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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): December 12, 1918 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1918 cen1918121201_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 12, 1918 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1918 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE CENTRAL RECORD. TWENTY NINTH YEAR LANCASTER. KY.f THURSDAY AFTERNOON. DECEMBER 12. 1918. Breaks Leg. Waiting To Serve Fam ilies of Soldiers and Sailors. NUMBER 37. The youngest son of Mr. E. C. Cheatham felt from one of the tier When Johnny comes marching poles of his tobacco barn Tuesday home Susie will be waiting for him and broke his leg. The little fellow The Home Service section of the with her prettiest frock nnd her most Is doing well nlthough suffering quite Local Bed Cross of which J. A. Beaz winning smile and her best chocolate a little. ley Is chairman, Is prepared to give cake. help In the wny of a loan of money to, families of soldiers or sailors, in If the proposed international police The James Littrell farm of 73 case of need of such assistance, caus of n city fleet has the characteristics Is It not likely to be acres on Poor Kiilge pike was sold at ed by delay of ollotment from the police force, pretty constantly stranded on the auction, December 7th, by the Government. Thomas ICealty Agency, in three This is one purpose of the Red bar? tracts ranging in price from $70 to Cross and such families should not I It is to be hopeil that all the khaki $220 per acre. One buyer refusing hesitate to call upon their own for colored articles in the shops will be i nice profit for his purchase before the service they are waiting and will . .. .. I... uvai .nnswuus. uj sola ueiore leaving the premises. Ing to give. They want to serve you Christmas there may be nothing for The Thomas Ileal Estate Agency them to match. has fast developed into one of the M. leading realtors and those wishing to But? Kuropc Just now resembles one of Us. buy or sell will make no mistake in Aluminum lUcroit those dissected pictures so popular a consulting this agency. Mr. J. M. Metcalf, now of Lnncas forEcotiomt; sake few years ago. It can bo put togethter, will soon become a citizen of er again, but to do so will require an SPECIAL , the good town of Stanford. He has indefinite degree of study nnd care. For (his Week. Onlu. You can't keep a good man down tradcil property at Paint Lick to W. nccus. The German statesmen arc very long nnd such is. the case with S. Fish for his property, corner Logan Ing each other of lfcing partly res G. II. Swinebroad the, Heal Kstate avenue and Lancaster street, and will n?i SauceTimSct is not the ponsible for the war. It man, who was confined to his home move to it In n short time. Mr. Met pot has made scathfirst time that the for two weeks suffering with an at- calf nnd family will receive n warm ing remarks upon the color of the tack of "flu". He is out now and welcome to the "best town on the kettle. ottering the McGraw farm containing map". Interior Journal. I It Is to be hoped that uftcr dis ISO acres in Uoyle county for rale penslng with Kaiserism the dermans next Tuesday, December 17th, This Hut we ven sale was to have been sold two weeks will adopt n wler Ism. ture to doubt whether cither Socinl ago, but on account of his recent illHead President Wilson's trip abroad to des ness the sale was postponed. If it' Ileal Estate, Insurance rr ism or Bolshevism answers the his nd. attend the peace conference is n wise criptien. loans, see THOMAS. and appropriate undertaking. There In Vienna, jjst before the urmis are several reasons why he should be Flour in Sacks or barrel. tice was concluded, shoes sold at Hud. on, Hughe, and Farnau. In this issue of the Record appears at hand. from sixty dollars to ninety dollars In the first place, the German ad the opening of At the peace Utile Germany' part a pair. A Vienna father could quote the announcement of"liight Garage, on the vances for peace have been made to ti to wait until the Allies are satisfied. "lllessings on thee, barefoot boy". the Central Squaru" under the management of him and presented to the Allies thru with genuine fervor. Mr. Husscll Cru.nlin. Tnis firm ha his agency. Von Rott has not jet been named In the second place, at the confer Mr. Hugh Moblcy, of Manchester, leased the Arnold livery stable and m a delcgnte to the iwace conference has nccepted the position as book hne remodeled it throughout. The ence many questions will naturally Maal for Sala. Cotton keeper at the National Hank nnd as- locution of this garage is an ideal come up which will be subject to Hud. on, Hugh, and Farnau. sumed his duties but Monday. He one nnd Hud Tankersley will be till marked differences of opinion. The Allies, necessarily harmonious in Good to buy, good to hold, Kood to succeeds Mr. J. Lewis Gill, who re- head mechanic, whose vork at nil times can be relied upon and guaran- time of war, may disagree in regard War Saving signed several weeks ago. give for Christmas teed. Wc bespeak for the new firm to the terms of peace. President stamps. Wilson's authority and personality The citizens of Des Moines, Iowa, a prosperous business. . LT l n. ...Lt.t. are likely to be a strong factor in IIM II1II1K? MIIIVII arc obliged by the Hoard of Health iO ine 1' i VI iei composing any such differences. The we have undergone add now the beer-les- s to wear "flu" masks at all times except when within their own homes. fact that America has nothing to ask brewery. The total production of the The city must present the appearance for herself will strengthen his posi was so enormous that it was tion. W. C. T. U. Union will meet of a grand masquerade, The hardly credible. H. Kinnnird Saturday at It represented the with Mrs. J. In the third place; though America Mrs. William Hohenzollern, com- effort of amateur farmers backyard seeks neither indemnity nor annexa 2.30. All members are urged to ing io join her husband in Holland, agriculturists who never did any- tion of territory, she has a rumc. real and brought him a supply of wines. It is thing of the kind before and prob- grave interest in many of the ad Polls, hand- not stated whether they were French ably never will again. Be sure and see our justments to be made. Who can 0 Hut why shouldn't they? If wc handle these matters as well as Mr. kerchiefs, novelllcj, etc, nl! suitable wines, but they were evidently intended to relieve his spirits. capable of producing so gigantic Wilson? are for Christmas gifts. Wc applaud his decision to a surplus of foodstuffs, why don't we go. Mn Ke'.la Arnold Francis. One part of the young woman s go on producing it, or something Sales equally necessary? The Senate intends to be repre- deprivation has been relieved. sented at the peace conference. If of candy fur Christmas are no longer The same applies to all our war it can't receive appointments, it restricted to one pound parcels. Hut time efforts. With similiar stand Be what's the use? The young man to ards of production and achievement means to tag along anyhow. purchase the candy is not home yet. maintained everybody in the country TO ALL COUNTY FOOD ADMIN ISTRATORS. Fervent prayer Is said to avail. would have an automobile, a steam Never hit a man when he is against Pray fervently then that you may not Telegram received from Washingyacht and a summer home. receive for Christmas a pair of pur- a wall. You might miss the wall and ton this morning removes the four hit him more likely, you would miss ple socks or a yellow necktie. pound per person per month restricthim and hit the wall. Hut If you InRenew your magazines with me tend to get into the righteousness on Letters to friends here have re- ion on purchase of sugar for house Home the other side, why not prepare to cently been received from Dr. J. S. holders and removes the public eat now, especially the Ladies Gilbert, conveying the glad news that ing place restriction of the use of Journal, Country Gentleman and the hit the wall also. he is rapidly improving and hopes to only four pounds of sugar to ninety t ftfnnlnv Kviiitni. Pout. Mrs. Dolllo Ilrown. reach Lancaster by Christmas nt the meats. This removal returns sugar to the fatherest. Mr. Irvine Stapp is nursing a brokHave the homing pigeons been deDr. Gilbert was taken with influ- normal and usual course of trade nt mobilized yet? It will not be a dif- en arm, caused by the kicking of his enza a few weeks free moveafter reaching a timo that insures thepeople ment of sugar to our ficult matter, for they are prepared Ford car. The arm was broken near Camp Sheridan, which for the soon developto furnish their own transportation. the wrist nnd is quite painful. ed into pneumonia of the right lung Christmas holidays. It follows that in hotels, etc., Genand pleurisy of the left side, the latter leaving him with pus in the cavity eral Order No. 8 and 9 arc discontinsugar bowls may be returnof the lung which ruptured nnd caus- ued nnd Sugar cards and ed nt one time his critical condition. ed to the tnble. of rctnilcrs nre discontinued. Mrs. Gilbert nnd son, James Burnett, records Should sugar again become short are with him and have been since the by reason of the need of feeding early stages of his illness. Kuropc, the people will be called up All will be welcomed to their old again. Every Kentucky home nnd hope that the on for strict limitations one should remember, however, that time will be not for distant. the Hoarding Section of the Food Act remains In full force nnd effect. FRED M. SACKETT, The tobacco market opened nt Federal Food Administrator for Ky. Lexington last Tuesday, with jiriccs that were satisfactory to the grow pounds were ers. About 200,000 sold on the first day at a general floor average of $28.38, the highest Realty Com The Wnkcfield-Davi- s basket for the day bringing G3 cents pany of Shelbyville, whose advera pound. tisement appeared in our paper two The second day sale, or that of weeks ago held n very successful sale yesterday outraged $31.29, the high- of C43 acres for the W. L. Urown est basket bringing 05 cents. Only Heirs in Shelby County. two crops to our knowledge from Their ml nppears again in this isGarrard were sold, one being 1200 sue of another magnificient old blue-grapounds of Hughes Bros, that netted homestead consisting of l'.9 them 30 cents a pound andSi crop of acres of ns good land as there is in Linscy Clark, with 2300 pounds that Shelby county. It is said to be the averaged $37.50 net. It Is thought by only home in the County that has the warehouse-me- n that the market been offered for sale that has natural The happiest, merriest Christmas the world ever will continue good throughout the gas connections which is supplied by . scuson. knew is almost here. But in the rejoicings of a pipe line which runs through the one note of seriouspeace and freedom tHere is place. If you wont n place where 1,000 you can live at home go look this one ness, that America must not forget there is over. distress and sickness in war-tor- n misery and The Company holding