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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): January 24, 1918 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1918 cen1918012401_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 24, 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. . vit.--r- t- rxssar ' THE CENTRAL RECORD. TWENTY KIOIITII YEAR LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON. JANUARY 24, 1918. WATCH YOUR LABEL GARRARD 0o U. S. S. Michigan Falli NUMBER 43. BOY When Cage Mast HQEIHG VVc have secured n flrdt class shoer. Give us a trial. Don't forget that we have one of the best equipped shops in the country. We - KEPAIE all kinds of Farm Machinery and Implements Don't throw your old machinery away when you can have it put in good order at a small cost. Wc can save you money. When dispatches announced the accident of the U S. S. Michigan last Thursday, when the cage mast fell, killing six seamen, only a few here knew that a Lancaster boy, Itice Ter-ri- ll was on that ship, together with five Madison county boys. Later reports say that all these escaped injury. The WANTKl) Good cuw. C. M. I.yoni Madison members or the crew wcie, l'2l-3t- . Lancaster, Ky. Cecil Simmons, nephew of Mrs. Lula Johnson, ot this city, Evan McCord, Del Aihell, John W. McCoid and An- PIANO RECITAL drew McCord. There will be a piano recital, by the students of thil department at the SERVICE FLAG. Graded ichool, tomorrow, (Friday) afternoon at 2;S0 o'clock. The public Be Uartiled At Christian Church. To ia cordially invited to attend three Several hundred sub scribcrs have sent In their dollars durjntf the past two weeks, but many are. yet in arrears. Watch the label on your paper and if it uoes'nt show 18, your paper may soon be stopped. The Caloric Fur FiDeleis nace is a revelation imDie, efficient a and economical home heating. It ha a no pipes and bu t one re si st era It ttends warm air by natural circulation through houae. the whole Mrs down at the aame timerfrawintr the re turn air through a properly con at rue ted channel to be heated again and restored to the circulation. There is absolutely no heat waste this method. Juit aa a livinsr aorintr in constantly pours up fresh cool water o tho Hie Original Patented Plpelass Furnace exercise.. SMALL FIRE. Brothers. ConnANDET LIVE LIVE FOLKS. Friday evening about aix o'clock the bouio occupied by Mr. II. 8. North-cot- t, caught fire from a defective Hue and was almost totally destroyed in a few momcntt. Practically everything wis saved, except a silver watch, which was either dropped in the srow or was consumed. The fire department responded quickly. I,t DG3 EC lt U. CHAUTAUQUA MEETING. Chautaniun guar antors ir called to meet at tho roonn of A meetlnir of the A program of unusual interest has been arranged for next Sunday morning at the Christian church Sunday school, at which time a Service Flag, donated to the church and Sunday school by Mrs. W. A. Price will be un- urled and placed on the wall of the church. This flsg will bear a star for every member of the church that has been called to the colors of Uncle Sam and under or near the flag the names of each member will be enrolled. Stars will be added from time to time as the boys are called out for service. 'Die public is cordially invited to this service, which promises to be both Impressive and Instructive. mmssm pouring up revitalized wum air. It's at IMutal m HAlunj itself and Ttry economic! of fucL TKfl Calorie Is potttivcljr guaranteed to reduce your fuel bill br a third ot lea, and tho doubla ribbed firepot (500 iqtwrt incKe more radiating urface iKan other fuepou) for yeaxa to lid icnice. Why waste heat In long, coU pipea and wall flues? Why not K.nd it ellreetly up takers you Lti and Bcd k That common letie and ccoscor. Hundiedi of tatiefied uaef ny tie Caloric U a beating wonder, and you will acre it you iaitall it. Let us abow k to you. I conjtAAtlr HASELDEN BROS. . i f rgrJj w. W tSdfi&ti J4-L- .VSaj GUanflKTEED CURE fV?..-iV'il" fps Hog Wr'.r'J '..kc'i. ; hos ctioitr GSipfpyiTj t'c.ii r a ' u ' 1 itn-Lr.- n a LzraUy cifi l -- UiiJ CTv5rf nd. UaSZLl. f.n CJjcCora .. II rem ilr on othltrr. f Rornody jm; 8 jm.-i rt.lll..ll-ii.cJrIAllH.- TTTTW.IIWMW3 will be the prlcejof the Courier-Journal for 1918. Please Net me renewjyour Subscription. IttcRoberts Drug Store j We are showing a full line of" the Woman's Club, on Friday afternoon, rehruarv 1st. at two o'clock. NARROW ESCAPE This Is a very important meeting, and Mrs. Treadvrar Caught On Tresstl By it may mean money in the pockets of those guarantor?, so all are asked to be Train. on hand at the time mentioned above. Mra. C M. Treadway, of Paint Lick, BALLARD MAKING GOOD. had the narrowest cscspe of her life in J. Hogan Ilallard, chairman of the Paint'Uck visterday afternoon, when House Comititteeon the University of she attempted tu cross the railroad bridge and was caught by an approach-iu- g Kentucky, is a former student of the train. When the saw- - there was college of mechanical nid electrical no meai.s of except by jumpengineering. University of Kentucky. ing, she had presence enough of He started In the University academy mind td lie down, but in some way was and later entered the University proper. not thn able to escape, for it seemed After leaving college he went to hia that from her staterrenta the ateps of old home in Ilryantsville and is now each car seemed to etrike her and the representative from Garrard county finally was knocked ofl thn bridge and and one of tho youngest men in the fell a distance of about fifteen feet Legislature, being only 28 years old. below. Danville Messenger. The train backed up immediately and passengers and crew went to her assistance etui she waa carried to the HANDSOME HOME home of Mr. Uurchel where upon ex Of the number of handsome residen amination it waa found that the had ces erected in Lancaster within the sustained a broken shoulder blade and past tew months, the one of Mr, W. otherwise considerably biulsed but not II. Mason is still in course of conseriously hurt. struction. Tho in an unfinished state The escape of Mrs. Treadway was it reflectai much credit upon the ad remarkable and her many friends vising architect, Mr. Y. S. Vandalsem throughout the county will be glad to of Danville, it being a wonderful know that she in not dangerously transformation of the property, years hurt ago known as the Price place on Stan, ford street. The house has charming HEMP GROWERS features and with its look of serene hospitality is a type admirably adapted Hold Important Meeting And Endorse to suburbsn living, CouoIt Sale MoTtment. W. 0. Funeral Lancaster, Director Office Phone 18. RIGNEY and Embalmer. Kentucky. Residence Phone 33. Draw A Check for the money you owe and note how much more res pectfully your creditors re- Card you. They like to do businvss with a man who has an account at the Garrard Bank Trust Co. They know he is doing business in a busiress like way. Better open such an account even it your affairs are not large. They will grow all right. J 2 fl S $ fi, Hi Electric Lamps, Irons, Toasters, Percu- lators, Grills, Hot Plates, Chafing Dishes Water Heaters, Vacuum Cleaners, Sew- ing Machine Motors, Warming Pads, Radiators, Vibrators, Etc, Etc. nt COASTING PARTIES. For the past two weeks, from to one hundred people, both voung and old. have been enjoying the roasting on the hill down Danville street, every conceivable thing being converted into a sled. Until the last enow Monday night, the Hack was fast, very fast, und numerous records wore broken, but no legs. Several "bob-sleds- " have been mode that car ry comfortably from ten to a dozen persons, that take jou down the hill at u mile a minute clip, bu- t- you have to walk buck and pull the sled. ; Davidson K & Tomlinsons Store. S 2 We are nlso agents for some of the largest mid most exclusive fixture houses In America. Buy from us, we know wlmt will give yu satisfaction. "PURITAN" AT AUCTION. Mr. W. O. King, the proprietor of Ice cream parbr and the restaurant, having volunteered for ser vice with Uncle Sam, is advertising his place of business to be sold to the liigl.. est bidder next Monday at 2 o'clock bv the United Itealty and Development U I BAST IN BROS, ELECTRIC j LIGHT PLANT. gj impaq. place is located on Inls one of the best corners in our city and with the equipment it has for service certainly olfer u good opportunity for any one winning to engage In the ret taurant business. I I I I Sp eeials Men's Men's Men's Men's Men's jjjTIRE DESTROYS RESIDENCE. 0Mr. Ij A. J. Itice, nesr Maiksbury, waa by fire shortly after noon $4.50 all Wool Sweaters 1.00 125 Union Suits 2.50 Wool Shirts 1.50 half wool Shirts 40 stiff bosom shirts, Job lot $1. .50 Coal Vases, job lot $2.50 Sander's Variety Store. All kinds of country Meat wanted. J, last Monday, caused from n defective lj flue over the kitchen stove. Little of y the contents were saved owing to the 'Ml great headway the fire had before l, Ing discovered. Mr. Jtlce was In Lan-- jj caster at the time, but Mrs. Itice's and Mra, Cannon were at .j parents, Mr. ( the home and with the assistance of neighbors aucceeded In aavinir Iwlnear 'most of the furniture on the first floor. (( y The total loss Is about $3,000 with t I about $2,000 Insurance, ii This property was Insured by E. C. Gaines the hustling Insurance man and only necessary to lay full settlement Is forthcoming. About 200 farmers attended the meeting of the Garrard County Hemp Growers. The meeting was called to crder at 2:30 by Countv farm agent Sogers who explained the object of the meeting and Introduced Mr. John U. Fields, marketing agent U, S. De partment, of agriculture, Mr. Held stated mat there were two big problems before the farmer of today. Frat that of production, and second that of marketing. He said he was interested in the marketing, la regard to the present hemp crop. Mr. Fields said that the farmer should gel a business orgsmzation and the entire county go together and sell their crop as one man, Tho Idea is not hemp pool but a county sale in which the farmer elects a committee of men to receive bids on the entire hemp crop of tho county Mr. Field stuttd that he had been Kaat to interview the hemp buyers and that the buyers wir il willing to buy from the farmer they could deal wjth them in a business like way and- - the farmer would stand behind their shipment, A New York