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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): October 31, 1918 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1918 cen1918103101_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): October 31, 1918 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1918 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE CENTRAL, RECORD. TWENTY NINTH TIAR LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON. OCTOBER 3 Wagons! Wagons! On Government Job. 1 . 1918. fejrHrsriti NUMBER 31. health departments have just ita mil ai r?ii ernti. e? rpl i rJjrferfe rriarjiL fefrW, directing us to "swat the fly", The Thornhill runs lighter, lasts Mr. C. D. McCarthy, our local) is pretty hard to Immediately their directions to "swat the longer, every spoke hickory, host plumber who has the contract for the H3' Ircned wngon on the matkrt. Let heating and pluming on the new Hi. s i us show you the difference in the K ..... miiii-- .. t 1. ..11. II vi i MUiituiiK, tn now IMI uie Ilnvlng moved two doors below material this wagon is made of and Job which will keep him busy for, the lluptist church on Itlchmond St., other v.agom, W. J. Iiomans, some time. j 1 am now ready to take boarders, also There never was subettef workman a furnished room and n good bnrn than "Mac" nnd wcTvnow the Job Mrs. John Bogie. for rent, Turkey has independently present will meet the government specificaThe tions without n single blue mark How foolish nil these kaisers nnd ed peace negotiations to the entente against him. kings werel They were n surviving nations, nccording to n report from This same circulation of the air is taking place forwarded by the through your entire house. The warm air rises to medieval feature In n modern age- - -- Constantinople the ceilings and through doors, transoms, stairways and If they had only kept quiet they correspondent at Copenhagen of the might have endured in comfort and Exchange Telegraph Company, The and passageways, travels to the further-mos- t corners negotiations are expected to end of every room on each floor. Every time the warm prosperity for some time. Garrard County will subscribe its soon, it Is added. air enters the room it replaces cold air which is sent Quota. Put everyone MUST do his .Marshal Foth celebrated his sixty-sevent- h down to the Caloric tobe heated nnd made pure. and her DUTY, Hurr-U- p birthday on October 2nd. This is so simple that it sounds like mere theory, but On account of the "flu" public According to I)r, Osier he should 50,000 Caloric-heate- d homes were kept warm ALL Drastic measures ware taken by speaking had to be abandoned, nnd have been in the scrap heap some OVEIt last winter, when old style furnaces and last nlso has interfered with organizing time ago. Hut dn any of us think the County Hoard of Health stoves caused parlors and spare rooms to be shut off, so much the more reaswe could spare Marshal Foch to the Monday and It ordered that every the county to keep the rest of the house warm. We KNOW business house in Lancaster be closed on for volunteer subscription. scrap heap? that the Caloric makes good. It has been used by Hooks will be prepared nnd every for that day, it being the regular Fbr This Week only enthusiastic owners for years, heating homes thru-ou- t, A New York firm jjas declined to county court day and many people person will be nsked to ltegistcr 8 Cup Site "Lifetime'' nnd saving many dollars on fuel bills. accept n consignment of (iernun were cxpcrteil to town, the meas- whether he gives or not. Aluminum PcrcoUlor toys bought in 1014 for Christmas ure va taken to check the spread of Give what you feel you can give, trade this year, breaking toys In the influenza, which has been quite then double it. America for the enrichment of Ger- prevalent thrrughout the county for While small contributions will be man manufacturers is to be aban- the past two weeks. Physicians say thankfully received a largo number doned. that the epidemic has been .checked of large contributions will be necWe want not less than fifty now and that the crisis has been pass essary. Experience lias taught us that we Lvcry store, bank, restaurant $100., contnbuticns, are unlikely to get the thing we most ed. hotel The war is not over our soldie was closed last Monday in dei ire. The Czecho-Slovak- s are more and obedience to the order of the Board boys need this help. COMMITTEES foitunatc than most of us. They i.f Health. WILL HE AT ALL POLLS IN VOT have alwnys wanted ING PRECINCTS, ELECTION DAY and it looks as jf they were going to BE PREPARED TO GIVE. get it. G. R. Swinebroad, County Chm The Garrard nnd Lincoln Produce German propaganda Is at work in Company is the style of the new firm Brazil to Injure the trade between which recently purchased the poultry that country nnd the United States. nnd produce business of II. I) In The Fourth Liberty Loan, It was iUI: SAI.F. . Good ton- - unci pins agents learned recentlytothat German .Northrott, mention of which was Since Garrard county has done had promised sell cotton made in our lat Issue. It will be Iflll tins office. nobly in raising more than her quota goods to Ilrnzil merchants nt pre-wa- r very gratifying to his friends to of the Fourth Liberty Loan, the fol ilrlgium i dcl.ghtcd In having an prices. know that Mr. Lee Hngnn will be the lowing figures will be interesting view uf Germany . coat local It lookr as if after the war the Hagnn manager for this firm. Mr. rending. The total number of subtails. has been with Mr. Northcott scribers in the county to the last German nation have an nnd n number of years and knows Liberty Loan were 1131. The ap six princes royal on its hands. There for 1 hp Huns sny that they have com the business from top He allotted to Garrard i tied no atrocities. Ju.t whrt is should be no difficulty in providing will be glad to see his to bottom. nt portioiii.icnt old friends county was $229,400. The total for their living, however. Industrial .. . atrocity? the old stand where he willgive them amount raised was $250,500, making and agricultural workers will be in the highest mraket price for all their an The wrttlier this fall has been even great demand. of $21,100, country produce. furl saver than Ir Garfield's With 1134 subscribers, it meant an Ambassador Morgenthau'a story of roiulatiuns, averngr of nearly $225 for each sub the conduct of the Turks tis allies of scriber. Come in and let us show you what the Caloric It looks a if Austria would be the Germans is n plain recital of Chairman U. F. Hudson made the Furnace is doing in thousands of other homes. We nvtlv iknt! up in separate pieces facts vliich the American Kmbnssay following rencrt of the work ilor.c will study your heating problem and advise you by the Allien' big knife. was able- - to discover and assemble A minimum of prices of hogs fur through the various banks of the whether or not you can profitably use a Caloric. while Turkey tried to suppress the November has been tiled at 117.50 as county nnd is ns follows; and the The sounir n Come in and talk to us about this remarkable method the daily average packers' ;'J. W. Stoll. Chairman, for fo ihocolates are for "Die preient news of the ordered wholtsale bn of heating. A Lexington. droves, rays a Chicago dispatch. Kentucky. u. .) f .ml memories in u girl's life, minimum of $10.50 has been fixed Ilcport of Garrnrd county of bond Buyers of Liberty Bonds arc urg We certainly did "lend n they which consists of subscribed for the Fourth Liberty - for throw-out- r, flsht" - with n sweeping rush that ed to hold them. Don't let some slick- hogs under 1.10 pounds, stags, boars, Loan by. banks;- us to our Roal and beyond. guy talk you Into trading them for sows nnd skips. As packing house carried Peoples Rank, Point Lick, 250 sub stock In "Get rich quick" concerns. products have been selling on a basis scribcrs, $42,000. e cannot eat turkey on They are better than gold for they If HryantsvilU Rank, 132 subscribers, Thnnk'giving we can at least give Iraw interest each six months and of $10.50 for hogs, the announce 133,000. thanks for the victory over Turkey, gold does not. After the war they ment of the new basis for November resulted in a big jump of prices for National Dank, 255 subscribers, wilt sell at' a premium. pork, lard and ribs. Woman may not have obtained '58,500. the vote, but she la ttill entitled to Public anxiety over the solvency Garrard Rank and Trust Co., 225 e privilege, the lust word. of the empire apparently is becoming subscribers, her $50,000. j Interment followed in the Lancaster acute in Germany. The hoarding of Citizens National Rank, 272 sub ' cemetery. Lille waa glad to tee her pollu money has become so rampant as to scribers-$67,000. After an illness of about ten days, again. Fritt and liana cause great Inconvenience. sweetheart There Total 1134 subscribers, $250,500. John Rracher died at his home on The Democratic Forward League are no kind suitors they didn't suit has been a general run on banks to B. .K Hudson, Chairman. Stanford street last Saturday night has declared for Gov. Stanley for On the night of October 20th the anyhow. her He was taken first Death Angel again entered the home close accounts and the theft of hid- Senator and Dr. A. J. Alexander, of of pneumonia. with influenza, which later developed of Mrs. Lou Peyton and called to den funds is of dally occurence. county, Issues the follow. Woodford After some difficulty Santa Claui into pneumonia. Several of the fam- higher service, Lettie Buiwell Peyton, ing card to its members: procured his nports to France but The fire is uut under the preserv ily have been quite sick but are now aged 25 years and G months. Only the size of his pack Is very carefully ing kettle nnd no more permits for "To the Democratic Forward League. improving. "We are at a critical point in the prescribed. five weeks ngo the father of this sugar for preserving purposes will be Young Bracher was just 21 years home answered war. Germany is not yet crushed the summons. Austria-Hungarissued by the Food Administrator. through her new old, but leaves a wife and one child. De thankful for Pood She still clings to her only hope, a In childhood Lettie received a fall 'oreign Minister, Count Andrassy, He had been working on the railroad Hoover anil I'uel Administrator Iterome accustomed to doing with a division among the Allies. France from which she was n suffer from Garfield. Their edicts make life var little less sugar and you will havo no England and Italy are united fol E3 rent n note to Secretary of State for several months, before coming to difficulty getting nlong on the allow anting requesting the Secretary's Lancaster he lived nenr Ottenhelm, spinal trouble, and as a result she led and interesting. completing the task. So is America, very strong: was never physically ance of two pounds per month per Wilson where he was buried last Sunday but in that little frail casket of a but should a majority of the mw 'nteivention with President The fight coca on and no one yet person. Kemember it is n small sac for nn Immediate armistice on all afternoon. congress oppose our President politbody lived n soul of magnanimous makes a guess when cold weather will rifice you arc making for the "boys ically, it would give the enemy en- fronts nnd for the commencement strength and power. stop the first American army; the in the fighting line". of peace negotiations. couragement to prolong her resistIn the last few months she was Germans will not stop it. The note says: ance. Let us tukc na risks in KenDeath from pneumonia, preceded office girl in Dr. Amon's office a "Immediately after having taken purA war tax of one cent on each tucky. We have won our fight for On display and sale Friday and Ministry of Foreign by influenza, claimed two children of place she filled with faithfulness and the national prohibition movement direction of the chase of un amount between twenty While there Mr. Wesley Anderson, who lives near duty well performed. nobody Saturday only at Mrs. Iiclla Francis' in Kentucky; let us now elect n dem- Affairs and after the dispatch of the I'latwoods, in the eastern section of she added scores of friends to her centa and a dollar will hurt Millinery Store, Lancaster, Ky. You official answer to your note of OctO' ocratic House and Senate and rob and help the, government. are cordially invited to attend nnd the kaiser of his last hope. ber, 18, 1U18, by which you were the county. McClelland Anderson loyal host. Truly, "To know her was to love able to see