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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): December 5, 1918 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1918 cen1918120501_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): December 5, 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. TWINTT NINTH YCAIt LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOdN, DECEMBER 5. 1918. Kentucky To Enforce President Will State Dog Tax Laws. Not Heed Advice The President Will Administer Duti. of Office While Oversea. Br Wlral.M. NUMBER 30. Patriotism riots not cense when fighting centra keep on buying V, S. S. until Uncle Sam tells you to rtbp. 1 Efficiency 1 aaurc ranker Answers the Purpose of FiVcUtcnsils. Tho Commissioner of agriculture It woul.l lie interesting to know nt Frankfort has notified the county whether n young man whose regiment clerk that all dogs must be licensed is disbanded after receiving one' on or before January 1st, next nnd fourth of its training in an American that the fee shall he paid the county cantonment would accurately be des clerk nt the time the license is issued cribfil ns a soldier or ns a demi-sem- l and It shall be theonly fee imposed soldier. upon the owners of dogs for the yenr ID 1. The tetter states that the dog tnx law will be strictly enforced nnd We have a supply of good Block those who fall to comply with the net will be prosecuted. and Screened Nul Coal on hand. Hudson, Hughas ox Farnau. Place Your Order Now for a m Coal For Sale. 92 Christmas Boxes. The local Chapter of the Garrard County Ited Cross shipped to the boy "over there", ninety-tw- o Christmas boxes. These boxes came from friends or relatives of the boys nnd were shipped under the dlrccton of the ltrd Cross. A Farm in Lancaster But) fMsXAfeiimd' Aluminum utcmil forExxmomy sak? At Auction. In this issue ic advertised the Doyd Iron farm of 21 acres within two hundred yards of the City limits of Ijincastcr on the Duckeye pike. This Is n splendid well improved place nnd in as much as there is not a dairy in nnd nn ever increasing demand for butter and milk it seems to us that this place offers an ideal lo cation for a dairy farm. Mr. J. S. llasclden who has this place for sale tells us that this farm will absolutely be sold to the highest bidder without reserve or by bid and is certainly nn Idcnl place for some one to make money out of the dairy and poultry business. 5CfcTifcttracs7 Aluminum. NSS. SauccflmSct Ni CONN BROS For thlsM&ckonlu. SPECIAL. President Wilson attached no weight to the critics nrgumcnt that upon crossing the sea to attend the peace conference he loses the right to per form his executlcs duties and must nllow them to devolve upon the Vice President. It Is said officially today that the President will administer duties of his office as completely aboard ship and Paris ns though he were in Wash ington, lie told them there were no constitutional difficulties nnd that the wireless and cable communica tlpns solves the problem. CAR. I j "Aunt"Eady HiattDies "Aunt" Endy Hiatt, one of the best known old colored women in Lancaster died at her home in Duncantown last Monday night. She was a good woman and hail many friends among both white and colored people of the community, who regret to hear of her death. Victory Loan Will Be Next. New Drive To Raise Five Bil lions Being Planned For Next April And Interest Rate Will Be Same As At Present. 5 ,1 m Ej, '5?, Ford Ford Ford Ford Ford Touring Roadster Sedan Coupelet - Truck - - $525.00 $500.00 $775.00 $650.00 $550.00 f. o. b. Detroit Friends of Clayton A. Arnold will be glad to hear of bis improvement It never occurred to the Germans at his home on the Lexington pike, that the "Watch on the Rhine" would after suffering from n broken leg some day be an American watch. and n severely sprained ankle, caused Canulna Kanawha Salt best for cur- from being run Into by an auto sc.-era! weeks ago while returning to his ing maat. home one Saturday night, lie wns Hudson, Hughe. & Farnau. thrown from his buggy, which result' in Holland Is said to ed in breaking both bones of his leg be wearing civilian dress. Another below the knee. Clayton is a fine case of "all dressed up nnd no place young man and his friends' will be to go". glad when they hear of his complete be disbanded un recovery. The Holland evidently does not care to have German gentlemen of high degree e1ec( to reside within It. Rapidly Recovering. As there has been a good deal of Seeley, World Famous in This criticism of the County Doard of Specialty, Called To Danville. Health, and I as chairman of same, F. II. Seeley, of Chicago and Philhave been duly censured, I wish to Our army cannot state that since the ban was first laid adelphia, the noted truss expert, will owing to the Influenza situation, that personally be nt the Gilcher Hotel til the fruits of our victory arc assured. Continue to buy W. S. S. buy I have nt all times been in favor of nnd will remain in Danville Wednesall you can. keeping the "lid" on, and have so ex day only, Dec. 11th. Mr. Seeley Miss Martha Kavanaugh had a very pressed myselfy to the Board. At says; "The Spermatic Shield will not We are glad to report one division narrow escape while driving to her the meeting of the County Doard only retain any case of rupture perof the United War Work Campaign, home last Saturday afternoon. When when the restrictions were removed, fectly, but contracts the opening in "over the top."..Th Victory Clrlt, about one mile from town the front the Secretary of the Doard who is 10 days on the average case. This axle of the buggy broke and struck 810.00 f the Health Officer for the County, instrument received the only award the heels of the horse, which frighten was so strong in his nrgument, in in England and Spain, producing reAs the later detailed reports come cd him and he began to run. Miss favor of lifting the ban, that a ma sults without surgery, injections, In it rjipears that the American army Martha held to him for several hun Jority of the Doard voted in accord medicnl treatment or prescriptions. held considerable of a picnic in the dred yards and saw that he was. un with his wishes, and since then I have Mr. Seeley has documents from the manageable, and leaped out, escap Argonne forest. been unable to get the Board to re United States Government, Washinging without n scratch. The horse The dally papers look strange with- ran for several hundred yards and consider the matter. Prior to the ton, D. C, for Inspection. All charout the war maps. It was "the only stopped, but not until he was badly meeting of the County Board, the ity cases without charge, or if any in war we had", and It is natural that wounded, which may result in his State Doard acting under a telegram terested call, he will be glad to show we should miss It a little. from the County Health Officer, had same without charge or fit them if death. coveted goal In all previous cam already permitted the two pool rooms desired. Business demands prevent America must help police the world To Be Quarantined For Ten paigns. in our city to open, so if any one is stopping at any other place in this until peace is finally effected. Help Days. responsible for the present situation, section. Uncle Sam maintain his fine army P. S. Every statement In this no Quite a number of new cases of it is the County Health Officer, and To prevent the spread of colds, in buy all the W. S. S. you can. the State Doard of Health. I merely tice baa boan verified baforo tho Fad- fluenza, pneumonia and tuberculosis; influenza have developed in the city Draws Large Crowd and Every state this as I am called on so often ral and Stata Courts. F. H. Saalay. Our boys in Franc probably feel use your handkerchief when snecxing and county during the past week and thing Sells Well. to explain why our town is open (adv). It. pd. as the audience does when the cur-lai- n coughing, etc, and do your bit, to pro at last the Doard of Health has decidOne of the best conducted sales it when nil others under similar condi goes down: They want to put tect the public. Always have well ed to take stringent measures to ventilated rooms, good fires, but plen eradicate the disease, by isolating has ever been our pleasure to attend, tions are closed. on their wraps and start for home. . those cases, something that has not was that of Mr. E. C. McWhorter' FOREST STAPP, Co. Judge. When your ty of fresh air. back is broke and your M. II. Dudley sold a fine milk cow Soap and water are good desinfec- been done up to the present time. held last Saturday at his beautiful eyes are blurred, to Charley Dudley of Richmond, for tants, therefore nlways wash hands The Doard of Health has come in for country home near Paint Lick. In And your shin bones knock and your This Is said to have been thoroughly before eating. 1175.00. If com a great deal of censure from the pub conversation with Mr. McWhorter tongue is furred. one of the best cows in the county. No more harmful rumor has been And your polled to wait on a case of "flu" wear lic for its apparent neglect of this after the sale he informed us that the tonsils squeak nnd your inWe must keep our army equipped n gauze mask, while in room. On re important duty and now that the sale was entirely satisfactory to him circulated in connection with the hair gets dry, and ready to enforce peace terms. moving same do not roll up, but fold Doard has decided upon these drastic and while some things sold apparent- fluenza epidemic than the one to the And you're doggone sure that you're Continue to lend Uncle Sam your ends together keeping inside of mask measures, It is to be hoped that the ly under their value, but taken as a effect that whiskey is a preventive or going to die, with it in see whole he was perfectly satisfied with cure for the disease. The truth is, the But you're skeered you free from contamination. Wash public will money buy W. S. S. constantly. won't nnd inside so as to make no mistake. Re ing mat tne order or the Uoanl is the final results and was exceedingly worst thing one can do is to take alafraid you will, LOST A Roman Striped Shawl, gard all colds as suspicious complimentary of the auctioneer, cohol when he issuffering from in- Just drag to bed and be carried out to the letter. and have your chill, Thanksgiving day, between II. V. Das- - in your guard. Dr. J. B. Kinnaird has Just receiv Col. John Dinwiddie, who worked fluenza, and those who drink intoxi- And pray the Lord to see you thru, ed his appointment from the State faithfully throughout the day. cants are much more liable to con- For you've got the Flu, boy, tin's and Mr. Will Lear's on Lexington pike. Reward if returned to this Doard, as a "Permanent Sanitary In The total amount of the sale ran tract the disease than those who ab ou've got the Flu. spector of the Doard with authority up to about $14,000, which included stain from It. office. Out at the Government depot nt When your toes A certain class of newspaper men and instructions to isolate all cases of all live stock, implements and some curl up and your belt When our troops come marching Columbus, Ohio, there were 400 cases assert that a farmer is the most in influenza or other communicable dis household furniture. goes flat. home, among the wild acclamations Three deaths resulted. And you're twice as mean as a Mr. McWhorter feels very grateful of influenza. dependent man on earth, and that he eases for n period of ten days after with which we greet them should be and to report each and all to his friends and purchasers tor But none of the deaths was caused by has nothing to do but to enjoy life. recovery Thomas Cat, the thunderous question, "Parlezvous That when winter comes and the bliz- cases of such diseases to his County their efforts in his behalf and hopes nfluenza; all three of them were And life is a long and dismal curse, Francats?" zard's on the wing he toasts his feet or City Health Officer, within twenty- - to see nil make money in their in- cnused by alcoholic pneumonia And your food all tastes like a hard vestments of that day. There were brought about because the patient We should Judge by recent ap- in the oven and reads the local news- four hours . boiled hearse: Dr. Kinnaird has had this office to many people there from n distance heard that whiskey was a good thing When your pearances that many of the hoboes paper mid the only thing that dis lattice aches and your to take when one had the disease. It worded, ns evidenced by the number of who were obliged by war regulations turbs him Is a call three times a day print some large placards, head's that practically filled tho is dated that one of the unfortunate And nothing Is as it ever wns. to work had now gone back to their to n banquet of mince pies and other INFLUENZA HERE, KEEP OUT", victims stated upon his death bed You've got the Flu, boy, luxuries. It is n mistake. The indus- and they will be given to every phy large avenue In front of the home original profession. Some of the sales were: Mules thnt he had read an advertisement trious farmer begins work long be Icinn in the county, whoso duty it You've got the Flu II. Shepherd, of I'alnt Lick has fore the sun thinks I. of getting up, will be to have same posted on the $385 to $410 n pair; hay $27.50 to saying liquor was being used in th'e recently purchased of William Pat- With his soul shrouded in gloom he doors of such homes having Influenza $20.00 a ton; corn $8.00 a barrel in treatment of the disease, and that Is it like, this Spanish FluJ rick, his farm containing about 70 proceeds to build n fire and soften and such cases arc to be reported the field; Thirty yearling Aberdeen-Angu- s ho had taken whiskey on that account. What Ask me, brother, for 'Ive been thru acres for which he paid $11,900. Mr. his boots with n sledge hammer. He every twenty-fou- r hours to the Coun heifers, sold from $130 to The person or persons printing such It is by Misery out of Despair: Shepherd will take possession Jan- then takes u lantern and shovels his1 ty Health Officer. $325 n head; Aber advertisements are therefore! little It pulls your teeth and curls your uary 1st. deen-Angway to the barn and feeds the hogs. heifers brought $345 and better than murderers. hair; Whatever you think of prohibition, It thins your blood nnd brays your $550. each; Tho following are somo The voices of Germany and Aus- It Is then time to feed the newly arriv of the successful bidders on this fine or whether you think anything of it, ed calf, which seems to delight In bones, tria crying "Ilread, Dread" must be The time Is now coming when the Would It not butting n pail of milk over tho tiller renewal of membership will be ex- herd of heifers, which are distributed let alcohol alone for the present at And fills your craw with moans and heeded and answered. well throughout Garrard and adjoin least. Do not weaken the system by of the soil until he only needs to be hi. n groans. nlnn. hnu'ivtr. fn flnswpr pected. The annual fee is one dol using excessive stimulants when there And sometimes, maybe, you get well. them with war bread? We can spare "niped to pass for a puckage of olco lar. This may be tho last year one ing counties; Mrs. Emma Daniels, margarine. He crawls thru a barbone yearling at $325 and one two- is such great danger. And. if you Some call It Flu I call It hell! It. can have the honor of belonging to fenco and digs the hay out of year old at $550; Chas. Rankin, two should be so unfortunate as to conJ wire Tho American boys who hoped to mo snow, gainers up tne irozen chicks this great organization. yearlings for a total of $345; Woods tract the disease, let the physician The Executive committee of the meet the Kaiser In Berlin must be chases a stray pig for four miles, and Walker, four that averaged $202; E. prescribe for you; do not get it into County Chapter has gotten Residence Property sadly disappointed that ho did not re- docs not catch It, doctors a sick horse, Garrard L. Woods five that averaged $100; your mind that you cancure yourself Modern the consent of Dr. W. A. Wheeler to beverages. main there for an Introduction to freezes his fingers, gets kicked by a Close In and Best NeighborHarry McWhorter, five that averaged by drinking alcholic serve as Chairman of the. member- them. Hearsay knowledge of them one eyed mule, and when the gloam$149; Jack Hendrcn, two for $286; Dangerous to handle at all times, alhood. For Home or Ining comes and quietness vroods over hip campaign for the week of Dec Newt Ilendren, two for' $335; J. M. cohol Is a greater menace than ever. was probably all that he cared for. vestment. all the earth, he has a single hour to ember 10th to 23rd. With Dr. Coy, one for $151; D. A. Hervey, two now that we have this epidemic with It cost considerable money to tend bneditate and wonder how he will pay Wheeler at the helm, and knowing for $281; Jesse Sanders, two for us. Columbus Dispatch. Eight rooms, and pantry, closets. the undying patriotism of Garrard our army to France, and It will cost his taxes. hallways, water works, lights, and county and the high esteem in which $310.50) George and Frank Wilson, just as much to bring them home. Tuesday, December 10th, Is pos FURNACE. Very fertile garden. two for $329. savings are still needed by Your Ballardt Obelisk Flour in Barrels the Red Cross is held by all, we pre- itively the last day you can list your For immediate sale at $4250. (worth Uncle Sam needed badly. Make sod sacks, Kilo dried Corn Meal, Corn diet a larger membership for next Cranio Dairy Feed, will mako your city taxes. All property' not in by $4750.00) and terms to suit. Let I year than ever good your W. S. S. pledge and buy all Flour. before. us show you. that time, I shall list myself. your cows give mora milk. Hudson, Ruga., ft Farnau. II. S. HUDSON, Chairman. the W. S. 8. you can. Hudson, Hughas ft Farnau. J. R. Mount, Assessor. D. A. THOMAS REALTY AGENCY. It. Narrow Escape. Plans arc under consideration for another big loan campaign to be stag ed next April, according to reports The Work The official circles In Washington Red Cross Not Done. from is expected to be the last war This The appeal from headquarters is loan, and will becnlled the "Victory received In every mail is to hold fast Loan Instead of "Liberty Loan", as until it is all over. The cessation of in nil previous loan drives. hostilities docs not release this great The amount of the Victory Loan civilian army of its work. will probably be $5,000,000,000, altho "OUR DOVS NEED SOX, KNIT the government has authority to sell YOUR HIT". bonds to the amount of nine billions, While many of our boys nrc now nnd the rate of interest is to remain returning home you must remember 4 per cent, and will doubtless bear that we still will be required to take earlier maturity date. The time to be allowed for the loan care of thousands of Uncle Sam's soldiers who will be needed "over enmpaign will be no longer than that there" for some time to come nnd given the Fourth Liberty Loan cam palgn,' but in view of the needs of the who during the cold weather now will require the comfort government in connection with adnnd warmth to be had from socks and vances of credit to the Allied pow sweaters. The big demand for these ers nnd the completion of contracts articles has caused National Head- for military establishments an effort quarters to request us to place great-c- r will be made to realize on the loan as emphasis upon tho urgent need speedily as possible In order to keep and ask for as many ns we can make up the volume of funds In the trens between now and the latter part of ury to meet maturing obligations December for shipment Januarv lsl. which cannot be met by taxation. No Mrs. George Smith, Jr., is ready at doubt Garrard county will again any time to supply you with all the be called on to subscribe another yarn you can use out of the large huge sum, and we venture the asser tion that when the call comes we will supply nt the Red Cross rooms. again go "Over The Top" with the same spirit that carried us beyond the Influenza Cases Of HASELDEN Lancaster, To The Public. BROS Kentucky in - Rupture Expert Here Helpful Hints. .McWhorter Sale The Flu. Influenza and Alcohol. The Happy Farmer. 