tirm told Mr. Field several weeks ago that Kentucky hemp was was worth $10 CO per hundred lbs. for the fiber and IKI.tnJ for tow.1 Several other eastern buyers talked rery encouraging concerning the present hemp crop and many new types of machinery are being used to manufacture hemp into shirts, carpets etc. A committee of five farmers com. posed of vr, W. It. Cook, W. U. Bui. ton, J. L Hamilton, E. C. McWhorter and T Cltankiu was elected to act as the sales committee for Garratd Co. A census was then taken of the number of acres owned by the hemp growers of the county who would put their hemp thru the county sales and '1813 acres were received. All farmer of the county are urged to bold their hemp and to discuss with any of the committee the plan for the county (ales. Garrard county has about 2,600 acres of hemp and every pound of It urged to go through the county sales. The Garrard Bank REGULATIONS AND & Trust Company hVBVHHHsVsVXXaastaHsBVBBVkWH in the use of coal so far as the weather REPORT 'conditions will permit and to use ell j the wood possible. We still have .to each Individual have only a very limited supply of cool and if you have nn hnnil n miirh n m tuo.L. titnnl. .. .. COMMITTEE OF GARplease do not nsk the coal dealers to send you any for by doing so someone RARD COUNTY. who is witlioutjCoal'wIII suffer by your lack of consideration of your neighWe submit tho following regulations bors need:. II. Clay Kauffman, as n guide to business people for the Ch. Fed. Fut--l Com. for Garrard Co. places of busnext nine Mundys:-tA- II iness are to bo closed except Drug J. E. Stormes, and F. V. Frisbie, Committeemen. stores, which can remain open all day for the purpose ot selling drugs and medical supplies only. Stores selling THE REGISTER. food stuff can remain 0en until 12 Tho January number of the State o'clock noon but on only sell food stuff and coat nil. Firms selling coal Historical ltegister again presents itcan also remain cpm. I'ool rooms, self to the public and it is the most InTheaters und Howling alleys can re teresting journal of the month containmain open on Monday but are required ing a variety of news in regard to the to clone onTuodays. It is permissi conditions of the present but never forble at alt timer on Monday to maintain getting Its real mission In recording sufllcieut heat to prevent injury to the many events of the past that have building or its contents. Ihe closing made Kentucky famous. Everyone order does not apply to bank!), chuich-e- s remembers that celebrated beruty, or schools, county, State, Municipal Sallie Ward Downs, and sketch of or Federal offices or dentists and doc- her life with u photo copy of her In her young womanhood occupies a space In tors but to all other office. We are indeed glad that tho first this number as well us en Interesting "Heatles.1 Day" so far as we know article on an old Virginia heme whose to Kentucky observed by every business firm in family was transplanted Garrard county and we so reported to and also a copy of the tamous address the State Federal Fuel Administrator of Itev. Willism Stanley delivered some and we eople are willing to save coal years ago at a Confederate Reunion. ao that ships may take supplies to our In this msgaiine tho editor's personality Is always felt. "Hr Honor And soldiers across the waters. of the Her Fame", "Shadows", and "Here" We'have with the local coal dealtra and splendid assist- are three of her poems that charm th ance ot ll r. W. 8. Brpan Federal Fu- reader by their grace, beauty, and el Admr. for Kentucky been able in a sentiment. measure tQ keep the ieople Supplied with caol and we are going to continue Cotton Seed Meal for sale. It U to do our very best to keep coal com the best feed for cattle. ing Into our county every week. We Hudson .Hughes & Fumuu. however ask all persons to economize OF THE FEDERAL FUEL 'let The Central Record, Thursday, Jan 24, 191 8. WHY WE CALL OUR HOUSE THE H It is It is It is It is It is 0 ME PLACE LIKE HOME and make yourself at HOME at the HOME you like best. HOME where you get best treatment. HOME of the best organization. HOME of the best light. HOME of the high prices. THERE Come with your IS NO next lad Home Tobacco W'house INCORPORATED. RICHMOND, KY. Stop paint of Rhf U ma-t- it m . Kranltii. Spcaii a 3d Straini. No nffd to rub it from Ilrre'i ichf quick rtUtf and y meeting at the residence of D. S. Swope last Wednesday. After the treasurers annual report had been read and adopted by the body, the President called for the election of officers, which was made by ballot. Mrs. Margaret Cunningham was elected President. Mrs. Carrie Turner, Vice President, Misses Eugenia Pollard and Susan K. Sutton were for Secretary and Treasurer. With this splendid team of workers we predict a successful year for the society. BUCKEYE MARKSBUKY Miss Marty Speaks of west l.ancas-te- r has been the guest of Miss Stella Speaks. Robt. Speaks bought of Jim Robinson 11 yearling calves at an average of $21 per head. Mrs. Margaret Speaks of Danville pike and Mr. Villa Speaks of St. John, Kansas, have been visiting Mr and Mrs Robt Speaks. A man returning from Lexington where he had been to deliver bis tobacIn the co, his team became entangled big snow drift across the road when one of the horses fell burying itself in the snow. The gentleman had to pay a big toll before he got his team out. Tankagc-th- e best feed for growing hogs, Hudson, Hughes & Far-nau. Little Elizabeth Kurtz is ill. Mr. R. W. Sanders was in Madison, Sunday. Mr. Mai Carter had a horse to die last week. Mr. George Calico of Richmond was here last week. Mr. Robt Long and family spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Abe Burton. Miss Elsie Pearl Whittaker is spending a few days with Mrs. R. W. Sanders. Miss Mayme Manly is spending a few daya with her sister, Mrs. J. E. Edwards. Mrs. T. O. Hill who has been ill for several days, is much improved at this writing. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Whittaker and children spent last Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Gulley. derson. Mrs, Dock Simpson of Richmond is ill. Misses Dlanche and Doris Howling Flour in sacks or barrels. have returned home after spending Hudson, Hughes &. Farnau. several weeks with some relatives in Quite a number of our farmers atBerea. tended the hemp meeting In Lancaster Saturday. CAN'T DENY IT Misses Berniee Tester and Jessie If This Had Happened Elsewhere Instead Mvrtle labell visited Misses ,Eunlce Stalls Sunday night. Of Lancaster, Yon Mitht Doobl It. Messrs Lafayette Cotton, of Henry The average man is a doubter. This is not surprising th public have been humbugged so frequently they are skeptical. Proof like the following will stand Investigation. It cannot be disnuted. J. II. Dfclton, farmer. Crab Orchard St, Lancaster, ssys: "A year or two ago I had trouble with my kidneys. My back ached and was sore and lame and my kidneys were irregular in action. I bought Doan's Kidney Pills at It. E. McRoberts and Son's Drug Store, and used them. The backache left me and my kidneys were soon put in good order. I have had no return of the e county and Robert Long, of were guests ot Messrs Earnest and Cecil Teater Sunday. Teaters-vlll- hurt while hauling fodder last Satarday. QTJNNS CHAPEL. Cotton Seed Meal for sale. It is The infant child of Mr Tom Kloyda the best feed for cattle. has been ill. Hudson .Hughes & Farnau. Little Miss Mae Dailey is quite ill Mrs. Otto Howling was the week end with heart trouble. guest of her mother, Mrs. W. P. AnNews has been received here that THE NATIONAL BANK OP 1.ANCASTER. Cap Hal $50,000. Surplus 30,000. . A. R DENNY, President' J. E. STORM ES. Vice Pres'l. S. (.. DENNY. Cashier. J. I Cu t , J. R. Harris. Safety Oeposit WE SOLICIT Boxes YOUR For Rent. BUSINESS. Samual I). Cochran, Alex It. Denny, J. II. Posey, J. E. Stormes. S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott. Directors. Mr. and Mrs. Hunter Dsvis and little daughter, Mr and Mra Irvine Simpson and children were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis McCulley and family Sunday. Johnie, a small son of Mr. and Mrs. II. M. Kurtz received painful bruises and narrowly escaped more serious Wednesday morning when his sleigh ran wild while coasting. Labor among the farmers has been held up on account of the extreme cold weather, sleet and snow, while there are many who have not stripped out their tobacco, and have loads ot corn in the field ungathered, also hemp seed Mr. and Mrs. Lee Pendleton and chilthat aro endangered by the long wait. All this work on the heels of 1918 crop. dren spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. 11. Locker. The Ladies Working Society held its Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Carter were the guests last week of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mai Cartel. Willie Dell, the little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. Hoover is suffering with whooping caugh and pneumonia. Red Clover, Alsike, Crimson, Long white sweet clover seed; Timothy seed, Orchard grass seed. Ky Blue Grass seed rerleaned. Hudson, Hughes and Farnau. Mothers Thank Us Keep MANSE. Mrs. McWhorter has been very ill. Mr. John Roberts has been very ill with grip. Mr. J. T. Underwood is very ill at his home. Miss Burdetta Ramsey was very sick the past week. Mr. Hoy Creech is with his uncle, Mr, Hugh Conn. Mr. George Rogers and family have recently moved to Richmond. Little Jim Holman is the guest of his grandmother, Mrs. Mary Roberts. Mr. Hugh Conn was very seriously yourrorio done their daugbttrs la ridding them ol couth, that ''hung on" and weakened them Juit at the age when the young girls required all the phyilctl strength they could command. Foley's Honey and Tar It noted for Iti quick effect on couth,, cold, and croup. W. um foUr1, Her wl Tar nlUK Mf bmt m4 o.ly coeeh midh It . r i t an aw w alito kca ttur h ttW." Foley's Honey and Tar (or fcai and weakening coughs and you are to healthy vigorous womanhood. Thousands of mothen hare written letter, of thank,, telling what tUU free from col Jj ti Stornies Drug Store. Mr. and Mrs. Robert tang, Mr. William P. tang. Misses Valeria Whittaker and Francis Long spent Sunday trouble.". with Mr. and Mrs. B. Rsy. They were Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't sim- guests of Mr. and A. Burton on the ply ask for a kidney remedy get Woit trail Sunday night. Doan'a Kidney Pills the same that Miss Lenna Ilollon, teacher of Gun's Fuster-Milbur- n Co., Mr. Dalton-had- . Chappel School offers a motor trip to Props., Buffalo, N. Y. the State Capital to the boy and girl from the school here who make the MT. HEBltON highest average In the examination for common school diplomas in May: Mr Woodson Scott of Nlcholaavllle was This Is done to stimuUte Interest in here Saturday and Sunday. the eighth grade work in the school. Mr Dillard Urumfield sold to J. It. L. II., little, son of Mr. and Mrs. Duncan a work mule for $45. Lewis Murphy died at their home here Mr Elbert Jennings of Jessamine Is Fiiday night from an attack of pneuwith his brother, Mr Hamlet Jennings. monia. He was about two years old. Mr E C. Montgomery sold to Mrs Burial In the churchyard here took Wm Duncan some corn at !7.