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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): November 21, 1918 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1918 cen1918112101_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 21, 1918 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1918 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE CENTRAL RECORD. TWti'4Y NINTH YEAR LANCASTER, KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON. NOVEMBER 2 Over The Top . Tnko a gin ce "over the tcp" thru IltrneVScientlficntly Kitted Clinsc.i. t Kengiirhin Hotel, 1 rncn'tir, Kv , x Noun bi r L'.'th to loth 1 . 1918. NUMBER 34. Sale Postponed. Owing to the epidemic of Spanish influenza now raging in Henry county, the sate of the farm of Joe Hamilton, advertised in tLis isvue, has been postponed until n future date, which will bu announced Inter in this paper. GARRARD MUST NOT FAIL. United Var Work Quo- la Still Short. ! The Best Ridding 'I Bter Made! Thats what they all say") when they use a Lifetime Aluminum Pudding Van. SPECIAL Tor this week. This "Lifetime" 3 Oj. Aluminum- - u!PZtl Pudding Pan. -- Much Stock Assigned. I ! CONN BROS. Fnm the nmount of stock that har been assigned to tl e Kentucky Live I Stock Sales Company, to be suld next ( uunty court day, It looks as if all ret nls will be broken at the pens on that day Cattle, hogs, sheep, mules and horses nre among the live stock listed nnd a number of buyers from All over the state ate cxpeited to be n hand. Buys Woodford .Mr. IE. r Farm. J. Lewis, who has lived in this city for the pnst ten years has Ami v.l.at .lull we uii with our The white angel of peace lu ionic men? Our sense of ccon- - just recently purchased n farm in lds tho world. Woodford county, Jut opposite the I omy iiml gend judgment would Impel Klnur, Corn Meal, Corn Tl'iur. It is considered UK to I'hnln them in their places unit J. N. Ciundeti fnrm. Itnd.on, Hughri A. rrnau. one of the best places in Central keep tlirm indefinitely. Kentucky The price was nut known. V rtue limy lir itii own reward, I. ut l Wr never expecteJ to delight in Mr Lewis gets possesion January ami cruelty bring .. Ii. Rliir. nn.! nil,., 1st, 1UI1. n t'estructlrn. Stripe. Hut the white flag under which the Cinman envoy mine to '.1 rur boys like the homo menu To Gaines. w.cn they return! Or will we ull Marshall IVch was very welcome. Tlii is to certify that 1U1 sou, of nr to learn to make iirmy slew. expect the Don't Long, who was recently again at once. Our tinny and drowned while at A large selection of assorted nois- - Kgpt lm.f. win insured our allies are still to be supplied, and with Mr. K. ('. Gaines, who repuscnts t evidenced tli Joy of America over .v In conserve nnd The Pcnn Mutual Lift- - Ir.suiimce Co., inut continue : on of hostilities. lonrerve and i onsen wine more. nnd this pol'c' has, been pa ii in full. ltr.ng the Katvr nnd n lecon'niendiiig Terri"" swords will soon be biat We take pleasure oe v.ry interesting i.ml dclight-fjl- , ROUSING During the to cur fritmls both Mr. Gniiiei and liut who uoul.l v:int to he nn en into plowshares we tertainly saw his debt paying company. peace K All Highest?' ull Morris Long, Motlfe Iads.'. Celebration Last Thurswash boilers gnd garbage cans beat The War Lords in their shining en into producers of infernal sounds. day. Held To U. S. Court. irmor have hail their litief and bloody There is one very effective methday. It Is followed ly the days of The great ptace celebration billed od of saving coal which apparently Secret crvice men have lieen workthe l.onl of Pence. ing throughout the county during the for last Thursday came out gloriousto the Fuel Adminhas not l'or liioiulu the German army will istration. Let it restrict thii sale of past few weeks and as a result of ly, when something like two thousand huvc rigiitmare dreams of running Georgette crere blouses and watch their work, arrested Clellan Daley, leopjo came from every section of the on nf Mr. I'owcll Daley, who lives county to join in the celcbrntion. d while dreadful the result. ,i. Us topmost About half past nine o'clock the on th Wolf Trill rer-- In this county, neric.iin cn motor truck puru it. brPM bend started up thu music nnd The book lawr - never lonely. he being cliar-e- d w;th faiiuru to What n grief It must he to the Me is not only sufficient unto himfor 18 years befora ten, the time announced said by witneswa peiftctly independent of age. He was tried before U. S. the big parndc, the town was practiKaiser to realise that his helovcil self, but he Fatherland can grt on without him of others for entertainment. With Comiiilssioner I.iwill .it Danville yes- cally filled with peopl?. The parade which was by far the and is perfectly reconciled to at- his book he banish loneliness and terday nnl held under o ?'.',000 laugh at dull cure. tempting It. bond for his nppenrance at the U; S. chief attraction was formed on Hifl Court according to schedule, promptAfter our stunt of wild rejoicing District court ut Klchmond vlilch ly at ten o'clock nnd formed n line After the "tumult and the shout, a sense of deep thankful- Is uver will tome the serious national meets some time in January. ing dies" John Sanders Withers, colored.was about three squnres long. Sheriff ness and gratitude will be with Ui questions of reconstruction and reWalker nnd Marshal Herron, headed with ui for nil Jhc days adjustment. Attention, class! Care- also arrested on the same charge and and remain the parade, immediately followed by ful, study and close will will be tried today. of our lives. the boy scouts, then came the floats bo required of us nil. reprcjcntlng the different organizaSome one suggested that the KaUrr tions that have done so much fn the Now that the war ,1s oer, what Isolation should hereafter live in Oblivion. comfort the boys in Thl will be Impossible, for quarter! shall we do with our Cases. interest and namely theofRed Cross, Y. the service; A large proportion of the have already- been reserved for him men? Isolation of all persons in theStateiM. C. A.; Y. W. C. A.: Knights of laity would like to have them returnH ll Hall of Infamy. ed to deliver the .sermons every Sun- riving symptoms of influenza nnd the, Columbus, and the Salvation Army, We aln)s enjoy things more when day In the churches of our land. commissioning of every immediute The artistic work done by the ladies we do not have to wsrry over It. We physician In Kentucky as a sanitary in preparing the floats brought out We all know the war Is over but inspector, with authority and Instruc-- ' much favorable comments nnd were have peace to be thankful for thii Thanksgiving and the Circle (iirls are we don't all know that the Circle tions to isolate for a period of ten. heartily npplauded by the crowd as going to have an exchange at Hasel-de- n Girls nre going to have an exchange days all persons suffering from the eacn passeu in review. The "war Bros store, November 27th so at ilaselden tiros, store next Wednes- disease, were provided for In resolu- mothers" marched in the parmt 27th. They will tions adopted 1 the State Board of encn carrying a ling, the stars cu you may. get your dressed chickens, day, November schtdc, cakes, etc., for that big din- have nil kinds of good things for a Health last Friday as a substitute for which denoted the number of bovs nice Thanksgiving dinner. ner without worry or work, the regulations Imposed by the board rich mother had in the service. Mrs. "uring the more active nnd fatal prev- - I uthcr Herrc 1 headed the proressicn alence of the disease. i.vl proudly carried one that con representing her 1' nei' fuur t.ur boy, rll of whom nre now in Otate ITyr ance vera' fa"iil 'lag with 1 C V'Carea 4lO, UUU tl,rce stars nnd ks they pussed the mlii:g the large increase 'enthusiasm was unbounded fiom the Notwi." in prcmUr. ivn hy the State Fair oiihjokern. The "Victory Hoys" nr.d this yeai, the fa'r association ma'de "Victory Cirls" brought up the rear I"1W 8,000 clear cm the 1018 exhibition. m,J a'UM much to .Mat S. Cohen states lu" that nlans mv under wnv for maklne: Chairman G. U. Swincbioad took the 1019 State Fair the biggest and . "'outage of the large crowd and ii't best ever given in this State. The "' "ome Kood work for the United feeding und fatted cattle stake will w r Wo'k campaign, und several pecclie were made, the chief be worth eJO.UOO next year, which hA'00'1 vi..;ums, an Increase of 110,000 over this year. "I)ttlhcr " $10,000 stake for swine and n l0, - of Chicago, who spoke for bit hour i ho nearuiy enjoyeu. l)00sti.ku for sheep will be ndded " 'ers begnn soliciting through the crowd '"ctri,. ll,-- Grateful I flesh-pot- s ce-t- (inrrard county must not "la, down" In her effort to rnise her quota of $0,000 apportioned as her part in the United War Work I Something like $7,000 has been suWrhcd and the work will be pushed to the end as the time has been extended for n few more days. There hns been many subscriptions to this work, but n mnjurity.of them have bun entirely to smnll und ome fiw have not givenit all. Those who have subscribed must make up their minds fn give more and those not nlrcndy in must come 'ncros good and stiong. Other counties in this district have gone "over the tup" and it Is now up to (iarrnrd county us to whether she will be placed in the slacker list. No more important work has ever been asked of the people nnd when the bos .et home they will want to know who have been the helpers in this gnnt work. A I'st of the sub-crib. ill be published nnd the amount inch has gitcu. Lieut. Carl Acton arrived in the city last night for a short stay having evnie here from Camp Amatol, N. J. where h is at present located. Lieut. Acton is the first one of our boys who has returned that hns seen active service on the front, he having served there five months nnd was returned to drill new recruits for the work overseas. He will return to his ramp in a few days. sB'ttVViHssflsWssDsVs THE HOMt NOT IS THE CCNTEIt OF THE NATION SO YOU COULD DE MORE PATRIOTIC THAN TO KEEP THE HOME FIRE I1U3N1MC WITH A NEW RANGE AND OF COURSE LET THE NEW RANCE BE A MALABLE. SOLD ONLY IN CAR-RARCOUNTY BY Lancaster, HASELDEN BROS. .... Rye" Kentucky. President Calls On The Nation To Give Thanks. . third. WOODROW WILSON. By the President. ROBERT LANSING, Secretary of State. Middling, Ballsrds reg-istc- to-b- , Bran, Cocosnut Oil Mol.Pal-m- o Nov.' 18 President Washington, Oil F'd, Horse and Mule Feed, WiNon, in it proclamation issued Sun- Cremo Dairy Fead. day, designated Thursday, November Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. 28th, as Thanksgiving day, and said Don't let us be tempted Into any this year the American people have sp.'cial and moving rnue- to be grate- extravagauce by the thought that the v.ar is. over. Our boys must still bo ful and rejoice. Complete victory, supported abroad; they must gradhe mid, lia3 brought not enly peace, but the confident promise of a new ually bo brought back; they must be day as well, in which "justice shall returned to civilian life by degrees. replace force nnd jealous intrigue Thete will be another Liberty loan. We must be ready for it. among the nations." The proclamation follows: 191- 8THANKSGIVING, Whst Pur e Of "Flu" tr, f'i liy the President of the United ..States. A Proclamation. It has long been our custom to turn in the autumn of the yc.4r in praise and thanksgiving to Almighty God for His many blessings and mercies to us as a nation. This year wejiave special and moving cause to be grateful and to rejoice. God ha-- , In His good pleasure, given us peace'. It has not come as n mere cessation of arms, a mere relief from the strain nnd tragedy of war. It has come ns a great triumph of right. Complete victory has brought us, not peace alone, but the confident promise of n new day ns well. In which justice shall replace force and jealous intrigue among the nations. Our gallant armies have participated in a tiiumph which is not marred or stained by any purpose of selfish aggression. In a righteous cause they have There will be a carload of fat hons ranging in weight from 250 pounds to 400 pounds,, to be sold at the Kentucky Live Stock Sales Co's. pens Monday, November 2Sth at 10 o'clock Now is the time to buy meat already fattened for your next years supply Snyc feed anil expense by buying these hogs. Will be sold In bunche or as B whole to suit purchaser.. This will be the greatest Thanksgiving since the days of the Pilgrim Fathers. One hardly knows how to specify the causes for thapkfulness. However, we might mention Peace by Victory, President Wilson, Marshal Foch, General Pershing, the French 75's, the Yanks, the Gobs, the 1918 wheat crop, sugar substitutes, cranberry sauco und pumpkin-pi- c. Add others to suit your individual taste. We have flayed the Kaiser on pos- - J V fea-',n- wjrl;-tun.- ,, I j The Byrne Optical Service Eyes Tested. 1 Red Glasses Fitted. ituv 8 Years Experience. 1 2 Years in Cent nil Ky All the latest IN STYLES SPECTACLES AND EYEGLASSES. J. J. BYRNE Exclusive Optometrist. AT KENGARLAN HOTEL Lancaster, Nov 25th to 30th I EMPLOY NO AGENTS. W& Cro&a (American ustenlny after noon at thelourt House, the follow, ' uiK uAcuiive conumuee wan unumi- niounly elected to serve for the en- 1 Tl I.,, '...I.... If 'j Wheeler. W. A. Farnnu. J. K. Robin- son, John M, l crra, W. S. Curtlor, J. J. Wnlker, Jr.--. II. S. Hudson, It. L. ' .Elkin. Mrs. It. K. McUobcrts, Mrs. ' .ula Johnson, Mrs. Theo Currey, Miss Helen Gill und Miss Shelby Maion. I Immediately utter the election of the executive eoininitte the following (fflcers were eleoted; Rev, II, S, Hudson, Chairman, Miss Helen Gill, Vice chairman, Miss Sue Shelbys Mason, Miss Frankie Kaufman secretary. was unanimously elected as secretary to the Civilian Relief branch of the John tdwn f!nnllll t l.i,., i ...ii ross i, i,i n ,k piv ('lu.iiiiK j. will Elect Officers.!1""1 'ouKMfoi i r.ii Xmas Parcel Labels. iinrrniii County ennpter or the i . i - jtind several called. thousand dolbri was I chapter. Office of Third Assistant iVsl tnantcr (lenerul, Washinston, D. C, Nuv., Kith, 1018 The nearevt tela-liv- e of any member of the Americun Kxpcditlounry Forres In Europe not receiving a Christmas parcel label by November 21st, 1018, or In case such label is lost, may obtain u Christmas panel label for sending such a parcel by applying to the local Red Cross receiving station. 1'arceU to which labels arc uffixed will be accepted by postmasters up to and including November 30th, 1018. A. M. DOCKERY. Third Assistant I'ostmoster General. lied Cross rooms will be open Friday, November' 22nd nd November 39th, for sewing and packing Christmas boxes. N won immortal glory and have nobly probrium. served their nation inserving manA small boy living- - in one of the kind. God has indeed been graciou.i thickly settled streets, on the outWe have cause for such rejoicing as skirts of town, neighborly where revives and strengthens in us nil the amenities are rather in abeyance was best traditions of our national his- commenting upon the unpopularity tory. A new day shines about us, in of Mrs. which our hearts take new courage "She sets dogs on our chickens if and look forward with new hope to they go in lier yard, nnd she throwed new and gteater duties. n roc!; ut one of our. pigs and killed 'While we tender thanks for the.e it. All us neighbors call her 'kalrer tilings let us not forget to seek the he chuckled." divine guidince In the performance "What for?" of those duties, nnd divine mercy and "Cause she's b' mean." fcigivencss for nil error of i.ct or purpose, und pray that in ull that we I do wo shall strengthen the ties of 72 acres of Improved land, only friendship and mutual respect upon which we must assist to build the tiew '.0 acred plowed this yeurV balance structure of peace und good will very fine tobacco of hemp land. Priced I ight nnd terms to suit. among the nations. D. A. Thomas Realty Agency. Therefoie, I, Woodrow Wilon,!'res Ident of the United Stutes of America do hereliy designate Thursday, the ..... twenty-eight- h tt day of November next j rcpurc iur. your wiiuer rtatnng ns n day of thanksgiving and prayer, by having your eyes tested and glidand invite the people throughout the es fitted byJ. J. Byrne, Danvillo's land to cease upon that day frum Kvflll.ivu On. nmu.rld. ... .'ammrli,, their ordinary occupations and in Hotel, November 23th t their several homes and places of 30th. worship to render thanks to God, the ruler of nations. If you have stock of uny kind be In witness w hereof I have hereunto it one or one hundred head, bring It set my hand and caused the seal of to the sales pens of the Kentucky the United States to be affixed. Live Stock Sale Co., Lancaster, Ky., Done in the District of Columbia, Monday, November --'5th. You will this sixteenth day of November, In receive the same courtesy, whether the year of our Lord ono thousand you are a large dealer or u small one. nine hundred and eighteen, and of Water and weighage free. Plenty the Independence of the United States of feed on the ground nt original of America the hundred and forty- - cost. ter and on printed page, and now lie is passing into our for opfolk-lor- e , Farm For Sale. Winter Reading; The Central Record, Thursday, Nov 21, 1918. FROM THE GARRARD BANK & TRUST COMPANY. NOTICE. November nth, 1018 You ore undoubtedly aware that ns nn original subscriber to bonds of the Fourth Liberty Loan you are for the period of the War and for two yenrj thereafter accorded an exemption from surtaxes, excess profits and Wur profits taxes on the Interest received after January 1, 1918 on an amount of 4 and 1 per cent bonds of the Liberty Loans previously Issued equal to one and one half times the amount of your original subscription to the Fourth Loan, but not exceeding a total of $45,000 of principal of such previous issues provided you still hold n proportionate amount of Fourth Liberty Loan llonds (originally subscribed for) at the date of your tax return. In other words; such amount of bonds of the Fourth Loan must bo retained in order to carry the exemption as to income from previous issues. This fact is of great importance to tax payers and should not be overlooked. FEDERAL RESERVE BANK OF CLEVELAND, Fiscal Agent of the United States. USE OF LARGER IMPLEMENTS AND MORE HORSES HELP TO SOLVE LABOR PROBLEM HE 3C 3( II IE DC 3CL1 USED AUTOMOBILES. We Now Is the time to'.buy and savejmoney. guarantee every'car we sell. 1018 Bulck Roadster - 1915 Buick, five passenger 1916 Oakland, fivelpassemjer 1916 Overland, five passenger Three 1917 Fords $400., $425., $1150.00 550.00 625.00 600.00 $4.50 see us;at COY Sanders after several days Illness. .Mrs. Mary A. .Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Uay is Improving Sun-JaSan-Jcr- ONCE. Twice Proven. y Examples of Methods Which Save Man Power One Man Operating Tractor L.H.CONN. Drawing Three Plows and Another With a Four-MuTeam Operating doubly proven. Walnut Street. Large Harrow. Lime, Send, Briclc, Kenewhe Salt. Mrs. B. F. Wnlter, Hill Terrace, T says: "I never fnil to praise Doan's (Prepared hy th United Stall's Depart-- 1 well n patriotic, to Install machinery DC 11 Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. ! which Kidney Tills, for they are u most will enable the oHrator to """'!! Mrs. Lucy Martin of Lexington, worthy remedy M plant, cultivate nnd harvest n full n cri and have done me has been with Mrs. Nancy. Mobcrly much good on many occasions. IT in ii men, driving one horse nge of the crops best Milled to Ids lutul Vi Fur several days. null, can combine the two and the needs of the country, than to several years, 1 have surt'ered from let some of the land lie Idle or, nt best. lmri'i Into one team which one been the a lame and painful back. My kid Miss Lenna McMillion has man can drlte, and this team XlbHve It prepared anil worked poorly. eek-en- d truest of her sister, Mrs. neys have also been irregular in act You want to be very careful as to nnd the crops out of season. inn do n much or inure work Crawford McMillion. ion. Doan's Kidney Pills hnvc al than two did slnsly, iMi't It wle In many cases, n worker can double your vitality this time of year. The family of It. II. I'eston, Lewis was removed every symptom of kid' Your organs of elimination mny be tn combine them anil save one the work done by the uv uf n larger Simpson, J. 0. Hardin, Jim Clouse ney trouble at these times." (State' man's time? Implement and n iirri"ndlngly all clogged up with poisonous matter greater amount of motive power, and which has lowered your vitality. This And If the farm I large and and Levi Mathews have been quite mcnt given .March 'JO, lUOx) conditions warrant. Isn't It ! sometimes the gain Is considerably makes .you most susceptible to colds, ill with influenza. ALWAYS RELIABLE. two-hor- e to combine two of thee more than this. If the nature nf the bronchitis, catarrh, pneumonia, and On November 18, 1010, Mrs. Wal- Madames Tom Hicks and Henry work nnd the machinery for doing It teams Into nue, and sn so prevalent all sorts of diseases Montgomery and children also Mr. ters said: "I have the greatest confi another man's timet ire null that the bet Implements will dence in Doan's Kidney Fills, I was John Sanders, spent the week-en- d Increase the efficiency of the worker now. kidney trouble for First thing you want to do is to by only BO or even 2." per cent, their 'ith Mrs. Mary A. Sanders and fami- - free from recently had slight a long time, but a attack. ly. Work which Is generally done In use may make possible an Increase In take plenty Vin Hepatica. which will I again used Doan's Kidney Fills and onie parts of the country with the aid acreage by Jnt lust nmnnnt, and at thoroughly unTI gently cleanse your if machines that greatly Increase the least will enable the fanner tn dn Ids entire system, restore your vitality, they quickly relieved me." efficiency of the men employed l still work In !c time and allow him to and make ou not only feel like a liOc, at all dealers. Foster-Milbur- n largely done liy hand In other parts. take advantage of good weather If the new person but make you proot Co., Mfgrs.. Ilutfalo, N. Y. Machinery for most of the work In season l unfavorable. this against diseases so prevalent connection with preparing anil tilling Buy Larger Machinery. time of year. the soil Is available In many sizes, and BKYANTSVILLE Can all farmers afford to buy extra K, E. McRobert., Druggist, Lan frequently two or more outfits, each horses and larger Implements