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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): November 14, 1918 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1918 cen1918111401_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 14, 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. 1 ' THE CENTRAL RECORD. TWENTY NINTH riA LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON. NOVEMBER 14. 1918. NUMBER 33. f wtF WAR ' HH PEACE ABkL H CELEBRA- "FLU" BAN LIFTED IN LANCASTER COMMON Hi p iJI PULL FBI i, ' yfPlfe ' HO Terms TION TODAY BIG DAY ASSURED .EVERYBODY EXPECTED AND AND THE GRADED Tit SCIIOOLJHSTRICT. The people of Lancaster anil The County Hoard of Health Garrard county arc celebrating met Tuesday night anil lifted one of tho biggest tivents in the the "flu" ban for the Lancashistory of the world today, in ter churches and the LaV.jaster honor of the worlds greatest Graded and High Schools, with war bcinjr ended. A brass the restrictions imposed by the band has been secured from State Hoard of Health in full Lexington und a committee force: baa gone to Camp Taylor to 1. of KAISER AMD CROWN PRINCE HIKE rt range for" nn Aeroplane, where Membels "flu" mfa THE BOYS NEVER FAILED ON US-L- ET there is floats n presenting every or- main at home. ganization ir. the interest of all . 'J. Those who have had FOR HOLLAND. US NOT FAIL ON THEM. war work, and one of the larg flu" must remain at home for est parades dver seen in the hen (lavs or two weeks. in I hose who have severe LET NO ONE STOP UNTIL THE BOYS COME HOME. AND CELEBRATIONS EVERYWHERE. HERE. THERE u. tciei.ting things that will be colds or symptoms of "flu" Sirtce peace has been declared and the greatest war the The greatest war in history ended at six o'clock, Wash- seen in Lancaster today. All must remain at home. stores of the county and the I. Teachers must send home ington time, Mondny morning nftcr 1,567 days of horror during th' city will be icqm-steto close all children who come to school i War Work Campaign which is designed to take care of our bovs which virtually the whole civilized world was convulsed. ' from ten to one o'clock, that with coughs, colds or who come imtil the day is set for them to come marching Announcement of the tremendous uvrnt wns made at the home. . everyone may join in the great j from homes thathave had "flu ", unuer me leadership ot Uhairman U. li. bwinebroact, State Department at 2:45 o'clock and in a few seconds was Hills have been .unless the come with their working committees have Teleiiration. alreadv been arranged and final de. flashed over the continent by the Associated Press. i distributed thruout the county physicians approval. tails for the close of the drive wTiich ends this wcpU to nut. fiar- The terso State Department announcement told nothing me event anil a The people are urged to rard county over the top with her apportionment of 10,000. of the scene at Gen. Foch's headquarters where the Germat) announcing signed the armistice which blasted forever the dream number of speakers will be on comply with these restrictions Garrard countv has never failed in nnvthine she has vet hpon delegates hand to entertain, chief among imposed by the State Board of t.ajie,i upon an,i she will not. fail in this. which embroiled the world in a struggle which may cost ten milthem being Hon. M. H. Wl 'Health in nrl..r that unci A splendid meeting was held on the streets of this city lion live. ' I Hams of Chicago. church may open with the last Monday afternoon, immediately after the celebration of the While the curtain was rolling down ort the most stupenI least possible danger. great victory, when Chairman G. B. Swinebroad introduced Y. dous tragedy in history, events are moving with terrible swift, Starving. I Schools over the countv muv M. C A. secretary R. Denton, from Camp Taylor, who told of ness in Germany where many cities are in the hands of revoluDefeated on the battlefield. Je.,0pL. with the approval of the the magnificent work which the different agencies are to derive , tionists. serled by their KmporiT nnd ruhject-eiltCounty Hoard of Health. from the present drive, and what each are doing for the boys And as the last .hours of the mighty combat drew near, terms tantamount to uncomli-tiunThe same rules will be ap- in the camp. surrender, the (iermtin people the French, British, Belgium and Americans were rapidly pushhue nppenli-r- i tn President Wilson plied to those attending church ing the last German troops from France and Belgium. The Camp Taylor Glee Club, composed of Corporals govto mitigate the nrmistice condition Lawrence B. Jones, leader and accompanist, Corporal Raymond One of the first effects in the United States was the sus- in order to keep them from starviirg. services as are laid down erning the school room. Eddie, Privates Clarence B. Noetling, Joseph J. Wilde and Robpension of draft call and orders stopping all overtime andun-da- y All the churches of the city ert M. Boyd, sang a number of songs and greatly enthused all work on government contracts, while all citia from coast Loans To Our Allies. will resumetheir regular ser of the crowd' who heardthem. This is the only organization to coast, loosed a riot of enthusiasm in celebration of the end of The extension of credit of vices next Sunday. sent out from Camp Taylor to give aid to this campaign and hostilities. $9,000,000 to Belgian made recently they are receiving enthusiastic receptions over the entire state, Meanwhile the signing of the armistice does not mean makes the total advances by the Unitas they go from town to town. the great American military machine will cease to operate im- ed State to Belgium J80, 00,000. Services At Chrismediately. America, must play an important part in disarming Theniltotal amount advanced to date to of our associates in the war tian Church. Victory Girls, months In 'which to make your pay and guarding the enemy and until this work is completed even against Germany is $7,59,170,000. ' '' mcnts. On next Sunday morninc at ten the movement of troops to France will be continued, although Attention. COM? TO LANCASTER, JUBI-LEo'clock, the doors: of the Christian Big Stock Sale. on greatly reduced scales. Meanwhile the draft machinery DAY1 Thursday, November 14, church will be open The Armistice is signed, and Vic- and get In the grand ' parade.' We, will remain in readiness to function again, however, remote the .Mr. E. C. McW'horter announces friends and members. to its many tory is assured, but it will be 12 or 18 want every district represented by possibility of its necessity. through thin issue of the Record his The Ilibie school opens nt ten A. months before our boys come marchan automobile of boys and girls, with large sale of live stock ami farming XI.. worship 11 A. M. Subject; "The ing home. ARMISTICE TERMS. their flags. implements, to take place at his hand Glory of (iod's House". Y. I'. S. C. They are facing a cold winter in a Parade begins at 10' o'clock on The terms of the armistice with Germany were read to some country home on the Richmond K. will begin at (! P. JI., the evening htrange land and they need the comLexington Street. Assemble on pike, Saturday, November 30th. worship at 7:lfi, sermon subject, fort and cheer Congress by President at 1 o'clock Monday. theje seven organisa- Hill Court. Assembled in the hall of the House, where nineteen This will be one of the largest Miles,! The Worlds Greatest Crils". Make tions are providing, if we stand back HOW GIRLS CAN EARN MONEY. givi months uko Senators und Representatives heard the President without doubt, ever held in the coun- ii i t;ice peniccs worth while by Sun-d- - of these United War Workers. The following list is suggestive ty. Chief among the live stock beinir them your presence. Let The Y. M. C. A. huts nnd etc. that only and there are doubtless many ask for u declaration of war, they heard him speak the words about 30 head of registered AberIk- - a day of Thanksgiving for have been located back of the firing other ways in whicji the Victory which herald the coming ofpeace. deen Angus cattle, the cream of tlu inaee and victory, also a line must follow our fighters, even Girls will be able to secure the and a reunion for the family of into bleak, cold Russia, for the cry is The strictly military terms of the armistice are embraced country. Head the details on anmoney for their pledges. God. J. II, .Moorman. from that country now to "Come xiu eleven specifications, which include the evacuation of all in- other page of this issue. Caring for children, mending. ()er and Help us". So there really Washing dishes. Running errands. vaded territories, tho withdrawal of the German troops from seems to be n call for extra expenses Cleaning silver. Typewriting, the left bank of the Rhine, and the surrender of all supplies of held by Russia, Rumania and Turkey before the Allied forces as the territory of invasion has so Knitting, Blacking shoes. war. are to have access to the evacuated territory, cither thru Danzig enlarged. Making simple garments for sale, Allied vessels in German hands are to be surrendered or by the.river Vistula. The unconditional capitulation of all Kentucky wants 30,000 girls' to Saturday work in offices, stores, etc. and Germany is to notify neutrals that they are free to trade at German forces in Kast Africa within one month is provided. give $". each to provide Sale of Christmas cards, wreathes. earn and once on the seas with the allied countries. The repatriation within fourteen days of the thousands comfort and cheer for $30,000 sol- Canning and preserving, Among the financial terms included are restitution for of unfortunate civilians deported from France and Belgium also diers. Pull for Victory for the boy Shucking corn, stripping tobneco. whose stnr,is on your (lag! You may Shoveling snow, damage done by the German armies, restitution of the cash is required. designate the soldier you want to Self denial fund from allowances. taken from tho national bank of Belgium and return of gold Freedom of access to the Baltic Sea, with power to oc- support in this great movement. Sale of butter, eggs, vegetables, poultaken from Russia and Rumania. Girls when you stood in the streets try, and jellies, old iron, rubber, brass cupy German fronts in the Kattegat, is another provision. Tho terms also provide fur the abandonment by GerThe Germans also must reveal location of mines, poison- and nt the depots watching the boys and etc. leave home, for France; you often many of the treaties of Hucharest and ed wells and like agencies of destruction and' the Allies block- withed, didn't you, that you could do The military terms include the surrender of five thous-an- d ade is to remain unchanged during the period of armistice. Good Work. something to help them? guns, half field and half artillery; 110,000 machine guns, Well, now is your chancel Almost German troops which have not left the invartvd terriThe work already done by :,000 (lame throwers and 2, 000 airplanes. e tories, which specifically includes within four- any gjrl can think hard enough of tho "Victory Boys" and the some way to enrn $5.00. Become a The naval terms provide for the surrender of all sub- teen days becomes prisoners of war. ictory girl by giving a V and en- "Victory Girls" in this great marines, fifty destroyers, six battle cruisers, ten battleships, These are the "high spots" of the terms as the President rolling in the home army, work is certainly deserving. eight light cruisers and other miscellaneous ships. read them to Congress. . Your the District No. 5, is tho first on Germany's acceptance of them, he said, siimulizod the soldiers histories tell you of how and The surrender of 5,000 locomotives, 50,000 wagons, in the IIeolutionary the honor roll, with Miss Georend of the war, because it made her powerless to renew it. e 10,000 motor lorries, the railways of Civil war sulfered and died from for' use All ports on the Black Sea occupied by Germans are to hardships and disease. Uncle Sam gia Moss as teacher, alio is reby tho Allies and stores of coal and iron also Included, be surrendered and tho Russian war vessels recently tnken by now knows that the army which has porting pledges to the amount The immediate repatriation of all Allied and American the German naval forces also are to be surrendered to the Allies as much care and as many pleasures of $85; district No. 29, Miss prisoners without reciproen) action by the Allies also is includThe Prescient made it plain that the nations which have as war will permit is a better, strongoverthrown the military masters of Germany will now attempt er army. Great Generals tell us that! Minnie Johnson, teacher, re ed. ports $70; while district No. 1. "In connection with the evacuation of the left bank of tho to guide the German people safely to the family of nations of the home workers who send these or deniocracyA ganizations of homo life even to tho taught by Miss Sue Higgiiu, Rhine it is provided that the Allies shall hold the crossings of trenches are almost as important as reports $35; the precincts of ALL DRAFT CALLS CAN CULLED BY CROWDER. the river at Coblentz, Cologne and Mayenco, together with Lancaster, report pledges to the fighters. bridgeheads in a thirty kilometer radius, t v By order of President WilsoniCen. Crowder directed the Girls, with $& you can send right the amount of $350. The right bank of the Rhlucland, that occupied by tho cancellation of all outstanding draft calls, stopping tho move- Into the camps and trenches, yes, the In the next Issue of the RecAllies, is to become a neutral sone and the bank held by tho ment in the next five days of 252,000 men and setting aside all hospitals too, your message of comord the names of nil the boys G ermans is to be evueuated In nineteen days. fort and cheer, for live weeks. The armistice November call for over 300,000 men. Girls, your to canvass and girls will be printed and is for thirty days but tho President spoke of the wnr 'coming to Secretary Baker later announced that as far as practica- your district. teacher ,is to sign the but for luck of space and time De ready an end". ble all men called and who have not yet completed their train pledge and receive the button and they would have been in this German troops, are to retire at once from any territory ing will be immediately turned back to civilian life. window banner. You hne a to 4 'issue. Germany Accepts Peace That Need Our Assistance Fjshting Ceased Now More Than Ever. fr" ... ; -- I o E J y home-comin- g Bresl-Litovs- Alsace-Lorrain- Alsace-Lorrain- s The Central Record, Thursday, Nov 14, 1918. and Austrian armies, navies and com the great Illsntnrck. mercial interests. There, according At the death of his father, the im. to the best Information obtainable the perlal thrire devolved upon till!a i decision was reached to make the II, who was tlu n but 29 year of .igc A dream of world dominion obses assassination of the Archduke a pre lllsmnrck continued J Chancellor, sing the mind of Emperor William tense for the world war for which but not for long. Though the great plunged the world Into war, Upon Germany had long prepared. statesman hail made every effort to In the diplomatic exchanges be instill his young pupil with hi own him and the tremendous military en I Kino of destruction of which he was tween (iermany and Austria on one ideas of Government nnd diplomatic the embodiment, the exponent nnd side nnd Great llrithtn, France and policies, the new Kmperor soon found the lender rests the responsibility of Kussia on the other, Wiltiam posed that he disagreeil with his granddeliberately planning nnd bringing ns one wishing for peace, but driven father" former ctofc adviser in many about the greatest conflict the world to war. He signed the order for the important respect. In IK '.Ml the dislias ever seen. mobilization of the German army and agreement of the two men reached k It did not matter to the world that from that moment war was Inevitable. crisis, n rupture came and llismarck I the Emperor' personal share in the Thereafter he drove on hi armies re- went. The relation between the swift events Immediately preceding lentlessly in the mcd campaigns for two nun remained slrnined for sev. victory, encouraging them with every er.il years, but before llismarck died the wnr had been obscured. The world convicted him of organizing, levico ami omctinies appearing on peace was made between them. , directing mid maintaining at the top the front to be proclaimed as personWith the passing of Hismarch the noUh of efficiency the great Herman al commander in n great offensive. Emperor' real reign began. A h "Willy-Nick" military machine. It remembered Publication of the military man lie was a stickler for he signed the order for the Ger- - j correspondence in 1917 plant) the efficiency, discipline and the olnrr-vanc- e that man mobilization. It remembered German Emperor In the light of nn of etiquette to the last detail. that ho stood sponser for the terror unscrupulous plotter The telegram's And of the detail of atl these comL.--i and brigandage which under the disclosed that Emperor William had ponent of army life and training he gui.ic of warfare, ravished Ilctgium induced Kmporcr Nicholas of Itmsla was familiar to the smallest point. It Ian) waste the cities of France, dc to sign n secret agreement to which is related that during military re populated nnd outraged Serbia, nn he was to force the adherence of view he was able to detect the sent the Lusitnnia with her freight o France in the ptrfcctiun of an olfen slightest imperfection in the equipwor en nnd children to a grave in tin aive and defensive alliance ngainst ment of training of n regiment or England. Atlantic. The treaty was discuver- - squadron and tailed attention to the ( ivilizntion will never forget tha cd anil repudiated by n Uussiun minis dereliction sharply. With the prinit was the minions of the Kmperor ter. cipals of tactics and maneuver, too, who officially shot to death Edith Failing in his attempt, the German he was thoroughly acquainted. Cnvell, the English girl who befriem Kmperor set upon himself the task of itgide being well versed ill army ed the Hclgians in tlrussels. drawing Kngl.mil to his side against matters, the Kmperor wa thoroughly I rnnce and llussia. .gainst these his cry, "I did not How well he familiar with naval affair Imvin.g n will the wnr", availed us nothing. l!c thought he had succeeded in thi may trrhnirnl mastery of the details that fore the bar of humanity William was be gathered from n letter he wrote go to make up the efficiency of a adjudged guilty of the greatest crime to President Wilson In 1DM in which fleet. Study of naval problem was, since the Crucifixion, In him human he riii. I King George had promised one of his pet occupations. His inKy saw the last of the autocrats, th Prime Henry of Prussia on Julv 21'. fluence was potent In fostering the tinal Cnesar. Assertions that he was lt'U, that F.nglaml would remain levelopment of German commerce. at heart peaceful, so persistently cir neutral in u war involving the Cen art and scienre His interference in eulated for years as to give them the tral powers with France and Kussia. these affairs as well as in statecraft stamp of German propaganda, be often embarrassed LICHNOWSKY'S ACCUSATION. German lenders came branded as certainly false. II Perhaps the most direct and nuth- - ami evoked from them admonitions to who had long proclaimed himself the oritivo of the aecu'fttinns against the leave diplomacy tovhts Chancellor. Prince of Pence stood revealed as German Kmperor and the Hard Wotl.r. humanity's scourge, and against him are contained in the published In everything he was described as and all that he reprerented arose the secret memorandum of Prince Char- thorough ami, withal, one of the new world of democracy and free les Man I.ichnowsky, who was Gerhardest workers in the empire. His dom. man Ambassador at London at the rising hour was 0 o'clock hnrp and u Claimed Affinity With God. outbreak of Inutilities. The Prince long day' hard work, which frequentMany doubt whether William wns unequivocally placed the blame for ly extended Into the night, followed entirely sane. He said repeatedly the war on Germany, and for hn Stated hours were devoted to the task that he possessed a divine mandate to frankness was imprisoned in a Siles- - of Informing himself on the progress rule, that the Almighty was his "un ian chateau, permanently expelled of event at home and nhroad thru conditional and avowed ally". It is frr.m the Prussian House of Lords, reading of the principal German and not entirely clear whether such out which action was sanctioned by si he foreign newspaper. givings were the product of a disor Kmperor, nnd, finally, as exiled to Ilefore the war Emperor William dered brain or were due to unbound Switzerland. often professed friendliness for ed egotism and an effort to impress Emperor William' domination over America He encouraged the foun his subjects with the idea of reverent erman statesmen.diplomnta and the dation of exchange professorships by and unquestioning submission. His high command of the German army which prominent German educutors ,'specihes to hi armies in which he as was emphasized by Dr. Wilhelm visited this ,eountry and lectured In serted he and they were "instrument .Muehlon, u former director of the the colleges here, while American of divine Judgment upon Germany Krnpp works, the great German mu- - college proferson similiarly tjlled were regarded by many itions fnctory, in his book on "The chairs in German enemies institutions nf outside of Germany as pieces of Devastation of Europe". In this he learning rhetoric, intended only to deceive his ot onfj laid blame upon Germany He was an enthusiastic yachtsman. own people. for bad faith umljiTiticized the Ger and despite his withered arm. wa. William' claim to close affinity man army for Its brutality, hut as- - table to take personal command of hi with God was the burden of dozens jencii uni i in me iierm.m roreign racing vachts ami swil them with con of his speeches long before as well a Iffice "only he who did the Kmiieror' siderable succe. He spent much after the beginning of the wnr. Of bidding was allowed to remain. Th time at hi palatial hunting bulges, these, perhaps, none more clearly de- nuld