&0 per place Saturday afternoon. We extend Darrel. our aympathy to the bereaved parents Wheat Middlings. Rye Middlings. and little sisters and can only remind them of one who said "suffer little Mixed Feed, Drnn and Tunkage. He children and come unto me." Hughes and Farnau. alone can comfort the broken hearted Hudson, Mr Ernest Montgomery has returned and lift us from the darkest depths of from a visit to his sister, Mrs E. D. sortuw and grief. Lawson, of Missouri. Miss Lillian Dalton closed the public Wednesday, and school at Sunny-sidwill return to her home near London in 1 a few days. I U lotxj oubdittoa with vbmi Mr Joe It. Duncan, wife and baby, BOURBON POULTRY REMEDY A arm dnplalhJrLaklaf Dorothy were the guiat ot Mr J. I. Crawford and other relatives here a thrtst Uy. tarn (eVMbt bottu part of last week. MkM IttTwtaMi f sVftltHtt. Mr Jas Sander and wife, Mr Eliah McMillan, wife and son and Mr John MilllS IIUII W, lukflj.. ff Sandera of Coy, were the guests of Mr SOLD BY It. E. McKOUERTS and Mrs Tbos Illcka, Sunday. KELLY Seed. Tobacco fac-simlle BEWARE OF IMITATIONS. Other seed is being sold under their name. The Genuine Improved'"Standlng Up" Burley tobacco seed raised by B. L. Kelly 5 Sons, can be procured only from the raiser and is not genuine unless put up in of their signature as packages having a shown below which trade mark is now patented and on file In the U. S. Patent Office at Washington. Any Infringements will be prosecuted. Seed packed from best selected pods, produced by champion tobacco growers of Kentucky for the past 25 years. Price S1.00 Per Ounce SPECIAL PRICE ON LARGER QUANTITIES. Hens Lay al AMAZINGLY It. F. D. No. 1. (Trade Mark Talented) ifcRc Send All Mail Orders To B. L. KELLY & SONS R. F. D. No. 1, LANCASTER, KY. The Central Record, Thursday, Jan 24 1918. 4 3 TELEPHONE 97. SELL YOUR TOBACCO WITH MADISON TOBACCO W'HSE INCORPORATED CO. I I I li 3rd Street, L. & A. Depot, Richmond, Kentucky. LOOSE LEAF TOBACCO MARKET1 THE PI0NEER 3 LARGESmOOR SPACE Market is'better by some two or three dollars over last weeks";sales. Receipts have been very light on account of weather conditions. We are expecting good sales and a strong market from this on. We are prepared to take care of you at all times. Phone 97 for market conditions. I ( ( S i J. Some of the late Garrard County Crops Sold: Wells and Smith J.W. Tottim Floyd Curtis N. Ross Prewilt and Moberly 1170 pounds Average $ 33.33 Average Average Average Average Average Average 33.71 32.18 2255 pounds 2775 pounds 3705 pounds 2510 pounds 23G5 pounds 31.32 3121 33.08 5 SPLENDID LIGHT ! A E. C. MILLION, PRESIDENT. Brooddus and Garrett Long and King 2580 pounds FREE STALLS T. J. CURTIS, VICE-PRESIDENT. FIRE INSURANCE W. C. BENNETT. SECRETARY-TREAS. SQUARE DEAL TO ALL. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. COURT HOUSE BENCHES AT PUBLIC AUCTION Monday, Jan 28th, 1918 County Court day, promptly at two o'clock, I, as County Judge or Garrard County, will sell the benches used In the Old Court house, to the highest bidders. Sale will be conducted In the Court House side yard and said benches will be sold for cash. If you need one or more good benches, now Is the time to buy. Forest Stapp, Judge L 1 Here is Something You Con Do f Buv War Saving Stamps and HELP TO STOP THE WAR Call and ask about them. It Is your Duty. 1 OF LANCASTER, KY. J. J. WALKER, Vic Treat B. P. HUDSON. President Jo J. Wauucr, Jr.. W, O. Rionev, Asa't Cash'r W. P, CHAMP. Cashier. Citizens National Bank ON ROLL OF HONOR. Rinda Daughman, colored, wa- - tried diseases are more prevalent especially IDLENESS CRIMINAL. Friday for keeping a disorderly house tuberculosis and skin disesses. Fuel is and was fined S20. This trial caused also scarce and even hospitals someThe war is every day bringing out ERTY BONDS WITH as much excitement as if it had been times are not heated. many new drastic laws to meet the desome murder rase. In Marylsrd mand of the situation. The wara biggest trick "The Suicide a law has been passed whereby all Lilburn Gcoch, who was taken to Camp Taylor, returned home Saturday, Fleet" which consisted of fourteen males between the ages of 18 and SO "I have been busy laving up money having been discharged on account of wooden ships, with wooden guns, has years of age regardless of wealth and for an operation for call stones which physical disabilities. He has had deceived the Germans in regard to the position must have ateady employment strength of the British Navy. This or else they are fined and put in jail or my physician, advised In my caie. Since both measles and pneumonia. Marytaking one bottle ot Mayr'a Wonderful Mrs. Carl Rairsey, of Louisville, has has been kept a secret for months but better still given employment Remedy It locka as though I can safely been the guest of Miss Elizabeth Hlg-gin- s. now the Admirality no longer objects land ha adopted a sort of civil conuse this money to buy Liberty Donds. Mrs. Ramsey before her mar- to a publication of the facts. These scription by which the unemployed are I suffered for years with colic attacks riage to Lieut Ramsey, was Miss wooden ships were without a single gun required to register and assigned to and bloating". It is a simple, harm Frank Walter, a former teacher in the on board. Great logs tapered foom the work either for the state or privat mills represented the guns and it was a employers. This law has been in force less preparation that removes the cat' Stanford H'gh School. great joke on board. They could not since last August and the fear of the arrhal mucus from the intestinal tract Ollie C: Doone, aged 45, dicJ at his penalty imposed has driven a great which have sunk a row boat These dummies j number oi tne unemployed into seedand allays the inflammation homo on the Somerset pike Friday causes practically all stomach, liver night were really an Irish joke and the Celtic ing jobs. This is the first piece of legafter a lingering illness of tu- port officials were proud and Intestinal ailments, including ap of their great islation of this kind in this country but berculosis. The remains were interpendicitls. One dose will convince or success of camouflaging as each dummy a report comes from Washington that red Sunday morning in a family burybill will be introduced In Congress money refunded. represented one of the well known bat-- 1 a compelling all able bodied citizens of ing ground on the place, It. E. McROBERTS. Druggist. tie ships. This has been the greatest the United state to be regularly emBailey II. Hill purchased last week ruse of the Jwar, as they lay within ployed. of J. tV. Acey the State Hank & Ttust their land locked harbor apparently STANFORD Company building on Main street Mr rea'y to dash to sea but being very Acey bought tills building some months I'rescott Drown has been sick for ago paying $10,000 for it and it is said careful to ke,ep to a tetpectful distance from the enemy ships. several days. that he aold same for a profit of 2,000. Mrs. J. L. D. ColTee in visiting J. E. Jordan, who has been telephone This last week has been one of friends at Frankfort. manager hers for the Cumberland Tel- among the Allies rather than one Frank Phillips has been confined to ephone company for several years, will i of positive military activity. This was Her Mother' Heaae, Says TU his room for several daya on account leave this week for Fort Oglethorpe, caused by the uncertainty of Germany's Georgia. Lady, Regarding Black of Illness. &.. where be has received an appoin- plans. The British Intelligence DeDraagbi. Relief Froa HeaaV Col. S. T. Harris has been detained tment James Tribble, of Fiankfort, partment has learned positively that ache, Malaria, Chilli, Etc at home for several days on account of will succeed Mr. Jordan. the Germans have and are still trans-ferln- g a severe cold. considerable forces and guns Ringgold, Go. Mrs. Chas. Gaston, Miss M. 8. Logan, of Hustonville, Is fiom the Russian front to France and ot this place, writes: "I am a user the guest of her sister, Mra. J. G. WAR NEWS OF THE WEEK. Flanders. In fact, It canr.ot be far distant of Tbedford's Black-DraughWVatherford. when it Is expected that an attact will It was one ot our family medicines. The Italian Socialist of Italy are Also la ray mother's home, when I be made. It is argued that the future was a child. When any ot us childMrs. Sanford Allen, of Milleraburg, united for war. A stirring manifesto length of the war will depend on how ren complained ot headache, usually has been visiting her parents, Mr. and has been iteued summoning all to coMrs. E. P, Woo fait the Allies can kill the Germans and caused by constipation, aha gave us operate for national victory. t, which would it is certain this can be done more quick a dose ot Mr. J. W. Williams, who has Ifeen reetiry tno trouble, urten In tna quite ill with pneumonia. Is thought to So far Russia has not been tricked ly when they are attacking than under Spring, wo would havo malaria and be slowly improving. into making a separate peace. The any other conditions. If the Germans chills, or troubles ot this kind, we Black-Draugpretty regMiss Virginia CI vein, of Harrods real Russia Is democratic at heart as make one more great effort on the 'would take ular until the liver acted well, and burg, has been visiting Miss Mary Lee lias been seer by her failure to accept western front and fail then she has we would aoon be up and around Germany's autocratic designs to accept made most her Isst effort. The French again. We would not be without It. (livens In the Hubblo section. during the past week show great tor It