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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): January 10, 1918 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1918 cen1918011001_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 10, 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. THE CENTRAL RECORD. TWENTY EIGHTH YKxJ LANCASTER. K.Y., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, JANUARY 10. 1918. If the label on your pap er doesn't show 1018, you are in arrears and owe us $1.00. Please remit be fore we are compelled to discontinue it. We arc going to drop several hundred next week, so remit quick before you miss an issue. The W. C. T. U. meets Saturday NUMBER 41. pltEE HORSE 3 E1F1F1E DESTRUCTION OF SHOEING GAUTEMALA CITY. We have secured a flrdt class shoer. Give us a trial. Don't forget that we have one of the best equipped shops in the country. We REPAIR all kinds of Dlsttesslng news Is received concerning the destruction of Gautf mala City that has been for days In tlio throes of earthquake shocks until the city Is completely wiped cut of exiitence and nearly all ot its inhabitants maimed or killed, and the last report is that tho shocks are still In progress. Truly the world seems to be in a statu of upheavnt al and turmoil and cries of distress are heard from almost everv quarter of the globe. THE UNIVERSAL CAR Highest price for corn. Hughes & Fnrnau. RIM-WA- Y Hudson, WELDING MACHINE IN- TEAM. STALLED BY CONN BROS. One of the greatest and recent Inventions and one that will prove a great aid to the farmer. Is the new Welding Machine Installed recently in the shops of Con.) Brothers of this city. Always looking after the interests of the farmer, this enterprising firm never lets a good thing get by them and the addition of the wonderful machine should be welcomed by the people of this Farm Machinery and Implements Don't throw your old machinery away you can have it put in good order at a when small cost. We can save you money. Conn EH LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. Brothers. 1LJLJ (( IE li&J&&f&2Z!VS,i!iS lVSXS!S!l& S?M SrZ5tf. ltfl&VVEZ'S2FbrtJ & aal tlat GaaHftBiTTEEB CURE for Meg Flint err Cholera rc hw if H mw.I Uwli is I A team of horsci, hitched to a new Studebaker wagon, all belonging to Luke Navlor. of this county, became frightened at the train last Monday morning, in .front of the office of Hudson, Hughes and Farnau and ran at' break-necspeed up Stanford street and half way around the public square, landing In front of the grocery store of Theo Currey, with two broken wheels. a broken axle and a apllnterrd coupling Only recently this office had (he mispole. Fortunately and miraculously, fortune to break a large casting on one no one was hurt. of our motors and for a time we thought we were "up against it. and probably would have had towalt for another KELLY TOBACCO SEED. from the factory, but Conn Bros, came This office has been getting out this tu our rescue and welded It as nice and week, several thousand envelope, suit- firmly as If lt.had been a small rod. able for mailing the Famous Kellv It will weld anything from a toy pistol Ttbacco seed, the patronage of which to a small cannon nnd the expense is can hardly be supplied. This eed is very little. If you break a piece of now known over the United States and casting, no matter hovr large, don't Mr. Kelly tells us he Is prepared to send to the factory for Another until take care of his customers, if they will vou have consulted these expert work send In their orders early. Head their men, advertisement in this issue of the Itecord. We can trulv recommend the SHIFTING OF SCENES originators of this seed and what they la County Offices Las' Monday Momiof. may say can be depended upon. 1500; Sedan, $C93; One-To- n Truck These prices f, o. b. Detroit. once? Runabout, (345; Touring Car, $3G0;Coupelet, Chassis, $600. When you buy a Ford cur you buy an established quantity, a proven quality a motor car that ia giving satisfaction in practically every form of service under every'conditlon whereon automobile can be used. A car that may be. depended on in every circumstances. No one will dispute this fact. Then why not place your order for a Ford at HASELDEN BROS. GARAGE. Diaw A Check' ':i SELLS SECOND FARM Itlley ard tloyd Ison are determined tnat Ureen Kites shall not own a farm in Gairard county, for just about the. time Green gets located, one of them "pops" up and buys him out. Estea priced his place cn the Buckere Toad to Boyd Isom and h the twinkling of an eye Estes was out of a home. Estea has n good many friends in the county Who hated to see him leave his native heath and advised him to buy the Mark Golna place on the Lexington road, which he did and moved in. Itlley Isom then appeared on the scene and asks Estea to price him the Golna farm. With the themometor hovering around tha zero mark, and re membering his experience with Boyd Isom, he hesitated, but made a price that gave him a liberal profit and Kites found himself out of a home again. But Itlley, who is a kind hearted fellow had some pity on Estea and rented him the tarm for 1918. so w re glad to have Green with us for another year. will be the price of the Courier-Journal for 1918. Please let mc renew your Subscription. if iVtoRObertsDrugStore 8 Light your House, Barn and other buildings Mr Farmer with NEW Assumes Control COUNCIL Of City Affairs. 8 ELECTRICITY. I Safer than Lamps and Lanterns. Can be operated cheaper than coal oil. Our plant will last you a life time. Let us talk It over with you. BAST1N BROS. Lancaster, Ky. IT I New Year's Resolution RESOLVED t I i that I will do my trading at Sander's Variety Store. Always a fresh line of Staple and Fancy Groceries, Queensware, Notions, Etc. Cheaper Than the Rest-Be- tter Than the Best. Try our line of Sunshine Cakes and Crackers None better. IP ( IJeWPWsxewflrW1, The old council under the leadership or Major Davidson, closed up its af fairs last Monday eveping and then Immediately Mayor John M. Duncan portant office. took his seat aa the leader of the new County Clerk Elect, J. 1). Bourne, THE COAL SITUATION. council, after being aworn In by deputy was sworn In last Saturday and assum clerk, Cronley Broaddus. The shifting We aro doing our best to keep a ed his duties Monday morning, after or administrations was very informal swearing in Mr. Cronley Uroaddus, who supply of some kind of coal on hand, in and after the old council had allowed Is to be lils Chief Deputy. Mr. John order that there may not be any sufsome old claims ana heard reports from fering in our town and we' have to take M. Duncan, who seived as countycourt We various committees. Miyor Dav clerk for a number of years, has agreed any kind we can set at a very high idson very gracefully turned his seat to assist Mr. Bourne, until he has be price, the most of which looses the over to Mayor-Elec- t Duncan and wish come sufficiently acquainted with the dealer money and we have to pay for It y. ed his administration everv success. dutlea nf the office, that he can master on receipt of bill or in advar.ee to get It Alter the new council had it alone. Mr, Bourno Is one of the at all. We hope the public will see at in. Mayor Duncan, announced the first most prominent republicans of the once, our position and when we demand business of the meetlnc was in county and defeated Mr. Will Doty by cash for coal will not get angry about oint a clerk. On motion Mr. Horace it for when the bill come with the coal, a small majority In November. HernJon was unanimously chosen. The Sheriff elect, A. K. Walker was it means we want cash for it and we next office to be named was City At In last Monday morning and im are'asking no more of you than the torney, which brought out a nice little swoin mediately assumed Ills duties, naming mines ask of us. Very truly. contest. Councilman Bailey, nominal Gaiiraud Milling Co. Mr. V, A. Lear aa his deputy, who also ed II. Clay KauITman and Councilman took the oath as such. Mr, Walker is Hughes nominated It. II. T.imlin.,,,, the most influential Democrat iu the HEMP GROWERS ATTENTION! uouncilmau AJanis seconded both nnm county and that he had no opposition in inaiions, and n motion was mado to November, speaks Whereas up until the present time well for his ability vote by secret ballot, which as an officer, to say nothing of his pop no offer has been made on the 1917 VJ The vote showed Hire votes for Kautf. ularity in both partid. His deputy. hemp crop to the growers of tho counman and three for Tomlinson, which Mr. Lar is equally as popular and well ty and the growers are anxious to gat left Mayur Duncan to untie, which h known and his appointment as deputy. some line ontyrices, a mass meeting of did Immediately by caitinir hla vol for meets with coneral all hemp growers In Garrard County is nnnrovnl thrniir-h- Tomlinson, thereby naming him the out the county. hereby called for Saturday, JunusrylS, I! city attorney. Mr. L E Hcrron was uncle Dave Ross goes in for another at 2:30 I'. M, In the court house at Lan unanimously cheseu as Cltv Marshall. four years as jailer and his friends say caster Ky. Superintendent of the Water Works he ran hold it as long as he likes. Mr. John If. Fields, Marketing Agent, and Tax Collector and his salary put at Mr. A. T. Scott, of Bryantsville, goes U. S. Department of Agriculture who $115 a month. In as Assessor and is the first Itepuhli has node a trip east and thoroughly Mr, W. r Champ was can assessor Garrard county has had Investigated the hemp markets, wl be treasurer unamiouily and Parker Jen- for a number of years, Mr, Scott Is present and will be able to give uj 5' kins retains his position as engineer at well and favorably known throughout aome extremely good news. Every Water Worki plant. the county and Is at present the senior hemp grower in the county, whether The Mayor then named the various member of the firm of Scott and Mar- - his crop Is big or little, Is urged to be committees and on motion the meet- see at Bryantsville. present. It will be to your financial ing adjourned. The entire incoming administration Interest to attend. This la strictly a Besides Mayor Duncan, the council has the belt wishes of the people, of business meeting and no time will be Is composed of the following n the county for a succiisfu) manage- - wasted In "palaver." II, C, Bailey, Jack dent ot the counties affairs, over which citizens: Yours trulv, Adams, Harry Anderson, Ed Hushes. they have control for the next four J. A. AMON. President 11. Conn and Joe Kelley, Garrard County Agricultural Board. years. The trnnsferrlr g of the various offices of the county took place last Monday morning with little ceremony and little confusion to the public. The new officers elect having made satisfactory bonds before retlung Judge Arnold last Saturday, all that was left to be done last Monday, was the swearing in of these officers and the formal trans fer of the several offices. County Judge elect. Forest Stapp, was sworn In by Circuit Clerk. Joe Burnslde, last Saturday afternoon, and the new magistrates elect, Squire Harrison Ray, who succeeds Squire Ham, J. D. Carter, who succeeds J. M. Met- calf, and J. II. Clark, successor to Squire John White, all took the oath of office last Monday mornintt. Mr mag Logan lion la the only hold-ove- r istrate and he was without opposition. The political complexion of the court is now Republican, the county judge and two magistrates of this political faith gives them a majority. Judge Stapp served the county for a number of years as a magistrate ot the Buckeye district and made a good official. His friends predict that he will be just as efficient in the office to which he has been elected and will look well after the Interests of the county. Mr. Green county At Clay Walker was torney without opposition, which speaks well for the record he macV during the last four years he has held this Im for the money you owe and note how much more respectfully your creditors regard you. They like to do business with a man who has an account at the Garrard Bank ff Tnat Co. They know be is doing business in a busireaa like way. Better open such an account even it your affairs are not large. They will grow all right. The Garrard Bank & Trust Com'pany LECTURE FREE. FARM. AND PER- . Everyone with a drop of patriotic SONALTY SELL blood In his veins should come out to the Court House to' night, and hear fThe Thomas Realty Company, . sold Miss Phillips. Miss Phillips comes un- tha t.anmm I I w .In. , . .) der the auspices of the Woman's Club property and the lecture, which promises to be though last Thursday aa advertised, a small crowd waa on hind on a good one, will be free. account or the bitter cold day, the bid ding was spirited and everything sold wen, ine mm containing 103 acres WORK MULES FOR SALE. was sold to Willis Turner a prominent We have 3G good work mules for sale Colored citizen in that section, tor $103. three and four yeara old, all mares ex- an acre. The total sales for the day cept four. Will sill single or in pairs. amounting to about 112,000. Cant. W. Some extra good, teams T. King Was the auctioneer and did hla of mare mulea readv for the. plow, all work In his usual satisfactory manner. broken. J. E. Robinson. Lancaster, Ky. BANKS OLD OFFICERS. The annual election of officers for the different banks in the city took place last Tuesday. The National Bank, The Citizens National Bank and The Garrard Bank and Trust Company all elected their old officers to serve for the ensuing year. The Citizens National Bank has named Mrs. Naomi Hamilton, as clerk In this bank and she will assume her duties upon her return from Florida, which will probably be In thir-t- y days. The Garrard Bank and Trust Company, named Mr. Harry Anderson, In addition to as assistant book-keepthe regular officers. Mr. Anderson has been on duty for several weeks and has proven very efficient. 