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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): January 31, 1918 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1918 cen1918013101_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 31, 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 YEAR LANCASTER. KY.t THURSDAY AFTERNOON. JANUARY 3 all the mean 1 . 1918. DON'T FREEZE YOUR FAMILY NUMBER 44. F1E 3ME HOESE BF1I15 SHOEING If the Fuel Administrator could hear thlngr we have heard aaid field. STATE-WID- E BILL about him, how would Gar Wc have secured a flrdt class shoer. Give us a (rial. Don't forget that we have one of the best equipped shops In the country. We REPAIR all kinds of NOW A LAW. Red, Alslki. Lung White Sweet The Frost State-widprohibition bill Clover Seed; Timothy Seed, passed the House yesterday afternoon Orchard Grass mid Ken- by a vote of 7C to II. There was no rnii tucky Illue Grass Seed. debate and the measure is now ii law, bs it does not need the Governor's sigHudson, Hughes &. Farn.m. nature, and already has Jiassed the If I lie birds can atlll "inn in "No Senate. Tne act provides for the submission Man'a Land" while the cannons roar prohibition to the voters and the sharpnel falls thick and fast of State-wid- e mound them, surely we of America of Kentucky at the regular election in 1U19. November, ought to go about our tasks and accept the conditions of war in a cheery manner. SAM COTTON BUYS INCOME !g 1 HEAT YOUR HOME WITH A CALORIC TAxTaN. THE "PURITAN." PIPELES FURNACE The best and cheapest way of heating your home. It cost less and is better than steam, hot water or any pipe furnace. You do not have your house cut up and filled with a lot of unnecessary pipes. Give us your order and in 10 hours after receiving your order, your home is heated. The in:ome tax man will he in Lan- As udvertlted last week the Puritan Farm Machinery and Implements Don't throw your old machinery away when you can have it put In good order at a small cost. We can save you money. caster from February 15. to February ice cream parlor and lunch stand was 25. It la important that every one get sold to the highest bidder last Monday hit limine! in audi a shape to assist by the United Kealty and Development men for unless tlua tax ia paid by Company, through Messrs J. S. llasel- Mat ch I, u penalty of 60 per Cent ia den and P. W. Wells, ably assisted by added. the popular auctioneer, Cept. W. T. King, who kept the crowd wll enter tained by his ready wit nnd humor. LIBERTY BONDS READY. I There were a number of bidders and j The Liberty Honda are all in anil can all of them seemed anxious to become gotten from the different banks the proprietor of this popular establish Ihe which they were aubscribed ment. It was finally "knocked off" to and those hrving audi bnnda are urged Mr Sam Cotton of this city, for $2,750. I to call for them. They have aome in-- 1 Mr Cotton took chargu immediately terest accured on them which can be and takes to it like u duck, to water 'cashed at uny of the hanks. and hi J friends wish him every success with his new undertaking. The l'r.ri-t-ii- i has a well established trade and is COLORED "AUNTIE" DEAD. tu rreitl't It, the tnii-- hTiil we lie.tiefllv I Aunt Nannie Uurnside, a well known for the new owner a splendid patronand highly respected colored woman, age. who (or the pant twenty yeara has worktd at the home of Mr. W. S. Ileitis, died Sunday night, after an THREE WILLS OFFERED illness of three dyn. Interment tuk-In- g place in the Lancaster cemetery. FOR PROBATE MONDAY. th'to Conn II Brothers. Eir ' . LIVE AND!LET LIVE FOLKS. lt BE .nz$"-s"fni!2a- JE J Guaranteed and sold only by ; ' ''.rjaiA r ,.Sr.v V 2.nwV-- Z&Zftl t , & LossSSy "rtw.v'Vr J r,jurt' fl.-l.- 'I? ;.v"".v; . li. " SHAEUJHTEED CURE ,;- ait h HASEUEN e- -i f?cn ChcSera - f tor not iooj Lancaster. - Kentucky ficr-iod-y ! a Vl V " t f r ' ' k In f at" A.UIUniitl.i, i. "OVER THE TOP." Twr will were probated before County Judge Stnnn la.it Mondav and one wns offered for prubate but on account of absent witnesses was postponed for another week. (VL The first one offeredwas that of Mrs Mary II. Dunn and was dated Jan. 11, 1U1S, only a few days before her death and was witnessed bv It. II. Tomlinson S J. 'llonrne and Mrs. Ellen Hetti. Under the will Mr. John Hall is made 1'HrrlFS ! Office 5. 376. j Hesidence her executor, without bond. She directs that her buggy and harness be given to John Hall and that after all WORK GUARANTEED, her just debts nre paid, she divides equally the remainder of he1 estate with Mrs. Ellen Hettis. John Hall, Sam Hall and Mrs. Sarah Hall. The will of J. W. Slavin dated Oct. 17, 1917, asks that Mr. J. (J. Uurnside be named ae his executor without bond GERMAN ALIEN ENEMIES WATCH YOUR LABEL and disposes uf his estate which is in money and notes as follows: J. W. Must Register February 4th, 5th, 6tfa, Several hundred subSlavin. Jr. $300; Messrs K. K J. V.. 7th, 8th, and 9th. T, U and T. It. Slavin, $100 each; Jas. scribers have sent in their A. and W. S. Sharp.. $100. each; Mrs. Postmaster Hrown, who will have dollars during the past two S. A. Sharp, $100; Mrs. U. 0. McLean. charge of the registration of all GerThe re- man Alien Enemies, has Instructions weeks, but many are yet in $200; and Ed Sharp, $100. mainder of his estate is left to J. ti. ' from headquarters that such registra- arrears. Watch the label Uurnside. tion will take place on Feb'y 4th. to The will of George Davis who died ! Feb'y Bth Inclusive, and has also re- on your paper and if it recently and lived near Paint Lick was ceived full instructions as to how such does'nt show 18, your papostponed on account of absent wit- registrations shall be carried out. per may soon be stopped. Registration shall be made by affidanesses. vit of the Alien Enemy, required to register and be executed in triplicate WHAT OUR SUBSCRIBUNVEILING OF and accompanied by four unmounted photographs of the registrants not larERS THINK OF US. ger than three by three inches in ttize, SERVICE FLAG. It is gratifying Indeed to have so on thin paper.with a light back ground. A large crowd was in attendance at many of our subscribers renewing their Each photograph must bear the signa- the Christian Church Sunday morning ture of the registrant; and the regis- to witness and take part in the unveilsubscriptions so promptly and it has almost turned our heads to read the trant shall also be required to register ing of the Service Flag in honor of the many complimentary things they say his finger prints, and the registration young men from that church who have .of us. We cannot refrain from men- ollicer will issue to the registrant, a given their services to the armv nnd tioning some of them which came in registration card. the navy of their country. This Hag this week. 'was made nnd nresented in few well EXAMINATIONS BEGIN S. A. McDearman and sister. Mrs. chosen words by Mrs. W. A. Price who Miss Jennie Arnold, in renewing from has herself given three splendid sons to Of Registrants la First Class. Harbor, Mich., say; "Enclosed Uenton her country's cause, one of whom is The local Exemption Hoard begun already "somewhere in France", She you will find our dcllar for another yeara subscription for the Central the examination uf all the registrants was assisted by Mrs. Prather In preItecord, which we look eagerly for each placed in the first class and thirty were senting this Hag which measures 20x40 week. It is delayed quite frequently, called before them yesterday and that feet. The field is of white with an ly, these stormy'times, but its news to number will be examined each day un- 'eleven inch border of red and there are They send til the class is finished, which numbeis eleven blue stars on this field represus when it does arrive". 350 men. best wishes to friends here, all of about their In this way and at this rate it will enting the eleven boys in the service. whom remember them so pleasantly. days to complete that The first star was covered with gold Quincy Gray, of Knightstown, take about ten Mrs. part of the work. Those not s.itufied showing that the boy for which it Ind. says the following kind words with the examiiiHtio-- i have a rinlit to stands, Heidel Sanford. has passed on after her paper had been discontinued; appeal to the examining board at to a higher service. The other rep"Enclosed find one dollar tor the paer Danville, resented were, Gus Dunn, John Dunn, for another year. I read every week Tiie school teachers of the county Charlie Dunn, Hen Woods, Hilly Swope, your item to the people who did not have been drafted into the service by Ashley Swope, Chenault Elmore, Tom pay, but I did not know it meant ME President Wilson to assist the Local Elmore, Lucien Grant, and John until the paper Btopped coming. That's Hoard in filling out the index cards and Two mgre stars standing for right, and if we forget and think the it is understood that a number will Stanley Herron and Sam Herrun, are paper will come on torever without come forward immediately to begin to be added. One of these bova is in paving, sou serve us right by stopping their duties. In the President's letter the Philippines and the other in France. it. Please send us the hrst edition to the teachers ot the country, he savs A church flag, a purple cross on a after this dollar teaches you." that the Local Hoards are so overbur- field of white, was also presented and Mr. It. II. Havnes, of Hillsboro, Ohio dened with the work of classification for some time the stars and stripes of Mr. W. II. Mason of this that this work can not be put upon have hung from the pulpit of this city and editor of one of the beit twice them, and yet the necessities of the church. A beautiful end impressive papers in that state, is kind Nation require that it be performed program was rendered consisting of enough to say; "You will find enclosed with the greatest possible dispatch and religious and patriotic hymns alternataccuracy. $1,00 for renewal of Mrs. Haynes' Cen "Un- ing with resionsive scriptural reading, This part of the letter saya: tral Itecord. 1 wish to congratulate nnd closed as the entile uudience rose you upon the excellent paper which der the authority conferred upon me and saluted the flag and sung the stiryou are getting out, and the splendid by the Selective Service Law, I there- ring song. manner in which your advertising fore call UKi) all teachers to present "God save our splendid nitti themselves to the Local Hoards having patrons are supporting ou." Kring them safe home again jurisdiction over the areas in which God save our men. Feed, Kye. Barley, Oats. Corn, Hay, they reside, for the purpose of examinMake them victorious. Bran, Mixed Feed. Wheat Middlings ing the QueJtionnaires and filling out Noble ana chlvalrious, the index cards in accordance with Rye Middlings. They are dear tu us, more specific instructions to be issued God save our men ' Hudson, Hughes and Fornaii. by the Provost Marshal General," KiciiMiiK&neaHiiy lows are the results of feeding Sinehroad, the Heat Kstate Man, of Lancaster, Ky., will begin his 1918 Heal Kstate "Drive" in "The Land Of Now," on Wednesday, February 20th, by n I'ublic Auction of Land, Live Stock, Farming Implements nnd Household and Kitchen Furniture for one of his clients. Itemember the date nnd watch the next issure of this paper for further particulars. WATCH FOR YOUR MAIL The Local Exemption Hoard nre send- i"K uui eacn uay aooui inirtv earns 10 the boys in Class One, ordering them to report on certain daya to take the physical examination. There is a heavy 'penalty for thoie who ignore these .calls and it is important that such registrants watch their mail closely ami report promptly to the Hoard on the day thev are tu be examined. OUR S. HATFIEbD, j Dentist fe I International Stock Food Let All Your Stock Have Abb bancdstcr, I. J It. I MoRoberts Drug Store We are showing a full line of L? SICK AND WOUNDED f5 -- Electric Lamps, Irons, Toasters, Peculators, Grills, Hot Plates, Chafing Dishes Water Heaters, Vacuum Cleaners, Sewing Machine Motors, Warming Pads, Radiators, Vibrators, Etc, Etc. nt Many accident Imve been reported due to the slippery conditions of the streets and highways. Mr Jerry Bland had the misfortune to fall and break his leg last Monday. Mr N. II. Price it nursing a broken arm from a severe fall he received Wednesday morning when on his way to the city. Numerous people are suffering from colds and crip, among them being Mr A. II. llastin and Mr. Henley Ilastin. Mr J. T. Tope is down with an acute uttack uf pneumonia. We regret to announce the illness of Misa Patsy Anderson, who was taken to the Danville hospital Wednesday afternoon, suffering with an attack of appendicitis, 7? Davidson & yu Tomlinsons satisfaction. Store. We ore also agents for some of the largest ami most exclusive fixture houses in America. Huy from us, we know what will give BAST IN BROS. J ELECTRIC LIGHT PLANT. J I Specials. I ii rV 1 s m 1 1 Sander's Variety 'Jy $4.50 all Wool Sweaters 1.00 Union Suits 125 2.50 Wool Shirts 1.50 haU wool Shirts 40 $1. stiff bosom shirts, Job lot .50 $2.50 Coal Vases, job lot Men's Men's Men's Men's Men's ... I In order to meet the demand for food abroad that the armies of thb Allies may live an ! stay in the flight the peo ple of America ale called upon to practice it strict economy of food and a new system of rationing food is prescribed. Two weeatlcss days a week, Monday and Wedtieseay and one wheatlcas meal ii day, Two iioikless days u week, Tuesday and Saturday, and one meatless day u week, Tuesday, and one meatless mea a day. The observance of these rules rests Uion the good will of the women and much of the succesa of the armies is in the hands of the housewives of Ameri with (!) ca. Ily their help in thu Fowl Administrator 15, 000, WO Luih uls of wheat can be saved u month and (!) thus tide over the armies and give them the lighting strenght tu win the war. ? CONSERVE YOUR FOOD. I MAC ADOO ASKS FOR CHILDRENS SERVICE. The children of America are asked to help save the nation by investing money In their savings or This net only War Savings Stamps. teaches a child a spirit of thrift but of loftv patriotism in helping to bear their part In the nation'a crisis. The nation needj that sort of boys and girls and every encourgement should be pro- viJed to stimulate this worthy effort. Store. 1 All kinds of country Meat wanted. 1 The Central Record, Thursday, Jan 31, 1918. AMERICAN SUGAR 1 I I f;i' BUILD NOW! at this timers Buying lumberseveral very goodthe best investment are reasons. you ever innde. i ! ill SENT TOJRANGE American Price Rigidly Regulated by United States Food Administration. CONSUMERS HERE PAY f i i 1 9c. 1 'T Tnusual conditions Investment l 1 I in make it possible to (Jet twice ns much lumber as you did in 19N for the same amount of farm produce. in lumber and the placing of new buildings on vour will increase its value out of all proportion to'the lumbers cost. advanced much and the Sugar Cost 35 Cents a Pound During Civil War Refiners' Profits Now Curtailed. Sugar Is selling today throughout America at from SH to 0 cents a pound to tho consumer, even though there Is n world shortago which has reduced this nation's sugar allotment lo 70 per cent, of normal. Through the efforts of the Unltci! States fowl administration the sugar market has been regulated as far as the producer, refiner nnd wholesaler Is concerned. Tho food administration has no jniwer to regulate retail prices except by public opinion. Kven though more than 8,000 Ions of sugar hnve been shipped to Trance In the Inst four months the retail grocer's; sugar price Is around 8 to 8H cents, tin should sell this sugar nt SH to tl cents, the food ailinlnlstrntlon believes, and asks the American housewife to pay no more than this nmnmit Last Augnst when the food administration was nrgnnlred the price of sugar rose suddenly to 11 cents n pound. During the Civil War sugar cost the consumer .13 cents a pound. Ily regulation of the sugar market ami reducing the price to 84 and 0 cents and keeping It from advancing to 20 cents the food administration has saved the American public at least In four months, ncconllng to a statement made by Herbert Hoover the other day. "It Is our stern duty to feed the allies, to maintain their health and strength at any cost U ourselves," "There has not Mr. Hoover declared. been, nor will be ns we see It, enough sugar for even their present meagre and depressing ration unless they semi ships to remote markets for It. If we In our greed and gluttony force them either to further reduce their ration or to send these ships we will have done damage to our abilities to win this war. "If we send the ships to Java for 250,000 tons of sugar next year we will have necessitated the em. ployment of eleven eatra ships for one year. These ships If used In troops would take transporting 150.000 to 200,000 men to France." Reason for World Shortage. As Mr. Hoover pointed out, the United Stntes, Canada and Kngland were sugar Importing countries before the war, while France and Italy wero very nearly self supporting. The main sources of the world's sugar supply was fierinany and neighboring powers, the West Indies and the llnst Indies. German sugar Is no longer available, ns It Is used entirely In Oennany. which also absorbs sugar of surrounding countries. Kngland can no longer buy 1,400,000 long tons of sugar each year from Germany. The Trench sugar production has dropped from 7.'400 t 210.