certainly has saved us lots ot Mra. Woodla Hale lias been here !a separate peace. If Russia chooses sighs ot the tension under which they doctor bills. Just a dose ot Black-Draugfrom Danville for several days with J the Englishman hi a friend the world are laborlngr" when not so well savea a power of Germany is relegated to past. her niece, Mrs. E. T. Pence, Jr. bed." The Italian front remains practically lot ot days inBlack-DraugThe Allies should continue to lend Rus Tbedford's ha been Mrs. II. J. McRoberts went to Nash la a hulntni? hand for ihtt needs en , the same. The Germans have the ad to use for many years In the treat-Bevllle to attend the burial of her cousin, ot stomach, liver and bowel couragement and help In her supreme! vantage In that their line toward Italy Mrs. Grundy, who died there last week. ' and any allied success will troubles, and the popularity which It hour of trial. only straighten out this line. There now enjoys Is proof ot Us merit A. C. Hill sustained a very hard fall duty, It your liver sot doing the first of the week on Main street heavy snowfalls in the Carnao Alps. you will suffer Isfrom such It A Vienna newspaper despairaof vie-'a- re disagreeand has been suffering from It very tory and says that the war has shown The snow is three feet deep on the able symptoms as headache, bilious-Besconstipation. Indigestion, etc, much. Aus- mountain tops while In the valley the folly of Teutonic ambitions. It Mr, and Mr. J, C. On born, of tria is bankrupt and does not dare pub- has drifted to fifteen feet As all of and unless something I done, serious trouble may result. Knoxville, who have been the guests lish the smallest of ber gold reserve in th line of transportation to the Car-na- e ha been Tbedford's Black-DraugAlp are thru tbe mountain passe of ber sisters, Misses Warren, have comparison with her enormous notes In found a Taluab'.e remedy for the circulation, Tbe fond question Is ser- the transportation problem is becoming troubles. It U purely vegetable, and returned home. " vet In a prompt and natural Mae Sutton, John Layton ious and It Is estimated that It cost a more and more difficult to the'. Teutons. Miss Llllle "Shorty" Long, of Lancaster, much now to run the ordinary home for With the situation thus conuplieated it and were the week end guests of Miss a day as it did formerly for week. In would seem. that (be Italian forces have consequence of this lack of nutrition no cause tor alarm. Nancy Hunn. LANCASTER LADY BUYS LIB- aIamilT medicine b J. cnve The Central Record, Thursday, Jan 24. 1918. The Central Record JUDGE HARRIS BUSY. For the first few days of Judge E. INCORPORATED. as Folice J1.00 A YgR. W. Harris' administration SSUED WEF.KLY. JuJge, he was kept quite busy, trying J. K. ROBINSON. Editor. the offenders that Marshal ilcrron was but during the 1.L ELKIN. Local Editor niul Mrjr, rounding up for him, his line has been past week Inislnr.j in quite dull, so he inform us. In ljincmwr, nrei1 i ir. Judge Harris is not an amateur by tmnMiii Mall Matter. any means on the lneh, for he served j Kentucky l'reas Association in this capacity several years, with Member credit to himelf and with much honor I Eighth District Publisher league. to the city, lie makep the way of the transgressor hard awl It is probably Lancaster, Kr., Jaaairy 24. 1918 for this reason, that business in his court h so dull. I" Rates For Political Announcements For Precinct nnd Citv Offljes . . .1 6.00 for County Offices tor State and District Offices.... 15.00 10 r'or Calls, per lino. 10 For Cards, per line For all publications in the Interest of individuals or expression of individual views, per line Obituaries, per line The Red Cross headquarters present cd a busy scene last Friday with thirty-si- x women enirsEed In work at tables One more machine and machines. could be used to great advantage and the loan of one would be greatly apUoom open at 9 o'clock evpreciated. ery Friday. TAG YOUR SHOVEL. January 20th. has been att aside the day for the "Tag Your Shovel" II. campaign and Fuel Administrator Clay KaulTmau, is going to see that it is put across. This will not cost the consumer ono cent, but having a tag put on your shovel Is only to remind you that the coal situation is very acute and Uncle Sam needs that shovel of coal and he wants to remir.d you with this tag, that you should try and savo one shovel of coal for that day. There aro about three thousand famll'es in Garrard county and think if each family should save just one shovel of coal for that day, what a saving itwould be. Every one that owns n coal shovel should see that it la tagged and when the tag man comes around, givo him a hearty welcome and show him your shovel, read the wording on th tag and help win this war for the sake of humanity. 1. i AUCTION E3 ?.Rt.h MRS. RICHARD T. LOWNDES RESIGNS Gives Up Presidency 01 Kentucky Feder- ation Of Women's Clubs. 0. 0. F' MEETING NIGHT CHANGED.! Louisville Times The resignation of Mrs. Richard Tasker Lowndes, of Danville, as president of the Kentucky Federation of Women's Clubs was accepted nt the meeting of the Executive Board of the organization held at The Saelbach. The board member in accepting the r'ignation passed a resolution asking thn Mrs. Lowndes retain the title unlit the annual convention and appointed Mrs. Martha Rlker, of Hsrrodjburg, as acting p widen t until that time. The resignation of Miss Minnie I'ar-kDurham, of Danville, ascorretpond-l.ij- f No secretary also wai accepted. one was appointed to till her oflice. County Court Day, at Two o'clock. Mr. W. O. King having volunteered to enter the service of Uncle Sam, has placed his business in pur hands to be sold to the highest bidder next Monday. 1 Beginning Friday night, February 1st, all meetings of Franklin Lodge No. 7, will be held on Frid.iy night instead of Monday night, as has been tjie case for several years. The change is made to conserve cjal, as tho room is occupied during Friday, by tho local Red Cross, and is already heated for tho evening sessions 1'lease all racmb-- rs bear this in niir.d nnd notify other brothers. lie Pur IfOil Is k Op-M- ute ic6 Cream Parlor -- and Lunch Stand. The only exclusive Ice Cream Parlor in our City with a popula- MORE DELINQUENTS Who Failed To Return Qucs'ionniires. SHILEAGE CAMPAIGN Ta Co Lunched Here Next Monday. At a meeting of several citizens of our town at the Citizens Bank last decided to Tuesday afternoon, organize a Smilcagc Campaign and Mr. Adolph Joseph was unanimously elect ed the chairman of this important work. The plan is to sell "amilcage books' containing twenty coupons, entitling the holder to Beat tickets at Liberty Theaters, Liberty Teiits. and auditori ums under the management of the Commission Training Camp Activities in National Army Cantonments and National Guard Camps. These books contain twenty coupons and cost $1.00 each and the plan is to (ell 100 of these books in the city and send them to the boys at the Canton' ments where one permanent Theater has been built In each Cantonment, with a Beating capacity of 3,000 each, The goal set to be reached by the week ending January 28th is $1,000,000 worth of these sraileage books. Each community Is to set as Its goal a sum equal to 0 per cent of its popu lation. In which event $100 should be expected to bo raised in the rity next Monoay. This is a splendid work and we don't believe anyone will turn down an op portunity to send one of the Garrard county bo s a smilcsge book and enable him to attend the splendid class of en tirtainment that will be provided for them at those Cantonments. AGRICULTURAL SURVEY The local exemption board have al most completed the work of cltsslfiea tion and In a few dajs will begin the examination of those placed in the first class. Final classification cards are also being sent out, thcee are the wee that have been passed on by the Dis trict Boar J and finally places the rcg' litrant in tho class to which he has Those are smaller been fcssigned. cards than those sent out by the Local Board and It is important that each registrant preserve these cards just as he did the original cafd that was given him when he registered last June. The following have failed to return their questionnaires and aro liable to arrest L-li. Lcdford, Faint Lick; James E Kirlev, Lancaster; Kinnaird Dorton Lancaster; Charles Ison. Iluena Vista; Tom Lee, Crab Orchard; Leonard Hammonds, Faint Lick; Arthur Cook, Col., Buenu Lancaster, Chas. F. Davis, Vista; Josiali Crank, Lancaster; Stephen A. House, lluena Vistr; William C. Robinson, Faint Lick; Cnarles Eppes, Pineville; Arthur. Duncan, Col., Battle Creek. Mich, DC2 Main Street; Charlie Lowery, Uryantsviile. tion of 2000 people. Located as it is on the best corner in our City and equipped with every up to date equipment for an Ice Cream Parlor, Restaurant and Lunch stand is an ideal opportunity to engage in a business that is and always will be a paying proposition. place and we doubt if you will Come look over this find another opening in the State so good and witli better prospects and so many opportunities. y This place of business will be sold as a whole next Monday at two o'clock and possession given at once. So the buyer will take charge of a going business. Terms announced at the sale. up-to-date OUT WITH THIS MOTE. recently refer The Courie red to some Severn criticisms by the Murray Ledger of the Hcv. 11. Boyee Taylor, moderator of tho Kentucky Baptist Association, and a fw days later it published some resolutions by the First Baptist church ot Richmond. Ky., repudiating this man. The (Jour- at tho time of its publica tion of tho Murray paper a denunciation, ignorant of the facts on which it was bused, expressed no upinWn us to Its justness. Since thin its ignorance Lai been partially dirpalled and tie quotations from Taylor's owa papr, which it was enabled to publish recently, am ply warrant everything which hau been said against this man by those who Impeach his ioyulty nnd patriotism. These quotation reveal him as a contemptible little hi not and silly fool who has persistently used his position in a great church to instigate treason against tho country that aheltlrs him and to which ho professes ulleginice. The most charitable explanation of his conduct is to stume that ho hasn't seiuo enough to realize It ginvity. That, however, Ij no reason for failure by the proper authorities to put s stop tp it. The, Courier-Journa- l understands that he is under surveillanco by tho Government; he ought to be under And ha duress by the Government. ought to be kickeJ, out of the ministry by tho church whose cloak he use .to ply tils Infamom campaign against his country. Courier-Journa- I J. S. fmU riNO IT IX THIS COLUMN."