that we accept all the aged 20 years succumbed last Satur The prudent man lakes advantage inspect the grand display and sale of "A. J. A. ALEXANDKK". points und principles laid down by day afternoon, and his sister, Ethel, her". Her motto was "Others": of beautiful uutumn weulhir to put the most fashionable furs of the sea up his double windows nnd look to sou. xk.ooo worth or high grade President Wilson in his various de aged 18 years died the following She was never happier than when Regisseasonable furs, all In drummers' the condition of his snow shovel. durations and are in complete accord morning. They were buried in the serving her friends or rendering serHer cheery-happsamples, from the Montreal Fur Com with the efforts of President Wilson same grave at Goshen lust Sunday vice whenever needed. The cost of the 2,000,000 gallons pany, mutt be sacrificed regardless life will make her loss keenly to prevent future wars nnd to create afternoon. There were nine of the of gasoline saved by gaslest Sundays of cost or value, to avoid returning Held For General Or Limited n league of nations, wc have taken family down with the dreaded disease felt. probably went into Liberty Iloiuls. samples In early life she Joined the Christo headquarters. Ladies' peremptory measures, in order that nt one time and at this writing anMilitary Service. Is It It a poor government ruling which coats, Russian mink, marmott coats. Austrian and Hungarians may be other dangerously ill. The family tian church and lived a consistent Is in it destitute condition and nre re- member. She leaves besides her won't work both ways. ladies' and misses' fur sets, scarfs or By Special order No. 2,13 of Sec- able, according to their own desire ceiving financial assistance from the mother, one sister, Mrs. Homer Chcs-nu- t, The latest addition to tho flags of separate muffs of Hudson real, fox, retary of War thru Chief of Staff, and without being in any wny hin county and neighbors. and three brothers, O. D. Pey nations is the standard of the new marten, mink, wolf, lynz, kolinsky. the the Motor Transport Coipi is dered, to make a decision as to their ton, I J. Peyton and T. It. Peyton, It U plain white Great variety of styles, shapes nnd authorized to induct volunteers Into future organization and to rule it. Siberian liepublic. nil of this city. "Since the accession to power of and green, symboliiing the country's olors. Without doubt the largest that branch of the service. All that was mortal of this dear display ever seen in Mrs. Virginia Criscillis, aged CO Take "All men in Class 1, Section A, Kmpcror King Charles his Immovable and its virgin forests. snowllelds advnntnge of this most timely oppor can volunteer for this service, if they purpose has been to bring nn end to years, died at her home on the Rich little girl wus laid to rest in the famHad the Huns accepted the four- tunity and secure the highest grade are physically fit; limited or special the war. More than ever this is the mond pike, lust Monday evening nt ily burial grounds at Manse. Th teen points which President Wilson furs nt a raving of CO per cent below service men, rejected on ui count of desire uf the sovereign of all the eight o'clock. She was taken with profusion of flowers boro mute tes timony of the love of her hots of Austro-Hungarla- n ottered for their consideration last present market prices. Itemembdr flat feet, broken arches, or minor peoples, who ac- influenza about a week ago, death friends. January, there would not be so many these arc all drummers' samples, no eligible; the latter class knowledge that their futum destiny resulting quickly, when pneumonia lire ugainst duplicates to be had of any closed must have points American bayonet their induction papers ac- can only be accomplished l:i a pa- developed last Saturday .She was CARD OF THANKS. them now. out pieces. companied by copy of physicians cific world, by being freed i"roni all the widow of the late J. C, Criscillis,, For the many expressions of sym On sale and display Friday nnd certificate of examination." disturbances, privations nnd soirows who died ubout two yeurs ugo. She pathy and acts of kindness to us in President Wilson is an excellent Saturday only, November 1st, and "d. wus a devout member of the Baptist our iny registrant desiring to enlist of war. correspondent. recent bereavement we wish to lie makes nothing "This Is why I address you direct- church and wus a conscientious, con sincerely thank our many friends. of getting up any morning and writ- The sooner you come the larger the in this service should notify this Dear in mind the date and Hoard Immediately. selection. ly, Mr. Secretary of State, praying cecratcd christian woman, greatly ing a billet doux to Dill. You might Mrs. Lou Peyton and family Captain E. E. Barclay, that you will have the goodness to beloved by friends and neighbors. however, cull his Lusltania note a place. Representatives of the MonCARD OF THANKS. treal Fur Co., will be pleased to show Commanding Operation Hranch, intervene with the President of the The family huve the sincere and 'nillv donX" you these rumples whether you buy Motor Transport Corps, Port of Em United States in order that in tho in- heartfelt sympathy of the communI desire tu thank the good people The practice of burning leaves is or not. barkation, Newport News, Va. terest of humanity, c.s In the interest ity, which Is extended, to them in of Lancaster, who were so kind to ' not only very unhealthy but wusteful this hour of grief. .. John Bracher and family, during his A few men's sample fur lined coats This special Order is only for a lim- of oil those who live in Austria-Hu- n as well. Leaves are nature's fertili- to be closed out at about one-haServices were conducted at the illness and ut his death,, and assure of ited time and registrants are urged gary, an immediate armistice may be zer ami If spread over the garden and regular retail value. concluded on all fronts and for an home yesterday afternoon, by Kev, them that such kindness will not be to act at once. allowed to remain until spring vlll Mrs. Rells Francis' Millinery Stare, James Oldham, Local Hoard For Garrard Co. overture that immediate negotiations Smith, pastor of the church at Cor-bi- forgotten. Ottenheim, Ky. aitiitly enrich the soil. and a relative of the deceased. Lancaster, Kentucky.. Lancaster, Ky. for peace will follow. The censed and It receive srS w Turkey Ready to Quit. LOR Original Patented Pipeless Furnace United War Work Campaign. For That SrcctnL .Coffee in the Morning Lid On Last Monday. CONN BROS New Produce Firm. Garrard's Part ittr Minimum Price For Hogs HASELDEN Bracher. BROS Kentucky Lancaster, S Forward League For Stanley. Peyton. AUSTRIA ASKS For Separate Peace. Text of Note. Anderson. FURS! FURS! Notice To All trants In Class One. Criscillis. fvmw,-jm- ?r - The Central Record, Thursday, Oct 31, 1918. Wilson Wants Stanley And a Democratic Congress tin n nuLr nim ELECT MEN WHO WILL FIGHT THE KAISER, NOT NOT CRITICS STANLEY STANDS WITH WILSON IN PEACE AS WELL AS IN WAR WILSON-SUPPORT- ERS, WILSON WANTS STANLEY TO iiim una. Tiir itfad wm nm int 3 EMINENT MINISTERS INDORSE STANLEY FOR SENATOR AH Wilson Wants a Democratic Senate To Conclude An Early and 1 Victorious Peace. Other Issues Must Give Way, Says Dr, W. W. Landrum,Onc of Louicville's Fore- 0 most Temperance Advocates. Ortobtr Dear l.rothr: Graes micy ami iae 11. fe Wilson Wants n Democratic Congress To Aid Him In Bringing the Boys Back Home. Juipi-ril I The one preat the wlnnlnir of the war and the rettlenent of the momentum ttietin art-- . nc after the war ?hoe ((uetlon inuit be settled l thf party that alua)a vitseatna the lreafdent. I helicte our brother Uitl.ffe voted us lie piajed nhvn he uieit to nomihoi tlj tot All is tliev nate flttv. Stanley for Sent tor. I be. rray. Just now tlie burden f ouri Iiee Senator Trost -- poU .is h pray l Introdiued !ov, pra)fr should b? that the world, may nlontr hii he Senator l.fckham. Stanley 1 be-Iwith be made l.tojil lion. 11. V. McChemey votes as for democracy. Oeorse, piemier Hieat I.ritnln, at he prays when he I imports Jov Stanley know of no more you know, the molt dlstlriBUlhed cons,for Senator. ientious llapttats in Kentucky. Hap Mat In the uoild, wrote Mr. Cole And there nte others. With malice towards none and with man, resident of th Northern Hap-tlwe do on "Tell the llaptiat rharlty for all. Insisting asconaclentl-- , Conentlon: Haptlst Individualism imd brotherhood thnt w a if fifth tin? for nutnes. I am nlllin? to place myself Baptist principles." Hftionff thvte of our brotherhood who Baptist principle ate democratic bellee that this Is the time for all be principles. Demociatlc principles are men to withsure they are In perfect our President. Cov, nccoid In this country In the hand Stanley Is such n man and the Pre!-deof the Democratic patty. A Democan tely President In the mouthpiece rf er ihe war. on him d urine and aftcratic that party. Ilia word will iloe the With all Kood wishes and hfffh war and determine matters after the fraternally ours for demowar. Behind htm exery lover of dem- cratic principles In both church and ocratic principles ahould Maud to- State. day. ' T K.s an. nrAlilklHAntil nrl,tkl. DON HI.N'OI.KTAnY, M. .M.. Modeiatur, tlon la re adjudlcato. The Kentucky! Clinton. Ky, T iJinmlnp a t?ott of n rMtin read to-traid to hato bttn (iae-e- ii by tlie Western Baptl't The title cf t)ie rper rfpntt lit "Vou a Vou rry." lit. In IM. uttlt ' th-- ' Ioui ill ir fRilitnrr m taed ilm h pro'iibl iNmvrc? i voted h dry nut Un. National prohibition in in iad an iiue a or free niUar. I ametHlme-nt. u .u iilca. Voilrmv Vilm lll pvtililv brutR leacc anil order to a ilif traded world Thi Kluriou U v.itt be and hi rt arc rrpiiduled at the poll ami be ilclaed I.oiIrc ami Tenrosr ami their faithful fullimrr. l)r I'.mntr. Lcics am! lofty by a Senate in thorough accord ith hi are permitted Iive5. means ! cotitintt.i'u-- itI earnestly desire the election of Governor Stanley to the United States Senate." loved one bit patty and hi follower T r tlic ake Support U of our brac Uvs abroad; indore him fur the akr cf their loved cues at home, tiladdcn the reat heart of the firt citizen cf the orbl b a otc.of conlidencc nn N'ovetrtlier .1. n. iinruvr--arheckle and harass him, Kerv of preci.m tnifcglc mcaiu the lo i ihi rar Imitr of waiting fur the return of our da' y Stanley Indorsed By Labor It is my moot eamet wth that Mr btaidej ma rontinuc to serve all of the people of the nation, and particularly the earner a an official representative in public office, SNMLT.I. CflMIM K. rraternally our. l'rcii!ent Ainerican I'rderatiou of Lalmr. W00DR0W WILSON During The Spanish-Americ- CaSli, Ky., Oct. 12, I91S. atlentlim lim lieni callca to a Utenient In the Louisville preiw that all tlx j.rwch.r. In our the election of funley en Senator. The author of that pronouncem.nt had never lonn re opnnl comulted me. I am not a Democrat In politico, and am not now Interested one In the pnrtlan iihanei of thin campaign. Hut my eober Judgment of tha lue Involved compel me to favor the election of Mr. Stanley In preference to .Mr. Uruner. Certain Haptlet Aiwoclatloiin In Weetern Kentucky have seen fit In the exercises of their Inalienable right to urge our people to lote uralnst Xlr. Stan-lebut to that aJilce 1 cannot consent. The I'rohobltion question Is a neslUlble matter In this campaign. That lue has reached such a Mace that no matter which man Is elected, his ote nil! fall 'on the right side. ilr. Stanley's personal or do habttpat to apresentgood not determine on which side his vote will be cast. TVhen nation-wid- e prohivote, bition come seiwe and good politics will put Stanley on the prohibition side. Hut, were his vote known to be usa!nt nation-wid- e prohibition, I should still emphatically favor his election. The support of the I'lesldent In the pro.ecmlon of this war Is also a secondary matter. Both Mr. Ilruner and Mr. Stanley can be depended upon to light this war through to a finish. In the present fever-heof American patriotism, it would not be Kood sense or good politics for a Senator not to do so. Were the patriotic proeutlon of this war the issue between these two men, I would not turn my hand over fur the diffeicnie between them. The lsue-l- n this lampalgn is greater and nn.re vital than either of the things named. That issue Is this: Shall tertaln definite Ideals of social, economic and political Justice for the world be realised For the first time In many jeais we seem to have a President