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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): November 28, 1918 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1918 cen1918112801_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 28, 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. TWKNTY NINTH YA! LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, NOVEMBER 28. 1918. STERLING HERRON KENTUCKY LIVE STOCK SALES CO. Wounded In France. Mrs. Luther llerr.n has Just Have Auspicious Opena letter from her son, Stcrlir.sr uateJ November fith, Iti which he ing. I numb.... states that lie was wounded while going "over the ti p" on November Ho I'' n5w in a Red Cross hospital and receiving, every attention nnd sas the wounJ l not serious. Sterling l In the Marines ami took active A large crowd of buyers were nt part In the battle of Chateau-Thierrthe opening sntc of the Kentucky lie writes a splendid letter nnd we Live Stock Sides Company nt their hope to publish it in our next issue. stock jurd on Stanford" street, on County Court day. There were over . four hundred head of cattle changed hands and some of the bunches Dies Miss changed Lands several times. This company not only helps you make private sales but also sells" your faint Lick-- While on a visit to stock nt miction the seller reserving Louisville last Sunday, Miss Marion the right to reject any offer and onLedford, was stricken with acute In- ly paying nconimisslon in event he dication, from which she died about confirms the sale. The sto.k pens I'.nvo been overone hour later. She hid eaten some CONN BROS. oysters and complained Immediately hauled, thoroughly cleaned, the scales first-clas- s shape, In fact as of feeling 111 and while going to the put in train fell on the street. She was the manager, Mr. J. S. Haselden tells taken to the Hospital nnd had every us, it is their intention to make this That American dentist should have medical attention available but they one of the best live stock markets in seen to it that the Kaiser "had cut his save her. She was about Central Kentucky, and that they will nni' otl"r could not A tf wisdom trcth. 28 .ear old. a devoted member of build new pens and other equipment communicable disene sire to the Christian church and was .very .as nece: iiry to take care 01 me tiaae. what the Hun soldMrs hae main In Isolation' for ten tlayi after popular In the community. Plenty of feed is kept at all times She was' e hcar.ng, recovery by a new i rder Jut issued t!i. daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. plenty of good water as the city Is done with their mlt uni!" "Scrappeu" ther.i by the State Beard of Health. "Gctt i Lciford, who lost their 'lives now installing water in the yards, ' w.th "The Devil take 'umT" last June. Shp the pens well lighted and u good warm in n railroad Is urved by one sister, Mrs. I. II. fire In the office and no extra charges Optical Service succeeds, The It) rue In tact ns .Mr. 1)lc KUVtrnn,ent has l.fteJ the banj SI; lephjrd and fivc brothers, Messrsjimvle for weighing. where other fall. J. J. Ilrne. Dan- - otJ the ircJJ jUit critlcism may now -- main. Speed, Asher, James nnd i Haselden says they arc equipping the Optometrist, nt the ,,e n,u1ged In freely. We have vllle's Exclusive Noble, the latter now stationed at yards so that traders irom n uisiance Hotel, Lancaster, thi. , ,ny a, M 0ffjcjat are doing Camp Meade, Md. The remain were wilt be arsured of a good warm place week. stay and a thlr duty and the world looks roy laid to rest Tuesday afternoon in the to As example hearty welcome. sales of some of the just now. Old Paint Lick cemetery- When the war began the (ierman bunch sold by J. M. Cress at nuc- Shelby Jctt hanncned to quite a sclJlers marched .forth Rally- - to the, serious and painful accident last Mon ition to Joe Aldridge. averaged eleven tune ofN"Everv little movement has cents per pound, a is eun wus and cne-na- u Prepare for your winter reading, dn.- while out huntine. Itefore the ' a meaning all lt own." accldently 'discharged, while" getting yearling bull nt auction sold by V. A. end they must have thought the allies by having your eyes tested and glass-ha- d w.uu, .o.uu nnomer urougnt a fence, mangling his finger a hell of a meaning. jes fitted by J. J. Byrne, Danville" o.er while some of the shot entered I Captain W. II. Davis, the live stock 'exclusive Optometrist, at Kengarlan badly, his body. He was removed to the auctioneer was on the Job and kept A V. M. P. A. hut is called by '.he , Hotel, Lancaster, for two more days, lierea llospit.il where two finger the crowd in agood humor all during French in their eager Imaginative way Kriday and Saturday. were removed from his right hand. the sale and to one on the outside thus I.aFoycr (hearth, fire-fideHe is now recovering and is thought would have thought there was.n showword bring- the magic touch on In place of stock sales in ns much to be In no dnmrcr. ing to the poilu the added comfort ot A. Hardin was on hand judK us there was so much laughter and the suggestion of heme (promptly at the opening of court last GAR- I good feeling. .Monday morning, out on account 01 This company wilt adierllse your Instead of thr Annual Silver Tea. the epidemic of influenza, which at , steel; free for you and should you The Ladies Mitsionery Society will this time is ro prevalent, he very have stock to sell we heartily advise this year have Praise Service and wisely postponed the November sess that you write them ns it will not only Thankiciving offering at the Presby- ion until the next regular court, be advertised at home hut all through Although hostilities have eclseil and Central Kentucky, assuring the seller terian church, Wednesday evening, which will rontene In March. December fourth, at the Prayer Meetare uusy clear- - ,hat m The Juries were all dismissed, but i.ovcrnmcm c.erhs finJ good bunch ing hour, seven-thirtJudge Hardin will probably return ing up the casualty lists and ! 'of buyer ready for his stock. Watch the grim realities of war come home ,h, about the third Monday in December fo a ,ist o tock tQ bc oIJ The Welsh and Wiseman Company and try a few' equity cases which can to the soldiers dear one's. During next Court day. The merchants and of Danville are offering special price the last few day two home here business men of Lancaster are very soon be dipoedof In Ladies Coals, Suits, Dresses and have been saddened by the distress- much interested in the success of Fur.. Their assortment of Christing news through the War Depart- this Company and knowing them as mas novelties Is now complete and ment, that two more Rarrard county docs we unhesltatcly recready for Intpectjan. Their large and other boys have fallen on the field of hon- the editor The Aberdeen.Angus these live stock sale, of Mr. K. C. McWhor or. I.ast Wednesday, Mr. James II. ommend them to any buyer or seller announcing advertisement special prices came in too late for ter, will be heldSaturday, November Naylor received through the Depart as high class business men and you will be assured of fair treatment this week's issue. 30th. This promises to be the best ment at Washington, the sad news of . .hethe b Come , sale of its kind eer held in the coun- the death of his .on. Corporal Ulburn ,tock am, and brin(, ty. Some of the choices Aberdeen- - Naylor, who wa with the American their u market in Lancaster Angu heifer in the country'. will go Kxpeditionary Force in France. Hi let us build The remains of Heather Long, who under the hammer at this sale Satur death occurred October 13th., due to that will equal if not surpass its old reputation of b4ing the best live lost his life by drowning in St. Fran- day. Other stock of hih grade pneumonia. stock market in Central Kentucky. cis river, nearPlggolt, Ark., on character will be sold and a record He left Lancaster for Camp Tayust Eth, last, were brought to Lancav breaking crowd will doubtless attend, lor on February 25th, !P1S and after WilJ ter last Monday and were interred in as a number jf buyer from a dis several months training, was prepared the Lancaster cemetery Tuesday tance are expected. Dinner Will be for foreign service and embarked fur morning. served on the ground France about the first of last August. After hi arrival there he wrote sevThe State Board of Health has is eral interesting letter to his father sued an order forcing all persons suf and friends at home telling them how firing from influenza and other com well he was enjoying the soldier life diseases to remain in fur lie was a fine young man and was I. en Hav after recover.-- . Am- - whn .u exceedingly rr.-ito get into the this order will be reported and years prosecuted, it is of ficlally announced, ne wai iwcmy-si- x service, old last Anril. flcside his father he leave three brothers, James, Jr., Rnv( Ilradford and Casy Naylor and three ' istcrs, Miss Stella Naylor and Mrs. Pattie Eason, of this county and Mis May Naylor, of Kamargo, III His lieclassifying of all men at Camp family have the deepest sympathy of Zachary Taylor who nro to bo dis the community. charged, so that they will be let out I.ast Saturday night the distress- - of the service according to the loca Ing new came to Mr. nnd Mr. E. J. tion of their residences, is necessitated Young who lives onCreamery street, by telegrams received from Washthat their son, Fred had been killed ington at Camp Zachary Taylor headin action on October 25th. lie was quarter. These telegrams direct that only nineteen year old when he en- when men are discharged tho ramp listed in June 11)17, in the regular officials are to with railarmy, being a member of. Company road traffic authorities, so that the -F- - 1th. Infantry. The last letter soldiers are returned to their homes from him was dated Septem- in much the tame manner as tney ber 20th, in which he wiote that he came to camp. The purpose Is to was well mid right in the thick of the send the men In groups, thus preventbattles. ing straggling. The men from each In our issue of September 5th, we locality will be assembled Mid sent published u letter from him, written away on a single train. 18 Years Experience. 1 2 Years In Central Ky 'to lit mother, in which he ald; "I The men will wear their uniform have just gotten back from the front home, and are privileged to wear the All the latest for a few day rest.whlch I need for I uniforms for ninety days following have list to n.uch sleep." He mention their dircharge. led in this letter that hi dear friend AND EYEGLASSES. IN SPECTACLES STYLES Frank Jeje, of Danville, wa Killed No by hi ide. Fred was the idol of his Navy official said today that devoted parent and it wa some time 'before they would give their consent President Wilson and the American for him to enlist being so young. Thi delegation to the peace conference Exclusive Optometrist. I tins first death In the family of ten will cross the Atlantic on a big army ' children. At the home a service flag transport convoyed by dreadnoughts AT KENGARLAN HOTEL hang In the window with the single and a destroyer flotilla. "We are tar of red, which now has turned are from Missouri" for many year to gold, a memorial to a brave and to come when ticome to taking the NO AGENTS. I EMPLOY patriotic son who ha given hit life, word of that bunch of Germans d f that others may live In peace. "over there." lt Cattle Sell Well Court Day. The Best Hiddtnl Bier Made! That's what they all sayO when they use aaLifetime" SPJECAL for this week Thte "Lifetime" 3Qt. Aluminum. Pudding Fan. SUDDEN" DEATH. Aluminum Pudding Pan. Ledford In aRSSRXHrSBSSSSSJSjSH ll'r''7N---lBKU-t- - 'Louisville. Warning! In"""" THE HOME IS THE CENTER OF THE NATION SO YOU COULD NOT BE MORE PATRIOTIC THAN TO KEEP THE HOME Free Press. FIRE BURNING WITH A NEW RANGE AND OF COURSE LET THE NEW RANGE BE A MALABLE. SOLD ONLY IN GARRARD COUNTY BY Lancaster, HASELDEN BROS. Kentucky. Winter Reading. ALL TOBACCO BUY ERS Will Not Be On Market Before January 1st To the farmers of Garrard county! We are in receipt of the following letter from one of the largest tobacco buyers. The J. P. Taylor Company, which is self explanatory; "All North Carolina nnd Virginia Bright tobacco markets were closed continuously for five weeks in the midst of the season on account of the influenza epidemic nnd pryor to that time they had been partially closed scleral times on account of the scarcity of labor and buyers. Every one of the large companies, including the Tnylor Company, have been called on by the Government to give up a good many of their buyers to the Colors "nnd those buyers have not yet been released, consequently every Kentucky buyer who knew any thing about Bright tobacco is now located on the Bright tobacco markets and the very best that we can hope is to wind up a sufficient number of the Bright market by the end of the year to enable us to move the buyers to Kentucky and itart at (he beginning of the new year. Some of the companies think they can hardly start by that time, but we have urged all af them to ngree to put their buyers on the market by January 1st, so as to give the Kentucky farmers a good market from the beginning and on the other hand, we have urged the Kentucky warehousemen and farmers to make themselves satisfied with the opening of their markets, say, January 1st. We can not possibly start our buyer in Kentucky before the first of tfce year nnd although Lexington U advertising the opening December 3rd, they hnve already made us the proposition to decide on n compromise date of December 30th, which will give them two days earlier opening. than we have asked for. This December 30th, opening we have not yet agreed to, but we are not at all arbitrary in our decision and will notify the Lexington market in less than a week whether or not It will be pos sible to meet their ideas to the ex tent of starting our buyer Dec 30th. Of course it Is poksible to get some body to bid on your tobacco before January 1st, or December 30th, a the case may be, but you are obliged to know that with the larger buyer unable to be represented before then it will create dissatisfaction among the Kentucky farmer and cause un favorable comment from the papers, the banks, etc. We hope very much that the Rich mond market will yield gracefully to a situation that cannot be helped and which i caused entirely by the war and the Influenia and that it will with the buyers to the extent of opening the market only when the buyer can be repreented." ouri very, truly, J. P. Taylor Company, Inc. Per J. I. Miller. Vlce-Pr4 Trea.THE MADISON TOBACCO WARE-Richmond, Ky. othe fOStponed Circuit Court r Cl. TWOMoITe Our "tired business man" has not time to take of the pronouncing glossaries of the magazines which So when his kind his wife devours. meet on the street corners to unfold their morning papers ai)d discus the latest from France, it is a time of confusion of tongues. Below are some of the names that bob up so persistently in the news columns so adapted for our palates; Chateau-Thierr- y (Sha-t- o (Fo-sb,- .) .) RARD BOYS On Honor Roll. Foch (Pwan-ka-ra- dan .) Joffre (Zho-fr.