not do better", he declared, ami is reputed to hnve been the chamfined hi claim than his notorious because of the charaitcr, the power pion hunter in the world in the point "divine right" speech delivered at the vacillation of ami continued in of gurtie killed. It was staled that Ilrandenburg in 1890 in which he icnerenie oy uie turner It was the Emperor had killed 01,7.10 piece said he regarded the German people Dr. Muehlon who asserted the nutlien of game, more than 1.000 of which as "a responsibility" conferred upon city of the statement that Kmepror were stag. him by God nnd that it was "my duty W illiam stated at a meeting of Ger He was a great reader. Hi prito increase this heritage for which man Army officer that he had plenty vate library in the Imperial Palace at one day I shall he called upon to givo oi prisoner anil that he hoped th Ilerlin before the war wa becoming account. Those who try to interfere fficer would see that no more pris. one of the most interesting collecwith my task I shall crush". oner were taken, tion of books in the world, lie pos-e- d In all this the world saw before thu Maximilian Harden, ii German Lib. as a dictator Minting, war not n menace but a comedy. It eral leader, declared the German rule poetry and acting in music. laughed with the then Capt. Joseph brought on the wnr becaue of hi de At one time it was announced that I). Cogolan, of the United States ire 'for something like world rule. he had composed the libretto of a Xavy, when, returning from the wa William often proclaimed hi in ballet to he given in celebration of with Spain and telling of the clash nocence and endeavored to put the his birthday. A private performance with the (ommander of the German onus of the war on the shoulders o of one of his musical effort i said rquadron at Manila Hay, the captain the Kntente Allies. In hi speech to have been given in tho Potsdam recited the famous poem, "Hoch De from the throne after the war began palace without notable effect upon Kaiser." In this the concluding re he said: the musical world. frain was, in the tuppositious words "In pursuing it interest the Ku. Physically unimpressive he was of the Emperor: sian Empire stepped in the way of short and inclined to stoutness-Willia- m "Gott pulls rait me ami I mit Him Austria-HungarOur duty a an was fond of being photo Meinself Und Gott." ally called us to the side of Austria graphed while striking a military posFew statesmen realized then that Hungary, uie situation arose not ture, though taking good care to veil the deluded Emperor in hi "shining from temporary conflicts of interests tho deformity of hi armor" maneuvering his armie and or diplomatic combinations, hrils figurement with vvliii left arm. a dis h he was horn his fleets, building up the German the result of existing 'for and of which he wa military system, cementing the Cen year against the strength und pros sitive. He blamed hi extremely senEnglish mothtral Empire and Turkey, and foster perity of the German Empire er for living u life of aclf.indulgenco ing the preaching of the Kiipremary Cava Vent to Anfcr. and cursed her repeatedly n being of autocracy, wa erecting n machine The Emperor, despite his previous responsible for his deformity. that one day would make war upon expression of good-wifor America, o ilescription of the Emperor' all civilization. gave vent to his anger against the personal appearance will be complete, World Civen Warning. United State when it became evl without mention of hi full, bristling, Yet the world was warned by some dent no official action would be taken mustache. Hi iihotoL'raoh. which d men that the Emperor to stop the shipment of munition ie distributed with n lavish hand. would one day bring catastrophe up. and lupplics to the Entente Allies by showed it with ends twirled up at on tne nations, these men saw in ueclaring to the American Ainbassn iclligerent angles. him then and see in him now as u dor: Jume W. Gerard, "I .hall stand lie married Augusta Victoria, old mad inventor given in hi youth thu no nonesense from America after the est daughter of Grand Duke Freder most dangerous of all toys hi army war. ick of and navy. William' designs to spread Ger on February 27, They were hi playthings. He de man dominion in Asia found cxprcs an) Ihey hud six suns and one veloped them throughout the year ion in his famous visit to Constan daughter, of whom tho Crown Prioce to the point where he had to put tlnople, when he wa proclaimed us Frederick is the eldest. Willi the them to a test. Like a crazed in protector of the Moslem. In th's Crown Prince hi father clashed freventor, he feared the end of hi tho world saw a cunning step toward quently und un one occasion virtually reign would find his inventions un ucmevcmciit of the German ambition xiled young Frederick to Dantzig. tried; so grasped the first opportunity of German dominion from Berlin to but soon recalled him and restored to wage u world war. Uagdail. him to favor. Meantime the German war party Friedrich Wilhelm Victor Albert German mother who wrote' to Uie grew with William a it head, and wu born January 27, 1859 n,j (.. imperor of tho death of their son the scheme of world dominion uwuit- - nme Kmperor William II. on the killed In buttle elicited from him no ed the hour to begin its attainment. leatli of hi father, Frederich III. word of sympathy. Ho It came with tho assassination of the June 15, 1888. He came out of tin, their death as "glorious". regarded Yet his Austrian Archduke, Francis Ferdl- - University of Ilonn fully prepared to own six ions, tho holding high com-minnand, und hi wife at Sarajevo. enter the school of statecraft. Sot were so protected that tho ImRecalled from a yachting trip, Wil to work In tho Government bureaus, perial family itood practically ulone liam presided at a conference at Pots be wa early taught the routine of all Germany In warding off the dam of representative of the German official business under the tutc)j'i. of clutches of death. High Light In Life Of Ruler Who Plunged World into War. II IMI W ii iflflBSE ill V M I www I M in w x ,.-- IIIIW MSfmmmsrSJ&zmz. Hssa lllilll I r;o III v v 7 3- . iiU I lllllll.i fti I Oy- - When the Engine Stalls on Dead Man's Curve! climb aboard their loaded at sundown, fifteen miles behind the lines. They rumble through the winding streets, out on the white road that leads to Germany 1 THEY " That one was close behind. The fragments of the shell are Wh-r-r-oom- l" The man at the wheel used to be a broker in Philadelphia. Beside him sits en accountant from Chicago. A newspaper man from the Pacific Coast is the third. Now they all wear the uniform of one of these organizations. The road sweeps round a village and on a tree is nailed a sign: "Attention! L'Ennemi Vous Voit! The Enemy Sees Youl" They glance far up ahead and there, suspended in the evening light, they see a Hun balloon. "Say, we can see him plain tonight 1" murmurs the accountant from Chicago. "And don't forget," replies the Philadelphia broker, "that he can see us just as plain." The packing cases creak and groan, the truck plods on straight toward that hanging menace. They reach another village where heaps of stone stand under crumpled walls. rattling on the truck. Now shells are falling, further back along the road. And the driver feels the summit as his wheels begin to pick up speed. n yard of a great chateau. "Well, you made it again I seel" says a smiling face under a tin hat a face that used to look out over a congregation in Rochester. "Yep!" says the driver glancing at his watch. "And we came up Dead Man's Curve in less than three minutes including one stall!" shell-tor- Straight down a village street in which the .buildings are only skeletons of buildings. He wheels into the court- shattered town, stumble up the stairs of the chateau, into a sandbagged room where the Rochester minister has his canteen. "Get any supplies tonight?" they ask. will you have?" fresh from the trenches bordering Later that night two American boys, that "YoubetldidPistheanswer, "What overhead. They reach a turn. They take it They face a heavy incline. For half a mile it stretches and they know the Germans have the range of every inch of it. The mountain over there is where the big Bodies' guns are fired. This incline is their target. The three men on the truck bring up their gas masks to the alert, settle their steel helmets closer on their heads. At first the camion holds its speed. Then it slackens off. The driver grabs kicks out his clutch. The his engine heaves and heaves and stalls! "Quick! Spin it!" calls the driver. The California journalist has jumped. He tugs at the big crank. gear-shif- t, Then up they go, through the strange silence broken only when a great projectile inscribes its arc of sound far "What's those? Canned peaches? Gimme some. Packago of American cigarettes let's see an' a cake of e of them cookies I" chocolate an'-som- "Gosh!" says the other youngster when his wants are filled. "What would we do without you?" You hear that up and down the front, " 1 " The shell breaks fifty yards behind. Another digs a hole beside the road just on ahead. And then the engine comes to life. Slowly, with maddening lack of haste, it rumbles on. It crunches, groans and answers. "What would we do without them?" Men and women in these organizations are risking their lives tonight to carry up supplies to the soldiers. Trucks and camionettes are creeping up as close as any transportation is permitted. From there these people are carrying up to the through woods, across open fields, into the trenches. 'The boys are being served wherever they go. Things to eat, things to read, things to smoke, are being carried up everywhere along the line. With new troops pouring into France, new supplies must be sent, more men and women by the hundreds must be enlisted. They, are ready to give everything. Will you give your dollars to help them help our men? gun-nest- s, a dozen times a night UNITED WAR WORK CAMPAIGN 4MISKAN UM4k VTN is space contributed by the patriotic citizens of Lancaster and Garrard County. I The Central Record, Thursday, Nov 14. 1918. I CARDS. J.J. Byrne -- TRACTOR WILL LAST ABOUT EIGHT YEARS Outfit Enables Owners to Enlarge Their Farm Operations. Study Conducted y United States Department bl Agriculture Used on Daya Averoe Forty-FivEach Year. tPrer-ire- Fine Qity Residence AT .Mrs. W. K. Whlttnkcr. DANVILLE, - KENTUCKY. Oppotitc Gilcher Motel. Office Hour. -- jvv Exclusive uHomeinsi. 1 1.. - 8 to 12 and In 5 p.m. l.v l r t i.lt. it Ulales ) of t..irl-n.tn- t Qr. Win. D. Pryor, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. OHIce it Itain.-- aI i.- r, Stable. :.onrnMrr. Kentucky J. ffi. - frcazley ' I'd H CU.Nf.KAL DIREC 10 II OfllU.rr '. a .. Bank. Itt.iil.'iici'h hY. it farm tractor iirinrilltig In iuit dm .ii,'ili.-eornh.l- t t pr. farm., in llllti"K This H hlollght nllt III It study riiliilllrtrd III ISU7 mill Hi.- nf Jtt:s hy tin f iigrlrtil-tun'- , I'liltitl S I I department iiibllhii In it riu.rt i.f whlth l Tin- of Pnrnnrs' Itnll.-li- i show- - Hint Hie out-Ill- s iln- trotter t.wnir !." l.iyi of nr used on nil mt Jrnr. Willi.- - nt f!rt pliinci' this miy ntf penr low, wh.fi it r- - r. tnriiilH-- tl (tint i.ti fiirnis uUi'' Iiitm-i.i nil tin work they nre usi ' Mi ..- iitimce n. only nlKitit IliO ilnj annually. It will I." crn tlmt whin- - i lmr.ee nint trHrtnr nr.' Tlii" l Iiiiiu " lift' of nr-- , tn 5 tliiii.ilnr. il furnMnil ly trnrtnr oin-- !. Poblie iielifli day. H 0V. 16th, at 2 pin We will offer that line frame huu.se Mr. Uradford nurdette li suflering with n broken ankle sustained fror .1 horse falling vrlth him. . Mr. and Mrs, Adolph Hcnitey were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ottls Uay Ilogio for the week-end- . .Mr. nn.l Mrs. Tatliott Jenkins spe-i- t the week-en- d with lira imrcnts, Mr and Mrs. William Jenkins. .Mrs. Hubert Carter and little son. William Crmphell, are visiting her larenls, Mr. anrl Jin. A. C Miles. Mr nn.l Mr. V. A. Co'.ton find were .. cc hi' 'icvitt!r of .Mr. an I Mrs. Ch.-,.- c re re :. i". Ile.i Hi i Plri-r-, Car Flirr Kiln Dried Corn Meal. Hud'ton, Ilughrt and Krritae. Mr and Mrs. I.oe Hendlalan ml children. Mr. und Mrs. Coleman lot-kc- r nnd little dnughtcr, spent ?nn, ., with Mr. nnd Mrs. Ilronato.i .r. Mr. n.id Mrs. Hobtrt L mr and ily nnd Miss Valiar Whittk of t with .Mr. easler spent Sunday and Mrs lirnnstnn Lock r i.n,l .iav ter. Miis I.in 'a I.ncker Uallrrd'r Ohrliik li' M. .1. PATRICK, Kontuckv. ?,tint Liok, Dr. Prinius I alls : Walker Hey r .(i(kaM.ii VETERINARIAN. Answered Ni(M Promptly Phone 3t" xt.STl.R. Honaker Flncj;Cut Flowers. Tractor Driving Double Ditk Harrow. il tlie iiiinilx-ImrK. l i. vilmt r.illli eil. the Itul- himIn. huve im.l lll le i iiipl.iin.-iiniinnal for iii iiian linr-e- i lept ill.l ill- - lMir-- . The It iim will .In Mil f Hi.- - work, whlrh will. to the niii.-iui- t of eour.', lllcrlrt A l.v the Iriicti.r. wrrentnce of tin- lil ilfly", work ilmn-l.imI.I J...i li.ir.- -i to he the trm tor were n.hnntiice. lN.-- If the to do nil the work r..rin. rlv .l.nie hy would ii..t ti.iriniilly he the liore-i- , ' John M. McRoberts, i',it ,. ii owned by Mr. R. J. Foley's Honey and Tar is just what every suflcrerof Lev i.s nt the corner of Maple and Pauldinjr streets, adjoining City High influenza or la Srippc needs School, consisting o f nine rooms, 2 halls. porches, one a concrete porch now. It covers the rough Inflamed throat with a with a dandy good cellar under the house. A new metal roof, two cisfoothinft hcalin-- coatinil, terns, also city water. Chicken house, smoke house and other improveclears away the mucus, stops the tickling and coughing, ments and lots of small fruit trees, and the best barn, oO ft x 40 ft. in Lancafrs the tightness ahd limnchial wheezing. Day caster. Lot 210x(M feet. , and night keep Also one lot adjoining, facing Maple street, .50x210 ft. As this F0LEY5 HONEYTAR lies within the heart of Lancaster and two blocks from the Court handy It gives case and comHouse it is a splendid home for any one. fort from the very first dose. Buy it Now. Look this property over before day of sale. STORMES DRUG STORE. VERY REASONABLE TERMS ANNOUNCED AT THE SALE. IJIIYAXTSVILLE For Further information see H. CLAY HAMILTON, the owner, or C r. Becker wns Danville, Kr j i fc merly La sippe? i i Jt W. A. WHEELER DENTIST eitiil I.A.Vsn.lI. Orll e oer Si . iir.i- -i 1 D-- KENTI'l'K Y. SlMe. in United Realty & Development Co. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. CAPT. W. H. DAVIS, Auctioneer, at the Kengarlan Hotel. Arnold'a farm, .lied of tuberculosis Stindai, night and wua buried in Fork church cemetery Monday afternoon. T . Hours JOHK LOUI ij WHITE H.n: I r T.W!lim, t. CO II i.p- - the work Irtnre rapldt.r. It -- hollld he liiirne III llllll. I, fllji the MAKKSUUKY hiiMetln, Hint pmrtlenlly nil f o nil -- FURS inii.t he enrr .1 on within limMter J. T I'ollard l.i ill. ited mi. I llmi l.elwiin thee " NiitH aid .Mr. Kdmon.l Sutton hat heen ipnte Ihere will often he no tiet.l Caat SaiM t.e:loni nick for eeral daya. run d... elil.f-work who h lh- trHi-h.- r on the hone fnrm or for lielalihor. .MhMit William Kin' utio lull heen i"mll-iloThe fart Hint wiiither mid K..II BOOKKEEPING ill with the Ihi ha recucred. work BuilofU.Phoocaraphyl nr.mil iih to permit field .Mrc A. J. llice who hna heen ill V TYPEWRITING ind I with h doe not neceiirl! TELEGRAPHY1 mean Hint tlierx l Mirli work tn hr with inllueiua, ii heKinnini: to ait up. plni mi lm vTitf OR R.'SMITH BUSINESS COUEQE itone. rnrm ui:inn-retii-rMm Zilla Dawea in making an exportnnt p.'trl In .irinil;.lliL-- the fnrm truded utiiy with friendH in Louikville. mi im to prnlde prontnhle euilo.nieni . I'err TueiEle lioutht from Mrsar ttftf WILIIl'U K SntTll.lklMtlvn. Kv for Hie tractor diirlni; ni timny iliiy- Ulm n- SiiiIi orcHtilznll.iii In Coldiron and William Illanks cverl lolvi'i the iIiiT)iilne of a crop mtullmi Ion. of corn at $7 per barrel. whlih will fiiml-- h n Inri.'" uliiount of .Mr Oorton crushed hia hip hone work whli h II inn do. the rllnilnntlon from a fall he rexeived while walkinc il- horn- -i iih ilelrnhle. und of ni.iny In-- i yard one day last week of the work oyer n in the .Mr. Clayton Arnold reiciwd a lone perl.Nt. ll.tweer. the rolniion warn The unilrratKiu'J k'rrop n enii broken Irjr hy brints run into by h .hoiil.l inc to nil ieron nut to treijiii upon fn-- t running nuto Thur.lay rxrninir trowii proiitiihty In Hint i':irtl. nlxr our lumls for any urin-- MlmtrM'r, .Mr (irimes, a trnant uf Mr Acliby will lirocrulr nil otU'iiili'M to tm The ilcnlllninee of Ilie fuel that a the fiill.-f- t I'Xt.nt of the Inw. Ilunt-e- r Inrte penentnee of the llllnoli fnrni-ernn.l fWii'rmi'ii lake who reported eiiliirKed their fiirmt iippnr-en- t after limine trnelor-- i li nolicr. when Ihe Irnrtor'M plnre In farm I! I. Klklu. Mm. Torn l'hillip. nitiliiicenieut - Ihu-- i ronlder-l- . Mr. Knima DanieN, thee tjien hno lenrtied ihroiieh X. I, Arnold. thilt Hindi more hind wr lr. Srah .1. 1'. llncUey. when a tructor li mini run he hiindl.-Mm. Kmmu lliKK'iKitliam, iimiI thnn with hi're only und Hint to uet Hie lllot out of their IllVeit-methey iiiut fnrm hind enoiuli o $5,000. keep their trm tori huy nt protltnhle I in n miirli ni jmalhti" LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. work tliroir.-h.iii-t of the nrullnhle working a 'SCHOOL HONDS. on wanted, uhu-l- i Sealed proponI Lick, NLVK.M-BF:i- t ill he opened "SAFE FARMING" IS Itilh. IDIH. nt the oirit-- of J. A, Anion, in I.iuh.uUt, Kentucky, FAVORED IN SOUTH one o'elot'k. 1. M. nt full MllMI IMI4 VILLI. KV. eniplo)il 1ll ilnii p.-- , Iiiaiiiueh iKSSaUWaW Kl'CKEYE riiir POSTE Mirs Louri Mitchell Ilrown is ill of Mr lircen Kstrn bought the home influenza. plaie containing 11 acres from Mr. .Mrr. I'ermelia Ilogie spent Sun.la Coiittney Itobertr, for $4,230. Mr. with .Mrs. T. O. 1 1 till. I'ati-was granted immediate Dr. William I'ryor spent the past Mr. Iiobert.1 lnovr.l to the week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. lioue vacated by Mr. Kstea. Hiram liny. llallardi Obeliik flour. Corn risur. Mr. and Mrs. Je?e Hill and daughKiln Dried Corn Meal. ters spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Uudion, lluheft and Farnau. Jrs"r Hogie. While Mr. Morrland xvaa crossing Miss Mnrgnret llra.lshaw is spendthe pike with hi stock to change pas- ing the week with her grandparent. tures, an automobile run into a very Mr. nn.l Mrs. T. O. Hill. .aluable colt, crippling It. The lirV Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Price and littwo auto's that were passing r.t the tle son. spent the week-en- d with Mr. l. me with due courtesy put on breaks until the road vn clear. It wns the and Mis. Melvin Parson. Mr and Mrs. II. W. Sanders and third one going nt full speed that !1T daughters spent Sunday with Mr. nnd the damage Choice Farm. OF e 9 O lr my hands to sell., the well known Wade Walker have the Richmond and Lancaster Pike, o mile.-- , farm, located Ky from Paint J.'i.OOO.OO mon School Hondi, In. Interest due annually on the Kith, day of Decemher. Ilenomlniition JTiCIO, first to he Decemher loth, l!2.'l, anil - one each l year thereafter. taxation in AmitM-ivaluation for In.lehtedneM in liomln, Kn.lowment fund ? 16,000.00 well aecured, I'opulalion of ili.tnet uhout 2,f.OO, L'opulalion of Itncuster, whkh I included in district, l.oOO, Located un I. ami N K. I!, tn renter uf atute, 111 Itlue (.rHS region. Uuicn.ter ha three li.uiks, eath of Ahlch haa u capital of $50,000. Actfrcirutc depooita in three hanka, ?S00, (100.00. Two llourinc mill of lare capacity und run daily. One llrut-clas- a ncwp.iper weekly. City indebtednei.li 5:21,000, huUince due on Water Worka ovned by city. Original eo.t of present huildinKa nn.l Krounda, J.'iO.OOO.OO. , (iarrurd County' debt, $40,000. property Aa.ieaaed valuation of $11,000,000.00. M. K1.1.IOTT, Ser'ty Hoard. Lancuatcr, Ky October lSth, l'JIH. S'J.'I.OOO Luneatter Cirndv.l Com- (Prepat"! by H " How " L'nllr.1 Flatea of diatrict .',OUO,000.00, of the. filmier Southern "Inl.-- s nro follnw-lnthe "safe funning" program, ml-- . waling tin on eiery farm of the food for the filthily nnd the feed for the Is showti by the fnet Hint In 1017 there wax mi Inerense In prodiitilnn of nil fiMid nnd feed tropi In the Smith except rice In und huy, A rlc.i from the 111 1(1 production wns due prim Iptilly to protrnet-r- d dry wrnllier and salt wnter. Hie 300 AcresLAND. THE VERY BEST E. G. (3 day on business. Rev. Conant and fi'mily spent Thursday in Lexington. J. K. Colii.nan of Allensville, K . was in Ilrynntsville, Sunday. Mrs. J. E. Dalian! from Lancaster, was with Mrs K. 11. Ii.Ul.ird Thursday. The Uryantsville Quartet gave a most delightful sernade Friday night. Mrs. B. A. Dawes and daughter. Miss Amy, were in Danville, Thursday. Mr. John N'oe and family are re covering from n serious attack of the "flu". Mrs. Margaret Sparks of Nicholas-vill- e, is visiting her sister, .Mrs. J. V,". Class. W. H. Boner of Nicholasvillc, w;.s with Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Becker bit week. C. M. Dean sold four nice mules to Frank liobinson of Danville, for $1000. , Mrs. U. I). Woods who has been seriously ill for several weeks is slowly improving. Mr. nnd Mrs. Noah Marsee Jr., tle sale of Noah Marsee of Hackley, Friday. Mr. nnd Mrs. Marshall Davis oi Nicholasville, were with C. M. Dean and family, Sunday. I!. W. Denny and family of Burgin were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Williams. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Dismukcs of Burgin were guests of It. IL Hal- comb and family Sunday. .Mesdames Owen Mitchell und Lena Sunt of Nicholasville, were guests of Mr. Norman Grow last woek. .Mr. nnd .Mrs. Norman (.row, Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry McAfee and Miss Boswell were tn Lexington, Saturday Mr. and .Mrs. W. K. Davis and lit tle son, Newton, and Miss Mary Belle Hulcomb were in Lexington Satur day. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Collins passed thru here today en route to Junction City to visit their daughter, Mrs. I'arks. Mr. and Mrs. B, II, Hulcomb receiv ed a card announcing the safe arrival of their son, Corp. Sam llaleom'o over-i'a- 9 No Milk There. nut of a ciin't sipirrrr IiIo-h- ) turnip niir u prohtuble unioimt of out of n row that Im-n- 't milk c"t It In her. You highly improved, well watered, close to schools and churcl cs. on one of the best pikes in the county, in a neighborhood unexcelled, only S miles from Lancaster. Can be subdivided to suit purchaser from 150 acres ijp. The land is right, the price is right and the location is right. , SEE ME. 3 O WOODS Separate Milk at Once. tn) Separate the mill: si soon a Inixe IhiMied milking und )ou will huve n C.H..I (Uullt.v of skim milk for the en Ives. PAINT LICK, KENTUCKY. ilia Dawes attendixl llr- wedding while visiting Mrs. Scott Duncan in Louisville, on Cherokee Iload. Spread plenty of lime around our preniiies and Lime preWe have lime In barvents diseases. rels. Hudson, Hushes and Farnau. Mrs. S. W. Ilagsdale of I'lea-n- r Hill, Mo., has returned home after a visit to the families of II, I'., W. II and It. K. Swope. .Mr. 11. D. B.iughiuan and sister, Mrs. Phillips und I. M. I'hillips und family of Stanford, were gueits of Mrs. W. J, Hogun, Sunday. Mr, anil Mrs. Samuel Deutherugc, and daughters. Misses Mattie Joe and Valinda, uf Richmond, were week-en- d guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Bryant. .Miss Wlllis-Voil- FIFTY PER CENT INCREASE FOR WELFARE WORK United War Work Campaign rive the week ot itoveniDer 11 to 18 to Raise $250,000. 000 for Men Willi the Colors I irlnjc llic wiek of Nuiernl'ii II In r Kclituck) ui.l In 11 ill.' people mmii to Mihscrltie more ili.it' iwu . us .tils' ami u I f million dollars state'. itiiu nf Ihe national Mint i i le . el Mntt tlurlur Ihe inmiiijc c.ir tor Wtllk HIIIIIIIK tin Ih)1 Wl ll till l Mat nnl n til lie in liy tue "en urptNix.itltiiii who.' wor , u Ikimpf uiul I III cniiutr) I. emlm-e- d U th Wiir Department. Tin1) nr.-tiY. II. ('. A.. I In V. W. C. A., Hi. Nil tn.il Ciilli..!!. War Cumuli, tin .lew-I.l- i Welfare l!..iinl, Hi. War Camp I'omiiiuiili,. Sen lee, tin Ai.iericuii l.l fcnir, ,ii.'IiiIiii mill the hah.ill.ni titlnr-- i mi-there anil Tin- - I'hIIimI War Work Ilt mrr hero ilrlw il"iiis btwi f.innil tlitit, mi iirtiiinil nf tli In tin -- us uf ..ur lut'ixfii'; liun-i- i army mill nni .nut tin enlarged nf inir .'.hie., tli. ii.it1 in.il per ar.munt niu- -i be iiHr-ii- I In- tt.il this mils for 11 treae mini I'tcry Mat.. As tli. pruhlein has heen ir..ni.il t. -Id arlini. Mates of tin I'iiIoii l.y tin- nl'lclnl- - In iharge nf tin C1iit.1l War Work Campaign drhe, tin Innltr lu fiery Mil!.' him milled nnltkly r cent around tin Munilaril of tin !M of liiiTcii... helieWiij: that tin In the iirni) unil Htivy shnuld tin tn.Ti lake piocideiiei over ererjthli'S el... At n ten-ti- t iiifftiiiir In lniiivillt. onraiiira roeiit:ille fioin nil tii.tn front ull parti of tin Male ills cusKeil this fo per cent Increu .n th(iniii:til. At th chce of tli. il'i ru.-ini- i rem.lutinu ivj iiitriHtiieed hy I!. I'. 1'rnit. of OnvUiglnn, reading us follows : "llfsohfil. That In view nf the net illy for a larger fuiitl for the iriilt.il IVar Work. It Ik the seme of this meeting Ihat Kentuiky hnuld ende.nnr t( rale Its proportion of the auiniitii ."ill required for the work anil thai ler nt Iimt.'iis he recommended to ami urged upon eiuh count) ; ami, fur Out. i.eMdeil, That a copy of this res olution be sent each count), together llh :i short, compart stutemeul of Um necc-slt- y for this Increase." Mr. Krost tuoteil the adoption nf the n olutlon. nnil It was secontlei hjr It, W. KEiikIiu 111. of liulsvllle. 'Ihii rcsolutluu doen uot require the eounty to chanje Itn counly nuota the county urpaullallon so It In nil appeal for each county In the stale to get a .M) per cent vcrsuliscrlptlon. Sodu of the reatons for the la the quota an as follows: I. Ileinurkahle Increase In size of t hirrknn army. All bodiets were naetl usiu the lze of our army lal i'dui;. Tlirv million soldier to serie vrseas before the year is over In bltrTitl of one million. SVrvlntr eiundln; ne.d of jlXHTlcau nay. Sonic of the or;jiil-utinn- i unltlnz In tills caniiul-;!- ! hiitt nut coternl tin l'uy with their pail 'fosruius. war of eoples us Till Is siuclt a armies mul tiatles, unil the in JltMrial clashes must he seneil ulth features near our munitions l'j.vf It was lntiiii.il iirlclniill) to uk tin ail.ni f.ir siTiLMmmHi fnuu tin eopIe li carry mi this cmn work tl'rouli .iliir isir. Kiiitnrk'i nuotii n.11 tit .l,"ii.in lloweier. it In!- iif ill WILL HOLD A SALE OF LIVE STOCK The Central Record, Thursday, Nov 14, 1918. KENTUCKY WAGONS WITH TIGHT BOTTOMS ARE URGED Loss ol Approximately Bushels Wheat Daily Can Be Saved. There l AUajrt More or Lett Shatter. Ing of Grain While Being Hauled 22 From Piles of Shocki to Stacki or Separator. l.y t a t"n!inl fmm Dfirt n.rnt of Aitti ultuiii ) .titiMiiuilMK whki'Ii. limine tlsht lni: mm, r.r lmxii, fnr tin ha) rHt ur , k.lllll Mlililt lltr 11'UlltHilily tltlil, tlinii-riti- .l 111 i.hIiiI ill" !nnt iKiy h.i Tul ilurliiK imh hnrtm miiiI ihi irrei.it vr .!uit Mi. r1 r kM' tlrnt lit lui'il-.'- '. rr . iilhM ii i ', r iln irmi ickn tit tb it.tirt or M(Hiralir t!. i . J .. . Klwltrrlne iiHir i r (riv-nrM ' i; riii'' wti.n tli fr.'!i nlilrli ' t l .f llnil" ll wny In th1 ll! till' WM'41 Mil I I " nn oi''n Iml, If tli . fiirtirn ! 'Ji', li':hli iiti.rinliiinteh i: .Mi wlv.it l liift fin h ilajr Im Public Auction and Privately T tied The Kind Wheat Can Advantage In Many Se Used to Ways Here the Owntr la Haullnj Sugar Oeeti. Wjjn That Saves Shattered Monday, Nov., 25th, We propose at 9:30 a. m., at their stock yards on Stanford street within the 'f .. City Limits of Lancaster. We have taken over the Stock Yards and intend to hold PRIVATE and PUBLIC SALES EVERY COURT DAY, of all kinds of live stock. Nothing too large or small to consign to these sales. We extend to the small stock dealer and buyer the same courteous treatment as we do to the large one. If you only have one head or a hundred consign them to these sales. fmi.i tuili Hn.'nii In tlili manner. th'M i .!! l.i feu nf tlif rnninmn hay rarlt . iih In ii. The department of ncrlniltnn l lrlnt: Hint tin .ariml) Mucins aIIIi 'i'ht lH,ttnmt hnilnr; tow ahlei, whlih wilt ;rviM.t tin grain fnuu falllni; ner the tili:is, lie Umi. They iiit tiiiiiparattti-l- ) little and reillre imly n few hmiri tn rnntruet At prim-n- t prlrei the iitnnunt nf crnln thut till I J I" ttnitmi box niiuld avi wmiM ruaity ay fur lit iiiit. While It ntnnnt l enctii that -- M hii'heN n day mn I aaveil In all( ii this amount nf ln Is unt at all innunl, Wh.1ter the ln may It I eaully prrrentiil. In ra th" farmer i!- -i lint rnre tn nl the time or ninney ln.nl. iM In mnsiritctlns a llsht uncnn ln, he can acciimpllli prnrtlcnlly th annie rexull by niverluc . Itti blank. the iMittmn nf th liajr-rart nr ii tarpaulin, whlrh ll rntrh th srnln, and frnm ntilrh the (trnlu ra3 be removed each erntn;. l.l to put these pens in first class condition, as we expect to advertise all over Central Kentucky and will have the best shippers and buyers. in Kentucky. TURN WEEDS INTO WOOL AND MUTTON H'repatiMt t.e ll. I'nltM Hll. t partmenl of Axrlcultur ) Our intention is to make this the best live stock market We have engaged the services of the best LIVE STOCK AUCTIONEER in the country who will SELL your stock. He has been associated with the Live Stock Markets of Ohio i for years and KNOWS HOW. To be sure of pens send in your reserve tions now. Mr. Stock Man, bring us your stock, Mr. Buyer, come and look them over and buy. These sales held every 4th. Monday in the month. jrtufils. AS THESE PENS ARE UNDER COVER SALES WILL TAKE PLACE RAIN or SHINE. Is the flzht tn innlrnl weeds Inking iii much nf your time am prevetitlni; )nu from lining other neeesiary farm nrkj If keep u few sheep they r nmt u ceils choice fiiil. Intead nf helm: menace eeil ran he turned Into prnflt hy this tnethnd made to pfi1, luce wind and iniitlnn Imtli sreally neeiled In the nstlon'a war pnij-rnm- . A am.ill farm tl.xk nipilre little hut timely attention, mil not Interfere ullli other branches nf atnt-niMni;, will add tn the farm In lum und he nf great asolstanre In keeplnu the farm free from weeds. s, The condition of women nftVct nl hy our work mit-- l not he oerlook rL and the clrlt III our muuiiioin ffnits must he provided with whole-Ufu- e riHreatlou. Tt. Sen li exITiid from the lime tlte hoy enter the train In their I te taw 11 until they reach the frout Hue IreiicheH, represi-ntltii- ; Amerleuu holm. tfhiNiI. oMee. Ilhniry, furuni. hesi rtuh life, best of (he stuse. ull iliurch-r- i 4. CONSERVE ALL BURLAP BAGS KENTUCKY ' Department of Agriculture Suggests way to Economlre In Material Made Scarce by War. (I'rriarr.l Twenty-iin- Hint ,nuo;, C Contlnully of this service can uot te continued nllhoiit lncreus.il funds. It there any link you would omit? T. The nriules of our Allies have sked for the same pric'rumi for their' tiiqlen. 8. The lilt fit sins number of prls-- j ncr ot war lixilc entirely to us for, tliclr pli)slcul, ineiital, social and moral well lielnt'. I1. If peace should iiime within h fhort lime, the irreiitest tietsj for our' will follow lu most wars Viootillliatloii has proven deinor.illxa-Hun- . We tinist not win the war and proitraui iw It. A great h planned to meet this eiiuTt'eiic., vhlcli auh not Includetl In the orliclmil Vurei; S,t,iMii) for text hooks uloue 10. Kuierceucleg unil cris.'i are sine (a come. We must he piepured for Ittcrii. It It enpentive to follow a moving army. Kentucky will accept the clinlleuze lit raise this ui she tas ucccptiil every other challenge lu tula war, with the value will to win kit Inspires Kentucky's boys lu the irruciiFS and training camps of Europe, a the battlnlilpt) and In the training amps of our own country. It can be done If every man, wouiau atl cbllil la Kentucky turns to tha uak with high resolve to maintain Ue commonwraltb'a reputation for ud garerrlac patriotism. "Keep tt Home Ftrre BurnlBg." J. S. HASELDEN, Mgr. CUNN'S .Mutter (Iron,'!1 ill ot influt'iizu. CHAPEL. Kurti! is leporteil The family nf Mr. l'ri ill with intlui-nrii- . G. H. ELLIOTT, Jennie Wheeler spent lait Ijic-ke- Sect. Iluskitu :s tcr. Vin Hepatica Stops Colored Man'3 IMiss Rheumatism. Jamva Sutton, colored .'.ii it little son, of near Crab Orchaul viit-ehis father. Mr Jerry Hiiwn nftrht with Mis Lucille The death Ainrel visited the home of Mr. and Mr. Juck Hnmmark nnd Iciu I U, n of La.icaater apent took front them their little old baby. Miss Nannie Kidwell who has been with her aister, Mr. Walter Center, for io lonjr, wa buried In Itichmond last week. witli Mis Lucile Lime. Sand, Ilrick. Kanawha talt. Hudson, Hughe and Tarnau. the itrvitt Vin Hepatica prescription ' Mr. Will Hurt and children spent Mr. JaniM Svbuilian motoinl t) ha done for him t'.mt lie uanU the day on Wednesday with her moth( rali Oicluinl unil Stunfnril, b'uinluy. loily frt.ni rlieumr.tiini, er. .Mr. Jim Dnllin. autfcrini; Molivrlry cRtarrh, ur weak and rundown condiMr. mid Mrs. Hunhcy Mr. an. I Mr. II. (). Morton of Dot-hawith Mr. unil Mr. tion to ti.l.e tliii .underfill remedy. Ala., have b.tn viaitiiiK her cuut-in- , IK'iit the wei'l.-i'iiwua in a ver but' ruiidoHii con"I Ilnrn.') Tiutcr. Mr. John Anderson. hud cntariiinl trouble an I dition; Miwi-- i V'iulit Tri'uuli mid Jow'e II. .Mia Myrtle Kelly In in Hamilton, eumati'i.i. I tr.e l iveral doctc.j, Hay were xutMU of Mini Salli No"! bu; none couhl-tccwho to give me any Ohio, nurinj her brother, Thuraday iiixht. rdi.f. After takinK feiv bottle of has been ill with influenm. Vin Ile'iutiiu I fell u new man, .Mr. nn.l Mrr. 1'niiiU I.ntul an. I Mia Mr. anil Mr. C'reH Simpaon of .d do bel'e it niveil my life." Inez l.iiiul ierc ui'st Sunday ut Mr. Tcatemville, iiie vbltlnu her parents, You con !'Jt it u. ll. E. McKUQ. Mr. and Mr. J. S. hVhouler. and Mr. Kd Clarlc. Mr. V. a. lA'ur iiurihuauil tabinv F.RTS DKUC STORK. I.ancaat.r, Ky. .Mr. Talbntt ('ornett has rented the I old Clay Arnold houa ut Mr. Krank Land, also a iium place which he v.111 Mr. Harvey Teuter. ber ftom POINT LCAVELL. I move to the Hint of the year. Dr. (it-oIlendren and Mr. John I of Mr. Jack (ircen nnd family Itlchard LacUey of Camp lluell motored to Nicholuaville, on apent the week-en- d with home folk. Incur Cartcrsvillc ipent Sunday with Friday, Dr. Ikiulrm bclntr called Mr. C. C. Souder and family. Mr. Jim Scott bought u farm on there to attend a number of pneu pie I milei from I.ancas- - I .Mr. and Mr. Frank Hl:e!n and monln patient. t!aaurer, week-en- d I.ouis-Ky- ., the SJU llosclem St., is u duliifhted over what Lackey. ocr' Mr. K. V. McWhorter nnd daugh. ter Cecil, have been in bed for days with influenza, but tire proving nicely now. im- Jee, Dairy Feed for )uur cow, lioria and mula faad. Rye Middling!, Pure Wh.at llran, Palmu Mi.d Feed, Co. ceanut Oil M.al Ta.d, VaUat Ilaan Meal. Iludtcn, llufhei 1 Farnau. Mrt. Preuitt Tliompsoti of Preach the day with home folks on Tuesday, ami took her sister, Mia Celia Palmer home with her. Mr. and Mr. Tandy Centei und Miss Anno IIlKftins motored to Hicli mond last week and attended the burial of .Mi Nannie Kidwell. truille ipent nricuiiurt.i million yards nf hurlan material now jrnwlng snircu lie. cutue nf Its luereiised Use In trench warfare, fmal ahlpments, und IncnuK nf reilureil linpiirtatlnns ruultl lw nii If fertlllrer ilinler would use .1st pound hacs Instead nf tlm morn enminnii inn pouml sire. The monetary savins iMisalhlt In handllnir tlm :i,0t, ( Inns nf fertilizer, nun-- shipped In amuiier lines. In 'Jtsliiniinil Ihik ruth er limit In sucks would ba upprnxtmatfty jl.Hc)0.(iilil, It Is esti mated. Units lire tint nnly scarce, but tint Jute frnm wldili hurlnp hues ere tiiudu Ik Impnrletl frnm India, unit the short aire nf ships has materially Interfered, with the supply, while the uecesilty f furnlshlm; hue fnr the tinny fnr trenrh uu will further deplete thin uvullahle. The Ii tn! umnunt of fer-illlner tixed In the United States an nually Is about fl.OOO.OGO tons nnd ot this nt least hnlf Is helnK shlppitl In less than Iiuks. A aliortac) of burlap would ultimately reflect Its iiie for fertlllier huics In view of tha priority need fnr food rnntaloem. and It Is held necessary that the uar of burlap for carrying fertilizers, should be cut tn tint Kreutest tmsMh-extent. Another way In which burlap can u saved la by the Um of second-hanbags of any site. Matty of these r on American farms. Dealer In soc-nhond bars pay from 0 tn 13 real each, depending nu lze and coudltloa. niiii 'i l.y the t'nlfv.l Hulr, IVpirt- - The Central Record, Thursday, Nov 14 1918. : s LET SCOTT SALE-TU- RN DO IT If you arc tfointf to lmve a 5T OVER TO SCOTT TO BIG the guest Sunday of their cousins, Mr and Mrs. J, A. Scott. Misses llennic .Metcalf, Mary and t.uHe Price have been visiting nt the home of Mrs, Wnlter Kelly Mr- - (iusjnc ("rou'horn and In nut ful Idtle daughter, have re'nnie fr..m n visit to l.ir sister. Mrs llur b 'te . f Lancaster. 5 LET US "PERSHING DAY" ON COUNTY COURT DAY LIGHT YOUR FARM WITH ELECTRICITY Better, Sefer pud Cheaper than any Artificial Light. Speakers Will Talk of United War Work Campaign Drive in Rural Sections of Kentucky. and get ths benefit of his 15 years experience I 9 O W NO SALE TO SMALL AND NONE FOR SCOTT. At the Pecce Table. '. I A. T. SCOTT, Luii caster, Ky. In, l;jt Gurrard County's Lending Auctioneer. rCXMVCI shall sit at the table, then, when the terms of pence are made im it men of the troubled lands in iheir silver and gold brocade? shall gather iimelcmn state t' speak fur each living rare. who shall apeak for the unseen lead that shall come to the coun cil place? Brace Up I des-pa- I'nlilren, visited htr imtciiti, .'Irs. raid plinth last Sunday Mr aiii1 Mr. and .Mrs. Harrison Parsons an rejuicing over the arrival of a fine boy, mother and child doing nicely resident's statement. l.icut. Lewis Steward who has been .Mm. J. W. I'umphrc). Danville Street, says; "I sufTcrcd with my visiting Mrs. Susie lirnfrn, returned! back ami couldn't sleep well at night to Camp Hiaurrganl, Louisiana, last You may guard the doors of that aching. vveek. on account of the terriMe council hall willi barriers strong My tack nan so painful und weak, I Mr. and Mrs. F. 1.. Pennington .unl and stout. couldn't get up and do any house-wor- k ihihlren and Miss Cora Koup wi le II Hut the ilcnd unbidden shall enter ..r l at all. I m total of !oan' ll... ..!....... there and never jou'll shut them Kidney Pill anil got n box, They James Hamilton Ii.st .Sunday. out, isnvc me great relief from the wry Hairy F.d for your cow,, hone And the man that cited in the open tint." (.Statement (riven .March JO, and mule FecJ, Rya Middlinf,, Pure boat, and the babes that fuller 1H0M Wh.xt Bran, Palmo Mi.rd I'r.d, Co- ed worse. STIUL PRAISES DOAN'S IV.J. V.I.M Iir n Shall sit at the table when pence I to. nut Oil (In November IS, lUin, .lr. Punt .rlrsl. Hud. on, Mujhrc and rarii.u.j made by the side of a mart) red phrey said: "I still recommend Dunn's ,,urM' (III Inst Frulav. the Death Angel Kidney Pill, for they are the bent kidney medicine I have ever used. I visited the home of Mr James House V,nl mnV them not. but the)'!! all l..id little kidney trouble for mil claimed as its victim his loving '" then n,u" "I'enk '"u tome time, hut when I have needed wife, she was only sick a few ilavw may fail to hear: a kidney medicine, I have used Doan'a with that dreaded disease, influenza. You may think that you're making Kidney Fills and haw been relieved". She leaves to mourn her loss her hus-ban- d your pacts alone, but their spir and live children, several sisters iOc, at all dealers. Foitcr-MllburIts will hover near. and brothers, besides a host of rela10.. .Mfgrs.. Iluiralo. N. Y Weep not loved And uhatcver the terms of the peace tives and friends. )ou make with the tyrant whose ones, as those who have no hope, for hands are red, their loss is Heaven's gain uti must please not only the liviii); Thinking in millions (of men) here, but mut satisfy nur dead. costs u no cllort now. When the (fopyricht 1!MS by Kdar A. Cuest.) "ALL FAITHS" DAY IN adminittrntion gave notice that a million men had crossed the Atlantic NR BIG WAR WORK DRIVE Peer Pattern. wv experienced a variety of thrills. e The trouble with the uverac- Then we cot used to the idea, and man I i'.m ir srlcetloii of his NR Tonight Tomorrow Feet Right the news of '.',000,000 left us Iran-quiOn Sunday, November to, Churches of pattern. Every Denomination in Kentucky rontlnu-.H! t It I a mUtal. When e learned that a law part Will Hold Special Services. )nurtlf itlt u.calll UiatUn pill. British Possessions. of our contingent were nnnconihat-nt- s culomrl, oil. purcai nnJ cathartic The in.l!et Itrlit-l- i i.m Is ni torrm ort action It rakrnit "All Faiths Ha)" will be observed in itrtiiin oversensitive people frit Ihn tNinrU ftnl ll.tr and makrs con (illirntt.ir. with an linn f luu siiiare Keutuck) Sunday, Noveodier In, when vlant 0uf.4ne n ccsury. a degree of mortification. Hi' miles; the lircc Imlli, Mill, an area Protestant and L'uthnllc, Jen n ml Ilea Why don't )uu trcln rlnlit toj.iy to feeling was cooling oil of j.wjtKl uare miles. nwriorne your conatlaUoii iiml tile will Join in setting forth the alms These oversensitive ones would jour yatftnlllInUsuch shai- - that dilly I ursine and Ideals .if the United War Work unneceary? You feel more chety if they could ce the ran da a If jou jrt a SSc mx of Campaign, the week of .November 11 Nature's Rtmtdy TaMtts) an. I Heredity. nonenmhatants at work. I.css than UVt n earh night(Nil a IS k or so. far Rome people never Ret over their to Nit Tablets do much mra than a ear ago there iuis an unreclaimed The T M t. A., merely raui plraaant easy bowel Acbirth and ralslnc. The higher In a tree Nallonsl Catholic the T. W. C. A., the swamp near a French port. Your tion. This msj.ctnt acta upon the War Council, the monkey i limbs (tie more of a monkey r Jewish Welfare Hoard, the War Caiop Uncle Sam has drained it, covered it' dieitlrA mm rKHl a ellmlnathe otcans promote dlKwtlon, rauies the lie becomes. Call. Cmiiinmilt) Serrlce. the American Ll iu with a series of workshops bigger nutty fiHMl gf in. nourunmeni rrom an you cat. clvea you a rood, the hrar) Association and the Salvation than the Capitol at Washington, and hearty appetite, atrencthena the ller, Arm), have at the iejuet of I'resldeut Friday Day of III Omen. hlllousneai, recuUtea kidney out of it he thrown high caliber guns 3e fn.mra anion and jtivra the whole and Imim1 The Tallinn!, the hook rniitntnlne the Ullsou, uulteit for oue treat drive, rlanlnjc out. ThU like sausages out of Chicago, lie tody a thorough will The appeal of these aeveu orgaulza civil laws of the niiileiit Jews, say txompllihed ou not h.i to take stacks machine-gu- n on freight-car- t metlirtne every day. An orraslon.it Nil that Adam was created on n Friday, tions is not to one element alone for your In like an elevator vomiting grain, ami tahlet (U keep alwaysUxly yourcondisinned on n and was thrust out the) collectively represent all religious heat, tion and you ran feel Try Naturt'a Rmdy.(NR Tahletai .way they go to the front. And creeds and faiths united In a mighty of Eden on J'rlda). and proe this. It la the t txwet many of his larger guni contain work for the welfare ef our soldiers mrdlrlne that you can tnw and only :So per Imx, rxintalnlnr enouch to at home and oversea!. about 8,000 parts. Uat twenty-flv- e days. Nature's Rem Another Type. There Is no narrow dividing Hue In tfy (Nil Tabletii la sold, guaranteed In another he found workmen A.nother type of American that elves the great work, no religious differences ipiarring by hand to prepare concrete and tecommndd ty yuur drunltt. tis nn awful pain Is the live but alt are Ixnind together In oue siili roads to the trenches. He installed R. . McROBERTS, Lanca.t.r. Ky, critic whose attitude veetns to he thi'f lime faith, oue great belief that In be iMt't soln; to be proud of his cntir. unity mechanical excavator, and on the there Is streujrtb and In unite try until he has to. Ohio State fourth day wn loading cam an fust there Is also the real spirit of Chris a they could be hauled. tianity, Up ami down Trance lie in building Ins) what eiiih .if I lift seven organ!