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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): November 7, 1918 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1918 cen1918110701_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): November 7, 1918 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1918 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE CENTRAL RECORD. TWENTY NINTH TAlt LANCASTER, KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, NOVEMBER 7, 1918. NUMBER 32. Loses Three Children. The Spanish Influenin ,1ms fallc.t heavily upon the family of.JIni Dan on the l.eavctl, colored, who live f ii mi of Mr. U. K Hudson near town. Ijist Sunday night two children, age It nnd 10 enr, respectively, dlod nnd )rlerdny he lost the third one from tlie'drcailcd disense. BIG TURKEY FARM. OPERATED ON SCIENTIFIC PRINCIPLES Graphic Description of the En terprise. Mr. (.' K. and live on Dirk River, year devoted iiiiiin aa IruaiiliGartg I Quarterly Meeting Sunday is the regular time for the (juartrrly Meeting at the Methodist Church, If the ban I lifted, llev. Conant, of llrynntsvilte, will preach nt II o'clock mid and Jtcv. ('. II. fimr, the Presiding Kldcr, will hold ihe IJuart. rly C nfrrence at 3 P. M. i nd "rcncU at night. I' I). Palmeter, Pastor. Foot-ball I This Stew Pan. is reached through his m stomach- - If docs It".' j A contfc aic ut utensil tbi4"general ue- - jj Lessens danger ps of bumui$ food. . g m at Danville. College will "lock B3aaBissssssiit Pun lexter, who own n beautiful farm near has for a number of hi attention to raising pure-bre- d turkey on n large scale. In the Fall of 10115 he exhibited the largest bird of this species ever seen in Kentucky - n magnificent tironze torn, which tipped the scales at sixty- of one pounds. On Thanksgiving the same year the owner of this su perb specimen presented the same to Governor Marshall, of Indiana, who Is a warm personal friend of Mr. Poindexter. There is money in raising fine tur keys. Mr. Poini'cxter's method nre scientific nml he has constructed on his premises modern and extensive team next Sat(with the Grcut urday in what promise to be the bet football game seen around here In iiniiiy years. .Center hold the for t'Jl7 ...id witlrthe teum which she i to meet Saturday, many 'will go from this place to sec it. cham-pioiifh- tenter hum" arrangements for caring for hi large flocks Thi jeiir he has released from his brooders about 1700 poults, and of these he hat lost less than one SPECML j The game will be ptaed on Cen-te- r' ground, and will be called at ' "..'I o'clcck prompt l SQl.'Liftftiiuu Within the next few days THK mailing list will be rci all MibvrliTi who nr ed again noi paid in advance will b? discon In order to comply with the tlnucd. late ruling of the government, no newspaper i permitted to send It pupir to subscriber in urrears and (iooiI ow and pigs. Ihe Kccord will comply with thi KOU SALK .llle Look at the label on our pap ( .JV thin otTice, er or wrapper, and if your time has According to the win-- one this expired you had better renew lit once, been an unusually pleasant full, or your paper will be discontinued. jeur the fimt nuw of the sen--o- The price t)f a ear' ulxcriptinn nt the present tune i f 1.10. uii October li.lrd CbvtercJ.S,uiceRui. Almtilmmi 55 Si Must Pay In Advance. KKCOP.IVS CONN BROS fin Ifllllllllllll'iliREl ui' I r.J. R. Middlings. Vrlv.l ltean Meal. Iludaon, I llallsrd's Pure Wlml Bran, Mied Halm Oil Meal, Victory Girls. (lirls, u the name, "Kvery !irl Pnlling fur Victory", is the slogan of the Cirl In the "Karn and Win" Division of the United War Work Campaign which take place Nov. 11th to 1Mb. livery girl in the United Slate beshould tween the nge of 12 and pledge to earn and give approximately $5.00 which is the cost to provide comfort and cheer for ! week for each American fighter. 'fhl is n challenge, our Rarrard county girls can right about and face, and bear their share In thi campaign to "keep our fighter fit". The quota for the Victory (!irl I "Victory $8t0.00. Each girl who enrolls to "Jam and give" will receive n button and n home window banner saying, "A Victory (Jirl Enrolled from till Home to 'earn and (Jive to Keep the Fighter When she ha completed payhe will receive n certificate re- llufhra and Farnau. r by de shunned ni.i tie nnd treated u liny other orta- - u d.cae. No one who hat "'u i to HtJ i. i: r"; cut until giien perm-ltecertificate of discharge. n Kartawba Salt i bil(or not .risk Inferior tall which caij be bouiht for money. HuJiolv Hughes aV Farnau. Genuine ullnj mL40( ThU request msyMonbc turd in the dining rtd the public eating' pU" rooim of the prlfilo home of WashStranger thing than the ington. mine of nice roast 'ostrich, with plenty of gravy anil dressing, have hkppened during tITcse war timei. the future popularity of thi bird a an American difh depend to n Urge extent upon the success to be met in Arftona, where they are being Introduced n a food now. "Tlenae viO lhe. is The U. S..Kood Administration making every cITort to miiintnin live hog price commensurate with wine production cot. In the recent conference between Mr. Hoover nd reprcrentutive of the packer, u dally minimum of $17.60 per hundred pound on .average of Nickcr' drives wax agreed upon. One of the greatest obstacles to this stabilisation of price nnd the maintenance of this minimum wouldjirise from the hurried end premature marketing of therefore, are Producer, hogs urged to market their hoc In a nur inal n way a polble. In order to uiccfully combat the Influcnia epidemic and keep it from spreading, people should ob-- a tew commonsensc hygeinic 111 u rules. When a ease develop household it hould be treated just ut any other contagious disease. there are patient Houses where and visitor should be placarded not be allowed to enter, no matter how great their sympathy. To churches, houses, close bu"'.ne j hools, etc., nml then be lax in iic the home military ruliiiK in case of Inllueiua Is merely leaving the doirr wide open for the spread of the disease. otrich." V'lt." ment ceipt. (let busy girl. Ilcgin right now to enrn and save, even though it may mean sacrifice! This i the beginning of the investment of your lics in the recon struction day nheud. The county will be worked in the bai of schuol district. Volunteer In service for each district ,to thi work will be much nppreciated. Notify Mr. J. A. Anion, Chairman of Victory (Jirl. ait Berlin Must Ask Foch. With fiermany's allies vanquished and forced to accept term of cessation of hostilities against them tantamount to absolute surrender, the die is now cust ill front of the lliihen-zotler- n condiniisty The euter-ullie- d has ference sitting in Verrailles drawn up the term under which Germany may have peace nnd the indications lire that these terms lire no lea hard than thoe Impoied upon und Turey Marshal Koch has: the- - term of armUtice for Germany and nwnits application for them by the German military command in the field. The Government nt llerlin is so informed in it note which Secretary Lansing handed to Minister Sulzer of For Term of Armistice. toration Demanded. Res- half of one per cent. At present he is employing four men constantly. As the birds ap- pfuaili n.atnrit; . purt.cuiai iy tnv.i Icstincd for Eastern market, they are finished off on u concentrited food consisting of dessitatcd gi:.s-hoppe- r grouml fine and mixed with grain, beef rcnii nnd bone. This forms a highly nutritious compound end when fed legulnrly to the tur1 wt,v keys, causes them to become sleek rapidity. and fat with astonishing Thus finished they fetch very fancy SENATOR ELECT GOVERNOR A. O. STANLEY. prices on the market of New York and Huston. These llocks present a feathered aggregation of peculiar interest. It is easy to imagine the deafening and By Big continuous clamor rising from the New crop northern white oats. throats of a thsusund lusty gobblers Hudson, Hughe and Farnau. Covernor A. O. Stanley has been tinted to the United States Senate answering each otherfor gobbling in by the inter of Kentucky V a majority of about l,000 ovciMiis Republican concert, as the first faint gleams of lose one Congressman, light proclaim The Democrat opponent. Dr. Hen U Hruner. the npproach of 'a chill l'.epresentiitlve Swnger Sherley. of Louisville being defeated by his Repub- gray dawn of a November morning. Call in and asses your town prop - Ogden in the Fifth district. lican opponent, ("hnrje Heard at a distance of several mile erty befor the 15th of the month. of eight DemoThe State delegation in the llouc will be compOM-i merged Inthi tremendous chorus If you don't I will be compelled to crat and three Republican. to a dull uneven roar, vngucly sug put a Talue upon it. Respt., Hon. Ilariey Helm by a majority of gesting The Eighth ditrirt the continuous pounding of J. R. MOUNT City Attestor. about 1S00 votes. Ill winning the toga Gov. Stanley enjoys the unique distinction of being the firt Governor In Kentucky to be elected to the United States Senate dirert from the Governorship, and he is also the second in fifty yenra to hold the offices nf Governor, Congressman nnd United State Scnn tor. Governor Jumcs II. McCreary being the other. have In addition to electing n Senator Kentucky Democrat eight of the nine Congressmen, the only fly in the ointment being the de mHk TRADE ,M TRADE feat of Congressman Swager Sherley in the Fifth or Louisville district, who will be succeeded by Oniric F. Ogden, Republican. The Democrat also suffered the Ion of one Judge of the Court of Appeals, Huston Quin, of Louisville. Republican, defeating Judge Thomas R. Gordon, his Democratic opponent, and he'will succeed Judge Shackelford PipeLess The Miller, next January. Winning Democratic candidates for Congress arc Albvn W. Ilarkley, This same circulation of the airjs taking place First district; David II. Kincheloe, Second district; H. . Thomas, Jr.. Third through your entire house. The warm air rises to District; lien Johnson, Fourth District; Arthur II. Rouse, Sixth district; I. the ceilings and through doors, transoms, stairways Campbell Cantrill. Seventh district; Harvey Helm. Eighth district, and W. and passageways, travels to the further-mos- t corners by sure majorities. .1 J. Field. Ninth district, all of whom were of every room pn each floor. Every time the warm feature of the congressional races wns the splendid race made by Congress air enters the room it replaces cold air which is sent man Thomas in the Third district, the Republicans having based their hope down to the Caloric tobe heated and made pure. of increased representation In Congress on success in that ih'strict. This is so simple that it sounds like mere theory, but have re Besides Mr. Ogden In the Fifth district the Republicans 50,000 Caloric-heate- d homes were kept, warm ALL elected John W. I.ungley In the Tenth district, and Judge J. M. Robson will 'OVER last winter, when old style furnaces and succeed Caleb Powers in the next C ngress from the hleventh district. stoves caused parlors and spare rooms to be shut off, Three Democrat were chosen on the Courth of Appeals bench. Judge to keep the rest of the house warm. We KNOV Gu Thomas in Jhe First. Chief Just.i W. K. Settle in the Second anil Judge that the Caloric makes good. It has been used by 15! Ernest S.Clarke In the Sixth being t . I'-c- 'e J. 'Shi bitter hud no opposition. enthusiastic owners for years, heating homes thru-ou- t, I Jui'ge Settle's majority will reach Judge Thomas won by about 10.000 and saving many dollars on fuel bills. in? J.OOU. in Republican counties Aiming the largest Democr v i.J:,s scoro.1 were Christian, 1,48'J; Pulaski, Hi; lViry, 730, and llutler .100. The Democratic counties that showed In. 