whose thinking Is as clear and thorough as his purpose Is poMtlve and Thinkers and idealists to whom this era of Justice has been a pleas-an- t dream, and vthu have been somewhat skeptical of all politicians and their promises (even of Wilson at the outet) are now confident that they have as a I'retldent a man whose thought moves on as lofty a pncn as uieirs. una wno aio nas ine political acument to translate those ideals Into legislation. OUH eoNKHJHNCK IH IX WOODltOW WILSON. Let me quote from a recent magaiine Issue: "IMotresalve cltlieiis of whatever party have adopted Tresident Wilson a their leader." Ilio iim l.il niultcr In tliKi aiiiiialgii Is not n liaublanlcy or Ilruner will do whll the war is on, but what ihf) will ilit vthi-i- i tin., v.ar Is emlcl. Klther man will, fight the war through to a finish It would be his llnlsli If he did not Hut. the probabilities are that one man wouM follow the leadership of Ills wrly ihlrflaln ami go Ulinti: WOOIHIOW WII.SOX IS fiOI.VG, while the other man would line up with one of the two sections of ihe llepublican party. It is on that probability" that I FAVOA WHOLE HEAItT-KIH.TIIK IXI.CTIO.V Ol STANLEV AS OUH SENATOR. Wilson baa tile Idea ud the Ideal.: hr, iimil now the chain- to put I hem Into law. I am for glilng Mm the MAN HE WANTS so that full re- Niiillillliy inn la- - thrift on him for any failure. If there Is failure. To my mind thee vast and matters of social Justice, Of economic, right, of political liberty demand with compelling voice that every man who loves his fellow shall vote for Stanley as a Wilson man. Sincerely, LIISLIK I. SANDERS, Pastor First Baptist Church. ,My Cadiz Minister Exposes Campaign Canard an War, ROOSEVELT SAID: "A refusal to sustain the President this year will, in the eyes of Europe, be read as a refusal to sustain the war. ' ' If THEN, Why Not NOW? BECKHAM BACKS STANLEY have left the mot prcssini; and urgent duties at the National Capital and tiavclrd a thousand mile to hriiif; to joti this message that your President and In associates are watching with anxious and intense interest the outcome of tin election in Ki ntncky and are hoping that you will not fail to show your appreciation of the splendid work which ha been 1 done by KivinK a vote of confidence on the November election day and electing In the Senate Gov. A. O, Stanley. x$F.XATOU J. C. . IIW KIIAM. World Will Consider Election of Republican Congress a Repudiation of Wilson President Says "A Vote For Bruner Is a Vote Against Me." Democratic Defeat Would Hamper Nation At Critical Time. ' "My Fellow Countivmeti: "The Congressional elections are at hand. They occur In the must critical period our country has ever faced or la likely to face In our time. If you have approved of my leadrtahlp and wish me to continue to be your unembarrassed spokesman In affairs at home and 'alroad, I earnestly keg that ou will express yourself unmistakably to that effect by returning a Democratic majority to both the Senate and llouss of Representatives. "I am our servant and will accept your Judgment without cavil, but my power to administer the great trust assigned me bV the constitution would be seriously Impaired, should your Judgment be adverae. and I must frankly tsll you so because so many critical Issues dspend upon Jour verdict. No scruple of taste must In grim times like these be allowed to stand In the way of speaking -. the plain truth. IMilded LrwtVrshlp- f, "I Jvv no tl0g of fUjntotUiej that Jny )lltkal party le - paramount In mailers of patriotism. I feel ton deeply the sacrifices which have been made In this war by all our It Irons irrespective o( party affiliations tu harbor such an Idea. I mean only that the difficulties and delicacies of gur proent task are of a si rt that IDttkes Ij. Imperatively necessary that the nation should ttlvu Its unfltvldtd support to the government under a unified ieadeistlp and that. llepublican I'ongreta would divide the leadership, IhU'ipretatloii Abroad. t .'."The return of a RepuMUan majority tu either House of the Comrree Would, moteour, be InterpietaUve on the other side of toe water as a repudiation of my leadeishlp. Spokesmen of the Its. publican party are uiking you to elect a Republican Cohsrcs In older to back up and support the President, but even If they should in this Impose upon some credulous votera on this side of the water, they would Impose on no one on the other side. It Is well under stood there as well as here that the Republican leaders desire not so much to support the Piesldent as to control htm. "The people of the Allied countries with whom we are nsso. elated against llermany are quite familiar with the significance nf elections. They would find It very dlffiiiilt In bell.ve that the Voteis of the I'nlted Stales hail ihii.rn tu Sllppmt their I'rvst dent by electing tu the t'nngrrea a majority roimollril by thuf who are In fact not In simpnlhy with the altitude and union of the administration, IW Sale nf .Nullum "I need not tell uu, my fellow men, Ihut 1 urn nskliu )our suppoit not for my own sake or for the sake nf u pulltlcnl party, but for the sake of Ihe nation Itself In imli-- r that its Inward unity of purpose may be evident to nit the vvoild, In ordliiaiy times 1 would not feel at liberty tu make such an appeal tu ou In ordinary times divided touiuela tan lie endured without permanent hurt to the country. Hut the. uti-- nut ordinary times. If In these critical das It I. jour wish In sustain tne with undivided minds. I beg that )..u will say so in a wuy which It will tu miauiulii'ttand ilther at home or among our not be posi-lblassociates on the other side of the lea, I submit my difficulties und my hopes to )uu. 'WOOIHIOW WIIJiON" DON'T BE A SLACKER AT THE POLLS VOTE THE DEMOCRATIC TICKET NOVEMBER 5 The Central Record, Thursday, Oct 3 1 1918. ified rupture ot the prospect of subRaisers jugating nature nftcr completing the Food Administrator' Makes Resubjugation of the Hohcnzotlerns. But the scheme i) just. The draft quest On Sale of Fowls. takes an enormous toll among the TO THE FAItMEHSi farmer boys. Physical strength is Due to your compliance, by our the first requirement, and where is It Government to produce all the poulfound so uniformly, ns among farm- try possible, wherever it is pract" Public Sale OF This Is 3d!er Than Laxaiivas On WHI Poultry Itn TibCt 6aeh til 14 Mifct Toor ftr CdM4l0ltion Crrtt V .rJit'ij Unnccvi Com.tr Mty. try It. t " AWtik nd -l IkhIjt an-mnin it mui. j low ltiU(jir i.i'.Im in?nna i' u ir clnffed L iv. I it tun, pwlll . in faction nrwl l f f i ljnmM u ir' J Kama wlikh r tlietUl nwi caril'l t' jl..,!. j tfty. Tho mult It v. .1 Iti(Ucl.M, Ulzzliicsi, r.mted tjij' , l'i Uta Uvfr, MU' a atta L, ot c.i- jj truur oprtlto, imir,prt.hcyJ t1nl, hjIjuty co?uilex'm iiitiilc, tkH diiMio, nnl ufttu time) t,rlou4 UU t 1 tuftlmllatlun ers? llCM. OMlnarj l.ixttlv, nii'l clt.(, o.Ij, c .mi ort'l I hi hkfr iiiay r.irto tir hmw, Iut real. I.utlrt,- cm cnl cmo tltruufiU u cf r.i. JiIu Uvxt ton a air: LAND STUCK AID IMPLEMENTS up nal !icnu-hf- i t:.a lU"tUa ui T.'fll on t!i rti.tmi ti i urxaiii. Ot a So tux of Nature Remtdy (Nil TjM.Mj) a,i I ta1.i on t.iMct raclt t U. n nljtlit 1 r ll fullonr daj-th vry J.rnt Pom, lmt a I ailJ Vlll rL, Ufole juU r.t. th4 full -- t ! U"n Ktt i.tM o'it anl f'U Jujt rUht tmltht osaiu ytj nee 1 riot t.ko taHllti4 ily tin you." fc Kit Tablet lil tit :i In tuoilltli'ii n l ;irt will nlwayn our U t Ueeplns fll I ruler u' c1 i,"rr tlim pttlnir well. aw The heirs and widow of the late George Marshbanks will on Saturday, Nov. 2nd, at 10 A. M. on the premises sell the farm owned by the deceased and local ed about :i miles west ot Lancaster, KentucKy, consisting ot bb acres, more or less, oCgood fertile sandstone land, said farm has on it a residence, and two tobacco barns. This is a dandy little farm and in a high state of cultivation. Same will be offered in two tracts and then .as .whole and the highest bid will be accepted. The terms of sale will be one half cash on Jan, 1st, 1919, when poss ession will be given, and balance m one and two years with lien retained on land and the deferred payments to draw interest at (5 per cent per an num. Seeding privileges for this year granted to purchaser. At the same time and place there will be sold the following live stock and farming implements; One cow and calf; one sqw and seven pigs; one hillside plow; one land plow; two double shovel plows; one land roller; one cultivator; one grind stone; One half barrel roof paint; Five squares of rubber roofing; two bales of shingles; some plow gear and harness; one mowing machine and hay rake. Other things too numerous to mention. kvi VS. - ftti m v iwn u wa ..v ku ru u wm - does he find it in such nbundnnro ns on the farm? Since then to heavy a drain is likely to be made upon one class of kB population, it is only fair that that i Naturt'a flemtdy (Nit TnMm aro ilass should be specially considered bill, KtiiniM ei anJ reconiiut'iiJttl ty in plans of replenishment nnd readjustment. The program should be It. . McROUERTS, Lnciler, Ky. framed as. to meet the needs of the largest number of candidates making claims upon it, anil thore v. ho by the rircuni!.tances of their upbringing arc not fitted fci u scheme of coloni. ' HM I f zation will be given every chancj of rdapting thcmselvj t. i!s W tin S . . i , Jk . .VI i'l.ey w.ll not have vtiy much to 1v f .'t'Vi'M learn after their I.fc in camp. ili.ny thou-aut- is will not need to I avail themelves at all of its advantages, und the pioneers who do We have heard much about the will nrrive ntne tcy soon to stem the of territorial tide of cityward migration which has proposed reclamation tracts to provide homestnads for re- contributed so much to unwholesome turning soldiers. The voire of ap- I congestion in recent years. proval i h'lidest, but here and thcie What Ailed the Man. sounds a note of criticism. "Oh, inn" .li.nii.-lltl!,. i:M,., ',nit who not natural that tho-It out the wind.iw quick. There em- - a have never frit the lure of the faun man nil lmkeu .mt with wlilfcrr." much less that of the 'Vildtrncs should s.iow more than a lui.cwarm enthusiasm about the scheme. Agriculture culls for a special combina tion of ountitH-s- , and - colonization Poultry Tonic even more so. A farmer is us much 9 jo'i cin mai..i 12 a specialist these days as a laryngolo-gi- t. olluitiof tlio lvt nnd needs ten times as much luitrriorleknown z .I h i. ml., ot fanfe This portentous truth us N.IUl ll.rluthe li,J. VCtllj Cures sad iir.enn kiemw. appreciated in I.rsc:ister than better . cuou-ra- . in i but i. u no long-- r At ilruc in he large cit KKls or hy null ilii;.li. t rven t' ?r"; ani ninny ropu- Poultry Uau fni ci Swi in tisrtjCs,lu!itii,lf. loui centres'hii e cort ibuted iju tns Haseldcn Brothers. of ruMiira who will sr .w only a qual rcu.j y'i adapted to the exactions of army life chickens In the Central, West, South, as the kind that is found on the fun.'. North and Northwest, with n shortThis is ii war of machinery, nnd th" age of labor, shortage of curs for cities contain many kinds of machine-hr..ids- j transportation, shortage of freezing hut the experitnee of most cf space that is being used for freezins '.hem is of the narrower kind, w hero- meats to be chipped to our soldiers, ns the farmer has to be ready for nny and Allies abroad, and in order to sort ot emergency from repairing mntket this poultry in a way to prehis electric light plant to tinkering vent waste of some of the product, his tractor. And when n horse or and in order to help out the transmule needs doctoring he hns the portation situation nnd the freeze ine-hand tied to n tree. problem, we nsk your patriotic coopThe robust body and the dextrous eration to carry on the following hand these are the rhcrchnndise that suggestions: Uncle Sam is hunting, and where 1st Market only well matured mach- No human materlul is so emily cable, we find n very large crop of gl ft i' Homeseekers. birds, leaving the others on the farm to grow and increase the amount of poultry flesh. 2nd From now until December 1, the larger percentage of old hens are moulting, are. unattractive in appearance, weigh less und you should market only those birds that are full feathered holding the balance until after December 1st. Ird Whenever practicable hold ns many birds as possible on the farm until nfter January 1st in order to relieve the freezer situation. 