this sale arc Louisville, Ky. Dec. lltli. (by wire) work of the Europe. Relief must be given. The well known all over the State, having Well Number 3, Butcher lease, in had sales In a great many of the Red Cross MUST go on. And to carry on, the heart of Big Sinking district, which Counties in Central Ky., and it is althe support of your memwas estimated at only 400 barrels, Red Cross MU3T have ways known that whenever they put flows 1,000 barrels In twenty-fou- r anything to sell, they sell it without bership. hours, actual measurements. reserve or by-bi- d and regardless of flowing when Butcher, Number 4, price. only five feet In sand. This well Sand, flowed 10 feet over top of casing and Kanawha Cemant, Brick, -is good for 7S0 barrels. Salt. Hudson, Hugtits and Farnau. Cranio Dairy Feed will make your cow glva mora milk. Hud. on, Hughes and Farnau. Farm Sells Well. Efficiency Purpose of FfteUtcnsits. Answers the Sauce PanSct fhlsLifetimc J. Metcalf To Leave Liberty Swinebroad Sells 'Em. Aluminum, CONN BROS XMAS i 9 si President Wilson and the Peace Conference, k New Garage. GRAND - OPENING OF - Or! a1 5d HOLIDAY GOODS 1 1 S3. Why Quit? Friday and Saturday, 1 December 13th and 14th The time for giving to our own ple and friends. peo- I 01 I Hi Sugar Bowls May Used. for your selection of the largest assortment of HOLIDAY GOODS, both useful and ornamental. We have provided the opportunity in Dr. Gilbert .Improving. Toys Large assortment of toys, dolls, wagons, sleds, bicycles, guns and skates, American Made. Arm Broken. Cut Glass The largest assortment of Cut Glass shown in Central Kentucky. Silver Ware. ware that is guaranteed to wear 50 years Let us show you our line of Silver- Tobacco Market. Shelby County Land Sales. h New bine of Watches, Clocks, Rings, La Valliers and Neck Chains, Cuff Buttons, Pins and Brooches. Everything in Glass, Wood or Brass, Iron or Steel, Gold or Silver. Everything to baby for everybody from Grand-p- a Jane. Come in and look them over. Remember the opening FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, DEC. 13th and 14th. i a Make this a Red Cross Christm Barrel Flowing Well. HASELDEN Lancaster, - DROS Kentucky torn the Red Cross t) ellywneedisaheartdndadoiltir Headquarters for Christmas Goods. The Central Record, Thursday, Dec 12. 1918 New Garage. "RIGHT ON THE SQUARE". WE HAVE RECENTLY LEASED THE "ARNOLD STABLES" ANDRE-MODELESAME. NOW PREPARED TO TAKE CARE OF YOUR CAR THAT MAY NEED ANY REPAIR WORK. RELIABLE TRIAL. MECHANICIANS AND ALL D OLD AGE STARTS WITH YOUR KIDNEYS working onler nl.l ace can be ileferretl nnd life prolowrotl far beyon.l that n Jojva by the at peisun. Pop nven :W yer OOM MIllMl lur-Haarlem Ofl h rrlieMm ttio ! fnlirifPfi ami it.a.btlltr tin t nl.l atii ,nr ) in re. It is n 1 ttii ul nrt-i- a no Intro- t n rtnif(' ilii.'ti , ilOM MI OAU Haarlrm (Hi la Inrloeet In mlorlrxa, t.,trli rap-ut- a crntj)ninc t tout drop ta li. Take a plil, with a atuall them aa ou Fclenf mm thit oM nee lRlr. wllh wrikeniil khlrrja and dltiMtlve orsna, TMi beluc trip. It la e.ter t lell that I v keeping tic kMney and ill irtetlvs ofKflit" rtetuiei n, n t' roper wallow of water. Th oil ntlmuUter tho th kidney action ami enall organ to throw off the polnttawhleh ft and rftuite premature oll rk. New RtrrtiRth lncre4Je aa ou continue th iritttment, When completely restore! continue taking it rtipaulfl or two each H)U litlhAL, Haarlem Oil Cap lav. u(ra Hill keep you In health and vigor nn.l prevent a return of the illaeaae 1 not wilt until oM ana or 1laae h.iv eettIM ilnwn for armxl, lo to your OriJitrlNt anl pet a imc of (Ji)M) Mi:tAI, Haarlem Oil C,pmlet. Money r funded If they do not help ou. Thre Hut remember to aMc for th e.ie-nrltcinnl in fcrul HOLD MKIMI bianJ. In ie.iled kncei. , WORK GUARANTEED. 'we can store your car at reasonable rates, give us a PHONE 69. Let Scott Riir you SALE-TU- RN Do It. aregolng to have a IT OVER TO SCOTT THE LANCASTER, MANSE. CENTRAL GARAGE KENTUCKY. and get the benefit of his 15 years experience NO 'SALE TO SMALL AND NONE TO BIG FOR SCOTT. week for Indiana, where they will GUY. Mr. Rufas Adams of Camp Shelby, is at home on a furlough. Mr. Alex Killion and family moved last week to the Foley farm. Miss Fannie Mcrida was the guest of Misses Mollie and Ethel Barnes. Misses Mary and Bess Turner were guests last Thursday of Miss Lizzie Jlr. Jack Burchett folks have flu. Mrs. V. P. Anderson has been ill. Mr. Hugh Conn was In Lancaster Monday. Mr. Henry Anderson Is able to be out again. Mrs. Dan Mosier is making her home with her mother. Cotton Seed Meal for (ale. Hudion, Hughe, and Farnau. Mr. Henry Anderson and family spent Sunday with Jlr. and Mrs. John Mrs. Frank Turner and daughter, Rosa, were visitors last Thursday of Mrs. Milton Ward. A. T. SCOTT, AMERICANS FIGHT Garrard Lancaster.'Ky. County's Leading Auctioneer. Jlr. and Jlrs. JIarcus White were GERMS IN ITALY guests Sunday of her parents, Jlr. and Jlrs. John Broaddus. Mrs. James Coins and little daughTuberculosis Experts Sent by ter, Lula, were guests ofher brother, Red Cross Will Use LatMr. Alex Killion and family. est Methods. Jlrs. Bettic Adams nnd son, Frank, of Crab Orchard spent last week with Included In the unit of medical and Jlr. anil Jlrs. Frank Foley and Jlrs. C. C. Hounshcll. THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Foley. Pennington. Mr. and Mrs. John Black spent Mr. Olvin Peyton and family have Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Boyd moved to this place. Mr. Peyton will Turner. run a black-smit- h shop. Misses Lizzie Foley and Allic Doo- Mr. Maurice Bowling is in lin spent Sunday with Miss Mary Ann visiting his sisters, Mrs. Turner. Whites and Mrs. Little. Mrs. V. M. Barnes and son, Tom, Mrs. V. P. Anderson was called to spent last Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Berea Monday, by the illness of her M. B. Turner. sen and his wife, who have the flu. Misses Allic Doolin and Mary Ann Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Dozier and Mr. Timer spent Saturday night with and Mrs. Jesse Dozier left the past Miss Lizzie Foley. SALE OF Stock and Implements. Having decided to move to Lincoln county, I will at my home four miles South of Kirksville on Kirksville pike, and one mile South East of COMMISSIONER'S Nina, at the C. S. Ballew farm, near Hackley, on SALE OF LAND. on lay workers which tho American lied Cross has sent to Italy ure a number of the leading work, CONTEST FOR THE JUNIORS. rrs of the country, siwnsored by the A special feature during the lied National Tuberculosis Association. Cross Christmas Holt Call will be Ir. William Charles White, ho heads Men the unit. Is medical director Junior Red Cross Kour-lllnut- e of the Contest on "Why You Should Join the Tuberculosis league of Pittsburgh, Ited Cross." The contest will be sim- and Dr. Ilobert II. ltlshop, the assistilar to those previously conducted by ant director. Is secretary of the the Division of Four Minute Men of Leaguo of Cleveland as the Committee on Public Information. well as health commissioner of that It will be held on Friday, December city. Dr. John II. Loumnn of Clee-I- n 20th, In all of the School Auxiliaries, ml, a former president of the and friends and parents of the pupils Association, Is another proml-mtrill be urged to attend. member of the unit. Others are Dr. Hubert 1. I'ntterson, secretary of the Ohio Tuberculosis Association; Seymour II. Stone, until recently of the Massachusetts league; Dr. Certrude Stur-gsecretary of the New York City Association of Tuberculosis Cllnlo, and N. A. Nelson, suerlnlendcnt of the League. Cincinnati Tbec men and women, at the request of the Italian gowrnment, will cooperate wllh that country In applying thu latest approved American lmlhod fur cnmbatlng tho spread of Some of them will be tuberculosis. charged ulth tho establishment of clinics where people of all ages may I io examined and treated; others will devote their attention particularly to preventing tuberculosis among children, and n third group will develop health publicity and education. It Is to the credit of the campaign In America that It has produced specialists of such International standing that Itnly wishes to call them Into her seirlco temporarily. Hut the campaign will be continued unremittingly here at home. Its support during the ensuing year will be derived not as heretofore from the sale of Red Cross Christmas Seals, but by a speclnl appropriation mado by the Ited Cross to the National Tulorculo-I- s Association. Tuberculosis workers on their tide will line up ulth the Ited Cross In Its Christmas ltd I Cull for universal membership. Copflal $50,000. Surplus $30,000. DENNY, Cnhler. A. It. DENNY. 1'rr.ldenl' J. E. STOHME5. Vice I'rrs S. t J. II. Harris, J. I. GlU, Safety Deposit WE SOLICIT Boxes YOUR For Rent. BUSINESS. (J. It. Swir.ebrcsd. JAlex It. Drnnr. J, II. Posey, J. E. Stormes, S. C. Denny. J. L. GUI. Dr. W. II. Elliott. Directors. W. 0. Office Phune 18. RIGNEY Resilience I'hone 33. ' Funeral Director and Embalmer. Lancaster, Kentucky. D n 111 li I I As I have to move the first of the year, will Friday, Dec 20th, 1918 at ten o'clock A. M., offer for sale the following described property One big team of horses, weight about 1250 pounds, eight years old, number one good workers, sound and know.n as the Walter Grow team; I bay mare 12 years old, good saddle and driving horse; 1 weanling colt; II head of shoats, weight about 100 pounds each; 1 three and a quarter inch wagon with tobacco frame attached; 1 cutting harrow; 1 Oliver to-w- it Chill plow, No. 20; 1 Syracuse Hillside plow; 2 Maultees double shovel plows; 1 single shovel plow; 2 drag harrows; 1 Campbell corn drill; 1 fifteen model Ford touring Car; 1 buggy; 1 light spring wagon; and other articles too numerous to mention. About 30 barrels of corn in crib. Some house hold furniture. TERMS MADE KNOWN ON DAY OF SALE. GARRARD CIKCUIT COUItT. I'llts. George It. Adkinson, et nl, VS. Defts. Thos. Adkinson, et al, Pursuant to n judgment rendered nt the November Term, 1D1H, the undersigned Commissioner will sell at public auction beforo the Court House Door In Lancaster, Ky., at II o'clock A. JI. on .MONDAY, DECEMBER, 23rd, 1018, It being the first day of tho Garrard County Court Term the real estate mentioned in the pleadings and described as follows; In Garrard County, Ky., on Lick Log Branch, and Is bounded on the North by the lands of K. I'. Jones', on the East by the land of James Lay-ton- 's heirs, on the South by the land of Layton heirs, on tho West by the land of Theo Cotton, and supposed to Wednesday, Dec 18tli, '18 at lOo'clock, at my place at Teatersville, in the contain 1C N. L. PREWITT, Auctioneer. F. P. Frewitt The purpose of said sale Is to divide the proceeds among the joint owners thereof after payment of costs herein. TERMS: The sale will be made on a credit of tlx months and the purchaser will be required to execute bond for the purchase price with approved security, said bond bearing six per cent Interest from date until paid, having the force and effect of a judgment upon which execution may issue, nay-abto V. II. Drown, .Master Commissioner of the Garrard Circuit Court, and a lien will be reserved upon the property sold, until the purchase money Is paid. W. II. DROWN, M. C. G. C. C. II. C. Kaulfmun, Attorney. acres. big brick house, known as the Bogie Place, sell the following: One horse, 6 years old; one heifer calf, five months old; 16 shoats, weight about GO pounds; One Tiger tobacco settergood as new; one new Deparcher cultivator; one corn drill; one-- 1 horse drill; one Oliver Chill turning plow; one Buck- board and harness; 25 barrels of corn; Some bal ed hay; 2 dozen Rhode Island Red hens and some roosters. Also some house-hol- d goods and sev eral other things. TERMS MADE KNOWN ON DAY OF SALE. D. Fothergill. The Central Record..Thursday, Dec 12, 1918. 