'Christmas Roll Call". For Sale The Central Record, Thursday, Dec 5, 1918. "I f I I I ! I The New Edison, the Phonograph With a Soul Buy Her an Present-Musi- c's Edison For a Christmas (J Re-Creation. (!) t L. B. Uncle Snm Says: "Do your Bit Shop early for Xmns. Will you help." Come in and hear Edison's New Art tome of the greatest artists whose voices and instrumental performances are recreated by the NEW EDISON, the best instrument that can be humanly produced; no needles to change; no mechanical tone; indestructible records. Come- in and hear one or all. . f I in SAPP FURNITURE Successors to A. F. WHEELER FURNITURE CO. Gilcher Hotel Block, Main Street. DANVILLE, KY. CO. I (!) ;) I I I i V i i A bilious condition Is Danville's Largest Furniture & Rug Store MAHKSBUKY Mrs. Joe Pollard is quite ill with the flu. Mr. It. K. Speake was in Lexingtin on business last week. Mr. Clyde Withers is at home from Camp Taylor on a furlough." Mr. Alex Killion and family moved to the lleazley farm last week. Mrs. Speake is visiting her daugh ter, .Mrs. Ben Pollard of east Lancas indicated by loss of appetite, pain in the side, back and shoulders, restless at night, and a furrowed foul tongue, incr Is often a feeling of depression, the eyes arc dull, the face is sallow, and quite frequently constipation or diar rhea occurs. When any of these symp toms are present, a course of VIN Dr. E. Evins. HEPATICA is at once needed. Begin ter. (11.21-3t- ) with a full dose to remove the poisonMiss Lena Killion spent the week ous matter from thebowels, nnd conend with her aunt, Mrs. Josic Moore Lost Steer. tinue for n few days with n smaller of Stanford. On October 15th, Mr. Monte Fox dose. Come in and get a bottle. Miss Annie T. Cecil of Danville is started 130 cattle from Danville to the guest this week of heraunt, Miss Richmond, when they cot to LancasMT. HEBRON h.ugcnia Pollard. ter, it was found that one steer was missing. Mr. Wm. Onstott is a victim of the 20 of these cattle were Courtney Roberts bought of Joe branded with X on right hip, the re- flu. Pollard his farm containing about 18 mainder were branded with tar, tome Mr. J. E. Crawford is improving acres for $5,000. on right, some on left hip, with 19 slowly. Mr. Wm. Blanks and dnuirhter. Liberal reward for across shoulder. Mrs. Peachic Grow returned Sun Miss Annie, left last week to visit his information leading to recover'. day from a visit with her sister, Mrs. son Mr. Charlie Blanks who is at Notify Monte Fox, Danville, or S. A. Mary A. Sanders. Camp Toylor. Deatherage, Richmond. They came Montgomery who has Mr. Elmer Quite a number killed hogs last the Hubble pike. S. A. Deatherage. been at Frankfort for some time is week and some arc butchering this at work at Lock S. week all being anxious to get thru Miss Bettle Scott of Nicholasville with the big job before extreme pent Thanksgiving with her grand weather. COMMISSIONER'S mother, Mrs. E. F. Scott. SALE OF LAND. Mr. ond Mrs. D. C. Montgomery Mr. Joe Gosney has returned from France and has many interesting exare very happy over the arrival of a periences to relate and states lie GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. fine baby', girl on the 29th. would not take a thousand dollars for riffs. Wm. Hurt's Admr., et al, VS. Mrs. Jas, Hardwick and grandson, his trip. Defts, Lewis Owens who have been quite Zeke Moberley, et al., Mrs. George Huffman who has Pursuant to a judgment rendered improving. been nursing her. father, Mr. Dorton at the November Term, 1U1S, the un sick with the flu are Messrs Gocbel and Woolford Scott has been confined to her bed with dersigned Commissioner will sell at public auction before the Court and James Hunter of Nicholasville, influenza. Mr. Albert House Door in Lancaster, Ky., at 11 were here hunting Thanksgiving. Dorton and famil)arc all down with o'clock, A. M., on Messrs J. B. Harrison and Floyd it at the same place. MONDAY, DECEMBER 23rd, 1918, it being the first day of the Garrard Dean were with Mr. J. B. Dcane at County Court Term, the real estate Camp Taylor Saturday and Sunday. mentioned in the pleadings and desMr. John Curd and family and COMMISSIONER'S cribed as follows: Kentucky, on Miss Ruth Montgomery t-of McCrcary In Garrard County, SALE OF LAND. - .t i .'. - the waters of Back Creek and bounded as follows: Beginning at the mid- gomcry Sunday. GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. dle of Back Creek on the line bePills. Mr. J. L. Crawford of Lexington George R. Adkinson, et al, tween Trav. Casey and John Casey, VS. deceased, running with the branch to Mr. Wm. Crawford and daughter Thos. Adkinson, ct al, DcfU. Cyrus Sanders line; thence with San- Miss Ethyl of Sulphur Well, were in Pursuant to a judgment renuereU ders' line to Back Creek and adjoin- this locality Sunday. at the November Term, 1918, the uning James East; thence with meandThe members of Mt. Hebron dersigned Commissioner will sell nt ers of said creek to the beginning, court auction berore containing 8 acres. church will send a box to the Ky. fublic Door in Lancaster. the at 11 Ky.. Jnd. Tract: Beginning at an oak, Baptist Childrens Home for Xma.s o'clock A. M. on corner to Cyrus Sanders; thence with and all members are asked to conMONDAY, DECEMBER, 23rd, 1918, poles to a lynn his line N 45 E 32 on East side of creek; thence up tribute. The box will contain such it being the first day of the Garrard W 90 poles to a stake: eatables as canned fruit, sausage etc, County Court Term the real estate same S CO W 20 poles S 20 thence S 51 also dry goods or anything useful. mentioned in the pleadings and desas follows: to a stake; thence with James Casey Please leave the contribution with cribed Garrard County, Ky., on Lick S C4 In E 48 poles to a stake corner Mr. W. S. Bowling on or before the Log Branch, and is bounded on the to Sanders; thence with his line N E 22 10th of December. 78 poles S 80 E9 North by the lands of E. P. Jones, on 's E 18.7 poles to Buckpoles N 55 the East by the land of James E 12.1 heirs, on the South by the land eye stump; thence N 27 Duty Before All Things. of I.nyton heirs, on the West by the to a stake in the middle of a Eoles However dear you hold your patri- land of Theo Cotton, and supposed to thence down tameN CO W 28.G poles to a stake; thence N 40 mony, your honor, or even your life, contain 10 acres. The purpose of said salo is to diE 52.8 poles to the beginning, con- you should be willing to sacrifice all taining 37 acres 1 rood and 32 poles, to duty, If you are called upon'to do vide the proceeds among the joint containing 45 so. Silvio I'elllco. owners thereof after payment of both of said tracts acres, 1 rood and 32 poles. cots herein. TERMS: 3rd. Tract. . Beginning at a The sale will be made on a credit to Sanders; thence his Suspension of Physical corner W 20 poles S 85 of six months and the purchaser will line N 18 W be required to execute bond for the E 12 poles to a poplar N 20 By Lo-capproved 32.0 poles to a stake in the east edge fiurchase price with bond bearing six per cent of a branch; thence up same S 0 Boards. E 10 poles to a E 37 poles S 40 interest from date until paid, having judgment of stake in east edge of branch; thence Under orders of the War Depart the force and effect maya issue, payupon which execution E 15 with said branch S 43 C7--E poles to the be- ment, Bulletin No. 423, Local Boards able to W. II. Brown, Master Com22 poles N will discontinue all physical exami- missioner of the Garrard Circuit ginning, containing 20 acres. The Commissioner will sell said nations of registrants, but will con- Court, and a lien will be reserved upand then as a whole tinue and carry to the earliest possi- on the "property sold, until the purtracts separately and accept the bid which brings the ble completion the classification of chase money is paid. most money. W. II. BROWN, M. C. G. C. C. and the II. C. Kaulfman, Attorney. the nineteen to thirty-siTERMS. The sale will be made on a credit eighteen year old groups of regisof six and twelve months, and the trants. Beeswax for Cricks. be required to Cracks In furniture may be filled In The Local Board for this county Purchaser will purchase price, execute due in the vi 1th beeswax. Soften the wax until six and twelve months respectively, have completed classification of all with approved security, said bonds registrants of Sept. 12th, except sev- It Is like putty, then firmly press It Into the cracks nnd smooth over with bearing six per cent interest from en men In the eighteen year old date until paid, having the fores and group, who have not returned their a Ihlu steel knife. Sandpuper over the surrounding wood sod work the effect of a judgment upon which exUnless all dust Into the wax. This gives a wood ecution may issue, payable to W. II. Questionnaires as yet. Commujloner of the Questionnaires art returned to the flnlt.li ir color, and when the furniture Brown, Master Garrard Circuit Court, and a lien will Board" on or before Saturday Novem- Is varnished the cracks will disappear. be reserved upon the property told, ber 23rd, they will be classed as de- Beeswax Is better than putty, for until the puicnase money is raid. putty soon dries, crumbles, and falls W. H. BROWN. M. C. G. C. C. linquents and so reported to the War out. Department R. II. Tomlinson, Atty for I'ltf are .directed to present them proven as required by law, to my attorney Everett B. Hoover, Nicholasville, Ky., All persons indebted to at once. said estate are notified to call on the undersigned administrator and pay the same without further notice. C. E. Overstreet, Administrator of Her-brotr2 2 2 4 4 4 Lay-ton4 2 hack-berr4 2 Administrator's Notice. For Biliousness All persons having claims against Take Vin Hepatic. the estate of the late Dr. E. Evins I RAM Y 1 1ISK O and SIINilAV I MIIU VUIIWI1 LEXINGTON LEADER BY MAIL. $480 PER YEAR All the news of the war, by Associated Press, Hie host cartooi.s and comics, latest market reports, Woman's Department in fact, even thing to make it truly a Home Newspaper. Send for specimen copy, or remit by check or. money order to Lexington Leader Company, Lexington, Kentucky. -- OF- LIVE STOCK. Owing to the fact that I have purchased property in Lancaster and will move there, I will sell at public auction at my place, three miles North of Bryantsville on the Hickman and Buena Vista pike SATURDAY DEC. Examination al 2 3 2 x beginning at ten o'clock A. M., sell the following live stock and farm implements: IMPLEMENTS. One manure spreader; one Brown Manley Cultivator: one Spring tooth cultivator: one corn nlantoiv wheat drill; one cutting harrow; one drag harrow; one turning plow; one hill-sid- e plow; one double shovel plow; two mowers; one bull rake;' one hay tedder; one hay stacker one herrpfan; two farm wagons; one set'wag-o- n harness; twoset of plow gear; one buckboard; one pond scraper; one fodder sled; one patent churn. About 300 feet of galvanized piping 6,000 tobacco sticks; and 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; three spring calves; one sow and three 125 pound shoats. TERMS $10.00 and under cash in hand; over that amount, negotiable note, payable in three months, without interest. ar Ill . Henry Moore, CAMPNELSON, KY. Capt. A. T. Scott, Auct. The Central Record, Thursday, Dec 5, 1918. 3 CARTERS VILLE. christened Glenn Orville. Mr. and Mrs. Will Bryant and chil Mrs. Julia Weddte who has been dren, and Mr. and Mrs. John Calico very 111 is better. visited Mr. and Mrs. Walker Bryant Mrs. Marian Cain is very sick with Sunday. To The Tobacco Growers Ad- Of MEAT PRODUCERS DID FULL DUTY Increase in American Influenza, Madison, Garrard and joining Counties: As our policy has always been to look after the interest of the growers, and get them the high dollar for their tobacco, we have been unable to announce our opening sale, on account of the influenza prevalent in the South. We were however, advised by the big tobacco purchasing companies that as soon as they get buyers to the Lexington market, we would have themhere on the same day. Remember the HOME HOUSE has never speculated in one pound of tobacco. We do a strictly commission business. We are for the grower first, last and all the time. We have doubled our floor space and can now unload your tobacco the same day you come. We also have two of the largest buyers prizing on our floors. We will announce our opening date as soon as the big companies can get through in the South. Don't be misled into taking your tobacco to a market where it will be sacrificed. For we know we will have buyers on the same day that Lexington or any other market in the state. Hoping that none of the growers will be misled about the opening, or in thinking they will have a market at Lexington, or some other point, be Very truly yours, fore ours, we remain, Genuine Kanawha Salt belt for cur Miss Cora lioop visited friends in Ing meat. Hogs Will Itichmond nt the week's end. Hudson, Hughes 6c Farnau, Help to Meet World Fat Mr. John M. Key visited the Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Andie liobinson vis J. M. Hoblnson at Preachersville last ited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. K. 1' Shortage. Friday night. Bryant Saturday night and Sunday. Mrs. Eliza Conn was the guest of SITUATION. SAVE FARMERS her daughter, Mrs. Charlie Crutcher Get Your Webbed Feet. Thursday night. A Maine Inventor's mechanical subGovernment Justified In Stimulation Mrs. Mary Gnbbard of Wallnceton stitutes for web feet arc bags to bo atof Pork Production Sevenfold visited her sister Mrs. Earnest Gab- - tached to a swimmer's legs, opening with the kick and folding with the rebard last Sunday. Increase Over turn. Eiports. Misses Myrtle nnd Cora Carter I were the pleaiant cuests of Miss Es- Success Came Lata In Life. telle nnd Virgic Davis last Sunday Among the small group of brilliant Throtijh Increased production ami women Journalists of the last century conservation we will b utile this jear night. I'anny f'ciii stands nut as n unique to riport seven times our Mrs. Clara Wylic of near Preachaverage exjmrtM of pork products. ersville visited Mr. and Mrs. Walker figure, for, ulthough she was married and widowed before aim ever atWith tli heavy demands added In car-I- Bryant last Saturday niirht. tempted to write, she became one of for the millions who hate been Mrs, Maggie Wylie visited her the most popular authors of the day, freed frum Herman oppression, the Department of Agriculture ami the mother, Mrs. J. D. Carter Saturday. and her first book sold to the extent Pood Administration are Justified toMr. nnd Mrs. D. M. Carter are re- of jSiOOO almost n record for those day In our every action of stimulation joicing over the arrival of a fine boy days. year of hog production. In the corning greatest world shortage will be In the Pre-Wpre-wn irk Mill help to save tills fats, and Tho elllcacy of the policy situation. of stimulated production has built up In this country supplies whlili will us to supply a lery large part of the fat deficiency of tho world. In f there must be u shortage In ilue largely to limited refrlgem-lo- r ship "pa 'lty. All freezer ships auilluMe, however, will lie tilled liy Amerlm, Argentine und Australia. The contribution made by the producers of this country to tho war pro-craus appl)lng particularly to animal food pnxlucts Is Illustrated by the follow ing: Iteports compiled hy the V. S. Department of Agriculture Indicate nil Increase In cattle of 10.S3S.uiii) head These figures and 12.llt.0is) hois. were complied to Junuury 1 last. In this period there was n deere.ua In sheep of SID.OOO head. The Indications are that this decrease will show nn Increase, according to recent FARM -- SMALL AT- THE HOME RICHMOND, COY HOUSE, KENTUCKY. By W. E. LUXON and I. M. HUME. Mr. J. M. Sanders celebrated his 'JStli birthday last Tuesday the 20th Mrs. I'enchie Grow has returned of November. Quite a number of home after a visit with her ulster, friends and relatives were there. We Mr. Mary A. Sunders. hope he will