1th Keei ell pullets for egg rro- durtiun this winter and next spring. Cth East ' f the Mississippi river market turkeys that are intended for Thanksgiving from November 10th to November ISth, end West of Mississippi from November 8th to November holding the balance until December 7th, as usualy n large percentage of turkeys reaching the market too late for Thanksgiving must be placed In cold storage, room for which this year is unavailable for reasons above ttated. 12 Gals. tjf v T. King, Auctioneer, MIHMHIMMIMMMt ADMX. OF GEO. MARSHBANKS. PROCLAMATION TO The undersigned iiereoy give warning to all persins not to trespass upon our lands for any purpose whatever ns we will prosecute all otfenders t the fullest extent of the law. Hunters nnd fishermen especially take notice. Mrs. Cora Phillips, II. U Elkin, Mrs. Emma Daniels, It. U Arnold. Mrs. Sarah J. P. Hackley POSTED - at 2 o'clock P. M., at my place in Bryantsville, sell to the highest bidder, When Preachers Cust.. the tol lowing personalty: A. Sometime an at Sandusky two hundred preachers attended the One extra good all purpose horse, extra good harness horse. sjnod of the Reformed Church of America. The usual exercises form- One pair of good coming mules, ed part of the proceedings, which included prajers for the sucTwo good weanling mare mule colts. cess of the allied armies and for the overwhelming defeat of Geriminy, . One good four year old milk cow, The prayer were In Gerjnan. H. J. PATRICK, Several arguments may be urged Eight good short yearling steers, weight about pOO pounds, to show lhat'Euglisli would have been Dentist. more appropriate, or French- - or even Seven good weanling steer calves, Japanese. But the arguments may be raved; ninny of the aged ministers One eight year old family mare, Kentucky. nature. Paint Lick. (ilven Under My Hand this l'.Uli. could understand no language but One extra good sow and seven pigs. day of October, in the year of their native German. When venerable preacher feel that nine our Lord, one thousand Dr. Printus Walker hundred and eighteen and in the they will be trilling with the Al One set of plow gear; One set of buggy harness, One Buena Vista Saddle, mighty If they cuss the Kaiser in n VETERINARIAN. one hundred and . tongue that they can't understand good as new; One A narrow; One good rubber tire Buggy; One lull and year of the Commonwealth. Day or Promptly Calls Answered tools; rubber tire machine; good blower; and we need entertain no doubt us to Complete set of Black-smit- h A. 0. .STANI.KY.Govcrnor, NUM. Phon. 317. their loyalty. Thank Heaven, shop, all comparatively new. two steel everything needed in an have many eitiicns of German blood, KENTUCKY. James P. Lewis, Secty of State, LANCASTER. box;-On- e fain; gate; A lot of pitch forks; Forty E. Matt Kurr, Asst Secty of State. churchmen and laymen both, whose hog troughs; One hog fidelity to the land of their adoption barrels of corn; four tons of mixed hay; stands the acid test, mid stands it Fire And Accident dally. refrigerator; One old fashion SOME HOUSEHOLD GOODS-O- ne Prevention Day The could easily h.ive sanitary couch; one folding Bed; One, good sewing maused English, und those who didn't wardrobe; One Fine Cut Flowers. Saturday, November 2nd. understand could have signified con chine; One good leather Davenport, One kitchen safe; One table and The Honorable A. O. Stanley, Gov- currence by preserving that inert John M. McRoberts other furniture. ernor of Kentucky, in u proclamation condition of torpid unconsciousness of this date, has designated the which ho often characterizes u prayer TERMS MADE KNOWN ON DAY OF SALE. I'KOI'I KKNTl'ChY. (iKKKTINT. i greater now The imtiacc of fire than ever, and the wmte resulting from it ciitnils h more irreparable lo Tins ii a time for a maximum cf product. on ami of conervation, SaJIbsSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS. nrnl u minimum of waste. Thousands of tons of precious food stuffs, milU wpiWIIIbll lot. lion of feet of lumber, homes which not lie reproduced on urcount of DANVILLE, - KENTUCKY. run scarcity of labor, all are destroythe Opposite Gilcher Hotel. ed liy file which could, with proper OHic. Hours 8 lo 12 and 1 to 5 p.m. rare, have heen prevented. It is tlic duty of every cititen to assist in the prevention of fires und in bettering D. those conditions which produce them. 1, A. O. Stanley, Governor of this Commonwealth, therefore designate SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2. l'JIK, I.ivery Stable. DAY, as KIRK AND ACCIDENT Olllce at Itainey Kentttckv and upon this day rail upon the peoLmcusler. ple of this Commonwealth to remove from their premise all substances which are liable to produce fire. See that all the heating device and I chimneys are in safe condition. MINERAL DIRECTOR recommend the closest inspection especially of More-home- s and innnu Ofllca Over National ltank. facturing plants, hotels anil factories, Itesidence l'hone'3. Ofllce l'lione 27 and call upon the local authorities to l.ANCASTElt.KY. give careful attention to lire proven tion, lire protection and the preveti I ask that fire tion of accidents. drills und exercises be held in nil pub' lie anil private schools, und that ill' tructions and lessons die given in Eire Protection uiiihEiie Prevention, und against accidents of every j CARDS, ' Mjj j Till: K OK lf .J.J.Byrne Exclusive tent, we request und urge that the mdjurs ami officials of our cities, towns and villages throughout the State also issue n proclamation foi a general clean-uand fire prevention day on Saturday, November 2 We appeal to nil civic bodies inch us Boards of Trade, Chambers of Commerce, Committees on Eire Prevention, Wumens Clubs, Housewives, Boy und Girl Scout Organizations, superintendents, principals and teachers of public, private und parochial schools, fire1 chiefs and members of their departments, and upon every hundred per cent, ioy.il American to put forth his best effort on th day for the prevention of fires uivl disease within the Commonwealth f Kentucky. Let us all i making Kentucky tire, accident an diseuse proof. T. B. PANN'KM.. State Fire Mnt-ha-i, P IBUt SUE Having decided to move to Lancaster, I will on Pryor, Dr. Wm. Surgeon Veterinary and Dentist. Saturday, Nov. 2nd, J. Beazlev al-- o - -- twenty-sixt- h up-to-da- te Honakex W. A. WHEELER DENTIST . -4 prayer-leade- r SECOND DAY OE NOVEMBER, EIRE AND '18 meeting, LANCASTER Houri .m. KENTUCKY. Drug Store. throughout the Ofllce over Storm p.ms 7:30-9p.- PREVEN TION DAY Commonwealth of to repudiate national traditions that Kentucky. In order to have had less than a generation In In this good work to the fullest ex which to become extinct. ' ACCIDENT te Uut they wanted ti more intimately in the. fes tival of malediction against Prussian tyranny. And it Is no light inStter A. T. Scott, BRYANTSVILLE, KENTUCKY. The Central Record, Thursday, Oct 31, 1918. ALWAYS GOOD AT THE Its a nice thing to have a Clothing Store like this where you know you can always buy good clothing, and that's our record because we handle fine clothing made by HART SCHAFF-NEclothing. AND MARX who make nothing but good We have some of the snappiest styles we have ever shown for men and boys and plenty of them. Our prices we think are unusually low for the quality we offer considering these strenuous war times. Come in and let us convince you on the qualities and prices. R all-wo- ol Quality Clothing Store n $40. BOYS SUITS & OVERCOATS family-Ha- MENS SUITS & OVERCOATS $15. Shoes for the whole ts $5 to $18. I and Furnishings for men and boys, the quality idea carried out In every line JAS. W. SMITH, Lancaster, Kentucky. We only lost twelve out of our ComP fence. Deported France and pany, and now we arc Kick in re- Belgian captives digging herjij a few days rest. Don't INCORPORATED. IS servo for trenches and making her muknow KHAKI COLUMN d get to how long will be here. I didn't Si. 50 a year, nitions could be sweated isueo Weekly. for write any while we were in the many weeks while, plenipot J. . ROBINSON. Editor. S trenches so I will try and write every I ran while I am here. - We are day 3.L. ELKIN. Local Editor and Mgr. entiaries asked freak riddles across a table. The following letter to .Mrs. J. W. having some pretty weather here Ky., now, interedit tba Tot omcd In Lancaster. Instead, the president has S. Simpson, is from her son. Private while hut was very muddy ami rainy i ffconl Clan Mall Mailer. we were on the Front. have aimed at discrediting the Ger Bailey I Simpson, who was in train- seen several air battles, saw the Member Kentucky Press Association man high command and the ing at Camp Stuart, Newport News, Americans bring down a Dutch airaod Virginia. plane, but it burned up before it hit oligarchy of Potsdam. The "Dear Mother: Eighth District Publishers League, populace are invited to forsake I will write you a letter as I have the ground. We have been under a Rates For Political Announcements the guidance which gives them not heard from you since sometime in heavy barrage. There are n few G. I. cans over now, I For Precinct and Citv Offi:e t 6.00 military power while it keeps September. I nm going to leave here them as going go over, G. cm hear I cans are they ror County Offices 10.00 them in They tomorrow for France, Iand so don't be German Shells, they hate six inch uneasy about me for will take care tor State and District Offices.... 15.00 are not threatened with indem- of myself. Tell Holiart I said "so and eight inch, anil diirerent sizes, For Calls, per line nities just yet. Though it long, and that I would get the Kai but nil of them has a hum like they For Cards, per line were big as a barrel. Some of them Tor all publications In the inter, is not raised just now there is ser , ell I will write again as noon are gas shell. I have been in some est of Individuals or expresno doubt about its introduction as I arrive in France. So take care gas but didn't get enough to hurt me. sion of individual views, per nil at the conference. Delgian of yourself. Telldoing my friends hello I guess I will have to close as it line .10 and that 1 am my bit for my plenipotentiaries will be there. country in France. is getting late and we can't have any Obituaries, per line .05 light as there is danger of having a French representatives with With love, G. I. can putting it out. You were long memories will present a Your boy. Kt., October 31. 1918 Luculer, speaking nbout sending me some Bailey S. Simpson". few exercises in scientific book tobacco: you had better wait until I . keeping. Your Uncle Sam write you again because don't know The following letter to his mother, will also find time to rake up Mrs. Jnnlcs Hume, has been received whether I could get it or not. I will close, write soon. a few bygones, and the pass from Private Walter Hume, and will Private Thos K. Price. enger list of the Lusitania will be interesting to his numerous Garnot be the only document in his rard county friends. "Co. M., Dili Infantry, A. K. F.. Dear Mother: portfolio. via New York. I few let Germany may have a plpce you will write you a well. lines tonow Somewhere In France. I am know that I am DEMOCRATIC TICKET. at the conference table or in France. We were 25 days on the Dear Sister and Brother: will write you u few lines today. For United States Senator. under it but she will do most water. I like this country fine and I ran A. 0. STANLEY, I wouldn't have' missed the trip for This leaves me still on the go. of the listening. I CeevtUM 1911 lUrt cVtWfwi It Um The Central Record I Hester. On Monday morning, Oct. 28th, 7 o'clock, the Death Angel visited the home of Mr. Zack Hester and took from it their hsby boy, Frnnk Walker, aged 14 years, 1 month and 20 das. He uai only ill right days with Spanish influrnia. He leaves a father, four brothers, two sister, two half sisters and one half brother to mourn the loss of a dear loving boy. They are: Mrs Olvin Peyton of Lancaster, James, Hubert, Kdd and Bettle of .Manse, Zack In the training camp at Lexington, and Oacar, with the American Expeditionary Forres, Somewhere in France, Mrs. Major Holmes of Manse, and Mrs. John C'olaon of Point l.eavell. He was a member of the Presbyterian church at old Paint I.ick. Frank wat n sweet little boy, always willing to dn any thing for any one who asked him, and was loved by all who knew hin). Buggies, Buggies. of solid top bug gies Juat receded, this Is the Ul solid top buggies we can get. Hu now while you can get them. W. J. HomaT A fine shipment at . Toot Your Horn. quasi-servitud- e. of Henderson, Kentucky, For Congress HARVEY HELM, of Stanford. NEXT TUESDAY. upon every patriotic Kentuck- tn to lay down party preju dices and go to the polls on November fifth, next Tuesday and send back to Washington a Congress that will uphold him in the victorious progress being made by our country he destiny ot the nation, is now in the hands of the Na tional leader. He calls in a serious hour for your help. It is pointed out that the election of Governor Stanley to the senate and Hon. Harve Helm to congress is of the greatest importance to this unhampered progress of the war undertakings. Voters are asked to be active in securing those who are entitled to vote at this election to be out and do their duty.. There being no public meetings or political speakings in connection witli this election on account of the "flu" epidemic many patriotic voters who would help uphold the hands of the President may forget to go to the polls unless some neighbor informs them of the importance of the day. Go and see your neighbor and talk the matter over with him and tell him of the President's appeal and the reasons he should lay aside all predjudlc- s tie may formerly have had and vote at this election to send n Democratic congress to Washington. Itepublican leaders are making a partisan appeaPto those who have been affiliated with that party. Nothing would more disturb the conditions now existing than have the enemy nations conceive that our war plans are repudiated at home. Let every patriotic Kentuck-la- n heed President Wilson's appeal, and go to the polls next Tuesday and vote for Stanley for the Senate and Helm for Congress. 