u' ' (I rones ; when fertilize.! hey deyeb-- r "i quceua jiTOirdlnsrHr-- . int o worker bees "VV. .' . n tune or tc'y'Ojomvi to the treatment tjicy nirhe.. nil of the fertilized vzzs are left lb cellu kuojyn the crillnnry-slze- d worker wll uSd prpdiico AvOrkc'r be'cy, f Making Bulgarian .MUK,. rfi V.,r fu- - nf .I ..JX ' shown III lh" lllltr,,flnn ,,r.. I.nllf n' Tilt milk of tllO UulgllfltlUS " ovur ,,lu Vorld for Ita su-- J scries of nrdtecllnir wMls. . TocetherWW" P. with thlx, 11 spiral, food .s given toMr or nutritive quai;iy. i n lauiMoy x; n 10 ine un. mo rnriu tVe lan';i whfn, It- - hatches. utut-'Icourse of days u iiftj'eti bee conies L"' 'f 'o germs tinder ttu.aitIou of, ,1liu ultru violet rays being nucli Ihnti fprth. Thcii It becomes lry .they, tire In hlgli ly concentrated form. Tfinirsday, Jan 3rd, 1918 RAIN OR SHINE BEGINNING AT f 10:30 A. M. r,una uf feand, bivc the"'''' CD On the premises we present you the opportunity to purchase at the high dollar the improved 103 acre form of Geo Broaddus, situated two and one-ha- lf miles South pf Paint Lick, Ky., Graded Schools. Lying as It does on both sides of the Gillispie Turnpike road is capable of subdivision and will be offered In sepueii;, arate tracts of,. about 50 acres each and then as a whole. Good dwelling of about six rooms, good stock barn aitd IMPROVEMENTS: j a good eight acre tobacco barn, This farm lies well and in good state of cultivation, no waste land and about 50 acres in grass. POSSESSION to be given at once or within 10 days from dote of sale and vender to be given ample and necessary time to dispose of his tobacco and corn, m crops on the. placs; TERMS: S5000 cash in hand on delivery general warranty deed of con. veyance and balance in three equal payments maturing with 0 percent interest two and three years. from date i in-on- e, Stocl, Implmnts and Grain. Til ' PAYERS . Live .Stock, Implements and Grain. . T ,' isssB ' All TPaxes.not paid by January 1st, will be . vjeMsd lov sle. Th.is: applies to all. a"u6 ,'.'i-V..l- i ? W r;"V 1BJ.LURD,;JR. SJIERip 3: i At the same time and place, we will sell the following items of personalty, for tfio high dollar; One sjx year old mare mule: 1 six year old horse mule; 2 horse mules, one coming two year old nml' tlie' ether' coming three yeurold respectively; 1 good family horse coming 10 years oldr2 go):l 'milk cbws t good ' short lioru bull call. FARMING IMPLEMENTS: One good (life harrow. I good Dming binder;- 2 turning plownf, good, e wagon; 1 fet Wagon .harness. cultivutor: 1 drag harrow; good GRAIN; Uetween HO and 75 barrels of corn, shocked and slip shucked! crlbed on, (he farm. TERMS The personalty. Items of $20,00 or less, cash In Imnd. over that "imiount. on six months time, uccepting negotiable bankubln notes witli.six percent interest, waiving interest ii puidTthln 60 ' days from date t t t Hn tmr mU tliiff;ilp Tbla la vnlitnhlH nronrtv ntenlv Innnto.l nmi tu t,n ,ln l ...n l?. For further particulars call on or nddress the Jkjl f 1 two-hors- -- ' ' A- - Thomas Realty x. m&iJl jfi 'i V.. ia VKMw.- -