- ) Metz Verdun (Vair-dungCiemenceau Poinacre Se(Mess.) ) ,.. Petaln With one accord let us all agree to pronounce "armistice" with the accent on the first syllable. McWhorter Sale. County Historian Seeks War Facts. Mothers, sisters and friends of our Soldiers: Will you please fill in this form and mail to me that I may properly keep and report the record of our boys. Let me impress the truth upon you that the history of the world's greatest war will be incomplete without thil record. Attend to thi at once that your loved soldier boy may have his place in history to which hi heroic service and sacrifice entitle him. ' Name and rank. Home address, P. O. Father's and Mother's name and ad' dress. Age of entrance into service. Date of entrance into service. Place of entrance into service. Race. Branch of service. Transferred to Promotions. Casualties. Date of discharge. Remarks. Mrs. Fisher Herring, county His; torian. Remains Brought Here. ,,. ,.. Violations Be Reported. T Rpl,,.,, Home In Groups. Hall. On last Sunday afternoon, November 17th, at two o'clock; the death Angel entered the home of Mr. Abra Hall and called to higher service, hi wife, Liza Hall, age 18 years and five months. They were only married nine months and four days. She was ill nine days with Spanish influenza. The last few year before her marriage, she was studient of Berea College, u place she filled with faith-fulneand duty, well performed. While there she added scores of friends to her loyal host truly, "to know her was to love her Her mot' to wa others. She was never happier than when serving her friend or rendering service where ever needed. Her cheery happy life will make her loss keenly felt. In early life the Joined the Baptist church and lived a constant member. She leaves to mourn her loss her husband, her parents, five sisters and two brother. After aervlces at the grave her body wa laid peacefully to rest in Old Strlngtown cemetery. (Mr. D. R.) Notice Saturday November 30th the Ust day to live In your City J. R. Mount City Atsetsir. UK list. I f The Byrne Optical Service Eyes Tested, Glasses Fitted. J. J. BYRNE This Week Only. Will Take Chances. I The Central Record. Thursday, Nov 28 1918. 5 B I I I I i Of Live Stock and Farm Implements. 10 a. m., S 1 I) Having sold my farm and not expecting to buy another, I will sell at public auction on I I ft m SATURDAY, NOV. commencing promptly at all my personalty, consisting of the following: 30th Hogs 4 I Registered Cattle, Sheep stock heifers. and j ! 28 fine registered Aberdeen Angus yearling heifers, bred to 2 fine registered Aberdeen Angus yearling bull, extra good. Complete catalogue of above registered cattle now in course of publication. Dean of Hillcrest. j See that you get one and come to this big sale. 20 good cows and calves, 6 good grade yearling 23 head of extra stock ewes and 1 good buck. 60 head of hogs from shoats to brood sows. "I good 7 year old saddle and horse. 300 bales extra mixed hay, 100 barrels corn in crib. 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, 5-y7-y3-y- Horses and Mules 1 1 1 1 pair good old horse mules, brood mare bred to Jack, three-yeold driving mare, extra old family driving mare, 2-y- harness ar 10-ye- ar I of ensilAll Farming age cutter, 1 first class Deering binder, 1 first class Superior wheat drill, 1 mower, 1 good as new Deering cutmower, 12 hay rakes, 1 extra ting harrow; 1 Poindexter smooth harrow; 1 Section harrow; 1 manure spreader; 1 steel roller; 1 good hemp machine; 2 good as new riding cultivators; double shovels, tobacco plows, and almost every tool used on a farm and in good tools-consist- ing Mc-corma- ck Splendid 2 horse corn crusher; 2 good farm wagons; 2 good hay frames; 1 new John Deere wagon complete; 1 buggy; 1 runabout; 3 King 'Automobiles consisting of Eight, in good running condition; Best Oakland Roadster, always ready to go; 1 better than new 1917 Ford Roadster equipped with 5 new demountable rims. 5 new United States tires and tubes, shock absorbers; 1 ch up-to-da- te Klaxon horn and etc, in good condition. Be glad to have you test out these cars before day of sale. Household and Kitchen Furniture. Home Farmer, now is the time to start you a registered herd-wh- ile you can do it at your own price and without the expense of going from home to do it. Do not let the opportunity pass you and let these fine cattle go to other states when you need them here. FARM. 2 p DINNER ON THE GROUND FOR EVERYBODY. REMEMBER THE DAY RAIN OR SHINE, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 30th, SUGAR TREE GROVE STOCK MILES FROM PAINT LICK ON LANCASTER AND RICHMOND PIKE, NINE MILES FROM LANCASTER. TERMS REASONABLE AND MADE KNOWN ON THAT DAY. 1-- 2 i COL. JOHN B. DINWIDDIE, Auctioneer E. C. McWHORTEE. The Central Record, Thursday, Nov 28, 1918. THE WAY OF A GIRL By MISS JEANNE M. DLACK. IT'S NOT YOUR HEART IT'S YOUR KIDNEYS at- - as In Ki rt enr. t. r of itf , eon. lnr ' tjtirll, rtf t'le pis itRllrhnu; pn i. tftlujr lan ! t.ieil l,.i ' ;o kidioM trouble T it kt'ltieyn er ilie mem tutil Titer are the! "rmtnn of Hie tili the luirlflern. of tour blood. 'liter K ilnev ill Ik iinusl!)' Irvlkated by we nervousness, ttrtlt,., sleeto-niie- .. . hltlkl.ttl. ntol.wrh Iron- 'Ii mones. hi I'tlrM i ii.i lower aMotnen. a il ive' 'ifomatlsm. letlca "III ln, I nomlir n ln that stranger ran he tlngulnliodlooklng wlin passes here n persistently every few hour In Unit gniy nimbler," said Mrn, Hurl; nn she peered from between the curtains nf Ihe parlor win-(lo- t. -- OF- I i j 7 150ACBESfLAHD150 AT TEN O'CLOCK A. M. Wednesday, Dee Uth miles from Danville on the Hustonville pike, known as the McGraw farm, now belonging to Floyd Curtis. POSSESSION GIVEN AT ONCE. TO BE SOLD ON EASY TERMS. Will be offered in two tracts of about 50 acres and 100 acres or as a whole to suit the purchaser. NEW BUNGALOW OF FOUR ROOMS AND TWO PORCHES, Dairy House, large stock and tobacco barn. The farm is level and gently rolling, well fenced and everlasting water. On the best pike in Boyle county and close to railroads, schools and churches. THIS FARM IS GOING TO SELL FOR THE "HIGH DOLLAR." Will also sell a lot of corn in crib and in the shock, also tobacco sticks fodder and otherpersonal property. DON'T FAIL TO ATTEND THIS SALE. LOCATION-Thrcc SW3NEBBQA0, Optlmiitic Thought. A man may be votml to In n gen eral, Imt only true bravery can uiaki Mm one. To b ruccennful a farmer ban tt Ilontnn Trim bo Mmrp n n ral-r- . ncrlpt. Then and Now, the man nlm bad trurlid to tin end of the tnoM of the uny b.iik, "I rarlli uml ttilltitl out, nloiie, iin.ibbnl. without frlrmb to help me along, with the Intention of making the Morbl pay lilt he lUlug that It oue me. My only lllli-were it dollar bill ami u deter mliiatloii to make a million more To-da(anil be threw out hb client proml ty) I Hill bate the determination ami fifty cenb In ihunge." The Real Estate Man. Teaching Canities to Sing Tune. Canaries nuiy be taught tir Illg a tune, mull as. "A Life on the Oienc Vae," by repeatedly hinging lo them In fut.Ttto, or even to kpeak it few wonb. Once in n while (though rarely) n female canary tumn out a tine tdnger. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. Jutt So. Cut out thin advertisement, enrlomt It with rente to Foley & Co. Uii HhetrieM Ate. Chicago. Ill, writing )nur Hint and addrens cleartr. Tou will receive in return trial pack- i Thirty yearn ago," j I I (I) role)-Itonejr and Tar Com. the atandard family remedy lor lounhn. colda, croup, whooplmc couah, tightness and eoreneea In thi.l, grippe and bronchial couihe. (8) Foley Kidney ritle. for d, and disordered kldneya, bld. der allmentn. pnln In sldei and back due to kidney trouble, ore muscles, tilt Joints, backache and rheumatism. tl) Foley Cathartic Tablets, a whvleiMinie and thorouchly cleanalnc rathnrile. Vou can try these three rally nmedles tor only Cc, STORMES DRUG STORE. pound, age contalninc Eiy to Recognlie. Helen, four yearn old. went tn tin movies and wan much Interented In tt.t war plcturea. When the Mutue of Lllf erty wan projected on the ncreen, slit evcjiilmed: "I can nllun tell tint Ood detin of Liberty. Vaune he ban nn let ercum cotit) In her hand." Prison Pathos. If Jon never heard n prboner ny, "I want to go home." there nro infinite depths of palbon to which you art u Leavenworth New total a ranger. Kra. 9 LUMBER ALL KINDS. 6 STOVE GOOD KIND. Helen Mu.oheil ftirlntmly nml turinil a conscious fnce to her mother. "Oil, ye, mnmney, I forgot In tell you about Ii in. He Is n cui'.--t ut the tavern. I cnll him my I'rlnee Charmlug," nilil Helen, laughing. "Ills nninr Is Lerny Tnlmage. They nay he mail o loads of money In Knlnm.uoo, or mini' outluudUh place, unit cmne linck In (Ivllltatlou In spend It, Then rutin the war. He has lieen to Franco uml Incidentally inivcrcd htm-ec- lf with glory nml mcdaln. He weurs the nil tit n ry iron anil the Legion of Honor iMin lib breast nml looks like man who really count," flnblml the girl ulth sparkling eye". "Hut what tiling' mull mi iiiiiuzlng person to our M'cluded village? What In the nttrnrtioii)" naked Mrs. Ilurk. "Oh, rent nml scenery,- - I supMie; lie b on leave for convalecence. He ealb these hahl old niountultin anil rocky pasture 'exquisite,' 'a valley of drennin' anil one of 'tlml's lieuiity pot".' I must sny I don't iiilinlro lib and tiikte; give me the Hob-pot- s bright llghti. I rare not how beautiful It be. If It be not beautiful to me," s.ing the happy girl an hi pinned on her Mm but and gathering tip u tin pall and lunch banket, she iqieiied the door to the wlnd-hloAmorning. "I!e-be- . miimnry, I'm oft". I'll take the Mnrh baby along for company and give poor .Mm. Marsh a ihnnce to get her Jelly made. Haby cun roll In the closer while I pick berrlen." "Well," thniight Helen, villi a giggle, im the tripped gaily away, "thut'a the time I put one over on mother. If she dreamed that her iiimophlMlcnted little daughter bad actually flirted with the lianilfonie stranger, I trem-- 1 ble to think what would huppeu to j little tne. Hut I khuuld woiry, every i body tall to xihtlcrs these day." Wllhlti half an hour, the Msrh baby, a pink and white morcl In rompers, wan Mumbling among the' clover on unsteady legn, picking the "pltty-plltles- " while Helen picked ber-- J rle in the paniure on the other fide a rail fence. Suddenly the alienee of of the summer morning nus broken houk-houby the of n motor car, and u familiar gray roaibter lines came purring of aristocratic along the road and ground to a stop opposite the busy berry picker. A Helen nodded a gny transformed Leroy Talmage "good morning." climbed from behind the steering wheel mid with one leap was over the low done wall, and with widening eyes mIoihI looking down at baby Marsh, "bn da," gurgled the Infant, lifting entreating blue eyes and chubby arms. "You nincul,' and the tall military man caught the child up, held him aloft, then cuddled the little creature' tu hl strong arms. The rose-lea- f mouth was pressed to his bronzed cheek and the buny lingers played with the military crons. "Why, Haby Muri.li, you are alto gether too familiar," scolded Helen. "He calls every man lie sees 'Dada.'" explained the girl, with a bright blu-l- i. "His father Is In France and he naturally misses him." r "Don't apologue for baby, Mrs. Marsh; let me play villi him. I am very fond of children." , er, the man When luncheon was sat quietly smoking and Matching lln'l girl wPh the leeplng child rodlng InT Hid'. "Mr.". Mnr!i," be begun, "I was on were a inared lo Mud that a oin;iii." After tenet 'lurried Mlence? he udded earnestly: "Would It Interest ou to know that I In never love not have been ilio rest tiling!" Another silence. The man The girl stirred resllesaly. went on huskily: "When I first saw you tripping along your quaint village streets, In your simple white gown d bat, with your Ited ami Cross bag on your urm well, I know I had reached n turning olnt In my life that's all. I hope you will not I confession Impertinent. think this am not In the habit of making love to other men's wives, and I hope you'll forgive me. The girl sat with demure, downcast eyes, twining the child's silken curls about her finger. Suddenly she sprang to her feet with an exclamation.'' "Quick, It Is lulnlng; a big drop splashed on baby's nose; wo will get soaked. Mr. Taluiadge, will you kludly motor us Ten minutes Inter they pulled up e Ilurk cottage. Helen turned a roguish face to her companion. "May I trouble, you to drive up tho street a block further! I must return Uaby Marsli to his mother. He was' only for the day. And I would llko to Introduce myself. My name Is Miss Helen Ilurk." "Then you are not married?" the man, and he turned transformed face to the girl. "Not that I know of," returned Helen, with a glance that meant much. "Won't you forgive me, Mr. Talmage?" she laid, trembling with emotion. Til think It over, sweetheart. It Is small thing to forgive, when the ending Is so wonderful." She looked up tt him sweetly. "There's a big life ahead of us, dear." Ills hand closed over hers In sudden tension. (Copyright, ins, by the McClura Newsp. , per Syndicate.) t l.t . s til hj UK, e,i ' ki'lrie, ieliT.4 h' 14 ' rt I ih rem w aunn It. IM iiot uv ,i to your ilttitfv ml M inorronr it li.'Ht on 'W)U) JICIi.M. ItJirif.i t'lC'ilM la tven( four tlMHM yo-Ht'O'l t fel .tut lKr lellTlln ou n,ei unit .Ml tli a of i.ol.li Ml.HXt, tl.iurli-ii- i I HI. f . . I th.n on AVe curt . yo'ir-e- ! '1'ifl lo MU nn. or tw-.nl ,t.iv, in eHf.it'. e,,.--i ..rt.ntiiiii no nnwur.l k"r ti I I 'mini?!, ., nnt-r'Aoff , tl tlene ,li.t Mn .ire niltire'st 0,inirir of ither atlckn A IK f.ir Hie ortKlrtnl i.naln In a"i i iat the IiHne.s linturttl K)ljLl I Timi tnlo imiill in, tliil.lt. MI'Ii.M ttrjii.t 1'tllea lxt". Money M.'KM, ii oil Cepeiilee on it ht-- ,lj not help y ju tl II ti.i- tt. to'n e i. f b4 fir,.'l i,l Intelilsent Main: Dog. A tbinlliii r (Me.) ,i,jr mm caught on the tri'vlle over the neM Halite On-'ni- l lnilili'i nliil eollbl l.nt ri'.lt ll tin) -i nd Tm ..il if the iitiiln; imln. tlelne nfraid to Jump n!T of ho disliiiice In the gttiiiml, the tin IropiMil bis Ihnly ,ier nr.,. of Ibej-teem, litlins lib Inn I anil hgn bung ibt The engine nml lK Clirn pKeil tilling ll, then llnggll' lerLeil up oin- r. r found tin count ran cle.ir .md calmly llnl-hc- d hb Jour-ic- y home. rramtatsd Into EnQllth. .ivt.. it' h.i.d Intu I'nslMi. and nre i.j, inti bryphnl butiks In sumit ciilllnnn f th. lyble. They wen formerly pHtitod tinder ii dbllnrllvn hciiin- - lirtuvrn the Old and the New Tcntuineiiin. anil in that form run ntlir be found In many old family ItlhW .They an alwnyn Inrliiileil In the ao-- I called S'cptuaglnt. n vcr-to- n of th l'.lble timtl by Hie Crc k ibnrch. Tetti Straw. Ilxpvrliiienln have recenlly been car-m- il out In Scnttbh mllln for the tpurpi.no of di'termlnlns the yield au.l I of tenting the utility of straw pulp. J Itotb ubeiit nod o.it traw were tented, sa'i-- f 'Wtiry rennltn were nb i"..! litlrnl. A M' til of pulp un obtains! 'from nat ntruw equal In n." ter cent of the weight of bone-drtraw. Hiern its nuid In be ii MirpliH tuodiiellon of tonn uf uraw in Scotland j 4iH.ni , i alone. All b(i.V- - of the old nm, r jilin. II lu number, Tenl.unent hare been Ideal Union. What greater thing b Ibere for two itimnn oul. than lo foil that they In htrengthen each ire Jnlniil for llr llber In all labor. In re.t In ench other n all mrmr, In 'nlniil'T In mill other n all pain, to be one with einb other n ullent, miniMMkii'.le memorlcn at the nomen' of the limf partlni? tioorge tn !lnt. Fcarlos. A mini who tniiken teen itdvbed by u SIT, ii week ba rller that lie rati narry and get along. prnldlng he hn.n aveil up a fund. 'Hint .noumb reason ible. A man wbo.iiui mivc u fund out Hilary has nothing to if ii Sl.Vn-nceear from m.irr'age or anything cbe. City Htn.. atian Justice Leads to Love. to Hint, whether you love lit in or not) ml ou will come to love him. lius In. i Snj Praljei of Heroes. Arennllne tn clnnnlc mMlmlogyClli wan the goddenn who nung of glorloui aetlnnn, her pratt on he--j men. An anebnt lutiie rcprc.nenb ber an n beauM'til utinn III a roll of manuxrlpr and Hie tpunpet of fame In her hand, n if r,tordltig and ipreaillng the fame of hernen. How It Is Done. When n woman b content to groi gracefully, she iMially does It gray 'Id ""'y- - I'n Juntlce to jour brother 'ytut till LET US LIGHTsYOUR FARM .WITH ELECTRICITY BelterSafer and.Cheaper than any Artificial Light. BASTIN BROTHERS, LANCASTER. KY. FROM THE GARRARD BANK NOTICE. 