3 K. soon, nnd with much love, I nm your loving son, I KHAKI COLUMN I J The letter below lias been received by Mr. nnil Mrs. James Dollins of It. R. 1, from their son, Corpornl Jesse Dollins, who Is doing "his bit" in France, nnd will be rend with much interest. "On active Service with the A. K. F." Dear Mother: I thought I would now take the time to write you nil n few lines to let you know that I nm as well as enn be nt the prevent and liking over here Just line. So far the weather Is very warm here. I guess it Is getting pretty cold nt home now. Well mother I illdnt .get n bit sick on the way over, but some of the boys sure did get some sick. Well how Is every body? Tell nil of my friends hello for me. I guess you got my card nil right and I suppose you nil were surprised about us being over here so soon, but In I sure nm now "Somewhere France" and ready to get those Huns any time. I saw Leonard Hammons this morning nnd he is getting along just fine. 1 haven't seen any of the other boys that came over before I did. I sure would like to run across some of them about now. Well mnma, I am not nllowcd to write much news so all that u man can tell is thnt he is will, and I don't want you to worry nbout me nnd I hope that this will find you nil welt nt home. So 1 will clojc, maybe I can write more next time. So answer soon and tell me all of the news. Lots of love for Mother, Father, Sisters nnil , Ilrother. My nddrcss is Cpl. Jesse Dollins, 149 Infantry, U. S. Army, Co. K American Kx. Forces. Somewhere In France. Dearest Mother, Father and all: s I will sit down anil write you n ns I have not heard from you since I have been over here. I sup-por- e it wns because you did not know 1 like tills country line my address. nnd also the people. We get plenty to eat and n good place to sleep nnd what more would n soldier want? 1 sun did see some sights comin: over here. It is quite different here than in the good old U. S, A. 1 received n long letter from I. em the other day that he had written mo while In Camp Mills, N. Y, I certainly was pleased to hear from him. Mother I certatnly did have n nice trip across the "pond". Had nice weather nil the way, and Mathews The following letter from Private Owen Looker, n Garrard County lioy who In In France doing Ills tit, km written to his wife, Mr. Lizzie Lock cr, nnil will to read with Interest by his mnny friends nnd relatives In the county. "MurhltiP Cun Co.. 149 Infnntrv. Expeditionary Forces." American Dearest Wife! I will take the greatest of pleasure in writing you n few lines to let you I nm well know I arrived safely, and seeing n good time. This is n pretty place. I like it line, hut you know I had rather he nt home with you. Tell nil the home folks hello for me. ! think we will all soon he hack home. Will cloe for this time hoping to get nn early reply from you, As ever your loving husband, Private Owen Locker. , "Somewhere In France." Nov. 3rd, Mrs. Homer Humphrey: Dear wife: 1 will take much pleas, ure in answering your most kind nnd welcome letter I received a few "days ago, wns so glad to hear from you and to know you were well, I nm well nnd feeling fine. You wanted to know why I had not written, I send you a letter every week, but probably they have gotten lost, i can't write much more than to tell 1 have you how 1 am getting nlong. written several letters since I reachonly gotten one. ed hero but ha You wanted to know wha about rending me n ring Xmas, it will be all right If you want to risk it. I sent a lied Cross slip some time ago so you could send me something if you wanted to. Well this is about all I have to write this time, so I will close, hoping to hear from you soon. With my best of love, I am ever your Loving Huiband. Private Homer Humphrey, Co. II., 22nd Engineers, via New York, American Ex. Forces. TOBACCO - - - TO THE - - - the ship did not rock very much. Say I lutven't heard from Itufn since I I suppose he have been over here. I trust he has is still is in Louisiana. gotten well by this time. Lee nnd Mobley are still with me. Tell nunt Liza nnd nunt Lennlc'to write me. How nrc Norn and Dollie? Tell them hello for me. Well I suppose this will he nil I can write just now. Will write ngnln soon. Trusting these few lines will find all the home folks in good health as it leaves me that wny. I'leasc do not forget to tell me all the news nbout the boys. I will close for this time. Answer real soon. Lots of love to .Mother and the rest. Your loving son, I'vt. Will Adams, (5. Co., lfiG Infantry, M. Following Is n letter received by American 1'. O. 101, Mrs. S. E. Ilammack from Lieut. H. American Expeditionary Forces. E, Murphy, who will be rememberw ed in this county by many friends as Thu letter below has been received the son of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Murfrom Private Ash Kiltion, who is phy, who for many years resided In Mr. Murphy Sr., came "Somewhere In France", doing his this county. bit, by his sister, Miss Lena Klllion, to this county from Cork Ireland He is n son of Mr. A. L. Killion, nnd when n young man. He made n numis well known In the county where he ber of trips ncross the Atlantic, nnd liveJ in Virginia Jntll after the Civil has many friends. war, fought under Robert E. Lee, "My Dear Sister: 1 will write you a few lines this and then came to Currant county nnd beautiful Sunday morning in Sunny wns married to Mrs. Lydia I am in my little Dunn, und lived in Garrard dug France. when out, listening to the drizzling ruin county until nbout G jears-ngand watching the rest of the boys they moved to Lexington where Mr. I nm feeling fine Murphy died, plow- thru .the mud. and enjoying life, nnd hope all nt "At the Front in France." Nov. 2nd. home are well. Sister, I sure wish Dear Mrs. Hammack: Am writing you n few lines from you could see this country and watch them work on farms. They hitch a the front here in France. I have horse and cow to their plow, nad the been in most of the American fightold lady leads the cow- - nnd the little ing here on the Front. Have had boy the horse, while the men plow. some very narrow- - escapes when flyThe time do nbout as much work in ing and fighting with the Germans five days as we do in one, but there in the air. I had my machine put nre not mnny good crops in the places out of commission one day recently I have been in. About all you see is about ten mites behind the enemy lines nnd just managed to glide back foldiers. Gums jou will be surprised to to our side of the lines nnd landed. I have lost some of my best friends know I was at the Front once and it sure went line with me. I heard a over here. It makes you feel blue at fchot times to see your comrades down, but we have given the Huns all I have killed nil I care they want. for and nm willing to come back to the good old U. S. A. I had quite nn experience to hapI found my half pen to me today. brother over here whom I had not seen since November 1898, Nearly 20 years ngo, when he visited us in the Flat woods. He has been here on the Front nnd I have been Hying over him but did not know- - it. The Germans arc on the run and we will soon be home. With best re gards ot you, Yours Truly, Lieut. Robert E. Lee Murphy, 20 U. S. Aero, Squadron, A. E. F. The following interesting letter has been received by Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Herron, from their son, J, Ster ling Herron, who is seeing service in France, with the Marines, and will be read eagerly by his numerous friends here. "At the Hospital." Dearest Mother: You have undoubtedly received the cablegram which the I!ed Cross lady promised to send you for me. I nm doing well and still in the very Don't nllow your best of spirits. imagination to run wild nnd to think of me as being badly shot up, for I It am not, only slightly wounded. of Nov. nnppcncd on the morning 1st, while "going over the top", I had advanced almost n half mile into the German lines when wc encounter ed machine gun resistance nnd we were advancing to take them when I received my wound. A Red Cross man was right by me when it happened, nnd he dressed me. up quickly then some German prisoners, who were coming In fast, carried me over to the Field Hospital. Mother, I am going to be a little more frank with you than usual in what I have been doing over here. First I think you should feel proud to know that I have been up against the "Heinles" on many occasions, nnd to have did my bit each time, then be so lucky as to draw- - a slight wound. You "of course" remember what I told you while at home about my returning from the service. Well Its true, for victory will be ours in less than a month. I have lots, to tell you when I return as I have seen lots and know quite a great deal about the war game, from actual experience. My division lias been cited on four occasions for its besting the Heinles. For it was my outfit which received credit from the French government for stopping the Germans at Chateau Thierry in June, thus saving Paris. This was one of the hardest fights staged during the whole war known us the 2nd Ilattle of the Marne. However, the French called it the Cattle for Purls", adding of course a compliment to us. Will give you more news In a few day. as I am anxious for this note to get mall.d. Assure my friends that I will be 0. high explosive few of those shells playing n grave yard waltz ni they went buzzing by me. An evening or so after I landeJ In France, we were tnken to n little town so you knew I wns expecting n big time as I always nm, as we didn't Hut have much to do that evening. I had just got there nnd of course had my eye on one of these beautiful little French girls when the Ilird that calls himself the liilletin olTicer grabbed me and took me in n barn, nnd as T was feeling blue and it getting toward bedtime, I usked him where I was to sleep, nnd he said "just nny where In there". Well I went to sleep nnd about I n. m. nn old cow comes in nnd licked me right In the face. I guess she hail been to n party she was moaning on the door nt this place. This barn bad 30 men nnd 15 horses in it. Well I will close, hoping to henr from you soon. As ever. Ash Klllion. "J". The following letter was received by Mrs. Patsy Simpson from her son, Jesse A. SImrson, nnd will be very interesting to mnny of his friends and relatives in the county. "League