to save requiring the time nf one man. are man talior? Of course, thoe whose caster, Kentucky. Harold Scott has nccepU'ri a posi- seen working In the same Held on farms require but one or two horses to Cut out thin advtrtlffmnt. endow tion at (.recmlnle. for which Implements nf two do the ordinary work can seldom afIt with G cents to Foley & Co., 2135 BRADSHAW MILL. I Sheffield Ave., Chicago, 111, writing W. McAfee was in Irvine on or three times the sire of those used ford to do so. Hut such ran secure II. your name and address clearly. You y could be employed with Just as 'business, last week. receive In return a trial pack this additional help by combining to .Miss Jewel Prewitt was a recent ce contalntnc: result'. There are few farm purchase larger inadilnery, and doubI Mrs. .McAfee of Irvine, is visiting horses which a driver of ordinary In ling up their teams tn operate It; or visitor of .Miss Thclma Wheeler. (1) Foley's Honey and Tar Com her son, II. V. McAfee, round, the, standard family remedy telligence cannot train to work In one, usually mure skilled In operating Miss .Mattie Ilolton spent Saturday for coughs, colds, croup, whooping Mrs. J. Hogan Ballard Is visiting large teams In h few days' time, and maihtnrry, or better able to purchase night i rough, tightness and soreness In and Sunday with Miss Susie most of the larger Implements are lit- It, may own the larger Implements, thest, grippe- and bronchial coughs. relatives in Louisville. tle If any morn complicated or difficult anil do the work for seicral nelehlxir Long. (2) Foley Kidney Filli, for over Lime, Sand, Brick, Kanawha Salt. t Mr. Connie linger Is dangerously (0 handle than the small ones for the farmers, besides his own, tn the ad-worked and disordered kidneys, blad-C- tr Hudson, Hushes & Farnau. ailments, pain In sides and back same work. pnncumonia wnicn ueveiope.1 vantage of ell concerned. Iloth these due to kidney trouble, sore muscles, Lea,1. N. T. Crow sold to victor , Instillation of Machinery. methods have been tried out In many from Influrnxa. stiff Joints, backache and rheumatism. ihogs at 14 per pound. Where the farm Is large, and It Is localities with mower, harvester.' There was quite n number at the J) Foley Cathartic Tablets, a wholesome and thoroughly cleansing Joe Insko of Rratton, visited his not poxllile In procure umIeut labor. tractors, threshing roatiilnes and other ,aW ,K.re of Mr Kovj Snyiler glll cathartic. You can try these three, It will certainly he more profitable, as farm machinery. niece, Mrs. N, T. Grow, last week. family- remedies for only 6c MnKt ,,roUKht r,onablc prices. spent with Mr. and Mrs. James I. If you suffer backache, sleepless nights, tired, dull days and distress ing urinary disorders, don t experiment. Read this twice-toltesti mony. It's Lancaster evidenc- ed The Danville Buick Go Proprietor. Danville, Kentucky, 'I l b r'"','rL' " " II " Watch Out For Your tality This Month. TEATERSVILLF.. Mr. Coney Ilager is very ill with the "l1u" Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Sebastian is ill with the flu. Mr. Malt May was the guest uf Mr. M. II. Wheeler Saturday and Sunday. .Mrs. Charlie Ilolton who has been ill with typhiod fever is able to be out again, Mr. and Mrs. I). Fothergill and Miss Kmmn Harnett went to Lexington, Sunday to visit Camp Duel). Mr. Charlie l'rather and Miss Mat-ti- e Ilolton and Mrsdamcs Karl Long and Sam Long motored to High Ilridge Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Ham and daughter, Mary Stella and Mr. and Mrs. Kd.l linker and children spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Harnett. Misses Mable and Jewell Prewitt and Misses Mattie Ilolton and Thelma Wheeler were the guests of Misses Iva Pearl and Allie 11. Hume, Friday. Genuine Kanawha Salt will save your msat. It it guaranteed to be the beat salt made. Hudson, Hughes A Farnau. Mr. Farmer, Mr. Stock ItaUrr, Mr. Speculator, Mr, lluyer, make our pens nnd office and lounging room your headquarters, on our sales day every Fourth Monday. You are welcome, whither you buy or not. Kentucky Mr. t w" I J. E .Dickerson of Lancaster spent Sunday with M. O. Kennedy and wife Miss Amy Dawes, who is a finished ! KEEP SHEEP FLOCK BUCKEYE violinist, will receive pupils at her TO CONTROL WEEDS home. Messrs R. W. Sanders and J. J. C. M. Dean sold to Robt. llurton (Prepared ly th Untied States, J'rather, were in Lexington, Tuesday. ten head of cattle at 11 per uf Agriculture.) Mrs. Dan Ray is ill with influenza. pound. One of the bet and cheapest Miss Sallie Lou Teater is ill at this ways tn control weeds on farms The infant of Mr. and .Mrs N. writing. N tn keep a flock of sheep. In Mulligan, died from an attack of addition tn controlling weeds Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Sanders and "Flu" last week. without cost, sheep will render daughters, were visitors In Madison Mrs. N. T. Grow anil daughter, n profit by producing nutritious last week. Stella Mae, are with relatives in food mill wool, and will assist Miss Ruth Ray left last week for Robimon county, materially In meeting demands Pierson, Illinois, where she will visit on the nation for meat and wool Mr, and Mrs. A. II. Swope visited relatives. production. If weeds are not Mr. and Mrs. Sam Farley, in Jessapermit till tn grow and deelnp L. Sanders and son, were mine county, Sunday. Mrs. L. leaves they will die, but It guests Friday of her parents, Mr and Quite a number from Uryantsville would require u great amount Mrs. Hiram Kay. attended the Peace Celebration at nf hard labor to keep most Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Hill and daughLancaster, last Thursday. weeds under control by this ters, visited her parents, Mr. ami Mrs. tiielhod. Sheep will keep the .Mr. and Mrs. R. I. Burton, Mr. ami N. K. Bogle, recently. weeds down nnd the mure Mrs. M. O. Kennedy attended the sale weeds they cat the less will be MrT and Mrs. T. O. Hill were guests of Solon I. Eastman in Boyle county, I heir cost of upkeep, and the Sunday, of their daughter, Mr. and Thursday. enter will be the supply of Mrs. Walker Bradshnw. The Uryantsville school opened food released for other tock. Many rough or permanent grass Mrs. Broncon Locker and daughter. Monday morning with a large attendpastures that require mowing Miss Linda, were visitors last Thurs- ance having hud six weeks vacation can be kept clean by the use of day, of Mrs. Robert Long. on account of the flu. sheep, while ut the same time Mr. and Mrs. Edd Arnold and little Rev, 11. A. Dawes was railed to the cattle-carryin- g rapacity of ton, Lewis Walker, were visitors in Louisville, Wednesday to preach the the pasture Is Increased. week-en.Madison, for the funeral of the infant son of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. T. O. Hill are tho .Mrs. Cornell, of Chicago. proud grand parents of a little grand Mrs. J. W. Glass whohas been in daughter, who arrived at the home of Cincinnati for un eye operation, un- HOW. TO SHIP NEW POTATOES Mr. and Mrs. Walker llradshaw, Nov. der Dr. Sadler, is getting along nicely ember 1 1th. and will soon be able to come home. Prevent Losses by Loading Thtm Care fully Into Cars Double-HeadeMrs. Hiram Ray, Mrs. Nora Teater Rev. and Mrs, Geo. S. Conant, Barrel Is Qood. Misses Sallie Lou and Ethel Ray J. W, Bryant and J. C. Wilspent Wednesday with Mrs. Forrest liams were dinner guests of Dr. anil tPrepared by tbs UnlttJ States Depart Curtis anil daughters. Misses Mar- Mrs. I). B. Montgomery, at Taint Lick ment oi Agriculture.) garet and Martha. Friday evening. Shifting of the loads In transit, weak and partly tilled packages, and lack of ventilation are responsible for losses lu tnuny cars of new potatoes which uro arriving at markets. Tho loading of diseased potatoes Is also responsible for considerable loss. In aoine cases shipments that show scuh wilt or late OF LANCASTER. blight are practically worthless when tluty reach the inarket. The double-headebarrel appears to Cop till be the beat package fur new potatoes that Is now In general use. If properA. II. DENNY, President' ly made It protects the potatoes as J. E. STORMES. Vice Pres't. well as holds them In place. Much 5. (.. DENNY, Cashier. less breakage bn been found In cars where the barrels are loaded on end J. U Gill, J. It. Harris, than when loaded on their bilge. Strips should be placed on top of the lower layers ot barrels for the upper layers Safety Oeposit Boxes For Rent. to rest upon. Loading barrels ou their bilge Is not WE SOLICIT YOUH BUSINESS. safe practice unlets beadllners Alex It. Denny. J. II. Posey, J, E. U. B. Swinebroad. (strips to prevent hestla bulging) are used. It la said that the use of head- Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill, Dr. W. M. Elliott. Director. nppvAnt nlnA.rntha nt th llna ! WtU llK.k..M to JI tipw. o STORMES DRUG STORE. . .VcwT ha been received here of the barrels. Kxtrn bracing h needed when ll(.aln of Mr. anil M C(.ci um. barrels ace loaded on their bilge. M ,Iau M ,.raIlfi, hf ... niie Niirlc Is mil ii HnttnM ennlnlner I Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Prewitt and ..! tor tender neve potatoes; It offers no priitecllmi from bruising, and when little son, Luther Wilson were visitors Innilod Is hard to vrntlliite. If sacks of Mr. and Mrs. Karl I'rewitt, Saturare tn he used they shuulil be of no day. greater cnpailty than 1ml Hiund. The A nice bunch of stock ewes, mules, smaller sack could be handled with young mid aged. Three good brood much greater care nnd would lend It ' mares will be offered for sale at the self lo leutllatloii better. . .. . I 1r Hampers are not suitable packages "vmucay i.ive aioc oaics Co's, K'11S for notatoes. They do not have. theiun "onuay, .November SOllt. twlcs necessary strength for the weight of beginning promptly nt ten o'clock, nn- - oner nine proieo i .eir , of M Vriyaie g j, j . Hon. Ah long as hampers are used for . ,, J- - W- ' ' "f heavy produce there i latoes and other t"''nce from Camp Men.le. for n will be severe loss from breakage. W used they should bo loaded on end and 'cw nlleruate baskets Inverted. Great care should be taken to make the load tight, ami no slack space should he allowed WHEN NEURALGIA In the car. This will Iesen the chance of ATTACKS NERVES Crates of various sorts are being , Uked. nnd appear tatlsfactory where the strength of the crate la sufficient j for the weight of Its contents. Weak crates tdiould not be used under any ' Sloan's Liniment teal-tecircumstances, nnd crates with wide , the congestion and openings tend to wilt the potatoes I rclleTes pain while In transit. Crates must be load- - I ed tight and Arm, and do slack space left under any circumstances without A little, applied tn'sDul rutWsf, srfll suitable bracing, while striping Is rectnnlraU immediately and rest and I ommended. soothe the nerves. I Sloan's Liniment Is very effective la NEED OF ANCIENT PRACTICE j allaying external pains, strains, bruises, aches, stiff joints, sore muscles, lumba-- j go, neuritis, sciatica, rheumatic twinges History Tells Us That Roman Farmers Keep a big bottle always on baud Stored Various Succulent Feeds lot family use. Druggists everywhere. for Live Stock. Live Stock Sales Co. and Mrs. James Snyder and children, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Prewitt and little son Witbert and Mr, and Mr. Virgil Sebastian and son, were guests of Mr and Mrs. J. M, Ilolton. Sunday I ... Get i tht GfnuinasWHP'TKI kat 47v&?mMd m, ( ''a'' cur. Mtu Klirabcth Foley spent last Sunday with Mist K.tlicl Melcar. Mrs, Canie Davidson spent the last week with Mrs. Z. T. Kice In Itich-monIs here vsiiting his Mrs. M. II. Turner. Mr. Walter Turner of Indianapolis parents, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Uobert Yatcr spent the week end with her piircnts, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Smith. Miss Kllen Turner accompanied her brother, Mr. Wnlter Turner, to hU home in Indinnapolis, Ind. Car Crsmo Dairy just In. It will msk your cows give more milk Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Yater and chilurl Mrs. Thomas Turner and children ami Mr. and Mrs. John Pritrhet of Ilowland spent last Hun-da- y with Mr. and Mrs. John Ynter. Kd THE NATIONAL BANK $50,000. Surplus 430,000. (Prepared by Mis Untied States Department of Agriculture-.History tells of Iloruan farmers who carefully chopped fine various green, succulent feeds and packed them In pits for use during the winter season. The practice seems to have been common and the feed kept well. From these early times It has been good practice to store various green crops In pits or airtight containers for feeding to atock. Tho alio Is the present-da- y result, and a furmer who raises live stock cannot afford to bo without one. The advantages of the silo are numerous, but some of the more Im- dren, Mr. sl0 ANSWER THIS portant are: 1. Green, succulent feed Is available throughout the year. 2. A alio stores more feed for less cost than any other farm building. 8. The feed Is handy for use. A dollar will care for a soldier for one week How many SOLDIERS WILL YOU MAKE HAPPY next year? They are waltlng.for.your answer to the , UNITEO WAR WORK CAMPAIGN. in Income From Feathers. The feathers from the goose, which generally picked twice a year, are amount to quite an Income In a large flock, and are always salable at good 9rtn- - This space donated by "Ok Citizens National Bank OF LANCASTER KY. fhe'Central Record, Thursday, Nov. CURING HAY CROP 21, 1918 3 LIV STOCK FEWER HOGS DIE OF DISEASE Annual Death Rate for Year Endlnj March, 1918. Reaches Lowest Mark In 35 Years. iPri-pjr- D.W. Griffith Talks Of' Hie War Experiences. David Werk Criffith, the forcmoat director f moinK picture U hack frch fron the aeut of war In order to wntcli lua lateit achievement. "Ileartn of the. World." The puhl c hnvc renpondnl no enthua'ai Jcnlly Hint Mr. Griffith feel thnt the en- -, ormoua expenditure cf money nnd I the risk of hhi own life v.n well' In fnct the worthy of thi triumph. have reviewers moat conservative nil iiitrced that Mr. Griffith hna in reality outiJone nil previous nchieve- mrnta in producing "Hcurta or tiie Worl.1." atrenily been printed Much lu about the aid Riven Mr. Griffith hy the Hritlih nnd Krench war officer, and nNo by DaM Uoyd (ieorce, the l'dme Mlniater of Knetand, in alan ine tliia romunce of the irrcat wnr. In fnet, one cene of the film hom D.ivil l.lo)d Ccoue ahakini; hanJa with Mr. GrifMh nnd xeiahinc him find Speed, jut nt he clepartdrfor the Kittle fields of France. in London "I apent aeveral vti-tkbefore Koine to I ranee, fOid .iir in recently. ThioURh Criffith flucntinl frienda 1 hod n lnntr conference with Mr. Lloyd GeorKe, to whom the object of the drama had I wanted to already been cspl-iined- . ttaife a Rrent lue romance with the nnd with the war as n bad. H'P'rinc inotin- - of loe of ceuntrv auuirested by tha Ideal. It w. i IN COCK IS BEST ) Method Now Generally Practiced Where Best Quality of Legume Is Desired. EXTRA LABOR STYLE HEADQUARTERS where &octcttj i8run6 QIl0tlPD are sold IS REQUIRED Found Necessary le Get Rid of Wttr In Plant Evenly Correct Way to Build Cock When Working .With Green Hay. "roui'i reienry order to retain aroiu i. 'Prepare,! by Ilia United Rtslea Department of Agriculture One of thc he.( inflhmls of luring hay li In rure III (he cock. This method 1 out generally practiced except III regions where unfavorable weather I' tin rnli rather thnn tin exception, or when tin" bet finality of legume liny I il.ilrH, Throughout the middle West, wheie hiy Irui1iri ore used, liny I nut recorked luMtiiiM- - of I In' rxlrii quired iiliil the InitMllty In hindle w Liil hay ihe Imy loader. It hn lrti shown Hint II In necessary tn get rlil of thr water In the plant evenly. (In n atin.hluy day hn roust he ml.il nfier It hn heen In the wut'i n oilnlii length uf time, or llu l.ii nine ilrleil mil i, nl lu- When II Ik rnLeil Inln tl windrow it amnMer iri"rtlon of tin hy l eiimvol to the nrtlim uf t'n sun's m . After In i: windrow, where further lining I reitmii lone, the lime l reritlieil whin It I' llir True Thrift Can't Afford Cheap Cloth if.? prominent official ol me, lii n remote the Imy !n eimx) mlur mil Cure Hay In Cocks. When thin dare Is I en (liiil the nel thine tu ihi It In put the hny In i Hi ink, where n llll smaller ptui.irl mi of the hny will !. tu tin r The uirfiur. iniieii Is i,nl MmI!-- ! when liny U roiki-!on hi. hut pt tapldlr limit win ii In the wlin' nr eu.l much iimre slowly than whin In tin whIIi. The hay In the cock iinillniu' In lu-- e lit mulntiire slowly until It urrd out llftlelitly In he .1' I ill nt JiuF Into the stark ur Imrn. The tliqe required for Miring will ilenil uih.ii the iniilture nuiletit when cockd. the amr.nnt uf hny put Inln the cock, and also uihiii Leather rundllhm. Under nrdlnar) iniiilllliitin lm will cure In the ruck In from Ihrii' di to n week. Hny cocked Iini "green" will cause besting. The larger the coA the more ilanrer there Is of hen I In; nhen UHitermr"! h.iK.1 rmked. I lu It put Inln rut In containing from T.I to 111) Miund uf rui til hay. Abont 100 pounds la the le most commonly used In uiany wctlon. Cloudy and rainy weather not only retards curing but may caue beating If the ruin enter the rock. When alaiiiiaM naaaaaV aaaaaavi atSjfaTeTaTJHllV iaaaaaaaaaaa aa4wiBBHBaBaBaBaBal bbbbbbb! If sic ill fwitttj Stand (MrtUpt fiiei PAY a few AMBBaaaaaaaaaaVlaV Cheap clotht'i arc c.vtravaga:i.r handicap your projiretu by that will havu better style and shape, even at the finish, than others have at the start. dollars more and get almost any price. And chcy your appearance. wax 12.1 per 1.001), and Is Um lowest In 33 yeara, according to ree- iinN lept durluir that period. This iinprecedentodly low rate of mortality presents a great contrnit with thoie of miller periods, particularly with the lossei of 133.8 per 1.0W In 1W, 1H per l,nr In 1S07, nnd 111!) pr I.ikXl In 1U1I, years marked by severe niillirenks of hog cholera. TIiIh lcveaj i reinnrknlile reduction from the normal low rate of low which has remained slightly above Till xt l,(sl when the dinense waa leuat prevalent. ( The approximate numlier of hog on , hand January 1, 1018, was 7i;i7t,00H. i per l.WSJ for the year i The of ending Marib. 1018, therefore ropre-- v iitednppri)xliMately3,0(IO,llilU of them Miiliiinlf, equivalent to the eonsumptlon f piirk and purk products by the entire pnpnlntlon of the United Stolen dayi. fur 1017 for The-recent li.e shiinhl tie corn pur.'d with that of 7."J,).i,) Iii-it tl'll, whlih fiirliilliil production tu the extent nf the national consumption fur ihat j ear for H7 dnya. The marked reduction In the of swine In WIS over pricedla period'. In View of the fact that 00 per tent of thee loes are due to hn .jioli-in- , lnilkate dearly the from the romhlned efforts of Mate and federal osenHes In proteetlnjt thiirmers iisalnit the ravaneH of thU fatill dlell-e- . 1(119, The death rate nf awlne from nil dlcasc for the year endlni; March. by the United States Department of Agriculture.) til GIVE YOUNG PIGS ATTENTION Care Given at Farrowing Time Hn Important Bearing on Food Supply of Nation. by the United States Department of Agriculture ) The farrowing house or pen should be comfortably warm, well ventilated, nnd well lighted. Above all else. It ahould be well bedded. Do not allow any circulation of air under the floor. Too many hog growers make the mistake of bedding tod" llclitly. Heavy bedding naturally makes the sow comfortable and warm conditions necessary If she la to be qnlet. Use wheat or rye straw. Wild bay Is good, as Is millet. Do not use oat straw unless there Ls absolutely nothing else at hand. Do not confine the sow la her farrowing pen more than befont farrowing time It It la possible (o avoid doing eo. Reduce the heavy feed tu some extent, probably about half, far that length of time. Under no circumstances ahonld the sow bare any feed whatever for i hours after farrowing. She must, however, hare plenty of water at frequent Intervals. This water must not be Icy cold that drawn directly from the well la about the right temperature. Commence after 34 hours feeding light. ly, increasing the feed gradually for probably a week or ten days, when an nay be gotten onto full feed, conditioned on the site of the litter and the gntlklng qualities of the low. A good herdsman, for the first week at leaat after farrowing, will look the pigs over carefully before each feeding. If any Indications of scours the aow's feed should be reduced Immediately or possibly cut-oentlre- - Trpared Bamtvf Irani I 'naaVaaaaaaaaaKTiaBaaV BBBBBBBBBBBBBaBaaB tBaBaBaBaaaBBBe 0Uir0 vbbbbhT I amaVBaCraait British and French Governmcnta that a atory ataged on the actual battle fielda of France could not fail to To secure chc maximum service and maintain a prosperous rsearancc, are the first principles of economy, and those things v. :ich assist in doing this should have the first consideration. In clothing this means Society Brand Suits and Overcoats. There is nothing better in fabric, fit and workmanship. Their tailoring differs from ordinary clorhes because it U more scientifically planned and more thoroughly carried out. The style is built in to stay in as long as the fabric lasts. Society Brand styles are authentic this is the store at which to see them. The Society Brand label it the maker's pledge of unqualified satisfaction. rntbutUu.n arouae tremendous throughout tho cirillted world, ami in return for the aid and assistance rendered me I voluntarily made an agreement by which a large aharc of this achievement will co to aid of the'wounded soldiers of the AUiea.. "We crossed the channel to France and moved behind the firing line in the very vicinity of the devastated PARKS Style Headquarters" & HENDEEN KENTUCKY. - Curing Hay In the Cock Under Cape region which has been the acenc of Whan Weather Conditions Make It ao much fighting. I am not permittNeesasary to Cure Hay In the Cask ed to civc the exact names' of the SratlO (Ulatiftm It la Advloable to Uoe Hay Caps. different villages which figured in corked bay shows dancer of becoming ao many of our scenes, but for a lonff too bot It jrlll be necessary to open time our headquarter "were in a elemental instinct seems to be to rj r.nt one fatality connected with Optimistic Tr.ikht. the cock and ecattee the bay out until little village of Ham. In the party duck the head, and then comes the 1' Mm." "Hearts of the World" A secret, if uWul to mankind,! It baa loat mouth moisture, to be