1 PRESERVE OUR ART TREASURES. Kentucky is, forging to the front, in every way and along with the conservation of food and fuel, an effort Is hi-In- g made to preserve our art treasures in a State Art Museum. We have in our own town, some valuable pictures. At least three from the brush ot Jouelt, Kentucky'a most famous artist Then there hangs in our court bouse. two very valuable pictures of Chris. topher Columbus and Amtricus Vespu. clous. These were reported to the State Chairman and in reply, aha says, "Concerning those wonderful pictures I did not dream Kentucky owned any. thing by Scvudino. Please see that they are protected and aome day we may be able to give them a setting In a State Museum. Please report any- other valuable worka you mar find." The Central Record, Thursday, Jan 10, 1918. COMPARE THESE FIGURES Richmond Averages to January 5th, $28.56 DIFFERENCE $1.12. We wish to compare with any house in the state. Some sales made Jan 7th, as follows: Morgan and Shelton Bellamy and Long Wilson and Cates Ben Moberly J. D. Pearson , Sallee and Bogie Howard and Ringon LEXINGTON AVERAGES TO JANUARY 5th $27.44 ' 1510 pounds 2285 pounds 3080 pounds 595 pounds 475 pounds 590 pounds 3355 pounds $37.07 30.75 35.50 3060 35.12 J.A.Curtis Ballatd & Shelton Bybee and Tugfile 1080 pounds 3451 33.88 31.00 33.33 33.47 32.42 2190 pounds 785 pounds 1830 pounds 1085 pounds 2775 pounds H.B.Curtis Million and Prather Jett and Smith 3520 34 05 Our sales for this week are stronger on all rade, selling up to 50cts for big baskets. Try us with your next load. Home Tobacco W'house INCORPORATED. RICHMOND, KY. Bruises and Sprains Have Sloan's Liniment handy for bruises and sprain and all Quick relief pains and aches. follows Its prompt application. No need to rub. For rheumatic aches, neuralgia, stiff muscles, lame back, lumbago, gout, strains, and sprains, it gives quick reliei. Generous sUed bottles. He.. 30c. 11.00. MARKSBUKY Dunn of Lancaster haa returned home after se feral days visit to Miss Elizabeth Dotv. A cumber of young people stormed Miss Elizabeth Dotv last Thursday evening. Quite an enjoyable time was spent. Misa Iona Knnawha Salt, Lime, Cement, Brick Hudson, Hughes & Farnnu. Rev. J. W. Mahan Is presenting a number of copies of the 'News of Truth' a little paper edited by Boyce Taylor of Murray Ky. Mr. and Mrs. B. K. Swope who have been with their children, Mesdames Wilford Dve and Geo. Lucas of Casey County, returned Saturday. Lieut. Lawrence Durham of Camp Freemont Calif., andllr. Chas. Durham of Lebanon, were guests of their sister Mrs. James Turner during the holidays. Notwithstanding the extreme cold weather the turnpike has been lined with movers for the past 2 weeks, who have enstalled themselves on their new premises 'for better or worse'. Mr. Tommie Poynter, who haa been in Nebrsska for several years, was the guest of his brother, Mr. Iva Fovnter, here for a few days. Mr. I'ovnter hav ing decided to locate In Kentucky, pur chased from Mr, Morgan his farm off the Danville pike at 1135 per acre. This farm contains CO acres. Wearen ot Madison county to the farm purchased of Mr. Pope, Ed Perkina to the farm purchased of Jim Sutton. We doubt exceedingly whether more patrotism has been displayed on the bat of France than by Mrs. J. R. Isom. who during the year 1917 has made $1243.15 in salable produce from the farm, $600 of this amount was for the crop of tobacco which she worked herself, the only expense being $10 for cutting. This remarkable woman a'so did the washing and Ironing, canning fruits and other work for a family of eleven. The children of Rice Academy have extended their clay ground in every direction of the compass unlimited, but their special 'rendevous is the church cemetery where they take as much de light misplacing the markers and throw ing atones at the slabs, as Peek's Bad Boy did at rolling stones down a steep grade on the church goers every "SabWith another years bath morning. practice they will make splendid re There cruits for the German army. are sacred memories clustering around the gravis of the old Forks church which are held dear In the hearta of many who deplore auch vandalism In an enlightened community. Mr. Bronson Locker Is suffering with two broken ribs and a breastbone from a fall out of a bam. AFTER Uncutcr EIGHT YEARS. Unshaken. TeJlimony Reniins Tankage, the best feed for grow ing hogs, Hudson, Hughes & Far-na- THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. u. Mr. Hiram Ward of Madison county died Dec. 30th of pneumonia was burled here Jan. 1st. Mr. Ward leaves to mourn his los, a wife, eleven children, mother, several brothers and sister. QTJNNS CHAPEL. The little son of Mr Steve is 111. Gayhart Mrs. Robert Whlttaker has been III since Saturday. Mr. Jim Matt Chandler aold a cow to Mr. Abe Burton. Mr. and Mrs. Hunter Davis recently visited near Hackley. Mrs. John Land has ened with pneumonia. ben ill, threat- Mr. Tom Floyd aold a pair of mules to Mr. McKinley label). Miss Jessie Myrtle label) spent the week end with Miss Iva Chandler, Mr. Herbert Humphrey purchased a horse from Alex Murphy, price $110. Time is the best test of truth. Here is a Lancaster story that has stood the test of time. It Is a story with a point which will come straight home to many of us. Mrs. J. W. Pumphrey, Danville St,. Lancaster, says; "I suffered with my back and could not sleep well at night on account of the terrible aching. My back was so painful and weak that I could not get up or do any housework at all. I waa told of Doan'a Kidney Pills and got a box. They gave me Kreat relief from the first." (State ment given March 20. 1908) STILL PRAISES DOAN'S. On November IS, 1910 Mrs. Pum phrey said; "l still recommend Doan'a Kidney Pills, for they are the best kidney medicine I ever used. I have bad little kidney trouble In the past several vears, but when I have needed a kidney medicine, I have used Doan'a Kidney Pilla end I have been relieved." Foster-Milbuf- n COc, at all dealers. Co., Mfgrs., Buffalo. N, Y. Capitol $50,000. Surplus $30,000. E. U DENNY. Cashier. J. L. Gill. A. It. DENNY, President J. K. STORMES, Vice Pres't.' J. R. Harris. Safety Oeposit WE SOLICIT Boxes YOUR For Rent. BUSINESS. Samual D. Cochran, Alex It. Denny, J. II. Posey. J. E. Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. COY The Evening Line-U- p Both children and grownupi, with coughs and colds, are all the belter for a dose of Foley's Honey and Tar at bed lime. It wards off croup, stops Mr. Homer Rice excelled In class No. 4 for attendance, only having missed Stormes Drug Store. one Sunday during the year 1917. making the best record In attendance since BUCKEYE this class has been organized. Misa Margaret Doty came second only hay ing missed 2 Sundays during the year, Mrs. T. O. Hill la -- uttering with at this writing. "lie that Is faithful over a few things, I will make him ruler over many". Mr. John Land, Mr. and Mrs. W. 11. Homer received "The Boy Knight" for Culley were in Richmond lastSaturday. best attendance. Miss Cora Knight of Lexington la Mr. Robt Speaks haj moved to his spending the week with Miss Ita Hill. purchased from James Clark, farm Mr. Lee Irvm was at home on a few John Swope to the Greening place, Green Estes to the farm now owned by days furlough last week from Camp Ryle Isom, Mr. Estes having sold the Taylor. Miss Nettle Kay la at Richmond for farm be recently purchased from Mark Golns to Ityl Isom for ?6000 and haa several weuks to take treatment under rented tame for this year. Mr. Brutus the Gibson Doctors. other medicine, a FoUr's and Tar It canala to brias quick rtlicL II la eapadallr effacti.a la caaaa of bad coviba, aad wo ll to our chlldraa aad racommeM k alwaya aa ata lantdy, for It coatalal aw oplataa. Helling throat, and hacking coughs, and makes an otherwise fevenih, sleep less night ol coughing and distress, a quiet and restful one. BROWNSVILLE. TEXAS. Mr. Ctu. Bakar, wrilaal "Mr wife vouM art tkl.k ol cough say iiai Hir tin Mr. Jess White has been in Danville Mr and Mrs Ed Daily and daughters, on buslnesa. spent Sunday with , Mr and Mrs John Mrs. Mary B. Preaton Is numbered Land. among th sick. Elijah McMlllion bought of Cronley Bran, Mixed Feed. Wheat Middlings, Corn Hay and Oats. Hud- Uroaddua a horse for 140. Dillard Lltterel hought a horse from son, Hughes and Farnau. Cronley Uroaddua for 175. and Mrs. A little daughter ot Mr. Sanders Bros., bought of Earl Broad-du- s Tom Dailey Is threatened with pneua mare; price unknown. monia. The little son of Mr. and Mrs. Call Mra Bell Simpson and children spent Moberly is very ill at this writing. a part of last week with Mra Jeptha son of Leas Delaney The Onstott. has been very low with pneumonia. Mr and Mra E. II. Chardler .were Sanders brothers bought the house guests of Mi and Mrs Harvey Teater, and lot of Thos. Topp. Price unknown Saturday. Abe Burton sold 200 bushels of hemp Mrs. Dock Slnjpson returned to her seed to Henry Cox. at Lancaster, for home In Richmond Friday, after spend- $7.00. ing the holidays here. Mr. and Mrs. Royston Ray spent Mrs. John Land returned from New- Friday with Mr, and Mrs. Elijah Mcport and Cincinnati, Wednesday, where Mlllion. she spent the holidays. Jess Sandera bought several loads of Cronley Broaddus at $6, A number of young folks were enter- corn from tained by Misses Ueulah and Ada Se- per barrel. Mr. Gilbert Wilson from Camp Tay-lo- r bastian Wednesday evening. haa been the guest of Miss Peachle Edenton and Misses Iva Chandler of Mae Sanders. guests of Jessie Mvrtle Isabel! wete Mr. and Mra. James L. Sandera have Mrs. E II. Chandler, Wednesday night, moved Into the bouse recently vacated Mr. and Mra. Tom Dailey, Jr, and by Mr. and Mra. Hubert, who have son J.T. arrived Sunday from Urasbear. movod to Marcellus. They expect to local at McCreary for Sanders Bros, who believe In better the year. cattle, have recently received a car Rev. N. G, Young was unable to All load of registered Aberdeen-Augu- s hia appointment at the M. E. church cattle from Congervllle, III. They now here Sunday because of the bad hava tha beat looklno hard In this nart ' of the State. weather. KELLY Tobacco Seed. BEWARE OF IMITATIONS. Other seed is being 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 rac-simlle 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. Price S1.00 Per Ounce SPECIAL PRICE ON LARGER QUANTITIES. It. F. Dy No. 1. (Trade Mark Patented) ft Send All Mail Orders To ft. L. KELLY & SONS R. F. D. No. l.XANQASTIK, KY. The Central Record, Thursday, Jan 10, 1918. -- 3 TELEPHONE 97. jr. I SELL YOUR TOBACCO WITH MADISON TOBACCO INCORPORATED WISE CO. i URGES! FLOOR SPACE 3rd Street, L. & A. Depot, Richmond, Kentucky. i 5 LOOSE LEAF TOBACCO MARKET m PIONEER j I ! I 1 i i I Remember we have always gotten the very highest prices of any market or house in the State. We did this last year and are doing the same thing this year. This, we demand. Bring us your tobacco and get this top price Some of our this weeks sales: . B. Smith Earl Long Price & Wells Burns & Horn Miller & Noland Crow &. Emory Frazlcr & Simmons Broaddus & Garrett Hendren & Durham Matt Tussey Ernest Tussey Long & Tudor l ! ( ' i 1255 pounds 2540 pounds 2580 pounds 2725 pounds 3970 pound 2360 pounds 1435 pounds 1055 pounds 3865 pounds 2280 pounds 1310 pounds 1680 pounds . Average $ 39.00 Average 34.90 Average 3626 Average 3525 Average 3557 Average 31.60 Average 36.45 35.63 Average Average 3551 Average 34.31 Average 3556 Average 34.18 I 3 SPLENDID LIGHT A FREE STALLS FIRE INSURANCE SQUARE DEAL TO ALL. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. ! r '7T young women are e.sential to all kinds of production, necessitated by the war. Our modern industrial revolution, More than 2,000 have been called to Incorporated. brought about by the sub. titution of meet the increased business of the Va kmi l la toad roaditloa with Federal Departments at Washington. BOURBON POULTRY REMEDY A machine labor for hind labor, has profoundly affected the labor world of Last week a letter came to Lexington MM IMIIIf ttttlMkU thca U, OtrM M pnwwmf women. Where once only a few thous- from the Ordinance Department there, rmtp, rU, 44 WWJ ! 1 bo4ll tilt and were engaged in wage earning oc- asking for 800 yqung women to do All Orders Receive Prompt Attention or 83. Phones 339-- F cupation, outside the home, now there clerical work, not only typewriting, smut isnsrl. are million, employed in all the Indus- but indexing, filing, cataloging, actUIUU UBCei M., iHlaitw, If trie, li.ted by our Census Department, counting and statistical work: they also wanted 300 stenographers immediately. SOLD BY R. K, Mc HO BERTS except ix or seven. Women and girls are making uniOn this account the war found women trained to efficiency in many line., and forms, shoes and all necessary clothing our Government recognized this from for our soldiers and sailor.. A newsthe first. We are told by the highest paper man from Lexington was in authority that a million girls in thl. Charleston, S. C, a short time ago, country have already gone into new and saw one thousand girls in one buildportions created by the war, multitude, ing, making clothing for our army, of them moving into new place., away who were all compelled to sleep in that from the comfort and protection of same building because adequate sleeping quarters could not be found elsehome. We know how heroically the women where. Women are making food stuffs They are of Great Uritain and France have taken and utensils for camp.. the places in the great munition plant, working In the camps as laundresses. display this season is wonderfully large of some very aristocratic Our made vacant by enli.ted men, and that telephone operators, typewriters and Above all, there is a much of the ammunition u.ed on the stenographers. Western Front today has been manu- noble army of nurses ministering to factured by women. Women have not the sick in our cantonment hospital., yet entered into the munition factories just as the Ited Cross i. serving the in our country In such great number.. wounded and dying on the battle fronts. The first drift of men did not leave , Tne problem of providing housing. as well as our line of Odd Dressers, Beds, Davenports and other pieces large vacancie. in factory work, but food, recreation and companionship for the aecond draft will call more of thoae these patriotic workers has suddenly of well designed Furniture. men to the color., and. if a third draft faced many an unprepared community. A call tor help to meet these emercome, the women and girl, will have to take up Hie work laid down by the gency conditions has come to the Young This well arranged men. A great munition plant that em- Womens Christian Association from ploye 12.000 men haa aa yet but fifty many quarters. A large part of their girls in it. factories, but the Company War Work Fund is to be devoted to recently informed the War Work Coun- answering the thronging petitions for I'erhups your wife would appreciate cil of the Young Women. Christian the welfare and protection of these Specially priced dur-In- g Association that it wa. planning to girls, thrust out into new and strange one. Our store is well represented The Associabuild dormitories for 400 youngwomen, work and