- 000 tons. Tho Itnllan production has fallen from 210,000 tons to 75,000 tons. Thus threo countries wero thrown upon Hast and West Indian sources for 1,023.000 tons annually to maintain their normal consumption. Ilecnuse of the world's shipping shortage the allied nations started drawing on the West Indies for sugar; Hast Indian sugar took three times the number of ships, since tho distance was three times ns great. Suddenly the west was called on to furnish nnd did furnish 1.420.000' tons of sugar to Europe when SOO.OOO tons n demand. The year was the pre-wa- r allies had drawn from Java tOO.Ooo tons before the shipping situation became acute. "In splto of these shipments," Mr., Hoover stated the other day, "lhe Kngllsh government In August reduced the household sugar ration to a basin of 21 pounds per milium per capita. And In September Iho French government reduced their household ration pounds a year, or a bit over to 13 I'ven this 1 pound of sugar a month. mengra ration could not bo filled hy, found the French government It s early In tho fall. America was then, for 100.000 tons of sugar nnd asked succeeded In sending 8.1,000 Ions by December 1. Tho French request was granted because Iho American household consumption was then at least M pounds per person, and It was consld-- i ered the duty of maintaining the French morale made our courso clear." Today the sugar situation may be summarized by stating that If America will 'reduce Its sugar consumption 10 to 15 per cent this nation will ba able to send 200,000 mors soldiers to France. Sugar today sells at seaboard refineries at $7.23 a hundred pounds. Tho wholesale grocer has agreed to limit his profit to 23 cents a hundred plus freight, and the retail grocer Is supposed to take no raoro than SO cents a hundred pounds profit This regulation was made by the food administration, which now asks the housewife n reduce sugar consumption as much possible, using other sweeteners, uud also reminds her that she should pay no more than 0 ccuts a pound fur sugar. Control of Cans Refiners' Profits. "Immediately upon tho establishment of the food administration," Mr. the world's greatest building material lias Lumber than any other material used for building. I i I ;t III Double value can he had without sacrificing quality of today is better than ever before. i I (!) 1 N othing is more important than conservation at this time, and nil gram, stock and implements must be properly sheltered. may never come again. Af- - r J I 1 1 Opportunity such, as you have NOW lur uic wui, iiiiuuui piiuca muy uc iuhci. I f w e are giving you this information in the right spirit with a desire to see you buy when you canj get more for your form prouuec. I I I ID A, H. BASTIN & SON. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. I 6! (!) BUILD NOW. j RENEWED TESTIMONY. No one in Lancaster who suffers backach, headaches, or distressing urinary ills can afford to ignore this Lancaster Man's twice-tol- d story. It is confirmed testimony that no Lancaster resident can doubt. V. C. Davis, tailor. Public Square, says; "Some time ago my kidneys were in a bad condition. I Buffered with pains across my back and through my loins. My. kidneys were irregular in action and I had to get up many times at night to pass the kidney secretions. I had considerable stooping over to do and I became easily tired and languid. Doan's Kidney Pills brought relief and I think they are a fine kidney medicine." (Statement given April 22. 1912) AGAIN FKAISES DOAN'S. On November 17. 191C, Mr. Davis said; "I am always glad to say a good word for Doan's Kidney Pills. When I have any symptoms of kidney trouble, Doan's Kidney Pills are sure to give me relief." Foster-Milbur- n CO;, at all dealers. Co., Mfgrs., Buffalo, N. Y. Mrs. Will Hurt is very sick at this writing. .Miss Mary Day was the guest of Mits Ava McWhorter on Sunday. Mrs. Forest Centers spent Tuesday with her EACants, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Conn. Several of the farmers are losing their sheep on account of the bad weather. Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Bowling were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leni Howling on Friday evening. Mr. ltoy Creech and Hobert Anderson were the guests of Mr. Emory liowling on Sunday. Mrs. Otto and Maurice Howling spent Friday night with her aunt Mrs. E. (I. Creech of Hyattsville. Air. and Mrs. Major Holmes are the proud parents of a baby girl. She has been christened Ollie Price. A Legal Pun. "A petition for nn Injunction, based upon a Komewhat doubtful assertion of fact," says a New York lawyer "came before one of tins Justices of the supreme court of this state. After consideration of the affidavit of the Ietltloner, the Justice remarked: 'lu thl!) rase nn Injunction will not lie. even If the relator does.'" Cuse and Comment. Wind and Trees. The existence nt tall plant and tree! depend largely on the wind force. A tree with square trunk nnd branchct would offer so much resistance to th wind that It would be continually having Its branches snapped. Keep Criticism to Yourself. When ou feel an Inclination to criticize, remember that you weren't born to set the world right. Jut murmur to yourself that, nffer all. It's n prcity nice Utile old world, nnd that perhaps It would be even more ilifllctilt to get nlong with people If they were all quite perfect, which they certainly nrcn't. .Iut keep jour critical faculty to joursclf; It will have oil the exercise It needs. llxchango. Human friends. you Idealize your friends? Some-11- " u person who has wor.hIHil nt Hi lirlne nf n teacher or schoolmate I Locked Into cytiirlun by the dls-? of u flaw In the oue who win r enilKHlled. Human i ft'il Isperfectionnnd It always dun--r-faulty, ii It to Identify the virtues which '1 i.:nnd our feully with any human I Ii.?. Keep on lining nnd honoring kindness, even though you ru'li nnd il 'tcrt Mime acquaintance In n fulM-Iuior urn treutid unkindly by n friend." Hxchange. 1 s MANSE. Mt. Hugh Conn is some better at this writing. Fighting! The money In the banks of our country Is working constantly to aid the government in every way that money can help, to win o the war. Money carried in your pocket Is of no use to any one. It is your duty to deposit all you can spare ai.d let your money o G a work. make 5rou We appreciate a bank account, no'mattcr how small and will feel at home doing business with us. Total assets over Three Hundred Thousand Dollars. Remember us when you have money. Peoples Bank. Paint Lick, Kentucky. Hoover said, "an examination was made of the costa and profits of refining and It was finally determined that the spread between the cost of raw and the sale of refined cane sugar should be limited to 0 per hundred differentia! had pounds. The pre-wa- r averaged admit 83 cents and Increased costs were found In have been lmio-cdy tde war In Increased cost nf refining, losses, nut of bng, Inlnir, Insurance, Interest nnd other things mtber more than cover the difference. After prolonged negotiations the refiners were placed under ngrcemcnt thete limits on October 1. mid anything mrr Ibis amount t be ngreed extortionate under the law "In tde course nf these Invrstlgn tlnns It was found by eninnss of the Cuban producers that their sugnr had. during the first nine months of the past yenr, sold for an average of about J4.2I iwr hundred f. o. lu Cuba, lo which duty and freight ndded to the refiners' cost amount to ntiout $.VW per hundred. The average sale price of granulated by various refineries, according to our Investigation, was about $7.M ier hundred, or a differential of Jl.RI. "In reducing the differential to f When CALUMET thero was a saving to the public of M comes in, nil bakinjf cents per dundred. Had such n diftroubles tnkc ntiicK ferential been In use from the 1st of leave. You go rii;lit January, 1017. the public would have nhend and mix. un bak saved In the first nlno months of the ing materials, for biscuits yenr ndont $2l.sm.O00." cakes anptking without fear Nest Year. of uncertainty. Calumet makes you furgtt failure. With a view to more efficient organ-liatlo- n of the trade In Imported sugars next year two committees have been formed by the food administration : BAKING POWDER comprising repre1. A committee It the most rrfulfbecauMt It vs rive sentatives of all of tho elements of nwt ftnl irsulls. II. has Ilia Uf I erst aVmaatf became it U the moat rf I American cane refilling groups. The frmlcN. The tart lhat It " II !! principal duty of this committee Is to Atrial willconvinca ymilliat Ihnals divide tho sugnr Imports pro rata to mri " ftuvaranif vnu uMa'w their various capacities and see that anu ara not aaiuneti take u art adsolute Justice Is done lo every reami oats. surh tnsre- Calumet contains onlr finer. aprrovra dirats as nave 2. A committee comprising three repcmclaur IT In u. D. Authurttlca. resentatives of tho Kngllsh, French T. and Italian governments; two repreTa M. Ua rs m k. sentatives ot the American refiners, with a member of the food administraHIGHEST tion. Only two of the committee have QUALITY arrled from Kurope, but they repreHIGHEST sent the allliil governments. The du AyVARDS ties of this committee are to determine the most economical sources from a transport Klnt of view of all tho allies to arrange transport nt uniform rates, to distribute the foreign sugar hetnecii the Culled Slates and nllles, subject to the approval of the AmeriCspenslve Gold Fish. can, llngllsh, French nnd Itullsu govThe rnrest and most expensive gold ernments. III the world Is the ttiliipse bnih-This coinmlttre, while holding strong lili n pair of width sell for alt. A views as to the price to be paid for I'rnbnbty there la no other Ihtng thing Cuban sugar, has not had the final of Its site nnd weight that Is worth volco. This voice bos rested In the o uiucli money. governments concerned, together with the Cuban government, and I wish to n Growing of Trouble. state emphatically that all of the Annnjlng troubles, noxious weeds couivrned as ginl cuniiuerclul men have endeavored with the utmost that they are, inut have the tmtlciice oud skill to securo a lower of ordinary life or Ihey will fade any price, and their persistence has re- and die n nrepthe soil In which Ik duced Cuban demands by 13 cents per grow, the moisture nf one's imn tears hundred. The price agreed Usin la ns well ns the tenr nf ns i.inny other ubnut H.CO per hundred pounds, f. o. b. good teopto e ran he Induced to cry, I'uliu, or equal to ndout tC duty paid mid the gentle sunlight of sympathetic attention. St. I'nul I'luneer I'ress. New York. "This price should eventuate," Mr. Hoover said, "to about $7.30 Heel Not to Dear Weight. per hundred for refined sugar from The wilght nt the IhkI must never -the refiners at seaboard points or In walking. Imn ii the hetlv should place sugar In the hands of tin leg Is thrown forward frmn the the consumer at from S'2 to 0 Inf. knee acting In harmony, heel cents per pound, depending upon tombing tho ground first; but the locality and conditions of trade, or weight should be sn ipiltkly trans-frrni- l ' at from 1 to 2 cents below the In tde liulf of the foot that the prices of August last and from one. heel makes no noise. One who wulks half to a cent per pound cheaper nolMly Is always walking Incorrectly than today, und nf course cannot lie graceful. "There Is now nn elimination of speculation, extortlonato profits, and Handy Use for Adhesive Tape. In the rellnliig alnno tho American la uftll In the shop Adhesive people will sao oer 23,0O0.0O0 of and for the home mechanic, for tunny the refining charges last year. A part purmM-s- : In inciid broken bundle of tlicso savings goes to the Cuban, tciiilHinirlly; In bind up u cut linger; Hawaiian, I'orto Itlcan and Iuslanlnn to prev-- nt a hummer or nx handle producer nnd part to the consumer, from slipping In til,' hands, by uprisagainst the ing n ule "Appeals tp prejudice for awl, chisel, etc.; food administration have been made nrniiiul the nail set It will keep Mint becniiso the Cuban price Is 31 cents tool froii: Jnrrlnc the h.ind; nriuml n above that of 1017, It Is snld In effect lend ik-i- II Pi the v-- t iiket ni n that tho Cubans aro at our mercy; ' guard- .- I'lpu'ur Mubuclcs Miiguzlnc, get sugar a cent lower. that we could ' We made exhaustive study of the cost Tear 'eet to Point Straight ot producing sugar In Cuba last year The h i . ii font Is wonderful 111 Its through our own ugents In Culm, und formation; 2il hnncM nnd Intricate we find It n Venice $.'I.3U, while many tirniiigement the of muscles make It susproducers me nt n higher level. We ceptible a high degree of training, found Hint an overage protlt of nt us nun of nhsenes In funcy skating nnd least n cent per mnnd was necessary ballet dancing. Hut It is sadly hamIn order to innlntiiln und stimulate pinductlon or that a minimum prlcu ot pered In Its practical activity by being lu leuther and huvlng In $1.37 was necessary, nnd even this! nupKrt Iho weight of us well us to would stifle some producers. propel Iho body forward. To overThe price ultimately agreed was 23 cents above these figures, or about one--, come this ns far ns possible we fifth of n cent per pound to the Amerl-- 1 learn In wnlk Willi the feet pointing can consumer, and mora tnan tins practically straight amount has been saved by our reduction In refiners' profits. It wo wish to Porcelain, Festher, Fur Morey. n Cuba wo could stlflo production rorciliilii Money Is used lu lluniM ot all nnd Slum; uud friilhcr money, d take that courso Just at the time tlineti In our history when we want from Ihe short red feathers production for ourselves nnd the al- from beni-- 111 the wings of u species lies. Further than that the atnto de- of purmt, Is the ordinary currency of partment will assure you that such a tho Hiiutn Cruz Islanders. The Loyalty courso would produce disturbances In Maud, which He In tho I 'ml Mo lo t lie--east Cuba and destroy even our present of Australlu, lire famous for their supplies, but beyond ull these material fur money. The fur, which Is taken reasons Is ono of human Justice. This from Iho ears nt Iho great country has no right by the "flying fox," lu reality a large fruit might of Its position to strangle Cuba. rutlng'but. Is woven Into cords of varl "Therefore there Is no Imposition mis lengths, und these constitute the upon tho American public Charges ordlnury currency of the Islumlers. havo been made before this committee Unit Mr. Rolph endeavored to benDoes Not Reduce the Price. t efit tho California refinery ot which he A pipe has been Invented which fill was manager by this 34 cent Increase In Cuban price. Mr, Itolph did not Ox Itself us fast as the tobacco lu the the price. It does rolso the price to bowl Is consumed. How Mark Twain farmer about that would havo sipprecluted this modem the Hawaiian amount It docs not raise the profit of convenience! While Mr. Clemens was the California refinery, because their n joung man. It Is said, ho contrived charge for refining Is, Ilka all other re- u pipe, consisting, of u cun of tobacco finers, limited to $1.30 per hundred placed on the floor, to which a long pounds, plus the freight differential on rubber tubo was uttached. Then he would light the whole can and ntnokc the established custom of the trade. . "Mr. Itolph has not on penny of In- In bed. Iiiclian.