Doro- urge with me were 'Lillian GUh and for irreater action, rersonn,' J o? seen at Ilomans Opera House should not be n secret. thy Glsh. their mother. Mrs. GUh, clench their hands, clutch i i Ixncastcr, Friday and Saturday, Ilay can bo put lu email cocks green-- r Robert Harron, George Fawcctt, crimace, legs, jump about. If only In .November 22nd and 23rd. than fn large one. Some farmera George Siegnun, Little Ben Alex- nt their 'juoads 'Hiiro eqi qjssj n circle, and the majority run. The) take bay froja the windrow and make very ainall huiirhea, earh containing ander nnd his mother, my camera seem to care not where or why. Paaalens. luonouj. XtQ "One thine I should like to point about three forkful of bay, before the man, Hilly Bitter, and acveral assi1'ai.atons are likened best to floods bay la In condition to be put Into a stant. Two British officers were de- out," added .Mr. Griffith, "is that and streams, tho shallow murmur, but Therefore, Be Cheerful! regular slxed cock.. tailed at all times tu accompany us my latest production is not in any tho deep ra dumb. Sir Walter Depresslou, glo.uii, daik brooding whenever we went near any of the sense a war play but is n love story these are the worn Moues In the de- -, How to Cock Hay. rrent to Uie Inferno uf Incompetence, ' There are two ways to make a bay battle fieldt or within the zone of of the irrcat war witli the conflict helplessness, ilelujed lctory, or ereu, I cock. One la to roll up tho hny In the fire. On three occasions our little serving only as the background. windrow lots a rather loose cock or party war caught unexpectedly in a have aimed in this production to gain daocS jo suii ultimate defeut. This, wc know, Is true eiertnure lu our Indhlduul life usq jo pwjsui iOj bunch, or to round up (rock) bunchet bombardment, and on ono occasion efforts by simplicity." ksX q) struggles. It It Just a true uf na of hay that have been bunched Willi a ue spent four hours in n cellar. (40.u oj pjuiop ojs jm sjoiom "One thing Mr. Griffith," question- lis tion. William Allen Knight. aulky or puah rake, after the hay la al- That four hours under ground was ed the lnter lower. "Is it true thnt Witm anq uo)nao qsiaua most cured. The hulk of the buy In about the mott nerve-racl'ii0 d MUM uM3w you were wounded under fire?" this kind of a cock la not handled, Ikv One Way of Escape. I have ever had," continued Mr. Griffith smiled and pulled up his log left rolled up and tangled fron A Timid Nature. "A womuu murrle-- i a tuau who got the action of the rake. The edges are Mr. Griffith. "The sound of the alieve to show a recently healed It .must be a timid nature that up nnd gave her his seat In a street pulled out with h pitchfork iinil put ihells bursting nearby was temflC unund neur the elhow. That murk would refrain from every good time cur." Then tbu only way for a uiuu v.cro glad when the llritWus nlade by n sharpnel bullet, he fur fear of consequence.. oa top uf the oxk. Kuril cocks are' ""I St. Louis tn escape ls to poke his no-- e Into bis t. subject to considerable settling, and oincris came to ten us tr.nt it would tald. "I spent much time in the ucw&paR-- r when ho hears the rustld llstten out nnd do not shed ruin. Thlt,be mfe to retire behind the lines. !ilu - outs of tho British troops under of n skirt neur his cur Beat. practice la suitable fur curing In good On another occasion the little fire. On one occasion wo caught a All He Knew About His Meal. weather, as a man ran Uiindlu mort ,()Wn wlere we weie taking somo bit of sharpnel and one of the ballets Ilulag llnUhed his tueal the diner Knew What He Was Doing. "1, uiet ""n"' 0t ,CaSt ught me in the arm. It wa, only railed for his check. "Let's mi'," aald we," Visitor "You were altogether too wound but I am rather Ihe waiter, "whut did you have?" modest In talking to that gentleman iHht "Cun't tell for the life of tne," was tho about jour golf," Member "Hut that rul11- A ,Breat bomb ,1'foud of it. Tho night before it manner If It Is to be eiH.sed to ruln'Jcct of nn uIr 11 within twenty yards of them j pencil I crawled through the barbed reply! "Iiut'whiit I ordered was mluced gentleman Is the (huirmaii of the hanI ff hay capa are used; fur the rnlr dicap committee." Judge. i,o entanglement with a scout chicken." Iloston Trancrlpt. j hero we were taking several scenes will wet and sikiII tho hay. way to built In tho courtyanl. Once more wo party of llritUh and ue penetrated The best and corioct Duty Before All Things. Tom Thumb. a cock, when working with falrlj'took refuge in the cyclone cellar. So Man's Land until wc were in you hold your patriCharles Sherwood Howeter ireen hay. Is to take the liny, u fork jI "In the course of my trip I had .twenty yards of the German trenches, Thumb) was born Strnlton (Ton: mony, your dear or even your life, honor, at Ilrldgcport ful at ft time, aud spread It out flat many experiences which upset my Jf thc Germans had come out nfter Conn., In 1S38. Ho was exhibited b) )ou should be willing to mcrltleo all Oare should be taken to build a soixl previous Idea of things. One thing Us fiat night. I am afraid 'Hearts of I. T. Itanium In various parts of thc tu duty. If you uro called upon to do " 'al ' might never have been world. He married In lSUtl Merry La so. Silvio IVlllco. the World' The'tmiTub ' vlnla Hump (Luvlnl Warren) also s "u,IJen ,hot n" unexiwteJ at- - WOre a steel helmet and carried a dwarf. When first exhibited Ton: Principal Qeyser Rsglihs. last forkful Is ou tho sldea. should bil" Of the tena of thous- - Ku mask, but the fact that I was Thumb was ooly about twu feet high "" Geysers occur In most rolrunlc reraked downwards ao that Ihe ateniitarl an'l of l'crsons 1 saw in London dur.,in civilian clothes instead of khaki but he grew to a height of 10 Inches gions; most notable specimens aro In will cause rain to run off anil awa; ' from tho center of tho cock. t.WV Ing the air raids, uml In Franco at would havo made my position with He died at Mlddleborough, Mass- - It Yellowstone reglou of ltoiky moun1833. tains. Now Zealand, Tibet, the Axorea ballt la this manner will shed romU . tho battle front and in the village the Germans very precarious If they ( and lu southwestern Iceland. orably more rain than wbcu oioit w I exposed to cannonade, I never saw i had captured "me. We came back to V" I j the hay la rolled up or bunched. 0e person remain motionless when New York In November with every "WouldWe Certainly Would. and you call eatlug lobster I Dally Theugtn iin ...I-- danger came. member of our party safe and sound, cream down a disturbance" No re&lly great rain ever thought unwiHf, (vuiaiu lu 1111- - cl:-- i iiivi i The first, and therefore must and I am delighted to say that there queries) patting a correspondent. VMk, himself so IlatMtL .DANVILLE, - Where ftarirtfj Are Sold ' ' jjd Farrowing Pen With Fenders Will Save Many Little Porkers From Being Crushed. ly. A heavy feed of rich slop given when scours begin to show up possl bly may kill the entire litter. A little extra care for these few days ls obso-- i lutely necessary. When the pigs are from four or Ore to ten days old, be on the lookout for g thumps. Tho fat little pig Is the one to go first every tlmo. An almost certain Indication Is a little roll of fnt around the neck. While there Is no known cure for thumps, th tiuuble Is quite easily prevented Plenty of exercise for tho pigs Is the auswer. In cold, storuiy weathex exercise Is Impossible, but If a central farrowing bouse with an alleyway. Is ued,-g- et the little fat fellows Into the alley and put lu about ten or fifteen uilnntes three or four Union a day chasing them with a buggy whip, until they Mre pretty well tired out. It this Is Impossible, try one or two of the little pigs at a time In a large bar. rel or hogshead, placed by the farrow Ing pen. The pigs will hear the old sow making a fuss and In running around tho barrel bunting for a cornet to climb out, generally will take tha exorcise necessary to ward off thumps. A considerable part of the battle li won If tbe titter gets past the Brat ten days v. v nilU a KWU .1.1 1. eat ef Dairy Fsed. White clover Is highly esteemed and make Ue best of dairy feed. 0" XDrth6a,erWr Tu," Uty All " The Central Record, Thursday, Nov 21, 1918. Want to Feel Just Right? Take an NR Tonight JUST TRY IT AND SEE ksw h.arfacriv, tlrsat, LET US STEADIER HOG MARKETS PLANNED LIGHT YOUR FARM WITH ELECTRICITY Hog mk Istl.r van faal In ths la.rr.li. Thai IhIT." loss. follsc will aa (sitayaall lot of Impurities ihit )our d digestive and ellmlnative organ, get rid of. Pills, oil, ssltl, calomel and ordl-naUxathei, cathartics and purges only force the bonds and prod the liver. Natnrm't RtmtJy(NRTbtt) acts on ihotomach, liter, bowels and even kidneys, not forcing, but ton Ing and strengthening these organs. The result is prompt relief and real, lasting benefit. Make the test. Remedy trill act rromptlr. thoroughly, vet Nature's 10 miljlv, to gently, that you w ill think nature her sell r.as come to the rescue ana Is doing the work. Ami oh, nhst arrlief! to Ml it unn Ka4 low tnach fr.ni tea left ftrltlttr. ntrr war. II laaitaallr at laa. at. ra Tablet fir II alsat lar a wf.k. Tata ,ol sat. la lakf RNKIH ?aa atetr 4if. J.,t aa act auaaal ha Tafcl.1 aftt safttiaatlaan, TROUBLE IS, your system is ran't Producers and Packers Confer With Representatives of the Food Administration and Agricultural Department and Adopt New Plan of Regulation. Better, Safer and Cheaper than ny Artificial Ll)ht. fas IftUag fM V Cat at as asnel la goo4 coaaitii receiameitdarj n bmmi braaraiaMaai As) yoair dri R. E. McROBERTS, Lancaster, Kentucky. Allevlatea Earache. 1( earache does not occur often pos sibly home treatment will alleviate tbo suffering, which la always no severe while It lasts. Wring out hot cloths and apply them to the ear. This often brings quick relief. Or moisten n small piece of cotton, saturated with sweet oil or laudanum and place It carefully In the ear. Tills Is generally efficacious If the trouble Is caused by the hardening of the wax. Owl Stepped Wheels of Industry. The curious combination of an owl and a steel trap In which the bird had lecotno caught and flown nuay, trap aid all, ollghtlug on a high iiowered ihvlrlc cuble cnrrvlng 11,000 volts of electricity to run a mill at Goodyear, Conn., stopped the power unci threw several hundred meu out of work for several hours. Linemen, after several hourt,' nearer), located the owl, burned to n cinder. Renovate- Brushes. When pvveeper brush bristles become soft from long use and do nut sweep np lint as well as when stiff, put a lit tle common baking soda In ome hot water; take the brush out of the sweeper and dip It up and down In this. LeHt dry in the sun and It will bc! lite new. Ualr brushes or any brush can be treated. In the same way nilh the best of results. -v man clat males money tot euy," said Uncle Kben, "takes his turn at tie hard work when It comes to ex- Uncle Eben. plnlnln' how he got It." Prevents Accidental Poisoning, To present Ik.Iviii being used In mistake for iiiitllciiie tin Inventor has put .lied n bottle Willi I lie neck at onj side and fun "I 'lint Its con' tents ciintuit be itirid out without careful manipulation. Not Knocking Mazle. Chorus Ijidy "Muzle Mlddleton lob me tiiat iu umkes sonic easy money niornliiL's UH n headund-nccmodel for n viilptnr." Show I Cirl "I shouldn't I nil MirtrleiL Sonic sculptors, .von kmiw, imike specialty of gargoyles!" HtilTalo Express. Why Crescent la Turkish Symbol. When Constantinople was it Hymn tine city, Philip, the father of Alexan der the Great, tried to reduce It by siege. He was mixiiccessful by day, and when he thought to take the city ' by surprise In the dark the cri cent noon and stars appeared and exposed his warriors tu'the citizens. In honor of her protection "f the city (he built ttaluo to Dlsa and made the crescent the symbol of the city. Cheerfulness Requires Courage, Love Apples. Low. apples. caUed'year others, and Is not good form. No mai ler how hard life may he. one must I (keep from scolding unil mow Hug ami f ,.n,ti,tul,ilnm ami . l.l,l.ii, n twl ln,11r.k III tears and grief only In one's own Beautiful Dresrri Faded. Helen was told (die would have to room. Chicago Kveufng Post. ' wall unlll her birthday for if new 'doll. I boV n'hionth Shettrledto Set. An apparatus for transmitting pic ecemel n long time to'nalt.'OriH-inorn-Inshe nnok tiilte early, sobbing tures electrically is among the latest loudly. Her mother asked what 'was 'scientific toys. It is described and . "Me wrong.-dreamed me had a doll, In Popular Mechanics Magbut-woku up and found my" dream azine. The sending mid receiving In poiiesl," cried Helen. struments nre synchronized by a steel rod, although another system may be need for Innger-rangwork. A photoSource of Amber and Jade. graph must tlrvt he reproduced on a It is tit the source of the Chludwen, copper plate, which Is rolled over the r western branch of the lrrawaddy, cylindrical platen of the sending mathat the famous umber and Jade mines chine. A needle against It travare which have supplied Oil mi with els from one endheld the roll tn the of these much-prizestoues for other, tind the picture Is reproduced on paper at the other end of the line. In! I matoes were thought to son. . : If nweetbrarts would, divide one and detail of one's to keep a eat It together, no adverse fate Could smiling face In public. A display of partthein. .Hhere'tves real liraery In hysteria Indicates considerable Indlf tills slwplcoet;: far, Incarlyiihrya, to- ference to the rights and comfort of rank poi Is what tomatoes were It takes a goo I deal of courage tn ngu.vvheu It was told that. seem cheerful in wartime, yet It Is n TREES. WE GROW A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF FRUIT AND SHADE TREES, SHRUBS, VINES, ROSES, PERENNIALS, EVERGREENS, FREE CATALOG. fact "Everything for orchard, Lawn and Garden". H. F. HILLENMEYER and SONS, 2 S Lexington, Kentucky. (No Agents.) mSMMiaaaaaaaaaau tSOS U AS. C. IIAHBIS, H. U. UNOStV, ks lr,lt'al S..Ur, fnoUomt Commercial School A Jit GUTHRIE sisuuslv STREET, iHCoaeonATSD institution or lkannino LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY North of Posioffio Trains younv men and women for Business or Civil Service poaitiontv All who desire to aualify for either or both lines of employment should write for full information at once. "f '" alarmed the holders of com. and there , has Wen u price detlltie of from 25! Committee, representing the :. t.. an.- - iu.i j pn. ken, pnrl l( Ipotlng cenis to so cents ier In forslgn or Llteslixk Siihinmiiiliirc of the AgriLene Vlllsce that the neiuiuulatlons of low priced tiers, together nlth the Allied (niters, cultural Skhhlnw is Ibe not Inappropriate Adilnry llenntr together corn III the Argentine and South Afrl-- I all under (he Chalrmauhlp of tin' wllh aperhil an Ins members and the nnme nf 11 village In Knglnnil that has r would, nnon the ndent of Iieacel l001! Ailmliiltrallon. the follow Ine 1111 representatives of the lin kers, to only 11 single Inhabltuiit. The lone the present tiiisatlafnrtory situ- villager nf KMiMuw rinii!nlii ami liberated shipping, become nwilla-- J lerlaklii(r has been ghen by the paik- ation, which has unfortunately rrMlll - thi-rere--' no nter-sc- cr ble to the European market has he cannot tideed hcaue of the Injection of unconn tilo prepare tin- - voters' llt and nre aled a great deal of apprehension mil In view of the undertakings alt-- llne-fnrt ,,f '''""I AdinliiUlrallon with trollable factors. church nr public building 1111 which to the purt of corn holders. This We aak Ibe prislticer to 'sard li. the losinllnalrd pun buses "publish" one, as Ihe law requires. has spread fear among swine growers wllh u In n mint ilimrnlt ' "'V'""'1 ."' "" "' that 11 similar reduction In the prices' " ':'M"1,;lm-1"The of the 1'iMlfen'llCe " -"" The Snake's Rattle. of hog, would naturally follow. More . w ere : . The rnttle nf the riittlcsuake la over, the lower range of corn price ilerlake lint to purchase hugs rnidiicera- - II. ' Stuart, lllk (Jar-dtn- . fur less ru than the following agreed would, If Incoriwratcd In h Va, Chairman Agricultural Ad- tchitei from the slniflt iniilde seal, minimum, or spine which In ruoM tlo, obvlouly result In a continuously for the month of Not ember, that Is 4 visory rtoard; W M. McFaddeu, III.; A. Stkes. Ida lirose, la.: snakes forms the Internal tegument of falling price for Ihe hogs. In view dully minimum of JI7.."il per hundred the tali. The Ismh- - mi which the rm'if of these changed renditions man pounds on at erase of packers' dnne, John M. Knard, Ames, In.; J. II. .Ve- of tbo rattle re. Is miHM nf the last rier, Lite Stork-- Commission for Kanlowe deluding throw-outs- . "Throw outs swine producers anticipated lid Is cuti-ri-wllh H sas: j. c. iimwn, Morion, Ind.; K. 1" prices and ss a result ruthetl the! to be defined as pigs under skin which la Ihe nf the rathogs to market In large numbers, nnd pounds, Hugs, boars, thin sows and Drown, President Chlratn IJtestock tle In young laltleanakes. 'kips, further that no hogs of any Kxibauge; N It, (lentry, Sedalla, Mo.; this overshlpment has added tn and kind John (Iratlsii, llroomfleld. Colo., Fu shall be bought, except throw-nutaggravated the decline. at leu than sitlSo per hundred gene Funk, tllomiilngtnu. III.; Isaac New Yerk's Systematic Growth. The Information of the Oeparlmen IHiunds. The aterngc of packers' Lincoln, Aberdeen, S. I)., (' W. Hunt, A remarkable fnm-as- t of of Agriculture Indicates that the sup drotes to he construed as thu m erase l.cgan, la.; C. K. Vanrey, W It. l)o.l-I'll- . nf New York Is l.niugtil tn light III ply of hogs baa Increased about 8 per of the total tales In the maiket of alt copies of the Srtentlllc American for Food Administration cent, while the highest unofficial est bogs for a given day. All the abote llrrliert Hoo Kcptemlier N, ISrtt. A stitlstlrlun f.r ter, F. S. Snyder Major K. U Hot, 0. the manual nf the common cnuuctl mate does not exceed 13 per cent. In lo be based on Chicago. We agree that a committee shall he II. Powell. shows the population nf the city to creased production over last jeiir. On Department of Agricultur- e- Nmls Increase until the other hand, the arrival of hogs appointed hy the Food Administration l!t would have made lo check the dally operations In tho P. Hall, F. It. Marshall. the isipiilallon of New York S,U37,-ltcI- , during the last three weeks In the The packers present and others it figure almost In record vi lilt various markets with a view lo super the censeven great markets has been "7 per vision aud demonstration of the carry sharing In foreliu orders were repre- sus nf that lime. cent, more than last year, during the Ing out of the above. sented hy Ihe elected packers' commit. corresponding period, demonstrating The ability of the packers to carry Ire. Thoe represented were: Eskimo Kayak. the unusually heavy marketing of the out this srrangement wilt depend on Packers Armour A Co, Chicago, One nf the mldcst crafts ever seen available supply. In the face of the mere being a normal marketing of III. ; Curtahy Packing Co.. Chicago, III , mar I'rnvlnrelnwn, Mass, was Ihe A Co, Chicago, III.; Swift A mgs based upon Ibe proportionate In Mnrrls excessive receipts some packers have kayak. In which Kxplorrr Donald not maintained the price agreed Issl crease over the receipts ef last year. Co., Chicago, III.; Wilson & Co., Chlcn II. MnrMlllon paddled about. The many The Increase In production apars to gn. III.; John Agar Co.. Chliago, 111 On the other baud, month. kayak Is a man's canoe and Is built of the packers have paid over the be a maximum of sbout 13 per cent. Armstrong Packing Co, Isllas, Tex Itojd I Minimus A Co., Chicago, III . mi a frame on which Is stretched skin, snd we can handle such an Increase. price offered to them In an endeavor If the producers of hogs should, as llrennan l'aiklng Co.. Chicago, III,. water tight. It Is handled with a douto maintain the agreed price. The re they In the past few weeks, pre Cliiiliinatl Abattoir Co., Cincinnati, ble paddle. Is decked over, and, with hse sult In any event has been a fsllure maturely market hogs In such Increas O. Cleveland Provisions Co, Clete- - jnn expert In It, Is one nf the ssfrst to maintain the October price basis Ing numbers over the above It Is en land, (I.; Cudaliy llros. Co, Ciulahy smalt craft known. September cott tlrely beyond the ability of the pack Wis.; J. IHild Packing Co, ItilfTalo, .S determined upon at the terence und undertaken hy the pack' ers to maintain these minimum, and V ; Diinlety Packing Co, Pltttburg, Success Came Lata In Life. Pa ; J. II. Decker A Sous, Maaou City contributing to therefore we mutt hate the ers. Another factor Among the small group of brilliant Packing Co, Ftans the break In prices during the month linn of the ptoducer himself to main la.; Fviili-rll- le women Journalists of Ihe last rentury It Is a phjtlcal vllle. Ind. ; Fast Side Packing Co., F.ast has been the Influenza epidemic; It tain these results. IjiuIs. III.. Ilammimil Standl.li A . "pny run statins nut as n uniqi. has sharply curtailed consumption of Impossibility for the capacity of the SI. packing houses to handle a similar Co, Detroit, Mich.; CJ. A. Ilormel A figure. For, allhouith she was mar-- . pork products und temporarily de oter-floobefore she ever at- of hogs and to find a market Co., Austin, Minn.; Home Parking A creased the labor 11011 of tlie patkera became one of ar the output. The packers are sux lie Co, Terre Haute. Ind.; ludepeud I ,'''lll",, " about -- j per cent. authors of the day, uol with the producers ent Purklng Co, Chicago. 111.; luillanlous to The eitiorts of 1M,000,000 pounds In maintaining a stabilization of price epulis Abattoir Co, Indianapolis, Ind.; ' an ucr ,lr"' l"""K " extent of pork products for October com and to see that producers receive a Intrrnallnnal Provision Co, Ilnxiklyn, of 1.12,000 almost a recnnl for thna about G!