4 TRUST COMPANY. i November Cth, 1918 Vou are undoubtedly uunre that as nn oriKlnul subscriber to bonds of the Fourth Liberty Loan you arc for the period of the War and for tuo years thereafter accorded an exemption from surtaxes, cxu profits nml War profits taxes on the Interest received after Jnuuuiy 1, 1918 on an amount of I and 4 per cent bonds of the Liberty Loans previously Issued equal to one ami one half times tho amount of our original subscription to the Fourth I.onn, but not exceedlni; n total of $45,0u0 of principal nf such previous issues provided you still hold u proportionate amount of Fourth Liberty Loan Honda (orijein-nll- y subscribed for) at the date of your tax return. In other words; such amount of bonds of the Fourth Loan must be retained in order to carry the exemption as to income from pre vious Issues. This fact is of great importance to tax payers and should not be overlooked. FEDERAL RESERVE BANK OF CLEVELAND, Ftical A(ent of the'United States. I i ! homer THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Cap. A. II Builders Hardware. tur$ 30,000. Surplus i. 30,000. DKNNY. Cashier. HDNMV. ('resilient1 J. K. STORM KS, Vice I'res't. Imbllook-Keepe- Hervey & Woods J. It. Marti', r J. U Ctl.l., Safety Oeposit WE SOLICIT Boxes YOUR For Rent. PAINT LICK, KENTUCKY. BUSINESS. C. It. Swinebrcikd, Alex It. Denny, J. H. Pusey, J. g. Stormes. S. C. Denny, J. U Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. The Central Record, Thursday, Nov. 28. 1918 To The Tobacco Growers Ad-joini- Ot ng It Is Serious. Madison, Garrard and Counties: As our )olicy has always been to look after the interest of the grow Tin fciffl'j Irfc ers, and get them the high dollar for their loGacco, we have been unable to S? t' Card !. announce our opening sale, on account of the influenza prevalent in the fr ft M' shirt Tdii'i I ma- I do' .cii South. We were however, advised by the big tobacco purchasing companm aldtiiT a It i itrrd i r ' ies that as soon as they get buyers to the Lexington market, we wouhl have ) 1"" la i if r ''t ''r, iii f "VI themhere on the same day. al'Ir lalorrhst It I I t.l'J'Hjl'U'raiKBTl'ls,! I I Remember the HOME HOUSE has never speculated in one pound I well Tr .ii.dj i ' no- i f 'ardnl tlm t2n f Hiclr kixvI L I crp'' sli.iUl.l of tobacco. We do a strictly commission business. We are for the grower bea! Iit yo u T- - OrdaL At alt tiN irner. II" iniliil with: JruKHti. first, last and all the time. penr (iml, I would Iik- i l.rothi r or Before All Things. Mer. bill If lt' Jn.l tm' .iiiiie In jo'i. Wc have doubled our floor space and can now unload your tobacco lll.initMinifiiH will ii. 'I i' M lyf rather ban .' ll. r will llirents of n linlter tnllmbkiti lire the same day you come. We also have two of the largest buyers prizing on n; fur, under Omkwhi'iWM.ver or ti'iw Washing Four Feet. that, whhtsiM'OT. "Oust'tf'i' DJy Never of tli fi'Hl ot The ralliil In ninke mil rimer wilinll iUni c'.i.- - nf ieople Thrr Ii a our floors. at al',,1 v liniii exit, we will die frii1 mi I. Jn"ll the iimr on M.llli 'l' .t.Uing will ..t,.-by l.licll'h :i Whitehall gel nt tlil I" menly be We will announce our opening date as soon as the big companies can i.Milnc.T. s.ierelgn-- i lllllll tin' iMid nf tin s,r rnjoyn Hint wrtlrnlnr ilr. entivtilh eeiiturj Afiw ti.it tin- cere ialiery flail, In "hlcli Ibe pusher Wats of elr get through in the South. Don't be misled into taking your tobacco to a A r Long of hMnry thelinPast. that al mony wa. mi It it, taken iJilllful. Is Ietv Willi llio mid Ibe Arilili.lioi nf on the lnd". tiHm,n iiii. ire npprecl' iniiiiienlou 'hi' e. market where it will be sacrificed. For we know we will have buyers on lul.'in retilliil In longilndit nfInarno die of the And fninkiieslrieerltv. nivl lln iitei vnr. llie.- tun qnallth-the In Ibe e) l.'ud.ind wagiil nn Inter nli'.lle In In mer an exprelnn li h f the same day that Lexington or any other market in the state. illli' .i iiiinllrl wllh I'inucr Liiown in PtrihsHtr. niter Iwnuty. .n ul...,. IfH.lnl In t I., .h.i.j..... 1,1. lit.. ll'inilred V"af wnr; while the inr Hoping that none of the growers will be misled about the opening, or ivn'miidlinr ennlllet between l.uclnni ti.mllily ilul) Il l tn 'n lim."i x for u riillt Siiitland may be ald to hnvi .... , Caught On to Sailors' Trick. uiin emnne. on a Hun t inlti.t,- inl-'i'- ir -' rd while II a sun'" in thinking they will have a rmjrket at Lexington, or some other point, behl '.eniitiire to '. .i.i mini live I'tivmK l",ri hoii Hrlti.ti iklpi-rdelnV Milling unTim upimniwoet.l torn ImcIc mul ''lie iienitln. No Crime to Stifle Yawn. Very truly yours, '' fore ours, we remain, Hint I'opMlir Mr 1'iiiilif Mnmi til the next di). Ii "ti nn iBiy rays 1 1 i ie.vs. "My woik calls for a lot of ifl stooping oer and this caused my hld-neTerrptlnj. dm n't wsnl! td Ket out of fix. I bud dull IT an apple ilnmt'' teii whv i.h - fi nn'ir rvrirli across my buck and loins. My In Ih hm ktHn. acted tun frequently and ' nil hut with Unit l.i at -- iiiiii- and' It Ibere Miillln' iii vim with n then iHMiii were sliiigih anil the f iwirrnH" I Im.k ili'ti If rhernhli a br!rkilust-llk- e contained fine? lloltlmori' Sun. lidney tiim.nt. I used 1'ills, which I bought at R. K. ' Good Advie. I'lmrniaey. The beckache ' wurry when lift mu and my kidney r 'bcetmu'i The niiiii who iIih to ii a Inol a. the ouo-whj he Hticht 1kU1i " In- whe'i lni'it.lit Wiirolmc I'tic liUc, nt all denlers. Hon't lworrlei for Hie h.iilili. piolmbly not bud S ' i.ply aa kidney remeiSy get b.iil n lelllnu thin." drift III no l urn's l.ldney fills III" same tli.it in ruin, run for an u nlirellii, ln-- ti jd of ro.trr-Milbur- n Vr. .I'nkiiH huil. nf sijlng "liiin'l Worn- the bet ad, Ruffal", N. Y. Mfn., vice t Kle a limit In tnniMe Is "lift . S V. lttiy." Thrift Jliics-lii- ". U Anollier Paradox. In my lltllr nurni') "I line loiliinl His Preference. k til i ll Uiltliiie In iMilllme." v Id .Milne tm n hi ii. lop il fur n dot. ' win One day the uuro nnnouiM'iil thnt If iimI pbIloiiptier, "tint ll"1 Yi. tublis hlmulf on bi'lns Idiut In bl' In- - woiilil prny for II. i id mlclit Kotut I MM Hj'imli very wn, I nk sniiio ery j.tuti'i hBn n liiniher or u ipti'Mlnni." Hint nlclit the I '!- - mi' fimnl Mm ' 0 Some Lancaster I'ropt Fail la R lln the Sarlouinrts af Had Hack. Forgiveness. Tlu constant aching of n had back, Tin' brine only kim i h.m In fnrslvi , The weariness, the tired feeling-l - II tin1 moil refln- I i n.! goiirmili I'hc min nnil nrhrs of kidney UN plt.li of Irl Iitiiimi' .it" inn ar I May result seriously if neglected. rltn nt, Hlerne. DunsiTtim urinary trouble often Homer's Fte Warning to Poets. ever lhe " A I uncMter eitisen shows you what The unnte- -' Iw '.. II lie lllll ii Mind Iwrfair tn d iii'tiHly n nrlir JniLlna .liillmmrv vrnrl. Mell ellll fiHIkhl npr, Water Woris read, tnncNtter, i hU NHir, I'M". wmr J Dally Thought. The wily cure fur irri-'- f I) Henry I.hit nctlnnr-Hnrr.- p I III r""' h 'v:'lt ' .'. II 1 ltili Take lon' 111 - mmH I 35 1 3 S I 1,1 3 ,H III - 1 ln H-- Libe-t- y iiul 1 Pfi-le- 's Le-- g. In- - W rinir-.ln- y h- r i i ,i . ' Y.H-- k - - 1 Labor-Savin- g i mi Is ml-a- , - - - r- ! o-- i rt- . . i THE HOME RICHMOND, GET HOUSE 5 By W. E. LUXON and I. M. HUME. be Ii.imi.i The oflhf n.ieti-il nuk of a nr law hmlnir Iks-i- i Ing it a crime to slluV a iwn. Vol unv hue In i.ilii'l 111" nw of MniV bc-l- i who. in you will rii' II, ne: l m i 'ii It V e I" Miirdi rlng teni. Indl:iii:'p IU Mar. I KENTUCKY. FOR Mr. I SUM'S SIT. HEBRON nnr-in- v l I ,.,,, ..r,- - VffllR PAIFJ" You don't have to rub It h to et quick, comforting nV.cf you've tried it t!iat tI!T muscle, scutic pain, ri lame back, jou'tl Aod t wince warm, toothing relief you n.'ter thoujht a licimcDC could produce. Won't stain tlie slan, leaves tv mu wanes no time ia applying, enr; to give quick results. A hrc,e bottle means economy. Your own or any other drueqiit ha it. Get it today. Onc Jo!, t, i. v.tt' vte Mrs. J. K. Crawford returned home from Frankfort, Wednesday i.nd is very sick. Mcsdumc Irvin Dean and Sum Dal-toreturned home Thursday from I.ouUville where they had been spending n few weeks at Camp Taylor. .Mr, Thos. ilicks sold n cow to Mr. Jake Hughes for $100.00 Miss Ruth llroaddus resumed her school work at this place last week, and Ml" I'.uth Montgomery left Sun-da- y for McCienry to begin her school Monday. Miss Mabel Montgomery is spend-irseveral days with relatives nt Nicholasvillc and Lexington. Mrs. Joseph Ilicks remains quite sermon SundajT on "character builib ing", the second one since the "flu" ban has been lifted. The old custom of the Fork church observing Thankgiving which, has been dormant for a few years will be revived and services will be held at ten o'clock Thursday morning. Some of the members think it "especially fitting at this time. liev. Sebastian spent Saturday night with Rev. J. W. Ma linn. Mr. Soha.tian was on his way to fill an appointment with his Mt. Hebron church when his car balked right in front of the patronage door and refused to budge any further. Weak Backs Vou so often get weak in the back, I.ou 1'reston has Just re. listless, and all rundown this time ot turned home from n pleasant visit year. Ten to one It is because your Optimistic Thought, c.ith friends on Poor Ridge. kidneys are not working right. They learned other When one clewo Mr. Isuuc Montgomery mid family are the filtering plant of your body. Lcmuic easy. of I'ink, Ky were with his mother. And when they get out of fix, you're .Mrs. Lournny 'Montgomery here Sat out of fix. MICKKYK urday night and Sunday. What you want to do at once. Mrs. I'enchir Crow spent the latter, to come in and get a bottle of Vin Hc-Ip- rt Mis Kbdc Whlttaker is visiting of tlitv week with her sister, Mrs. pnticn for thoroughly cleaning out Mrs. Herbert Wliittaktr. ycur kidneys, stomach, "liver and .Mary A. Snndcm at Coy, Ky. once to the sent Mr. W. 11. Gullev sold to Mr. Mito Mr. Taylor 1'ieston spent from ' bowels. It goes at you up. strength-Mrs- . trouble, tone Simpsout pair of miller for $37ri. Friday until Sunday wild her mother, f " your back, and makes you feel Tinsley in Lnncsstcr. Mr.'I!. W. Sander bought from .Mr. ,, like a ntw person. Hubert Long a cow for S7.r.00. .MAUKSHUKY Good Reason for Talking. Mr. mul Mrs. Ottis Kay Rogie and .Inhn ti lk.il lontlnually, n one !:: visilittle duughtcr, were week-en- d Mr. anil Mrs. A. 1). Kste of Itlch-monId" mother biking patience xald: 14 tors of Mr and Mrs. Adolph Hcnslcy. Mrs. lUndlgraff, i.f OeaUvlllc. I.ancas- - do wNh you wotiltl treii siPl. '.Mr. and Mrs. Ilnndy Kurtz and rnd MIm Kliubeth Kste of nimli nil I In- - tlnu'V iniikei you talk spent'sundny with Mr. nndtcr. were guejt of Mr. fircvn Kite. lie nn"Meri-- l ipilrMy: "I'x r."t to titll laughter, . I nunu.iy. wt I won't forget wlint I Ihlnk." rs. Wm. Jenkins. Mr. Dortun who fell sometime uxu Mr. nnil Mrs. I!. W. Sunder iinil hip ' tlll uffr-Ir- g Trereh-Ohjaln- j Cmh. laughters, mul Mim Barbara (lullcy and fractured his greatly from the uccldeut. 0;m of ho cnHHm- - imit udetit t sere truest Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. mimicry l the llddlci cntli. Thl caMewr Hob anil Less Clark l.ited Henly. Whlttalmr. at Kriksville. tn-nihome lolk at Leiiigton, ki.t rbon eiwiluru l nn 'viK'rl In Rev. I), 1". Sebastian filled his reg tlicir ilitf-ilnHo mfrli- - wl'li Mm, iik wrt Sunday nnd v. cek. of Mm body, un oxlniorillnury ivihniii ular appointment here The new roslduue of Mr. John Sut which fcirvi us mimi1.-- . Mirord and waa the guest tf Mr. unit Mrs. Thumps tin ncaiing cjmplctit n. ki.'KTi. Tills Ih un I'lilnrKement of one Davis. claw ImimhI mi iiiucIi llki' ujlddle Ihat Mtt'unu John and 1 K. Mre. Ilurrison Ray nnd daughter, o:n- - i.i.mr It gle the endi Its nnmo. a will rntvrtn'n u Mrs. Marion llrown, iave been 111 Th.mksgiiing duy. It will be : treat with the "flu", but uro improving. fortuimte H'.e. r Cure. Carter anil to the Mr. and Mrs. Herbert If our t'jtn n m In ood order we Mr. Ivlinoml Sutlon, .Master Willie Campbell, Mr. and little eon, William A. J. Rico, the "flu" pa- iu:iy kii'P theni mi by ok'iilug them Mb, A. C, Miles, rpent Sunday with Rice, .Mi.. entirely recovered. water every luondui: when imilr tients, law Mr. and Mrs. Mai Carter. we wnidiMiUt cold water N for stroiif Mrs. Kdmond Sutton and sou, Mr. It lephl Sunday School has been opened ififs; xevufc onen Khoiild use illawiheC K. I. Sutton, tire ill with Inf luenia. J ,'m, ut0 Mir,u,c podi'r solutlor here. Kverybody is invited to Mrs. Fanny Tolbrd has recovered Ibereliu Keep your boraclc ! ready "mixed In a bottle, then you sick tpull. ' Locker upciit n few day f rum a Miss Linda to mako It iip everr day. won't liuv. J. W. Million pieaciu'd a got J Mrs. Robert week with .Miss sirk. 'Made Strong By Taking Vin Hepatica LIVE Hi it -- ,irr ..m.. ntners in mat one of llie vr the e.,iiV K .i I r'e rlmniil to a Side ThU .11. Iin-elrli l Il, rmk Unit l inftiml.il In a J ilv K.I lif "ii. it - Ml ' a llyiluk ultra".-- . I' ..ili, tb ira.tr . of .' n 'ln-- r d y itilmn-- t M'" l"iv " 4 I fit .till.- -, when oi.reil ll.il on the lib Ihetr tlilf I I i1 i I I ln't nnd fr.ui In wlilrh lli l"P. I M t! .niter sums. l.ii.' t l.."i;ier are plmiil 'k'I a" f fioni muilnlii '""i nini-i- i -- hit 'ier ,!,, OF- STOCK AND FARMING ha IMPLEMENTS. Having soldmy farm, I will on "'' Friday, Dec. 6th, '18 y AT TEN A. M. Sell at public auction a$ my place on the Sugar Creek pike known as the John Stone place, near Judson, the following live stock and implements. One eight year old gelding, safe for ladies; one five yeaiold saddle horse; one nine year old mule; two yearling mules; twenty-thre- e head of yearling cattle; four sows and pigs; fifteen nice meat hogs, if not sold before day of sale; Eighteen shoats, weigh 130 pounds. Also a lot of farming implements and some household and kitchen furniture. All sums of $5.00 and under cash in hand; over that amount, a cred of twelve months, with six per cent interest. it T. 3- - Hendren, Capt. 