'rely increased gains were Davie, 707; liourbon, OhO; Logan, GI7; Waircn, 5K8, and Nelson, l73. A unique fentuie of the eLf'.ion is shown by the return from the Sixth congressional district. Gov. Sin iley, in his race for Senator, having led Congressman Rouse by approximately 1,000 votes. Thi is the only Democratic district in which Gov. Stanley outrun hi congressional running mate, f yi?j STANLEY WINS. Majority. Carries Kentucky the surf on n rock-boun- d shore. The method of catching the grasshoppers Is In itself an Interesting proceeding. It is done by a machine consisting of two large sheet-iro- n piece sixteen feet long set parallel, the back edges being much closer together than 111 front, anil mounted on low wheels which engage n set of fan. Attached to the rear is n heavy canvas bag. The trap is drawn over the ground by two horses driven at a gallop, and a the grasshoppers rise from the ground they are caught between the metal blades nnd instantly swept to the rear by a fierce air torrent, falling into the collecting riveted to the rear of the machine. Rut few escape, and as many as two bushels of the insects hnvc been harvested at one time from a single acre of the fiat meadow lands of that locality. The grasshoppers thus captured are dumped Into large galvnnired drums revolving slowly ovir a furnace heated by charcoal, where they are roasted crisp and brown and afterward ground fine by special machinery nnd. mixed with a certain proportion of meat, grain and bone. The composition Is then sacked and stored for future use. In connection with the business Mr. Poindexter al o npeiatesm n:nlr cunning plant where the choice bits of a large number of turkeys are canned each year for his oun personal usejthus he has turkey on his table nil the year round. Personally, Jlr. Poindexter is a bright and smiling optimist, with the engaging manners of a prosperous man of business. The meat of the turkey, according to Mr. Poindexter, is the most suitable known for human consumption, nnd indeed, in appearance, seems abundantly to proie it, for he tips the scale ut 250 pounds, and is the picture of superb health. Notice. I .fc IBll I Original Patented Furnace I I i GARRARD REPUBLICAN Election Quiet. .By Reduced Majorities. IE -- Too much power bus been the. ruination of almost every mini who has had it. It brought Caesur to the assassin's knives. It brought Wolscy, who had been the greatest man In nil Kuropc, to the abbey of Leicester, impoverished and disgraced, to beg a cot to die on. It brought lionn-purtwho had more power than any man who ever lived, before or since, to end his career, cooped on a lonely Ubtnd, digging in a little garden to keep his fat down. That U what too much power can do for big brains. What it can do for little brains we see In the German Kaiser, watching today the wrecking of all hi foolish, brutal plant of world conquest. Gurrard County' Republican majority was reduced to some extent The elec over the election two year ago, ut the polls here last Tuesday. tlon ui quiet and n very good vote polled, the total number being 2,452 which is lesaby S48 vole than wa polled here two year ago when 3.00J At that time Hughes carried voters of the county exercised their ulfrage. the county by a majority of 251 votes. Hruner' majority in the county last Tuesday wa 221, while Dav ison's wa reduced to IfiO. Considering the condition over the county from the effect of the "llu" and the number of soldier Hint have been called into the service from this county with in the last year, the vote polled last Tuesday i considered a largcone. The friend of Stanley and Helm did ome good work for them Switzerland, announcing that the Alllea'have declared their willingness throughout the county, which has nlways been largely Republican, the three limn precinct and Iiryuntsville,' two, ilescivc honorable mention. to make peace on the principle by President Wilson. Thu note now is on the cables. In twenty-fou- r VOTE IN GARRARD COUNTY BY PRECINCTS. hours it should be In the hand Davison. Helm, Hruner, " Stanley, Precincts hours of the Germans; in forty-eig' 132 187 185 (131 the world may know whether un Im- Court House H7 100 20K 211 East Purk mediate end of the war is ut hand. 118 125 109 110 Publication of details of the armis- West Park 80 110 101 Ill tice terms still Is withheld. They East Iiryuntsville. 1S 103 1M may not be made known until the West Uryantsville. 163 209 60 71 214 v ) Germans have accepted or rejected Buckeye. 112 60 118 them, as the course followed by the Walker school house 59 187 '!) 107 Lick, 105. Allies In dealing with Bulgaria, Tur150 f 82 163 70 key and Austria. Only the details Union are In doubt, however, and no one 128S 1127 1338 1114 Total questions that acceptance means ab150 224 Majoritie ject surrender. iiItii! m & it ft ijE1 fwlll study your heating problem and advise you or not you can profitably use it- - Caloric. in and talk to us about this remarkable method of heating. Come in and let us show you what the Caloric Furnace is doing in thousands of other homes. We I 1 rlnt I HASELDEN Kentucky ft Lancaster, S The Central Record, Thursday, Nov 7 1918. DC " " 11 Ir 31 It His Mother And His Prayer. "1 wish" wrote n boy "over there". to n pal still in the U. S. A., "that you'd drop around and sec mother once In a while. She writes line, smiling letters, but somehow or other 1 have a feeling mmc that she s hid ing a lot of tears. Tell her I'm all right and mute her believe It!" After publishing the above an ex change very truthfully says that not a few of our wonderful fighters standing there in the bomb and bayonet line are worrying more about their mothers they have left behind them than about the Boches In front of them. And too, mnny of these mothers ire hiding tears behind "smiling letters." It would be mighty fine and of in calculable assistance in waging this war to lesson the soldier son's wor y, and dry the soldier mother's Wc ought to make every boy there" feel sure that his mother is getting plenty of help, sympathy and sunshine, of love from us who fit j at home. That done, he will worry Uis, and fewer mother tears will dampen the letters she writes to him. This is the supreme pflrpoje of tin- War Mothers of America and by do ing that these mothers go far toward bringing final victory home to Amer lea. But this is not all the War Mothers' organization hopes to ac complish. They want to bring to bear upon all war work the great force of their united strength, in food conic,r. vation, In Liberty Loan drives, boot ing wartime thrift and saving, and aiding all those war charities so sutTering and necessary to relieve rave life in our war camps among the peoples with whom we stand in dem ocracy s war. No person can help a War Mother as much, nor sympathize with her so cinccrely, nor drive nway her war clouds as well ,as another War Mother. WeH'krmed"! Save The Fireworks. USED AUTOMOBILES. Now is the time to buy and save money. guarantee every car we sell. We 1018 1915 1916 1916 Buick Roadster $1150.00 Butck, five passenger 550.00 passenger 625.00 Oakland, five 600.00 Overland, five passenger Three 1917 Fords $400., $425., $4.50 SEE US AT ONCE. The u anvilie Buick Go " L. B. CONN. Proprietor. "cr When company comes there is no time to waste no chances to bo taken so mother sees that there is always a can of Walnut Street. Danville, Kentucky. ii GALUMET BAKING POWDER on hand. Cakes, pies. doiiKlinutSjinuffins and all Kotxl things to eat must be dressed tip in their best taste and looks. n ii ii ir 31 IE MtMNHHtMHNNM TREES. WE GROW A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF FRUIT AND SHADE TREES, SHRUBS, VINES, ROSES, PERENNIALS, EVERGREENS, Lexington, Kentucky. (No Agents.) lUIMINIHfMHIMINNHHMIIMMIHmmNtllMI fact "Everything for Orchard, Lawn and Garden". FREE CATALOG. H. F. HILLENMEYER and SONS, Then, too, her reputation as a cook Jimst be upheld and she "stakes" it on Calumet rr time. She Ahows it wilfnot disappoint her. Order a can and have the "company" kind of bakings rrfrjr day. CalumtUcontains only such ingredients as have been approved officially by the U. S.Food Authorities. Ysbmsss tea Its buy it. use it. Ya mtc Bta 2 Influenza? La Grippe? Foley's Honey and Tar influenza or la grippe needs now. It covers the rough is just what every; sufferer of In Flanders Field. Shortly before his death in the ser vice of humanity, Lieut-CoJohn l. No Mystery in Meat Some are obvious, people keep looking for mysteries behind them. So it is with the packing business. The mere size of Swift & Company confuses many. Because their imaginations are not geared up to scale, they believe there must be magic in it somewhere some weird power. Swift & Company is just like any other manufacturing business run by human beings like yourself; it takes in raw material on the one hand and turns out a finished product on the other. Swift & Company keeps down the "spread," or the expense absorbed between raw and finished material, to as low a figure as possible. (If it didn't it would be put out of business by others who do.) How much Swift & Company pays for the raw material, and how much it gets for the finished product, depends Company does not control. It depends entirely upon how much people want the finished product, and that they have to be explained again and again. When things things are so simple upon conditions which Swift & how much raw material there is available to make it from. The profits of Swift & Company amount to less than one cent per pound on all meats and less than of a cent on beef. one-fourt- h Keep Your Pledge Mk BUY Fighting Good for Our Men WAR - SAVINGS STAMPS Swift & Company, U.S. A. in McCrea, n Canadian physician inflamed throat with n charge of a hospital just back of the lines in France, wrote a poem which soothing healing coating, may well be considered the classic of clears away the mucus, stops the great war to date. the tickling and coughing, Elizabeth Barrett Browning, des cases the tightness and bronchial wheezing. Day' cribed by our own Edgar Allen Poe, as "the most illustrious of her sex". and night keep wrote: Poets are the only Truth-Te- ll ers left to God." This has been true from the be handy It gives ease and comfort from the very first dose. ginnng. inu Preacher, who "was king over Israel in Jerusalem", was Buy it Now. essentially a poet; and so were John STORMES DRUG STORE. and Paul. Ami greater than all these was He whose boyhood uas spent in that Nazareth but lately re Hardly had the message been claimed from barbaric rule by the flashed around the world that Amer forces of civilization and greatest ica had met the greatest financial de of all poems is His Sermon on the mand In world history than Germany Mount. began insistently to renew her "KamOut of the thunders of Armaged erad Calls" her peace overtures. Ion has come in this poem of three The moment it became assured brief stanzas, a call to realization that the loan would be met Germany and to duty, clear ami compelling; wirelessed broadcast her initial pro In Flanders fields the poppies blow posal. It Between the crosses, row on row. Gave it to the world before That mark our place; and in the sky reached President 'Wilson. Played to the gallaries; and in "very The larks, still bravely singing, fly Scarce heard amidst the guns below. poor form. Put up her bloody hands once more We are the dead. Short "days ago in a pretended willingness to nego- Wc lived, felt dawn, saw sunset glow, tiate a peace upon the lines the Pres- Loved and were loved, and now we lie In Flanders fields. ident had laid down months before. Hut kept right on devastating the country over which her beaten armies Taku up our quarrel with the foe! were retreating. Persisted in the To you from falling hamlj we throw I program of f rightfulness which has The torch. Be yours to hold it high been hers from the moment she first If ye brenk faith with us who die line. We shall not sleep, though poppies Belgian border crossed the grow Kept on playing the Hun game! In Flanders fields. Americans must not permit them selves to be deceived by these GerAMERICA'S ANSWER. They must not take man advances. (By It. W. Lillard.) them too seriously. (Wrtten after the death of Lieut., Germany is playing it double game Col. McCrae, author of "In Flanders as usual. Fields," and printed in The New York A dollar will care for a soldier for one week. But Evening Post.) Playing for time, primarily. more than all is she seeking to im- Best ye in peace, ye Flanders dead. How many SOLDIERS WILL YOU MAKE press the world at lurge with her The fight that you so bravely led HAPPY next year? willingness to quit; make it appear We've taken up. And we will keep that further continuation of the wur True faith with you who lie asleep They are walling for your answer to the is on the head of the allies. With each a cross to mark his bed, Which has been her dominating Aiul poppies blowing overhead, plan from the outwt. Where once his own life blood run Germany is just as deceitful, just red. This space donated by tricky, Just u streacheruus as when So let your rest bo sweet und deep as began planning for "der she first In Handera fields. Tag". Just as big a wolf In sheep's clothing. Just as willing to knife Feur not that ye have died for naught OF LANCASTEK. KY, the world from behind. The torch you threw to us we caught. America has voiced her determina- Ten million hands will hold it high, She And Freedom's light shall never die. tion to wipe out Prussianlsm. tKOS SfK.1ll.LK, uiAS. c. luaals, vu. mJtsi must stand pat. This second army K. U. UNbstr, .cr.ury must go forward as planned. It must be financed according to schedule. There must be no halting, no hesitaPoultry Tonic tion, no delay, You cin malm II Whether it means months or years, ffulloiii, or Ilia iMt fskfl I ioulirytoolcknottn whether it means one more Liberty llh a boo Iwdla of Tsar Loan or half a dozen, whether it IHIIK tssltrf IMIdf. 