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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): January 3, 1918 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1918 cen1918010301_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): January 3, 1918 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1918 $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. m TWRNTT EIGHTH YEAR LANCASTER. KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON. JANUARY 3. 1918. C. E. ELECT OFFICERS. of the Christain En dcavor Society Inat Sunday evening nt the Christian church, the following officera were elected to perve for the ensuing year; Mm Kutli Carrier, Prcs Ident; Mr. Val Cook, Vice President; Mr. Wm. F. Mlllrr. Kecty & Treaa. a meeting NUMBER 40. I Our line of stoves id complete, consisting of the Stoves Laundry Stoves. desired shape. BANKS HAVE LOTS OF MONEY. At the close of business, December 31st, l'J17, the statements of the three At .Great Majestic Range, 'Cast Ranges, Hot Blast 'Heaters, Cannon and A complete line of Pipe, Elbows, Dampers.ctc We manufacture our pipe and can make any bunks in Lancaster, show deposits of over one million dollars. Ileside two splendid banka in the county, Lancaster can and does boast of three of the most WORK MULES FOR SALE. substantial Imnks In or.y city of this size, and never before have they been We have 30 good work mules for aale In n more prosperous condition than three and four Jeara old, nil mares ex now. cepl four. Will soil single or In paira. Some extrn good, teams MORE of mare mules readv for tho plow, all NO CALLS broken, J. 1". Kobinson. UNTIL FEBRUARY IS. Lancaster. Ky. HI THE UNIVERSAL CAR III Let us have your order DIXIE FLYER CIGARS. A dispatch from Washington, says Wu are indebted to our irood George II. Harris, for a box of "Dixie river cigars, which Ins good road the N. C & St. I.., are sending out to their friends. Henrire Is the Division Pawenger Agent of thia road, with headquarters at Atlanta nnd we hope aime day to see him lu president. that I.'rovost Marshal General Crowder, friend. has notified all state Governors that there will be no more formal calls for deferred percentages of the present quota of the National Army men, be fore February 16th. That la. nil men who have been call ed, but whose order numbers are ao low, that they nre not nctunlly incamp, win gel me tienelll or the new classi fication. 11 Haselden Bros. Garage. ..j"' II UNION SERVICES. Conn - Brothers. IBS t LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. will be the price of the Gounsp-JoumTor ai 1918. Please let me renew your Subscription. - a, ft m ra aT L. A mamBBAB bv- - TV bi bb a b m ?A b. mmmm Draw ft Check youove nnd for the money notcliow much more respectfully your creditors re gard you. They like to do business with a man who hns nn nccouut nt the Girnrd Bank & Trust Co. They know he is doing business in a busiress like way. Better open such an account even it your affairs are not large. They will grow all right. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company nxma I New RESOLVED Year's Resolution Store (!) 1 that I will do my trading at Sander's Variety I (!) I I M Wi' if Always a fresh line of Staple and Fancy Groceries, Queenswarc, Notions, Etc. Cheaper Than the Rest-Be- tter Than the Best. Try our lino of Sunshine Cakes and Cruekers None better. Ill Hi I (!) f fey ' Grading SON. HUGHES , s & a? "For What Avail The Plough or Sail, Or Land or Life, If Freedom Fall?" s fix as & FARNAU. I has a wife and children, the Government will provide compensation for the wife, ao long ns she remains unmar ried, nnd support for the children until they become 18 years of nge. These payments range from $25 for a widow alone to $57.50 for a widow Chief of Police, W. S. Carrier. Is making the way of the transgressor and four children. If the man is total ly disabled the Government will make hard, frcm the way he has been pulling J a fixed monthly payment to him rangthe bootleggers and law violators, in ing from 10 a month, if he is married, the last few weeks. In the absence of J to $75 r month. If ho has a wife nnd Judge Viable, many cases have been, three or more children. Should he be tried before Mayor Davidson who has so helpleKS as to require a nurse or done his duty as he saw it uud assessed he will be given up to JCO adsome lines that the guilty ones will n- dition. Should ho lose both feet, both I member for some months to come. hands, or both eyes, or be permanently bedridden, he will be paid $100 u month, DELIGHTFUL DANCE. whether he is a bachelor or married. A very delightful dance was given last Monday evening at the rooms of WRITES OF SAFE the City Club. While the young men the voung ladies, about ARRIVAL IN FRANCE. three to one, all had a good time, the Another Garrard County boy writes dancing being kept up until the wee' of h'a safe arrival "over there" and small hours. The club room was artistically that boy is. pone other than our young decorated and the music was .furnished friend Louis Hall, for four years an efficient compositor in the office, and by a Saxaphone Trio, from Harrods-burA delightful lunch was served known by us as "Luke" and son of the jolly dancers at the Puritan about Mr. John Hal', of this county. Louis has lived In Illinois for the past three years and went into the NaNEW FIRM AT BRYANTSVILLE tional Army at Rockford, III., in September. After a few weeks nt this A business change of unusual importplace he was ordered to New Jersey, ance waa made at Bryantsvllle thia and sailed for some port in France on week, when Uickeraon and Kennedy November 2,'nd., arriving safely nf ter transferred their entire atock of goods a voyage of seventeen days. He is over to Messra A. T. Scott and Noah now in the Engineering Corps, looking Maraee, the transfer being made last after the mail for his brother soldiers Monday. The retiring firm have been and says his work Is light and he likes in business there for the past six years it fine. His Informs us that he father and have enjoyed a profitable trade. sends one-haof his salary home every The new firm members have each had month and since he left here three experience in the mercantile business years ago has sent home over one and start out under favorable auspices thousand dollars. His safe arrival in for n successful business career to- France will be welcome news to his gether. friends here at home who will follow his military career with much interest BEAUTIFUL SERVICE and concern. The Vesper Service held as a memor ial to Ileidvl Sanford, who lost his life NEW PUMP AT at sea was a tribute of love and tender ness to his mother from the members WATER PLANT of the Womana Club. Mrs. Ed C. Gaines conducted tho service. llastin Brothers completed yesterday. It con sisted of appropriate itmarks by her on the installation of the new pump at the this young hero's life. Scripture rend- water works plant auj thu test made, ing by Mrs. Harry Hudson and prayer came up to every expectation and the by Mrs. Kinnaird. city fathers nre to be congratulated A reading by Mrs. Stormes, "There upon having for the city of Lancaster Is No Death," and three musical num- the most modern nnd up e pumpbers by Misses Johnson, Dunn, Tinder ing system in Central Kentucky. and Mesdamea Denny and llryHnt, conThe motor used at the plant is a cluding with u beautiful Christmas power, with a capacity of pump-I- n 210 gallons a minute, and that it carol These Vesper services are held at t'y will do the work was thoroughly demClub Hue at stated times in honor of onstrated, when 30,000 gallons were the War Mothers of our community. pumped into the tank in IK) minutes. All are welcomed on these occasions. Lancaster now boasts, with u feeling of pride, of having the most modern equipped electric lighting system in NEW PASTOrIrRIVES. Central Kentucky, und thu proprietors, Iter. J. H. Moorman, recently called Messrs II. V. und W. It. llastin should to tho Christian Church in Lancaster, be encouraged in the efforts they nre arrived. In the city yesterday, accom- making in establishing a "1 hour serpanied by Mrs. Moorman and child, und vice. They tell us they nre more than have for tho present taken rooms nt pleased with the result so far reached, Mr and Mrs Davidson until permanent having a total at ttils time, of 75 horse arrangements for his home can Le power motors now running during the made. Dr. Moorman came to this city day in the city. about two months ago and delivered The lteconl ollico has' recently the sermon at both the morning and the gasoline enginu with three evening services, at thu Christian motors and expect to put in another as church, and made a favorable Impress- - soon as the new Linotype arrives, Ion, resulting In his unanimous call and which is expected about fob y 1st. his acceptance u few weeks ugo. Dr. The service that these motors are Moorman will receive a hearty welcome giving is as good as could be asked and from the good people of this city and we find the expense much .cheaper than community and wish him every success the gasoline alone, to say nothing of in lift great work that lies beiore him. the worry, trouble and expense of the That he will bo equal to the occasion gasoline engine no one doubts. Dr. Moorman will preach at both the Flour in sacks or barrels. morning and evening service at the. Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. Sunday, church next Christ I'nion Services nt the Christian church Sunday night January (Uh. iiuv. Moorman, the new pastor of tins church will give the address of the evening. The pastora of nil other churches will present a phase of War Itelief work which will be of Interest to every nutn, Everybody should woman and child attend this meeting. SOLDIER OR SAILOR INSURANCE or sailor is kiWed. and he If a soldier carrieToYIFjob. JIM u isswn - wag iwmammmmiiiZaBBZmmmS kVY ThlnkoHt,JIr.F.lr tier areufj. (of heur cSn!em thlt It .c, I c ..r a Lwal f u;n-R.l Itm. you e.n stt fi i en mel unci aournoii tssrj unoicra nemody . h, GBammzm cure. .I llCjSi B . - I107i . VMUitSI2 1 oi.n.si.Wutumiiu, sJei!y .,. , . H,n?M i,?i","y coMi'my.ilv,,, wsMiiwoiumM, TUDOR-BALLA- At Ail UruSrruuT rT 1 RD. Yes. it's cold. The cold supply Is running long., The morrioge of Mr, James C. BalThe coal supply is running short. lard ar.d Miss Fny Tudor was solemnized on December 19th. at Manse, The ice man has, gone in hi holej? Hev. W. M. Eldridgu officiating. Miss Tudor is the attractive daughThe weather man ought to be snot."js-- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Woods Tudor and How would you like to be the very popular in the community where she is so favorably known. Mr. Uallard is the only son of Mr. and The crows are stiif'after th'e'farrflers Mrs John Ballard of this city and is an corn. industrious young farmer. They have The thermometor was four below the best wishes of their friends for a zero this morning. long and happy life together. ' McROBERTS-PHILLI- PS. Show your patriotism by conserving fuel, food, fats ard sweets. School "took up" again last Tuesday Thomas M. Phillips and Miss Anne and the building is well'heated. Davis McKoberts, accompanied bv Mr. and Mrs. T W. Jones and Postmaster Corn, Oats, Hay, Feed. II. J. McRoberts, motored to Danville Monday and were married at the home Hudson,,Hughes & Farnau. of Dr. E. M, Greene, pastor of the Piesbyterian church, by him. A Bhort I LOST on the Btrrxt, a pair of' men's new kid gloves. Reward if returned to while later Mr. and Mrs. Phillips boardW. M. Mahan. ed a Southern train for Cincinnati, where they will spend a week at The The snow is now a month old and unGibson, Cincinnati's best hostelry. Re" less the weather changes, it will live turning to Stanford they will be greet- t to a ripe old age. ed by their legion of friends, wl.o feel LOST a little white rat dog with to congratulate the groom and wish for him and his a long, useful and hap- i black ears, bob tail and answers to Reward if repy married life. Mrs. Phillips is the the name of "Bill". 