(,000,000 pounds falc price for their products. pared with lays. N. V,; Interstate Pucklng Co, Wlnoua, In October a year ago, and the Minn.; Iowa Patklng Co, Des Moines, (Signed) TIIOS. E. WILSON. export orders placeable by the food la.; Powers llegg Co, Jacksonville, Chairman Packers' Committee. Administration for November, amount Husband Alleges Deception. The plan embodied above was adopt. III.; Klngan A Co, Indianapolis, Ind.; A California man testlfles In the ill to 170.000.000 r pounds as contrastKrry Packing Co, St, lxjula, Mo.; Lake exports' of e4 by the conference. ed with vnrcr stllr that whin be was enurtlnf The Fowl Administrator has sppolnb Frle Provision Co, Cleveland, .; 08,000,000 for November, 1017. The ft I sea at I In altvnvs Co, Milwaukee, Wis.; 0rer Mater his wife ncreased demands or tne sines are ed a committee, comprising Mr. Thomfront A llro, Sedgwick and lleetbnten leadingdoor with a kitchen apron on as E. Wlltuu, chairman of the I'mt' continuing, and are In themselves him .0 believe she was dome streets. Chicago, 111., J. T McMillan nroof of the necessity for tne largn ers' Committee; Mr. Kvcrett limn 11, Co.; Kt. Paul, Minn.; Miller A llsrt, tic In her tatle, ami ufler he married v. men tne auhuu- - president of the Chicago Livestock hi Chicago, III.; J, Morrell A Co, Oitiini production for he lenrneil to his dlauiay that she hat) change; Major Hoy of the Food Ail Istratlon asked, 'ine increase in wn. In.; Nuckolls Pocking Co, Pueblo, never even learned how to boll au egg demands anpeara to be amply ministration, Mr, Louts D. Hall of the Colo,; Ogden Packing und Provision and that stie gHVe him the niternatlvi undertake, the sufficient to tcko up the Increase In Ilureau of Markets, to Co., Ogdell, I'tllh, lllllo I ".in Mini Co. of iHiurdlng or clearing nut. IIoutor lh lu.g productlJti. but unfavorable mar-ke- t supervision of the execution of Pott. plan In ths various markels. Coinuil" Cleveland, (.; Parker Webb A Co, Deconditions existing In October in troit, Mich.; I'lltsburg Packing and no fair Index of the aggregate slon men are asked to carrying out the plan embodied In the Provision Co, Pittsburg. Pa,, ltath Yet, Guest. supply and demand. packers' agreement. It must be evi Packing Co., Waterloo, la,, Huberts K When n .tilling 11 sits hi 111 must be evident that the euor- - dent .tke, Chicago, III. . Itul.e A Neu that offers by commission men In nnna shortage In fats In the Central York t'ityj'W, O. llouth Ac Co, lguns. down In his easy ehulr, and Ida child-wif- e hogs below the mlulmum eatsbslips quietly along, sits down In countries would sell Umpires and neutral llshed above Is not fair, either to the Hirt, Ind.; St. Uiuls lud. Packing Co, Immediately upon peace result iu uu- - producer or the participating packers. St. Louis, Mo.; Sinclair A Civ, T. M. Ids lap and irlntes with tears trlrkllin; dltlonal demands for !ork products Mr. Drown has undertaken on behalf Cedar Itaplils. la , Sulllvuu A Co, De don 11 her voice that she hasn't hail a ton of the heavy sntpments eti. Provision new hut In three mouths guess, genof the commission men In Ihe Lnlted troit, Mich.; Theurer-Nortiito the Allies, would tend materially States that they will loyally support Co, Cleveland, O. ; Wilson Provision tle reader which la the easier (or tho the American exports, In- the plan. to Increase Co., Peoria, III.; Western Packing and unensler), Ibe chair or the hatband. asmuch as no considerable reservoir of Is believed by the conference that Provision Co, Chicago, III,; Clmilis It supplies exists outstde of the United Old English Holidays. plan, based na It Is upon a Wolff Packing Co, Tupcku, ICin. Btates. It seems probable that the this new In the list of old lAullsh holidays supplies would be positive minimum basis, will bring betpresent prospective Candlemas February 11 aver producer tin the date nadequate to meet una worm utmauu ter results to the on which we now look for the ground-bo- g Worth Knovlnj. age prices for the month. It docs not with tho return to peace, bo far as It The ihisi olllie has no special de lu forecast the wen I her, und Old ap limit top prices and mould narrow s misslble to Interpret this fact. It necessary to country buy partment for hamlli II, which is now Int. in marked Cuiidleinus, pears that there should be even a the margins observed at St. Valentino's day. It Is " Haste." KaiiKia cut, Journal. stronger demand for pork products ers In more vsrlabla markets. the plan should work out after the war, and therefore any alarm believed thataverage. of hog producers as to the effect of close to $18 Swine producers of the country will peace Is unwarranted by the outlook. own Interest by In the light of these circumstances contribute to their flooding the market, for It must be It Is the conclusion of the conference not an excessive over perIt that attempts to hold the price of bogs evident that hogs Is markettd lu any to the price of corn may work out to centage of producers. one month price stabilization and conthe disadvantage of pork It Is It Is the conclusion that any Interpre- trol cannot succeed, and can certain contritation of the formula should be a that producera themselves If you are going to have u materially to the efforts of the broad gauged policy, applied over s bute mark-etln- g long period. It Is the opinion of the conferences If they will do their In as normal a way ss possible. SALE-TU- RN conference that In substitution of the the The whole sltuaflon ss existing at previous plans of stabilization Live Stock Subcommittee of the Agri- present demands a frank and explicit and get the benefit of his 1 5 years experience cultural Advisory Board, together with assurance from the conferees reprethe specially Invited swine representa- sented namely, that every possible NO SALE TO SMALL AND NONE TO BIG tives, should sccept the Invitation of effort will be made to mslntsln a live the food Administration to Join with bog price commensurate with swine FOR SCOTT. the Administration snd the peckers In production costs snd reasonable selld ing values In execution of the declardetermining the prices at which export orders are to be placed. ed policy of the Food Administration This will be regularly done. The In- to use every agency In Its control to fluence of these orders will be directed secure Justice to the farmer. The stabilization metnous taopteu Lancaster, Ky. to the maintenance of the common object namely, the stabilization of the for November represent the best efGarrard County's Leading Auctioneer. rice of live bogs se ss to secure ss fur forts of the conference, concurred In returns to the by the Food Adinlslstrstlea so the Jr H Is possible-fai- In accordance nlth the policy of the food Aduilnlf Irntlon slnte lis foundation to consult representative men In the agricultural Induatry on ixTBlmts of liuMirlntice to apeelsl branches of the liidustr), on October il theio s cotneneil In WnsliltiRtoit a meeting of the Lit - StotK Subcommittee of Hie Agricultural Advisor Hoard and the spetlsl 111.ml.rra rrpriaentlug the snlue Industry to consider tho alluallou In the hg uuirLel. The conference lasted for three iIhjs, snd aluriup this tlmo met with the eiccutlve coinmllteo of the fifty packing firms participating In foreign orders for pork products and with the members of the I'ood Administration directing foreign ork purchases. The rnnclilslnns of the confeience Mere n follous: Tho entire marketing situation has producer and the ltmirance of an ade- so changed since the September Joint 1'iHte future niil . These forelcn orders are placed conference as to necessitate an entire alteration In tho plans of price stabl Ulin the hnsls of coat of hoes to the . barkers. -. ..,11, i... sPljBlsJtS4 J VjjHjlltr iBjRfciQrHCSs. sJaHs'JHlHaHlB BASTIN net,.llls BROTHERS, LANCASTER. KY. ' tk wb'ol "I". lln, LET SCOTT DO IT IT OVER TO SCOTT' A. T. SCOTT, The Central Record, Thursrlav. Nov 21 Kentucky Crop Report As Of November 1st, 1918. I In. . 1918. 5 n few r). rt ihntdelayedfarmerV ila, the ly ' uince of the No., i" .srp ?e i ret; on r, cropa jMda con It niaile mil tobacco, ucilli'-is riiiirely bussed. Yhr-fat- ' 'In if mablr been most The rireuth wa broken mi l then. ha. Irrn inffkk-n- t rainfall to Inrv the I'litturm tho ctn-- j fall sown grains. nnd . nu?ntly nlsu in good condition the prespte for wheat rrop fir 11)11), The area of( re most excellent. wheat Nwn M increased and phows cent, nhlch means nn In-st 1 1 of ercon- - over last ear' mri-tigrent. Condition of name is civ- - j tn Nt !7 per cent. Wheat seeding Is still irT progress ill ome localities, In many localities more rjc is being town, ucrcnge fur the State being mvin at 05 per cent, nml conditions, of s.tire ut PS per rent., which shows' n, much better prospect for this crop at lompared with 11I7. Unrlfj" ( acreage in KU ;er rent and condition ii given nt Dft per cent The fall grain crops ore in good romlition n nil the outlook In most fnvor.ihle hoth as I to acreage nml romlition. Corn crop in liitht, The druuthl thiz jenr injureil the corn rrop very Some of the title corn i materinlly. toming out better than it was ex- ptcted The yieM us n Slate nveriiKe Is UR bushel per acic, which i bushel per acre less than hist year's.) a', imlicnle average. Thin would U7.50n.000i yiel.I of lomelliiiiK tl liuslwl lor the entire Mine lorn hutking U still in progress The in erase etimnte on Hurley tobacco gives n yield of X13 pounds per acre while Dark tobacco has an wnstimatcd yiel.I of KR& pounds per Mre. This Is iignirr in noui insiait qui I cc than last year, hut of ity. It u early to give nn cstlinatj.! ield of hemp hut the prelum estimate (five SUM. pouml rer A very light crop of potatoes i.aHh.1 Tl... purlv rrmi UBi lfOrllt ... ..- ,i. i. .... ine uur cfi' iis ntuwi wvn.i hi. yiel.I as n State average is esumnieu at 71 bushels rcr acre, and sweet potuHes at B bushels per acre. failures, have improved and show All classti condition of B2 per cent. es of live stork aie in good condition anil the numbtr on band as rompnred with an aeruge ear shows m fol lows : Horcs No. on hand 92 per rent: rendition 'J'J pir cent. Cattle, No. on hand 31 per cent; condition 94 per cent. Horn, No. on hand 31 per cent condition 94 per cent. Sheep, No. on hand, h9 per cent condition 91 per cent. Taken as a whole the report this month Indicates that the average yields have been cut down, which is largely attributable to the drouth, but the fall has been favorable for sowing the (train crops and housing of corn and tobacco and considering the extreme shortage of labor, farm work Is only In fairly good shape for the winter. MAT S. C01IKN. Commissioner of Agriculture, Frankfort. Ky. l lm SALE 1 OF- - pr Henry County On Jl? (ii a I atasS. 3 tJ H cLV'tLuhiwd d0UKhnuts that just keep you hanKini; 'round the pantry all nude with toe pjH BJ HHHHHHHmilH CALUMET Wednesday, Nov. 27 Acres of this Land is now in Blue Grass of Long Standing Mostly Virgin Soil. - I BAKING POWDER economical klniT Tir it dri t luaybaVjdiy You wve when ou buy I' You save hm you use it. Ca'urvtrontair on' vch the tafesl, purtir, most K PH BB JmsW failurci." E' sB K BEGINNING AT 1:30 O'CLOCK P. M. !' I will sell on tho premises, located about one mile from Sulphur, Henry County, Kentucky, on the L .& N. Rail Road, my farm known as the Foote place and containing 144 acres and 139 poles of very fertile land, well watered and under good fence. 12 ti.i This place will be sold in two tracts and then as a whole, the way bringing the most money will be chosen. TRACT NO. 1. Contains about 42 acres of good fertile land, unimproved. TRACT NO. 2. Has about 103 acres, is the home place, and on it is a good residence of six rooms, three porches and pantry, good cistern at porch, underground dairy and other outbuild ings. Stock barn with stanchions for nine head of cows and room for as many more with room for feed to winter them. Good crib near barn, eight acre tobacco barn and new stripping room. This is an excellent farm,, gently rolling and very fertile. NO WASTE LAND. Cleaning Wax Candles. Wax candles whli-l- i hai bream dusty can be mail iwrfectly while tiy rublilnK tlirm Willi u rlran piece o! flannel dipped In plrlM of wine. Few Really Sincere. Sincerity li an uik-un- i of bcart we find It lu very few people; what we usually nee Is only un artful dissimulation to win the confldence ol others. Linked France and Scotland. surrounds the (injvj of fotlj2j In th British coat of anus Is tbo emblem nt preservation or protection. A legend Mates that the bonier was given to Achalus, king of tbe Scots, by Charlemagne as a pledge that the French lilies should defend the Scottish linn. The significance of this lies In the design of the border, which Is composed i of fleur-de-liSigners of the Declaration. The American Declaration of Independence was algned by every mensber of the continental congress that made It. There were three signers from New Hampshire, five from Massachusetts two irom Ithode Island, four from Connecticut, four from New York, five from New Jersey, three from Delawure, nine from Pennsylvania, four from Maryland, seven from Virginia, three from North Carolina, four from South Carolina 'and thrw from Georgia. Many Uses for Kapok. Kiipok Is the name applied to the silky flher fouud around the seed ot the tree (Hrlndendron ThU tree Is fouud In all tropical countries nnd Is very ahun diuit lu Java, which furnishes n Inrgt part of the commercial aupply. Kapok Is Imiiorled Into the United Staler In Inrge quantities, principally froir Java, uml Is used as filling for mat lre.si.es, pillows, cushions and life ure-fcervers of various kinds, nnd as an up lidlstery material. Tbe small lionler, or treasure, which Will Grow Hemp, Tobacco, C:rn, Wheat OR ANY OTHER CROP GROWN IN KENTUCKY. This place must be seen to be appreciated. Is in a high state of cultivation and ready for pur chaser to get a big income from his land. "Would make an ideal dairy farm. This home is in a good neighborhood, near churches and school.being about one mile from a good shipping point where stock, crops and product from the farm can be easily marketed at Louisville or Cincinnati, since location is on line between above named cities. TERMS: One third cash, balance in one and two years with six per cent on deferred pay ments with lien on land. Approve bond on day of sale will be required of purchaser. Any further particulars call on or address, What Sivcj '. Tbe thing that in tlda lift I an occasional op . .y'j In smlll at Its follies. iMll.twre .mi. Reasons ! Why jrou il:ould use Gtrdul, woman's Ionic, lor your troubles, have been shown in thousands ol letters from actual users of this medicine, who speak from personal expeiience. K the icsulls obtained by other women tor $u many years have been so lv Rood, uiiy not Rive Carilui a ttWi JOE HAMILTON, BUENA VISTA, KY. Capt. jfi T. Scott, Auctioneer. Mr, Joe I'ortwood and funilly of Cut Knst were guests of Mr, nnd Mrs. Sparks Dock Simpson, Friday and Saturday, Horn to Mr. and Mrs. Woods Ilur- Mr. and Mrs. John Lnnd, Mr.' nnd ton, u Krl. Mrs. Harvey Teater nnd Miss Her-nic- e Master Kilwnrd Tcuter was tjultv Tenter, motored to Nichobuville nnd Lexington, Friday. ill llio putt week. Mr. J. It. Sparks suit! u mule to Mrs. Lucas Foster received u message Friday that her sister was very Mr. Tandy Center. Mr. Henley I'urtwood was u truest ill nnd will be taken to Danville for of Mr. Luriis Foster, Kridny iiiht. aij opernticn this wetk. Ganuin Kanawha Salt will save .Mrs. Kliznbetli Ilurton spent Sat It is gusrantecd lu b urday Willi Mrs. Millie Whlttakcr. your ' th belt salt mad. Mr Thompson Davin and Mrs. John Hudson, Hughs &. Farnaa. Land motored to Winclicstr, Tuesday, Mr. nnd Mrs. Lucas Foster and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Grow ure two children, Mrs. Allen Teuter and proud parents of n son, born Novem- Mr. Klbcrt Teater, motored to Pulas ber tho 12th. ki, Tuesday to sec Mrs. Fosters parMr. unci Mrs. Hiram Land are par ents and sister. ents of a son, born the IStli of NoMr. and Mrs. J. M. Anion and Mr, vember. James Sebastian were In Stanford Mr. and Mrs. OtU Stotts ure Thursduy for the funerul of Mr. welcoming n little daughter who ar Anion's Mr. Anderson, rived November Will. who died at the home of his parents, flu. Maggie Whlttakcr und daugh there of Influcnia.last Tuesday. Mrs. Ellen Hurt has moved to Poor ter, MUs Mary Stella, were guests Hidge to a home erected for her by Tuesday, of Mrs. Dock Simpson, CUNN'S CHAPEL. .Mr, Vincent is ijulle ill. Phone 55-- G Bryantsville Exchange. Take CARSUI The Woman's Tonic Mrs. Mary J. Irvln, ol Va., writesi "About It years ago, 1 suffered unloM misery with lemale trouble, pains, headI ache, numbness would so for three weeks almost bent double My husband went to Or. for Cardui . . . Alter taking about two bottles began going round and when I look three bottle I could da all my work." K-- her nephew, Mr. Meade Teater and First Electric I lnhi.,t ri. will make her home there. Mrs. Aurora, III., was the ttrt Hurt'r many friends regret for her world to have lt Mrceta city lu th lighted hj to leave this community, but wish electricity, tbut method of Illumination for her pleasure, good health nnd the imwng neen installed there In 1SS1. best of care In her new home. OH. IF I COULD Cullen, Influenza? La Grippe? Foley's Honey and Tar It covers the roufih inflamed throat with a soothing healing coating, clean away the mucus, stops the tickling and coughing, now. cases is just what every; sufferer of influenza or la C.rippe needs , I mt. Ancient Paragrapher. Doctor Johnson, lu writing a poem from time to lime wnnlil run i.u n. ger down the page, counting the t lo tee bow iniinr more hn hn.l tr. -- i... The doctor bail hlx reseinhlaiiee tn r iwruernpner. St. Louis illnhe-Deim- v crut. Sneetlng Superstitions, la Siotlar.d ll tun been mulutulned hut Idiots ure incapablo of aneezlug, mil the power to do so bus been Iceiucd evidence of th) possession ot l certain degree of Intelligence. It vai u Flemish hellef that a sneeze luring u couterbatlou for a bargain proved that what you mid wui the Irutlu The Chinese ticlteve that a ineezu on New Year's eve means bad luck through the coming jeur. The Japanese hold that oue sueezu means that some oue Is praising you, two hiw .blame, whereas. If you sneeze three times, jou are merely lib Break this cold!" 'Almost as soon as said with Dr. King's New Discovery Get a bottlo today! The rapidity Ilh wl.Wi this fifty d family t cmjily relieves coughs, attacks Is vhat has kept Its popularity on tlia locrcau year by j eer. This stindard reliever cf colds and coughing spells never loses friends, le docs quickly and pleasantly wlut It is recommended to do. Ona trial puts it la your medicine cabinet as absolutely ladispenuble. Sold by all druggists. year-ol- ... colds and mild bronchhl ... bronchial wheezing. and night keep the tightness and Day Foley's HoneyTar handy It gives ease and com fort from tne very first dose. Buy it Now. STORMES DRUG STORE. Bowels Usually Clogged? Regulate them with safe, Dr. King's New Correct that biliousness, tour stomach, tongue coat, tiag to sure, fills. headache, by elimla Life The Central Record, Thursday, Nov 21. 1918. VICTORY WON. $5 to $20. WE ARE PROUD OF THE GREAT VICTORY WON BY OUR BRAVE SOLDIERS ACROSS THE SEA, WHICH INSURES THAT FUTURE PEACE AND WELFARE, CHERISHED SO DEARLY BY EVERY AMERICAN. Wo me also proud of our own efforts In being able to assemble one of the BEST STOCKS OP CLOTHING we have ever s'lown, notwithstanding the unheard of scarcity of wool, caused by war. We now have PURE ALL WOOL SUITS in stock made for us by HART SCHAFFNER & MARX and other well known brand", at prices which we think are unusually tow considering the conditions Today. MENS SUITS & OVERCOATS $15. to j40. BOYS SUITS & OVERCOATS MENS SHOES AND FURNISHINGS LADIES AND CHILDRENS SHOES -- We believe in qunlity nnd enrry this idea out in every line, so you may rest assured when you trade at this storethatyou will Ret your moneys worth and we are always ready to make Rood. JAS. W. SMITH, Lancaster, Kentucky. Ccpj-rft- 151! Hut SchsilMi S. Mm HOUSE OF QUALITY. I ,c"1'11' plus two thirds of its they can do better now. respond ,,"nUf 'The Work Of The Red (greatly and freely to its'" obligation Arnold. According to General Oil now line. Friends will learn with regret, the mankm.i. nn'' opportunity incorporated. The gfcfa wu,.c pieceworkers Pont it will take about tw., Cross Is Not Finished. death of Henry C Arnold son of Mrs. 11. K IIOWNK, suei Werkly. ,d the factory had been far years to demobilize theAmeri-- l Ike Arnold, formerlv of this countv of a "Carry On" is the Division Manager 'behind on its contracts; so can army. There will be plenty ftnry , wci rrmembered here where J. E. ROBINSON. EwroR. Itrtl Cross statement of policy jut is he spent most of his young life. He . Ijioal Editor nnd Mgr. 'every one was better off. R. L F.LKIN. of work for our soldiers to do sued by national Red Cross head home in Spring fit), LAW REGARDING died at in France after peace has been quarters in view of the apparent The obviousness of the .Tenn.. on Entered st ik Milfn In lsncsi'er. K? nth. at which signed, so that there is no fear nearness of peace. is a satire on our ss'Sefon.l ( Ui Msll Msllcr Teachers Pay During piace.i he m..i n.ed for the ti , This statement which quote be at the progress of the of a period of unemployment )ii-iq'rrniur ,iiii miirt lie nui i Member Kentucky Press Association enraged in the livery business. He world. Kvery fool in every age nOhutne. On the contrary, the low it probably the most important mi Iteil Cross document issued in recent was thlrt fiie mr old and is surhas had the knowledge that work of reconstruction will i mnrith. With n.iir, imiium.nt inn Eighth District Publishers Lesgue. The following letter has been sent vived by hi wife, who was many factory superintendents mean a iremenuous circulation tno doubt, arc beimr besieeed with to Superintendents throughout the tie Nell, of Sunbright, Tenn Miss Un, ami Rates For Political Announcements ,.c onv Jllst beginning to use. of money and its distribution questions regarding the lied Cross state by Stale Superintendent Gilbert son nine years eld. Hostile these unili November 1.1th. 19 IK leaves a mother, two Uffi.