-eterest In that refinery.'' All Baking Cares Shoulders CALUMET rr ln ..iraV.rk. J The Central Record, Thursday, Jan 31, 1918. WOMEN IN THE 3 MAKING GOOD WAR fl" CITIZENS Mrs. Philip North Moore Telia tht Outy of Her Sisters In th Crisis. Dy MRS. PHILIP NORTH MOORE. Mrs. Moort, who It president of the IJatlonal Council of Women, li now da. voting her entire time to the work of the Vsmsn's Com. ni.lttce of the Council of National She la alto a member of the Mtlonal Security League'a Commit tee of Patriotism Through Education land hat written the I following article for circulation In ths ICO pounds at J42. 225 pounds at $37, 180 pounds at $30. 2.V pounds at$41, 165 pounds at $42. 19jiuudat;$11. ,, campaign of Mra. Philip Moore. 325 pounds st 220 pounds at $31, patriotic education which the Secur-it- y Total Average for Crop, League la conducting throughout the country under the direction of this committee: A responsibility tremendous la placed tllKin Ihe womrn of ttir t'nltd 23 pounds at 33c. $0 pounds at 33c 45 pounds at 40c. 40 pounds at 46c. 80 pounds at 39c. 85 pounds at 31c. 25.'poundsJat 18c. States. The thine r need today Is Total Average for Crop, Inspiration. Our obligation la Just as great as If thr war ere on our own borders or on the shores of the Mis. slsslppl. When this inspiration ami obligation arr brought home, women SO.'pounds at $27.59. 200 pounds at $30. 235 pounds at $44. 180 poundsjsljj-lt- . 175:poundst.$4C. ran do more than men to bring condiTotal Average for crop, tions to the people. The reaourrea of the country are more definitely needed In war than In peace, nnd women can do more than any other force to conserve these re110 pounds st $36. 175 pounds at $35. 115 pounds at $30. 165 pounds at $10. 160 pounds'at $39. 40 pounds at'42c sources. The American people hae 205 pounds at $3.'. 35 jwunds at 27c. much to learn, anil this lesson Is need-iTotal Average for Crop to teach them to be less wasteful .inn" more alln to Industrial condl 'Inns. The lalrset falre sort of IMng la not rood patriotism, and the hour has come upon which wo may look 255 pounds at $35. 145 pounds at $28 50 235 pounds at $33. 380 pounds at $35. 290 poundst $11. 110 pounds at $31.50 bark with appreciation, the hour 4G5 pounds at $23. 235 pounds at $28. 210 pounds at $3.3 50 200 pounds at $17. which made us more thoughtful of mankind, lesa self centered. Total Average for Crop, What England Did. In England It Is estimated that women hate gone out to work 185 pounds at 10c 315 pounds at lie 435 pounds at 32c who did not do so before the war Aver"ge 61 The number of wotnen who have been substituted for mn In Industries, ei eluding all government establish' 220 ourds at 35c 215 pounds at 39c 150 pounds at 40c Average mrnts, are 376,000. There are 139. 75 HX) women emplo)ed In government works, Including nrvnals, dockyards and national shell filling and projer lle factories: 21,000 are engaged In agricultural pursuits, nnd 61.000 In transportation. Incorporated It Is In the Industrial and economic (Hid that the world war will mark the ALLEN II El ATT, Asst Mgr. JOHN S. VAN WINKLE, JESSE W. OVERSTREET, AsstlMtr most far reaching transformation In Walnut Street Warehouse. Secretory. People's Tobacco Warehouse. 'he condition of women. From the women of the country we vsk utmost loyally to the declaration that we nre not In this struggle for "onquest, but that we follow the flag in an assured victory of the principles ' nf democracy and humanity. Those who are determined that this Taking a Joke. Many Uses for Palmyra Palm. Cruel Enlightenment. shall be the last great war must learn Learning to take n Joke Is much like The Quarrel. There are said to he ulout SOO uses He "You seem to think I couldn't how to live and work together, even learning to take medicine; It can be make nny woman hutpy." She "Oh, Where one will not, two cannot quar for the palmyra palm, which crows as we desire alt nations to do. done, but It la not pleasant. rel. inrougnout tropical India. yci, there It one; jour widow." Preventive Duty. Today women are rising to a con reptlon more than personal, are see. :ng through world eyes, realizing that their duty la not remedial only, but also preventive. In the kind of effort which has been called "preparedness against the rebarbsrlzatlon of the HI world." No true woman can be content to live on the surface In these fateful IS days, days that are In decide perhaps for generations whether war or law shall govern the world. She will throw nil her Influence to ward thn realization of world unity, a league of nations that shall Insure he peace of the world. 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 $37.04 National Security League Would Revolutionize Civic- Education. Impressed by a surprising lack of Individual responsibility In the govern, ment among cttltens In all parti of the country, which has been startllngly camdemonstrated by the nation-widpaign of Patriotism Through Education which It Is conducting, the National Security League Is taking steps which It hopes will ultimately lead to the revolutionizing and vitalizing of the entire civic teaching In the schools of the United States. This question was ono of the principal matters considered at the recent conference of educators held under the auspices of the League at tho liar Association In New York recently. Carrying out the concensus of opinion of the leading thinkers of the country who attended this conference, the Security league has laid before the principal educational Institutions of the country a plan for the creation of a National Civic Education Faculty for the consideration of this problem. The League'a Idea Is embodied In the following letter, which has been sent by It to the heads of the principal universities and colleges of the country, educational foundations and state edu-- ' cation departments: "In response to an Invitation Issued by the National Security League, delegates from eighteen Important colleges, universities and other educational foundations recently met at thn Association of the Bar In New York City. The meeting was called by the League because three years of experience have convinced us that a work of vital lmportanco can be done for America and for the causa of free government everywhere If the great educational forces of the nation can be brought to bear upon certain definite problems which can be evolved only by national and International thinking. System Hat Failed. "Our educators have been Intent upon local or upon strictly technical problems of education. No considerable body of them has been charged with the duty of thinking upon thn educational problems which are distinctly national or upon those, every day more apparent, which may be called International. Our decentralized system, admirable In many regards, has failed seriously to attack the greatest side of public education, the relation of tho Individual to tho nation, and to tho nations. "After a discussion of various aspects of the problem how to preserve our decentralized system of education nnd yet face these questions, the delegate by unanimous consent Instructed the officers of the National Security League to request certain of our great colleges and universities to consider the question of delegating for a year. with full salary, one of their ablest professors to join with those from other Institutions In a systematic study n this problem. There Is a pressing need for this work, and It merits the best efforts of all Institutions established to foster education for a free people. "It waa also the unanimous opinion of the delegates that the problem of Interpreting the meaning of the war to the American people Is one demanding the constant labor of able leaders of thought and one In which all educational Institutions are vitally Interested. These two lines of activity seemed to the members of the conference ample Justification for requeatlng tho donation of Intellectual leadership from tho great educational establishments of our country. The problems of the war are great, but the problems of tho coming days of peace will be m less so, and tbe educators of the country should form their plan of campaign with the least possible deHy. "Public 8ervlce." "Thla Is a public service so great and so Important as to require the whole time and attention of a body of our ablest educators, and we ask you to do your part. We should be glad to la any way, our sole aim being tho accomplishment of the work." has undertaken the responsibility of providing diversion for the men in the vicinity of the camps. In carrying this out, Mr. Wlllys'a will conduct entertainments of various kinds In the churches and halls of the towns In and near which the camps are located. Theso will Include vaudeville and moving picture shows, vocal and band concerts, etc. It waa brought out at the Washington conference, however, that In England, where these recreation facilities about the training camps were given a great deal of attention, that tbe men demanded serious diversion aa well as tbe lighter forms of entertainment Assuming that the ezporlence would be similar at our training ramps, It waa decided that there, could be do better method of providing this than through speeches to Inform the men on why they are asked to rlak their lives. , 1,000 Speakers. Henry L. West, executive secretary! of the National Security League, who waa present at ths conference, de-- J clared that this work was exactly In line with the campaign of Patriotism! Through Education which the League) Is promoting throughout the country i by meant of patrlotlo meetings ad-- 1 dressed by volunteer speakers of training and ability. Ha stated that these volunteers sow number nearly 1,000 and offered Mr. WUlyi the as sistance ot the entire organization of tbe League for this work. Arrangements were Immediately entered Into for tali Sutton and Beasley of Garrard county: A. B. Brown, Jr., & Garrard county $36. E. L. E. W. Barker, Garrard County. $39.60 E. G. Sewell, of Boyle County $39.79. Tanner and League, Lincoln County. $30.71 Christman Bros., of Boyle county Morris Dean of Boyle county WAREHOUSE $36 $37 PEOPLES TOBACCO COMPANY I. M. Dunn, President. Danville, Kentucky. TOBACCO TO THE WHAT VICTORY MEANS IS (Contributed by A (INKS ItElTLIKlI to the National Security league's campaign of Patriotism Through Ed ucallon.) IS It would be well It every American ' oulj dlspossons hit mind of two popIS ular and'p'oaslng fallacies. First, that ha United Statee took up urmt as a HI knight errant to right the wrongs of France and llelgium. Second, that our IS Impressive entrance Into tho war must Inevitably, and of Itself, decide the Issue. We are llghdug at a free people fur our own safely, and wo must fight hard and well, or surfer a shameful defeat (lerniany denied us tho eu uecause she thought wo would accept our fata from her hands. Sho permits uumclf now u profound contempt for our army. Untrained men with defec- IS tive ammunition uro about as terrlblu In her eyes aa prairie doga would bo In ours. Slio boasts happily that we IS will pay her the Indemnity which U essential for her reconstruction. IS Meanwhile, to make sure of our In downfall, lie plots treasonably every state of the Union. I'erbaps, If IS she wlna the day, she will rocompento such iucu a Senators Stone and La Kollette, and Mayor Thompson o( Chi- IS cago. More likely the will fling them Hut loyal Ameri- IS on the scrap-heap- . cana may well understand that unlesi this nation puts forth all Its strength, without reserve, without fatigue, with-u- IS ; unions w crush tht traitors at home, and defeat tho enemy IS abroad, a bitter future awaits us. At best, we shall bo humiliated, impoverished, and crippled In our foreign IS trade for many years to come. At worst, we shall see In our land the biasing homes, Ibe ravished women, the butchered children, the unutterable name and horror which ma-- k the wake of a German army of Invasion. n Lancaster Tobacco Warehouse 8 STANFORD STREET. C. A. SPEITH COMPANY, MGRS. We Pay the Highest Market Price and Unload the Same Day. No Commission Charged. Phone 308. BRANCH HOUSE AT MORELAND AND is is I PAINT LICK, KY. i The Central Record, Thursday, Jan 31 1918. The Central Record incorporated, bsued Weekly. $1.00 CHRISTIAN CHURCH NOTES. BUY WAR SAVINGS STAMPS at- THE PRESIDENT'S CHRISTMAS CAKE. - J. E. ROBINSON. R.L ELKIN. Local Editor nml latertdai Iris foil oracu In as Second Class Mall Matter. a year. Editor. MiJr. Kj Member Kentucky and Press Association Eighth District Publishers League. Lancaster, Ky., January 31, 1918 Rates For Political Announcements For Precinct and Citv OtIi:es ...$ 5.00 10.00 "or County Offices tor State and District Offices.... 15.00 10 For Calls, per line 10 For Cards, per line For all publications in the interest of Individuals or expression of individual views, per lin STANLEY Another IIERRON Lancaster Boy "Over There". nbltuaries. per line In a very timely and appropriate 10 05 let ter published by the Courier Journal ftom the pen of one of the greatest ministers of the gospel of our country, Dr. Powell encourages a spirit of op- tomism whereby we may see the good that is to result from the continued severe weather that has tried the met tle of the bravest. He reminds us that the snows have so far saved the wheat crop on which so much depends and on the firing line it has detered the great German drives that they expected to make before the American army was prepared and could take a part in the Willi this in defense of the Allies. rrind the people can bear their part of the little inconvenience without a mur mur. Cultivated Hemp Seed for sale. Hudson, Hughes nnd Fariiau NATIONAL FATHER AND SON WEEK, FEB. II TO 17. Father and Son Week, a national movement tor the purpose of making fathers and sons better acquainted. will be observed throughout the coun try, under the direction of the V. M C. A. This movement has spread rapidly during the last few cars. Lan' caster is asked this year to observe the Father and Son Week. District Secretary O. SI. Adams, of the State Y. M. C. A. was in town a few days ago, long enough tn get the movement on foot by appointing a live committee. Mr. Adolph Joseph. Chairman. Dr. W. A. Wheeler, and Mr. G. White Seed Oats lierniinatioii B. Swinebroad. This committee, with 100 per cent. Hudson, Hufihes &. chairman, has taken Mr. Joseph as steps to get up a program that will in- Fnrnau. terest both fathers and sons. With the aid of the ministers of the town an inWHICH ONE teresting program is promised later. An advertisement In a rural New England weekly read as follows: BRYANTSVILLE "Wanted, a steady, respectable young Mr. N. 1!. Cheatham remains in quite man to look after a garden and care a critical condition. for a cow who has a good voice and is Mr. Welch Farley of Lexington spent accustomed to sing in the choir. the week end here with friends. Mr. Parker of Wilmore came over NOTICE Sunday with Rev. G. S. Conant. All unpaid accounts due the firm of Mr. D. M. Montgomery has been conDenny & Wheeler will on February 1st fined to his room for several days. Mr. Jack Benge of Camp Shelby, be placed in the hands of an attorney Miss, has been (pending several days for collection. Please settle your ac count before that time. at home. Denny & Wheeler. Mrs. W. L: Glass and daughter, Mary Lee, left Sunday for a several weeks HARTLEY stay in Florida. Mrs. G. H. Ross entertained a numMrs Lucy Miller Bartley, of Lincoln ber of friends and relatives