1 Kentucky: President Wilson has called HAVE PATIENCE. The general tone of President Wilson's replies to the Germnn overtures have caused a slight disappointment in certain , circles both here and abroad. The subject of reparation seems to have been carefully left out, and jts absence invests the messages with a mildness which has exposed our attitude as a nation s. to the criticisms of the over-zealou- These critics have overlooked the real nature of the German proposals. They were a carefully prepared but fairly obvious snare. The Prussian diplomat hoped for one of two alternatives ; the president would either demand reparation to the last penny, or he would agree to an armistice. If he did the former the German government could easily interpret the reply to the masses as a proof of allied rapacity; they could quote the stupendous figures tabulating the Belgian and Serbian indemnities, and with a very little verbal jugglery convince their following that their only hope lay in fighting to the last cartridge. Such an answer would solidify the half disintegrated elements in German politics. If the president agreed to an armistice it would not only France and England from us but it would give Germany the respite she needed to establish new lines of de- - In 11107 two Detroit automobile companies filed articles of astocia tlon and drained medium-prn-models. When they were put wi sale there was very little differem in the details of construction. a..i their appearance was about th same They had really leen designed l. the same engineer He was urfgma. ly employed bv one of th.. but went to work for th- - other afti completing most of the layouts, ar on joining the second company found positions for some of the tei nlcal staff who had worked for h on his former Job. Jirsult: two cars at about the sann g price, equally And equally welj constructed. Sad am sudden was the call, One of the companies is goinr 1 I could not realise or understand strong jet, and the other failed in a What they said. year and a half. The second con When they came and told me pany's car never caught on with trc he was dead. public I The president of thn rtrt n,,.,, A child of his word, honest and fair. was an advertising expert of national A heart full of sympathy, a mind full ' reputation, who had got Into trc or cneer. automobile game because he ta v Any task willing to do, from nothing money In It.' -- Hr harilfy'knciv'a Jac liil he shirk, 1 shaft from n fishing pole, and In. I Eer ready for his duty, a lover of made his name, by pushing the sale of work. hnve been "over the top" in labor saving office appliances. anything. But There are plenty of say places for us boys to go at night. We actual battle. 1 guess you have seen After services at the grave by his the nature of the product didn't matHe understood publicity. go to the Y. M. C. A. and to the Cav. in the papers about the big American pastor, Itcv. W M. Eldridge, his body ter. Sept. 12th. We sure went We are all salesmen in a sense. airy Army. We have plenty to eat, .Drive on . I, was laid peacefully to rest in old .... r I. -- : . . I. . I. K An office boy applying for a job , I found some things cheaper over " ,1'aint I.ick cemetery, 7 e raptured several marketing his services, and the one here than I thought I would. Tobacca is sure great. who makes the best impression gets is cheaper than in the States. 1 ran thousand Germans and killed scores, the Job. It isn't enough to have a buy as much tobacco here for three I don't think it will last long at that are sure cents as I can in the States for ten rate. The American's What do you think of a special car f00'1 commo'!"y "Icf you mu.t cents. I have hail some of the U. S. fighting people. I went over ami ing carried to and from Lebanon11 your ru,,0,n" know Tt. and it is nothing to his detriment if you dts- money changed for French money came back and never got n .crctch, inunv of the i..ia..n.r t ruin Uncle Sam has got "some" soldiers "I,M' your l'ro,luf' convincingly and then I had more than before I He buy booie? had it changed as U. S. money is over here and others still coming. ' ,,u': BU' " ' times, too';' "ut forc,',l ell. Wade, I have been cutting V. ell, worth more than French money. ruch is the ense. Some times disadvantage If he never learns all hair for the boys. I have some hair I have seen many strange things it takes two coaches to accommodate the merits of what you have to red, on my trip. The French people have clippers and a pair of German sris, the rrowil that comes down on No. sors so I guess I will get rich. queer ways of traveling, they all use 22 and 24 to the "wet spot" I.eba. We are having some ruin here now. carts. They call the U. S. the States lion. The coaches have been dubbed awful muddy. I have a good rain "The Flu Special" and it seem strange to me. and the name is 1 got your letter from Fort BenJ. coat. I'm still sleeping on the not a bad one. A gentleman who ground, camping here, there and holds a reoponsible Harrison. Have you heard from position with the Anion yet, if you have bu sure and about. My home is any where I lie I anil N. told the writer Sunday that lown. Hiking is nothing new to me. he don't forget to give me his address would wuger that nt least 1,500 j eo 1 can write to him. I nm not over hike all night some times, as far as gallons of whiskey was put on pas, I get good eats. 20 kilometers. forty miles from the front. Every, enger train No. 21 Saturday night a Mrs. J. A. Cox, oIAI-derso- n, I urn still with my boy friend from thing looks good to me here. Tell week ago. There were two roaches W. Va., writes: New Mexico. We went over together of Uncle Floyd I nm going to write to ".My daughter . . . sul-lerthe booic hunters and each fellow and came back together, lie is a him. Tell everyone hello for me. terribly. She coulJ carried one and many two grips' I will close, hoping to hear from christian fellow, and I am proud of chock full of the net turn In bed the "lu" medicine.' him. We read our Bibles together. There is a law you soon. doctors cave her up, and against taking whiskey' 1 haven't heard I from home since With much love, we brought her home to into dry territory hut in theso unus. left Camp Shelby, I know you folks ual times the die. She had tul'crcd to Private Walter L. Hume. infraction is not untie. have written, guess it has been mis- ed, It Co. II. 3rd Bn., J2 Engineers. YA much at time. Hav seems. The gentleman also I wonder if you placed some where, ing heard cl Cardul, we American Expeditionary Forces, said that there were men in the bunch i I all hear from me. wrilo every who had come nil via New York: the way from YA "0,U,or ,,cr" chance I have. I haven't received Tennessee ami some few as far as uny pay since I've been over here. The following interesting letter Georgia after the whisky. In many I guess boys aro scarce nround instances they carried orders from' from Private Thomas K. Price, was I have met lots of good written to his ssiter, Mrs. Hunter there now. reputable physicians that the whisky boys over here from nil parts of the was Davis. for medicinal use and the sick "Co. M 300th Infantry, Am. E. K world. Tell inn and pa hello for me ones back home must have it. In and to not think too much about my fait, it eem that the physicians' Somewhere in France, being absent for I am all O. K. ami Dear Sister: The Wmkq's Tonic manv or th v.nl !.,... ..... a nrounil I will unswer your letter as I have hope to return safely some time. scribe n liberal use of whisky us both aV?J Well I will close hoping how soon a Just finished reading it and have preventive ami cure for the eni.'fc'j "In a few days, the be. nothing else to do. This leaves mo I may hear from you all. So takel demic, which is the worst thing Km ta improve," Mrs". that Cox continues, ''and had well ami happy, and hope you aro the life easy and don't bother about me, has struck this WJ no trouble at , . . Cardul same. You Raid you sent mo some m.V. W'il" cured tier, and we tinz -candy but I haven't gotten It yet. as ollen as l can on mo special-, lis pralccg everywhere." tne men In most TA Your loving brother, Guess I will get it In a few days, If I We receive many thou(cases behaving themselves like gen- sands ot similar letters don't will let you know. They say Kverettjeba.tian. tleinn.. Interior Journal. ever year, telling ol the they are not going to let the people good Cardul has done for send things over here Christmas withwomen who suffer from BOOKlEPING Oh. why should the spirit of n.orul1 complaint! to common to out an order, so I don't know whether be. uroudt 'a. I .... ,T" T., incur sex. TYPEWRITING and a ii suouid do I will get the candy or.not. ,wmyini, car like wA you. gooa, i00, Try TELEGRAPHY. Well sis, you asked me If I had I NCIICILUIE WiU uuvtui. .'"""- been in the Trenches. Yes, I have a fata, ii I i A breuk in th avI i.1...t fn ii... niMiri fiaftrr'1 Nmhii. emmmu been In the trenches about three u.ki.t buiuH, kirn drtu mm lie puMeth from life to the heuvetilv HMksBaM weeks and we went ''over the top". IfijMWiuii'a a. choir. Luk Mcl,uk. ftJTtf.Lus. 1 rn,,.,. "The Flu' Special". Why Suffer?- ... 11 ... CARDUI yeary ltdriS' ,. 13 FfJVT rrt .. j The Central Record, Thursday, Oct 3 V-- 1 1918. COME IN AND SEE OUR ATTRACTIVE OFFERINGS IN Suits and Coats S3 JOHN DF.ERK WAGONS, SCALES. CAS ENGINES, SPREADERS, CHEAP. PETERS MANURE MALL. ABLE AND CAST RANGES, COOK AND HEATING TREMELY OUR PRICES NACES. STOVES AT EX. GET LOW PRICES. ON HOT AIR IUR. money-iaver- Our prices are all marked down this week Materials and Workmanship can be Excelled Nowhere. if and Wilson Hrnndcnburg. The Joseph Mercantile 60. .JE The One Price Store. The House of Quality. A Single Register Heats Whole House AONKfc titter Williamton Furnace willlimt furl. No heat nt-rla caiily In lallrri. No tearing of flown or will up ncccaiarjr. Come In and ire th! . your home comfortably with' out lather 0! iiotri V- or firatn. flurna any 1 -- Gossip About People jaaaaaaMaaMaWMaaMaaiaawii vv Arc M l uoinji ly j note hi inicrciitu in. Miss Kmnm Doty Is recovering from nn attack of influenza. Mrs. Helen Urnnt d J. R. MOUNT & CO.. The .Square Deal llouie. ill51 ! S. HATFIEbD, j 1 spent the I week-en- of Lexington, with home folks. week-en- Miss Armuula Anderson spent the d with her sister, Mrs. Cyrus Daly. Mr. Jim lluurne uf Lexington is here for seeral clays visit to home-folk- s. 1 iW . Mrs. Hubert Long is very ill with influenza at her home nn Lexington Street. Dentist. HONhb j Office 6. Mr. It. K. Ilatfiel.l of was a pleasant visitor in Sunday. tj,n 37,;. buncjstcr, 1$ Reports from the bedside of Dr. The many friends of Mrs. Kllen Owsley will be sorry to learn that J. S. Gilbert, where he has been conshe is confined to her room with n fined for the past ten days in n base Messrs Duke Gondloe and O'Sulli hospital at .Montgomery, Ala., with a severe attack of rheumatism. van, of Lebanon were visitors here violent attack of pneumonia, says Monday. Mr. Wallace Cotton who is sta- that he is slowly improving. Mrs. Mrs. J, C Robinson and