live to enjoy many more Mii Evere Speaks ipent last week as happy as his 95th. with Mrs. Nannie Moberley. A little Kirl arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James I. Sanders on Misses Laura anil Crawford spent Sunday with their the 24th. of November. She has grandmother, Mrs. I.ou Itaney Mont- been christened James Charlotte. gomery, Rya .Middling., Ballard. Pur Mrs. Ike Duncan nnd little daughter, llallie 11. are quite lick with flu. Whtat Bran, Cocoanut Oil M.al, V.I. I Miss Woodie Hardin Is reported vat Uan Maal, Pa mo Miied Faad, better after several days Illness with Fed Rya. flu and pneumonia. Hudion, tfughea & Farnau. Miss Ilessle Itay Sanders of J W Sanders and son, Willie Hugh was the recent guest of Miss and A. T. and J, I, Sanders and E. It. l'eachle Mae Sanders. Ray attended the rale of K. C, Messrs Angle Sanders, and Karl nt Paint Lick last Saturday, llroaddus of Camp Taylor anil MUs J, W. Sanders and son purchased l'eachle Mae Sanders visited Mr. I.. some of his fine herd of Aberdeen-Angu- s - Sanders at Crab Orchard Sunday, cattlp. FEE MISERABLE FROM THAT COLD? Colds and coughs are quickly relieved by Dr. King's New Discovery Nobody should feel "perfectly miserable" from a cold,. cough or bronchial attack for very long-- For it takes only little while to relieve 't and get back on the road to recovery when Dr. King's New Discovery IS faithfully used. It soon loosens the phlegm, relieves Irritation, soothes the parched, ore throat, brings comfort. I UU a century eld and more popular today than ever. At all druggists. Since January 1 unofficial Information Indicates an Increase In hogs of not less than 8 per cent, anil not more than 1." per cent, as compared with one jear ago, with nn Increase In the average weight. Following the request of the V. S. Food Administration for an Increase In hog production for marketing In the fall of IMS und the spring of lull) the Increase may yield not less than OOO.OUfl pnuuds more of pork product than were mailable last J cur. Without this Increase the shipping program arranged hy Mr. Hoover regarding animal food products would hate bevu Irmiossible. The dressed hog products during the three months ending September 30, 1017, amounted to U0.t,17",000 pounds, while for the corresponding months of 19H the dressed hog products totaled l.'J"7,:.S3,ooO, an Increase of over pounds for the quarter. During the same period for 1917 the of records of Inspected slaughter dressed beef showed l,20:y0,000 pounds as against 1,431,000,001) pounds for the three month period endlug September I, this year. 1,,. iinuN TUESDAY, DEC. 10th At Ten O'CIock. RAIN OR SHINE. The Boyd Ison farm formerly Green Estes place, one-hamile from Court House, of Lancaster on the Buckeye turnpike just out side the City limits of Lancaster. lf Our jfood Gospel -- waste nothing America's Pledge of Food Gave Heart to the Allies In Their Darkest Hour Whatever Is necessary America will send. That was America's pledge to tho interallied food council. And because the American food army had hitherto made good they took heart and went forward. 1'arm enterprise1 und much soft corn Increased pork supplies, food conservation Increased eiports total shipments doubled. eat less serveless sssfljj SMI RESIDENCE, BARN AND 21 Acres Sand Mako Your Bowels Doha to doe Make them function with jratil)mz precision. If regulation of, the diet not relieve their torpidity Dr. King's New Life Pills will. They ara perfect Imt1 trainers, cleanic tho system surely. canJortably. Stone Land LUMBER ALL KINDS. Good four room house with dandy veranda, good stock barn, good well, well fenced, a never failing spring and one of the best concrete dairy houses in the county and a splendid young or- chard. OF THIS PLACE IS IN BLUE GRASS SOD AND BALANCE SOWN IN RYE. This is an ideal small farm as every acre will raise and is ready for tobacco. You could not find a better location for a dairy or chicken farm as this place islocated right close with all necessary out buildings. Go look over this farm as we believe it is what you are looking for. Tell your friends and come to this sale. TERMS-O- ne Thousand cash on day of sale, January 1st, 1919, the balance of the one-hatwo notes due one and two years. ONE-HAL- F lf ' FAITH. JUSTIFIED BY EVENTS. STOVES GOOD KIND. I do not believe that drastic forco need be applied to maintain economic distribution and sane use. of supplies by tho great majority of American people, and I have learned a deep and abiding faith In the Intelligence of tho average American business man, whoso aid we anticipate and depend on to remedy the evils developed by tho war. Herbert Hoover, August 10, 1017. Builders Hardware. Patriot's Plenty Buy less Serve less Eatony3mealsatijy Waste nothing "Yfour guests Will cheer fully snare simple fare Hervey & Woods jy - PAINT LICK, KENTUCKY. Be Proud to be , United Realty Si Development J. S. HASELDEN, Manager. Co a food sivver 4 The Central Record, Thursday, Dec 5 1918. KIDNEYS WEAKENING? LOOK OUT! troubles don't eimrpear "hry srow 'lowly nut tliirnarlvcs. undermining; health te1llr.certainty, until you fall wiihn deadly to Incurable di'earr. Mpp your trouble while there I tlrre. become Hon't wait until little calm dlseaee, hie To aches. Don't trlfc with avoid future auITcrlni? bcKln treatment ti rap-ulwith OOI.D MKDAl. Haarlem Oil eery now. Take three or four day until you are entirely free from pain. n preparation has been This one of the national remedied of Holthe fnvrrn. land for centuries In ment of the Netherlands Krante.l a peclal charter authorising lt prepara tion ana aaie. KMrify LAYS VICTORY TO OIL The Producing and Refining o Oil v SUGAR SHOWED OUR BACKBONE ' t1 The houiewlfe of Holland would al with mot aa loon be without foot! out her Tienl Hutch Drops," aa "ho cualntly rails BO!,n MIlPAt. Haarlem O.l Capsules. They restore Hrrnittn atid are responsible In a preat measure, for the sturdy, rooust neaitn 01 iw Hollanders. Do not delay. Oo to your driuraiat and In. 1. nn h la snnnlvlnir vntl Willi CHILD M!U.I. Haarlem Oil Capsules.areTkj not them a directed, and If ou llstled with reoulta your drusKlit will BUdly refund ytu" money. Look for the name f!Ol.O MUl'Al, on the box and accept no other. In fealed Doses, three 'lies. American Willingness to Give Up Luxury Demonstrated NaOne Rrent factor In wlnnlnr the wn tion's War Conscience. was American resources, money, tuna. munition, provisions of all kind, mu nltlons nml nit. WITH STAND THE ALLIES. A knowledge of the enormoua, Inox hnustlhle resources of this rust, new conntrr, together with It mariHous By Reducing Consumption People of producing rapacity gradually pene the United States Averted a trated the Intelligence of the Herman Icople. It took the heart out of the Famine at Heme In Spits light, supped their morale, destroyed of Low Supplies. their hope of victory, Thla fact Just aa surely is the fight' tng qualities of the American soldier, The fart that the peorle of the shortened the war by many nimiths at United States were able to reduce by least, perhaps years. more than one-hal- f million tons their Victory for the Allies was made pos July, August, September and October sible nt this early date largely on ac consumption of sugar proves conclucount of the Immense producing ca sively that their war conscience was puclty, and financial resirilh!ilty of thoroughly awakened and Hint the manufacturers und producers In the country ns n whole Mood ready to follow- the Injunctions of the Oovemment. United States. Our normal consumption of sugar In The Making of Millionaires. Just lot mother tall, "Hisniits for i period beginning with the llrL-iilcia1" e rc stirv tlu-r- s n The millionaires vho have arisen In July has been lial.tssi tons per month. this country from huinhle origin of Ik? U-a-t in store total of l.WKJ.WO for the quarter triitt that obscure parcntjigi have materially ye.ir. liL'ht. tciiilcr biscuits for us helped to real the doom of Inherited In July, when our sugar stringency brown itnct all jmlk'tl up autocracy. began to reach H height, consumption John I). Itorkefcller stands out wns reduced to Ftir uiotlicr is sure tons. In Au prominently In the Held of oil produe- - gust only :CMl tons went Into dispowder--- 1 altimet. of her bak-in-n on. Hut It Is doubtful If he could srasp tribution and In S'ptrmhcr.ouly JT',1,. She never disappoints us liteause een in imagination the run extent to lM tons. In October the dlslrlhutlon which the production of oil was t fell to VWUsh) tons. figure, not alone In the development If the general public had failed to of American Industry, but In deturui observe the Injunctions of the Pood Inlng world affairs. BAKING POWDER Administration this country woul have been In the throes of n suga Opportunities In Kentucky, never disappoints her. He pointed the way he was the famine before the end of August. Oil It's dtpendtibk. Hestilts visible supplies were so low ns to bring pioneer the first udventurer, and his great anxiety to those familiar with nwnys the sam e t he b est. gnlni enormous can scarcely be cat' the sugar situation. They feared tha Try it. ciliated. It would be absolutely mioslble to It Is not widely known, but here In reduce consumption Calumet cimUliuoiily such Ingreto n point where Kentucky there has been tremendous sugar would no longer be a mere lux dients ns have licrti approvc-c- l otfi- production of oil, a fact that has boon ury In the L'.S.FchsI Authorities. American diet. dally tnken adantage of by only a limited Kew accomplishments of the 1'ood number of people. Yon Save When You Buy It. preAdministration will stand forth so Unlike the developments of the coal dominantly ns this reduced consumii- You Save When You U.e It. and timber resources of the state, the tlon of sugar. Hy It we have been able oil Industry has been financed In large to bridge over the period of stringency I AWARDS measure by Kentucky capital. Uoal until the new beet nnd taulstana cane Investors hare made the Kentucky oil sugar crops wire In sight. i ems possioie anil nae shared Now the nation Is In n position so In the enormous profits that If we choose we may return to that hare been made and are being our normal home use of sugar, atid made dally In this field which Is now Europe, with the release of ships to go recognized as a lending undeveloped far afield, can maintain Its recent re oil territory In the United States. If, however, those stricted rations. .wore tnan ;ju arming outfits are nations are to Increase their ue of today operating In M counties In Ken sugar very considerably It must be by tiicky. The first field of Importance our continued sharing with them was on tow Creek, near Irvine. In Ks. through limiting our owu ronsump till county; here It was that the real tlon. pioneers In the industry made the first rich discovery. Next came the AMERICAN SPIRIT RELIED ON TO WIN, development of the Zncharlah pool r.enr Torrent, In which Is situated the In the light of succeeding events It famous Ahlcy farm for which It Is raid "rat" White an offer of Is Interesting to lecnll the confidence five million dollars. The third field In with which the United States Kood point of Importance and far richer Is Administrator viewed the gloomy out "lllg Sinking," In Lee county. Here look In July of 191, when this eoun real gushers hae been found, tome try bad been In the war for les than producing as high as l,0ut) barrels four months nnd the ficrmans were steadily sending the western front daily. nearer and nearer to Paris. A Successful Company, "liven though the situation In V.u Among the pioneer companies In Ilia rope may be gloomy today," he lie-Kentucky oil Held Is one that Is per 11 public statement, "no haps more largely responsible for the clarcii in American who has knowledge of the c'cvnlopment than any other Is the already obtained In every ill results McComhs Producing 7 Ilcflnlng Comrectlon need have one atom of fear pany, of which Ahram Itenlck of Winthat democracy will not defend Itself chester, Ky., Is president. .Mr. Itenlck In these United States." has been long Identified with the live Mock and agricultural Industry In the state, having been one time president LOYALTY IN LITTLE of the American Short Horn Hreodcrs' THINGS LAST PROOF Association, also president of the Ped OF PATRIOTISM igreed Live Stock Association of America, with the execu Americans wllhout murmuring rut tive management cf Wie company unfrom four der the direction of Mr. Iteiihk. Mr. their sugar allowance loiinds n month to thiee and then lis t . jut oinbs, mie of the recognized long us need be to two ijuihN for loy successful oil nun of the county, has an fnarge or the tvvld oncratifins. ally's suke. The .MeCombs Oil Company Is the Food Will Win the World. wner of properties on which there i.rc more than K) wells In the Inlne, America enrned the gratitude of al Sue h.irlah and Hie Sinking fields. lied nations during war by sharing I ho Jltl'omhs Company has been unusually lucky In striking oil In till: food. America under pence may win territory, pnrrlcularly of late A flvo- - the world's good wl. '. by saving to hundred burrH gusher being one of share. Ibelr latest achievement. This. how. ever, Is but one of Ml producing wells. ine .net orobs people- - however, ro The errat bnttle for the salvation gical ability of tho wurhl, and by the?" ui mis matter rn a very practical kind of Uo world from German Kultur Is money or uie country. srassssssssssassssavxx. , oi a way. 2f asssfSBaiBfwasssKv'v.n A ormsiderablo part of the I.tst UN not "over and done wlUi" for a good They have already established or many thmsands of the men who have erty Lraui funds wtU be used In such rather bought n refinery plant, u fleet rehabilitation been fighting It, and consequently It never dreamed work as the world oi taiiK Curs, and are evldyitly earn of In past yean. It st In their attempt tc establish a sta- Is not "over and done with- - for (ho will tnclndo surrrrv. artlflrlni ihnhi :e, permanent, tremendously nrntltn. Americans who have been backing medical services, and finally vocationWe business. al training which will enable the solthem at homci. To this end they have rarefullv so. to take np his rife again and SSI aMasasssssssaasf Thewt thousands are coralnr bock dier clecl some definite proven territory. make It of value to himself in.1 aa. and now control over 17,000 acre. from the battka 0Hds wennded and rirty. disabled. Tlielr sa'rificrn will be Tho picture above shows Spouting Automobiles, throughout tbclr Uvea. trained Boldler for It has been humorously remarked Dnt the sacrifice will be lmanriMt as leal arm application makes It ponslblo that nothing Is an us ranch as possible by the greatest sur to work In a chemical laboratory. en oil well that Isn'r finished. A sphinx is garrulous beside It. Hut when It Is finished, It either goes on being quiet-- r DEMOCRACY V8. AUTOCRACY. than ever, or It begins spouting auLiberty Loan Honor tomobiles, trips to Kurppe and larre, Peace, As War, "Thero Is no roynl road to ouj mansions in New York. Counties Announced Mast Be Financed food conservation. Wo can only Statistics show that Ui well. accomplish this by the voluntary ducing L0 barrels per day will yield people-- , each action of our whole wuxw per jear. With over 80 Cleveland, Dec. t. The srr proud We are coins' In hnr fn AmnM element In proportion to Us wells and a refinery In operaest counties In the ltoarth Federal pence for a while Joat as we hara In h needs. It Is a mutter of equality tion, there li hardly left an element District are thoao which first reached finance war. : of KiortlnB chance. Talm Iieacit and - of burden." So rays Secretary McAdoo. fn an' The truth of this statement, the Liberty Loon quota. Alone with I'srlf cet closer every day. nmrnclng tha ! made by the United Slates Food the pride, of being- first, they won the Liberty Ioan. certainty of 'another Administrator soon nfter we en- honor each of namrng a TJ. fk shrp. "There are over J.OOOOfio United tered the war, has been borno The coonUoa are Aahland. Vlntoni States soldiers alim.nl " h out by the history of our ex- Franklin and Henry In Ohio; Han- out. "If we transport these men back ports. Autocratic food control cock In Went Virginia, and McCreary to tha United States at tha In the lamla of our enemies has ta Kentucky. Mrs. Prank K. Martin 50,000 a month. It will be rate of broken down, while democratic has been cbosen sponsor for Ita ship a year before they are n over half - food sharing has maintained returned. the 4- - by Fnuiklln county; ... Hlaa Dorothy Our armv. therefor tnn,i k. - health nnd strength of Ibis roun- Wetr try Hancock connty. and MUu talned, victualed, and try und of the Allies. clothed for Myrtle CampbeJl by McCreiry county. many months alter peace la an The others bare not been named M--I- Urrgely Contributory to Winning the War Makes Such 'Light,Tasty Biscuits toaty kMIHraliMaHli, CALUMET An International Service Built on Tiny Profits Per Pound Some industries have been able to get in step with war demands more quickly than others. In many coses mighty plants have sprung up but at a prodigious cost. The packing industry was able to adapt itself to unheard of demands more quickly, perhaps, than any other industry. And this was because the vast equipment of packing plants, refrigerator cars, branch houses, etc., had been gradually developed to its present state of efficiency, so that in the crucial hour it became a mighty international system for fjpME IllUllLaJl war service. And how had this development taken place? Not by making vast inroads into the capital wealth of the country, but largely by using, from year to year, a portion of the profits, to provide for expansion. Swift ft Company's profits havt always been so tiny, compared with sales, that they have had practical y no effect on the price of meat (amountinc to only a fraction of a cent per pound). And yet the owners of the business have been content with reasonable returns on their capital, and have been able, year after year, to put part of the profits back into the business to provide for its expansion. These fractions of tiny profits have been repaid to to the public many fold in the form of better service, and better and cheaper meat, and made it possible for Swift & Company to meet, undaunted, the sudden cry for meat for overseas. Could any other method of financing a vital industry involve less hardship to the people of the country? Could there be a better instance cf true " than this return in added usefulness .. and in national preparedness ? "profit-sharing- Rehabilitation of Soldiers Is Work Immediately Ahead Swift & Company, U. S. A. -- v. LET US LIGHT YOUR FARM WITH ELECTRICITY Better, Safer and Cheaper than any Artificial Light. BASTIN BROTHERS, LANCASTER, KY. H The Central Record, Thursday, Dec 5 9 18. 