0. S. Ballew. only daughter of Postmaster and Mrs. turned to Harvey J. McRpberts, and is one of DISSOLUTION NOTICE. Stanford's most charming young worn-eFor some time she has assisted i On and after Jauua.-- y Cth,-191the her father and his predecessor in the firm of Denny and Wheeler will have Stanford postoffice and in her work has This is done by mutual con. dissolved. come in contact with a great many sent of botli parties. Dr. Wheeler re- all of whom have learned to people, taining their present office and Dr. love and admire her. Patient with I Denny moving on Danville street,, over each and every patron of the office, the office of Dr. Kinnaird. always pleasing in manner and with a "M. K. Denny, cheery worn for all, it was u real pleasW. A. Wheeler. ure to be waited on by her. She is highly accomplished, very graceful nnd stately and an exceedingly handsome woman and that she will make a helpmeet in all the word means, none who knew her as the writer does doubt for n minute. Mr Phillips is one of Stanford's biggest and best business men. He is the senior member of the firm of Phillips & Phillips, gents' furnishers, GUTa business firm favorably known far beyond the conlinea of Lincoln county. He is n fine fellow and there is every ROOFreason to believe that ho will make his excellent voung wife the best sort of a husband. The two had been sweet hearts for immv years and that they RE-would some day marry, their friends were certain. They make an Unusually popular couple and if good wishes of their many friends count for aught, they will be the happiest pair In all Christendom. The bride wore u handVentilating and all some coat suit, with hat, gloves and shoes to match. Mr. Phillips' suit was kinds of Tin Work. of dark blue and of the conventional style. Interior Journal. mm i HEATING. TERING, ING, ROOF . PAIRING, Cremo Dairy Feed will make your cow give more Your business appreciated. will 03 milk. Hudson, Hughes Farnau. & PI -- J. WILLIAMS The Central Record, Thursday, Jan 3 1918. The HOME HOUSE is gratified to say to the Tobacco Growers of Garrard County, that it has given to them the highest sales of all other houses in your vicinity. We advise you to have your tobacco dry and in good order before selling. Wet, frozen and gree grades are a little lower. Better grades still selling good. Home Tobacco W'house INCORPORATED. RICHMOND, KY. the year. This young couple is well known here, Mrs Montgomery having been the efficient primary teacher in the Consolidated School here for the past three years. All the ladies doing knitting for the Red Cross are earnestly requested to make the socks no shorter than 14 inches from top to heel and 11 inches from heel to toe and 'he wristlets 14 inches in length. Care to these details will be greatly appreciated by Miss Gill as she has had to go to considerable trouble in having the articles that did not come up to the requirements, knitted out. GUNNS CHAPEL. Mrs. Rufas Fain has been quite ill. Nelson Davis had the misfortune to lose two horses recently. Mr. Lewis Murphy has moved to his new dwelling. Mr. Frank Land sold some hogs to V. A. Lear at 15c. Mr. Jeptha Onstott was in Danville a part of the past week. The little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Moberlv has been ill. Mrs Josephine Dailey wa a guest of Mrs. Ed Dailey, Monday. McCulley Mr. and Mrs. Clarence were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kay. Cold, rain, winds, and dampness brin out the rheumaticachcs. An application of Sloan's Liniment brings quick relief. No rubbing. It penetrates. Oiwou iliei bottlea. 25c., 5flr. $1 no. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Agee, Mr. ar.d Mrs. Ottie Sebas'.ian, Mrs. Willie Calico spent Christmas with Mr, S. S, Sebastian and family. Messrs Dee and Robert Fothergill with their families have moved to the house recently vacated by Mr. and Mrs Nath Ilogie at Teatersville. Mr. Rufus Fain is moving to the vacated bv Mr. D. house recently Fothergill, Mr. Hiram Land will move from Marksbury to Mr. Forest Stapp's place here. Largest Poisonous Reptile. The .lurucucu, knnnn ns the huh-masteI' the InrccsrpolK'inous reptile In tin' world, nml Is fortunately rare und found only In the depths of the Jungle nnd Mvumpi. where man rarely It iittulnx it length of penelniten. turlviMn fifteen feet; (lie color of Its body Is rose, or rather yellowish pink, with bnmn patterns und tints of purple. Its bile Is almost nhvnjH futal. Its fnugx are nn inch long nnd us much as ten ounces of tciwni have been Great Mangrove Cwamp-Mlndor- o, one of the lnig'. . of I In' Philippine group. It u ir ! by Itself nnd contulus IJ.IM lilies. It Is distant from Manila u tie more tlian 100 miles. Along C. ehori'S of this Island lire more tliuu M (XW urn.of inungrorn mumps, with lure" trees In practically lrgln grmtlli. toiiMTvntlvely estlmuled lo jlild tons of bark rendlly cume'll! le K.IKJ1) Ioiih of ipproxlmntely i null. Just why this growth khuuld .ie remained untouched for m Ions not eiplulned. Fatigue and Toxin. The Idea Hint fatigue Is due to n specific toxin, us suggested by Welch-tir- t curly In the century, has been a iwpulur one, but the lute iuvestlcatlnn of Lee and Arnnovltch nt Columbia university shows It tn have no good foundation. There Is nothing, then-for- e, to encourngn the hope that mi nntltnxln may be found. In tbe experiments inmlo with unlmul muscles, u test muscle hiispcndcO In the Juice of it futlgurd muscle lost much In contractile (Winer, but the Juice of u muscle produced substantially the mine effect THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Copi.al $50,000. A. II DENNY. Pres dent Surplus Vice PresL. S. $30,000. x J. II STOItMES. J. R. llarrio. DENNY. Cashier. J. U Gll.l., Safety Deposit WE SOLICIT Boxes YOUR For Rent. PAINT LICK (Delayed) BUSINESS. CAN'T DO THE WORK. too much to try to work every Miss Ilert Dailey plans to enroll at Mrs J. 11. Woods was host at an ele- day against a constant, dull backache, Iierea College at the opening of the gant dinner, Sunday. or sudden darting pain in the small of winter term. Mr. T. J. Underwood is visiting rela- the back. lie rid of it. Try Doan's Mrs. I'rintis Walker and children are tives in Williamsburg. Kidney Pills. Your neighbors recomKuests of Mesdames 1). Rav and J. M. was a visitor in mend them. Mr. llavs Ledford this week. Parker Jenkins, stationary engineer. Amon Frankfort the past week. Mrs, Dock Simpson und Miss Lenna Water Works Koad, Lancaster says: Mr. Millard Ledford and family were "My work calls for a lot of stooping llollon were guests of Mrs. Wesley visitors in Lexington Friday. and bending and this caused my kidneyB Simpson, Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Davis and I had dull pains Mrs. II. L. Wallace has been the to get out of fix. ! across my back and loins. My kidneys children were guests of Mr. and Mrs. guest of relatives in Lexington. fr,e1"en,ly a?d aKttin.we Hunter Davis Sunday. Mr. Harry Francis has returned from I contained a the Masters Robert Davis and ilert Simp ;lit1,1h' a several weeks stay in Georgia. sediment. I used Doan , son were entertained by Master James Miss biizauetn ueaziey or wauison Kidney Pills, that I bought at It. E. E, Simpson Wednesday. Institute is at home for the holidays. The backache McRobers' Pharmacy. News was received here Sunday of Mrs Fannie Walker of Lancaster, is left me and my kidneys became the death of Mr. Hiram Ward of Mad guest of Mr and Mrs li. J. Walker. normal." the ison county of pneumonia. Price COc, at all dealers. Don't simMrs. Louise Hill is very ill at her Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Cornn and little ply utk for a kidney remedy get daughter are visiting his mother in Doan's Kidney Pills the same that home near Edenton. Mrs. Elizabeth called to her bedside. Corbin. Co., Ilurton was Mr. Jenkins had. Fuster-Milbur- n On Saturday evening a number of Mr. It. K. Anderson of Youngstown, Props., Buffalo, N. Y. young folks were entertained at th Ohio, is visiting his mother, Mrs. W. home of Mr. and Mrs Hnntr Davis. P. Anderson. COY Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Davis and two Misses Emma and Ora Estridge who children John and Monta Rav were are in school at Richmond, were at Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Carter were guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. II. Chandler home for the holidays. visitors at Ituckeye last week. and Mr. Carl Grow. Mr and Mrs II. G. McWhorter and Miss Peachie Mae Sanders was the Miss Lula McWhorter were seopping week-en- d guest of friends in Lrncaster. in Lexington the past week, Mr. and Mrs. Dule Letnay are re Miss Sadie Ralston of Georgetown He Removed the and Mr. J. II. Ralston of Camp Taylor joicing over a son, who arrived the 28th Miss Inez Ray spent several days are spending the holidays with the Danger Signal with her sister, Mrs, James I. Sanders homefolki last week. Miss Elizabeth Eldridge, of the RichN. V.. Frank fiherman. Miss Hessie Ray Sanders of Cotton-bur- g writes: "IW.urrerd with tdronla,trouble, mond High School Faculty and John klilney did not tired was the charming guest of Miss had aany feelta In my back,tired out. Eldridge, of Central Uujversity, Jspent ambition and felt all have 1 used Kolcy Kidney l'llla and In a few Peachie Mae Sanders, the past week, the holidays at home. days becun to feef better, and now E Mr. John Sanders, Jr, of Cottonburg, ha. entirely recovered and nave bad Miss Diana Woods and brother return of my pulntul symptoms." Ernest, spent Christmas with their Cecil and Ida Mae Sanders of Lancas-- i noOn. cannot help becoming nervous out when feeling tired Mr. and Mrs, John F. ter, were visitors of Mr. Thompson nnd kidney, fall to and worn throw out grandparents, niter and th.the ayatem the poisonous wast, mat Sanders last week. of White in Nlcholasville. causes kidney troubles ana ter that Mr. and Mrs. Elijah McMillian en- bladder ailments. Mrs Elizabeth Patrick leaves the first llackaeha la on. of Nature dancer ot the year to make her'home with Mr tertained a number of friends "at din- slcnala that the kidneys are dossed It Is often followed and Mrs Curry Rice in Paintsville. ner" Wednesday in honor of Mr, Roys-to- n up and Inactive, annoying bladder or by rheumatism, Ray and bride, nee Miss Jennie urinary disorder, putty swellings unMri Patrick in her quiet unobtrusive der th. eyes, swollen ankles and pain manner has made many friends here Lawrence, Jul Joints. Foley Kldner Pills tret right at ths who give her up with much regret. Misses Inez Ray, Bessie Ray and urc. of trouble. They lnvlsorat. th. kidneys action We are glad to welcome into our Peachie Mae Sanders, Messrs Clyde kidneys to healthy performandwh.n th properly their funcwa.ts community. Dr. and Mrs iiradley Mont- Sanders and John Edd Lay ton were en- tions th. iolsonous system. matter us eliminated from ths gomery who will move to the iiucker tertained "at dinner" the 25th by Miss STORMES DRUG STORE. property from Ilryantsville the first of Gertrude McQuerry. It's Samual I). Cochran. Alex R. Denny. J. II. Posey, J. E. Stormes, S. C. Denny. J, L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott. Directors. K E Xj Xj Y Tobacco Seed. BEWARE OF IMITATIONS. Other seed is belnrt sold under their name. The Genuine Improved "Standing Up" Burley tobacco seed raised by B. L. Kelly & Sons, can be procured only from the raiser and Is not genuine unless put up In or their signature as packages having a shown below which trade mark is now patented and on file In the U. S. Patent Office at Washington. Any infringements will be prosecuted. Seed packed from best selected pods, produced by champion tobacco growers of Kentucky for the past 25 years. lac-simiie f'?0 ' Price &1.00 Pep Ounce SPECIAL PRICE ON LARGER QUANTITIES. HIGHEST PRICES PAID tUnlttssss Melted M Del SUpmest U Resetted It. V. D. No. 1. (Trade Mark Patented) No Commission to Pay Writ, fee Trie. Uit SUppUs Test d H. Sabel & Soss bi.U.k.4 1U lK.rit. x LOUISVILLE. KIT. Send All Mail Orders To B. L. KELLY & SONS R. F. D. No. 1, LANCASTER, Ky. The Central Record, Thursday, Jan 3, 1918. P'9 ) SELL YOUR TOBACCO WITH TELEPHONE 97. MADISON TOBACCO INCORPORATED FHSE CO, ( 3rd Street, L. & A. Depot, Richmond, Kentucky. r ! ? i LARGEST FLOOR SPACE LOOSE LEAF TOBACCO MARKET- - -- THE PIONEER I I I I I I I I 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: Remember A. B. Smith Karl Long Price A Wells Hums & Horn 1253 pounds 2540 pounds 2580 pounds 2725 pounds .WO pounds 100 pounds 1435 pounds 1055 pounds 3805 pounds 2280 pounds 1310 pounds 1880 pounds I J 5 Miller &. Noland Crow & Embry $ SPLENDID LIGHT A E. C. MILLION, PRESIDENT. Frazier St Simmons nroaudus & Garrett Hemlren & Durham Matt Tussey Ernest Tussey Long & Tudor Average $ 39.00 Average 34.90 Average 36.20 Average 35.25 Average 35.57 34.60 Average 3G.45 Average Average 35.63 Average 3551 Average 34.31 Average 3550 Average 34.18 if FREE STALLS T. FIRE INSURANCE W. C. BENNETT. SECRETARY-TREAS. SQUARE DEAL TO ALL. J. CURTIS, VICE-PRESIDENT. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. a! Jacob SchulzCompany Incorporated. Hens Lay AMAZINGLY lm m1 BRYANTSVILLE k Mrs. Mary Berkele was on the sick list last week but is improving. t A Mrs. J, C. Williams was hostess at ft diuper Sunday to a number of friends. Up, Cwrra RRRbT tbot rvhu, ort kMj prwM roap, thr RRRRRBR' Mi Florence Christopher, of burgin ta fmf botw h3BBBbVBHB imm All Orders Receive Prompt Attention RiMlf lkin Of 83. Phones 330-F-n- r At dmciut r hat been a recent visitor of fliends r f fr null j ' RBttjv rwfrf book Ire a iwiutak here. ium ttat:i C3 iiiirsru. ij Mr. and Mrs. David Itankin, spent several days In Madison last week, the SOLD BY K. E. McKOBEKTS guest of relatives. Mr. Goebel Ballard left last Thurs-da- r to visit his brother. Mr. Earnest Ballard in Chicago. Miss Margaret Robinson has returned hom after an extended visit to relatives at Harrodsburg. Miss Mayme Uallard was the guest of M'ss Marguerite Woolfork. at Lexington, for the Xmas Holiday, Itev. and Mrs. George S. Conant and family, of Wilmore, visited Mr. and Mrs. David Itankin, this week. Our display this season Is wonderfully large of some very aristocratic Miss Jane Howling has returned to M. I' C. Millersburg, after spending the holidays with her pa.ents, Mr. and Mrs. Cm, A. Bowling. Mr. and Mrs. Krnest Gosney moved this week to the farm of Mr. N. J. Gosney, They have made many friends as well as our Itne of Odd Dressers, Beds, Davenports and other pieces here who hated very much to see them leave. of well designed Furniture. Mr. J' Hogan Ballard was in Louisville and Frankfort on business last week. During his absence. Mrs. BalThis well arranged lard visited her mother, Mrs. II. I . Kldcr at Nicholasvllle. Messrs A. T. Scott and Noah Marsee have purchased the stock of merchanPerhaps your wifo would appreciate durSpecially priced dise of Dickerson & Kennedy and have one. Our store is well represented taken possession of same. Mr. Kennedy ing the holidays at with some of the most attractive will remain here and continue in the Undertaking business as formerly. patterns we have ever shown. The new Arm will be known as Scott & Marsee. While the prices made may seem Mr. A. K. Nuyfor, who lives near cheap, the workmanship of the cnbi-net- s here hod the misfortune to lost his m has been well taken care of in home by fire about nine o'clock Friday night. All of his household toods ami every respect. clothing were burnei'. lie and his family escaped in their night clothes and were forced to go to their neighbors for the remainder of tho night. Theie was a small Insurance on the on property. Fine Gut Flowers For All Occasions. rotdlttoa with ktl POULTRY REMEDY rw irpUthdrlktf wlr Wo BOURBON Wm. F. Miller, Agt. Lancaster. f tESH BUY FURNITURE NOW Dining Room and Bed Room Suits 2 Lear 9 hogs at 151 cents. Mr. Kobt Whittaker bought fiom Mr Oscar Ray, a cow for $90. Mr. Bert Prather, of Madison county spent last week with relatives here. Mr. Herbert Whittaker bought from Mr. Robt Long, a mule, price unknown; Miss Fannie Mae Miles spent Xmas with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Miles. Mr. R. W. Sanders is suffering with a broken arm from cranking an automobile. Mr. Randal Lamay from Camp Taylor was at home on a few days fur- lough last week. Mr. Earl Carter, of Berea College, is with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mai Carter for a few days. Mr. Thomps Davis bought from Mr. Ambrose Calico, DO barrels of corn, price $7. per barrel. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Curtis and little son. It air, were visitors last week of Mr, and Mrs. George Ruy, Mr, and Mrs. Logan McCormack, Dr and Mis. J. E. Edwards spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Sanders Misses Martha and Margaret Curtis are spending the wek with their cousins. Misses Sallie Lou Tester and Ethel Hay. Mr. and Mrs. Henley Whittaker and children spent a few days last week with her sisters, Mrs. W. II. Gulley and Mrs. R. W. Sanders. Take Pains. Genius has been defined as an Infinite capacity for taking paint, and talent, which Is a sort of second cousin of genius, has the same characteristics, observes un educator. One who will take pains enough will meet with a measure of success. And no one who belittles the need of patient, plodding work is likely to succeed, no matter what his endowments. Hules Only for the Weak. Is one of the weaknesses of man- establishing il l that It Is forever i.'i ' , programs, fonnulue. They serve r purposes for the guidance of or-- n iry minds. Hut the pioneers of l nitwit ride rough-shothrough the Vi". They gain the end they desire y refusing to be directed by what 'inennc else has thought before them, lint teachers have Insisted upou i inline, Exclmnr". It Helpr troubles peculiar to women. 1 he thousands oi women v. hs have been helped by Cardul in tlx past 40 years, is conclusive proof that it is a Rood medicine for women who suffer. It should help ycu, too. There can be no doubt as to the merit of Cardul, the woman's tonic, in the treatment of many iJ2 $25. Cabinet KITCHEN CABINET LANCASTER FATHER ALL HE CAN. HELPING Take 9 Only $18.50 Sapp-Slat- Furniture Co. I "Two of my ions are in the war. am doing all I can to help my country, as well as Mayr's Wonderful Remedy, which I can tliank for my present good health. I suffered 5 years with most serious stomach trouble and bloating. Am recommending It to all sufferers". Ills a simple, harmless preparation that removes the catarrhal mucus froi.i the intestinal tract and allays the In ilamatiun which causes practically all stomach, liver and intestinal ailments, including appendicitis. One dose will convince or money refunded. R. K. EcROBERTS. Druggist. CARD If I gg The' Woman's Tonic raj Xi Danville's Largest Furniture and Rug Store. BUCKEYE Mrs. Permella Bogie spent list week with friends here. Mr. Dan Bay bought from Mrs. Joe Deboce, a cow for J00. Mr. Edd Arnold sold to Mr. V. A. JOHN WHITE & CO. Danville, i ! L,. d. - i ri ortrr, tmanager. rN Kentucky. LOUISVILLE, KV. a Liberal aaeertmMt sad lull vslsw raw Hls.s nine una an 4 Mrs. N. C. Varncr. of Iflxson, Tcnn., writes: "1 was passing through the . . . My back and sides were terrible, and my suffering Indescribable. I can't tell Just how and where I hurt, about I all over. I think began Cardul, and my pains crew less and less, until iwas cured. I am remarkably strong for woman 64 years of age. I do all mv housework." Try Cardul, today. E-- ... sXl The Central Record, Thursday, Jan 3, 1918. TheCentral Record INCORPORATED. asUED MISS SWEENEY TO RETURN. The Womans Club Is arranging a series of lectures under the War Work Council in which the community will be Interested. Those who were fortunate in having heard Miss Sweeney will be glad to know that she will return. Th other speakers will n' tract and hold the attention of the audiences, and In this way we shall know the conditions that now confront the American people. The business houses will be asked to close during these lectures and the citizenship of town and county asked to attend. The first of these lectures will be held on the tenth of this month at the Court House. They are free. They are meant for you. Please attend. PATRIOTIC Well Attended At MEETING Court Hodjc Weekly. E. ROBINSON. J1.00 a year. Mtfr. List J. Editor. Friday Niglit. r BUILD i I I - R.L ELKIN. Locat Editor nnd Xnttred at in Po eonl-claa- i olDc In Laneaai. r, Hill Mailer. Member Kentucky and Press Association Eighth District Publishers League. Lancaster, Kjr., Jinnarj 3, 1918 Rates For Political Announcements For Precinct and Citv Unices ...S 6.00 "eor 10.00 or County Offlce 15.00 State and District Office DISASTERS IN GERMANY. 10 For Calls, per line 10 For Cards, per line While Germany is giving the world a For all publications in the interlot of trouble it might be of some inest of Individuals or expresterest to know that this world wide sion of individual views, per pest is having a few disasters right 10 within her lin Fires In own territory. 05 munition factories have Obituaries, per line been prevail ing, one at Kiel that was devoted to the making of bombs for the use on MRS. WILLIS BUYS Zeppelins and aeroplanes. The other was at the great Zeppelin works CRAB ORCHARD HOTEL Friedrichshaven where a great exploa. Ion cost many lives. On Nov. 22nd We are indeed glad to announce that destroyed, Mrs. J. O. Willis has purchased from large chemical plant was explanation of these disasters has the heirs of the late John Robinson, No they their one half interest in the famous been offered it seems that thoughtwere purely accidental, and no of Crab Orchard Springs hotel. The price Germany's Mrs, incendarism is expressed. If is said to have been $20,000. loyal from a sense of Willis is now sole owner of this popu subjects were not lar resort and her friends wish for her love for their Vatrrland a sense of fear every success. The Keely department would restrain them where intrigue and propositions. of this institution has been abolished spying are serious as was announced several week ago. The patriotic meeting conducted by the colored citizens of the town and upder the auspices of the local chapter of the Red Cross was well attended, by both white and colored citizens of the town and community. The address by Rev. A. W. Jackson, pastor of the colored Methodist church here, delivered the principal address, which was said by many to have been the most patrio tic and eloquent oration heard recently in our citv. A musical program of un usual interest led by Milton Sneed, proved to be a great hit and tho of his latest patriotic song, which he has recent'y composed and set to music, brought forth much op plause from the large audience. About fifty colored members were added to tho Red Cross membership (;): drive, bringing the total up to about 100 of tho colored population of the county, who have contributed to this movement. NOW! is the licst investment you ever made. tfooil reasons. I J!) (!) I at this time Buying lumberseveral very are T Tnusunl conditions innke It possible to get twice I ns much lumber as you did in 10J4 for the snmc amount of farm produce. V ii) I s nvestment in lumber nnd the placing of new buildings an vour. property will increase lis value out of all proportion to the Iinn- bcrs,co3t. L timber the world's greatest building material has advanced much less thnn any other material used for building. value can he had without sacrificing quality of today is better than ever before. nnd the lum- - I Double ALL GERMANS MUST REGIS TER Wetk Of February 4lh. Dale Fixed By Government. t more important than Nothing isstock and implements conservation nt this time, nnd must be properly sheltered. nil "' Af- -' I I I (!) FRATERNAL ORDERS ELECT OFFICERS. REGISTRANTS. The following registrants have failed to return their questionnaires within the seven days and under the law are pas' ted as delinquents: Simon Tankerslev, Crab Orchard, Ky. Jake Lake. Villa Grove, III. James J. Crutcher, Stanford, Ky. Troy McCoy, Cartersville, Ky. Charles W. Tankersley, Paint