Mrs. It. E. tioned at Camp Unci!, Lexington, Gilbert was only permitted to sec in Lexington spent several days last week with his him one time when it was thought Henry were visitors parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Samuel Cotton. that his condition was critical. last week. Danville, Dr. J. A. Anion has been confined Miss Mary Anne Turner was the y Miss Lizzie Foley, last to his home for the past week with a slight attack of influenza. He hopes and Sunday. to be out in a few days. I Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Wilson of I Mrs, IS. Zimmer has been confined Howling Green were week end guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. RA tn her room the past week with an Mount. attack of tonsilitis, hut her many friends will he glad to know she is Mr and Mrs. William Uradshaw of out again. Decatur Illinois, are the guests of her mother, Mrs. Mary Jones, on Hasel-de- n Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Drown of Heights. Dcrea, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hutchins of Lexington, motored down last Mr. and Mrs. It. T. Embry and .Sunday and were guests of Kev. and family of Lexington, spent the week Mrs. P. K. Foley. end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. West. A card from Capt. J. M. Acton says he has been transferred to Mrs. Addie Sebastian of StrickFla., to assist in the "flu" land, Illinois, is the puet this week epidemic at that place, and asks that of her sitter. Mrs. Malinda Cotton, his paper be changed to that office. on" Itichmonil street. Friends of W. G. Murphy, who has .Mr. anil Mrs. Sam Hixelden nnd been quite ill with pneumonia, at his son, J. R. ami Duncan, spent Sunday home in Hubble, will be glad to learn in Nicholasville with her parents, Mr. of his convalescence. Mrs. Murphy who was also quite sick, is improving. and Mrs. Powell Duncan. guest of joins the farm already Messrs Drandenburg, was $135, per acre. .Mr. Zack It adowned by the price paid Frank Hester, the youngest son of Hester, died Sunday a vicHe was sick only tim of Influenza. a few days. He was 14 years old and n very bright lad and the entire community join in sympathy for Mr. nnd Mrs. Hester in their bereavement. The other members of the family are ill at present. On account of ill health I have decided to eo to a milder climate until time to put in my Spring Millinery, and would advise all who want hats reasonable ,to come now, as it is my intention to dole out at ONCE. I slio have rooms lo rent, all convenient! for light house-keepinMrs. W. F. PARKS. What docs it matter whether we are Jews or Catholics or Protestants. the President of the United States has asked us to work together to help the boys win the war it's the biggest cause the world ever knew, this winning of the war, and we want the biggest sum of money that ever was given to support it $170,-500,00- W. 0. RIGNEY Funeral Lancaster, Director and Embalmer. Kentucky. Ollice Phone 18. Residence Plume 33. r l 1 SMALL 50cts Don't LOT ON THE SALE DOLLAR. go first. I CKSAVE WaitBest Bargains See Circular. I III! Sander's Variety Store. hip orii ivn liLgj, Ji aciuii crtu irec I II li Mr. and Mrs. II. K. Hudson, Messrs Mr. Homer Tinslcy of Camp Knox, was a visitor in Lancaster, for the Shirley Hudson, Joel Waller and Dr. M. K. Denny attended the funcrul of week-enMiss Mary Hudson at Danville last Mr. and Mrs. Harry Tomlinson week. are at home after a visit to relatives Mrs. Mollie Drown, who hat been at Ludlow, visiting her sister, Mrs. Waller, in Miss Mary Chestnut has taken Louisville, is now the guest of Mr. rooms ut the home of Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. J. E. Dickerson, on Hill Jack Adams. Court. Mr. nnd Mrs. Alfred C. llrent were Mrs. C. C. Hounshell nnd little son, guests Sunday of her father, Hon. IL Herbert, were week-en- d guests of II. Tomlinson. her uncle, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Foley Duck-ey- e Mr. Lite Kuril is quite sick with and Miss Lizzie Foley, on the road. the Flu at the home of Dr. and Mrs, J, II. Kinn.iird. Mrs. C. C. Hounshell nnd little son, Mrs. S. A. Walker was hostess last Herbert, and Miss Lizzie Foley were Thursday at a noon day meal in hon- the guests lust week of Mr. ami Mrs. I!) Frank Turner nnd Miss Hosa Turner or of a few friends. on the Danville road. Mrs. W. li. Cook and daughter, .Miss Fnuatlne Cooper nnd brother, Miss Margaret, were visitors in John Cooper, of Somerset nnd Mr. the past week. ID Collier Johnson of the S. A. T. C. at Private Alex Doty has returned to Danville, were the week-en- d guests Camp Sevier, S. C, after a weeks of Miss Margaret Cook. visit to his home people. Fitzgerald .Mr. ami Mrs. Forrest Miss Catherine Bourne has return and little daughter, Dorothy, of Dan ed to Danville after nfew days visit ville, spent with the week-ento friends and relatives here. parents, Mr. ami Mrs. Mrs. It. I). Dlanton of Kdcnwolde, It. It. Wilkinson, on Maple Avenue. Term., is the guest of her (mrents, Mrs. J. Fleece Robinson who has Mr. and Mrs, J. W. Elmore. spent the summer with her parents, TAINT LICK Mr. Jack Davis is quite ill with the Flu. .Mrs. M. K, Koss is quite 111 with influenza. Miss Mable Hall is nble to be up and about on crutches. Mr. A. V.IIuylcr of New York, is the guest of Woods Walker. Richard Lackey Is at home from State College on a short furlough. Mr. Amos Parks is visiting his There is no peace in sight yet. To make the world safe Germany must be thoroughly licked. Millions more men are going over to do the job. To provide for their comfort, to back them up, to light home fires where-cve- r they go that is what the money is for. It's going to be easy to give, easy to go without things we want, easy not to spend a red cent except for food and shelter and clothes which will cover us. It's going to be easy because of that boy we miss most. sister, Mrs. William Davis, in Jack- Classified Column RATES! Single insertions 1c a word No ad taken for less than 20c in this column. No ads in this column charged. Soven Insertions for the price of five. Phone orders must be paid ' promptly. I i I I jj Mrs. Hayden Naylor entertained Mr. nnd Mrs. T. II. Itobnson, at Danat an elegant dinner in honor of Mr. ville left the past week for her home nt Macon, Ga her husband going Alex Doty at Camp Sevier, S. C. down n few weeks ago. Mr. W, F. Champ who has been Mr. nnd Mrs. S. F. Hughes and sun, confined to his room with n severe Saulley, Jr., arc spending this week attack of Influenza, is Improving. in Paint Lick, with Mrs. Hughes' parMiss Mattle Adams of Lexington, ents, Mr, ami Mrs. Francis. Mr, is spending several days with her Hughes is just recovering from a separents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Adams. vere attack of Influenza. I BLACKLEGOIDS TO VaCCINATC AOalNIT BUCHUO. Simple. Safe. Ka date U UeSaW. ! Effective. Ni liquid to tpHL ttrtaf U nt. w run rais umjoshts. VtoRoterts Drug Store Mr. John Marrs of Itichmond spent Sunday with his sister, Mrs. fl. II. Mr. Marr was on his Swinvbroad. he has Mr, Houurd Wearren of Camp way to Charleston S. C. where Mason-Hangllucll, Lexington, is spending several accepted h position with the Construction Co. days with friends and relatives here. n guest to Among the Mr. and Mrs. Allen McDowell of Sulphur Well, Ky. spent Sunday with attend the funeral of Earnest Kay, Mr. Alex Kay, Sr., Mr. anil her parents, Mr. Cyrus Tuylor and were, Mrs. Alex Ray, Mr. and Mrs. Jim wife. Hay, of Waddy, Mr. and Mrs. Nlch-ola- s Schooler and daughters of Kirks, Miss Joan Mount accompanied Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Wilson to Howling ville, Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Noel of Green, Wednesday, for a months liuckcyc and Mr. und Mrs. D. P. visit. 3. 2 Ja Jones and children of Paint Lick. Gaines Mr. and Mrs. Fisher Danville, spent Sunday wjth of Mf. son. Miss Ilcssie Ectclle Stone of Rich mond, visited relatives here the past week. is Mrs. Lizzie Denny of the guest this week of her niece, Mrs. Robert Walker. Mrs. R. II. Stone and little son, of Itichmond, were the guests of Mrs. I). W. White on Friday. The little IB months old daughter of Milt Ross died Tuesday uf whooping cuugh nnd Influenza. Little Florence Elizabeth Patrick has been quite ill with pneumonia for a week is some better now, Mrs. Fannie Walker is iveitlng her son, Robert J. Walker at the "Howling Dog Ranch" this week. Mrs. Anne Gibson, Miss Clara and Mr. Charley Gibson, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Parks Sunday. Mrs. A. T. Howling was called t6 Cleveland Monday where her son, Emory, is quite ill with Influenza. Mr, and Mr. Doyd Cnldiron and little daughter, were the guests of Mr. John I Coldlron, over Sunday. Mr. K. C. .MeWhorter was in Louis-vill- e last week. While there he visited Mr. Harry MeWhorter nt ('amp Taylor. Mcsdumcs Masun Dunn, Sophia Trcadwny, Morris Durton nnd Miss Nannie Campbell were guests of Mrs Gilbert Mason Saturday, Master Harold Hotner returned to his home at Ravenna after a several days visit to his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. I). Durchell. The sale of the Francis land drew a big crowd. Only one truct was sold and that was bought by Chas 5l SJlSOtlOOXJO'KK itX)t fc'itnn Kiorn ter. WANTED Collector for LancasAddress P. O. Dox 304. Danville, Ky. year-ol- FOR SALE: Several pair of 3 broken, mare mules. J. W. Sweeney. Plenty of nice Hill C. R. Henry Kirksville, Ky. FOR SALE: onions. 10.31-2.-pc- L To trade a team of WANTED: young mules and a team of young mares for two Ford cars. N. T. Gutman, Crab Orchard, Ky K 3. J0.31.2t. FOR RENT: Farm in Lincoln county, containing 200 acres. Will sell or rent for year 1019. J. S. Skinner, Murcellus, Ky, 10-2- lino. NOTICE. left nil my accounts in the hands of Mr. Green Clay Walker for collection, and would be glad if I have those knowing themselves indebted to mo will kindly call and settle. DR. J. S. GILDERT. 10.17.4t. The Central Record, Thursday, Oct 31, 1918. Sunday nftcr a visit with his brother wm. P. Lincoln. ndvUor of th Lake i Division American - Ittil Cross, fcr Win. II. Whittaker. '. J ........ iisvmir u fi,...l.. c.. i HUiPilMitivii thriiuvltnllt' I hp atntM iimnj " lilt' viisv RHEUMATIC PAIN li'rrs who U In Camp McClclInn Ala., Iki. Indians, nml Kentucky. lift are the rules! v. lit he find to know that lie has re slight, All colds, homier cevcrcd from nn uttack cf Spanish' ' .should be tronte.1 in possible attacks Go after it with Sloan'i InlUicnin Patients infected by i The pinrtits of Sttirc T. Whit- - "f Liniment before it gets ttnA taker have receded a letter from J'to W"M ""V nt dangerous an "'hfrjgs from the m Mm v hi. arrival in France sh- lht,ml- ..IK he u enjoying the best of health Avoid feeling or spreading Apply a Unit, don't mJ, let It pr " nn.Mil.ts th.. country fine. twingel Same for IrcU, and good-b- y fear of the disease. fc.mder llros .ecen ly purchased external aches, paint, strain, stillness functlon, nl KfvuUlc ,,,, of joints or muscles, lameness, bruises. , iroin ..hi v. oy oi ..intiiaon vounty, krep tlit I1 i. Instant relief without mussiness or n noted Abirdccn Angus cow for 3. Avoid crouds. (oiled clothing. Reliable the bireeiC widen they paid n fancy price. This f. Aoid the hrcnth or expelled selling liniment year alter year. Ecocow wns bred by S K. Ijmls of Con- nomical by reason of enormous sales. .erttlnn. fri.m (inntitn iiirrm. frnnt ccrvll'c, Illinois nnd ii of the fnmous Keep a big bottle ready at all times. Ask your druggist for Sloan's Liniment. Iliac Cap fnmlly. In Mr. Ijints'; ,. ' ...... i. uu. .-- .. . ... t .. nwsr mi.,i .. iiuvav ill', sale twenty cows of this fant- two or three times daily by a nns.il rn!tf r,'',,prny or douche and by gargle with ll... c,.w: nU.tlHrsol,li1i this wile i 11 "nominl salt (1 tM. S '.'