'A. T. Scott, Auct. j last LANCASTER, KY. The Central Record, Thursday. Nov 28, 1918. Obituary. Trusting that you may profit at our Annual Clearance Sale of Auto Tires J: Great Annual Clearance Sale of Auto Tires, W hiv ma3e II ruU to closa out our ntir t tec It of tlr tfrjr fall tn ordvr that wm ma start ttt new jrair with an ar.ttra now itocV. What wa now hava U comparatively new atoclc naw yaar but tn ordtr to start th rlfht' ww ara ofiVrinj tha full Una of tlrat at a vary low prlca on that you cannot afford to overlook. If you do not naad tham you can buy them and put them away until you Jo ntrf tham. Tor tlit pajt two yaar wa hav lattaJ avary nationally advartUad lira .and wa find that tha Goodrich 31 by 3 34, which is aipaclally mada f:r tha raar wheels of a Ford, wl.t gUa much mori mllaafa than any oiher brand. Wa hava glvan tha United Knobby and tha KallySprlngflatd r.onBid a fair trial and know just whit lhy will dot and tha Goodrich for tha past two yean has been exceedingly good. Wa will sell you just what ycu want at tha lowest prices. In this sale w are offering Havo-lin- a Oil In five gallon lots for $2.40, cans Included, for $3.00. Wa carry a full line of Ford stock at vary popular prices, and have a St5t large stack of Champ! on X Spark Plugs that wa are offering tn this sale for 55c Porcelains 30cj .Columbia Batteries No. 6, 35c Tire Patches.St values, for 73c, 50c, 40c, Cotter Kays 10c boat Bulb Dimmers at cost 51. All other dimmers ten per cent discount. Tha "cant-sli- p ForJ Foot pads, 60c( Auto Chains ten par cent discount! Ford Radiator Covers at bargain price Also the anttfreese at a disiounL Bear In mind that we sell "That Good Gulf Gasoline," also Standard, Monticello and Indian. R. M. Arnold, Phone 247 Danville K3 . The announcement of the death of Mr. J. II. Smith who died suddenly while returning from Lexington, taat Monday night, with a party of friends, brought much regret and sorrow to his many friends and relatives Mr. Smith had spent his entire life In ammamW Garrard county and was a kind and upright man and will be greatly Optometrist. missed from the community In which he lived. KENTUCKY. Hal he lived until the 17th of DANVILLE, Opposite Gilcher Hotel. Apt'!, he would have been 71 years cf age. He Is survived by six chil- OHic. Hours 8 to 12 and 1 to 5 p.m. dren, John L. Craig, Mrs. Hutler Sutton, Mrs. Lynn Clark, Mrs. Herman D. Hoover, of Troy, Ohio and James II. Smith, Jr., who Is now in Trance, serving In the American Expeditionary Forces. Mr. Smith was ever ready Office at Kair.ey'i Livery Stable. to help his friends in time of need or trouble and numbered his friends by Lancaster. Kentucky his acquaintances. Much sympathy is extended to the bereaved family In the loss cf their dear father, their mother having died many years ago. He is gone but not forgotten, Never, shall his memory fade. FUNERAL DIRECTOR Sweeter thoughts shall ever linger Office Over National Dank. Around the grave where he is laid. Residence hone 3. Office Phone 27 LANCASTER, KY. CARDS.J J.J.Byrne Exclusive . Dr. Wm. Pryor, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. J. A. Becizlev f Obituary After a heroic and patient strug- District fttaldtnta Disfranchised. Residents of the dUlrlct of Colum- bla never had tho rlht to tot there- In for national ofnclaK which would Include the president, or on other mat' tens of national concern, after ttie tor-rltory embraced In Jhe district was ceded to tho United State, and be- came the seat of the general corcrn- ment. m i J IT, r. UMMlltt j LwiraCTjsj mw mmmj gle with a long period of Illness, Mr. I'orter Wearren died at his home at I Gray Copper. Wild Canaries Not Yellow. Cru.ltv la amah The work of n Swlsi Investigator canaries on thrlr native Islands are 'Tour only applaue," quoth a star McCrcary, Ky., November 3rd, 191S. uzgests that nb'wlutely pure copper of th mnvle.. "l ih riicir nf th Those left to suffer and mourn his striped greenish found In great Buck color like that camera." Dirts, by no means resembling In color may have a light-graObviously, an Instance of loss arc his devoted wife and five f most other metals, since It Is found cruelty to actors. our cage canaries. The yellow canary Invention should children, three brothers, Clarence, ien uw in uai i wi-- r come to the rescue and equip every Wearren, of Pennsylvania is n resuu or selective ureeumg, Brutus the same may be raid, of course, of .INtlllwl In vacuo has only n pale rose movie studio with an applause ma. nnJ 0nlJ Wearren of Garrard coun- other cage varieties, such as the hump, color, while the yellow color of gold rhne. consisting of a pair of cast-iro.... fv backed Ilelglan canary and the "111- - become much lighter under similar hands and an endless string of percus-- 1 , l"? 5lsle"- - Minnie Wearren cf treatment .uis.uIIe an'' Mrs- - K a Peele, of curtou" feather-pat- rd" slon caps.-K- llm Fun. ' Illinois. tern. Mr. Wearren was a well known citizen of Garrard county and a member of the Iluptist church at Buckeye. His body was placed in the Lancaster Cemetery. His many friends join Lthe bereaved ones In mourning his loss. The burden is lifted and the dark clouds of sorrow turn their silver linings wheiKwe reflect that Mr. Wearren passed out conscious of the presence and protection of Christ. Two weeks before his death he earnestly sought reconciliation with hU God. By the skilful direction of Mr. N. L. I'rewitt, who sat by the bedside rnd read the Gospel promises to him, was able to ree the way. Upon of the the immediate acceptance . jsni imm. m Basse promises and n personal trust in ivMismii.TJW.v'fcu r. . . v ' Christ as his savior, he began to -praise God for the Eternal Hope and continued to praise Him until the liveries of heaven were summoned to wnft him home to heaven. "God moves in mysterious ways 1 iiMtn." miniiu...... His wonders to perform." May the came gracious Jehovah who saved Bro. Wearren, comfort the hearts and lift the burdens of the RaHfMr, Marketers .PrafJucart), bereaved ones in their hours of trials. "I know not where His Islands lift Their fronded palms in air, I only know I can not drift iHOoaroaartD Beyond 'His love and care." (Rev.) D. F. Sebastian. An Praduclns ana RaflnbiK Campariy H. J. PATRICK, Dentist. Kentucky. Paint Lick, Dr. Printus Walker VETERINARIAN. Calls Answered Night. LANCASTER, Promptly Phone 317. KENTUCKY. Day or ' Honaker FlneJ Cut Flowers. John M. McRoberts. W. A. WHEELER DENTIST LANCASTER. Office over - lk" 4a Twin mi UJF rWU mmmmr: ssmmAi itemaia - KENTUCKY. 7:3')-9p.- m. Stomas Drug Store. -4 Hours 1 a.m. WHITE p m. JOHN vvnfa LOUIVtl.U, KY. Lltxnl uaartawat aa lull vslaa t CO. PH Transartr, wm- :r.FURS HM ma SMtSkla BOOKKEEPING mlHU.Phoaagrapay McCombs Producing & Refining Co Establish' r. TYPEwRil IWu ami TELEGRAPH M Y APPKSVta BY CAPITAL ISSUES CSMMITTU "Ium4 by th. Oplulof t.su.. Commlllf as not lnooraptlbl. with Ci. nUoot loUr.its but without approval Lftlltr, r.lldlty, worth, or Mcurtty. Oplntoa No. AHJJ. Advertising for Soul Mates In Germany. Marital ardor has been supplanted This by martial zeal in Germany. evidenced by the advertising col umns of German newsnaners received ItiAra Mntrlmnnt.il ml. rover whole pages and are inserted by people of all ages and walks of life. A peculiar feature of these adver tisements is that many make appeals for husbands or wives for relatives, Parents, brothers, sisters and even friends of those who seek mates invite correspondence from those matrimon tally inclined. War invalids, weal thy physicians, manufacturers and rich widows are among those who resort to publicity. One advertiser says he is a widow, cr who has property amounting to several million marks. He admits lie is 58 years old, but says he "looks younger." A physician who has an unnuat income of 100,000 marks reeks to arrange n meeting with '!a beautiful, rtately woman, object mat rimony." We think it will be a waste of mon ey for any of themto advertise over here. Iti fmUmi u bkl uZm SO PreduclriK Wells 1,000 Barrel Refinery 17,000 Acrea of Leases 30 Now Tank Cars wilbch nfi r..ft WiSl b.i. aauTU.LziaaiM.r Im HJCUIM wu After Friday, Dscember 20, 1918 STSCK ASVANCIS TO $22 Per Share $2.00 Per Share Present Price Par Value $1.00 Per Share The montr raised from (he sate of thla flock will continue to te used, aa It has been used In tho past, in tho development and eip&nalon of the company's prupertla. Owr rtiutp-mel!5. M).0O of mpltal raised from tha sale or Int rated In properties and tot Is has In the Ifttlrt mofitha ot, tho companya tilatence. Its outatamltna; position twlny aa companies opera ttns; In Kentucky may he aeenbed the iMder amona; the Independent oil tu follow Ins; thla policy of eipanslon. llesults acoompllshed to data are but a forerunner of thoio which may be eipectad to ensue from the further development of the company's conceded I y aluable huldlnca, and expansion In tha Held of Its operations through Increaalnf the alio uf Its rehnlnff plant now Operatirur. and the purchaaa of additional slock at IJ.tW per ahore properties. In tlew of procreas to date "McCumb ftiTHlucln attractive Investment opportunity with the probabilities ot unlimited enhancement In value. ltn The undersigned hereby give warn ing to all persons not to trespass upon our lands for any purpose whatever as wo will prosecute all offenders to the fullest extent of the law. Hunters nnd fishermen especially take J notice. ' It. L. Elkin, Mrs. Cora Phillips, Mrs. Emma Daniels, It. L. Arnold. Mrs. Sarah J. P. Hackley, Mrs. Emma Higginbotham, Edd and N. B. Price. 1 S. C. Uigsby. Bicycle to Travel on Water. A unique device produced by a POSTED Dividends 500 24$ Per Annum BARREL FLOWING WELL Well No. 2 on the company'! recently acquired Butchtr Itas In tht heart of the Big Sinking District In Let County aftsr bslng drilled In and shot flowtd at th rate of over 500 barrel! dally. Well No. 3 Butchtr, Not. 3 and 4 Harglt, Not. 1t, 13 and 14 Ad. amt Itatt dut In this wttk. sey City Inventor Is a water blcycla At first sight the machine looks Hko bicycle, with sleigh runners Instead ot wheels; but it carries, also, two large air tanks to support both machine ani rider. It Is said to be uonstnkable. . Jer - 1 12 DRILLING RIGS NOW OPERATING Full Information on rtquttt LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY 190D Inter.3outliern Building ABRAM RENICK, President Onli'tn will bt rv(vhl by Iflffnipli or telephone at our expenst) up to mid nltilit, Friday, I K'lvnilier 'JO, 1018, at per share. Influenza? La Grippe? influenza or la firippe needs now. It coven the rough inflamed throat with a soothing healing coating, clears away the nuctis, stop the tickling and coughing, cases the tightness and bronchial wheezing. Day and night keep Foley's Honey and Tar h Just what every sufferer of Superstition of 8eamen. If a man Is 111 at sen, hls'most critical tlmo Is when land Is first sighted. If he survive an hour after the sighting of land he will recover. On some trawlers whistling. Is forbidden It scares away the fish. Other skippers believe that to wash your face la the middle ot a trip will break a spell ot calm weather. 46. JEL. 12 Gals. Poultry Tonic You cxn make 13 r&lloi!)f lhalMt J jmultrytoulcLnowa 5 with tvj isotiid ot iMfkM rwitif Umttj. VCilU Cure km! tinsrnt 1m, Foleys Honey-T- ar " rnfa HI n handy It gives ease and com" fort from the very first dose. Buy it Now. STORM ES DRUG STORE. , utbstrdlueii. At ilm rUtst or by mall tjtyjll, took fbMlMls1C,ll(lUtH.b tru Huelden Brothtrt. The CentraJ Record, Thursday, Nov 28 1.918. ii VICTORY MENS SUITS & OVERCOATS S15. 3 LADIES AND CHILDRENS SHOES MENS SHOES AND FURNISHINGS assured when you trade at this itorethatycu will out in every line, so you nay ready to make good. WON. $20. We believe in quality and carry this idea we. are always ' 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. We nre also proud of our own efforts in being able to assemble one of the BEST STOCKS OF CLOTHING we have ever shown, notwithstanding the unheard of scarcity of wool, caused by war. Wo now have PURE ALL WOOL SUITS in stock made for us by HART SCHAFFNER & MARX and other well known brands, at prices which we think are unusually low considering the conditions today. w $40. BOYS SUITS & OVERCOATS S5 to set your moneys worth and ret e JAS. W. SMITH, untie r nr Lancaster, Kentucky. niTATti'V should find me unprepared or unwilling to go.". When Gen- THE WESTERN INCORPORATED. eral Pershing paused at the FRONT AT HOME S1.S0 a year. tomb in France, held sacred by esuED Weekly. nrn and gtve. J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. every American and breathed people of AraerlrnI"or n year the young hnve been coached ELK1N. Local Editor and Mgr. the immortal words; "LafayR.L In thrift. Instead of the old problem In the arithmetic look, "If Mary's ette, we Americans are with Entered it ibe roil Office In Laacaiter, Ky you", he included Cleveland motherhergave her three nrples, Jane second CUn Mill Matter gave two, and she ate one, bow Frost, whose soul was fired many would she havel" the third grade Member Kentucky Press Association with patriotism and a desire to girl Is now tint to the blackboard to and solve, "How many Thrift stnmps nt help the Eighth District Publishers League. 2B cents apiece will Mary own at the "In flanders field the pop-ie- s end 2 months If she saves 10 rents Rates For Political Announcements blow" but all over this a week J The girl In the grade above her Is For Precinct and Citv Jffi:es ...$ 5.00 broad land of ours the fields learning In her arithmetic lesson how 10.00 are white cer County Office with a new harvest, many Thrift stamps It tnkes to buy the 15.00 E'er State and District Office the mystic flowers of Sacrifice yarn for 500 helmets for the soldiers 10 For Calls, per line In Krnnce. Still farther on the eighth 10 and in this hour of Victory, we grader Is line For Cards, per told to figure In, terms of War have brought back to us the Sat lngs stnmps how much It costs to publications In the interfor all supply a regiment of Uncle Sam's men of individuals or expresspirits of all our brave boys, est tents. sion of individual views, per who died that Qthers might live with shojtcr the Earn And now and Give club of 10 line in peace. the younger girls of the Young Wom05 Obituaries, per line The Central Record down-trodde- n. of-1- Lousier. Ky., Nortmbtr 28. 1918 That splendid paper 'the last week carried a supplement, a memorial page to theinemory of young Lieutenant Frost who went down with the U. S. transport, which will be reOpportunity to De Seised. membered was sunken by a A porter In London was engaged In cleaning a luggage van, when the door German submarine September swung back, striking him violently on 30th. The Ticonderoga was the head. "Oh I Pat," he exclaimed to heavily loaded with horses and an Irishman standing on the platform, "I believe I've cut besides had 125 men under "Well, begor, now's open my head." the time to get Frost's command. One of the something Into It," was I'nt's witty first shots killed Lieut Frost. Most of the soldiers were gotten into life boats; this should Advice Soldiers Need Not Take. have saved them for by the Sergeant, the French for which Is sorgente, laws of civilized warfare, men scrgent,the the Italian Lnlln wordcomes medieval from in unarmed boats above, others mennlng n servant, a vassal, or have the right to surrender and a vassal soldier who seems to have orderly be paroled. But the German acted toas an rcrgeant or striker. Tell your some warm day this brute commander had the wen when ho criticises your nppennince on parade In his coarse, unfeeling manand boats shot to pieces with It will soften him. It may even sharapnel at short range. One ner. him. New York livening I'ot. melt commanded to apboat was proach and tied to the submaMaterials, Grecian rine so it would be sunk when lirick Is theBuildingcommon kind of most it submerged, but the rope building material In Kuloulkl und In ull and this boat load drifted for New Greece. Wooden structures are shortage of account four days, when they were rare, on Stone Is of the used, except little picked up in a starved condi- timber. underground walls and founda for tion and live to tell the tale of tions. Ordinary walls are built with both plain and hollow ( bricks, 'Ine this German atrocity and brute fortner, being more solid, are generally force. used for the building of lower stories, The slogan of the Spanish while hollow 'bricks nre commonly em"ItcmciAlter ployed In the upper stages. The prinAmerican war-wn- s cipal kind of rooting used Is made of the Maine" but each section of Hat tiling. our country has something to Vemember against the Germans and Beren will always remember the Ticonderoga. At first thought we feel that destiny has failed to carry cut the eternal fitness of things, when she, allows death to claim Cut out this advertisement, enclose & a soldier except on the battle It with 5 cents to Foley 111.,Co., 2m writing-youFbef field Ave.. Chlcaso. field, but Lieut. Frost's renl name, and address clearly. You will receive la return a trial packheart throbs are revealed in let age containing! ters he wrote to his mother (1) Foley Honey and Tar Comfamily remedy while in collego at Yale and al- pound, th standard croup, whooping (or couths. cold, courh, tightness and soreness In so in training camps. When chsat, grlpps and, bronchial couth. he first enlisted he wrote her (!) Foley Kidney Pill, for overkidneys, bladfrom Yale;'"enlistmcnt will, of worked and disordered sides and tuck: der sllmenU, pain In course render me liable to call due to kidney trouble, sort muscles, stilt joints, backache and rheumatism. for service at