-e-s 5.00, Adam had it when he first he into the hands of the masses in policy. Until some further word re ... For Precinct an.l Citv sisters, Mrs Dear Superintendent 00 Vor Countv Offices ld. I llurdette Itamsry, of Paint l.irk and' America, and the more readily garding policy reaches us for trans, to The law concerning the my uf Mrs. It. 1). give tor State ami District Unices.... igloo'?"" vou 'l""'1 1'itU. of Anderson, I ml., "'"-it is invested by them in sound mission to the chapters pleae K.10i l .l on and two brothers, ' teachers while schools are the following your earnest consideraFor Calls, per line hoth in the service dandy when you work da some- securities the faster will capi- tion and the fullest publicity. actount of epidemic .10 For Csrds. per line of the eountry. llurdette Arnold inter-ef- t Section 120, Common School U . Camp Sherman, thing about it. Change the tal be available for expanding We mU5trely upon our chapter for all publications in the )., and Ilirsm ArWhen any family shall have any in- nold with of individuals or expresprograms conditions, change your boss, reconstructive the American Kkpedition to chairmen to hold the Kcd Cross or- fectious, or contagious disease, im ary Forces. sion of inlivid'ial views, per ganizations together for the big tasks Funeral services were more iimbitius dimensioms. quit smoking, start smoking member of such family shall ultind held line .10, ahead. at Sunbright Methodist church Peace will bring with it a "On February lOtli last ear, near- any school until the trustees thereof 05 j no wnaiever is necessary, out ftbitusriei, per line greater stimulus to saving a- - ly six weeks before the United States shall allow them to do so; and during where the Interment took place. don't stay the way you are. unong the wage earners thnn declared war, National Kcd Cross the prevalence in the district of danObituary. Lucasltr, Ky.. November 21. 1918 ;ever inspired them before. And Headquarters advised its chapters to gerous epidemics, "the trustee shall DIME CAPITALISTS prepare for war. That whiih has order the school closed; but the teach Victor l.eavell, only son u Mr; here is the keystone of nation- followed in the record of the Kcd er sluill not be requ'ire.l to lose the T. l.eavell, of this city, died In' LexWORKING CONDITIONS In. many large banks theai prosperity Cross in helping to win the war and time if this forced suspension, un- ington Tuesday n(terniuii at six Several thing are more ex bond departments are being re- o'clock. to relieve the suffering growing out less so stipulated in his contract He had been reat suf. organized, and among new fea- It is the opinion of this Depart of it, contsitutes something of which haustive than work. ferer for a number uf ve.tr, nrf.l n ANOTHER GAR- .,u , .,.xngt,n where it a thot every American citizen has u right ment that School Hoards should pay To sit on a chair in the same itures contemplated is a greater, hesldemur RARD BOY to le proud. Kvery American Ited their teachers withouthave beenor ready n. woui,( tlf benefitted. His, r.mark. position for eiirht hours is more .abundance of bond issues in the Cross worker should feel a sense of tation for teachers be fortitude n the face u( hi nib-t- o The tiring than to dig in a garden lower denominations. Makes Supreme SacH- - 'gratitude in having had a share in it fulfill their contracts, some have. fortunt won the admiration and time, novations arise from the been heavy and the teachers' salar-- ,,3tby f ,n many friends, the same length of tall. fice In Flanders les at the mostare very small indeed, if vou know at theiviction of the directorates that Althts he sulfcred he wn The moment now has come to beginning of the first hour they will soon have to deal with! Field. for peace. Actual peace may so instead of tring to have the teach- heard to complain, and bore hksuf-er- s make up the time, make the best f,.rig, Witu philosophical a new type of investor the come at any moment; it may be de- what you have ahead of you. by inviting circumstances their tion. We will ni.t Ihlnk nf h.M u r rt,""f?w"" "V '" "" in"--- be no relaxa- - hearty FnMnrv fr..ni..n nd siiiier- - ;tvpe that has never invested be- -' .anse, revere., inesau news inrougi. in planning to ",t-,but evintemplate the tran.i-makj, r(.aly here there can V V' up the work in the remaining tion with Coltmu ,he War Department last Saturday, tion jn ay Kvd Cf0 Hrort ll)cilIl.,lt intelldents have been fenlizing time. It is possible to make up n Those of us who have been morning that his son, James Calico. 't0 actUc hstilitle- fairly gen-- , "What we call lfe is 'a )ourmy ti this. It few days time by eliminating holi-erally some 'time ago, but the in the habit of putting their had been killed in action on the Westitut even with pcace, let no one ays, for instance, schools have gen-- . ilwlh. September 29th. And what we call death is a n ern front, suppose that the work of the I(ed erally taken two days knowledge was not applied savings into bonds hardly at Thauksgiv-- J port to life". The death" of this splendid young Millions uf Amer- - ing, observe one day. If schools Cress is finished. ize how widespread an ignor-th- e man l.r!fa t came conditions during Uia tint take arms. Thous- arc I week at Christmas, it would last year and a half which nce has existed regarding this immediate family, but to a host of 'lean boysthem still underand wounded, anils of arc sick unwise to break into the- - nest vreeki class of investment. IJut any friends he had made during the young,'Owing to Card Ol" Thanks. gave us a few the shortage in shipping it to observe New Year. Then there, ... . Tlicy taught us that when we Liberty bond salesman has life he had spent near IMint Lick. : year or more to brng our nre other holi.la), that both teach- take u ; "ih to thank our friends tin- feet hvcry inch a soldier, standing neighbors for their kindness us at boys home from t ranee. .IJut what- - ers and pupils ought to be wil hng know what is wrong we will realized it by this time. He nnd two inches, and a perfectsix V speci- tol.L. deatluof our father, J. 1.toSm th. 'h? . . . . 'ever the time, our protecting arms .... escape trouble by putting it has worked to exhaustion an- forego. fi.r examina and are sure they will be rewarded. be boUt thm "' ,,,eir fnmi- - tions. Have closing oxircises-li- i swering questions which he!mi,,l In 1,1, home, hi, rhureh a.llmu,t ritrbt. thej , I p, mp IhpuhnM ' The Children. tuinml which mnt week following the close of school, anybody could an his community. , l r. . .i ... A short while ago a crew ot' thought i. pence And it is possible to ndd u few min - wnrk-im- r He enlisted in the service here on ciupsc ueiore liie nurniui mi in tn.nlon swer. "What's a coupon?' .rieU ie Card Of Thanks. can be resumed. utes to each day r ' gearing systems in speedonie- - "Can you buy groceries with Our soldiers and sailors ate enlistWe wish In thank our niny friends Tv Do The Required Work t tells ters for ordnance department W and neighbors for their loving kind";where he proved an apt soldier and ed until the Conunaniler-in-eihe- f In The Chen Tim. them there is no more work for them ness and tender sympathy offered u trucks. The wheels were not, after you have bought it? in a few months sent oversea,, Give more time ot much larger than those uscd.in "Mst you take it to Washing-- 1 The following from his pastor. Rev. to do in the war. Let every lied uch as Arithmetic and main subjects, during the long illness ami death of Knglish. Mske our dear V. M. Kldridire, portrays the charac- - Cron worker and member show our sister and daughter Watcklliakillg, and each girl ton to sell it?" wh " Kiven reluming Jioldiers and sailors that to longer assignments. J. W. Reynolds and fanuh of his ou" h 11 ,u in vn ii mow Tl,..s.. mvsl..i i, ,1 t .... im. ........... i.i Teachers make belter preparation till Vu:uiti w ui i lit rtiiiii health, welfare and his life for the worlds freedom from care for their may be shaft, gave them a tap with a cleared away, and most happiness we are enlisted for no less that longer assignments autocratic rule: Card Of Thanks handled in the tame time. Teachers know that you don't Jesse I). Calico, son of James A. a period than they were. and put them into n'Il We take ihis method of thnl;ln written reveal should hae well matured box. Then she took two more save bond coupons up to Calico, was born in Garrard county, 'The cessation of war will our friends and neighbors for their . misery such us the world plans. gears and repeated. She did a total of eleven hundred and Kentucky, January "th, IRBfi. He a. picture of Assigiundditiiuial sympathy shown 'm work tu be pre kindness and was killed in battle September -- 9th, has never seen before, especially In work not to be during the illness and death of our this all day sitting on achair at then trade them in for premium 1918, on the Western front in France. the many ocuntries which cannot help pared at home,-thi- s Son and brother. We assurj them or tobacco hunii-1I- c taking the usual coffee-pot- s The American people recited In class. a work-bencmaJc lc ,u,)rvme .ucrifice of themrelves. Use the lecture plan of recitation that their kindness will ever he retlors. The Liberty bond cam-- j his life for the worlds freedom from will expect the Red Cross to continue Interval at noon. membered. Thank Cod to net as their agent in repairing occasionally Then one of the girls iid paigns have elucidated these inutocratie tyranny Mr. nnd Mrs. Milton Ward and Give time to the brighter pupils bodies. precious sacrifice was not in vain. broken spirits and broken hi wntd to st.iml tinrt of th.. tllintrs and a few Others. children. In October 191U he united with Peace terms and peace conditions and more to the less brilliant. It has taught that the bond ,fli.. Plan our assignment several days time and work at a higher ILL- Priati. lun'nll rKllrll will determine how wc may best minAbility of th Agsd. bench. The foreman kicked, .department of a state or nat-a- u fhrj,tlan ufc was such that the ister to the vast stricken areas which or weeks uhead. that you may have; It bus i.flm the but yielded to a threat of alional finiik is widely different church later elected and ordained have been harrowed, by war and in well important points or principles i cannot learn n been said that a loan new trade after he N in mind, that yu can stress walkout, and in future the from a fraudulent bucket shop, j him a deacon. No one ever had this great net of mercy the heart and these and touch lightly oil the less forty, but this sliilement lias frequentpeople must g cause to regret the church s action or spirit of the American ly been disproved. Peter S, Dil I'oii" whole crew stood or sat neconl- - Hanks of standing cannot continue to be mobilized through the important. In other words, the less ceuu was elxbty ulien lie wrote, hi to doubt Godliness. time the teacher has, the nearer the to inclination. The output ford doubtful securities for sale Human life is not measured by American Ited Cross. valiuilde treatise on the (Vxliln Chithey prosper or decline in pro- - month!and jears. This short earthnearly doubled. On behalf of the War Council, we teacher should confine the lesson to nese luuguuge, and had only then re- i renlly taken up the study; and lie latu Then the girl responsible for portion as their eustoniers win ly life was well spent in the sphere accordingly atk each member of our the basic principles. Remember, a few principles well lllgelow was Mill of the reform asked to be put part or lose. One cheated customer where God had placed him. shirk- splendid bodybear workers throughout taught are better than manv poorly John out u book when an author turnlug be passed bis in mind the solemn the land, to ever no time on different work. Thcfcould set up a squnl that would ed There was faredduty he and health, obligation which rests upon each one taught. ulnety-lirtl- i blrthduy. I'liUail. Itihlu though it danger In summarizing the above, teatb. rn'dlC Ledger. foreman tried the suggestion wreck the institution, he.eould always be trusted to do to "carry on". We cannot abate one The movies haye fed us to his best. efforts or in our spirit. me pupu Dig tilings, in n big way to and found that. the variety act- -' His was a clean Chris- instant Hospitality. tian life that was a blessing in his There will be. an abundance of work give pupils big views. cd as n stimulus also that repletion on Wall street, Hoping There Is Do unconcern, almost suggestion one branch of production mances in which some sinister home, in his church, in his community to do and specific advices will be giv- may be of that the above the equal that of the hoMetn some help to teachers en, but even at the moment of peace, the world. fell behind he could get level broker always plays a lending and in memory of his life will be let no Ited Cross worker falter. and promising you the heartiest co- who pours Hie clotted cream on tne The guest's peurhc as If clotted cream by switching gangs. And thejiyart, and those who get their cherished by his loved ones and Our spirits must now rail us to operation of this Department, I am, were an everyday Incident In that jours very truly, show that it is not the roar of cannon, crow turned out each day two 'ideas from the movies felt more friends as a rich legacy, household, lllessed Is hospitality. 8t. V. O. GILBERT, Louis thirds of the work they had inclined than ever to hide their "Well dono good and faithful or the blood of our own alone that directs our activities, but that a great State Superintendent But servant." done under the former condi- - savings in mattresses. tlons The Central Recoro 'equivalent in the key-not- e Novi-nbe- r 1 pt 1111 l"ut-'- clo-e- . I in-f- " e watt-know- real-The- Ik-- s, ' ', I Tii.- - ' . ' ' w-- ' er lei-- s - af-in- iu-o- 1 t. s The Central Record, Thursday, Nov. 21. 1918 7 - having arrived j ustgoods are new and snappy Our has full line of ladies every thing new joseph mercantile the a company ready-to-wea- r in piece goods. f- Wy HAVE PUT THEM WITHIN ml any things suitable Such materials as we cannot Each garment carefully selected Price reductions on suits and coats re-bu- y all REACH OF ALL.' for xmas presents every thing you will want-w- e have. Rugs, carpets and mattings. Come direct from the mills. our complete line. Mailable Ranges S85.00 Cast and Steel Ranges r come in and let us show you. Ml week- - . !r Fred Frisbic spent the RATES. Mr. and Mrs. (icorge I). Kobinson ami ilautrhter. .Miss Minnie Mae were Single mentions tc nVor.l ! " .Mr. Dalton lilch of Camp Huell, visitors in Lexington. Saturday. No nd lakm for less than 2fc I Lexington, spent the week-en- d with Mrs. Charles Dcnman of Nicholas-vill- e in tins eoltimn. No a'ds in tt-Mnnurc Spreaders, Chenp. Oliver Riding . and Walliins C Plows, " . . . r-.J d his parent. Ir is visiting her sister, Mrs. II. V. column cl.nrged. lir iiRm ncaiers, vniericnn rencr, uu jiovci viicnp, jcluuu-hanMr. Helen llryant rpont the week, buggy and trap. Lard cant, Coal Hodt, Brooms, Roofing einl with homefolks Keltic Itol.in-o- n ha returned Bastin, for several days, this week. Seven insertions for Hie etc. from u several weeks visit to relatives Miss Mary Keid is confined to her price of llc. Mr. nml Mm. Kil.l Ro-- i spent lastn Cnmpbell-viil- e, Ky. home, with an attack i,f "flu" f.l. ' orders must lie juia week In I incinnatt. iT Mrs. Sallie I.auMin, Mis Shelby is doingnicely which Is gratifying to a promptly. t .. ..:-- .. 11 i . VI 11 f t- I . her friends. i The N"1 House. nml .Mrs Rose Mason were .ibi ..utauimi iimiin .KKXBXKUHKttltKiinilltKnilKlIitKn in I'ainl I.iek, this week. visitors in Lexington, last week. Mrs. James .'i for 'toys is very much bet-- , Mr. It. II. Ratson is spending sev- j .Mr Robert Kmbry, wife and son, ' KOK SALE:- - About fi3 bushels of ,,cr ,m,n' f fiends hope to see onions. Phone 307. eral iluvs in Crr.li Orehanl. Samuel, of Lexington, were guests of '''r Uo1 Noil. " I "ul ",on' Cook and Cecil Mr. ami Mrs" W. T West, last week. Misses .Marj.-l.rrun .l.l hive nice meat hi.e- Mis Herman Hoover of Troy, O., Call this lliititon have returneil to K. C. W. Mrs. 'Virgil Kinniurd who has been o.livc. 'with her parents for several months was called home last week on account .Mrs. (iinham I'riee of Danville, of the sudden death of her father. SAI.K: Some A- -l llarred is visiting Dr. and Mrs. J. II. Kin- was the truest of Mrs. Mattie Frishio rocK Koosters. 1..0 eair. Inaird. ..ir. James it. Smith. last w eek. J. Horraii Ballard, Hryantsiillc, Kv. .Mr. ami Mrs. I.on Uourne ami fanii- .sMr. and Mrs. Kraiier Hurt, and cn Mrs. Uoyston It.-iami Miss l.y.lia WANTED: To tend a crop or Jr., of Crab Orchard, wej-- ly who have been suffering with the May Hay spent Friday with Mrs. Nan-ni- e 1 Oftice 5. Can do any kind of guests of Mrs It. II. liaison, the jinst "flu" are reportedas improving nndwor'v 0,1 PHONES i Ilesiib-nc37'i, I.awicnce. jwork. hope to be out in a few days. Call' 'at this olfice. 2t.pi!. week. Gossip About $45.j pp'j A ml with wife im.I son. Mr. Charlie Anlerson was m Han- - llulimKWWMiluititjiifiWMHXejiiiut in- - j mil-may- on mumps. Dr. M. K. Dtnny is quite, sick with Little Murgorie Bastin is cenval- S.I lti at his home nil Hill Court. lerent since an attack of "flu". Mr mill Mrs. J. in K. ' Classified Column Second Hand Cook and Heating Stoves, John Deere Wagons, Ohio Silo Cutters, Petters Scales. Brl( 'y" ,,, Storims were , l!lt Com:rs, w ,rd recent visitors Lexington. - J. R. MOUNT & CO. O iW. . Ine va' ,, i,. S. HATFlEbD, j Dentist. Lancaster, c 1(0. ) RIGNEY Funeral OMIce Director IH, and Emhalmer. Kentucky. Plume Kesidfiur "Plume ill)." Lancaster, rss jf LOST I'air of specti-nia- n J. U. Moor-- 1 The many friends of Mrs. O. It. ' case marled "Miss Winslow" "lizzied" tii-'lsCarpenter will be pleaed to know-shto friends here. V.. - 0sley estcrday afternoon and Howard to finder.-.Mris improving from mi attack of Louisville " are due to return this evening. ," Messrs It, I.. 'Tomlinsuii and John the "flu" My farm 101! SALE on fall M In Danville on busigjr Dr. M .K. Denny, who has Lick pike, containing about sixty Mrs. Jesse llendren returneil to ness, Wednesday. V..-- I V confined to his home for the t ...i-- i acres. J. T. Manual, r iuir,, L':.i mier a muiun s (1 K. Chanip ami visit to her parents, Mr. .and Mrs. ten ilavs suffering an attack of "flu" Mr and Mrs.-has fully recovered and is 011 the j b ,'rTT2",, ,.,, SALE Miss llernice were visitors in Daic Taylor l'aney. Bookcase, one exteii- again at his office on Danville St. . ville the past week. sion table, six chnirr, dresser and two I Messrs Robert Kinnaird, Jim Woods Lieut. Luiian Orant has rcicntly beds. Jliss Jane Doty Miss Thompson spent the week-en,! William Kiuanaugh of Ctntru been promoted to the rank of Senior (U.21-2t- ) in Lexington. She was aeconipanled College, were with their home e Lieutenant, corresponding to a First by Miss Minnie Ilrown. . .,,1,., the I'oland China boar, Lieutenant m the army. By way of weight about 200 pounds. Last seen Miss Martha Ilettis has accepted a Misies Elizabeth Scott and Fran- being a veteran, he also wears the on Lexington pike. Call or phone. position in one of the leading de-- 1 cis Clark were unable to return to service chevron for his three month's ' Porter Rich. partment otsres in Lexington. Lancaster, Monday on account nf in the Navy. hoin i,k Hh th" flu. LOST Last Friday a six months Mrs. J. It. Conn entertained the Mr. M. D. Long and son Emmett, rresbytenan Mis.ionery-Soei.etyes.) Mr (;1.1Uil C()lm am t. left for IMggott. Ark., yesterday to old red Sliephard pup. Answers to Mi!l,es terday afternoon at a tea party. ,, MjU)).( ()flbring back the remains of neither name of "Billy". Liberal reward. jlau,, werp Lilly Rice. grand mother. Mrs. ltuckor atLo,,B xvho wn" lrowneil in that city W. M. Elliott, wife and Miss thir fw months ago. The body will FOIt SALE Two good cows, one ); Toinmie Francis left yesterday f.,r I'alnt Lick. Saturday ami Sunday. cemetery with week old calf by side, "U'K" , Louisville, to spend revernl day,. . .... other just upon its arrival here. I'rof. J. W. Cook has rcturncd'tii Sterns, Ky., after several days visit f. Mers J. A. Ileatley, and L. U. Davidson, i I s. i j 111,1 fr week-end- LOST-xBla- I ;r I ' - CHRISTMAS 1.: 11 ties us teacher I O Miss Mattic Adams returneil tni1' ... t nftPr m.vpnil In the business college I SHOPPING. Do it early and with Our stock is ready. te thetGov-crnmen- t. i PRICES RIGHT. Sander's Variety Store. WE SELL FOR LESS. ftx ruiNti KLACKLEGC.D5 TO VACCINMI orsT DllCHlta. Stmnlo. Safe. Effective. du to Murs. Ha VqiM ts ipllL Nl strtat U rsL Dbui'l Ml!. Ui to l iuircled uiultl Iks sits. ISA VUM rSlS Bsl IiOiiKLBIS. lor br MoRouerts Drug Store! SALE: thirty high griidv.- November 27th. They will have lots of good eats for your Thanksgiving ! Southdown evves and one buck. Will dinner. I'hone them mi l thev will 1 4""t' A. I). Bradshavv. have just what you want nml w ill up- -' preciate it too. p0R KENT:- -- Farm in Lincoln Jlnllevv 11. nun .Mrs. iv. u. ivoop. iir. ami ono .......i.. .....iin'..;., ' Will ,lr- , -J"n Feeney. of Ran .. McsdamcH llurnani and Chenault, Mrs. John Wynii. Mirs Fannie Dow.' "r ' Francisco, were pleasant guests (!) Miss Maria Roberts of Richmond, at- den and John M. I'urra, were V SU"nCr' relative, for a .few day, this week. V tended the Peace Celebration here in Lexington and Frankfort. Mrs. Feeney before her marriage win! day. Inst Thursday. (!) FOR SALE: Mis Ucrnlcc Haughmuii, of this coun-- l Eight young sows, .Mr. and Mrs. t). It; Carpenter and ly. This is Mr. Jessie Lawrence has returntheir first visit for six! fifteen shonts, weighing 100 pounds. ed to (Ircat Lakes, Illinois, after a Mr. and Mrs. I N. Miller and little tVenvy has accepted a Fifty-thre- e J!r. shoats weighing 50 lbs. weeks visit with his mother, Mrs. daughter, Anna Wagers, motored to lucrative position with a lartfe team. Price ami terms right. Richmond Sunday the gue( of Mr. Ut,x v Nannie J Lawrence. .I ...111 I Clarence Green, Paint Lick Ky jc.uji viiii'iiii mm win uavc ncauqiinr- 'and Mrs. L. T. Wilson. vera iv rvooe. japan, tncy sail In a Mrs. J. II. Kinnaird entertaii.e.ll ,ur Vu'lr ncw n01'"' '"' V Mrs. Stella Carri.iue arrived in this !""' very unfor.iihlly Tuesday -- afternoon r v Coin ' the. best wishes for n ' at a neighborhood tea party to meet city Tuesday night from New York, with then i't "f furniture, two beds, pleasant trip from their friends mi l for a several days visit to her parents. Mrs. Vhgil Kinnainl. couch, Kayo Lamp, Bed springs, 'l M. J. 11. Conn, before going relatives heie. , Miss Mae Uwson and Miss NU1. - nuiltreu, wiirdrobe. 