- IAULLI 3- I'ittshurgs ami Hethlehems .ttlotis is doing for the morale not from On a southern plantation were two ily uf the soldiers, hut the seven I which Penning draws his supplies in i ii n.i inn small negTii boys, llerry nn l WcsIm million of woiueu and girls who are a ceaseless Hood. And in the Kiupp who did the milking. Wesley was ll oikitu in munition plants In this vvoik at Fsscn, where exhausted ilustrlnus, hut llerry wns Uzy and a! muntr) and ill Trance and for other serfs toil vainly to keep up l.e pace, ways tried tn make Wesley do th" women workers In the Industrial cem STONEY POINT KY. they are learning from him what a work. One evening the lady of the ters, will be set forth. real war is like. house went nut to the kitchen and Ministers, priests, p.tsturs, prelates, .Mrs. Mack Ilendrcn has been very Mill: "Iterry. have you brought the rabbis anil other lellglous lenders of ill the past few weeks but is some milk Inl" "Vas'ni. I fotched It In, didn't every sect and denomination will be CARTERSVILLE. you, Wesley?" better represented on the platform on that .Mm, Klizu Conn viitti'il her ion, day. The "Victory Hoys" and "Vic-lor- y .Mrss Jennie Ilarr is the cuest of .Mr, Clay Conn. Inst week. tJIrls" will he reached throug'i her sister, .Mrs. O'llearn, near Ijin- the Sunday Sdmols. .Mr. II. T. Calico rontluv very ill enster. On the afternoon of the same dav, vith inllamutory ItheumutUm. Two cases uf influenza have been Sunday, November HI, a rally will be .MIis Huth Davis who hus bwn very reported nt the home of Mr. I'letcher Poultry Tonic held In every precinct In Kentucky ut Jll with influenza, is able to be out. nt this place. which the activities of the seven great ViMt can huLn 19 m fv organizations of tie United War Work rillmnof thulit.t MU Corn Uoop visited her sister, .Mr. and Mrs. Charley Scrivinon tmltryUm!cWno,Tii Campaign will be set forth by speak-erv. 11 Ii atvu Uiiiie .Mrs. F. L IVnnlnnton last Saturday have been the quests of his parents. uf VCIlli who are qualllleil to tell the story iM'tti fUtrr li((i. rnfc Mr. and Mm. Scrivinon. niKht. Ciih-and itriMenti ripr4r of the vvork. iiimvnitv., cnoif ra. au4 Air. and Mrs. Andy Conn and chilMr. anil Mrs. H. Z. Trice were the utherdU'SM. At night nu the same day Unit-- it dnu irUlitir tty nmll ixjtp4ld Wur Work Campaign rallies will be dren visited her sister Mrs. Arthur week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. l"uullry UKikrutt, Kden lust Sunday Itwibac AibiIj Cis, titlAitai.lf, held In every county In the state vvltn Land of (lunns (.'Impel. two speakers at each rally who will 31 r. ami Mrs. C S. Uobinxon and Mr, and Mrs. Charley Scott were Hasvlrien Brothers. tell of the far reach I ur effect of the work of the seven agencies. These county rallies will be held lu each county sent and In counties where there are towns of good size a rally will be held in tsich town. Kvery man, woman add child In Kentucky will he made familiar with the wonderful utory of tlio work of Ihe oven organizations on "All Faiths Day." ces, people recommend Donn's Kidney I'llls. Here's a l.nn-cast- llo you feel ulil before )uiir time? Mr Harrison Parsons who has b.'en your back bent and' stilt Ho you visiting borne folks returned to ('ami Don't sulTcr urinary disorders? Meade, Maryland, last .Saturday. profit liy Ijiiicastcr experien- Though oil see them not ami you hear them not, they shall sit at the tnble, too; They shall throng the room where the peace is made and know what it is vou do; The innocent dead from the sen shall ri?e to stand at the wie man's side And over his shoulder a boy shall look -- n boy that they crucified Ml he ""' The Sleepless Wheels fount)' I'o'in .ij In ri coiiniles In Keiilui'k fulls on Moiid.i). Vov.'iiil.c II, the Hist ibiy uf the I'ulteil War Uork ('HinpHlaii drlvi, the d.iy wbleh will b iTilletl "IVndiiiis l.iy," hei inise the irreat Aiiierlenii general bus wi henrill) enilurMMl nieli mid all of the x'vi-oranlriitloiis milled In ibe mii ' A., pall-Hie V. M A . the V. the National Calhnlle War OitinHI, the .lenlsh Welfare Hoard, the War ("amp I'oiiiitiuiiliv Service, the tner bun l.lbmry Ax',uiloii und the S.il VHtluii Arm) I 'mint) I'niirt I My. even In ll of Hiri, . mi iMeiiii,u for nun b aithlty In ib" rmlierliiz ioi:ether of the farm ers of ibe district, but on "IVi'slimx li.iy," Willi I In- wold of the gr on the llfis of l'Verbiiil), ffieal Zest mid p.iirlnllMii will lie iidilid to tinhusx mid hiiiii nf Cuurt li.iy b) linn drills of speal.fi wlni will lift their voiles In the Interest nf the I lilt War Work i"jiiiimiIi;ii while the rural ills are gathered tozeiher around the count) mint liuiies or in other sei linns nf the Itiw If. It Is ii mii-ht- ) otiMir1iuilt) to briii? Ibe luipiri.iin e of the work of the .even agelli'les lMfti-th,. fnriliers, to ti.is. tin. eiiditrM'ineiit of (leu. IVrhin right ailing, iiiiitio bring hntue the for mil old) eoiiiliiu lug the war elfnr- - work, hut of . uf the activities of tending Ihe the ,v,ii irg.llll:itluli Speakers will he supplied for cat Ii of the tblrt) mimics which huh! court on "IVMiliig I i.i.v," no less Hum speakers being iissignfil to e.ii Ii town Nil fanner who mines to town to trade will i scape bearing the worn! ful stor of the good being wrought by the war work agencies and s.i u tlmsisl thin he wltleiirr) the word lint k to bis null theslile to share It with his famll.t It Is a marvelous story, grouiiiE In greatness .ill the time, ami It hear, the Mump of ihe white seal of truth and high IileaN. splendidly carried out In the lulled Mates and Overseas. BASTIN BROTHERS, LANCASTER. KY. si Quit Laxatives, Purgtt; Try ct ill We suquld at least pause before claiming exemption in n questionnaire. Catholic prints In the French The Ynnk private has often seen battle front. his Holy Joe (regimental chaplain) The regimental ihaplams me there, steal over the top to drag in a woundof courje. and rs France is n 0'i'hn-i- c ed rifleman. Hut there are many of country tiiet. are twu tst. L. us who claim, tin the slenderest jusI rotestant (huplAin and Jevv:s,h tification, to be engaged in ever) "essenti.ll Hut thousands of tli pritfts occupations" who could hardly expect n.ibbi. in the ranks. lerve the above mentioned Yank to class us There is a strategic advantiiite .11 with Holy Jce. Whin it la necessary to send a this. soldier on a dangerous mission Th? Cmy Tims. ..I. im',1 Colonel nci ate nt a premium, nnd ";.'! o hs..i l! aunuie, 'm vei sm hi '' me esiipt feel-.n- s the priest Hirers himself without on 1. ti!,. n il iy intil then they overdo any of the compunction that might daunt the family man. There the thin:." St. l.oul niobe Pcnncrat. will be no orphans left destitute if be does not rcturr. Often a brotl.er priest starts on the mine misrion an hour or two later, to guarantee its execution. While not a foregone conclusion, mi accident to the first volunteer is more than a pro atnlit). An,. ! v,r ue of their , j, iiriifiiaainn it w fntan fnr et i n t u,i , ! s.. ' Georgia Lady, Regarding Black- that both these gamblers have an out-- 1 Draught. Relief rrom Heads look on life and eternity which inache, Malaria, Chilli. Etc. vests them with u certain aloofness. They have cooler heads and steadier' Rlagsold. Oa. Mrs. Clias. Gaston. r.c nerves than any gamester v.'. this place, 'writes: "I am a roulette board ould show. .o thet) of ThwHfnrrt'a Tltftrl'.n?saiirit . In user f.l.-f- nt death is a trivial incident; it neithet ! jt vas ono 0f our family modlclmj begins nor ends the progress of ex- - Also la my mother's home, when I child. Wnen any of us cal.a- It merely marks a change. perience. mil cuuivoviueu Ol usauacuir, U311411; Incidents of this kind became caused by constipation, she save ui which wouti r.inimon during the defence of Vcr a dose or Often In ta dun that they went unnoticed. I.ven rectify the trouble. Spring, ire would have malaria an I we, had we been there, would ImrJIy chills, or troubles of this kind, r have remarked it in days so ciovv.led would take Black-Draugpretty until the liver acted well, and with thrills. Hut as we take the queswe would soon be up and around tionnaire nnd read the section tli.it aaaln. We would not be without It. deals with the study and profession for It certainly baa saved cs lots of of divinity we realize more fully the doctor bills. Just a dose of Blade-Drauiwben not so welt saves legree to which French man-powbed." has been strained. We could hardly lot of days In Blade-DraugThedford's has been find such u section in a French docu- In use for many years In the treatment of the kind. ment of stomach, liver and bowel Hut the French write no epics on troubles, and the popularity which 1: enjoys Is his feature of the war. When u now your llTer proof of Its merit Is not doing lu duty, It "egimcnt is changing ground it is you will suffer from such disagree-abl- e symptoms as headache, bilious- 'ommon to see a priest invite a Rabbi to precede him. After you, sir", he nn constipation. Indigestion, etc.. says: "the tlhl Testament before the trouble may result New". When Protestants, Catholics has been Thedford's Blacl;-Draugand Kabbi's stand hourly in the face found a valuable remedy for the and of death and select such a time to troubles. It Is purely vegetable, way, acts In a prompt and natural kid each other about questions of Tegulatlns the liver to Its proper loctrine that separate them, we who functions and cleansing the bowels of have not yet faced the music would Impurities. Try It. Insist on Theddo well to take stock of ourselves. ford's. the original and genuine. D 73 Cassocks And Khaki. 'I here are vvir ivventy-llv- e tnou--an- d FAMILY MEDICINE CARS FOR SALE One One One One One 1917 1917 1915 191S 1918 350. Ford Roadster, Ford Touring Car $425. Ford Touring Car, . $350. Chevelet Touring car . $725. S 19 tl1 ,l nil ... $950. PAINT LICKOfRflOE Dort Demonstrator f I PAINT LICK, KENTUCKY. $ O'eosa DAILY and SUNDAY LEXINGTON LEADER BY MAIL $4.30 PER YEAl All the news of the war, by Associated Press, the best cartoons anil comics, latest market, reports, Woman's Department in fact, everything to make it truly n Home Newspaper. Send for specimen copy, or remit by cheel ormonoy order to Lexington Leader Company, Lexington, Kentucky. - In camps und cantonments In Ihe United Stale and overseas there are SVi libraries ami 1,117 branches con talnlue more than .1,tK0,000 lawks and .1,000,0(10 copies of periodicals. There are -- M addltlonul libraries on the ships of our CglitUg fleets and merchant murine, and the number should be vastly Increased. The American library Association Is one of the seven organizations In the United War Work Campaign, anil Its quota will be devoted to supplying our soldier boys und munition workers with boolta and periodicals. A treat work. WE GROW A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF FRUIT AND SHADE TREES, SHRUBS, VINES, ROSES, PERENNIALS, EVERGREENS, fact "Everything for Orchard, Lawn and Garden". FREE CATALOG. H. F. HILLENMEYER and SONS, Lexington, Kentucky. (No Agents.) The Central Record, Thursday, Nov 14, 1918. ALWAYS GOOD AT THE Its a nice thing: to have a Clothing Store like tliisx where you know you can always buy good clothing, and that's our record because we handle fine clothing niade by HART SCHAFF-NEAND MARX who make nothing but good clothing. We have some of the snappiest styles we have ever shown for men and boys and plenty of them. Our prices we think are unusually low for the quality we offer considering these strenuous war times. Come in and let us convince you on the qualities and prices. all-wool Quality Clothin; Store w $40. BOYS SUITS & OVERCOATS family-Ha- R MENS SUITS & OVERCOATS $15. Shoes for the whole ts $5 w $18. and Furnishings for men and boys, the quality idea carried out in every line JAS. W. SMITH, Lancaster, Kentucky. Ccpj b Mint HOUSE OF QUALITY. nftrr we went "over the top" Messrs Kalet Doty, ndrew He there wire many German pnoner' lev. Henry Ten, Dan llogle marching to Uie rear PltECINCT I'llAlltJJHN. I received a batch of letters from Mr,. Mnry I.eae!l, ItiKine Creek home just as soon as we arrived at Ji Viola Turner, Flat wood. thjs rest camp. ItelleM- - me, I was Miss Charlotte Troutmau, Lowell, sure glad to get them. The letters Miss Pashia Garnett. Marcellus. from home certainly "keep the home Miss Susie Letcher. .Mrkbur. I received fires burning" over here Mr Mary Kiuraid, Marrellut. three from )iu and it cheered my Mr,. Mattle I!. Clark. Ilrantville. heart to know that all is well in my J Ophelia 1. Faulkner, PL I.eaveH. I am "old Kentucky home" orrjj,v HenrietU Kutler, Hubble, the Central Record fails to reach me. prof llurmlde and Gilbert. In"to- I have only gotten one and it wait.mn -very interestinir. Of eoure the old' home town papir is aluays more than Leavell. I nm glad to hear that you welcome. are well. Take good cari-- of our V,ctor Leavell. aired 4:1 Venn Snrf self and try not to worry " ony ,on of Mr. S T. Lraiell. of thi. city died in Lexington Tuesday after- o'ri"-no" ' NEW ENTERPRISE 11.1.. "l .l.tL I.' 1.1 ...d tr..u- Live Stock Company OrBmzrd ,,, .... , f. to ,w,r,tl'- ln this issm.of the Ilecord appears! Lexington for Just one vear when the line .10 but there is one thing can't do nn.l!the yU'W "ml Jr:"1,: the announcement of the Ki ntucky Urnl came Ills remains u.rr brought Obituaries, per line... .05 Notice of Annual '0,u that is to talk French.. I have to do I, tW he" ing of Red Cross. the listening and they do the talking.,1 haven t heard from them unce the Live Stock Sales Company, recently ( t,r home of his father on Camtv organized. with J. S. Hnel,len. as Ml ,treet ,,a' .foro left Cam"' M"r,u-cjosTuesday nieht. from Lancaster, Kjr., November 14. 1918 Please take notice that the Annual Will write more next time. Will )Ur" 'ou "' ,hcl" u'" ,,,c", to mannger, and Mr. (!. II. Elliott, .if which plaie the burial took place yr hoping to hear from you soon., Meeting of the Garrard County, Ky, I cxltigton as secretary.. w"le iterday afternoon. He was a devout lk,f hr" fr,Dm National With fove to you forever. Chapter of the American hvUo and for h,,r We wish to tommend this new en - member nf the Chri.tl.n ,k.,n.h -J United ,thcm' T,'H Your husbaud,( Jted Cross will be held on November ! to wr'tl'- - ,u mc ,in'l 1 w'" answer this terpriie to the people of Garrard andlwhen his health would permit, never Sergt. William lllack. o'clock of said Work Campaign 20th, at three for the election day at Nothing in mi.,-Tiiine, as luiunuinswer ine nisi teller surrounding counties. a service and wn. u r..cle 6 of Court House she wrote. our Judgment could result in greater contributor to alt rhtlrch works The people of Garrard Coun- Executive Committee, consideration Well I had a fine time crossing the good tn the county and town, than to His Mstor. Itev. J It. Muorman conty and the whole country are of and action upon reports, and water, and seen lots of fine things see the success of this organization ducted the services at the grave in the called upon at this time to transaction of such other busifies, us on my way. I wouldn't take nothing accomplished. There isno reason in ccmctcr). may properly come for my trip. the world why Uincaster should not make some sacrifice. The con- ter. Each member before1 the Cha Chapter of the I When did you fee Taylor? When be us good a cnttle market as either tribution claimed by the Unit- is earnestly urged to be present. Smith. I you see him tell him to write. Itichmond or Stanford and at one ed War Work from the people (Signed) Shelby Mason, Secty. J Smith, who lived two would like to know whether he is still time many Jears ago, such was the1 throughout the In every Chapter is a large one, but if is entered I living myes irom uinrnMer on theI)anille or not. case. -into whole hearted as it should country the Annual .Meeting is to be This firm hll keeurtsl the iirviriw hke died suddenly last Momfol rvpn- How is Leonard and Inei getting Oth, of Wednesday, the -along? I haven't heard from them for of one of the best auctioneers in the inK while returning from Lexington be it can be met without a held next for the election of an ExNovember, r friemla. Iguess they have forgot state, Col. W. T Davis, who ha, been uilh a part a month. He hud hardship on any one. There ecutive Committee. This committee is with the live stock markets firentl) gone to sleep and was refi ten they have a brother In the army no call made for War the controlling body of the Chapter has been ,n '" hea.1 on one of the pecupante - of Ohio for n number of yearn and ll has been raining here this after Work that is more urgently and deserves care anil wisdom in its noon nnd is clearing olT now. twill see that all stock put into his of 'he rar and Uon reaching his ? (hands will result satisfactorily, both home it was found that life whs ex needed than this one. The selection. It U composed of twelve Well there is not much to write, A persons members of the Chapter. tinet. I will close, by asking ami you tojto seller and buyer.. war has ended and the gallant nominating committee. Prof. P. II, He is survive! by three sons and j They will be ready for business , write soon und a long letter. courage of our army on the Hopkins, Mr. W. A, Kurnau, and Miss Good bye, next County Court Day und man) three daughters, John, Craig and battle field has glorified the Helen Gill, has been appointed to Private George II. Preston, j buyers from u distance ami plent)' of James, of this county, the latter now persons name of America,the world select at least twenty-fou- r xtock has already been promised for being in France serving Co. G., XI i Infantry. with the ' around. The bravery and sol- from which list the executive body Is American Expeditionary Forces. His A. P O, 00.", American Ex. Forces. the opening day. to be selected. lie present next daughters are, Mrs. Ilutler Sutton They have taken mcr the local dierly qualities of Uncle Sam's Wednesday at :i P. M. at the Court , JOE G. BARR. amKMrs. J.nn CUrk of thU counts, 0WB'1 Mr; Jmen is the pride of every pa- House and cast your vote for the Mr. and Mrs. Ollie ISarr are justly ' Mrs, llright Herring has' Just re - to? ."nl, nun or and Mrs. Herman Hoover of Troy, O, triotic heart. Our army turn- persons whom you would like to lime proud of their son, Joe, who is now eeived letters from her three sons in""" ",r llurial took place in the Ijiui.ter "'""'''-'"" I1.1"'; in ed the tide of battle upon the charge of directing the activities of seeing service in the I', S. Navy, be the service ,! France, and kindly-- twH ''' provided rom' all live stock. I cemetery yesterday afternoon, the for ,,!, Garrard County lted Crov for next ing at the present time stationed on firs, appearance in the field of 7i"'t mt wi" ' "!ucte.l every services being conducted at the trraw year. II. S. Hudson, Chaiiinan. the U. S. S. Florida, He volunteer r,ublieatin. for the nlea.ure of their court day throughout the year and'h)- l!..i J. It, Moorman. action. ed into the service at the beginning many friends here. with such men behind the movement Many of our sons have paid flnmnk!li7!i linn Ilillie says he is well and hearty ' i .. . ...., of. the war and is making a line rec . i i m"r' in the price which brings glory 0f Armv Will Reouire Two ord. In a recent letter to his father :md learning to "parlei-vous- " Iiettle Kcyi.OldS Smith. thel""""'" .u.um "" ' ...... 1 nn.l nMnn..H tuuiuij French lingo ti bit. While some por- he says: The announcement of the deuth of ami 1'uul' iuuui n,...lH.. i i iiwnu i ears. tions of France is like "fairyland" Dear Father: .Mrs. Iiettle Iteynol.ls Smith, who ....... ...v rv.....,.n ; .Hid $250. Is Our Quota i)c.nlltilizution of the Anurican was give him the good old U. S. A., the Your letter at hand today, at the home of her parents, Mr. and home and abroad are nov en-- , furi.M ln France .jii require a period glad to hear from you anil to know grandest country the sun ever shone Our iUota is S.'.'ill. We should Mrs. John Ileynolds in this iit, tltleit to every protection aim of two years after peace is declared that everybody at home was well. on. lie asks to bo remembered to all have no trouble in raising that. We Tuesday night, brought many ex'. to a statement made re. assistance that the civilian This leave me feeling fine. I got Ills friends and among other things cannot alford to fail the Government pressioim of regret and sorrow at the Coleman du !nt, eight letters this morning, one from said "I may not be homo for Xmus and the Hoys at this time. We will passing ulation can give to bring themc,'",1' ... .... who has just returned from a two Jennie, also une from Lottie Gilluin. dinner, but believe me, we will give not make ourselves unworthy of their woman. away of this ofsplendid Joung z. The cause J.U...C her death mont,' visit to the western front had been the Huns u bad touch of indigestion, effort and sacrifice by withholding ing tuberculosis, from which she had even better than they were. Declaring that his view, were the She said you and mother by forcing him to eat his on the run . our support from them, there recently. suirered for about a year. For when taken from the private) reflection of oiriciul opinion among Yours for ii victorious peaie and a number Yea, Hunger got your letter, und His address Is; of years nhe clerked in the e said he answered glorious return of our boys, Sgt. John W. Swope, walks of life. The soldiers ill U' "Hi''l forces, he inked that it, but suppose it store of J, E. Dickerson und was J. J, GltEEN, County Chairman, unlvcn-nllHeadquarters Co., ;i3.rith lnfuntry, life will wield the wid- - it'ar""ul'Uitu"' themselves to the idea got lost. loved by a host of friends of n long 1 was ashore Colored Department Garrard Co. she hail for a few hours yes- American Ex. Forces, France, est intluence on the future of to that of demobilization, as they had made since coming to a long war. The complete organization of the Ashley writes that he is in the best terday, had a very good' time. Got several yciira ugo und who lire our country ami ior mill reu- s- ..0nt. ,)f uur CeneraU asked me", some lemons and had lemonade of health and says "Mother do not Colored Workers of Garrard County, on the demand is urgent that he kaid, "to tell the people at home when I came back to the ship. The worry, but smile and feel proud that In the United War Workers Campalirn sadjy grieved at her passing away. " She was jiut twenty-seveyears of ' when they are no longer in net- - that par boyx have a year's work price of everything is awful high, you have three sons to oaer to u Nov, II to 18th. age and three year ugo married Mr, ive training and the purposes ,uhead of tl,em ' removing the barbed here now, Lemons and eggs are ten cause us just as we are fighting to up- County Chairman,--- J. J. Greeti.V Curtis Smith, of Danville, wljo lived IIun have ,tru"K "croM cents each, hold", He tends his love to nil his Co, Secretary Itev. A. W Jackson, only one for which they were mobilised i"ire month after the ..marriage. I sure wus glad to hear that J- - F. friends and usks them to write to him, Chm. Publicity Bureau, Win, Johnson, Beside her parents she 'is survived being ended they should have Asserting that the Civil War had Moore was getting along so well. as he sure likes to hear from them, dim, Speakers Bureau Itev, G.