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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): February 7, 1918 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1918 cen1918020701_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): February 7, 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 gFlEU GET READY FOK THE LANCASTER. KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON. FEBRUARY 7. 1918. M. K. Denny. NUMBER 45. E Dentist. Phone 217. W. C. T. U. will meet 2:30. take Saturday Wlllard Memorial II the 17th. FELL ON ICE 0(1 If some men profiled by all their mil they will loon be mllllonalrei. HIA ainsut no do,t ort isoiv JSHNlVf) 3uUjopj poof) DON'T FREEZE YOUR FAMILY BREAKS ARM. SPRING DRIVE The unusual Inlc season will cause a great rush for repairs in the Spring. Order your repeirs for IJ Wonderful values In coati. suits and While running to catch the train for 12 drenea at ridiculously low price, at Louisville last Friday afternoon. Mrs, Joseph's. It Herbert hills, accidentally slipped 83 If this wn goes on much longer they the Icy pavement near the Jail and will soon he touching geography in the broke the small bone in her lett arm, inougn quite palnrul for a while, yet 111 schools by wireless. she Is suffering the Inconvenience Qj Cremo Dairy Feed will make of carrying It in a sling. HEAT YOUR HOME WITH A CALORIC your cow give mote milk. Hudson. Hughes & Farnnu the mystery of the whereabouts ot Nicholas is beginning to rank with the mystery of "who hit Hilly Patterson. TAX SUPERVISORS APPOINTED PIPELESS FURNACE K3i Binders, Mowers, Plows, Etc. now, while wc are prepared to fill them promptly. Prices are climbing and will be higher later on. You may run the risk of disappointment if you wait too long. County Judge Siapp has named T. C. Rankin, S. A. Hill, and A. K. Sanders as Tax Supervisor for Garrard county, e The spendthrift who boasted Under the new law tin- - board is re of having "money to burn" now has duced from five members to three and son who is boastful of the fact that he miets the first Monday In March in has coal to burn. stead of the first Mcnday in January, 'Germans Economize on Light" Which they can very easily do lince ARRESTED ON their erfneipat activities seem to be un der cover of darkness. SERIOUS CHARGE, The best and cheapest way of heating your home. It cost less and is better than steam, hot water or any pipe furnace. Conn Brothers. irir rH LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. TAB RANEY FARM of 172 ACRES 3 miles from Danville on Hustonvlllc Pike. i John S. Baughman, Agent. 1'faoae 1301. P. 0. Box 35S. DANVILLE, KY. Rich Milk&Hea!thy Cows are the results of feeding International Stock Food Let All Your Stock Have It. Mo Roberts Drug Store I Light Your Farm U Ml with I S g JJ7 Electricity. SAFER than oil. BETTER than oil. CHEAPER than oil. Let us talk to you about it. 1 BASTIN BROS. ELECTRIC 1 LIGHT PLANT. 'CI witli the government We carry ' PATRIOTIC EAT MORE FISH and help win the wnr. a good variety at all times. Sander's Variety Store. All kinds of country Meat wanted. tf.e;yx.-.'r.'.SBBB.,.r- v In thanking Got t for the destruction United Stsles Deputy Marshall C. L of that hospital ship, did the kaiser an. Winfrey, of Danville, arrested. Wed your order and in 10 hours after receivoligize for the failure to sink the wound needay afternoon, James W. Simpson ing your order, your home is heated. ed soldiers who were aboard? prominent and farmer who lives on the l'oor Itldge pike, about l If that man Hoover keeps on Guaranteed and sold only by live milei north of Lancaster, the have all the doctors "down on hiir warrant charging Simpson with "trea There won't be a cae of chronic dis- sonable utterance" against the United peptla or gout in th country. States iiovernment. He was taken tn air. Hoover should award a medal to Danville Bnd arraigned before United Lawil), who that beauty doctor who declared that States Commissioner cornbread "makes for n fine pink com. placed his bond at $1000. which he gave . It is said the mutter now will be brought plexion." That ought to u, , IIL uuKy before the Federal Court which con Hoover. venes in Richmond next month. 'HBlfiHi rail!' MtvJrs nMl p afflSjraiSlraraWrlHi; The big rally recently pulled off all over the country was mm strangely silent on the question of in SEVEN REASONS Ml sM mmm creasing the tribe of the "hog that FOR SAVING walks like a man.". VI. 1. Save for jour country's sake, be Although denied the privilege of lead- cause ft Is now spending millions a day ng a division to France, the Colonel seems determined to expand just so and muu line muit of the money out much ammunition, and Is expending it of savings. Save tor Your own sake, because all on the President. work and wages are plentiful and PHONES jid7nce376, ((Where formerly the condition of the while prices are high now, a dollar will biscuit at breakfast was wont to try buy more after tho war. 3. Save because, when you spend, the temper, now it will constitute a Abb WORK GUARANTEED, gauge of patroitlsm. We arc to say you make other people work for vou and the work of everyone is needed goodbye to white flour. now to win the war. A news Item says. "Hoover wanta 4. save Decause, uy saving, you the government to buy all the sugar." make things cheaper for everyone, es It might juit as well. With the whole pecislly for those who are poorer than country going "dry" there II soon be you. Phone 217. M. I). Denny. Dentist. Those responsible for the order that 6. Save because, by going without nothing left to mix it with. no more profanity is to be used by the you relieve tlm strain on ships, docks. Tankage, the best feed for grow mule drivers in our army in France, Germany la .reported to be eating and railways, and make transport ing hogs. Hudson, Hughes & Farnaa. were doubtless moved by n worthy logs. This country could spare her a cheaper and quicker. motive, but like many other worthy few million, and they ought to be tooth- G. Save because, by saving, you set motives, it is more attractive In theory aome. too. as they have been practi- an example that makes it easier for than In practice! The mule is an Amercally brought up on mutton. LAUNDRY MOVED the next man to save. A saving nation ican institution. There has alwajs is an earning nation. Sklnney Gullev has moved his laun been, in connection with tht In. ilintinn We don't see why the fact of old 7. save because ever,v time you peculiar vocabulary that fits no other. llalaam'a ats talking should be classed save you help twice, first when you dry business and also his desk a9 treas a as a miracle. There are a number of don't spend, and again when you ler.d urer of the Lancaster Graded School to The amenities of nollte oeipti- - nrp Stormea Drug store, where he will b. meaningless to his muleship. It is only asses In this town, and the miracle to the Nation. pleased to meet his customers and when he begins to smell the sulphur as would be to find one that did'nt talk. Have you ENLISTED in the Army ... . I -i serve those who wish tn pay their ir ilrln. ft. ... ft... i.iiKUj;ai; tIJlsuriver, of Savers? I" the long-eare- d school tax. hybrid wakes up to The Indiana Star says, "When wa s Buy Stamps! the knowledge that there is "some-- i get to heaven we shall understand the thing doing", and begins to assert him-- j Itusslan situation and probably not unSANDSTONE FARM. keif. If the report is true anil the til then." We don't believe any of the FORTY MORE DRAFTED MEN originated up there. Itusslan mlx-u- p In this issue of the Record anneal. order is really in effect, the mule will To Be Called From Garrard February 23d, feel like an orphan in a strange land, the advertisement of Swlnebroad, The Lcngresswpman Jeannette Itankln Heal EstBle Man. nfTerincr the stdendid and If mules can think, he will call The Local Exemption Board have has broken into the Irish question down curses on the day that he wan official notice that it will have little sandstone farm of James Speake borne friend should whisper to Miss received at public auction. This aae will be dered so far from home and those Itankln that that is the best question orders b- to call out the remaining quota, pulled off, irrespective friends who, if not the most polished - white men, within the next of the wea in their diction, at least had the metie in the world to let alone. It's loaded all to tlier on Wednesday, Feb. 20, Itead the days. few of perfect lucidity. at both ends. dispatches state that the call particulars Tjn another, page. Later (ermany says President Wilson is will be made on February 23rd, and slsndering that country. AMERICAN SOCIETY. He would will continue for Ave days. DR. ELLIOTT NAMED. It will take about forty men to com have to acquire some jet unknown lan Last Saturday afternoon, twelve pletc Garrard county s quota of the Dr. W. M. Elliott has been appointed guage before he could do that. The girls of the city met at the home rj English language is woefully inade- first increment and these men who have Food Administrator for Garrard county little Miss Helen Gulley and organized finally passed the physical exami and the appointment is a iopular one. Jj quate for the task. into a club to be known as nation will receive the official notice He informs us that ho will make an !of "Girls American Club" and it. In a speech to his soldiers the kaiser within the next week or ten daya. immediate survey of his duties and the I is quoted as saying:' "The gigantic An order has also been .received to work to be done in the county and worthy object is to work for the starv-- i battles which raged from spring to fall suspend all further physical examlna, hopes to see the lawa carried out both ' ing and homeless children of stricken Belgium. They will make articles to on Belgium and rrench soil were de- Hons until new regulations are promul in spirit and tn the letter. I sell and collect pictures and such things cided In faver of your glorious arms.' gated from Washington, but a sufficient that will entertain these destitue childHe is evidently of the same school as number lias already been examined by DR. CROSSFIELD COMING ren. The organization is a worthy and fill tho first draft ) the general who characterized his re the local Hoard to patriotic one and should be encouraged treat as a "master!) advance to the quota. The announcement that Dr. It. 11 bv the public. The following officers rear." the calling out or these men mem Crossfleld will preach at the Christian Lula Anderson, Presitho immediate induction into military church on Sunday February 17th. will were named; We conservatives who hav made aei vice and upon receipt of card calling ho received with interest here. Dr. dent; Ituth Taylor, Secty; Helen Gullight of the lioWheviki doctrines will them for mobilization, automatically Crossfleld is President of Transylvania ley, Treasurer. feel very fooll.h If eventually we have places them in the service nf the Un University 'and College of the Bible to thank that cult for a victorious ited States and they must report and a speaker of ability. He has also A POET KNITTER peace. There are indications that to the hour they are so consented to speak to the pupils of the The following from the Harrodsburg their virus is working among the Ger Graded school the following Lancaster Democrat, is of Interest here where Mr man masses. The junker crowd, at Section 157 of the Selective Service Monday morning. least, do not minimize tho danger, as Regulations has this to say regarding and Mrs Wood are so lovably known: we witness the recent wholesale arrest the call for mobilization i Mr Henry Cleveland Wood, liar- BUSINESS CHANGE rodsburg'i poet laureate, nas demonof Socialists in Germany. From and after the day and hour thus specified each such registrant shall A business deal was consumattd last strated (he fact that he can weild the knitting needles as gracefully aa he RECEPTION AND LUNCHEON. be in the military service of the United week of some magnitude, when Mr. does the pen. He has just completed a States, and cither the entry of such Victor Sanders sold his mercantile bus- The Ladies cf the Lancaster Chris- date after the name of any such reg ness at Judson to Mr. Sam Clark anil pair of wristlets for the soldiers and tian church will give a reception and istrant on the classification list or the turn bought out the business of San turned them In at Red Cross head quarters. The following accompanied luncheon to the members and friends of mailing to any such registrant of the ders Brothers at Coy. that church next Tuesday evening, In order into military service, aa provided These are good business stands and them: honor of Itev. J, It. Moorman and Mrs in this paragraph, shall constitute the we predict thjt all partiea will control TO A BOLDIEK. Moorman. giving of notice to audi registrant that nice trade from the large patronage My wife said, as she sot and knit. Dr. W. C. itower of Lexington, so from and after aucb day and hour he that surrounds them. I, too, must learn to do my bit Sanders Bros., well and favorably known here has will be In the military service of the who have been In business at Coy for a And to, old fellow, this is I- tbeen secured to deliver the principal United Stater, and of his duty to re number of years will now devote their I only hope that they will fit. address and all members are earnestly port to the Local Hoard at tba hour entire time to farming and ttock rais Yours patriotically, requested to be present. Henry Cleveland Wood, and on the day specified." ing. You do not have your house cut up and filled with a lot of unnecessary pipes. Give us 1 1 I HASELDEN BROS Lanra;tpr rfl fSa ld ..t... lt i ' ll S. HATFIEbD, f Dentist. baricaster; I I The Central Record, Thursday, Feb 7 1918. LAND, LIVE STOCK,' FARMING J. MORGAN GENTRY IMPLEMENTS, HOUSEHOLD B. P. ANDERSON GEORGE PARKER AND KITCHEN FURNITURE AT Growers Tobacco 632-63- Warehouse Go, 8 South Broadway, Lexington, Ky. PUBLIC AUCTION Wednesday, Feb. 20th, Ten o'clock a. m. regardless of the weather. On account of the health of his wife, J.W, Speake has made all arrangements to go to Colorado, therefore I will sell for him on the above date his "DANDY" little home of 43 acres with level frontage right on the New Danville pike, Boone LAST WEEK'S SALES Fishback 6 PurslfulJ, Fayette County. J75lb3Bt33. 