1 ",m ' IlMch- - , la" ',CI"' h nle Holtzclaw. of Preaehersvllle. ; Miss Isate Kinnaird, Phone 7 Sutton-Smi- th "pent the week with Mrs. Nniiiiie of Ijincaster. Miis Mulisiie Sutton and Mr. John Rev. A. W. Vamlerpool and attrae- Hubble, were tho L. Smith surprised their many friends Misses Lillian and Kate Kinnainl ,iv' inil''e. by going to Danville and being quiet, j The penalty of six per cent wilf b entertained at a six o'clock dinner iKU"u UI im l'Utz, bunday. added to your taxes on December M Mist!1 Sallle 'ou 'J'1' al"1 ituW ly married by the Prctbyterian minTuesday. In honor of .Mrs. Virgil Kin. Chestnut, were visitors in Danville, ister of that city. The bride is well I Save this penalty by paying your nalrd, of Winesboro, S. C, known in the .community being a tuxes at once aniTdont'wuit until " th Monday. A. K. Walker, Slierll j Mrs. Logan Wood, Mrs. Spillinun, teacher at the Herring school for iu last day. Miss Margaret Cook, who has been bout two years, The groom is a well i Mrs. rom Durhuni ami guest of Danseveral weeks in Iincattcr known farmer having lived In this I ville, were with Mrs. J. It. Mount, for spending our sales on November 25th, the guest of her parents, Mr, amUMrs community for several years. a few hours visit last Thursday. They at ten n. ni., we will have cattle, large W. It. Cook, returned Monday to left immediately after the ceremony small, lean and fat, young ami old, Miss Christine Sanders who left herjtudles lit K. C. W.. - Mrst for Troy, Ohio, to visit the in fact any kind or age to suit the about,two weeks ago to resume her David Rankin, of spent sister, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hoover, purchaser, Including several bunches studies' at Oxford Collece, Oxford, Monday hero shopping, .Mr. and Before rcturninj; home they visited of nice feeders. As these pens art Ohio, returned home Saturday night. Mrs. Luther (lihbs ami Mrs. Woods Dayton ami other cities of that state. umlcr cover, these sales will tak? Miss Saiulcrf has hail mi attack of Walker of spent Monday Their many friends wlli them a lonjr place ruin or shine, influenza and has never entirely here with friends. -- Danville Messen. life and much happiness on the sea of Kentucky Live Stock Sales Co. ger. j matrimony. Ijinrastcr, Ky, Miis Delia Tinder returned last .Mis Tonimie Francis has returned Rilur.ly from a visit to her parents, hm nfi..r .ov..r.il i.. at .North .Middletow n. to resume her CI Itichmond with her sister Mrs. Ova. I'lutiesin the Lancaster Graded School "'vtv- - "'t. .,..r.i r!,. t.i Clrl. Mr. nml Mrs. Woods Walker. . .. vUIt hnU ,.. .,.,! weaned calf. r.xcnancu Uie Mr- - hay baler. . II..... (11.21-tf- ) , v j "";"i Wanted a second hand I'. M. Burgess I'aint Lick, Ky. "' "' """. of'"" ..",, I '"e wi' ' Pay Your Taxes The Central Record, Thursday, Nov 21, 1918. el ti i 5 Of Live Stock and Farm Implements. j d q !J Having sold my farm and not expecting to buy another, I will sell at public auction on SATURDAY, NOV. commencing promptly at 10 a, m., all my personalty, consisting of the following: 30th Hogs I I 18 Registered 28 fine 2 Cattle, Sheep stock heifers. 'a and registered Aberdeen Angus yearling heifers, bred to Dean of Hillcrest. fine registered Aberdeen Angus yearling bull, extra good. Complete catalogue of above registered cattle now In course of publication. See that you get one and come to this big sate. i I i 20 good cows and calves, 6 good grade yearling 23 head oi extra stock ewes and 1 good buck. 60 head of hogs from shoats to brood sows. 1 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, 7-yar Horses and Mules 1 1 1 1 1 I harness . old horse mules, pair good brood mare bred to Jack, ar 1 good 1'year old saddle- - and horse. 300 bali? extra mixed h:i-100 barrels corn in crib. three-yea- r 10-year extra old driving mare; old family driving mare, i J of ensilAll Farming age cutter, 1 first class Deering binder, 1 first class Superior wheat drill, 1 mower, 1 good as new Deering cutmower, 2 hay rakes, 1 extra 1 Poindexter smooth harting harrow; row; 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 farm and in good condi tion. tools-consist- ing Mc-corma- ck Splendid 2 horse comi crusher; 2 good farm wagons; 2 good, hay frames; 1 new John Deere w.agon com1 ch Be plete; 1 buggy; 1 runabout;- 3 King Automobiles consisting ot' in good, running conEight, Best Oakland Roadster, dition; always ready to go; 1 bette' than new 1917 Ford Roadster equipped with 5 new demountable rims. 5 new United! States tires and tubes, shock absorbers; up-to-da- te Klaxon horn and etc, iu good condition. 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-wh- ile you can tlo 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 m I DINNER ON THE GROUND FOR EVERYBODY. SUGAR TREE GROVE STOCK REMEMBER THE DAY RAIN OR SHINE, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 30th, NINE MILES FROM LANCASTER. RICHMOND PIKE, MILES FROM PAINT LICK ON LANCASTER AND KNOWN ON THAT DAY. . TERMS REASONABLE AND MADE 1-- 2 COL. JOHN B. DIN WIDDIE, Auctioneer E. C. McWHORTER . r The Central Record, Thursday, Nov 2 .daaaaw I 1918. r FARM ANIMALS FORAGE CROP IS IMPORTANT Public Sale. Maynard, having sold pubjic auction the the Fisher's Ford pike, H9HnrrWitHbMl Profit HOI rl)4f. r3(i .25 .KT one-fourth HJi Essential for Successful and Economical Production of Pork Crops for Many Sections. (Prtimrtil hy tlie t'nlt'il main his infnt nf AKtlculturr ) n The stic-c- i sful nml eiiinomlenl R. L. Rose on of mrk ilepeiid In n largo on Immure upon good iiermniient paf-tur- e on supplemented hy other forage cmi, 'I hole should he on mi average onuncre of pcrliium-n- l mture for em li hriid mw kipt. Ilreen forage I lit. tie more t tin 11 a mitliitenniice ration, mil If rapid gain lire desired hoe should have a liberal allownfice of grain. (Irnwlng forage imp and gracing them nir I li good methnil of noil linking In organic matter. Kind of crop: (n) for the cotton helt llirmuda, hur clover, while (lover and l.eiedeu make good liernianent pasture. 'Ihee should lie supple-unite- d hy small grain and raie for winter, crimson clover unil vrtdi for spring, conpraa nnd aumhiim for hummer, corn with any heau, velvet Lean or peanut for fall, (b) For tho cen- One pair of three and four year old work mules tral and middle Aliunde state, Includ-Ini- c One pair of large work mules region, lilue urn the hlue-grlargely for liernianent One aged work mute should he ued pasture. It should he hUpicmcuted Three two year old mules unbroken hy rje for winter, rape for spring, red One extra bufrtry mare in foal to jack clover for spring- - and summer, corn One work mare; one seven year old marc with soy beans and rape for fall, (e) with mule colt by side Kor the Northern nml Uastern states Eight cows with calves by side, old blue (trn or redtop provide perma enough to wean nent pasture. Kupplementury grazing should he furnUhei) hy uata antl pea Two bulls, subject to register for aprlmt. rape and red clover for One good weanling Herford bull calf summer, and early field corn for fall. Four milk cows (d) for the Wet irrailng 1 furnished Three dry cows hy alfalfa ami corn. Corn should he Six good short horn heifers hocked down." Five yearling steers farm and Rose Rented out, we will sell at Farm near Marcellus, Garrard county, Why Compare Beef and Coal Profits? Swift & Company has frequently stated that its profit on beef Averages only of a cent n pound, and hence has practically no effect on the price. Comparison has been made by the Federal Trade Commission of this profit with the profit on coal, and it has pointed out that anthracite coal operators are content with a profit of 25 cents a ton, whereas the beef profit of of a cent a pound means a profit of $5.00 a ton. The comparison does not point out that anthracite coal at the seaboard is worth at wholesale about $7.00 a ton, whereas a ton of beef of fair quality is worth about $400.00 wholesale. To carry the comparison further, the 25 cent profit on coal is 3'fc per cent of the $7.00 value. The $5.00 profit on beef is only V4 per cent of the $400.00 value. one-fourt- TUESDAY. NOV, 2611, AT 9:30 O'CLOCK Four sows and pigs One Duroc boar, full stock, two years old Two good Duroc boar pigs, full stock, 90 and 100 pounds Three hundred barrels of corn Three hundred full stock Rhode Island Red chickens. Will be sold in lots to suit purchasers. Thirty-thre- e pure breed Bourbon red Turkeys Five portable hog houses, 7x1 I and two hog houses, 7x16 A lot of poultry coops and fixtures r, Farming implements including smooth roller, mowers, potato plows, binder, cutting harrows, and allfarming implements needed on any farm House hold and kitchen furniture and other articles too numerous to mention. culti-packe- the following property: h 1 The profit has little effect on price in e ithe r case, but has less effect on the price of beef than on the price of coaL Coal may be stored in the open air indefinitely; beef must be kept in expensive coolers became it is highly perishable and most be refrigerated. Coalis handled by the carload orton;beefisdeliT-cre- d to retailers by the pound or hundred weight. Methods of handling are vastly different. Coal is handled in open cars; beef mutt be shipped in refrigerator can at an even temperature. Fairness to the public, fairness to Swift ft Company, fairness to the packing industry, demands that these indisputable facts be considered. It is impossible to disprove Swift ft Company's statement, that ha profits on beef are so small as to have practically no effect on prices. Twenty fat hogs, 175 to 225 pounds SHIPPING SWINE IN SUMMER Two large fat sows 350 to 375 pounds Twenty shoats, 120 to 130 pounds Hot Weather Precautions to Prevent Nineteen shoats, 65 to 80 pounds Loss of Important Part of Na'Twelve shoats, 40 to 50 pounds tion's Meat Supply. Seven extra good brood sows ready to farrow rTrril br the t'nlie.t eiaiM Iwpart- Kvery hog that I killed In transit due to overcrow dine or mlnhamllluc mean a at present price, of prob-nh- ly more than JTJ) to the shliier a well as a waste of meat neded hy the nation. Mortality In transit or after arrival at the crutral market can be lessened Krratly In hot weather hy the practice of the following simple pre cautions on the part of s!iIihts and tnnt r Asrkuuurej Terms made known on day of sale. Dinner on the Ground. lo, R. L. ROSE, W. B. MAYNARD Marcellus, Kentucky. Col. I. M. Dunn, Auctioneer. Swift & Company, U. S. A. Systematic Effort Win,. unci reduce them to the i"entlal we Klinll find that there arc many nut thing hi do, needful thing In do, unil we "hull go about these tasks quietly nnd earnestly, nut expressing ourteucrglc lliroiijih n hundred trifle, tint ttirontrli true effort, properly directed, doing whatever onr hand ami hearts uiul mind find to do, nobly nml urll. If we takf nur days Don't Live Up to Appellation. trouble with lot of "regular fellows,'" observed the nlniont philosopher, "I ll.it they lire oftentimes Irregular In their habit." The Signifies Honorary Promotion. I u Frem h word, meaning commission or warrant. In military usage It give an olllrer hliitier nominal nitik Ihnn the one for which ho receive" pay. It l an honorary promotion. The llrst time it wa mod In the In ICI ut.ffll IT..!...! CI..-- ., .nnu Capt. Kaihary Tiijlor, who afterward liociimo president, wait lunde mnjor hy .., . t . . in urmi- - m me'' n 1.... i"., i.revei Harrison ngulnt the Indian, nenr Terre Hnille. Ilreet Compliment for Kathleen. Kathleen told some slorlc to n little niece and nephew. At n family dinner arty grandpa rcferrisl to theso same nursery tales, lull not follow Ins the exact lines, when Jlurgiirct piped up: "No, no, grandpa, that In not tho and way Kathleen tell the stnrle Kathleen Is a good knowcr.'. Met Primitive Will. Priiludily the most primitive still In lien In iimi used hv the Chinese In the distillation or cnmplnr, which i ham. I however to he very effective. The leave nro placed In n wicker hanker, which Is fixed over an Iron cnldron containing writer. On the top of tho hnskct n Imxlii of cold waler I placed. The steam from the cnldron pusses through the leave of Hie basket and Always Busy. carries over the ciiuiihor vnior, which A ulr I roomer always linn n tatcb Ih deposited In the form or camphor of finery to wash. Kansas City en the cool under surface of tho basin. ir s et S CARS FOR SALE One One One One One i915 Ford Touring Car, ... 1918 Chevelet Touring car 1918 Dort Demonstrator ... . 1917 Ford Roadster, . 1917 Ford Touring Car ... ... .$850. $425. $350. $725. 950. When hoga are very hot, durlng or after a drive, never pour cold water over their hacks. Up to the Standard. . Sweet Thought Dally Thought 'J. llefore loading. Mean out each car People who po In for sMvd record Cane super, we are told, beats licet Were there no Heaven nor hell and hed It with hand which, during dry, should he honest. John Webster. sugar, but beet sugar heats no sngar at .are not as wUen they think they nre: Upeed without mvimicy I of no avail. ' hot weather should he wetted down all. Boton TranH.ript. I True, horoiifhly. Hoc In tranlt durliiB the time I at li premium In every' . Housewife's Duty. iIkIU only are nut mi likely to he lnt :llne thoise days nnd we should not first itutj la to see The housewife's Tr.cugnt M,(,r mv rrcunilniiee from overheating a are the animals n mln- 1'u",n'' ,0, m sonrlty If better ute lmll.efirlly. lint If we i.ren't that every memlier of her household shipped In the dattme. Wllh day I ' I nronerly nonrlahetl. imn the Jlingcrs thst encompss the ,tlrp .,,,, any In hoi weather It I highly f linr wurU we f loth and haughty. ' to suiend Imrlap sacka of Ice mnt tako huHielent lime to go Into t Annst's All. ' from the celling In viirlou jmrl of the 'It and not rely on chance to help n i In the opinion of mo-- t ouni; ladles where we cannot Hilldy help miff I hare-H- p 1R,arb U"",' te ?,,rden'"- only leKlllmnte ex- n 'the selve. , . cn.e for n halr-llp- . for , ,.,.f.uty- - Th1 I Thlnee variety, with It enormous leave, is oflen emplojed by landvnpe Not the Cu:t. The Habit I Water on the bruin Is seldom due gardener to prmluce boh! Tho stick habit I much moie loin-lim- n t to a knowledge. lloston effect; nor do Ihey njway dlvdalu thirst for In England than In Amcilcu. In the charm of the more modest Transcript. New York, or Jloston, or Chicago, or ltelf, of which the tall, graceful any other Amerliiin town for that matpikes of white tlowers nnd 1 rge ter, you seldom see n youngish man Accuracy Always Valued. leaves, deeply veined and stnlned, nre carry n stick. A a general thing he We nil admire the thorough, pains- as certnlnly hanilotnc a the succu- Is too busy 4i be bothered with a piece taking perxon, for tho ronton that we lent stalks are palatable. of wood In his hand. He carries hi ,n,-,- . 1P know such pernio right aper, of course, and he must have one. kind of an cMtlmutc on accuracy. Sand free for a cigar aud for raising True, they may not ho Muxlcd out as Poser From Prison. II hat. If mcu are the hclpleK creatures of attalnc! any sH'ed record. I having .hut that fact give n iilivilulely no their environment, bow then do jou concern. We believe In them because account for the fact that In this prison How to Carry Ink. we know that they may In every sltua- - there are three separate and dUtlnct When traveling fasten nil the bottles bo relied iihiii nnd we go our grade? Since the environment I pren Itlon happy In tho knowledge that work cisely tho same, how do you explain mid small Jar by adhesive tape. the tape to one side of the neck. turned o'tt hy such ixrwin villi fully the segregation of the Inmate Into carry II acros Hie cork and down on I "measure up." three wholly chisslflcntlnns? the other side. Celluloid and Ivory I.eaienivorlh New Kra. boxe and Jar may be fastened In Hogs at End of Their Journey to Mar. I I he sume way. They lire easily opened Soao Ccinomy. ket Do plot Run Risks by Over.i New soap I about the most extravn-crowdin- g and jel so securely fastened that thcro Keep Your Saving System Gjlng. During Any Part of This Km no d.inger of linking. (,nK ,,.,,, It Is poor policy to figure to cut your If )ml ,,s,biy rlP- can, buy a dozen bar at h lime. Cut Jcposlt one week and make up the next pay day. Till course will ont """ "5 car In older to nsluce the temperature' " Inch thick blocks. Store ystem, In II oon breiik up your saving .n,t in,i.t.iiiv ... .nHnti. Authors' Advantage. vcry rn""'r ""arm cupboard, plllnif lou'll find. Oct si little money abend The ilrrumstatice which elves au ImnN with co.il water. The Ice some- -' or u iniiii 'sun tueii you win wonder now you thor an advantage above nil great lime I pi ruii I lu sucks on tho lloor, 'mm "I' aiier ine rasuion but the iinlmnla are likely to pile aud i "'""""R ""ck, i. e., so mat tney prae. nmiu nave eojojiil yourself a minute master I this, that, they can multiply crowd around the cakea so that only lunii; no ooi iinicii earn oilier, llieyfiiiiuo you iicro living IIOU1 one pay their originals; or ruther can make lv putting oft copies of their works to what numlhm.e tlose to the Ice nro benefited. will (hen dry and harden right lay to the next, g pow oiir crislllors, and without u cent to ber tbey pleiise, which shall he as valThe Ice should he aufllclent to Inst to through, mid white the clean-luer of the soap will be In no way db fall back on should you become 111 or uable a the originals themselvc. tho destination. loe your Job, Norton Spirit. Addlon. ;l. !)o not overload. Crowding Iiokh mlnlshed It will last twice n long. In u car during warm weather I n prollllc source of mortality. 4. Tho feeding of corn, because of Its hcnUug effect, before nnd during shipment In hot weather, should he re duced to ii minimum. Oats are prefer-- 1 aide vi here a grain feed Is necessary. The maximum maintenance requirement of hog In trum.lt for 24 hours Is one Kiund of gruln u hundredweight or approximately three bushels of corn to ii car. lu the past thousand of bushels of corn have been wasted In live-stoc-k cars. 1. dealers: ,,(. ,,' n. n. ihv DAILY and SUNDAY LEXINGTON LEADER BY MAIL PAINT LI6K0flRftGE PAINT LICK, KENTUCKY. Need of Wool and Mutton. The general need of Increased pro duction of meat nml wool, together wim ineir nign values, una ijiveii suevp raising a new appeal to the older farming arras. Clsanllnsss Pays Dividends. In feeding dairy calves cleanliness! psys big dividends to the health of tbe 80 $4 IVcm-- , PER YEAR J I'ltttooiis and comics, market reports, Voiimus Di'partiiieiit in filet, everything, to make it latest truly n Home Newspaper. Send for specimen copy, or remit hy cheek or money order to Le.Niiigtoii-'r.eadpCompany, Lexington, Kentucky, r All tlio nows of the war, by Assoriitli-i- l (Iip )h sV The Central Record, Thursday, Nov 21, 1918. - A WALLED CITY, OF WOMEN A I I lili.i sunny illlnge hn grmtn up ii Mull wnll In France ivllhln I hou-i- s year. It square HhihI in Mralcht cteii rotts und iibiug one )(!' of tin- - (llv it nil I' n Inns iliiruiltory for ..Inch n fMiii-u- . There rt- - many nn. re of them tluiii nf I lie famines In Mif ilrnli little houses. The timv l full f ii mm ii old, young, i isli 1' ' lied tihne fnres. hand mid In' shin ly niv turning .lellim fn.ui 1, i Voider iihhh Ii k sntil will I'ttiitimlly ! sifcit their lulls. Hut most of them are refugees unit Hie fuel Unit Hi.-- ) rc giving their pn.il looks, their omltti, nul perhaps iheli llit- - In I . Is nf little iiui'iunt tlil'lll. Till')' linlc colli.' Ililu llu nulled town fiiim riilnul Ulnars mid items MI.-.- I Fin mi nllli their filutiiciicil Mile children, llii'lr despairing ulil people. currying nil their riirlhl sic'lnn In I In)- himcllf. In llii'lr liiilltiiiiuif Dies liri I nu future: lu till iliiir m ill there l no Inl iti t litit I In t of llu- - Hun. Nu one conn' Into itiN li.ile w:ir ruiiitmiiilt.v Hun ii iiIit- - iiiiiiiiiiI llu tut; l : it i lull sett munition llio.' ulm "toik, Ihcnujc of tin' ilmivr inn' ! Mllitlnu ycllim (riimlfr. llu vi.i'. i highly itllil mill nil ilm. Hi ',. r e Kbiiuti'ors. 1 lie ivoitii'ii tt.-uotcriiUs or iiiii'oii f trc.se.s, ftonn of Mu'' sutis'ti. utm nondescript. Tin- - ilutl carl, li.i ... . ailli tin- - .ii'lliiuiu lii.vs mill .1' imlf VS OPERA See -. R O 3ME .A. 1WT II HUH MTOI II I ttm Mi ll HHMMMMMMnHMMMMWHM ' J Delinquent f F 14. . Graded School Tax Payers. VOL. The ( .Jo.'H.t urc delinquent tax WILL SHOWTWICE DAILY COMMENCING HOUSE , . Friday and Saturdaj Nov. The Spirit That Made 22nd-23r- d. owe.! ! i, 1J each. i r. prty oiined by thea will be on i.n.l 'f .MiniU.-n- t p .ill iicc.r. ik to Inn, fur th pur-,of .ilUit.iiif .iM tH nnd en-i'vtr of i.llritlrx h.ki: Jjllpjwii. II. M. 1017 ii. 15. KMC t ' --.n !Cotnn J. II. 191.' - JJ.40. Cecil, 7. u. nio $i.ao. 1 5 I Klnuou, Jte, 1J15-t2- .o0. Il.il. V. I4.jlj.1l .( the limuunt ii' men School Victory Possible. Itenrlilll, J. Htrn.Un, I! C. IH1T K 1017 M. 10HI- tl3.S0. 10.7I. IIMR gjll.w.rd, I. ... T. jJetiMiu. V.irktr, T. U. U'l.e .s, J r. 1917111 l 10- l 70. jll IHI.i ft' 3ln.e, Doxie and liuaNiiil 11 V :.to. iK eO.Oil. 1917 SkVay. 10 3.m. -- .!.)c 7 2 7w. 1 - a CljUrsee Mjr-M- . . Cl.iytcn, l!ll I JlO.tlU. NeUciv 1317 -- $5.01. I.t-l- liMG I HtasW'l.' J J iMiiI:ImIm,.I jTaiiiiiiM .K "uro. Mot. t. i . u,ip: -- . i 1' Ilt7 1D1G--I0- .-. -I- 1.7H. 1ft I'tnther J Tapp, Ml -- ft r.t:i T luifi !.; noc. 3.0ft. f'J.r.O. IH14 15- - 11.50. II -- 11.50, 4 Conn. Vtritil. Illt 11.50. ia-I.- U.) "There l a pretty Utile iouiiiI, ni). , J I "art's, (.eoree. 10171150. II rMrlieil islrl lu re wliu'ls Jul lei;lniiliu Id vliuiv Hie eiTocH of the i.iivmIit. The t .ni? ti no ir. Jt.50 roots of Jict luiir iiml her forolieuil lire pole jellow. Tli- - imluis itf her hiinils It -- II. GO. 1311.00. ic ii llfop Imriit untune mul her limols 1'onl. Urc, 101C 11.50. an.l nrm9 u bright )olloi, Carrjwn, K. I.V101C I1.5J "There Ii an iluiu'er. Cresoo. It. I' 1D1C 11.00. . Kumot, 1017 in InterestliiK girl nlin enju)i Hi" Hibla.-Jt.J0( lOlli fojer ntitl helis entertulu tlie other l,S0, 1913 -l- l.r.0. Jft II S0, M n s?aiTaiiiiiMaliiiiiiMaBtiiiiB M ilrls. There Is a profei.ouiil plunlsl 51.00, lii iloes her lilt Rt Ihe u uud c.i, 101011.50, 10K I Hatcher, Ceiu-iIiik liuurs. There la one roliuli uml' tally clrl wli.i speakn KukIIkIi, nhoie IH.50. It 11.50, U I1.0J. D. Yi 1014- - -- 11.50. fotticr uas an luukeeper lu northern J Henry. . f'niDC-eThere Is a pretty little girl Jenkims AmbroM', 1917 11.50. lu.. Ii engaceil to a French coliller Johnson, John B. 101711.50. vim Mill laejolclng over the five uiln-ile- x Leavell, S. T. 1017 11.50, IS 1.50, alie had iillh him recently Uurlug 15 -- 11.50, 1111.50, 13 11.00. ,i. air inlil. His mother li Ihe rare-;iLe- r here mil he Is one of sir aons In Louis. T. O. 101611.50. tfce war. Tim of thcra are Oerrann Lewis . J. C, 191411.50, 13 1.V0 $1. Choice SO War Tax. ii aillllary prLouer., two are civil . Lee, Han. 101411.00. In (.Vrumny and (no are suldlera 'Middleton, Tom, 191711.50, 101i U Ihe Irenclie. Her home In (tie Will Show TwiceTSally At 2 and 7 p.frn. orili of France ns deitro)ed aud tlie 11.50. 