.'iO. This adds- another star j spoon Kilt to one ulass 8 ounces Itros fnmous herd of An i clean wntir). ..1 Fnndcr Kin cati'e ' 7. All those In uttendnnce on jut-- ti should wrar lit with inllueiitu COY ninaks. j (. Clothini; should be warm and Mrs WnUer Uurdettc continues Iry. Food tlmplc and easily ilievst- jqu.f ill. v. time every morning, achy and stiff e.l Drink at. r freely A. T Sanders was in Crab Orrhard nit .l.iv. worse when its damn or on buinc.3 Saturday chilly! .Suspect jour kidneys und SurgCOIl SaVS The fnmlly of .Mr. Rill Whittaker try the remedy your neighbors tie. 111 Is In Experiwith Intluenzn. are all quite C. II. Pope, farmer, Lexincton pike Mrs. Ous Croushorn nnd baby were Lai.rnsttr, says. "About it yrnr aso wcc end viritors cf her sister, Mrs. I had an nttacU of kidney trouble , My that put tie dcwii nud out. Robert Carter. l ie of vrrcines in rombaltinir r Mr. and Mrs. John Roberts, of Lit- Intck pnine.l me drradfully, I could ery treating 5'pan'!i InHui'ma has r.ot tle Hickman, were recent visitors cf hardly rteop over nnd It was hard to stiiiik'Vr! up. I cuuld'nt gons tt',nd the vxpeiimental 'stu-sMrs. Peachie Crow. far n th I'nited .States Publi I k'et in any comfortable Ksitliin. Mr. Pete Hasty, wife and baby nre In Pills and Senice has been uble to learn. read of Donn's Kidnev improvlnc after bclnc confined to recently the Public llealu bousht them nt R. K. MdUberU' their beds with Iiifiui 1111. Drug Snr' Tm nrhes nnd rwins In s"vicr wntmxl the public siTuim Mr urn! Mr. I. It. Dunrnn ami lit my hack left my kldnejs were put In nll' "f h "'ur'- rare" bnnv tle ilauuhter, Hallic it. spent Sunday e I h.-ishape. hnd but . little ! votated for the malady, which. . I with Mr. nml Mrs. U. (J. Preston. corduyt to teportr, is rapidly sub- kidney trouble since." Mr. nnd Mrs. Kliinh McMillian and Don't' ,i,:;n-- ' '" n11 """ tnm and slum-simplilOr. at nil .' Ur 111 n ltsseri.sT incidence muny isited her parents,' 3.m, Hulmaii J ask fur n kidney remedy Krt -- lr. nnd Mrs. John Ray the past week. Donn'r Kidney Pill. ; the same that Stales amonic the tivilmn r- i uUitlon. "It musl be n inrmlH re I" sntd Sur .Vr. Flank WiUon nnd sister, Mis j Mr. Pop Co., had. K0.tet-M1ll.urI(.',r,n Ceniral RUie in n sU.tenier. . Maude Wilson, of Paint Lick, wire' MfKis., P.ulfulo. "that several iliiftrrtl a. t weeVmd guests of Mis Penchic Mae ! jcins nte now beinj: triid. The re ) : antlers. , f,,r rirrlr,, however, do not CrOSS lntlUCnza ,,ort, Fred Sny ler who is ut training !rmit liny conclusion whatsoever Stihool in I.exinirton. is vi!u pjfjing tn(. ,.ficncy ( iheir rela mother, Mrs. Mary Snyder for it few The Public Health Ser The followiiif; precautionary rules live merits. furlough. the experiments for the avoidnnce and lessening of vice is watching A-- i Mr. rharlep II. Wlutt.le nf the intensity of the epidemic of in- - carefully, but is not urging any form nlston, Alabama, returned home lust flutnza, have been prepared by Dr. of vaccine treatment AAUMi INIfl I ilUffiCIT A ntjULcLl A I Public Sale OF '",ntii. rc UNO, STOCK CHOPS S s Creek Farm, Having decided to dispose cf m pl.ee, known as or th: Ceovfic Evans place, on the Crab Orchard and Lancaster pike, 2 2 miles from Crab Orchard, 1 will sell it to the hichctt bidder, beginning at 10:30 A. ro,, M., Thursday, November 2-- 7th 1918 fr ,.. : : : 9 91 The place will be divided into three tracts. TRACT NO. 1. contains 15 4 acres of splendid level, fertile land. No richer land anywhere. TRACT NO. 2 has 62 acres, all in grass. Fine stock water, good building site, but no improvements. TRACT NO. 3 is the home place. Cn it is the splendid residence of eight rooms, wo halls, porches, stock barn with room for 75 head of stock and room for feed to winter them. Cistern at door of residence. Double cribs that will hold 400 barrels of corn, garage and buggy house, combined. Hen house and concrete cellar. The place contains 143 acres of excellent land, principally level and very fertile. There are just a few acres of waste land. It will grow corn, hemp, tobacco or any other crop grown in Kentucky and will grow as much or more per acre. This place must be seen to be thoroughly appreciated. The farm will first be sold in three tracts and then as a whole and the way bringing the most money will be chosen. At the same time and place 1 will sell 200 barrels of No. 1 corn in 10 and 20 barrel luts. About ten tons of No. 1 clover hay, 400 shocks of fodder, one pair of work mules, one seven and the other eight years, 16 hand.) and fine workers; one pair cf 15 2 hands, mules, fine workers. Some nice mule colts.-- A number of cattle and a big lot of farming tools will'also be sold at the same time. Terms on the land will be liberal and will be made to suit the purchaser. Lunch will be served on the grounds. miles from The home is close to graded school, churches, being only 2 the town of Crr.b Orchard. The neighborhood is an ideal one and taking everything into consideration, the farm is a rare one. Persons desiring to look over the place are invited to come and do so.- - Prospective buyers will be shown by the undersigned. four-year-o1- When Every Move Hurts. General Serum mental Stages. ttntnt Prc Ked Rtiliniin tns . B. Hutohins, Crab Orchard. R. F. D. No. 2. i Or inquire cf J. L, ilutchins, Danville, Ky. CAPT. I. M. DUNN, Auctioneer. Sunday of Mrs. John Land. Mr. Walter Locker purchased some corn of Mr. Wesley Simpson. WITH BUSINESS J --Mr. and Mrs. James Hicks were jgueits of .Mr. and Mrs. J. 15. Sparks. Mr. Dr. King's New Discovery . day Pre Hoskins was called Sunto the bedside of his brother, who relieves them and keep Is very 111. t you going on the job Mr. K. II. Chandler of Lancaster, has been unite ill at the home of his Fifty continuous years of almost uafaiUnjchecLinganu relieving coughs, brother here. colds and kindred sufferings it the Mr. Wesley Simpson has purchased achievement of Dr. King's New trnud Messrs Steve ii tract of land from (lav. hart and Fotheririll. grandparents, fathers, mothers, th kiddies all have used and are using .Mr. nnd Mrs. Harvey Teater and it as the safest, surest, most pleasant family tnUrtaincd n number of e remedy they know of. Sold by nil druggists everywhere. friends nnd relatives Sunday. Messrs John nnd Tom Kurtz nnd Keep Bowels On Schedule Miss Mary Kurtz were quests of Mr. Late, retarded functioning throws nnd Mrs. II. M, Kurtz Sunday. the whole day's duties out of gear. Mr. and Mrs. Hughey Moberly und Keep the system cleansed, the appetite lively, the stomach staunch "with little daughter were guests of Mr. Dr. King's New Life I'ilts. Mild ani (and Mrs. Harvey Teater Friday night. tonic in action. Sold everywhere. Mrs. Lucy Kidd and son, Mr. Tom Kldd of Amhurst Dale, West Vn., unBRADSHAW MILL. expected here this week for u, visit to Mr ,1'hilip Roberts is seriously ill relativ es. with influenza. Mr. nnd Mrs. Willie Masters have Tobacco stripping has been In pro- returned from u three weeks visit to gress the past week. Mr. Ira Masters and family nt Whit-locMiss Stella Kurr entertained a few of her friends Sunday. Ainonir the sick'of the community Miss. Stella I'rewitt spent Friday nre; Miss Iva llollon, Messrs Hugh night with her brother, Carl I'rewitt. Noel, Homer and Den Hall, James unci family. Sebastian, IEobcrt Whittaker, John Misses Jewell nnd Muble I'rewitt Hopkins, Coy Trice, Master James It. wers at their brothers, Mr. C. C. Price, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. M. Anion, nnd I'ri witt'fc Monday afternoon. sons, Mesdames W. 11. Ituy, Timey Mrs. D. 1. Hume has returned Hopkins nnd others. home nftcr several days stay with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. M, Foley. Optimistic Thought. Safely built upon eiiKiunc rnutatnk Mrs. Frank Foley and Mrs. Calvin of llf. own destruction. IIounshi.il of llnckley spent Tuesday the Srt-iwith Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Foley of nenr this place. Mr. und Mrs. Richardson of Mt. Sterling re visiting their daughter, Mrs. John I'otts of this place, while they me both ill with Influenza. lie on Ruard ritcht now wtulnst Mrs. Earl I'rewitt spent Saturday sore threat. The atmosphere Is chock night and Sunday with her parents, full of k'erms that cause sore throat Mr. and Mrs. Mcrin I'rewitt ut N'inu. nnd, If your system Is the leutt bit which Is Mr. and Mrs. C. C. I'rewitt were closed up or weiikened, with Mr. und Mrs. N. L. I'rewitt Sat- likely nt this time of yeur, cleanse ut Vln Hcpii-lie- n once with Via Hepatlcu. urday night and Sunday. tnt only cleanses your kidneys, liver mid bovtcls, but will rojlort CUNN'S CHAPEL. your vitality, thus KUHrdlntr you r. Mrs. Sale Hurt spent Sunday with k'alnst colds, sore throat, pneumoniu, Mrs. Llge Hurt. and other maladies so prevalent this Mrs. John Lund spent Thursday time of year. Come in und net a bottle new. with Mrs. Dock Simpson. Mrs. Josephine Dallty was u k'usit I H. C ..Uitotijrti, Orujast, Lsncsitar. COLDS INTERFERE ' AN I K v, I n OK Sour will iMi rhfflM Ava.. n ia r.r.l It .v th .. flit mt t' li ailTertlsenunt. enclo-- n & Co. :US Chicago. HI- - rltlnc aililreim clearly. Tou receive in rclurn a trial the atanilard family remtUr tor coushs. colds, croup, whooplnir cough, tlsritne'.a and soreness In ctuit, erlpp nnd bronchUl coushs. (!) , Foley Kidney rills, for overworked and disordered kidney, btad. der allmentM. tiin In sides and bjclc duo to kidney truuble, sora musclea. tiff Jolntt. backjehs and rheumatism. Foley Cathartic Tablet", a (3) wliolesoma ttnd tlioroushty cleanslns; tathartle. You em try Iheio thrta fAnilly remedies lor only Sc. CARTERS VILLE. Mr. Churlic Anifliu is also Mr. 11. T. Calico is very Inflnmatory Itheumutism.. cry ili. ill with (1) rote)'s Honey and Tar Com-pou- LIVE STOCK AND FARMING IMPLEMENTS. Having sold my farm, I will, on the premises, located on Broaddus' Branch, two and a half miles North of Lowell, on Mr. und Mrs. Leslie Wylio visited Mr. und Mrs. John Anelin last Sun day. Mrs. Clara Wylie visited her Mr. and Mrs. John An'ln ut-t- he weeks end. Friday, Nov 8th, 78 beginning promptly at ten A.'M., sell tit public auction the following live stock and farm implements. On6 pair of four year old horse mules, 15 2 hands high, good ones; Twenty head of Short horn cows, bred to HoKeford bull; Hereford cows and heifers, bred to Hereford bull; Twelve Hereford 'steer calves; Eight Hereford heifer calves; One Two year old Hereford bull; One registered Kentucky Red Berkshire boar; Six sows and gilts bred to Berkshire boar; One good Deering Binder; One Disc Harrow; Three Turning plows. corn planter. ;Two Drag Harrows; One Hay rake; One Two-hors- e One hundred shocks cane; Fifty barrels of corn. V TERMS LIBERAL AND MADE KNOWN ON DAY OP SALE. 1-1 Guard Against Sore Throat. Misses Kstelht nnd Vlririe Duvls visited Misses Myrtle nnd Cora Car ter hist Sunday. (abbard Mr. nnd Mrs. Karnest vl rtei relatives In ilercn last Satur day uii;lit und Sunday. Mrs. .1. I). Carter und Miss Cora e Roop visited Mr. nnd Mrs. II. T. Twenty-fivCalico last Sunday afternoon. Mr. nnd Mrs. C. S. Uoblnson und children visited her parents, Mr. und Mis. KilJ Smith the past week. Uoblnson Mr. and .Mrs. Andrew and little son visited her parents Mr. and Mis. 1'. P. llryunt last Sunday. Mr. .Mr. F. C Pennington und have returned j Elishu PennliiKtun plvusunt visit tu relatives In lifter Indiana nud Ohio. Lieut. I.uwls Steward ut the Panama Canal, visited Mrs. Suslo Iten-fr- o .Steward Lieut. Inst .Saturday. has been In the service of Uncle Sam for nine yiSirs. The Dtuth Angel visited tho limr.u of Mr. und Mrs. Andie Robinson and took from them their darlint: baby. Dot Jesus said: Stirrer little ihlldrvn A. to c " ur.tu i.:e. NOAH MAESEE. PAINT LICK, KY, ROUTE No. 3. T. SCOTT, Auctioneer. r The Ce Ttral Record, Thursday, Oct 31, 1918. LET US 7 Inside and Out the creatcit painNrconrmy ii found in the use of Dutch Hoy white-lea- d Kir..-- d with pure linseed cil. Outside, Dutch Boy white-lea- d pjvo long wear in all kinds of weather, h wears smooth and leaves a coed surface fcr repainting. V?AYlt DEFEAT WOULD LIGHT YOUR FARM WITH ELECTRICITY Belter, Safer rind Cheaper than any Artificial Light. That Liberty ,' Loan Button. Don't toss nuidc your Fourth I.onn button ns worthless. It i far from being thnt. Intrintlcally it vnlunbla nt nil. You prnbnbly couldn't trade il In nn n street car fare. Hut think for a moment what it represents y 1 HAMPER NATION SAYS PRESIDENT DIVIDED CONTROL WOULD CCrtl. OUSLY INTEnXERE WITH CONDUCT OF WAR. BASTO BROTHERS, LANCASTER, KY. n ii ii ii ii ii -- ii ir i Doubtless you will never win n i nf war or Any other decoration for valor in the liel.l. You'll prob-nblnever see a front line trench. t Wiuhlnetnii. Wlln.n liut you did :,iiur part in putting lanu-Hii iiHfil id ii. .i.l.. in ri over the top the biiriicst lonnthis ol i turn a riillc roiiirri- - In the woild has ever known. Vinendwr If ln-appruie ut You have ycur bonds t show for his itmrw In ilili irlllml period. thnt liut one of days the : ap-alKoliowlnu Im Hie Koivrnment will redeem them; tnkc : "My 1'i'llow ('miiitf-Mnci- i them back. are at ni Tbe The government Mill never recall III the IIHHl rrlllllll liMld. 