surroundings. the holidays at with some of the most attractive and that it would probably have to tion has already opened up boarding make provision for one thousand more houses, social centers, bureaux, places patterns we have ever shown. in the near future. A big munition for rest and recreation; all with experplant advertised not long ago "2,000 ienced workers In charge, in forty-si- x While the prices mado may seem girls wanted at once", and another is- different communities, and many more cheap, the workmanship of the cabisued a call for "1200 women employees". are planned. We have been engaged in campaigna Word has come recently that 1500 girls nets lias been well taken care of in are at work in a cartridge factory in for Liberty Loans, Y, M. C, A. and every respect. the Middle West, where there are no lied Cross all splendid and needed enadequate living accommodation.. The terprises; but here is a work that Association worker there report, that should have a unique appeal to women, the girl, very often deep three in a because It Is for the protection of young bed, and that the beds are never empty womanhood of our country. It can be on done by no one but woman, for who day or night We are told that in England there knows tht mysterious and 'sacred Danville's Largest Furniture 8Hd Rug Store. was not a direct replacement of men thing, the heart of a young girl, with by woman In the factories until the war its new Impulses to a fuller life, but was a year old. We may rest assured the mothers of the raceT that the entrance of our young womanThis War Work of the Young Womhood Into these munition plants in ever ens Christian Association, the one orincreasing numbers is a matter of a ganisation In our land that has the few month.. equipment, the experience anil the We may say, broadly and truly, that ideal, to deal adequately with these Jacob SchulzCompany Fine Cut Flowers For All Occasions. Hens Lav GIRLS IN WAR WORK. - AMAZINGLY Wm. F. Miller, Agt. Lancaster. ST" great problems, is a clear call to every Shall we not woman in Kentucky. answer it worthily, rejoicing that wa can bear a part in so noble and patriotic an enterprise? IDA W. HARRISON, Chairman of the Kentucky Division of the War Wotk Council of the Young- - Womens Christian Association. History of the Louvre. Louvre wns originally a royal Napoleon turned It Into n nuwuai and deposited In It the finest " clton of paintings, statues and art : i nsures known In the world. Many f limns brought from Italy have been to their rightful possessors. TIio Magnificent buildings ot the new louvre, begun by Napoleon I and completed by Napoleon III, were Inaugurated In 185T. To ' BDt 4 FURNITURE NOW Dining Room and Bed Room Suits ft Airs. Why Suffer? J. A. Cox, oIAI-derso- n, $25. Cabinet KITCHEN CABINET YA W. Va., writes: "Aly daughter . . . suffered terribly. She could net turn in bed the doctors gave tier up, and we brought her home to die. She had sul Icred so much at . . . time. ltav- Ing heard of Cardul, we got it for her." ... I Jit Only GARDUI fj The Woman's Tonic to Improve,"" Airs. Cox continues, "and had no trouble at . . . Cardul cured her, and we sins Its praises everywhere." We receive many thou-san- ch of similar letters every year, telilaRoltho Rood Cardul has dose for women who suiter from complaints so common to their sex. It should do $18,50 Danville, "In af ew days, tne be-c- in Sapp-Slat- Furniture Co. - Kentucky. L. B. SAPP, Manager. ' if The Central Record, Thursday, Jan 10, 1918. The Central Record INCORPORATED. 11.00 ssuRO Weekly. MR. URIAH DUNN DEAD. Mr. Uriah Dunn, one of the oldest citizens of Lincoln and well known here where he often visited his nephew, Mr. Uriah Simpson, died at Barnwell, S. C. last Kncly, after n short Illness. He had gone to Barnwell tome weeks previous, where be had established a splendid horse and mule trade, as had been his custom for many ) ears. He Is survived 6y his wife and one daughter, Mrs. John Sandidge, who was with him at the time of his death. Had he lived until next July. Mr Dunn would have bf en CO years of age. The remains weie brought to last Monday where the interment took place, after funeral services by his pastor Rev. A. II. Baughof that city. LLOYD GEORGE SPEAKS TO THE BRITISH LABOR J. R.L toured . ROBINSON. a tear. Editor. KLKIN. Local Editor nnd Miir, AND SLAVS. The "Great Commoner" of the Isles and Premier of England, Lloyd George, In his speech to tin trades union, has clearly and definitely set forth the aima and object of hii country concerning their part in tin great Worldt War. It Is certain that he expreues tho sentiment of all th entente powers In that It has never on their part been a war of agression against Germany nor havn they had any designs on the rich lands of the Turks, and now that they have entered, unex pectedly and unpreparedly. Into this great conflict, from purely a humane point of view, they demand the restora tlon and reparation for those countries that have been so ruthlessly over-ruand destroyed and they demand that repaiation be made tor the outragea committed on the worlds great high way, the teas. In fighting for a just and lasting peace he say;- "Firstly, the sanctity of treaties secondly, ter must be ritorial settlement must be based on the right of or the consent of the Koveinrd; lastly, the organiza creation of an international tion to limit armaments and diminish the probability of war. "To secure those conditions the Brit ish r.mpire is prepared to make even BUILD NOW! t, t lb. foil offleo , peona-cua- In Uncut", Man Mucr. Kj i i Member Kentucky Prett nd Afsocliitlon nt this time is Buying lumberseveral very goodthe best investment reasons. nrc conditions Unusual did in 1014 you you over mode.) Eighth District Publishers League. Lancaster, Ky., January 10, 1918 Rates For Political Announcements Precinct and Cltv Offices ...$ 6.00 1U.00 County Offlcea... State and District Offices.... 16.00 Calls, per line Cards, per line all publications In the Interest of Individuals or expression of individual views, per 10 line 05 obituaries, per line For Por For For For For I I 1 I I '' make It possible to get twice ns much lumber ns for the same amount of farm produce. f I 1 CI Investment T , HALEY. Mrs. Martha Haley, who passed away at her home in Richmond last Saturday, was n sister of Mr, Tom Wherritt and an aunt of Mrs. John In chronicling Stormes, of this city. the death of this good woman, the Richmond Daily Register has the fol AT HIS POST OF DUTY. lowing: 1918 Session of the Legislature The '.Mrs. Martha Haley, whose illness i now organized and is at work. Hon, has been previously mentioned, passed Uogan Ballard, who represents this away Saturday evening at six o clock J. county Is at his post cf duty in trank at her home on Third street, this city, fort. It is now plain that he will play Mrs. Haley was in tho 871 h year of her a conspiclous part In all legislative age and was a most excellent woman, matters in this Session and that his and will be greatly missed in the com county has made no mistake in eelec- munity. Announcement has been ting him. She was born and raised in Richmond made to the public with his consent and has lived here all her life. She greater sacrifices." the first opportunity for presen was the daughter of Samuel Wherritt that Highest prices (or corn. ting bills In the House, he will Intro the first silversmith Richmond ever Hudson, Hughes nnd Farnau duce and push with all his vigor, had. She was born at her father's Bone Dry Prohibition measure without home on Main street where the Governany jokers giving a vote upon the liq ment building now stands, on August CHILD LABOR LAW uor nuejtion at the earliest practical 13, 1830. She was the mother of Mrs, date. His measure will have the sup- Mattie Jackson, Grandmother of Mrs, port of Governor Stanley and the Ad Alene Jackson Boggs and Great Grand- Stale Inspector. Hiss Warns, Furnishes forcer, which tignifies mother of Lynno Jackson Boggs. Four ministration Coi4taialion Of lis Provisions. that Mr. Ballard will pass his bill and generations all of whom lived together Kentucky will have soon become a dry and have never before been separated, The following condensation of the state. .We supported Mr. Ballard for. She has always led a most useful and Child Labor Law for the benefit of the this position of trust upon the faith in unselfish life, living only for others. uninformed. his promise, that if elected he would In this death Richmond has lost one of The provision of the law in brief are, give us a vote upon the question, its noblest characters. Other members PROVISIONS OF THE LAW. whether Kentucky should have state of the family surviving her are one "Section 1. If a labor inspector finds wide Prohibition. We, therefore, are brother, Thomas P. Wherritt. of Langratified that the Representative from caster. Ky and Miss Elizabeth Wher- a child under fourteen years of age working for you, or if any one reports our county shall become the leader of ritt of New Orleans, La. a'child under fourteen yeara working the temperance forces Jn the Lower Mrs. Haley united with the Metho House, and that the measure which dist church at a very early age and for you, either the whole day or any will make Kentucky a dry state will be was a faithful member until the time time after school hourt, you are break the "Ballard Bone Dry Bill." Hogan of her death. Funeral servicer were ing the Child Labor law and both you Ballard is a splendid and popular young conducted at the home this afternoon and the child's parents will be liable to democrat full ot promising usefulness at two o'clock by Rev. T. M. Chandler, prosecution in the courts and to a fine of from $15 to $50 far the first olTente. for public service. pastor of the Methodist church, after Sec 2 If you have a child between His host of friends at home are which her remains wera Interred in the fourteen and sixteen yean of age work gratified that he will make good his Richmond cemettry. ing for you, either during the day or at promises. The Record sup afly time after school hoars, without a p?rted his platform while a candidate permit from the Board of Education, GOOD RESULTS. for the nomination, now heartily favors you are breaking the Child Labor law his Bone Dry State-wid- e Prohibition Mr. Clorres Sparks, the nineteen- and both you and the child's parents measure and will do its part in secur- year-ol- d ton of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. s ing the majority which will Sparks, who live near Coy, in this will be liable to prosecution in the make Kentucky a dry atato in 1920. eountv, raised 3180 pounds of tobacco courts and to a fine of from $15 to $50 The time is ripe for the submission of on 1 acres of ground, which netted for the first ofTense. Sec. 3. If vou have a child work measure to a vote, and him $831.04. the State-wid- e ing for vou during the day, or at any the moral and economic conditions are time after school hours who claims to opportune, for a prohibition state. MILK DEALERS TAKE NOTICE be aixteen yeara of age or over, and Mayor Duncan received the following you have no proof in your place that BONDS ARRIVE. communication from the Food Admin- the child it. sixteen yenrt of age or and local milk dealers should over, and a Labor Inspector proves that Thoso subscribing to the Liberty istration the child is not sixteen rears of age, at take warning. Bonds cf November lSlh last, through claimed, you have broken the Child Dear Sir:- The Garrard Bank and Trust Company, It has been ruled that there mutt be Labor law and both you and the child't can get tame by calling at above bank. be no increase in the retail price of parents are liable to prosecution in the J. W. Elmore, Casbler. milk or cream after January 8. with- courts, and to a fine of from $15 to $jQ out wnUen consent of the District for the first offense. The child't word WILSON GIVES DEFI- Kindly notify all or the parent's word, or the parent't Food Administrator. distributors of milk and cream through- tworn affidavit it not sufficient proof. Or if you accept a false statement of NITE PEACE TERMS. out your county. The widest publicity on this subject age from the child, or a false statement SjmpaAizcs With The Stars And Pledges will be greatly appreciated. of age from parents of child, or a frlse affidavit as to the age of thechikl work Yours very truly, U. S. Miy. ing for vou, dismissing the child does Fred M. Sackett. Fourteen concrete peace proposals Federal Food Administrator fur Ken- not excuse you, and both vcu and the child't parents are liable to prosecutior. laid down Wilson yester- tucky. Before child starts to work for you. day began with the declaration that the have child bring yon a written state Time for Strategy. days of private interest understandings There U no such thing as returning ment of agt from the school child at are gone ana mat covenants of peace must be reached in the open. Briefy to the days of one'a youth. If there tended, and keep statement of age in were and we were ueked If tho teacher your place while child is working for summarized tlie other points were: licked ua, our reply would be "Not exAbsolute freedom of the seas in actly; we uiado n strategic retirement vou. Or. if a child Is a Catholic, have a baptismal certificate brought you and peace or war except as they may be nfter almost losing the teat of out keep same in your place as long as child closed by International action. trousers." Houston Post. is working for you. Removal of economic barriers among "Sec. 4. If vou work a child between nations associating themselves to main tain peace. fourteen and sixteen years of age be Guarantees of the reduction of arma YELLOW DOG KENNEL fore 7 o'clock in the morning, or aflr day In ments to the lowest point consistent C o'clock In the evening of any with domestic safety. ADDS FIVE NEW MEMBERS the week, or for more than eight hours Impartial adjustments tlx days of colonial in any one day, nor more-thaFive lkely hounds took the Initiatory In any one week, you are breaking the claims based upon the principle that the people concerned have equal right) clegre. of the order of ''Yellow Dogs." Child Labor law and are liable to proswith the Governments. at its local kennels last Tuesday night. ecution in the courts and to a- fine of Eacuatt6n of all Russian territory It proved to be tho best meeting this from $15 to $50 for the first offense. and opportunity for Russia's political order hat had in several months.' ''Sec. C. Return working permit for Visiting hound Mr. John Ruble, of child between fourteen