! rn SERVICE LEAGUE. HASELDEN, General Manager. LOANS ON FARMS. .Hny. corn, oat', feed, ryo 1 IRPf?TY 1 barley Hudson. Hughes L Farnou. LlDIl"i Of County Asked By Government. Unlimited amount of money to loan An oriranhtation known n tho Ub- "r Our County Superintendent, Miss . on good farmi. Can bo paid off any 'M limmi IT HAV PAMPPDM Service Uenue" wu IsuHche.l . ..Ill Jennie UlRgins, has instruction thru 1 IjVIIVIjIUI.' here last Monday afternuoii 111 IIIIVll 11 I'll nt the Mules To I.oan- -1 have several good time. No loan fee charged. Atk about State Superintendent, V. O. Gilbert, to No matter where vour cradle stood. couit house, and was alien rd bv tho mules that I desire to loan to respon- this NEW plan. have uti Agricultural purvey made of Where do you stand now? j choliinsn of Ilia different "drpsrtments sible parties, 1). A. THOMAS. Garrard county, the woik to begin Sure, Uiifle Sam's been fioed to y6u; v. mo nni uiKuiiiftuiiuns Ul lllu county 3t J. W. Sweeney. Insurance, Real Estate. January 24th Bed to be concluded by and Us object is to assist In any way the That much you must allow. January 23th. This wcrk Is intended You left your huuie Council of National Defense in promotFOK SALE: Small 36 sere farm, to bo done mainly through the school ing the patriotic spirit of tho cor.imun. Across the foam; productive and lies well. Three room DISSOLUTION NOTICE. children of the county, but owing to Itv,,hy haviiiR speakers of nolo como You sahl It didn't suit you. box honso. one half mile of Hubble. the extreme weathur we are having Wo "fell forlt"-N- ow here and Elve. palriotla lectures from On and after January 0th, 1913, the Price $70 an acre. Terms leasonablo. just row, most of the schools in the timo to time during tho continuation of diyour bit! 3t-pButler Sutton, firm of Denny and Wheeler will have county can hardly be reacted and an -- we uueht to shoot you. - Kr, tho war, Or else dissolved. This is done by mutual con. extension ot time may be asked that 2 and 8 sent of both parties, Dr. Wheeler reMr. W. V. Cliainp was unanimounly rOU SALE: Twenty-three- , the work, which the Government Ins year old mules, broken and unbroken., taining their prexent ollico and Dr. elected as its chairman and it. 1.. asked to be done should be done more Iteady for the plow, Huelden Uros, Denny moving on Danville street, over Elkiu named as secretary. Tho folthorough. lowing executive, committee and Uurnside. Fall Uck pike. U03U the office of Dr, Klnnalid. was We know that this is important work M. K. Denny, at this time or the government would LIVE STOCK AT BARGAINS. chosen: II, S, Hudson, II, F. Hudson, runabouts, wo good FOR SALE:-TII. V. Uastin, Miss Tominie Francis, W. A. Wheeler, not ask it and we urce the, good condition, each. tquiuDed with Two cominK two year old mare mules II, C. Ksuirman, Dr. W. A. Wheeler. of all the fanners In the eouuly to aswheels, "one minute" demountable Mrs. It. II. Mclloberts, J. K. Itoblnaon, and dandy u'uod ones; 2 two year-ol- d sist in every way, to make it a success. six tu u car, I'riw J223 ond $250, no WORK MULES FOR SALE. horse cottaj 1 coming three year old Mrs. J. A. Anion, John M, Duncan, One ot Ike main and important reasc- - K0' less, well broke stud colt; 1 ukht year old Jude .Forestj3Uipt J,Jj, Moorman, , ons fo' this survey, ia to see just what Ilryaiitsville, Ky. Wc have SGjrood work mules for sale mare In foal to Jack, cood worker and F. M. i'alinster, Ft. U.'calllson and A. farm help is to be needed in the county lhreeand four years old, all mares driver; 6 sows to farrow In March; 6 W. Jackson (ool.) " and what eirVct the Selective Draft Red Clover, Alstke, Crimsou, FOR SALE. four. Will soil single or in pairs. shoals weiitht about 100 pounds each; 1 has had dpon this class of labor, Is composed of The Long white swce,. clover seed; Timteams Kood hoar; 2 tfood cows, one fresh; 3 Some extra good, JL have twenty good, welt broke mules The, vfprk Is purely a voluntary, paothy Bced, Orchard grass seed. Ky four to seven years old, ranging In of mare mules ready for tho plow, all bull calves. Will sell worth tho money. the followlnei J. E. Kobiuson, II. C. triotic service and the reward is the Bjue Kauffman, II. S, Hudson, J. II. MoorGrass seexrecleaued. broken. ' J. E. ItoMinon. Tom Y", Conn. price from S 160 to $200, consciousness ot doing your tiart to IjtnculUr, Ky, II. I'. I), No 1. W. ti. Burton, Lancaster, Ky. man and Mrs. It. E. Mclloberts. Hudson, Hughes and Fnrnau. "make ht world safe for Democracy". J 'I.ww,ww"f" I"' - FOR SALE The Central Record, Thursday, Jan 24, 1918. WHY PAY $75. OR $80. FOR A RANGE when we will sell you equally na tjood for $40. or $50. Healing Stoves as good as Moorcs for $30. and :?35. Small Heaters' . $5.00, ?G,00 and $7.00. Ilirtlaall Hires inch W niton $7i rnr Shetlera Cheap. J. R. MOUN T (Sc CO. The Q Deal House. DCZZ1C DC lci su S3 AO TO EVPUfl c If you have an auto to sell or If you 'want to buy one, or if you have a Touring Car and want u Roadster, or the reverse write us. We Have Several Good Used Cars at Very low Prices. We also operate a firGt class repair shop and do Storage Battery work. Satisfaction Guaranteed. TSi8 Bani i 8u!ck Go Danville, Kentucky. i L. II. CONN, Proprietor. Walnut Street. 3C h 3i en i' ir; 3C " for movement, looking toward the lie Iter-meI of our community and the busig News Of The Churcncs.! Mr. i. J. Atlier. of Biting, Ky was ness Interests of our town and county. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph hare taken a recent visitor of Miss Iimmu Walker. apartments over the (iarrard Itnnk and There will Ic preaching next Kunday f Mr Jimmy Slagg has been eonflned TruU Company and aro now rectlving morning at Mt. labor, by Itev. II. !3. to Iliu room for several data with La the eotigraluhitlons and brat wishes of Pettle, of Madiso-i- . The services will Crltl Mtntlon of the Comings nii gripi. LA their frierus. wSi wih fur them a long begin promptly at 11 o'clock Bnd all lyThou Wt Art InUrtiled In. and happy rnatriti;M' a they embark nro cordially Invltfd. Mis. .Mm Sfvicielfon! sad ctiiidien are In IItinvltr for the) remainder cf Wp"ti (he matiimimal sen. Union services will be held next SunMr. Cabn Walter rin li Liuhvtlle the week. day evening at tho Kapllst church and last w el. EVERYTIIiNG-CLOS- ED Itev, 1'almeter, of the Methodist church lloyos Hunn kad Wlllim will address Union the audience. MIm Annio llerndon was in llleh-mon- d Carsnn nf Stnnfsrd were vwitsra In , "Htatiess Da;" was obssrrt-dboth prayer meeting will also he held nt tlilj , Ineuster Monday nljrjit. last week. in hp'm snd ii litfr In Lsneter last church next Wednesday evening, conMr. .1. W. Crepsh, presMetil Is cUito III at Ikt Mrs. J. At f the Mon'iav, by order of Ihc Fuel Admin-Utrain- r, ducted by Itev. Cnllison. IktUn Telspbsno (Ajwnanjr, was in onr home on Hill Court. II. Cls Kauffnwii. In fact Services next Sunday morning at the city for a few days this week. owe ot the mors patriotic rneis were Dr. John M. Acton made a businoea Chrlstisn Church, conducted by Kev. Mr. I'razler Kurt was down from just u little appithsnsive about burntrip to louliville last week. slons J. li. Moorman; subject, "Every MemCrrb Orchaul this week, looking after ing n' match and on rsverel ber Worship". Mr. Km Danny of l'aint Llek wai a (me ef his bueinees Interests in this ns many us live were seen to light his The Christian Church, by unanimous visitor in Lancaster Saturdsy, piw from cee match. No one ques- vote, city. adopted last Sunday morning tln- tioned the authority of the Cosing Miss Little M Sillloii is visillnff "Every Member Canvass" to Inke cue Mr. O. U. 8pake. who has been order, but readily qulecd aivl dkl Miss Nancy llunn In Stinford. of the churrh's finances, which hil relatives In the oounty for Ihc so gladly. Misiea Utizabt Hi and I'atsy Anderson pat two weeks returned to his home members feel is it forwnrd step in tho hiatury of this church. were visiters In Itlchmond latt week. In St. JoW, Kansas, lnt DR. FRANK ARNOLD ILL. A program of unusual interest hrn He was ueeempanitd home Mr Jim Uourno or Lexington, woe lieen ananged for the Sabbath Srhccl .Sp-usen of Mr over this week inting the Imxim folks. by Ibilwrt lrf)v Friends here of Dr. Franl. Arnoh', ln.ur mxt Sunday morning, nt uhich James Mpenks. ami will uy his who conducted th meeting at S. W. Mosa. of Lanster, is visiting fortune for a whilo in the West. lhi tini" lb church ami lilhle school .iil Preahytenan church last October, will le preaenled with n "Service Flng" by Mow -- Middleeluiro his brother. It. th elnss nf Mr. William A. Price. Mr. and Mrs. Stt Kuril and eon nt Iss sorry to learn that hp hex Uin News. San Diatro, Call fornhi, who have been inile III since Cluiitmss with nn acute Miaa Pannie Dflwdcn of l'aint Lick CARD OF THANKS traveling for shout a year in the Haul attack of Dronchilis but will be glad ' is visiting Mrs. lil Stale on IlaaeWen are visitors at the Simx,cn hnuv. tho into to Know that he is now cenvaios- ' Heights. nirh to take this means of nnd hops to lie hhmelf sgain. guests of their couthi. Mrs U I). preMrc t0 our mnny frjends ar.d ncifJi Mrs. Prank Phillips of Slnnfenl vis- Simpson. Mrs. Kurtx will be remrm-htrc- d A letter from him to Miss Jennie Lk- - bon our 8ne,tH nppreciatlons for tl.eir ited her mother, Mrr. Kmm i DanieJa, Misa Mattfe an Thompson, ey, in which he s'.s to be remember- -' BVmpatIiy extended to us last daughter of Mr. J. C. Thompson whve ed to hisokl Lnneaeur friends and ,iurln(( ti,e Ojrke.it hours of our life, sum-- 1 Dan-villi- -, family for years lived in our midst. promisee lo return again next Mr. and Mrs. Uriels Oor.n, if occasioned by tho ruddw death of my wiich is very gratifying to his dear haabarxl. isitrd hia parente. Air. and Mr. The many friends of Mrs. Jake While iii., friends here. J. II. Conn. Mrs George Davis and family. will be gtal to know she has relumed Mi Annlo Heinlen, of Lancaster from the Craysvillc (Tcnn.) Sanatnr was with friend j here I'rWay. eb-mnnd faro, very much improved in health Hegiter. Sh- - was aeoomimnieit homo by MIfs Mtaa WilH Alene I.er, tha Kelly lit-tl- l.ueilla Ssndere, a nurto from the S. daughter of Mr and lira Itoaa Das-ti- aariom. Tins AMiatarium is comluci ed br Dr. 