Lick, Ky General Baker, (col), Lancaster, Ky. James II. Smith, Lancaster, Ky. John Kiley Moore, Brvantsville, Ky. Richard Francis (col), Kirksville, Ky. Claude Archer, Richmond, Ky. Ike Denny, Kirksville, Ky. John Brock, Crab Orchard, Ky. Lewis Fowler, Hamilton, Ohio. Allen Morris, Coy, Dy. Frank Jons, Paint Lick, Ky. James U. Jones (Col) Indianapolis, Ind, James Harris (col), Burlington. Iowa. Howard Harlan (col), Richmond. Ind. Williams G. Goins, Lancaster, Ky, Virgil G. Kinnaird. Fort Riley, Kansas Philip T. Ison, Buena Vista, Ky. George Dunn (col), Lancaster, Ky. These men have been mailed que tionaires by the Local Board and failed to return same within seven days and are ordered posted delinquents as per section, 130 Selective Service Itegula tions. It is very important that vour questionnaire bo filled out and returned Failure to do so within seven days. places you in Class 1. DELINQUENT The following officers were elected night at the Masonic Lodge; J. R. Haselden, Matter; W. A. Wheeler, Senior Warden; II. S. Hud son. Junior Warden; II. D. Bastin, Senior Deacon; P. II. Hopkins. Junior Deacon; H. K. Herndon, Secty; W. O. Kidney, Treas; A. T. Anderson, Tyler. Franklin Lodge, I. O. O. F. on last Monday night elected to following officers; B. C. Ford, N. G.; H. B. Cox, V. G.; Wm. Cox, Secty; J. II. Dalton, Treas; Trustees, Wes Zanone, T. E. Cecil and W. A. Wheeler. last Thursday The week of February 4th has been set aside for the registering of the half million unnaturalized Germans in the United States. Tho registration will be under the supervision of the police and the postmasters, in pursuance of President Wilson's proclamation direct ing this action as a means of minimiz ing the danger from enemy sympathiz era in the United States. Registration will involve the gather Ingrf detailed jntormation concerning the business, relatives and habits of every German together with his photo graph and finger printr. After regis ferine he must carry a certificate card and may not change his place of rest dence without approval of the police or postmaster. Violation of the regula tion will be punishable by internment for the war. The orders do not apply to German women, nor to any person under 14 years of age. l 1 I I f 1 I I Opportunity such ns you have NOW may never come again. lumber prices may be higher. in We arc giving you this information can the right spirit get more for sire to see you buy when you produce. , with a deyour farm I I I V A. H. BASTIN & SON. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. I I 1 i!) BUILD NOW, I 11 II II It- - Ill IE FARMER'S COLUMN il INCOME TAX MAN paca below ib! beading la rot lb. ..seta ita nae oloar larutr pabaerlbcra. au4.UJo ibe aal. ot .lock, frani aad'iar Jtltrfss oa of men farm aa the farmrr cannot affdrrt to adw of per tlae., No nolle will t 'accepted oror lour' lines, Dd wilt twonlr In (wo lean.e ol tba GERMAN-AUST- RO To Be la Lancaster, Feb'y IStb. to 28lh. EXCHANGE. If you have an auto to sell or if you want to buy one, or if you have a Touring Car and want a Roadster, or the reverse-wrlt- e us. PEACE PROPOSALS. America thru her great leader ard President has clearly defined in his recent message to Congress the war aims of this country and the peace proposals that these enemies are try ing to negotiate thru the Bolshevik! of Russia will receive little attention. Such proposal are only a ruse on the governpart of the German-Austr- o ments to gain more time hoping to weaken the ties that bind the Allies together and in the meantime strengthen their powers to strike a more deadly blow and win the war for autocracy Facial Failure. against the combined democracies of He "Vour friend Isn't much stuck the world. Let every man in America on her looks. ay, ane sine stand firm in his desire to fight this wouldn't dare shoot her ow.i husband." war to a finish for peace can only be Judge. obtained thru victory over the enemy. Queer Placo Kt Meteorites. One of tbo remarkable features of KENTUCKY EDITORS the ocean's floor Is tho fact that In IN ANNUAL MEETING AT LEXINGTON. some places it Is coveretl with the dust of meteorites. Meeting of the KenThe tucky Press Association, held a two day Crayon Will Help. session at the Phoenix hotel in Lexinglias knocked u whlto When ton, last Thursday and Friday, and was copy tho proper attended by about forty members of place In the wall paiT with crayons coloring of the figure the craft. und the Fpot will not show. They were delightfully entertained by the Rotarv Club of that city and the What Might Have Been. staff of the Lexington Leader and the "What urn you worrying nbout J" "II Lexington Herald. rut egg I think about the chickens "If I Were A Country Editor." was they would hnve produced, nnil If I the theme for a splendid address by at chicken I t I.I n tc about the eggs Dr. Frank L. McVey, president of the they might have laid; and It's becomUniversity of Kentucky. The speaker ing difficult for me to enjoy anything." aid that the newspapers represented what waa going on and also represented Chinese Plant Statuettes. a viewpoint tuat could not he gotten Chinese gardener KonetllJe plunt any where else. Cotton Seed Meal for sale utatuettes of tiny men Uriuly In The AeyciaUon went on record as en- pott. Just like real plant, und then Hudson,) Hughes Farnau. dorsing the the plans of the Editorial train live evergreens to grow up over Association to have the government thexo statuettes. Tho vines Hunt form kind of rube fur the Mntuetle men, REBELLION IN HELL. control the print paper mills of the uUto faces und hands protruding United States, A.pmmlttee waa ap' their the green leaves. from sparks flew from old Sstans eyes. Big pointed to confer rfth the Trades Ac "What's all this I hear!" said he, crptance Council, rScarding the adop "They say that when the Kaiser dies, tion of the trade accf ytance plan. He'll be consigned to me: The executive committee has not de Old Hell to me is mighty dear, cided upon the place for the mid-suThe place Is very fine: mer meeting, Hut if they send that guy down here, BELIEVE ME, I'LL RESIGN. v. Floods In Draill. Logs Black Too native Inhabitants of Brazil I'll stand for murderers and crooks, 8 leches and up in Diameter; huvo lately been sulTerluK from tbo And I will not disown disastrous effect of tbo flooding 'if Any length over 3 leet. That I have here now, on my books the Auiaiou, uhose relentless waters The worst thugs ever known. have submerged the countryside for Due to temporary and specBut my boys would gel sore, I fear; hundreds of miles urouud. At regurequirements, we are .offerial I know they would rebel. ing an unusual price for Lolar Intervals this mighty river overThe Kaiser cannot enter here, cust In tar lota for prompt de. flows Its bunks, und u famous traveler livery. Write tor full Infor-motiKnr he would corrupt hell. estimated that no fewer than B.000,000 and arrange to get all natives buve lost tbclr Uvea during Our sulphur Is tdo clean for him. In your the available Locust the last Ave centuries through these lakes too pure; neighborhood delivered to near Our brim-stonterrible floods. est R. R. shipping point. And If In one li took a swim, Address, He'd ruin it. I am sure. Our company is not so swell, Highest market price for American Locust Product Co., Vile beasts we won't reject; Cora, Hudson, Hughes Flemmingsburg, Ky. But keep the Kaiser out of Hell, Farnau. W have SOME self respect. It will require a small army to take the income tax returns sons subject to the new law. Collector of Internal Revenue Hughes has announced that officers will start from his headquarters on January 1 nnd on January 2, evry one of them will be on the job in the county assign ed him, to meet the people and help them make out their income tax turns. The officer assigned to this countv will be at LANCASTER from Feb. 15. to Feb. 23. On arrival he will inform bankers and local postmaster where his office will be located. "It will be well for every unmarried person whose net income for 191? is 11000 or over, and every married person living with wife or husband whose net income for 1917 Is J20OO or over, to call on the income tax mar and learn whether or not they have any tax to pay". Collector Hughes suid "the person subject to tax who doesn't make return in the time prescribed is going to regret it. The government will get after all income tax slackers." "There's hardly a business man. merchant or professional man, who won't have to pay the tax. The safe thing to do is for every person who had a total income of J 1000 or $2000, as the case may be, and who is not sure about what deductions the law allows him, to play it safe by calling on the income ax man . The man in the field will have forms for every body and persons who expect to call on him need not trouble themselves to write to my office for forms." scosn. freeOtebarr FOR SALE: Four Red Duroc male hogs. Weight ISO pounds. J. II. Thompson. Preachersville. FOR SALE: River bottom cultiva ted hemp seed. This seed won first prize at Agriculture Fair Dec. 1st. R. D. McMurtry, Buena Vista Ky. For Sale A few extra good Mam moth Bronze Turkeys. Phone 40-- J Mrs Jas Sutton, Bryantsville, hy. ' FOR SAI.E-O- ne We Have Several Good Used Cars at Very Low Prices. Satisfaction Guaranteed. We also operate a first class repair shop and do Storage Battery work. walnut bed and Miss Fannie West. mattress, and two walnut bureaus. i'hone 151. I have a number of pairs of good work mules to loan, Come quick and J. I. Hamilton. get the pick. The Danville Buick Go L. D. CONN. Proprietor For Sale About three dozen White Leghorn hens. Phone J7-J Bryantsville Airs J. li. Holy, niarKSDury. iy. ex. 21 Walnut Street. n 3Z Danville, Kentucky. ii it ii ii ir IE Tankage.whcat middlings mixed feed, bran. Hudson, Hughes 5 Farnau. BusIneis.Phoncortchy TYPEWRITING and BOOKKEEPING TELEGRAPHY ! WILROR R SMITH BUSINESS COLLEGE I a,, I... u a AMaanw eutll. i la lie l'r.ll.el ha. jaarear.ia.rl.ar JVM eat banaiaff bii.lar...u alro a Jeer al-- r Bw, f nr wtm-aft rnuaa Hy LUjlIL.Ul'U U. ajJUTII.l-ealnlto- M 6 ARMY WANTED! Locust Mules WANTED Five to nine years old. Don't Buy a Wagon Until Yon Have Seen (lie Columbus Before you decide on any wagon, examine tho Columbus. Strongly built ol tho best txwsiblo material the Columbus wagou ghes the most satisfactory service for tho longest criod of years. There s no secret In tho notedly long lifo of tho Columbus wagon. It la tho result of tho methods employed In construction. There is no wood in this wagon which has not been air-dnunder shelter from one to two years. Tho axles and tho siwUa of tho wheels aro hickory: Ilia hounds, bolsters and saudboards are oak, and tho bottom of the box Is straight grained ilawlohs pir.e. These aro jtut a few exatnpin of the care which Is taken to make this wagon as reliable as possible. The result Is that tho Columbus wagon Is unbeaUblo in reliability and en lurance, Couio In and examine it for yourvlf. Wo know you mil ha pleased. Weight 1000 to 1200 pounds. W. B! BURTON LANCASTER, KY. 6 Becker & Ballard. Phone 27. BryiKriville, Ky. The Central Record. Thursday, Jan 3, 1918. WHY PAY $73. OR $80. FOR A RANGE when we will sell you equally as good for $40. or $50. Heating Stoves as good as Moores for $30. and $35. Small Heaters Gossip About People Messrs Wm Kavanaugh and John left Wednesdsy for C. U Eld-rid- njn Mr. and Mrs. Saufley Hughea Saufley Jr. spent Friday with her at I'alnt Lick. and Preston, Marshal 20a pnr-ent- 16 00 r, 30 5 CI 14 26 G 30 8 95 2 33 4 33 5 C3 4 98 f. C3 s A $5.00, $6.00 and $7.00. Birdssll three Inch Wngnn $70, Corn Shellers Chcnp. Cor;i byThott Wt Ars'!ntrit4 I'.tltf MinlloK ol the Csmlnct and In. Mr. E M, Walker, of Eminence, Is Mra. Woods Walker and ilmnrMer.. In the city, the guest of his father, Mr. Misses Mary May and Elizabeth visited A. K. walker. Mrs. George Roblnaop on Friday. Miss Nancy Hunn nf Stanford has' Miss Elizabeth Walkr Is spending been the attractive visitor of Miss i the holidays with her nsrents. Mr. and ' J. R. MOUNT & CO. The Deal House. I Flour, MEAL