and sixteen developments. Lebanon, was the guest of the evening, yeara of ugu to the Board of Education Eyacuation of Belgium. Evacuation of French territory and and bis vertatile talk on the hiatory of within two day after child leaves your Vigbting of the Alsace-Lorrain- e wrong. the Yellow Dog was very Impressive, employ, at there It a penalty of $10 for Readjustment of Italy's frontiers the attention of the entire kennel, be- not returning these permits within two along recognizable lines of nationality, ing held in raptured silence, during hit dayt. "Sec. 0. Boyt under fourteen years Freo opportunity for autonomous eloquent address. development of the peoples of Austria-HungarMaster Hound, Joe Haselden, was at of age or girlt under eighteen years of his best and the splendid way in which age cannot tell anything, or engage in Evacuation of Rumania, Serbia and he conferred tho degrees, and the as- any occupation on the ttreet or lu pubMontenegro and guarantees for all the sistance be received from )ther mem- lic placet. Boys between fourteen and Balkan States. bers of the kennel mad the work go aixteen years of age must have badges Sovereignty for Turkey'! portion of through without u hitch. Those re- from the Board of Education and wear the Ottoman empire and autonomy for ceiving the honorable degrees la, t Tues them when selling newspapers, or anyday night and are now recognized at thing else on the ttreett or In public other nationalities. Ad Independent Poland with access "Yellow Dogt ' In full ttanding in Lan placet. Any perton supplying boyt uo-fourteen with any raerchandiiw for to the sets. caster Kennel No. 110, are; J. Ray. A general association of nations for moud Ilatelden, Joseph Burnside, Jno. ttreet telling it breaking the Child Labor law and it liable to prosecution in mutual guarantees of Independence and A. Conn. W, II. Rogers, and R territorial integrity to large and small Wopple, the latter being a representa- the courts and to a fine from $15 to $50 for the first offense. tive for the Fairbankt-MorsoComptnStates alike. I I I in lumber and the placing of new buildings on your will increase its value out or nil proportion to tho lumbers cost. -' umber tho world's greatest building material has advanced much less than nny other material used for building. i Double value can he hod without sacrificing quality of today is better than ever before. and the 1 I id i i (i) r i more Important than Nothing Isstock and implements conservation nt this time, nnd nlP. must be properly sheltered. I 13 Opportunity vv such ns you have NOW may never come cgoln. lumber prices may be higher. XJc nre giving you this information in the right spirit with n dc- sire to sec you buy when you can get more for your farm produce. J! I 13 ! A. H. BASTIN & SON. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. 1 i Flour In Sacks or Darrels. son, Hughes &. Fnrnau. Hud- BUILD NOW. u ii ii I 1 IE ir 31 FOOD CONSERVATION. It hat been taid with very great hon or and credit to the American nation that they have accomplished more con cerning the contervation of food in the few months that wchavs been engaged in the war than Great Britain hat in the three yean, and of thlt every American should be proud. It shows a spirit of loyalty to our government to accept, and adopt, and abide by the tuggestiont of those in authority whose whole uim it the conscientiout welfare of our country. Tho French government hat taken g over the wheat crop and it out this stair of life to the inhabitants, allowing just so many ounces to each Individual according according to their occupation and need of food. These people have accepted this ttcrifice uncomplainingly, knowing that it it for the ultimate good of the nation. It it bellevi-- and hoped tbat the people of America by their far sighted-nes- s in controlling the and food situation have averted any strict nd severe measure tbat would acrue but for this timely self imposed ruling. It is believed that food will win the war. Let the agricultural population produce it and the people conserve il AUTO EXCHANGE. If.'vou 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 write us. We Have Carsat Several Good Used Very Low Prices. We also operate a first class repair shop and do Storage Battery work. Satisfaction Guaranteed. The Danville Buick Go L. D. COWN. Proprietor. . Walnut Street. Danville, Kentucky. HE 3 CUE 3C ADMINISTRATION ADHERENTS Make Clean Sweep at Frankfort. a It is certainly gratifying to the friends of Governor Stanley and his ad ministration to know that the administration forces won ot every contest in the organization of both houses of the Legislature. Representative Robert T. Crowe, of Lagrange, representing the Oldham- rimble district will be speaker of the House and Senator Thomas A Combs.of Lexington, President Proiem of th-- j Senate. The race for Speaker was om- f tho most exciting held in many yeara and the result was In doubt to all but a few Until the final vote had been cast, ( Crowe was dewhen Representative clared the winner, by a vote of 33 to 2? for Claude M, Thomas, of Bourbon cancounty, the didate. Representative Thomas landed the votes of seventeen of the Representatives from twenty-thre- e 'wet"disiictt. The "wet" districtt are McCracken. 1; Christian, 1; Hender ton, 1; Davlet, 2; Nelson, 1; Jefferson, 8: Kenton, 3; Campbell, 2; Fayette. 2f Boyd, 1; and Franklin 1. Of these Thomas, for Speaker, wat supported by all but one, from Henderson; two from Louisvll'.t; one from Nelson and two from Fayette, The result shows that much ot the administration's trength came from "dry" territory in dicating confidence on the part of the m asset at whole, won by the Gover nor through an upright administration and regard for hit pledget. Don't Buy a Wagon Until You Have Seen the Gplumbus built of tho best iwuible matt-riatho Columbut wagon give tho inott tatitfactory service for tho longest riod of years. Thero Is no secret in tho notedly long lifo.of tho Columbut wagon. It U tho reult of tho methods employed in construction. Thero It uo wood in thlt wagon which bat not been under shelter from ouo to two year. Tho axles and the tjioLes of tha wheclt aro hickory; tho Iioundt, bolster! and sandboards aro oak, and the bottom of the box la ttralght graiued flawless pine. These arc just a few example of the care which it taVen to mala this wagon at reliable at ossibte. Thoretutt (t that the Columbut wagon la uubeatablo in reliability and endurance, Como in l Before you decide on any wagon, cxainlno tho Columbus. Strongly and examine it for jourt'lf. Wo know yuu will ba ploascd. PhoHe Becker & Ballard. 27. -- 4 BryuUvllle, Kj.j The Central Record, Thursday, Jan 10, 1918. . m m in. or m. m a mnce f Gossip About PcopJc when we wili sell you equally as good for $40. or $50. Keating Stoves as good as Moorcs for $30. and $35. Small Heaters $5.00, $6.00 and $7.00. HONOR ROLL. Hirdacll three Inch Wagon 570. Corn Shelters Cheap. J. ,1 f Nt.. R. MOUNT & CO. The Deal House.' II I ftl? NesEs Sterted Me is Business If into yoiKwanl in jjet the same line of business handling lliijbcstlincofproductsfol.l from wpjjons where ycun ill haven chance to make money and nt n thorough business education, better file yourapplication witluncnow, whilo some M(H)d, nearby territory is still open. A team mid wnjjon our only investment. The rntlett tine la tell liccntiic II circa I lie belt tat Uf action to cuttomert. The following pupils were on the honor roll of the Lancaster School for the fourth month: Grade Two Robert Davidson, Mary Lee Dunn. El.de Hatfield, Lillian Kelly, . t'llif Mtr.'Jnn of Ihf Comtnii .rj In. Nancy Thnmas Lear, Cora Hudson Are Onrjj l.yThoit Schooler, Evelyn Tucker. rt JT.lllt..tWL.lX.1rSt3U-- l: Grade Four Homer Carrier, V. A. Lear. Mr. It. II. liaison 14 In Louisville Grndc Five Paul Schooler this week on business. Grade Six Louis Taylor, Lucille RcazUy, Margaret Elliott, Myrtle Lee Mr. J. V, Hmtth.hu returned from Bessie Mario Ware. h binines trip to Cincinnati. Grade Seven Eugene Dunlap, Mag. Mrs. Tom Sl.ivin who has been ill ut gle Montgomery. Grade Eight Mattie Lee Cox, Helen her home on the Richmond roml la con Gulley, Kuth Taylcr, Paul Morrow, La valescing. Verne Dickerson, Jane Haselden. Mr. and Mra. T. J. Trice left yester-iU- v for Sanford, Fla., to rrmiln during "ONLY A VOLUNTEER." the reit of the winter. M2 lnlr4 i W. 8. MGNEY. Residence Phone 33. Funeral Director and Embalmer. Onice Phone 18. Lancaster, Kentucky. Here Is Something You Con Oo Buy War Saving Stamps and HELP TO STOP THE WAR Call and ask about them. It Is your Duty. a Citizens National Bank OF LANCASTER. KY. J. J. WALKElt. B. F? HUDSON. President. JoE J, WaUCEK. JR.. W. O. P.lONEV, Ass't Cash'r W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. ON ROLL Vice Prest. OF HONOR. DC 3C he RED BLOOD AMERICANISM IS COMING TO THE FRONT Night now this Country is calling for men "of stout hearts and sound bodies. It needs them to keep Old Glory triumphant and unsullied in the air. The exigency now confronting us emphasizes, as nothing else could do, the Imjiortai ce of good health, both as an Individual anj national aui-t- . It gives point to the suggestion, often emanating from this ofllce, that everybody should guard their health as a priceless possession. When you find yourselt running dawn and not exactly keyed up to the fighting pitch, at is the case with everybody at times. You ought to come to Nature's relief and take a course of COM-CEL-SA- R Legally guaranteed to satisfy you. or meney hockj If you'll do that, you will not experlenco tho discomfiture of being sent back honn for lack of red blood vjhen you answer the call of the colors. sells ut One Dollar tor threes boxes, legally liver, kidney's, bowels, bladder, guaranteed for the blood and Indigestion and headaches, rheumatism and nervousness. SCIENCE SOPE Is beat for HUMAN SKIN, only 10c a bar, bruises, 3 bars 25c. Try our COWBOY'L1N.IMENT, for all Pains, burns, ejc. 25c and 50c bottles. STORMES DRUG STORE, Lancaster, Ky. Remedy Co. Dakoto Jack-Whlte-Mo- 3729 31 West Broadway, LOUISVILLE, KY. 7 c 3d DC DC Oh! why did I hold up my hand? and Why didn't I wait to bo cheered? M For the drafted man MPBaWBaWByYiilmllral jrSpppppppJBiMBaaaaaaVAjJB nets all the credit, While I merely volunteered. Mr. W. 11. Lackey qd daughter. Nobody ave me a banquet. Eble, have returned to their heme at Nobody cave ma a kind word. Harlan, Ky., after a visit to relatives The puff of an engine. here. The grind of the wheels. cood-bvI heard. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Dickerson are re- Was all the ceiving congratulations on Ihs arrival Then off to tho training damn Inialfoil. of a handsome little son, on Sunday To be bo trained for the next half year. And in the hustle forgotten, night. I was only a poor volunteer. Mr. and Mrs. Mae Wilklns, of Shelby Perhaps somo day In the future. N C , will anive Friday for n months HOGAN BALLARD my little boy aits by my side, 'visit to their parents, Mr. and Mrs. V. When Garrard County's Representative who will offer the administration resolu And asks me what I did in the great War I A. tion for the submission of a State-wid- e prohibition amendment to the Constliu-tin- n And his little eves look un to me. I of Kentucky and to be known as the "Ballard Bone Dry Bill." Our popular G. T. Ual-- I 1 will have to look In those eyes. lard, Jr. is on the sick list thin week, That at ma so trustingly peer. but we are glad to announce his con- And tell him I wasn't dratted, Endurance of Reindeers. That I was only u poor volunteer. valescence. The reindeer It Mild In bo nhle to YOU'LL FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN. endure more fntlgue limn nny other Mrs Maurice Ashley and daughter of V draft nnlmiil except the cnmel. Itlclimond, arc here this week the OFFERING FOR It lias been known to pull '.DO pounds guests of her parents. Mr and Mra U Wanted Fifty Brown Leghorn year- 10 miles nn hour for 12 hour'. Sanford. ORPHANS HOME. ling hens. M. II. Dudley. Iincaster To Remove Smoke Stains. Miaa Margaret Pence left .Monday Last Sunday morning at the Chrisbe beneficial to Thli Mizscstlim for M. F. C , Millersburg, after spend- tian church Sabbath School, a plea was Mules To Loan I have several good housewives who have not the convening the holidays with her mother, Mrs. made for tho Christian Church Widows mules that I desire to loan to respon ience of electricity or tho modern gad S. F. Pence. nnd Orphans Home at Frequently celling tho fixture. und a sible parties for tho year 1918. gas Jet becollection of $125, waa made in a few 3t J. W. Sweeney. above nn Mr. and Mrs. ltos Ilastin entertaincomes discolored from smoke nnd hour minutes. This is n splendid work ar.d ed a number of friends at a delightful the home has always been supported 2 and 3 The discoloration may be removed If FOR SALE; Twenty-thre- , dinner, today. In honor of Itev. J. It. a layer of March nnd wnter Is applied liberally by the local church here. year old mules, broken and unbroken. ivltli n piece of llnnnel. After tho mixMoorman and wife. Haselden Bros, ture lias dried it Mmuld be brushed Ready for the plow. and Burnside. Fall Lick pike. MO 3'. lightly with n brush. No stnln or mark John Stormes and Mr. Tom Mra. SPLENDID RESPONSE will reiln. Wherritt were called to Richmond lest n Barred For Sale Fifteen Saturday on account of the critical ill To Appeals For Relief 01 Blind Soldiers Rock pullets. SI.CO each. Phone 47-Haley. ness of Mrs. The Arab as a Neighbor. Rryitntsville Exchange. The Arab makes u good neighbor. And Sailors. Mr. Owen Her.dren returned to his Mrs. J. W. Mahan, Ills love of the beautiful In architecschool at Harrogate. Tenu, after spendMarksburv. Ky. ture Is evidenced In n hundred cities The union services at the Christian ing the holidays with his parents, Mr. where his handiwork survives. Every church last Su day night, was well at and Mrs. Thimis Hendren. visitor to Granada knows whnt was LOANS ON FARMS. tended, all pastors of the various left behind at the Alhamhrn. When the Miss Lcnnn Hollon, cur efficient and churches in the citv participating, as Unlimited amount of money to loan Arab met Home, he produced I'ulmyra; obliging correspondent at Gunn's Chap- is the usual custom, when a new pastor on good farm. Can be paid off. any having absorbed tho Snsmlan dynasel, was a visitor In town Wednesday, comes into our empire In KI", midst. Dr. Moorman time. No loan fee charged. Ask about ty of the and paid this oflleo a pleasant call. the Arab rrcated Bagdad; In overrunmade the principle