1 5 MUST INCREASE ADVICE TO "FLU" CONVALESCENTS J.J.Byrne Exclusive Optometrist. DANVILLE, Office llourt SPAIN AND ENGLAND AFTER REPORT INCREASE IN TUBERCULOSIS INFLUENZA KENTUCKY. 'Opposite Gilcher Hotel. 8 la 12 and I EPIDEMIC. U. S. Public Health Service Warns lo S p.m. Dr. Wm. D. Pryor, Veterinary at Italney Lnncnsier. Offlce and Dentist. Surgeon Kentucky Tuberculosis. One Million Cases Tuberculosis in United States Each a Source of Danger. Public Against Influenza Convaltscents Should Hav. Lungs Examined Colds Which Hang On Often Beginning of Tuberculosis. No Cause for Alarm If Tub.rculosls Is Recognised Early Patent Medicines Not to Ot Trusted. Livery Stable. J. A. Beazlev FUNERAL Utile DIRECTOR . Ovrr National Hank. INCASTKIt. Oilier Phone 27 KV. Kesidence Phone H. J. PATRICK, Kentucky. Paint Lick. Or. Printus Walker VETERINARIAN. Hewn re tuberculoma after In- llucnra. No need to worry It you take precautions In tfine. con- Don't diagnose your dltlon. Have )our doctor eiaiu- Ine jour lungs several times at monthly Intervals. Ilulldupjour strength with right living, good food and plenty of fresh olr. iMn't unite money on patent medicines advertised to cure tu- bcrcuhmls. crank and llecome a frcsh-al- r enloy life, Peoples Tobacco War eh'e Co DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. FOODJXPORTS America Called on by End Millions. ECONOMY of War to Supply Added STILL NEEDED. 8hlpmente Over Three Times Required Situation In Wheat and Fats Proves Government's Policy Sound. Willi the guns In Europe silenced, we havo now to consider a new world food situation, llut there can be no hopo that the volume of our exports can be lightened to the slightest with tho cessation of hostilities. Millions of people liberated from the Prussian yoke are now depending upon us for the food which will keep them from starvation. With food the United States made It possible for the forces of democracy to hold out to victory. To Insure democracy In the world, wo must continue to live simply In order that we may supply these liberated nations of Europe with food. Hunger among a people luevltably breeds anarchy. American food must complete the work of making the world safe for democracy. year we sent ll,S'J0,IJ0O tons of food to Europe. For the present )ear, with only tho European Allies to feed. we hud originally pledged ourselves to a program that would have Increased our eiHirts to 17,500,000 tons. Now, to feed jhe liberated nations, we will time to export a total of not less than JO.OUO.OOO tons practically the limit of loudlng capacity at our ports. Ite- vlewlng the world food situation, we find that some foods will be obtainable In quantities sufficient to meet nil world nei-dunder n regime of ecoOh the oilier nomical consumption. hand, thero will' be m.irkct! world shortages In sume Important Return to Normal Bread Loaf. With the enlarged wheat crops which Amerlcnn farmers have grown, and the supplies nf Australia, the Ar gentine and other markets now accessible to shipping, there are bread grains enough to enable the nations to return to their normal wheat loaf, provided we continue to mill Hour at u high percentage of extrucllou and maintain economy In eating and the avoidance of waste. In fats there will be n heavy shortageabout 3.000,000,000 pounds In pork products, dairy products and vegetable oils. While there will be a shortage of about three million tons In rich protein feeds for dairy anl- - 1 mats, there will be sufficient supplies of other feedstuffs to allow economical consumption. In the matter ot beef, the world's supplies are limited to the capacity of the available refrigerating ships. Tho supplies of beef In Australia, the Argentine and the United States are sufficient to load these fchlps. There will be a shortage In the Importing countries, but we cannot hope to expand exports materially for the next months In view of the bottle neck In transportation. We will have a sufficient supply of sugar to allow normal consumption In this country If the other nations retain their present short rations or Increase them only slightly. For the countries of Europe, however, to Increase tbelr present rations to a material extent will necessitate our sharing a part of our own supplies with them. Twenty Million Tons of Food. Of the world totul, North America will furnish more than 00 per cent. The United States, Including the West Indies, will be called upon to furnish '.0,000,000 tons of food of all kinds as compared with our pre-wa- r exiorts ot about 0,000,000 tons. While wo will be utile to change our program In many respects, even a casual survey of the world supplies In comparison to world demands shows! conclusively that Europe will know famine unless the American people bring their home consumption down to Iho barest minimum that will tualu-tai- n health and strength. Thero aro conditions of famine In Europe that will be beyond our power to remedy. There are 40,000,000 people In North Ilussla whom thero Is small chance ot reaching with food this wluter. Their transportation Is demoralized In complete anarchy, and shortly many of their ports will be frozen, even If Internal transport could be realized. To Preserve Civilization. At this moment Germany has not ulono siuked the food aud unlmall from nil those masses ot people she has dominated and left starving, but she has left behind her a totul wreck-agot social Institutions, and this mass of people Is" now confronted with absolute anarchy. If we value our own Safety and tin social organization of tho world. It w valuo the preservation ot civilization Itself, we cannot penult growth ot thli cancer in the world's vitals. Famine Is the mother of anarchy. From the inability ot governments to secure food for their people growi revolution and chaos. From an ability to supply tbelr people grows stability of government ana ths defeat of Did wo put It ou uo hlghei plane thsn our Interests In tho protection ot our Institutions, we must bestir ourselves In solution ot this problem. on '! Call. Answ.r.d Promptly Day or NifM. I'hon. 317. LANCASTEH. KENTUCKY. Honaker Fine Cut Flowers. John . . M. McRoberts. . W. A. WHEELER DENTIST KENTUCKY. m, LANCASTEH, Ofilce over Stormes Druif Store. IIours 8 12 a.m. 1 1 p.m. 7;30-- p mi white k co. LOVrSVILLCKY. mm4 Jkaral sisirtinsl rail vslssJ pM FURS BOOKKEEPING BssIssss,Pasoarpliy TYPEWRITING and iiuiiNEMcpuue i117j.i uirw hia Ill TELEGRAPHY It S. fMrt(MVrtaf - "" ' - The undersigned hereby Kive warn-In- s to all persons not to trespass upon our lands for any purpose whatever its we will prosecute all offenders to il, fullest extent of the law. Hunt ers and fishermen especially take POSTED " notice. It. U Elkin, Mrs. Cora Phillips. Mrs. Emma Daniels, It. U Arnold. Mrs. Sarah J. I. Hockley, Mrs. Emma lIiiulothani, Edd and N. 11. Price. S, C. Kigsby. 12 Gals. Poultry Tonic Y'lu ran main C f nil ttt lliu lxt rill 12 , Curt' rwltll It.rif. VSU13 ami liferents f Ipes. nmoer-neccuulert. tu i fltierdleaK'. At ilniir rUUnrhy unll itMtluM. w nsinry ikjuh ItUlM tlSltl Cl,lll!l!M,l. irv. Uaselden Brothers. Time for Kindness. There la no day no abort nor o full that It does not give a clianco to do a kindness. Most Famous of Thrones. The peacock throne formed part of the interior decoration of a rosily building In Delhi, the ancient capital of the Mogul empire In India. Tho throne had tho figures of two peacocks standing behlud It, their tails expand ed and tho whole so Inlaid with sap phires, rubles, emerald, pearls and other precious stoues as to represent real peacock plumage. The throne, valued at several million dollurs, was carried off by Invading armies and now figures In a palace In Persia. (SioeUI.) Ac Washlncton. I), cording to a reirt made to tlw United Service, the epiStates Public Health demic nf tnlluenia In Spain haa already caused nil Increase In the prevalence ami deaths from pulmonary tu berculosis. A almllnr association between luilucnza and tuberculosis was recently made by Sir Arthur News- boliue. Iho chief medical officer of tin EiikIHi public health service. In his analysis of the tuberculosis death rate In l.ugland. In order that the people of tho States may profit by the experience of other countries Surgeon t.eneral 4tupert Hluu of tho United States Public Health Sen Ice has Just Issued a warning emphasising the need of (ra cial precautions at the present time. "Experience seems to Indicate, snjs the Surgeon General, "that person whose reststunco has been weakened by an attack of Intlucnza are peculiar With ly susceptible to tuberculosis. millions of Its people recently affected with lufluema this country now or. fers conditions favoring the spread of tuberculosis." One Million Consumptives In ths United States. Then you consider this a serious menace" was asked. "In my opinion It Is, though I hasten to add It la distinctly one against which the peonl can guard. So far as on can estimate there are at present about one million cases of tuberculosis In the United no There Is unfortunately States. complete censua available to show exactly tho number of tuberculous persona In each state despite the fact that most ot the states have modo the disIn New York city, ease reportable. where reporting haa been In force for ' many years, over 83,000 cases of tu berculosis are registered with the Department ot Health. Those familiar with the situation bellevo that the ad dltlon of unrecognized and unreported cases would mako the number nearer C0.000. Tho very careful health survey conducted during tho past two years In Framlngham, Mass., revealed 200 cases of tuberculosis In a population' of approximately 15,000. If these proportions hold true for the United States ns a whole they would Indicate that about one In every hundred perEach of these sons Is tuberculous. constitutes a source of danger to be guarded against." What to Ds. In his statement to the public Surgeon General llluo points out how those who have had Influema should protect themselves against tuberculosis. "All who havo recovered from Influenza," says tho Surgeon General, "should have their lungs carefully examined by a competent physician. In fuct. It Is desirable to have several examinations made a month apart. Such examinations cannot be made through I To clothing nor can they bo carried out In two or tlireo minutes. If the lungs aru found lo be frro from tuberculosis every effort should bo made to keep them so. This can bo done by right living, good food and plenty of fresh air." Danger Signs. Tho Surgeon General warned especially against certain danger signs, such as "decline" uud "colds tthlcli hang on," , These, be explained, were often the beginning ot tuberculosis. "If you do not get well promptly, If your cold seems to lung on or your health and strength decline, remember that these arc often the early signs ot tuberculosis. Place yourself at onco under the care ot a competent physician. Tuberculosis Is curable In tho early stages. Patsnt Medicines Dangerous In Tubsr. culosls. "Above all do not trust In ths misleading statements ot unscrupulous patent medicine fakers. There Is no specific medicine for the curs of tuberculoids. Tho 'money spent on such medicines Is thrown away; It should be spent Instead for good food and decent living." a Announcement. We have deferred our opening sale until January 1st, 1919, owing to the fact that the large buyers have advised us that it will be impossible for them to send representa- tives to ANY MARKET IN KENTUCKY until that date. No market will have buyers for the Big Companies earlier than we have buyers for them. Keep that fact in mind. Any of our friends who wish to haul tobacco to our floors will be welcome any time after December 16th, where it will be safely stored awaiting first sales of the season. If you need some Christmas cash, we will make a liberal advance upon tobacco when same has been weighed up and placed upon the floor. Since the close of last season we have added a new fireproof addition to our sales floor, which adds fifty per cent to the selling space we now have for quick handling of a largely increased amount of loose leaf tobacco. We now have over an acre of space under our roofs, much the largest house south of the Kentucky River also the best in light and barn conveniences. Our motto will be, "Over the Top and a Square Deal." and a Kentucky welThe same hearty hand-shak- e come awaits you, as it always has, at the Old Peoples. We have secured as Auctioneer Col. A. A. Forbes, Jr., of North Carolina, who is considered by expert judges to be the best one in all the South. Come the first day to hear him. Now that we have done all things in our power that money and good judgement will accomplish to secure the top price for your tobacco, thanking you for past patronage, we again ask you to come on with your tobacco. I. M. DUNN, President The Central Record, Thursday, Dec 5 1918. Ready For Christmas We are greatly pleased to announce to the public, that, through advanced buying, and untiring effort to procure early delivery, we have We even have every article we bought for Christmas right here in succeeded in housing our entire purchase for Fall and Winter 1918-1the house. This Christmas promises to be a big one, with the boys coming home. The lucky ones are going to be those who look and buy early. Our Stock is full, and big now. Don't put it off and be sorry afterward. 9. Just Army Leggins Leather Puttees Sweaters Sport Goats A Suggestion or so for a Christmas Gift. Silk Ties Silk Socks -Silk Handkerchiefs Silk Collars Silk Shirts Guff Buttons Tie Pins Travlelng Bags Suit Cases Fine Gloves Frat Clothes New Raincoats Florsheim Shoes Keith and Stetson Hats Pretty Caps Army Shoes House Slippers EVERYTHING FOR MEN AND BOYS. Jerseys Flannel Shirts Silk Refers Collar Pins Adlers Overcoats Fancy Mackinaws LOGAN & ANDERSON- BROTHERS, LANCASTER, KY. - TkeCentral Record a year. E. ROBINSON. Editor. J. R.L ELKIN. Local Editor and Mgr. ssued Weekly. 11.50 Entered t I KHAKI B. COLUMN I I Bate RatotalsaRatEifcaRalsaftiBa the foil OfflM In linciim, Kj., i Second CUM M'll Matter. Member Kentucky Press Association tnd Eighth District Publishers League. Rates For Political Announcements For Precinct and Citv Offices ...J 6.00 10.00 or County Offices 15.00 tor State and District Office 10 For Calls, per line 10 For Cards, per line For all publications in the interest of individuals or expression of individual views, per 10 line 05 Obituaries, per line Lucasler, Ky., December 5, 1918 Helm To Retire. Helm shall When lion. have filled out the term in Congress to which he was recently elected, he will have served fourteen years. Harvey Ills constituents throughout the district will regret to learn that at the end of his term he will resign, so stating in the following' card which he has just issued; "At the close of the term to which I have just been elected, I will have served in Congress fourteen years and expect at that time to retire. During this period I have faithfully endeavored to discharge my duty as your representative, when my party was in the minority .and when It was in the majority in Congress; when my country was at peace and when at war. "Our Government, I believe, will be readjusted on a permanent peace basis before my retirement, which is entirely voluntary and with a heart full of gratitude to the constituency that it is a great honor for any one to have the high privilege of representing. "It is with clean hands that I shall turn the commission back to the people who have so graciously honored me by the trust they have placed in I me during this period of service. have never played politics to build up a political machine to continue in office, have never identified myself with either of the contending factions of my party in this State, have always gone ttraight to the people in all campaigns for my nomination and election, have financed my own. campaigns and consequently have been able at all times to cast an untramel-e- d vote. "I shall continue to feel great in- f terest in the success of my party and profound interest in the welfare of HARVEY HELM. my country". Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Dunn, of are justly proud of the following letter they have just received from their son, Herbert. "Somewhere In France", Dear Mother and Father: I will drop you a few lines to let you know that I nm well and feeling fine, also hope this finds you the same. We are having fine weather for the time of the year. It has frosted once that I know of which is more than you can say at this time of the year. Well I guess that every one is happy over there since the Ger mans have signed the armistice, or at any rate should be. I know every one is happy over here, also having a big time for we know it will not be many months before we can come back to the states, and the homecoming will be great. Not that I am homesick in the least but everyone will be happy then, but thank God it will be a victorious one and that is what it took before we would even think of coming back and you know it as well as I do. Well I sure am glad that papa has all of his crops in and in good shape. for I often wondered how he would me more make it for that worried than any thing else but now nothing at all bothers me for I know that God will take care of both of you until I get back home to you, so why should I worry at all. Tell Clay and Maymc to look out for I sure am going to have one more good time when I get back to old Kentucky and expect them to be in it as deep as I am and I know that they never have refused a good time. Well I must close as it is getting late. Sending all of you also my best regards to all the rest of my friends. Your loving son, Herbert W. Dunn, Base Hospital No. 56, A. P. 0. 