'I'll.' uiir ivtiiilrj lias ever fnn-- ir .Unit button. Is llki-- l face ill mil lltne. If .Will , It's your little individual haifee. uf bale apiriit-i- l nf hi.t leadership unit honor. In juitr tih in- - In ruriiliiuo In In nfT.ilrn ut Not worth nnythini; to anyone hut hih keshMU ) betf Hint you. home iinl nhrn. l. I aiiit-tlyourt-liiiiinil.ink joii mil eipn-N'ot really WOHTII nnythinir to al.ly in i iiu efleit lii ri'lnrn'nu n lein- - you. mt.iIii major,;) In bulb th . Save what it represents. mil llniix'iir It Hut I.orjl Harry think what that is! "I am Mnir and lll nn-ep- t i in II, Inn my hnliriui'iit m III jour Keep that Uutton. Ihiuit in n Im itMer tin gmil triil as- - lhe Dutch Boy Phoenix Brand White-Lea- d For interior walls, it is unsurpassed in Any lint may be had. Our stock of paintf., oils, varnishe3, and brushes will meet ull your paint- needs. tcauty of finish end durability. - R. E. McRoberts and C. C. & J. E. Stormcs $5,000. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. SCHOOL BONDS. Sealed proposals which wanted, WE-GRO- W N'OVKM-IIKASwill he ripened A lllth. 1!UK, nt the office of Dr. AND J A. Anton, in (.Minister, Kentucky, i.t one o'clock, 1. M. $.',000.00 I.aiuater traded Com-Ino- n l llonil". " t due annually on the 1 "nh ilny of December. m Dcnoininatmi t.'iOO, first to be -December 1 5th. 1112:1, and one each year tin renfter Asesed valuation for Laxation in district $.',000,000.00. H. $i" 000 indebtedness in bond. Cnlowmenl fund Sl,"i,00OOy well n secure I Copulation of district alvut 2..100 (No x nr,ttr. uhiih is Population of nt luded in district, 1.000. I.ointcd on I. and N K. It. in center of Mate, in lllue (!raj recion. Iincnster has three banks, each of which has a capital of $50,000. H. U. MMI.Y, !frtly Aciireciite deposits in three banks, $800,000.00. Two tlourini; mills of I.iw capacity and run daily. newspaper weekly One first-clas- s City indebtedness $'il,000, balance due oh Water Works owned b Pretident Woodrow Wilton. city. Original cost of present buildings IeiicI me liy the cuiiMiliillun niild and ground. $50,000.00. A REGULARLY INCORPORATED INSTITUTION OT LEARNING lie eiiouly Ittimirei1 .huulil your LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY tlarritrd County's debt, 10,000 321 GUTHRIE STREET, North of ro.tolTicc utiil I IUI11 frHllk- Judgment li- - adw-re- , Assessed property valuation of ly tell yini wi tieinun- sii many rrltii-n- t Trains young men and women for Business or Civil Service No $11,000,000.00. kiii. dM-m- l iiniii juur icrdli-t- . All who desire to qualify for either or both lines of W. M. ELLIOTT, Sce'ty Uoit'd. potitiom. mn-- t In Krlni limes srnipb- - nf tHi-ti-l.rt"h, employment should write for full information at once. t 111 Hlti thelie allimt-itn slalld lie Lancaster, Ky October nay of hmMm: tie- plain Irnlli, Divided Leadership. MI hate im (Imnciil of lliat hu pullllinl puni H paniniiiiint I feel dm in nuitlera uf patrinlini. ileepl. ihe niu'rtfie Mhlili hair heen inaile lii ItiN war liy all mir t'llt7eni Irref of lurn afniitftiont In har I mean only Omr bor fiii-- an Plea ami ilelU-arlllie nf mir present tafk ure of a unrt lhat tiukN n iii-- i It ei..a r lhat tin- mIhihIiI jrlve la iinititlileil nppirt to ilie rot eminent iiniler a iintlleil (Nmxr.ia anil lhat a Itepulilii-auuillil ilitlfte the leailerililp. Unity of Command. The learterx of Hie mliuirlty In Ihe All the news of the wav-- , by Associated Press, the best cartoons and comics, I'mirre hae uniUe-llonahl. Init Ipey tiate Peen nnll latest market reports, Woman's Department in fact, everything to make it nilinliilmrallon. Al TTlioo.l turn ninri- - we entereit llie war Ihey hnv, aniiclit In lhe rhilre of Mie ami Ihe truly a Home Newspaper. Send for specimen' copy, or remit by check or ei.mlurt of the wnr out of iu hamU anil put It iimti-- the onntrnt nf money order to Lexington header Company, Lexington, Kentucky. of their nun rhMiii. "riila in no lime elttti-- for illhe. leaileriihlp. iminHt or for ilUiili-Hnllj nf roimuaml la hh mm' In elvll arlion aa tl l uim.u tlie tiehl hallh-- . If Ihe control f the llmTui of ami the Senali- - shouht he taken uuiit from Hie iwirly nnu' in power an majorliy rouhl anniiiM- - inntrot of leelNliiltnn ami oblige all netloii In and iihtrur he laken anihUl lion, Interpretation Abroad. major"The return of n liy lo eilher llonne of ihe t'oin.-n-'-i tie fnlerpretathe on wonlil. iimn-mea n- hli of Jhe water Hie nlher to in pmllatlofi of my leailerahlp. Spokei-me- n party lie urs-Inof the 3 mile.-- , on m a Vu 111 eleet tiat-- Republican up and tnippnrt In onter In Lick, hut ewn If Ihey the In till" up.ui ome iTi'ilulmn. inter, on lhl hle oj Ihe water, lhi- Q toiild liiinii.e on no one on Ihe other aide. It In well iimtersliHiil there au well ua hen thai Ihe Itepuhllrun lend-ernol an inuih In auppnrt the 1'rei.iiliHili a- In lonlrfil him. "The (Hiiple of the altleil enuulrlea with whom we are aamrintcd atraltiat O (Jennaii) are tille familiar llh Hie . They would alrnincanei' of And It tery diflii-ntn believe lhat the es. to voter uf Hie tTnlted Stated hail an by rlo ..en tn upairl their I'resldi-n- i unexin in a on elmlnc In Ihe Cnni;ri-i"- i n majority iinilrolled Ii thnae who are In fact to (be allllude and nut ju a)iuialh) arlimi of the ailmiulKtralloii, up. 150 .nu, m fellow--i-oun- ' "I need not letl tr)men, that I aui aeklnc jour (iipiairl, is is is not for my own aake nr for tbo aake of a ivollllriil imrty, but for llie aake of the nation Itaelf In order that lia Inward unity of purpose may he evl denl to all Hie world, In ordinary timet can lie endured with-in- n dlilOed perinanoul hurl to the country. Hoi theae are mil ordinary timet. : "If In the.e crtttcul daya It la your undivided wlah to vuotaln m wrllli rulmta, I bor lhat you will lay an In ) whlili It will not he poaaible lo mltunderalaud either al home or 'among ixir nunclatea oil the nlher fid of the aea. I unbuilt my dllflculllea and my hope tn yon. Now is the time to buy and save money. guarantee every car we sell. Wc 1018 Buick Roitdster - $1 1915 Buick, five passenger 1916 Oakland, five passenger J 91 6 Overlaud.fl.e passenger Three 191 7 Fords $100., $ 125., SEC US AT ONCE. 150.00 550.00 625.00 600.00 .$4.50 : TREES. COMPLETE SORTMENT OF FRUIT SHADE TREES, SHRUBS, VINES, ROSES. PERENNIALS, EVERGREENS, fact "Everything for Orchard, Lawn and Garden". FREE CATALOG. F. HILLENMEYER and SONS, Lexington, Kentucky. Agents.) cectaiatt6saaaaeasn;tesotccoccQ9o3eci lie ilanviile L (5 CONS. iuick 31 II II fly IE Proprietor Walnut Street. T 3C Danville, Kentucky. li ir Commercial School J. Draw II Check fur tlic liumi'y jotiove mill note liow imu'li more res- DAILY am irssss Thy pectfully your creditors you. Tliey like tn do business with n mini who tins mi mrutmt ut the Garrard and SUNDAY nl LEXINGTON LEADER BY MAIL Bank & Trust Co. know lie Is duini; bminess In a busiress like way. Hclter open such iin account even it your affairs arc not lare;e. Thev will grow all right. PER YEAR The Garrard Bank & Trust Company THE NATIONAL BANK OP LANCASTER. Capital 50,000. A. It, DKN.'JY. Surplus Vic $30,000. DENNY. Cualiier. flcn-llooKeeper resident' J. K..STOKMKS, 1'ret't. S. Choice Farm. OF 3 s J. It. lllrrit, J. U llll.l., Safety Deposit WK Boxes VOUlt For Rent. ltni my hands sell, the well known Wade Walker I have the Richmond and Lancaster Pike, farm, located Ky from Paint 9 SOLICIT .1. IIUSINKSS. V. (5. II. Swinebroa I, Alex It. Denny. Stormes. S. C. Denny. U Glll.'llr. J. II. Posey. J. E. Elliott. Directors 300 Acres THE VERY BEST LAND. H. G. 9 9 a 9 5 fl q It j All persons having LIBERTY BONDS of the First and Second Issue with this bank, and who want the same converted into bonds bearing 4 L4per cent interest will please notify us as soon as possible so that we may arrange for Respectfully1, the conversion W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. NOTICE OK LANCASTER. highly improved, well watered, close schools and ehurcl neighborhood one of the best pikes the county, celled, only Smiles from Lancaster. Can be subdivided acres suit purchaser from right and the location The land right, the prce right. SEE ME. ' WOODS o Ft 1 Citizens National Bank KV. PAINT LICK, KENTUCKY. "woonnow wilson." 8 The Central Record, Thursday, Oct 31, 1918. "Of Vital THE WHITE HOUSE, WASHINGTON. Military Value" 1018 Says the 2ommanderin&hief. IS September. My (tear Mr. f'ostlick: May 1 convey through you as Chairman of the Commission on Training Camp Activities, a very warm expression of the Government's appreciation of the splendid services rendered by the seven officially recognized volunteer organizations which are ministering to the troops at home and overseas? The agencies to which 1 refer arc Young Men's Christian Association ' Young Women's Christian Association National Catholic War Council Jewish Welfare Board American Library Association War Camp Community Service Salvation Army Our soldiers overseas arc fighting the battle' for democracy with a spirit and a morale unexcelled in any other army. That spirit and that morale vilrvin the war. Through the work r which these seven organizations are jointly conducting America is expressing her wholehearted support of our troops in camp and in the lines, and her anxious desire that the fine edge of their training as lighting men should be maintained. The activity of these organizations, therefore, in mobilizing the home, the club, and the church behind the army is of vital military value and will be of the most essential value In effecting the result. The united war work campaign of these societies is merely another indication of that unity of spirit as a nation that is making it' possible for us to win the war. That spirit and the place which the work of these agencies has mnde for itself in the hearts of all of us gives me confidence to believe that the united campaign will be crowned with abundant success. Cordially and sincerely yours, WOODHOW WILSON, 'Mr. Raymond H. Fosdick. Chairman, Commission on Training Camp Activities, Washington. I). C. fiadoCoSi ft i v The President has expressed what is in every American heart. As a nation we are united in the winning of this war. As a nation we stand behind our fighters eager and prepared to do for them whatever will hasten victory and make the fighters task a little lighter. As individuals there is little we can do. As a nation we can work wonders through the seven organizations authorized and recognized by the Government. They come to you not as Catholics, nor as Jews nor as Protestants, not as the representatives of any creed or enterprise, but as Americans to ask that you join in this great united undertaking for God, and country and our fighters. The President has voiced his belief that this spirit of unity will be "crowned with abundant success". He believes it because he knows this campaign is "of he knows that you will leave nothing vital military value"-anundone to win this war. It rests with you. Think of this campaign as your sole responsibility. What you give will mean its success. You cannot leave this undertaking to others. It is YOUR campaign. In France, Americans are fighting this war as if the result depended on the way each individual fights. At home, this campaign rests with you. What will you give decide to night and make your share the biggest thing you ever did! d I h l r it 2. m. Why You Should Give Twice As Much 'As You Ever Gave Before. K. i? Si 7W M - I. began. a 5 Thu need is for a sum 70 per cent greater than nny gift ever nsked for since the world The Government fins fixed this sum ut $170,500,000. Uy Hiving to these seven organizations nil at once, the cost and effort of six udditional campaigns is saved. Unless Americans do give twice as much as ever before, our solders and sailors may not enjoy during 1910 their 3C00 Recreation liuildings 2500 Libraries supplying' M00, 000 books 1000 Miles of Movie Film 85 Hostess Houses f 5,000 "secretaries" 100 Leading Stage Stars .Millions of dollars of home comforts. 2000 Athletic Directors When you give double, you make sure that every fighter has the cheer and comforts of these seven organizations every step of the way from home to the front anil back DRnlri. You provide him with a church, a theatre, a cheerful home, a store, a school, a club and an athletic field and a knowledge that the folks back home are with him, heart and soull You have loaned your money to supply their physical needs. Now give to maintain the Morale that is winning the war! IS ; 1 ti 1 n 4? IT 3 V ft S if an t United War Work Campaign THIS SPACE CONTRIBUTED BY fv SWINEBEOAD Tie Real Estate Man, Lancaster, Ey. gr V -,