180lbsat30. 100 lbs ot 155 lbs '42. 270 lbs at 48. 160lbsot$33. 275 lbs at 50 155 lbs 2G0 at lbs at 38. 235 lbs nt 17. 155 lbs nt MG 37. 370 lbs at 36. 165 lbs at 35. at 31. Total, 2,930 lbs. Averaged $40.85 per Hundred J. V. Shepp 6 Son, Fayette County at 170 lbs at 280 lbs at 380 lbs at 130 lbs $26.50 43.00 49.00 38.00 295 lbs at $29.50 125 lbs 60 410 at 42.00 lbs at 60.00 lbs at 37.00 at $37.00 390 lbs at 45.00 35 lbs at 61.00 310 lbs at 28.00 145 lbs 2'-'- 0 lbs at $40.00 215 lbs 130 lbs 285 at at lbs at 46.00 47.00 29.00 at $41.00 225 lbs at 47.00 150 lbs Highway, three miles west of Lancaster. Sandstone land all In grass, new seven room dwelling, hall and two porches. New metal roof stock and tobacco barn 48x36 orchard of 100 trees. Farm well fenced and well watered. feet,-youn- 345 lbs nt 49.00 THIS WILL BE AN ABSOLUTE SALE AND THE HIGH DOLLAR GETS THE PROPERTY. Will also sell the following personal property: Two good milk cows, a four year old and a fine three year old Jersey fresh Total, 4,300 lbs. Averaged $40.01 per Hundred. U. S. Owens. 1,600 Pounds, At. .. Fayette County. Shipp & Sams, 1,430 Pounds, At Woodford County. $38.60 J. B. Scott & Son. 2.005 Pounds. Av 30.02 Jessamine County. J29.f 3S.10 O. II. West. 1,550 Pounds. Av Fayette County. W. It. Underwood, 5,350 Pounds, At Fayette County W. L. Hutchins, 1,895 Pounds, Av. Jessamine County. T. $31.65 Lory Bros., 3,293 rounds, Av Fayette County. W3.22 .$30.50 in March; 3 horses, a six year old and a nine year old, both gentle, good drivers and good workers, a good three year old, well broke; 1 good four year old horse mule; large brood sow and eight pigs ready to wean, and twofcbrcd gilt. wagons, rubber tire buggy, buckboard, disc harrow, turning Two plows, hillside plow, 3 sets buggy harness, set wagon harness, plow gear, saddle and brtdle, side saddle, lOO fine chickens, 4 stands of bees, meat and lard from 4 hogs, lot of canned fruit, household and kitchen furniture. W. M. Bateman, 2,660 Pounds, At Fayette County. Will Holman, 1,310 Pounds, J32.38 J. Smith & Hammons, 5.865 Pounds. Av.. $.15.76 Feyette County. $31. fO Presents and Monej Given Away Land will be soldjon easy terms. At $31.20 Woodfod County. Bura Fugette, 1,650 Pounds. Av Scott County. Lynch & English. 2,735 Pounds, Av Fayette County. Mrs. Dora Sinders& Hilen, 2.060 lbs, Fayette County. J30.60 It. S. Bacon, 1,300 Pounds, Av Fayette County. Levi & Estill. 2.025 Pounds, Av Feyette County. $J0.75 Ruble & Haup, 3,220 Pounds, Av . Garrard County Lynch & Hall, 3,915 Pounds, Av Fayette County. Possession at once. Will show the land at any time before the sale. $29.00 S wine broad, Estate Man. Lancaster, Ky. Got the Other Place. Nsvtr Met the Man. practical Joker called up the trie- 'Them newspapers." complained Iht ld: "Hello, politician, "are rliamlnK m with Imw. phone operator and Central. Hive me beaten." but that lug the kneo to llnal, and I necr met what she gave him. YoungMown the man In my life." Iloston ln't Telegram. A The Real $31.10 The candle rompon-- Av.... $31.40 $30.00 by wax rojfreil Kngllsh Some Early Candles. of the Itomans were of nrlng surrounded either ur pilch. Polluters of wood. with fat, were used by the poorer classes In 1.100. STANFORD Mrs. It. E. McRoberts, of Lancaster, has been visiting Mrs. Thomas Phillips. Mrs. Lizzie Dillion has returned home after a yisit to relatives and friends in Lancaster. Capt. J. N. Menefee. of Camp Zach-ar- y Taylor spent Sunday here with home-folk- Miss Florence Spragens. of Elhsburg is visiting her brother, Prof Dennis B. Sprague here. Mrs. Geo. B. Cooper has been confined to her room for several days on account of illness. Mrs. J. C. Lynn has returned home after a short visit to Mrs. Logan Woods, at Danville. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Rice were in Louisville last week to see "Miss Springtime" played. Mrs. L. B. Hilton and little son are visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Cass, at Broadhead. to the grand with in $590 bond, which he gave. Mrs. Ed Wilkinson was called to Cincinnati Wednesday by a message stating that her sister Mrs. Judd Phillips, had fallen on the ice and had hurt herself badly. Mrs. Kittie Hopper received a cablegram Thursday from hei son. Consul Feorge D. Hopper from Christianns, Norway, stating that he arrived safe. Consul Hopper is on his way to Stockholm, Sweden. The body of Walter Rice, who was shot to death at Paris last week by O, N. Johnson, 'was brought to this city and interred Sunday afternoon. The funeral services were conducted by the Knight Templars. Louisville last Tueail she had been about two weeks. Mia' Bartley and gone to the citv on a Dinir exDedition and was tntn III with pneumonia while there and removed to me ueaconess Hospital, where she. died after five days. Deceased was widely known and numbered her friends' oy ner acquaintances, who are grieved to know that she is no more. sho' FAYETTE WAREHOUSE Speaking and Thinking. Mrs. 1'ecV "I nlwaya think twice before I speak once.'' Peck "Exactly, my dear but then you are such a quick thinker." BULLETIN We are at war with Germany. It is the solemn duty of every loyal citizen to help win this war as speedily as possible. This will reqjire every resource at our command, chief of which are men, supplies and money. the largest possible returns from his crop, It is the duty therefore Of everv tobacco planter to which has required a year's labor to produce, that he may be forearmed to meet the calls that must ' inevitably come to every citizen. Lexington affords today the highest Hurley market on earth. The prices common types are outside figures and these prices are steadily advancing. for fancy Miss Lottie Carson has returned home after a visit to relatives and friends at Lancaster. Master Shelton M. Saultey, of Richwith mond was here for the week-enrelatives and friends. Rev. Joseph Hooper, of Jackson, spent several days last week with his mother, Mrs. Kittle Hopper. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie ML Vernon, have Thompson, D. 11. ot teen here viaiting South-lar- her parents Dr. and Mrs. Mrs. C. E. Miller, of Rochester, III., who has been visiting her mother, near Lancaster, and brother. J. C. Eubanks, of this city, has returned home. Carl A. Carter joined his wife and baby here Monday, after spending several months In the south with the Wrought Iron Range Company, Mrs U. It. Coleman met with a very serious accident lata Saturday afternoon when she tee) and broke both bones In her right leg just above the ankle. Garfield Elder, who shot Fred Dellin, abort time before Christmas was tried here Thursday and was held over Why They Are Called "Pottrs.' fosters took their name from i fnet that In former tlmaa flu. f.uii Mr. George P. Bright has returned of London were separated from i. home after spending sever! months in drives by a line of posts, on whk'i r. Phoenix, Arizona, with his son, Mr. vertlsements were displayed. tireenberry Bright and family. He had a very enjoyable trip he claims, In the Embryo. Gertrude strutted about like a' peaand has seen very little cold weather. cock with her aunt's hat and veil on L. S. Jones, the aged father of Dr. Illlly, her cousin, poked fun at ber. Lewis J. Jones, of this city, passed "Oh, take oft the veil, they're only away early Monday morning after an for Indies," he said. Gertrude lost nc lllnejs of several weeks. Deceased for- time In saying: "Well, I'm the begin merly lived at Middlesboro. but had nlng of u lady, ain't I)" been here with his son for some time. Used First Sewing Machine. County court day will be held here on The first woman In America to use n Tuesday, February 12th, instead of Monday. The reason of this is that sewing machine died at Wlnsted, In Mondays are heatless days and many of Connecticut, at the age ot eighty-six- . She w as Ml8 Elizabeth Kllbourn, who the people coming to town would be In the fifties was n teacher In a priunable to get in the stores to do their vate school at New Hartford. When shopping.; Ellas Howe was experimenting with his .Invention, he asked her to help Charlie Horker, colored, was fined $50. and given 20 days In jsil for hav- him, and so to hor fell the honor of ing in his possession 24 pints of whis- being the first to use tlio new machine. key, which Judge Davidson thought His Terms. was too much booze for one fellow to 1" n trifle grimly replied III' l have in his possession at one time. He .lord of the IVtuiilii tavern to the Is serving the fine out in jail. fuci'U guest who had Just Mated i uncompromising touo uiid ut con-- " formerly telephone J. E. Gorden. nhlo length his desires as to apart-i- t manager here, writes from Ft. Oglemid servlcei). "Well, Mr. Huwney, thorpe, Ga., that he will be there about ' rules are two dollars a day, Amor-- n three weeks and will then be transn plan, cash In advance and ferred to the War Gas Defense Seryou lake what you get e, vice Experimental Station at Washing-toas you ; il like It or leave It, Just D. C. He will probably be In . n', And no drawing uiapit, solv-i.- .' Stanford before going to Washington. or composing national on tbe a alia of your room with Quite a gloom has been cast over this city by the untimely derth ot Mrs i lend pencil, either 1" Kaunas City Lucy Miller Bartley, which occurred In 3!ur. gt gtadra and e Lexington is not only the pioneer Kentucky loose leaf market, but she affords today esery facility for obtaining outside results. Her fourteen large, well lighted sales warehouses can take care of eight millions ot pojndt. Her seven immense redrlers can put into sweet keeping order two million of pounds daily. Her tremendous modern storsge warehduses can shelter nearly 100,000 millions of pounds, a very Important factoi In the face of our transportation problems. Here gather dally more than a hundred buyers, representing every manufacturer in the wotld, to bid on her daily offerings. It is therefore, not only to tho interest of tobacco planters to ship tobacco to this market but their duty aa well. The Fayette Tobacco Warehouse Company la one of the Pioneers of this msrtet It was organized for, and is run In the Interests of tobacco planters. Our organization is made up of trained and efllc'ent men whose chief aim Is to render high class service. The man who cries our ssles, Mr, Early Uass, Is the most famous auctioneer In the Hurley trade, into both of our houses run lailway switches, which enables ui to unload unlr cover. The results we have obtained and are obtaining hear public testimony to the fact that our business Is run absolutely on the square. "TRY TO GET IN" Fayette Tobacco WarehouseCo Incorporated By SAMUEL H. HAILEY, President. Lexington, Kentucky. The Central Record, Thursday, Feb 7, 1918. TELLS MEANING OF RED IE Civilian Relief Olrector logins Series of Articles Explaining Importance of Assistance to Enlisted Men's Relatives DITOR'M NOTK Till, U Hi, Drat ef a aarlea of articles prepare by Jeme U neaer, dlrertor.ef cifllleii relief for hod Croaa la OMo, Indian to and Kentiiekr. The autf.cts of ihe ether four ertlelea In the eerl.e ,ro: "What lie Craaa Horn, pert Ire If." "financial Aid la Heme iervlra." "What lias Tauakl Worn, tiervlee Wersere." and "Oriaitlalng and Training is.eoti llnma emre Cnmmlttaamon." By Jam,, L. Pleeer, 3 TRAINING OF GROSS ne 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 at at $42. $31. 