15 $1.50. 14 11.50, 10111 ctiped with a kuiall liuudle of audi 11.00. 1l.lii; aa the could cuiTjiln her hands, j Merchant. J. S. 191711.50. girl nho "There Is a uHeet-face.Mum. John. 101711.50, 1C 11.50, a lucemaker In Vnlenclennea, who It Halpa Soma. Electricity (or Tt;ors. Farblddan Qraund. 1511.60, 1 111.60, 1311.00. Remorae la like a .wooden .in.f direct (o as from the llermtin It Iqvi'iaur Lilms to ban Mom, W, U. Aa aviator I trouble lauded la a , A Jr.. 101711.50, 19 iliUin aectlou after n hard erperlenee Ol uttiii (I9IU n o noolliuip m helpa a man ou bla way, but be aan corutlelil. The farmer ratne runnlni patlsfactorlly appll- 1 el jwwerti 11.50, 1511.50, 1411.60, 13 It. ttlog away." in oe where be would bare beett- - hap- - up, mad aa a hornet. "Mere, your tractor ao4 other furn mactlnery. mOnoqj. Murphey, Maniford. 191711.60. Tnese are the women the lllue Tilpler without It. Idaho gtateaoio. do yer anppoae 1 J be abouted, "what Should Say Nat. lable Is helping to forget perhaps put up toeni iK'arrvrowa rorj SfsrU an Ruga, Oiiloi. Ucti. 1917- - -- 11.60, 1 I 51.60. for ati hour at a time the In.r-iw- s "It' all rlglil to pay as you o." ob. Lono-FaWant, Ilub lorunieal Into tbe nap and lat Iimnhrey Cash 101711.50, 1f- tthat, hive Mackened their hearth-iune- a aerved Ihe almost philosopher, "but If i To preveut B cow ,wtchlnj ber UU ' Spaamedic Sarmen. two daya. When brushed 11.50, remalii for 13 r' 1511.60, otid darkened the world. you haie to pay wnts atreet II. The chief eMititrHtiienl of I .! n m the greiiae or mud apota will disap a ueraon mllkln ber thara haa "My foyer," the uecretary writes, fare to set there ami bacw, the cbauce Will, 191711.50. IB be);0 penled R t.nmp aMacbl to a crook uiuat be' the ability to keep a pear, linn alao removed aewlu( ma' Pumphrcy, tonvlst of a hull and two large rooms are you wont go.' 11.50, 1611.50. 1311.00. ,prnr to be twined around ou "tralght face. Indlauapolla Stir. chine oil from allk. still cement floor. One has a wrltlns I lhimphrey. Clay, 191G 11.50.. leg. iHl.le and paper, pens unil Ink, Nenlnx i Crockery Saver. Poff. Wm, 101711.60, 1C 11.50, iiachlnes, n cuplKianl ultli tencups In Duuger of breakage Is eliminated In 1611.60. ' Are Your Children BoraaT U. it large talile wltli paiiers and iimsn- - a new mutor-drtte- u dish washer In' TI.a hlltrun nf II... lw.... Poff. Charlie, 101711.60, 10 1.50. .I.A..M w. Jiiios, easy chalra und my desk. The ..,li-l- i lilil 11.,-- r Mot tnonoiiollx, ltowd 1511.50. 1411.60, 1311.00. sueafki , room baa a piano, niore tnhles, SJkrt- - IttT water l" ftISS Wlre Molheril lire usnalle Wind Pollard, Jumes, 101C 11.50. il. alts Iruiil nir hoards nnd u Vlrtrohi, nrouud them. . I 's to faults, an lean lov I Pence, John, 101511.50, 1411.50. I'bere ore iinfnuu.il French pictures Ins eyes fcee (hem, and they fall to mil Atneilciiii mul nur KisttTs 1311.00. Cat Your Wabbid Feet apparent d , uuilerstund that a guest' iroiind the nioni. Thu ivnlls are piilnt-- l Purnley, J. J. 191411.50, 1311. A Maine Inventor's mechanical sub- - light In playing with the youngster Is Krny and nhlte." KaUton, W. 191711.60. 1916 .uturdny eienln;s ihey klne und "Unites for web feet am bugs to be ut- - often no more than (tolUenens, and In 11.60. iance. 'Tlnut they haie a cliorm." lucheil to a aivlmuierV legs, opening retillly lie Is IiohmI nnd very tired of Smith,- - Frank, 1E16 15 $1.50. "Mich ns 'l.e llele with the kick and folding with the re- - "playing bear," telling fulry stories and miles the 1.60. 'einiulnlng favorite toys and books. "iikse or Ihe 'II) nine lies Ailnteurs' nr turn. Turner, John. 101011.60. 'oiiiethlni; equully llirlllliiv. und ut tlie Thomas, I). A. 1913 Jl. 00. dual notea of trlumpli u lulu- - nt my D" wl,h, Brlnfc Colna Ahead Too-- Fast begs, 'lTn iolkii, iiH'en. 'I'll? pulUn Is the luitentee of A I'"Jrl-nlaThomas, Jcs.se, 101611.60. iur The young detecllie wus euthu.lu... SiiUhed. thero Is u lull fur tlie 'llyiiiue tic but Incipcrlenccd. 50, 101411.50. Hushing Into " combined iiiulllmx and milk-lwttl- e tnieilculu' nnd lie king Hie bis clilers ofllce III great excitement holder, which cuu be freely opened , Woods. W. II. 101G 11.60. liiiiiiier,' (I.e Drupeiiii Clnlle) be cried: "I've found the assassin 1 for Ihe Insertion of their Intended con-I'v- e 'Woods, John, 101011.60. u livo InncuiiRea." l,ut ,0.ckl,d "P'1"" got him cornered m that be ciin'l "'"' I Kranklo Kauffman, Treus. 'I'lieio fn)era lime been i'IhI,1IIi.'. escupel" The ihlef regarded Iilm when iinytblng bus been placedln them, I in severnl iniinlllon renters In .rrnnee. with ulllierliig (sciirii. "Alio me," he, Hull one hns n cufeterln, u recreation tiuhl, "In drinv ymir iitteutluu to the' Puzzler, Dally TI.cOi.it. lull nnd I'uouiH lilted up as rest fuct that ut preMiiI lie ure looVlug Frenchinun. boustlu'g lu compuuy regulaUd Z.-imoms, wrlllnu' und keiilng iisnus. At not for the ass,i.sii. but Tor clues." Is blind, or i,,,,,, llafl (i.oroughly mustered the the rlifht rooms are lllled ivlth J,",'' ilh'ht thctie i i.hen It em roaches "1"" jKiigllsh languuge, was iikLed to write I'lencb iilrls learntui; Knllsli, hnul. nf others. I'aiUter yijcsnei. 'the following from dictation: "As tceplne nr eteunuruphy. Unit Ihey tuny Hugh Hushes was betting n yulelog Water Hyacinth Has Value. ' Another Feminine Induitry. woik In tlie ottU'es (if the Anierlciin u limn ilrt'SMsl In The eater hyuclnlh, iihlili .i nip- - fiinu ii "(Ilrls wonted foremen's iinkwear." Upedltlotiury Forrei.. In coiinecllini Idly tills up (vrlulu streams, Is toiinil ilulhi' of u dull: linn came up to lii n lari;e rerreullmi Held ur read! tho advertisement of u departa Itli cucb In lmiK u high value us a fenllU.-r- . Huh and mid, 'lluiu you Mt'ii my oarU. ment store. Hut no Imagine tbut a nrciiunt of the lurgo uiinniMt nf mivs!' 'If vou Mill uutt until I hew man iiould be iiiicomfortnlile muring At Ibe nsjitcM of Ihe French mints, tin pluut coutalus tlie my this yeiv, I villi gn with yu iiuj where nut m the gri-en alrl arouud Ids neck. New Orlean try of ivnr tlm Young Women'ii ClirN' salil terlal Is partially dried befor1 lai'l:-l- u in Iluropo to lo.il. for your St'atea, Hun nssoiliiiloii has oiK'ned uud lifter NViimlug well rotud It iliigb," Tlt-ltllfur Ihe tlitecu thousand French proves to have nUiiit tho same loin-kul.icni.liijiil In (lie otllres of the rouiiu us furiiiyunl manure, vvivpl Effigies Thought to Bring Luck, Lesson for Pig Rauera. srnr depni'luieiit. lu potusli. Unit It K'lli'lriirv In t.l ir nil liuf nm flioun The hcarub of the laud of Ihe PyraHa aurcevbful bus becu the f.'Jer Win re tllo lueu xelrcteil I II lHll-hllli- l. mids Is tho expression of the hojie of arork In France Unit u cull 1ms ruiue ho . rcsurrectlou uud tbe ileslro to live tow Kuglnnil to the American Y, W, Halt Sand Drills With Cran Tufts, - 'litter I'liiles light wvU old. At pig long, Aa Ibe beetle was Mip)iosed to Sjii.1 Is used fur rallroud "i.l.nuend of Ihe falteiiliu miiii one A, tn bring IU lllue Triangle hula KS) poiiu.ls. III' oilier olily bo always born anew, so the cnrrylug The ient lu ii.auy part" ( Uulluiiil, but nHghnl ml fojem ucross the rhnnuel. respectively, HI. of (he beetle or Its Image cume Into The eipeiises were to ll,u roHdb.nl was mudo Kngllih Y. W. C A. Iius estulilltlied luuih freshly! 1S.1 tui.l J3; and Ihe one wild for the customs of tbe ancients. Tbe war-ilor- s renters for inimltluin irorkera ou u heees'ijcy by tbe fuct that the hlgb'&Ss, of au elder day hung tuu linage tho oilier for $. This un-uu-i sonaller icole. but after lutpecllou of piled suud drifted during the course-ivilgli- t 1 the proHuilou 8i of gods about their uecks, and many of To tte American iiork lu Francw tbe four vilnds. havepieveut this, tuftsuloug tlm j eipertses.In 11.11 to 1; selling of toTi!3 price, of lbs bruoebe and plus of tbe old pluiited truss aellkli reprefceiitallvcs to the Allies' slopes, and nsbeeu roots spreud, n well' lu 1. Thus, c g rul.lug cuu fighters went the effigies of the tfomrn'a congrcis In I'nrli In August, dlvloltlei; eliminate tbe notorious "raturbitck' bauV U formed. I'onylar afflrlally rciui"itcil that tbe Aiucrlcuu aoJJ.'d Maguslne, liu.1. Y. W. C. A. nude ttnk similar work la The Hearts of The World. Scenes . liwlaad. ffjer: Inti. Ilil uiiHicru itnllisl ll nf pair llu. Mitt' TiIhiiIi' hi tliiii,-- l Hi ( Sot message .if lioi... Tin. V. foyer I llu il) i i'Iwi.Ioii it nui'f reiu-h- . slllilu Tin1 cai nhUli nul llfe.S .11 III.' on. I l.f till' line :i tutlu. ll'.uy, Hop running III M'll'll o'tlurk t.l Mil' fuel. Tlic ill) l lliii-- .' miles fii.iu ttie fuclory. ".My problem." writes the V. I', A. secretary In hargc. "Is In t.i'i'p the AMiini occupied lu the eicnlngs, I" t :iw I hem pnl healthy ilml llii'y ulli forget llii'lr Mini, ii nu.l m I" bed mill sleep, .liii:ill) tired ut friim plulng." Sin. goes on In loll of toiiio of i lie .iiiut'U nnd pliN iilm '.iiim in tlm c)i'. .. T'.ie fallow mi: lire delinquent I T poll t.iv and raid tUt will be rut I J, Court) Court day to the Mitrunt ant 1 tiest bull., r. A 1.50. Willi I. Je.we. till.". Joe. Ui -- .ii.le.Trrc) 1.R0 t'.M7 1017- -tl '.0 11.60 Ilurr.sldr, 1 51 .nl f ' U, 1I A.. 1017 51.A0. II ll.RO. Jl.f.O -- n $t.nu I'.'l.'. wv ., jdio J.iincie. i)luhLi, Herbert, i.ro. is 1017--JI.C0. IJ' l JU. .i'.S 2K.i'lin, (lintor, -- ...WW, III SO ll'l O. I (f.Cov, Jim, S , Ciirpenter. Q. 1017 1917--11.- 60, ;j II. It. SO HI - II. SO. 1311.00. n 1 JIJUULJ Seats at Only Official Film Taken On The Battle Fields of France Prices See How Our Boys Did It. and 75cts and a Few ana lf. axllli 3jujdo - nn,' iaVl' la m m The Central Record, Thursday, Nov 211918. WE WILL SELL ON THE VISION GIRL Dy MILDRED WHITE. Monday, Nov. 25th AT TEN O'CLOCK, AT OUR PENS ON STANFORD STREET DEHORNING CATTLE IS CARDS, j mhiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiihJ J. J. Byrne KissalaVK.? A rSMa NttHn.4W.. BEST Operstlen Should De Performed Caily Enouflh to Permit Wound! to Heal llefore Fattening. tPlfl tillI ' n i.f I'llttle ll. i. ! - wltit. r In Ugh .'li'" cmtttl i) jturliii; li.lh In Ilia fi.ii Ims hiuI III Iriiii-l- t tu itiuri.il, n Hill ns excessive lirliVnc In shipment". slmuM he ili.ii.- - In lute full nr nrly winter. The iiml enmmnti inethml nf tattle I to snw lli burn, nff, mil fur lhl pjirpn.e nu nr.lliu.r mm aw i mi In. u.ed, Munich iln-rnre on I hi- - market ttuit nr -- pithily designed fur tin- - npfr.itlnn. lt (his mrltio.1 n gnnd tlenn JhIi run Im dune im any l)i nf Imrii, mul tin- - wnmid I" readily. left In h ii.nilllli.ii tu heThe m nf dehorning tllpptr. mming tally inure enmiiinii, where n Urge nitiiitii'r "f initio are l 1. ililmrniit mul where liny are de- bnrnul before Ihe burn become! hard Mill brittle. The i lili f nhjectlnn to de- l lbn I'm no, (nM ri ' burning tip r iidimitiitf. 1! ft1!! lniui iei hiiiI siHih ti tie im- in. ire m-i- li ii Ut iM.riii tl nnd eitrh mtn .nl Mtrnl i'f lulr iln Hi the f.'. 1 II'. I llchiiltlltitf lll-- ti nnnlllli.il i'f l In' rbti nml I' r ll I fnf tlir il'l l.i ill I null t !, w,,ei I iilti t fit f Agrlt mtirt I ;arl ! r . tnl i ,1 ,i i 4ft .id 1 jitt, !ph. im-i- is CAR FRESH JERSEY 9 :TK COWS. ONE CAR LOAD OF HOGS. THESE COWS HAVE YOUNG CALVES BY THEIR SIDE AND ntr SOME READY TO DROP CALVES. This will be a splendid opportunity to buy a FRESH MILKER for winter milk. At the same time and place will sell Wf Front View of Dehorning Chute With Sloping Side Showing Clamps Cloted Dotted Lines Show Open Petition. burning with t - clipper l thai thin rrmhed or hard honm are Nometluic wound or splintered, retlUln(t In Hint bcnN lnwl.v. Till' objection l partly mcrfnme hv iiIiib ellpptr that are cnnstrtirled with tun hladc, wlilrh, when presm-- l t"k-it'ibring fniir cutting edge ngnlmt the hum, lessening (In1 tendency In i rmh or splinter the lmrn. A iimnlM r nf method" nf HtiliniiN iluiliik' tin' ilrhornlnc tlnti limo Iikii prnrtlml, U'ln-ri- ' nnlf n few lii.nl pri' tu In tlelmrnnl, tbf l In tlirnw tlir iinliiml ilillrki'H crmiml uml lulil It fr tic ll until thn lmrn Ik Inkrll off. urn)l "t Wlifii a iniiklilrrHlilf nunilx-Vlf urr In In' dil. i. rmil. It "III piij ilniti' I'liint iirnJlnirt n nf u rluitp Hint ImH prnvi-i- l wry fur tlil pnriM' iirr plsen hrriwllli. 'lliln iliulf In nmili" iinrniw rnontli mi Hint thn milninl will nut deal, tmr riMim tn "iniecli- - n crrut Iipik) nml "Mil n Mnnrlilon-klmpii- l rlump at nni' nil for Imlillni: tin uiil-nitl.i'Hil. Aflrr nil miliiiiil l III lli" hmI It finite nml till' hrml rlnini niMir lnmlil In plnciil nrminil tin' 'I'll" n limp ovrr tlw ii"i iirtk nltli lii'iiil run I Inn hp iiiihlitil ilnmi I" ll"' pt-- c Inillmliil on tln oldf nt. Till fnrcrit tine lmrn forwnnl u n t" rnnWt It fnnlly muni til. Aflrr unf lmrn I' rrinnviil (ho hrml "hoiiM In- - nuMn,l nf I.. ii. n itin.r klil fur ilu thti ntliiT lmrn, A cliillt' tif llil kl ml , ran Im- - ruiiMrurltil tit 1" t hy' UkltiK m nip innli'iliil Hlmiit tin' fnnn. mnrr lit- - tliliiirnttl tlnr-- , Cntllt' flmuhl liiK warm wrnthrr whi--n thrri' Ii tlnifj llifi"-lr,- l grr uf tilt wnimil Willi ncrow ni.rm. Tin" hil tlinr t'j drhnrn l In lato fall and rnrly winter j or ilurlns tin' rntil wratlier nf rprlnir If llio wi'iilhrr In milllrlnilly oi4 IhtTt'! 1 rry Utile dancer of the wmiml he-with uriew wiirm'.j cniiiliik' Infei-tet- l iiuerr. It l het to npply hiw th ' an pln tur or one nl repellent, nurh the roal tiir priMliictn In the wniinil The ncniiipniilni plan" Hmw lh type" of llnpl ri.inlrilctli.il of liutr nml Kiitinfiirtnry ilohornliis In IniIIi t)pe of rliut The dotted lines hnw the head rlnnipii when iiih-ii- . inn! the lewr In hotli riisen In mul f"i rliwlnx the henil dump lifter Hie unl' mul'H head N 111 Itolllnn, The ldi" that ii ru Khuun In the plant run I" lined for elllirr type. The Kate I" mn venknt for ettlni the unliinil nut nl the chute mid hImi for liriinillru' nm vairliiuliuK, This is a nice consignment of stock from a distance . We will have a bunch of CATTLE, MULES and other stock. Come and look these over. We know you will buy, SALES RAIN OR SHINE UNDER COVER. Tlif day had started (.doomlly for Alnn, but that nna before the drenm li'cnn. He had pone In his runabout, to make the usual rretense of niedlcnl vllts, fnr AlanV nell-- i quipped olllce. showed ns jet no mark nf iisnpe. I'pnn tide pnrllcular mnrnlns of the dli!strnus ntiin ilde, I.o was wnmltr. Ine: "How he was cnlng ln 'd' rent ltmney tnFrther." When, at thn knottiest Imltlt of his problem, the i nr was hi Id la a deep nit of the rnitiv try ronil, Iben without further warn-Intnriiid turtle, liming Alnn fare upward on n nioy bunk. This was the lnf ho remembered, the next ilevelnpiiit nt wns his wonderful driiiin! With n rtnlllnc si of pain, be indentured to turn hl bamlnced hend nnd dl. nvered Hint he was lylnc In n erent eurtnin-drape- d bid of a fashion of a tmuiry litre. Tliroitch the piblen brocade of the dr.ipirlet. Alan saw the room of prliidly i t..nlntineiit, ibniidellers mi l wnlnrotii,s remlndln!: Mm of Unco s'tniry of un hlitnrle play. The yi.iniR doctor wrlnklid lilt burnt. In imiplexlty, thin nulled. It wiik nil nu Illusion i.f (vure. When lie tried to stir the pain wns H.l.i.M'. so he contented himself with rtnililni; oier the satin fotrlet tu Iin.ilvir-te- u touch s'Uni tiling tunclMo. ly Ills tinner pressed n bultmi on Ihe nuilii.any. mid arouniLtbe canopy bl biinl flashed n row of elir. trie lights. It wii not ihe blow of the uii.lili lit, be deelded wbbb nniM-t- l him to mt thev slrnnso things but some dope a iloctor had probably nd luIiiMcred. When the effect wore ntt he would find hlnielf In the" muni Iron bed of u Tut now ii the dream continued, rrMin: emiifiirliilily In his kII ilinped In d, he saw before hlui a panel of the niilmcotlng Kllde nld, while In Its i.; nliiR h.. eared a beautiful radiant irtatuie u Rill who seemed to be frmn that snme past period of tlm liiurou room. Alan caught bl breath as the Urine .i lure umed towiird him. Thin ax Ills eye still Razed Into the girl's dark ones, she lifted a small heavily-rinsehaud to smooth his liulr. "Why," softly murmured the girl, "did )ou turn on the rending lights? through the win- Sunvhlne stream tlow.v s tXCIUSIVC upiomeinsi. DANVILLE, - KENTUCKY. Opposite Gilchcr Motel, Office Hours S - a to 12 and I to S p.m. Or. Wm. Oltice at Uainey Lancaster. D. Pi'yor, -- Veterinai v Sui jeon and Dentist. s l.itery Stab . Kentucky j. A.Beeziev I UNEIJAL DIRECTOR liV 'Mice (her National Hank. IleslJence I'lione It. Ollice Plume I.ANCASTE1!, KY. M. J. PA TFICK. Dentiwt. Kentucky. Paint Lick, Dr. Printus Cull. Answered Niebt. LANCASTKR, Phone Walker Day or 317. KLNTL'CKY. VETERINARIAN. Promptly Honaker FineS Cut Flowers. McRoberts. John M. W. A. WHEELER Kentucky Live Stock Sales Co. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. .MT. H HURON Delayed. i.t. There have been no in this lurality no fur. Mr. Kdd (!ro iae of nu" Kloyd CurtU nw tiuucht from Mr. corn at i per hid. Mr. Tayior frr.ton l.ounht f Mr. M. MuntKomrry of llryantville n horne prire tlh. Mr. John Sandera Im juit commild home for pleted an .Mrt. Thon Hicks. Mr. nnd Mm. W. N. Rrow- - of l'lea. ant Hill were the KuesU Sunday of Mr. nnd Mr. V. I. (!ruw. Mirs Kditli MontKiimery in upending n few days with her sinter. Mm. Jin, Huinlltan near Ijinrnnter. Mesdames lrvin Dean nnd Sam D.il- - I. LUMBER ALL KINDS. ttt STOVE GOOD KIND. ( Builders Hardware. SHEEP TO CLEAN OUT WEEDS Common Pnctlc to Turn Flock Intc ' Corn After It It Wtll Taueled i Cat Lower Leaves. A praellee tgulte roniinon nuinnj . sheep men Is to turn the flock Inf ' the corn field, lifter the corn Is wr4; tucsvled. TJie sheep will ilenn oiit'j the weedi and grata, and umally wll'l." not at any more than the lower Irnm ( of the mm, Hervey PAINT LICK, KENTUCKY. At her touch the electricity was DENTIST turned off. Alan Jld not answer, tit -KKN'TL'CKY. what use to talk to a vision? LANOSTEIt. -The girl sighed, ni she turned from Olllce ocr Ktormes Druit Store. Mm, another moment and she had 1 p.m. T:3iVJp.m. passed through the panel In the wall, Hours S 12 a.m. llestlessly he endeavored to raise himself ns on elderly woman entered the JOHN WHITE k CO. room. LOUIIVtLLI,KT. ' A man, evidently n physician with "Weill" lie ex- Liberal aaaertmsat Ids bar, followed. rwle) Mrn. Mnry Af Sanders and dauj;li-Taylton nre spending n feu- ilayii at Camp! claimed cheerfully, looking down at aad full value Iter, MIm lVarlue Mae, of Coy, were the Injured one, "consciousness at last. for with their hunhandii. How do R' MoniKom- - You hae kept us guessing. ,,u' u"'" "f Mr"- .Mr W. U (irow .old to Mr. llenr, ' you feel?" sjMtakias rriua). Vi.tn I'liM.. ,.f llili-nhi.i.eh ..f "Tell me," Alan nked painfully, ihoati at V per hundred. jnw Mary Francis Montcomery "where I urn." "You arc carefully housed In the Mrt Jnnies Hamilton of Ijineunier rtturn6d home Sunday from a viit BOOKKEEPING Judge Weller estate," Ihe doctor Euslr.eM.PhonooriFtiy pent Thursday with her parents, Mr.;"'"' her sister. Mr.. huKene Hark, old replied. TYPEWRITING nd nnd Mrs. V. V Montcomrry i'uar was not all an Illusion?" "Then It TELEGRAPHY A little son of Mr. Stinnett of I.o-- i Kresli milk cows both Jersey and Alan eagerly questioned. He nulled. WirkUtfR'sMITH BUSINESS COLlEaE "I fancied that n lady In trailing brocust Crove was run over by n wiiuon red, sonic with calves by side, some of tip.rl.nr. lo i",ctitll. In rmlM h cade came wulklug through the wall." tn1l.nklnclnalnM., U 40 y..r. ...yll.e W.l,S Monday but is not seriously hurt. A whole car to drop calves shortly. M"t fit.r .nci The physician laughed. Tou'll have rnunc mm nH w.pi-- b ftWITII... LmlaCton, nw. Ux lUnuTTILni'R II. load of them tu be sold at the Ken no more such fancies,!' he old. "Your Misses Lillian nnd Kinnia I'irr.v of tucky Live Stock Sules Co's. pens in Injury la really alight. Judge Wellsr' Ilrynntsville, spent part of 'ut week Lancaster, Ky., Monday, November widow died recently, and the only .Ment-crnirr- y with their sister, Mrs.'K. ' L'.'itli family ones nt present In charge-or- e at ten a. m., promptly. at Lock 8. fervnnts. They nwalt the settling of ' Mr, Karnvst Montpomery sold a Miss Huth .Montcomery returned the estate by the judge's granddaughbunch of lioirs Monday to Mr. Henry home Sunday from a weeks visit with ter who Is abroad. The place and the The undersigned hereny Rive warncents per Jb. relatives at Nicholasville and Lexinc-M- r. Weller fortune nre now hers." Jtublc at 15 nnd HI to nil persons not to trespass upon When the doctor had gone, Alan ing Huble also bouuht hots from oth- - ton. She was accompanied home by gazed Intently at the wall opposite. our lands for liny purpose whatever er parties Monday. her uncle Mr. Sam Duncan nnd wife. And ns he watched, the panel swung us we will prosecute all uffeiutert to the fullest extent of the law. Huntagain, und the girl was there. rose-cla- d figure this ers and fishermen especially take A nulling, I time, ns the advanced toward him. notice. "How do you tin?" she risked. "Dne- - Mis. Cora Phillips. II. L. Klklii, Inr tells me )ou are yourself at last. Mrs. Knimn Daniels, lie advises that we move you out to i: l Am, ,1,1 W the balcony for u little fresh air." "hlrs. Sarah J. P. Hnckley, A From the doorway the elderly worn. Mrs. Kmmn Higginbotbam, "Jake eays," she tin ciime forward. announced, "that he won't carry o-w body out to the balcony tonight." $5,000. d girlish The vision LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. A whirled nbout sharply. "Tell Jake." she eald positively, SCHOOL BONDS. "that I am mistress here. It was wanted, Sealed proposals which bewildering. NOVKM- will be opened Light came suddenly to Alan, This IIKi: Kith. 1918. FKIDAY. at the otfice of Dr. was the granddaughter, of course, re- - J. A. Anion, in Lancaster, Kentucky, turned unexpectedly from abroad. ut one o'clock, P. M. Ainu's mending wna slower than the T.uuu.uu Lancaster (irm ed Com Q doctor bad hoped, and Alan was gla'l. mon School Bonds, Ss. Interest due annually on the Kith, Days of enchantment like those epent A upon the balcony came but once 111 n lay of December. Denomination $500. first to be re- lifetime; Ida hostess wa kind. The dec c I December Kith. olden time frocks had given place to one each year thereafter. 1023. nnd Ihoso of newer and simpler fashion. Wesscd valuation for taxntion in Uncle to Alan's heart camo the gloom strict $2,000,000.00. of that first disastrous morning. Love S23.000 indebtedness in bonds. 