address of the eve- this NEW plan. ning Spnln, he worked magic at Cor-Inv- a D. A. THOMAS. Little Miss Nancy. Stanley and Cecil ning, which whs well received and was and Sedlln Insurance. Clark, have returned to their home on a fitting prelude to the remarks made Real Estate. Lexington pike after a visit to their by the pastors of the other church's, Compressing. Ccttcn. giving eomo phase of" the dreadfu' war grand-parent"- , Mr. and Mrs. Bourne. .Scientific Investigation hits proved DISSOLUTION NOTICE. and the incalcuable sufTerirg of the that cnm;.u!iiii of a high altgrcu does Miss Allie Arnold, who has been with soldiers that are being blinded on the On and after Ja.iuarv Cth, 1U1. the lint Injure the liber, hnd cotton Is packher lister Mrs. Joe Francis, for several French front. Tho appeal for the refirm of Denny and Wheeler will have ed In nthtr countries today nt n denweeks, has sufficiently recovered to lief of the American, British, French dissolved. This is done by mutual con sity substantially three times that ot assume her school duties in the near and llelgian soldiers and stilors met sent of both parties, Dr. Wheeler re- ours by the most economical pruct(cc. future. with immediate response and about taining their prudent ollice and Dr. Tho Egyptian package lias a density $225 was raised for this worthy cause. Denny moving on Danville street, over nf nliout :IT pounds a cubic foot; tho Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Durham have Indian cotton Is compressed to 45 Mrs. J. A. Amon Is the chairiran of the office of Dr. Klnuaird. returned to their home in Maryville, pounds per cubic foot; while some M. K. Denny, spending the holidays with this relief lund for Garrard ccunty and Tenn., after and Chlncc haling plants effect n W. A. Wfieeler her parents, Mr, and Mrs. II. II. Cox has worked unceasingly for the cause density of from 55 to 00 pounds of and was the instrumentality of bring and other relatives In the county. cotton per cubic foot. ing ft before the Lancaster people last Mrs. John M. Mount and son, John Sunday i.ight. That her work has been Boys Drowned, Cat Escaped. Mcltoberts, Jr, will arrive from Dan- recognized is shuwn in the following Tho tables wcro turned In ii tragic ville today, to visit Mr. and Mrs. J. letter which was written to Mrs. Amon, manner ut Tort Elizabeth, South It. Mount. They expect to return to bv Lady (Arthur) Paget, a member of LIVE STOCK AT BARGAINS. recently when two young boys the Executive Committee of the A. B. their home in Atlanta next Tuesday, who nttenipted to drown n cat at tbo B- Two coming two j ear old mare mules request of tho animal's owner wcro F. Permanent Blind Relief War Relatives and friends here havo Just Fund, u copy of which was mailed to and Uai.dy good ones; 2 two year-ol- d themselves drowned In n small bay received announcements of the arrival the Central Record from the New Yoik horse colts; 1 coming three year old about three miles from tho city, Tim of a handsome son at the homo of Mr. City headquarters, well broke stud colt; t eight year old cat struggled when tho lads tried to nnd which we take and Mrs. Ralph Anderson, of Kansas mare In foal to Jack, good worker and hold Its heud under the wnves and bethe liberty to publish in full. City, Mo. The young democrat has driver: 5 sows to farrow. In March: 5 fore tho boys realized their danger "Mrs. J. A. Amon, Chairman, been christened James Clayton. A. B. F. B Permanent Blind Relief shoats weight about 100 pounds each; 1 they wcro swept out to ten by the outgood boar; 2 good cows, one fresh; 3 going tide. Tho cat escaped from the War Fund, Lancaster. Ky Mra William llurton and MIssMa-th- a bull calves. Will sell worth the money. water nnd returned to Its old home. Kavanaugh havo returned home after My dear Mra. Amon: Tom W. Conn, From the reports of our Honorary a delightful trip to Wllron. N. C, Lancaster, Ky. where they were the guests of Mr and Secretaries I have learned of your un It. F. D. No 1. Mrs Herbert Ellis. They were alio in tiling zeal in raising funds fur soldiers Washington City for a few days, where and sailora blinded in tho ar. I would MAJM3E. they visited, Mrs Ilurton'a brother. Mr like to exprtfa personally to you and to the members ?f your Committee my Horace Walker. Miss Kate Wells spent Xms at home deep gratitude and appreciation of your Lieutenant Jetso Hendren, who Is splendid work. Mr and Mrs Robert Reynolds have now u Medical Olllcer In the U. S. Since the United States took up' the moved to Berea. Navy, was at home on a visit to his Sword of Righteousness wo are all MrT. J. Underwood was In RichGUTparents, Mr, and Mrs. Thomas Hendren drawn even moir closely together, do mond Saturday on business. last week. Lieut. Hendren has been ing whatever falls to our lot In the alMr and Mrs John Roberts spent Tucs on the Arizona for several months and leviation of suffering, and seeing what day with Mrs W. P. Anderson. exiects to be transferred tr-- 3 submar my country-womtROOFhavo done for the Mr Carl and Otto Bawling of Cump ine chaser in the next few weeks. Blind I am mow than ever proud that I Taylor spent the holidays with home ' folks. Mr. Thos. Hill and family left last too am American born. It has taken time, patience and fore- I week for their new home in Tuscola RE- Cremo Dairy Feed for com. Cot Illinois, where they will go with the sight to establish and perfect this best wishes of their friends, who regret scheme which will enable the Blind toil Seed (leal. Hudson, Hughes & to see them leave our county. They will Veterana of France, England and the Furtmu. be greatly missed in the Hyattsvlllu United State to become ' Mr and Mrs Huston Green will leavo Sunday school,, where Mrs. Hill was Ing and enjoy far the rest of their lives both teacher and organist at that place. that comfoit and serenity which their t at once for Missouri where they expect Ventilating and all to make their home. heroism has so surely won. Mrs. W, R. Todd has returned from Tht light of these tine men, their Mr and Mrs Otto Bowling spent kinds of Tin Work. a visit to Nashville) and Chicago where hopefulness and courage, taking up Monday night and Tuesday with her she and Mr. Todd were the guests of again their own lives In several spheres, mother. Mrs W. P. Anderson. Your business will cs her uncle, Judge Mac Dickerson. Judge bo for you and for us an ubiding reMiss Blanche and Doris Bowling are Dickerson hss paid an important part ward. appreciated. In the affairs of our country, having With my hraitfealt thanks for all the pleasant guest of their aunt and un cl Mr and Mr Bowling of Dsrea. been one of the committee who settled you have ione, I remain, the boundary line between Alaska and Yours sincerely, Mr and Mrs Willie Rhodes and Miss Canada and who was also Tsft's Sec (Signed)' Mary Paget, Martha Ithodui were thepleasentgusst retary of War. Of the Executive Committee. of Mr and Mrs II. D. Creech last week. I Mr Urynn Sanford. who for the 'put Why didn't I wait to be drafted? vearhai liecn located at Burlington, And be led to the train by the band. And put In u claim for exemption. Iowa, I, lute to (ce the home folk. Mr and Mrs George Mcltoberts diughtrr, HeUv Margaret, returned their home In Covington last Sunday. J. Iar. f ... tw J - " FOR SALE tailing HEATING. TERING, ING, ROOF PAIRING, PI WILLIAMS The Central Record, Thursday, Jan 10 1918. WAR MISSIONARIES American Orators la Ttk to Mtn In the Trenches of France. LANCASTER SOLDIER UNDER FIRE. Sir Oliver Lodjs's Faith. Mm tt Itf irlrnn to man tn have thoughts higher and nobler than the real truth of things." . f villi nnl IiaIImvm "We have had several brudies with Gone Forever. the enemy since reaching the trenches In the meantime, what ban become hero, which I am sure I would not Have Tli brotherly feeling of America for of the old fashioned man who gave her allies and the determination of reached hail It riot been for Mayr's nwny nil the pennies ho received td Wonderful Remedy It has entirely children! thli country to exert Its entire might for victory are to be carried to the cured tne of indigestion aM awful gas Army food now Englishmen and Frenchmen In the In my stomach, Th Potato. digests at (rood as mother's used to.' trenches by a staff of American or The potato was first Introduced Into tors, who will sail In a few days. The it Is a simple, lisrmless prepsrallon Spain by Hleronymu Cardan, n monk. men to be selected for this Important that removes the catarrhal mucus from In INKI; Into Knglnnd by Sir John mission, who will be among the best the Intestinal tract and allays the In Hawkins it nil Sir I'rnnrls Drnkc In known speakers of the country, will flamallon which cause practically all 1M11, and Into Ireland by Kir Wultet Quick and Satisfactory Service tour the western fighting front and stomach, liver and Intestinal ailments, Raleigh In 1380. the principal cities of England and Including nppendicltis. One Co e will Trance under the auspices of the Drlt Velvet-MakinD. lsh foreign office. They will be chosen convince or money refunded. Velvet was developed nml originated R. E. McROUERTS. Druggist, by the war council of the T. M. C. A. In China. Thence velvet-makin- g from fur The first man named la Iter. Dr. Bar-was lntrodiir.il Into India, and tell Prentice, of Nyack, N. Y, who has Scientific Foretlnht. In the' fourteentli century lute Italy, been one of the most acttra workers "How still the iHiy pet hit motor-yclel- " where that sort of fabric especially in the National Security League's cam Office at Ralney s Livery Stable. "He seized the cycle-logicnppcalcil, nnd where the art of velvet-mnkln- g (islgn of Patriotism Through Educa moment to ask for It." reached Its bright. Kentucky Lancaster. Hon in this country. Dr. Prentice was one of the prlnct Worth Consideration. pal speakers In the Red Cross $100.- Edward's Diplomacy. Pleasure conies thrown toll and not 000.000 drlre. He Is an orator of un lVunrd had been tnld repeatedly y and Indolence. When usual ability and was one of the In it,. t In Kiiv lip ttlil r.nt llkf. fnml which structors at the speakers' training one gets to love work, his life Is a w.i p.iKmtl tn htm nt the table. He! camp held by the National Security hnppy one. Raskin. tallied to n neighbor to dinner! League at Chautauqua last July. A v tit if..l mi tTfrt uhlrli lie Fertile Land Untouched. pamphlet written by him, entitled care for. He tactfully scld. for Men nnd Hos. Best by test The mountain region of Culm In did i'iit "How to Reach Your Audience," has razy for cherry pie. Just elude ninny ridge mid tnlleyK nf ex- "Well. I'm you Every pair guaranteed. been widely circulated by the Security just save it tor sup-tremely fertile Innil, nearly nil untouch I. lit wont League and la being used by patriotic orators In all parts of the country, ap nl, uml existing practlcnlly n they did G. before the time of the HpuiilnriR pearing both for the National Security League and under other auspices. A Leaking Faucet. It Is expected that the sending of Injecting Ink Into the Eye. When the faucets In the bathroom these men abroad will be followed by . oilmen when a soar ha been left or kitchen Irak or do lint nllow the an exchange of British and English t rumen of the rye It l niiwt tin water to flow freely they nerd a new speaking French orators, who will cost Ave "e. Oculists mod tn tattoo thest washer, nnd the wnhcr tour our training camps and principal - with India Irk, but the method cents raeli. To put on the washer, cities. it satisfactory nml bin nlmnit turn off the water, the rod Is usually MINERAL DIRECTOR Dr. l 11. Vrrlioeff under the rink or In the basement, and hnndnnnl. describes In the Journal nf unscrew the futiret; take off the worn-oliixien Offlce Over National Rank. BIG WARC0NGRESS washer and Mlp on n new one and '.nierlcan Medlcnt uswclattnn the Residence t'hone 3. Office Phone 27 lr operation by which he Inject" turn your water on again nnd presto! : LANCASTER. KY. 'a!: with n hypodermic syringe the work Is done nnd no repair bill to National Security League to Hold pay. !i Hears, nnd snys the result "Convention of National Servr r superior to the ice" In Chicago. '.l!J. Ox, 8!owest Animal. Thrrr Is no unln::il noswwdng less The National Security League will :iv.l than an ox. lu the old days, the hold Its next annual contention In day the advent of nillrcads It Chicago, February 21, 22 and 23. would take it fanner and his nx team Sponsored by an Invitation committee lu-- i werks to make n round trlpAtlth Including men and women of the highor thirty bushels of grain LioV, Kentucky. est prominence In all walks of life In ;.i i:inrket, n trip that can now he the country, the League expects fully it? Ilrrc's the remedy. It's' helped iiiudo by rull In half a d.iy. Thru the delegates to assemble ten thousand millions. Has n hall century record Jig along at Chicago for deliberation on the proof use. First dose brings relict. Try it. patlejit animals did well to r.l the rate of two or three feet u sec-ungram of war problems which It has JS JT g Sold by sit driiggUts. outlined. The gathering will be styled "A Congress of National Service" and will be Utilizing Rice Hulls. Fine Cut Flowers. more upon popular educational lines Experiments have been made with than any of the previous conventlona rice hulls III combination with differof the Security League. The InvitaJohn M. ent binding agents, but while pie retion Is signed by the following noted sulting briquets gave every satisfacpersons: tion from the standpoint of heating, Thomas ft. Marshall, of yet the Initial cost of the various bindthe United States. ing agents made their cnt too high Keep Bowel Movement Regular Theodore Roosevelt, former President The experiDr. King's New Life Tills kixp you for practical purposes. of the United States. tn a healthy condition. Rid the body ments, hull r, ure being continued, William Howard Taft, former Presiof poisons and waste. Improe your nnd It Is hoped that In the future "n Phone 365-dent of the United States, complexion by keeping the Ron els ' briquet rnn.b manufactured that will regular. Get a 25c. bottle from your bo satisfactory from un economic His Eminence James Cardinal GibEffective but mild druggists bons. standpoint JBUCKEYE, KY. Samuel Oompers, president of tne American Federation of Labor. Jacob M. Dickinson, former Secretary of Wax. Judson Harmon, former Attorney- deneral of the United States. Dr. John Orler Hlbben, president of Princeton University. Dr. Edmund J. James, president of the University of Illinois. Dr. Harry Pratt Judson, president of the