785, Am. Ex. Forces. P. S. Tell Mr. Becker to save me some of his clgarrettes as an old Fa- tima would smoke fine now. yanauk bk reesndc.ei A copy of the following letter has been received by Miss Lena Bright, WTitten to Miss Gladys Williams of Lexington from Virgil Gerald, who is a nephew of Miss Lena; being now stationed in France, recovering from a wound he has received at the front. In part the letter says; "When your letter came to hand I was making ready to enter one of the largest battles of the whole war, and on Sunday morning at the break of day we started our big drive. "I came thru without n scratch, but remember my comrades fell fast. I never realized what a war really was until this big drive. I cannot say how many of us went down, but we cap tured twenty Germans for each man that got bumped off. I can't say how much frontage we took, but It was the largest battle that has ever been fought on the western front. I had a talk with a German corporal and gave him a bite to eat and a cigarette and he teemed to think the war was about over, as they were having all the war on their side of the lines. miles from civil"I am thirty-tw- o ization now. As soon as we gained our victory we dropped back from the lines as shock troops always do. We do not hold the lines. That is done by trench troops. They are in the trenches eight days and out slxteeen. But we are seldom in. When we do you see any of his people be sure to got a little lonesome with a son of who is Just six months old. On Italy on one side, a Frenchman on April 24th. 1917 he married Miss "I got a Ilni- - leather belt off n first give it to them. Well I guess I have written about the other, and n Young, daughter of Mr. nnd of the Prussian Guard, and lieutenant across Dessie have engraved on it the date of the enough, all I can think of any way. the room, ami in the room were sol- Mrs. Johnson Young of this city. place where the battle If you cant make all of this out just diers from Morocco, Algeria, and nil He is also survived by his parents battle nnd the imagine what a bad light I have and points on the globe except the right Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Estes, and six began. "In battle the smoke is so. dense guess at it. Be sure and write to me spot; but he was finally assigned a brothers, Shirley, Harrison, Ollir, you can't see ten feet ahead of you renl often and tell me all the news. nurse, whb tho French, could speak Harvey, George and Donald and olio and you get all mixed up. It took us Dont worry about me at all for I will our language, and he thought sure it sister, Lillian. 11c wns a number of two days to get straightened out be alright and will write you as often wns what ho had longed to hear. the Baptist church, having given Ms possible. Tell the boys that are as He said for the folks back home heart to God about five years ago. after the drive. "Sept. 26 No sleep all night; Sept. leaving home for Camp that I think not to tire in working for and giving The deepest sympathy of their 29, no breakfast at all, no dinner, no they will be too late for the fight. to the lied Cross, for it is the great- friends and the community go out to Give my regards to all my friends est organization in the world. supper, but what you found laying the bereaved ones in the loss of a deHe met his brother Floyd for the voted husband, father, brother, and around that had been lost by killed and tell them to write to me. I will I found two cans of close by sending love to every one, first time, a few days before he was son. or wounded. cornbeef and two cans of tea and had and sending you mother a little piece wounded, and said Floyd was looking Funeral services will be conducljd tea made from water out of a shell of poetry taken from one of our as fine as he ever saw him, and had today at eleven o'clock which hole. But the wnter was bad as it papers. been in some battles that will go interment will take place in th Lnn. had been gassed and it did not taste "My Mother cheer your heart nnd down in history as the greatest bat- caster cemetery. good, but beat none at all. Slept in dry your tears, tles of the World War. Ashley asked to be remembered to a dugout that was damp and cold all For after while God willing III return 'Miracle. night of the 29th and eat the other We sacrifice that through the his friends, and says his address now After a long, honorable and peace- -, years is Co. 80, 0 Itegiment, Am. Ex. F. can of beef on the morning of Oct. 1, Mr. e rui mi... i. i. and got some rations issued nt 2 p. We "may enjoy the peace for which more. Mnepr t' we yearn. m. that evening. Some time during the night of "Oct. 2, we left the lines and came Forget nil rares, forget all minor Mr. Dan Moser died at his home Tuesday .Nov. 20th, she passed into back seven miles and got there at things, near Manse last Friday night nfter a ' the eternal sleep which knous no 11:30 p. m., got up next day without we labor and tomorrow rest, short .illness of pneumonia, following awakening, anything to eat, and hiked under We fight for every mother as she an attack of Influenza. Mr. Motcrj As she lived, so sh died, quietly heavy marching order thirty-twsings moved to Manse about a year ago ' nnd at peace with all miles, so you Her babe to sleep upon her throbbing from Lincoln kilos, or twenty-fou- r county where he was For the last few weeks Mrs. Mir-- ,' t see if you can do what Is required of breast, raised and well known. He was a1 acle had not been in her usual robust you 'over here' you are a good man. We battle for the womanhood of good hard working, honest man and health. She was converted early In" This is no place for a weakling. his sudden death came as a shock to j life and united with the Christian earth, "One thing I saw I was about to his friends and relatives, some of' Ky. Upon re forget to tell you. I saw where Ger- For liberty, for honor and for right, whom had not heard of his illness. church at mans cut up humans and made soap Be proud, Oh, mother dear that you He leaves a family who have the sym- moving to Illinois, she united with the gave birth, Christian church at Palmyro. Mrs. of them. They had large pots or pathy of the cpmmunlty. The rekettles and a big block to cut them To one who lived to enter such a mains were tntfen to Goshen last Sun- Miracle was tho daughter of Marshall Morgan, and was a sister of Mr. fight. upon, and cut them all to pieces and day where th- interment took place. Sweeney Morgan, of this county. Pvt. Wilbur L. Scott, boiled their dead. She was sixty years old. Her hus"I hope the war will soon end and Co. L., 1st Pioneer Infantry, Estes. band, a prosperous farmer of near I believe it will. The Germans have American Ex. Forces, France. After a confinement of ten days, Stanford, Ky., is thus sadly bereft in not won a single battle since July 18 . i.i...t Spanish influenza, i... puwucii- urpaiiurr HIIU (IS leii .IO A letter dated Nov. 3rd, states that suffering from past. There is where the tide chanAshey Swope was wounded in battle later developing into pneumonia, Mr. Journey on alone without her wise ged for Fritz." on Oct. 23rd, and was in a hospital William B. Estes, died at his home on council and companionship. A wife so rconomical, thoughtful, in Lyon France, tic had a bone Hamilton avenue last Sunday at one. interesting letter The following fractured in the left foot, but was o'clock. The death of this young and devoted, Is rarely eyer found. has been received from their son, by getting along nicely Beyond the shadows of the night and receiving man is one of the saddest that has ocMr. and Mrs. A. T. Scott, and many the best of attention. The Doctor curred In the community since the there is the hope of the break of a will find it interesting; thought he could leave the hospital i epidemic of Influenza first appeared perfect day and may fnmlly and "Somewhere in France" He was twenty-on- e here. yeors old friends be safely brought to the in about n month. Dear Mother: He said was not an English, last February and leaves a devoted Union and unclouded light thereof, night I tongue in there Well this is Wednesday the hospital, and that he wife and one baby girl, Willie Fred, is the wish of n loved one. have just crawled in my little dugout and am taking advantage of a little candle light, "something we can scarcely ever have" by writing you a few lines. I am O. K. and sitting here listening to the shells whistle over my little home. But sfhee being under shell fire for two months, they don't excite me very much. To tell the truth when I get home I think I will have to have somebody shoot a while close to me before I go up look out. Zccho-SIova- k ftr y ...... r sW To-da- y ' f o man-kin- ... A Farm Bargain For Twelve Days. 120 Acres On Lexington Pike. I have a farm of 120 acres with a dwelling that is in splendid condi tion in fact one of the good homes of Garrard County, would cost from six to seven thousand dollars to dupli cate, a splendid tobacco and stock barn, well watered and well fenced, about one half of the farm in grass and twelve acres sown in rye and grass. This farm is about five miles from Lancaster on the Lexington pike and has been placed in my hands lor twelve days at a bargain price. Either see me or W. T. King and either of us will beglad to show this place, J. S. Haselden. can go to sleep. In your last letter you said from what you could learn from the papers the Yanks were doing good work. Well, we sure are nnd we mean to bring things to close before long. The Yanks sure are a nervy bunch of boys, all seem to be contented and happy. Well Sherrow and I are still together. Have slept together every night since we went to Camp Taylor, that is sticking pretty close, don't you think? Well, we have had some awful mean weather for a week or two, raining every day, but it has cleared up today and we have had a nice bright day. I have never been able to find any of the boys from home yet. I can't even hear of them. You said you did not hear from me very often and when you did you got two or three letters at Hie same time, well I have the same trouble. I hear from yuo about once a month, then I get five or six letters at the same time. Oh, well, I reckon we are lucky to hear that often. I htve tried several days to get an envelope for this letter and finally found one. I am going to write some for Sherrow and put it in with mine. The first time COAL. lllllssssssssssssslslssslssssslslsis We have plenty of Good SCREENED, NUT and BLOCK COAL For Sale. HUGHES &FARNAU "A LANCASTER, KY. m 3 9 a The Central Record, Thursday, Dec 5, 1918. 1 SEE OUR GREAT BARGAINS ON COATS AND SolJ at this store ..t. ....... i.. UITS This is the sale you have been looking for. Every Suit shown Jhas the fashion features, the distinctive lines and touches which stamps them as the seasons best developments. The variety of materials and colors is such as to appeal to most any taste. Come in and see these attractive offerings. DrcssGS The Joseph Mercantile Co Tne One Price Store. The House ot Quality. Miss Carrie Reid is out after an GLORY, GLORY, GLORY TO GOD THE WAR IS OVER. The Kniser hoisted the white fliijr nml bcRcd for peace. Our President desirves lasting credit This promises peace and hnppiness to all. Come in and treat your wife to a Gossip About People ggvg A R.t.f U.Ua ml Ik. rMntntft Bllil Goinji by ThaM We Art InteroUd In. attack of the "flu". Miss Gladys Fritbic is recovering after an attack of the flu.s Miss Billy Sanders is quite ill nt her home on Danville street. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Dickcrson arc convalescent from an attack of flu. is GOOD MALLABLE E Cast and Steel Ranges and cooks at close prices Heaters. RANGE-PRIC- $85.00 Moors Air-Tig- ht Misses Sallic anil Mattic I.utz were visitors in Richmond Sunday. Mrs. It. J. Sclman of Nlcholasville, the guest of Miss Minnie Brown, J. R. MOUNT & CO. The Q Deal House. Mis Shelby Mown in improving nftcr an attack of influenza. Miss Annie Hello Burnside who lias been quite sick Is rapidly recovering. Mr. W. P. Roop is uble to be nt his work again after a weeks illness of flu. Mr. James Ncvius has returned home after a weeks visit in Cincin Little Miss Dorothy Dunlap, who nati. has been quite sick with the flu is Mr. nnd Mrs. James I. Hamilton motored to Lexington for the day, Messrs Irvine Stapp and Harry Friday. lianry spent Thanksgiving here with Mr. and Mrs. Tom Slavin were re. their parents. cent guests of Mrs. Guy Hundley of Mr. Louis Hcrndoit of Atlanta Go., Danville. lias been the guest of his father, Capt. W. M. Hcrndon. Prof. P. II. Hopkins is quite sick with flu, his many friends will be sor .Mr. John Mcltoberts who has been ry to know. Residence Phone 33.'i Office Phone 18. stationed at Atlanta Ga., for some Miss Jane Hasclden is quite sick time has returned home. with influenza at her home on Rich Mr. Hob Kinnaird and Jim Wood mond Misses Elizabeth Scott, Delia Tinstreet.. of Danville, were with their home der and Francis Clark returned to people for the week end. Friends of Mrs. W. A. Speith are their home Monday to remain until glad to sec her out again after an at the first of January. Miss Gertrude Wilkinson of Stan tack of the "flu". ford, was the attractive guest of Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Harris are Mr., and Mrs. Forest Stapp and quite sick with influenza at their Jack Casey Thanksgiving. 1HAS.C. IIAKIItS, M rmfcl.Bt K. U. U.tUSLY, Sr.u7 family were visitors in Woodford home on Danville Street, their many Mrs. Helen Uryant came over from county last Sunday. friends will regret to learn. Lexington Saturday and spent Sun day with her home people. Sgt. Andrew II Croushorn of Camp Mrs. J. R. Moorman and interestMcClellan, Ala., has been home on a ing little daughter, Camilla Burns, Miss Martha Ileitis of Lexington fifteen days furlough. have returned from an extended stay was with her mother, Mrs. Mary Bet Dr. Redman, at Kantis for a visit over Sunday. Misses Ella Mae and Emily Bourne with her father, sas City, Mo. were the guests last week of Mr. and INSTITUTION Or LCARNINO A RtaUUkKLV INCOHKUriD Mr. Paul Elliott of Lexington, Mrs. John Underwood. LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY Mrs. Pattie Anderson entertained 321 GUTHRIE STREET, North of Po.tofTicc spent Thanksgiving with his parents, Thanksgiving dinner in honor of Traini young men and women for Business or Civil Service Dr. and Mrs. W. M. Elliott, Mr. Bascom Arnold of Paris, spent at a grandchildren, Mr. poiitioni. All who desire to qualify for either or both lines of Thanksgiving with his grand rarentfi her children and Miss Josic Thompson has returned and Mrs. Harry Elmore and little employment should write fur full information at once. . Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Arnold. daughter, Elizabeth Earl, and Mr. to Lexington after the trimming sea son with Miss Minnie Brown. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Walker who and Mrs. Harry Anderson, and sons, have been in Charleston, S. C for Thomas Brown and Cecil Francis. Mrs. Frank Marksbury left Mon sometime havo returned home. day for Louisville where she will visit Mrs. Jim Burnside and daughter. Mrs. C. C. Brown for a week. Miss Annie Belle, entertained at dinMr. Henty Simpson of Lexington Is recuperating ut the home of his ner last week, when covers were laid Miss Tomniic Francis left Monday parents, Mr. and Mrs. U. D. Simpson, for Mrs. John M. Farra, Mrs. R. L. for Richmond to be with her sister, Elkin, Mrs. Joe Robinson, Mrs. S. A. Mrs. George llallew for several days. Mrs. William Black, Miss Lilly Ray Walker, Mrs, Joe Burnside, Mrs, Tom and Miss Mary Lcc Lane, were guests Slavin, Mrs. Charlie Ballcw and Mrs. Mr. Charlie Doty who has been of Miss Jennie Ray for Thanksgiving. Luther Gibbs. hero on a ten days furlough return ed to Camp Sevier, S. C, Saturday Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Clark of Let te with the GovDo It early and The cozy household of Mrs. Fannie night, incton. sncnt Thanksgiving week with Walker, is temporarily broken up. parents, Mr. and Mrs. F ernment. Our stock is ready. Upon the closing of the High School, I Mr. nntl Mrs. Jpaka Wnltpr mnlnr her Miss Scott returned to her home in ed from Stanford Sundnv nml uvrn Bourne. the guests of Mrs. John Walter and Mr. P. D. Avant, of Winchester, Ghent, Ky., Miss Robinson leaves for family. has accepted a position with James n visit to relatives in Chicago, and W. Smith and assumed hisdutics last Mrs. Walker herself departs for a Mr. and Mrs. Turner motored over stay of some weeks wilh Rev, nnd Monday. front Nicholasvillo Sunday and were Mrs. Herney McDowell nt Mt. Olive, (!) the guests of Mr. .Mr. Irvine Stapp will return and Mrs. J. Ran to Mississippi. WE SELL FOR LESS. Lexington today after spending a few dolph Harris. News has Just been received of the days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs Mr. llolbert Bastin has returned marriage of Miss Clara, Miller to Mr. Forest Stapp. to Boston, after spending several N. A. Barth at Charleston, W. Vn. days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. lipen Mies Clara is the attractive daughter Mr. W. A. Sneith. who hn A. II. Bastin. nuite slrlf with Inflnin7n f t.mvi,.. of Mr. and .Mrs. N. Miller of this city ing, and his friends hope to see him and for the past six years has been Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Joseph have out again soon. the chief book-keepof the Daily returned to Louisville nftcr spending Mr. Barth the week-en- d with his mother, Mrs. Mies Bettie Robinson returned to Gazette of Charleston. Elizabeth Joseph. CampbelUvillc Monday to remain un Is one of the prominent business men til the 1st of January, the school hav- of Charleston, being the Junior