any time. If S Foley Cathartic Tablets, a, wholesome, and. thoroughly cUanalnr there is need I will not be sorry cathartlc Yeu can try thess tares to go. My regret would be family remedies for only (c, STORMES DRUG STORE. much greater, if the need o r Get Out of the Rut Occasionally. There Is sometime no hnrm, and often a bucketful of Joy, In Jast being real foolish for a spell. And many o time It loosens up the string of The heart to be extravagant, even, Kke the country boy at the circus who said: "I've got 15 cents, and I'm goln to spend It all on peanuts, and I don't give a dura who knows It, nuttier." en's Christian association Is organized to turn those Thrift lessons Into giving. The children of America have been turning In pennies and nlckles nnd pasting a green stamp on their Thrift card. The Kara and Give club can now use some of those cards and War Savings stamps In their campaign among the younger people for the united war fund. This fall when the war council of the Y. W. C. A. mado plans for the 1018 war drive. It Included In Its program the rule that no young girls under eighteen can dn any soliciting, on the streets or otherwise. They can give, but they can only give by earning. Consequently In order to the efforts ofTne'glrls In all the districts over the country, the Kara and JfJJve jjlub Is enroUInij members and hns "given out on" estlmale tit i& apleco to bo earned for the war fund campaign by the melcjm girls who still count their age In'teons'. Five dollars apiece from the younger girls of the country will mean that the u whole will fill Its charitable organisations' war chest. Some high school girl In New York city Is going to earn her $5 by shining her own shoes Instead of stopping at the Greek stand on her way to school and by making her own sandwiches for her noon lunch. Out In Iown the girl who has been spending IS cents plus war tax for a mule three nights u week' Is going In draw a line through t;ie movie habit except when there Is an especlully good bill." More Hum one girl plans t clean all her own gloves this winter und to tallage ull the paper ami collections of Junk ubout the house which should be sold to the Junk man to be worked over Into some productive Industry. The girls In their teens nre going to earn Instead of. ask others for the money. They are to sacrifice and give In their own names and older women will make the public requests for money elsewhere. Many of the girls who arc waiting to Join tho Kara and Give club are Futrlotic leaguers, and they have learned several pntctlcol lessons n,the thrift thut will make them effective members of the new club by their conservation of fruits and vegetables. They have canned nnd pickled. Now when the end of summer brings the beginning of school they will change their thrift Into winter thrift and u saving their $3 for the Y. W. C. A. war funif.' "Wherever You Are Is the Western Front" Is the slogan which the 1'urn und Give club has adopted. Anna, one duughter of New wiry thirteen-yenr-olYork's i:kt side, who was one of the first aud youngest members to join the campaign at n New York settlement house, had to have It explained to her that lustead of western front meaning fight and light meaning fists, the "Vest, tern front means work andyork means save In order to give. The girl who Joins the Earn and Give club will discover that In conjunction with her working und saving in order that her club will fnrnlth, tts quota of tho money that Is going to help tho girls like herself In France and Uelgluu), the will also Cud numer ous wn)s In the community to help die war that she had never dreamed of. She will see (hat nil the fruit pits and stones lhat can be saved from her own dining table und from those of neighbors, nre dropped Into the little red barrel at tho corner. In order that the carbon which the seeds contain can be used In making charcoal for the American soldiers' gas masks. She will snve nil the tin toll that the tees for the 1 iil Cross. She will help collect clothing foT the French and llelglutn orphans and perhaps send them some of her own. School girls In India, children from squalid, dingy homes, with absolutely no spending money, gave lnt year to Ilelglan and Armenian relief when they themsehrs were not getting enough ru ent. They gave up their meat once u week for the lltlglans. though they only had It twice a wi themselves, ami for the Armenians they set aside the handful of fresh grain that otherwise each girl would have ground In her own little stone mill. Itoth contributions, from all the school, girls In one missionary's amounted only to fS a hionth. "Itut It was n tremendous sacrifice," their teacher writes, "although a Joyous one. It actually meant less bread each day, and once n week a meal or dry bread und wnler. This wns done by to girls from the "meanest homes In the world children U'tneen the ages of flte nnd fifteen." Four hundred thousand girls In 47 stntes Jinve become Patriotic Leaguers since America declared war. If as many school girls nnd working girl from all classes pledge to earn nnd give, the united war fund campaigners will have t:.t),H) of tbtlr J170.SU,. lr 000. , ' Dally Thought. Defective Camouflage. The great man I he who does not "Ttarhir" had gone to the tnnvlei lose his child's heart Mrnclus. with n bnfhelor who hn. young ns soclatra ns a sort of camouflage fm Ms own age. The mil morning shi Optimistic Thought. We mnsl calculate not on the wealh reciltrd the fnltnwlng greeting fruit er, nor on fortune, but upon God anf one of her pupils-"Oteacher, I sa " ourselrrs. Jou at the show last night. Was tba your pnpn with your" Products ef Cashew Tree, llesldrs the nuts ufd In cnnfictlnn-er- y Civil War. Dettructlv the Indian cnsbewtre yields an Civil war In Kngland lasted frctt gum. n Jblce that 1012 to llV.it tlchlnn year belnf makes Inditlhle Ink, and three kinds pnrt of the tlmi contimporaiiiotis of oil, one edible, the others urd to tan fishing nts atyl preserve wood. with the Thirty Years war, which ill vldil ull Germany Into two opiwslnr ramps. It found the empire with c Would Return It lpnlallon of 1C.K1.( and left It It was a very hot day nnd thVklmi Willi lets thnn 5.(,tnl. hearted Iceman had glren n little glr n piece of Ice. A ncwslsiy asked hei for It, bnt she refused to gtve It up When Soft Answer Doesn't "Go." "Aw shucks!" said the Imy. "I'll gtvi A answer turns nway wrath ex It back tn you I only wont the Julci rept toft when little Willie's srhoolteoehe) out of It." lUiston Transcript. nsks Willie what be bus In hi drsl that Is causing so much amueemen' and little Willie's answer Is iui sof. Speed of Bullet. A rifle bullet cover alxmt two miles the teacher doesn't understand the firs' In Ore seconds, while sound trnvelt time. There I very little wrath turaei the same distance In n shade more away In this rase. than nine and one-haseconds, so It It easy to understand why the bullet Source ef Republic's Strength. strikes before the report of the rlfl Gmernmetit In n reIs heard. public requires in belief from man beyond whnt hi reason authurlie. lit sees the rationale of (he whole system Braill Now Coffee Center. Arabia formerly "iipplled the worli It origin and It Mirations; and, at with coffie; later the Vrt Indies It Is best supported whenibett under nnd then Java to.de the lead, to U stood, the human faculties act will supplanted In turn by Ilraill, whlcl boldness and ncqulre, under this fortx now rroduccs about ttirce-quartn of coterumcnt. n gigantic manliness the world's supply nnd controls th. Thomas l'nlne. market. Protection Frem Live Wires. Hemp Tree' Many Products. The hemp tri e Is one of the most ver satile plants fa the world. From It comes, besides rope and wrapping paper, the drug hashish, called by Its devotees "the Joyous," obtalmil by IkiII- - , Ing tho Nates and Itou'er with fresh butter: a valuable ei:etabli oil. n rnkn Juseil by the farmers fur their stock, a land the finer varieties are used for I cloth, morse laces and braids, A greut Ideal of the teed Is exKrted for canary S Patriotic Air Routed Her. rictully at about 3 u. be awakened for work. The ulurm clock had no tTect, nor did related calls from members of the family. Her little brother tooted the reveille, but the girl wns no soldier. Finally "The Ilatimr was plnyeiL and tn that the patriotic girl liumidl- ntely ri spondei. lloston Globe. A Qulnry girl return) d from a dance in. and could not Inside and one ... -I of the rubber gioves nave neen recomtnemleil. The U,. I ti fill. .I lnul.1u -- t. - 1.1 ........ .h.'.il iii.i.ir ..,f- in.rn Ul ".'l- splrntlon and shields the rubber friHn tne miger nans anil a leather gnuntlet over the rul her glove protect from outside mechanical Injury, aids' In grutplug tooi and keeps the hands warm In wlnlir. tfed. U F . .... p... . .if. tlx. .Ufa t. -nn n i, M.n " ' .. " ' ,,r..,,ln I.M1 - ... ,14 It II1IVIU, 11 utlde I I'Ull III Kiuit'9 FARMERS ATTENTION WE CAN SUPPLY YOU WITH . COAL We are In position to deliver you coal from Danville, with our 3 ton truck. v DANVILLE ICE AND COAL GOMPANY. Danville, Kentucky. The Central Record, Thursday, Nov 28, 19 18. 7 THE JOSEPH MERCANTILE COMPANY HAS A FULL LINE OF LADIES READY-TO-WEAR- 1 EVERY THING NEW IN PIECE GOODS.. JUST such materials as we cannot Each garment carefully selected Price REDUCTIONS ON SUITS AND COATS re-bu- y Our goods are all new and snappy HAVING ARRIVED H AVE PUT THEM WITHIN REACH O F ALL. ,r i iVI ANY THINGS SUITABLE FOR XMAS PRESENTS EVERY THING YOU WILL WANT-W- E HAVE. come direct from the mills. come in and let us show you. Rugs, carpets and mattings, 3T 2ir 37- -' U ' 1 ' t , our complete line. GLORY, GLORY, GLORY TO GOD THE WAR IS OVER. The Kni.or hoi.stfctl the white flint nml betted for peace. Our President desirves lusting credit 1 his promises peace nnil happiness to nil. Come in and treat your wife to a Gossip About People Mits Mayme Walter and Mr. John home on November 12th. She has Walter arc suffering from the "flu" been christened, Martha Francis. Misses Elizabeth Scott and Francis Mr. G. II. Elliott, secretary of the Kentucky Live Stock Sales Co., was Clark returned Saturday to resume ( their duties as teacher in the a visitor in Lancaster, Monday. ter High School. Rev H. S.- - Hudson Thanksgiving Vesper Services will Rev. J. R. Moorman and Mrs Virgil . . , be held at the Womnns Club room eiBno:,,i nsniitcn i ,i, ,i ,IcailllllK (JUT- im; lie,, . . Thursday afternoon at four o'clock. IngMheir absence. Mr. and Mrs. Frazlcr Hurt and Mr. Miss Bettie West left this afternoon Tor Stanford where she will anil Mrs. Tom Cherry, came down from Crab Orchard, Firday night, to spend Thanksgiving with see "Hearts of the World" at Romans Opera House. Mr. Earl Broadus. of Camp Taylor Mr. ami Mrs. Ewing Stultz, Mr. and is here on a five days furlough, to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cronley Bread-du- . Mrs. Fred Neighbors, of Louisville, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Bourne and Miss Nell Bourne, of Lexington, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Champ and Mrs. W. K. Warner and son, Lewis, daughter. Misses Hazel and Bernice of Stanford, Bourne, ef were yisitors in Danville, the past Cambridge, Mass., arc expected Thurs week. day to spend Thanksgiving with their Mrs. Sam Haseldcn and sons, J. R. pafPnts, Mr. and Mrs. John Bourne, and Duncan, were in Nicholasville, on Stanford pike, i Saturday, the guests of Mr. am) Mrs. Mrs. James B. Kinnaird was hosPowell Duncan. tess Saturday afternoon at an inforMrs. Elmore and daughter, Miss mal tea given at three o'clock in hon daughter-in-law- , Mrs. Vir Mary, Mrs. R. E. McRoberts and or of her Mrs. Chenault, were visitors In Dan- gil Kinnaird, wife of Lieut. Virgil Kinnaird, who is stationed in Eng ville, last week. land. Her guests included a'few old Mr. Charley Doty, who is stationed friends and neighbors, Mrs. J. R. Camp Sevier, S. C, is here on a Mount, Mrs. William Law son, Mrs. ten days furlough to his sisters, Miss- Joe Robinson, Mrs. Mattie Duncan, es Jane and Mary Doty. Mrs. Cabel Denny, Miss Mayme Walter, Mrs. J.A. Royston, Mrs. John Mr. Burton Stapp who is in Lex- Hicks, Mrs. Edd ington attending Stat University, Herndon-- , Miss Scale, Miss Annie Sallie Tillctt, Miss week-en- d spent the with his parents, Kate Kinnaird, Mrs. Emma Iliggin- Mr. and Mrs. Forest Stapp. botham, Mrs. Joel Walker, Sr., Mrs. Mrs. Ector Smith, of Birmingham, Fannie Walker, Mrs. Victor Lear, Ala., arrived Sunday to attend the Miss Fannie Walker, Mrs. James W. 50th Anniversary of her parents, Mr. Smith and Miss Kathleen Walter. and Mrs. S. B. Henry. a 'XXBDDOCKKKS vsv Classified Column RATESi Single insertions lc a word No ad taken for less than 20c in this column. No ads in this s GOOD MALLABLE E Cast and Steel Ranges anil cooks at close prices Heaters. RANGE-PRIC- $85.00 Moors Air-Tijr- ht A Brltl Coin ji Mention ef'the Comlnji ind by Thus W Art Inliriiltd In. m I.oui Gill is quite sick with the J. R. MOUNT & CO. vThe O Deal House. . flu" Mr. K. C. Walton, of Stanford was in town, Monday. Mr. Jes Walilen of Danville was recent vifitor here. .Mr. ami Mr?. n columncharged. Seven insfrtions for the price of five. Thone orders must be paid promptly. Si a tfp j H Xjt K S3 Jf s Jot- - V H Ot Y K K,i C. Gaines spent S. HATFIEbD, ( the week-en- in Louisville. FOR SALE: onions. Phone About 05 bushels of Boyd Ison. 307. Miss Carrie Miller is in Richmond the guest of friends, this week. Mrs. Lottie I'reston has been very ill with the "flu" but is better. Mr and Mrs. Joe Nevius of Dam vllle, wete visitors here Monday. Mr. Frank Robinson, of Boyle coum ty, was in town, Monday on business Miss Mattie Adams has returned home from a few days visit in Mrs. Joe Francis and Miss Mary Arnold will spend the week-en- d in Cincinnati. FOR SALT' Five nice meal hecs. Call this otficc. FOR SALE: Some A- -l Barred Plymouth rock Roosters. $1.50 each. J. Hogan Ballard, Bryantsville, Ky. WANTED : To tend a crop or work on farm. Can do any kind of work. Call at this office. 