at un ele- died at u Louisville hospital Tuesday gant dinner Saturday. night after a short illness of pneumonMr, and Mrs. Owen Moreland left ia. Mrs Bartley was a daughter of Mr Monday for a stay of ten days with his George W. (livens and was well and father, in Brookhaven, Miss. popular known in this city where she Cremo Dairy Feed will muke has often visited. The remains were brought to Stan your cow give more milk. ford Wednesday and the burial will Hudson, Hughes &. Farnaii. take place at two o'clock this afternoon Mr. II. W. McAfee was in Lexington and attended the banquet given by the MAYS. Oil men of Central Kentucky at the Phoenix Hotel. Dr. Nelson Mays, one of the oldest Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hampton of physicians of the state, passed away at Idaho and Mrs. Ed Million and children the home of his daughter, Mrs. Kllen of Madison Co, have been visiting Miss- Mays Wilson in Richmond, on tho 23rd, es Mattie and Rebecca Hampton. Mrs. of January, ar.d was buried in the Lan Million expects to leave soon to make caster cemetery on Friday the 25th. her home in Brookville Miss. Dr. Mays was born in Little HickThe many friends hers of Miss Jose- man. Jessamine County, Ky, in IKIt ph ine Moss, of Jessamine, were very and here he grew to young manhood. much surprised to hear of her marriage After attending and graduating at the to Lieut. Francis Denman In Cincinnati Louuville College of Medicine he atThursday, The bride is u niece of Mrs tended the lectures at the Bellevue It. K. Swope, and is an exceeding pret- Hospital In New York and then settled ty and popular girl. Lieut. Denman in Lancaster to practice his chosen was formerly of Nicholasvillt but is profession. Here on March 21st, 187G, now stationed at Davlon Ohio. lie married Mrs, Naria Bradley Wool-forMiss Anna Wilbur Parks, the daughsister of the late Senator Wr O. ter of Mr. and Mrs. Clay IMrks, has Bradlev and widow of Gen. Woolford the distinction of being the youngest and to this union were born four chilmember of the Ked Cross here who has dren, three of whom with his estimable knitted a sweater for the chapter. Miss wife survive him. Mrs, Kllen Mays Parks is only ten years of age and the Wilson, William Mays, and Robert work was beautifully done. Miss May Mays, the youngest child John dying Montgomery has knitted more than any In intancy. Di. Maya was long identified with the other member, having man It sweaters and 6 psir of wristlets. Miss Bessie people of this community and possessed a teacher In the Caldwell who is their confidence as no one else but a High School Is second in the good physician can do. There wero done fur the local many here to whom he had ministered amount of work chapter. She having made 10 sweaters who remember him tenderly and who fallowed his remains to the grave. and one pair of wristlets. from the War Depart ment a few days ago brought the an' nouncement to Mr. and Mrs. Luther Ilerron of this city that their son. Stanley Ilerron was in France, well and happy. This was quite a surprise to the fanv lly ns well as the friends of young Her ron, for none of them knew that he was. to be sent "somewhere in France" so earlv. Mr. and Mrs. Ilerron have Their three sons now in the service. oldest son, Sam, enlisted several years ago and is now stationed in the 1'hilli pines. Sterling is in a Southern Can' tonment and expects and is anxious to go to the front in a few months. A letter from Stanley to his parents, states that he is In the best of health and made the trip across without an accident, all of which he says was a great experience and one that he would not have missed for the world. The letter was dated December 25th, and in it he said that he was billed for big Christmas dinner on that day. He is with the Sanitary Detachment of tho lClh. U. S. Infantry, and says he likes his Job better every day. In peaking of his visit to the Old Cathe dral n London, he says: 'Today I vis ited the Old Cathedral in London. It was a wonder. 1 saw things that I had never dreamed of seeing or that no one could imagine, nothing but cripples in every city. The people in the United States do not realize what this waris." Stanley lierron has manv friends here vho will watch his military career with much interest and admiration and feel that he will do honor to his country as a soldier and Ik n credit to his family, who love him so dearly. A telegram The church services were well tended last Sunday, which was very encouraging In face of the severe weather. We find thatourllible School attendance which was IBS, comparts favorable with our surrounding schools of much larger enrollment. The Service Flag was presented by Mrs. W. A. Price's class and every soul was stirred with n sense of pride because the stars represented the patriot- Ism nit I sacrifice of voung men who had attended church and Sunday School at the Christian church. It was with a deep feeling of sadness that one golden star was placed on the Hag, ami as it was placed there we were innde to feel more than ever before that we are at war with Germany. Every one seemed to appreciate the special program in the Bible School service, hence, we are going to us the same form of service thruout the month. The Union services are to be held in our church Sunday evening with Brother Hudson preaching and we take this opportunity to welcome the members of the community and our sister churches. Your pastor will have for his subject Sunday morning, "Kvery Member Participation In The Program of Jesus". Special music will add much to Sundays services. The Bible School hour is 9:15 a. m anj every member of the church is urged to be present. YiOf minister regrets to notice that many of the S. S, pupils fail to suprl This is a very the morning worship lamentable condition. LEWIS BALL The above is a Ball, son of Mr John Ball of this coun ty, mention of his being in France in an issue of the Record tevcral weeks ago. Anyone can look at "Luke" and know that he will make good anywhere you put him and wo are banking on him getting the scalp of one of those Germans before his safe return to the United States. 'Luke" was an office "deil" with the Record lor a number of yean and helped us out of several hard places, which we shall always remember with a degree of pleasure. good likeness of Lewis WHERE WILL THE END COME? At the end of 1910 Germany realized that she was weakening. Something desparate had to be dune. Hardly had sub 1917 dawned, when unrestricted It was marine warfare was declared thought that in GO days England would be starved brought to her knees. But England, the instead of eliminating Central Powers added the United States to their list of enemies. When the full forco of America's resources and fighting power is brought home, to Germany she will Jealize that her sub marine warf Bre was the most colossal blunder in all military history. At present, Roulers, which is 12 miles from Ypres and 67 miles from Waterloo is the "solar plexus" of German control over the seacoast of Belgium, lly next summer It aeeins certain that artillery Hnd infantry pressure will beat down German resistance in this sector. With the fall of Roulers will come a vast Teutonic retreat, the suirender of e, the submarine bases at (Mend and the beginning of the collapse of German power In Belgium. As the battle line struggles forward from day to day it is interesting to knew why the Allies manoeuvre for o-itlons south of Dixinude, why they light so bitterly around Lens and pie- pare su craftily to dilve east on Lille, and north on Rheims. It is to sweep the Germans out of Belgium! Once out of Belgium, Germany's cause is us lost as a penny at the ocean's bottom. And no one knows this better than the Kaiser. But the war will end and endquickly, when Germany is compelled to vacate the Lorraine and the Metz Valley. Germany's greatest suurce of iron is the mines of lrralne. Without these mines she would not have sufficient iron Her supply of sheila for her needs. would commence to dwindle, her railroads go to pieces so that transportation would fall, her guns would soon wear out and could not be replaced. By act of Congress, approved Sep tember 24, 1917, the Secretary of the Treasurer is authorised to Issue not t exceed Two Billion Dollars, worth of s Certificates. It Is expect ed that the peonle of the United States will purchase that amount during the year 1918. Garrard County's apportion inent Is Two Hundred ami Eighty-Seve- n Thousand Dollars. This is a big under taking but Gnrrard County can do lilg things; she has been doing big things, and will not fall in this. s A certificate Is issued without cost, to the purchaser of one or more Stamps. Each certificate contains space for twenty Stamps and folds to s size of 3JxS Inches During January 1918, price of the Stamps is each and for each succeeding 1 cent per month is month of the year added to the price. When one or more Stamps series 1918, are affixed thereto s Certificate becomes nn a obligation of the United States Govern ent, with a maturity vaiUe of (5. on Jan 1st 1923, for each of such stamps The average issue price of these stamps lor the year 1918 plus four per cent in terest per annum, compounded quarter ly, will amount to $5. un Jan 1st, 192:1. Thrift Stamps have a fncu value ot twenty-fiv- e cents each and are placed on Thrift Card, having spaces for 111 Thrift Stamps. When filled, the holder may exchange the card on or before s Dec. 31. 1918, fora Stamp by paying the difference between ft. ami the current issue price- of the Stamp, which will be 12 cents in January 1918 and 1 cent additional for each succeeding month in that year. No additional charge is made tor n Thritt Card. Certificates may be redeemed prior to maturity upon surrender at any money order post office, 10 days after such post office has received from the owner, a written demand for payment. The redemption s Stamp affixed value of a s Certificate is $4.12 to n during Junuarv 1918. One cent is added to this redemption value in each succeeding month up to Dec. I. 1923, $5.00 will be payable for each s Stamp affixed to Certificate- Stamps Tho Sccuiity of and Thrift Stamps Is just the the same as Liberty Bonds, Currency or any They other Government obligation. are backed by the richest nation on earth and the combined wealth of all its people. and Thrift Stamps are now on sale at all Post Offices, Agent Banks and all authorized agents appointed by the Secretary of the Treasury. The government expects every patriotic Itank, Store, Shop anil other establishment coming into constant contact with the public to qualify as agent of the Treasury Department for the sale of these stamps. I hope, within the next week or ten days, tc secure the appointment of every merchant, in Garrard county ns Those who such authorized agent. agree to serve will be placed on an Honor Roll, and this Roll will be published weekly in the Central Itecuid during the year 1918. I have appointed the following advisory committee; W, F. Champ. S. C. Denny, J. W. Elmore, Lancaster; It. G. Woods, Paint Lick, nnd J. C. WilAny one wishliams of Bryantsville, ing advice relative to purchase of these stamps are urged to call on any of them. I appeal to all achocls, clubs, lodges. churches, Sunday Schuols, and other organizations to organize themselves s Societies. A Society J into msy be organized by any group of ten or more lKiraons. and upon proper ap-- 1 plication a certificate of affiliation with Committee the National j will bo issued. I urge the of every pa triotic man, wumun and child in Gar' rard County. 11. V. BASTIN, Chairman Garrard County War Savings Com. BETTY LYI.K WILSON. This cake has appeared upon the Christmas tables of three Presidents, I am not a professional catI have called it "The President's Fruit Cake." The Presierer, but through circumstances I have been forced into business. dent's cake came about in this w.iy; Some jears ogo a friend from my home city was a guest at the White House. She happened to mention to Mrs. my reputed prowess as a cake maker, and upon her return, by way of proving the reputation she had given me. sent a sample of my hand work to I the President's wife. A very cordial letter came bark, and made other cakes, for Mrs. McKinley. Later I supplied Mr. Roosevelt with several Christmas cakes, ami this Christmas Cake recipe was the basis of a cake which was served to President Taft of these White Through the small fnrne which came to me as House cakes I have lieen led to tilling many orders; Senators, Cabinet officers. Judges and Governors have asked me to nuke cakes for them, and I have always complied. Last Christmas I sent one in Govern r Hughes, of New Yoik, and another to the Governor of Missouri, and many of my cakes have gone abroad. Incidentally Ihev have brought mu in quite a little income, and niany other women .night find it worth their while to study the art of cake nuking and decorating. It is an art, however, that requires much study and exticrl-men- t. The cake Is made as follows: 1 pound of butter. 1 pound of sugar, 1 pound cf Hour browned and silted, 12 eggs beaten ripnrately, 6 pounds of seeded raisins, 1( ound of shredded citron perl, 1 glass of grape jells, 2 ound of cryof melted chocolate, I ound of crystallite cherries, 1 stallized diced pineapple, 1 pound of blanched almonds cut fine, 1 twund of shelled pecans cut small. 1 tahleHinful of towdfred cinnamon, 1 scant of grated nutmeg, J tahlesKionful of allspice, 1 scant traxnful of powdered cloves, one glass of urape juice and two teasponnfullof rose water. Soak the almonds over night in the ruse water, and the fruit In the y, grape juice for the same length of time. Cream the butter and sugar n yolks of the ergs, then the spices, grap jslly anil ad I the chocolate. Next add the beaten whites of the eggs ami part of the Hour. Roll the fruit in the rest of the llour, mixing it into the cake in amall quantities at a time. Add the nuts last. Hake or steam tho cake from four to six hours in small or large moulds. If steamed, dry nlf in a slow oven fur one hour. Mrs. Shearer of Red House la with her staler. Mis. Jennie Searcy, who Mrs. I)! W. White is ill with U hss tieen nek fur some time. grippe. While crossing the railruad liridgt, Misses Emma and Ora Estrtdge spont Mrs George Treadway was struck by the train and knocked nil, fulling i.lrte-Irr- n the week-en- d at home Mrs feet In the criek bank. Several from this place attended the Treadway did not hear the firat whiatlv funeral of Dr. May in Lancaster. , of the train ami when she saw it esHsi-in- g Miss Nannie Robinson was a yisitar. she began running in order tn recl in Keren iaturdav night ami Sunday. the nlHittmenl whrr there was roein Miss Lucv Williams, of Richmond. fur her to stand. Failing in that, ) was the guest of her sMtt-r- , Mrs. Hikl crourhed on the edge uf the ties and V illiarns. held, lull the conch step struck kef Mis Maude Led ford, of Iterea. ar.d knocked her olf. She had on ' the guest of her sister. Mrs. W. R. of her hu ! r broken aiitt a scalp Sunday. Conn wound and lit r left si le badly bruised resent time has been Mrs. M. K Ro's who lisx t nn and up to the She his cnhn- - l to t'ir bed the sick list for several da - is a. 1.' toi of tha entire community be out again. li'ipe for tier speedy ricmcry anil r l'AINT LICK wt lt 1 "WPtrfryr TAB RANEY FARM of 172 ACRES 3 miles from Lancaster on Hustonvillc Pike. John S. Bauyliman, Agent. I'lone 1301. P. 0. Boi 35S. DANVILLE, KY. a j f! fl 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, jj Citizens National Bank OF LANCASTER, KY. It. F. IILDSON. Presllent. W. O. P.ir.NEY. J. J. WALKER, Vice Preat. Jot:J. WauieiI, Jr.. W. F. CHAMP, I ashler. ON ROLL OF HONOR. Ass'tCoah'r m D'aw II Check : f 8 Ql 1111(1 mi uiu inuiiry yuu note how much more respectfully your creditors regard you, They like to do business with a man who has nn nccnunt ut the HINT AT BIG DYNAMITE PLOT. Garrard Bank & Trost Co. Federal officials believe that in the arrest of an Italian girl conveying Ilftv pounds of dynamite from Yonngstown, Ohio, to some one in Chicsgo they luive uncovered u country wide Nihilist plot, backed by German money and Inlluence. Rumors were current in the Federal Building that Linda Jose, sixteen, hag confessed her connection with a band She la confined In the of anarchists. Waukegan, Lake County Jail under bond of 12000. At tno same time It was reported from Youugstown, where the girl lives, that dynamite caps, hidden under railroad tracks at Girard, near there, exploded. Two children were seriously Injured. The Youngstown police have evidence they say that the sticks of explosives which the girl carried to Chicago wero taken from n construction camp in the vicinity. They know he is doing business in a busirrss like way. llelter open such tn account even it your aHairs aru not large. They will grow all right. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company RSsseacasiffTCtJ ' IITIXl Ms' li II n il W. 0. RIGNEY. Funeral Lancaster, Director and Embalmer. Kentucky. Ollke Phone 18. Kesidence Phone 33. The Central Record, Thursday, Jan 31, 1918. OLIVER, SYRACUSE. TURNING AND 5 r YOUU FIND HILL SIDE PLOWS. , rmttlM Vulcan Plows, Oliver and Deer Riding Plows, Manure Spreaders, Corn Shelters, Six H P Gas Engine. Deere Corn Planters and Drills, Black Hawk Corn Planters, American and Cambria Fence. Collnrs, Hume?, llreechiiii!. Truce CIiiiIiis, Cnllnr 1'mls. ness. Mnllnlilc Cnst mxl Steel Riimjcs from It will p:i) oil to i our prices nml Hnr- to $75011. Gossip About People f.rl.l Minllon of Goirji lyThii Wt Art !nltrtlled A IKc Mrs, W. W. Hays or Stanford spent Saturday with Mrs. James A. lleazley. SONGS OF THE RED Miss Allle Arnold left last night to resume her duties in the I) und I). College at Morgantown. N. C. Mrs. Lettle Ware left Veslerdsy to visit her relatives in Clarksvlllo Temi., Mrs, It. E. Mcltolwrts aecomp-inleh- -r as far as liuisvllle. SUItGICAL DUE.-S1M- .. Interminable folds of guaze For those whom we shall never see. Remember when your fingers pause. That every drop of blood to stain This whiteness, falls for vou Biid me. I'art of the price that keeps us free To serve our own, that keeps us clean From shame that other women know. Oh saviors wo have never seen. Forgive us that we are so slow! God if that Mo i l should cry in vain And we have let our moment go! -- Amelia Josephine Ilurr in Southern Woman's Magazine. IT IN THIS C0LU1IN. CROSS WORKERS, WANIED-GohIco- w. (j. M. Lyons j Comings snJ In. l.snesster, Ky, FOll SALE: Tonni of good work mules, wu-'- j i an set of harness. Warn Cotton. All pe tons having rlaims against the J. R. MOUNT & CO. The O Deal House. 31 ICZ3C DC 31 IE xchan If you huvc 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 Several Good Used Cars at Very Low Prices. We also operate a first class rcpeir shop and do Storuge Battery work. Mi- Mrs Victor I.esr Is reportel ill of Mari'jret Cook, of l.inenster. was lh giiet of Miss I'nrter Hudson pneumonia. for thi Wetk-eami attended the Mr Hanks Hudson of Danville was in dsnee Friday evening. Danville Mestown Monday. senger. Mr. John .V. Farra spent the week Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Kills, of Wilend in Louisville. son, N C arrived in the city yeslerdav Mrs Rons Uastin is ipiite ill at her imdarethf pleasant guests of Mrs. home on Hill Court. Kills' parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. u visitor In Kavnnaugh. Mr. Joe liurnside was Nlcholasvlllo Sunday. .1. M. Craig, who bought a half inMiss Tommie Francis was in Danterest in the Dave Thompson farm ville shopping Friday, near Lancaster, will move to the farm early spring. Mr. Craig Is one Mr. S. G. llaoelden rnsde a business in the of our best and must progressive cititrip to Cincinnati last week. zens, and we shall regret to In.e him Mr. Will Rice Anion of State College from our number. - Mt Vernon Signal. with bis parents spent the week-enThe announcement has been received Mr Geo. go Ilrown wan in Danville hrre of the marriage of Mrs. Hozella Friday in the interest of his tobacco. (iullev Dunn to Mr. Sam Goldenburg, j -, 'Miss Howie Itay guilders of Cotton the marriage taking place at ItuisvillJanuary ICtli. They are now living In burg i viiting Mrs. Roy Schooler Memphis Tenn, where Mr. (ioldenburg I Mr. Alexander Robinson has gone to is in the mercantile business. Her Danville where he will enter Centre friends here wish for them much happiness. College. estate of Geo. Davis deceased will present same at once, properly proven, to me or my attorney, II, C. Kauflman. Ii. C, lloian, Ex. It. Km ill 26 acre farm productive and lies well. Three room rmx hoiiH.-- , h e half mile of Hubble. I'rice I7u .in acre. Terms reasonable. Ituller Suttun. good FOR SALE:-T- wo good runabouts, condition, each equipped Willi "one minute" dnnountahlo wheels, six lo a ear. Pric $225 and $2."i0, no Dr. H. C. Hose. less. Ilryantsville, Ky. The local chapter of the lied Cross is well uttended tho there is room for FOH SALE:- - One hundred ami twenty-fmany more to help in the worlc. Twen ive tons of good quality corn silage. were present Friday morning Good shelter and attention, will feed and in the afternoon there were forty- - as directed. Hnrtwell Shanks, three. Three lwxes were shipped It Lincoln Nati'iuul Hank, which contained 15 hospital shirts, 280 Stanford, Ky. gauze compresses, G sweaters, 0 patrs of socks, and 1 1 pairs of wristlets. TOP. SALE. Satisfaction Guaranteed. j Mrs. Jennie Frye of New York visiting her sister, Mrs. Elizabeth Joseph. The Danville fSosck Oo I.. I) CONN. Proprietor Messrs Fisher Herring nnd Charlie Anderson were in Danville Tuesday I business. I Mrs. II. F. alter and daughter. .Miss Kathleen, were in Danville alio; Iplng, Friday. Mr Prank Robinson of Danville was town Monday, looking after the mule mhrkct. in 1 otnliiHKHi. Mr. Robert Jr., is in Lexington visiting his sister, Mrs, Alfred i!r. nt. Walnut Street. Danville, Kentucky. j! il II ICZ3CZJCZZ! II IE y0iiiiD"Diincii-- . -, ntsawssnfire!i ij b- - mr Don't Buy a Wagon Until You Have Seen the Columbus llefore yon decide on any wagon, examine llio Columbus. Strongly built of the but (sib'e mat .ul tha Columbus wagon give the most satisfactory service 'or the log-- t rriod of years. There m no secret in tlio notedly long lili of tlio Coli. minis wagon. It it l.i. result of the nitlhods cinluvftl in constni:ti on. There is no wood in this wagon whicji baa not txvn air-driunder shelter from one to, two years. Tlio a vie ami ties okM of the vi heels are hickory; the bounds, bolsters anil aaujboard are oak, uuj the bottom of the box is straight grained ft.iwleaj ,'itin. Thefse. aio just a few examples of the cart, which Ij taken to make II.... wavm as (c.'iatilc as ixnuldc. The result is that tho Columbus wagei i.i.V.itb'n in relisbiliiv ami endurance. Come in . il. be. 'c Wno. ami esani'iie it l"f vo'ii--- !' idiased. t. Becker & Ballard. Phone 27. Bryantsville, Ky. "A Norfolk paper hs the fnlloninir: Mrs. IjiIii Julvnson of Ulelimond St., Mrs II. Spindle, Jr., was hosis visiting her nivet, Mrs. Richard tess at la-- r home in Uidgute avenue N'swtawd of Stunterd. yesterday afternoon ut a dridge tea Miss Elisabeth Scott, one of the most given in ramrl'menl to Mrs tlichard popular High School teachers wlai has l'age, who has recently come to Nor I been ill for several days is convalescent, folk to reside. The rooms were taste fully arranged with white narcissus und Miss Luc Fraicis, of Faint Lick, h rose lights. Auction bridge was played here ut the bedside of her aunt. Mrs, and there were two tables with prizes ill, for the highest score, ami following the Ann Itobinson who continues quite game a few additional guests were in Mrs Samuel Ci. Ilaseldeii ami son are in for afternoon tea. Mrs Spin visiting in Nichotasviltv the guests of vited die was assisted in iouring tea by Mrs her parents Mr. ami Mrs. Powell Dun ( Harrow, and In addition to the Alan can. guest of honor, Mrs Spindtes guests in11. Mrs. J. Kiunaird entertained at cluded, Mrs Lu lnell Hal. I in, Mrs John a six o'clock dinner Saturday in honor N. b'brell, Jr., Mrs Alsn G. Hurrow, of Mrs. Mack Wilkins, of North Car Mrs E. U. K Wells, Mis T. C. Carring- olina. ton. Mrs George Twohy. .Mrs Samuel Mrs. C I. Morgun ami little daugh McGann, Mrs Creighton Hurgess, Mrs ters. Katherine ami Ruby, spent the J. h. Heath, Jr.. Mrs E. F. Ferguson week end in Itirhmoml with Mrs. M Mrs J. C. Dabney, Mrs It. E. Daugh ton, Mrs J. It. Coupland, Jr., and Miss Wides. liura Dodsou." Mrs and Mrs. Maurice Ashley have return. d to their home in Lexington Produce Finer Li.-e- n Vrn. after a visit to Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Cslng n rhemlcul process, a Mom-oSanford. engineer claims to lime produced a Mrs llascom Osborne left Monday liner linfn ynrn thnn the finest spun, ut ion oust. afternoon for the bedside of her husband who is ill of pneumonia at Camp Shelby. Miss. True Affection. A youngster, fond of visiting mu Mrs. Anna Itailey returned to her senilis und very affectionate, startled home near Stanford after i delightful his mother by remarking If sho died visit tu Mm. J. C. Itobinson and Mrs, bo would Muir her bo that ho could sit It. K. Henry. In Iter hip ull the time. j Miss Mary I. vim fox, formerly of Pltv Html Lancaster, but who now resides in Lin Don't lough nt the pale, emaciated colli county, will leae thi- - week for i fellow who fuijs "Good morning" to you Into In the nfteruonn, cautions months stay in Oklahoma I several the Moberly Index. The ilinp may Mrs. Elizsbeth Joieph and .inter. lt n uiirkpr nn fi tnnrtiln nonumiui. Mrs. Jennie Frve left Tuesday for and may have Just "got up." Kiinas Chattanooga Term., to visit Mrs. Jos iii3' i uucs. eph's daughter. Mrs. Charlie Davis. i The Reil Thing. Mrs. Nina Cottrell Askios and pretty It makes n fellow step higher .U r. little daughter, have returned to I.e.x Hum- - big iiiiiu Miys of lilm: "lie Is ington, after an extended isit with her the Fnmrtevt imin In Ibis town'" inn parents, Mr, and Mrs. M. A. Cottrell, ttint Is iiittlitne lie llie kIiI,. itf leivln' n llltlo chap snuggle up to Jour side nml Mr. It. L. Klkin has returned from whimper wiilly, "I Hue ou. inure n Atlanta, where he spent several days giKnl to me I" Fiirin Life. with Di. und Mrs. W. S. Elkin and Mrs. Itohert Elkin who is spending the To Renew Linoleum. winter there. When linoleum becomes worn, pnlMi In asking; that the Central Keoord be It with prepared liquid wax. Dampen sent to him, Mr. f.ivens Terrill writes nil old piece of nnnleii underwear with ii tablesixiontul ot tho wax and rub us Unit ho is now pleasintiy located at tlio lluolenm with It ns If you were Newport News, Va., und likes his job .crabbing the floor. Polish Willi u dry with the Government Ship Ituildiug woolen cloth until It shines. This re Company of that city, and adds that it li"-tho faded colons. After tho first is some city. out of wax, the linoleum may bo pol Mini dully with n waxed .cloth fasten Mr. I'oono Sa.idera recently of the oil to n mop bundle, thus mvlng the Hubblo section, has completed, and is loiisekeeper from scrubbing tlio floors. occupying, his handsome new home on Danville pike. This home is attractive Oriental Ruby, and complete in all Its appointments the oriental ruby consists of nenrly Sanders and his family have and Mr. u'liiiilnn I. rM oxide of aluminum received a warm welcome Into this good I a crystalline form, containing but r neighborhood. tent of oxhlo of Iron and one-ii 'If of 1 per cent of uny other sub Sergsnt II. Clay Hamilton, Jr., who limit'. The specific gravity of this has been In tho service for the past reelnui stone Is higher than that of four years, stationed at I t. Illlij, uiny other gems, ranging from 3.0 to Tex. and Ft, Douglas, Ttah, but at the .". Aluminum, tho metal, has, when present II in tha 329th. Field Artilcry, ut. u density of 2..V); when forged, of d 7, or only of that of forged Utile Itock, Ark,, has been home on a 'el or u fourth of thut of silver. furlough. He also saw service on the Mexican border, and was in the fa r'.o melting point Is about 1.300 do- ..''vi. l'uhrenhslt. mous raid aftsr Villa, Mr Mack Wilklns of Shelby. N. C. ill of the grip at the honw of Mr and Mrs V. A. Irfar. The Hoard of Trustees of the Univ. rsity of Kentucky take pleasure in unnouncing the election of Mr. Thomas I. Cooper, as Dean ot the College of Agriculture and Director of tho Expel-imeStatioi:. Mr. Cooper has been for a number of vears Director of the Experiment Station and of Extension in the North Dakota Agricultural Col lege. His work there has attracted widespread attention. Sir.ce his election to the iKeution at the University of Kentucky he has been atked to take charge of the seed purchaii:g woik which the Government is planning In Hi r.oiv duties prethe Northwest. vent him from entering upon this important stfvice. He will assume hie ollice at the University in Janutry. I have twenty good, well broke mules The Ilryantsvllle Red Cros. workers have distributed yarn mining all the four to seven vears old, ranging in price from J1J0 to J250. g people nnd sweaters and Bocks are W. H. Hurton. knit while the weather continues too bad to meet for other sewing. LOANS" This same condition exists at I'aint 'ARMS. Lick nnd all sections of the county but Unlimited amount of money to loan 'the knitting is essential r.nd the articles cn good fartnt. Can be I aid off any will Ik? welcomed when turned in. time. No Inffn fee charged. Ask about this NEW plan. THE END OF A l'EHFECT KOW. D. A. THOMAS. This short poem about the trials and Ileul E'tale lnsurai.ee. jovs of knitters written by a Wellesley college girl will appeal to ull who knit. SALESMAN WANTED It Is patterned after "The End of a Perfect Day" and is called "The End Lubricating oil, grease, specialties. of a Perfect Uow". Commispaint. Part 0' whole time. Whn you come to the end of u perfect si. in basis until ability is established. Man with rig preferred. row. ItlVhltSlDE P.EFINING CO.. And you sit alone with your wool. Cleveland. Ohio. And your Ixmoih hsaves with n rhythm lt-slow. For the joy that you've followed the A REMINDER. rule. Having betn advised that tl.eie ui.l Do vou think what the end of a perfect be h further advance in automobiles row between Marc.i und April first. We will Can mean to a tired lit art. Place When you've dropped each stitch, since give you this as a reminder. your orders now und avoid the advance. you've learned to purl Very truly ours. And you lost three more at the start? It. M. ARNOLD. Well this is the end of a perfect row. And the end of a sweater, too. Though it's for a man that is big and WORKfHULES FOR SALE. strong. We have 3d good work mults for sale It will be pretty tight, 'tis true, years old, all mares exHut toiling has strengthened this per three and four cept four. Will soil single or In pairs. feet row, teams Some extra good, A nice piece of the knitter's art. of mu.e mules ready for tho plow, ull And 'twill stand at the end, still strong broken. J. E. Robinson. and firm, Lancaster. Ky. When the whole thing comes apart. Of Garrard Circuit Court. PIlTs. James Temple's Adilir. , et al. TankiijJ'j, ttie best fetil for grow- vs ing liotis. Hudson, liuflliesSt Farnnu Alice Temple, et al, Defts. By order of the Garrard Circuit court in the uhove case I am ordered to loan EGGSACTLY. the fund in my hands as Commissioner amounting to about $575.00. Approved Little eggs, you've gone so far secuilty will be required. That I wonder what ycu are; W. II. Hrown. M. C. G. C. C. l ately when 1 heard of you. thirty-twj- ; You had jest reached Now the eggman eavs to me You have soared to sixty-(lire- Tell me have vou reached the top? Aintchanevcrgonnastop? LIVE STOCK AT BARGAINS. Jury money ready. J. J. Walker. Trustee. MONEY TO LOAN FOR SALE 3C RED BLOOD AMERICANISM Two coming two year old mare mules Cotton Sectl Menl is the best feed good ones; year-olFor sale liy Hudson, and dandy 1 coming 2 two horse colts; three year old &. Farnnu. Hughes well broke stud colt; 1 eight year old mare in foal to Jack, good worker and for entile. Drive Turkeys to f.terhet. of Text's turkeys are ilrlu lo m.irkel. In one flock r MXi tuikejs wns driven 1.1 il