University of Chicago. Samuel W. McCall. Governor of Mas- sscbusetts. Samuel Mather, Cleveland, Ohio. E. T. Meredith, publisher of Success- ful Farming, Des Moines, la. John Purroy Mltchel, Mayor of the City of New York. .Mrs. Philip North Moore, president of the National Council of Women. JR. W, Nlcnols, superintendent of Virginia Military Institute, Lexing- He talk about Us sunshine an' he talk about d rsln. Us sun.hlns tt Is certain to perdue an awful dnmthi An' (Is rsln will bring a fmhet If d wtna Is from ds sauth. $2.00 worth of hsnlv plants and bulbs, ror ran n'ant for our Trouble saw da Howrs ll.OU. Write fur particularism! FREE OIJ Man rar. A D. HI! A DSII AW, Prop In' 1,1, MAIWl.lt uuuk, which tells II suit!, "Djr' nuffln' only weeds dst what to plant, bow to plant and when can't he cleared asrar! Exclusive lICkT to punt. Tour hopes Is muchly Ilk 'em as so hand- mmmmmm flails aomtlr dsr amll. An' fade wr Ilk friendships In a very SINGER, THE FLORIST Open Day and Nifjht. Phone 66 mil whll." cards. RI Hardy Flowering 1 MR. TROUILE Plants ans Bulbs Old Man Trouble eome lane. ' dowa 4 Rex Oarage For Fall Planting CAPS ROUTE, P. HARRODSBURC, KY. Old Man Tronbl d show'r. spoils d sunshln Is an Or. Wni. Pry or, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. n The Wayenberg Line of Work Shoes C. COX. Manse.Ky J. A. Beazlev H. J. PATRICK, Dentist. ft Paint Pfs Honakei McRoberts. for Coughs s Colds J.E.EDWARDS. M.D I Peanut Leaf. To one-hn- lf cupful of finely chopped peanuts add a cupful of boiled rice, HUNTERS TAKE NOTICE. one cupful of fine bread crumbs. and This Agreement Witnesseth; That Mix thoroughly, ndd a tahle.poonfnl of softened peanut butter, nno egg, In order to protect the game on our lands for a period of three years rre well beaten, and a fourth of a teaspoon-fu- l of sage. Form Into n loaf and baka bind ourselves not to hunt thereon, nor Brrve with tartar sauce. half en permit anybody else to do so, and vre further agree to prosecute with dill Rye Mush Msal. gence all persons who violate the game Mix a half cupful of rye meal, one-ha- lf lawa of Kentucky or trespass upon our cupful of odd water and a half lands for the purpose of hunting. Ana teaspoonful ot salt, add to one nnd a fourth cupful of boiling water and we further sgree to act as Deputy Game Wardens for the purpose of car cnok one hour In a double boiler. Serve rying out this agreement. F.xcept each with maple sirup. of us have the right to kill rabbits bn Tomato Mince Meat our ."arms or permit It to be done by Take a peck of green tomatoes, slice another under our supervision, or the them nnd let stand In salt for 21 supervision of some responsible and hours, drain and add 24 apples, fire sugar, three pounds pounds of n reliable person sclec'ed by us. of raisins, two pounds of currants, n This November 15th. 1915. nf cinnamon, s teaspoontableiKHnful J. U Klkln. J. E. Robinson, ful of clove, one grated nutmeg and Ino. M. Farra. W. II. Rrown, a pint nf good vtncgnr, cook ono and a W. II. Ilurton. Alex Walker, half hours, thrn put Into glass can Hasrldsn llros., T. A. Klkln. nnd seal. II. Dalton. J. F. M. Tinder, Bread Crumb Griddle Cakea. John II. bmlth. Logan Hubble, Take a pint of thick sour milk, a J. N. Ross. G. M. Deshon, Fisher Herring, II. h. Cox, half teaspoonful of salt, a teaspoonegg, ful nf soda, Hughes Dros. J. W. Sweeney, whole wheat one nnd one cupful nf enough white flour Withers Bros. W. hi. Mahan. flour to make a batter with one cupful William, Marcus and Jim White. of break crumbs. Iteat well and cook U. K. Wllmot, J. p. Pope, on a hot griddle. Fred J. Conn, Mrs David Chenault, Oatmeal Bread. W. R. Cook, J. tV. Elmore, T. C. Rankin. four two cupful, of scalded milk on Huffman Rros, Sam Cotton, Wm. G. Anderson. one and a half cupfuls ot uncooked T. M. Arnold. Jr.. W. H. Moss natraenl; add two tablespoonfuls of shortening, a teaspoonful of salt, and R. E. Henry. Jno. M. White, two tablespoonfuls ot molasses. When A. D Ilradshaw, Bright Herring. cool add one-thir-d of a yeast rake softR. L. Barker. Scott Huffman ened and mixed with a half cupful of Wm. and Lizzie OnstotL lukewarm water, three cupfuls of whole wheat flour and two cupfuls ot while flour: mix with a knlfo to a dough, adding as much flour as I Deeded. Wash the bowl and butler It. then put back the bread to rise In a warm place. When double Its bulk, cut Into two loaves, shape and bake one hour after It haa risen to double Its bulk again. The undersigned hereby give warn ing; to all persona not to trespass upon our lands for any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all offenders to ful list extent of t law. Hunters and. Fishermen especially take notice. rM & N 11 Price ft. U Klkln Rlgsby. S. C. Rlgtby. J. Mrs. Kmma Illgglnbothsm. Mrs. J. Wade Walker. James M. Whito and wife. We will add other names for 25 cents cash. POSTED a And an not a flow'r. Old Man Trouble, you kin travel on yoh I ain't vrythln( dat blossoms a sw) to say. HsUn to a thing yeu has Washington Evening Itar, p"s"l'l 1118 31 BVTVSTI rr I'l 1 1 1 1 1 I Mother's Cook Book, a v t.a.a ojt tui b.ijl.-ta economical Dishes. Peanut butter la a hlctil nnnH.hlnr food and may bo used In various waya in tne preparation or the meaL u.m.fdu bir. 5 TOBACCO TO THE About Persons. Hollster, ninety-two- . bouses In Terryvllle, Ky, C. I. llalley ot Itangor, Me work as a traveling man though ninety-five- . William Ilurnes, a Pennsylvania hermit, starved to death while III recently. J. O. Moore has completed SO yean In the nervlca ot a Yi'mu-Ingtobank. 8. N. Murphy has returned to his homo and family In- Carrol-toGa, after 40 years ot tramp life. J, G. Ilarbon, chief ot staff of General Pershing, Is a Kansas and West Point man. He enlisted In the army as a private. Dr. Gordon Edwards of llerk-eleCnU has discovered how to administer Qulntno by spray. Ing oa raw wounds so It will act os a pain killer. N. paint B. ton, Va. Dr. Frank Mason North, president Federate! Council of the Churches of Christ In America. Charles Edward Russell, editor and publicist. Mrs. Cordenlo A. Severance, St. Paul, i Minn. Or. Anna , Howard Shaw, chairman Women's Committee, Council of National Defense. Philip B. Stewart, Colorado Springs, CoL Frank S. Streeter, Concord, N. II. . llooth Tarklngton. II. St. Georgo Tucker, Washington and Lee University, Va. Feitus J. Wade, president Mercantile Trust Company, St. Louis, Mo. Jtenry Watterson, editor- of the Courier-Journal, Louisville, Ky. Sllu Maude Wetmore, National League for Woman'a Service. II. A. Wheeler, Chicago, former president of the Chamber of Commerce of the United States. Luke E. Wright, former Secretary of War, Memphis, Tenn. NEW PROBLEM8. The Invitation reads In part: "The war has forced new social, political and economic problsms on America. It Is necessary that these ahould be clearly and fully presented to th peopla. The nation must be awakened through the united efforts of patriotic- workers to the effect of the solution of these problems on the existence of the republic, the success ot democracy, and the preservation of th rights ot man throughout the world." Th headquarters ot th convention will be In the La Sail Hotel. Chicago. In addition to th regular aestlagi ot th delegates and rsyorU ot commit tees there, a bis mssUog will M beta outside th hotel, probably at Medina Tetsple, oa Washington's Birthday, Lancaster TW t Tobacco C. Warehouse I I I AawAASAW4aV Method in His Madness. STANFORD STREET. L SPEITH COMPANY, MGR I I I We Pay the Highest Market Price and Unload the Same Day. No Commission Charged. Phone. 308. BRANCHI1H0USE AT MORELAND AND PAINT LICK, KY. J When Alexander Dumas, the French novelist, was n young man ho was grievously Insulted by a man whom he had regarded as his friend. Every one expected him to punish the offender severely, but Instead ho began looking; out for him with more consideration and apparent friendliness than ID he had ever shown before. At length, three years later, when the erstwhile friend was to th) married,' the novelist was asked to serve as best man and did so. When the ceremony wa over and tho guests were leaving, some one remarked to Dumas; "I have often wondered at your kindness to this man. Surely yours Is a remarkably forgiving nature, for, although he Insulted you grossly, you l.jve assiduously looked out for his' happiness ever since and tveu assisted htm la "Quite right." angetting married." swered Dumas. "I Salter myself that T, have glveu tbo fellow th BOH mother-in-lafurious and lynx-eye- d , to. be found la France," It I I The Central Record, Thursday, Jan 10, 1918. Red Is Warm Color, Blue a Cold One, Because of Their Places In Nature Colon affect one'e feelings hecaoae of their places In nature. Since Mo 7 Her Presentment 0y F. A. MITCHELL rnjCRfta n colli winter eky nnd Ice, It should not da nurd In decorating a dark nd poot'jr heated room, points out MIm flrncti Averill, Instructor In homo art In tht Kansas State Agrlcul-tor- collfir. "One thinks of red as being warm because he sees something of red In lire," Mid Mls Averill. "He realties that It la an Irritating color It linn lieen used with effect In bullfights. Even the old turkey gobbler I excited by red. "Each color has Ita own Individual lied gives the Idea characteristic. of warmth and cheer, Juit na some per-aohare the faculty of making warm friend. Ited, on the other hand, la likely to be Irritating unless It la u,ed aparlngly. The effect of a touch of red In a room la cheering, but n room tbould not be papered In bright red. "Blue denotea n different characteristic It la like the cod, aedate, dignified person. Blue retrials Instead of advances. For thla reaaon a amall room may be made to look larger If It papered In blue, Because It la a la cool color, Ita use should be reserved for rooms which are naturally cheery A north and admit much sunlight. room should not be papered In bine." Still Running High on The Danville Tobacco Breaks- Averages Still Soaring and Growers Highly Pleased. The following are a few crops that brought good prices in fact every crop sold brought fabulously high prices: PRICES 180 pounds mi, wwiri Ntwwptr Ualoa.) Extract from a letter from Miss Harrington to her friend, Belle Stanford: I have not before this found an (Coprrlflit. Sutton and Beasley of Garrard county: 225 pounds 325 pounds at at $37. $31. ICO pounds at $42. at $30. 185 pounds at $42. 255 pounds at$41. 195 pouuds at $41. 220 pounds at $.11. Total Average for Crop, 25 pounds $37.04 80 pounds at 33c. (0 pounds at 39c A. B. Brown, Jr., 45 pounds at 40c. 40 ounds at 4Cc. Garrard county at 39c. 85 pounds at 31c. 25 pounds at 18". Total Average for Crop, SO.'pounds $36. 180 pounds at $27.60. R. L. & E. W. Barker, Garrard County. 200 pounds at $30. 235 pounds at $44. at $44. 175 pounds at $10. Mother's Cook Book Fer Meatless Day. Where fresh uih are obtainable are countless ways of preparing there them so that then la no need of same140 pounds 205 pounds Total Average for crop, at at $3C. $32. 175 pounds 35 pounds $39.60 at $40. 160 pounds'at $39. 40 pounds E. G. Sewell, of Boyle County at at $35. 27c. 1 15 pounds at $39. 165 pounds at 42c Total Average for Crop $39.79. at $35. at $17. 290 pounds'al $41. 111 pounds rough flsh, may ness. Carp, though ho made most appetising, If the smaller onea are used, The akin should bo aa In I. Ilea the objectionable (Uxor, more noticeable In the larger than In the smaller fish. Itoll In corn-mea- l, well seasoned, and fry In hot pork fat, using a bit of onion with the salt and pepper for seasoning. Fish Chowdtr. This dish may be made cf either fresh or salt Bah. Dice a few slices of pork and fry brown In an Iron kettle. Add enough water to conk a half doten potatoes and three onlona, and when the vegetables arc partly "flanc add the fish If uncooked. If cooked or salted It need not be added urtll ten tnlnutee before taking up. Tie fish should be shredded, using a pound to the amount of vegetables. Season well, then add n quart of scalded milk and a half doten milk crackers which have hecu scalded with boiling water and well drained. Serve piping hoU. Tanner and League, Lincoln County. 255 pounds 235 pounds opportunity to write you since leaving you last September, though I have hail something especially Important to tell you. You will remember that when I left you I said "I have a presentiment that I vlll meet my fate." I have since made uj ir.y mind that presentiments, like foretell the opposite. I t n n.an, the very day I parted from you, bu Instead of being n lover he treated mc abominably, tie accused me of stealing his scarfplL. Whcr the train reached Beverly It quite dark. The station was bad-- 1 lighted, and you know my eyesight Is not of the best. The oculist says I must wear glasses, but glasses arc not becoming to mo and I will not. When I left the car I saw n young man evidently looking foe some one he exiiect-e- d to arrive on the train. I was u!o-Intel- y sure he was Will. I hastened to Mm nnd threw my arms about his neck. lie disengaged them and looked at me like a thunder cloud. "Pardon me excuse me " I stammered. "I thought you were my brother." He lifted bis hat politely and all would have been well If I had not looked down to avoid bis gurc nnd seen something glisten on tliejlour. I picked It up nnd was looking to see what It was when the man said In a freezing ... ts t $.15. at $28. 115 pounds 210 pounds at at $28.60 $33 60 235 pounds 465 pounds at $33. at $23. 