- It. by two brothers, U'sliu ami Lee, and the best care that the Govern- - "turned thousands of men back into I am going on leave about the lKth His address now is: Itedd. one sister. Mrs. Alex Mllby of thi ment and the people can pro-- i civil life weakened and purposeless" of this month, for seven days, if you Co. I)., lind Training Battalion, Chm. Womens Campaign Mrs. Mat-ti- e city. She was ulso a half sister "of llenzley. vide. The United War Work '(Ji'"' ,lu ''ont al11 the fcev,!n wnr work don't get any letters dated during 1st lieg., U. H. Marines, Am. Ex. F. Mrs. John Oaks of the county and T. huM le WP" A portion of Floyd's letter is as Chm. Hoys Campaign will that time, don't be uneasy. Milton Srtfed. Iieyuotda of Campaign is especially design-- 1 ""J"1" Stanford. She was de Chm. Girls Campaign Miss Lillie II. voted to '". tht,.r WroachliW campaign. write Just before I leave the ship. follows: her church and was a menu,-ed at this time to play ihl. part lie declared that "statesmanship Have you still yot your knife I sent Dear Mother: Mason. The efforts expended by the plans ae being laid" for the tryin? you? I hiive a lot of writing to do, I am just bark from the front aguln Chairman Purade Committee Wm. ber of tiie Christian church at Stan." " ford. Interment took place at 'tliv'' people through these aggnciuu period following peace, to will draw to a close, and will nnd thank God and good luck I Harris. Goshen cemetery today "Every hut In France", he said, write again in a few days.1 Love to am alive and all right. Wc met a City Canvasser for the women to assist the Government is "will become a university classroom all. Your son, very stubborn resistance, but the Mrs. I.iizle Burns, Mollie Perkins, --4S MIR KENT: Furm in Lincoln making soldiers of our men was on the day peace K signed. The boya J. 0. llarr. Marines pushed on and on n usual. Ella Anderson, Maggie Sneed, Bessie county, containing 100 acres. Will a success beyond expectation. "rfill be given every educational s Miller, Callje Duncan, Sophia Owens. sell or rent for year lull). The square-headmet us with many To return the drafted men to under leuding educators and The letter below wu written by machine guns, and snipers und put Eliza Tevis, J. S. Skinner, Urcellu. Ky. citizen- - business men from the United States. Private George II, Prtiton, from over a heavy artillery fire, but pretty City Canvussers for the men civil life prepared for lino. t fc "Somewhere in Frnnce" t a friend ship is even a greater task. The fr nnd is very interesting work of our county during thej Emma Doolin, "Mi INCORPORATED. war and its response to all apKHAKI COLUMN 1 Dear Friend: f l.Gu a year. peals will forever be a source ceuED Weekly. 1 take the greatest of plinsure of J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. of pride. Let there be nu writing you u few lines tn let you ft. L ELKIN. Local Elitor uml Mar. slacking now. know have landed overseas and am The giving to havi,"f " e United War Work must The following letter from Sergt. (Likin, fin" an'' nm arv Kj.. Rnterfd tl thv Po.t OfiiCv In "mCi from a patriotic heart. William. Black, a Garrard Countv boy Hecondli. Moil Mailer Country !" There are no ways to coerce a whn !. ",.v..r (hern" .IInc hU hit wn. I. nllV' eW '" t '!,.,.., l,. I I I.,, !,,- Member Kentucky Press Association singli' dollar, but we do not I reaehe.l Black, and Will he read with interest' " K to ""V towns imcc think it necessary. There is by his many friends and relatives in ' ',c1rc Eighth District Publishers League. tho,; ne ,hnt n,m now '"; have been drilling every day since enough patriotism and pride in the county '",c Rates For Political Announcements the generous people of this Supply Co.. 1411 Infantry. Am. E. F. '"'I land we have a good Sergeant on and For Precinct and Citv Uffi:ea ...S 6.00 County to meet this appeal. .Mrs. 'Maggie Black, por County Offices that helps out u lot 10.00 as a worker, give un - l1'ar,,Wif,': am feeling better than I ever did ror State ani District OfTices.... 15.00 Volunteer Will write you a few lines to let, m- - ,lf and wcil r"or Calls, per line .10 til it hurts the cause is worthy. you know am well. Hope this "J0; .10 Do not cease your efforts until arrive safely anil find you well nun, getting plenty to eat . a line place Fur Cards, per line ,. , ... " "" un" ml " . I'.11"1,' all publications in the interthe fund called for in Garrard enjoying life Tell nil the homefolk ebr How ie every body getting along over County is fully subscribed. est of Individuals or expres-iofor of Individual views, per Well I certainly had a nice trip.!,hm' uml ,e" tl,im a" M!o The Central Record soon ; 1 emi-nat- 1 . ,I. 1 1 '"; 1 1 1 1 n Meet 1 1 c "U-1- War I mm "j4V " I .u i,.. " """' - 'e lce " I - 1 I ii.. ' ......vu ' ''-""-"I'.j Anier-privat- 1 Lan-sast- n tK 1 . 1 i 10-2- e The Central Record, Thursday, Nov 14, 1918. 7 - 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. kw The Joseph Mercantile 60. v. . The One Price Store. rhe House of Quality. a RATES! DRkcrson, who has . Second Hand Cook and Heating Stoves, John Deere Single insertions 1c a word A Bntl Mtntion ol the Conilnjl tnd tnc i)dnvrt,. Hospitfl. where Goir.ji lylhoit V't Arc InUrotid In. Wagons, Ohio Silo Cutters, Fetters Scales. "hc Xo ml tnktn for less than 20e 8 returned w Mrs. W. A. Speith has returned u"'!"7"f " operation, numerous , and her , ..: .. in this eiilumn. Xo nds ill this HI i i Manure Spreaders, Cheap. Oliver Riding and Walking Plow, " ' ' friend, will be glad to know she i, KZ'r Air Tight Heatcr, American Fence, Oil Stoves Cheap, Secondcolumn chnrged. SI .Mr Joe Hatldcn In Louisville getting along nicely. Kl hand buggy and trap. Lard can, Coal llodi, Brooms, Roofing this week on business.is Sex en insertions for the K K. C. Gaines and W. M. MesdHmes j etc. W Don't forget that the Circle Girls price of live. l Miss A H if Dunn a visitor j ! Klliott were xisitors in Danville, the are going to hnve an exchange Wed- K Phone orders must be paid m pat week. iSc Danville, the past week. nesday, Nov. 27th, before Thankspromptly. I Miss Jennie Dunean spent Monday giving. We have lots to be thankful .Mr Janhn MFarrn made a liiumriw Deal House. The in Stanford the guest of her niece. for so get your good eats from the 'trip to Louisville, Monday. Mit Wairen. (IHCLK filKLS, thereby h.lping a FOU SALK: About "i bushels of II. V. Ilastin, Jr., who has been worthy cause. Mr. mid Mrs. Cluy Hamilton and 111 Floyd Ison. Phone .107. onions. with the flu, is better. quite Mrs. C. D. I'owell were visitors in j Mis Margaret Klliott entertained Mrs. Joe K. Robinson, is spending Lexington, Wednesday. KOI". SALK: Some A-- l Barred VI. at a birthday party Tuesday after- several days in Louisville! this week. Plymouth rock Loostern. $1.0 each. Miss Mary Owsley has returned toi"oon in honor of the Girls American J. Hognii Ballard, Bryantsville, Ky. Nellie X'oland an.l .Miss Isabella Sanford spent scleral Lexington to resume her studies at clubKinia llournc assisted in entertaining. dajs the past week with Miss Martha University. FOR SALK: Several pair of 2 I A delightful lunch was served. King. Thoc ' ; broken, marc mules. .Miss Lulalah Montgomery of Iteie-i- , present were Misses Helyn Gulley, year-oldJ. W. Sweeney. .Mrs. Allcen Smith of Stanford, College, was at home two weeks ilur Hazel Champ, Cecil Datson, Lula An- ai-3- t. was the guest of Mrs S. F. Hughes, ling the inllueiua epiilemie. Ortice 5. derson, Francis Grant, Ituth Tavlor, FOU SALK: Thirty high grade I'llOXKS .Monday. ' ItrSlilrPfe 37. Louise Taylor, Luetic Ueuzley, 'Southdown ewes and one buck. Will j Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Montgomery Dunlap anil Margaret Elliott. sell worth the money. ' Mrs. Jack Casey is spending several I, pnt Sunday and Monday with his A. D. Urad-hadays In Danville, with her sister, Mrs. parent.. Mr. and Mrs. W. It Munt- lMVJt. Friends here will regret to hear Kv'. j Forest Fitzgerald. iirmicry. the death of Miss Senora Howard, at FOIE SALK: Kight yoiu,ig sows, j .Mr and Mrs. F.d. C. Gaines pent Mrs. W. It. Gott and little .laugh-Sunda- y her home a layman, Harlan County, 'fifteen shouts, weighing U)0 pound", last Friday, j Fifty-thre- e in Stanford with his sisterN ter, Maurine, of Itichmond. were, the which occurred there shoats weighing f0 lbs. Mrs. Nellie llallou. guests Sunday of her sfstcr. Mrs. L. .Miss Howard is well known her" j Price and terms light. where she often visited at the home ' Clarence Green, Paint Lick Ky. Miss Dove flams of Danville, spent N. cf Mrs. C. J. Lewis, on the Buckeye Sunday with her sister, .Mrs. I'attie Mr, and Mrs. Clay Sutton, Mrs. pike. She Vpent several moutln the Anderson and family. Frank Marksbury and Mrs. Lclin l.an-ilra- past summer at Crab Orchard S nna-an- d motored to Lexington Tuesday made many friends there. She ' One set of furniture, two beds, Miss F.utalah Montgomery spur, a spslu th day. was mi aunt of Mr. Clarence Wilder u couch, ttayo Lamp, Bed springs, few days in Frankfort with her .rter and mattress, wardrobe. of this city. who was ill with flu. Miss Stacy Mao Turner returned i Miss Kate Kinnaird, Phone 7. to her home at Paynes Depot last I Mrs, Ida. Tinsley has returned after week after an extended visit to Ii ir There was a time when a tendency a several days visit to friends ami aunt, Mrs. Xoah Mnrsee. existed to lay all the crimes of the relatives in Louisville. Our Scientifically glasses I German soldiery and the German pc-- I fitted 33, Kesiilenre Ollice Plume IS. Mr. and .Mrs. J. K. Stormes momade to individual requirements will pic Mrs. I.ec H.igan and children spent! at the doors of their masters. tored to Stanford Monday last week with her aunt, Mrs. Hattie They were accompanied byafternoon.- give the clearest vision that Science But the world has conic to tho belief Mrs. Al- can produce. ' llallard at Cartersvllle. that the man who permits himself t j leen Smith and children. '' Tht- - Byrne Opt ical Servkr, be ordered to the mutilation of chilMiss IVrnieli.l ltnl.tns.in tmn. : l"Un Lancaster. Nov. dren, the rape of women, .if T:W.7E2'.! BVXin an.l the llleasaut niirht with 4r' and Jin. Itoss Ilastin and Mi.s ain 10 .iuin. murder' of helpless old people is ak !tlc 'Inuchtcr. Willie Alleen, Mr. and Montgomery lat week bad as the man who orders him to ,.Mrs. William Lear spent Sunday with PSAt last civilation commit the crime. to "nil Mrs. 1!. C. Hose, at Hryants- Misses .Mamie Stnrmes Dunn and j is coming to the opinion that both the Florence Johnson are visiting friend, v.Ue. . w of by & planner and the executor of crime in in Lexington this week. J .Mr, aml jlr,f p. and County Tax Commissioner is now in military as well as civil Jife must pay 1 Lil.lrtn, of Paint Lick, and Miss Cora my office and the License blanks and the price. Miss Mabel Mason of Richmond The law requir- were recent tags are now ready spent several days the past week with i """I1 of '"tersville, on oeiore PER YARD. GINGHAM ,guri ui .ir. ami .urs. j. ii. namil- - ioi. vi.cn . log BEST Misses Fannie anil ltettie West. Jan. 1st. Come at once and avoid You Are Invited to Attend A ton. the rush. J. II. Bourne. Mrs. Z. T. lticc and children have Boys and Misses Two Piece Underwear Mrs. John Shackelford and children returned to Richmond after n visit to have returned to her mothers .Mrs. and her mother, Mrs. Carrie Davidson. Kinma Knuffman's after several Kl Childrens Ladies Raincoats Mr, Paul Klliott of Lexington U weeks May In Itichmond with HI acres on Richmond pike at here on a ten days furlough to his Hyattsville, Ky. Having sold ! acres SWEATERS CHEAP. parents. Dr. and Mrs, W. M, Klliott. acre lots at.? 1000 each, pro. Mr. and Mrs. II. II, Hull and Mrs. in 'J Lucy Arnold of Winchester, motored viding I can sell the other live. These At My Place t Miles Front .Mr. and Mrs. John Moore of Xewliy to Lancaster Sunday and were guest, lots will bo sold at the above named ami Mr and Mrs. II. 1.. Griggs were of Mrs. D. M. lackey and MUs Jen- price or will be sold with two room l.iiwrenceburjr, Ky. guests of Mr, and Mrs, 1 J. Sanford, house and kitchen on them for sum nie Lackey. Sunday. WE SELL FOR LESS. of $l.'i00 per lot. Lots above men- FRIDAY NOVEMBER 22. 1918 j Mrs. George Robinson and Miss tioned to be purchased by colored .Mr. and Mrs. John Baughnian and Minnie Mao Robinson, Mrs. William .1 10 head Mixed Cattle, tome son. Branhan, of Danville . were the 1!urto, Mrs. G. C. Walker 'and Miss people, therefore the balance of acres will be sold to colored only in good young cows and calves, guests of Mr. and Mrs, Luther Gibbs, Martlm Kavanaugli were visi-tor- s recent 'i aero lots at the prices mention Sunday. yearling steers and heifers. in ed. Address Mr. and Mrs. Tom Dullard and chil- SKItGT J. W. BKASI.KV, (55 head Mules, a few mule ...... .i v lliL.n. Mll.lr.,,1 n..,,i.. ilren were guests of her brother. Jlr.., O. T. S. colts, 33 yearlings, 30 from , ,eft Tuid -afw llan;iltoll Mtd. Det. F. A. C, ,J l. k. Helm ami family at Hustons-- 1 2 to 6 years old. TransyI,luUnIvmity. Camp Zachary Taylor, Louisville, Ky. ville, Sunday. They were accompanied to Lexing' Mailable Ranges S85.00 Cast and Steel Ranges S45. '' Gossip About JpCOplc V I jjM SnlliV Klkin pent Tuesday in I ji Lexington. Mr. nnil Mrs. , Mr. and Mrs. Jake Carpenter and ton. Master .1 T.. of Versailles at-- 1 I); S - jitnrs in Stanford Tuesday. rT! tendeil Mr. Noah Marsee's sale here Friday, also visited Mr. and Mrs. Joe Turner. Friday night. .Mrs. . . ht.t. , W. A. Classified Column 8! Captain T. A. Klkin has been quite . ... Elm .... I..- - I...,.-- ui. un ... ... ... mii swii-- i:i .,,.. t'. ' " J. R. MOUNT Q CO. S. HATFfEbD, H" Dentist. Lonctistcr, w. R GNEY. For Sale. Funeral Director and Embaimer. Kentucky. Scientifically Fitted. Lancaster. lit1. ' Notice Dog Owners. I (i VICTORY SPECIAL 'eKtoii 25cts i 40 50cts. $3.50, $3.00 Farm For Sale. Public Sale of Live Stock i Sander's Variety Store. $mmmmm Hi BLACKLEGOBDS TO r I 1 .Miss Kdna Berkete has returned to ton by Mr. and Mrs. Jas. A. Be.izlcy, Shetland Pony. VCCItTt AOS1NST BU1CKUO. string Slmplo. Safe. K Effective. t im t Mmurt. euupll liquid ts spill. V liltl I1'' to l lltjtctnl uuUu joltbfl. j IVH pes m, VI rL ,kls. IU! It iWcRobeptsDrug Store Mr. mid Mrs. Charlie Thompson havu returned to Long Island, X. V. after i ten days visit to his mother, ! Lieut. Lctor Lnwson, has returned Mrs. J, J, Thompson. Charlie looks I to Camp Jackson S. C. after spending line and is enjoying the best of several das with his parents, Mr, and health. I Mrs. W. L Ijiwsoii. Mr. W. B. Montgomery was tailed .Mr, and Mrs. Frank Puinphrey and to Frankfort by tha illness of his children of Somerset, were the guests daughters, Misses lvle'ilell and Lillian of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W, Montgomery, nnd ilr. and Mrs. Dudl'umphrey, from Saturday until ley Gordon, all ofwhom were ill of influenza. I State University after several weeks visit to her aunts, Misses Allie anil Levle Dunn, The Kentucky Live Stock Sales Co. 10 head Jacks and Jennets, the have taken over the Sales Pens of proceeds to be donated to Mr. John Ituss, and will conduct an the Red Cross and Army Y. and real live Sales ConM. C. A. cern, Thy are generally overhaul ing und improving their pens, with Dr. Wash will sell a few Thor- the intention of making Lancaster the mitrhbretl Poland China Hours. as well as tho best most li.uva ni t ... vcilliai ncuiuv- ky. If you have stock that you wish) to dispose, of, please write them and Lawrcnceburg, Ky. make our reservations for pennage, und list your stock for their Sale, J. W. Sherwood and H. L. Monday, Nov 'J3tli. iKlehart, Auctioneers. H. B. Carpenter The Central Record, Thursday, Nov 14, 1918. I 8 13 113 191 ii a Of Live Stock and Farm Implements. 10 i I i I Having sold my farm and not expecting to buy another, I will sell at public auction on ft SATURDAY, NOV. commencing promptly at a. m., all my personalty, consisting of the following: 30th flogs ti 2 Registered 6attle, Sheep and 28 fine 2 Complete catalogue of above registered cattle now in course of publication. registered Aberdeen Angus yearling heifers, bred to Dean of Hillcrest. fine registered Aberdeen Angus yearling bull, extra good. See that you get one and come to this big sale. 20 good cows and calves, 6 good grade yearling 23 head of extra stock ewes and 1 good buck. 60 head of hogs from shoats to brood sows. stock heifers. 1 1 1 1 old horse mules, pair extra old mare mules, pair extra pair good 3 year old horse mules, only good old mare mule, ar Horses and Mules 1 1 pair good old horse muies, brood mare bred to Jack, ar 1 1 three-yea- r 10-year extra old driving mare, old family driving mare, good 7 year old saddle and horse. 300 bales extra mixed hay, 100 barrels corn in crib. 1 harness All Farming tooconsisting of ensilage cutter, 1 first class Deering binder, 1 ( i I first class Superior wheat drill, 1 mower, 1 good as new Deering cut2 hay rakes,' 1 extra mower, ting harrow; 1 Poindexter smooth harrow; 1 Section harrow; 1 manure spreader; 1 steel roller; 1 good hemp machine; 2 good as new riding cultivators; double shovels, tobacco plows, and almost every tool used on a iV.rm and in good Mc-corma- ck I 1 1 Splendid 2 horse corn crusher; 2 good farm wagons; 2 good hay frames; 1 new John Deere wagon complete; 1 buggy; 1 runabout; 3 King Automobiles consisting of Eight, in good running condition; Best Oakland Roadster, always ready to go; 1 better than new 1917 Ford Roadster equipped with 5 new demountable rims. 5 new United States tires and tubes, shock absorbers; ch up-to-da- te 17 Klaxon horn and etc, in good condition. Be glad to have you test out these cars before day of sale. Household and Kitchen Furniture. Home Farmer, now is the time to start you a registered herd-whi- le you can do it at your own price and without the expense of going from home to do it. Do not let the opportunity pass you and let these fine cattle go to, other states when you need them here. FARM. 2 i DINNER ON THE GROUND FOR EVERYBODY. REMEMBER THE DAY RAIN OR SHINE, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 30th, SUGAR TREE GROVE STOCK MILES FROM PAINT LICK ON LANCASTER AND RICHMOND PIKE, NINE MILES FROM LANCASTER. TERMS REASONABLE AND MADE KNOWN ON THAT DAY. 2 i COL. JOHN B. DINWIDDIE, Auctioneer E. C. McWHORTER. The Crtiiir Emblems of Death For Toys. "Several thousand rases of Gcr r toys arrived In ,S'e York last week." Toy! For him? For the in nownta carried down when the "l.us ilanki" sank? For those trnre.vcd mnti-miiil- il Record. Thurs.1,, Nov 14 9 8. 1 I Foyer.du Sold AT' Prizes Increased For Next Year's State Fair The prize nt the I9t! Stnte Ka" will ho immensely nucmcnteil. Mat S Cohen, Commissioner of AKricultur-announced Inst vtcck, cxcecilini; th S1M.O00 increase of the 1018 fair. The feeilinc anil fnt cattle uwar wljl he increasril from 1 0,000 t $10.000, including the host herds i lifton anil i ainl the best sir: Bchfinn children who ln-tr- furtli ilk' aims frota wtmh the hands were truck off liy the Hiirito of (icrninn fclTitort? For those 1'rrnth hoy and U.rU with pitiful aifchtlwo cjr7 Fur Umm tittle UMUm at rot in the fhwfthynrds f Iluty. that died in llim randy? For pain from tfcwc "tfcer iMMtvn slowly starved to 4wi til in l'lB.I r i.iassacrni in At li; Huns U UiiMhowl an lot toy t b p'ay. '.ih at. then trushnl iiihI broken? Toy hoe ry asntsKl lontomir.iti-- . and Iravea upon Uh tones) of labyhoed invwlbli An writ brine a dead of 11M? ?w its serpent into the borne to vno on the cradle Why shall we ' fol the tjiint anil purity of Amcr-leachildhood with 11 reminder nf tljo f.mdirh treatment f't-- I hi in have SSfarilled ill vrr since thut fateful Aucoit of 1 1 1 4 T Can one mm look n Noah's Alk "Made in (Irr Uwti many" and put from hi mind those hundreds of helpless innocents whose allien locks nre twined with seaweed Can one hold a German doll in her mitt and for;i t the thousands iVad frtm famine who ome made clad a mother' arm' Can a bu) Unit de rht In the lontortlom of a meehan i il Itun clown ami forget those brave youRK men who writhed in uv nv then crucified 1,11 mitc walls l were same Huns Can a IkiII colured with the red of Huns fail to suiricost The flame from bursting irenal hulled by arnu uplllteil in the att'-tudf "kan crad"? 