AND BRAN We are in the market for your Corn. We arc prepared to pay the Highest I Market Price. See us before you sell. Walker, Lee & Hicks. W. 9. HIOEY Funeral Lancaster, Director and Embalmer. Kentucky. Onice I'lioiie 18. Residence I'hone 33. Here Is Something You Con Do Buy War Saving Stamps and HELP TO STOP THE WAR Call and ask about them. It is your Duty. c$e Citizens National Bank LANCASTER. KY. OK II. F. HUDSON. President, J. J. WALKER, Vice PreaU Joe J. Waijki:. Jr.. W. O. IMr.NKV, An't Cuh'r W. F. CHAMP. Cashier. ON ROLL OF HONOR. DC 3C 3C RED BLOOD AMERICANISM IS COMING TO THE. FRONT Might now this Country la calling for men of stout hearte and sound bodice. It needs thorn to keep Old Glory triumphant and unsullied in the lr. The exigency now confronting ua einphnsltcs, aa nothing else could do, the importance of good health, both aa an individual and national asaet. It gives point to the suggestion, often emanating from thia office, that everyhcily ahould guard their heiltli aa n priceless When you find yuurselt running down and not exactly keyed up to the fighting pitch, as Is the case with everybody at tlmea. You ought to come to Nature's relief and take acouraeof COM-CEL-SA- R ILegnlly iJuuronteetl to satisfy you, or mcney bark If you'll do that, vou will not experience tho dlacomflture of being sent back homi fur lack of red blood when you answer the call of the colors, sells at One Dollar tor threee boxes, legally liver, kidney's, bowels, bladder, guaranteed for the blood and Indigestion and headaches, rheumatism and nerVousnvaa. SCIENCK BOl'B Is beat for HUMAN BKIN, only 10c a bar, 3 bars 25c. Try our COWIIOY LINIMENT, for oil Tains, bruiies. burns, etc. 25c and 60c botllca. STORMES DRUG STORE, Lancaster, Ky. Remedy Co. Dakota Jack-Wh- it 37.31 Weat Broadway. LOUISVILLE, KY. c in DC Mrs. Woods Walker in the country. Mrs. J. R. Sellman, of Nicholasville, Mr. and Mrs. John M. Mount, and Dr. IC. L. Pontius, of Lexington, waa arrived last Tuesday and ia the guest John Mcltoberls. Jr, are visiting In h pleasant visitor 1 1 our city for a few of Miss Minnie Ilrnwn. Danville this Week. daya this week. Mrs, Edd Ross entertained n number Mr. Wm. Robinson Cook. Jr.. left Mr. Ilollia Warren came up Sunday of relatives at a delightful six o'clock Wednesday fur Ames Iowr. where he from Camp Zacharv Taylor, urn! will dinner last Friday evening, resumes his studies in the Agricultural remain until rriday with hometolka. Mr. Irvine Stapp has returned to School. llniri Lillian and Edna Junes of Herea College --vhcre he is an honored Miss Lena Uright entertained at a Williamsburg are spending n few days six o'clock dinner Thursday in honor of student at that Institution, with their cnuain, .Miss Ada Warren. i Rev. and Mrs. Harry Hudson and Dr3 Aldridge . Miss Irene Sargeant Hen Wood, of Camp Taylor, week to Herea College, returned this and Mrs. J. U. Kinnaird. after spending la at home fur a few days, visiting the holidays with her parents here. Mrs. Joe E. Robinson entertained a relativea in the city and county. w frle"J" in nonor of Mr- - Joh Messrs Harry, W. Raint-y-, William Mr. and Alra. Prank Drowning, and Kinnalrd and Edwin Walker left thli Mount of Atlanta, iiiul .Mrs. Thomas little eon. Iiobert, have returned from morning for M. M. I. Wilson of Howling Green. at Millershurg. a visit to their parents In libation. The many friends of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Allen Pierce Jchnson, left Wed Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Ilallew have nesday for Chicago where ho again Hob Henry will be glad to know that moved into the city and arc occupying enters the Western Electrical School, they have decided noc to locate elsethe Grant property on Richmond St. where and that they have rented prop Miss Lilhe Mae Sutton entertained at eity on Richmond St. Mrs. Isabell Anderson, and daughter. n six o'clock dinner Tuesday evening in Suanna, will leave today for Shelby-vill- e, Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Mason have honor of her guest. Miss Nancy Hunn. Ind, where they rxpect to locate. moved Into their new home on Stanford Mr. Paul Hilton, of Covington, is Street and Mr. John Adams has taken Mrs. Carrie Davidson has just re spending the week with his brother. possession of his property on Lexirg-tu- n turned from a pleasant visit to her Mr. Jsmes Hilton, on Crab Orchard St, street, vacated by the Masons. daughter. Mrs. 7,. T. Hicc. at Richmond Master Eugene Austin has resumed Misses Margaret Cook, of Lancaater, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Morgan and Miss his studies Bt St. Maiy's College, after Marie Stusrt Klooz. of Pittsburgh, and Luciln Thompson, have returned from spending the holidays with home folks. Elizabeth Pilche wero guests of honor Lexington after a pleasant visit to night at an informal dance given Miss Allie Dunn, lett last Tuesday. Isst that city. by Mr. and Mrs. Frank Snead at their for Springfield, Tenn., where she is Mr. Adolph Joseph, is in the city Louisville teaching in a splendid school at this home on tho Newburgroad, this week, buying more goods fur that Courier Journal. pta;e. splendid firm, the Joseph Mercantile The following guests Willie Mae Elliott of Transylvania Company. College, left Wednesday morning, after were present at the New Year's dance; Mr. Leonard Itogers, ot Camp Tay visiting his parents during the Yuletide Messrs Win. Carson, John CkeIi, Jce lor, haa been with his home folks for a Hill. Prescott Brown. John It. McKln- season. few days furlough, returning to camp ney and Shitley Cover of Stanford, Mr. J oo McCormlck, of Henderson- - Messrs Christopher this week. Hryant, Lewis ville, N. C. arrived In the city last Sommers of llarrodsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Henley V. Uaitin en Misses Lois Tuesday and is the guest nf Mr. W. O. Powell of Red Hoiuc, Althalre Matting- tertained at a delightful dinner last ly of Lebanon, and Ilettic Perry of Friday in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Goodloe. Golf, of Cincinnati. Miss Iletsy Margaret McRoberts who Richmond, Miss Hi! tlie Perry, of Mlchtrond.who has been ill at the home of Mr. and was the attractive visitor last week Mrs. Charlie Uallew is somewhat bet of Miss Minnie Mac Robinson, has re ter today. lOir LI. FIND IT IK THIS COLUMN. turned to her home. Miss Lois Powell of Red House, and L Serireant Chenault Elmore has re who is attending State University, was turned to Camn Tavlo'r after a stav of at the New Year's Jance, and was the Wanted' Ejftv Brown Leghorn year several days with his parents, Mr. and guest of Miss Florence Johnson. ling hens. Mrs. J. W. Elmore. M. II. Dudley, Lancaster Misses Edna Herkele, Florence John Mr. Henry Harlow has returned to son and Mamie Stormes Dunn, have Mules To Loan I have several good his home in Tunneltun, Ind , nfttr returned to State University, after mules that I desire to loan to responspending several weeks with friends spending the holidays at home. sible parties for the year 1918. and relatives in Garrard county 3t J. W. Sweeney. Miss Minnie Mae Robinson gave a Mrs. William Speitli. has returned dinner n Barred For Sale Fifteen party at her home In the coun from louisvllle, after spending the try on Friday Phone 47-evening in honor of her Rock pullets. $1.00 each. Christmas holidays with her parents. visitor, Miss Hetty Perry of Richmond. Bryantaville Exchange. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Eyerman. Mrs, J. W. Mahan, Miss Stella Sanders left this week Marksburv. Ky. Mrs. (Vllllam Farnau and son, Ken nedy, have returned home after spend- for Louisville, where she enters a Bus ing the Christmas season with Mr. and iness College. She will be with her LOANS ON FARMS. sister, Mrs. J. J. Pursley, while Mrs. Hanks Hudson at Danville. Unlimited amount of money to loan Will Rice Atnon returned Mr. A. I Trumho and Major David cn good farms. Can be paid off any to State College, Lexington, yesterday, after son, made a business trip to Cincinnati, time. No loan fee charged. Ask about spending the holiday reason witli Ids In the interest of their hemp machine, this NEW plan. which they hope to have on the market parents, Dr, and Mrs. J. A. Amon. D. A. THOMAS. Insurance. Real Estate. Mrs. Harry Tomlinson is visiting her soon. Dr. Milton Henry Elliott has return She parents in Cincinnati thin week. was accompanied to the city by Mr. ed to the Louisville Cullege of Dentis STOCKHOLDERS NOTICE. Tomlinson, who returned home last try, after spending the Christmas sea- The stockholders of the Garrard Hank Saturday. son with his parents. Dr. and Mm. Ky., will & Trust Co., of Lancaster, Hrewer Layton, Ira Hamilton and Elliott. meet at the bank on Tuesday, January, Hilly Swope ot Camp Ta) lor arrived Mr. anil Mrs. W. D. Ilammack, Mrs. 8th, 1918 for the annual election of di last Sunday and are spending a few Naomi Hamilton and sons, James and rectors and such other business a may in vb.itlea Hamilton, will leave in a few come before the meeting. daya furlough with their home-folk- a days for Hartow Fla., where they wilt tuu county. J. W. Elmore, Cashier, during the remainder of the Friends here have received with much remain winter. pleasure, the announcement of another AUTO SALESMEN WANTED. Mr. and Mrs. II. S. Gay, have just line boy, a recent arrival at the homo Alfords Garage, Salvisa, Ky., wants of Mr, and Mrs. U. - Davidson, of returned from Memphis, where they have been for the past ten daya, visit ten salesmen at once, both pleasure Tulsa, Okla. ing their son, Sherman, who is now in cars and trucks, liberul drawing ac Miss l.ida Raney, will return to Dan-vill- a the service of Uncle Sam, in the avia count with commlasu n or straight sal Is attending thia week where she ary, Tu qualify must have experience tion department. C. W. after spending the holithe K. in driving automobile and salesmanship Miss Kutheryn Ham haa returned to of some kind. Apply before January days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Raney. her home In Somerset, after u visit to 10th. 191S. It, her sitter. Mrs. Chaa Rankin, and Dr and Mrs M. S. Hatfield and two friend, Miss Flossie Trihhle. Sho was interesting children, Elsie and Ernest, accompanied by Miss Tribble who will spent part of the Yuletide season with lw her guest for several days, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. It Wu' Misses Etta, Mamie and Reba Smith, ter, at Kevito, Ky. FOR were at huinu during the Christ' Mr. R. T. Embry. ot Lexington, wus who maa season, have teturded to their In the city this week (baking hands with his old friends, who ore always achool at Herea. These young ladies IT glad to see him. He says he la pleaaed are daughters of Mr. and Mrs. William Smith, near Hyattaville. and are dewith his adopted home, lighted with their achool work. I. G. T. Hallard, Jr., Sheriff of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph llurnslde and count, will on 'Private Lawrence Durham, who has Mrs. Jane Ilallew, have moved into the Monday, January 2Slh, 1918 city from their country home and are been with relativea in the county for now located on Richmond street, having the past week, left last Monday to Join same being County Court day, offer for recently purchased the I.ong property. his compan). the 13th Infantry, at sale at the Court House door, at LanCamp Fremont, Calif, Before leaving Ky., the following real property Lieut, Ector Lawaon arrived in tbo he called it this ntllcw to aay goodbye caster, city from Camn Shelby, last Monday, and Incidentally to reuew his subscrip- returned delinquent, same being the amount due for state county and school on his wuv to Camp Taylor, where lie tion to the Record which he wishes to tuxes, for the year 1917 and 1910. Said has been ordered to report for duty, follow him when he gues to France. sale to begin at 1:00 o'clock standard Lieut Lawaon look a well and takes to Amcng lli many enjoyable aocia time. The namea of those paying be the soldier life like a duck to water. events that transpired during the past