1CIU Curus Slid prevent A HCOULARLV means much or little of sacrifice for INCOaeoHATIO INSTITUTION Of LCABNIMO uuiurr-iireicoolers, sail 321 GUTHRIE STREET, North of Po.toffice LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY ollifrdlM.SMii. At Uru all of us, trUln or tir mill .U,kL world-pea- ce is For the burden of IVjultry buuk frve. Trains young men and women for Business or Civil Service ISSllM ItMfl lUltllM.IS. positions. upon America mure than all the All who desire to qualify for either or both lines of Hasclden Brothers. world. employment should write for full information at once. FoleySHoneyTAr These Kamerad Calls. We want to get next to ourselves. The habit of Introspection ran BAD n morbid condition if unduly Hut there is no danger cultivated. of that with us. Wc do not Indulge Get busy with a bottle of' we take ourto excess in self-studDr. King's New Discovery selves for granted. at once I And lately some of us have been I We have hint an found wanting. Coughs, colds and broaenlit illieVs (opportunity of showing ourselvrs to they are all likely to result In danr.tr. be a leveldieaded nation, and lis a ous altrrnuths unless checked In time. And how effectively anil quickly Dr. nation we hnve met the test. But King's New Discovery helps to do the there have been some instructive Inibracd. Irritated Checking workl exceptions. soothed, the mucous membranes The first otficial news of Ger-- , phlegm loosened freely, and quiet, restful sleep follows. many s peaceful inclinations threw' All drutjutt have, It. Sold since 1869 whole cities olT their balance unit they weren't all small cities, either ( Constipation Emacipatloa Public official proclaimed carnivals No more Uzv bowels, yellow com. of Jubilation, factory whistles com plextlon, sick headache, indigestion, and milted the usual cacophonies, embarasslng breath, when you use at a several correctly Dr. King's New Life, Pills. Hallowe'en was celebrated They systematic the system and keep weeks ahead of the calendar. bt world looking cheerful. Meanwhile, some common, average folks took the trouble to read the Prussian offer which olfcrcd nothWord has been received ing but a frnnk estimate of American at the intelligence. It implied that we had United War Work Campaign not rneugh perspicacity to delect one 043 South Fourth Street, of the clun,JiFt tricks in modern that at the meeting of the judges of ilplunucy the United Wor Work song contest, When our enemy calls us a fool we held in Chirngi), the award of the may resent it openly, or we may take gold medal for the best song entered But went to Egbert Vnn Alstyne ail Gu it calmly and keep our temper. let us not celebrate the Insult with Knhn, two professional song writer rejoicings. Don't blow factory whist- of Chicago. les ami hire 11 jaz band. If we hold by the lweal The song selected parades let us leave Old Glory at judges a being the best entered in home; the national Hag was not de- Kentucky in the contest, was comsigned to embellish a procession of posed by Nannie (I. Board, nf lmi-vilt- c, clowns. n young colored woman. The English performed the same Nannie Board's song received honwhen Mafeklng was relieved orable mention from antics the Chicago A song from every State in in the ntfrly months of the Boer war judges. lived down the mem- the Central field of the United War and haven't ory yet The verb "matNck" is Work Campaign was submitted to the found in standard dictionaries now, final judges and it was after considand signifies "to male a fool of jour-sel- f erable time had been jpent in select by public demonstrations". The ing the best composition, that "For English "mafficked" they the Boys Over There" by Van Al because though! the war was over, and on the ,ty,ie and Kahn was derided upon as anniversary of the day they vvcrrjiilc winning number, wondering whether it would ever end ( These two song writers have colour armies in France have Kj h.borated on a number of popular through , none of their enthusiasm mung them being "For Your their exemplary discipline. That j,oy am jiy Boy" and "What Are very quality increases their imetus You Going to Do for the Boys"?, and makes them doubly terrible to lth of which were widely sung dur the foe; they light by formula, like ing the Fourth Liberty Loan Drive aladding machines, ami the result is ways right. Mnsmc Uaji. Some of us need discipline here at Sill lire Is coldrii" onilnry Is l: home. The nation, as a whole, is a nmvrrnllon Is usually Irsd liml ronfsli rn Ho- - telephone Is a nlckM one, and we are entitled . to feel a grudge against any com- arrnnsi-mmtmunity that compromises the rest of $5,000. us by paroxysms of delight over LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. peace offers that impeach our very unity of purpose. SCHOOL BONDS. Sealed proposals wanted, which will be opened FltlDAY. NOVEMBER lilth. at the office of Dr. Should Convince Every Lan- J. A. Anion, 19IS.Ijincastrr. Kentucky, in caster Reader. at one o'clock, P. M. $3,000.1)0 Ijincinter Grsided ComThe frank statement of a neighbor, mon School Bonds, 5. telling the merits of a remedy. Interest due .annually on the Kith, day of December. Bids you pause and believe. Dcnomlnnton $500, first to be reThe same endorsement deemed December 15th. I!i23, nnd By some stranger far avvny one each year "thereafter. Commands no belief at all, Assessed valuation for tasation in i district Here's a Lancaster case. $2,000,000.00. $2.1.000 indebtedness in bonds. A Lancaster citizen testifies, Endowment fund f 15,000.00 well Bead and be convinced. secured. 1). C. Sanders, prop., of rtfmbcr Population of district about 2,500. and coal business, Campbell St., says Population of Lancaster, which is included in district, I.fiOO. "I have used Doan's Kidney fills with Located on I. nnd N R. It, in censatisfactory results and don't hesiregion. of state, in tate to endorse them. My kidneys terLancnstrr has Blue Grass each of thrre hanks, were nut or order nnd I had dull, which has a capital of (50,000. I also had sorenagging hnckaches. in three banks, . Aggregate deposits ness in the small of my bark and my 1800,040.00. Two llouring mills of large capackidneys were irregular in action. ity and run daily. Doan's Kidney Pills, procured lit newspaper wiemy. line llrst-rias- s bal- City indebtedness $21,003, Stormes' Drug Store, relieved the Works owned by !ue,n Water trouble and put my kidneys in goodr"." city. condition. I Original cost of present buildings Price 00c, at all dealers. Don't ami grounds, $50,000.00. simply ask for a kidney remedy get Garrard County's debt, jin.flou prope-t- y valuation of Doan's Kidney Pills -- he same that Assessed $11,000,000.00. Foster-Milhur- n .Mr. Sanders had. W, M ELLIOTT, Sec'ly Boa-- d. Co., Mfgrs., Bulfnlo, N. V. Lancaster, Ky, October loth, lUltS. STUFFED UP WITH "A COUr in The Song Contest.' ,,., Lancaster Proof ANSWER THIS UNITED WAR WORK CAMPAIGN. We Citizens National Bank lrMl F5i bit M2 Gals. 5v n Commercial School t, The Central Record, Thursday, Nov 7, 1918. 3G 3G DG ' A- 1 Eveline Virginia Criscltlis was born May fith, 1852; died Oct. l!8th, 1918. Age sixty-si- x years, five months and six riujs. She was married to J. (', Crlrcillls Feb. 24th, 1870, These two watked life's Journey Better, Safer and Cheaper than any Artificial Light. together for forty-si- x years anil twenty-si- x days. The Lord has been very gracious toward them in giving them nil these huppy days of blessed companionship together. Five children were given them. One of these died in infancy. About twenty-thre- e years ago Millard F. Criscillis was taken away just as he was bloom. los. ing into young manhood. The parSNYDER. ent were bleed with the privilege Mrs. Floyd Snyder breather, her of Maying with and caring for all the other children until they were bu t nbout eleven o'clock last Tliurs day morning at the home of her sis grown. This happy walk, blesed companG-EEA- T ter, Mrs. llurton Sanders, near hero. She was only ill u few days of Span ionship, sueet and loving fellowship lib influenza, later developing into was interrupted on March 20th, 1910 Her remains were plac when husband and father, without pneumonia. ed to rest In the (lilend cemetery notice to loved ones, suddenly cross Her death was n terrible shock to her ed over the River and was at Home family and the entire community with the Lord, 'which was far betNo word that uc tould say would add ter". This sudden departure was a AT 2:30 P. M.S to the loving memory of this conse very great shock to companion and crated woman, She wu a daughter children who were left behind. So was said would be given wide circuhard to understand why he must of the late Itubcrt and Clarke Robert lation through branches of the comHut with and leaves her husband, and little needs go then so sudden! mittee throughout the country, deson, Harlan, who is Just four years these months intervening we can U The RECORD extends its hearty clared that "German militarism old, two sisters, Mrs. It. A. Uroaddus better understand. Since hfs home- Admission 75cts including Box Seats economic nnd Mrs. llurton Sanders to mourn going, wife has looked forward with appreciation to Its readers rho have but the tool of German She wns born and reared anxious anticipation of the reunion so promptly with us in world domination," and the only way her AUTOMOBILE SPACE After only two years, our efforts to I've u; to th rrc nt "to retaliate for German savagery" nnd lived her earlier life In Itich' over there. niond and Madison county, but the seven months and eight days of wait Uocrnr.in ruling cn r.ewipan.r u!i' is for the women of America to relast few years she had resided near ing the longing for Home nnd the seriptions. As required by the rules fuse to have anything to do with the llradshaw Mill and she was known to promised fellowship over there, was subscriptions must be paid in advance products of the Teuton Empire. Counteracting the official anall. A member of the Christian granted. On Monday evening nt 7 or we cannot continue sending The church and a very zealous worker in P. M. Oct. 28th. 10 IS, reave was tnk- - RECORD. Those of our readers nouncement that the toys were purchurch affairs, and in any cause that en of the loved ones and earthly whose time had expired were prompt- chased and paid for two years ago, was worthy, she was especially active, home here for loved ones and the ly notified of the new ruling, and the Miss Marbury said "Germany was at DG G DG 3ME The home response has been gratifying. Truly that time wantonly committing outand a teacher in the Sabbath school, Heavenly Home there. and the little children who were so is being depfetcd here, but the home ninety per cent of those notified rages" against which, she asserted, fond of her and to whom she gave circle is being completed there may have ernewed and will continue re- womankind must protest. PAINT LICK ceiving the Record each week until her fondest love and attention will it be unbroken some day I "I never expected to be glad of In going away, the mother leaves the expiration of the new extension Mrs, F II. Smith wus in Richmond mils her sadly. No death that has I gray hair and other signs of past and occurred near here in recent years two sons, one daughter and four period . Saturday- grandchildren. The sons and daugh To those who so far have not re- gone years, but when our American Logan Wist rrturnrd to State Col has cat a deeper shadow of sorrow than that of Mrs. Snyder. She was ter are James, Joe and Miss Lida newed, we again remind them that boys in France called me 'mother' lege Monday. These are among our best THIS ISSUE of The RECORD is and wanted to tell me all about the known to m many and loved by all Criscillir Diana Woods da. about recovered May the THE LAST issue they will receive un- fight, and where they lived and about who knew her, and the hearts of the and most honored citizens. from chicken pox. entire community and all join in the Lord graciously sustain and bless til they pay urrcages and extend their own mothers in America, I re.Mr It I. Klkin of Lancaster paid deepest sympathy their subscription date in advance. joiced", wrtcs one of the American for the family in them in their bereavement. volunteer workers of the American the Hank n mil .Monilay Our departed sister, together with These rules are made by the their irreparable loss. Optometrist. her husband, wns buried with Christ Harry McWhortcr came home on ns a conservation measure, Fund for French Wounded. in baptism about twenty three years and our very existence, and ration BUCKEYE DANVILLE, - KENTUCKY. Wtc'iiemluy on u furlough. Loudly answered was the game ago. These have been years of print paper depends on our .strict .Mr O. - Arnol.l of Kirksville Warden of Simpson County, plea for Opposite Gilcher Hotel. Mrs Martha Anderson spent Sun fruitful serviie. Her love and de observance of the rules. WE WILL m in I'nint I.iek Monilay. S p.m. squirrels to be sent to sick soldiers at Cffic. Hour, 8 to 12 nj I to day witli Mrs. Klijah Ray. votion to ner euviur mis tiecn very LIVE UP TO THEM. .Miss, Sadie Ralston returned to Camp Taylor. Hunters came in at She was faithful to her The rules are effective Nov. 1st, Mrs. It. W. Sanders and Mrs. J. W marked. (vorgctown College Monilay. churih and loyal to her pastor. As and in the future all subscribers will different hours and from all directClark have liecn ill with intlucnzu. D. The family of Mr. Znck IIHtcr she hved and gave her life for others be notified during the month in which ions, and as each made his deposit the Mr. W. Gullcy jhac ntiout recovered from Influenza have been II. with the and family who her love grew stronger for her Sav their subscription expires. Prompt crowds about the store grew denser III fuc nrc able to By and the pile mounted higher. ior. Only n little while before she renewels will prevent the discontinu Mr. John F. White left Tuesday be out again. actual count 75C squirrels were dresswent nwuy, she feebly whispered ance of your paper. for Nicholasville to east Ilia vote for Mr. and Mrs. Talbott Jenkins spent Hound up with love". ed and shipped to the bast hospital. Stanley. Office at Halney's Livery Stable. All that she the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Wal- tried to tell of This is what we call patriotism. that !oe could not be Messrs Jai. .V. Denny, Wood and Kentucky Lancaster. ker Uradshaw. Though not able to ex understood. uobert Walker were In Richmond 'no German-Mad- e Mr. and Mrs. - F. Drown and fam press all the desired, she is now able To Buy Monday, ily were guests Sunday of Mr. and to express a full heart of love in the Goods. The will of Shelby C. Tudor was Mrs. Handy Kurtz. Master's pretence above. She tried An uppeal to the women of Amer offered for probate in Madison Court Mr. and Mrs. Dan Ray were week to sing the old song, "There'll Be No ica to refuse to buy goods made in Monday. end ugests of her parents, Mr. and Stormy Clouds There". She said "I Germany, "whether so marked or FUNERAL DIRECTOR Mr. Klsir Fritz and little on are Mrs. Lewis Simpson. am going home to Jesus". Yes mnny not", and particularly to prevent the Oilier Over National Hank. visiting her grandmother, Mr. Anna Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Miles