180 pounds MflRL NURSES Thousands of Young Woman Ara Needed to Fill Ranks of Nurses In Red Cross Service Thousands of patriotic young woman throughout the country are looking for ways In which they can serre tha government at the present time. The Bureau of Nursing of the Lake) DlTlalon, American Red Cross, Clara-lan- d, points out that there la no form of service open to women more greatly needed than that rendered by the nurses of the country. The Red Croaa Nursing Service for which moat registered nurses are eligible eenstltutes the reserve for the army and the nary nurse eorpe. It la calling for many hundreds ef highly qualified nurse for ssrvio abroad In our own hospitals aad those of our allies. It Is also calling maay ls hundreds for service in the base In our cantonments. "We have," aays Miss Roberts, "nurse enough to meet our present need, but In order to maintain our health standarda at home during and after the war and to continue to care for our armies many more must bet trained. "The need for skilled nurses during the next few years will be the greatest the world haa ever known and tb In the spring number of students classes now being enrolled In the schools for nurses throughout the country should be limited only by the teacbng facilities of the schools and by the clinical facilities of the hoapltala with which they are connected." The committee on nursing of the general medical board of the Council of National Defense has encoursged those hospitals possessing sufficient clinical material to Increase their facilities for the thorough training of nurses and In many instances this has been done. Following are some of the advantages In nursing education and some points a young woman should consider In selecting a training school: , not only preNursing 1 pares for education variety of proa large fessional fields, but Is an excellent preparation for home and family Ufa and for public servloe In many ways.' Almost upon enrollment the stu-- ( dent begins her service to the com-- ( munlty In helping to care for the sick, as a part of her Instruction and training. "J Life In moat schools Is healthy, simple and regular. It wholesome, Is full ft vivid human interest, the student sharing In deepest realities of life. The graduate of a good school steps at once Into regular professional life and work with an assured livelihood. No weary struggle to get a foothold to show what ahe can do. The hoepttal haa carried her over that stage. Her work Is ready and waiting for her If she successfully completes her training. The student la at no expense for tuition, board, lodging, laundry, uniform, etc.. In the great majority of echools. Only a few schools charge a course. tuition fee, for preparatory The student Is also cared for In Illness. Salaries compare favorably with salaries, of other trained women. In aome fields they are higher than the average. Especially la this true of teaching and administrative work either In Institutions or In Publlo Health Nursing. Opportunities for advancement are many and steadily Increasing. Choice of Training School. (a) Be careful In choosing a training school. Be sure that Ita diploma will enable you to register In jour state. (b) That Its educational standards are good. (c) Thst It offers thorough training In medical, eurgfeal, children's and maternity nursing. (d) That the housing and living conditions are such aa (o ensure the health and of students. (e) Thai the wonting condltlsii are modern and the hour! reaaonable? (f) That the general standing of the school and lis graduates la good. Where any doubt exUU on this point further advice should be sought, through officials of the State Nurses' Association or the State Board of Examiners. Addressee and further Information can be obtained by writing to the Bureau of Nursing, Lake Division, American Red Cross, Garfield building, Cleveland. lln Sutton and Beasley of Garrard county: 2SS pounds 32S pounds at W7. at fill. 160 pounds 220 pounds at $3. 185 pounds at t2. 2-- pounds at HI. 1J pouuds at $41. Civilian Rallaf. Uka Dlvl-lioAmerican Red Croaa. Two now wurda Hooae flervlee ara taking laaportaat place In tha Tocavbulery and activity of the lt( AreerUaa Had Croaa chapter In Ohio, Director, Total Average for Crop, 25 pounds 937.04 pounds at S9i. 15 pounds at A. B. Brown, Jr., XV, W pounds at 89c 45 pounds at 40c. 40 pounds Garrard county at If 4Cc. at 31c. 25 pounds at 18c, Total Average for Crop, $36. At war1, outbreak tan rnontha to the few ehaptere than organised 10 pounds at K7.M. 233 pounds at $44. 180 pounds at $44. 175 pounds at $49. 200 pounds at $36. Red Croaa work and popular knowledge of tl centered only around prepAverage for crop, Total aration of boaptlal supplies, equipment of baa hoapltala and supplying ratheir paraoonal. and provisions of llaf In lima, of dlaattar. Than cam the unfolding of a sail-tltu- d 140 pounds at Hi. 160 pounds at $39. 165 pounds at $40. 145 pounds at $39. 175 pounds at $35. 40 pounds at 42c 21)5 pounds at 132. 35 pounds at 27c. of other chapter obligation eoilcJtetlon of war fuada, driving for Total Average for Crop lncraad membership, organisation of achool auxiliaries, turning out hui surgical quota of knitted articles, dressings and Christina packets. Among thee obligations modal of 3S0 pounds at $35. 290 pounds at $41. 235 pounds at $33. 145 pound; at $28 CO 118 pounds at $34.50 255 pounds st 15. HIT waa tb orianUatlon of Horn 200 pounds at $17. 4G5 pounds at $23. 240 pounds at $33.50 236 pounds at $28. Service commit!,, better known In Total Average for Crop, om communities a, civilian rallaf cmnmltlee. Frequently the actlrl-tl- a Horn Service committee of tha were belittled by ithar chapter 435 pounds at 32c 315 pounds at 41c Till because Importance of IKi iounds at 40c 1. Average Home Service hail not been clearly defined. Now, through tha effort of tha Bureau of Civilian Itallaf of the 150 pounds at 40c jke Division, headquarters at Clave-- 215 pounds at 39c 220 pvut ds at .15c Average land, rhaptarn have come lo a clear undemanding of the vltalneaa of lied Croas Home Sorties In relation lo war and complete victory. Hut to the general public, notably In the rural rominunltlra. Incorporated Home Service la little better under-atoolhan It waa by the chaptrra a 1 1 LI ATT, S. VAN WINKLE, Mgr JESSE W, OVERSTREET, Asst Mfr JOHN AI.LKN Asst raatter of five months back, Secretary, People's Tobacco Warehour e. So, what I, Red Croa Horn Service Walnut Street Warehouse. and whyt Service mual be the nation'a Home asaursnce that the enllated and man' family aball not tuftrr for want of any taientlal thing within power of the nation to give. the The Puhllc'a Cencaptlen. "Yea," aava Mr. Average Cltlien, The Only Way. Qrest Britain's Inland Waterways. Avoid Neglect of Duty. Liquid Colore. Only way to get the genuine "but lan'l the government providing Taking the canals of England and A great many things contribute to Alcohol, when pure. Is greenish In pro-Tid-e war riak Inauranre. and will It not Wales altogether, there are 2JSTI locks color, while water la distinctly blue make life a sun-ess- , but you can spoil pie Is lo marry Into the family separation where for 8.800 mites of waterways. allowance It Is made. It almply by neglect. In shade. neceaarr? lan't It a tact that but few men wlth'depeadenta have been called to arm!" Mr. Average Cltlirn la correct, but he la thinking only In term of money relief. And It Is to convince him that administration of money relief la only one of many feature of Home Service that thla eerlee of articles on the rudiments of Home Service have been prepared. Scan this brief summary of the opportunities confronting Howe Service committees In )our county and you will agree that the. opportunities have become the duty and privilege of an upetandlng, patriotic, American ladlaaa aad KtnUekr. to E. L. & E. W. Barker, Garrard County. $39.60 E. G. Sewell, of Boyle County $39.70. Tanner and League, Lincoln County. $30.71 Christman Bros., of Boyle county Morris Dean of Boyle county TOBACCO WAREHOUSE $36.6 $37.75 PEOPLES COMPANY I. M. Dunn, President. Danville, Kentucky. 2 3 4 i 5 Conservation by service of human resources wherever deterioration la threatened In a soldier's or a sailor's home. 2. Temporary relief of families In which there lias been a delay In payment, or In which there la an emergency. 2, Responsibility for regular and In cases not continued assistance covered by government allowance , thla Includes families In need and res ident In the United States of men who are In the service of our allies. 4. Personal aervlce lo the returned soldier or Bailor, especially when he! Is disabled. service which E. An Information will rave time, trouble and anilely for lonely relatives of enlisted men, I. Advancement of home standards but especially wherever possible, when the lack or help Is likely-- to cause family disintegration. Sustains Soldiers' Moral. "Men may be the best soldiers In the world II quote you from the Manual of Home Service Issued by American Red Cross headquarters, Washington), but If things are not well with their families at home, they lose efficiency through worry, and the morale of tho army that all Important factor begins to fall. "So It Is the patriotic duty as well of oprortunlty as the humanitarian Home Barvlce workers of the Amert' ran Red Cross to care forionely families of our fighting ineu. It Is to be remembered that they goon will be Not 'fighting men' In real earnest. only our enemies, but our allies, and the American people aa well, will be watching them. "Every report from the training camps and from the French front mentions the eioellent spirit of our tnia troops. Will tney maintain morale while thousands of miles from come, through trench life and battle, I to the victorious endt THT ANSWER WILL BE DE BY TH LAROBLY TBRMINED HOME SERVICE OF TMB AMIR ' CAN RED CROSeV 1, TOBACCO TO THE 6 'I i I Lancaster Tobacco J Warehouse STANFORD STREET. C. A. SPEITH COMPANY. MGRS. We Pay the Highest Market Price and Unload the Same Day. No Commission Charged. Phone 308. The American Red Croaa has provided (122,000 worth or supplies for the relief of sufferers In Guatemala. A party of .experienced Red Cross re lief workers haa also been sent to Guatemala. The American Red Cross In Prance, doea not admit to Ita staff any Amer-- j lean of draft age unless they present I the proper credentials from th United State military or naval authorities, giving the reasons why they are not qualified for military or naval service. At present there are 2.J52.07 Had Crosa members la Ohio, Indiana aad Kentucky, I BRANCH HOUSE AT MORELAND AND PAINT LICK, fc RY. VBtaW VBLaaW Htt vMtBM The Central Record, Thursday, Feb 7, 9 8. 1 1 The Central Record A CORRECTION. Dentist. Phone 217. M. K. Denny. I Editor Central ltecord. INCORPORATED. Dear Sir; 1 desire to correct an er11.00 a year. s sued Weekly. ror In your last week's paper. I noticed J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. that among the names on the service! R.L. ELKIN. Local Editor nnd Mr. flag, unveiled at th- Christian church was that cf my son, Ashley Swope which should have been Floyd K. who entered l (he Toil obim In UncMier, , mcoad-Clss- s enlisted in the Marine corps several Mll Matter, months ago, and Is now stationed at Member Kentucky Press Association Pans Island, S. C. aud Ashley failed to puss the physical Eighth District Publishers League. examination, owing to a alight defect in heart action, llillie was anxious to enlist at the beginning of hostilities, Uacasttr, Ky., February 7, 1918 but owing to the nervous affliction of his aged grand-motherefrained Irom Rotes For Political Announcements doing so, and when he was called in the For Precinct and Citv Olllces ... 6. 90 first draft quota, we wore surprised por County Offices 10.00 that she should manifest such a spirit tor State and District Offices.... 15.00 patriotism, lloth Floyd and Ashley 10 then olTered their services to thei for Calls, per line 10 country's came. For Cards, ner line Mary Swope Herring. For all publications in the interest of Individuals or expression of Individual views, per NEW RULINGS 10 line 05 obituaries. Der line From Fuel Administrator. Under the orders issued by the Fuel Wh'eat middlings, rye middlings. pure.wheat bran, mixed feed, corn Administrator in regard to heatless Mondays: horse shoeing lias been put oats, rye, barley, hay. straw. in the list of exemptions so that blackHudson, Hughes & Farnati smith shops can have heat on Monday for the purpose of I hoeing horses only. Garages are also allowed to operate on WAR NEWS OF THE WEEK Monday. The abovo information was not given Reports indicate great strikes all over Germanv. and Berlin Is under me in time to give it publication for martial law. 700.000 laborers arc re last Mjnday. It has been rumored that some of the stores out in the county ported on a strike in that city. have stated open all day Monday, we Snain demands reparation of Ger trust that this is not so, but we expect many for the sinking of their ship, to investigate this and report same as Giralda, which was sunk January 2Cth, we are required to do so by oniers of the State Fuel Administrator. Any The crew of the ship was saved. store-iallowed to have heat on Mon s The Womans Club RED CROSS OPENS SCHOOL. day up to 12 o'clock, noon, provided they have for sale food stutT and sell nothing but food stulf, coal oil. wood or coal. II. Clay Kauffman, Chairman federal Fuel Committee for Garrard There was an enemy air rridon Paris County. , on Feb. 2nd, in which it is ollicially announced there were forty nine killed WOMAN'S COMMITTEE and two hundred and six wounded. There was alto a raid made on London Council 01 National Defense. on Feb. 2nd, in which there were fifty-eigkilled and one hundred and sevThe Nation through the Woman's enty three wounded. Committee of The Council of National American officers have come into Defense, lias