Island, aboard the Penn- Stop Indigestion With Vin Hepatica. You don't have to suffer from a sour stomach, or a heaviness in your chest or stomach after every meal you cat. , Stop it with That's indigestion. Vin Hepatica before more serious complications arise. Come in nnd get a bottle and take plenty of it. It goes right to the scat of the trouble at once. It is nature's own prescription for the relief of indigestion and other disorders of the stomach, kidneys, liver nnd bowels. R. E. McROBERTS, Dru(g!t, Lancaster, Ky. sylvania". Dear Mother:--- I take the pleasure of writing you n few lines to let you know I nm well and happy and hope It finds nil the some. Well I got my order to be ready to sail In 3G hour, nnd it was sure good news to me as 1 am anxious to make the trip, as I like this one much better than when I started to Siberia, as I got a letter from one of my friends and he said it was the Jumping off place of the world. You have heard talk of "Hog Island", I was there yesterday, and it sure has the right name, ns they are sure hog- ish the way they are making ships, Mother, where is Bailey? Two of my last letters were returned from him. I suppose he has crossed the "fnom". I am sure you are glad to think you have u son of 17 years of age in service for the world freedom and I sure think it a great honor for nny boy to take a gun upon his shoulders nnd march beside his brother, Well Bryan Gastlneau and I are still together, ns he is going over but don't know-- what Naval Base he is to go in. Hope we can stay together. Well it looks as if I am going to be gone for quite a while from the looks of the clothes I had to get yesterday. Will tell you a few things I have: 2 blankets, 3 pairs of shoes, 1 pair of gum boots, 4 blue serge suits, S white ones, 2 watch caps, 4 white hats, 1 blue hat, 12 pair of yarn socks, 4 suits of heavy underwear, 2 neckerchiefs, 1 dozen handkerchiefs, 2 pairs of yarn gloves, 2 sweaters, and 1 hammock, but am going to try und give it away and sleep on the deck. I sometimes think the ship has hit mine ns the falls don't suit me, but I suppose I will get used to them. I nm just nbout to forget to to tell you about my soap store, 8 bars of salt soap and two good scrub brushes, and I nm the sailor that can use them as It would not do to give them away, as the skipper would soon tell you that the suit needs a drjnk, that sure takes all the joy out of life. Give my best love to all and good luck to all, I am sure coming back to the "Land of the Free nnd the Home of the Brave. Will write you as soon as I get in port as it may be some time . I have to bring this to a close as I have lots to do. I could tell you lots if I could see you. With a ship load of love and not a submarine in sight. Your loving son, Jesse A. Simpson", Christmas Red Cross Roll Call. MacKenzic R. Todd of Frankfort, a man of wide acquaintance and large experience in handling such campaigns, who wns selected to manage the Kentucky Division of the Red Cross Christmas Roll Call, and who has offices on the tenth floor of the Columbia Building, Louisville, is already getting the work in shape, determined to secure at least a million members in the State. To assist him in the great work the chapters of the Red Cross are appealed to and a manager has been selected in each of the one hundred nnd twenty counties, whose duty 1t will be to organize their localities and see that every one Is given the opportunity to become a member of humanity's greatest cause. The plan is to sell memberships at $1, the amount to go toward the support of the work at home and abroad. Each member will be given a button which will be a badge of honor, a service flag and a dozen Christmas seals, the sale of the seals being discontinued for the season. The week of December 10-2- 3 has been selected for the final drive for universal membership In the organization to which the world owes so much and to which it is not only a duty to belong but the highest privilege. Let it be remembered that the campaign Is not for money but memberships and that every person Is urged to enroll. DARTING, PIERCING SCIATIC PAINS Give way before the penetrating effects of Sloan's Liniment So do those rheumatic twinges and of lumbago, the nerve the Inflammation of neuritis, the wry neck, the joint wrench, the ligament sprain, the muscle strain, and the throbbing Renewed Testimony. - bruise LANCASTER TSBACCO WAREHOUSE STANFORD STREET. No one in Lancaster who suffers backache, headaches, or distressing uninary ills can afford to ignore this story. It Lancaster man's twice-tol- d is confirmed testimony that no Lancaster resident can doubt. W. C. Davis, tailor, Puplic Square, says: "Some time ago my kidneys I suffered were in bad condition. with pains across my back and thru my loins. My kidneys were irregu lar in action and I had to get up many times at night to pass the kidney secretions. I had considerable stooping over to do and I became Doan's easily tired and languid. Kidney Pills brought relief nnd I think they nre a fine kidney medi cine." (Statement given April 22, 1312.) AGAIN PKAISES DOAN'S. On November 17, 1910, Mr. Davis said: "I am always glad to say a good word for Doan's Kidney Pil's. When I have nny symptoms of kidney trouble, Doan's Kidney Pills are sure to give me relief." COc, nt all dealers. Foster-Milbur- n Co., Mfgrs., Buffalo, N. Y. The ease of applying, the quickness of relief, the positive results, the clean linns, and the economy of Sloan's Liniment make it universally preferred. It's Thumbs Down! So far as America is concerned it is thumbs down for Germany until the peace conference has finally decided her fate. Germany's friends in America must be made to realize this. For already the German propagandists are getting busy in her behalf. Now that the armistice has been signed, the war to all Intents nnd purposes ended, they are talking sympathetically of the stricken fatherland. 0 Trying to sway public opinion in her behalf. And it must be stopped. Germany halted at nothing in her Every prinmad raid upon Europe. ciple of humanity was tossed Into the No cruelty, no outrage, no discard. form of destruction and devastation was too drastic. And in her methods of warfare she set a pace that horrified all civilization. And finally, when she was all In, beaten to a standstill, and whipped beyond hope of recovery, she came to us with bloody hands up. Pleading for mercy 1 It wasn't America's war. Of all the nations involved America sufferblood ed the least. The uppalling cost fell most heavily upon Europe. And the German fate will in the final ity be decided at the European hands. Germany knows this. Knows that she can hope for little mercy at Euro pean hands. But she Is counting largely upon the Influence of sympathetic American public opinion. But more she is counting upon her friends here to arouse that sympathy. Right now the American duty is to block this propaganda. To keep hands off and let Germany face her fate, Every active German sympathizer cause found pleading the German should be reported to the federal Making Good. C. A. SPEITH CO., MGRS. We Pay the Highest Market Price and load the Same Day. Un- NO COMMISSION' CHARGED. 1 Warehouse Phone 34 . Residence 245. Large employers of labor through out the country have announced that those who left their service to go to war did so witli the assurance that their positions would be open on their that return. They have declared they are now ready to redeem their pledge. It is creditable that the employers have risen above frequent commercial practice In the matter of these usage Business promises. often countenances the neglect of an obligation until the party Interested brings It obtrusively to the attention of the party liable. But in this country we can rise to higher Ideals when the inspiration Is forthcoming. It is a pity that our inspired mo ments canuot be made continuous. will In this case the employers probably get the thick end of the deal. The returning workers will in nearly all cases be more valuable now than when they went away. They have healthier bodies, a broader visgreater ion, stiffened and a sterner sense of res authorities instantly. ponsibility, With America It's thumbs down. The Central Record, Thursday, Dec 12, 1918. SJggvv j Mill III m,iiiiii' Producers, Transporters, Refiners, Marketers- - McCombs Producing & Refining Co. INCOIfCIAItU 4 , .... t' . .' An Established Producing and Refining Company APPROVED BY CAPITAL ISSUES COMMITTEE 'TasseJ by the Capital Issues Committee at not incompatible with the national interests but without approval of lerjality, valiJity, worth, or security." Opine Xo. M9S5. '. 84 Producing Wells 17,000 Acres of Leases 1,000 Barrel Refinery 30 New Tank Cars 4 After Friday, December 20, 1918 STOCK ADVANCES TO $2.12 Per Share Present Price $2.00 Per Share Par Value $1.00 Per Share The money raised from the sale of this stock will continue to le used, as it Las been used in Uic past, in tie development and expansion of tbc company's properties. Over $$25,000.00 of capital raised from the sale of slock has been invested in properties and equipment in the twelve months of the company's existence. Its outstanding position today as Ihclcader among the independent oil companies oicrating in Kentucky may lie ascribed to following this policy of expansion. Results accomplished to date arc but a forerunner of those which may lie expected to ensue from the further development of the company's conccdcdJy valuable holdings, and expansion in the field of its operations through increasing the size of its refining plant, now operating, and the purchase of additional producing properties. In view of progress to date "McCombs" stock at $2.00 per share is an extremely attractive investment opportunity with the probabilities of unlimited enhancement in value. 4 1 TT7 x Dividends 24 Per Annum Well No. 85, 86 and 87 Completed. Z50 BARREL WELL Hargis No. 4 drilled and shot. Good for 250 barrels. No. 5 and 6 now drilling. 100 BARREL WELL Adams No. 15 juit completed at 100 barrels daily. 75 BARREL WELL Adams No. 14 drilled and shot. Good for 75 barrels. Wells No. 4, 5, 6 and 7 Butcher lease; No. 16, 17, 18 and 19 Adams lease will be completed within the next ten days. :.tr: 12 DRILLING RIGS NOW OPERATING Full information on request 1909 Inter-Southe- President ABRAM RENICK, LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY Building rn Orders will be received by telegraph or telephone at our expense up to midnight, Friday, December 20, 1918, at $2.00 per share. ml m 3 CO JEl --r- rP r r r S3 The Central Record, Thursday, Dec 12, 1918. Executors Sale OF- - City Residence AT Sunday with Mr. W. B. Lackey and , family. Flour in barrels or sacks. Hudson, Hughes and Farnau. Mrs. W. II. Lackey Is at home after a long visit with relatives in Kansas City Mo. Miss Jennie Wheeler entertained a number of friends very delightfully on Kriaay night. Mrs. George Kincald and children of Highland has been visiting her sister, Mrs, Gaines Henderson. Mr. and Mrs. Bole Doty are over a fine girl that arrived at their home on Nov. 21, named, Alice Francis, Mrs, J. W. Palmer entertained at dinner on Thanksgiving, those present being Mrs, Kmma Higginbotham, Mr. George Palmer, Mr. and Mrs. Willie West, Mr. and Mrs. Prewitt Thompson, Misses lona Dunn and Lucille Lackey nnd brother. FENNER'S TOBACCO WAREHOUSE. Walnut Street. DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. re- Will be open after DECEMBER 16th, to about the first of January. BUCKEYE Miss Linda Locker Is ill at this writing. Mr. A. C. Miles was In Nicholas-vill- e last week. Miss Barbara Gulley was the weekend guest of Misses Sallie Lou Teater and Kthel Kay. Mr. Alex Ray of Cottonburg is visMr. an J iting his grand-daughte- r, Mrs. Jtsper Nccl. Mr and Mrs W. E. Whittaker were guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Sanders for the week end. Mr. nnd Mrs. Talbott Jenkins spent Saturday night and Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. O. Hill. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Noel nnd little daughter are recovering from nn attack of the Hu. Mr. U. W. Sanders, W. H. Gulley and Talton May were in Lexington Tuesday for the opening of the tobacco sales. Mr. aam Morford and family who have moved here to the place vacated by Mr. and Mrs J. W. Clark are recovering fiom nn attack of flu. Horse and mule feed. Dairy Feed, 3jre Middlings, Bran, Cocoanut Oil Meal, Palmo Mixed Feed, Feed Rye. Hudson, Hughes and Farnau. Mrs. L L. Sanders and son, Burnett, nnd Mayo Anderson of Crab Orchard, Mrs. Julia Pryor of St. Louis, Mo., Mrs J. W. Rancy of Lancaster, Mr. and Mrs, A. C. Miles were quests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Ray last week. ceive tobacco for the opening Sale which will be' AUCTION I, John Ball, as executor of Mary H. Dunn, on Saturday, Dec nn thn lirnmisns .'it in 2 1st, Those who wish may bring their Tobacco in, and if desired, receive a liberal advance on same. We wish to thank the Growers for their libre- will soil to iho hiirlipsf nnd host hid der, the following described property located on HASELDEN HEIGHTS n'nlnek' P. AT. Lancaster Kentucky. One newly built bungalow, 5 large size rooms, back and fron porch, pantry and closets, bath room, electric lights, water works, ceptic concrete pavement from public tank, good cistern and square to front door. For information call at Jas. W. Smith's clothing store. cash TERMS OF SALE The property will be sold for one-thir- d in hand, and the balance on a credit of one and two years, payable with approved security to executor, bearing 6 per cent, interest from date until paid, with lien reserved on the property to sec tire the deferred pay ments. out-buildin- eral assurance to sell with us, and promise in turn the best prices obtainable for their crops. Be on the Lookout and Watch for the NEW FIRM. ), a JOHN BALL, Executor This 9th day of December, 1918. OF MARY H. DUNN, Deceased guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Land Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Otto Simpson and attractive little daughter of Teatersville and Miss Iva Hollon motored to Lexing ton for a visit to relatives. The regular church services were resumed at Liberty Baptist church at Buckeye on the past Saturday and Sunday. Hev. I). F. Sebastian preach ed Saturday afternoon, after .which the regular business session was con ducted. The church again extended a call to Hev. Sebastian as pastor for another year. This will be his fourth year as pastor of this church. Much interest has been kindled, a larger spirit of work and fellowship has been aroused during this time and bigger plans arc being laid for the coming years work. Hev. Lawson, preached an excellent sermon on Sunday morning. At this service a quartette composed of Hevs. Sebas tian and Ijmvsoii and Misses Ira and I.enna Hollon sang the "Consecration Hymn". FENNER k PITT To The Tobacco Growers Ot Bilious? Take NR Tonight FUtutVa Than Wllh.ut Crlpinf. Clmt. Rmdy It Clan Dttr anrf ?r Out Sytltm St KH Hadh. . lllllout ftttacLj. co nil I pat ton, tick t.Uct., rtr iluar In tho Kre.it nu u( caact i dlcrtth troubis And no rraaonabte person ran expect t obtain r -- I or Uatinjf lct.iH until 111 CfJJrt It 3Tt?li Natura'a R:.:icJy (NU Tablets) U r on Hi ifMMa It r. unl thatara I ; kUlnfya. tntve'i tt i".' h, U'X t the p.rpvj s tilnc - t .1 laTjjnloua action ahout of nil ia.ttl nnd rllmlna orar if 0 V n. It ats nnl thoroughly, M iri :.r tl.t Hit yat ny r.'i U n f r t.. 'I zUtttl crip I riff or die tor f nt, Hut tint It rot a'L Naturt'a n r"neJ .Nil T.itleU !ta IwkI Lwnert- V.y it r3ct upon tin cntlru t a irocej of UUt'.jn rr.it owlnllaiion. tho nou,lihmnt la I( ivM fron f Ui Wool iuilliy U r ; .ml. Utility la and th mi 'o fj'fltcm etrenttt'iinc-l(j.1 you pet 'ir loJy In thl c; .. .'I cjnJlUon, ymi re.'.I t. it UK n 01 !,io c ry Oiy Jim ukr i n Ml Tablet occa"l.)nalIy when ImllKaatlm. M" rjjnrss i ad coratlpatlon firwitTn, nnd y i can ntY3j'4 t- I your beat. lnrmbor keerlrir welt I taster and tat per than Kitting wrll iM't a 2'a Ikit of Nature's Remedy (S'R T tlti ami try It, It la tali. by your K' .'"SfitteJ an! rrcguimeud.nl li Jftty curinf Mrs. Burton Sanders. Mr. and Mrs. I). I. Prewitt and family were recent visitors of Mr, and Mrs. N. L. Prewitt. Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Prewitt spent Wednesday night with Mr. and Mrs. P. K. Prewitt near Hackley. Gnuin Kanawah Salt, ! bit for Sunday with Mr. and Madison, Garrard and Adjoining Counties: . and Farnau. Hudson, Hugh Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Sebastian were guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Long Saturday night and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. I.. W. Warmoth and laughter, Tilda, were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Grant Sanders Sunday, Mr. J. A. ltiddell, Mr. Dewey Hall and William Gocbel Lucas, of White Hall, the latter of Winchester, were guets of Mr. S. N'. Sanders, Sunday. GUNN'S CHAPEL. mt. R. E. McROBERTS. Lancaittr, Ky, TABLETS- - DR ADS 1 1 AW MILL. ' Mr. ami Mrs. Ilurton Sanders "liz-z;ed- " to Uichmond Monday. Mrs. L. N. N'ocl of McCrcary was a recent visitor of Mrs. Ilradshaw, Miss Jennie Ilurr Is back at her teaching here nt this place again. Mrs. Grunt Sanders was a visitor of Mrs. S. .N Sanders, Saturday. Mr. Grant Sanders purchased a heifer from Mr. C, C. Stephens for $50. Miss Hazel Moore was a guest of Mils May Moore Saturday night and Sunday. Miss Mable Prewitt Is spending several days with her brother, Mr. C. Prewitt. Mr. and Mrs. It. A. Oroaddus spent! Miss Mary Kurtz is 111. Mr. John Land was ill with tonsil itis the past week, Mis?t'j Iva and I.enna Hollon spent the week end here, Horn, to Mr, and Mrs. Kuthford Fain, a little daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Dock Simpson motor ed to Lexington, recently. Mr and Mrs. John Land were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. V.d N'aylor on Lexington pike. Miss Itoss who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. Hiram Land, has re turned home. Mr. James Sebastian left last week for a visit to his father, Mr. S. S Sebastian of Jessamine. Mr. and Mrs. Land nnd Miss Inez Land were guests of Mr. and Mrs, John Land, Sunday, Mr. ami Mrs. Itobert Whittaker are parents of n handsome little son, christened, Julian Orville. Miss Mary Edith Walker of Lan caster, has been a guest of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W, B. Hay. Mrs. Loie Noel and family are quite 111 with flu. Miss Sallie Noel being ulso quite ill with pneumonia. Cranio Dairy Faaci will raaka your cow Iv mora milk. Hudson, Hughas and Farnau. Itev.'s D. F, Sebastian and Edward Lawson of Georgetown College were As our policy has always been to look after the interest of the grow ers, 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. THE THE WORKfilterOF cast KIDNEYS Is to and out We have doubled our floor space and can now unload your tobacco foisoni from Ibt blotfj wiltf products When lb Kidoot ar overworked, tire.Bi. wesk or dneated. the wete matt. r remains la the same day you come. We also have two of the largest buyers prizing on the system sod causes pslas io side or back, rheumatism, lumbalo, etitfueie of Joists, sore muacles sod other symptoms. our floors. Wbea persoa's ktdoeys are out of order, lack ol cnerly. force, visor, teal eoi Ibrre irncral cflectlveorss. Mdacyt and bladder must properly fuocUoa for aoyooe toeaioy lood health, We will announce our opening date as soon as the big companies can fMfyKdnejrPJs get through in the South. Don't be misled into taking your tobacco to a are prompt to actfoa lod toalc la tbelr oesllaa market where it will be sacrificed. For we know we will have buvers on aod eooihlnl effect oo weak, aore. Of crworkad. diseased Udoeyt sod bladder. Mrs. Msry Henderson. Ml Csnnel. S. C, he same day that Lexington or any other market in the state. writee: "Before used Foley Kidney Pills I was troubled with kidney trouble aad my left side hurt me so I could bsrdlylet up to the morales. Pela Is all foe aow aad sa tecusj bAt. Hoping that none of the growers will be misled about the opening, or STORMES DRUG STORE. in thinking they will have a market at Lexington, or some other point, bePOINT LEAVELL. Very truly yours, Miss lona Dunn spent the week fore ours, we remain, Mid Is I end with Miss Drunette Arnold. Msis Fannie Dowden spent Satur day night with Miss Lucile Lackey. Miss lona Dunn has closed her school for good on account of liu. Miss Ella Mae McKinney of Rich mond. Is visiting the Misses Tribble. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Sowders spent THE HOME RICHMOND, HOUSE, ---KENTUCKY. - By W. E. LUXON and I. M. HUME. The Central Record, Thursday. Dec 12, 1918. We announced in last week's issue of the Record that our stock of Merchandise for Men and Boys was FULL and BIG and that we were ready and able to take care of you, particularly in CHRISTMAS NOVELTIES. They are buying already. The business promises to be ' heavy and EARLY BUYING is going to be an essential to those wishing to secure the pick of the goods. LAST Travlelng Bags Suit Cases Fine Gloves WARNING Look Early Silk Ties Silk Socks Silk Handkerchiefs Silk Collars Silk Shirts Cuff Buttons Tie Pins Come Earlj Army Leggins Leather Puttees Sweaters Sport Coats Buy Early Frat Clothes New Raincoats Florshcim Shoes Keith and Stetson Hats Pretty Caps Army Shoes House Slippers EVERYTHING FOR MEN AND BOYS. THIS WILL SURELY AND POSITIVELY BE FOR YOUR OWN GOOD. Flannel Shirts Silk Refers Collar Pins Adlers Overcoats Fancy Mackinaws Jerseys LOGAN & ANDERSON BROTHERS, LANCASTER, KY. Over the Top. a year. The first division of the United E. ROBINSON. Editor. J. War Work Campaign to go "over the R.L. ELKIN. Local Editor and Mgr. top" is the Victory Girls, reaching their quota of $810. Entered t the roit one In Lanctittr, Kj., Girls, I am proud of you. It has ii Second CI. ii Mill Muter. S9UED The Central Record "Victory Girls", Go Weekly. $1.50 The Christmas Holiday Christmas is the only one of our holidays the observance of which is based upon love and thoughtfulness for other people than our individual selves. Other holidays are for the most part, as is fitting, in recognition of a great national event or in memory of those who have done and suf- Brown. Ruth, the little ." year old daugh- 0 ter of Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Brown, Wf died at their home in Maryvlllc Tcnn, Wednesday, December 1th. of memtit branous croup. W The little one was ill only n 3 Holiday i I and during that time all that been a pleasure to work with you in Uember Kentucky Press Associstlon this Campaign. Your ready response tod to service for your country bespeaks Eighth District Publishers League. o future citizenship of true patriot ism. Rates For Political Announcements You now stand first in pledging For Precinct and Citv Offi:es ...