380 pounds 200 pounds at $34 CO tone: "I'll trouble you for my scarfpln." "Tour scarfpln I replied. "I I thought It was something I dropped." "It's my scarfpln nnd 1 would advlso you to return It Immediately. There Is n policeman over there." I stood feeling like a snow Image. To think that the fellow should hava mistaken me for a thief. Then, handing him the pin, I said: "If you do not know n lady when you see one I certainly know a gentleman. I would not ad Ise you ever to pose for one." This brought him to his senses. Ho began an apology, but I turned away from him nnd, seeing Will coming toward me, Joined him. But I didn't kiss him till I was sure be was my brother. We left the station together, got Iuto the car and went home. I hope It will be "my fate" to meet this man again. Won't I give him a piece ot my mind I Mr. Arthur Troop to bis ehum. Alec Harding: By the by, I was at tbe station the other evening looking for my sister, Cornelia. When the train came In a strange girl alighted and, making straight for me, threw her arms about my neck nnd kissed me. My scarfpln fell on tbe floor and I thought she bad put up a Job on me. She sold sbo thought I was her brother. I made an ass of myself, threatening to call a policeman. A few evenings after this I went to n dinner and dance at Mrs. Van Winkles. Who should be seated at the dinner opposite me but tbe girl I had Insulted. She looked at mo as though she considered me only to be touched with n pair of tongs. After dinner I Inquired who she was, and learned that sho was living with Mrs. Van Winkle, nt least temporarily, and tbe affair was given for her. Wasn't It odd, though, that. she. hail given me a bid, not knowing that I was the fellow who had Insulted her! As soon as I knew that she was In her owu home, so to speak, I laid my plan. When tho dancing commenced I marched up to her and asked her to dunce with me. As I expected, sho turned her back ou me. Since then I have stopped worrying about her. I'll tell you some roore ,.. Miss Harrington to Miss Stanford;'' . . . When I last wrote you I said I would like to meet again the man who accused me of being n thief. Well. I have met him and he proved himself, a better diplomat than I. Indeed, xw stead of crushing him, ho crushed me. Aunt Sarah gave a dinner uud dance tor me, and who should bo one ot the guests but this young man. Ills name Is Troop. After dinner, while we were dancing, he hud the assurance to ask me to dance with him. I turned my back on blm and walked away with all the dignity I could muster. Everybody In the room saw me do It. This lady called mo to her and asked me what It nil meant. When I told ber she said that I must apologize to Mr. Troop for refusing to dance with him, ho belug ono of my own guests. Thin upset me completely, for my advUcr was a thoroughbred and well versed In social requirements. I simply could not do It. But I did as well. I went to Mr. Troop and asked blm to douce with me. We sailed away, neither ot us referring to what bad gone before, I bad thought that I could not do such a thing and survive; but after It wasJ done and he was so deferential and at' tenttve to me I was well satisfied with myself. Mr. Throop to Mr, Harding : I haven't told you tho result of my having accused a lady of being a thief. Well, Instead ot apologizing to her she apologized to me. I am dead In love with ber and It I can't win her I'm going to Jump In the canal. Miss Harrington to Ulss Stanford t . . I am engaged to Mr. Throop. After all, I beUeve there Is something In presentiments. I did meet bit faU, Total Average for Crop, 185 pounds at 40c 315 pounds at 41c 435 pounds $30.71 32c 220 pourds at Christman Bros., of Boyle county at Average $36.61. Morris Dean of Boyle county 215 pounds 35c at 39c 150 pounds at 40c Average $37.75 PEOPLES ALLEN 11 TOBACCO WAREHOUSE Incorporated COMPANY LI ATT, Asst Mtfr. Walnut Street Wnrehouse. JOHN S. VAN WINKLE, Secretory. JESSE W. OVERSTREET, AssllMfir People's Tobacco Warehouse. 8atmen Fritters. Separate one cupful of cooked salmon Into large flnkes. Lay the flakes on a flat dish, sprinkle with vinegar, pepper and salt and let stand wnlli the batter Is being made. For the bat' ter, art J one beaten egg to a half can fnl of milk, a little salt and paprika, a tablrspoonful of olive oil ami a cupful of flour. Mix up'II smooth and glossy. Allow It to stand for an hour In a cool place, then add one teaspoonful of baking powder. Dtp the flaket carefully Into the batter and fry In smoking hot fat to a light brown. Gar nish with parslsy. Baked Salmon, Place a pound of frosh salmon to a saucepan with water enough te cover, add one traspoonful of salt, a half teaspoonful of white pepper, three tablespoonfuls of vinegar and cook alowly until It cornea to the boiling point, then remove from the Are and et aside until required. IMace the flsh In n baking dish, surround with vegetables add a little broth and bak until tender. Salmon, Stssks. Cut slices Inches.thlck, and wipe dry. Lay the flsh In a pan and add the Juice of a lemon, salt. pepper and red pepper. Lay buttered paper over tl flsh and let cook, allowing twenty minutes for each pound ot flsh. Garnish with cubes of cucumber, finely cropped parsley and tarragon. I. M. Dunn, President. CARTERS VlLLE. Mrs Itobert Green visited her aunt, Mrs S. M. Dsvls, last week. Mrs Susie Kenfro visited Mrs Ellis Creech of Wallaceton, last week. Itev Key of I'reachersville visited friends at Cartersville Isst week. Mrs Susie and Emma Kenfro visited Mr and Mrs JelT Davis Isst Sunday. Mr and Mrs F. U Pennington visited Mr snd Mrs J. D. Carter last Saturday Mrs Susie Kenfro and Mrs Eliza Creech motored to I.sncsitcr last week Mr C. S. Hoop and daughter, Cora, mado a business trip to Lancaster last Wednesday. Mr and Mrs Charlie Crutcher and Mr and Mrs Arnold Bryant visited Mrs Eliza Conn lait Sunday Mr and Mrs Andy Conn are rejoicing over the arrive! of a fine boyr The lit- lie leilow has been chiistened U, S. Danville, Kentucky. Cupid Makes Early Call. An American protestor who hat spent his llfo Investigating and hat collected tbe evidence of 1,703 young people, declares that both sexes start being wounded by Cupid's darts at the nge of three and that a woman's love and a reaches maturity at twenty-tw- o man's ut twenty-fouDo Your Work Properly. Mnko up your mind that you will do what you have to do the very best jou know bow. There Is very little work that Is really dlfllcult. Hut all good work Is palnstuktng. If you put your whole souj Into your work, you will lenru to enjoy It, and you will become constantly better and more worth while. ... li Uncle Eben's View of Life. "Life." said Uncle Ebcn, "Is like a trip In n fliwer. If you misses de right wny, tho harder you travel de Culture Not Enough. "Culture Is sltix-- iiml ii.hes If the worse you sits lost." Washington spiritual foundations aro not well laid, Rtnr. mid It tnke two, n man and a woman, to lay those foundations." Dorothy Cunfleld. Sugar the Most Common Sc:t. Tho world has u sweet tooth. It ould be difficult to find Individuals Garden Hose Restores Vlclon. id probably Impossible to And a ieu-wh'!.ird."i hose, nt full pressure, re-u- -l do not llko sweeta. And of ii man's sight ut Sun Itnfncl, It sweet the most omnium Is sugar 'I recently. Tho mnn, Charles n irtlcnlly all of which la produced v n fell 40 feet from tho roof of unci the i"iu the sugar cane li't home. Neighbors turned the gar-- I "vtroot, tho beetroot being the 'll hone on his head as n first nld ri-more, of somewhat than ' "iiro n ml after an examination Sugar not only 'f tho supply. ill own was found to be tho better In- -' "'" tho pulnte, but It helps to bus-i- i 'cs ' l of the worse for his tumble. Ills the body, for though It ll not suf vl. lon was completely cured. He Is Put Itself, It forms it very useful ondcriug whether It was the fall or .ipotient nf foods, being easily sol-- ' ho garden hose that was responsible. to nml ussliulliible. Wise and Otherwise Until Cupid recovers bis sight marriage will continue to be more or less of a failure. Some men attempt to practlco what they preach, but they soon get out of the practice. No wonder the wuy of the transgressor Is hard when one considers the amount of travel thereon. "In times of peace prepare for war," quoted the young man who bad Just squandered a lot of his hard-earnecoin on an engagement ring. Deposit Now You'would not think of canning Beans in February, Because there are no beans to can Record Floods In China.' The Cclesttul kingdom bus been the sceno ot some of tho most terrible floods on record, observes London TUBUS. In 1801 the Yellow river, overflowed nnd destroyed nearly 2.000 vil lages and towns und B.OOO.OCJ people. Two yeara later there were great Inun dutlons In Mongolia, caused by ty phoons, resulting In a death roll of 0,000. You can only Save Money when you have Money to save. 9 START A BANK ACCOUNT TODAY, NOT TOMORROW Lock the door before the burglar comes, not ofter. Make hay while the sun shines, not when it rains. Severs Test. IVrhnps no test nf ono's poise and dexterity Is mere dlfllcult for munuul ii wnn ot sedentary and Intellectual pursuits than the effort to pick up M'ven or eight newly released water melon seeds from the tablecloth with bis left hand vltliout urouslng no much lis n passing suspicion In bis wife's Irvnst that they're there at all. Ohio State Journal. Make Windows' by Hand. In making stnlncd-gluswindows every bit of the work Is dune by hand, und It Is untaxing to realize how nmuy limes each piece ot glass must be han dled. An operator tells of counting up cine day nnd Undlng that no less tbau twelve times were necessary. All the letidwork Is done by bund too, even the opening of the little slots luto which the glass Is fastened. Mstt Trouble. lUse above small things. The wom- Alone. "Alone," murmured tbe poor man. Jkt least It sounded like that. Yet the 'man was dot alone. Unfortunately bis jwlfe was with him, "Alone," he continued to mutter, Ilia wife laughed a harsh, brutes .laugh. In dulcet .tones aha hissed. "Nlxl" "Alone I TU time there was pleading la bit voice. And hi wife laughed harshly and book Iter bead, "Net a sou, you poor Sab," aba BANK YOUR MONEY One-Fourth NOW. We offer you our services to help you to save. Million Dollars. Total Assets i PeoplesKentucky. Bank. Paint Lick, ' ae 'Jtcatated. w will bo isituplclcly undono the first time she meets with a really big problem. It Is disintegrating to your mental nod nervous condition, not to mention your physical condition, to worry. Tou needn't be resigned to fate uor slip your troubles oft as tbe old friend duck's back throws wuter. But you cun meet troubles with a' will to conquer them or adjust tbctn and, after mat, "they should worry, but not you. Exchange. en who lets small tlilugs worry her ... asucf fer a. iota, taIl... J The Central Record, Thursday, Jan 10 1918. 4K4 ' IIIIJU Preston, Marshal 20a 10 90 0 30 60 14 26 03 8 95 2 33 4 33 6 C3 4 98 S G G I FARMER'S COLUMN I V40 IT sp.is ivier tun liesaiagls lot eionrlsnwesiilwernjers.ana' in 1mm t' . use tli. ils It lot iiirh ttimct on "I ? Hi tsncol sllord to No ioiIm rut M secreted; otrr lour Iwo limes ol Ik ii.4 lll Uuulrlit -mssscla' J Facts About Big Guns of the Navy BjUmt Fi(i!usIiCimo!uU.3.S.Tiu gun Is built up from right A or ten hoops or steel tubes, ilach Is turned to an exact lit less several thousandths of nn Inch, then heated nil until cxpnnslon permits It to he drawn on. It cool mid adds Mrcngth not only by Its thickness but by the grip of Its shrinking. The first or Inner lube has helical grooves to give rotation to the shell just an In nny sporting rifle. Tremendous firing pressure between 15 square Inch comam 'M tons bined with nclil gases and other product of explosion caii-- e enlnn or wearing away mid pitting of the grooves. Inner tubes must bo renewed periodically. The life of the gun. Is about l.'iU shot. Since frequent target practices ore held few year elapse before guns must be taken ushnre and retuhoil. The total gun I In cost of retublng a thfl neighborhood of $23,000. .Besides the Inner erosion constant shock of explosion crystallite the whole steel structure. Crystallization of metal may be likened to the drying of cheese. At first the mans Is relatively tough and elastic. After the heavy punishment of protracted tiring gun tubes weaken mid become brittle. Microscopic examination reveals contraction und disintegration of metal particle Just us cracks and crumbly sectloni occur In n cheese. Further use of the gun Is dangerous. Sometimes the crystallised state Is sooner than Is expected. The guns crack or burst, (m the Michigan ,15 gun brokc-o-ff feet of a and fell ou deck. On the next load the gun captain, haxlng opened the breech to report "iKire clear," shouted There ain't no bore!" Fortunately no one was killed. gun Is "S. The charge of i pounds of smokclcM powder put tip In sllk-llne- n bags. The back end of four each bag Is painted red and contains about four ounces of black powder culled the Ignition charge. A brass primer similar to n ride cartridge except It baa no bullet. Ignites the black powder which In turn sets fire to the smokeless powder. Contrary to popular belief there Is no real exphiklon hut n progressive burning of enormous rupldlty. Vast volumes of gns at high temiwrature and pressure-- are produced, forcing the projectile out. A shell weighs 1.400 pounds, Is five feet long, und contalus a bursting charge. Twelve strong men lift otic with difficulty. Yet from the gun It can sink n battleship 12 mites away. It travels at the rate of 2.000 feet a second or a mile every two seconds. Ou striking It expends an energy of 0."!,fiS7 foot-tonor enough to transport n load of two tons to twice the height of Mt. Everest. No 1 lrmr tiinnl FOR SALE Two good jacks.- - J. F. Adams, Lancaster. Ky, FOR SALE: Four Red Duroc m!e hogs. Weight ISO pounds. " J. II. Thompson. Preacliersville. FOR SALE: Kiver bottom cultivated liemp teed. Thl seed won first priie at Agriculture Fair Pec. lit. If. I). McMuttry, Buena Vista Ky. For Sale h A few extra Rood Krone Turkeys. Phone J Mrs Jas Sutton, Bryantsville, Ky. Mara-mot40-- pr walnut bed and mattress, and two walnut Bureaus. Phone 151. Miss Fannie West. FOR SALE-O- ne I have a number of pairs of Rood work mules to loan. Come quick and J. I. Hamilton. get the pick. throe dozen White Whom hens. Phon 47-- J Bryantiville Mrs J. G. Doty, Marksbury. Ky. ex. For Sale'-Ab- out " Tankage.wheat middlings mixed feed, bran. Hudson, Hughes 6 Farnau. BOOKKEEPING JUDGE FOREST STAPP. Although not quite to young ai the above picture would indicate, yet It Is still a good likeness of JuJge Forest Stapp who nisumcd the duties of County Judge last Monday morning. IIICT cno HUM 3 P. (J Bees Are SuDolicd With .1 T..i P.I. Ul r...n. On. UIIC IWU OKli, The ryes of an animal can only work BRYANTSVILLE together when they can lie brought to bear upon an object at the same time; Dr. and Mrs. II. C Itose were in so 'that, ns u rule, the eyes of a flsli Lexington Monday. must work more or less Independently. Mr. N. II, Clttattam has been quire when This Is sometimes also the-cas- e us anyone sick for several weeks. the eyes ran MT. HEBRON who watches n plaice or other llai IHh Mr. J. W. Ilryant has accepted a little Imy watch- tn ml nquarlum will soon discover. position in the store of Ilccker and Mr. Dillard Brumficld sold to Mr. ing you. possess more than two Many insects Earl Grow, u work mule for $75. I saw eyes, which do not act together. 