called upon the women of possession of documents taken from Kentucky for constructive work and the Germans in which they deal with they are responding nobly, according the American prisoners. These docu- to the bulletin just issued by Kentucky ments say that the prisoners are to be Division or this organization. Garrard countv'a report given in this kept in cages without food for four days and compelled to stand all the bulletin, of which Miss Tommie Frantime-- at the end of the four drfys only cis is the Chairman, compares favorably small quantities of food are tobegivenj with our sister counties and which we Italian prisoners escaped from the tier-ma- n quote in lull; "GAKUAltD COUNTY Population, lines or exchanged, report similar 11,891. Chairman, Miss Tommie Fran' and inhuman treatment. Registration not yet cis, Lancaster. started. Food card pledges signed, CHRISTIAN CHURCH NOTES 812, or 41.5 per cent, of allotment. It is very encouragirg to notice the Much Bed Cross work has been done, splendid attendance for church and About 3,000 surgical dressings have Bible School services during this ex been made. In addition to numerous treme weather. Last Sunday we had hospital garments and knitted articles; 150 in Bible School with a much larger $4,334.40 has been raised by the Red Cross to date. lu the matter of Child attendance for the worship. Welfare, It is with a just sense of pride that the county3.500 childrtn out of 4,090 in are attending school and we call your attention to the fact that the Christian Bible School of Lancas- are being looked after. Good work is ter, was eleventh in attendance, for being done by the Health and Hecrea tion Committee in connection with the State on Feb. 3rd. Many good people are complaining other organizations. about the weather, and offer it as an excuse (not a reason) for not supporting the church's services. However, we notice that business houses continue to open just the same when the mercury drops below zero as when the weather Is wh it we would call ideal. So remember the church's business is the most important business in the world. Many of our faithful members have been kept from church on account of accidents and illness, and to all such we extend a word of comfort and good cheer. The union services in our church were well attended last Sunday evening by people from all the churches, and Brother Hudson's sermon was one of the best it has been our privilege to hear for some time. Those who failed to com missed u very helpful discourse. Your pastor will have for his theme Sunday at 11 a. m., "Odds and Ends, nf The Every Member Canvass". February 17th has been designated as the day on which we are to take the Every Member Canvass in our church and you simply cannot alford to miss any service prior to this event In as much as the sermons will be directly on this subject. No member of our congregation cau alford to be ignorant about this movement. We want to urge every friend and member of the church to make your attendance unanimous next Supday by coming at 9:15 with the intention of remaining for the worship, yes, by all means, stay for '.he worship for if you do not you set a bad example for others and defeat the purpose of the Bible School. You need the effect of the worship and privilege and strength which cornea through the commnnion with your Lord. The communion la the one way Jesus permits us to show our remembrance of Him until He comes again. In one week in December the sub marine destroyed 3.000.000. pounds of bacon and 1,000,000 pounds of cheese, that were being shipped to the allies in France. The American Bed Cross announced I recently the gift of $50,000 by Mrs. W. A. Price led the Club meet Milbank to be used in establishing ln Her subject was New York City a school for disabled Ing Jsnuarv 31, "IovbI Through Service." She said and crippled men, and also as long as of "the world war must be won with th the war lasts for the The Th maimed soldiers and sailors. open Hible and with prayer, world is moving forward under the im school will be located at 31 Madison Avenue and will be known as the lied pulse nf to such a degre that it is consecrating the physical ar Cross Institute for Crippled and Dli- ablcd Men. malerinl to bring about spiritual ends. She spoke of the many dilTerent kind: of service ami sacrifice, but the great GEORGE COHAN GETS est given Is given by the mothers our country, who give their sons i $25,000 FOR ONE SONG service, lly request she then read letter from her son, Charles Dunn, who Composes "Oter There" la 30 Minutes; Is "Somewhere in France". He told Gets Nearly $1,000 A Minute. of the spirit of the boys tight in th battle front, saying they were "cheerful lot" and, also, something of How would vnu like In sit down nt the Y. M. U. A. work among the sol the piano with a few sheets of paper diers. She asked Mrs. Stormes co res and a pencil set before you, and thirty a poem from Prof. Noe of University minutes later, hold a manuscript worth of Kentucky, which was sent a $25,000, and setting a new record of Christmas Greeting to the Alumni li money earned at the rate of nearly service. $1,000 a minute. The rnessagu from the faculty (o the No, this is not a press agent yarn, former students of the university nor is it the bombast of a follower of given in the following poem: For just a Broadway stage favorite. The Monster we believed n Mith has the other day, official reports from risen from the dead. New York, slate George M. Cohan, the He calls himself the Kaiser, but his Yankee Doodle comedian, closed a deal savage claw is red with a New York music publishing With blood of little children, end his firm, whereby the versatile Cohan addbrutal hordes commit ed a paltry $25,000 to his already bulgThe hellish deed that's nameless,- - which ing cutler for the rights to his war which no human would permit. song "Over There". We know him by his ttlfiling breath Four months ago. the stury goes. this dragon in his lair, sug friends of the His spawn, the shark beneath the wave gestee his writing a new war song that the vulture in the air. would help cheer the boys at the front. The military despot is not new in his The successes of his "It's a Grand Old Flag", and "Yankee Doodle Boy" tory; The ancient nations ached beneath the are still reminiscent, but the public. always changing, demanded something lash of tyranny. Old Attila, the Mongol, and btoodyjen new. One night, finding he had thirty ghiz Kahn minutes that might drag on his hands. And itedbeard Barbarossa, the German Cohan sat down at the piano. "Over super-maThere" was the result, which now is Napoleon the Corsican, and Charles the the war-sonthe rage throughout country, sung and played in nearly Fifth of Spain, And Philip in the Netnerlards ainicted every cafe anil theatre, a prime favorearth with pain, ite in the national cantonments and a They terrorized the world and died. stirring Yankee jingle across the seal. The price of $25,000 represents $101. accused of man and God A complete And Kniser Wilhelm's on the road that a word and $138. a note. opera, such as one by Puccini, has a every tyrant's trod. $15,- Gird up your loins, Kentuckians, and valuation set nt approximately 000. The highest previous payment I buckle on your shields. $1. to Kipling j r million t rench and hnglish lie on a word for writing were and $2. to Colonel Theodore Boosevelt. I. Freedom's battlefields j You are the sons of Washington, of But it took a war jingle done in half an nour uy one wno Knows now to run tne Lincoln, Grant and Lee, 161. a word. Kentucky a heart pumps thru your price to f veins the blood of liberty SH L (Edited Hr The Worsini Club,' LUCKY STR CIGARETTE Until this now "smoko" was made you could never liavo a real Burley tobacco cigarette. It's Iho best yet. IT'S TO AS TE 13) The toasting brings out tho delicious flavor of that fir.o old Kentucky Burley. You never .tasted anything so agreeable roasting does for peanuts. think what On Guaranteed thus Jnvuriea (Art lets CURE Ghoforc s uari;ieia Your Alma Mater bids you now swift peed across the sea To strike this Minotaur of Hell for world Democracy, The final struggle now is on, as they may read who run, The Slav, the Saxon and the Celt. against the awful Hun. The sky is tike the mid-nigsun, the earth is like a flood. For all along the battle front there flows a stream of blood. crimson stream of valiant blood, and weltering in that tide Are Washington and Lafayette and Cromwell side by side. Leonidas now holds tiie pass, Itienzi stands at bay. And Israel has seized the sword to save the Hussion day. And smite to uttr death this beast for God and Liberty. She presented a Service Flag to be hung in the Club room window with an "Honor Roll" containing the following' boy's names, who are Hie brothers and sons of the members. Bradley Bourne, Floyd Wright, Chenault Elmore, Thom as Elmore, Trajlor West, Adolph Joseph, Virgil Kinnaird, John Mcltoberts, Billy Mason, John Dunn, Gus Dunn, Charles Dunn, Horace Walker, Lucian Grant, Hubert Walter, Billy Swoiie, Joe Walsh, Robert Tomlinson. In presenting the Flag iho said, "as thu Star in the East was a sign the Christ, Mary's Son, had come to serve and die for freedom from sin, so each blue star in the flag is a sign that some mother's son has gone and will even die for humanity's ireedom. Every one present saluted the Hag and repeated the words of Our Nations Prayer Song. God save our splendid men Bring them safe home again God save our men! Make them victorious, Patient and chivalrous, They are so dear to us, God save our men! THE MONDAY CLOSING ORDER. Oourbon Jtorj Cholera flcmcdr pan; "V'""'F ssK4attr 7. - GROCERS ISSUED TIONS. INSTRUC Must Refuse Sale of Flour Unless Cereals Are Purchased. The following notices to the grocers of the city has been issued by the Slate I'ood Administration und ratified by Miss Tommie Francis, the local Food Administrator for Garrard County, NOTICE TO CUOCEUS.. Kef use to sell wheat Hour to custo mers unless they also purchase an equal number of pounds of some of the following cereals: barley Hour, buckwheat flour, corn flour, corn meal, corn starch corn grits, feterita Hours and meals, hominy, oatmeal, potato flour, rice Hour rice, rolled oats, soy bean flour and sweet potato Hour, Any violation nf this rule by retail grocers will be vigor ously prosecuted. Befuse to sell over twenty-lou- r pounds of wheat flour to city or ton customers, or over 48 pounds to rural or country customers. Any attempt to exchange cereals purchased in connection with wheat flour for any other commodity will be considered an attempt to evade the rule. Itetail grocers must cancel all unfilled orders for wheat Hour in strict compliance with the above rule. For any esse of a violation of the above please notify the undersigned at Lancaster, Kentucky. TOMMIE FUANCIS. Garrard County-Foo- d Administrator. Her Ideal. We heard a young woman say yesterday that her Idoul limn Is one who .. r.,UUB.. .u mnxr money nna rooiiMi enough to spend It, Boston HOME GUARDS BILL. Senator Jay Harlan of Boyle county. has introduced a bill provi'lng for the organization of Home Guards for Ken. tucky, such as are doing such efficient work In the flooded districts of Cincin nati now. The bill provides for a force of 600 men and ofllcirs to be organized under the authority of the Governor and Adjudant General and to be used m.,..,n orj . thfl ...... An .... ,propriatlon of $20,000 for the equip. ment and organization of the force and $23,000 annually is provided. The force is to be continued until one year after the end of the present war. Transcrlnt Salt, Brick, Cement, Lime. Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. Since the confusion resulting from the Monday closing order has begun to subside and business Is getting straightened out on the new course, the country can view the matter ill the light of sober reason. And we can now seu that if the conditions which brought a. about this order were ever to be rem edied, some, such action was imperative. Business is rapidly adjusting itself to the change. Not only this, but the great army of loyal, patriotic business men of the country the men who were already bearing much of the war bur-- ; den, have come smilingly to the front! and shouldered this new burden willing ly. Of course more or less protests were to be expected, but these arose largely from ignorance of the order or I of the necessity which prompted it. In thu main the response has hern Very satisfactory, and indications now re that all fear of a fuel famine that ihould become general, has passed, at least for this season. The Monday closing order, together' closing or with the previous five-dader, marks the first real lacrifice the people of this country have been called upon to make in the prosecuting of the war. Its reception and the spirit in which it is beinf! met Is a barometer that correctly records the degree of patriotism of our people. That the response was so unanimous and so heartv mult be a cause fur much Satisfaction at Washington, and will go far that the to assure the Administrator people are with thu leaders In any move that the latter deem really to winning the war. Experiences of the psst fe'v months ave demonstrated that the uurlity of merican patriotism has in no sense leteriorated, nor has It become less universal. Its apparent alueuce can at any time be traced directly to ignorance f real conditions and needs. Given an ncentive for sacrifice and u correct understanding of the conditions de manding It, no people on earth are more ready to respond. Let us hope that further sacrifices will not be necassary. But should they become so, rest assured the people will face them with a smiling composure and a ready acquiescence. We have already given our sons 'our most price, less possessions), and beside these our money, our property, our comfort or convenience are of smsll value. Never fear but the American people will measure up to every demand. They Iways have, and there is as yet no Igns of decadence. We have torn the word "defeat" from our dictionary. j Here Is Something You Con Oo a h Buy War Saving Stamps and HELP TO STOP THE WAR Call and ask about them. It is your Duty, I We Citizens National Bank LANCASTKH, OK KY. 1 B. K HUDSON. President. W. O. l'.msBY. Ass't Caih'r W. K. J, J. WAI.KKIt. Vic I'rest. Jon J. WAtJtrR. Jk.. rilAMI', Cashier ON ROLL OF HONOR. a Diaw A Check for I he money you ov e nntl nolo how mudi more respectfully your crcililors it- L'nrd youTiiey like to do IjiisIiims with a innn who has mi nccouiil nt t he - Garrard Bank & Trust Co. They know he is doing business In a business like way. Better open such an account even ft your affairs are not Urge. They wilt grow all right. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company .UIXaKXGfcCSCa. W. 0. RIGNEY Funeral Lancaster, Director and Embalmer. Kentucky. Oilice I'lione 18. Residence Phone 33. I The Central Record, Thursday, Feb 7 1918. OLIVER, SYRACUSE. TURNING AND HILL SIDE PLOWS, Vulcan Plows, Oliver and Deer Riding Flows, Manure Spreaders, Corn Shelters, Six H P Gas Engine. Deere Corn Planters and Drills, Black Hawk Corn , Planters, American and Cambria Fence. Gossip About People ' ManliAfi v-veve 1rtl JOoir.gi tyThou A tit Ik CMTtdn4t ftflJ Wt Aft !ntmttd In. Collars, Ilnmcs, Breeching. Trncc Clinins, Collnr Pods, Saddles nnri Harness. Mailable Cost and Slcel Knmrs from 35 no to 75 00. Miss Franklo Kauirman was a It will pay you to gel our prices per In Danville last week. shop- J. R. MOUNT & CO. The O Deal House. DC Mrs Emma Higglniotham is . visiting her si.lei injunction City. Mr. IlrTMoe Conn, of Danville, was a visitor In Lancaster Sunday. Mr ond Mrs .1. K. Hobinson were visitors in Lexington, Fridat. Mrs. V. A. Lear whrshas heen ill for several das Is convalescent. Mrs. Joh.i Moss has returned from a visit to friends In lower (Jarrard. Mrs. Allene .Smith of Danville, spent Sunday with Mrs. Saufley Hughes. Mr. J. II. Conn in in Cincinnati and Indianapolis this week on business. Mrs. Will Cook has returned. rom a delightful visit to friends in Inuisville. Mrs Itobert Todd spent Saturday in Stanfold, the guest of Mrs Hays Fos- DCZZICZ1C DC 50 Per Cent of the Storage Batteries Have Been Frozen. NOTICE Stn-tio- If oti nre not us'intf the ear your Stnruiic Battery is possibly frozen und you do not know it. If sent to ns immediately, we enn rebuild them nt a small cost mid save th-- j Hnttery. but If allowed to Maud with ice In them they nre ruined. Better look ut your Battery nnd hnve it charged mid n thus snvc biijinil a new one. We are the only Battery nearer than Lrlngtcn; When in Danville let us inPhones 798-- 31 spect our Buttery No Cliuriic ter. We sell Willurd, Exldc and Vesta Batteries. The Danville Buick Qo I.. B. CONN, Proprietor Walnut Street. 21 DC PI Danville, Kentucky. OC DC 31 II Mr Clay Miller has gone d) Howling Mr and Mrs Adolph Joseph left for Green w here he will lake a business course. Cincinnati nnd Chicago this morning to Mr and Mr. John Murphy of In- complc'e the Spring purcha.e for the dianapolis lnd., are lu Lancaster ve- Joseph Mercantile Company. iling relatives. Mrs Hettie It. Smith, one of Dicker- popular Mii IiUte Carson, of Stanford, son's ill the and efficient clerks, has past few dajs, hut her visited her cousin. Miss Allie Yanti been friends wish for her a speedy recovery. for a few days. Mr. Edward Oaks, who has been verj Mr. Charlie Adams, of Lexington, is ill at the home of his parents, Mr. and here frr a vliit lo his parents, Mt. nnd Mrr. John Oaks, is somewhat improved Mrs, Jack Adams. his many friends and schoolmates will t,mflw. in be glad to learn. Itnllnril ivli.i Mt.4 Mari the Stanford Graded School snent Sun Mr. Mac Wilkina has returned to his day with home, folks. home in Shelhy N. C. after a delight Mr and Mrs Clay Sutton, Mrs Frank ful visit nt the home of Mr. and Mrs Markshury and Miss KUle Morrow were V A. Lear. .Mrs. Wilkina will remain visitors in Danville, Friday. with her parents a few weeks longir. Miss Mamie Stormes Dunn, nf State Mr. Itobert McDowell, of Danville Uriversity spent the week-enwith has recently been transferred from her mother Mrs. W. A. Trice. the fifth Naval Division to the Sixth. Ector who is He is now on the U. S Submarine. Lieutenant He has recently stationed at Camp Taylor spent n few Chaser. No. 122. passed a most rigid examination for hours Sunday with home folks. entrance at tho Hampton ItoJeJ Naval Miss Margsret Cook is in Danville Hasp School nnd here's hoping that he the guest nf Mis Dorothy Keid, and will soon be domiciled there. If he will return to K. C W., Wednesday. gets Into this school he will no doubt Lieutenant W. It, S. Woodward, of lie awnrded i commission in Hie United Camp Shelhy, Mis, was the guest of States Navy. He is bright and has Miss Katherine Harris for a few days. made many friends in the bervice. Mr. Hubert Cobb of Cincinnati was above plac6 he found a mistake had the guest of Miss Llllie Jones for the been made in the War Department and he was not allowed to enter upon the Messrs Jas. Slagg and John Ilrown duties of a beginner in tha pilot game. spent Sunday with their parents in He was hot a quitter, howevei, as there Is nothing of that character In Harrodsburg. this young man, he again put bis Mrs Naomi Hamilton Rial children papers through to that slow process, have retnrned from a month stay at known as "military channel," and Ilartow. Fla. awaited returns. Senator James got Mr. Cliirord Prltchard, of New York ! behind Hob s appeai and tirured im bis been the guest of Mr. nnd Mrs. mediate fatornble action on It but ' Adolph Joseph. when It rescind T.iss there wis nn- Mrs. Joseph Prather and children, of ither Kohert II. Dunn, who was orMcCreory ore visiting her sister Mrs, dered to the dulies nf a pilot, instead 1 hi , of courie, was George drawn. j of otr own lied'. exasperating, po he got in connection Mrs. it. Jv. McKoberts, of Lancaster, wilh the Senator's office and It was was the guest of Mrs. Thomas M. only a few hours that the other Itob Phllllpps. Interior Journal. ert II. Dunn enjoyed the horors nf an Mr. Herbert Ellis, ot Wilson. N. (J . amateur pilot, for our Hob was soon un When Hie matter was taken who has been visiting here for severe! the job. up wilh the Department, Major Harry, days, left Sunday for Louisville. who handled it, stated that It was cerMrs. Elizabeth Joseph and Mrs. Jen- tainly a pleasure to do anything for a nie Frve. or New York have returned true patriotic young man like Mr. from a delightful visit to Chattanooga, Dunn, "You know," he said, we get Tenn. so much cf this dodging actual service Mrs. It. D. Wanton nnd daughter that it is a relief to do something for are hero for n several weeks visit to a young man who really wants to go her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. into the thickest of the frey and help to win the war; that Is the spirit that Mr and .Mrs II. V. Ilsstin entertained we want and it is a pleasure for Ine lo last Friday evening at a delightful stxj put it through today forjou.""Iiich," o'clock dinner In honor of Mr and Mrs in Danville Advocate. Mac Wilkens. week-en- I YOU'LI, r b FIMU IT IN THIS COLUMN. V. WANTED , Good cow. G. M. Lyons Lancaster. Ky. FOll SALE; Team of good work mules, wagon nnd set of harness. Sarr Cotton. estate of All pcrsnns having claims against the Geo. Davis deceased will pre sent tame at once, properly proven, to me or my attorney, II, C. kauflman. It. It. C, Hoian, Ex. FOH SAl.E:-T- wo good runabouts, good condition, each equipped with "one minute demountable wheels, six to a car. i'rho $225 and $250, no Dr. II. C. Itose. less. Ilryantsville, Ky. KOII SALE:-O- ne hundred and twen tons ot good quality corn silage. Good shelter and attention, will feed directed. Hurtwell Shanks, at Lincoln National Hank, Stanford, Ky. FOR SALE. have trr nty gocd, well broke mules four lo seven veara eld, ranging in price from S1E0 to $250. W. H. liurton. I CRUTCHFIELD TAYLOR LOANS ON FARMS. Unlimited amount of money In loan cn good farms Can he paid oil any time. No loan fee charged. Ask about this NEW plan. D. A. THOMAS. Ke.il Estule. Insurance. I,aui The marriage of Mrs. May lielle Crutchfield to Mr. Cvrus Tarltnn Taylor was solcinenized at the home of the bride last Tuesday evening at eight o'clock, Ilev. F. D. Pulmeter of the Methodist church olIicMting. The wed ding was u very quiet one, only a few intimate fiiends and relatives being present. The furlunnte gioom is a native of Jessamine, and while he has pasted his sixty-eight- h lie looks to milestone, Mr. Taylor be a much younger man. is only one duy the senior of Mrs' Tay-lo- r veurs joung and who is sixty-eigh- t never uppearid huppter thun on her wedding day. They are ltceiving the congialulutioin of their - fiiends, at their cczy little humo on Itichmond street wheie they exptct to reside peimanentlv ard the ltcccid joins I hem weds', in wishing for these "n'-wlmany happy dajs together. WORK HOLES rOR. SALE. We have 36 good work mules for sate three and four 3 ears old, all mares except four. Will soil single or in pairs. Some extrn good, well matched teams of mare mules ready for tho plow, nil .1. E. Hobinson. broken. Lancaster, Ky. MONEY TO LOAN in Tampa Florida, for a. month, is now were at home, to a few of their many visiting Mrs. John Mount in Atlanta, friends on Wednesday evening. Many Mrs. Naomi Hamilton who has heen Mr and Mrs Wesley Prown Dickerson Don't Buy a Wagon Until You Have Seen the Golumbus Hefore you decide on any wagon, examine the Columbus. Strongly built 1 the best fungible roatcrul Hie Columbus wagon gives tho most satisfactory service for tho longest of years. Tluje is no secret in tho notedly long life of the C.tumbus wagou. It is tho mult of tho methods employed lu cnustruetiou. There is no wooj in this wagou which has not lxn under h(jltr from one lo two years. of tho wheel aro hickory; the hounds, Tlio axles and lira bolsters and sandr urds aro oak, and the bottom ot the box is straight .Crainod flawless pine. These aro juttt a U examples of the earn which Is taken to male tin-- , wagon as reliable as riilUe. The result is that the Columbus wagon i unbe.iti.ple hi reliability nnd endnrance. Como lu and ciamlne u 'jrsli. We know ou w.ll be leased. njd amusing games were played and de lightful welch rarebit was served. Mrs Charh" Lee of Stony Everyone present Including Misses Point and Mr Herbert Lee of Louisville Gladjs Frishie, Pearl Dickerson, Kathspent Sunday with Mr and Mrs II. 1) erine Harrif, KRtie Darnea Dickerson l.ee. and Mesars Jas Nevius, J. Wude Wal Mrs It. E. McKoberts has returned ker, Cecil Ilrown, Hudson Frisbic and from a visit to Atlanta, Ga., where she Hilly Miller were indeed sorry when attended the Carter McKoberts wed the time enme to bid this popular ding. couple good night. Mr. William Kavanaugh. of Centre week-en- d college spent the withjiis The following announcement has been parenW, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Kava received by friends here and Is of much naugh. interest, owing to the popularity of the gioom, he being the oldest son of Mrs. W, C. Peppers, of Covington and Mrs. It. E. McKoberts Ky,. has returned home Bfter spending Mr. und Mrs. Henry Littleton Mteks several days with her mother, Mrs "Mr. announce the marriage of their Handolph Harris. Mr and ;. 'r Becker & Ballard. Phone 27. LT C Mr. and Mrs. Luther Giblx spent Sunday in Danville with their deughter Miss Elisabeth Gihbs, who is under treatment nt the hospital. Mrs. John Walker has been ill for several weeks, at her home on Stan ford street, but her friends will he glad to know she is improving. Mr Alexander Kobinson who is at tending Centre College In Danville, Ky spent the week end with his parents, Mr and Mrs Geo Hobinson. Mr and Mrs Sam Haselden, Mr and Mrs Havmond HaseUen and Mr Joe Haseldeu were in Lexington Monday' night to see the pl.iv. Experience. daughter Bryantsville, Ky. DC DC DC DC RED BLOOD AMERICANISM Mrs. Pauline Meeks Carter to Mr. Itobert Ware Mcltobcts on Saturday February the second One thousand nine hundred nnd eighteen Atlanta, Ga Immediately after the ceremony, Mr. and Mrs. Mcltoberta left for New York Clay to spend a portion of their honey. moon, returning by way of Norfolk Va where they will visit for u few days, Mr. and Mrs. Uuckner Spindle. The Ueconl join the many friends in wishing for Mr. und Mrs. McKoberts a long and happy Hurried life. Garrard Circuit Court, Tiffs. James Temple's Admr., et al. vs Defts. Mice Temple, et nl. By order of I he Garrard Circuit court in the above case I nn ordered to loan MULES TO LOAN; two the fund in my hands as Commissioner jearolds. U. F. King, Morcellus, Ky. amounting tu about $573.00. Appioved security will be required. 