'had found Mm. und he must pi uway L. 'nwment fund 1 15,000.00 well with It burled In his boscm. A pennl- - secured. Population of district about 2,500. less physlclnu may not ask thn hand Population of Lancaster, which is and heart of an heiress, included in district, 1.000. w "Tell me," he nsked, "how you came Located on 1. und N It. K. in cento me dressed In brocades, through a ter of state, in Illuc (iniss region. panel In the wall?" Lancaster has three banks, each of The girl laughed. "The panel la which has u capital of $50,000. merely a door," the said. "Old Mrt, Aggregate deposits In three tanks, Weller left her rings and gowns to $800,000.00. Two flouring mills of large capachie. I happened to be trying them on A and run at that time to see If tbey could be ityOne first-clas- sdaily. newspaper weekly. mudo over, I waa her companion, you City know, mid am keeping charge here due on indebtedness $21,000, balance Water Works owned by city. until the heiress arrives." Original cost of present buildings I Alan leaned toward the girl of his and grounds, $50,000.00. I vision, nia (ace waa radiant, for the Gurrurd County's debt, $40,000. gloom of his morning had vsnltied Assessed valuation property of $11,000,000.00. 01 again In a dream, W. M. KLLIOTT, Sec'ty Iloard. CwrrlM. Jin. Wsstern Newapapsr Union.) Lancaster, Ky., October 1 5th, 11118. 4m " "' l. f POSTE 0 0 2 0 a T 0 0 a ? a 9 0 J 9 0 & Woods 9 a 2 0 9 I 2. The Central Record, Thursday, Nof2l, 1918. Administrator's Notice. ll PUBLIC SALE! building lots, on Court day. Having located in Danville, I will offer for sale at public auction a house and lot and some Mondaik Now 25, 1918 AT 2:00 P. M. ter, Ky., on Lexington avenue. 'Mouse is new ana contains two nans, six rooms and Dath, pantry, china closet, three presses, two attic rooms and large basement Has solid concrete foundation, and is a wel! built at my place just out of the city limits of Lancas house. The lots are part of the Gill place, and are on the west side of Lexington pike; a splendid loca tion for a nice residence. Terms made known on day of sale. J. E. Neviiis. COL. I. M. DUNN, Auctioneer. Kavanaugh; Robert Hagan; II. Clay The jjuota for the Victory Boy. JIMcr; J. R. HaScldcn, Jr.; Willie I, Stapp; Harry Ilratton; Lo"k; and (iirls was $810.00 each. As we go to press the returns Wr- - Walker; Jesse I.. Walker; J. 0. from the local chairmen are as fol- - Boric; Harlan Warren; Ralph Mead- tows; iionlon Doty; vvnlker und Jov.?: D. Robinson; Win. Carpenter; S. D. Victory Girls $744.50 . and Eugene Cochran; Johnle Van-hooVictory Boys $4,53. 01) Henry Cox; Chas. Dourne; HuOnly fourteen teachers or districts n have responded, to this call. This bert Fnthergill; Denny Tribble; Tlipmpson ; Carl Perkins. of workers deserve much cori'H juvisct fur their valient work. The LancaiUr Diitricl Victory GirU nf iieiira has been a handicap", but' Eugenia Moss: Lucille Schooler: tilt iv is yet time for the other Sanders; Annie Lee Poff;! tricts to get in line. Call and Ret lit- - Willie Sanders; Judith Daniels; Mar-- 1 erature. banners buttons.etc, at Dr.Baret Cook; Susie Middlcton; Sarah Anion's office. ', ;DIand; Ruth Taylor; Louise Taylor;! .m",. therefore, he more logical to The followimr bov and earls have It. n.u:..,... i. ' tart I enrolled and have pledged to "earncis rnK HbT, 1 m0r"U,.f ,;rant; nVlen Guilty; Hazel ' and g.vc" $3.00 each to this cm. I)avis;l',ie .,oMlelf SteB i,trron. . .. ,. ,, , "tfen signed and the armies ills- "a pnleii : i band. The members will then be '? halite Craig; ralmeter dlrus; Katie! District No. 20. 'scattered among dissolute civilians Barnes Picl.erion; Anna Powell; Car- Teacher Ida M. Hurt; Homer .like ourselves, and will learn all our riarl:; Eugene Clark; Maud and WIN Irie Hell Romans; June Hiischlen;1, habU. , , ""-"Hue: Cli.il;; Henry Grimes; Lucrctia j Or they might--an- d quit Justifi'Elsie IJrown; Mnyme Stnpp; Eliza., ably decline .r.c c: Jessie Carrier. to associate with vie' .belli Dudley; Muithu Wnrd Sweeney; ions reprobates like us until we promDiitrict No. 11. j Minnie Mae ti iiiniuii , l.ula Aniler- . , MM Viola Tribble; May Vu.ihook; rjI1. Henjley (;ir!s; Johncttu FHrrn;"' J ucy anil Clell Vanl.cok; May Jones; yiorcnce Johnson; Dodo llournc;. m,orc necessary to the our forces than the effectiveness Jewel St!gall;Pearl CoUon. llernictf Champ; Pearl Dickcrson; iiulntinance of high moral standard. .Mae (.row; Diilrict No. 37. ... Ihclnia Hamilton; Stella KniLthe authorities, ludcil by the Mws I'runette Arnold; Clarence Uetsie Miirla Ware; fctella Duncan ;, Mr J..., Ilraddus;,.. I. A. and other stalwart , Stella anu oieii jriouic; virgu uastineau; Lvcln Daniels; are devotiiiR ceaseless vigilance (u Sable and Willie Denny; Hibbs Lay-- , Kulh H.u .er; ; lyrtle Icru,; t u thtreforB in. hu CMennL Mary "ro"'.; button; ton; Annie Sebastian; Bessie May "wenny; .nncy aim --uargarel Joiin- 'not with the colors to keen our house '.Margaret f. ictt; l.tnila VY utta .er;.'clean, and to avoid the rcandnl of n; Klveree and lleutrlce Hurt. ' Juuiilla Dunn; Delia Rice I(uRhes;i District No. S. ;. . standing disgraced by comparison ,. i, - .. M. Georgia Moss; Cec.l and Eva-- 1 ., , , , Mtlj hose whom we would presume Do T, to vt"w " lontificnl attitudes and lena Walker; Johnetta Sanders and i jiinnj . , Mother.; Agnes and Helen Hay; llunng. Cr;,tl-ulN, JoIl. h ttakerji Harrison Ray; O'Kcwr . "" ' Whea'wom.n Mm,,. Pcachie Mae Hurt; Homer Teater ,0' Cllmi'Mli Ethel W ylie; Mar- - Hit Our hen i Hoean and J I Teatei- - (n.,r.n ' ders; HenryMoore; Arthur Rankin; VICTORY GIRLS Elisha Carrier; Qayle Doty; George ;'Hubcrt Crutchfield; AND BOYS w'a,kcrZunone; Elisha Chcatum; Claud Dean Ricc Hudm CM Respond To The Call Krisbie;Gainea: Morrow ,,enr':Kinnalrd; Paul ;Vm. 'Francis Elliott; Robert Nolnnd; Iten Nobly. ") Pot and Kettle. fs the motive which the periodical agitations anent the morals of the members of 'Our fighting forces. There is ii hardy tradition that soldiers and sailors are licentious, and neither novelists, poets nor dramatists would have it other w ise. Since Virgil sang the sack of Troy the epic ami the romance have always s, depicted victorious soldiers as lechers and libertines. War stories would lose half their pep and punch if these elegant characterise tics were removed from the legion' aries that people the pages and more of us get our Ideas from story-book- s than from compiled statistics. Statistics, however have recently disease resulting from im not as " Excellent lo, "". P"'"" !.; J.. j,y I'J '"... I"' I I j,BIt ..i.,. District N'o. STO.O'i. Sue H'gRins, nml the sniiie fur ten !. -"- Oal hmir mitly 1.11 !oua District fs'o. 1 Mi v,""'"n Miss Linrai Holland. MI.4 .tun. 20.00, District No. Uiyantsville Prof. Cumnt; Cuill'Aiiiut lVt.ll $10.00. Duenu Vista nwope; usfen turn.; ijimcrt t.ur 1 rot. .nner, fnn., siw.uu. Teach Cnlldrn t 11 Ki.il i'it tis; Kourt riuope; Jlnry U. liolcomli; I .ekMu-- s Alhe Dunn, Prm., jsru.oo. . it la hrvn truiy l rny iier - h .1 iliunl Martha Cuitis; Amy Dauos, I)in t N'o, 2 Mis Kniimi Walker.1 kki Iii ilelllteir1 ' Miss Minnie Johnson; tola llrowu; )).."..). Dlstilit .o. 1 Mlsill t. ' Bidiutil wmtM emir nut I !'! tr. 11 kind milrhia .iirRe. '1 Ruby Moss; llessle Moss; Mary King Inis t'l '.. ,v .a;.,1,"w .'" Sutton; Maud Hourne; Delia Fny 'IV nV. dftr.ts..law lllanks; Ella Mae Iloutne; Emily their pleiis but rne failed 1 1 nd j 1 ' Dourne; Willie Mao Hourne; l.illle lit tf bos and girl vno Law Cciiiiionvij,t.i fid Corfee." TI10 IiukkIiici' a Mae Arnold; Stella Ye.ikey; I'cb.rt rjlUJ. 'Viv In'u Dug- (he iuid A. J. Bourne; Srultli Khcrrcr; Mrs. J. A. Anion, Chin. Victory (itrls '"'"I dntes 'Mai. ttii " Ccmmclllmi IProMWii.rni.':, iir..nrdtni .. Jumes I. and William Wutklns; V.'ei. ' "Cof- ItiwInnillMt " Latin Derivative. ley and Bertha Hatfield; Cabcl 1 Corporal U ilcrlv.. ilie miiih fro uuilOiiiiiii.iiovotillfi null" In tmfeth- Bouriw, laitln wiml tis enpti In, but wlili.nil ad- - , er." Jacolis, it Jew, pwnel 11 cvlTeo LancasUr Districts V(lor U .y nitxture of lh.' ami M'IIUR hmiut at DlforU In lU'A ud two years Siue- - of I ho Knall,!, wi.nl ...r:i. Citporall I luter the llritjoito win. estidillsli.il la Orvllle Goldstein; Mat n chief 01 lA'iidoit by Pasqun ltu.!ec, the Arine'ub broad; Hamilton Cox; T. Cherry Al- - l' nwllevnl l.ill'i j nn krrvunt t.f n tlty inerilianl. ' Ii d ridge; Clyde HoltJcliivv; A. C San. ouniusmler; l.iu 1 1.' Diitrict No. 2. lT(rli' lux tip frum Ids l")k. "Ve, k!" she reptleit. "Now, for lusltiuee, ( wanted lo pi to the concert I jit .'liurrd.iy nlsht, but on at count of 1 had tn slay N.ililll.-- . tslin K at w.lHhlllJ. hid III" it severe hradnche lie IIIIW Ikuii '. Hominy tiUht I vvnnte.l lu rail III. .' i'H llie 'lllil.' Ii) lll . Imnl il5 She hud hml i. .id ! Hie Ilruwns, mid Knle llrlggs ruiiH" 111 tifi and Miiyid uiilll It aa bi lute to h lull ullh J lilt uii'l lln' In. ih-i- i Iiilili-- s h oil- - llieri' 1. Mi. ,ltut Ami iiieu t'liiignt I puriicumriy i. lint stitiT; nml fin' In. kiuhN v.,nte.l It tu be fair, and It rained! s.'li i' k.le n Ih'lll Milne pt.ilefntl Even the wintlier inn.plres ng.ilnst tie enliif.irllllS i'ITil nf Hint me! Ami It nlwiivi l.apiH'tis Hint If Ii nrn lie Had irntleli 111 It. 11 I put nn n eniiifnrtabli' dress and pre- .I l ad tu lane til yre tu nH-uJ a quiet evening at home, ir..II 'I'll lie n il.iy I' be ellln- iln n ri inn, si.iee one p.Mnl rails; hill If I drc ell t' .pi t!" le villi "MUM ii up ond sit iimand Just buiglm; for ' ilielii ,N".i Vnrk pll In 9...1 I am iliMiiti.il to leittiiit iiuiip-uiy.1 n i'i ' slid llien mi I' a bn sn'!ul Ihe entire eretilng nluiie," . iljl.n' Siletti'i' a tiiiutietit. then Jim's tern; le tsell. ..lie Inure jnli t 111' 5im'I,-Xll.l Idl th stmck Ilia table nliil.hls pike at tl.Hir Willi a lliinl. "I say. Sis." Il Ill acres in Rirlinn 1, alillr.1. "U like llie vnlre tl:u pi'tii-i- l nn the hlg, ulllle lialu Hjaltsville, Ky. I lav. 11 mid ." arres shnuliil, "dn ynu menu In sny Hint pill on II, In 21 2 acre luts at "mil. I I, .ne iiiiniher )iui plan entues out the Jl00 em h, 1.I t'dii; we un1 III' fnlk- t' il.' I.nl I enn sell the other live. Thee way?" folk Inn like l"-- r nr.' lots will be iir.n.'.e "Ves. thill's Jtit what I inriin," !i soli nt the above named prerte'n' 11ml lie uhl ln' illiln't price or will be sold with two room replte.1. in.n lint mIiii mini wui ih' lisnle-,"Will, jou silly giMie," lie said. "Hi htuso and kite lie ii on them for sum I an. solution Is Just plan lldligs op. 'I ueiu . III1 llli .llhi. y' kunw, and of $ I nOO per Int. Lots above men- pu-lt- e fromiiiy. way Jell wanltlual the Muinied by nml heenl tioned to be purchaed by colored nfler'iril-tn liapMn." I. H Ik.Ij fn. m Hi' uilier slile Hml lb' people, therefore the KUauce of ! Mrrliuns fare was still gloomy. My, lint acres will be sold to colored only In 'te'iin'm's set, il'n' ntiui! "Well, nrcml'tig to my tmncrons ex-- j Il 1'iik.- -. y' lilnl- -i -- Uii'l 11 Lil better 2 acre lots nt the prices mention M rIe nces Hint rule would be success-- j nml hr m ihliics .liMer t' y', I' ed. Address ful," she sold. iii.'II i.tlk like lliil, llial-'- . II tell you wbnt, SEIlfiT. J W IIEASI.EV, "Say, I said Jim. iHleil, itn s lieen llire,ulld e'n linik.' "Try It for n wek and ee what Mtd. Det. F. A. C. (. T. S I slf no el.r! , -If the esprrlnirnt Is a Camp Zaclmry Taylor, Louisville. Ky li r hasn't reslly th' all well nml gmej. If It Isn't, you hsvn w il.iti'l touched tins country ylt, li.'llila.-- tn lose, Nmv, will ymi do I mi a.ulilu' shunt smuke er hlimd er "I will try your remedy for a week. lis n' t' tu kIiIiuiiL not really. Why v If It works nut, I shall be made Imp' u her . .miilry th III I le eldl k'.e ;i I')'-- As the Administrator with the Mill tivln llnslr snrir fer r..i It was nn the morning of the sevVeil Mild ers. mid In ItonsnJa suit .1 annexed of Eduard Nnlor deccai'cd, 'ot n them nther plscvs over titers I wilt, pursuant to the directions of enth day. "Well, Virginia, fcuw Is your 'In-- j r II. In' imi stulT Hist we wuiildu't said will sell at public auction nt Hie rlperlinrnl worklne out?" questioned link n- - ni fir imirti of anyltilnsj but Court House door in Lancaster, tiar-rilr- Jim. "Nut nt Ml," she replied. "Here 1'Tli th' )ii County, Kentucky, on Nov. 2,'th, plnnnlng opposltes nil the week, ays wr "lit Isii million Ions V food oier Ism yesr, hut this year 1!US, nt or about 11 o'clock, A. M. and simply nothing has tiappeued." Itut Jim renislu.it unruffled. "PerIt's nt I' be tlfleen million, fed the following described real estate. s nillltmi sit' s half o' our soldiers. Being a tract of hind in t.arranl haps you haven't iluue It In the rltht Nut uet year II will be twlct as tusny, county, Kentucky anil containing 111 spirit," he said, "You must plan these beids sll them oilier penple behind acres ninl bounded un Ihe North by opposite, Juit. as If they were really lh flies. tie lands if Rcu llutiinnn. on the going to hspH-n- you know. Now, fiT "Sti ssys we'te Just got t cut mil South hy the lands of lien Huifm.111, Instance, what alaml toolshtr more luxuri.'s in' all Tonlsht? 'Well, tonUht T cnes I sn4, eilryiK er we will wsnl, eyiii ef on tile east by the land of Johnson will put ou an old dress, get burled In Middleton, un the v.est by the lands r hitTeu' driue It ylt, an' neryUnly y Interesting" book" of Tom Nnylor and is the same farm rUe nill nml git Hiked, ik ylj "Which inenasf that you want soma du oir that was owned by said E.Iuanl Nay whit .Inn Iri It e one you rare for In tall on youi" dea't lor at th time of his death. Iturt lu eery wsy. "Tea." "Wlirr's tint half v' pie llial wn Said will under which this land is "And you would be wtlllug to has left fiom dluiifrj Her Ingiilrud, sold is on record in the Garrard Coun- aoms on you care for call vn you, I.siIijs; just alimi deniollslieil sll no ty Clerks OiTicr In Will Hook. V, then, when you base an old drr ont position aud leokln; for fresli lerrsln page 1C. "Certainly not. stupid I I shsll tax to t Ufa his Dlletitlwi TERMS of Sale: -O- ne-half of the another dreaa where I ran (et luto ft "(li. Peter, you isn't hue desrt purchase money to Ik-- due in six quickly I" twl.-- t s ly Wliut was I Jsl "Ah 1" exclaimed Jlai. "I fearsd ma. due in (.Iieated y'! Pie take sassr snC pie like mouths and the oilier one-hal- f ttery Dliht. I Suppose. Hw Aniir mil pie tsket diorlniln", stut y' twelve months bearing l per cent Incan you expect th experiment to work knw h's all Iktn Iklnis lost th' terest from date of sale. The pur- out unlrsi you are fair about Ml Nerrr lh" chaser will he required to execute mind Ibat 1iu'nval wal us P sate other dress tonlfbt, but' do uldlera an' Ik' olher iMMple oisr two bonds for the purchase price with just as If yotl really expected tn spend there." approved security payable to the un- th crenluf alons. Now trill yoir "Oli, fer (Ii' Ini's sskr!" Petes A moment' heslUtlon, then Virdersigned as administrator with the "Pood, f'ud, fund' and broke uul. ginia's decision was ruads. ."Yes," aha Diuiiey an' 'olbfr peoiile ever seuea will annexed of Edward Naylor. said. A. I). FORD. Adiur. tii' itnrt o' Hits dstnne.1 war. Seems A young woman with tinlldy hair, like a feller e'n base n u) tnine lie with the Will annexed of Edward aotled dress and ahubby shoes, sat la aiiis I' esl Jui.1 sii'a he don't nsut II Naylor. the parlor rendlntt when suddenly th and It ain't ealahle. I'm sick 'I death II. Clay KaulTmau, Atty for Admr. Ml gave a sharp ring. Iterating nu ' f.MHl." Impulso tu lice Virginia turned to th "t'urn bread and eetuble Mti, frirll "Daddy." door. "Perhaps It Is Kate Brlggs," ah mid vx nml milk and ihlikena,' A teamster "i's lieiinl nildres-lu- s thought consolingly. Nutinte iiiurniiired. his hard worklug liorse with "(iludiip. flg'jr At the door stood a khskl-cls- d lint Peter as In do mood to listen Daddy 1" mid to us It occurred Ibat "l!nrin' mure iihnut all them .itlier Mie "Daddy" Is a uilitlity kmmI inline fur u liMn whose shoulder strap was th lieutenant's bar, and across who pie Ihnii abuul yutir mii hiiflund and vvurk-horsmost daddlei. belli,; under faro was a broad Millie, "flood eve-dnclilldreri ! Carin' innie ahuut Iheui 11 steady dilve all the i;u Virginia'," be said. "I nin home. MHt.lt uter there than about nil 11s Dally News. for a few days, and thought I would pHiple over Iwrel We're Just as lin call on you." Mirlsnl 11s viinyhudy. We 1I.1 JomI hs Virginia's face burned with embar111111I1. We ilo Jnsl aa iniirh as His Ill'lilll't III' tilt' t'limlililill rassment. Robert Thomas I The man anMlep.. Jim aaya so, and you kimw of the whole world who held Hie highIt, They couldn't git aliuiic wlllmul 1111111 est place In her heart. That he, of all us. Ixmk mil fee Peter Perkins" Is my men, should see her thus. But with a luuitn. W've got t' dn our work mid fiMid 't do It on, we've ;;nl t' have our Co supreme effort eh gained her & uuil milled ns she extended her "Th, lady salil.'' Nannie siMike after hand. "Why, Robert. Tarn o glad ti atiuiiilent In a quiet voice, "that muiii lli.uk ilulns l.u.lm-- . n lj.ncs.ter ace your hu aald. "Come right Inl" people Hetuiieil like they rouldn t uu rulilit) el l.srrwnt. UH i Kvuluiniy, ilerstand until it irnt thsm er snttie u No ouu would have guessed the efvt nit: I'uisr in' hiine- - us tiih iMH.ple thsy cared about. She lh' fort It cost Virginia to keep her poise virtk vliy so many pmple wsi a she engaged her caller In an anithat 15th. tlay of Nov. I!)IH. renlly Jnsl hejciiiuln' t' utiderslnnd mated conversation. But her heart In IhN cniintry, Itut she mild sank as ho rose. Surely there was no' m Peter had Kottea up ami was Imik' Ie.ll. Kll'l hopa for her after this. She, had tried . .. I lug around him like a baited bull, and O.nrilrslls. .vrttreO Hli.1 UM-Ii- r .1 the experiment fairly. It bad worked llsuks ime Nannie rue, too, her voliv urgent and Cm.Ii riiuii IuhiI out tif the letter, but by so doing nhe imi li,U slmklnr a llllle with emotion, "slit I'lieek-- , Slut lilliercsali t(-lhad lost the thtug dearest tn her In lb :.ili eM.d ..hen mobility unci had wen ei ll.mklliK lleilte, I untilui SUO whoto world. r IVIilie Hiey couldn'l netef ail Oilier .V.vla not ailiilelstiMMl, ut.ft.r Then the soldier turned, and took sn ill slMtvr liesu nwu) frum lldnkln' uImiiiI It, an her hands lu his. "Virginia," ho aald, eurln'; It was like havln' HuiuelMMly 11 IniH .... "please forgive me If I have seemed to tli-- lr own In If all tliem ndllioiis u be unklmL Jim told me about the exl.talilMIIK'. MViple over there, (lulilln' and suffer I ui'ilNl eiuek periment you were making and no I d i.Iil lu, ih li sum' i m an dun', er sick and starvin anil I nml r.iMi i that I, too, would make an exlulutileil t'lufll., li.s eVMii.t havis t' uoil hiimelft, while He only periment. I have cared for you a loiu; Htiil Isles .lil a little harder and eat a ltttle mure n hviMi.lt .uUJ.et luelui'k 1:.41 . time, dear, but I wanted to be eure Sl.Ti-. i.ll 'lime a dlllerenl kind u' fiMid.' that you possesuteil those qualities I" id IVrllllnl lirek "Whsra'a that pier'. Peter hall which are necessary to a noldter's Tril-Miir lsuv'he.1, half growled, He wan look iiiiu Bunks anil .... I I wlfo, I am now more than aatltfled tin rmaiiiu initio I Ins" III the safe and th biead Ixn Oilier I.HMIIlfv lint luelli'leil II n that point for you lutve proven your -- TV... 1'r sn' nl s mir ties 1. "Vou'd belter let 111 have II beciitist gamrneas by seeing this evening Pll find It, Pin or die I Pie at any r.ajii I a .7 an ii through without a quiver, when you prlee for nml I'll eat Jim's piece, now, nl k'vniiu'k) l leint) must have been Buffering agonies. You fer hint. Touch roe anywhere elsa, Puts K k'elliilwita auilJ of (urrsril. sei have also proven We.ll Jour tfustwortliiness, but leave lne eauy In my slomlik, I Jeiitsbil ra.lilsr 01 llie vUirv lunjrit liu . .m and also your aenae of humor, by keepluttuleiMiilr sMetr tl.st iht aIi. tail y inais wheie a man Uvea. U true tu tle m.i of uur ksuIs.ls su ' l del ing your word to your brother whsu rial 'snnle would not smile. Shs K K McKdCTIls, l'r. .i.l. nt ' Inwardly you rebelled against It. I exwent' over to the clipboard wbsre slei J. W. Klmor,t's. tiler j pect to ro, across soon. Uay I lake had put pi away for tomorrow's din si'ilssoin In Wfelr urn this 'At l , with me your promise to be my wlfl" and sot It sud set It Oil lb labli diyuf Xun, Isis. Virginia lifted a happy face to his. kefoi-lilln. TTien sh wheeled unj Will II HuH'sr. Nt.ur) 1'ul.llc. Ml cmuails "Yes," she whispered, "but oh, pleas atari st Into Uie other room. On Hit lion rviilr.s rvbrutr) Is, K3 excuse lu a minute now, while I get Hu Trr f vtie oioluonj alienee and oh-lilSICIOBII on some different clothes.' nrtty paused, howeyor, an4 Tk Um th ayliM was 1 K Kotdnuii, W. II. Blosl,, T j. fries (Copyright, mi, br th. VcClur. Nssrsp-- pr Bysdlcst,) Ii. ).' nltlmilt tllnlny oil hiiy fuel. IteotileH he w .tun Iih.I li.nl In ki niT ullli the draft il 111 ! pcr'nnt having claims against PLANNED OPPOSITE f the late Dr. E Eviin are diteitc to present them proven Dy MISS STELLA L. COLC. by law, to my ntlotue;. PETER PERKINS is requiredHoover, N'lehohnvtlle, , 'Everett II. hy, All permits indebted to nt once. Vlrirliiltt "I Mir Limentril iih!'" saldTstate are notified to call-i- n t' Man Whs Csmt Te. Paget, "It sectus ns If everylhlng I plan Tlu Story of umtersigne l mlnnnistrntor end pay ay Abby Mcjuirt Roicll. lately minis out Jut the oilier wny .the FRnie wiihout further notice from whn I I want It In. ihiu't ('. K Ovir.trect, AdmnMral-'f that I have pintmed a lliln.' In I fll IV11 is '1 I'rlv llllli. nMink Dr. E. Evms. the Inst inuiilli but whnt Jut the sppiv isliilit .11 a.h In ( urn iIik Held thing has h'ippcneil." 111") ueie llng h.iy HII'I daillslil. 1 "So?" ipierlul hrr kmlher Jim, loot- ttrHl. .Simi In uliif Mid he ihe e.laie I I LOOK OUT FOR vss,t,vvvsvs 1 - tl u. nrrirlr gn.nti. Lost Stuor, !e j .!. ' lAth, Mr. Mont.' Pox started 1,10 cnltlerm Danville to Rlchi-.nd- , when thy got to n 1, 11 wa found that one steer m sin. of there cattle vvera J bri.nd! . lit 'mi r.giit hip, the v. ere brain'e I with tar, some It) 011 r'irat, son e on left hip, with I.IWiul nrr.ws mul.'er. frr Infotriiatioti liiidir.if to recovery. Nctify Monte Fox, Danville, or P. A. Deiitheruge. R'cbmon I. They tn. ie j the Hubble pike. S. A. Dunthera'ic. On October I" ierd Farm For Sale. tr - htr h. Sale Of Land. llf the t. fr Garrard Bank Trust Ui,. f