1 t thus who would invite fiur- irhosts mto the home ta hvcr i niid the Christmas trie buy (ler- an tos. If one would hung the !k,u..N with evil omens, and bid the "all of ak'oniteil spirits tlo.it through :e branches ami fan the tlickcrinir name of candle, let him buy Herman I et those who ran, nmke mcr to ery r.. with the product of those hand wnich even at tin moment are eager!.' tilling shells with poison irnsc -- I . deadly llanic and hurling them . icnn'. our own lleih anil blood And what of the merchant who for lordnt Eiiin nuiild barter thee of a loathflouie nation u nil n utt the loyalty of linpini: What could more delight the cunning: Hun, what more quickly bnnj: the leerini; mile to cruel facer, or Kladden heart-lew- i heart, or encourage llim to hope that even nun ue tolerate hit biutal-I- t y and welcome what he mint to cll? If now-- , when a a nation we of are in univemnl condemnation HunUm, yet do ue hold out our hi work, ubat will hand to arcept he think and with what measure hall he eitimate the unrrrity of our ex- prtxton of repugnance and horror at what he ha done inre the aun me thi morninir? What mitigation an we claim In the thought that Amcricn wa not yet oversea when these trinket were fahioned? Kven while the irniidy paint war yet fresh Uoti thee trinket uere llelcian girl beine dniKk'ed into clavery worse than leath We do not lack for toy; toy by trainload made in American factor-le- , by hand, which are clean; toy alo by carload made by our ally in Japan, w here childhood is snored, and love, not bate, is taught at mothers' breasts liven were there none, fur better our boy and girls should go the III without than Iiml pleasure handiwork of a nation which made a public holiday to celebrate the loss of the "l.usitania" and which in these latter day is steeped in the "glory" Could our little of monstrosltier. moil who sacrifice ninny a childish pleusuro to buy war stamps and con. tribute pennies to the lied Cross, and our little mother who knit so patiently with hand that can barely bold the needles, would one of these knowingly And any pleasure in any toy ".Made II. II. Windsor la in (iernmny?" ' steer iiiol TT lojr m'!e falwm innocence n r. niT 210,000 stnke In the twine r r . iml a sii.uli.r stake in the sheep n: , will lie aiifleil. The ilairy awanls also will I ,'rtatly autctnonttri. Delinquent Graded School Tax Payers. The following are delinquent tav f the I aicastcr (irailetl Coir .noii School with lh amount owed b;' ny pripertj owned by each. will he levied on an't sutd i.i corJinK to law, for the pur-pes- " nf lollec timf said tax and expense of collectine tame. Iirown, 11. XI. 1017 .14.13. 191fi s:;.:.o. Cornn J. V.. 1017 8J.-10- . K. I... 1017 SJ.IG. IC $1.92 Cecil. T. K. lOHl $1.00- - 13 $3.22. Kranris, Jce. 1915 J2.I10. ; r!ti aer i, He n- !l, .1. Henidop, S.V.j0. i. C. K. 1017 101-J 17 $n.r,o. $ 10.74. lyitl Howard, T. M. $3.91. SG.00. They've been fighting for their homes since 1914! ATAHOSE gallant men who wear horizon blue, those bronzed I poilus who are entering upon their fifth winter of this war they are the men who know the sheer luxury of a cup of hot soup, a piece of bread, a stove to sit by, and a word of cheer, man of less than Think of a nation where every fifty has been under arms for four Ions years and more. Think able-bodied Jenkins, I'.irker, 1917 Lewis, T. . 1917 $2.33. IC .fiOe Lewis, J. C. 1917 Sl4. Ill J2.7C 1915 $1.70. Marsee, Doxle and husband 1917 $7.10. .Marsee flu) ton, 1014 $10.30. Mnrsee. Nelson. 1917 $5.01. 1916 S5. 38. Jlurphey, I.isha, 1917 $1.70. Moirit, A. S. 1910 40c. 15 tOc 1914 50c. 1913 50c. I'rather. J. I'. 1910 3.G5. Ilogers, N. 1910 $0.30. 15 $0.30. Tapp, Mrs. A. T. 191552.60. 1914 $3.25: The follow inc are delinquent) for poll tax and an id list will be sold County Court day to the hifihest and best bidder. Aldridce. M. 1917 $1.50. Arnold, Jess.e, 1915 $1.50. nnwman, Joe. 1917 $1.50. Ilurnside, Tercy. 1917 SI. 50. 191 $1.50. Burnside, J. A., 1917 $1.50. 16 15 $1.50. 14 $1.50. $1.50. 13 $1.50. BoRic, J. O., 191C $1.50. 15 $1.50 Bishop, Herbert, 1917 $1.50, 1918 $1.50. 1914 $1.50, 13 $1.00. Bastin, Clinton, 1914 $1.50. Carpenter, Q. O. 1917 $1.50. Collins. J. O. 1917 $1.50. Cox, Jim, 1917 $1.50, 1C $1.50, 15 $1.50, 14 $1.50, 13 $1.00. Conn, Vircil, 1914 $1.50, 13 $1.00 Farris, fieorEe, 1917 $1.50, 14 $1.50. Francis, Joe, 1917 $1.50, 10 $1.50 14 $1.50, 13 $1.00. Ford, Lice, 1910 $1.50. Harrison, R. D. 1910 $1.50. GrcRory, R. I'. 1913 $1.00. Hibbard, Earnest, 1917 $1.50, 1910 $1.50, 15 $1.50, 14 $1.50, 1913 $1.00. Hatcher, Georee, 191G $1.50, 1915 $t.50. 14 $1.50, 13 $1.00. Henry, D. K. .4 li? Why you should give twice as much as you ever gave before! need is for a sum 70fr greater any gift ever asked for since the war began. The Government has fixed this sum at $170,500,000. THE By giving to these seven organizations all at once, the cost and effort of six additional campaigns is saved. Unless Americans do give twice as much as ever before, our soldiers and sailors may not enjoy during 1919 their 3600 Recreation Buildings 1000 Mites of Movie Film 100 Leading Stage Stars 2000 Athletic Directors 2500 Libraries supplying 5,000,000books 85 Hostess Houses 15,000 "secretaries" 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 field and a knowledge that the folks back home are with llim, heart and soult You have loaned your money to supply " their physical needs. Now give to maintain the Morale that is winning the war! or a nation which has suffered as has France. Then you will know what the huts are meaning to the French, and what the huts are meaning to our fighters over there. It was requested by the Government of France, officially, that American maintenance of morale be extended to the armies of the French. Cheerfully it was undertaken, in simple justice for our splendid debt of gratitude. And so you see these huts today, hundreds of them; where French and Americans stand side by side, holding out a hand grizzled men whose fighting spirit of friendship to the war-wor-n, is an inspiration to our Yanks. Foyer du Soldat they call the hut hearth of the soldier the nearest approach home upon the roads to battle. "The support and comfort of your Foyers," says General Mangin, "has been and will continue to be a tremendous physical comfort and moral support, and has given the soldiers that feeling of home which has been so much lacking." "Your Foyers," says Clemenceau, "constantly established in increasing numbers, as great at the front as in the rear, has rendered to our soldiers most highly appreciated service. Thanks to your efforts, our children have found in your midst a center of distraction and comfort" United in this war for freedom, our fighters stand beside the soldiers of France. United in this .campaign for morale, these seven organizations come to you as one. France's fight is our fight. Unity of command is winning on the battlefields abroad. Unity is hastening victory through morale. Give for morale, give for unity, give for victory 1 Jenkins, Ambrose, 1917 Johnson, John R. 1917 $1.50. $1.50. Leuvell, S. T. 1917 $1.50, 161.50, 15 $1.50, 14 $1.50, 13 $1.00. Lewis. T. G. 1916 $1.50. Lewis . J. C. 1914 $1.50. 131.00 Lee, Hnrve, 1914 $1.00. Middleton, Tom. 1917 $1.50, 1916 $1,50. 15 $1.50, 14 $1.50, 1913 $1.00. Merchant, J. S. 1917 $1.50. Moss, John, 1017 $1.50, 1G $1.50, 15 $1.50, 14 $1.50, 13 $1,00. Moss, ,V. II. Jr., 1917 $1.50, 10 $1.50, 15 $1.50, 14 $1.50, 13 $1. Murphey, Mansford, 1917 $1.50. lien, 1917 $1.50, 16 $t.50, I'uniphrey, Cush, 1917 $1.50, 16 $1.50, ID 51.50, 1451.50, 13 $1. Tumphrey, Will, 1917 $1.50, 1C -$1.60. 15 $1.60, 13 $1.00. I'umnhrev. Clav. 1916 $1.60. 1'olT, Win. 1917 $1.50, 16 $1.50, Oal-s- . l'opular McehanicH. UNITED WAR WORK CAMPAIGN immT It with S cent Khetrielil Ave.. your nam and wilt receive in 15 -- 1.30. mm Sk Cut out lid advertisement, enclosj Co.. 211.. to Foley Chicago, III., wrlllni; adilres clearly. You' return a trial pack, aco coutAlqlnc: (1) Toley'a Honey anil Tar Com. pound, the atandard family remedy for coughs, colds, croup, whooplns; cough, tightness and aorenesa In chtst, grlpps and bronchial coughs. (!) Foley Kidney rills, for ovr. worked and disordered Mdneys. tlad ailments, pain In aides and hark due. to kidney trouble, aora muscles, stilt joints, backach and rheumatism. (J) Foley Cathartlo Tablet, a wholesoraa and thoroughly cleansing cathartic. You can try these three, family remedies for only Ic STORMES DRUG STORE. t3,mMJaMi) 2 35 W-- )L flUJ council- -. & s SsSvJs jA' jwmwjLfax COMiiusnTTtUVKC AUSSKAM C3M)m yyegjy JLJ Ton, Charlie, 1917 $1.50, 161.50, 15 $1,50. 14 $1.50. 13 $1.00. 1'ollard. James. 1910 $1.50. l'cace. John. 1915 $1.50, 14 $1.50. 13 $1.00. I'ursley, J. J. 1911 $1.50, 13 $1. Halston, W. O, 1917 $1.50, 1910-$1.- 50. Smith, 1.60. .- 1- J! USXJJty f Frank, 1916 $1.50, 15 Turner, John, 1916 It This space contributed by the patriotic citizens of Lancas- ter and Garrard County. $1.50. Thomas, I). A. 1913 $1,00. Thomas, Jesse. 1915 $1,50. Watson, T. K 1916 $1.50, 15$!.. 50. 1914 $1.50. Wlieiritt. Tom, 1916 $1.50, 1915 $1.50, 1911 $1.60. Woods, W, II. 1916 $1.50. Woods, John, 1916 $1.50. Franltie Kauffman, Treas. The Central Record, Thursday, Nov 14, 1918. 31 IE 3ca Why Should Gire Twice What You Did Before You A BIT OF HOME WITHIN THE CAMP THE NATIONAL BANK 450,000. Surplus are waltlnfor I UNITED WAR WORK CAMPAIGN. J I I A long, low building of frame ren OP LANCASTER. slructlnii, nttractlirly plnnuel. wllh wide ti r.mdns and a homelike asiect. CopMol Outside nrr hanging Iho Hags the Stars and Stripes, which must sihiii A. II DBNNY. President' Now is the time to buy and save money, We be taken In ns It Is nearly sunet, and J. II STdH.MKH, Vice I'res't, tinother ling bearing n little triangle guarantee every car we sell. iff blue nnd the letters Y. W. C. A. S. ( . ll:.NNY. Caihler, It Is a fall afternoon hnd the air Is a ' J. I! Karris. In . Ho ik Keeper , (ien-lbxiKeeps" J. I bit sharp. Throtish Hie front windows of the bouse the woman approaching Buick Roadster up the wnlk ran see the cheerful glow Safety Deposit Boxns For Ron!. of r.n open tlni'lnre. There Is the 1915 Buick, five passenger I,)C hook sound of a piano and some one Is ' K"i hostess' houses Wtt SOLICIT YOl'K HI 'SINKS. slllglllg. 1916 Oakland, fivejpassenger l."i.lsl itlg lllothcr" Mt- 'llie woman, who is slight and joiing II. IWy, i. l SwiKchi.Md, Alex It. Denny. J rnurirs J I. . Overland, five passenger puts her hem suit nml Millions of dollars nf Stormes. S. ('. Denny. J. I,, (lilt, Dr. W M, Klliott. Dire-tnt- f, i ii o down on the walk and shifts (lie liollle lomforts Three 1917 Fords bnbj .be Is iHirylug to the other arm. Give to maintain the morale that She llstilis tl lillllllle, then pliks up the Is winning the war now. US AT ONCE. SEE liuirtige ami walks hnitely up tr" the clerks in Ijint'nsler during the grt Sports-N- ot front door. Sumo one has beard her est nf all festivals roiiiing nml Is there to meet her. Some me always Is In places like Ibis. The VICTORY BOYS AND door l tliiow n open and a kind worn s It seems almost irreligious to ren WHEN YOU SUFFER -iin-tiileo oh, tl,, come In and rist. Let me take the baby." The pare Christmas giving with barro.nn, GIRLS ARE ENLISTED baby Is pas. ,il (Her and I In- - stranger. But in one of its form-- . FROM RHEUMATISM L. II. CONN. Proprietor. worn from a long Journey, tired ami the .stitutiori hardly reaches a high Mid. Is glien Hie websuiie width only cr plane Kentucky. Danville, Walnut Street. Call Fer CO 000 Boys and 30CCO Olrfs the . . C A. hostesses; know how to Smith treats Jones because he hasi in Kentucky To Earn and Give glie. II I' C i' 3C 11 nef him on the sidewalk ami wants to Almost any mnn will Icll you Five Dollars Each. She explains that he has rome to that Sloan's Liniment show that he feels friendly. Neither sri. John before he leales for the means relief Tl.iVl.n.r l:.ijs- - IHtMi.n f th,. front. She has been atlnc her money of them wants n drink. I'imiisI Jones buys baclt to show he isn't a LET A COLD, Wiir Work CHinp.ilijii. nin, for tratellng expenses, nnd has come ightwatl. Then Smith buys to show .Million I!..), to surprise him. John has uen-seen The devastation will be as complete tlio n..il.iiiiil .l.i.Mii. For practically every man has uksI lsliu-r." a Mini. 'ii llie tlait he didn't buy the and he lias suffered from rheumatic drink just nf HOME .Hidthe cities n In the rural districts r.ihinil ilirls' liitNl.iii. miller and- liw will, bub),she has How s nnillie that lifter to get one in return. first Jones huvs It who soreness of muscles, stillness 1 1 t tinl. schrs, for John So the in i lie v Not aliuilding must g joints, the risults of weather ciposurc. Ki.jt Cirl Piilliint has Just left on a two days' furlough to reciprocate Dr. King's New Discovery be left stnnding between Holland and ilmi. while ilii-itWomen, too. In the hundreds ol are a iiiilll.tii to surprise her. she could get Luxembourg. The tit-Innd forests bo Brown walks In, and, being a reg nU'Tii; inilli.in jrirls In H,. rmuii a train haik to her home John's furthousands, use it for lelirting neuritis, almost never fails to will be reduced to barrenness for Sillies l.elilnil tun million ttstili-rs- , ular, he has met Smith there before lame backs, neuralgia, sick Ticadaclie. bring quick relief in lough will hate expired and he will be Keniiii k.t Hi. n- - me ."i.ihhi In.i behlinl on his way haik to ramp. The little So he buys for the crowd; and then Clean, refreshing, soot hing, economical, , lifty years, nnd .lie mineral deposits Small doses once in awhile and that quickly ellcctiir. Say "Sloan's Lini.will be destroyed nnd demolished and :u),Mi hliiers norkius liearl and oiil mother il.M-- s not know- - how to tnrct the enrh of the other two buys. Keci throat-tearinment' to your druggist. Get it tcxlay. couch quiet J down. Another dose anda I variously maltreated by Moods and for the Meee of I lie drhe aud .".11,11.1 situation and tears of fatigue and procity again. And then it's Brown's toon begin lo flow. tot bath before jumping into bed, a explosions to the turn. of their girls piilllni: f,.r Meiory with all their good deep, and luck to normal in the I productiveness mltlii ami main. "Well, that's tisi bad," says the syni nnd fecundity. This isn't a lecture on tirohil.it raornine. Tl.ew Vliii. r. r.ojs nml virion-(!lr- l imlhelle Y. W. C. A. worker. "Hut bu on exinnditure The llood of Everything, In u word, is to Dr. King's New Discovery is well form llie "earn ami site" dl liter up. You run Just stay here for ' mown, tor fifty years it's been .promiscuously bedeviled into the next tl-iTin. u.H-a- l to I lie Lot and a louple nf days. Weil send a wire chemical lliml that Smith. Jones and relieving coughs, colds and bronchial Brown (Hur into themselves mat n- -i girl to turn and glee two generations. to make n iierto John at the tlrt pin re his train attacks. For fifty years it has been The foregoing i a prophetic pic. solllll -- HiTlllle fur Hie vi.dlier who Is slops and tell lil m to take the next hurt them, but it wastes their money I sold by druggists everywhere. A They all GUY reliable remedy that you yobrsclf or any 'ture of lltliriu ill in the Lokal Anzei liiakiug the supremo ..icrlliie for the train bark, lie ran enjny bis furlough and gives them no fun memberof yourfa m i ly can take safely.' know they don't want it. but they gcr, iltrlili. It delint-atehere." Ilelgium lis lioys and girl at home. ,. llie null of alft. x.-- ts III cite mii- Miss I u..e holey ilmi, ami Hie IHile family spend to show thev aren't tightwads This Is spent Sj-.- u TrainThoseStubborn Bpwels !lt will look after the crossing nf th fort and iheer furnished b) tin- has a glorious day of It. Mlssrs Mary and Bess Tjr t Christmas presents given for the Help nature take' Its course, not allies if they ever cross it. y j c. , . the Y. org.uilniiiloiis. Hi., g The Young Women's Christian ass.e same purpose are a desecration of the with a violent, purgv .Mrs t ( llounshell an I little are W. C. A., llie .V.i rrccision aim thoroughness .itlinlie War tivc, but with gentle but certain and has hostess characteristic of the German. They I'oiim-ll- . llie Jewish Welfare Hoard, the rlutlou of this eslubllsh.d for Amerlran institution. The motive is a selfish Herbert, left Saturday for a t . t natural-laxativDr. King's New Life houses i haratler rrl.itites in Keren Pills. Tonic in action, it stimulates the are occasionally absent from I'rus'ar I'amp I'oiiimiinliy the soldiers and sudors ami their families. one to start I et us give to lax bowcU. Sold bydruggists everywhere. impart pleasure vie Ainerli mi l.lbrari Assi.elmloii and the In this brief bulletin of news lies one inn journalism when Anu-riciiAir and Mrs. Joe Turner 're rr tones are being explained away, but SiilMilli.ii Ami, to a Mililler for a of the most potent factors In the win- 1'hc C S. government Is nur war telling congratulations nier the a rant for it. Iapt-s- , ning of this war. Our hois are rightthese are neci-sfaranil are week. rival of a tine boy, named Charles Karli Victory lllrl will earn Iier world-wa- r may dethrone kings. ing for their homes. The Y. W. (1 A. always followed by a return tn form .Mrs M. B. Turner has retunu I and gltr It to the rnltrd War Work wlihits hostess work In this country but it cannot dethrone the King Training Corps Has New and of Yet this kind of journalistic pre ('aniuils;ii. tn prothlo iheer and rum- In France Is helping to keep the kings. Dynasties are for an epoch, home after a week's stay with her son i cision is even less effective than the fort for an AinerU-aiImportant Requirements. soldier, and llie hi. si of American home nr.. conbut the doctrine and spirit of Christ- Alvis. who has been ill with the flu delirium of the cllow press. It in thought that she Is roiiiriliiitliig in the stantly before the men who are A number of young fulks spent a mas are for eternity, and the gov I he War Department has issued Jdicates the weakness, romfort of one of Die khaki lads will that borders on It. ihese men bad to go away re ernment has not planned to abolish most enjoyable day last Sunday at her to pull Hie harder for the from their Indliidiial homes, instruction s defining its policy in re-- . hysteria the impotence that threat but there the home uf Misses Kthi I nnd I.uia gard to the change in educational re- - ens before bursting into tears. wSiat man whose sen lee s.)r i4 ,,,, it.,. otI, Is a home width follows them a place the indestructible. A siireessful ess.it iimlesl for the Vlr- It has merely told us lo buy what Alclcar. on the hirkstille road qulrcments for admission to the col - if Belgium is devastated? Are not where they can go when they arc off tory lio.ts and Vlifor) Ulrls Is lust duty .Mr and Mrs. Frank Koley motorc i He can't .'egiate section Students Army Train-'th- e ami meet their families and rest. the other fellow needs. allies, correctively able to restore oslug in Krntiiik. In whlali prires There ts a room In every Y. W. (,'. A. feel insulted if we give him an order to Wall rtown last Monday and were thorps. 4n enort is oeing made her? And what will be their tempt-tjng will be giien to the winners. hostess house with a real fireplace. In on the lot nl stole for a new guests of his sister. Mr and Mrs t keep these units up to authorized after the devastated territory is co- It and a domestic hearth. There ars hat- - he can easily Ket eten by In ' Urown strength, uue to the pressing need cd? They are likely to audit the atilinirs with cushions en them; the suiting us with an order for a n.w j Mi, I.iIIm,,, llutchin. jor onicers in an Branches or the ser- -' count and underscore it with red returned rhlna Is not of the Iron bound bucket pair of shoes. And we can NOTED SPEAKERS TO I all vice, men are continually being trans- - ( This war has reversed all tarlety neiessary In camps; and best lit good old Lancaster by buying bene. her home last Sunday after a stay f right two months with her grandnarents to Officers' Training Camps. In the last four years the doctor fcrred of alt. the boys say, there are nli-i- t here in town. .Mr and Mrs IV K. Koley A new system of recruiting these have learned how to cure most inTALK OF WAR WORK i, She ti.i And do your buying now I would Don't accompanied home by Mrs being workeil out, and cepted varieties of fatal wounds r sections is i hesitate to ask his mother or , , nmn shot through the heart u.,t: to sture llounshell or the girl he thinks most of tu let us have any overworked sister ue-me j,ri.u.wK ii loiinm-uonmeet him at a Y. W. C. A. house, for ' die in previous partment directs that "Institutions wars. It was the err Every Section of Kentucky Will Be lie knows that the woiiun she will see Visited During the United Welfare .there present number of inducted .roct thing to do. It was har.llv tea- ihrre are of the right kind. The tery Drive For Large Sum. men is less than its authorized quota, Ipcctable to do anything else. fact that It Is knuub that there is Tnny certify for induction such stu-- 1 .Vow he wakes up out of th sit. llie fulled War Work Campaign real, homey plate neirt eath ramp an-.1 k.. nu nut l. :i ... i iiuvc i. laerthetic and demands a cigarette. will be well put before th people of "'orlzisl by the war department and numner 01 units, Dut whom the head The medical profession has rewril Kentucky In the inT oy iiiKiimeu anil rt most counties, cities and of the institutions and the command-te- n all its rules. towns by word of uioiilli us well as wouieu. has serted tery largely to ills, murage (be oilier type of woman and )ng officer of the unit. Jointly, be- If the fertility of Belgian roil is through the newspapers, l the n speakers In the stale, who lute keep h. r away from the men she for' Jiete to ue competent to pursue one (destroyed a few chemists will get to y oi me programs eoiiseiiied prescribed. to glie merly pre.ied upon. Due gether and find a way of restoring entlilllaKtl-jThe Y. W. C. A. houses are not rs. OF consideration will be given to such its fruitfulness in a few years. A their time Inwards furthering llie In talillshiHl wllb any Hew lo marking terest of the . high school training as applicants group of I.uther ISurbanks teach rroiiiinent speuKers from eteiy lor- - class Hues, boweter, altbougli many uf have had. also to vocational and bus- - orchards to do what orchards never the hostesses who assist led Hies of mess experience, to previous military thought of. doing since Eve stole the Iier of llie stale will dellter ,addresses, not mil) In their onn limn-bin will gleaiest ins, and luxury before the training, and to such personal qu. ill- -j apple. war. iMiuocraey nibs at llie sign of travel through the slate to tell stun tications as are relevant to the mak- The I.okal Anzeiger should devote of the work of the V M. I". A., the . I he llllle Blue Triangle. ing of an officer. The purpose of the editorial share to thin.. Ie ,i,iii,.. W. A slory is told of a grent men hunt's A., the National C.uhollr War foregoing arrangement is not to abol man predictions covering the next 'olllicll, the Jewish Welfare Itonpl, wife whose iiidlildual fortune uiuiiiitH jsh educational standards, but to perThe next few years the Wari'map I'ominiiiiiit Senile, the to the million mark. This ludy is a A. com mit such relaxation ns is necessary will hold enough trouble for the Tots- - Alnrrli an Library As.n lutloii, and the uiemher of one of the Y, N. mltlees, nail on one occasion she was to bring the strength of the corps to Jam Junto to crowd ten centuries. Sailtnilnii Army.s I'licse s.e.lk.