7 W. H. Ilrown. M. C. G.C.C. Ambitious. Mrs. .Microbe (on n $10 bill) Cllmh- FARMS WANTED er! They netunlly started m a had penny nnd hnve climbed to the fringe Farm of 100 to 150 ncies. improved, of real society. must lay well and be productive at $100 to $150. per aero Farm of about 100 ocrci?, well im In Harvest Time. The delights of vigorous manhood proved, must be good land in two or nnd womanhood aro not thoeof youth, three miles of Lancaster, on pike. Will but they nre none the less enjnynhlo pay ns much as $.200. per acre for the because of that Utile difference, rays right farm. Tress. A life, well St. Pnul-rioneWill buy two or three lanns worth lived, grows richer, fuller nnd more the money anj where in this or adjoinbounteous ns It approaches the ban est ing ccunties time. We are now receiving inquiries ft r farms for sale for 1919 possession. If Tilde. Bute to Get Auto you have a farm you expect to dispose WIllle'M father itocs not own an niit of this year, lis now; the earlier the hut u good friend of the family hn better. If the farm you own is too r car. One Suudaj n we will sell It and find you a larnfternoon tho little one pecitme resi small solicited. For less nnd was wishing some one would ger one. Auction sales exonnie and take them for n ride. Until-I- farms, city property for sale or he raid: "Daddy, call up the John- change consult the D. A. Thomas liealty Agency. sous and nk them If they wouldn't like to take n walk with us nnd daddy, tell them to bo sure and bring their nuto. FOR SALE The Humanities. The humanities nre tho-- e branches of education nr study which are Included lu what are culled elegant learning, ni lansuuses, grammar, philosophy and poetry. Including the undent classic, nn educator says. The name Implies that the story nf these liritmhes has n tendency to humanize man, to cultivate particularly those faculties which distinguish him ns u man lu all his relations, social nnd moral; that is, which inuke him n truly cultured mull. Less Than a Glass of Water. t'ng, mist nnd clouds are compost d . tiny drops of water, hundreils and imiiiiU und millions of them, so . II thut they will float lu the nlr. t tnu should get up early wuuo morn especially if you live near the rlv )nu might find the houses, trees d the people on the streets lost In u li k fog, yet a block of this few, 12 t . t Ion- - 12 feet wide und 12 feet hUh mud contain Usa than 7 of n glass liter, dlWded Into W,OUO,000,000 i'T"i. LIVE STOCK AT BARGAINS. IS COMING TO THE FRONT ltight now this Country Is calling for men 'ot stout hearts and sound bodies. It needs them to keep Old Glory triumphant and unsullied 111 the air. The exigency now confronting us emphasizes, as nothing else could do, the importance of good health, both as an individual and national asset. It gives point to the suggestion, often emanating from this office, that everybedy should guard their health as a pricelcss'jios. session. When you llnd yourself running down and not exactly keyed up to the lighting pitch, as Is the case with everybody at times. You ought to come to Nature's relief and take a course of COM-CEL-SA- R 0 blood and indigestion and headaches, rheumatism and nervousness. SCIENCE SOPE is best for HUMAN SKIN, only 10c a bsr, 3 bars 25c. Try our COWUOV LINIMENT, for all Pains, bruises, burns, etc. 25c and 50c bottles. Legally guaranteed to satisfy you, or meney bark If you'll do that, vou will not experience the discomflturo of being sent back homi for lack of red blood when you answer the cull of the colors. sells at One Dollar tor threes boxes, legally COM.CIU.-SAliver, kidney's, bowels, bladder, guaranteed for the STORMES DRUG STORE, Lancaster, Ky. Remedy Co. Dakoto Jack-Whlte-Mo- 3729 31 West Broadway, LOUISVILLE, KY. C DC DC DC Miss Emma Holten of Frankfort student at the University of Kentucky, I I ... II .1 Mils Florence Johnson, a student ot U..I leieiveu iter uucneiur ui tins uegreu ai State University spent the week-en- d tlio conclusion of her work Wednesday with her mother, MrsLnla Johnson. She ami lelt inursuay aiteruoon (or Wuter was accompanied home by Miss Elor-enc- e J loo, la., wheru she will teach modem tiro n, of Tidue'ah, Ky., who is language in Iowa College. The active also a student of State University. 'chapter, pledges ami several alumni ot Messrs Everett Sebastian and 'Owen Kappa Delta Sorority, of which Mi"3 I.ocker ot Camp Shelhy, are visiting liollon Is a member, entertained for their parents at Nina and Teutersville. her Informally with luncheon Thursday Mr. Sebastian was called home by the before she started on her journey. serious Illness of bis brother, Mr. Wade Those present were Misses Lois Powell, Eliza Spurrier, Louise Will, Lois Drown, Sebastian who is ill of tuberculosis. Edna llerkele, Mamie Stormes Dunn, Miss Jessie Powell left to day for Florence Johnson, Elizabeth Murphy, Stanford and Hustonvillo where she f lorence Jliown, blizabetli Kraft, An will spend a month with relatives, , nette Martin. Christine Hopkins, VirMr, Author Eldridge, of Lancaster, ginia Grey and Emma Holten. Cour has been visiting Ids brother, Mr. John ier Journul. Eldridge, ..Miss Tommy Francis, afOur good, patriotic young Danville ter a visit to Danville friends has re man, Itobert II, Dunn, has had many turned to her home in Lancaster. - Dan. trials lately In getting Into (he line vllle Advocate. of military endeavor that he wanted Mrs. J. C. Hemphill left this week to He wanted to make a pilot on one of visit friends at St, Louis and Kansas, the real lighting air machines and City., ..Mr. and Mrs. Hammock, ot asked for a transfer to a school for Lancaster. Ky.f are at Hsrtowv Fla" that purpose, us this captain readily .,, Mrs, Hamilton and her two child O. K'd his request for transfer, and ren from Lancaster, Ky., are among it was put In motion. After several the most recent arrivals at Uarlow, weeks the transfer finally came and Fla., where they will spend several he was onlered to report for duty at weeks with their cousin, Mrs. S. L. San Antonio, Tex, and he obeyed Ackley Courier Journal. orders, but when he landed at the Two coming two year old mare mules nnd dandy good ones; 2 twoearold horse colts; 1 coming three year old well broke stud colt; 1 eight year old mare in foal to Jock, good worker nnd driver; 5 sows to farrow in March; H shoats weight about 100 pounds each; 1 good boar; 2 good cows, one fresh; 3 bull calves. . Will sell wot th the money. Tom W. Conn, Lancaster. Ky It. F. D. No 1. mini Ding HEATING. GUTTERING, ROOFING, ROOF RE- WATCH YOUR LABEL Several hundred sub scribers have sent in their dollars during the past two weeks, but many are yet In arrears. Watch the label on your paper and If It does'nt show 18, your pa per may soon be stopped. PAIRING, Ventilating and all kinds of Tin Work. Your business appreciated. will la P.B. WILLIAMS c The Central Record, Thursday, Feb 7. 1918. WHY WE CALL OUR HOUSE THE HOME It is It is It is It is It is HOME you like best. HOME where you get best treatment. HOME of the best organization. HOME of the best light. HOME of the high prices. . . v . . , THERE IS NO PLACE LIKE HOME Come with your next load and make yourself at HOME at the Home Tobacco W'house INCOItPOHATKD. RICHMOND, KY. ALL TIRED Hundreds More OUT In The NOBODY KNOWS Absolute knowledge I have none, sisters Hut my aunt's washerwoman's son. Heard a policeman on his beat. Say to a laborer on the street. That he had a letter just last week. Written in the finest Greek. From a Chinese coolie in Timbuctoo, Who said the niggers in Cuba knew. Of a colored man in a Texas town who Rot it straight from a circus clown. That a man in Klondike heard the news From a gang of South American Jews, About somebody in Ilorneo, Who heard a man who claimed to know Of a swell society female rake. Whose mother-in-lawill undertake. To prove that her seventh husband's sister's niece, Has stated in a printed piece, That he has a son who has a friend. Who knows when the war is going to end. Anonymous. la Lancaster Plight. Same Tired ill the time; Weary and wrn out niKht and day; Hack aches; bead adieu. Your kidneys uie probably weakened. You should help ihem at their work. Let one who known tell you how. Mra. Joe Turner, Tutten Ave., Lancaster, says; "A few jeara ago, my kidneys got out nf order and I had backaches. I felt dull and languid and tired easily. Mv kidneys acted irrec-- i ularly, too. A friend told me of Moan's, Kidney Tills and I bought them at Stonnea' Drug Store They soon rid me of the backache and put my kidneys in good order." i'rlce 60c, at all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy get Djan'a Kidney Tills the same that Co, Mrs Turner had. Puiter-Miluun- i Props., Buffalo. N. Y. HORRIBLE STORIES TOLD OBSERVE THE QUESTION. OF GERMAN ATROCITIES German ntiocilivs have been minimized one hundred times where they have been magnified once, members of the Itepublicun Club were told in New Yolk by Captain A I', Simmoi.s, a United S'atea military observer in Germany during the mobilization, liavinj been attached to the American embassy In Berlin. "Don't let anyone tell jou that German atrocities are merely fiction," Captain Simmons declared. "One of the most gruesome sights I ever saw was the Impaling of babies on the ends of German bayonets aiid their return to frantic mothers. If you knew the sulfering little horrors that patient, Belgium has been through your blood woold freeze in lour veins. "We've got to sacrifice till the akin Is worn down to the bones of our hands. The dragon is just ouUido our gate. Wo will pay, but not in the way Germany wants us tc pay." Some people are ma le to be holdjers The. Irish were Intnl.? to he cops; Siueikraut was inado for Ceriums, Spaghetti was inide for the wops: Fish were made to drink water. Hums were made to drink bonze; Hanks were made for the money, .And money was made for the Jews; Everything wai made for something, Kvervtliliiu. barring a miser; God made Wilsiin for president. Hut who In Hell made the Kai.er? W. C. T. U. If the W. C. T. U. w'.uld bold Hie round they have gained in this country, they will take the first opportunity to disclaim the charge of drunkeness in the American army In France. American people are in no mood to listen to We know we have blurs on our army. the finest body of troops in France No ever assembled under any Haj;. army in the history of the world was this vice, but ever entirely free from we have General Pershing' word that our boys are the finest and cleanest body of men he has ever seen. It would seem that the good ladies in their meritorious reform have zeal for a been made the unwitting tools ot pro If we could be German Intrigue. thrown into a national wrangle .over the conditions surrounding our boys ovar there, the enemy would have Lst the W. C. acored a telling point. T. U. work In the abstract, and on the high plana of condition) aa they should be. Hut our bovi are too dear to us, for us to ba willing to listen to a word against tham, even though it comet from a misguided friend. K MANSE. Mr and MrsYV. C. I.ee spent Sunday with his parents. 11 r W. K. Leavell, Jr., has entered Model School at Itichmond. Mr ar.d Mra Clayton Anderson spent Saturday and Sunday with her parents. Mr Jesse Itayburn left Saturday for Illinois where he will make his luture home. MIsa Cecil Norvel of Cor bin is visit-in- g Mr and Mrs I'. her grand-parentE. Foley. Mra Hunter Davis and little daughter spent a few days last week with her father, Mr. Price. A letter from Mr Joe liarr of the U. 3. Navy, states the safe arrival of Miss Ada Sebastian spent the week' the U. S. S. Florida and Crew "Some- end with Mrs. Otis Stotts and Miss Eunice Stotts. where" In Europe. Messrs J. II. Krndred and Irvine Cotton Seed Meal for sale. It is Simpson went to Clover Bottom on the best feed for cattle. business last week. Hudson, Hughes and Farnati, Mr. and Mrs. Otis Kay Bogie spent place and the week end with Mr. and Mrs. James Mr Itobert Price of this Mrs a. Metcalf of Buckeye were quiet Scott of Jessamine. ly married in Lancaster last Wednes Messrs. John Chsndler and Tom Matt day, much to the surprise nf thtir Chandler were guests of Mr. and Mrs. friends. Harvey Teater Sunday. Mr. B. Ray had the misfortune to painfully, tho not seriously, hurt her LANCASTER LADY arm by falling Sunday. Miss Bessie Teater and Master Ed.DOING HER BIT. ward Teater were guests of Mrs. E. II. "More than a year ago I took a Chandler and Mr. Carl Grow, recently. course of Mayr'a Wonderful itemedy Mesdamea Harmon and Hunter Davis for gall stones, severe colic and stom- spent a part of the past week with ach trouble and have been entirely well thtir father, Mr. it. Z. Price at Point ever since. I have recommended it to Leavell. many other stomach sufferers, as I felt Messrs Frank Kurtz and George it was my duty to tell them just how Brown of near Hairodiburg were guests much good it has don me "It is a simple of Mr. and Mrs. II. M, Kurtz a psrt of harmless preparation that removes the last week. catarrhal mucus from the intestinal Mrs. Ed Dsiley and daughters spent tract and allays the Inflamation which' a part of the past week with Mra. D. causes practically all stomach, liver J. Walton, who baa been ill for the and intestinal ailments, including ap past three mouths at her home near pendicitis. One dose will convince or Markabury. money refunded. Miraculous Virtue. It. K. McROBERTS. Druggist. fuve of thy brosk Giz thou in tluie ryes where it 'r.lire of klndnesn, or plays tin- whent III those CHAPEL. GUNNS rnsa'i the lurid contlucratlon of linger; iii-- l hour thy own so quiet soul h Mr. J. It. Sparks sold a mule to Mr. slrnlzhtway Involuntarily kindled whb , Charlie White price 150. tn- - llftf, und ye Maze and reverberate I Mr. S. S. Sebastian has been suffer on radi other, till It l all one ing with an attack of grip. flaaie (nf emlirurinc . r of deadly, grasping hnte) ; and Mr. Ambrose Calico of Itichmond Ion-tlii'it ay what miraculous virtue govt was here on business last week. ut nf iiiun Into sunn. Carlyle. Mr. E. II. Chandler was in Richmond the first of the week' on business. The House of Illumination. Masters Johnnie and George Kurtz A visitor to mi old UuglMi iiilh.'