fore that time will lie atricken from Mr. and Mra. J. II. Ruble left for Christmas holidays, the dance given on the list. G. T. HALLARD, JR.. St. Petersburg, Florida, lust Thursday laat Thursday night, at Richmond, by Sherilf of Garrard Co. to remain until aprmg, aa has been the Social Committee of that city, January 3rd, 1918. their custom for several years. Their ranked in the eatimation of all present, Nol White G.rr.rd county friend wish fur them as the mort trlllirnt of the year. The iiruwn, Walter & Ethel Ca 4 97 a pleasant acjourn In the aunthine of attendance from Richmond and the Hurdett, Walker 9u 7 02 this popular Southern city. surrounding counties, being quite large. Ford. A D 370 a 90 27 n Mr. John llrown. the efilclent book Among those of thi guests Grimes, Henry 7a 4 95 keeper of the Gairard Uank und Trust present, were tho following from Lan- Cover, U T (nr) 1 tl 10 CO Company, has returned from his borne caster and Gairard county; W. It. Grimes, James 2a 6 30 near Uurgin, where he was called sev- Cool, Jr., William Mason, Milton and Hardwick, Frank 20a 10 27 eral weeks ago by the critical Illness of Willie Mac Elliott, John and Arthor HsrdwIcK, Mrs Noah 3a 2 25 his father, whom he ssys haa now en- - Eldridge, Hubert and Cabel Arnold, Ilerron, L E 1 tl 29 76 Irely recovered. Edwin Walker and Allen Johnson. Same, 1916 40 76 IJlllc Mae Sutton. r J the. SHERIFFS SALE TUXES No 1 Colored Anderson, Alex 1 tl Same. 1910 Anderson, Sam 5a Heazlcy, Andy 1 tl UelleV. Mary 10a Mndy, Bruce (nr) I tl Bright, Hurdett 2a Bland, Hill 1 tl Hurdett. Jim 4a Doty. Ernest 1 tl Duerson, Irving lira la Dunn, Narcissus 1 tl Harris, W II 1 tl Hemphill, Anna 1 tl George I! Jennings la Kavanaugh, Martha 1 tl Lewis, Ike 2a Lewis, Steve Ilrs Ca Merrltt, Wm Ilrs 1 tl Nelson, John 1 tl Salter, Martha 1 tl Williams, James 1 tl No 2 White Ely, Mra Ilettie Gla Graham, Hers (nr) 10a Graham, R It 31 u Hulfinan, Price (nr) 41a Hutchison, Jue Ca MiJdluton, .1 Y (nr) 15a Preston, J T lu Slaoe, C II (nr) 43a Sutherland, Mrs J A 10a Scott A D & wife, school tax Stotts. W 11 Hrs 23a Stypes. Ray la Vaughn. N U 12 a No 2 Colored Caldwell, Harrison la Dunn, Tom lira 2a Garr.ett. Wm lira la Kennedy, Pert lira 3a Segar, William & Sister la Simpson, Geo 4a Jones, Hock 3a No 3 White Arnold, Ed ia Same 191G Hall, Spcid 80a Barr, Ollie 5a Burton, Worton Sa Clousc, Jim 23a Fain, Mra Mary E 130a Floyd. R M nr) 33a Hardin. Clay 10a Irvin, Sallie 3a Lemay, E 4a Lcmay, Sallie 32 1 Mathews. Ollis 14a Moberley, J A (nr) 15a Murphy, Sam 93 a McMillan. Phil 25a Navlor, Herbert la Osborne, E 23a Preston, Clayton 20a Ray, J R 79a Scrarbru'igh, Herbert 28a Wheeler, H H 25a Wylic. Geo (nr) 17a W II Whltaker 10a No 3 Colored Renfio, Wilson 3 Re)nolds, Johnson 4a , Warren, John 5a Warren, Joe 15a No 4 White Alma, A C (nr) 227 a Bagby. C C (nr) 00 a Brock, Carlo 50a Brock, Emmett 20a Brock, Jeas 50a Urock,.John 100 a ' Hill. T M 12 a Helton, Carr Ja Holman, J M 15a Holmes, Sam 10a Hopkins, Frank 25a Hunter. J W (nr) 72a King, Geo la King. Wm (nr) 150 n Lamb, Sam lja Letcher, Dr (nr) 1G6 a Mason, Bros 200 a Parker, Mra Lucy 15a Ponder, Arthcr (nr) 79 a Rogers, John a Slatton. I.ish 50 a Singleton. J N (nr) 45 a Whitted & Ward 230 a Williams. Ed (nr) 1 a Walker, II O (nr) 1 t( No 4 Colored Uurnslde, Clay 1 n Faulkner, Abe Jr (nr 3J a Faulkner, Hill 1 a Faulkner, Jas Ilrs 2 a Harris. Wm 2 a Kayanaugh, Arch 2 a Kennedy, Ed J a Kelley, Isah Ilrs 2d a Lackey, Clall 6 a Leavell, James 1 a Leavell, Al 1 H Merrltt, Henry S a Merritt John 27 a Mitchell Herbert 1 a Royston. Kate 3 a Slavin, Amanda 2 a Stewsrt, Yantia 7 a 3 G5 G 98 G 30 31 93 4 4 2 C5 G 30 8 28 2 32 7 G2 3 97 G 30 33 m 15 57 6 95 20 87 11 13 3 u" C5 30 18 2 63 10 38 6 96 4 97 8 95 4 4 G4 3 65 1 36 4 97 5 63 8 02 4 98 9 74 4 80 CO ' C8 16 01 G 03 5 95 42 80 30 63 8 95 2 65 11 07 12 CO 6 93 7C2 32 65 U 26 4 64 13 05 8 28 43 13 19 94 24 54 7 62 10 48 6 30 8 90 5 40 14 64 11 60 4 '75, 6 38 4 50 5 13 G"30' 8 ?5 3 97 4 97 4 31 5 30 34 19 4 97 3 00 4 32 3 20 22 32 2 33 ' 6 EG 4 97 4 72 16 90 3 64 2 32 2 4bt g oa 2 9S 4 97 3 65 6( 4 97 8 SA 7 C2 4 64 4 97 6 30 10 27 7 30 4 01 2 50 2 35 6 30 An Arab's Saying. "It Is well that nil uen tro not rich. Itlchea corrupt the wml, but virtue enlarges the hot;,' These words were found lu the parchment of an Arabic treatise by some ruler, and Is no doubt the bitter verdict of rauoy that are rich today. Exchange. Our Rabbits. The term rabbit was formerly more properly applied to tho burrowing poi ties of tho old world, Lepus cuulculus (meaning to burrow), though by common usata our molly cottontail haa so long beeii termed' rabbit that the pane will now stand, as will that ot Jack rabbit for the big western bars pt the prairies and Padtlc coast, 'JTlliaiataJt-St, AaWiilLlifci'-alii &' - The Central Record, Thursday, Jan 3, 1918. "MUST FIGHT TO THE FINAL END' Says Simuil Gompert, Leaatr of American Labor, In Article Written For National Security League. , By SAMUEL COMPERS, Keep your growing gl rlt free fran weakening coughs and you are to healthy vigorous iroracnhooM Thousands of mothers have written letters of thinks, felling what Mothers Thank Us PUBLIC Stock, Mill Uflllll 10th, 1918 An Effective Trap 0; RICHARD I N MARKIEY 1 (CoprMsht. HIT, WMt.ra Nisrspitir Ual.a.) President of the American Federation of Labor. There cannot be any peace until th people of the world who lore peace, who lore liberty, and who lore peace and liberty more than their own lives, are aiaured that never hall It be possible for Germany or Auatrli. or any oth er country, for that matter, to m a k such a bloody war upon tht) freedom e.,...i pr- - of the laftnple. To me It a aubject of much obscurity how It is physically or mentally possible for any man who iores liberty, who U a native or naturalized citizen of the United States, to make eren the slightest manifestation of objection to the prose' cutlon of this war to the final end. I grieve that many of our poor boys may fall, and Qod grant that but few shall fall or be hurt, but we should .think back to our distant ancestors who fought In the Rerolutlon to estab lish tbla republic and give to the world not only a new nation, but .new meaning to the rights of man. Do we begrudge the sacrifice of any man who gare his life In order that that great prlrllege should be established? Who among our men, who among our women, regrets eren the sacrifices that were made during our Civil War to abolish human slavery and to main, talc the Union? Who regrets the sac rifices that were made to rescue Cubs from the domination of Spain and make her an Independent republic? "Why, all hearts throb and our whole beings thrill when we can trace one who gave some contributory effort or n order that these great sacrifice achievements ahould lie as tho suc cesses of our country. And so wonder ful as are the achievements of our great Revolution, the tremendous ad Yance to maintain the Union and abol 1sh human slavery, the Independence of Cuba, all of them, great and glo rious aa they are, today the time and ,the opportunity mean the overthrow of Toryism the world over and the es tabllshment of universal democracy among all peoples on the face of the B5 aaB fan done for their daughters la rlddinij them ol coughs that "hunS on" and weskened them Just et the age when the yeung girli required all the phjrrlctl strength they could comrnind. Foley's Honey and Tar Is noted for l! quick effect on coughs, colds and rrci-- . Mr, Ada Saad.ra, Colttatawn, : W rokr'l lloacrIt J T.f n cur bcrtaedoalrcoulbrtBMdr rvr M cn wf two slrll wha lity bar, coMa." Foley's Honey and Tar Crop, Farming1 Imple- - 1. nil Stormes Drug Store. Uest Kind of Play Is Work. fne nf the best kinds of play Is furl;. Jinny of the elements of play liter Into work If It Is performed In Hie right spirit. The most satisfying rums of play nre those In which Inter vfl Is cxcltedj competition, with desire to succeed nnd accomplish some defl-nltend, make the came worth piny-lug- . Work Is fatiguing and distasteful when It Is lncklng In these ele ments. f.lercurd::. "i h"iu)tholdgy of undent pi-- tr Mercurltis, or to r. I'tulMi form of tin1 litlti ntiir tlto divinity of conmiercv nsul x:, i I tn Identified by lite limn; in lit" llreek Hermes. A tempi 4 was i' In Mercurlus us eurly in It. (". henr the Circus Minimus, ami nn f tlie got) existed near Hip l'nrtu nn by the side of n well. Ills fes- I was celebrated on May 23, itnd Ky by merchants who visited the i near the I'onta Capena to whkh imwert were ascribed. ments, Etc. In order to settle up the estate of Calvin Blakeman, deceased, we will sell at public auction, at ten o'clock a. m., on - THURSDAY, JANUARY at liis late residence, seven miles from Bryantsville. ten miles from Camp Nelson and twelve miles .from Burttin, better known a the Polly's Bend farm in Garrard county, (he following property: work mules, from 5 to 9 years old. two grade Jersey hellers, seen milk rows Boy mare, twenty-on- e some giving milk and some to be fresh soon: two Shorthorn heifers; five weanling calves; two yearling steers; 150 head of good ewesr. live No. 1 bucks: four good brood sows, Poland China boar, sixty-f- l' e fifty pound shoats. Farming Implements, Etc. Saw mill, J. I. Case threshing machine outfit, good as new; J. I. Case tractor, run one season; John plow. McCormirk binder, good as new; Deering binder: two Deering mowers: Buckeye Deere three-gan- g Superior drill; two double disc cutting harrows; two single disc cutKentucky dilll, mower: e ting harrows; new two double disc plows; five riding cultivators; walking cultivators: five cultivators, six double shovel p'ows; eight No. 13 walking plows; hill side plow; side delivery hay rake; sweep rake; hay tedder; manure spreader; No 1 1 Ulizzurd reed cutter; Mitchell wagon, good ns new; Sttidebaker wagon: Brown wagon: lodder wagon: log wagon: spring wugon; power wood saw: e e grain drill; clover seed corn planter, sheep dipping tank: feed crusher; corn sheller; drill; pond scraper; 1G0 bushels of navy beans: good buggy; set of buggy harness, good as new; twenty sets oil lunks; six pitchforks; lot of of work harness; sheep shearing machine; four corn Jobbers; two double trees and single trees; four grubbing hoes. Lot of household and kitchen furniture nnd many other thiogs too numerous to mention, which ure used on n 900 acre farm. culti-pocke- r; two-hortwo-horsone-hors- Cold? discovery Dizrr? Bilieai? Dr.King sN'ewLife Pillscausea healthy Bow of Bile and rid your Stomach and Bowels of waste and fermenting Csastiaated? body poisons. They are a Tonic to your Stomach aad Live and tone the general system. First dose relieves. Get a bottle today. 