2t.rd. LOST Pair of specti-clc- s, in case marked "Miss Winslow" Reward to finder. Mrs. E. L. Owsley FOR SALE Several nice meat hogs, weighing from 250 to 350 lbs. Tom Broaddus, Marksburv, Ky. 2t- - pd. FOR SALE A few thorough-bre- d Brown Leghorn Cockerels. Price. $1.25 each. Earl Farra, (2t-pd- ) Lancaster, Ky. FOR SALE A few Mammoth Bronze Goblers. Phone 37 Q. Bryantsville Exchange. t) Mrs. W. H. Swope. FOR SALE Four meat hogs, weight 300 pounds each and five shoats, weight 150 pouijds. Jt-pT. W. Conn, Lancaster. LOST DOG Dentist! PHONES Office 5. j Residence 37G. s buncdstcr, Ky. W. 0. Funeral Lancaster, Otlice Phone 18. RIGNEY Embalmer. Kentucky. Resilience Phone 33.1 Dr. Jess Perkins of Stanford was "lingling with the court day crowd. here Monday. Mr. Gowen Bourne, of Danville, has been the guest of friends and relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Bakey Gay and chil dren, spent the day with Mrs. Lillie Doolin, Sunday. Director and I' CHRISTMAS I '. SHOPPING. I I with the early ii Do it and te Gov- ernment. Our stock is ready. t V' 1 PRICES RIGHT. Sander's Variety Store. WE SELL FOR LESS. I Just What He Had Done. Mrs. Osee Sisk, of Mattoon, 111., Charlie. trlng to amuse himself ns has been visiting relatives and friends lust he could, came out of the garage Mr. Holbert Bastin, of the Boston in the city during the past week. drngeliig an old onhwcMiy umbrella, Radio School, is at home for a fur- - She returned to her home today. which nftir much exertion he wnji able to open over his head. His grand-mothe- r, leuch of ten days. .Mrs. L. .V. Miller and little daughcoming to the door, called Mrs. Weber of Stanford was the ter, Anna Wagers , have retirned out, "Charlie, you put that umbrella guest of Mrs. Elizabeth Joseph, Sun- from a visit to her parents, Mr. and rlrht up this minute." Charlie piped Mrs. L. T. Wilson, of Richmond. day nml Monday. back, "I ha,!ot It up and I'se doln I'rivate W. B Roop. who has been for a walk, Mrs. Elizabeth Joseph will spend Thanksgiving with Mr. and Mrs. A. working with the Local Board for several months, is quite sick with Jipanese Taught to Repress Emotion. C. Miles, at Buckeye. Until late jears the ri prilon- - of influenza, at hit home near Manse. any npK'nranee of strong emotion wit e Ray were the Mr. and .Mr. and Mrs. Harry Elmore and carefully drilled Into the mind nnd life truest of Mrs. Nell Doolin, Saturday little daughter, Elizabeth Earl, who of every .liipnnce child of the better night and Sunday. have been at Edenwold, Tenn., for cla. There Is much more freedom now Mr. and Mrs. Ben Lear and Mis several months have returned home. than formerly, but the Influence of past training Is seen everywhere In art, I Mary Lear, of I'aint Lick, were shopMr. Robert Simmons of Great In literature, on the stage nnd In the ping here, Monday, 4 Lakes training rtation, nnd Mr. and customs of dally life. Arties paint .Mr. and Mrs. Burdette Ramsey Mrs Cecil Simmons were guests of the niitiimn moon, which every Japan(!) were down Monday from Faint Lick, their aunt, Mrs. Lula Johnson, Sat ese adores hut ho wraps the brilliant disk within a Mil of cloud. for a few hours. urday. Mr. and Mrs. Clay Hamilton ami Miss Mary Arnold entertained I Mrs. Hallie Dunlap were recent visi- Saturday evening at a chafin dish In Lexington. tors party In honor of Mrs, Sallie Lawson, Mr. Dave Thomas and Lieut. Carl Misses Bettie West, Delia Tinder Acton of Camp Amatol, N. J, and Virginia. Bourne, were visitors in Danville, Saturday, Mrs. B. V, Walter entertained at a Lieut. Carl Acton returned to delightful noon daydlnner last week Camp Amatol, N, J., after a few day In honor of Mr. J, R. Haseldcn and family, Mr. Sam Haselden and family visit to friends here. and Mr. Joe Hnseldcn, Mits Marjorie Vallew of Stanford was with Mrs. Joe Francis for a few Mr. Herndon Dudley and family days visit, the past week. will leave next week for Danville, Ky whercthey ill make their future Mr. and Mrs. Nannie Frather and home. Their many friends here reMrs. Tilda Collings, were the guests gret to give them up. of Mrs. Lillie Doolin, Sunday, Misses Helen and Martha Gill, Mr. Hughes, Joe Mesdames Saufley Waller, Jr., and Virgil Kinnaird were John Mason nnd daughters, Misses Sadie and Mable, were dinner guests visitors in Lexington, Tuesday, last Saturday, of Mrs. George B. RobBeazley and daughters, inson and Mines Fannie and Bettie Mrs. J. A. Misses Mildred, Virginia and Lucile West. were recent visitors In Danville. Mr. and Mrs WhlkerBradshaw are receiving congratulations from their Miss Mildred Beazley of Transyl vania University, Is visiting her par- friends over the advent of a beautients, Mr. and Mrs. James Beazley, ful daughter that arrived at their Gift Brought A Geo Yellow Shepherd, wit" collar an'' bra8a mountings but no name. Last seen in Lancaster last Friday. t) Reward. A. D. Bradshaw. FOR SALE My farm on Fnll Lick pike, containing about sixty J, T. Manual. acre. FOR SALE Bookcase, one extenv sion tahlc, six chairs, dresser and two beds. Miss JaTie Doty. FOR SALE Two good cows, one with week old calf by side, other just weuneil calf. Wanted a second hand hay baler. U, M. Burgess (U.2t.tf) Paint Lick, Ky. Punishment. - a immm SS5 No bs.acklegocds TO UT rslNO VlCCINTt AOS.IN1T DUCKUS. Simple. Safe. Effective. in to Missur. N llawJ to tpitt. Hi trl U Sinuls little till to l InjKiist uu4 u ilia. sai res r.k nucktim. rot fclc 1 . rtt McRoberts Drug Store from her millionaire employer u sum of money as a present on New Year's There will be no more gathering up uay. The girl took her fat wad ot or delivering laundry after Decern- note home, she was promptly thrash- - ber 1st., until further notice. Bring all package, to Lyon's store.' '1 L. C. Gulley, Agt. ine tiicit. l.xpliinatlons were made. hut when they gut home t)ie was ad- inonisiied once more for not statlnc her ease more clearly. Japan Chron The penalty of six per cent will b-- j icle, added to your taxes on December Ut. Savo this penalty by' paying your Japanese Conjugal Etiquette. taxes at once and dont wait until tha When American people Jmliv the de- last day. A. K. Walker, Sheriff. btee of affection between n Jupjuese (ll.2t.2t) husband ami wife by their conduct to r 'iich other they make u great inUtake. It would be as bad form for it man to "xprcwi approval of his wife or chil All persons having claims against dren as It would be for him to prulse the estate of the late Mrs. Eliza T. sny other part of hlinseir, nnd every Ramsey, will kindly present same vlfe tukes u pride In conducting lier-il- f properly proven and those knowing according to the rigid rules of Ttlciuette, which recognize dignity and themselves indebted to said estate humility as the virtues that reflect are asked to settle at once. Burdett Ramsey, Executor, greatest glory on the home of which 0 the Is mistress. Paint Lick, Ky. joung woman employed In the of. of u Kobe shipping houo received To Laundry Customers. !,V,'Jbt,r ?''' Pay Your Taxes Notice. 1 i The Central Record, Thursday, Nov. 28, 1918 BRYANTSVILLE DC LAID PLANS By JACK LAWTOM. DCZIJCZZIC 3Z THE JUS. LITTRELL 3It HEM .AT. AUCTION ON THE PREMISES Saturday, December AT 10:30 A. M. Miss Zllln Dawes has returned from n visit to Mesdames (Ico. Her- ' ring nnJ W. II. Kauffman, nt George town. Idirs Nett!e Ion is visiting Mrs. N'rnnle Cutshaw at UedforJ, Ky., and while away will visit Itev, J. W. Hughes and wife, nt Corbin. Green who has Mrs. K.lliabeth been quite 111 Is rapidly improving. W. K. Davis sol.l to K. M. Robinson of Danville, n car lond of clover hay at $2l).00 per ton. C. C. Smalley is cut again after a two .months illness. Mrs. t.uther Herring nnd children of Lancaster, are spending a few days with Mrs. Florence Ballard. Mr. and Mrs. N'oah Mnrsee, Jr., loent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Mel-- v n Carter at Uuckeyc. Mrs. II. Sweeney was In Danville, Saturday on business. Harold Scott of Greendale spent Sunday with his parents. Mr. und Mrs. II. II. Halcomb were visitors in Danville nnd Harrodsburg. last week. The Ijidics of Mt. Olivet "church sent a nice box of canned fruit and preserves to the .Methodist Orphnns Home, at Louisville. Hoy Williams gathered a few ripe June apples from a tree in his orchard, November 20th. Mrs. Terry Crutclifield is very 111 with influenza. Mrs. C. M. Dean and Miss Stella Mae Grow accompanied Miss Iloswell to her home at Springfield, Ky., for the week-en- r USED AUTOMOBILES. We vc - As far lurk ns she could remember, Laurel had known of the enmity existing between her father's family and that of their neighbor farther down the road. It was laurel's mother h had told Iit the tale of her grand father's crime. "It was bet," she had said, "that th child should learn of It from her mm,'' Laurel had longed to make the mountain neighbor' child her companion, life was lonely among the hill. So Laurel's mother had explained why. this could not be. She hail listened In frightened horror. Her grandfather was n murderer That was the fact In all Its hrtiul' pli!nn", os her mother tol 1 It. Grandfather had killed the man who wnr.M be this mountain child's grand-fatheIlls crime had been vlndl-rite- d bcr-itisth? deed was considered one of Rut th? grandfather had sought ni such excuse. "Murder," he said, was In his heart at the time. "The roan h id told a cruel lie In the woman h? loved, brenklnT the engagement between thm. On the narrow mountain trail he had met and accused the victim, anil when they had struggled In nnger It had ended In the fait of th j lien to Ids death below. Laurel' grandfather wt.s a murderer, and the shadow lingered on th'e who followed. Itecon-diehe had married his sweetheurt. but the enmity between the two families concerned remained a thing of reality. When Ijiurel' own saddened mother hail gone forever from the mountain bone. It was at her wish that h'r davjlitcr be pent away to school, and what the great outer world Mr. Howard Wearrcn and Miss ti Fannie Dowden were in Ijincnster, night hold. Now, In all the sweetness Saturday evening to see "Hearts of j ,,f " rn"i"ln summer. Laurel had corae back again, to be with her father. ,. u. i ,. I ehurch It was In the weather-beateMr. and Mrs. Wnlhcn lllakeman on Sabbath that she raised her eyes to meet those nd Mrs. Harry Alcorn were vS'.tors 'rom f a stranger. From the outer world i v..nM.tni. Now Is the time to buy and save money. guarantee every car sell. $1150.00 550.00 1915 Buick, five passenger passenger 625.00 1916 Oakland, five 600.00 1916 Overland, five passenger Three 1917 Fords $400., $425., $4.50 1018 Buick Roadster SEE US AT ONCE. n The Danville Buick Go L B. CONN. Proprietor Walnut Street. 31 IC 3C Danville, Kentucky. innc 31 IC CARS FOR SALE One One One One One 1917 1917 1915 1918 191S Ford Roadster, Ford Touring Car Ford Touring Car, Chevelet Touring car Dort Demonstrator ... . ... $350. $425. $350. $725. $950. llns I", PAINT LI6K GARAGE . PAINT LICK, KENTUCKY. IMU n.wis. ft. il I.. I CII.S.U. H.SSI1. Ik, . H. USUSLT. IMIW) 73 RIGHT ON PIKE, 8 MILES FROM LANCASTER ON POOR RIDGE PIKE, R. F. D. No. 3. ACRES OF IMPROVED LAND 30 Acres Ossi Tobacco Land I've, Like her's. his own eyes had "Mened In nne.tlon, "Ifow come you heref aO;d the stranger a cye. "And who lMnVtw th were answered. Kerry runer sold to Dan Combs,' of Jessamine, five very f.ne short- .., , , 'f ,hf wmn,, , horn calves at a fancy price. awN- from .,own . say. an' get- XIrs. J. II. Ballard are ill for years studying, they Mr. and with the "flu." ,s mp, n Vi,. A. T. Scott, J., and Miss Mary Bell the man of the questioning gare on a trail. His pn- Halcomb, were in Nlcholasville, Sat- - nnrrow mountain nounccd avoidance of her proclaimed .. I and E. C. Montirom- -' J. cry attended the foot ball game in Danville, rriday. . C. Williams v0r IMMMIHIMMI w ,n. m,, Old fashion five room IMPROVEMENTS dwelling, exceptional number of outbuildings, lots of shade, some fruit trees, large combined stock and tobacco barn (barn has box stalls and floored lofts.) This farm fronts on both sides of the pike and is divided into five fields. This farm has been under the direct care and ownership of Mr. Littrell for THIRTY FIVE YEARS, is well preserved and beyond a doubt is one of the best farms of it's acreage in Garrard county. SEE IT AND BE CONVINCED. Here is the opportunity for the man with limited means to acquire a HOME and a MON- home after several day. stay with her EY MAKING proposition. Close to school, Pnlnt.I.ick, who has been quite ill, churches and stores, also R. R. Mail service. Mrs. Dean of Nlcholasville, is The war is over, the demand of the U. S. for visiting Ella son. Mr. C. M. Dean and her food stuffs willbe even greater, labor "will be family more plentiful as "the boys are coming home" so be wise and buy you a PRODUCING farm and Don't Prod Your reap the benefit of the high prices that are sure Livtr to Action to prevail. Otoreemaa llloaaiwst, CtMtlM-Udown January 1st, date TERMS One-thir- d Hssstsshe, qulskly.' He Oriasif or Pal. OiiaraatMst. of possession and balance in one, two and three A RCOUIASILY Itev Conant and family were guests aversion to the granddaughter of a IMCOaeoaATKO INSTITUTION OF L.NIHO 321 CUTIIRIE STREET, North of TWoffiro LOUISVIUX, KENTUCKY of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Uecker Sun- - murderer. I IJitirel' soft eyes clouded, but she day. Trains jroung men and women for Business or Gvil Service reii no resentment. positions. All who desire to oualifjr for either or both lines of .. After n cessation of two months rtlf. employment should write for full information at once. on account of the "flu"ban, Mrs. J. f,.,,., hoping to avoid the man's C. Williams was the gracious hostess ,ii.rlinre nt sight of her. and as to the local W. C, T. U last Friday Pan Wilton had started out with the afternoon. Miss Eliia Ison, the presl-- '' same purpose, the two came again dent gave an echo of the State Con- - rare to face In the roadway. Laurel's vention in Louisville, following with tmpnlslre mlle met hti frown. And upon her again In . ASa review of the printed minutes fr;m as he looked down A ,h., .h. This was done n,phhnr., ear book of 1917-1nr. vlniW by each member present showing though against his own will he were magnitude of the work accomplU'iida rtlng a part. She found It Impossl-b- y this organization. A pleasing ble to banish hit face from her feature of the program was tha de- - thoughts. why It, Grieved, yet wondering liirhtful music rendered bv Mrs. B. rrl decided to h". A. Dawes and daughter. Miss Amy. "h""'1' " a.nd ,h fl'', with piano and violin. At the close , fatefully, him. of the bus.ness session dainty refresh-- . a ,mlgM meT. WBtcnIniT , ments of ices and cakes were served. Ing down on her face, then spoke: Tfnu must not think," he said slow- Mrs. J. YY. Bryant has returned Commercial School ,v . ,..,' TREES. WE GROW COMPLETE SORTMENT OF FRUIT AND SHADE TREES, SHRUBS, VINES. ROSES. PERENNIALS, EVERGREENS, htrJM' SM'it , - - fact "Everything for Orchard, Lawn Garden". FREE CATALOG. H. F. HILLENMEYER and SONS, Lexington, Kentucky. (No Agents.) - family. Tnu will find It believe the truth aa I find It myself." "I love you," said Dan Wilton. "1 years. For further information see i D. A. Thomas Realty Agency. Historic Island. Itlennerhassett's Island Is a small Id iml In tho Ohio river about two miles below rnrkersburg, W. Vu., which figures In history. It gets Its mine from having been once owned by Illram Illeiinerha-nett- , a wealthy i:.;'tL!ima!, who built n fine residence on I'. While llvlnst, there he became financially Involved In Aaron Hurr'f l ionary und treasonable schemes in: J they proved his ruin. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. To Conserve firewood. In burning wood In u furnace mil t for coal tlie firebox should first l( lined with firebrick - ! 