miles in ri i days. Twice n year n train called th,. -- turkey special" li'i.vea Tenn. Carloads of ttirucjs uie win. to Mnrrlstown from the mu rounding country, und these lie nsn.it up Into one train nnd d In New Veil., lliuh cur cnutulns about 1,200 birds and u ,ium Is sent to cure for thorn. Ill spite of ull luwklhlo speed nml care, however, tho birds ure said to lose iiliuit 12 pr cent of their weight in slilpiueul. In spiiw. scetltti IS COMING TO THE FRONT ItiK'nt now this Country is calling for men of stout hearts and sound bodies. It need them to keep Old (itorv triumphant ami unsullied in the sir. Die exigency now confronting us emphasize, us nothing else rould do, the imMirtarce of good health, both at an individual and national asset. It Kives point-t- the suggestion, often emanating from this ullice, that everybody should Kuard their health tu a priceless When you llnd yourself running djwn und not exactly keyed up to I lie fighting pitch, us is the case with everybody at times. You ought to come to Nature's relief and tako a course of COM-pEL-SA- driver; 6 sows to farrow in March; ft shoats weight about 100 pounds each; 1 good boar; 2 good cows, one fresh; 3 bull calves. Will sell worth the money. Tom W. Conn, R. F. 1). No 1. Lancaster. Ky. HEATING. GUTTERING, ROOFING, ROOF RE- FARMS WANTED R jjnarnntettl to tinlisfy you. or nieuey back If you'll do that, you will not experience the discomfiture of bein( sent buck homi for Isck of red blood when you untwer ILctinlly sells at One Dollar tor threee boxes, legally guaranteed for tlio stonach, liver, kidney's, bowls, bladder, blood and Indigestion und headaches, rheumatism and nervousness. SCIENCE SOI'K is best for HUMAN SKIN, only 10c a bar, 3 bars 25c. Try our COWIIOV LINIMENT, for all Tains, bruises, burns, etc. 25c and 60c bottles. lliu call of the colors. STORMES DRUG STORE, Dakoto Jack-Whlte-Mo- Lancaster, Ky. Remedy Co. KY. C 3729 31 West liroadway, LOUISVILLE. ic 3C Farm of 100 to 150 acres, improved. must lay well and be productive at $100 to $150. per acre. rarm of about 100 acres, well Im proved, must be good land in two or three miles of Lancaster, on pike. Will pay as much as $200, per acre for the right farm. Will buy two or three farms worth the money anywhere in this or adjoin ing counties. We are now receiving Inquiries for farms for sale for 1919 possession. If you have a farm you expect tu dispose of this year, lis, now; the earlier the better. If the farm you own is too mall we will sell It and find you a lar ger one. Auction sales solicited. For farms, city property for sale or ex change sonsult the D. A, Thomas Realty Agency. PAIRING, Ventilating and all kinds of Tin Work. Your business appreciated. will 13 PI WILLIAMS The Central Record, Thursday, Jan 31. 1918. WHY WE CALL OUR HOUSE THE HOME - It is HOME It is HOME ' It is. HOME It is HOME It is HOME you like best. where you get best treatment. of the best organization. of the best light. of the high prices. i THERE IS NO PLACE LIKE HOME Come with your next load and make yourself at HOME at the Home Tobacco W'house INCORPORATED. RICHMOND, KY. 9 Mm. J. T. Allen this Mr. und Mrs. Steve Ay.ee and little grandmother. daughter of Madison were guests of week. Mrs. Agee's parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. Mr. and Mrs. Tierce Allen and daugh S. Sebastian, Wednesday and Thursday. ter, Susie, visited Mr. and Mrs. J. T, Miss lieulah Sebastian, daughter of Allen Mr. on J Mrs. S. S. Sebastian, and Mr. Mrs. Maud Itrj ant- visited her par Otis Stotts onlr son of Mr. and Mrs. ents Mr. and Mrs. Chas Crutcher list by Rev. Saturday and Sunday. Andrew Stutts were married S. 0. Callison at his home in Lancaster The Rev. F. T. Bryant tilled his reg Wednesday aftrrnocn, Jan. 23rd. ular appointment at While I.ick Hap. tVillie Calico Messrs James Sebastian, tiet Church last Saturday and Sunday, the home from Cleveland Ohio, for several we-on account of his health, left; Monday for Martinsville, mil., where he hopes to rid himself uf rheumatism, j THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTKR. The Evening Rith .KIM,... VU..UI..M Line-U- p At an 'early hour .Monday morning the warehouse back ot W. II. Higgins. store wns discovered to be on fire. Up-- 1 on investigation it was learned that the Maine had been caused by a live, wire. Very little damage was done. Caprul $50,000. A. It Surplus $30,000. S. C DENNY. Cashier. and Miss Jessie Myrtle labell were It. M. Blackerby has bought of Geo. A lively "chivalri" was J. - (!lU, A. Carpenter his 112 acre farm, on the J. It. HarrK It given the hsppy couple at the home of Crab Orchard pike and adjoining his STANFORD He also farm, paying 19.000 for it. Mr. Sebastian Wednesday evening by Safety Oeposit Boxes For Rent. men of Mrs Luis Johnson, of Lancaster, is bought five acres of land of Mrs. S. E. some of the young ladies and community. We extend our con the guest nf Mrs. It. M. Newland, her Owsley, which adjoins his land, price the WE SOLICIT YOUIt BUSINESS. BROWNSVILLE. TEXAS, Mr. Chaa. being private. gratulations and best wishes to Mr. niece. Bake, wriltai Mr wile would no, think ( and Mrs. Stotts. They are at home Samual V. Cochran, Alex K. Denny, J. II. Posey, ifiof any olbcr cousn mcdidiic. Folty'a Miss Lena and Mary Den Heck are J. E. IWy .1 T.r I. certain to brim quick relief. Dr. It. II. Crossfleld, Tresident of parents on the Wolt , the guests of Mrs. W. I!. Hawkins at with the farm-it'Jl !a r.pedally effective la caiet ol bad couihi. Stormes. S. C. Denny. J. L. GUI. Dr. W, M. Elliott. Directors. Lexington, Transylvania University, aad we live il to our children and recommend Trail. a alway; aa ufe remedy, tor il coataiaa eo j ioruin. delivered a very forcible zermon at the op.atc. Mrs. W. W. Hsys spent Saturday in Christian church here Sundsv morning GUY I Lancaster with James A. lleazley and on "Ihe Divinity of Limit . Monday Stnrnies Drug Store. ' family. morning he went to the Graded School. Mr. M. II. Turner Is quite ill. Miss Irene Crutcher, of Shephenls-vill- e, and delivered an address on "Winning Mr. Jake Foley is on the sick Hit. week-enguest of Miss the War". was the GUNNS OIAPSL. Mr. Willie Beazley has finished his ! Uemster. County Clerk G. II. Coopr spent I tobacco crop. J. W. Williams, who has been qjite Saturday in I.oulsvill with his son. i Master Billie Kurlz bus been ill. Miss Allie Holm was a recent guest ill with pneumonia is thoughtto be James C- - Cooper, who left last Sunday Mr. Frsnk Line! sild u hug to Mr. of Mil Kliznbeth lleuzley, proving, for the Aviation School at Chicago. Silas Matthew ai 10c. of Richmond The latter Mr. Cooper volunteered last Mrs. Elizabeth Simmons Mrs. John liroadus has returned from Mr. W. 1 Long whs n guest Sunday a two vveets visit at Whites Lick, visiting her niece, Mrs. K. M. New- - wek. but had hoped to be tblo to reis anil MomUv of Mr. J. M. Anion, Misses Mary and F.llen Turner Wtfre.! land and family, main at Centre College, Danville for Eu"ie-KtotMi-'was a guest of guests of Miss Allie Ilo.illn last Thura-- 1 Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Shanks have re- - about three months and at that time Misaes 11'inlce und 'Hesie Tenter, day. several would have received his diploma. turned home after ' Monday night Mrs. Charlie Illanks is spending the weeks In Florida. C. C. Mcl'herenn who came here re Mr and Mrs. Cms Grow ami children week with her mother, Mrs. W, S. Mr. and Mrs. Hen Williams, of Nlcli I cently from Lebanon Junction, and acOther seed Is being sold under name. The spent Friitjv with Mr. and Mm. Wal-- ; Scott. relatives' cepted a position in the First National jolasville, have been visiting j ter Grow at Teulersville. Genuine Improved "Standing Up" Burley tobacco seed Charlie Vater has just delivered a here for a few days. Hank, left Tueaday for Livingston, Mr. Uaae Brown nf Boyle county couple of loads of tobacco, prices unI Irs. jM. I). Karlv and B. J. Ilniwn where he accepted the place as cashier raised by B. L. Kelly & Sons, can be procured only spent a part of the piist week here, a known. . and Howard Newland were in Frank- - of the State Hank ill that city. Mr and Is not genuine unless put up In from the guest of Mr. and Mrs. II. M, Kurtz. Mrs. James L. Vanlls lias returned fort the first of the week. made many friends during bis fac-slml- le of their signature as from a two months visit to her sister "v A. il Florence and Hon, W, short sojourn in this city and it is with packages having a Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Stotts, Messrs Mayor at Somerset. much regret that they see him leave j shown bsloiv which trade mark Is now patented and Irfwlj Murphy and Joe Davis were In II. Shsiika were in Richmond this week I The place was made vacant by cashier Mr. and Mrs. Robert Yater are now In the interest of theii oil business. Lancaster Tuesday on legal business. on file lu the orrice at Washington. Any Charlie Thompson reuniting, moving to the place they rented from Davis, Mary Kurtz Misses Myrtle Infringements will be prosecuted. Seed packed from Mis. W. C. Shanks Is visiting her Mr. Guy Davidson. and Christine Davis were guests of daughter. Miss Margaret Shanks ut SamJThurnian, colored was nrrcsted best selected pods, producsd by champion Misses Annie Mae, I.Ida ai d Jean tobacco here Saturday night when be stepped Mrs. John Land and Miss Lenna 1 1 ol Science Hill Academy, Shclbyville. Hrnuilus have been guests of Mr. und olf the train from Lebanon where he growers of Kentucky for the past 25 years. Ion Friday and Saturdav, Mrs, W. R. Hawkins, of Corbin, lias bail been atter whiskey. He had 24 Mrs. Clay Hroadus. A number of young folks were guests returned home after a visit to her par- pints in a basket He was immediately rr Miss Lenna Hollon on Mon-Is- v ents, Mr. and Mrs. Bedell Chancellor. placed in jail by Chief of Police Wood. CARTERS VlLLE. evening, in honor of Miss Bculah Mr. and Mrs. Ephrlam Murphv of He proved that be went after the booze Sebastian, the bride elect. Tucson, Arizona, have returned home for Charlie Hocker, colored, and so Mr. Char, Anglin is very sick. SPECIAL PRICE ON LARGER QUANTITIES. Itev. D. F. Sebantlan, Mr. and Mrs, was also taken oeiore Ihe board Is very sick at Ibis after a visit to Mr, and Mis., George Mocker Mrs. John Land and Miss Lenna llollon were writing. Susie lUnfro of Inquiry and then ordered to 'jail, F. DeBorde. guests of Mr, und Mrs. Thompson where the v wilt remain until after their Miss Amanda Newell, of Somerset, Mrs. S. M. Davis visited Mrs. Jeff Davis and daughter, Sunday. trial and then probably longer. Is the guest of Miss Mary Leo Fox. Davis last Thursday. goes to State Normal at Richmond The Liberty Service League that was Mrs. Dora Davis entertained a num- She organized In this city by Dr. E. J, from here. ber of friends last Sunday, being highly praisWesley Embry. who was appointed Brown and others is Mr. F. F. Robinson visited Mr. and It. F. D, No. I. good will be done by it. Field Secretary in France, has landed ed and much Mrs. J. T. Allen last Sunday. (Trade Mark Patented) to do "over there" safely. He made the The members pledge themselves to win Mrs. Ruth Davis and children visited VkM fctfit 1A ICMMlOUiVlMiOB With at, whatever they can In assisting trip in seventeen days. DOURION POULTRY REMEDY A Mrs. Susie Renfro last Monday. the war: to look after the ones that saa v -. svuw Joe Hackley, who Is with the West- are left at home and protecting the Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Crutcher are reMil iKMIK ern Electric Company and now In Lon- government in any way that they can. joicing over the arrival of a fine boy, Mr. and Mrs. F. L. I'ennington visi- don England, writes to his mother, Mrs Judge Charles A. Hardin was here Frias urn. uia w J, T. Hackley of the recent air raids day evening and delivered an address IVullry bowk ea rlSM ted Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Hoop last Sunthat he witnessed. to a crowded room. The members of day, Mtuei usvii ci, luUfiii, i R. D. No. 1, LANCASTER, KY. William Yager. wl.o has teen a the league meet every Friday night. Miss Susie Itoblnson Is visiting her SOLD BY R. C. McKOBERTS doie of Foley's Honey and Tar at bed time. It warda oft croup, itopi tickling throat, and hacking cougtu, and makes an otherwise feveruh, deep leu night of coughing and diitrcu, a quiet and reitlul one. .! BUUi (lUVU'Upi, Will coughs and coldi, are all the betler for DENNY. Tresident' J. E. STOItMES. Vice Trrs'l. attendants. Ik L .Lj Y their Tobacco Seed. raiser u. s. ratent BEWARE OF IMITATIONS. Price $1.00 Pep Ounce Hens Lay AMAZINGLY sr1 l. Send All Mail Orders To B. L. KELLY & SONS f. The Central Record, Thursday, Jan 31 1918. SELL YOUR TOBACCO WITH TELEPHONE 97. . MADISON TOBACCO INCORPORATED FUSE i CO. I ' 3 S 3rd Street, L. & A. Depot, Richmond, Kentucky. LOOSE LEAF TOBACCO MARKED M PI0NEER LARGEST FLOOR SPACE I I I I I 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. Some of the late Garrard County Crops Sold: Wells anil Smith J.W. Tutmn Floyd Curtis 1170 pounds Averages 3333 Average Average Average Average Average Average 33.71 32.18 2255 pounds 2775 pounds 3705 pounds 2510 pounds 2305 pounds 2580 pounds J. N. Ross 31.32 31.21 Prewitt nnd Mobcrly HrcKkldii imil Garrett 33 08 31.13 Long, nnd King SPLENDID LIGHT A E. C. MILLION, PRESIDENT. T. FREE STALLS J. CURTIS, VICE-PRESIDEN- FIRE INSURANCE W. C. BENNETT. SECRETARY-TREAS. SQUARE DEAL TO ALL. T. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. He Removed the Danger Signal Frank 1W. Fhrmn. IaronU. N. utTrrr! with t0lnr trouMn. had tlrml fellnif In tnjr lurk, dll not v anv ambition And Mt all tlrcsl out. J u?J Folrjr Kldnry I'lll nnd In u few Uya tu Wtttr. nnd now I )Ae nttrIjr my rrcorrrM and haT ha 4 fminful ymptoma. i.o return of One cannot liMp tcomluif nervous nnd trtUtig tlrrd nnd worn out when th MUneya fall In niter nd throw out f the Blrm the poiaonouM wasta mat that cauiM Kidney trouble and tladder Allmvnts. lUckarh Is on of Nature dancer flrnal that th kidney a to cIokkmI up and Inactive. It la often follow! rheumntUm, unnqylnic bladder or urinary dlordrrn. puffy nwvlllnKa un !er the eyca, wulleu ankle and pain Jul joint. Foley Kidney IHU ret right at th rourca of trouble They lnvlroraU the Mdnvye to healthy action and when the kldneya proprrly perform their function the olunnuii wata luattcr la UlwUuUtl Xrura tho ayitecu. writ". tn fI tr tr men totielp keep the machine in order, so the 20.000 air Centers there will be This new a retinue of 60,000 men has o;wned up a method of war-far- e new and attractive avenue for the en youth to try his nerve and show his patriotism ami many are answering the call. Only perfect specimens of manhood are chosen and they must be well educated and quick to It am or they are rejected. This branch of the army has to do individual work and much depend on them. One airman often Is able to do the work of a score of infantrymen, one aviator often putting to rout a hundred of his foes, (ireat things are expected to happen when our 20,000 airships reach France. To put them there and to keep that many in the field is a stupendous job but America, being In, is equal to it. I AWPACTFD 'DON'TS" FOR PUBLIC ROADS LAnUiJiLK WORRIED WfiMAM lYUilAri OVER Alabama Stiff Highway Department Issues Booklet Containing excellent Suggestions. Itrtni test seed com. Itcanbe tested in a NU1 .number of ways, one of the easiest and simplest being the "rag doll" method. Secure sheeting of a good FOOD quality and tear into strip from 8 to ! i STOKMKS DltrC STOKK. U.S. FIGHTERS TAKE OUT Mot of the state now have "good miiiN ilaya" cucli year. AhilMinu, which ha n law I'stiiMMilnn two such days, hiia gone n Hep farther by requiring that the state highway departy ii good ment miit puhlMi rood" day program or Ixuillet, containing the co cmor's proclamation nnd In this puboilier iH'rtlnent mutter. lication fur the current year Is u IKt nf "lon't." nnd while the suggestions were written for good rnaiN ilnjK, umt of them have un everyday miIiii- - that inukeR them worth riwdlng. The list follows: Don't wait for