'Dlx A Hallaid. fulfilled his Mm, too. I'm too leechi for example, has ten eyes on the Mrs. Ii. I'. Swope entertained with a I!v. K. F old a llsli to be top of Its head, which do not work in delightful dinner Tuesday foi a number at this place Sunday. cuught on n bent , concert, and n kind of marine worm of relatives. Ml. R'ul Mrs. II. L. Thompson and pin. has two eyrsi ou the heud and a daughter, Velma, were present every Mr. and Mrs. Carter Sellers of Jes each side of the body. Some liz- samine, have been visiting; Mr. and I Sunday. Starting It All Over Again. ards have an extra eye on the top of Mrs. C. M. Dean. Mr. Ed Grow bought of Mr. E. C. She I suppose If I were to die to the head, which does not net with the Montgomery 20 barrels of corn at $0. morrow you'd marry some other worn- - other two. The Urynntsvllle High School opened an Immediately! per barrel. Monday morning after having a Xmas A bee or wasp has two lr.rge, comlie Not right awny. I'd take a lit pound eyes, which possibly help rach vacation of two weeks. Mr. Ernest Montgomery left Monday t fh-s- . other, and arc used for near vision, for Itavenwood, Mo., to visit his sister, tle rest Rev. May. of Danville, will preach at and also three little simple ryes on the Suml.iy Mrs. E. D. Lawson and family. the Pleasant Grove church Self.Prilse. tup of the head, which are employed morning. Every body Invited. u long way off. So Kanawha Salt, Lime, Cement. Brick I don't kee why I keep trailing for seeing thin Dr. and Mrs. U. 1). Montgomery of nround lifter you when I could niarry that for close sight Inside the hive and Hudson, Hushes & Farnau. for far sight the bee will never need Paint Lick, were down last week for a u dozen other girls," complained CharMontMisses Lavina and Bernie spectacle. short visit to Mr. and Mrs. Bryant. Saturday from ley Pubson. gomery returned "It may be In bad taste for me to a ylsjt wUh their sister, Mrs. Jas. say no," replied Miss I'eacher, "but I Dran.Mixet) Feed. Wheat Mid Italian Museum Ha? Most Hamilton near Lancaster. dling, Corn Hay and Oats. Hudpresume you care for quality more Valuable Book in World. The Mt. Hebron Sunday School had than quantity." son, Hughes and Farnau. an aveiage attendance of 90 during the The Medico Laurentlan museum of Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Cunningham -Information. past tear. The contribution for rut 1'Iureuce, Ituly, hat In Its possession have moved to Mr. Hells Tomllnsons, Irate Patron I Ar nlnz expenses, minimi, etc. being $212. what la said to be the most valuable Mr. Cunningham having sold hU farm. Iropped a penny book In the world. This book la called Mr. Herod tains and Mr. Jas. Stone lutu this machine The Bank of Ilryantsvllle has declar and Is prothe Codex Amlatlnui moved tn a place near Sugar Creek, and nothing came l dividend of 4 per nounced by soma scholars to be per- ed Its and Messrs (lerbeit ad lUrry Store out. haps thu oldest und by all odds the cent to Its stockholders. This spUndid U their farms recently purchased from Agent If noth best undent Latin manuscript ot the institution Ii in quite a flourishing con ing came out that Mr, Tom Poolln, Illble. The work Is believed to have dition. end John shows Messrs Auther Montgomery been copied from the translation tx empty. Miss Mary Ellen Farley has gone to rs.oved to liourne. Jackson ai.d lamiliea St. Jerome, which he made direct from Hut, sir, what with Mr. and Mr. Russell Vanderpool.to the property do I get for my penny?" early (Ireek and Hebrew scripts. Its NicholasvUIeforavl.lt exorigin Is placed In the ninth century, Mrs. Sam Farley. From there she of Mr. Willie Coulter and Mr. Richard "Information. and Is thought to have been the handi- pects to go to Cincinnati for several Ppivy to the iarm of Mr. Earl Grow. weeks. work of English priests. Preparedness. The rattle of movera wagons could be Only recently has the true character There were no services at the Meth beard in every direction last week. Mr. Little Ned Must I sleep In the of this book become known. For many odist church last Sunday as the pastor, IJ. F. Jennings moved to Ml farm redark? Aral-o- tl years It was owned by the Monte Rev. Conant was called to Denver Col., Mamma Yes. cently purchased in Jessamine county; convent, without anyone being Little Ned Well, then, wait a min- aware of Its true value. Of course It on business. He has returned and will Mr. Hamlet Jennings moved to the father Mr. II. F. ute; I'll get out and tay my prujers was known to be of great antiquity, fill the regular appointments next Sun farm "vacated Je.inlngs and Mr. Willie Coulter to ii little more carefully. and was highly prized on that account, day. Hon. J. llogan Hallaid left Monday nut It remained for Italian scholars the place vacated by Mr. II. Jennings. A Poor Compliment to discover Its real significance. The for Frankfort where he will remain "1 have never heard a more InformMrs work Is now priceless. It nu only be during the Legislative Session. ing uddress." Coffee a Nutrient. examined by virtue of a special permit ilallard went to Nicholaaville ror n "Thuuk you, sir. Thank you very from the highest Italian authority. Coffee I lint u Mliuul.ilil purr mid short stay with her mother, Mrs. II much," replied the beaming orator. rointlih-rsiblu-rnutrisimple, but L. Elder and later will go tu "Kr what part of my speech did you ent. Justin Llelitg proved Unit, by A Good Old Game. to be with her husband. find the most Instructive" ti. working In inking equal bits of lm "The lirt jou quoted." " A man nlnetr-thrv- e The many friends of Mrs. Klls, Duanu the tuilt milieu, fiedlug "iio lot bread Tears old. whose " I end moat, the olhei hr- - ml mid coffee, town. are delighted that she haa moved back home Is In u Massachusetts The mffeo Foxy- pud comparing icmiIU f 11 miles one day recently to to her old hunt. Sine the death of her tquud did iiioiv work nnil caiuc out Mu I don't know bow I can get indulge In nn annual checker orgy husband, she haa been living In Hoyle. b1i:ijh than Hi.' meat ulcrs. In better Willie to take his medicine. If I tell with Ids former neighbors. lie left Mr. and Mrs. Stilwell and family wno him what It U be won't take It and It for home ut the end of the forty-fift- h have been at the Dear.e residence for I don't tell him he won't tuke It. thought that aoveral months have taken possession game triumphant In the 1'u Just put It on the table aud for- - he had made the best record known here vacated by Mr. bid hlni to touch It and then he'll tako jn 14 jenrs. He had won thirty games of the residence and Mrs. Ernest Gosney, Mr. snd Mrs. It- und lost aeven, while eight were a M. O. Kennedy have moved to the home draw. Haseldcn,-whil- e Mr. A. T, Iii these day uf gnlf und tennis and of Mr. J. S. Some Doubt. residence Caller Who Is the head pool und bonllnr, the sedentary game Scott and family aie In the Iluslnei Mr. Taj lor of checker has fallen Into some dis- vacated by Mr. Kennedy. of this house? Men Noe has taken possession of the pro-ert- y Knowing Neighbor Mr. Sraythe repute, remarks uu exchange. he recently purchased from Mr. thinks he is, but then be hasn't been who boast of athletic tastes speak ' slightingly of It as tame and tlrckome. V. 1. OCUll. tier. married long enough to know udhercnts who Ilut It has Its faithful The aro undisturbed by criticism. Oh, Woman 1 urouses Thought for Day. Kitty Jack was miserable when he game entertains them; It even mildly Tliero nre lu tbo world few things their enthusiasm: they become at the gtutlou. kissed me good-bThe old man In Mas thut are worth having. Catty He needn't have beeu. He excited over It. undoubtedly been aided sachusetts had didn't have to kiss you. pass Ids ninety years by the pleasNeatly Put. to ant stimulus of I ho simple game. Ills W11 Hrn lo'.d that Tom Hood liked Trading In Human Hair. mind was agreeably stirred by the ef best to work In 11 serluue vein, on such i fort tn enter his opponent's king row, 'Tim Itrlilso ot Slzhs." As he put It himself: "It's only for my Gradually changing alyles In hair-- . cupturlug us many "men- aa posMU way. livelihood that nn u inciy uoou. dressing In the United States and Eu- on the Hoston Transcript. rope have dealt a death blow to tbo Placing the Blame. trade In human hair In Houg Kong. China. In 1010 this trade reached Hi Studying Plant Life In India. "What Is the. matter, Henry?" ques- highest level, the United States alouel In order to encouruge urborlculture buying such hair to tie value ot $003,-13- 7 ilnuwl Mrs. Joslln. anxiously. study of plant life the govern"Oh. matter enough I That preclona nnd'the direct. In addition to a large India Una offered a ?rle of on of ours Is In financial difficulties ment of prizes to be uwarded 19 those amount which went by way of Burope, valuable says Les- ogaln." With the advent of the war, successful lu vurlous "Well. It's lust n I expected; and who are most lie's Weekly, the European demand line In cunnectlou with the growth of away, and the .changing It's your own fault for atartlng him trees and shrubs on government land. has fallen tylet In the United States have cut In business. Airy always did all rifbi LANCASTER, KY. aj loaf m b old uoiuiuf 1 down tn demand from new xotb. AITH BUSINESS .GQLIEOI' !. erftrnOWrJITIMr! i.yl aiw II TELEGRAPHY JTi- -. W Near, Taking No Chances. 1 Mrs. Dlx was ashamed ot yon, Ephralm, to see you dust the clialr you sat on at Mrs. Hen Shaw's. I saw her inner tor rar signi tjco, (,. IUI I'AINT LICK Mr. Gsmett this week. Kemr was In our city Miss Elizabeth Eldridge spent the week end with her parents. Misses Martha anil' Kate Ely have gono to Paris fur a visit of two months, Our little town has been crowded with cosl awl tobscco wagons this past week. The auldier bnys who came home for Xmas have aboutysll returned to their camps. Miss Isabell West of Sayre Institute, Lexington, Is the guest of Miss Jea-nett- e Eldridge this week. Morris Todd the efficient assistant cashier of the Peoples Bank, motored to Jxlugton last week. Misses Julia Hiatt and Tea Fish have returned home after a pleasant visit with the family of Jas. A. Todd. Anderson, Alex 1 Same, 1910 Anderson, Sam 6a Btazley, Andy'l tl. Beatlev. Mary 10a Mandy, Bruce (nr) 1 tl Bright. Bunlett 2a ' Bland, Bill 1 tl Burdett, Jim 4a Dunn, Narcissus 1 tl Harris, W II 1 II Hemphill, Anna 1 tl George II Jennings la Kavanaugh, Martha I tl Lewis, Ike 2a Lewis. Steve lira Ga M.rrltt', Wra Hrs 1 tl Nelson, John 1 tl Salter, Maltha I tl Williams, James 1 tl No 2 White Ely, Mra BettleGla. Graham, Bess (nr) 10a Graham, R II 31 a Huffman, Price (nr) 4a MiJdletou, J Y (nr) 15a Preston, J T la Slaoe, ti II (nr) 45a Sutherland, Mra J A 1U Scott A I) & wife, school tax Stotts. W II Hrs 25a Stypes. Ray la Vaughn, N R 1 a No 2 Colored Caldwell, Harrison la Dunn, Tom lira 2a Garnett. Wm Hrs la Kennedy, Bert Hrs 3a Srgar, Wlllism & Sister la Simpion, Geo 4a Jonei, Hock 3a No 3 White Arnold, Ed 1 Same ISIS . Ball, Sn l.l 86 Barr, Ollie 5a Burton, Worton a Cloute, Jim 23a Fain, Mia Mary E 130i Floyd. It M fur) 35a Irvin. Sallls 3a Lt may, E 4a Lemav, Ssllie 3Js Mathews. Ollls 11 Murphy. Sam 93 n Navlor, Herbeit la Osborne, E 23 Proston. Clavton 20 Ray, J It 79 Colored tl 9H 4 4 2 G 8 2 7.6S' 3 97 0 30 33 80 IS 67 & 95 20 87 3 G5 0 30 4 18 ' 2 G5 10 M 30 31 98 05 30 24 32 0 4 9G 97 8 65 4 Gt 3 G5 1 , 3G 4 . 97 6 03 8 02 4 93 9 71 4 GO to te Scrarbrough, Hubert 2S Tankage, tlio best feed for grow ing hogs, Hudson, Hughes & Far nau. MI11 Ssdio Italiton returned to Georgetown College, Monday after spending the holidays with her parents, The repairs for the school steam plant have arrived and tin furnace wil be put in readiness for school to begin Monday January 14. It's Mr, Olll Uoain, our miller, saya lie has plenty of graham flour on band now for those wishing to be Initialed into the use of "war flour" Miss Hester Patrick, our popular High School teacher was called borne Tuesday by the death uf her nephew, Robert Itlchey of Carlisle. Utile Miss Geneva Logsdon had the misfortune to get hurt while coasting last week. Falling from a sled she struck a gatepost, cutting a long gaih In her forehead. Dr. Sinlth dressed the wound taking six fctitches, and wbl'e very painful the wound is not serious. The correspondent at this place would thank all persons having newa items of interest to call No. 41, as the, home paper is going to many of our soldier boys and ihev are always eager to hour all the tews from home. Wheeler, II 11 25a Wylio, Geo (111) 17a W II Wbitaker 10a No 3 Colored Renfio. Wilson 3 Reynolds, Johnson 4a Warren, John 64 Warren, Joe 15 No 4 White Alma. A C (nr) 227 Bagby, C C (nr) 600V ? "5 Brock, Catlo 50a Brock. Emmrtt 20 .5 Brock, Jets 60a Brock, John 100 a Hill. TM 12 a Helton. Carr la Holman, J M 15a Holmes, 8ni 10a Hopkins, Frank 25a Hunter. J W (nr) Ti King, Geo la King, Win (nr) 160 a Lamb, Sam Letcher, Dr (nr) ICG a Mason, Bros 200 a . Parker, Mrs Lucy 16a Ponder, Attlier (nr) 79 a Rogers, John 10 01 G 03 8 95 42 fSO 30 G8 2 C'i II 07 12 CO U 93 32 05 4 C4 ITT'S" 8 2S 43 13 19 91 21 . 7 10 ii G2 G 30 8 00 S 40 14 Gl ' , 11 CA 4 75 G 33 46 5 13 G 30 8N 3 4 V7 la 97 4 31 6 39 34 1 4 97 3 00 4 32 3 20 22 32 2 33 G , 6G Slstton. la I.lih 60 a SHERIFFS SALE FOR Singlsioii. J N (nr) 45 a Wbitted & Ward 250 a Williams. VA (nr) Walker, II O (nr) 1 II No 4 Colored Burnsiile, Clay la Faulkner, Abe Jr (nr 31 a Faulkner, Bill Foulkner, Jas Hrs 2 a Harris. Wm 2 a Kaysnaugh, Arch 2 a Kennedy, Ed 1 a Kclley, Isah lira 20 a Lackey, Civil G a Leavell. James la la 97 4 72 1G 90 .1 01 2 32 2 48 4 la ti 03 2 98 4 97 3 C5 6 03 4 97 H HO 7 G2 4 G4 Leavll, IT TAXES, I, G..T. Ballard, Jr., Sheriff of Gar rard count, win un- Monday, January 28th, 1918 Merritt, Henry 8'a Mitchell Herlert la Royston. Kate 3 a ' Slavin, Amanda 2 a I Stewert, Yantla 7 u Alia, 4 97 C 30 10 27 4 64 2 60 2 35 0 30 WANTED Weight Five to nine years old. to 1200 pounds. same being County Court day, ofTer for sale at the Court House door, at Lancaster, Ky,, the following real property returned .delinguent, same being the amount due for atate county and schoo taxes, for the year 1917 and 1910. Said sale to begin at 1:00 o'clock standard time. The names of those paying before that time will tie stricken from ,G. T. BALLARD, Jit,. the list. Sheriff of Garrard Co. ll 88 I HIGHEST RsralUuMe PRICES PAID I SUriiMbfllti lit f rU. MflJ m Dr to Pay' U.I saj 1 O Vy I No ComrescsioH Weft, .unmtl4 HiliW I 1000 January 3rd, LOUISVILLE, KY. 1918. W. B. BURTON No I White Brown, Walter & Etlisl 0a Bcrdett, Walker 9a Grimes, Henry 7a Grimes, James 2a Hstdwick, Frank 20a Hardwlck, Mr Noah 3a Herron, L E I tl Same, 1910 f 4 97 WHITE fc CO. 7 C2 ' LWWVIiXI,KV. 4 95 (J 30 Uswral aaaertsseat sjM 10 27 aad tuH value m 2 25 39 78 40 78 ..FURS Mtsawaa)