snent clouds had gathered over the way sale In this country of a recent large Moberley. lte.iJen.ee t'hon 3. Office I'hone 27 Sunday night with Mr. and Mrs. Hu through life's Journey here but these 'mpoi.atlon of German manufactur TerriUe Safferkg From Headacke, Mr. J. S. Harrow rumc back from LANCASTER. KY. Sideacte. Backache, and Weak-nehave all passed away and the soul is ed toys and china, was issued by Marcellus Ky. Livingston Saturday enroute to his bert Carter at going out through a clear sky into Elizabeth Marbury, president of the Reliered b Cardui, Mr. and Mrs. Otis Ray Bogie and home In liceville Texas. Women's National Committee of the Says Thi Texas Lady. ittle daughter, visited Mr. and Mrs. eternal day. "And there shall be no American Defense Society. acIn a letter home William and Ed night there: and they need no candle, Her Adolph Deazlcy recently. mund Ralston stated they had sailed neither light of the sun; for the Lord tion followed a' vigorous protest by Gonzales, Tex. Mrs. L. L. Sanders of Crab Or God giveth them light." Mr. Minnie PU11-po- t, the New York City Federation of for rrance on Nov. 1st. Her body of this place, writes: "Fire years chard, visited her parents, Mr. and was laid to rest in the Lancaster Women's Clubs against the sale of Mr. and Mrs. Kdd Toners of Itich- ago I was taken vlth a pala la my Mrs. Hiram Ray last week. Cemetery beside that of her hus the German toys. Mrs, ere guests of Mr. left side. It was right under toy Kentuoky. uiond llurton Tuesday. and Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Ray and chll- - band's. Lick, One member suggested a Twentieth As the thoughts of children Pmnt Morris Iren were guests Sunday of his par and loved ones go to that spot, may Century "Boston ten party" to have left rib. It would commence with an Mr. Sam Anderson has the symaching and extend up Into my left ents, Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Ray. Nicy cheerfully sing with the poet: the offending goods thrown over pathy of the community in the loss boulder and on down Into my back. ship which brought board from the Mr. and Mrs. Otis Ray Ilogie an. 'They ihall alccp, but not of his third child from influenza. By that time the pala would be so forever. week-ni- l them across the Atlantic, but the fed laughter, "were visitors tt severe I would have to take to bed. fkerc will be a glorious dawn. Mr. John Faulkner White and Mrs VETERINARIAN. eration named a committee to inves and suffered usually about three days parents, Mr. and Mrs. Scott of '7c shi.ll meet to mrt, no, never. Itice Woods were the guests of Mr. ler imporntion with a pos tigate the C.ll. Aiitw.ird Promptly Uy ir A. K. Walker and family one day last Jessamine County. On the resurrection morn. ...t Buffered this vay for three years, sibility of a direct appeal to Presi- and got to be a mere skeleton and wai week. NUM. rhon. 317. They shall sleep, but not forever, dent Wilson. Part of the German so weak I could hardly stand alone MAUKSBUKY Misa Hettie Williams of Uichmond In the lone ami silent grave: KENTUCKY. t A C Ntttt. articles, which had been held at Rot- Was not able to go anywhere and had and Mr. Orvillo Hoone were guests Hlessed be the Lord that taketh, terdam,- owing to war conditions, to let my bouse work go... I suffered Murk Itogie sold two weanling with a pain la my back of Mrs. Kdd Williams Saturday night Blessed be the Lord that gave. were abandoned to customs officials awfulthe headache all the time. and I had mules nt $75. 9ml $100. I Just and Sunday. recently by the consignee, an import- was unable to- do .a thing. My Ua In the bright eternal city Mr. Adams and family who arc all was a misery, my stomach got in an ing firm which bought nnd paid for Mr and Mrs. Hugh Morton left Death can never, never cornel lown with Influenza, are said to be awful condition, caused from taking .Monilay for their home in Dothan. In Ills own good time He'll call them them in the spring' of 1914. so much medldtio. I guttered In n serious condition with It. much Fine Cut Flowers. Ala., ufter spending several weeks In a statement explaining their re pain. I had Just about givensoup all From their rest to Home, Sweet Mrs, A. J. Rice nnd son William, with relatives here, fusal to nccept the shipment, the im- hopes of our getting anything to helu Home". porters asserted they had eliminated me. John M. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert I.edford are who have been victims of the "flu' One the goods from their catalogue long thrown day a Birthday Almanac wat receiving congratulations over the are much Improved nt this time. In my yard. After reading ago and accepted the loss. DeclarMr. W. C. Greening of Oklahoma arrival of a beautiful little girl in Its testimonials 1 decided to try CarW. A. WHEELER ing t,hat American manufacturers had dui, and am so thankful that I did. was here several days last week and their home, christened Mary. Boy old his farm to Mr. Joe S. Haseldcn taken the berman g place in the toy for I began to Improve when on the DENTIST minor r.iuringe writes to Ills par- - of Lancnster. The government wants all kinds and china market, they declined to 'second bottle,..! am now- a well woman and feeling fine and the curs lent from "Somewhere in France' KENTUCKY. Mr. and Mrs. It. K. Speakt and son of nut shells to make carbon for gas assist "German propaganda designed haa been permanent for It has been LANCVSTEH. j that he is enjoying the army life and into two year j .iac3 uy awful bad health. It is hoped to reintroduce Its products Muster Hamilton, were guests of .Mr. masks of the soldiers. Ofllc over Slormes Drug Store. pleuseii Willi the country he has seen I will always pral'e end rEcommend Aniericn." ml Mrs. John Collier, east of Ijui that each boy scout will bring in E 78 1 t p.m. 7:30 H p.m. Hour. a.m. Miss .Marbury' statement, which it Cardui." Try Cardui today, The sale of John I Dozler attract- easier, Sunday. bushel of shells. One bushel of ed a large crowd in suite of the ills. shells is equal to bringing in one HerThe citizens CO, JOHN WHITE lugrceuble weather. Stock, crops and community ure of this immediate man prisoner, two bushels a German certainly fortunate LOUIVILL,KY. fjeutenunt, and three bushels, it capImplements brought top prices. Mr, escape the "flu" epidemic, only Hoys in various sections can aim .Mrs. Dozler will leave In Decern- - two families have been victims of it. tain. Llasrat asssrtiMat tmt lull value pall ber for Indiana where they expect to club together and try to bring In Mr. Charlie Rankin and family more than boys from n neighboring reside. .FURS who havo had rooms with his par soction. These shells arc used by HMm an nts for several mouths, bought a the tons, because there are millions HRADSHAW MILL. farm near Crab Orchard mid moved of soldiers who use the gas masks. 1917 $350. Hallowe'en with us here, was a to it the first ofi the week. The tarbon made from the nut shells 1917 Mrs. Icie Kemper who sustained shuts out poison gas. All shells quiet one. weeks from nuts used in households can be Miss Irene Hrodshnw spent the injuries from a fall several 1915 $350. ago, is still seriously ill. Although saved and when a sufficient quantity warnThe undersigned liereoy give week-en- d In Laucuster. ing to all persons not to trespass upon Mrs. Kemper is 84 yean of age the has accumulated it can be turned Miss lona U. Dunn spent last week 1918 $725. recovery has not been what was over to the Scouts. Schools should our land for any purpose whatever with Miss Irene Ilradihuw. liopcd for at the beginning. as we will prosecute all olfenders to 1918 have a box for all nut shell and thus $950. Mrs. Hubert Uroaddus and daughthe fullest extent of the law. Hunt-er- a A valuable horse was found dead do their share. ter, llernlce are 111 with influenza. 'and fishermen especially take with two legs broken, near Mason Let the Hoy Scouts of Garrard Mr. J. C. Cotton of Itlchmond was school, as was reported this morning. take up notice. this for their war work. Do the guest Wednesday of his sister, Some thought the Mrs. Cora Phillips. It. L. Elkln, animal met death not for one moment think, the war is Mrs. S. M. rrewitt. Emma Daniels, Mrs. by undue speeding of an auto. This over. It cannot be over for months It. U Arnold. Mr. the second horse that has been yet and we must not stop even our Mrs. Sarah J. P. Hackley, with Mr. Irrultt's partnU, Mr. and killed on the road side here recently. smallest work. FOOT vs BALL NOV CENTRE Mrs. Charles Cotton of near Itlch mond Tuesday. ROBERTS. I'hitip Itoberts, of Ruthton, Ky, died at the hon.e of his brother-in- law, Mr. llurton Sntulers, Monday morning, after a short illness of Spanish influenza, which developed into pneumonia. Ills remains were taken to the Uichmond cemetery for burn! llo is survived by his moth' er, Mrs, Clarkic Roberts, three sis ters, Mrs. It. A. IlroadJus, Mrs. Bur ton Panders and Mrs. Floyd Snyder, who is seriously ill. All Join in deep ist sympathy for the family in their Obituary. LET US 3 LIGHT YOUR FARM WITH ELECTRICITY LAZES. 9th SATURDAY, FIELD, BASTIN BROTHERS, LANCASTER, KY. CHEER DANVILLE. $1.00 RY. Thanking You For Past And Future Favors. $1.25. lo. Some of America's Most Famous Foot Ball Players. CARDS. J. J. Byrne Exclusive Pryor, Dr. Win. Volerinary Surgeon and Dentist. Urges Women J. A. Beazlev COULD HARDLY STAND ALONE H. J. PATRICK, Dentist. Dr. Printus Walker Honaker McRoberts. War Work For Scouts. t CARS FOR SALE .. M4Uu POSTED One One One One One Ford Roadster, Ford Touring Car $425. Ford Touring Car, Chevelet Touring car . Dort Demonstrator ... PftINT LIGK GARAGE PAINT LICK, KENTUCKY. The Central Record, Thursday,. Nov 7 1918. ALW AT THE GOO D IU1 V- 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 hvand let us convince you on the qualities and prices. all-wool Quality Clothin family-Ha- R HENS SUITS & OVERCOATS $15. w S40. BOYS SUITS & OVERCOATS $5 to '$18. Shoes for the whole ts and Furnishings for men and boys, the quality Idea carried out In every Une JAS. W. SMITE, Lancaster, Kentucky. HOUSE OF QUALITY. I, They V Copyright 1913 Hut ScUltsu l. Man CocivitiM HIS Mrt ScUrf-K- t U Mux oii read had although we get a plentv ami I In all probability whin have a row of bein bushc or the side of the drain ditilie. this I shall be on the ocean Before guess it will Ye (he one for a I enjoyed the I wish to s? a dinner fine, the TTT TfT Tf INCORPORATED. fTMM - ian'' l,'nnt 'rec near the edge of the I go the people ofthrough jour pa- 'while. played Garrard'rounty hand The Chritnins cartons used to per to ami we had some tfooj MR I III IIIIMU .iroan. I1.E0 a year. esuED Weekly. thing than singing. Have been in swimming can send the solJier boys Christmas gifts Tell all twice, folks hcM. 9 there is n stream. of water near ami that the their do no wiser purses gen- - As ta Tire blowing,theI will haw to have nVriveil at the local lied Cross J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. to oen hearts and .m Pats-A distrifar: close. When you unsner, be lots of lih in it too. cruuly to the call of the Y. M. R.L. KLKIN.' Local Editor and Mtir. rooms and are now ready for bution to the friends and parents of '"' ,,l',t reg.irds to all. ami it kindred organisations Dor- - you give this address, Mr nn.l Mr Due Dnfl.l.rar were! I'rivt. Kverett Kast our brother, ing the past week I have heard from j loured l Ibe Tost office Id Lsnciittr, Kj all boys who have rrceivd the nec- delighted to hear from their son. boys. No Msll Msttcr. K A. It O. Co.. American E. F. essary label from those ) second-cissnk ,:'Kb'- Lartual workers of th" work that Clarence, who embarked for France . -Wing done over there for our boys'" " boxes will be allowed to go through ",ply ' ' Member Kentucky Press Association the mails except in the cartons fur- several weeks ago. lie writes that 1 Soon the by these great agencies -1 'No;. '" he is delighted with his work and the'ASlid Y. .M. C. A alone will have five nished by the Bed Cross with the country in France. His friends will American hx. Forces. Eighth District Publishers League. of Mrs Ike Ttwwps 'rh' men label sent by the soldier on it. thousand worker in France be delighted to rend the following1 , such Those who havc( received from all walks of life, who have left I"'""' brought here from Lektostan Rates For Political Announcements letter to hi mother. Monday aftrrmten ami inform! , from "The Stars and Stripes", a home and family to do tl.w perilous j labels are requested to call at once For Precinct and Citv Offices ...J 5.00 and get the boxes at which time you ,h -cemetery, the 'newspaper published by the A. K. task. Back them up with your 10.00 County Offices r vices trllHC conducted by Bev. J K. in France and is characteristic of the m,siin. wilt be instructed as to what shall and State and District Offices.... 15.00 what shall not go in them. ror Ill health causel bsr-l- t American boys "over there". It was There is danger (but peace talk Moorman. 