your neighbor to start something, start It yourself. Pon't wait for the county eommls-slnlner- a In hue Hint hole In the road, ubout tho slio of ii water bucket, In front of your gnte, filed. Till It Don't kick uliout the bad rnniN when you are turning witter from natural rhntincls Into the public hlghuiiy. Would you the county ut will to turn w liter on your furniT Don't try to carry, water nnd ImfEc One or the In the sumo pluce. olheriiust seek u new location Alabama In dry. Don't crown a grovel or Kind-claroad high nnd lime little, narrow, deep ditches on the sides. Don't forget thut the good road la a road with n tight roof and a dry cellar. THE MACHINERY OF S4.000.000.000 THE ARMY. This is Jasl Starlet In INSURANCE yourclf. Opinion Of Sec Tills i' a day f many issues nnd when ach one appears the all Impor-tafactor In winning the Woilds Wnr. Wt believe In the importance and appreciate the value of every utt of the to make up tho mechanism that machinery that shall Unlit our battles for us. F.ach issue Is a spoke In that Ureal wheel, each Is as Important as the oiher, and it tales the perfection of every part, if only a small screw, to Hoover hold the great wheel together. says that food will win the war, Daniel saya that it will take the ships, and marines, the army men are calling for troop and hope to wake efficient soldiers out nf their raw mateiial. Gar-fiel- d of is urging the conservation fuel, and llien there is the great army of bird imii who are tu swoop over the lines bringing hack maps of the enemy and their position and at the same lime protect their own lines. There la no part of this (treat army that is of more Interest than Uncle Sam'a Mrd army,, and one recalls with pride that the air ship was an American invention, tho Wright brothers being the first practical demonstrators of this 20th. century wonder. Much has been y done to pel feet this machine and almost every factory In our cojn-tr- y Is busy day and night turning out some part of these 20,000 and over machine that are soon to be put In the fields of France. To every machine there la allowed two engines. Kvpry machine and every flyer will need twoi retary of Treasury McAdoo. Fighting torces of the United Statas 1,000,000,000 of have taken out under the plan offered by the Government according to u statement issued by Secretary of the Treasury Hut this is only n W. G. McAdoo. beginning in Mr. McAdoo' opinion, of a million men since three-quartehave not )et availed themselves of USEFUL TOOL FOR ORCHARDS the opportunity offered by thli plan, which Mr. McAdoo calls, ' liberal and Saw Blade Fastened to Long Handle Will Be Found Satisfactory In unprecedented." Cutting Limbs. In his statement, the Secretary says: "To acquaint our gallant soldiers This tool Is very handy when n hlgk and sailora and their families with limb Ik to lip cut anil It Is nut of this Insurance protection ottered by reach by the ladder. Your blacksmith the Government I have called togeth can make one, but If the hardware er a committee of Jnstirance executives store soils anything n good, better to direct a campaign of education designed ;to reach every home In the country. "Sin:e most men now in service must apply for Insurance bafure February 12, prompt action is Imperative. Unless, therefore, every influence and medium of education Is brought to bear upon the men and their families, many will forfeit the benefit of the Handy Orchard Saw. insurance. buy-I- t because you will then bo more "All enlisted men, commissioned of- likely to get a well tempered tool. It ficers and members of the Army and cau be fustrned tu a long handle by Navy Nurse Corps, owe It to them- slipping Iron rings over It and driving selves and their dependant! to take the them ou tight. Tho saw blade can full 10,000 of insurance and to take It be of any flnencsi to suit the work In now. baud. incites wide and 3 to 5 inches long. Where these are to be used very much it is well to hem the edges, us other wise the ravelings sometime disarrange "I have lived on toast and water for,lllu bH,nnl. in linmli;-- .. Font. ltlt over C month, nnd have been scarcely 'fchoulj thcl, ,,e marked vith B he.vy able to eat anything for the f.rst lengthwise In the middle ,and then . crosswise, . making squares . bloating 5 years ago. and.7, A friend I recommended Mavr'a Wonderful Item-ed- y squares 1, 2, 3, etc. and since taking G doses 1 feel 1 Moisten the cloth and lay it on a am entirely restored; even cabbage does not hurt me." It is a simple, table or board of convenient size. harmless prepamtion that removes the Tick up the first ear to be tested: catarrhal mucus from the intestinal mark this ear No. 1 by sticking a tract and allavs the inllamation which shingle nail through a piece of paper, causes practically all stomach, liver marked No. 1., into the butt end nf the ear. Now from eat No. 1, secure oi.e and intestinal ailments. Including One doso will convince or kernal each from the butt, middle and tip of the ear and then turn tlio ear money refunded. It. K. McIlOUKKTS. Druggist. over and secure three more kernels from the iotne places on this tide of the ear. When the cloth has been filled, begip at th- - upper end with earn TEST YOUR SEED CORN. No. 1 and 2, etc., and roll the cloth up Since the cloth is moistened the kerThe farmers of Garrard county are nels will not push out of place. Wlien today confronted with one of the most j the rolling of the cloth has been finished serious problems in their history due tie striri rather loosly about the to the fact that u very large propor- middle of the roll, or better still, use a tion of their enormous corn crop is unrubber band. As many rolls mav bi lit for seed purposes. used as are necestaay tu contain the Within the past weeks I have tested corn which one has to test. Fiom 20 corn for a number of farmers in the to M ears may bu tested in each roll, county and in every case the germina- depending upon the length. tion was very low, running from 20 to 30 After the rolls have been II M they per cent. This U entirely too low to be used for seed purposes und such should be placed in a bucket of water. wherr" they may remain for from 2 to corn should not be usid to plant. There is no living man w ho can look 18 hours depending upon the prefer At the end ut at an ear of com ami guarantee it will ence of the operator. come up if he could his fortune would this time pour olf the water and turn the bucket upside down over the rolls be made ;tliis year by merely going from farm to farm and charging each or a box may be used for this puriiose. farmer for this so called expert advise, A couple of small pieces uf wood There is but one way to find out and should preferably be laid under the that la to TKST KVKUV KAH THAT rolls and one tdge of the pall should be Some lifted from 1 to .2 inches in order to YOU I' LA NT THIS YEAH. lie sure farmers say. "J will test mine by wait- - jtilve sufficient ventilation. lnir until tho cround gets warm and and have your rolls In a room where the tempertuie is sufficient to sprout then planting in the 'good loned way; none of this new faugled the kernels and sn no account let them stuff for me, for in father alwaya freeze. A tempertcraof a living room grew good corn and he never heard of is about right. testing seed com." Such men will At the end of 5 or 0 days the kernels not only jeopardize the success of their should be sprouted and the rolls can be crops but they are hurting our nation. carefully rolled back taking care to We need a bunia-- r crop of corn to win have the kernels In their proper square the war and any man who fails through Examine all the squares carefully and prejudice, negligenco or to in al( cases in which the ilx kernels secure good ,d corn for his 1918 corn are not strong in germination the eat crop Willi certainly not b doing his corresponding to that square should be part to win this war. discarded as not being fit for seed. Any school child can I will be more than glad to personally 10 SHORTAGE. Pt , ... explain this method to any farmer in Grrrard county. I csn be found at my office iti the Cjurt House any Saturday and if you will call the residence of Mr Sam Cotton 1 will be glad to make to come out to your home and explain the method in detail. It is manilestly impossible for me to test all the corn in the county and what has been tested has been for the purpose of finding out what the situation was. I would also appreciate it if the farmers who have any old corn on hand would hit it with me for sale as I can find a ready sale for same. Yours respectfully, W. II. Kogcrs. County Agricultural U. S. Department Agent. of Agriculture. Reasons ! Why you should use Cardui, the woman's tonic, lor your troubles, have been chown In thousands of Idlers from actual users ol this medicine, who speak from personal experience. K tho results obtained by other w omen Icr so r.:auy years have been ro uci-forgood, why not give Cardui a trial V Take The Woman's Tonic Mrs. Mary J. Irvin, c' Va., write:-- . "About II years ago, I suffered untoIJ misery with lemale f rouble, bearing-down pains, headI ache, numbness would co for three weeks almost bent double My husband went la Dr. for Cardui . . . After lakine about two bottles I bejaa going around and wh:n I took three bottles 1 could do E-all my work." Cullen, ... ... r President Calls Upon All Loyal Americans to Unite in Campaign Suggestions of Food Administration Will Enable the United States to Meet Qreat'Responslblllty If Prompt Action Is Taken, Declares President, Washington, Jan. 16. Following Is text of President Wilson's proclamation: Many causes have contributed to create the necessity for a more Intcnalve effort on the part of our peoplo to save food In order that vie may supply our associates In the war with the sustenance vitally necessary to them lu these days of privation and stress The reduced productivity of Kurope because of the large diversion of man liwer to the Mar, the partial failure nt harvests and the elimination of the moat distant markets for foodstuffs through the destruction of shipping places tho burden of their subsistence very laigely on our shoulders. Tho food administration has formu litcd suggestions which. If followed, will enable us to meet this great responsibility. In order that we may reduce our con sumption of wheat and wheat products by thirty per cent a reduction Imper atively necessary to provide the sup ply for overseas wholesalers. Jobbers and retailers should purchase and resell to their customers only seventy per cent of the amounts used In 1917, All manufacturers of alimentary pastes, biscuits, crackers, pastry and breakfast cereals should reduce their pur chases and consumption of wheat and wheat flour to seventy per cent of their 1917 requirements, and all bakers of bread and rolls to eighty per cent Con of their current requirements. sumers should reduce their purchases wheat products for home prepara of tion to at least seventy per cent of those of last year, or, when buying bread, should purchase mixed cereal breads from the bakers. Substitute Potatoes. To provide sufficient cereal food homes, public eating places, dealers and manufacturers should substitute potatoes, vegetables, corn, barley, oats and rice products, and the mixed cereal bread and other products of tbo bakers which contains an admlxturo of other cereals. In order that consumption may be restricted to this extent, Mondays anj Wednesdays should be observed as wheatless days each week, and one meal each days should be observed as a wheatless meal. In both homes and public eating places, In order to reduce the consumption cf beef, pork. and sweet products, Tuesday should be observed as meatless day In each week, one meatless meal should be observed In each day; while, In addition, Saturday In each week should further be observed as a day upon which to eliminate pork. A continued economy In the use ol sugar will be necessary until later in the joar. It Is Imperative that all waste and unnecessary consumption of all sorts of foodstuffs should be rigidly ellml nated. The maintenance of the health and strength of our own people Is vitally necessary at this time, and there should be no dangerous restriction o the food supply; but the elimination of every sort of waste and the substitution of other commodities of which we have more abundant supplies for those which we need to save, will In no way lui.ialr the strength of our people. Urges I, therefore. In the national Inter- Tho Central Record, Thursday. Jan 3 HELP TO SAVE FOOD NEW KITCHEN CASID Food 1 , 1918. Administrator Sackctl Makes Provisions Known Kcntueklans Are Advised of Additional Requests of Cevernment In Regard to Conservation of Food Sup ply of the Nation. Louisville. Ky Jan. IG. I'ollowlnj the Issuance of a proclamation b) President Wilson cnlllng for additional food economies. Federal Food Ail mini trator Fred M. Sackett today made Known to tho people of Kentucky tht contents of the Kitchen Card. Thii card, which supersedes tho Kitchen Card distributed during Fledge Card Campaign Week, October ISth tc November 4th, calls upon all the peo pie of America to observe two wheat less days weekly, one meatless da) and one porkless day, as well us a wheatless and meatless meal ever) day. Heretofore, only one wheatlesi und one meatless day have been con sldcred necessary. The now- - regulations are addressed particularly to the women who signed the pledge cards, since they promised to "follow tho directions and advice of the Food Administration" In so fat as their ctrcumsiances permit. The women are expected, however, to In duco the members of their families tc follow these directions also, and the proclamation of the President makes It plain that the population of America must respond unanimously and with a Joyful heart If the war Is to be won. No Hardthlps Imposed. Although the new restrictions call for the abridgment of habits, the new- - Kitchen Card does not Impose any hardships. As jet. the American people still are not required to make any sacrifices In the matter of food to win the war The most any person Is asked to do is to suffer some slight Inconvenience. Tho new Km hen Card, which the President approves and hands to the ration as a oook of rules for winning the war, !j as follows. ask! "The Food Administration every loyal ' American to help with the war by maintaining rigidly as u minimum of saving the following pro gram: "Have two wheatiess days (Monday anil Wednesday) lu every week and one wheatless meal In every da. On wheatless day "Explanation: and In wheatless meals of othir day use no crackers, pastry, macaroni, breakfast food or other cereal food containing wheat and use no wheal flour in any form except tho small amount that may be needed for thick enlng soups or gravies or for a binder In corn bread and other cereal breads As to bread. If you bake It at home, use ether cereals than wheat, and If you buy It, buy only war bread. Our ob Ject Is that we should buy and con leas wheat product! sume than we did last year. be utilized f.r promptly destroyed by HANDLING SEED CORN fire. Knts find nbundnnt fond In country slaughterhouse; reform In the of these I bndly needed. Care Necessary in Selecting ReWeil Fed Rats Breed Often and Such phiec nre center" nf rut pmpn-galloquires Shelling by Hand. It I ii common practice to Have Very Largo leave offnl nf slaughtered niiliniils tu be eaten by rats nnd swine, und this Utters. I Hm chief means Plcktns Out Most Productive Car of perpetuating While In Field and Storing In Dry trlihlnnc In pork. The law should require that offal be promptly cremated Place la Only Half of Very PRODUCE IN STORES or otherwise dlpocd of. Country Important Talk. slntigliler-liiiiise- s should be n cleanly nnd n constantly Inspected ns nbbn-tolrXrepared by tlis United sulfa Department of Agriculture) Not Only Foodstuffs and Forage, but Shelling I one of the Important Miother Itnpurtnnt source nf rnt Textiles, Clothing and Leather steps In selecting seed corn. The rare find Is found In remnant of Vjmiiies Goods Are Often Ruined Cut necessary In ami handling left