'J. C. I'ateh upon the has been ill. i. a tho fumcKM ltatlle Creek Mr t Mrs V. A. Lear rav n aMgh ii ml has suceeeoed in elferti it JL mi; psuly lo Mr and Mrs Mae Wilkin, many remarkshle cures that had fal.. l j cLLi of North Carolina. , Tiwpond to nv dical ti Jtnient. Mm J. It. Mount who ha been sutler ing for a few days with bronchitis ia DONER-JOSE- PH. omewhnl imuvd. j Gossip About People vM? Mrs. Jos Krancis Is In Stanford several days. ' V ll.y m,t Jk) KP kf JLj j!Hffli3IfiL Don't Buy a Wagon Until You Have Seen tlie Columbus llsforo you decide on any wagon, examine lha Columbus. Slroagly 'built of the boat poeaihlo raptorial tho Columlm.i wagon gives th most satisfactory service for tha longest puriod of years. Tlirre is no secret in tin notedly long HI of tha Columbus wagon. It to tha raault of llto mstbods koiptojwl in cnoatfuct ion. Tbsra ia no wood in this wagon which baa not boas airdriuj nnjer shelter fcoio on to tiro ysjus. Ttss galea and Ilia tiAea of tus wheel aro hickory; tha hounds, bokters aod aaodtxKirds ut cjV, and tha !i.ttosn of the box ia airtight Erajstsd flle.i pine. TU.c. are nut a fro ot:n ! n of iliu euro which l to nuka Mi w.. t as irluok- as r il . Tl.- - rrault ia that tho Colornbos wagon is iribewta,'-- . in raJ unco. Como in ' 1. "yit We nov and majninn ,t t. tho guest of Mis. Theodore Wlnter-anil- h kftfWn hers wliero for three rear, she was lbe etTiclsntmiUiatry triminsr witn j and Mrn. Ernest Siirague. Mbs Mlnnls Brow,i, Iveing qnits at- - j Miss 1scile ThsmrMon of Prtwelwre-vill- e She is the will b with lira. George Urowu tractive and popular. daughter of .Mr. and Mr. C. I.. Itower, the remalidr c! the school term. of Louisville uml IIvI with her parentb Mi4 Minnie i: wn rnts been to Perm at ilii East lliMvdway. The groom is dak for the put weak, visiting her one o. the lust young liusiiwss men in tuirents, Mr and Mrs It. S. Uiowi,. our city, being a son of Mrs. Elisabeth Mr and Mrs Osrti. HoMnattn. of Dar.-iill- e, Joseph awl member of the li rm of the IN is are with Miatt-- a Fannie and Ust-We- st Joaeph Mercantile. Company. exceedingly pular surt alwrya taket lor several mouths slay. a loading part in cvwy ruterpriting Mr. J. K. llassMsn spent several days at the OibsoM Hotel in Cincinnati, attending th big 1'arrwee Convention. bwn at bom Although mvcethearts for sver..l for a tm days visiting Ma parents, Mr year, the marriage of Mr. Adolf h ami Mrs J. W. llh,me. Joseph to Miss Kmma Doner last Sunday evsning in Louisville cams as nolle Mr Martha Tiwler. of Katlh visited hwr sistsjr, Min DelU n surprise to their numerous friends In Lancaster. Tinder for soraral Jays. They wer matried by Itev. W. H. Mrs. J. W. Mwmmy who w ait Ilnney, potior of the ilroaday Chris-ill at her horn an Hill Court is wtno-whtlan church at Louisville, the btid bs-Improved this week. log a member of this congregation is In Louisville Mr. Jeaafkh i well aiul ttlMaanllv Mr. William it. Mr K Elmo lo has at J Corn, Hemp and Tobacco Lands, Household and s .Kitchen Furniture, Farming Implements, Etc. i Of 10 ltWH) A. 1 na. II. lil For further information address, nn tn ran mi White Hall, Kentucky. Mr. Tho4ru TVlneersmith, of IMiisville, entertained at u handMine reception In honur of Mr. W. It. Cook. Friends of Walter Hudson will be glail to learn that 1h is rapidly improv ing from n resent attack of ru.eumonir Dr. W. I). I'ryor left for St. I.ovi. , wlwrv lie goes to visit re4' this tires. Ho will he gono nlwut ton 1UILD NOW! gvjrul is taa - i Becker & DC iallard. Bryantsville, Ky, DC da. TDuyiur hunker tit this time TTierii hro Little Misses Kathetlae and Ituby Morgan, brtgtit llttlo isaugtitsfs of Mr, and Mrs. C. I. Morgan have betiu quite Missei Helen Young and l'jtgy An. derson hnvo returned from a delightful visit to Alias Martha Crawford at I'lke- ville. Ky. Mr. ICobcrt Tomllnesn Jr., who has had a lucrative pjsllixi In a steel fur- tory ill touncalown. Ohio, ia vl.itinf nis miner. Misa Alliu Hendreii, ooe of tho iijh ular teachers of the UrudoI school had taken rooms with Miss Alllo Dunn on Lexington street. Mr HroAii ot l'reachersville reai- very goal rentoos. the lust investment you tvir matte. T Tiiusinil emu!itiini male it iwewlblc to tfet twice as niuolt Iinikc'r as you dtri in 1QH for tlie.wnie aiiKiutit of fnnn proiluon. Investment in will increase lumLr aiiTtlio ill value out ptecinij of new biilhlinif ott vmtr of all proportion to tlie lummatertal RED BLOOD AMERICANISM SS bers cost. the vvorM'srontest builJlnd Lumber than any other material used hat Bdvsjgiteil muolt COMING TO THE FRONT for building. ltli:M now this Cuuntry it callinK for men of stout lienrta and sound bodies. It mwdi them to keep OM (Jlorv triumphant and unanllifd in the air. 'Die exigency now confronting us emphasize, a nothing oIm could do, the importarce of good health, both ai an individual an I national aseet. Duuble vnluft canishe Imtl ef Unlay lietler without .iicrificiii Hum over bsfBra quality' nnd iholuut- - h.u moved his lamily to town for tho winter montns am) is occupying his dsnce on Hill Cuurt. - NothJnii ia mora It give point to tli a augsfsstloi), often emanating from this oltici', Hint every hc!y should guard their liaalth ns a priceless kycd imr. Whin you had yourself running down and not exactly up to the fighting pitch, ns is tha cuio with everybody at You outlit to rome to Nature's relief and take afourseof COM-CEL-SA- R D Mrs It. Zinimer who has beon on tho nick list for the past week is back nt her accustomed placo of business much to the delight of her ninny friends. Mrs. Villinm Cook, of Lancaster, Ky., It the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Wintrrsmllh, at their home Uelgruvls Court. -- Louuvlllu Herald. Iin The many friends of M". lU'jvtr Aldridge will bo glad to RnoW lhat he Is sufllclently couvalescant to tlend Sunday with his uncle, Mr. Ssm Uaeelden, D. M. Lackey who has been conDned to her room for soma time Is greatly Improved tha poLtufllclentlv recovered to be out among her many friends. Mrs. Mr, W, It. Cook has returned from Dublin, Oa,, where ho disposed of a car load of choice Kentucky mules, which be purchased recently in this and, surrounding counties. important iliaa oonwivaiion at thla timet, atock nntl iinplemcnta must be preptriy Slieitbred, such ns you have N()W may jwver coma lumber prices may be higliar. you buy when you ad all Opportunity aain. Ce-sl- ro We tire to jjlvinirl you this information in the ritlbt sliit-w- ith S4W 0.111 produce. n got mora for jour faint iJunriiiiteetl to satisfy you. or mcney back If you'll do that, von wilt not experience the discomfiture of being eent back lionii for lack of red blood when you answer tha call of the color. v sells at One Dollar lor threes boxes, locally guaranteed for Mho stomach, liver, kiJuty's, bowels, bladder, blood and indigestion and headarhes. rheumatism and nervousness. SCIENCE SOI'i: Is best for HUMAN SKIN, only 10c a bar, 3 ban 25c. Try our COWUOY LINIMENT, for all Paine, bruises, -burns, etc. 2Sc and GOc bottles. A. H. BAST1N & SON. LANCASTER, " KENTUCKY. - STORMES DRUG STORE, Lancaster, Ky. Remedy Co. Dukoto Jack-White-Mo- on 3729-3- West Uroadway, LOUISVILLE, KV, a BUILD NOW. The Central Record, Thursday. Jan 24, 1918. Overhaul Your Car While You Can't Use It : : We Have the Best Painters and Trimmers in Town An Urgent Appeal For Your Consideration It is a Proven Fact THAT YOU MUST FACE SQUARE FROM THE SHOULDER that R. M. ARNOLD has built the best buggy that your money could buy for the last fifteen years and they have given satisfaction in every locality. THE WORD "ARNOLD" STANDS FOR QUALITY AND A SQUARE DEAL. For the year 1918 wc hope to build the largest and most complete line of buggies with more real value for your big dollar than we have ever offered to you before, considering the high price of material. Wc buy in large quantities for the least cash dollar and it will enable us to have the right buggy at the right price. In edition to our buggy line we have added four lines of automobiles. The Olds and Oakland Six, the Inter-Sta- te and Chevrolet Four. There has been wonderful changes in the last year and you must see the car to appreciate the real value of the 1918 models. FOUR BRANDS We will sell four brands of the leading automobile tires for 1918 GOODRICH, GOODYEAR, UNITED STATES and the famous the only national advertised tire guaranteed C000 miles on heavy cars and 7500 miles on Fords. We had a wonderful trade on tires fn the last fifteen months and we have only had three tires to come back thnt we sold. All Ford sizes. WANT AGENT IN EVERY TOWN. We have the exclusive sale of this tire in Boyle, Lincoln, Garrard and Mercer and we want an agent in every town to sell or help sell these tires and also our line of automobiles. It will pay you well to investigate our proposition at once. KELLY-SPRINGFIEL- To Buy or Sell It will pay you to consult us. If you have a car to sell list it with us. Our Advertisement reaches five counties. On through the local papers the and through the mail, which is sure to bring you a quick buyer. In many cases wc buy the car straight out. If you want n new or old car we have the goods and our prices arc rock bottom. It will pay you to trade with us. s, Watch for Our Bargain Sale on Auto Supplies HAVOLINE OIL Bring Back Your Five-GallCan and We Will Fill it at the ON PrSr S9. on i Oldsmobile Agency Boyle, Mercer and Lincoln to make sure you get your Vehicle or Car when you want it. YOUR ORDER NOW You Can Save Big Money by Buying Your Automobile Supplies From Us. We Also carry Harness, lap Robes and Storm Fronts. does not pay to let every one tinker with your car. It can be done with half the cost by a man who knows exactly what he is doing and he will not. damage your car while working on it. We have with us the old reliable auto mechanics, Messrs, Potter and Shackelford. They know exactly what they are doing, there is no guessing they will make it work. One thing that we want to mention is that we can rebuild your car, retrim and repaint, all under the same contract and under the same roof. It o Make a Long Story Short Place Your Order Early CHEVROLET AGENCY BOYLE, LINCOLN AND GARRARD OAKLAND AGENCY I10YLE, LINCOLN AND GARRARD Arnold Buggy Works and Garage R. M. ARNOLD, Proprietor 2nd Street Danville, Ky. The