$ 5.00 full quota; keep up the record, and 10.00 lets stand first in payment of full "or County Offices 15.00 quota. tor State and District Office For Calls, per line Your pledge cards remain in your For Cards, per line teachers hands till fully paid, so get For all publications in the interbusy and earn your money, and send est of individuals or expresit otl on its mission of cheer and sion of individual views, per comfort to our boys "over there". line Mrs. J. A. Amon, Obituaries, per line County Chairman. Lancaster, Ky., December 12. 1918 could be done by loving friends was fered great things for their country. of no avail, and at 1:30 Wednesday TV Thanksgiving expresses gratitude for afternoon, her spirit returned to the our blessings, and New Year's, If we God who gae it. The remains were brought here to keep it with thoughtfulness, is an octheir former home, Friday morning, casion for a little and at 2:30 o'clock that afternoon V and some fresh resolves. But Christmas is rightly n day of were laid to rest in the Ijinouter cemetery after short services at the generosity and love. We make the children happy with grave. Much sympathy is felt for the betoys and candies, we think of the gift which will please mother, wife, sister, reaved parents in the loss of their husband, we plan pleasant home en- little daughter. tertainments. But Christmas lacks something if our observance of it is circle and bounded by our family Mr. L. B. Hughes, known by many fi I Hughes. For The Next Year. The crops raised in the pass ing year in this County are all now about harvested. The season has been generally fav orable and the yields have Prices have been satisfactory. been high and farmers have been successful in their business undertakings. The thrifty e and farmer, if not completed his plans he will have arrangements made for next year. There are some facts of which he can be assur ed that may stimulate him in doing bigger things. The first, the most important, is that la bor will be more available, in fact, plentiful, as we see it. We are assured that a large per cent, of the boys will be released from the camps in time to help even in the planting of the next crops. This will enable the production of them much easier and with less uncertainty of necessary help. Again, the world store houses of food are practically empty. In all Europe, we are told, that they are down to the bed rock, in fact so low that many millions of the world's population are now starving and .with the utmost effort of those countries who have food to spare millions of these human beings will perish from the lack of the necessaries of life before another crop can be produced or reach them. It matters not how large the production it necessarily follows that it will not create a surplus. Prices of the next crops will bo high under any conditions. The farmer has the opportunity of all times to receive an adequate recompense for his best efforts in production, and at the same time save the starving millions of humanity who are looking to the American farmer for salvation. Let the farmers of Garrard County be up and doing for next year. This is their golden opportunity. Perhaps they will never have again the chances afforded in the year 1919. wide-awak- The Red Cross Drive Is Now Humming. The drive for the Red Cross Christmas Roll Call begins Monday Dec. ICth, and will continue throughout the week. During this week we hope and expect to enroll every man woman and child in Garrard county. This is to be a universal Roll Call, We have completed our various organizations and appointed committees to solicit all the people. You are supposed to take out a membership, one dollar each, for every member of the family. You are urged to take out, if possible, more than a membership for each one in your family to off-sthose who are not able to take their prorata. When you renew your mem bership, you will receive a service flag for the window with a star in it to represent the number in family and also the number, if any, in the Army or the Navy. The plan of the Campaign is simi We lar to that of last Christmas. will have for headquarters the WomLexington street. an's Club room on This Roll Call is supposed to be, as far as possible, voluntary on the part During the Roll Call of the people. week, you are supposed to come to headquarters and renew your membership or take out n new membership. I will be at headquarters every day to wait upon the people. Or, in my absence, my assistants will be there. While the War is ended, the need for the lied Cross is as urgent as ever. A large per cent, of our troops in France will remain there during the winter. Their needs and comforts must be supplied by the Red Cross, The incentive to give now is greater than ever because we see the end in view. This, in all probability, will be the last Christmas Roll Call we will be called upon to finance. Rut as long ns the boys remain in France, it is our duty to give them every aid and comfort we can. Do not wait to be solicited by some one, but come to headquarters and voluntarily renew or take out new mem berships. Manager W. A. WHEELER, Christmas Roll Call. The D. A. Thomas Agency. "The Service Agency." Will INSURE your property, will buy or sell your property, will loan you money on your farm on that NEW 10 to 20 year plan. Will issue you a life policy, Will go on your BOND as Admr., Trustee or Guardian up to $50,000 on a minute's notice. pike, He was a brother of the late Abner Come let us show you. Hughes of this county and is survived by three sisters, Mrs. Kate TV of this city, ami James Coov-c- rt and Mrs. Rice Burnide of Danville. He also leaves a number of nephews and nieces in this county. He was a devout member of the Christian church, his membership being at Pleasant Grove, where for r. number of jears he was the Super- we shall indeed feel the blessedness mtendant of the Sunday School. 10 acres on Richmond pike at As we have of a real Christmas. After funeral services last Sunday Hyattsrille, Ky. Having sold G acres been prospered, so let us give. afternoon, by Rev. J. R. Moorman, McCombs Producing and Refining in 2 acre lots at $1000 ejich, prohis remains were interred in the Fork Company announces the successful viding I enn sell the other five. These' Church cemetery. completion of the three wells men- lots will be sold at the above named Mr. Abner Young aged C9 years, ir price or will be sold with two room tioned in their wire of Dec. 2, as died suddenly at the home of his son, due in. These wells produced house and kitchen on them for sum Young, who lives on the Fall Arthur bar- of I1S0O per lot. Lots above menThis is, very appropriate heading 250 barrels, 100 barrels and 75 Lick pike, Sunday November 24th. rels daily, respectively. tioned to be purchased by colored for a sketch of the life of .Mrs. tanWhile not in his usual robust health, Of the twelve wells now drilling people, therefore the balance of fi it was not thought that he was ser- nic Carpenter Williams whose kind on the Company's various leases, acres will be sold to colored only In and loving spirit winced its (light iously ill and when he was found number I, 5, C and 7 Butcher; num- 2 acre lots nt the prices mentionfrom this enrthly home last Tuesday dead near a spring on the place, it 18 nnd 10 Ada mi and W ed. Address morning. Her death was primarily ber 10, 17, came as a great shock to his family 5 and 6 Hargis arc expected tu be SERGT. J. W. BEASLEY, due to infiuenzn, though other com and friends. completed within the next ten da). Mtd. Det. F. A. C, O. T. S. plications set up, which hastened the lie was a member of the Christian This will give them o7 producing Camp Zachary Taylor, Louisville, Ky. end. At the time of her death she church and had lived in Lincoln counwells. ty most of his life and for nearly was thirty years old. Seven years ago she was united in marriage to forty years was an elder in the t 3EJG 3ME DC He is survived by his wife Mr. Pendleton Williams, to this hapchurch. Till and eight children all of whom are py union, three children were born and their tender years make her married. He was buried at Mt. Moriah ceme death doubly sad. She was in every tery, the services being conducted by sense of the word a home keeper, "looking well to the ways of her Rev. J. R. Moorman. household". Of this unusually good woman might be written, but we sum Mr. Lee Pollard, son of James Pol it nil up by saying that In her early lard, who lives near Hubble died last youth she gave her heart to God, Saturday evening of tuberculosis, never forgetting her obligation to aged thirty-on- e years. Him, but day by day honored Him, Uncle Sam has announced that he doesn't Ho enlisted in the U, S. army early by being the daughter, wife, mother need any more platinum. in the war as a volunteer and was as- and sister, He would have her be. signed to the First Kentucky, but Beside her devoted and heartowing to ill health he was invalided broken husband and three young home nearly n year ago and since that children, where the blow falls heavtime his health has failed him rapidly. iest, Mrs. Williams is survived by her He was a rerfect specimen of man- father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. S. hood when he enlisted but the dread- D. Carpenter, of Prcachersville and ed disease soon caused his final end. five sisters, Mrs. Ollie Carpenter, of fine young this place, Mrs. Tom Howard, Mrs. He was an exceptional Our supply is limited and a few months must man, being a member of the Chris- J. W. Akcr, Mrs. Roscoe Collier and elapse before the manufacturer can replenish our tian church at Hubble. Funeral ser- Mrs. Robert White anil two brother.), stocks. vices were conducted at the grave in Messrs Qulncey and Woods Carpenthe Lancaster cemetery last Monday ter. Come in NOW and select the articles you do afternoon by Rev. J. It. Moorman, Rev. 11. S. Hudson conducted the sire. Our best designs are sure to go first. where the Interment took plf.ee. funeral services yesterday afternoon after which tho interment took place in the Lancaster cemetery. The Record joins the host of Boys friends of this family in extending Will be at Currey's Store, Friday sympathy. LEADING JEWELERS AND IMPORTERS afternoon to receive full and partial FOUND Pair of glasses on street. payments on pledges to the United Est. 1883. "The Hallmark Store" LexiiiKton. Kv. Owner can have same by paying for War Work Fund. W. L. Lawson. 