25c. all druggists. What you want is quick relief, llere's a fifty year old remedy that has proven beneficial for millions. Try it yourself. lSold by all druggists. Fmm X All sums of f 50. nnd under, cash; over this amount a credit of four months with good TERMS bankable note bearing interest at the rate of 0 per cent per annum from dnte of sale, with privilege of paying all cash. for Coughs e Colds earth. BLAKEMAN Lyne & Robinson. Auctioneers, Nlcholasville. Ky. BROTHERS Frank Smith and T. G. Wilds. Clerks CAMP WAR TALKS Buena Vista, Ky. National Security League Speakers to Instruct Boys In Training. The messsge of the underlying .cause of the war and the necessity for Its aggressive and efficient prose cution will be carried to the men who will follow the Stara and Stripes Into the trenches by the National Security league. In a new division of Its great campaign of Patriotism Through Education now being conducted throughout the country. The Leugue will send selected men from Its list of volunteer speakers to give the men at the various training camps and who are going to the front a thorougn understanding and complete knowledge of hy they are asked to serve their Country, eren at the sacrifice of their lives. The Security League speakers will .appear under the auspices of the War Camp Community Recreation Fund, of which John N. Willys Is chairman. The details are now being worked out by the managers of the League and the Recreation Fund, and It la expected that a complete schedule will be arranged, which will Include a series of meetings extending over the entire training period, at which speakers of national prominence will talk to the men at all the National Guard and National Army camps, 'Invisible Armor." The Idea of tending the Security League speakers to the training camps was suggested at a recent meeting of representatives of patriotic, business, fraternal and social organizations held under the auspices of the Recreation Fund, the War and Navy Department ComnilsBlcns on Training Camp Activities and the Playground and Recreation Association of America in Washington. The object of the meeting, as described by Secretary of War llaker, was to devise ways and means of building "an Invisible armor, which will be of more value In the protection of the men than their rifle and bayonets." Representatives were present from the Woman's Division of the Council of National Defense. Knights Rotary of Columbus, International Clubs of the World, Masons, General Federation of Women's Clubs, National Association of Commercial Organization Secretaries, Y. M. C A., Y, W. C. A--, Bed Cross, ate Th War and Nary Department iCommlssIon on Training Camp k ot which Raymond B. la chairman, baa charge ot pro- TOBACCO TO THE I II Lancaster Tobacco i II 8 Warehouse STANFORD STREET. C. A. SPEITH COMPANY, MGRS. We Pay the Highest Market Price and Unload the Same Day. No Commission Charged. Phone 308. BRANCH HOUSE AT MORELAND AND HI PAINT LICK, KY. viding recreation la th training jcaap prefer, tthlaUea, Yaudsvllle, ate. The Caaaaatty Ktereatloa Fucd I I One winter some year a en when I hat) become tired of a long continuation of snowstorms anil colli weather I roncltitleil to c 1 Florida to get the ctilll out of my bones. I rest lied lit land of (lowers when thpjr were most beautiful and most fragrant. The transition from w Inter to early summer lilted me with delirious languor. The morning after mjr arrival I basked on the veranda of my hotel till midday when I bethought mrself to pny taj respect to an aunt ot mine cottage In the plare. I who had aide gale left the hotel grounds by mro came t and crossing n vacant I found an opening it hedge In which anil pnsstil through to mj aunt's grounds. Directly In my path to the homo was n pngoda surrounded by magnolias and other trees and shrubs. It was a Very attractive looking place and approaching It I yielded to a de sire to go Into the pagoda and see what It waa like. As Mon as I reached a mint where t could look between the IhiiiIis aud (lowers I caught most bewitching sight. A young girl lay asleep In a There was everything hammock. about the picture to render It chinning. Kven the colors ot the hammock blended with those of the girl's gauzy raiment, and the surrounding flowers. As to the girl herself, there was about her the relaxation of slumber; a faint color In her cheeks; her lips were slightly parted; her breast was rlslug and falling. Now, consider a fellow In the first freshness of youth transited within twenty-fou- r hours from a land of Ice and snow to one of tropical mildness, coming suddenly uon a girl, robed In the sheer apparel of the South, tying asleep In a hammock, with a pair of undefended coral lips, and tell me Is he to be blamed for yielding to a desire to kiss them? The only requisite la courage. I had not the courage, but drawn to the girl despite ray want of It. I paused as soon as I saw her, but presently begsn a rasll-llkadvance. I put a foot on the lowest of the three steps leading up to the pagoda. I mounted It, and since the girl did not open her eyes, I stood on the second step, and then on the third. There was no great terror In me yet because I had committed no overt act. I slipped my feet along the pagoda floor till I came within reaching distance. Suddenly It occurred to me that If the girl ahould awaken and see a strange man stsmling over her It would be vrry embarrassing to the man. Perhaps she might give a ttrlek. J shuddered at the thought. Hut a glsnre at those lips banished fear. I bent over them, hesitating, bending lower, till at last I touched them, with mine. I'or a few seconds I wis In heaven's flower garden. As I raited myself I looked for her eyes to open and regard me with Indignation or withering contempt. Marvelous the slept on. 1 wondered If she would stand another kits without awakening, t resolved to risk It. This time I pressed her lips more firmly and longer than before. Then I straightened myself and away. Looking back I saw that the was still sleeping. My aunt received me cordially and asked me to dine with her the same evening. "I have a young lady friend from the ?.irtli visiting me," she said. ! wish jou to meet her. I have told her you are In every rcect a flne fellow; so put your best foot forward and don't do anything to disappoint her. rJhe Is ut nn nee when u girl u man to be the qulutescence of deference. Don't fall to practice all those little rednements exjiected of a thoroughbred." I promised my aunt that I would mind my l'.'s and Q.'s and left her, wondering If the girl I had kissed was not the guest the hud referred to. That night. In evening dress, I went again to my aunt's. On tho way 1 plucked the most delicate flower I could And If I remember rightly It was a rose for my button-hole- . I found my aunt and tho young lady I hud ktssed on the veranda, made my most courtly bow on being Introduced to tt latter, and when she remarked the beauty of tho roso I wore In ray , button-holeI handed It to her taylng that It was a pity to mar her other wise perfect appearanco with even a rose. I considered this at the time a line compliment ; I now consider It ful some nnd boyish. Sho cuit her eyes down saying that sho had been dancing very late for aereral nights In successlou end was judly In need ot sleep. Sho could not look well under these circumstances. This explulned why she had not been awakened by my kisses. It bad been said that the nature o woman Is especially adapted to Intrigue. I can vouch for the fact that sho U remarkable at deception. I am married to the girl I kissed and she! has made a confession about the kissing. Having heard about me and my fortune from my aunt she resolved when I appeared to appropriate me. From an upir window. she aaw me leave the hotel the morning 1 called on my aunt and ran down and out to ber pagoda which she knew I moat pass. 8be succeeded In throwing her self into the hammock only a few minutes before I reached her. Rli was aa wide awake when I kissed Iter as aha wan on ber wedding day. fas ' J . .ft 1 The Central Record, Thursday, Jan 3, 1918. WAR ISSUES TO BE TAUGHT pSBVaVBBBBVBBBWgW(agtWfagfJgfJgSBJBJpjHi INJCHOOLS National Security Loague Will Toach Every Child Why U.S. Is at War and Must Win. AUre to the menace Involved In the recent rcrrltlcni, not only of dlilor ally, but of pathy nd Ignorance ward the war In mujr lections of the counlrjr. threatening at once the suc cessful prosecution of the war and the very foundations of Amrtlranlsm, the National Security League has lnau ruratrd an effort of wide scope to further patriotic education In the achools of the country. The League has requested ever? educational In' structor In every state In the Union to add to the curriculum of each school under bis or her Jurisdiction, as apart of each day's actual teachlne. Instruction of the children In the reasons for this country entering the war, the menace of defeat end the duty of every eltlien to render some service In support of America's cause. The Security League's effort to carry this practical Instruction In loy. ally to the school children of the land, and through them Into the homes. Is being promoted by a series of letters which have been sent to all the state the superintendents of education, three thousand county superintend' of enta and the supertntendenta schools of erery city In the country of League baa 2.S0O Inhabitants. The nter also written the Mayors and the editors of the leading newspapers In all the principal cities asking them to giro the educational authorities their fullest support In putting this patriotic teaching Into effect. "Hlnher Patriotism." The keynote of the League'a Idea Is thus eipressed In the letters to the editors urging their support; The spirit with which our men fight abroad depends very largely upon the spirit of the American people and the unity of Congressional sup port In upholding tlie government Victory will be achieved all the more speedily and certainly It there la In this country a strong and enthusiastic sentiment for the war This can be created by making It plain to the people why we are at war and Uie necea ally of victory. The teacher la a powerful factor In preserving national liberty and honor To aet the facts before the children In plain and easily understood Ian guage will unquestionably result In the mesasge being carried Into the homes of the poor!" and, through a upon understanding based clear knowledge, a higher patriotism wilt be " developed The Inauguration of this campaign was determined by the Kierutlve Committee of the Fecurlty league because It reallied that tba best wayo overcome Indifference and Ignorance, as well as disloyalty, was through a clear national understanding of the reasons for the war. It was felt that mere denunciation of disloyalty i not sufficient. The Resolution. The Security League'a resolution starting this campaign reads as fol Iowa: "Whereas, Wars are now waged not , only by armies, but also entire and It Is the spirit of the people of the Allied rations ahlej must win victories, we look with grave concern tpon the alleged seditious views ol certain teacbera as a menace to the Uvea of our men In the army and navy: "Resolved, That, without prejudging the actions or views of any particular teacher or reflecting upon the vast majority of our teachers who are loyal and patriotic, we urge upon thr Hoard of Kducatlon of the City of New York, and In fact of all cities, to re move from their teaching staffs forth with any teacher who la proven not to be supporting the conduct of the war and not upholding the federal govern ment with absolute loyalty: "Resolved, That, as a national necessity and as a war measure, we call upon every Hoard of Education, school commissioner and school committee to put Into the curriculum of the schools without delay, aa a part ot each day's actual tuition, the facts showing why we are at war with Oer many, the danger of failure to this country and the duty of every Ameri can to support the conduct of the war loyally and by service." MITTEL-EUROP- A Danville M '1 CARDS.l I i Rex Garage A. D. BRADSHAW. Prop elusive - J At the Danville Market this week some record high sales have been made. Garrard County Tobacco Brings High Averages. Some of the sales made BUICK CARS Phone 66 Open Day and Night. Quick and Satisfactory Service Tuesday. Dunn and Hughes of Garrard. 250 pounds at (33. 2S5 pounds at $34. Office at Rainey'a Livery Stable. Lancaster. Kentucky Or. Wm. D. Pryor, Veterinary Surgeon ' and Dentist. Omcellour.? at$38. at $25. 150 pouuds 0 pounds at 1 $35. OS pounds at $33' 190 pounds at $36. 340 pounds at $33. 200 pounds at $35. 280 poundsjat $30. 210 pounds 250 pounds at $40. M. K. Denny and W.A. Wiieelei Doctors Of Denial Surgery. Offleet Sloriart UnlldlngOT r Hart A Andcl son's itrntture ritore. Total Average for Crop, $33.20 Dunn and Hogue, Garrard County. pounds at $33. 185 pounds at $32. 1C0 LANCASTER, KENTUCKY." 150 pounds 225 pound i at at $35. $31. 2P0 pounds 325 pounds at at $35. $35. 270 pounds 205 pounds at at $33. $26. 190 pounds 145 pounds at at $23. $20.50. S5 pounds at $21 50 Total Average for Crop $30.95. The Wayenberg Line of Work Shoes for Men and Boys. Hester and Long, Lincoln County. at at 3M;pounds at 245 pounds 225 pounds $31. $26. $29.50. 330 pounds 145 pounds 225 pounds Best by test. Every pair guaranteed. G. C. COX. 290 pound, 250 pounds Manse,Ky at $33. at $26.50 at $26.50. 