-ilrhave been quite ill the past week. wim told Unit up In tin- - vaulted Mr. Itobert Whittaker purchased a iimr Iheri- mm u j)oiicler',il bit ot curving; but that bo hud nunc at the cow of Di. J. E. Edwards for $KV. wrong time of iluy to mi- - It properly. Mr. arid Mrs. Lucas Foster were Only rt u certain hour of the morn-- I guests of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Tenter. us did the light full mi It uud reveal Tlioso enrly worker In Marie, I ho little daughter of Mr. and lis bounty, has been quite ill. stone vere ronteut that for the grcnti Mrs. Walker purt of tbu time their ork should Mr. and Mrs. lleniv Tenter aptnt it ri'iuuln hidden uud unupiirvrluU'd, uud Sunday with Mr. and Mra. Andrew that It fctwuM only uppeur to the visiStotts. tor lit fcuuio rare moment of 111 mill Mrs. Arthur Dailey visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Llgo lluit a part of THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Capital $50,000. A. K Surplus 30,000. J. DENiJY. President s J. E. STORM KS, Vlr. Prss'L S. DENNY. Cashier. R. Harris, J. U UlU, Safety Oeposit WE SOLICIT Boxes YOUR For Rent. BUSINESS. Samuat D. Cochran, Alex R. Denny, J. II. Posey, J. K. Denny, J. L. Gill. Dr. YV. M. Elliott. Directors. Stormes. S. a tl' KELLY Tobacco Seed. BEWARE OF IMITATIONS. Other seed is being sold under their name. The Genuine Improved "Standing Up" Burley tobacco seed raised by B. L. Kelly 6V Sons, can be procured only from the raiser and Is not genuine unless put up In or their signature as packages having a shown below which trade mark is now patented and on Hie in the U. S. Patent Office at Washington. Any infringements will be prosecuted. Seed packed from best selected pods, produced by champion tobacco growers of Kentucky for the past 25 years. fac-slmlle v Price $1.00 Per Ounce SPECIAL PRICE ON LARGER QUANTITIES. last week. Red. Alsike, Lonii White Sweet Clover Seed; Timothy Seed, Orchard Gruss and Kentucky Dlub Gross Seed. Hudson. Hughes &. Farnau, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Stotts were guests of Mr, and Mrs. Henry Tester. Sunday night. Mr and Mrs. Otis Stotts were guests of Mr, and Mrs. Ed Moberly, Friday and Saturday. Hens Lay AMAZINGLY . A It. V. I). No. 1. (Trade Mark Patented) j A Lil la itjosi eumHitua it POULTRY RKMCOV fdriwmikslrtktsif wskW bQ C- BOURDON Uy. A prvvrtiu rup,eoUa, frjr tiftd tsvltrihrr IWf IN fUl aaa( tw JUiri t,t iitwltiia. LH . xs that n4 I J - Send All Mail Orders To B. L. KELLY & SONS R. SOl-- UY R. K. McHOBKiU'S f. D. No. 1, LANCASTER, KY. The Central Record, Thursday, Feb 7, 1918. 1 TELEPHONE 97. j I SELL YOUR TOBACCO WITH MADISON TOBACCO W'HSE INCORPORATED CO. i 3rd Street, L. & A. Depot, Richmond, Kentucky. i LOOSE LEAF TOBACCO HARKET THE PIONEER LAMEST FLOOR SPACE Market I I I to-da- te Going1 Good and Strong. Bring your tobacco to the Madison Tobacco Warehouse. We claim the highest average of any house in the state. Call 97 for the market. Some or the late Sales at the Madison House: T. N. Col Ion i i 2890 pounds n Average $ 39.43 Average Average Average Avernge Average Average Average Average 39.40 38.14 Tussey & Coy Kerns & Wagers IC90 pounds 1340 pounds 1675 pounds 1310 pounds G. W. Warner & Son 3684 36.27 36.91 35.53 35.24 Scrivner and Wells Tnrley and Gordon Nat Prewitt Price and Moore Toylor mid Ward 5 T SPLENDID LIGHT A 2535 pounds 3955 pounds 2780 pounds 4125 pounds 35.96 5 FIRE INSURANCE FREE STALLS T. J. CURTIS, VICE-PRESIDENT. SQUARE DEAL TO ALL. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. W. C. BENNETT. SECRETARYTREAS s E. C. MILLION, PRESIDENT. Heroism. The Clever Man. Heroism Is the brilliant triumph of The Los Angeles Impress has an Idea that n clever man Is one who the soul over the flesh, that Is to say , Here's in the Kaiser, poverty, sufferPhoenix, fear; fenr Keep this Handy Out ininaugurated Atiz.. a movement has MOTHERS. never nttempts to do things he kcows over of calumny, of Illness, of loneliThe limberger cheese; ing, of of forinotion of been for the he rnn't. . There Is no real ness and of death. Mir the bump on Ills hraj "Two-llit- a a Day" Clubi, the members We place .before our readers the beau piety without heroism. Heroism Is the Tfc Grow down lu his knee- sday of taa Oroap car la OT.T of which are to buy a quarter': worth tiful and inspiring lines of Sarah lien-to- n for tboa paraata ko wlaaly kaap dazzling nnd glorious concentration of nrck May he break his Telty'a atoner a ad Tar CompoaM 1b of Thrift Stamp every day. Three Dunn who has been uch n power WAR BREAD. courage. Atulcl. taa torn, xaady Sot laataat On the Hindrnburg line. men each took a hundred Thrift card-- , for recruiting among mothers. Every W. Alt.n. nolty, Mo., write: "1 And go to hell singing The wheat situation has become so family of four children, patted one (tamp in each card and void mother whose son hss gene away, or i tiara raised and have uei! Kvlcy'N Honey and Tar Shakespeare and the Bible. "The Watch ami Ithlnc." Compound with all of th.m. I nnd It the entire lot before two blocks had to go. la strangled with grief at the acute that drastic measures are re Whatever his fault iiml limitations, lha beat croup and couch medicine 1 teen covered. parting, yet she "who has always sorted to ar.d hoarding should be made Shakespeare Mill live forever. rtavo ever used and I hava used It for Dr. "Two-Bitsis the old term, dating sought the best cannot now be satisfied impossible for those who are unpatriotic George W. Carey has mid: "Shakeeifht or ten year, and can recommend KENTUCKY'S WAR MENU. It for croup." nightfall enough to thus lend their aid to the speare probed the deeps of human back to the eaily days of the country, with less? the little, ones If toward Day. less Monday-Wheatarrow hoaraa or croupy. If their breath enemy. Substitutes for wheat are pro posslhllltlrs, nniilj:ed the Muff from wheeiy and atuffy. itlvo for a quarter of n dollar, and is still THE VOLU.NTEEIt'S MOTHER: nr Tuesday Meatless Pa) ; whrattrss themlecomeo Honey and Tar Compound Foley' vided and bakers are required under a vh'ch thoughts are made, turned the used In the South and West. Every off an attack He was so beautiful my baby sont evening meal. promptly and It wilt ward new law that has gone into effect to searchlight of Incomparable genius on patriotic American now wants "to do cf croup. y- Wheatless Dav. d His curls clung close around blend these substitutes Immediately. the records of the soul, painted Its WednesdaIf you ara awakened by the hoaraa his bit;" the members of these clubs rough that mean, croap. alva evening meal. Thuraday-Wheatl- ess his head. Foley a Honey and Tar Compound at are carrying out this idea finely in doSome of these substitutes are barley deeds on the canvas of life, and left It Shakes-pearonce. It will ea.a the llttl .urr.rera Friday - Wheatless evening meal. inked It la His deep blue eyes looked trustingly in flour, corn meal, potato flour, rolled and the and ashamed." phleim. ing their "two bits" every day. quickly, Illhle will survive, after nil mi tie. Saturday- - I'orkless Day; wheatless and aoon cut the thick choklnrbreathing; they will liave aaiy to be hoped that "Two Hits a Day" oats, sweet potato flour, corn flour, our current literature Is forgotten. aad peaceful Quiet eleen,u evening meal. I did my best to kel his beauty fair Xrary uar la frtwl. oat meal, rice flour, and soy bean Hour. t.os Angeles Times. clubs will be formed all over the counAnd one Meatless Meal every day campaign. And fresh and clean and dainty, for I try in the great Makers aru required under a license In the week. Stornies Drug Store. knew regulation to mix five per cent of these I never could ba satisfied with less. cereals with bread and rolls until Feb. He was so strong and well, my little 2f th, when u minimum of 20 per cent aonl is to be used. The Victory loaves conI gave my days and nights to keep him tain about LI) per cent of the cereal so substitute and it has been found satiswaueu in iresn air and sunlight to my factory. ! aid. The United States Government would Uood food and play all healthful things not resort to these rules ana regulaHere Is a message to or life. tions were it not necessary and every suffering women, from I wanted physical perfection, for one should willingly and gladly ac Mra. W. T. Tilce. of d 1 never could be satisfied with lejs Public Ky.: "I quiesce in every war measure that is with painful..." He was so bright and clever, my big suggested by the different she writes. "I got dowri with a weakness In my son! back and limbs,..! I sent him to the very best of schools, felt helpless and disour country is working constantly Lunying self that lie might know no The money In the banks of MEATIDEALERSIWARNED couraged.;. I had about lack glrcn up hopes of ever to aid the government in .every way that money can help, to win being well again, when Of opportunity to do his best. In a bulletin issued recently. Food frlcad Insisted I Ur feel no door of progress closed to Administrator Sackctt said: the war. "I cal him the attention of all meat packers and I never could bcaallafied with leas. distributors of fresh meat to the fact Money carried in your pocket is of no use to any one. that any shortage of meat that may And yet -- but now my you can spare ai.d let your money arise in tho near future will he duo en It is your duty to deposit all son. tor your perfection can I pay the tirely to the difficulties under which work. transportation companies have been price? Or would I have you play the coward's laboring, and not to any lack of sup how small and will a bank account, plies of livestock. Under such circum. We appreciate part. Tfi Woman's Tonic at home doing business with us. With selfish, shriveled soul to small to stances pacaers anu distributors are make you feel notified not to sell meat at prices ren dwell resenting more, than their normal aver I began Cardul. In vtiimn so lair a iramel is that my age margin over cost, and short while I taw a Total assets over Three Hundred Thousand Dollars. are directed choicer narked difference... I sought the beill Shall 1 be satisfied to distribute such meat as is available I grew stronger right fairly among their customers. long, and it cured me. Remember us when you have money. with less? "Itttail dealers must also take notice I am stouter than I .. ... nay, i would nave vou honorable, my of these faqta and must not at this hare been la years." If you suffer, you can son time change prices so as to give them approclato what It Just loyal, brave and truthful scorning selves more than their normal average means to be strong and fear margin, and they, too, must distribute well'Thousands of woAnd lies and meanness-rea- dy men glre Cardul the to de such meat as may be available to them credit for their good fend fairly among their customers. health. It should hlp Your home, your mother, and your "The public can perform a lervice to you. Try Cardul. At all countrta flag. the community by promptly reporting E-- 7J drufjUUv He's gone! Dear God! With bleeding any unreasonable advance in meat heart I know prices to the Federal Food AdministraI still could not be satisfied with lessl tor, either of the county or State. "JH A TOAST TO THE KAISER, j For Croup TWO BITS A DAY CLUB. RECRUITING AMONG Mother--Alwa- ys dd c ua tray ,t Fighting! nomatter V. Women Take CARDUI Bank, Peoples Kentucky. Paint Lick, I'ho Central Record, Thursday, Feb 7, 1918. F F, RedCross HomeServIco Stands by Relatives of Undo Sam's Soldiers and Sailors. tnniTOIfS NOTi:: This la the aeroni! nf a sprits of five nrtlrlts prepared by Mr Fles.r on tha subject of lL-Cm" Home tfenlc The threo remaining art. !