by employee In factories, store Off Food Supply. tu be tlsitl for seed requires shelland pnblle building. Till food, which alone Is Mitllcletit tu attract and sus- ing In be done by hand. Selecting the (Prerared by the Unlie!t Kiates Depart- - tain n small army of nits, I roinmoiily from the most productive stock a they stand lu the Held nnd storing The effect of un ubuiiiliitu-- of fond left In wate basket or oilier open them In a dry place free frum Insect Strictly enforced rule mi the of judciils should In' I reeeptncles. requiring nil remnant of fund to be and rodents i only half the Job In prokept In ml ml. Wc'l-fi-rein mature viding the next jeur's seed corn su- deposited In covered metal vesel quickly, breed often, untl buve large ptydtti-rx- . Poorly led nil, un the tun-trur- would make tr.ippliir; far mon- effecSeii I ears should llrst be titibhed and reproduce les frequently imil j tive. tho kernels from tip and butt should Military training camps, unless have smaller litters. In itddltlmi. from the seed supply. to rigid discipline In the mat- ho scarcity nf food uiiikc tiieusurvx for The small kernels from tho tip are dcMrnjInj; the animals fur mure efTcc- - ter of (1IkiiiI of garbage nnd vnte, less productive than the other kernels sihiii become center of rat Infestation. tlve. on the ear; the blunt, thick, rounded Merchandise In Stores. In nil purls Wnte from caiaps. delimited In covered metal can ntul collected dally, kernels from the butts nre Just u proor the country there Is n ductive ns liny of Hie rest, but beniUM ilrnlii In tin- - ili'otructlnii by ruts should be removed far frum the camp of their shiiH uud size they do not Itself and burned or utilized In lil uud mice of fur wile approviil either ways. plant uniformly when used In a corn modern by iliiileiK. Sol i lily food-Huf- f tint! plantir with other kernel. forage, but (Villi", clothing, ntul Shelling by bund take more time liiither Komi tuv often ruined. Till GIVE-FEEANIMALS RELISH anil tabor, but I profitable. The inIs due niuliily tu the faulty build-Int- r corn shelter Is likely tu fie In which the More lire kept. While Preference for Certain Food Is Jure the germ tip of the Individual Olteii It would lie il measure of econgrains und to tliu destroy or Impair Formed by Habit, It Is Better to omy tu tenr down the old structures Cater to It. their Hiwer to germinate. No matter ntul replace them by new use. Howhow- - large the required supply. It will ever, even the old building may often Animal nre much like human bo- still pay to shell It painstakingly by repaired so nt to Inuke II, em pruc- - llix In Unit they linve their own Indimuriuul Inlsir, because the greater the tltnlly und funlatulR n vidual pnference for certain fixsl. acreage tu be plunted, the greater the tliuir, seeds, uud incut, niuy nlvvu) While till preference Is funned by ultimate profit. lie protected lu wire jug, t nt tlistit habit, tu get the best returns Willi the should be shelled separateDich expense. The public lie pro- feed. It I best generslly tu inter tu ly Into n shallow jsin or box, and every . tected frum Insanitary stores by u the animal's npH-tlteblemished, nil'tlinpcn or uorm-eutcjif rlgli) lniHrtlon. Some horses will nut du well with- kernel should Is- - rejected. As the seed Household Supplies. rtiuihir care out oats In the ration, other du not from nub ear 1 found satisfactory should be exercised tu the home to epeclally cure fur oats, but require nod sound, nnd free from poor kernels. protect supplies fioin 'ce corn, seme reitilre inure hay than It I poured Into the general supply, mid ruts. Utile progress In ridding other, some mnt hnve ground feeds. und nnolher ear I shelled In the same the prenile of thce iinltmil cull be Tu gi I ttie best results such animals way. It Is much easier tu pick out detu --.tumid he humored. made so long u they Iwve am fective trains from a single layer In u MippHe of fund. Cellars, kllilniiH. Our problem lu feeding Is tu watch small receptiicle than from n large mid pantries often furnish subsistence the animals und M-- that they get the mingled quantity in a bushel meusure nut only to nits that Inhabit tin- - feed they nspilre and tin nmre. Feed or u bag. .MY BY RODENTS farmer's coluwnI rfracs htlnw this aesitinstt toi llis eielu-itu of oar urnif r antiaerltwri. and t tor tlis Mis of stoei, sisia aud such tbins on tsrm sa lti tarnirr rannol afford to sitisr Mae. No Holies wilt be serrMrd OTsr lour llnta, ali-- l wilt btoutflli lan laani-- ol Ihv cross, (res of chary iH FOIt SAt.K: Pony cart ami hariirs. Tom I'ay. Ccntle for children. wagen, FOIt SAI.H: (iood year old mule, 14) bands, also (5, C. 6 year old mare, slker. lo 3 For Sale: One dozen llsrrrd rook hens and a few nice cockerels. Mrs. C. A. Itoblnson. FOU SAI.K-T- wo with voting calves. fresh mbk cows Phone (VI. W. S. tarner. il i. Tmtknge, the hest fvol for jjrow-itluis. iIikUjii, Unties & r'ar-nni- L CARDS. , A. I). llltAIWIIAW. 1 1 Rex Garage Prop Agrut for Kx, uslve BUICK CARS Phone G6 Open Day and Night. Quick mill Satisfactory Service Or. Wm. D. Veterinary OITlce at llslney s l.lvery Stable. . Lnncnster. Kentucky and Dentist. Pryor, Suigeon EMERGENCY WIRE STRETCHER Farmer Tells How He Made Repairs In Droken Fence by Using Hickory Stick for Handle. After turning the cows Into n field I happened tu thai n broken place In the fence and I did not have the time to gu for n stretcher at the other end of the farm. Finding a hickory stick In the woodpile I sawed off u piece nbout three feet lung for the handle. I could not take time tu prvxire n fire for heating an Iron, so I lluttcued the bolt and drove It end of u quarter-IncIn one end of the stick, then beat the head o make It rough like teeth. Several inches from the end I fust-ene- il a short lingth of ilmlii and u The Wayenberg Line of Work Shoes for Men nml Hnyn. Hest by test Every pair iii:irunifel G. C. COX, Manse,Ky J. A.BeazIev FUNERAL. DIRECTOR Olllce Over National IJsnL. Kesidenc I'hone 3. Olllce Phono Zl I.ANCA STF.lt, KV. r TP.AP WITH SPLENDID CATCH OF RATS. dntlllng, but to man) that come from left In the trough or scattered on the outside. Food suppllc-- may always ground out of reach of unlmnis does be kept fnuu ruts and mice If placed not prisluce. In Inexpensive eoiitiilnerH liven In cattle a skillful eovered with wire netting. Sometimes feeder will soon Icurti the different unl-- i all that is needed to prevent serious mal's peculiarities und meet their rewaste Is the uppllcutlou of a defective quirements In such u way us to get ! economical gain. If he does not p&rt of the building. Produce In Transit. Much loss of I watch closely he Is likely tu wuste vegetables, und other produce feed while, some of the untmuls lire fruits, occurs In transit by rail nnd on ships. not getting enough. Most of the damage la done at wharves nnd tn railway station, but there Is liKo consldetiilile In ships" hold, espe- WINTER TASKS FOR FARMER cially to perishable produce brought .Much of this Among Other Things to Do During from warm latitudes. Cold Weather Season Is to Form may be prevented by the use of Clubs. cage at the docks, by the careful fumigation of seagoing vessels at Plant, pruu uud spray home or- -' Hie end of each voyage, and by the fumigation f vessels III coast- chants. clubs for pur-- 1 Form wise trade; but still more by replacing old und decrepit wharves and station chiislug und selling ull farm supplies platforms with modern ones built or und products. Clear )our pasture of all rubbish, concrete. Where cargoes ure being loaded or etc repulr the fences ami make preii-urtlo- n u for sodding them tu unloaded at wharves or ileits, food or other grasses next spring. liable to uttack by ruts tuny be tem- Purchase commercial fertilizers coimrarlly safeguarded by being placed operatively, and siy for them In cusli cages, or pounds, In Wisslen If possible. of wire netting. Itemove ull stump, terrace )our boxes containing reserve final held In laud und clean out all ditches. di'iHits for n considerable time or InWinter plow- - your laud when In tended for shipment by sen may be by light coverings of condition. made Make comiHist and top dress gniln metal along the angles. This plan has long been In use tu protect naval stores with stable manure. Itepalr and palut Implements und It 1 m ships and In vvurehuuseH. bused on the fact that rats do not machinery. Clean und spray poultry uud hog gnaw-- the plane surface of hard materials, but uttuck doors, furniture and him sen. Mute poultry and set egg for pro- boxes nt the ancles only. bouse Jductlon of pullets for full laying. Packing Houaes-l'nckl- nc drag on your roads. and abattoirs are often sourcea from Use she split-lowhich rats securo subsistence, espe- (let your neighbor to do the name. cially when- - meats are prepared for e market In old building. In cooling room with double walls of DRY FEED INSTEAD OF SLOP wood and sawdust Insulation, always Doesn't Freeze Up to Insult Appetite it murco of uliiiojuuce because of rut of Hog tn Winter Germs and Infestation, the utmost vigilance Is Odors Are Avoided. required to prevent serious loss of hand, On the other meat products. with modern construcpacking houses The farmer whoso pigs have lost tion mid sanitary devices have no their nvldlty for slop should try feedtrouble) from nits or mice. ing the slopstuff dry. Many a time Garbage and Waste. Since much of plgf may be found fastidiously nosing the fond of rats consists of garbage through thick slop, when If dry midand other waste material, It Is not dlings be placed In n trough hard by enough to liar the animal from mar- they will devour It In fierce competikets, granaries, warehouses and pri- tion. Some men like nilTk toast, nnd vate food stores. Carbuge, and offal some men don't like milk toast; that Is of all kinds must be so disposed of ' the way with pigs. Try raising u bunch that rats cuunot obtain them. of pigs on dry middlings Instead of In t itles und towns un eftlclent sys- stop of middlings, und the chances ore tem of garbage collection und disposal that the pigs will demonstrate the should be established by ordinances. success of the experiment. Germs and around a Waste from markets, botejs, cafes and odors don't accumulate households should be collected In cov- trough In which dry feed Is provided; metal receptacles und frequently dry feed doesn't freeze up to Insult the ered Garbage should never be appetite of a hog, like slop may da la emptied. dumped In or near towns, but should winter. CACC m. j. Patrick. Kontuokv Dentltit. Paint Liok, 1 est, take the liberty of calling upon every lojal American to take fully tu heart the su(gestlous which are being i "riulated by the food administration and of begging that they be folluwed. I am confident that the preat body nt our women, who have labored so loyally In with the food administration will strengthen their efforts and will take It as a part of their burden In tills period of national serv-ivto see that the above suggestions t.re observed throughout the land. WOODItOW WII.SO.V. The White House, IS January, 19111. SUMMARY OF RULES. administration. Itulcs have been formulated by the department to effect tho necessary having of foods. Borne of theae rules i.pply to manufacturers, wholesalers and retailers under license regulations. Others apply to tho housewife and stated briefly cover the following points; The consumer Is requested to purchaso an equal amount of somi other cereal fur all wheat flour purchased. They may be used separately as the li mixed of VictoryhousewifeIs chooses. strongly Purchase bread urged. This will consist of a minimum of five per vent of cereal other than wheat for the present, the percentage to be Increased until on February 24th It will contain a minimum percentage 0f twenty per cent. Ou wheatless days and wheatless meals use of bread made entirely of other cereals li urged. For local situations where exceptions are necessary, application should be mad to state food Meatless Meal Every Day. "Have one meatless day (Tuesday) In every week and one meatless mea! In every day. Have two porkless dayi In even (Tuesday and Saturday) w cek." "Kxplanatlun: Meatless means with out any tattle, hog or sheep products On the other days use mutton anc lamb In preference to beef or pork Forldoss means without pork, bacon, ham, lard or pork products fresh oi preserved. Use fish, poultry and egg As a nation we eat and waste nearly twice as much meat as we need." "Make every day a fat saving day (butter, lard, substitutes, etc.)" Fry less less; bake "Kxplanatlon: broil, boil or stew food Instead. Sav meat drippings; use them and vegetable oils for cooking Instead of but tcr. Mutter has food values vital tc children, therefore, give it to them Use It only on the table. Waste tic soap. It Is made from fat. lie careful of all fats. We use and waste two und a half times as much fat as we need.' "Make every day a sugar savlnp day." "Explanation; Use less sugar; lest sweet drinks and candy containing sugar should be used in war time. As a nation we have used twice as mwt sugar as we need," 'Use fruits, vegetables and potatoei abundantly." 'Explanation: foods are These healthful and plentiful and at tho same place of othei time partly take the foods which we must save. Itahte all you can for home use." "Use milk wisely." "Explanation: Use all of the milk; waste no part of It The children must use whole milk. Use sour and skim milk In cooking and for cottagt cheose." "Hoarding food. Any one buylm and holding a larger supply of foot now than in peace time, except food canned, dried or preserved In the home. Is helping to defeat the Food Administration In Its attempt to secure a Just division of food and the ei tabllshment of fair prlcus. The food boarder Is working against the com mon good and even against the very safety of the country. Hoarding food! In households la both selfish and un necessary. The Government Is pro Uctlng the food supply of Its people),' ' Wire Stretcher In Use. hook taken from n singletree. The hisik was bent so that the barb on the wire could not slip through. When hurbed wire beeumes slack It can be tightened by catching It between the claws of n luinimer und making n series of kinks. These kinks should not be too short to weaken the wire. J. U l'liikston In Popular Science Monthly. REVIVAL OF FRUIT ORCHARD j Honaker Fine Cut Flowers. John M. McRoberts. J.E. EDWARDS, M.DI Phone 365-- Proper Surgical Attention Will Prove Effective Cut Out Dead Wood and Fill in Holes. BUCKEYE, KY. year. Old orchard ran bo revived by pro; W. A. WHEELER er surgical attention. Cut out tho dead wood; till lu the holes uud decayed sisiis with cement; cover cxHsed DENTIST wound with antiseptic tree plant; remove surplus growth from the Inte- I.ANCASTUIt, . - KF.NTUCKY. rior of the tree to let in the sunlight; Olllce over Hturmes Drug Stors, spado up the tough sisl near tho trees; spray for what alls them and always Ikurs 1 1 p.m. 12 a.m. 7:30 ilp.in. for codling moth, (live the old trees u fhuuro uud they wilt bear for many PASTURAGE AND LIVE STOCK Hardy Flowering Grasses and Clovers on Properly Managed Farm Will Double Crops Now Delng Secured. (Iraa.i and live stock should go hum! In hand. There la no farm, which, If properly managed und kept nt least one-hal- f of the time In grasses und clovers, and gradually brought under u proper system nf rotation, would not prisluce more. In fart, double the rrou which It now does, and yet constantly be growing belter and better. Plants ans Bulbs For Fall Planting $1 OU worth of hardy plants and bulbs for fall ii'anthiK POSTPAID foronly $1 00. Writs fur iiimleulitraatHlKUFK FALL. H.O WF.lt HOOK, which tells whut to plant, how tu ilsut and when to pluut. SINGER, THE FLORIST ROUTE, P. HAKRODSBURG, KY. Hog Knows What Ha Wants. Kxperlments und experience seem to JOHN WHITE & CO. Indicate that a hag knows what he teUIS VttLB.KY. wants, bow much ho wants, and when Lifcsral asMrtmsnt be wants It. aaal fslt value awls? Usa for Undesirable Eggs. .FURS Small or dirty eggs should not be placed ou the market. Use them at MMss aaal Ssat atlas borne,