10 For Calls, per line ,u lMngton some time ayv shortly after a victorious battle and may interfere with this drive. We,1 The boxes ere at the Joseph Mer10 For Cards, per line ne Saturday alW the engineers were quick in getting all hope that peace is ncr I am cantile Co.'s store and you should For all publication? in the interrolling stock to beginning to believe that it Is. But!"0"" rome of the Bot-hcall at once and get them so they est of iiidiviildida or expresMurh rolling again. One unit was operat- for months jet our soldiers will be iawthyos xiprcsvwj for may be returned to the Bed Cross sion of Individual views, per husband who is left alow, the ing a German narrow gauge railroad over there. even if hostilities were Room not later than Thursday the 10 line twelve hours after the Boche left it. to cease li. morrow, and during these jroke uf prelonge. sickness and 14th. 3 Obituaries, per line locomotives Little were runtiing months of i.lleni-- s. when the excite-- ! hing fallen heavily upn htm. about, their German numeplate ef- ment of combat does not sustain , Do .. r. Lancaster, Ky., November 7, 1918 faced, rechristcned in chalk. IVmCaiCj.' them, they will ned more than ever, Kn, Company K. "Mndaline the administrations of the "Y" men. The remains uf KWaKl, In answering tho question, "What gineers", rend the inscription on one. r u' i k'i......i,i i iarrant coujity nas not shirked a would you do with the Kaiser" in last One engineer swgeant's best girl ,in..t. '.iuty. ami she will not ltitk'l7nf Do ,.. l k. ... Saturday's Courier Journal, Mr. JoFinl bad; in the States had been honored. , no. , i Bn,u ,.,., frnl " imm,i know fu W. Miller, of this ctiy gave the folIs even if she wnsn t tliere to know reauy ui .10 ner wri in me grni ,( WPrt. ,imtdtately Interred ,ta)-lowing reply: m 'about It drive fur money gifts the world hasm th CMH,i,.ry here He was (By Bruce Barton) "You ask the opinion of many per I "Can anybody run this", asked an cv, r "'' 'ItJlt years of age and had been mar- lie is n conscientious gentleman, rons as to what should be done with engineer, captain of his company, rieil only about live months. He was who honestly wants to do right. And the Kaiser. The following letter, from another pointing to one diminutive engine ,, Wurvt , ,hl, C1unt Often from the perpetration of the j he came to me shaking his head. with a flywheel like a threshing ma- (.arrar, bounty boy who is- - "Over, fritn,,, I lMM,rv,(o hfar "I want to do my full part in this greatest crimes has been brought ll be Interesting chine. There to hi. hi, untjmry CLARENCE DUDDERAR. ,lvl,. T,. imnlwlw United War Work Campaign", he about unlooked for benefits to the) "Sure. I can. sir." said one huakv numerous friends in the ruuni). fui,.. uf l.t, .lp.,l. u n. mnueiifM f.,U )n Active Service with the Amerl- - private from his company. said. "Do you think a hundred dol- humun rare. "I've fir They are to his mother, Mrs. Min lowed by pneumonia. Mucli" Most every one is familiar with the' can Kxpeditionary .F'orces. lars is my share?" ed on twenty-seve- n railroads, I've era Kast and cousin Leano Kast: is felt for the young w(fe and ' n .w Engineers ,3d Bn ., A K. F been fired from seven, I've workeil And I told him that it would be siory oi joscpn who was sold into "Somewhere in France." 1" parents. Somewhere In Kraiuc, .hard for anyone but himself to de- Keypt, who at thirty years of age was , on every kind of loctmotiNe tho Bald Dear .Mother:-- 1 cide. "There are so many different virtually ruler of the land and who )rUT Mother: will write you a few lines to tit win Works ever thought of and I cun began to gather together during the I will try and write you all a ways of looking at money," I said. run anything with four wheels, that you know I am well. I received Well, this leaves me well and Fritz can build. Porter Wearren, well known and A hundred and seventy millions years of plenty, that none should I'll have this baby your letter ami was glad to hear all looks big at first glance. I hope it will find you all the same. talking Knglish in an hour. iwcii ronnecteit throughout the conn- It is forty starve during the years of famine was well. " . times what Jefferson gave for the and by so doing was the salvation of I like line. This is n grand old place I am liking France fine so far. I ty died at his home near McCreary his brethren. The letter below was written to am enjoying myself just the same a, list Sunday Louisiana territory. here and everyone seems to like it. afternoon at tbr The Great N'azarene too, at the age How is everyone back home, I guess .Mrs. W. II. Bradshaw, whose of nine It's a dollar and seventy cents fof on.jf there wasn't any war. We iwve o'clock after an illne His they are having a good time. Rarest C. Bay, died of pneumonia, j band concerts every evening. .Muniii, months. He contracted pneuaionia every man, woman and child in the of thirty, began to establish I havsnt heard from any one from in the camp at Montgomery, tims, Ala.,you wanted to know what France during last winter and uit land; tis more than eight dollars, and Kingdom, ami by His teaching began to blaie the way to the brotherhood old Kentucky or a long time. Some land was writtenTiy Miss Flience F. ijooks the point of death. One of a half for every household, like. What I have seen of it'wa "You can figure it on that basis", 1 of man. The pharisees sought for of the boys got some mail this morn- fc bmith, who was assisting In caring has . , mostly all in irranes and the lungs I'icame involved, whlfh told him. "On the basis of dollars and diil lucomplish His death. By ing ami they were some proud ones, for the sick soldier boys at Camp tl, there' are some very fine old necessitated an operation in order to I Sheridan, anil cents. Or you can figure it on which act the requirements of the too. 1 urn "some where in France timber. The towns are all old ones "l,v his life, lie continued to get law they did not and could not obeyli,.,. I in.es, vmi wh,ire worse and the end came peacefull) "American Bed Cross" buildings, the basis of boys, 1,1 its demands, undla thought I was never going to Camp Sheridan, Montgomery, Ala., '11 do!b,cc"mi! 5n,ifi1 Of boys?" he questioned. I want you to write every day and',"t Sunday, surround.il by relatives 'they as well as all men were iriven . ... -- n i.... .1.1. 1. .1... ..1 Oct. 'lUh. 1UIH. tell mi all the news. Tell Bailey to,l,"l friends. He leates a wife and not understand.1 i hal ' l"1Vt' bll( children, two brothers, Brutus to wrile Ilny unc, j My Dear Mrs. Bradshaw: It's less than fifteen cents a day for an avenue to escapa us penalties. be a good boy ami go to school. "We will for the purpose of coii.iBUeB, my iUc Kir , raising sund by you will fl.ive received O. Wearren and two sisters, Before this each of our soldiers and sailors," I When yuu write be sure to give eluding this article say that Satan ,10W( I am this'nildresrj Aliis Minnie Wearren of this rountj, answered. k it llls bcoti a month since 1 news of your son's leaving us. "Fifteen "cents a day to With lots of love. has selected a willing emissary to this wrote ner, ,)ont I a teacher ut Montgomery, give them warmth and comfort and and have molher. Peal, of Iroquois, Illinois, Kerelt KaH, He was a memberif the llsytist entertainment, and lectures, and Kaiser and has filled him with a leg- - will come luln0 smt. Kttct.t ()ay by been helping take rare of the buys at l.'l.l C. A. Hdq. Co., f h,im ""pabIc and by, and it wont be long, 1 don't the Base Hospital since the epidemic American V.x. Forces. church and after short services .it games, and the thought of mother!'0" 'T1? ''"'J" committing tho diabolical critics 'he grave his remains were interred has been so bad. My home is at "Dear Cousin and of God' think. with which he is chiirged. Yet fryn I haven't seen any one here I thought perI will answer Well, liockport Illinois, anil "Fifteen cents u day for a boy: cemetery last Mon-an- d j our letter I received!'" this world war, the cruelest of nil th.it,! know yet there are several old haps it might be a comfort to you to two for a quarter a day. How many afternoon, wai, ghtd to hear from you. wnrs, I look to be evoked the greatest boys over here. " Have any of the know that his doctor was an Illinois had been so long since I had received boys will you take?" And his eyes kindled. "I think I temporal blearing ever bestowed upvu buys from around home gone to the man and that an Illinois woman a letter I had begun to think every' ...... ..- helped care for him. could take ten at least", he said. He the human race (i. c.) the Universal camps yet? l..l iniKi'iieii tin,w iu write, 1 11.K1 brotherhood of Man. lauiu Hamilton Ward, youngest Well 1 will close for this time, as I drew his check book out. When I went on duty for the first am still in I ranceind liking fine. I This war as bound to come us the can't write ton of Mr. uud Mrs. Milton Ward I haven't seen any one I know so "Figure it out and tell me the time, he looked ut me so hard and tell you much. far. thought he wanted something, so 1 Good bye and love to nil, price", he said. "I want )ou to give precurser of the great blessing. Well, Cousin! France is nothing died at the home of his parents Mon"When Franco presented to tho them the best you've got. What is it Private Clarence K. Dudderar." asked him, but lie said "I was Just like, li thought it would be. The day evening nt seven o'clock, the imUnited Stutes trio Statue Of Liberty looking at yuu. You are new". He towns nre all old but there is itome mediate cause uf his death being going to cost?" spinal trouble, which he hud been " for ten boys, for a year, at two Krilightening the World, she wus I came The following" letter, from Frank was a dear sweet boy to take care of, fine scenery. almost ucross symbolining u prophecy of what is Bigsby, with the American Kxped- always did just as we asked him to Frunce uud seen several of the old alflicted vvith practically all his life. for a quarter a day?" emy-n- e yea., o " So 1 figured it out for him: sup- now occuring. itionary Forces, was written to Ids do, and we thought a good deal of cities. We are near Bordeaux now. It This Is an Anglo-Saxocivilisation, brother, Mr. J. C. Itlgsby, uud will L.t him. He had good cure. .The nurses Is u fine '' pose you figure it out for yours If. old city, I have bee., there f1"'? j""1 f!ir I" and the tvio Knglish speaking Nainteresting to Ids numerous friends in his ward were so sweet and gentle once, and hope t g0 Ulfi, lfl',1,1, J! ,"r,lnU- tions, Knglaud "Kphriam" and the In M hi ruule L'nder a ruling of the Food Admiii- and patient und cheerful, so you may peeled to see most of the country In!"". the county. 'out a muriner und even lu within one istratlon millers are required to United Mates "Mnnnua" represent-grin- d in., "Somewhere in France" Sept 17th. know he wus in good hands. i... whenJ'"'-- ' the tWo onl ut JouI,1 ,iave u"-the farmers' own wheat, When his time came to go, I stay, been timbered land, Where we lire hour of his death, he never "com- Dear Brother:- - to carry the Gospel to all .t they to request, ut a charge of thirty-- 1 Kt lins In My company is located very com- ed vvith him, unit with one hand on now located they lul.e mostly grapes. I I . Tim HirninnOii, five cents per bushel, und return to " L "oriu, fortably here. We had a good trip his hand and tho other on his head, It seems the women do must of the Ilia hi. ml in. mil,.. 1 In view of the past events as the farmer Hour and feed In acon the way over sea, nlso made a so he wouldn't feel alone, if he work, The people aro very polite, of the community go out to the fam ily in tho loss of their son and brothcordance with the schedule fixed by given above and what is likely to quick voyage. ehodld be conscious. And all the If I could only to speak French er, whom they loved devotedly. the Food Administration. The rule grow out of this war, had we not We made 11 short stay In England time 1 was thinking of and praying 1 think 1 could stay n life-tim- e here. Short services were conducted nt as to substitutes is not In any way better as a professed Christian Nation but 1 like Frunce much the better. I don't learn French very fust. for his mother. the grave yesterday afternoon by affected by this change. Millers are place the Kaiter where he cannot This country is fully fifty years Dear Mrs. Bradshaw, you haven't We first landed In Knglai.d, I not permitted to accept any sort of harm himself and give him ample behind tho times in farming opera- really lost your boy. It is just that saw some beautiful scenery, the old Bev. V, I). Palmeter after which his the flour or feed as payment or part time to repent." tions, as tho farmers have only a few your blue star ed to gold, hills looked natural, jt made me 1. remains were interred in the Lancaspayment of the milling charge of the I have left ull my accounts in the acres to cultivate. I suppose they and over beyond the horizon that little homesick to look ut them, I ter cemetery. t thirty-fiv- e cents, but the farmer may hands of Mr. Green Clay Walker for work that way to take, up time. moved a little nearer for him than hope to see a lot more of France and Sound, sound the clarion, fill the fifett sell a part of the wheat to the miller collection, and would be glad Blackberries are in full blast and' you expected, your starts shining ionic of Germany. if To all the sensual world proclaim. at the regular price and use part of those knowing thetuselve indebted they are fine too. Grapes are be- brighter than ever. May God com Well we had a big dinner Sunduy, One crowded hour of glorious life the purchase to cancel the charge per to me will kindly call und settle. ginning to turn some. In general fort and bless you. I will not try to tell you all we had, Is wortli nn age without a nutne, bushel for milling. Dft. J. S. GILIIt'ltT. this country is cultivated intensively. 10.17.4t Florence F. Smith." but it was the first fine meal we have Scott. The Central Record Christmas Cartons Arrive. y vines "on nn fl at 2 '. "r f v'' ii'lli Thompson. ,,,, u, r, lln 'lfl "What Would You With The Kaiser." ''''" i, What You Think My Share? s. ,,,,.," jlt ,,,,, ;, Wearren. ,.. .n un vgy i'"' lt'l' Ward. , J' "" ' The Central Record. Thursday, Nov 7, 1918. b 1 COME IN AND SEE OUR ATTRACTIVE OFFERINGS IN . Suits and Coats Our prices are all marked down this week Materials and Workmanship can be Excelled Nowhere. 