(! are: "lnancU! AM In Home novHome ice." "What Has llfen TriikM Service Workara" anil "OrBanlilnn and Training 30,000 Homo Senlca Commit-teemen,a The undersigned hereby p've warn ing to all persons not to Irespasa upon 'our lands tor any purpose whatever as J we will prosecute all offenders to ful lst extent of iui law. Hunters and. Fishermen especially take notice. I J IM & N H It. U Ulkln Ptce S. C. Itlgsby. ,J. C. Rlasby. air, r.mma Higginliolham. Mrs. J. Wade Walker, it. I.. Arnold James M. White and wife. Wc will add other names for 2T cents cash. are: L. FIESER. Director, Civilian Relief, Lake Division, American Rid Cross. Klre million American women today arc engaged In production ot lied Cross hospital supplies, knitted articles and surgical dressings. And these women toll without slightest Inkling of the identities of the men who will bo comforted by their patriotic endeavors. So It remains for the army of 30,000 lied Croaa civilian relief, or Home Service, workers to bring the personal contact Into the Ited Cross work, by holding out. In a quiet and unpatron-Isln- g manner, a helping hand to relatives of men In the service and, later, to the men themselves on their return from the battlefronts. It remains for this army of 30,000 (which Is backed by more than 3,000 chapters with a membership above to mar."h:il a reserve of medical, legal, educational, social and financial forces to assist In this "helping hand business," In a manner honorable to the American Hid Crosj and worthy of those helped. First of all, Hod Cross Homo Service centers about home solidarity getting lonely women back to live with their own people, watching over tho Interests of an expectant mother, reuniting scattered families and writ' Ing to men In the service about the situation In their homes. Recently a oung Italian In one of the cantonments within the Lake division was worried to a point where he was of little use to his government because he got no letters from his wife. He appealed to the Red Cross. A Home Service committee member investigated (they neter embarrass the family by sending the whole committee) and found that he got no let- ters because his wife could not write. Arrangements ware made for a letter to be written for the wife once a week. Simple service, but with wonderful results upon the soldier's state of mind. And, perhaps best of all, the young wife now Is learning to read and write. The Child Angle. Then there Is the children's side of it there aro men In the service who are fathers despite the tact that the public generally does not think that there are many fathers in the ranks. florae Service workers are explain-lu- g lessons to children who fall bhlnd In their claasta. Tbey see th.it children In need of medical r.re get that care. They are seeking to give klndl advice to the child Just beginning to be wayward or disobedient Coming to the economic side of the service, Red Cross service workers BY JAMES Mr. N II, Cheatham still remains in; n very critical condition. Miss Mattie Coulter has been spend Ing several days in Cincinnati, Quite a number of the farmers have been delivering their tobacco this week. Miss Marguerite Woolfolk of Lex ingtrin, was tho week-en- d guest'of Miss Ma vine l,ce llallard. Hon. J, Hogan Italian and Mrs. Ilul- -' lard came up from Frankfort and spent the week end at home. Mr. Ralph Scott cf Versailles was, over for a abort visit to his father, Mr, ' HUNTERS TAKE NOTICE. A. 1'. Scott and family 'Hi It Agreement Witnessclh; That Mr. Virgil Scott has been confined to in order tu protect the game on our his home for several days suffering lands for n period of three years we from the effects of a fall on Hie Ice. bind ourselves not to hunt thereon, nor Red, Alsike, Long White Sweet permit anybody else to do so, and we further agree to prosecute with dili- Clover Seed; Timothy Seed, Your gence all persons who violate the game Orchnrd Gross and Kenlaws of Kentucky or trespass upon our tucky Blue Grass Seed. lands for the purpose of hunting. And Hudson. Unfiles & Fnrn.iu. we further agree to act as Deputy be-i- POSTED BRYANTSVILLE o U L- FARMER'S CniJIIHN ww4wiiafti ii , ,.i 1 I I ii mi ii i ii ii in , ,, eieltl-it- LOUISVILLE GOUM&R-JOURNfli- s lot the uaa nfonrtarmrr and It lor ! ha ot stnei, fiain aut inch lhln on (arm at he Urmtr cannot afford to advor-llaNo notice will be aeteried om lour Unas, and Uoiilrin two Wines ol lbs iroan, free ofelisrre rfpaee below Itilt tieadinct ul.rltri. FOIt SAt.K: Pony cart and harness. (Jentle for cliiMren. Tom Hay. Daily By Mail (NOT SUNDAY) AND FOIl SAUK: (ioo.1 also 3 year old mule. 5 year old mare. 111 wagon. hands, alto O. Walker. a The Central Rdcord j For Sale: One dozen Hatred rock hens snd a few nice cockerel. Mrs. O. A. Itobinson, FOIt SA Mi-T- wo with oung calvea. fresh milk rout Phone S3. W. S, Carrier. Home Paper and the Best Known Pally News. paper of This Section. Game Wardens for the purpose of carrying out this agreement. Except each of us have (he rigt to kill rabbits on our ."arms or permit It to be done by another under our supervision, or the supervisio'i of some responsible and reliable person aelec'ed by us. This November 15th, 1915. 1. L. Elkin, J. E. Robinson, I no. M. Farra, V. H. llrown, W. II. Burton. Alex Walker, Haselden Ilros., T. A. Dkin, K. M. Tinder, J. II Dalton, 'John 11. Smith. Hubble, N. Ross. O. ,M. Deshon, Fisher Herring, II. II. Cox, Hughes Urns, J. W. Svrcenet, W. M. Mahan. Withers Hros. William, M.ircus Jim White. It. K. Wilmot, J. I). Tope, Mrs. David Chenanlt. Frtd J. Conn, Klmine, W. It. Ox. J, T. l Itankin. Huffman Hros, Wm. O. Anderson. ftam t.'ottim, T. M. Arnold, Jr. W. It. Most It. V.. Henry. Jno. M. White, Uright Herring A. I UrHilfhaw, I! I,. II.ii ker. Scott Huffman Wm Mnil Lizzie Onstntt. Itev. Johnson, of Hamilton Ohio, has visiting Mr. II. II. Hslcomli and Subscription orders nt this combined rnte may he scut to I lie family. He conducted services at the eve Methodist church on Tuesday and Wed- nllii-- of the Central Record or to R. K. McRoherts, the Courier-Journnesday evenings. agent. Mr. C. W. Coulter and family moved last week to their new home in Ham1 ilton, Co, Ohio. Miss Mattie Coulter I Origination of Word Taper. Seaweed for SounJ Proofing. will remain here until some one is up- T!l1 wont "paper" l A new material iied fir sound Proof-- ! from pointed to take charge of the post, ing Ihe walls of n mm!.- - mlionl build-- ' ""' ,,or"' "I'nbler," the natho nntne office. """ pniyrn nax ironi uiiun tno lug iotilts of avuw. ul chemically treated, nrrpriKifcl nd made Into, Ikjptliins mndo omt. A. II. IIHADSIIAW. 1'rop i pad. Da Wise. Kxciusi j Onto tied to nM-r- t that wle men Partlno Wedged Drinking -profit more by fooN than f.Hils by wise Prinking glnsei-- s Won a Wife by Ollllards. hnllar nrllclei men. wrote Hutnrch; fur wlse men "Three jenn ago," nrtli W. N., "u often heroine weilseil tugelhor s.i firm- - Open nt!d tho faults of fools, but fools will friend mid mjK-i- r weie coiully Infntu-- ! ' "'"I ' dlttlnilt to port them lll Quick Day and Night, none 66 Mot Imitate the good example of wis nnd Smisfnetory Service nteil bv ii cerialn jiiuns lady, mid "Ut iliilniiEe. A nlmple inethiMl nf men. Is t eeld water Into to Iwve nlmlit . o,iih! tlwiu-eof nnd set tlie wedped wlutilni: Inf. In onler tir'ptiij- - ?nlr. j "" Inner r! we decldiil to play U up nt btlliinl. el"se upright In a dl.ti ..f wnrui water, Tighten Gradually on New He:;. D. ' w'Hcli Mimilil then ! - lli"t,iliaii(v In lustnlllug new vwiter ihihw. rub- the winner to hue tlnhmted of k ber hoe, etc do not tlgllli-l- l I""'1" lint wntrr Into It. The kIiub-- ; prnKisiic. After n contrortlon nf tlie lnn. r nl nnd the nt first. ThU will m t ht.ip ..iy inln-Iiut- e sle I Just mm by n lltike. All 1 l link extept temi.n liy mid the mill Is that I wish I hadn't rIJx- - exiwiislon nf the imti r nne will re . lente the tun. cliiui.-crubber walls of the he..- ure npt to Ollice at Italney a Livery Stable, broken. Tln'iten gradually and the leak will bo curisl. Lancaster. Should Keep Piano Dry Kentucky starting the Clock. Tlie most freiliient If a clock refuses to run after bclne ef keys Honest Conf:sslon. stirkln: In planiK Is ilninji. Keep the wnnml nnlnjr In Hie need nf rlinnlnc No innn can ever luck thin innrtl. liistruuii-ii- t In ii dry rimni. out nf uny try llil- -: : a Mt or chilli, tie It flcutlon nf bin Minll.v, that what ho ilrnll.li!. n ml In eve. it teniernf ire Well mi It run not uiirnll and Milurnli' BOOKKEEPING Knows Is but n ery little In eutnptirl-f-o- ii ns possible. Tnlee off III.' keyboard Ii mIiIi coal nil. Vlare the mil In the Buslness.Plijnoorapliy with what In; U Icnnnint of. I'nn-!lil- niTer, nnd rul the damn Ley under- li. iti.ni nf the chick, well nut nf the TYPEWRITING and i llili, nnd instend nf iKwtlnr thy neath nnd the cliles with fine uny nf the ieiidii!uin. After the fumes TELEGRAPHY knonU-iIcof n few thlusx, mnfe&s emery xi 1". th! will prulinbly rennne i r the nil have bml time In tin Hull! lor Men mid lloj s, UMt ,y test Vm8Ur!li.SMITrl BUSINESS COLLEGE nnd be nut of round-nancfo, the the dump, tlinroiishly dry the key bed, I V nrli ny from ten tn twelve hours k tailmli; r. ! Every riir jjunraniectl tmuty more which thou ilok not under-H;iih- I. that Is undenienlli where the key tits,; twn-- l nnd stnrt the clock, and If noili-nnof riiwrtsMir lo morCaintrf I'l Pre! trnt h lM4g yrt ;Jn'ltng W aHa.nk(t)tUhitiw. j replace the key. TiintiiUH A. Kriivi. it u broken It will run. ' ""im'H ttr nrr. sTtKnttr trnw, rnnnc Uir-s- i HILIll'H II. HniTII. Lftlnctvn. K C. AN EXCELLENT COMBINATION Tankage, the best feed for hogs, I ludsjii. Hughes & ... CARDS. ' Rex Oarage BUICK CARS fl"e lur i. Or. Wm. Pryor, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. The Wayenberg Line of Work Shoes f" ir ': 6. COX, Manse,Ky I 1 ID HiCsrl SALE AT J. A. Beazlev 11 hUNERAL Ofllc DIRECTOR i $ THE I 1 I (!) Over National Hank. Itesldenre t'hone 3. Ollice Phone 27 l.ANCASTKK. KV. I I ) INDEPENDENT. SOLD H. J. PATRICK, Dentlwt. Kontuoky lil! Painl Liok, Fitting people to the right Job and helping them stay fitted by trying to find out where the Job pinches; seeing that Insurance policies do not lapse; encouraging people, who have more ready money than usual (some do have), to spend It with good sense; protecting the recipient of pay allow-anc- e checks from the wiles of Installment men and sales agtnts; netting the best legal and business advice In the perplexing problems sure to rise In war ttnv i And finally helping the crippled soldier or sailor. Tills work lj (till In the future, and, uhile not tho iao4 pleasant thing In the world to anticipate, provl;ons for It must be and Is being made. Ibis lie Ited Cross Home Service workers are planning to do Iff. Encouraging employers to give suitable work to cripples that they may find permanent opportunity for entire or partis) self support and chance for ; i iSilH" nValatalnlng on Information service regarding opportunities for such employment, or working with . state and municipal employment Instruments provided for this purpose; to the attention giving personal troublec and hopes of those who do work and to not find satisfactory others v. hose courage must not be allowed to fall; securing vocational training for those unfitted for the kind of work there Is available; creating a public opinion which will encourage self support from all crippled soldiers and tailors to the degree that It It possible for them to work. All this Is, In brief, American Red Cross Horn Barries- as It now operates and Is planned. Tbe program has beet, built p troca the experiences ot our alltssk WUfcout doubt. Ilk all Red Cross wot, the program will grow as tlx VssT trows oldsr. On thing, how-rra- f, U CSrtaAs TO MaUarrrniB VP TO FRIDAY, FEBEUAEY 1st Average $28.14 of the week. ..atJlS. Hi Honaker Fine Cut Flowers. 1 I 8 9,1340 HPouads stronger the latter part bodv hishlv oleased. day's prices: Tilford Diidine, Jcsfnmiii') fnunly. 2,015 poinds. nvcrnCo $1023 37,55 35.51, .'11.10 John M. McRoberts. I Ii! V- - The Independent reports the highest market since the opening. The market was much Ever- - IJ.E. EDWARDS. M.Di 8 ) ill' Lookfat a few of Fri Irine Walts. Fayetlo County, 1,270 pounds, average Gorhnni Bros., Fnyetto County. 1,730 iwunds, average Horace, Davis and Walts, 1,010 pounds, uveroge Horace, Davis and Goodrich, 7.703 pounds, nveruge Durdctt and Dut ton, Jcsidiplnc County 1,300 pounds, average.. Stone and Hayes, Fit) ctto County, 1,875 pounds, average I I (!) Phone 365-- BUCKEYE, KY. W. A. WHEELER DENTIST I.ANCASTKIt, I 1 I!) (!): SI 0.00 I I till . KKNTUCKY. Ollice over Stortnes Drug Store. 12 liiursB a.m. 1 t p.m. 7:303i.m. John Steele. Jessamine Couniy, 3,7-1- pounds, average. & Mc 37!7 35.11 Hardy Flowering C. J. Johnson I I (!) Council Fuyetlu County, 3,515 pounds, overuse.... 1 VI Plants ans Bulbs f 1.00. Write fur psrlfculaisCTuI Fltl-I'AI.I, H.OWICIt HOOK, which tella $2.00 worth of hardy iilanta andkullis for fall li'antliiK POSTPAID- - for only II. Johnson & Wilson, Favetle County 2,705 pounds, average Downing and Case, Fayette County. 1,125 pounds, avettign Stone and Wllliolt. I'ayet'e County, 3.010 pounds, averdge I For Fall Planting SINGER, THE FLORIST 32.05 35.00 38.05 33 C8 I I 1 what to plant, how to plant and when to plant. 35.05 nst rav WILL TBI tpOU L8 v or "WE SELL IT HIGHER 99 i I 1 ROUTE. P. IIAKRODSBURG, KY. M WWTEAJH lUWVtUM,KT. 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