31 Mrs. Theo Curry, Chm. Lan. Dist. this ad. 111 IB i our friends. The festival will be an especially joyous one for America this year. The shadow of a great and cruel war has been lifted from us. We louk forward to an era of peace and prosperity. But at the same time then; lias never been a year when gcni'roity was more needed. Prices of all commodities arc appallingly high, and the little income of many a family as been sadly diminished by the absence of one or more of its wage earners in the army. If we consider this and, not forgetting our own dear ones, do what we can to bring relief and pleasure to those in need, in this nnd adjoining counties as "Sonnie" died at the City Hospital, in Lexington, last Friday evening living only a few hours after he was found Goods iany select. near Lexington in an unconscious on the condition Richmond S Our line this year is espec- - S Morrow &YloRoberts Developments. l Further Oil Farm For Sale. Young. Gone Home. fr YOU CAN HAVE THAT Pollard. PLATINUM LA VALLIERE AND BROOCH FOR CHRISTMAS We have a good selection of Scarf Pins, Brooches, Rings, La Vallieres and Bracelet Watches on hand. Attention! Victory and Girls. Victor IPr fjogart Co. irsl The Central Record, Thursday, Dec 12, 1918 7 CHRISTMAS MERCHANDISE 7 Abounds Throughout The Store. old-fashioned Those who plan to have an old fashioned Christmas with the home coming of their boys to make the occasion one of radiant happiness, way out of sheer joy over the Victory accomor those who plan to make this a new fashioned Christmas by celebrating in the plished by their boys abroad will find here all such plans well anticipated. Ready for early and satisfactory Christmas shopping are our large and well selected stocks and in each instance every article bears a mark of excellence that will show the gift of a person of discriminating taste. Hand Bags, Shop Early in the Season and early in the day Gives satisfaction and in a wise way. Handkerchiefs Hosiery, Traveling Bags! Boudoir Caps, Bed Room SlipTable Linens, pers, Towels. Bath Robes, THE ONE PRICE STORE. The A Joseph Mercantile Gossip About (Bo. Classified Column RATES: Single insertions lc a word No ad taken for less than 20c in this column. No ads in this a column charged. g Seven insertions for the price of five. 3 Phone orders must be paid w promptly. THE HOUSE OF QUALITY. MALLABLE RANGES, $85.00. CAST AND STEEL COOKS, $40. and $45.00. MOORES AND OAK HEATERS, $35 and $40. SECOND HAND COOK STOVES, CHEAP. JOHN DEERE WAGONS, $125.00. MANURE SPREADERS, OLIVER RIDING PLOWS, CASSAROLES AND ALUMINUM WARE CHEAP, ROASTERS, LARD CANS, etc Mrs. II. F. Walter is quite ill with Mrs. Cyrus Enson of Salvisa. is influenza. the guest of .Mrs. Pendleton Cox. Rev. A. J. Clcre of Wilmore was n Mrs. S. A, Walker has been quite visitor here the first of the week. sick with the flu. Mrs. Harry Tomlinson is sulfcring with an attack of influenza. Mrs. Carlton Elkin is improving Mrs. l.ula Johnson has returned home from a several days visit to Mrs. Richard Xewland at Stanford. 1 ft Peopled Brltl Mention of the Comings and Colnji by Thou Vt Art Inttrcittd In. Mr. V. A. Spcith spent Monday in Louisville. Mrs, Sauflcy Hughes was n recent visitor in Lexington. Mrs. Hristoe Conn of Danville was a recent visitor here. Mrr. J. A. Anion has returned from a visit to friends in Cincinnati. Mrs. Charlie Zimmcr and children of Lexington, arc the guests of Mr. nd Mrs. IE. Zimmcr at the Kcngarlan. Mrs. A. II. Klkin of Louisville was the guest last week of her sister, Mrs. l.ula Johnson. a, Mr. Kecvil Wallingford of was the guest of Mr. Bradley Bourne, last week. J. R. MOUNT & CO. The Deal House. LET US LIGHT YOUR FARM WITH ELECTRICITY Better, Safer and Cheaper than any Artificial Light. Mrs. I. I). Wlgginton of Lynch Ky, is visiting at the home of Misses Lillian and Kate Kinnaird. Mrs. Samuel Cotton is out after a severe attack of the "flu" her many friends are glad to know. Mrs. Elizabeth King has returned from n visit to her grand-motheMrs. Evans, of Xicholasvillc. Mrs. Frank Phillips of Stanford, spent a few days last week with her mother, Mrs. Emma Daniels. Mr. ami Mrs. Uobert Embry and sons, William nnd Samuel, of Lexington, were visitors here Sunday. Mrs. Julia Pryor, of Saint Louis, Mo., was called here by the critical Misses Jane and Mary Doty are illness of her son, Dr. Wm. D. Pryor, spending several days in Lexington who has been ill of pneumonia. His vi i h friends. friends will be glad to Know he is Mrs. Samuel Haselden, who has now improving. been quite ill with influenza, is imMiss Jennie Higgins has just reproving. turned from Brunswick, Ga., where Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ross and Mrs. she has been the assistant book-kee- p Pearl Gulley were visitors in Lexing- er for the Brunswick Bank and Trust Company of that city, during the ton, Tuesday. epidemic of influenza which has been .Mrs. W. M. Elliott and sons, Fran so prevalent there for the past two cis and Julian, were visitors in Lex months. ington Tuesday. In n letter to his mother, Sergt. Mr. and Mrs. Banks Hudson, and William F. Miller, writes that he is son, Banks, Jr., of Danville, were vis- in the best of health and as happy as itors here yesterday. right up in front with the n Mrs. Ellen Owsley is on a scries of ng.ning forces in France. The latvisits to relatives in Danville, Nich ter was dated Nov. 22nd, and relieves and much anxiety of his family olasville and Lexington. friends to know that he is well, as Mrs. Jack Collings has been quite this was the first letter since the sign ill the rast week with influenza, at ing of the armistice. her home on Stanford Street. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Embry and Misses Allie Vantis nnd Bertie daughter, Ruth, left last Thursday Price have returned home after a for DcLand Florida., where they will several days visit in Lexington. remain during the winter. They motored through and were accom Mioses Gcnia Moss, Lucilc Sutton panied by Bradley Spratt. Cards rennd Nellie Noland were attractive ceived from them on the way, say week end visitors of Miss Annie Fnye they are having a pleasant trip nnd King. find the roads in very good condition. Mr. nnd Mrs. John M. Farm and They will probably reach their des daughter. Miss Johnetta, arc spend tination today. ing several days in Louisville this Mr. and Mrs. Frank Holtzclaw en week. tertnined nt an elaborate sir course after an attack of the influenza. FOR shoats. SALE: Call this Eight good office. Duroc WANTED ricr for A substitute mail r.ir. R. F. D. No. 2, Lancaster. Holly wreathes, Xmas wreathes of Magnolia Oak burrs, cones, etc. Call this office. For Any kind of hauling, all kim! of garden work, call Phone 35G. Jack Collings. Have 12 yearling cattle, will sell and take in payment a young horse, "broke" and good notes or securities. (LC. Walker. FOR SALE: Thoroughbred Poland China Boar. Big bone type. Weight 200 pounds. It. A. W. Kavanaugh. FOR SALE Two good cows, one with week old calf by side, other just weaned calf. Wanted a second hand hay baler. U. M. Burgess Paint Lick, Ky. FOR SALE: One Ford Truck, just like new, been run 1430 milej, has 32x3 solid tires on rear and 30x3 pneumatic on front. Never had a puncture. This truck carries 3000 pounds. Reason for selling, I want a larger truck. Will take good 2 BASTIN BROTHERS, LANCASTER, KY. I'J (!) ii (!) (!) M I I CHRISTMAS Mrs. W. B. Montgomery has been very ill the past few days, but is now- Mesdamcs W. It. Cook anil Rose improving, her friends will be glad to Mason nnd Miss Shelby Mason were Know. visitors In Lexington last week. Misses Edna Berkelc, Maymc S Friends of Miss Mary KUt, will be Dunn anil Horcnco Johnson are glad to know she is improving after spending this week in Lexington with an illness of several weeks of pneu-r.onl- a. friends. SHOPPING. with the early and stock is ready. ernment. Our Do it te Gov- PRICES RIGHT. 1 Sander's Variety Store. I WE SELL FOR LESS. 1 ( ANSWER THIS A dollar will care for a soldier for one week How many SOLDIERS WILL YOU MAKE HAPPY next year7 They are waiting for your answer to the UNITE0 WAR WORK CAMPAIGH This space donated by 3fe Citizens National Bank KY. OF LANCASTER. Mr. Elmer Montgomery who has Mrs. W. S. Carrier spent last week been at Frankfort for the past few- Lexington, with her daughter. Miss in months spent Saturday night and who is attending Hamilton Sunday liuth, with home folks. College. 61 Mr. Gabe Wnlter arrived Tuesday Mrs. Maurice Ashley nnd little son, night from Camp Sevier, S. C, and The marriage of Mr. C. K. Poin 11 Maurice Sanford, of Paris, are visit will spend several days with his dexter, the well known nnd popular ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. J. mother, Mrs. John Walter. Marcellus citizen, to Mrs. Minnie Sanford. Mrs. J. II. Hamilton, Misses Norma Bettis, who is also popular in that Mr. and Mrs. John Baughmnn and Burns and Lavinln Montgomery and community, came ns quite a surprise son, Hranham, of Danville, (pent Annie Belle Crutchfteld were in Dan- to the numerous friends of these parSunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. A. ville, shopping Wednesday afternoon. ticipants. They were united in marBvazljy. riage last Saturday at Wilmore, Rev. The friends of Miss Mary Owsley, G. S. Conant, of Bryantsville officiat- Sergt. Hen Wood who has been Transylvania, Lexing- Ing. They were married In an o (!) stationed at Camp Zachary Taylor, a student of ton, Ky., will be happy to know she on the College Campus and has been mustered out and returned is recovering from an illness of flu. the members of tho college faculty homo Sunday. were the attendants. Tho bride for The friends of Miss Mary Clay Mrs. Florence Grant and daughter, merly lived In Danville. They will Okla., will be Frnncis, were In Lexington last week Williams of Tulsa. make their future home at Marcellus teaching to know that she is son, Bowman Grant, who to see her and both have tho best wishes of their this year in the High School of that many friends in which tho Record is In school there. city. joins. .Mr. and Mrs. Torter Pruitt and Mr Annie Misses Thelmn Hamilton, and Mrs. John Prather and Mr. and Faye King, Xellie Xoland and Genia Mrs. Clay Uroaddus spent Sunday Moss spent the day with Miss Judith Having decided to sell my farm, I with Mrs. Tilda Collins. James Daniels at her beautiful coun will on, Mrs. George Robinson,, Miss Min try home, Wednesday. MONDAY DECEMBER 23rd, 1918,' nie Mae Robinson, Mrs. William Bur-tn- n at 11 o'clock, sell to the highest and Mrs. Kathcrine Tinsley and Mrs. nnd Mrs. G. C. Walker tpent last best bidder the following described Stella Garrigue have returned to form. Thursday in Lexington. several Xew York after spending This farm, containing 30 ceres, Miss Mildred Ileazley of Transyl days with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. more or less, on the New Danville vania University, spent Sunday with J. B. Conn, on Richmond Street. pike, three miles from