1 Iron, sc as to checfc tho i!r fr. oi'ienvlse, thi wood will turn ti r. ; Crab's Keen Watch for Enemies. The fiddler crab of the Philippine 'ay luivo remarkably sharp eye. bo won islanding for perhaps fifteen scanning inlnuleg ut a time quite still. tho landscape for sIkiis of their chief enemies snakes, skunks, frogs, toads and Ashes. Noise wlfl not disturb thera, but they beat a hasty retreat home If anythlDE woven near, or boldly stand and frantically wave the bis claw, being particularly angry If a ludv crab comes near. Gtt the and Wa!lsVSMfl AvoldiJF'XmSJ Ganuln4jjSPP2vt1 . .1)Ut Iookc), he tauKhed harshly, "there Is no use. I cannot reconcile that stain In the blood." Laurel's Hp trembled; It did not occur to her tn resent his at to telt him that her own heart was cot for the winning. "We must not meet attain." she said. s. SI "I always wilt take the upper path to town, yott the lower. When I come to the wood, I shall leave always beThe organs of digestion, asslmlla-tlo- n fore four; it Is a dark stain; I am and elimination th stomach, sorry, ami I understand." llvrr and bowels ara closely allied, Lonfrtnir eyes) followed her op the and tht proper action or any of thesa organs Is largely dependent uion tba tratU She forrot as she determinedly correct functioning of alt ths uthers. kept to ber stated routine, that tbe "NS'hlpplna" your liver Into action best-lai- d with calomel or forcing your bowels plans bare been known to with Irrltatlnc laxathes or stroncr, "gang aglee." cathartics Is a great mlstaVe. A bet-tesafer plan la strengthening and Dan Wilton had forsaken the meet-in- 1: toning the wbols dlgenibs and eliminahouse. Ho realized that ho must sretem te . Tableti). with Nstura'a Remed (Ml which not only brtnga resort to more rigid measures If be Immediate rtll'f, but genuine and lastwould keep from seeing the girl he ing benefit. It acts on the stomach, loved, lie must go away, and after liver, bowels and kidneys, Improves digestion and assimilation, overcomes four o'clock, therefore, through the tlllousness, corrcets constipation and quickly relieves alclc headache. silent wood he walked, fighting bis Uet your system thoroughly cleansed fight. and purllled for once: aturoach, liver True to her promise Laurel had left ind bowels wurglnir logetner in vig orous lutrmony, and you will not have the eloquent spot of fir nnd pine. Hut to take medicine every day Just take on tier liomewnrd wny sho paused conVeep una MR Tablet occasionally to vuiiF svitem In rood Condition and al cerned. Her wrist wntrh wns gone; ways feel your. best, itemember It Is she must hare dropped It In the wood. easier and cheaper to keep well than Tlastlly she retraced her steps, abIt Is to get welL Get a lie box and try It with tha So It was that understanding that It must give you sorbed In searching. face downward bent. Laurel passed relief and benefit than any Geat'ir liver medicine jrou ever straight Into Dan Wilton's arms. or no pay. Nature's Remedy (Nit "You come," he murmured, "In anTablets) Is sold, guaranteed and recommended by your druggist. swer to the rail of my heart. I cannot live without you. Laurel; It was a foolR. E. McROBERTS, Lancaster, Ky, ish fight. Love Is strong enough to blot out any stain. Dearest, can you forgive me, and comet" And when at last Laurel raised her radiant face from her lover's shoulder, her forgotten little watch lay glint-lo- g at ber from the grass. (Copyright, ml. Wsatera Nswspassr ,,' rat LET SCOTT SALE-TU- RN DO IT If you are going to have a IT OVER TO SCOTT and get the benefit of his 15 years experience NO SALE TO SMALL AND NONE TO BIG FOR SCOTT. A. T. SCOTT, Lancaster, Ky. Garrard County's Leading Auctioneer. ANSWER THIS 1 ud A dollar will care for a soldier for one week How many SOLDIERS WILL YOU MAKE HAPPY next year? They are waiting for your answer to the UNITED WAR V.ORK CAMPAIGN 'i This space donated by Wo Citizens National Bank OF LANCASTEIt, KY. Union.) The Central Record. Thursday, Nov 28, 1918. CINDERELLA'S HEEL By GRACE WEATHERBY Margin wanted a pair of white pumps. Vlint was how It nil started. I Till rummer, the girl In the rdlm ! wore wlille n good denl, ond Mnrgln i viniitrtl ii pair of llio dainty white rumps lo match her new white linen drin. ."he took n few of lur cherish-i- l dollars, nml t.oucht Hit- - coveted shoes. Tho next morning, nrruyid In finite leu wlillc, flic entered tin-- ofllcc, aiifri wmt to Iter desk. A ft- litis nf sup-preexcitement was In the air, nml I Margie presently asked one of the girls I what It una all about. "Pn you menn to tell me you hnvrn't h(ord," usked Iluth. "Well, It In tills. S'lic senior partner's eon, Hob Kust-- . num. Iin lint flnlilieil college, nml ho in to Join the firm as n third partner. They sny lie la n fine fellow, lie cornea ' today. Kuy, hut your drew la pntty. In the dull office tills waa Indeed n piece of new a. Murgle was find she bad w orn lier new riot lira. "1 wnuder what he la like," she mused. The morning set mid untiuulty long, nml the new partner tuid not come. Ily the (tlrla were fretful, and very much disappointed At (lie o'clock,-rtutl- i closed her desk, put on h r hat and went down to the street. There, she pure a little map of dlrmay. The streets had Just PeenTprlnkted and ever) lure were little puddlea of muddy water. "Oh, tny poor little. slipper, they will set all dirty I" the itched. Ftm coald cot stand on the sidewalk tilt they dried, so the began to crops the busy street, stepping gingerly to avoid the puddles.' The traffic was very thick that afternoon, and as Margie dodged a truck, she would very nearly run Into a trolley. Suddenly, her slender French heel caught In the hole of a water drain, and stuck there. She tugged at It In rain, tut couldn't hudge It. Tears of Texatlon ram to tier eyes, blurring her sight. The trucks became one mas, and as she stood there, tugging and pulling, a strong band was placed on lur shoulder. "Step out of your shoe." the man commanded tersely, Margie did as she was told, and held her foot In the ulr, so aa to pretent soiling her stocking. Ehe lsld her hniid on the broad back bending beside her, to steady her. The stranger gate one rigorous pull, and the slipper wss loose, but the heel had come oft. It waa a pitiable sight now. The once spotless while pump wsa now heellesa and very dirty. Margie gated blankly at her ruined shoe, and then at the stranger. All be said wss one little word, but that one had a world of meaning In It. This was no time for thought, however, and the stranger realised It II assisted Margie to the pavement, and balled a passing Uxl and put her Into It. There waa do help for It. and Margie mad the best of a bad business. The gruff She stranger was really very kind. tucked her shoeless foot tp under her skirt, and leaned back on the cushions. Then, guided by an Impulse, she told the msn atut the new partner, and how the shoes mesnt so much to her, "Oh, I say." be began awkwardly. "lets go to Cameyer's, and get a new pair." "Thank rou. no." replied Margie, rrlmlr. "It Isn't at all necessary, and t rimliln't think of letting rou." She remained Ann lo her decision, and all ha could say did not move her, When they reached her door, the stranger helped Margie op the etrpe and rang the bell for her. Suddenly, ha moke to her In a low tone. "Oood-by- , Cinderella. I am going to keep this slipper of yours." He put Uie ruined shoe, mud and all. Into his pocket, and lifting his hat. ran quietly down the atrps and numea away, The next morning the fat landlady discovered an oblong box on the steps. It was addressed to "Miss Cinderella and Margie bluihlngly told her that ha had a friend who called ber by that name. It contained a ralr of the. daintiest white allrpers that ever a gtrl had. There was a little note e which read: "Forgive me, Cln derails, but t couldn't hslp It." Margie wore the new slippers to the office that morning. At eleven o'clock the door marked "Private" opened, and old Mr. Eastman walked Into the offleo followed by hla eon. Margie tered a little cry of surprise. It was her stranger friend. A be waa introduced to her, he lurprlsed Ms fath er hr saving! "MJsi Kingston and I have met flood morning, Cinderella, bow are the little slippers tooayi A few months later Margie sent In her resignation, and a flashing aia' mond on bcr left had explained her action. On ber wedding morning she atood before ber mirror and gazed at ber reflection. Bhe was all In white, from the tin of her white traveling bat to the toes of ber white pumpa. An automobile born aounded outside ber window, and with a fluttering heart, she went down. Aa she aettled down In the car, Bob leaned over to her. and with mock sen ousoess Inquired, "Are your bcels all on. Cinderella I" (Copyright, lilt, by the McCIurs Newspa per Dynairsis-- 543-ACR- E mi d lf FOR STUBBORN Sill i COUGHS AND COLDS Dr. Kind's New Discovery has a fifty year rccorJ bahliid id factIt built ,t reputation results, on It su.cnm tha threat Irritation rf In colds, coughs, pifpo J LroachUl rf positive ionrelieving i-- attacks. VI V. "Dr. Wms'a New Da.-.-v- er f.iir.; a. my folks wouldn't use rutici.-vL!That's the perioral c'ccri f?rv V "J In which tills held. Its action U peer..pt, Li UttJ pleasant, its relief ratifyinf. Half a century cf cold tin ! ccug'i checking.Soldbydrugrijlscvcrywlijrc. That's Bowels Out of Kilter? nature S-5- 43 Assist her in her daily duties with Dr. Kinc's New Life Pills. Not a ourzativcj In the usual dose, but a mild, effective, calling for relief. corrective, laxative that teases tl.o bowels into action and chases "blues." MANSE. The best Land, in Shelby County, located right in the heart of the famous Mulberry The nlace where vou have never been able to buy any land before. We are selling for the heirs of the late W. L. Brown, deceased, of Shelby County, Kentucky,1 as there is In the State. his magnif icient estate of 543 acres of as good-lan- Miss Willie Mao and Wesley Calico are some better with the "flu." Miss Mary rennington has been, very sick. Mrs. A. T. Bowline has returned to her home after a three weeks stay in Cleveland, Mr. Lewis Anderson was the guest of his mother, Mrs. W. P. Anderson on Thursday. Mr. J. L .Dozicr was the cuest of Mrs. Bowling, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Burdett Marihbanks from Illinois, have come to make their 'home here. and little Mrs. Forest Centers daughter, were the guests of her moth er, Mrs. G. V. Conn, Saturday. Mrs. Hiram Fields was laid to rest in Manse cemetery on November 17th She leaves to mourn her loss a devoted husband and two dear little babies. Mr. Robert Anderson was the guest of his mother, Saturday night and Sunday. PUBLIC AUCTION O'CLOCK, SHARP. WE HAVE CUT THIS ENTIRE ESTATE INTO 11 On the farm which lies right at Mulberry Church, 5 miles from Shelbyville, two miles from mile from L. & N. Station, and a brand new brick school right on the farm. Christianburg, one-ha- Tuesday, Dec. 3rd, 1918 AT 5 FARMS Each being a COMPLETE FARM with improvements to itself, except one which is unimproved 5 FAHMS This land la by far the most desirable that can be bought in this County, in fact we have sold about one hundred farms in the past year andthis is the first thnt we have been able to tret to sell inthis neighborhood, and would not have been able to sell this at any price except for the fact that there are seven heirs and it must be sold so that a settlement can be made among them. The land is all well improved and will raise anything you plant on it, practicaly every bit of it being hemp and tobacco land. With farm products as high as they are and bound to stay, this is the time to buy a farm, and we know of no better land to be had as we will sell at this time. Is the original home place with the magnif icient modern countrv home of 0 rooms, bath, lights FARM No. 1, 197 ACRES and hot water furnace. All modern conveniences, and is beautifully located, with all necessary outbuildings, good four room tenant house, tobacco barn, one of the finest dairy barns in the state, with god silos and a fine stock barn that will take care of all the cattle andmules you would want to feed. This land is all good, with a woods of 25 acres of virgin walnut, something we have not seen for a long time.If you want a grand country home that is idealin every way, buy this. First Camouflage Artist Was Gideon. That there is nothing new under the sun, not even camouflage, will be found by reading the seventh chapter of Judges 17th to 20th verses inclusive. When Gideon had his warriors conceal their lights in pitchers, then break them suddenly and rush against thoir foes amid a flare of brilliant light, he proved himself the artist. Bullard, first camouflage back thru FARM No. 2, 61 2 ACRES Joins farm No. 1, faces right on the Christiansburg pike, is unimproved, and we do not who held the Germans predecessor an In entire night had a , know of a better piece of land anywhere. Joshla, the first man nmong nations FARM No. 3, 59 1- -2 ACRES Good five room frame house store room, blacksmith shop, three room tenant house good to use the pall of night as a cover to ' battle. The development of Pershbarn and necessary outbuildings and good orchard. A fine piece of land and an ideal location. ing into a mighty warrior might be FARM No. 4, 58 ACRES with good four room tenant house right up against the school, located on the Mulberry Tike, that of David. While the Kaiser is If you want a good small farm buy this one. and n erackerjack piece of land. a splendid likness to that other puffed FARM No. 5, 167 ACRES Fine five room frame house, good dairy room, two good tobacco and stock barns, all necessary up champion, Goliath of Gath. Of course the Germans thought we outbuildings, located next to farm No. 4 on Mulberry Pike, and all good land. We do not know of a better one to buy than were not able to go against them, bethis one. It will make an idel home and will grow anything you want to grow on it. cause we were young, had no mili One clause in our contract reads: "It is especialy understood and agreed by all parties concerned that this land is to be tary training, while they were men of by-bi- d ' and thnt the highest bid received is to be accepted. war from their youth, but our David sold absolutely without reserve or and his men have done all the David Don't be a "Wish I Had." Real estate has been advancing in of old did but bring home the head price for the past fifty years, with prospects better for it to continue. Think of the real estate vou should have bought you of the Kaiser and if he gets in their ' hesitated, the oher fellow bought and he got the profit that should have been yours. OBEY THAT IMPULSE. way we may yet have it. No, human nature has not changed in all these centuries neither have we advanced as much as we think we hne. The go only thing, "If God be for us who can be against us"? THIS IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY! WHY BE A RENTER? Why rent and give the other man half of your energy when all wrong buying good farm land. should be yours? You cant DINNER WILL BE SERVED FREE TO ALL. TERMS EASY Will be made known on day of sale. OUR CONTRACT c. a vc cct i Anyone desiring to inspect these farms before day of sale, will find one of us on the farm or we will meet you in or Christianburg if you will write. Automobiles Will Meet Trains at Shelbyville and Christianburg on Day of Sale. to WAKEFIELD-DAVI- S UUUs aJ REALTY Sable Philosopher. CO,, "Let 6,3," Once In C While. Joy of life Is In "letting go every once In n while, and, if you Iel go twice every once In awhile, It seemt that you have Just that much more fun Half the Shelbyville, Ky. lirport of the Bank dolts AT Condition a e VU 11 (lUiss miu Thirty-Fiv- e via a lUiiitu ajiisj( JluVitlUilKVlP Extra Good Stock Ewes Will Be Sold Immediately Before The Sal e. Obligations. What He Didn't Like About Helen, Pe hymn tells you 'bout beln "It I must feel pride In my acheaven a l!intinm! yean," but dar't complishments as If they friend's Kenneth's little plapnnte, Helen, were mine was to have ii party. Only girls were some folks what couldn't stand slcl and a property In his lrtms. prosperity. Atlnnta Constl to be Invited, but Kenneth was untullon. aware of this fact. He longed for an long-tim- e OF THE Of Brynntsville Wants to Cet Even. "When n Insy mun bns to work, snld Uncle Thin. "le first Jh he wanti la tint of n policeman to keep othel folks fura rlolntln' antlloafln' laws." Friendship's tu,lots at lown of Br jaotavUlt, Coantr ol Garrard, State ol Kentucky, THE CL08K OK UUSl.N'KsS OS TIIK 15th day of Nov. 1918 "Colonel" Is a Column Leader. , The Spnnlsh for colonel In coronel, ihe Italian rulnnelln. The Spaniards awM sialous pedestrian nould hnrdly originated the word 400 yeors ago can- - to wnlk uetore ureuaini. to hnve made It by combinthe sphere and fact. It doesn't nter Into Is ing the sense of the Latin columna, n nl human operations at all, but It It Is column, Ith that of corona, a crown. i bandy unit In astronomy. miles and We follow the French lulling, but eiiunl to 20,000,000,0(1.0(i0 e retain the Spanish light In In pronouncing Is .the dlstnnee traveled by "r," hinie "kernel." hh we say It. JJJ jenrK. A few of the nearest Ktars It meutis the leader of a column are from one to five parsee distant company at tho head of the from us, but most of tlio star that or of the dot the sky are scores or hundreds region nt In column. of pnrsecs away. All Sailor Superstitious. Alt sailors are superstitious, bat Most Valuable Garnets. The oriental turneta are the must none Is so completely under this Indeep-se- a fisherman, They come fluence as the old