-rwill olltline the ac helping la the lafeterla of a hostess its total authorization. But passionatu strictures and tearful tivities of the sott-i- i organisations to move I will on Hint house at the (I rent 1 jis.es natal trainAn application for admission to attempt r.t intimidation contain aria our Imis with the morale that ing station. A little shopgirl who had the Students' Army Training Corps sufficient proof of waning I'russian wins battles" mid will tarry the word a "duy oil" from her work In the base should apply by mail' immediately to morale to encourueo th most sl..n. of the Inestimable good of the work ment of the great store owned by the he educational institution of his tical of us to a stedfast optimism. lo every man, woman mid child In Ken- - V. W, .'. A. worker.' hutbainl, and who choice for detailed information. tut ky It Is possible li reiuh. had come lo sen her sailor brother, wus , Among the notable sneakers wl In a .Slate street hurry for sen lie. will be heard In turlous parts of (be She sharply ordered the merchant's Ksn's Handicsp. atate In thn liilerext of Hie United War wife to "look alite wllh Ihese folks, "Mere mini was plat-ti- l im. r a handGet the ji icap shortly lifter emit Ion," said' the Work I'liniimliiii lire three Keiiliukv girlie." and containing- - (50 . ronjresmen, who hale been olerseas The lady addressed as "glrllu" quite, "Kve hi.il the sunko to less. is ami have wltiirsseil at llrst hund the humbly sun-- to It thut the pile of forks fall hark on when she wanted to make on gixsl done by the seii-her was replenished. Then she went out jealous, bin Kmr Adam I laid Km helne and Al- to Slieiley, didn't hate n soul." Which make us and talked to the girl, helped tier to positive- (hat live mis tlu tin llnnlay. locate her brother and sent her uwny ordinal school in Every Cake sunko Other prominent speakers" will be happy. The shopgirl peter knew that stv. Dr. W A liaufliid. president of Outre she hud been talking to her euinloyer's a five house, re College, lUutllle; lllshop Cliailex II wife. out-buildinWoodcotk and lr. Charles W, Welch, There are hostess houses ut the of Ixiulstllle; I)r Tr.ink U JlcVey, flreat L'jU's station, and It Is a won(55 president of Lexington I'nlierslty: sight to see tin crowds of wouiderful J)r. John It. I'ullersoii, eu relalltes and friends of the tailors is in nf the I'nlierslty of Loulsillle; the who throng to mem on the Wednesday llev. I. U I'owell, Uiulstllle; Dr. Iv . J 111 afternoons, 1 .OtMl to :S,UHU) is in high ilulllns, IiulSlllle; Cut her I'itr.. persons u day are cared for In the j A dollar will cafci for a soldier for one week of Tom cafeterias, and the nurseries arc full Will Hays, of Howling (Ireen ; Itabbl Josepli of sailor hubles, whose mothers ran How many SOLDIERS WILL YOU MAKE 50 Itauch, Ijiulsvllle; 0. A, Teteluiugh, leave them there safely while they urn UnltiMl War Work Campaign Dln-rlo- r on Urn grounds. HAFPY next year? 3 2 for Kentucky; Judge .Malt OTMu-rty- , In addition In llie hostess house Iulsvllle; Kdivuril J. McDermott, work In lids country Iho Y. W. C. A. Tbey your answer to the on loulsillle; Km nk Djiigberty, nf Hards- - has established the famous Hotel town; John Tjler, of I'adiicali; (leu. In I'arls as a center for tranYoung. I'. II. Callahan, Jo llennolt II. women war workers seph SelUgiruin, Hen H. Washer, airs. sient There are also many foyers or recrea11. Judali, This space donated bv Itulilil J u inti J. Illttli- tion renters III Krance where girl munian, all of Ixnilsvllle; Max II. Nulim, nitions workers, signal corps girls nnd of Howling Oreen; Theodore of others are refreshed und brightened Owensboro; Moses Kuufman, of Judge Hainuel J, Iloldrlck, mid by association with the play lenders OK LANCASTER, KY. uf the Y. W. ;. A. who bate IntroLouisthe llev. Ilkliard W. T. duced Auiericuu gyiouatduui clashes . ville. lat Erench life. OSEO AUTOMOBILES. 1018 1016 $1150.00 550.00 625.00 600.00 $400., $425., $4.50 The government has HmiI the fur Hip tare of tl.e nn'ii in tin enlrc. Americans glte Twlie n nnirh us eter before nur soldiers, sailors nml marines In l'.USi may nut enjoy I heir Ikmio recreation buildings t,i.i niltot of mink-- Mm 1( slago XtllTH i k'.issi athletic director 2..Mt libraries supplying mini rirrih-- lilx 430,000. ' Good The Oanviiie Buick Go II Tin Sports. sij: r DON'T The Superlative Degre KEEP YOUAT STUDENT ARMY nr .i. .!... .... ... PUBLIC SAL L Having bought another farm and expecting the first of the year, ND NOV. SATURDAY, .6th, Genuine.,3Mf?Il AvoidffgpVllI IvCy'1" lo AiSWEB Til: offer for sale good farm acres, more or This farm located the Fall Lick pike, seven miles from Lancaster. Close churches and and a good neighborhood: This farm has room tobacco barn and all necessary good fence, plenty of water, and about young fruit trees ready to bear. This farm mostly grass and a state of cultivation. also sell at the same time and nlace about shocks of fodder, some cows and calves, good shoats, and good work horses. TERMS made known day of sale. Sale begins at TEN O'CLOCK. We Citizens National Bank liej, J.T.MANUEL. KING, Auctioneer. CAPT. ' 0 The Central Record, Thursday, Nov 14, 1918. rROM THE CAKRARD HANK NOTICE. Novi-nilic'tli, 1'JIS Ynu nre tiiiilniilitcilly nxxnre that in nti original utieriler to - Kourtli Liberty Lohh you lionil of thnri for the portal of the War nml for two thereafter ucconlril nti exemption from urtnxc. ex cor profit nml War profit tnxc on the interest l lifter January I, IUIK on an amount of t nml I I I per rent liomlii of the Liberty I.onn previously lueil eoual to one nil one half time the amount of your original lulwrlp-ti'ito the Kourtli Loan, hut not cxcccilinit n total of $15,0011 of principal of urh prcxlous fMttex provide! xnu still hold a proportionate nnioiint of lourtli Liberty Loan lionil (nrtgin-.ill- y iiteicriln-i- l fori at the date of your tax return III other won!, uch amount of Imtiil 01 lh- I'ointh I nan must he n taineil In order to carry the exempt ton n to income from & TRUST COMPANY. United War Work Campaign Program The ciiiiipuljiii beginx on Mundiij mornlni!. Noiember II, and einW.it on Monday, Not ember H. uilin.f.hA approied b lepreo iilathi of the iiiiemiiienl at Wirnstnn lal-e- il the lnoowill be dlidid il follon Y Y THE SECOND LINE OF DEFENSE Trnm thp Mlxlxlppl vnllpy to the flamlne front In rinmlcr I not in far tmlny ii tin- - ilMnnrp from I'irl to I'.rrlln. Tin Atlnntlc iirrnn I not n Thp clrl hlii n the llher Snniinn. tu Hip munition factory In Hip niMilh' Wcit I trry cloap to lipr lirolhrr In Hip front-linIrincln'. If Iht wnrk fuller. If oni' iintnii' torpiilo llu- niri'fn' of I he lnpiclor. Hie ll,,of Atnerlenn oliller par I he pflee. It I ii neee!i ry In keep the L' rl ninkiIhe hell plilenll.v fi ami ttlttti of t'oiirnse a Hip iiihii uho fln-lite xnu. 'Ihe nlor Hinl I'Xelleuient of v.nr fire for the iikiii in klnikl. Crimlln:. Inlior far nuny from llu miaii'toiHiii (liint ilnir nml innrlliil iimle I of Iho ulrl who make mni..-tli'ii- . ll Public Sale OF M V C c A , .v.uv; iMCT, pai Null U.r 1'kIiil o iml Calliolli' (In- t'oiiiii'll KiiIkIiI of Tin fai t l of Kreat imK.rtnme to tax pnxci be ovcrhioVed iiuur. o'liiolm-- ) an.! hjH not u tr I'.niip I'liimimne Inn ih, l.iiind Ami i ve 1 IT'iTl SM ihn mock, urop ami m 15th, 10 Fi:ni:iAL reserve hank or Cleveland, it r i' n"'rl Slf.M licl Acnol of the United State,. Llhl'iir) i A.im Salwni mo impiements. On rtny ... jn MANSE. (ioorh lint the flu lr. John Tudor' family are all ill ith the llu Center spent Tuesday Mr. mcht in I'aint Lick. Qui te n number of people were at Thin plnre Suturda). Mr. and Mr William .Iiir,libnk. were in llerea Wednciwlux, Mr, .lease Duller upenl Tuesday with Mr Forest Outer Mr. Loom Andemon and family pent Sunday with In father, Mr. A T Howling left Sunday for Cleveland Ohio where he will join hi Lime, aand, brick, Kanha Hudson, Hughe, and I'artiau. Mr. Itejnold yunt Wednesday Win. nu;ht with her daughter Mr Murshliunk Mr. John t'olMin and family spent Molme Sunday with Mr and Mr wife who ha been ill Mm REPORT OF THE C0HDI1I0N Mirlii utii be ilimltil pri ine Htel ii Imtf ihIIIIoii Clrl vroineii iu-- I' ( NATIONAL BANK. MASS MEETINGS IN CITIES AND TOWNS TheClose orBusjness. HFxOl'Ut'h. I.Httl ((.t-lfttlI Nov 11918 VI ' IMl (' tM4UrrxI i wni4 ii Hir iHHUt 'M 1 'il(Mti ' iliiin ut lA rtjr tmu Hu1. iiMtit4j(H , 4iitt'f tiJlO ti rb' lnjW ariliuiit("t ff hat t I howl ti it. . KrntueMar.i everywhere Will Listen to Spfjtri Dullness Men's Clubs to Hear of War's Welfare Work. On .1 axcrur tr tan t MMi ..MO t .tr Wurk i'.iiiimIlii. TIix itl In m. ititii it r - il ty prominent wtlh fVHrr lawful .r ffM'ukrrt t h' I t;,X Tl Htlll mi frl ti tin urthllliti nf Hit' Y. I mit Ih mmil lt h M C. A . tin V. t . aiwttitli dflr ttom iHii-- l ,.f thi' .NuIIhiihI II Hn. 4'niholli U'nr 'ininrll, !! Jrnlh Wrl-faI llWV 10 fMHka X( Mfl 0 it wr .owitfif rriatiiHi kank l!"irit, ihi War (urni Ciniimunllj' ) ! i tirw hr l.ilirur Ao-ilutinN'fM'. ttit .Mnrli-.iNllh rt1flltHH KHItrwM t V,K. Tr" Tr nml tin Sjihulinn Ann, the tftr m1 iiir Mar alnff rrrirAewir tl THfllt U'ti ir;,iiilrltnnH whlth hm ptiiThl Miaallj- Oxvhl ini: ihi(rnl iiiphIm) hihI iiionil liHp t Total uut Mtlilli-omtni ami in Ihr minjn IIKADSHAW MILL. In lliin ntiintr hx ilofnc a tMHIUllM Mtltt-fitr- t lnlcl.i unrk in prut hlitip IH Mr. and Mm Arthur Sebati.m are rtUUlKk I MliflUI fur tin1 hv ithI lollllitno nf wdiim'H ill with inlliienin I'MK Miuftt. Il,"r Hinl tnl munition worker ImmIi In Mm' Mr, t.rant Sander wa at her on 4 l.ajKl amlfairxt UnlHil SiHtro umt In I'im1 M Tl x. i litf 4mMmi uir arrt.wt More Hill' WislniMulay nf .NutPiiit'fr 3 in ritoHiailnc Not. tnlttlftlliK it Inirlia tin . iMNl t(r fl abtvint 11 we 10 Ihrrc nil) ;iImi hi ti M'rl Mabje and Jewell I'rewitt IttttlVI'tHal nf IhhI. llC I1W1I iiiulor tlit- IIMMI H lUltflTfllll' .'II ;w luetfrm lient Sunday with Linda Sander. I . IfitJfl IH l,H'kf uiipl-if In t'liiuiiH'n'tuI, Uut wry Mr. Mllo I'rewitt of Snilthtield. Ky nthl KIhiiiiIi fhitf nf cifry tity nf fulal here. pent lat wee with relative iimri iiitiHliltHiifH In it iHlftTl'lMfM 1111 lit' tin slut'. Hritt)rKniii nr. rit i HTVonttiktiin.ii, Hlllri.SfI .Mr. S M. I'rewitt jpetit Tuesday I. Ii(ij.y. laohlvr tt I lit Uitr 'rtll'M rar lUt Ihr atmir prnttilnnil ninl atn rcisful afternoon with Mr. Newton Sander. IImmI t'aitk.'lotoU mNl U.)l my kut.wlrxlfr tatftiifMt U lru to wltii huti unjiirt Inl imI th'iux'ltpfl iiifit Ht (arllft llMNT. t aliti Mr. Sam lami: wa the eiot of llt thnnntixtlily hHIi (lit work nf llu fTrit to wlir we I In ' ;tli uiriinlKutlntiH h Mr. and Mr. J. M Unit; Thursday Xhrrllnl mtt'i ninl xtlio tipprti la o( Nov t hini, Nutary labile. Inipfrntht iiirvtttj fur rntitiimins nicht. . M)T (i VKV 'tMIU..i. Mini llu rcxini; lite Hiilltii t Mr. I) I'. Hume and Mr. Floyd Kay (;iart . Mailt nf lh tniMi tliu will inlilrrt" v UIV I. . 11 Have returned from a week May in mi .!, kit An IHrrclon. lli iiict'llnirs nri futliiTt or rim rrU-lhiS V, XTflMMr , Illinois. 11 nf buy who an unit wlm tiatn Ira r mi I tllricJ pent Mr. Will latne and famil tlinni:h htiir. frmn the ! hi th REPORT OF THE CONDITION Sunda) with Mr. A J. Corncliou and The goxernttlPllt rellllnilell Ihe V. flnnt. nf tin iihI iiIuMh liHp all tin' A Ihat as an orgauirallon It ntxxnr family itrjr.itiljitloiu In rtnrliTliiL t It (' M'ten Innl IihiI an liileri"-- t In ihe right hou MuIitleiN rj jy with hi Mr. John Sander wa Ing of glrlv III Hip right feeillng nf Bank! Irother, N'ewt Sander and family. girl, ami In Hit- - right ililnitlun uf Tuesday girls, anil Hint the intelligent rare of PARADES IN STATE these girls III Ihe lllliultlori fnetorle Mr and Mr. S. M. I'rewitt wire xx is one of the ofiillnl III the xxln k OK MM xiTl-IT lllf iet of Mr and Mr. I. I. I'rewitt n'ng of the xxar. The gnxernment Sunday Close of Business, Nov 1, 1918 FEATURE CAMPAIGN eniihl house ami feeil them. It cnnhl pit up reireiillou liiiililluc. hut xxhen ,Jr and Mr Johnnie I'rather were KKMiritrKi. IhN xxa ilolie It xxa ll helpless It the im .sitor of Mr. and Mr. S. M. Ilar-i- i Utaio ati'1 ! mini Mi m girl. The piv United War Work Drive In Kentucky father of n inotherlc (l(lrali. ri U'tl n, recently i HMiurvt ll.jit ;i ? a 71 Be Splendidly Advertised en Will eminent I a eomposlie man. He illiln't 11 h ltfMtl4tttt4l iti rrHiv fir ! knoxv xx lint ii girl shoulil ilo xxhrn the M.th Saturday, November 9, 4),uu in Mine Thelma Wheeler and Mattie fHlallwH ar tajittfi Mft'lr fm sir n'eloek faiiory xxhlHe IiIpxx. lie Holton spent Thursday nmht with 1'af Mrnti arinallr t Htmrt t.lWil iar only knoxv she uepiliil looking nfter ofltwfHtn lAhfHf Imii Jewell I'rewitt. Ml I'liniili- In Ki'iillu L.v will ln'Siil uwiimi m.hi i ii.iiw Klixk ut t'xMwal ltxrvt Htttth U urila Niiii'iiiIht li, ulii'ii lUt nr innr anil he eulleil In the one xxoinnn' or .Mr. and Mm. Carl Maker pent Satliail xfhH'tlilU .Mill' ninl iiiun Iti tin luli' Hill Imlil gnnlztitlon that for half u l entury ". al htnia i" urday niehl and Sunday with Mr. and Mm ful ( ft Vaukiiw wlib Wtlvfal n sillily of thp neeiN of girl. awrtr lulrliitli lurnili1 In konur nf tin' I'ni- - liinile aguely. he hml an lilen that site Mr, (inint Sander. JS.7. i iiil War Wnrk i'nniiulcii whiih niurl Urvr I Milk I'akj Ml taull anH nl am wwmf neourageil to play Hint shinihl I In I mm iiftttauat ltlik M Linda and Nancy Sander t. i7 .NiiwtiiluT 11 nml iiniilnu tlirntiKh tho ueerteil xxlioU-siiinreereiitlon, uml lifxvkaintuifci't' Uanka Iblllv mr I lu lMh pent Sunday nlRlit mid Monday with nltr ur lonu a rirtaFtlliK batik oiiie one, xxlse mnl sytnpalhetlc n ll I a! bur than Ham til I'.lHlior.iit- - iliin urt- - lii'lnt: iiiiiiIk In ?i Miiwe Mahle and Sadie I'rewitt. TtM a ir lluii ll. hS, 11. i; Vnreful uiotliiT. In guhlp lier soelnl iiiino nf Hn' tiiivii to put tin' prtni'li' '1.1 f W.IU m Mr. Hunter Kay and family, Mr. Kilvfiitlnii (tnl with V. M, Tr mi in a iiiiiIimit IihIIIIIiiu Ihi' iniHir-lulInn, r h. it'Htvt' The Itlue Trlnugle sent II play lady iirer and ' nf tin- - m'm-i- i iirKuiiizatloiix, llu-Floyd Kay and family and Mr. Lucy Tot I. N.W' to snlute anil gu to xxork. Worker are M f. A, ttif V. W. (i A, tin- June were vixitnr of Mr. and Mr. nskpil for In recreation liuihllng of 11 UIIMT1M. I'lillmlU' Wnr I'ntinrll, III James Hume. fislernl Industrial reserva Capllal ttinjk al1 In uumiai Wilfiiri' lln.inl, llu- - War Cuiiiji all Ihe H(irllIUtll .tl IMMV which Hons or iniinltloii enntonim-ii- t Mrs. Ilurtou Sander and mother, t'lfltklxlv) Itroltta. I'lUniiiiiiilly Siriie, Ihi- - Ann'riiaii la a w haxe lieen npenpi) thl iinimer In sex-- ' In Koh-rt- a l,riirrt-u- t wikxfiiava. Ai-iuliou anil Ihi- - Saltation Mr. UolierU went oxer to Mr. 11 l& Ifrvtlati.lta.r liM1 ml of Ihe stales. These reservation Ilia ! 7 A . anil llu- - emit Hriruri unrk I h fi 1uui111t for ist-home to see about the home and :t,i ( sprung up out uf the very llchlx lit n rtri'itlalMiK Sol en niiltaiiNC t,un ktiinil fur. tock, Weilueday. ,Si I ami lui tti Lanka ami Uankft fpxx- - xxeck. They nrovfiapliijlng thou- illy nml low n In the- - muh aiid inui rumaulva Mihrr tliaw Many of thpse 10; ..I Mill In hn'lii'lxM lull or ill Mr. Clarkie Kohert wa with her luialol llfma.FiaiflM villh the ioitir anil nimls of worker. 11 women have como from fur distant daughter, Mr. K. A. Ilroaddii and Ilt1lWili)ahlr iMalt uljHl il7 i liuniuT nf null nf iIih The Boxernmpiit prnxlileil tupiirck :j h;ai m) u ml iniinlli-ii- haDiii-rH- , improving (Vrllfifxl family who urr rapidly ami homes. .1 rhiH'ha dorinllorle In nml mes harrack. ilai: xx III hi- - rarrlfil hy tin- - imruili-rs- . Ti'ial ilciiiant 'teiHixxIia, luittrr from the attack of influenza, plnces It I putllng up recrx'atlon than . bnik n?mll) iliirft tu In inan (it tin' lumm I'liill nn un-li- Koine Ih'iua Jl. Vu .K 47. Imlhlliig. Where Mich n lmlhlliiK I I Li" Kust wax in llichmond Mrs. . fWTtofrt 7i tny In hati- - I In- - Unlti-i- l Wnr Wnrk not pnixlileil hy tho (overiiinent, tho Y, Jm,i, loatxl II Tueiday to ee her daughter, Mr. and Orlllicatt- - ut ileill mIm r l i.'uiiii'jilsn imraili- at nlclil ami XV, i 7.i"a than for limiie) hrntx4n1 A. will furnlsli It, using one nl who Total of ilm tl.M(l. Mil Mr. Tom Kniiuoii and family miiiiii hrltlliinl prnicrum hai renily sttinillng when nvnllahle, nml - lu til Krmrrtf, Itrma 41, JrtII I i iiiiiplii'il mil In link imr.nl" u i r Imlhlliig w hen Hint I necessary. All are ill with Spanish inlluenta. 4 I, IT.litMat !' lci.-luiilar rxt'iit War atliiitai'rrtlflratf anl IIicko liiilli!lngi, xxhellier Kmernment M Spread plenty of lime around your thrift limi i1xtitit frl UutiiNhiirn ami 1IoiIkiiuIIIi un- - un-lu- or nsKorlntliiiiiixxnctl, i will opera I e lin l?.t,afJ Lime pre-vepreiniln and 1TL i:iraOi priivnun mi an lulu Ilii-l- r of dileaie. We have lime in bar- HfaTklir KkNII'I KY.COI'NTI r (U RRa Hl, aa t I'lalmriile hhIi- - anil tin- - rllirriiH nf all ilrr the signhlg Hie llltiu Triangle. They 111 xx living rnoms, nssemhly haxe I. K.l'hamt,rahlvr if nml rel,. Ilud.on, lluhet ind Farnau. .taiik.tloanlviiinly awrar that Him litti naiunl will iinllu room for entertnlnmeiit, ti dull ronni, alnt alatf t (.f my kiioivlrilif nml III i jrryliiL- mil the aplrit nf tin- - Jntnt and wife of infill la iru ti tU W. nml gymnasiums. The Itlue Triangle. i'carson ' Lieut. T l'hanii, 4Vlii l,vlk(. ilrln-- . xx III furnish it program nf serxlee xvork, HtiltrrllM.1 aiil worn in r(in in j tliltli. Leavenworth, Kunnii, Mr. Ju. Kort 'l lu- - Unilllli par.nlu will ln put on eilucntlonnl classes, game nml ila uf Nov IV U KV l n Notary rnhllc. 'cnrou and daughter, Miss Nancy, My at nlklH ami tliuiiuiiil, nf piirtldp.intii Inlninenl. Mllllnry nml signal enlcr corp (itiiiiiiltoii Ki(lrra JaiHiary ll, HJt guest of Mr. and of Hirhnionil, were will inarili, Tim culurt-i- l ppnpln aru ilrlll xx 111 lie In ch.'ir';e nf snhller. Coamn Attnl und nilliiiiiliiHiliully vinrklnc i'iirni-llMr. Newton Sander of this place M K Hi uns lilrfctnri, In Wukhlnglmi. the ineiuher nf Ihe put Ihn Unlteil Wur Wnrk Cam-luliiIn Friday. ItiiKlurKs Wumen' council, a Illne Trl nviT uml thpy nlll hmi- - a lurcn nilglo league of tho Y, C. A., mild.' . reprtwutatlllun III llu- - puraili-Vt ri K. rri4ritl tJSit In iiilillllnn tu tin- - m'Xpii nri;iiiilj-Ho- n up of girl government euiploxec. ilrlll frrUArml tlU.;, IUHHlS tlca II, LIMhH, Srtry ini'iitliiuttl IIiiti' will In' n'Cllmn twice n xveek under an army olhcer. uf VU'tury Ituy uml Vldury (Slrl, uml nml betxxecn live anil sir o'clock nu ilays long line. nf motureiir nr iinn nf I he dnilriitx, vilui aii' uinniis three IIik iiuii-- t i'iiIIiiikIukIIi- - worLfm In the parked to wateli the ilrlll. Wherever iwsslblo Ihe reereiitlon unllpil ilrlip. equlproent Includes a Held snniexxhere Wlilln I hi' liillui'iir.i I'plilt'UiU- - ha for ontdoor ioiH. Kpncral Miiui'v.luit Willi Ihn Wnr club nro n part of the plan and parailo program In Ihi' Matp, lnuinur.'i many have liit'ii pirvt'nliHl from nieinberahlp In thrie Involves a pledge OF LEAR NINO A HCOULAWLY INCOirCRATKD INSTITUTION rn I print Into I lip iirpllinlimry urruncti-nipntK- , to serve tu (he bent nf Ihu girl' abilLOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY 321 GUTIIFUK STREET, North of!o.toncc ity In the rank of the Woman's IndusI he fact that iruttUi may gain-r- r oul'iif-ilnnni- , make it puxvlble fur trial Army (he "kecoml line of Trains younar men and women for Business or Civil Service and a promise of loyalty by every community to put on luiokt positions. All who dctire to ciualify for either or both line of more ur lea tlahomle prujram. pnnnotlng In every potxlble way lb J employment should write for full information at once. rpmt ot nrrrlfc. ,lt. llHkt tnrnttifr.wi Rimrc mut iMt'lU'ltlltl ! k,Mk-nil ft ( j I'.Mfvd vt tmrt Haul 4 r Ht u( MibcrltMn t ktMlM V.m til alttr l ksrrr )' tf I ni.i-- iMt"i .x4ltil I tti. . .titrtiitf r s, tltr-- uifiMiiu In fin h if llu tint I timun In KiiiuhW nf tli.' Iiiicrrn in iht will UrtT 111 l'iiitir rrrv u im ttl lrrl rrt Ila luixiytixileliiil lulu Ihe serxlee of Ihe t'nlleil SIhIp piermuiut. In tnke thp plaei- - of Ihe men Who lime lieeti enllnl lii the eolor. Willi ever) ilraft of exer litim'-lionml xx It lit'- eniitoliuielil the mmilier W 'ttui- - eirli xxork lonj: hour nml llu unrk l liaril nnl iiionoionou'- they work ni hiph lurx- rtirilien On the "Mil or their finoti ti n.on ger ami ilie ni'curnry of ilnlr e.xe the llxe of IIUHI.X ohlli r. IIip v innliiL- - or IikIiii: of inaiiy lialllei. "I etlll'l leep lit lllllhl lieralli- Till on mine-llilin- ; iifnihl I may haxp pn-e- l Ml Hint xxii not iptlti' Imp." one joiiui: girl not jet In her tximtie. xx hn Inpeetei humlreil of toriieilo ilay. rule tomeltilug inn make thi-- i girl forget tit night, nml flml "nine reM. her ' IiiiihI xx III l.i-- e ll eunuliig. "Night ami Suml,i)." nM nnnlln r, "1 xxnlk ami xxnlk. ami I nexer go Hip Milne rouie txxlee until I have xxom out nil Ihe other, ami )et I in n't for get Hun perhap some time, xoiuehoxx-- . ilurlug ihe ilny omethins may haxe gone Ihroiigh Ihat xxa not iiuitp right "I xxa .liixt on IIip iilgi- - of going lank tioiiip." "alii auolher. T rnulihrt xlauil il. Then the rerrealiou lemN r rikkiil me If I plnjoi! Iaket hall, nml I tolil her I xxa Iihi oh!. I'm She lnMeil ihat 1 Jift try throxxlng Hie hall, nml mixx I'm inptaln of Ihe hnkp hall team. I play tenuis ami ran 'n-- t up' ami ami they're going In make me fnrexxotnnii of llu- room. Thnt xxouhl hnxe. frlght-rneme In ilealli onee. Itut exery thing I illlferent noxv, that xxe haxe our Wnr Serxke eluh." The xxar ileparlment Innl een the of oerupatlnn for oulHif.v.itrk hour If the eniplnee xxere to xxork tit their greate.t etlli'lenry, anil tlirougli the onlnance ileimrtinent akpi Hie Vmiiiz Women' ('hrStlau Association leailer-'- , to Mm' up the for reeri-alloplea-lirgirl ami illreet their frei-ll- Friday. I Ikmhi I R A NkO R S H IN E . Un account of rain and Influenza, 'my sale advertised for last week was postponed and nothing sold. Will sell 25 Saddle and Harness bred (iolddust Horses, Mules, Jacks and Jennets, G worlc mules, 4 colts, one extra good Jennets, one with fine jack colt, a old Jack, two choicely bred herd of Registered Jersey cows and heifers, abun dant and rich milkers, 2 bulls, 120 cattle, 40 heavy 1,025-pounquality extra, 50 good yearlings, about feeders, 30 55 acres of corn to be sold, hay, mixed, baled