Central Record, Thursday, Jan 24, 1918. " Tkis Is Our Winter of Test food li a for each I'rlccs rules for ercrj UilV rminiii IV fnrmolnted. It li it dul for eoch one to rat only to much ti Is neceaaary to maintain tli human body ocalthy and strong. This winter of 1D18 ! the period when li to be tested here In America whether our people are capable of vol untary Individual nrrlflre to world. That ! it the tli organisation the pur-poof of the United Statu Food Administration b)r voluntary effort to provide tha fixid that tht world nerd a. U. H. FOOD ADM' I8TIIATION 7 THE RED CROSS. There la still more yarn. Come and help knit for the roldirra who are brav ing the winter In the trenches for vcu. The work of this chapter bears the distinction of having all their boxes marked perfect at the headquarters In Cleveland. This la highly gratifying In charge as well as all who to those are Interested, for necessarily Ihe rutea are strict. The local chapter of the Ked Croia which meeta every Friday is doing splendid work In proportion as It has widened and Increased Ita membership and great interest is being manifested by all who attend. There la room for more workers and your is earnestly soli:itrd. Thote who have taken the yarn witli a view of making fox will please bear In mind that it is required to make the length of the foot 11 Inches and the length of the leg It ia also required that these box be knit on large needles in order that they may be loosely woven and can stretch. These directions have been given before but some have failed to meet the requirements and their work in consequence has to be taken out and knit over. lie sure your work is right before it is passed in. SKnVIKO 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: 225 pound, at f37. 325 pounds at $.11. PRICES at 112. at HI. 180 pounds Sutton and Beasley of Garrard county: 100 pounds 220 pounds at $36. 185 pounds at $42. 255 pounds atj$1l. 195 pounds atl$4l. Total Average for Crop, $37.04 25 pounds at 3.V. 50 pounds A. B. Brown, Jr., at 39c 45 pounds it 40c 40 pounds Garrard county it 46c. 80 pounds Total Average for Crop, 235 pounds $44. $36. it 39c. 85 pounds at 31c. 25 pounds at I8c. NEED BIGHERDS KO.'pounds at E. L. $27.50. $36. $32. 175 ounds 33 pounda & 260 pounds E. W. Barker, Garrard County. at at $36. 180 pounds.at'.$44. 175 pounds at $40. Europe's Meat Supply Must Come From America. Warring Nation, Mavt Dtpltted Llva Stock at Enormous Rata, Fvm Killing Oalry Cattl For Food. 140 pounda 205 pounds Total Average for crop, at at at at $35. 27c. 1 $39.60 at $40. 160 pounds'at $39. 40 pounds E. G. Sewell, of Boyle County 15 BRYANTSVILLE at42c continues very tow. Miss Eliza Ison was the guest of relatives at Lancaster Isst week. Mr. N. I). Cheatham pounds at $39. 165 pounds - Total Average for Crop $39.79. American atock breeders are brine aked to conserve their flock, and 255 pounda at $35. 145 noun J at $28 SO 380 pounds at $35. 235 pounds.at $33. 290 poundst $41. 110 pounds'at $31 50 lierda In order to meet Europe's 235 iwunds at $28. 240 pounds at $33 60 200 pounds at $17. 465 pounds at $2). demands for meat during tha war and probably for many yean .Total Average for Crop, afterward. The United Stnlra food administration reporta Hint American stock 1S5 pounds at 40c 435 pounds at 32c 315 pounds at 41c raiser have shown a disposition to 1 Aversge with the government In Increasing tho nation's supply of Ih atock. , 220 puunls at 35c 150 pounds at 40c 215 pounds at 39c Average Germany today Is probably better euppllcd with lite atock than any other Knmpran nation. When tho Herman armies made their big adrnnre Into France, and then retreated virtually all the cattle In thu Invnded USdO.OiX) territory nppmilmatcly Incorporated bead were drlien behlnil the German lines. ALLEN II EI ATT, Asst Mjjr. JESSE W. OVERSTREET. Asst Mfir JOHN S. VAN WINKLE. Hut In England where People's Tobacco Warehotue. Secretary. Walnut Street Warehouse. turn-n- l acres of pastun lands hate Into grain field--th- ecuttle henls nre decreasing rapidly. Ono of the reasons apparently la the declining maximum price scale adopted by the l,ngllah aa follows: For Keptemlier, 117.70 er 100 und; October. lT.2.Sj Clothing. Dumb Dogs. Clothes-Cleanin- g NoviimVr and IVcrmbcr, $lG0Sj Jnti-larDevice. Married Lift. telling how fnr this woman's There ore thnv kind of dog tha. 111.10. Tlie effect of these prices On one end of n recently patented Few girls who glvo n fellow n carehave no voice and can not bark tin fully manicured band expect the same clotliesbrush Is nn Absorbent pad to dreM matter will go. Some women wiia In ilrlvc beef anlmnla on tho marEgyptian shepherd dug, the Australian to go Into the ket ni soon as (Kisslble. enable cleaning to be done with any now wish to be clothed with the baldUhwnhor so soon. Times-Uniodog of Tibet Kiinsa City Journal. lot. Florida In Frnnce the number of cattle aa dog nnd tho desired liquid. well aa the quality hate shown an enormous decline during the war. Where France bad 14.6U7.000 head of tattle In 1913, she now has only a docrcaao of 10.(1 ier cent. And France Is today producing only one gallon of milk composed to two gallona before the war. and olio-hal- f Denmark and Holland hare been forced to sacrlflce dairy herds for beef because of the lack of necessary feed. Close study of the European meat situation baa convinced tho Food Administration that the future problem of America lies Urgely In the production of meat producing animals and dairy products rather than In tho production of cereals for eiport when the war will bare ceased. Tanner and League, Lincoln County. $30.71 Hay, corn, oats, feed, rye and barley. Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. The stores were closed here Mondsy, adhering to Ihe order of the "Fuel Administrator". Mr. and Mrs. Martin B regie attended the funeral of Mr. Robert Brogle, at Nicholasville. Saturday. Mr. L. W 1! rooks of Lexington has been spending several daya with his brother, Mr. II. G. Brooks. Mr. Ernest Ballard has returned to Chicago, after a two weeks stay with I'b mother, Mrs. F. It. Ballard. Mr. II. M, Moss and family expect to move in a few days to their home at Ciab Orchard which Mr. Mnsa recently purchased. We regret very much to give up Mr. Moss and family. Hon. J. Ilogan Ballard came up from Mrs. Frankfort for the week-end- . Ballard returned with him for a several days visit at F ankfort. Representative Ballard was named on several very important committees. Christman Bros., of Boyle county Morris Dean of Boyle county TOBACCO WAREHOUSE $36.6 $37.75 PEOPLES COMPANY I. M. Dunn, President. Danville, Kentucky. ... PAINT LICK 9 I I I 1 I TOBACCO TO THE BRITISH GOVERNMENT HELPS PAY FOR BREAD There hai been much misunderstanding about the bread program In England. It Is true that the English-ma- n buys a loaf of bread for less than an American can, but It Is poorer bread, and the British government Is a year toward the paying cost of It. All the grain grown In Ureat llrlp aln li taken over by the government at in arbitrary price and the Imported wheat purchased on tho market! at tho prevailing market price. This Is turned over to ttio mills by the government at I price tint allows the adul ternted war bread loaf of four pounds to sell it 18 cents, the two pound loaf nt 0 cents and the one pound loaf nt t cents. In France, under condition! oome-whsimilar, but with a larger extraction, tho four pound loaf tells for 10 cents. MAKINQ Lancaster Tobacco I I M Warehouse Mrs Wm. Metcalf went to Louisville Tuesday. Mrs. George Conn who has been quite days is some better. sick fir fev-r- ul Mrs. James Coyle cf Berea was the guest of Mrs. Tlioi Logsdon Saturday. Miss Elizabeth Eldridge is at home this week on acccunt of an attack cf grippe. Miss' Sadie Ralston returned from sulTcring from the school Tuesday measlea. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Gatfney went to Cincinnati to make their home with their daughter. Mrs. II. J. I'alrick and children and Miss Ethel Estridge were the pleasant guests at dinner Tuesday, of Mrs. Harry Mcfl horter. Word was received hire of the serious lllnes of Ur. N. Mays of Rich-mnOn account of his extreme age he is not expected to recover. Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Botner were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Burchell. Mr. Botner will return to Ravenna, Mrs. Botner will remain for a visit. " Messrs Claude and Clarence, and Misses Minnie and Maud Conn from, near Lancaster, spent Saturday aril. Mrs. Sunday with their grandmother, Sarah Ruder. Ten members of the Red Cross chapter .net with Mrs. iiico Woods, Tuesday, Much work was accomplished. During Ihe inclement weather the meetings will continue to be at Mrs. Woodi on Tuesdays. Too much cannot be said about tho loyally and enthusiasm and the quality of the work being done Is excellent. STANFORD STREET. VV Have this effective remedy at hand It'a thankful for croupy children. relief. I'lcasait to take. M Jdly Uutive. HSoM by all dniggiata 3 MEATLESS DAYS PERMANENT, In the ineatlesi menu there Is a fertile field for doveloplng new and nourishing dlshea, according to B. 1L Nile, writing In the Hotel Oatelte, who believes that the present shortage of meat and fata will Dot and with the coming of peace, but may grow more acute and continue for five or alt jears. thua making It worth while to develop menus of grain, vegetables and flah on a lucre or leaa permanent basis. Meat can be replaced by cereals and other protein food a, or may be eerved to very (mail portloni ai a flavoring for other food. In making up meaUeaa menus this author find our American Creole and southern eulatne broad field for Investigation. C. A. SPEITH COMPANY, MGRS. We Pay the Highest Market Price and Unload the Same Day. No Commission Charged. Phone 308. f discovery for Couflhs s Colds Don't permit yourself to become constipated, as your system immediately begins to absorb poison from the backed-u- p Use Dr. watte nutter. King's New Life Pilia and keep well There is no better safeguard against illnesa.Try it tonight. '.Tr.All druariata Cotipiia Cast TkiuMu I BRANCH HOUSE AT HORELAND AND PAINT LICK. KY. 8- The Central Record, Thursday, Jan 24, I9J8. erasr.xzrG. razrw&.yr -ar- AMERICAN Six Times As FORCES As la Spanish War, SHERIFFS-SALFOK E I THE Lartt FARMER'S COLUMN I pscs below ihi. hvadiusti lof lit U S I ( 6 ft I H fl.lUIUUOL The Top" , 'Joes "Over