memMaster Eugene Austin returned to ing closed on account of the flu epi ber of the firm of Owen and Barth, DT r6If0 St. Mary's College, Monday, after undertakers. He Is to be congratudemic. spending the Thanksgiving holidays lated upon winning the hand of Miss with home folks. Mr. Elmer Miller, son of Mrs. Dura Clara nnd many friends here extend TO VACCINA!! AO.AINST OUCKUO. Miller, who vas wounded In action them best wishes for a long and hapMiss Annie Herndon left Friday In France sometime, ago, has recover py life together. Simple Safe. Effective. for a two weeks sojourn In New York ed sulflcieritly to Join his Company Ms to Mmivl N UqsU to tpit, Kt itrlsg to rat. Miss Margaret Cook, of K. C, W being accompanied by iMrs.. Sinckel-for- d again. SLmilj s liltlt UI to U UjMttd wdM U skla. spent Saturday in Louisville the guest sooujmh of Richmond. tsae rv IJ -? Mr. Noble Ledford, -- 1 of Camp of Miss Christine Sprague..Mr. and 91 BU it Mr. and Mrs. Henry Simpson and Meade Md., Mr.' Speed Ledford and Mrs. Banks Hudson and Banks Hud daughter, Elizabeth, of Lexington, children, Frank and Lena, of Miam-isbur- son, Jr., and Mrs. Kennedy spent were with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ohio, attended the funeral of Thanksgiving in Lancaster the guests U. D. Simpson for a short visit this Miss Marian Ledford at Paint Lick of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Farnau..Mr. last Tuesday, week. and Mrt. Dave Thomas spent Thanks W. 0. RIGNEY. Funeral Director and Embalmer. Lancaster, Kentucky. Mrs. Ike Hamilton and Mrs. Naomi giving in Lancaster the guests of Mr. Hamilton continue quite sick nt their and Mrs. L. C. King- -. Mrs. John M. home on Maple Avenue. Farra and Mrs. Joe Burnside of Lancaster, shopped here Wednesday Mr. Harvc McRobcrts and daugh- Messrs Dalton Rich nnd Walter Cox ter, Mrs. Tom Phillips of Stanford, of Lancaster, spent Thursday here were visitors here last week. with friends. .Misses Mary May WalMessrs Dave Thomas, Charlie Doty ker, Margaret Cook anil Faustine ami Holbert Bastin attended the foot- Cooper spent Thursday with Miss ball game in Danville last Thursday. Dorothy Reid on Main Street Danville Messenger. Mi:s Mattie McGrath Adams Is ill The following is a clipping from with influenza, at the home of Mrs. Nockie McGrath, on Danville street. Sunday's Courier which will be of interest to Lancaster people: William A. Carson, of Stanford, "Mrt. Robert E. Hughes was host who is now located at Camp Meade, yesterday afternoon at a matinee Md., was a visitor in Lancaster this party to Richard Carle, followed by week. tea at Klein's, in honor of the thirteenth birthday anniversary of her William Elmore of Preachcrsville, Miss Margaret Elkin spent a night In Lancaster en route daughter, Hughes. In the center of the reto Cincinnati, to accept a position in freshment table was placed the birththat city. day cake. Mesdames J. F, Neighbors the party, Mr. and Mrs. Coy S. Sanders are and Hughes chaperoned Misses Dorothy the proud parents of a little girl that which included: arriveil on Nov. 29th., christened Goodwin, Gcraldine Violette, Lucile Levy, Emma Graham Farleigh, EveTreve Marie. lyn Ackcrman, Joyce Russell, Ruth Mr. and Mrs. Mi. 0. Kennedy of Thomas, Ruth Glover, Helen AnderBryantsville, were in Lancaster, yes- son, Frances Mann, Helen White, terday, the gueets of Mr. and Mrs. J. Helen Farleigh, Marjorie Myer and E. Dickerson. Margaret Elkin Hughes." I Classified Column RATES: Commercial School Single Insertions lea word No ad taken for less than 20c in this column. No ads in this column charged. Seven insertions for the price of five. j3 5j Phone orders must be paid i promptly. g WANTED rier for A substitute mail carR. F. D. No. 2, Lancaster. I CHRISTMAS I SHOPPING. ft To tend a crop or WANTED: work on farm. Can do any kind of 2t.pd. work. Call at this office. FOR SALE Several nice meat hogs, weighing from 250 to 350 lbs.. Tom Broaddus, Marksbury, Ky.. 2t- - 0 rd. il FOR SALE A few thorough-bred- " Brown Leghorn Cockerels. Price J1.25 each. Earl Farra, (2t-pd- ) Lancaster, Ky. FOR SALE A few Mammoth Bronze Goblers. Phone 37 Q. Bryantsville Exchange. 0 Mrs. W. H. Swope. LOST DOG Yellow Shepherd, with collar and brass mountings but no name. Last seen in Lancaster last Friday. Reward. A. D. Bradshaw. (11.37-20 PRICES RIGHT. 1 Sander's Variety Store. jj I i FOR SALE Two good cows, ono with eek old calf by side, other Just weaned calf. Wanted a second hand hay baler. U. M. Burgess (ll-21-tPaint Lick, Ky. To Laundry Customers. There will be no more gathering up or delivering laundry after December 1st., until further notice. Brim: all packages to Lyon's store. L. C. Gulley, Agt. BLACKLEGOIDS ra in Notice. All persons having claims against the estate of the late Mrs. Eliza T. Ramsey, will kindly present same properly proven and those knowing themselves Indebted to said estate are asked to settle at once. Burdett Ramsey, Executor, Paint Lick, Ky. McRobertsDrug Store The Central Record, Thursday, Dec 5. 1918 8. S. HEALTH SERVICE KEPT PLEDGE TO SEND BREAD ISSUES WARNING Increase In All Respiratory Diseases After the Influenza Epidemic Probable. btfluenu Expected to Lurk for Months. How to Guard Against PneumonU. ImCommon Colds Highly Catching portance of Suitable Clothing Could Save 100,030 Lives. Washington, D. C With the subsld-ew- e of the epidemic of Itiilnona the attention of health ofllcers Is directed to pneumonia, bronchitis nnd other aWnscs of the respiratory .teni Hitch regularly cause n large ntimlier f deaths, especially during the winter awn. According to Unpen lime, Surgeon (leneral of the United Slates Tuhllc Health Service, these discuses will be especially prevalent this win trr unless the people are particularly careful to obey health Instructions. "The present epidemic," said Surgeon (icneral Illue, "has taught by hit ter experience how readily a condition beginning apparently as a slight cold may go on to pneumonia and death, Although the worst Mt the epidemic Is orer, there vtlll continue to be n birgVj number of scattered cases, many of tliera mild nnd unrecognized, which trill he danger spots to he guarded galnsL" The Surgeon General likened Uip present situation to that after treat Are, sajlng, "So fire chief who (nderstands his business stops playing the hoe on the charred debris ns soon as the flames and risible tire have ills appeared. On the contrary, he contlnnes the water for hours and even days, for he knows that there Is dan I it of the fire rekindling from smol rtng embers." "Then )ou fear another outbreak of iitluenzal ho was asked. "Not neces sarily another large epidemic." said the Surgeon ficncral, "but unless the Ieople learn to realize the seriousness f the danger they will be compelled to ray a heavy death toll from pneutno- ala and other respiratory diseases. Colds Highly Catching. "It Is encouraging to observe that people are beginning to learn that or. dloary coughs and colds are highly catching and are spread from person lo person by means of droplets of germ laden mucus. Such droplets are sprayed Into the air when careless or Ignorant people cough or sneeze with out covering their mouth and nose. It Is also good to know that people have learned something about the value of fresh air. In summer, wliefl people are largely out of doors, the resplra tory diseases (coughs, colds, pneumo- 'ala, etc.) are Infrequent; In the fall, as people begin to remain Indoors, the respiratory diseases Increase; In the winter, when people are prone to stay to badly ventilated, overheated rooms, the respiratory diseases become very Common Robertson's DECEMBER SALE Women's and Misses Tailored Suits, - American Nation Maintained lied Loaf Jhrough at Home Table. AVERTED EUROPEAN Al- Self-Deni- al DESPAIR. With Military Demands Upon Ocean Shipping RtllsveJ, World Is Able to Return to Normal White Wheat Oread. Since the aihrtit of the luteal wheat crop tin- - mil)' llmltulhm iimii Atuerl' rim oiiHirn in '.urnM lias been I tut shortlist of shipping. Iletwccn Jul jr I nml October 10 we shipped tr,,lr),1i)l bushels. If this rate should continue, until Hip mil of the tlscalycnr we win' 1iiiii furnished tin .lll villi more I7,Mi .( Hum bushels of wheal ami Hour In tonus of wheat, The mult of Increased production nml conservation efforts In tin) I'nlted Suit's has been llnst with the ccaaa lliui of hostilities we are able to to a normal wheal dlei. Supplies that lime accumulated In Australia, Argentine ami oilier hitherto Inacces slide linirkrls may be tapped by ships released from transport service, ami Kuropeun demand for American lm probably will mil eiceed our normal surplus. There Is wheat rnoiuti avail-utilwhite lonf nt the rum lo hate moii table. Hut Inst year the tnle Mm different Only liy the greatest isIMe saving nml nnllli'e were we nhle.tn keep a steady stream of wheat ainl Hour muring across tile m, U'e fouml our eltes at the lieclnnliiB of 1h harvest year with an uniinmlly slioit rnip. Ihep the ino.t optimistic stalMlclan rl:iireil that we hxl a hare surpliK of LD.ikni.KM ui.h,.,. yet llurop wna fiirliu- - the prohnhfllty of a lirea I filmlni uml In i:iirnK hrea l la liy far the inot Imixirtant nrtlrle In the illrt All of thla Mirpln hail left tha muntrjr early In the fall. Ily the Unit of the yeiir we li.nl manaceil lo alilp a little more than .V),ii.i) liuheU by inrllcliic tha utmost economy at home- - hy whealleaa uhoutleas meals, heavy aulitllliitlou of other rereala nml hy sacrifice at almost etery meal throuchoiil the cnunlry. In January the late Uml Ithoml la, then llrltlsti KihhI Contmller, cntilix) Hint only If we lit nn ailillthmal TV mnl.iiiN) biKhelt before July I couhl lia lake the rcmlhlllty of asaurtnf bis people thut they wouhl be ftM. The reoiie (T the American people m v...i .( ) bubels safely Oellr. ere. oeraeas January 1 au1 July 1. Out of a ban est which (are ua only '.M,0Mi) buhcl sunlu w actually ah!ppel 1 ll,til.() bushels. Thus ilhl America fulllll her p1Hn that the AllleJ breail rations coulil bo malnlalnril, ami alrraily the American Ie.iple are demonstrating that, with an awakene! war conscience, last yrur'a figures will Im bettereil. Serge Dresses, Silk Dresses, . Coats, Shirt Waists, and Fine Furs. More ,han one hundred and fifty to selecr-from- , and each one entirely new and made by best tailors of New York and Cleve land. The materials are Strictly Pure Wool and styles the very latest and best. Prices will be very greatly reduced for this sale. Tfii1cr?H Wlit5 ,, a ifQ5PC Of Silks,ofSatins, suitable all wool occasions. Prices Jerseysbe invery great yooo variety styles Crepes, for all Serges and wool will Jow. three hundred new Shir.t hirfI Wnictc About at prices cheaper than theWaists, all this seasons best KYUOlo styles materials ila, Crsnio L5 JU Special low prices on more than one hundred new Coats. from $15.00 to $75.00. Prices range During this sale we offer our entire stock of Furs at a discount of twenty per cent, from our regular prices. We show a fine assortment of Black Lynx, Toupe and Black Foxes, Toupe and Black Wolf, Hudson Seal, Etc. Fitl FlITQ jreialent, Suitable Clothing Important "Still another factor In the production of colds, pneumonia and other respiratory diseases la carelessness or of the people regarding suit, able clothing during the seasons when the weather suddenly changes, sitting d warm rooms too heavily dressed or, what Is even more common, especially among women, dressing so lightly that windows are kept closed Id order lo be comfortably warm. This li a very Injurious practice. Could Save 100,000 Live. ' "I believe we could easily save one , bumlred thousand lives annually lu 'the United States If all the people would adopt the system of fresh air living followed, for example, In tuberculosis sanatoria. There Is nothing mysterious about It no specific mcdl-fluno vaccine. The Important thing Is right llvlug, good food and plenty of fresh nlr. Oroplet Infection Explained In Pictures. "The Ilureau of Public Health, Treasury Department, has Just Issued a striking poster drawn by Ilcrrymnii, Washington cartoonist. the The Mster exemplifies tha modern siethod of health education. A few jears ago, under similar circumstances, the heulth authorities would have Issued au ofllclal dry but scientifically accurate bulletin teaching the role of droplet Infection In the spread of respiratory diseases. The only ones who would have understood tlio bulletin would have been those who already knew till about the subject. The man lu tbestreet, the plain citizen and the aiany millions who toll for their living would have had no time and no desire to wade through the techulcal phraseology." CHRISTMAS GIFT LINES. The largest and most comprehensive line in Central Kentucky. Sterling Siivenvare in every conceivable piece from $1.00 to $200.00, Sheffield Plate in many sty-is- h pieces from $5.00 to $40.00 Alvin and 1847 Rogers Plated Silver. PARISIAN IVORY In Brushes, Mirrors, Combs and many other pieces at very lowest prices best quality MAHOGANY TRAYS Beginning at $2.00 and on up to $5.50. J EWELRY Wrist Watches at $10.00, $12.50, $15.00 and on up to $40.00. Cameo Brooches at $5.00, $6.00, $7.00, $8.00" and on up to $25.00. Gold Brooches $3.00 to $25.00. Gold Chains of all kinds. Cuff Links, Scarf Pins, Tie Clasps, Rings, LaVallierres, Dorines etc., from $2.00 on up. Complete line of Cape, Mocha and Kid in Browns, Greys, Black and White at $2.00, KID GLOVES $2.50 and $3.00. BATH ROBES Women's Bath "Robes from $3.75 to $7.00. Men's Bath Robes from $5.00to $7.00. McCALLUM Gotham Gold Stripes and Kayser finest pure Silk Stockings, in Black, White and colors, at $2.00, worth $2.50. Each pair in a Christmas box. AUTO RUGS Extra large size and very heavy, Pure Wool both ways, in beautiful colorings, at $12.00, $15.00 and $19.50. Motor Weave at $7.95. DOWNED FILLED Bed Comforts, satteen cover, size 72 by 81, at $11.50, and $13.50. WOOL FILLED Bed Comforts, in size 81 by 90 inches covered with finest Silkalene and filled with finest Lamb's Wool, at $10.50. Bed Comforts with silk coveted tops at $8.50. COTTON FILLED TOWELS Of absolutely pure linen and embroidered at $1.00 to $1.50. BATH TOWEL SETS Consisting of from three to seven pieces at 75c, $1.95, $2.50 and $3.50, all boxed ready for presentation. SILK UNDERWEAR Silk Cammisoles at 75c to $2.00. Kayser's finest Italian Silk Vests, Teddy Bears. Bloomers, and Union Suits aUall prices. SWEATERS Made of Pure Wool in many styles from $7.00 to $15.00. BED BLANKETS We offer special values in BedJJlankets in Woolknap nt $5.00 to $7.00 n pair, and. Wool Blankets in White and colors at $10.00 to $15.00 a pair. Hundreds of dozens of plain and fancy Handkercheifs in Silk Crepe nnd Linen HANDKERCHIEFS for Men, Women nnd children at every price from 15c to $1.00. SILVERWARE THESE ARE ONLY SUGGESTIONS CALLING ATTENTION TO THE MORE PROMINENT LINES OF MERCHANDISE SUITABLE FOR GIFTS, AND YOU WILL FIND MANY OTHERS IN OUR STOCK. awn T Our eiHirta slnco Is country enlere.1 th war hare JimiIU.hI a statement made by the Koixl Ail ministration shortly after lis con. ceptlon, nutllnlog Ilia principle ami pollclra that would govern the solution of this country's food problems. "The whole foundation of democracy," declared I ha food Administration, Mies In tho Individual lnltlntlve of Its peopl and their willingness to serve the Interests of the nation with complete self effacruieut In the time of emergency. Democracy can yield to discipline, and we inn suite till' food problem for our own people and for the Allies In this wuy. To have done to wilt have been a greater servlcu than our Inimedlutti objective, for Ae have demonstrated the rightful. IK'HH of uur faith and our ability to defend ourselves without being rrusilunltcd." Sending to Kuropj I ll,(V),m hush els of wheut from u surplus of apparently npthliig wus the outstanding of the American food army In the critical )rnr of the uur, QREATCST OPPORTUNITY WOMEN EVER HAD It was given to the women of this country fu perform the greatest scrv-le- a In the winning of Hie wur vojeb-safe- d to ony women In the history ot the wan of the world lo feed the wurrlon ami the wur sufferers. Ily the urls ot peace, the prnailce of simple, homely virtues the womanhood ot u whole uutlon served humanity In Its profoumlest ktruggle for peace and freedom. tJ USE Your." tl'l'H ft ' 'I FIRST CALL TO FOOD ARMY. This fyHICVlOUS AU trUAS TUB WAT coim wnvvtiA. rpiimoNiA, and A. B. Robertson & Bro. DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. that America will render more for tttg und freedom than king ridden people surrender at compulsion. Herbert Hoover, August 10. 