and loose, quality good, Alfalfa, loose in barn and in stack. Machinery and farm ing implements in abundance and in good condition, all kinds necessary on a large farm, harness and general equipment, a fine carriage, double harness and pole, 2 buggies, Frazier cart and show wagon, spring xvagon and sleigh, all good. Dinner furnished. TERMS given on day of sale. d 825-poun- , Stanford, Ky, DINWIDDIE AND OWENS, Auctioneers. ' In This Billion Dollar Vault Are Handled All Liberty Bonds Sold In This District Citizens National li) ira ir itiril i:ir e got lued lo mmithlnK iMiiku and hence distributed In ymi. nf xxir lo.tn und war ex- who bought ihem. In the trunk and. pense. on Ihe table In the picture there ar Hut when xnu actually stand In about $;i.0nn,0io xxortb of bonds. Sonip of th" bnrden of dtstnbutiob Utile room about 12 feet wide and 20 feet deep unit are told Ihat it cornial xxa Hfml from the nhoulden of Ui I) contain a round billion of dollar men In Hie photo in the fourth Lxn.i Thp bond were hlppetl to the banxii In ITprle Sam' boM currency and rxirillei.. the old thrill la bound In lake in the Cincinnati and Plttchorph w hold of )ou. from the branch hanks In. Ahoxe I depicted the "billion dol Ihxe cille. In Ihe previous lonti Ml. lar xault" In Hie basement nf Ihe Fed xxere Miipped direct from Cleveland. eral lteerve llxok of Cleveland Vour In Ihi tuxnw' vault ue handled ail Libert) Ikind. ynu who live In the Ihe eertlflcale nf Indebtedne whlcb Fourlb Kederal Reverne district, haxrp are bought b.x banks in the inlerlui Won In that vault. And thee men betwen liberty llond Ivues and handled them before Ihe) went to you. which are turned In In payment for The three men shown are W A. bond when the purchase It made, Rleeb. .auditor of the Liberty Uian DeIn the Third Ixun theae men han-- . partment of Ihe bank. It. Il Clouer, dh-il- , cheeked and xhlppeil twn and a custodian of avcurltle, and t 11 flrlf half million piece aVd in Ihe Fourth Ath, lsUnt Auditor nf 'he Liberty laian they hxndled, chepi ed and I Ixxan Pepaitmt'nt. They are checklnj' hippd four mlllmix. did tho tolftl bund of the hVinrth um of money MKNTION of huge the thrill it ome oxer about to be rhipped Loan Uwblih give a are out Ihe i Tax Day Is' Profit Day If You Have Held Your Bonds The roan who hang on to hi lion to the man who retain hi b get Liberty loan bunl Kiairth laxin bond at that dale, more pniltt from thoe h owns of applying to much more than thore particular baud. The inroroe from earlier 'Nil itnea not mean moral or pa- ' January 1, 1U, on bn-- four and triotic profit, It mean good dol- ' four and onejuarter liondx of prexloul Isimmw 1 exempt lar and cent. When tlx i return day come from Income surtax, eicxH proOU around he will appreciate Just how , and war proAU lax for the period much tbl amount to, and there nf ihe war and for two year therewill be Ihat much Joy accordingly after, ir he Un holds his bonds of If be on a luually diurnal date. the Ktmrth liberty laoao. For there la rajoable tai eiemp- - doe, n't, away goee Out eieiuptlon. Pout-l- iue. ir Commercial School I The Central Record. Thursday, Nov 14 1918. ' It h a comfort to look tOrion and1 'Sirfu's 'Infliefef clear nuTumn nights and to think that our bojs "oier there" lire watched by the same U kindly -- htrs. Ity the wn', we were supposed to ubstniu from parties of nil kinds until . 'ur the v.ar was over and the troops nu liuine. Then why not from , THE BLUE TRIANGLE . AT RUSSIA'S FRONT "The Itlue Triangle cliibroonis In I'drc-rawere In half shadow. A few sciittcr.il. rmidlfs flung glfnms as lierlient mid as ngiie 11s Itussln' waning, .ml ah looked th... lo ill. 1, sittieinw, siamiing were in ujs it Tli IhiIi siild we lindn't oiikUI rll m.id st in'ople llltr ou, ' she said. Mlii- - sslil you Just didn't hme Hi' llillld. er tsll Imiln't ifot tli' lsloll. -- .1 I' k.. M Ml. ..II V. illtil tli iinlv iMrson ttmt' rn,erl .1 k t' llrtlth o' food. I Ur Offf. (g! jjpHrttfSSCtolfflCirSrWj'rrWlHfm'OITil 'f IU f ;ii:r1 rnrtica' -- 5x IH maris heart jj is reached, 1liioiili his g H s !Pf f stomach, docs it". fbi- si Tltis Stcui P.itv. A. convenient g g g 3 Uring uur stock to thv Hig Live .ock Sale .f tbv Ky. l.lvc Jitotk fr'aks Co., at Lancaster, Ky.. Monday .N All ptra unkr cover. . Clm i.un it thine. . that she j rubablv rflec be far better (K if i'cW e.irs recww.lc hr-!.- ' to nnj die Mild Duchess : h. r Arch Da! ..id s.ii i i.jthing rbtMt it. Austria . hi id i 1 of burning Jcucrai usc lessens danger SPECLL utensil pu,!ip!;fn''certninly l.m .1 dual It ran r.;:ike the most' alarming llallowVen spooks, anil then equal reudinen adapt itself to. I with mil domestic bcccminr: the pumpkin p!e. Me , e.v onality. il food Dr fAis weak SQt.'Lifcluui!" AJutu.in.iun. Co vte red. liauccRui. j The aviator at Dallas, Texas, who sit the world's record by accomplishing l'J'J consecutive loops, must have imagined nt his finish that he had been suddenly whirled back to non-- . ' rohibiticn day.--. J j I ' . 1 CONN BROS ! The man or womnnt tne boy or Cotton is climbing so high that we iKirl, who re.tds and appreciates ood anticipate it will fall. ' j books is Messed beyond the average. The W. C. T. U. meets this week J Of the thinjrs of this life that make ,t half past two nt the' Club Koom. 'for unalloyed happiness, first on the j list is the love of a good book. it couM hardly be expected that kaiser be nn advocate of iibilica-..on- . tr.e Before nn election each party busy explaining "vhy it .nust inevi'tably carry the election. Afttr the An Austrian Armistice is an ex. election one party is busy explaining cellcnt thins for what is left of the why it did not carry the election. Austrian Army. The other party is simply busy. Three liver) thing is comparative. Why not adopt a French orphan? jiaunds of sugar per person per It will only cost you ten cents a day, month seems like luxury now. and the orphan will be cared for in If is impossible to do any forecast- France. So you will not have to ing, events are moving so rapidly. wash its little face nor wipe its little So are the United States armies. nose. ISes'ules, you wilt be doing a service to humanity. chickadees and Crysanthemums are with us .the last blossoms of the The old rule, "Who Ureaks, Pays", bruvojJiUlu" winter is founded upon eternal justice. No season and the ' birds. terms of peace should be considered that do not require Germany to pay In other words if "Cotton is King", to the uttermost farthing for the it should be kept in .mind that in .wnnton destruction and devastation these dajs it seems customary for of the regions she occupied in France inor.archs to abdicate. and Belgium. MlllKiiSiliBQ '"ai .sr has trained the Germany to be sp!. mlid cthletes. They will be particularly good in running?' The world may bo growing safe for democracy At all events it is r.ighty nue for autocracies. 'V Ycu have had the pleasure of ?ub- The kaiser is reported to have for Fourth Liberty bonds chased an estate in Norway. He and right along now you are having might have done better to secure an the fun of paying for them. .island somewhere in the far seas, where he could remain "monarch of "Made In fiermany ; W ar, Ituin. a he iurveyed". Norway is No. ably not greatiy piea,cd at his Cruelty, Bestiality. you, after this we want nothing , econ But what country in the more wjth the "Made in Germany' (face of tll6 earth would welCome him ' lal"1- as a.n Inhabitant? , If you have an cxtrui horse, cow. mule, hog or sheep and wish to sell bring it to our Sale, Monday, Nov. 25. The small buyer or small drover extended the same courteous treatment as the large one. Ky. Live' Stock Sales Co. We are putting in City wuter in our pens, adjusting our scales as to accuracy, and will give you free water an free scaleage. Mr. Farmer, Mr. Buyer, Mr. Stock Man, make our offce your headquarters on Court Day. Ky. Live Stock Sales Co. The lyras 1 ieal Service 2 In ! Eyes Tested. Years 18 Years Experience. All the latest STYLES 111 Central Ky SPECTACLES AND EYEGLASSES. V J. J. BYRNE Exclusive Optometrist. AT KENGAKl.AN HOTEL Lancaster, Nov 2:5th to 30th I KMl'I.OY NO AGKXTS. aafjta'-cJs-t'4M- a Skills rke xiuie M'pl im't think The 0.?iui.'ial lint imihin' In the world but I wouldn't m.iUi n CihJ o' iii sfTiinb k r n me. All Imililn y inulit W.. s ruo circulal hi f tin- - a r is l.ikm pkici-tliroitK'Iteed Is eimimli : nn' in) stoiitii k ain't "i f iMitiru ljn 'at'. Th" w.u n air .iai'.s to "here I llm let me Ml y' l'i. am a the cfitinxs oiiit tluiuiKii 'ww. 'r.imu . tairways Iieiirt and iui)vii) a plmv fet a lir.iln. -tv.T.eU o III" ui.1. inust cimtits aril i.iS.-ai"I do think o' oilier people alon? on each .u.. Iaui t.r.i.- - the v Ttit of oti'iy wl,n ""rn' .tout room it roplacus colli air which air i'dUt.are Jiisi like us and our inutile. ilown to th Caloric Uilie heatfti ami mntlt puru. tVni'l )nu reckon that th' people oier l This is so tmptc that it sounds like mens theory, but Hiiti" Just like we do ahout Jlmf . w Inn kind o' mini r' "I don't ku nO.OUO Caloric-heate- ii liunies were kept warm ALL ' are. 'li nk tylc furnaces and ain't no nun at .ill, OVKIl la.H winter, when old some sort o' Ion anlnul Vmi'd stoves caused parlors and spare rooms to he shut off, "Son 11 Is wonderful tonlKht." one iihi lehl ofer 'the fixMl In a life Ihi. iI to nuntlier as sin" Blrl to keep the rest of the house warm. We KNOW i'll'il llh wotuell Jlnl iliildreli lii'O.rs stirred ci'ntly Into her lea the one It has been used by thnt the (. .il- - ric makes jrooi. irelu Into th llghtlu'. You rin't . Pimp of siiEiir doleil out iiirernlly for enthusiast..- o tiers for ye.. ., heatini; liomM t!u lmi s,., . is hen .Miur hnillter t In t A. secn-liir- le Ihe .irty. Hl! V. imit, and sa , ik' many tloMi.rs on fuel bil'i. , I wouldn't v put It I'H'I ' I' JimI had been snviiiK lh'" sugar fbr II! ..inlj fmei rhlld." months piittlmt aside at each meal me Of the twn lumps semsl with the I'eler had hail Ills pie lie isent out wtTee In the restnurant, thai there on Hie mih h. hut 110 sku of retraction might be a bit of sweet for this tlrl or iit.xhlieallon reurliet him, not eren part. There was no bread. ie ilearlllj of the dishes Hint "Sonjn Is not drinking her tea," ili.jHnal of the Isle easualtles. her ialc little admirer went on, "yet He felt pretty sled, and of ciiurse It she fainted this mornlni; at the.fae-lor- y eas il,e pie hut as It whs, and Isle, mid the forewoiaaii said she was .ind him il,i.tlred! Ihoiith half a pie iif hungry." never seemed ter iiiinh la jraie "We're nil hungry,'" was the limes, silll this was war; I'eter rent-Ire- d eply "It wasn't that." It; war outside and In. Sometlring stoipeil the laughter niiif The Imiiie was iljrk and still, and talk suddenly but the hush Unit fell he !wd au iiiiensy feeling of a slle'it A" In the dimly lit room was ns joyous as iiirure In the farlher riNiiii. silting. the gaiety. One of llussln's greatest nulirlnr singers Miaul by the piano and lifted ,,, ntir furiously eu.iugh, the u(i iier gionous voice nii.si nun ine t:,ls!f Judjllig, In hliusetf. lean, uuu nearioreuK uiui inupie m Ihiculii' ll nil' rouklnt .,,.1.1. waee eall tliltlls. understand that what w.. n, tnii ... .1111. faring - it.. ... ;t.i . .... Thev went nwav early when the . w 11. hi.- iraq music was dime these sad ejeil. half. L; ,,M, uulay ,umv, to cii, yt L starve.! little gue-t- s of the lllue Trl- - hlinM-lf- . Ns,ieH hi. uud he l.s.l 1 rngl for dainter lurks In tlieiljrk 1 , iPiin- - hot he f.nt Use a rilo r.r. "v of retrograd streets, robberies and murders sharp little of .liiu gnini: Ami be had mid be ihd a nation's rhiins and 11 world nt war. e lllllill s .he miIiIiit' 11,0 i:1, JJH Sonya lingered after the other" idled thai iliey .mght 10 leok out fur iR.' were gone. She was standing cluhelnvelti Where iUld ll" Iw If by the secretarj .hostess" chair when '' ,1m, mill ; n thor olli.-- r ,ila tt good-nigh- t to she turned from sajlng ad dune IH.klng f,ir feier the last one of the other girl1- - The I'erkln.. a. he Lasted. ( ,,w,9 7,1 laughter had died out of the slrl'a '.'kill, the ll in Jf Come 11 .iid let us show yon what the Calorie Sailllie ejes mill the gaiety from her voice. t, I fvllt I'mild.. wlMt I.e. "Will you give tne a note to the niisl I'kr him iinr Furnace is dtiiiK in thousands of otlfer homes. We factory superintendent," she asked, whkteee ilieir n.iintrt will study your heating problem and adKse you lsiklnc oul ?ii "telling him I'm attending class.", fur IVier IVrkuis ss a Hun iuoim ' ) whether or not you can profitably use a Caloric. here at night?" She sjioke rn French, I' ( '. IIHITT.I, ' .". Come in and talk to us p bout this remarkable method Q, for she knew no F.ngllsh, and the sec- if he Has like llul' of heat inv'. He cnipeil hi wajr hi st lat t retary, no Itusslau. , "Tes, If It will help you." The Mi-- . ' where his . ,f,. sllll j.t. riM. by the retary was glad to give her such n ih lilren'n b,slde. and It was verr u iii'ii'i I lie a ihlki hlluself that It tSl note but she was curious. "Tell Hiss hy." dons twslde ha, n ri. "It he knows the girls are going to if Dial lotlng kindness and uailer. night classes he won't put us on the ' ' " ... 1 ij aiHi 11.1' night shift. He will let us work days be so on. iiu so we can come. Yesterday I asked katfj "Oil. Nan," lie galpesl. rdf"tlie ulght shift. Today I, have rMM. and U' aaoaa wt r l f changed lay lulud." t' kark Was. IjK'i ( tootafh Suuya yW aaa) aajtaJaur Hr Ua wondered. The secretary UU wt'ra laMMa r4 ' had not been In any of the classes. Had the bright little party given her f MeutiiiK a publicist, I batle him say, an Interest In the work of the associaW,hat is one's highest duty this Krim day? Dally Thought tion? Had the friendliness of the In general, pride U at the bottom Of "Ones highest duty" he replied, "is this! American secretaries reached her? all great mistakes. BoaUn. Wan It the music that had gUcQ ber To tell others what their duty is." an Impetus to study toward something Oatimlstle Thought If you do not know your duty, you will be informed this week. beyond 11 factory? There Is the grealest safely In th "What Is It that Interests you?" the secretary asked her. "You are not tn things that are the most honorable. page lf. any of the classes now, are yout What TKRMS of Sale: Onr-hui- r of the A Psrsdos. Is It you want to take up!" "Strange as It my seem," lauucheil purchase money to he due in tit 'This morning I looked out the fs- -, tory nlndow," and Konya'a toIcc re- - out the man of observations, "wher one-hadue In "The World War". "Tho Hie of months and the other minded the secretary of the call of a the Joung lady "of the house declares in- Democracy in Kuroie", "The Ameri- twelve months bearing 6 per cent night bird before a storm. "Down In Hut a certain jming man Is after hei I ... canization of the World" are going terest from , date of sale. The Dur I. . the courtyard was a crowd nnd three ""n heart, and lather says he Is after Ids. loo. there Is no .hnnce whaleve to be the popular books of the eomjng'1""'" ""' w men were killed. Killed by the bonds for the purchase price with title I for an argument'" the bolshevik police, ,vvir purity payable to the un- i . stood there and watched. They said I'.yrne'. Sci.ntif.clly Filted One was my they were anarchists. will make the reading of these i ,, , , , U. Alaskan Coast Forests. win anneeu 01 r.uwam nayior. brother. Another was my sweetheart. The forests of southern atii a delight nnd a Joy. I I A. I). FOItl). Admr. I fame here' tonight to forget. Hut J. J. IJVUNF.. southeastern of Kdwart! innnnt forget. Always I will remem-her- . the luilioiial Alaska lire Included Ir KmIuhivc Optometrist, at Kengarkui with the Will annexed forests of Tonkas aui i want nothing now but to nr-rChUMih, Willi h comprise mer '.UV Hotel, Iiucaati r, Nov. L'Jlh to HOth. Naylor. on their work, and tn do that I must Mm II. Clay KaulTman, Atty for Admr. 11 large proHirlliiii of whlcl Last trip uf this yaar. study and learn 1 must learn Kugllsh Is acre", iiimt.iI ulth trees, (if these Sllku snit many other things. I want to go spruce crag111 In all the classes. If the foreman at western athemliMk alsiut 7."per lent inn about cent. the factor) knows I do that, he Villi help. lie will let me work da)." The following letter has been reIn the dark, the hunger, the cold, Had an Alibi. .Mary I'lrkford, film star, has an In ceived from State Kupiirintendcnl. A party of tourists were discussing come uf ICD0.0UU yearly anil the terror of I'etrogrud, the lilue Informn. V. O, Gilbert; Triangle Is sending out Its shining In- the Darwinian I henry, and one of them, to Miss I'ickford's income was "AN APPEAL TO THE SCHOOL, itiation to the bewildered women nnd turning to the guide, said: "And ubal. tion as through the tiling of her OFFICIALS. TEACHERS. AND .lining girls of Itussln. It Is offerim; my friend, dn ynu think of he mat revealed n little oasis In the midst of the tcrV "Well, sir." said the guide. contract with the I'ickford Film Cor PUPILS OF KENTUCKY. oi i W) hjVe ,iai) , reu8ol, of tIlt. Wr i linos where they may come nnd rest "you gentlemen may nave wine from poranon ma sun lor tin per and relax, play games, listen to npes. It'a not for ine to contradict the income for two )eurs by Mrs. ..,.. u.. .nf.i.i,. music, study Ihigllsh, French, stenog- ynu. Hut aa for me. I can aay that jCora Carringto.i Wilkeuing, , ,' raphy, bookkeeping, or music, and as my folks iiiiiii. from Wules.' she brought tho contracting ; claim, cfl wtln.mt.nt frum our work for oue tired girl expressed It, forget for parties togethet. According to the' N,lIch WB r, htfully to re.,ve the moment that they aru in I'elrie Murnberg Oirthplace of Thimble. .l.gure. in the conttact, Miss I'lck-- I .,ur v vutMttiy desire grud. Most of Hie girls who gather Ah far as vie can lie certain of any- .fords weekly income i 1... 277.1.9. thlt Mery hcl,00 0iriclul. teacher Hint at tins klgu of the lllue Triangle are thing, the Ihlinble Is In bo traced lo Mm earns M.GUDI a iluy. Mh.fil ., , IKt. bookkeeper unit stenographers, but inc-Ui- n .... and Il'.'ent'ilM Ill'llsillts id I, scattered among them am factor) Niirnberg. who were the iickiinwlcdgis! un miur ur v.s u niiiiuie. 'bend every energy of mind and body girls, douiesllcs, uud girls tho never inaiiiifuctureni of t In the fourd-eiitl- i tu helping the people of Kentucky, have worked. cintury. It whs nut, hnuever. until nnd especially tho Victory Hoy, and "Ill l'ctiograd and elsewhere In 1.V1I, t lit.it the llilmhleinaliers lu'itiuie An the Administrator with the will Victory tilrls Division of the United Itussln," xuys Miss Clarissa Spencer, wluit Is calleil a eorisirjle Isnly, til- Filvwii-N'avlor deceased. War Wink Piiimuili't. lo their woild secretary of tho V. W, C, A. lllllllgll for n whole century prevloii-l- ) sntii.M.il . uf ,..., I ., ,.n.... ,i,.ii,.!,. ,t,i who started tho work lit Itusslu, "girls Iliaa Vlitnlmrs titi.n ' . l.lil iiiirlmi, fli We ljae almost brought this great formerly emplo).sl In government of- - .iiliiilil.i with them for site ,m ihei. i"1"1 vvi" ,c" "l Pul''"' auctloint the ticca come to us who have struck' vcai.j expedition to the gK'ui lulr fritnl llr.lise ilonr in I ji.li'U.ter. dar- - wulld cuntilft tn ti successful ennrlu. . Tlu-y'rmil 'uf against tin. l.oW.eilit-,, ,,U,IH. rnril'Couiity. Kentucky, on Nov, Vith.j sioti, Ua us throw into these cU. ' of Jobs. They're hungry. Ono girl lOlb", lit or nb' ut U o'clock, A. M, Ing efforts all our energies und purtold me she couldn't take gyiiiuatluui ine following desirlbtd real estate, jmavs of soul that we may to the end Earthquakes In Italy. work. It gave her such an nptlte. living a t of und in G.irr.irdi acquit ourselves like men. In Hut they refuse to return to work for I. titnlUtlca gathered ..... Italy throw ....., . tii.i ....... ,.. .... nn.l w,,,ui,,,, ....utl.... ', (wuiiij, l...tlL.i. m,,u .nnlnlnih!. Ill Ilvipcctfully, V. 0. (lilbcrt, iiii.n pi,mr ,im. ui.i,.,i . I lie iioisiievists, : State Kupt., I'ubllc Inst. in euriiiiiuiis.-iucics anil uoutiucij on ine ,iuna oy Miss Helen Ogdeu, one at tho Y. W in., icuune in Uv in"'u ul'tho lands of Hen Huftr.iun, on the. Literature, pledge cards, buttons, U, A. aecietnrles who was forced to,',' ''" U"J ' '''K1'1' u the tnini'H greater fre-- . guutlt by the lands of Uen IlutTm'aii, '.....i banners arc now In the hands of i""' leaie I'eliogrud on necountof the Cer "" man advance, writes Home tnat: "'.'"dug ' d ie to the fact that on the east by the lan.ls of Johnson the Chairman, Mrs. J, A. Anion, nnd . l'l like lirlne on the screen of a ineh. Midilleton, on the wcij. by the lands teachers will please call und get a Uulleta and iwh't conditions ut eight ""'V. ' In Itusslu. drama to be It of Tom Na) lor and U th same farm supply. bisks iiiori- - re'Uillly penvpllhle. snooting are almost as familiar street thla worlc MUST Uo completed ami that comldtrlng that viub owned by said Edward Nayhoweier. sounds here as the clang of the street the returns in the hands of the Chair mocks ujuco. wire so m- - lor ut the time of hU death, 'ear and the honk of the automobile at '" .Said will under which this land Is :nan by six P. M., rUiturday, NovemHint they isiuld not lime es- tome. Ueniw Kara to lle and work l "t any hour. WH occurnil sold is on record in the Garrard Coun- ber .sixteenth. under frequcat jhuoilDg and street ty Clerks Office In Will Book, Y. Kliza K. Smith, Acting Sup't, battles and to uce oidy when we are ''urlnj the 12 nlelit lioitrf. told by llio authorttlan that we must" 11' A hundred llusiliiii itmc nun were guests Young Women''. Christian of the tint iissoilailn'i In all l!usla. It was 11 ciln afternoon ten lint It was dark because the wlnler days end nt three ..'clink and there l h rotrlclloii on f candles and kerosene the well a of elect rlelty. The clrl weie innklu merry eieu In the Rloom of winter, the .twilight mid the trrcrdy ftf war. Ouevslender nhlti-faci- it Klrl with e.ie wiv merrier than nil the rest. Iler wli and rlnulnz Iniicti were Iiok' of liberty. mid lx tr fil Patcnteo Pipeless Furnace 1 :.'.. i on aa I ,) ti.. ... ,. S li krillj i: KASELDEN BROS Kentucky "t' atartf " Lancaster. Prepare For Winter Reading. ... Pl'" Teachers of Garrard This Beats The County, Attention. Oil Game. hoi,. .,. .i. .. ,,.. mM, .m ..,.,, Sale Of Land. u ,,,,,. ... "'?;' wl