Read the records or our sales. Then- - were 1,I2,G50 enlisted men and IK), CO.". ollkeis in the United Slates Army t the opening of 1018, more larp,e than one m il a liulf tines Hnv forco evert' he fore mobilized by this Nation, according Id a statement liv Secretary of War Maker. DuHiib lbs war with Spain the Army of the Unileil States at its maximum Ktrei ctli atrKTCRali il 272,000 men ami oflWrs. The At my in the field ami In trainire now Is iiracllcollv six times as Crcat as the maximum number under arm In the Spanish American War. About 45,(00 officers wre coinmls-sione- il from civil life in the two series of training camps, nearly eifiht times as man ns the number of officers In the (tegular Army Aptil 1, 1J17. DELINQUENT I, 0. T. Ilallnrd, count, Will on TAXES, , Sheriff of I sseln Jr ot .lock, gisia sikI inch things on the isrtn as ins irn r.niiei anoTi id .iiver lite. No nolle will I secreted orvr tour lIDtfl, sua will bsonirm i..hci oi ine renst. Irt.olSDsrf ifl Monday, J.u,uary 28ih. 1918 day, offer for some belnit County sale at the Com I Houv. dour, at Lancaster. Ky., the following real property returned delingucnl, ssmo being the amount due for slate county and school taxes, for the car 1917 and 11)10. Kuld sale to begin at 1:00 o'clock standard lime. The names of those paying be fore that lime will be stricken fiom the list. 0. T. IIALLAKD, Jit , Shtiff of (iarrard Co. January 3rd, 1918. K0H SAI.K: I'ony cart and harness. lorn nay. Uenlle lor cimurrn. KOIl SALE: Good also 3 year old mule, & year old mare. II) wagon. hands, alsn G, C Walker, Fur Sale: One doten Haired rock hens ind a few nice cockerels. Mrs. C A. Itoblnson. COLOR OF CORD On iiat Denotes Branch Of Senice. Nol Whlti. llrown, Walter & Klhel fia Tunkugo, the best feed for grow- ini!.lut!s, Hiicls.tn, Hughes & Far- nun. They are not only enlightening, but official. LAST WEEK'S SALES ENDING JANUARY 12th At the Fayette, 808,035 lbs. $230,291.87, Ave $28.50. The Record lbs. $741,565.71, Average The Balance or the Mnrket-2,762,- 590 26.84. SEASON'S SALES $548,629.20, ave 528.14. The Re'cord The Balance or the Murket7,999,140 lbs $2,173,384.32, Average $27.17. High Break for the season, The Fayette, December 3, 103,010 lbs., Average $33.30 The Record. High FloorJast week, The Fayette, Jan 9, 108,985 lbs. Average, $31.61. The Record. At' Fayette, 1,949,880 lbs. notes Ihe branch of service each prlvatu has entered. Light blue signifies Infantry; scarlet,-Arlllery- ; yellow. Cavalry; buff. Quartermasters Corps; scarlet and while. Signal Corps; scarlet and black. Ordnance; black aud white, field cleri; maroon. Medical Corps black and gold, ollicers; silver and black, adjutant general's cleikj green, instructor Home (!urd; green and white, I loins (itiard The cords are worn only on service hnV- , Cadet, aviators wear as list bands inch and a half while libbons mxl on cost collars Insignia repretrntlng' lie ' avi.ilimi blanch of the Signal Corpr, propeller blades. ! (irimei, James 2i llardwlck. Frank ?0a as the sleeve chevrons and bar', Hardwlck, Mrs Noah 3a Just stare, and eagles on ihe shoulder pro- Ilerron. I. K 1 tl claim ranking ollicers, the hit rord deSame. 1910 No 1 $4 97 30 10 27 2 .19 71 10 70 G 1 j PATRIOTIC LECTURE. High Crop average for the Season, The Fayette, Ferguson & Brorcmel, 7390 lbs. $43.11 The Record. ( High Basket for the Season, The Fayette, Ferguson 5 Bronimel, $63.00 The Record. t Charles A Kellh, head of tin History department of the State kichmond, Ky , will speak Normal at at the court bouse next Monday night on the subject; "America and The Professor keilh comes under Ihe auipices of tho Liberty Service Leagus aud u gixxl crowd should greet this emnight. inent spcsiker next Mouda I'rof. Keith is said to be one of the best po3ted men on history in America todjy, winning u lthodea scholarship several years ago and graduating at Oxford University, England. He has spent a great deal of his time in unil his lecturo next Mutidsy night 'should be both Imtruetive and Interesting. Thi lecture will be fris and nu collection will be taken. I'rofenr War." These results have been attained not by accident, but through the painstaking, earnest and evident cfrorts or each and every loyal number of an organization, whose chler aim is to give the best possible service to planter and buyer alike. Anderson, Alex 1 Ssme, 1910 Anderson, Gran fia Bright, llurdett '.'a Uurdett, Jim U Dunn, Narcissus 1 tl Harris, W II 1 tl Hemphill, Anna 1 tl Kuvanaugh, Martha 1 tl Lewis, Sieve llrs On Merrill, Win His 1 It Sailer, Martha 1 tl Williams, James 1 tl No 2 White Ely, Mrs Kettle 04a times. Hen (nr) 10s Otahsin, It tl 3i a MlJdleton, J Y (nr) IGa Preston, J T la Sutherland, Mrs J A 10a Scott A I) & wife, achoal tax Stotts. W II llrs 25a. St) pes, Itar la No 2 Colored Caldwell, Harrison la Dunn. Tom Hrs 2 Uiinelt, Win llrs la Kennedy, lift llrs 3a Segar, William & Sisier la Simpson, Geo 4a Jones, Hock 3a No 3 While Arnold. Kd , Same 1910 llurton, Worton a Clouse, Jim 23a Fain, Mis Msry II 1304 Irvln, Ssllle 3a Lsma. Ssllle 32s I Colored tl MjMnrn 0 30 5 14 4 4 C CO CARDS. m hi, lining A. D. llltADSHAW, iim 25 33 S Rex Oarage I'rop Kxclu.ive Agrnt fur 'Ji 30 a 4 31 ttl IICKT CAPS Phone GG 2 Mi 2d 2 32 3 97 Open Day and Night. Quick mill Satisfactory Service .0.0 S3 Kd! Dr. Win. OlHce at Itainey s D. Pryor, in h 95 3 r. 0 30 2 05 10 38 C 9il n Veterinary Suigeon and Dentist. Lancnstcr. Uvery Stable. Kentucky 4 97 t CI 3t 1 The Wayenberg Line of Work Shoes for Men and Ilojf. Beit liy test Every pair Kuartmtecd 4 30 97 5 G3 8 VI 4 93 9 71 4 tO C 03 8 95 42 80 2 05 12 CO 32 C5 4 64 41 13 19 91 21 54 10 43 G. C. COX, (V3anse,Ky J. A. Beaziev hUNERL DIRHCTOR Ofllce Over National Hank. Ilesidenee I'hone 3. Office I'bune 27 LANCASTKIt, KV. THE FAYETTE TOBACCO COMPANY. KENTUCKY. 'TRY TO GET IN" Incorporated. KEEP YOUR LIBERTY BONDS. -- ---,: y ,- WAREHOUSE LEXINGTON, , UiJ(vt;wiI.-S."iv;- 2, uEnaBojLia' two-n- il 6 G G O hting! The money in the banks of our country is working constantly to aid the government in every way that money can help, to win e e 05 the war. Money carried in your pocket is or no use to any one. It is your duty to deposit all you can spare m.d let your money 9 9 Q work. We appreciate a bank accaunt, no matter how small and will make you feel at home doing business with us. 9 Total assets over Three Hundred Thousand Dollar?. Remember us when you have money. Bank, PeoplesKentucky. Lick, Paint, j The Liberty Uond is a government Itsy, J li.TOs bond as good a bond as the govern- - . Scrsrbrough, Herbert 28a Just as safe. Wheeler, II II 5 ment has sver Usucd. , W 11 Whitoker 10a Just as reliable. J. Don't forget this. n0 3 Colored Nor that In all it. history, the gov- - fn--( 0 30 w,Cn 3a ernment has never defaulted one of Its' No 4 Whit bonds. There is 110 better security on 11 CO arth. It is us goon as a greenback, Alma, A C (nr) 227 a Liok, Kontuokv Uagby, C C (nr) 600 n 4 75 so far fci its safety is concerned. 6 38 It pays you four per cent. Interest "rock. Carlo 50a1W1 . .. . f .It I. r.nimenu 4 50 annually; Just as mucn as you can get 6 13 for your greenback at any savings bank. I Ilrock, Jess 60a r, .10 Urock, John 100 a And its face value will never shrink. B 95 Thera have been limes when govern Hill. T M 12 a 3 97 ment bonds went below par, just us in Helton, Carr in Fine Cut Flowers. 1 97 recent months Liberty Ilunds have sold Holman, J M 15a 4 31 helnw iiur. Hut there was never anv Holmes, Sam 10a John M. S 30 valid rean why they shuulj have doi.e Hopkins, Frank 25a 4 97 rwing, lieu la so, 3 00 And they never stuyed there so v.ry Kingk Win (nr) 1&0 n 1 311 amli, Sm long at n time. Dr (nr) 100 a 3 20 Slnco the war or 1812 there has nev- 22 32 er been an issue of United Slules bonds , Mason, llros 200 11 2 33 that failed to go abuvu iar. Some I'arker, Mr Ltey Ifia Phone 36S-0 f.0 droiied below for a timo but tl.ey , Fonder, Arlher (nr) 79 m 4 97 Sogers. John a always rose again. BUCKEYE, KY. 4 7: Five wr cent bonds due In lSOT. sold Shelton. Lish 00 u Singlemn. J N (nr) 45 a 10 90 at 127 In 1803. 2 32 Six per cent bonds duj in 1B81 sold Williams. Kd (nr) 1 u W. A. WHEELER Wulker, II 0 (nr) 1 tl 2 48 ut 123 In 1873. No 4 Colored Four per cent bonds due In 1907 sold ! DENTIST G 03 Ilurnslde, Clay 1 a ut 130 in 1889. , Another four per cent Issue due In Faulkner, ALe Jr (nr 31 a 2 98 . KENTUCKY. LANCASTER 4 97 1925 sold ut 139 in 1901, Fuulknrr, Hill In Ofllce over Stormrs Drue ijtare. 3 C6 Two par cent londs duu in 1930 went Faulkner, Jsi Hrs 2 a C 03 Ilkiils. Wm 2 11 toflU9. llcurs 8 12 a.m. 1 4 p.m. 7:30 9'.m. 4 97 And tho iluy is coining when these. Knvanaugh', Airh 2 a Liberty Ilunds will sell fcbove par. Kennedy, Iv4 J a 8 80 7 02 Where the Government LtaiU went Kelley, Isah lira 20 n 4 01 Hai'tSy below pur there was always Just one Lackey, Clrll G u 4 97 reason, Somconu needed money ijulck. Loavell, Jcnas 1 u G 30 y. In order to get it bonds were offer-- 1 Leavell, Al 1 a 10 27 ed on the market for whutaicr pnceji Meruit, Henry 8 u they would bring. This happened us Mitchell Herleit 1 4 CI uully in tight money perlcds. With nor- Koyston. Kate 3 a 2 50 2 35 mal conditions they went buck to nor- HNvIn, Amanda 2 u 12.00 worth of harily plants Und bulbs Stewsit, Y 111. lis 7 11 0 30 for fall p'lintiiiK I'OSITAIUmal values. for only Loss Is impossible upon a government 1.00. Witttf for iarllcularsaiid I'lthhl r.M.l, I'l.uwr.ii iiuuu, Avmcn tei.s Hack of these bonds bond Investment. wlml to plsnt, bow to Uiil uid wnen sr all tho wealth of the nation, seme-thin- g to plant. more JhantBO.OOO.OUO.WO, Kyeiy dollar of this wealth can bt taxed by SINGER, THE FLOFIST the Government for the redemption of HIGHEST PRICES PAID I HARRODSBURG, KY. EOUTE, I'. IU bonds. mm war 1 v.i MBuuiiMMi p So long as there is u United States II RKTri 6Um.r4iiiL.ts4 Ita bonds will be the best Investment) rn I No Commijiion unn mm to Par ; inuu uinire f. vv. on eartn. to otner country is so ncn; LOUISVILLE, KV. no other lias such security back of ita Llbsrsl asssrtnwat bonds. aatf full valiM Don't sell y,ur Liberty Ilonds. Keepi M. Sabel & Sons .1 t .1 in 1. uy mem. xou win ue rewarueu 1... naving una btoUUM 1st Uulsanld the price equal and exceed whit you HISh tm4 LOUUVILUC, KY. paid for them. Ml tkla M. PATRICK, Dtentlctt. Pamt ... ura, Honaker McRoberts. la J.E. EDWARDS, M.DI Flowcrinrj Plants ans Bulbs For Fall Planting HI Hbl rsi