0 jf JOHN DEERE WAGONS, PETERS MANURi: MALL-ABL- The Joseph Mercantile 60. The One Price Store. The House of puality. A Single Register Heats Whole House AOSV, ri filter Williamton iirrtflcr wtilhcrtl )our l.iimr comlwlaMy .tlv out Iwiihtr l iioft ,., (trmtri. Ilnrna any fuel. No ht$t ni M SCALES. GAS ENGINES. SPREADERS, CHEAP. 5blOSSip ADOUt . a "V j I IPcOtjIc A M? nj lit- AND CAST RAHC.ES. COOK AND HEATING TREMELY OUR PRICES NACES. J. It. MOUNT STOVES AT EX- lv LOW PRICES. GET rj. Ii caiily In ON HOT AIR FUR- upftl floifor wall necruir)'. Otme In antl c c J h i i in one) iatcr. 4 CO., lit Squr Drl L Huutr. w fA. S. HATFIEbD, t 1 Dentist. I .IONES Ollice 5. Reside nee 37. bunciistcr, Kv" Jt sUZat- II fr W. 0. Funeral Lancaster, Ollice Phone 18. RIGNEY Residence Phone 33. Director and Embalmer. Kentucky. flWCTs.'Wafs r: t iii ...... s ..,5 tSlflALL SAVE 50cts LU! ON THE oALl DOLLAR. Don't Walt- - Best Bargains go first. I (!) SeeCIrculnr. Sander's Variety Store. WE SELL FOR LESS. II T VfifNO BLACKLEGOIDS Tu Vaccinate aosinst omcalia. Simple. Snfo. Effective. w Ms dus ts Msiturt. Us liquid ta P'tI. Ki Itrtot ts bluiplr a llllla !!) la l lokctfd uuiu lU ttls. sssv sua rata buosliis. rL lot Hals b McRoberts Drug Store! 111 D.mHllc, Tuesday. war work in the Bureau of N'avnl In. i; Single insertions le n werd Miss Thompson, the popular trim- telliKCiue. C'apt. Hume returned N'o ad taken for less than 2oc mer for Miss Miiyiii- - . Brown spent sexernl wcks ago from fourteen! the week-en- d in Lesingtnn with home nionthV service in France 'ami is nn " in this t li inn. No ails in this column rharced. instructor in field artillery at Camp folk!!. .Mr V. A Le r was in Richmond j !! .Jackson. Columbia, S. C." Peen insertions for the Mond.iy Mines Elirnbelhnnd Patsy Ander-o- n iricc of live. of Mrnkinx,' arc the guests this le- )f Richmond sends the following t Mr John Brown made n business j l'hoiir ordeij must be paid wtck of their mother, .Mrs. I'attie gram to the Courier-Journatrip tu Louisville. Tuesday promptly. Anderson. "Ilobert Edgar Turley. 'Jl! veary of Mr Joe llaselden made a business Miss Margaret Carr left Tuesday a,:e ,,a" r'cn from l,rivate life to the 'j!MiisitKtami!!tMii)Kiii,injI trio to Louisville, Tuesday. " A ar for her horns in St. LoueO.Mo., nfte'r r,,I,k of MnJ"r '" ust announ- Mrs. V A Ia'ht and children were seWaf weeks stay with Mrs. Uella Krnm ,,n R,r, Chicken Feed. Crushed Oy.Ur dn-lwv" Promoted tul Shells, Hudson, Hushes visitors m Lexington, Monday. nd r.rnali. Francis. ' ,,lat ' the rank of Major in the Coast Artill .Mr W A. Speitli spent the weekstove 0I! SALE: Hcatinii Mr. Charlie Kenner of Cinrtnii.ti. rry. Maj. Turley took his examina - ' end in Louisville, on business. Miss Fannie West if cut several days the past week nith tion at Jetrerton Ilarracks, St. Louis, I'honc 151. ilt-pd- . !ik fister.'.Mrs. II. Zimmer, it tlie in September, H'lti, and received a Mr John M. Farm made n busiKtncarlan. commission as Second Lieutenant ness trip to Lexington, Monday. WANTED Collector for t.inrn- After a brief course at Fortress Mon- ter. Aildress I'. O. Hox 301. il)r. and Mrs. M. S. Hatfield and In- ,. ... Mr IM.vi.. U',.r,l roe, in the O. T. C, he was advanced Danville, Ky ' children, left yesterday for la Usitor in Umcaster the past week. to the First Lieutenancy and sent to a jTeWilays visit to relatives at Itus-- 1 Fort Adams, It. I., where he remained - B.lUrd's Obelisk Flour, Bsll.rd', .Mr Hen I). Hermlon of Danville self Springs and Jahcz, Ky. several months in the Coast Artillery Kiln Dried Corn Meal. Corn Flour. Tuesday whs a visitor in ' h promoted to .Mrs. W O. Goodloe has returned "irvf"c- Hudson, Hughes and Farn.u ljut sprinR lie was' I .Hi., ll.,. Mi ,.ti..., wi. I,,., home after a several months stavl,ni' captaincy, FOIt SALE: Some A-- l Harred her ster. .Mrs. Jinimie Itam - ir.insierreu iwrx m rortrrss .Monroe been mute sick with the "ilu" is im: ,with as an insructor ill the Oificers' 1 lynioutn rocK Koosters. i..iti i:i-- i' 'sey, at llendersoiisvillc X. C. pruritiK. J. 11 oca n Ballard, Uryantstille, K k tralnnifr School. saMSJ Mr. and Mrs. Alex Layton have re - , Mr an, I Mrs. II. S. Hudson spent Major Turley is the ol.let son of FOIt SALE: Several pair of ;l E. Turley. president of the I'.iili- in SpriiiKlirld the guests reived word that their son. .the week-en- d year-old- , broken, mare mules. ' Layton has arrived in New York and mond-Cham'of relatives there. of 31-3- t. J. W. Sweeney expects to sail for overseas soon. cathier of the State Hand and Trust Friends of Mrs. George Patterson Company. He was married hist July FOIt SALE: Plenty of nice Hill JIr Itussel! Broun arrived in the ale glad to see her out again ufter C. It. Henry Camp Taylor last Tuesday, I, to Miss Lydiu Elmore, daughter of onions. '"y several days illness, J. W. Elmore, cashier of the Garrard 10.31-2t-pKirksville, Ky. for a stay of several days. .Mr Bank and Trust Co.,, at Lancaster. Mr Russell Sanford of Paris spent Brown is doing Y. M. C. A. work in Major Turley and Mrs. Turley reside WANTED: To trade a tram of Sunday with his parents, Mr. am) I the ramp thrre. nt Fortress Monroe. young mules and a team of young Mrs. I.. J. Sanford. News has been received here an-- ! Major Turley was educated in the mares for two Font ears. Clay N. T. Gutman, IMr. II. after KaulTman ahas days nouncing the death of Mrs. Sallir Richmond city schools, in the Eastern spending few Dunn, rrlict of the late Uria'i Dunn, Kentucky State Normal School and 10.31.2t. Crab Orrhard, Ky It 1. in Washington, I). C. of Ilustonville. Her death having 'the University of Illinois, m the kit-- t Iter of which he completed his civil j FOIt RENT: Farm in Linroln Miss Tommir Francis is visiting in ovcurred there the first of the we ill engineering course, which was the rounty, ronlaining 200 acres. Klchmoml this week,, the guest of her liss Clara Belle Speitli of I.ouis-- I ' basis of his entrance ipto the Coast sell or rent for year 11)10. sister", Mrs. George llallew. Monday for a short 'sit ville, eame J. S. Skinner, Marccllus, Ky Artillery Service." 10-2lino. I I Mr? and Mrs. Jesse Arnold of to Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Speitli. She Frankfort are guests of friends ami returned yesterday and Mrs. Spcit'i FOR SALE: House and lot on accompanied her home for a short t Y relatives here for n few days. Lexington Street, also ' four nice (Visit. Mr. Hollis Warren and Miss Dovie building lots, all in one tract contain- ,, ., Xi .Messrs Hurry Itainey ami Irvini 1 were united in marriage al ing about one anil three quarter acres ,u : . iii stni rr:urr" irv Tavlur iast Friday af- - situated on west side of Levincton ,his Hri,kv ';rior tur I 11.1 n,.itn,.u..,u nt .( L,t..li ' ..n- t... fV.ll Mount1 ' home (.a., after a . Mits Angie Kiimaird will leave . .. ' ..' (!) ghtfu summer spent Will' Saturday for Indianapolis to resume 'Irl " J. K. NKVIUS. Danville. Ky d relatives. Miss Young frieni. relatives. her duties as teacher in the I). and D. went to Louisville to visit relatives school there. Mrs. Woods Walker and daughter. and while there she and Mr. Wairen Yon Are Invited to Attend A The bride Dr. and Mi's. M. K. Denny are re- Miss Mary May, mid Miss Margaret decided on the marriage, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. ceiving congratulations over the ar- Cook were visitors in Danville last rival of a little daughter, named week.-- . Misses Jennie Higgins and Young of this city, while the groom is Eliza Smith of Lancaster were in a son of Mr. and Mrs. I.. F. Warren, "Alice Franklin". Both are well known this city on business vesterdav.- - of the county. (!) Miss Ituth Wallar, of Louis ille, Danville Advocate. in Garrard county ami have, many who has been the charming and at friends. Before moving to Lancus- Mr. and Mrs. W. II. llradshaw left, ter about two years ago Mr. Warren At My Place 1 tractive guest vf Miss I'earle' Dicker Mile From Sunday for their home in Decatur, neil in Boyle county with his parents . son. has returned home. Illinois. I'ftcr a stay of severaf davi nud was a farmer. He is now a .iol- Lieut. Ector Lawson of Fort Sill, with her mother, Mrs. Mary K. Jones. ilier at Camp Taylor. Ol.la is here for a ten days furlough They wefo accompanied FRIDAY NOVEMBER 22. 1918 home by r.i ,tn his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. !miss Lillie Jones, who will r.u.ko an Ms'Jtsty of the Law, 40 head Mixed Cattle, some Lawson, on Lexington St. extended visit with them. "Here, now!" sternly eoiiiiiiaiidiil good young cows and calves, .Mis' Jennio Cox and sister "Mrs. One of the most enjoyable events ('unstable Sum T, Slui kpnlter. the t yearling steers and heifers. doubtable tdcutli of lvitinlii, "Vim Bailey spent the week-em- l in Louis- of the season was the Hallowe'en ville with Mrs. Bailey's husband, who party given at the beuutiful country fellers move on there! S"iitter out I 65 head Mules, a few mule You're blocking Hie sldeviilk so folks is'stntioned thcrent Camp Taylor. homo of .Mr, anil Mrs. .1 F. Naylor, iiui't cef along. Ami. he.ldes nil tint. colts, 33 yearlings, 30 from hist Thursday evening. The house I wiuit to see a till of that there 2 to 6. years old. Mrs. PattiivAndersoii has returned, lloj Debt mM'lf before It Is all over." home after reveral weeks stay in was beautiful in its decorations of 1 Shetland. Pony. Kansas City Star. A great Jack ohiuteins and candles. Nashville Trim., with her daughter, 10 head Jacks and Jennets, the Mrs. Harry Klmorr, who has been number of young people were present mid the thought of such an eiijoynMu Most Famous of Thrones. proceeds to be donated tu quite sick of influenza. event shall ever be treasured as pleasTho peacock throne formed part of the Red Cross and Army Y, the Interior decoration of a cully .Mbis Christine Sanders left Mon-,da- y ant memories of the past. M. C. A. building In Delhi, I lit. ancient i iipllul for Oxford Ohio, to resume her announcement from of (he Mogul empire In India. The Dr. VViish will soil a few 'I'linr- studies .at Oxford College after Courier-Journthrone had Hie llsurcs of two peneoika will be of interspending several weeks with her par- tho I est to Lancaster friends where Miss standing behind It, their lulls expnnib otighbrod I'olnnd China Honrs. ents, Mr. und Mrs. Dave Sanders. s, cii and the whole so Inlaid wlUi Worthington is Well and favorably rubles, emeralds, pearls mid Mr. Billy. Mason, left Tuesday for known i I other preeloiis atom us to represent Norfolk, Va., to report for duty. He "Mr. Charles Thomas Worthington rial cu cock plumage. The throne, LaVvrenceburg, Ky. of Danville, announces the engagewas accompanied us far as Lexingu.lued at several million dollars, win ton by his sister, Miss Shelby Mason, ment of his daughter. Miss Molly curried off by I in ailing armies and now J. V. Sherwood and II. L." and Mr. and Mrs. William Fox Logan, Evans Worthington, to Ciipt. Julian figures In a palace In Persia. Iuleluirt, Auctioneers. Miss Minnie Mrllridc of Uichmon I It. Hunic, Ilth Field Artillery. United JC3SXSKJ(Hianiatllf!CffJf'a una the guest Sunday, of Miss Carrie States army. .Miss Worthington, Miller Classified Column who has been a frequent visitor to" ?! Jles lames .lohn M. Farm, J. E. Louisville, the guest of her sUterf k .Mis. Owsley Grant, ,s in Washington f Uobmson and I!. I.. Elkin were visit where she and .Mrs. Grant arc doing " RATESi I ors firttf Mention ol tti Com!nc, fimr.f lylhoie Wi Arc ir.tr:itd u" ''''ed I'i..i.,li "'r "ilt. 'rn oung Warren. ,. t ' z r:; 7 zt I I i Public Sale of Live Stock l H. B. Carpenter The Central Record, Thursday, Nov 7. 1918. What shall he carry to Your Boy- tonight OUT out then in No Man's Land? -- "These men need smokes much more than what we give them," say the surgeons. When daylight comes the wounded will be streaming back. The cigarettes and chocolate may be nearly gone given away. But your money will replace them hope. Meanwhile these men will say: "Put us to work!" of the To the most advanced positions they are crawling The surgeons will give them the army's stretcher-bearerwith those little things which loom up big in France their bars of chocolate, their cigarettes, their rolls of Then up beyond the front lines they will go, to cookies and cans of fruit Yes, and sometimes, letters bring back those too badly hit to walk. from home! Once, twice, three or four times they will make the trip before they too are hit Under the very eyes of German snipers, they are crossing open fields, dropping flat to the ground as Wherever there are fighters, the Soldiers of Cheer each flare goes up, then creeping further forward. have their canteens, scores of them under shell fire. .. i Throughout the c"jv; t.lev t;..ve where a h.ind-- f z crowd' a i. fn-nssti: "Good .or you, old boy! .. i mile or so behind thj lip.w-s-. At nlit forward, Vi.'jl v;.