11)17. A year ago voluntary food control waa a daring sdreuture lu democracy ; during the year au established proof of democratic vlfldeuc, I luk of all lu full conlldence and service Coplei of thli poster can be obtained fre ot charge by writing to the PobUc Health Barfeon Oenerel, U. Sarrlc, Waablogtoo, D. a a a The Central Record, Thursday, Dec 5, 1918 (FACTS YOU WANT TO KNOW ABOUT) Results of MAINE, MICHIGAN. State-Wid- e Prohibition OREGON, TENNESSEE, In ALABAMA, ARIZONA, COLORADO, GEORGIA, IDAHO, INDIANA, KANSAS, NORTH DAKOTA, OKLAHOMA, WEST VIRGINIA OHIO, THE PIVOTAL STATE, HAS VOTED DRY "Prohibition Facts and Figures" has just been compiled. It is.a book of facts containing many statements on Prohibition by some of the World's most noted authorities. Whether you are in favor of or against National Prohibition, you owe it to yourself to become acquainted with the real facts of this question-whi- ch is now engaging the attention of Legislative bodies throughout the Nation. LEGISLATURES were elected in 35 States November 5th, 1918. Action upon the Ratification of the National Prohibition Amendment to the Constitution will be taken in the early part of their sessions, which begin in 1919. Fourteen States have already ratified the amendment, and should 22 of the 35 State Legislatures just elected take similar action National Prohibition will become effective in 1920. No Complete, Accurate and Dependable Information-.Machine Co. S. S. KriKKe, President S. S. Co. Loyal American can doubt the Statements of the if olio wing: Lukcns Theodore Roosevelt. Vm II. Taft. Frank A. Vanderlip, Chairman National Wnr Savings Committee. Lloyd George of England. Sir Robert Rorden, Prime Minister of Canada. Simon Lake, Inventor of the Submarine. Cardinal Gibbons. Archbishop Ireland, fiishop JJrewster of Maine. Jo.ephus Daniels, Secretary, U. S. Navy. General John J. Pershing, U. S. A. Surgeon General United States Army. Major General Leonard Wood, U. S. A. Major General John F. O'Ryan, U. S. A. Colonel W. J. Nicholson, U. S. A. Governor Geo. W. P. Hunt, of Arizona. Governor Julius C. Gunter. of Colorado. Governor Arthur A. .Capper, of Kansas. Governor Ruffin G. Pleasant, of Louisiana. Governor Carl E. Milliken, of Maine. Governor T. W. Bickett, of North Carolina. Governor Ernest Lister, of Washington. And many other news items of unusual interest and timeliness. I.elnnd, President Lincoln Motor Car Co. Jos. Hoyer, President IJnrroushs Adding II. M. C. L. Houston, Vice President Steel Co. Co. II. K. McAuley, Secretary Altoonn Iron It. C. Lea, Secretary Robesonia Iron Co. H. 15. Smith, Secretary Mclnnes Steel Co. A. K. I.uwis, Director Safety and Labor, American Rolling Mill Co. S. Drown, Supervisor Carpenter Steel Co. W. I). Drennan, Assistant Manager Union Pacific Coal Co. W. D. Pierce, Superintendent Duffalo Dolt Co. E. P. Ross, Superintendent Colonial Iron Co. W. V. Johns, Curtis Mfc., Co. Krese Co. John Trix, President American Injector It. II. Webber, President J. L. HiidsonCo. G. II. Chisholm, President Atlas Steel Castinn Co. It. II. Davidson, President Dnvidson-Na- miick Fdy Co. Calvin Essex, President Essex Coal Co. G. I). Lobdell. President I.obdell Car Wheel Co. F. F. Heall, Vice President P;icknrd Mo- tor Car Co. Final Word-- It is the purpose of this book to aid those who, without prejudice, desire to ascertain the views of men who have studied the question of Prohibition from many angles. In making selections, the compiler of this work has chosen what to him bore the of sincerity, reason and logic. ear-mar- ORDER BLANK. 25 PUBLISHERS, Postoffice Drawer No. 304, Covington, Ky. Enclosed find twenty-fiv- e (25) cents, in currency or Postoificc Money Order, for which tend me a copy of "Prohibition Facts and Figures." PROHIBITION Name Address City . 25 C . Write N'ame and Address Plainly. - State iniYANTSVILLE Mesdamcs B. P and W. II. Snope rent Thursday m Danville with Mr. nnd Mrs. Alex Arnold.' Mr. Will Halcomb and family t( Richmond were guests of Mr. anil Mrs. II. II. llalfunib Friday. Dr B. A. Dawes has returned from rrrjvi!le where he lias bten holding a series of meeting. Mrs. U. E. King and daughters, and Mrs. (rin-tic.n- l Kathcrine nnd Kite-Hami daughter Mrs. Cecil Faxby of Louisville were with Mr. and Mrs. J. C Williams this week. Dr. and Mrs. 11. I). Montgomery of Paint Lick were with their parents, Mr. nnd Mrs, J. W. liryant Thursday. Rev. Conant and family were at d.nner with Mrs. Florence Ballard, N'oah Mnnee Jr., sold to Preston Bros, a tract of land for $)000. Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Doner of were with Mr. and Mrs. C. I. Becker. Thursday. C M. Dean sold to Cecil Beatty a mules for rair of BalUtdi Obrliak Flour in Barrels and aacka. Kiln dried Corn Mral, Corn Flour. Iludion, Hughes Ac Farnau. Miss Mary Lou Measle was a guest at dinner of the Misses Dawes" Sat urday evening. Several from here attended the foot-balgame nt Danville Thanks l giving. Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Kennedy spent Sunday at Lancaster with Mr. nnd Mrs. J. K. Dickerson. Mrs, R. I. Mr. Sam Hall bought of Mr. Bill Adams some corn fcr seven dollars per barrel. Messrs Robert and Clell Tanker- l!ey left Saturday fcr Hamilton Ohio , 10 do gone several weeks. CreniD Dairy Feed, will make your your cows give more milk. Hudson, Hughes It Farnau. Miss Laura Hall entertained quite a number of her friends Saturday Mr. D. W. Kidd of Chickasha Okla, has been visiting his ristcr, Mrs. S. II. Speake. Miss Eugenia Thompson and Mr. Clarence Xaylor motored to Lexington Thursday and were united in mnrriaro, the Rev. .E C. Ectort officiating. Both are well known in this community and have the best wishes of their many friends. T i-r- Influenza f grippe without ... Lome t I ci . . ... ..... . vjfirnlnrt dangerous in epidemics i.rjd trencherous if neglected. La grippe frequently affects the lungs and develops a persistent wearing cough, which neglected, is foreboding alike to old and young. Passlcrs. afternoon. Passions are likened lnt to floods Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Cook were the nnd Hrituns, the iLnllmr murmur, hut the deep nre dumb. Sir Walter guests of Mr. and Mrs. Luther and family Sunday. , Mis Brunette Hawley is visiting friends and relatives in Hamilton 0. Foley's Honey Can't Deny It. , Thursday i Keep Well net iMovt the polscns ol undigested loed to accumulate in your bowels, where liify ate cbsorbtd into your system. Indigestion, constipation, headache, bad blood, and numerous ether troubles are bound to follow. Keep your system clean, as thousands ol ethers do, by taking an occa?lcnal dose cl the old, reliable, ve Do cine. ' family liicr medi- Thedford's BEa&k-Oraug- ht ford's as a lamuy meaicine. My mother-in-lacould not take calomel as it seemed loo strong for her, so she used Ulack-Draucas a mild laxative and liver regulator . . . We use it in the family and believe it Is the best medicine for the liver nude." Try it. Insist ton Hie nenuine Thedford's. 25c a pack-ss- e. "12.75 "We have urcd Mrs. V. r. Pickle, cf Rising Pawn.Gn., writes: Thed- Mr and Mrs. W. K. Davis, Mr. and If This Had Happened Elsewhere In. Burton. Mr. and Mrs. C. M stead cf Lar.caiter, Ycu Might Dean and Misses Fanny Dowdcn nnd DojLi It. Mary Belle Halcomb were visitor at Lexington Saturday. Tile average man is a doubter. This Mr Clarence Xaylor and Miss Jean is iiot surprising tho public have Thompson were married in Lexingbeen humbugged so frequently they Upon their return are skeptical. ton Wednesday. Proof like the followa ercoptlon was given at the home of ing will stand investigation. It canthe grooms parents, Mr. and ilrf. A. not be disputed. K. .Nnylor. J. II. Dalton, farmer, Crab Orch Mrs. Mattie Ruble Scott' who was ard, St., Luncastcr, says: "A year t stricken with pnraljsis last Saturday or two ago I had trouble with my My back ached and was kidneys. at Oreendalc is slowly improving. sore nnd lame nnd my kidneys were The sale of Robert Rose on the 2(3 irregular In action. I bought Doan'n was largely attended. Stock and Kidney Pill at R. E. McRoberts everything else bringing good prices. Drug Store, and used them. The The Ilrynntsville Auxiliary of the backache left me nnd my kidney Red Cross served dinner, consisting were soon put in good order. I have of burgoo, meat sandwiches and cof- had no riturn of the trouble." fee realizing the sum of S8Q: Price COY, at all dealers. Don't simply ask for n kidney remedy get UNION. Kidney Pill. Doan the same that Mr. Dalton had, Foster-MilbuCo,, Miss Anna Ilnwley was called to Mfgrs., Buffalo, N. Y. the bedside of her mother who is very ill with flu. BOURNE. Mrs. Fannie Parsons and children Mr. S. II. Speake sold to Mr. Henry .Mrs. Jack Hulett last visited Mr. and Ruble a bunch of hogs at 16c per lb. Sunday, Mr. Clay Coulter of Rosomoyne, 0. Misses Tlielma and Hayle Hawley whooping is visiting his brother, Mr. W. R. continues very ill with cough. Coulter this week. Miss Ruth Montgomery who teachMr, Robert Parsons and family vis ited his parents, Mr, and Mrs. R. F. es at Urudshaw Mill returned to her home Sunday afternoon sutferlng Purrons recently. .Mr. Jim Roberts of White Lick with an attack of tonsilitis. Mrs. Jas. Hardwlck, Messrs Wm. spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Jack Roberts. Onstott and J. E. Crawford are sufMrs, Rosa Shaw and little daugh fering with Influenza. Lime in barrels, Brick, Sand, Salt. ter were the pleasant guests of Mrs. Hudson, Hughts A Farnau. Funnie Hawley Thursday. Isn't It Pcsslble That sue original ,ew lonrs resolution ir.ut have been made when Adam said he would turn over n new lint? In- ulacnpolls Star. No Appreciable Low. : In Xew Jersey n man recently frock-- 1 ed clgarettcK tin entire day without any! particular harm romltlng. The only I visible effect was the death of thol umiker. Huston Transcript. lira toothing the inflamed rasping surfaces, easing tightness of the chest, loosening the cough, helping to raise and discharge phlegm without exhausting effort. It is also good for tickling throat, hoarseness, bronchial coughs, night coughs and chronic cqughs of elderly people. ravins ta attack ef U t rirp. tt ttft me with irtrre rush, sod 1 tt'rd evcrtbltf. I left it Ihtaod Sot to ll.li, that It leck.d aa thoulh I rrvrrsrl well. 1 Irlcd I'olcVa Honey unci Tarand lp bctllca curd at 1 am anw w.ll and t.',..,0 .mv formal vtlftt." 1'. C. lrcvu, lUdford, Indiana. rori sale r.y STORMES DRUG STORE. After c E? Tar spreads warmth and comfort, hsfe o,.' I a would ' Tit" Really Creat Victory. It Is n conquest when we can lift I Dally Thought. ourselves above the annoyances of cirOur duty Is to be useful, not accord-- 1 cumstances mcr whiili we have no Ing to our UIres..iut actr.rding to our control: hut it Is n greater victory j wnen we can make tlicre circumstances powers. Il.nrl Frederic Amid. . ( our helpers', when we can appreciate, the good that Is la them. Lucy Lar- British Possessors. ccm. The smallest British imoeslon Is Gibraltar, with nn area of two Mjunro miles: the largest India, with an area i I of 1.S02.CU) square miles. ACHES AND PAINS Water Hyacinth Hat Value. The water hynclntli, which to rapidly fills up certain streams. Is found to have a high value as n fertilizer. On account of the Inrge umouiit of water the green plant contains the material It partially dried before shuk Ins and after beci ming well rotted It proves to have nbout the same composition as farmyard manure, except that It Is richer in potash. QUICKLY RELIEVED You'll find Sloan's Liniment softens tho eevcro rheumatic ache rut tt on freely. Don't ruh It la. lust let It ptxetrate naturally. What s tack "cricks" those ailments can't Ccht off the relieving qualities of Sloan's Liniment. Clean, convenient, cconomieaL Ask any dxOtgust for it. INmUHHHSHMMHNnHtieHHeHHNIHHNns Let Scott SALE-TU- RN Do If you are going to have a It. IT OVER TO SCOTT ! i x sense of soothing relief soon follow s! External aches, stillness, soreness? tramped muscles, trained sines s, NO SALE TO SMALL AND NONE FOR SCOTT. and get the benefit of his 15 years experience TO BIG A. T. SCOTT, Lancaster, Ky. Garrard County's Leading Auctioneer. IHIWMIMHMMMIIMMI r The Central Record, Thursday, Dec 5, 1918. THE JAS. LITTHELL SHE KEPT THEM ON THE JOB Relieve Your NR does it by improving digestion, assimilation Rheumatism For 25c. NR Today ct Thrr nr ttir -- vltit it g Hon hun.uii xlatcnce, tli f I ntlt th rttr.irllun f rwurutinitnt tr nn It ami tli elimination uf llm and elimination the logical way. Relief or No Pay rhftimntH pntjivi h a.IjwM ti rain iln In th .Tl.lnk of thlj. It exrriilm th im of INaturYi FUmed (NH Tab It to In Bty miny cite nlnr owtr f .iIU I, Tli t U nr ni' dir.: m ha uilnt Nit '1 'Ut fvrn Jav gt line rein. iny tnti tr nn s rr1 n lor uri-- rtafrt IMnt? A J i twt of Niturj (Ml TathUj. rn-- t Remrd t Ut tnnfy i!nli t en-ft 0 s. must htp oj. m'ii ir prompt relief o I I'f tjrj bentlt ir l'u&l nnh' nmt-lIt t Art for tlio t'!lf of rh. uriiar m It lm rc-ultt- 'j th lh rrovM itlf.'itlfjn. tkn nvy nt 1 lirt, ( m. t FARM AT. irir.t t tlr AUCTION ON THE PREMISES j Toot tllTMllv. nrnl BlmlH- no i Jiment Iron tv). a ul -th t In ( ru nrtrn mev j W ,d. , . ii- lid aki .j poop filming-- ' i, an. HM. rtf. l:i its nn nrtMitFiJ.-iii.'rif Ktj m itl r V.IU h poison the 1 !jr hwfri lt ty, ttm r of r f lx to dltvK out t t t!) d dor merit f m.inr il't, nh"jmitlm. !$ nnv tntfrfer r. e lt!. t!.e rM of of 'lnin (i n. f v jra to i be cxnwt, la ji 11 I'u. to ni r n'u. ine XU:X Utt la c r t tUn c .litlon rroportilt. for It. ti' It nn- - r a inMn irrori npct.t til lilniA t ft thruinatij jxiir. af for.,; aj f ill t.tirrifrir nrrU I i,n, ii wing Kirvi iiiiins. Irft nnrth1r.ff rrorriMM IrtWrf.T ih.-i- L an I Uh it rr MM or 1 tlir wr iir r Ik IV trr n itic rr . .. ri t jr j rri ct who! person lc th yt-m- , t.-- i.tri n h fr.l th t 111. Yoti'U a n you i t iken Mt TjM i ttl- t Tin fpcnii ii fit rr ni 1 Ntur I. r HtniitcJ rrt-r- in' ' u t i rull t ii I'm (Ni; 'nt.'ffl It nJ I . oni . JuJ by t r. rw it- R. E. Mc ROBERTS, Lancaster, Kentucky. MANSE. Rr Saturday, December AT 10:30 A.M. .Mif.i Willie Mat-- nml Wcstry Caliru lias the flu. Whrt Ilr.n, Coto.nul Fed - arc fomo brttrr. Mr. Henry Anderson .Mr. I lUllardl Put Oil M..I. V.l-vUean Meal, I'atmo Miied Feed, MUJIinf.. Rye. PROVED SPIRIT OF DEMOCRACY Voluntary Basis of Food Saving Showed Heart of America SAVE 16,000,000 BUSHELS LOST IN OF WHEAT THAT FORMERLY WAS THRESHING Farmer. Urged by Food Admlnlitra. 73 ACRES OF IMPROVED LAND RIGHT ON PIKE, 8 MILES FROM LANCASTER ON POOR RIDGE PIKE, R. F. D. No. 3. tlon, Provide Seven Extra Loavea of Bread for Every American. Iludlon, Hughei Sl Tarnau The Death Ancel visited the home of Mr. and Mrs. I.uthrr Itohcrts and nix took their little hahy k'irl. the had Mr. Otto Itoulini; has hern ill. only heen III n short time. Mr. White was the week end pucst Mr. Dan Mozier ilieil at his home of her parents, .Mr. and Mrs. A. T. here Saturday after an Illness of a Howling. few days of intlurnia and pneumonia. Mr. U'hiti nn.l Mr. A T He was laid to rest in the Manse inir ere the miests of Mr. and .Mrs. cemetery on Sunday Otto Howling Saturday evening. Keep Out the Dust Mrs. W V Anderson and children Hare window hade that will run pent Sunday with Mr ami Mrs. Ci. tip and down over jimr pantry shclree and n lot of ila-- 1 A. Hallard and Mrs Anderson. he aatet Kdwnnl Anderson l:n chicken- 30 Acres Best Tobacco Land IMPROVEMENTS Old fashion five room 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 MONEY MAKING proposition. Close to school, churches and stores, also R. R. Mail service. The war is over, the demand of the U. S. for food stuffs willbe even greater, labor will be more plentiful as "the boys are coming home" so be wise and buy you a PRODUCING farm and reap the benefit of fhe high prices that are sure to prevail. ' TERMS One-thir- d down January 1st, date of possession and balance in one, two and three years. For further information see D. A. Thomas Realty Agency. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. Ity adopting cleaner thnhlng methods and by literally combing harvest Ileitis to gather grain formerly wastTo the voluntary senlce and yacrl- - ed, nnd farmers of the flee of tlie American people mut he United States this year wived fully attrtbutej the continued health, 10.lKl,l) bushels of wheat, estimated -t strength and morale of the Allied as equivalent to about seven and the civil populace. luaves of bread for every person In Upou this spirit of mttIcp and aac- - the country. This result, accompanied rltlce v.111 depend Kurope's fate In th savings of barley, by corresponding luouthd to come. In the pust year we oats, rye and other grains. Is shown by have carried out an export program, reports from XI grain states to the U. the inaKtiltude of which la almost be- S. Food Administration. Other states, yond comprehension. Hut with the although nut prepared to furnish definew demands that hate come, with nite figures of conservation la the the liberation of nations freed from grain fields, report greatly reduced German oppression, our eiporta must harvest losses. be almost doubled. Instead of ll.SUO,- This rural food saving achievement, 000 tons, we must ship twenty million accomplished In scarcely six months' ona of food to Europe In the coming time, was In direct response to reyear as much as can tie pushed quests by the Food Administration, through our porta. which asked farmers and threshenuen If the Allies had not been fed by to reduce harvest losses from about America, It would have been Impos- 3U per cent. the estimated average sible for them to maintain their de- In normal times to the lowest possifense against Germany. ble minimum. Country grain threshMeeting this world need on a purely ing committees carried Into every voluntary basis, the American people grain growing community the official have conclusively proved that democrecommendations for accomplishing racy la a success ana that In time of the resulta desired. need It will rise to Its own defense. In numerous Instances driver of If there were no other accomplish- - racks with leaky bottoms were Kent ment to Ita credit the very fact thut It from the fields to repair their equiphas shown the strength of democracy ment and frequently had order thresh-lo- g has In Itself more than JustlHed the machine were stoped until the xlstence of the l'ood Administration cause of waste was removed. Hut In In the eyes of the world. prnMirtlon to the number of person than four months after the engaged In gathering the nation's grain United Stall's declared war the United crop, cases of compulsion were comFood Administrator expressed States paratively rare. The Food Administo meet America a tration freely attributes the succesa of la determination food pVoblciu ou a basis of voluntary the grain threshing campaign to paaction and reiterutrd his rontldence triotic service by farmers, thresher-- ' n ould prove men nnd their crews. Inrldeiitully that awakened democracy rreslstlhle. grain growers of the United States are Many thinking Americans," said many millions of dollars "In poket" Mr. Hoover, "ami the whole world as u result of the grain saved. have been wutchlng unxlously the last ur months In the fear that demo NO ONE SUFFERED HERE. cratic Amerlcu could not organize to Germany meet autocratic Germany. The marvel of our voluntary has been confident that It could not be now that we are "getting Contrary proof Is Immediately done. Is that no one ever actually t our door, ami our people huve al Buffered any ImnKhlp from It; that ready demonstrated their ability to we all ure better In healtu and spirit mobilize, organize, endure und prepare und better sullsllcd with ourselves beolunturlly and efficiently In muny di cause of our friendly rections and upon the mere word of Inspiration asldo from the remarkable Food control In America held the ussemhluKO of our Army and flounces." price of breadstuff steady, prevented The history of the hood Administra vicious speculation and extortion und tion bus clearly shown that the truV, preserved tranquillity ut home. of those who put their faith In democ racy has not bevli misplaced. In us other nation la there so willing a sense of voluntary as In America that was shown In the ubstlueuee from wheat. Beat True for Freedom. 