360 pounds 275 pounds 245 pounds at at at $33. $32. 26. 255 pounds 275 pounds at at $29. $31. 405 pounds 365 pounds at at $31. $32. at at $28.50 $29. Total Average for crop, $30. J. A. Beazlev MINERAL DIRECTOR Offlce Over National Bank. PEOPLES ALLEN TOBACCO WAREHOUSE Incorporated COMPANY Residence t'hone 3. Office 1'hone 27 LANCASTER. KY. M. JESSE W. OVERSTREET. Asst Mjjr People's Tobacco Warehouse. HFIATT, Asst Mr. Walnut Street Warehouse. JOHN S. VAN WINKLE, Secretary. J. PATRICK, Dentist. Kentucky. J I. M. Dunn, President. At Sunday School, "(live nil acniul.t of Uulanm," wild tin- "Itnlnniii wm it prophet vim llviil n lone way off," replied the student. "After n while lie went mil fur n rldt' on his donkey, und lie got rry nngry with the donkey nml lilt Mm, und n voire from heaven wild, 'Vim limit not lilt the donkey; It I" lioly Danville, Kentucky. He Didn't Know. In n tnurdr trial six experts were exnmlhed. Most of them had a reputation. A hypothetical question of 20,(K1 wonR which It required two hours to read, was asked of Doctor Jelley, a r.oMon expert on Insanity. The learned doctor answered the question In three words: "I don't know." A frank uniwcr, but nitlier perplexing to counsel. Case and Comment. Flaurce Time of Falling Stone. The time u Btono would require tn fall the 4,000 mile to the center of tho enrlli lias been calculated for tho I'nrl Academy of Sdencen, by M. Sanger, Conlilerlns the Inlluence of the varying density of the earth, lie tnils the time would be II) minutes 15 ocomhi, but If the mean density is to bo the condition, the time would be 70 neconds greater. Paint Lick, Honaker ground.'" Women Better or Worse. Women, wlmi they nre bad, are worse than men mid More illxponed to commit crime. When the xex which Is sweet by Inheritance onee becomes degraded It falls Into greater excesses than the other. Women are always either much better or much worse thnu men. Itonopnrte. Thcught and Faith. Urn wlm .ire heeling for knowledge In regard In Mibjects at to which there ran. In the nature of things, be none, might' well u.'U tliemeleM whether there It trt tie no sphere left In human thought In which fulth can operate. It wus Mild of Arnold of Ituguy thut his mind could rent ri quietly la the presence of iloulit us in thut ot (Uncovered truth. It It u grent thing to be uMo tn believe where we cannot prove. Kxchiinge, The undersigned hereby give warning to all persons not to trespass upon our lands lor any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all offenders to ful lest extent of t- - law. Hunters and. ' Fishermen especially take notice. I Ed & N U Price R. L. Elkin I II. O. Arnold. J. C. Ricsby. I Mrs. E. U Frajee John Tatum. It. L. Arnold. T. R. Slavin. C. M. Moberly. It. L. Barker. II. M. Lear. S. C. ItlRfey. Julia Parks Sirus Daily, A. L. Gibba. J. D. Navlor. W. S. Ferguson, Mrs. J. Wade Walker Mrs. Emma lligginbotham. James M. White and wife. We will add other names for 25cents cash. POSTE Fine Cut Flowers. John M. McRoberts. J.E. EDWARDS, M.D Phone 365-- Monks Carved Church Seats, ("lurch seats cimei! Iiy monks nre lie seen within the walls of the an-t- .r .ii diurcli at Clodmk mi tlie border I 'loninoutlishlre. Tlie edifice nun I 't some right centuries" ngu und for nv jcur It had Interesting relations t Uiiitlioriy Atibey while It wua the li. t.'.i of the ndjucent inoimstery Hint nirli of the beautiful ennlng The lino tower Is now ko '.. d.ilitl that It must le npnillly rial If It 1" to be raved from ruin. BUCKEYE, KY. Hardy Flowering Plants ans Bulbs For Fall Planting Deposit Now You'would not think of canning Beans In February, Because there are no beans tn 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.whlle the sun shines, not when It rains. BANK YOUR Total Assets One-Fourth MONEY NOW. We offer you our services to help you to save. Million Dollars. mAt thevpriiAmaW (pherb or inplu- - .m TMflsMA aaaiaf stows FrussU aaa the tbAtftmmraam umds aw immmMmAmmmmtkUmUmUm Peoples Bank. Lick, Kentucky. Paint (2.00 worth of hardv planta and bulbs for fall n'antinR POSTI'AlD-foron- ly S1.00. Write for particulars and FREE HUNTERS TAKE NOTICE. FALL FLOWER HOOK, which tells This Agreement Witnesseth; That what to plant, how to plant and when to plant. , in order to protect the game on our lands for a period of three vears we SINGER, THE FLORIST bind ourselves not to hunt thereon, nor HARRODSBURG, KY. ROUTE, I'. permit anybody else to do so. and we further agree to prosecute with dill gence all persons who violate the game laws of Kentucky or trespass upon our lands for the purpose of hunting. And we further agree to act as Deputy North.bound. Game Wardens for the purpose of car No. 10 Cincinnati Express, rving out this agreement. Except each dailv i:SH n m of us have the right to kill rabbits on No. 4 Spe cial, dailv 6:0.1 a.m. our Tarms or permit it to be done by another under our supervision, or the No. 2S Dlua Grass Special, dailv exceDt Sun.6:0fi a.m. supervision of some responsible and No. 14 Carolina Special, reliable person selected by us. dally 7:00 a.ra No. 6 Local ExDress. dailv 1:3s n m. This November 16th, 1915. 3. L. Elkin, Limited, J. E. Robinson, No. K:2(i nm. dailv Ino. M. Farra, W. II. Drown, tV. B. Burton. Alex Walker. No. 12 Royal Talm, dally.. 5:37 p.m. South-bounilaselden Bros., T. A. Elkin. J. II. Dalton, F. M. Tinder. No. 6 L o c a I Express, John II, Smith. dailv Logan Hubble, Hi or m J. N. Boss. G. M. Deshon. No. 11 Royal Talm, daily..U:20 a.m. Fisher Herring, II. Jj, Cox, No. 1 New Orleans LIm. Hughes Bros, Red. dailv 11:35 a m. J. W. Sweeney, Withers Bros. W. M. Mahsn, No. 13 Carolina Special, William, Marcus and Jim White. d"y 10:15 p.m. B. F. Wilmot, SpeJ. V. Tone. No. 3 Fred J. Conn, Mrs. David Chenault. cial, dally U:35 p.m. J, V. Elmore, W. It. Cook. No. 0 Florida Spe T. C, Itankln. Huffman Bros. cial, dailv 11 lK? nm Sam Cotton. Wm. G. Anderson. No. 27 Blue Grass Spe T. M. Arnold. Jr. W. B. Moss cial, dally except R. E. Henry, jn0. M. White. Sunday, arrives- - 8:15 p.m. A. D. Bradshaw, Bright Herring. For rates, routes and infanuilaa R. L. Barker. Scott Huffman call upon or address M. J. CoogUia, Wm. and Lizzie Onatott "phone 349. Southern Rail Road. Danville, Ky. fnt The Central Record. Thursday. Jan 3 1918. OUR CLEARANCE SALE Began Tuesday, dan 1st, 1918 This is our Annual Clearance Sale and includes Ladies' and Children's Garments, Dry Goods, Household Linens, Ladies' Fur nishings, Underwear, Hosiery, Fine Silver, Glassware, Jewelry and everything else in our stock. COME We advised you last January to buy all you needed then and you saved money on every purchase. We again advise you that the 1918 prices will be much higher. Buy all You need for a yea" IB THE MORNINGS - TERMS SPOT CASH - NO GOODS LAID ASIDE OR SENT ON APPROVAL. Ladies Furnishings. NECKWEAR We offer our entire line of Collars, Jabots. Ties, Sets, Etc., at n reduction of All Kid Gloves and Fabric Gloves will be sold at GLOVES reduce;! prices during the sale. None exchanged or fitted. one-fift- h. TAILORED SUITS HALF PRICE. of One-half Childrens' Dresses. li We offer our choice of over one hundred finest Tailored Suits, made by teat tailors in New York and Cleveland, from only pure wool material!, at exactly half price $19.75 $23,00 $32.00 $39 CO $45.00 $55 00 We offer our line of Children's Dress ut a reduction from old prices. Sale prices will be about the prices for Spring of 1018. All our lines of Women's Children's and Men's Hosiery, including McCallum. Kayser and Gotham Pure Silk Hosiery, will be at reduced prices MUN3WGWEAR Our entire line of the celebrated Muns-in- g best in the world will be offered at Union Suits-t- he reduced prices Warner's Rust Pioof. Rcdfcrn and Gossard CORSETS Front Lacing Corsets will all be sold nt reduced prices. HOSIERY Suits now Suits now $9.87 . Jack Tar Middies. During this sale we offer Sl.OO Jack Tar Middies at 90c. $1.25 Jack Tur Middies nt SI 10; 51 50 Jack Tor Middies nt 51. 3. 12.50 1G.0O Suiti now.... Suits now . . . Suits now.... Suits now 19.7S 22 80 27.80 Wash Goods. LADIES COATS REDUCED-ONE Muslin Underwear We will olfer our entire line of Ladies' Muslin and Silk Underwear ut reduced prides during this sale. The original prices were same ns hist year and the discount we will offer will make every garment a bargain. Every piece of Gingham, Percale. Calico. Shirting. Madras. Sntteens, Outing Etc. will be offered nt decided reductionmuch less than present wholesale price. THIRD Mar.y entirely new Coats, which were delayed In transit by the blizzard. Materials are 1'oiivla. Pom Poms, Silverstoner, Vetcur Tweeds, Etc and all reduced $ 7.95 $12.50 Coats now 9.95 $15.00 Coats now 12.95 $19.75 Coats no 1G.C5 $25.00 Coats, now .... 22.95 $35.00 Coats now '. 29.93 $45 00 Coats now Silverware. Sheffield Silver, Btcrling Silver of all kinds, best plated 1817 Rogers nnd Alvin ma'aes. An immciuc to select from nnd all nt reduced prices. Table Linen and Napkins. We have in stock about 40 pieces of Pure Linen Table Paniask. at 51.25, 52 52 25, $250, S3 00. These were Domestics. Sheets and Sheetings; Pillow Coses and all kinds of Cottons will be reduced. bought III 191 i anil are soling now in New York at more than double these prices. Also Mercerized Damasks, and Jaf Linen Damasks at S."c, 05c, $1.25 A fair stock of Pure Linen Napkins. Also Table Cloths with Napkins to match, nt $10. to $25. a set. During this sale oil theie will be sold nt a reduction. SERGE AND SILK DRESSES Every Uress in our stock will be offered at Rrsatly prices during this sale $17.60 Serge Dreajes nuw $17.60 Silk Dresses now i. $19.75 Silk Dresses now $25.00 Serge Drosses now $22.60 Silk Dresses now $32.60 Silk Dresses now $55 00 Silk Dksici now $33.00 Velvet Dresses now reduced $ White Goods Specials. 1 1.95 $250Ten-yard - Ten-yar- d 51.90 $'.'.70 Ten-yar- d -Te- n-yard piece piece piece piece 25c Nainsook. 30c Nainsook. 25c Long Cloth. 39 Inch Shynn Nainsook, was 35c Towels We offer a line assortment of Plain and Fancy Color ed Bath Towels nt all prices from 20c to Sl.OO Huckaback Towels from 18c to 51.25. A few numbers of Pure Linen Huck Towels All at reduced prices. 9.76 9.75 13.95 per yard. 53.50- H.95 19.75 29.75 39.75 Plain Linens Linen Sheeting;. Union Linen Sheetings, Dress Linens. Linen Lawns. Linen Cambrics at a reduction of 10 per cent from old prices. piece of the Celebrated Shlmosa Nainsook, 42 inches wide. Sells for 15c per yard. piece 53.50 Twelve-yar- d Liberty Bell Long Cloth. Present market price Is 50.00. 15c Yurd Pajutnn Cloth, full 3(1 inches wide. These were all bought a year ago and we are giving . you the benefit. Ten-yard - FURS! FURS! FURS! 51.25 Outing Cloth Night Gowns, at 98 cents. Golu Jewelry Fine line of Wrist Watches. Cameo Brooches, Gold Brooches, Lavnllierres. Cuff Buttons, Chains, Bracelets. Etc.. all bought direct from the makers and will be offered nt a discount of 20 cents on the dollar. We offer our entire stock of Muffs and from Neck Pieces at a reduction of one-fourt- Dress Goods and Silks. We will offer very decided reductions on nil plain nnd fancy Silks of every kind. Also nil kinds of Woolen Dress Goods. h regular prices. SHIRT WAISTS. $3.75 Vlctiria Crep de Chene Waista ut $5.00 (iwiruetto and Crepe Waiits nt ... and Ciepe Wulsls at ... $u 00 (jeori?-- Ladies' Sweaters. .$ 2.60 3.35 . 3.95 We will offer a lot of ers nt gren'ly reduced prices. and fiber Silk Sweat- Red Blankets and Comforts It is almost impossible now for us to buy either Com adforts or Blankets, nnd everyone we have Is worth an we cut "everything in this sale" so these too will vance, but bent reduced prices. Automobile Rugs. Fine6t pure wool Robes to had in more than fifteen styles anil all extra large sizes. All nt reduced prices for th!x side. Rsincoats, Skirts, Petticoats and Children's Coats at Reduced Prices During this sale. Everything about this sale will be found exactly as represented. No Evasions of any kind. All Goods marked plain and Reduction Cards on each line so that you can figure the Sale Prices, A. B. ROBERTSON & BRO MAIN STREET. DANVILLE, kY.