aluable and beautiful. principally from Pegui and tho town lie puts the deepest faith In "signs" the' and oraeni of all kluds. Nothing would of Slrlan having formerly been chief mart for them, they ore hence Induce a skipper of tbe old school to Hoover's Favorite. by corruption known among lupldarlca rail on a Friday, One Intrepid unbeFlathuth Do you suppose Hoover by the appellation of Blrlan-eornetliever who dared to leavejhe docks at an nets has They appear to be the carbuncle of the Grimsby, England, on a Oood Friday Oh, 1 guess so. I be Bensonburst anclenla; their color Is crimson, verg- wua hooted through the lock gates by lieve a condor Is his favorite. ing Into a very red violet i they are the scuudallied populace. In spite of "A condor for Mtr conchoids! lliui challenging the fates, however, he hav condor can transparent, and "Why, yea. Ton know nluruiV safely with ship and crw. fracture. without food for 40 days." adit "Parsee" Is a Lena. Long Way. i n instance Unit the Possibly Hadn't Been Introduced. a bulldog that he had been teaching to hunt rats, and whenever lie called out the word to hlrn he would run frantically to various places to Fcratch. A neighboring woman was so amused lit the perform ance that she wanted to show the dog's trkkx In her son, but to her rejieateil call of "rnts" the dog only stood and looked nt her. "Oh," said Arthur coming up nt this point, "he doesn't know your rats." Arthur owned Invitation and expected one up to the day of the party. Hut max I the Invitation didn't come. Downhearted, he said to his mother: "Vou know, mother, I like Helm awfully well, but I cer tainly don't like her ways." Ovrdralu eeQri aod uu,ednd Hock,, Bond, aud utner vvcarltlta Puv Irnil tlauaa 'a,t i n baud Itauhlb' !iiur, riimlturealid FIMurr Oibtr u.tia let lncludtd DDder i,v ol above brad, Tetal Loauaaud Hlx'UDIili I m.y.'J 70 (?l l a s no II u b n III 117 3.AUI0 ew Illl.W--l Origins of Military Titles. Commodore and commander urc-for-t borrowed and corrupted from the paiilsh comendador, u knight, a commander, or the superior of a The French have the word cnnimnndeur, the Italian comandalore. Poet Immortalized Hemp. Commandant, however, meaning the Longfellow bus Immortiillied Ihe uses nlllccr of a fortified town's garrison, of hemp In his famous poem. "Tbe etc. comes from the medieval Itopenalk," In which he makes us see COmmnnilfltor. A romtnnnilpi. nml mm. tho rope made Into a suing for two mandnre, to command. lovely maidens, the tightrope for tbe tired, spangled girl of Ihe cheap street Surely Net Bump of Knowledge. vaudeville show, Ihe cord that tbe old O'Drli n met Flanagan and notice! bell ringer pulls when he rings tbe noonday hour ; through his eyes we see he had a big lump on his forehead "Hello," said O'Brien, "Is that a bum the schoolboy flying hi kite, the farmer's wife drawing a bucket of cool wa- of knowledge!" "Indeed, It's not," fall ter from the well on the old homestead, Flanagan. "It's a bump of Ignoranci of knowing nothing about boxing." and many other beautiful pictures. i.uh: Capital Mfwli puriuua runa ITIEb, lii ratb udii red fronts. !ta,cifii-c- t aud taavi paid rrtOBll tkibJuct toebeek 61.11-- 62 7,Ml M T.u.e Wl'Olt, Olbrr Llabllltlta not lueludtd ud- fler aajrer above bead, Total STATE OF KKNTl'CKY, l , COl'.SfY OF (jAhKAKP i ' ..d hi, lit UK) 00 0 00 btl S.1C4 71.504 1S.IT3 .18 00 I1II.IM tit W. C. C Rk,r. rrf.idnl aud J. (. Wll. liauli. Ca,b!rrol tb abut batucd Baukdo olrmnlv ancar thai Ibt abovv atalciuvul la irus to tbe but olour kncwltdf and 111(1. tC. Btekcr, t'Mildtnt, J.C.W'lLUtas. Caabltr. Bubftcribrd abdaworu to Wfirt xnt tbla K'tb dar vl Nov. 1. Ilotau Ballard, Notary 1'utllc. UyCoumUaloDf splrta rb je, ltr.0. Dlisctoai , 1' Swop fcab Maun, Jr. K. K.htt 10 ! 2 0 .A The Central Record, Thursday, Nov. 28. 1918 The New Edison, tho Phonograph With a Soul 'iLiililPiUUlj Buy I tier an Ppesent-Music- 's Uncle Sam Says: "Do your Bit Edison For a Christmas Re-6reation. MBaHRtNe9L RSI , , Shop early for Xmas, Will you help." Coir.e in and hear Edison's New Art some of the greatest ertist whote voices and instrumental performance are recrert- ed by the NEW EDISON, the best imtruwent that cjin be hu r.ianly produced; no needles to change; no mechanical tone; Indestructible records. Corne in nnd hear one or all. I " I I 1 L. B. V' SAPP FURNITURE Successor to A. F. WHEELER FURNITURE CO. CO. Danville's Largest Furniture & Rug Store Cilcher Hotel Block, Main Street. DANVILLE, KY. f i I sS3,..ls.,.ss...;. Fashions In Humor. TRIANGLE A lady once HUKKestcd "Alice Id THE BLUE maWonderland" to n steady-coin- s ON BABEL'S TOWER tron. The volume was soon returned with thanks nnd vl'li the iiplanitlou I.uchi pulled hei shawl farther that what was wanted wus sniuethlns ncross her face nnd shrank down on "llslit." not all those puzzle. Unquestionably, there ure fashions to the station platform bench as the solid blue figure suddenly bent down over humor. her. Excitedly she shook her head In nnsner to the question that she could Not Originally Military Title. not understand. She searched through Oenernl, the noun, and the adjective her red plnhl wnll for the paper that general, the antonym of particular, go Tony had folded Into a little square hack to the Latin Kenernlls, meaning nnd given to her. The writing on It. belonging to n rare or kind, und It "elf in ine i:n lony Knew ami ne tracing to genua genera, from glgners, illd not, told the house where she lived. to beget. Oenenills. In Caesar's nnd Tony had explained It all to her that Pompey's day had nuthlnfc to do with morning. He (mil told It to her again the army; the Roman general was an nt the station. Then, waving his hat Iiuperntor. The title general primahe had disappeared Into the train wlia rily means an otHcer holding a Ben-er- the rest of the men, ami I.ucla hart command. been left standing oueslde the gate i I ed; how they need home support nnd lioys are and hmv they are being treat- Administrator's Notice, cheer, how to send them comforts, and to keep pics, themselves by learning English and other things, so that when the boys come home they will not find their women still very nnd out of sympathy with them. Food conservation bulletins have been translated Into IS or 10 languages. At the factories and munition plants Interpreters nre available for the speaking women by whom the real war Industries oLthe country are being largely curried on. In "1 Imj portant cltlesj International Infinite All the news of the war, by Associated Press, (lie In-s- t cartoons and coniii'rf, Itureaus nre training Amerir.ln nnd foreign women for full time social it latest market reports, Woman's Department in fact, everything; service work with foreigners. Twenty-fou- r trained women nre employed on truly a Ilome Newspaper. Send for specimen copy, or remit !y check or the national and district field staff of the Y. W. C A. On June 13 there were s money order to Lexington Leader Company, Lexington, Kentucky. 10T trained women working a Americanization. .ft.- , iirj vtne ...nn..tn.'yl When more than 73,0i Chicago men .It iiipi.ut t. . Ht-nit ..I .tv'itig. Biblical Thrift. filled out their blue cards for the Sepmany lessons So I.ucla wept, too. The Scriptures give us t.urln had been betrothed to Tony j tember 12 draft. Clang Luo Wong In thrift. Kzeklel named the children bringing with at one jf Israel that during the siege of Jeru- In the old country. Flie years before, j him Mrs. Gang precinct and the three Wong salem they would have to he thrifty. with n long ticket for New York j children. All five wished to register. her lie said: "Tukf thou also inilo Ihee pinned Into his Inside pocket, everylover- I The enrolling clerk explnlneil. but the letv,heat, nnd barley, nnd liemi", and had left hvr. He wrote In I.uo Wongs make many broken : riang l"iitlles, nnd millet,. nnd tltilie. vl ter that he hail made her a home In Chinese remonstrances before the nus-te- r country. dowry money the (t ' them In one esst-l- tithl matte the? hail new provided Her own transporof the family was Induced to sign finally nend thereof." K.eklel Ivs !. The tation, anil for two her months Tony nnd a card without his wife. Mrs. Wong MMe vjiuws that KzeVlel ordered the she had been married. Then he had could not speak English. What would children of Israel to eat tltelr meat drawn. a ticket with a number on It, his family do In a strange country If b;' weight, nnd even thus only "from nnd this morning he hnd gone off to Oang I.uo went to war? All over the time to time." Thrift" Magazine. I'nlted States Chinese nnd Poles and vir. To the policeman I.ucla told all these Serbs were nsklng the same question. It Is to just such needs that the War things In rapid Itnllan. Hut the poTracing Ute of Lightships. Council of Ihe Y. M; C. A. Is organNore, was liceman only talked back to hej as ised to The first lightship, the iile assistance. language" that was not established In Knghind fit 17X1, nt the rapidly In a a Italian. She followed him dumbly to mouth of tho Thames, hemlqunrters. An hour later a wom this country was sttoued In'18i0 In gently j GET SLOAN'S FOR 1'heg.ipenke liuy, off Wllloughby Spit, an wearing American clothes Ital- - . thinly Hook, now Ambrose, light vi-- l hegnn talking to her In beautiful was established In I SSI. A light Ian. one of thou- - J YOUR PAIN RELIEF (tallnn I.ucla was only was placed oft Cape Ilntterus women, Syrians, j of foreign-borIn lS'-'- 4 and wis driven ashore In sand' Italians. Armenians, Rnsslans, I.ltliu- - J IS"J7, and a ship was not established unluns, Polish, who, when the draft ' a.t.iln In this dangerous pnsltloijjnn-tl- l mlleil their men folk ft the American i You don't have to rub It la 1KI7, after unsuccessful attempts to get quick, comfort-In- ;, colors, asked In helpless confusion had been made to build a lighthouse what It was nil about. When would J relief mi Diamond Shoal. their men be back? What did people j mean when they told them they would money through the mnlli Once you've tried It on that stla j receive Jolr.:, sore muscle, sciatic pain, rii Where could they And work that they twiaze, Ume back, you'd &nl how to do? Was there no one in All persons having claims against knew a warm, wothinz relief you never explain It all to them In the estate of the late Dr. E. Evlns' who could language? thought a liniment could prodsu. I their own are directed to present them proven Won't statu the skin, leaves ni muss, The V. W. 0. A. was ready to offer wastes no time in applying, sun to as required by law, to my attorney, assistance, but It would be of no value on A Urge bottla give quick results. Everett B. Hoover, h'icholasville, Ky to offer It In English. Consequently economy. Your own or .in cuani All I'ersons indebted to ! It had to supply a corps of women who at jonce. other druTiirt tzi it. Get it today. sr-iwoman estate are notified to call on the could talk to the foreign-borundersigned administrator and pay nt her own door In tho language that she was used to hearing In the homethe same without further notice. C, E. Overstreet, Administrator of land. To teach her English was as essential n fnrlor In her Americaniza" Dr. E. Evins. tion ns to find her a Job. Therefore tin- - war coon' II of the V. W. C. A. set out to find her English. tteport or tltt' Ciiinllti'iii A year before the war began In Eu rope, the leaders of the Young Wonv A. M., live im- Fox On October 15th, Mr. Monte nil's Christian association foresaw Just started 130 cattle from Danville to suih Itimthm. and made ready to Richmond, when they got to Lancas- meet It. They studied the needs of ter, it was found that one steer was the Immigrant. They trained skilled Culti- , missinir. 20 of these cattle were Amerlenn social workers to become fant fuuuiyot o.rr.i.1. ,i,iui, miliar with the home habits .and to re7 branded with X on right hip, the ' AT 111 Lto,s or Bms.. us nit Lett nnd the mainder were branded with tar, some spenk the language, of the jind the othwnear. Hungarian nnd Ihe (ireek loth day of Nov. 1918 on right, some on left hip, with 19 hill-sid- e er foreign mothers who brought baLiberal reward for bies nnd bundles over from Ellis Island IIKsOIHttr. ncross shoulder. Information leading; to recovery. to Hitler? park. tliicj'iul. t Iyjl.,jd wag- Notify Monte Fox, Danville, or S. A. The organization Into which this ex- Urnirfu..vLiitvl nua uuuciurca ';oufif.Vr'0ll',r''wurl1'' They caine periment has developed was named Deatheruge, Richmond. nil liie Hubble pike. S. A. Deatherage. by the Y, W. C. A. national board. 'The Bukiu hlld ruriiiium sua Houis Institute for Young International Mww mtur, uut lucluatfd uuar . Ottivr Women,'; III terms which these womujr ot shuts ussi, en can understand. It Is teaching the I Taut foreign-bor2-yhow to sew and cook nnd I.I.WIII.ITIr'.M . pike at care for the baby. 10 acres on Richmond glrjs like Itnllan Lucia. "who con- Capital fttock e!d I". To i CJU Hyattsville. Ky. Having sold 5 acres fusedly lingered on the station plat- Surplus road. Us in 2 2 acre lots at $1000 each, Unalvldvd sow. 125 forms when the draft trains pulled out, IMfUSSt saa ptoQlt,psiq issfi I can sell the other five. These the W. T. O. A. Is giving direct as- l wulutiibM..toehMkls.ls1 tj 1 I I I .1 TCTSHIO l will be sold at the above named sistance. Educated European women, iu.uvf lots negoti- ' iiVeos'tl ufuwi price or will be sold with two room appointed to the regular staff of workMTim. ilTii , K, ; house and kitchen on them for sum ers at the camp V. W. C. A. Hostesi Bills I'srstils ... jUi.'w of $1500 per lot. Lots above men- Houses are able to tall; to the drafted Ton: iii.isii to be purchased by colored men In their own language, assist them tioned home, and In arButs oIKeotuokrvC'iuntr at si r :1. .! people, therefore the balance of 5 In writing letters Wu- -i: We, K. t,. Wood,, sid I frs.l i ranging furloughs and little visits to be sold to colored only In acres will deal ud Cssliler n( lb uo,e ssniod Usuk, the camp. do SulemDlr swesrilLsl the sUivs aisle J-- 2 lots at the prices mention-ed- . acre 2 "The Home Information Service for mentis true to the Wit ul our kuusledsr till K. L. WOinii, I'retl'ltut. Address Foreign families of Enlisted Men" Is bellat, H.U. HOOPS. Caatjler. SERGT. J. W. DEASLEV, doln practical relief work for th O. T. S. SuliHrlbad and awora l bature ma tbla J7ib Mtd. Det. F. A. C. wives and mother. The purpose of Camp Zachary Taylor, Louisville, Ky. the Wrd Is to help tbn women folk left be!Und to understand where their HrCiuiinl.aluJ!plreaJiu.lll DAILY and SUNDAY LEXINGTON LEADER BY MAIL. $480 PER YEAR PUBLIC P SUE .Th0rt vl OF T TT7-TJLJJ. V JEJ Owing to the fact that Thave purchased property Lancaster and will move there, will sell at public auction at my place, three miles North the Hickman and Buena Vista pike of Bryahtsville drrirrTJr UI VJIl 7TI. stock and farm , SATURDAY DEC. Lost Steer. peoples Bank or. beginning at ten o'clock plements: sell the following Farm For Sale. ,! hs,. '' .,' t"" One manure spreader; one Brown Manley IMPLEMENTS vator: one Spring tooth cultivator; one corn planter: one slat roller: onp arm; one cuuing narrow; one arag narrow; one turning plow; one plow; one double shovel plow; two mowers; one bull rake: one hay tedder; one hay stacker one hoirp fan; two farm wagons; one set on harness ;twoset of pJow gear; one buckboard; one pond scraper; one fodder sled; one patent churn. About 300 feet of galvanized piping; 6,000 tobacco sticks; arid numerous other things. LIVE STOCK Three good work mules; two old mules; one eight year old mare; one three year old horse; one pony; two milk cows; pound shoats. three spring calves; one and three fn ana unaer casn in nana; over mat amount, cimyio able note, payable in three months, "without interest. t Henry Moore, Cant jVapi. A T Scott Auct CAMP NELSON, KY.