31 ICZZZKZZ3C ii ir USED AUTOMOBILES. Now is the time to buy and save money. We guarantee every'car we sell. 1018 Bulck Roadster $1150.00 1915 Buick, five passenger 550.00 1916 Oakland, five passenger 625.00 1916 Overland, five passenger 600.00 Three 1917 Fords $400., $425., $4.50 SEE US AT ONCE. The Danville Buiok Go L. B. CONN. Proprietor rll Walnut Street. II II Danville, Kentucky. It li ii ii ir FROM THE CARRARD BANK & TRUST COMPANY. NOTICE. November fith, 1918 You are undoubtedly aware that ns an original subscriber to bonds of the Fourth Liberty Loun you are for the period of the War and for two jears thereafter accorded nn exemption from surtaxes, excess protits nnd War profits taxes on the Interest received after January 1, I31S on an amount of t and J -t per cent bonds of the Liberty Loans previously issued equal to one and one half times the amount of your orlginul subscription to the Fourth Loan, but not exceeding a totnl of $15,000 of principal of such previous issues provided you still hold a proportionate umount of Fourth Liberty Loan llonds (origin, ally subscribed for) at the date of your tax return. In other words; such umount of bonds of the Fourth Loan must he in order to carry the exemption ns to Income from uro-vluissues. This fact Is of great importance to tax payers and should not be overlooked. FEDERAL RESERVE BANK OF CLEVELAND, Fiscsl Agent of the United States, THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Capital $50,000. A. It. DENNY. l'rs!d.-n-t Surplus 430,000. DENNY. Cashier. be proud to be Find more wheat. It came; more xrk, It cume; save sugar. It was done. So Amerlcuns answered the challenge of Germuu starvation. flood will rules the new world as fear governed the old world. Through sharing food America helps make thu whole world kin. Food control made sufficiency from shortage, kept the rein ou food prices, gave thu nation's full afiengtli Starvation by (lermany challenged alt the world; food conservation In America answered th challenge. u ! A ANSWER THIS J. E. STOKMKS, Vice IWt S. J. It. Harris, J. L. Uill, Safety Stormei, S. C. Deposit WE SOLICIT Boxes YOUB For Rent. BUSINESS. G. U. Swinebroad. 'Ale It. Dennr, J. II. Posey. J. E. Dnny, J. L. GUI. Dr. W. M. Elliott. Director!. Saiver food 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 UNITEO WAR WORK CAMPAIGN at This space donated by Food conservation In America hai been the triumph of Individual dtvo-lln- a 1. tu the uatlvuat ciusu. f Citizens National Bank U LANCASTER, KY. LS The Central Record, Thursday, Dec 5, 1918. War Time Sweeteners LM 'm ADDITIONAL LIST Of Victory Girls and Boys Who Have Pledged To "Earn nnd Give" $5.00 to War Work Fund. Di.lrict No. Girls Hazel 15 Welsh & Wiseman's A A MERICA hna ocrcrnl exer-llrnwar Mmn mwnM. enors tlint will be used largely during the" t to replace n cup of sugar the liquid In the recipes should, be decreased One-thir- d of n cupful of sugar Is equivalent to of n etin nf hnnnv. nlmul nnn. cup of syrup and about one-hahalf cup of corn sugar. of a cup of sugar is equal to about one-hah cup of syrup or cup of corn sugar. One tablespoon of sugar Is equal to one tablespoon of honey, about f tablespoons of syrup and ono and one and d tablespoons of corn ajigar. Sugar may be saved by the use of raisins, dates, figs, dried pears and fruit pastes used on the breakfast cereals. Fruit marmalades, butters and Jellies should be used to take the place of the ordinary sweetening at a meal and not as accessories to it. Fruits may be preserved without sugar. It may be added when sugar Is more plentiful. Preserving demands this year a thin syrup Instead of a heavy syrup. If sugar in used one-haof the amount may be replaced by another sweetener. Drying is a means of preserving (without sugar) apples, cherries, strawberries and black caps. When ready to wc they may have added the needed sugar in the form of a syrup. When sugar is more plentiful fruit Juices may ba made Into Jellies or may be used as fruit juices with or without sugar, m beverages, fruit gelatins and frozen desserts. Fresh fruits supply tho place of sugar In the diet. They should be used freely. Desserts whero sugar Is pcarco may be made of gelatins, junket.', custards, puddings and cakes. one-fourtone-third lf One-fourtlf one-thir- d one-halone-thirlf m Ml 3I shortage In tho sugar supply. They are maple sugar, syrups, honey and molasses and may be used In preparing dos- crt nnd other dishes requiring sweetening. Mil. Su. Hlggint. White, Sallic May Grove, T.izzle Anderson, Margaret ,Andcrcon, Kllzn Ilurchctte, Millie r, i llurthette, Marie Arnold, Thelma. Slnrgarrt Holmes, Oladys Mc- Wlinrter, Mary Miller Woods, Kliia-bet- h Walker, Mary May Walker, lllnncho Howling. , Hoys Coleman Walker, Raymond 'McKniRht, Charles SlcKnlght, Walker Calico. Ruckcy School Dittricl Inec Ray ; Teacher Girl,. Mary I.rc Kurtz, Iva Motion, I.oui.-- o Hay, Inez Hay, Sallie Lou Tcater, Ethel Hay, Agnes Carter, Minnie Kast, I.ucilc Sanders, Hope Sanders. ' Hoys Hiram Carter, Harry Hay. Hum, Vi.l. Nannie Hclle Scott Gladys Hamilton, Christine Scott Stella llrown, Sadie Huble, l.orcna land Thelma Lane, Flossie V'ande 'poo!, Kiln Buckley, Mabel Mayes, May llotip, Charlrtta and Sunbeam Huhte, Anna I.ane, Kannic and Kliza beth Hurton, .Ionic Sloan. H, Chcnault Huble, Charl Iluekley. lien Jennings. Vlrcil Pint, Ma, on School Mis, Emma Wlke Girli Marie and Thelma Clark, Del Ma Mae Turner, Sallic Lou Naylor, Dallic Hamilton. Hoy -- K. T. Sutton, .Mason and Jack t'ollard, II. It. Swope, Herbert Dorton. Diilritl No. 28 Mill Bcttie Millt Virginia Sutton, Kannic Smith, Julia May Stevens, N'cllie Higfliy, I.ucilc Slnrgurite Holtzclaw, Thompon, N'ola So wile r, James Lincoln, Willi Naylor, Alvin Smith, John Holtzclaw Report of the Colored Worker, I the United War Work Campaign. The members of our organization ' reirret verv much that conditions Tire. j vented us from making n ucccsful jinnvn. The workers reported Mrs. W. It. Claik. U.l3; Mil ,1'ashia Gnrnctt, $5.00; Mrs. Ophel Faulkner, $11.0.1; Mfi Mattie fleas .ley. $l.85j Mrs. Ella Anderson, $7.84 '.Mri. Sophia Owens. $10.30; Mrs. Liz ,zic Hums, $1.00; Trof T. M. Burn side. $1.35; Prof. J. J. Green. $IC23, i J. J. Green, Ccunty Chairman of Colored Department. Dally Theuoht. In general, pride l nt tho bottom cf all grent mistakes. Ituskln. Christmas Stocks hearts, and what a Christmas it should be! Anticipating the early buying which the Government still requests us to do our store is now in complete holiday attire, ano we ready to help you make this the brightest, merriest Christmas in a long time. Great holiday stocks of useful and sensible gifts now at their very best, and with many "specials" throughout the store at prices so low as to make possible the economies that are still so important. Especially featured this week are ful are-splendidly "The war is over, and of have taken on an entirely new note of jubilance. We are all planning for it with happy, thank- Are Ready.Christmas thoughts - 118 High Grade Suits all-wo- $19.75, 25., $29.50 maThese suits at the above reduced prices made cf nil fine terial., such as Serges, Poplins and Gaberdines silk lined mostly Xaies and Blacks in all sizes from 1G up to 18. Your opportunity to make a big saving. 100 HIGH GRADE COATS $1975, $25.. $29.50, AND $39.50 We are especially featuring more than one hundred high grade stylish Coats at the above moderate prices in both plain nnd fur collared garments. All sizes included in the assortment from 1G to 4G. Plenty of Navy and DIack Coats in the lot. all-wo- Farm For Sale. m 12,0 million Allies 111 10 acres on Richmond pike at Hyattsville, Ky. Having sold 5 acre in 2 acre lots nt $1000 each, pro. viding I can sell the other five. These lota will be sold at the above named United States Food Administration price or will be sold with two room house and kitchen on them for sum of $1500 per lot. Lots nbovc men tioncd to be purchased by colored people, therefore the balance of acres will be sold to colored only i 2 ncrc lots nt the prices mention ed. Address SERGT. J. W. BEASLEY. Mtd, Pet. R A. C, O. T. S. Camp Zachary Taylor, Louisville, Ky, 1 STYLISH DRESSES. We are now showing some wonderful values in Dresses of Serge, Jersey, Tricolettes, Satins and Georgette. Serges at $9.75, SI 5, $19.50 to $35. Jerseys nt $19.50, $25, $29.50 to $39.50 Satins at $15, Cl.50. S25 to $39. Georgettes at ..$25, $35, $39.50 to $45. Mar-Ho.Middy Suits.$19.50 to $29.50 f BUY YOUR CHRISTMAS FURS NOW. We now have a most complete stock of Ladies' and Children's high grade Furs, and .are offering them at very low prices. Fox Scarfs at.$25, $39.50, $45 and $G5 Wolf Scarfs at $20, $25, $35 and $50 $25 to $45 Black Lynx Scarfs at Scarfs and Muffs $5, $10. and $15 CHRISTMAS Ladies' Kid Gloves $1.75, S2.50, $3. Children's Kid G!oves$1.50, $1.75, $2. Ladies' Silk Hose $1., $1.50, $2. Ladies' Linen Hdkfs I0c, 15c, 25c, 35c Ladies' Silk Hdkfs 25c, 35c, 50c .Men's Linen Hdkfs 25c, 35c to 75c. Boys Suits ages 3 to 8$3.50 to $10. Bovs Overcoats 3 to 8. $6.50 in S8.7S 'Girls' Serge Dresses $6.50 to $15.00 Ladies' House Dresses.$2.50, $3.50, $5. Army Blankets $5, $6.50 to $10.00. Silkolene Comforts.. $4.75, $6.50 to $12 Men's Bath Robes $6.50 to $8.75. Ladies' Bath Robes $5.90 to $8.50 SUGGESTIONS Men's Neckties at G5c, 75c, and $1.00 Men's Traveling Sets $3.50, $5. and $S Ladies Velvet Bags at $3.50 $5.75 to $15 Children's Union Suits $1, $1.25 & $1.50 $1.75, $2. to $3.50 Ladies Union Suits Ladies Silk Underwear, in Camkoles, Chemise, Gowns and Bloomers $1.50 to $10.00 Pyrolin Ivory Hair Brushes..$2.50 to $5 Pyrolin Ivory Mirrors $3.50 to $5. Ivory Baby Sets, etc $1.00 to $3.50 Traveling Bags and Cases $6,50 to $15 lies Com'fy Slippers ..$1.50 to $2.00 $5. to $50.00 Hues in all sizes at FARMERS ATTENTION WE CAN SUPPLY YOU WITH li WELSH & WISEMAN CO. DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. I'AINT LICK Wesley Calico ia ill with "flu". Miss Mollic CoMiron Is quite with flu. "flu" nnd was buried Wednesday Lolir Taint Lick cemetery at COAL We are In position to deliver you coal from Danville, with our" 3 ton truck. DANVILLE ICE AND COAL GOMPANY. Danville, - - Kentucky. I The Burnam Warehouse is being 5 ill I remodeled for a new garage in Taint It may take more than two years Sir. Henry Conn nf ltiolmiond (Lick. to demobilize our fighting forces, and Sir. J. M. Metcalf was In Taint will have charge and will move his until that time the government will family here toon. Lick Friday. need our money. Keep your W. S. S. pleJge and buy more W. S. S. Sir. Noble Led ford returned on a Don't forget that victory must be Ave days furlough from Camp Meade. paid for, and that our war expenses Candles From Human Fat. Sirs. Anno Moberley visited Mrs. Among soap anomalies may be mendid not cease when actual lighting Slaggle Adams at Kirksville the rait tioned human-fa- t toilet soup, known crated. Keep your War Savings eek. over continental Europe the past cenpledge and buy more W. S. S. tury or more and Indicated by some Sir. It. II. Ledford ami family were medicos ns a superior emollient. This the guests of .Mr. anil Sirs. Millard sounds callous, but the art of soap Beautiful Dream Faded. Ledford, Sunday. Helen wan told Hiu would have to making Is not particularly noted for Sir. und Sin. J. A. Itiddell and chil wait until Ikt Mrthduy fur u new doll. fine sentiment. The fat stork was obdren visited his mother at Kingston, Hlie tried to be patient, but a month tained from codmrrs of hospital and Saturday night and Sunday. termed a long time to wait. One morn' morgue derelicts and tried out like any The family of U. S. .Myers are all lug flip u wot o qulto early, sobbing other fur. . Candle for special purposes have also been mndc from hu own with flu, as are six members of Iiuuuy. Her mullicr asked what was wrong. "Me dreamed me bad a doll, man fat. Scientific American. . Mr. 0. II. Robinson's family. but Invoke up uud found my dream Sirs. Liziio Cutcs returned Sunday toned," cried Helen. The Allied forces mutt remain from the hospital nt Uerea where she under arms until peace terms have had been for several days with ftn atDon't stop buying War Savings been enforced and good order effecttack of the flu. Stamps until you have purchased all ed in Europe. Large sums of money old baby of Luther you can. Don't be a quitter buy will be needed by Uncle Sam. Lend The Wednesday morning of your quota. him your Savings Itoberts died buy W. S. S. Slake good your W. S. S. pledge buy your share. Don't be n quitter buy your quota. s The Central Record, Thursday, Dec 5, 1918 The Hub Pushion Bros. MAIL ORDER DEPARTMENT. Our Mail Order Department ll equipped lo f ! jrou quick and xe.ll.nt i.rvicc. You can order by m'' "? "t the ittma lilted in this circular, enclotlnf Pod Monejr Order or check and the merchandita will be tent jrou the ame dajr with the, privilege of you r.turninf anjfthlnf that ll not aallf aclorjr. If jrou can not coma in perton, take advantage of our Mall Order Department. THE HUD. PUSHIN BROS. DANVILLE, KY. Dantille, Kentucky. DECEMBER REDUCTION SALE tinues throughout the month of December. Our entire large stock of seasonable and Holiday merchandise is included in the reductions during this sale. 'This Money-Savin- g Sale offers unusual opportunities, coming as it does right in the heart of the Winter buying as well as the Holiday season. Begins Thursday, December 5th and con- In every department you will find desirable and practical articles suitable for Holiday gifts, as well as personal use, and everything at substantial reductions of and in a great many instances one-hatheir present worth. We urge you to take advantage of this sale if you wish to save money on your purchases. one-fourt- h, one-thir- d, lf Womens and Misses Ready Made Clothing Reduced. Women's Tailored Suits. Our stock consists of more than four hundred of this Fall's styles Women's and Misses' Suits, of pure Wool Serges, Poplins, Gaberdines, Broad Cloths, Velours, Silvertones, and Tricotine3, in all the fashionable shades, five bust measure. All Winter Coats Reduced. plain tailored and fur trimmed, sizes to fit small women as well as extra large figures up to fifty $25.00 Suits, reduced to 35.00 Suits, reduced to Up to $45.00 Suits, reduced to Our Finest. $49.50 and $59.50 Suits, reduced to $14.50. Every Coat in the house of all Wool Velours, Broadcloths, Duvdelnnes, Oxfords and Plushes, plain tailored and fur trimmed, in black and all leading shades of the season. Up to $22.50 Coats, reduced to $12.50 Up to $29.50, Splendid Coats, reduced to $17.50 $25.00 Former $39.50 Coats, reduced to Our Finest Coats that sold up to $05.00, reduced to $29.50, $35, and $39.50. I $19.50. $25.00. $29.50 and $35.00. Extra Special. One lot of about Fjfty Women's, Misses and Children's Good warm Wintor Coats, reduced to $9.75. VISIT TOYLAND Children's Coats Reduced. Our entire stock of Girls' Coats, sizes 2 to 14 C ON THIRD FLOOR. Women's Waists Reduced. More than 100 Women's all Silk striped and plain colored Silk Waists that sold at $3. reduced to $1.95. $4.00 Pure Silk Crepe do Chcne and Georgette Crepe Waists, reduced to $2.98. $5.00 Crepe de Chene and Georgette Waists, reduced to $3.75. Several hundred of our finest Crepe, Georgette anil Crepe de Chene Waists, hand embroidered and elab- and 8 to years, of all Wool Velours, Chevoits, Velvets and Plushes, reduced to $3.75, $5.00, $6.50, $7.50, $9.75 and $12.50. These Coats sold at from $G.50 to $19. Women's and Misses' Rain Coats reduced to half price. Separate Skirts reduced. Our entire stock of several hundred of this Fall's newest styles separate skirts, in Plaids, Stripes, Mixtures and Plain Black and Blues, reduced during this sale. one-third, Extra Special Values at $5.00, $6.50 and $8.50. also in extra size up Extra Special. Seventy-fiv- e We have these In regular sizes to 40 waist measure. 1G Girl's Serge Dresses, ages 6 to years, of all Wool Serges, beautifully made and trimmed, 95 Cents Special. coats. at $3.98, $5.00, $6.95 and $9.75. 15.00 These sold up to Special Petticoats, Values at $2.95, $3.98 and $4.75. $1.98 Taffeta Silk Flounce Petticoats All Silk Taffeta ' Twenty dozen good Satteen Petti- orately beaded, as well as tailored styles, light and dark shades for suit nnd Dressy wear, sold up to $12.50, reduced to $4.95., $6.50 and $8.50. MENS AND BOYS SUITS, OVERCOATS AND FURNISHING GOODS AND OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF SHOES REDUCED FOR THIS SALE. New Fall Dresses Reduced. Our entire stqck of Women's silk, and Serge, and Jersey Dresses reduced for this - iM.na.f v. sale. Twenty-fiv- e Women's and Misses Serge Dresses that sold nt $10.00, now $6.75 About forty all Wool French Serge Dresses that sold at $15. reduced to... $9.50 $1.4.75 $25.00 Fine Serge and Satin Dresses, reduced to Our Finest Pure Wool Serge, Tricotlne, and Satin Dresses, Tailored and Dressy-Styles- , reduced to $17.50, $19.50, and $25.00. These sold up to $39.50. Millinery, Trimmed and Pattern Hats. One table of Women's, Misses and Children's Tailored, Trimmed and Untrlmmed $1.00. Hats reduced to I One table of Women's ond Misses' Silk Velvet Hats that sold up to $4.50, reduced to $1.95 . $2.75 $5.00 Trimmed and Tailored Hats at $3.98 $7.60 Hats, reduced to $10.00 Pattern and Dress Hats, reduced to $5.00 $6.50 and $7.50. Our Finest Pattern and Dress Hats, reduced to