-j!wo u.o .'H.:oUt you?" packs on their backs, to reach the men who occupy the outposts of civilization. Olf in another sector When the order corner an advance will begin at Why you should give twice as much to go over the top, they fodawn. In the thick of it as you ever gave before! llow too. Wherever the will be these men perhaps The need is for a sum 70 fc greater than any gift ever asked for troops go, there go these of the Knights of Columbus since the world began. The Government has fixed this sum at $170,500,000. men who serve. By giving to these seven organizations all at once, the cost and or Y. M. C. A., perhaps the effort of six additional campaigns is saved. No wonder their names Unless Americans do give twice as much as ever before, our soldiers Jewish Welfare Board or sailors may not enjoy during 1919 their: and are in the casualty lists. No Salvation Army. 3600 Recreation Buildings 2500 Libraries supplying 5,000,000 books wonder they are cited. No 1000 Miles of Movie Film 85 Hostess Houses in the open, across the border of No--, Land, the Soldiers of Cheer are going tonight In their packs they are carrying the comforts which your fighter wants. In their hearts they are carrying a message of cheer and arm-bands s. '-- ' s . i'-cygo d Whatever uniform they wear, the hot chocolate which they serve tastes just as warm and comforting. The cigarettes they light and hand the wounded will be as good first aid. 100 Leading Stage Stars 15,000 "secretaries' 2000 Athletic Directors Millions of dollars of home comforts 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 and back again. You provide him with a church, a theatre, a cheerful home, a store, a school, a club and an athletic Bald and a knowledge that the folks back home are with him, heart and soul! You have loaned your money to supply their physical needs. Now give to maintain the Morale that is winning the war I Big-broth- er wonder the fighters elect them honorary members -of their outfits. Keep the supplies coming! 1 Help tlie Soldiers of Cheer to help your fighters! Give now all together UNITED WAR WORK CAMPAIGN r . ' - ttmk lip: mj ViS ; Jf O0MWUH(TVVJC WA CAMP 3w Aj ' THIS SPACE CONTRIBUTED BY THE PATRIOTIC CITIZENS OF LANCASTER AND GARRARD COUNTY. The Cantr.il Record, Thursday, Nov 7,191 8. 7 gave us will gi down In Marine Corp Elizabeth Kord, history nt any rate ns the regiment knows her, has a unique inreer .she carried everything troni sick men to hardtack One Day's Test Proves NR Best then she hail two months in the t !.t,1I.M trenches near Verdun mid nt the end rut. Til Tl' ffHl I w ljulfri your HurU"h wht-r' . r In ll r rryutrtr am w'u I tntlln though she have w. inUrd ith bile from tho liver. i j.tir nnti tmiw it seemed nsscrap heap. would some up- it)' i r p"4i1 oj.l-tlIn to go tn the Itto prr- - tit It mit ! plain to nr p uhn way the men, who have an nlTection t, 't At' t '.tl imw jour 3" n T', i una tfirgtr rniva, for her that you ran hnrdly compre J il itv i i i. rnnv hfMrr t r'I; INK ThMtto hend, pulehed lie r together nml came Thl (n't fcl luturc'i rtmm rvffrtvf fivm Inrtlfi-- ' im up here mi l she ros to the heights i li U'i, rnoiigh Iti rmt fit i.i r1i . mul ft lait 1' Mi of her scmco and her records. That thA, WllMMi'M ftHil torn i s! n' nt you in tii id t ilk. s night we took llouresches with twenty-r r tin tatiFfuriJon, i,r yon flr rnc of rnar.v nut, If r i'iK odd men. . . . The road was under iim.ii win tui.i fi.i l( without riffrrlrn; ufOrw fI.U IT ".Oil tll TAlUta mM gun fire. heavy shell and machine r t .kn l y 'I. lutVa lu. e rcrH rvrry 1jr kro ii1lt" tr1 timjrur I.h! t Kor the next five days she made the ),ft4i l. i I tn Vim f t it., t of im mtrlti. r vrtflU pinH"' V'mr mr 1i Niturt't Rmdy i tl t?t nnU trip night and day, and for one per U : hr tT.tiry st tulnir )i.n mn tatt fnr liillnua-- n ur-fawny. Ink ft thl ftdM'-conntpitiinn, liMllKi-fttotrt txit iod ran nlniost every hour for thirty- nnlH(mdy (Ml 'ia .Uw I i r Nitur oU, Ruarsimilar romi'Ulnti, It six hours. She not only carried am I ti .iH ami Urt taking H ntfft knl it t'mmrndt rl lijr your (Jh drug ci t. it a tiil for a tti or munition out to the men who were less than 200 yards from the Ilochc, R. E. McROBERTS, Lancaster, Kentucky, but rations nml pyrotcchict; nnd then to the battalion on the left of the road In those evil Ilellenu Woods, she carried the same, the water, which was scarce there. . . The last time I saw her she was resting against n stone wall in the little square of I.ucvle-llocnge- , n town. and rhe was the most battered object ( Extract from in the town. . . ." ; ii'l wiu liroucht to Winches SuniSa CUNN'S CHAPEL. trr for burUI Shi- - wm n cuutin of letter of n Marine otflcer. 1 Mi KJn.i Hall l ill u.'h iiil'.ucnia Mri. John IjiiuI, of thi jilacp, nml We carried her over the sea, we did, hhc hn.l n Mi. l.fnn llollon in sulTcnni; wtth vinli-i- l her frequently, And taught her to hep, hep, hep ho A creat number of fricmt here nlluenzR. cute little jinny all noisy and tinny lo ofhrr .le.lh. .11 .Mr.. Jo.epb.ne I),Iey Hut full of American pep. ith You Just Try NR For That Indigestion w Get your organs of digestion, assimilation and elimination working in Elizabeth Ford. Ily WALLACE IRWIN. harmony and watch your trouble disappear. NR docs it or money back. (Wrlttcrf especially for Itecruitera' llulletin.) "And the Kord which Mrs. I'earce DAILY and SUNDAY BY MAIL LEXINGTON LEADER BO PER YEAR eai (.mhis and e.nnic--in l'aet, every tiling to make fj t' '..! ... All Hit' Hows of tlit; war, hy Associated Press, Hie lict . fr Infest iiinr.lcct reports, Woman's Doparttncnt truly a Homo Newspaper. Send for specimen copy, or remit hy check money order to Lexington Leader Company, Lexington, Kentucky. it or ;, tu passes man's love as the Divine sur Ford! sur ., (parses the human, lis eternty ... com- kinns to know that this "tin Lizzie" l"19,c" time. Therefore, we given the dignified name of Eliza- - mend them, 0 Father, to Thy tender bcth Ford' was driven day and night cnTC- - "J"1 lTh; 'ving kindness, and by n Louisville boy, Private Morris we RO forln wlt" thc J0' of ,now'nK F. Kleits, sun of .Mr. and Mrs. y linn i nuu win I.USMIIH mill nee! iiit'iu, and that their health nnd their lives Fleitx of 1HS Frankfort Avenue. sight. In the official orders, Private Fleitz will be very precious in Thy Spunky Elizabeth i. ...,. i , ...... 1 "trt lrn influenza. Mr. J. 11. Sprk III oll nmc Iiok-- i tu Center llro, at lh KUe-- tj .Matter Daniel Noel f Matter Hilly Kurti Sunla Mr. and Mm Kobert WlntiiiKir. ulm Iwve bait In title ma are nnpniv inc. Mr. 1 unh Kurtt ami family, i ite.l hi father IH Meirer roui.i Sunday. Mr. Mary Kurti awl l rhillren vuitr.l Mr. II. M. Kurti a'n.l fantil. Tut mil thl advrllemnl. melon II nh I ruitu to Kotey A Co, Chiraco, HI, wrltlnr Wiff: 'M Tou iur Mm and llreta aclfarlr pick-twill rfrelve In return A. till contiltitnc! trll !at ueek. The famibea of Mr W H Kay nn.l J M. Anon who hae been ill of in lIurnzH, ar." Twittering Mr. nml Mr. Syilney Smith of tl) Kojejr'a Hon and Tar Corn round, the frUniUrd family remedy for roughm eolda, erour, whooplnr rourh, rht, tltitnefa anJ oreneis la rrlrp and IroncliUI couch. dr allme nte. pain In aides and back due to kidney troulile, wore munclep, tin joint. UMkacha and rheumatlim. a TaWeH. (5) Foley Cathirlle holeoma and tltorouahly cleamlnc fathartle. You can try theaa thria family remtdlea for only Ic STOR.MES DRUG STORT.. i: Foley Kidney I'ltl. for erktd and dlnnrdrred kldneye. t.Ud or. Merrer County, are vintinit Mr Mn. IIukI Kurti ami famil). Mr. ami Mm. Amon Hall are re- joicing over the arrival af n run, ucighini; einht poumls, born Nov. 1st. visit-e- l I'. l.oni: of Mr. hi Kraml parenta, Mr. nnJ Mm. W. 11 Hay, ami family Saturday and Sunday. Miain Dora Scutt of Lexington, and (Jracie Ttatrr of Jwannne. Her-tie- r '.ave been the k'uexli of M : and lletale Tealer for the eek. Mr and Mm. Prank Land and laughter, lno, niotorvil to Marku hury Saturday evening an.l were en- tertained nt supper by Mr. I'M Nay- lor nml family. New a baa been received here of the death of Mm. Dee Young, of Huntington. West Vii. Her death was caused by an attack of double pneumonia, which followed a case of Spanish Influenza. She died at the Kesler Hospital in Huntington lust Oldest Colored Man Dies Undo Jack Simpson, said to have been the oldest inhabitant of Utnca ter, died at his home in Duncantown lust Saturday evening and waa bur ifd in the colored cemetery Sunday afternoon t'ncle Jack irave his e he lived joar at mnety-'ix- . with the fiinnlv of the late Mr Jew pt s , f.im,lar iKUrr .flt t)ll. Sweeney home where he was ever faithful. Truly, it could be said nf Uncle Jack; "Well done thou good mid faithful servant, enter unto the ina of thv Lord", for he was us faithful in his religious duties as he had been in other walks of life, be- nig a .levoiu menifer oi me imihih church. This famous reliever of rheumatic Politicians who demand an even painful horcncst stiffness, l i"t ritnitioii of wealth receive a setsprains, neuralgic pains, anu most Kccruitcd into the Corps she win other external twinges that humanity back here. The masses have spoken. She came nf her own accord, wrote: suffers from, enjoys its great sales They have, decided to perpetuate the We (lew at her spanker the globe and "Am looking for the day when old because it practically ncer fails to race of capitalists. As fast ns the anchor Hill throws up his hands and shouts bring speedy, comforting relief. them wealth is distributed among Always ready for use, it takes little And nnmed her Elizabeth Kord. Helieve me, it wont be 'Knmerad'. they put it back into the hands of the long. Then we'll hourd a transport to ptiutrale without rubbin(and produce dear littl "Cute little I.'iznbcth, results. Clean, refreshing. At all drug few. A few more capitalists will marked 'U. S .A." " stores. A large liottlc means economy. 'l.iznbeth, emerge from the shuffle, graduated Ilonnie Elizabeth Kord! by their own economies from the She was short ami squat, but her nose ranl.s of labor; but poverty is a poss-c- rwas sot H n which most of u: diem too Tor the llindenburg line 0 Lord! i tecious to be surrendered. In the long list of human ills tl ere . She bated a Hun like a is none that causes more suffering, The Kaiser she plumb abhorred, MT. HKUUON or is more productive of serious re Did chunky Elizabeth, bunky Eliza (Delajed) Dies sults, than n disordered stomach, i beth. u unm. you tor ous.ness or p.eas- A f(,w mont, , ago a ,ommPrciA Mrs. Joseph Hicks remains quite Spunky Elizabeth Kord. lire, and opens the way for the most. tji(t hm, b(,e up hi5 job sick. msease i , , by an advertising concern jour sjsiei... , We took her along on our hikes, we Mr. nnd Mr. Shelby Sherrow hnve When so troubled, take plenty of did, in the middle west at u salary of $25 moved to Houinc. Vin Hepatica, thc great vegetable And a wonderful boat was she. n week, but he went to work as lab-- 1 Nicholasville, food oi prescription for stomach, kidney and orer for a forging company She'd carry physicians, which ' Mr. Sam Duncan of liver troubles. You will be surprised held government contracts for manu- - made a business trip here Krday. munitions, and pleased at the quick relief it tienerals, water or tea. facturinc narts of six inch shells, i .Mrs. laylor rreston wno has been week, is out again, She could climb a bunk like a first brings you. Get it here. His duty was to pick up steel bil-- 1 'U'i'c " th R. C. McROBERTS, Druggist, rate tank .Mrs. Sallie Hughes ond daughter-anvi- l, lets and lay them on the drop-forgLancaster,Ky. Arid deliver the goods aboard Mrs. Charles Hughes are on drawing a rate of two nnd n When we touch our steel Kellies to half cents per billet. He found that the sick list. "Semper Fidelia", he could make about 1.3ft an hour,' Jlr. John Hicks nnd family of Lnn-o- r Kemembcr Elizabeth Kord. Not for oursehes and our comrad$8.00 in a six hour day, so thatcaster were with his parents, .Mr. and we plead with Thee, O when he took a notion to work two! jtr8. Joseph Hicks, Sunday, 'Cute little 'l.lzabeth, dear little es alone would g ,, Moie firow Thou player-hearin- g six hour shifts he made $lrt.00 or and Mffc 'Lizabeth. (Jod. It is for the loved ones more. The plant ran Sundays, which j Xavlor of JuIsoni crc the Ilonnie Elizabeth Kord. that we leave behind that we pray. enabled him to make $100 a week LU).st9 of Mr. K(ll, c,row, . She took her rests in machine gun They will need Thy help. Their sor- and keep up an average that ran j vomav nesta Hy over tn.uuu u jcht, which is ,iairi i row will surpass our sufferings. roads she And on bullet-swe.Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Speaks are the diiy and by night they will be bowed good for unskilled labor. A skilled chored. f"'3 ,over be. "rri1 we may workirfan would have made far more. v" ',rou'1, w.th grief at the dangers Wliere.tho Devil Hounds were first of a fine baby girl who arrived on the This case is not an extren.e one. have to face, except that Thou, O Of a section of France restored has been christened Nelle-- . give them the comfort $10 a day is not considered at nil ex. 20th and Why, there was Elizabeth, chunky Father, shnlt .Mrs. A. S. Dean, Mr. Jas. Stone Jr., which Heaven alone can offer. We cessivc in a munition plant, ut.d on the grounds pray for them. O Kathcr, Almighty, though the cost of living has increas- and Mrs. Sum Dalton, were in Louis, Elizabeth, tender and loving, give them the joy ed there Is little to prevent thesa ville Saturday nnd Sunday to see Spunky Elizabeth Kord! of Thy presence; help them to feel workers Jrom saving thousands in a Messrs Irvin and Sam Dalton at Hut 'twas on the day nt those mur in all its fullness Thy rich grace. Kill short time. And these workers are Camp Taylor. Mr. Houston Scott of New Itich-mon- d their hearts with the peace of Ood. very numerous. Ohio, was here a part of last pronounce Unto Thee would we lift up our Hut saving thousands is not thc "tankees Which the Ilelloo; hearts In prayer for these dear ones. kind of diversion which many of j w eek with his daughter, Mrs. Wm. We were sent to knock silly the hopes Wc know that Thou lovest them far them crave. Investigation has shown Onstott, and his mother, Mrs. E. K. more than we do, for Rod's love sur- - that most all of them spend all they ' Scott of I'rincc Willie Ami turn 'em around d. i. We prayed for munitions and cleared aches, was cited as follows: "He showed extraordinary heroism nnd faithfulness inthc face of great danger, remaining on arduous duly without rest for two days under con. stunt fire to supply his bnttnlion Willi rations and ammunition on June I'JIK, in the attack of Hois dc He made twu trips with Ilelleau. ummunition in broad daylight and in plan view of the enemy and carried ammunition across thc field under heavy shell tire." In a recent letter to his mother he KNOCKS OUT PAIN THE FIRST ROUND Comforting relief from pain makes Sloan's the World's Liniment make, ami in many cases refuse to work more than four days n week, They buy fifty dollar suits, smoke half-dollcigars and ride to work in tnxis. Itecently n meter in a west l'oa,t shipyard was killed while joy- iiiiuii; ill t iiunij jiuiin-t-- u huiuiiiu bile, nnd when search was made for funds to bury him it was found that Ins wife nnd family had not enough iitoney to last two days. t thc money that is Of course, - luandereil is not lost to thc country It continues to circulate nmf make prosperity for Jewelers, theatre managers, tailors :m1l automobile And capital, that manufacturers. commodity which has n lamentable habit of concentrating in the hands of n select few, continues to concen trate. Stop Indigestion This Sure Way. Capital Hard. ..! ,( lt The Soldier's Prayer. ,,, Oiaw A Check our throats With tt waterless click good Lord! When out of a crater with n bent for the iii'iney you ov c anil radiator Climbed faithful Elizabeth Kord! iiolcliow much more res- pectfully your ere.litors re- Jnr.l von. They like to do business with n man wlio Ims nn uccoiint at the 'Cute little 'Uziibeth, 'l.izabctlv Ilonnie Elizabeth With a cylinder-ski- p the trip, dear little Ford. she had made Choice Farm. OF etUHMMtlltlfilOO I 9 9 wr Garrard Bank & Trust Co. They know he It doing business In a business like way. lletter 'open such an account even it your affairs are not large. They will grow all right. Tho Garrard Bank & Trust Company stored. With her hood a wreck nnd n broken neck She cracked like a rotten board. Hunky Elizabeth, chunky Elizabeth, Spunky Elizabeth rord. When they towed her out of the town next day Said Corporal Hill, "Look there! 1 know of one hero who shouldn't draw zero When they're passin the Croix dc I have in my hands to sell, the well known Wade Walker farm, located on the Richmond and Lancaster Pike, 3, miles from Paint Lick, Ky" 300 Acres THE VERY BEST LAND. E. G. THE NATIONAL BANK OF CopHol I (luerre. Who fed the guns that's turtln' the Huns y I'lumb back to Canal du Nord?" So bis Cross and he'd won it! be tied to the bonnet Of faithful Elizabeth Kord. ANCA5TER. 50,000. Surplus t. 430,000. A. It. DKN1JY. I'resMeiit J. E. STOItMES. Vice I'res't. 'Cute little 'Uzabelh, dear little J. It. Harris, Keeper J. - UtM, (.. DhNNV. Cashier. Keeper Safety Oeposit WE SOLICIT Boxes YOUH For Rent. 'LIzabeth, Ilonnie. Elizabeth Kord! Where shrapnel has mauled her.we've now overhauled her Her wheels and her gears restored, Her record's clean, she's a true Ma- highly improved, well watered, close to schools and ehurcl.es. on one of the best pikes in the county, in a neighborhood unexcelled, only 8 miles from Lancaster. Can be subdivided to suit purchaser from 150 acres up. ' The land is right, the pree is right and the location is right. SEE ME. OUSINESS. rine And we'ro sending the Dutch War Lord A note by Elizabeth, chunky WOODS J. E. Alex It. Dennv. J. H. I'oiey, Stormas, S. C. Denny, J. I- - 0111. Dr. W. M. Wllott. Directors. . II. Swlnebroad. PAINT LICK, KENTUCKY. rhe Central Record, Thursday, Nov 7, ,1 9 8. 1 r i I " SPECIAL REMNANT SALE OF m v jOmp XT? wan jnnr&l i Coats, Tailored Suits and Dresses Beginning1 Thursday, November 7th. WE CALL T.HIS A "REMNANT SALE" because it is a Clearance Sale of Single garments and small lots not much of any one thing but altogether they represent a lot of money. Jf you can be fitted in any the garments mentioned you'll certainly get bargains. In addition to garments mentioned we have hundreds of Suits from $20. to $75. Coats up to $75. Silk Dresses $15. to $75. Serge and 'jersey Dresses $15. to $60. MISSES SUITS Twentv excellent Tailored Suits, in sizes l:!, 1G and 18, made of fine Pure Wool materials and iine.st tailoring and silk lined, were $10.75 to S::b. We offer these choice for 0.75. 14, 15, OUR SECOND SPECIAL SALE LADIES COATS $10. excellent sylcs, made of ery fine Pure Wool materials many of them are Wooltex. Solid colors, plaids and checks, pint sold at $17.50 to $25. Sizes II I, lit! and :18 only, and choice for $10.00 twenty-seve- n ladies suq:s- single siujs mostly sizes IJ4 to :J3 in Wool Velours, Serges, Poplins, Ilroadcloths and Check Velours, in nil jrood colors and finest workmanship and silk lined. Styles all trooil. Original prices of these suits ranged from $20.75 to and we offer choice for $19.75 About twenty-fiv- e PURS PRICES for NEXT TEN DAYS ONLY. We have just leceivtnl from New York a large consignment of Fns. consisting of Narobi.t I.ynx, Kit Coney, French Coney, Toupe and Grey Wolf,' Toupe and Black Fox, Toupe and Black Lynx, Ked Fox and Hudson Seal, in many entirely neV shapes in Neckpieces and Muffs. We have only tea ds'.ys in which to .sell these and have made prices bo low that we know that we will have very few left to return. $12.00 Neckpieces 15.00 Neckpieces 20.00 Neckpieces aO.OO Neckpieces 40.00 Neckpieces 50.00 Neckpieces 00.00 Neckpieces and Muffs now nnd Muffs now nnd Muffs now $ 9.80 12.00 We offer a lot of Coat.i, carried over, but good, practical LADIES COATS $15. - . FINER SUITS We also have a great line of tinest grade of Silvertone and Wool Velour, and Tricotine Suits in Wooltex and New York makes, and while prices range from $35, $40, $45 on up when present prices of cloths are considered they are cheap.. This U a 'jig lot of .strictly New Coats, made in all the new colors, toupe, browns, burgundy, grays, etc., and In every way are excellent allies. K(tial to any you will piice'at $25. These are in all sizes from Mi to 44. LADIES COATS $25. I SERGE DRESSES We oitvv one lot of twenty-fiv- e Serge Dresses mostly navy made of very fine quality Pure Wool French Serges, worth $15. per yard, from last yonrr but all good styles. These sold for $15, to $25 and will be offered at exactly HALF PRICE. 16.00 and and jj.uffs now Aluffj now and Muffs now and .Uuffji now.. - 24.00 We call special attention to tlieye lots an in it . 1 32.00 40.00 48.00 are two excellent new Wooltex styles that would linw cost $"9 to replace; also n number of New York Coata now worth $,'I5, ami every made of materials which are JTP.K r.OTH WAYS. oiiv' is BUY YOUR CHRISTMAS FURS NOW WOOL Waists DANVILLp, Bowman, Delinquent Graded IluniM.le, si fin School Tax Payers. 'nuiiisidc, I We have now in stock more than Three Hundred New Georgette and Crepe de Chene Waists at $3.75, $5., $6, and up to $15. It is the most extensive and varied line of Waists we have ever shown and prices are same as last year. Waists KENTUCKY. 4..' B, Robertson & Bro: jOaks, Hen. 1017 $1.50, 10 -$- 1.50. Candles From Human Fat. 1910 'Humphrey, Cash. 1917 $1.50, 10 Aiming m;i uiiomalh-- limy bo turn, toilet $1.50, 15 $1.60, 14 $1.50M3 $1. tl.iin.l humnn-fn- t known r continental 4Jtirop tln put cen Humphrey, Will, 1917 $1.50, 10 J. A., 1917 $1.50. 10 tury nr more nnd Indicated by tmno !$1.50. 15 $1.50. 13 $1.00. 15 13 $1.50. Hr-$1.3- 0. 81.50. Hi. ilktu ha a superior molllctit. TIiIm j Humphrey. Clay, 1910 $1.60. $1.50. omul cnllou but 111'1 lilt of map llogie, J. () 1910 $1,50. 15 $1.50 Hotr, Wni. 1917 $1.50, 115 $1,60, unking I not lurileiilvrly noted for i r.n lIMiop. Herbert, 19lf $1.50, 191G tr. lino p.'iitlitif nt. The fat sink was ole ' -- $1.50. 1914 $1.50, 13 $1.00. Hctr, Charlie. 1917 $1.50, 10 W0, tiiined from rudatcr of Irffspltul nnd Itnstin, Clinton, 1914 I.UU, $1.50. l.UU, it) ID fl.bU, 14 i.MUgn.' derelict nncl tried out like any Carpenter, Q. O. 1917 $1.50. .Pollard, James; 1910 $1.50. Candle for epeclnl pur- nluer ful. Collins. J. O. 1917 $1.50. Heace, John, 1915 $1.50, 14 $1,60, I imm- biive iiImii been ninde from lid mill f.il. Scientific Ameilniii. Cox, Jim, 1917 $1.50, 10 $1.60, 13 $1.00. 15 $1.30, 14 $1.50, 13 $1.00. $1.50. 13 $1. I'undey, J. J. 1914 $1.50, 13 $1.00 lii.lston, W. O. 1917 $1.50, 1910 Conn. Virgil, 1914 TurIiris. Ocorge. 1917 $1.50, 11 $1.50. 15 1910 $1.50, si no Smith, Krank. PricFrancis, Jue, 1917 $1.50, 10 $1.50 $1.60. 14 Turner, John, 1910 $1.50. si.ro, iji si.uu. es Thomas, I). A 1913 $1.00., I'ord. Llge, 1910 $1.50. There is an uverage iron of tur- Thomas, Jesse 1915 S1.S0. (arrison, U. I). 1910 $1.50. I keys this year, it is Ktnted here today. (Jregory, It. 1'. 1913 $1.00; Watson, T, K.,h9lC $1.50, 15$!.- but n slinrttige in some localities. Earnest, 1917 $1.50, 1910 50, 1914 $1.50. Hibbanl. Other places make up for it. The $1.50, 15 $1.50, 14 $1,60, 1913 Wherritt. Tom, 1010 $1.50, 1915 price will be good on account of cv- -' $1.50, 1914 $1.50. $1.00. erything else being high. The kill(ieorge. 19 HI $1.50, 1015 Wllkerson, It. II. iy 17 $.50, 1910 Hatcher, ing season will commence earlier than -- $1.50. 11 $1.50, 13 $1.00. $1.50, 15 $1.50, heretofore. Henry, It. E. 1914 $1.50. W. II, 1910 $1.50. Woods, The U. S. Food administration diWoods, John, 1910 $1.50. Jenkint. Ambrose. 1917 $1.50. rects that dealers shall not buy any Johnson, John It. 1917 $1.60. Frankie Knuffman, Treus, turkeys for eastern Thanksgiving Lvavcll, 8. T. 1917 $1.50, 101.50, market after November 10. On ac 15 $1.60, 14 $1.50, 13 $1.00. count of war movements it takes lonWorryln'. Lewli, T. (i. 1910 $1,60. ger to get shipments to their 'desMull Ihwx )a)e folk glnally worrle $1.50, 131,00 Lewis , J. C, 1914 Local dealers will com-- , de mot' bout lie tlilnt whut don' uebuli tination. Lee,' Harvc, 1914 $1.00. slaughtering about November happen Ah reik'n riVn rUht1 Ah bin incnce Middleton.'Tom, 1917 $1.50, 1910 worryln' tie longcn" use he dou' nebnh 4. Hen turkeys must weigh eight,' .50, 14 $1.50, 1913 raise mail wages I Meuiphli Commer- pounds ijnd up, and gobblers twelve $1.60. will be' The best prices pounds. $1.00. , cial Appeal. t realiied from November 4 to 11th. j Merchant, J. S. 1917 $1.60. . I Moss, John, 1917 $1.50, 10 $1.50, After that date the price will be gov-- , Mlsiaksn Petllng. Early erncd by the local demand. 15 $1.50, 14 $1.50, 13 $1.00. n Somellmea yeuljlljie-wure real shipments will go overseas and a Moss, V. U. Jr.. 1917 $1.60, 10 snappy and iiIUvo, when we are only Thanksgiving dinner of Kentucky $1.60, 16 $1.60, 14 $1.60, 13 $1. Impatient and disnKrerable.-O- ur Dojra' turkeys served at the battle front. Murphey, Mansford. 1917 $1.50. Magailue, Joe, 1917 Tercy, 1917 $1.50. 91.00. The following are delinquent tax paicri of the Lancaster (traded Common School with the amount owed by each. Any property owned by these delinquents will be levied on and cold according to taw, for the e of collecting said tax and of collecting tame. v Brown, II. JI. 1917 $1.45. MIC pur-pon- Brick, Lints, Ssnd, Kanawha Salt. Creat Acts Live Lono. A creut net iIihw nrtt iM.rl.li ulll. h,a Iliidaon, Hufhst and Farnau. life of the Imi n who iNTforiiied It; It1 ' grow Ktcfi Out the Dust, lives anil up Int.. I lie Uvea iiml llnre window Fhmle tbst will ran net nf I hi i... umlve him ami rlierlli hi memory. (ienernl Sir Wll up and i low n otrr jour piinlry halve and a lot of du.t will be Ham I'ohertwin- .- l, nv. $3.60. Cornn J. It. 1917 $2.40. Cox, I!. L., 1017 $2.10. 1C $1.92. Cecil, T. K. 1910 $1.90. 15 $3,22. Francis, Joe, 1916 $2.30. Hemphill, J. C. 1917 $18.60. ircmdon. 11. K. 1917 $10.74. 191C $5.50. Howard, T. M. 1910 $3.91. Jenkinr, Parker, 1017 $0.00. Dawia, T. G. 1917 $2.38. 10 .00c Lewis. J. C, 1917 $1.81. 10 $2.70. 1315 $1.70. Mnrsee, Poxie and husband 1917 Average Crop of keys this Year. Good. Monkey's Valuable Discovery. A litem ry lleovrv hut Jtlt been mint,- - at Hie liiniiiiM.Ty of ekllnrltra, In I lie lolund of Si. Limine, nt Venice, A 't monkey bail rllinbed to the. lop of u hookrnso, where It helzed hold of ii Imnille .of pnpcr. ami. Iiri'iiklnc showered down u imntber of teller. Hie Ink of wlil' l, Iiml beeome yellow Willi aire. They proved In lie a lon correnpomlenee bttween liril 11 ron and the ii,ii1,j of St, Idirnril. v illi wliAm he Iiml once redded. , Wsather Prognostication Tradlllou bold that a morning ruin-boli a It'll of ruin and an erenluz rainbow a sign of fair weather. Simply the Only Thing to Do. "Do JoU think It Is proper In uu. profanity In a muleV "So fur in my own focllns are concerned." dechireil Hie expert teaiuxter, "It I highly lm- pniper. Hut when you urn trying lo get iilonj with n Kenolllvi- - and exuctlng an iiuliutil as n mule you've Mmply got to humor blin." J I S7.lt. ilarsee Clayton, LET SCOTT ' SALE-TU- RN DO IT Marsee. Nelson. $6. 38. Murphey. Lisha, 1917 $1.70. Moffit, A. S. 1910 40c. 15 40c. 1914 50c. 1913 50c. luther. J. I'. 19103.03. Uogers, N. 1910 $0.30. 15 $0.30. Tapp, Mr. A. T. 1015 $2.00. 1914 1914 $10.30. 1917 $5.01. 1010 If yon are (JolniJ lo have a iT OVER TO SCOTT The following are delinquents for poll tax and said lUt will be lold County Court day to the highest and best bidder. AldriUge, M. 1917 $1.60. Arnold, Jesse, 191611.50. tt' J. $3.25: Young, 1917 $3.30. and get the benefit of his 15 years experience NO SALE TO SMALL AND NONE TO BIG FOR SCOTT. A. T. SCOTT, Lancaster, Ky. Garrard County's Leading Auctioneer. o :