Lancaster, and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J, A. Bens-leQuite a number from here attend one mile from the road, and known on Lexington Street. ed the opening of the tobacco mar- as the Bud Hatfield home. Good four Mrs. Russell Crumlin has returned ket at Lexington last Tuesday, among room frame house, and after a delightful visit to Mr. and them being, Messrs Charlie Anderson, well watered and good fence. TERMS CASH. Mrs. A. D. Kirk, at Winchester, Ohio. Charlie Rankin, Joe Kelley, L. G. ALICE LAMB. Master George Kirk accompanied her Davidson, Robert Yatcr and Jake Grau. They report a good market. Capt. Am. Bourne, Auct. home for a visit. I dinner in honor of his father, who celebrated his 00th birthday. Those present were: Mr. W. M. Holtzclaw, of Missouri, Mr. and Mrs. Brummett and daughter, Mr. anil Mrs. Mnhan nnd son, Mr. and Mrs. Stout, Mr. and Mrs. Sherin, Mr. and Mrs. Morgan, nnd Mr. Manuel. Before they left the home they had a prayer service which the father greatly enjojed .is well as his three daughters and son, All that were present were glad to be there. note. Leslie T. Bradshaw. Fhone 389-- To Laundry Customers. There will be no more gathering up or delivering laundry after December 1st., until further notice. Bring all packages to Lyon's store. f) L. C. Gulley, Agt. Bettis Poindexter. For Sale Modern Residence Property Close In and Best Neighborhood. For Home or Investment. Eight rooms, and pantry, closets, hallways, water works, lights, nnd Very fertile garden. FURNACE. For immediate, sale at $4200. (worth ?47S0.00) and terms to suit. Let us show you. D. A. THOMAS REALTY AGENCY. I Sale of Personal Property. I will on SATURDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1918, at 10 o'clock A. M., sell the following personal porperty, belonging to tne estate of Georgo Broaddus, on the premises near Lowell Ky, consisting Public Sale of Land. of One Calf; Double rig and Harness; Frazier Cart; Farming Implements; Three sows and pigs; Five Shoats; Two draft mares six years old, will broke, About fifteen tons of Clover Hay. Terms announced on day of Sale. ELLEN S. BROADDUS, 12-2- t. Admx. The Central Record, Thursday, Dec 12 1918. Civilization, stunned and bleeding but still free faces the mightiest Day they task In history. On Christmas sickness. The Red Cross is a will hear how many "folks back vital part of America's life. As the Christ-l.'.a- s America's second home" answered the Roll Call. A Army nnd the Navy arc the will Is almost here. Our thoughts, dollar to the Red Cross is your Mer- the Nation mobilized for Victory; of so our interests, our heirts ore not In ry Christmas to them. is the Red Cross the soul of the Nathe trivial things now they arc with tion mobilized for Service. The Red 11)0,000 of our men have been the boys in France, and our wounded fighting for you and for me. Cross must and will carry on. Your Miles. Roll Call task Is n noble one. Carry Their thoughts, their Interests, Ycur dollar eases the pain of thous. onl Sine this ship! ti'elr hopes nre in the Hod Cross and amis of crippled men. W. A. Wheeler, Manager, : knowledge tlat it is ever present know the Red 100,000 sailors Christmas Roll Call. nnd ready to lend them aid most Cross Is ready to nld them at any war-tim- e war-tire- d Make This A Red Cross Christmas. still look to the Red Cross for countless winter comforts and relief In COAL. We have plenty of Good a o port. Let cur Christmas message to those ' .ved ones be that u stand solidly Mund the Ameriruii Red Cross fiat there is full membership in every American home. N'o other word we can send will give them Those brave lads of the so e SCREENED, NUT and BLOCK COAL Tor Sale. HUnSQN.HUGHES &FARNAU LANCASTER, KY. greater encouragement, or fortitude for that which must be accomplished. WHY YOU SHOULD JOIN. "The Wnr Is oer why should i join?" This Is the question that will be most frequently asked. The reply. Every adult should join nt the Armenia and Palestine would die of hunger ond cold this winter out for the Amencnn Red Cross. No dollar gift could possibly do greater good. To nld our stricken Allies; to care for our suffering soldier families; to Christmas Roll Call because though light the deadly tuberculosis; to but one needs no longer list. All the War Is over, suffering Is not. 'J.000,000 of our boys "over there" you need is n heart and a dollar. desene your Red Cross dollar. In nnrleiit ilajs t nn un. :i lndln,lh 1,000,000 of our boys will be In thi great trade mill region along the Tigris und Kiiptirn-te- , camps' for months to come. They and tin1 Miilltrmitienii. Although Is your dollar, too? were ready. It tins lust much nf Its Thousands of poor orphan kiddies port.niKv, It Mill Ni'iuls roiiiiiieri'lnl lm. to .MrsuiiilrU ;n France, Belgium, Servia, the product of Moduli und It.igdud. Aleppo Once of Importince. Everlhlnj Nellie w:i H.uitn Clau All night. hipplly mitlclpntlng Mt. It w:i CltrNtnmi eve, and rslnlni fiirlini!r. A friend happen! In Hint h.iM- ".Santa Clam nin't iihui- - tonight Iwnuv It Is raining." Nellli thought vrlmi.ty n moment nnd sntil- "t!t. e lie run; ha has his reindeers." Dissolution Sale! BIG FARM The State Board of Health WARNING RENEWS ITS AGAINST INFLUENZA. Rapid Extension in Many Sec Peace tions Following Celebrations. Free Vaccine For Prevention of the Disease. Bowline Green, Ky., Dec. C, 1918. To the Health Officials, Physicians anil People: Early in October, before the full import of the danger from influenza was grasped by the people, and well in advance of such action in most other states, churches, schools and all other places of public assembly were rigidly closed, and, with the aid of the public press, the State was flooded with warning and advisory literature, with the result that, in spite of the inseparable hardships such from drastic measures vitally affecting the most treasured customs and privileges of every community and home, there was such universal and helpful from the clergy, the teachers, women's clubs and the rank and file of the people, as to greatly restrict the spread of the disease, except in certain mining and other sections and homes where the housing conditions made it impossible to secure proper ventilation and prevent associated, as such conditions always are, with lack of nourishment, nursing and medical attention, and with the high death rate incident to any kind of sickness of people so situated. In response to the urgent calls of distress, mainly from such sections, within four weeks this board, the U. S. Public Health Service, the Kentucky Red Cross and the State Council of Defense, meeting weekly, und utilizing their respective auxiliary organizations in every county and community in collecting information and extending help, OB physicians and 21S nurses and Sisters of Charity were sent to do relief work, often under difficulties and living conditions easier to imagine than describe. Except in such sections and in some of the wealthiest counties, where short- sighted, niggardly Fiscal Courts have always forced doctors to carry on health work at their own expense, or leave it undone, the epidemic was soon under such measurable control that it was thought safe to remove or greatly liberalize the quarantine restrictions from the jurisdictions first attached which had good health organizations, until this has now been done in nearly all cities and in about two thirds of the counties. Everything went well for a few lays when, following the peace and similiar festivities, during which all rpecuutions and safeguards were thrown to the winds, a notable Increase of new cases, fortunately of a milder type, was reported almost everywhere, until in many counties the disease a;ain assumed such an epidemic form that demands were constantly rt;elved for a renewal of the restriction, the local authorities often Imposing them without waiting for advice. Except in a few instances this Board has insisted that, as the more violent and fatal stage of this epidemic has passed, individual cases and families be more rigidly isolated than in the past without again closing churches and schools and the ministers, teachers, the press, and all other leaders of public opinion be nlisted in the education of the people in the recognized methods of Its prevention, and especially about staying away from crowds and places where it is likely to exist. Within the last few days such insistent representations came in from Louisville that the disease had again reached such epidemic proportions as to require action by this Hoard, its officers on last Wednesday afternoon called a conference of leading genera! practitioners of that city in Infororder to get reliable, first-han- d mation. It was the unanimous opinion of these gentlemen that, while the diseare was far milder and, differed from the earlier stage of the epidemic in that it attacked children more frequently than adults, it was far more prevalent and widely dis tributed than at any previous time, nd without a dissenting voice they recommended that all restrictions be several of them asserting thalthcy were advising all families under their care to keep the children out of school and that both the children and parents stay away from all public gatherings until the danger was over. Immediately upon the simultane ous perfection of the vaccine for the prevention of Influenza and its fatal complications, by the laboratories of the Rockefeller Institute, the Mayo Clinic and several private manufacturers, a few weeks ago, and its ap proval by the Surgeon General of the Army and other proper authorities, this Board began earnest effort to secure It in quantities but, on account of preference being properly given to the urgent needs of the Army and other branches of the public service, only small supplies could then be obtained for use in a few highly infected districts and families. While this conference with the Louisville physicians was being held a wire was received from Dr. Rosenow, Director of the Mayo Laboratories, at Rochester, Minnesota, that 10,000 doses of the vaccine had been sent to the1 Board and that 100,000 more would follow as needed, for free distribution to all health officials and physicians who would keep and return to this Board for tabulation the records and results of alt inoculations. With these generous supplies of vaccine in its possession and with a strong and active Health Department urnl excellent public spirited profession, to administer it, even in the light of grave conditions revealed by the conference, it was decided, for the present at least, to place supplies of sccino in the hands of all health officials of the State for their own use, and for distribution to physicians who will keep and return the record of cases, and to ask the City Health Department of Louisville, and of other cities so far as practicable, to open one or more Free Clinics for the free inoculation of the Indigent, placing a very liberal construction upon this term. Recognizing that picture shows, years of age should be rigidly cxcluil ed from picture shows. In general the Board advises dur ing this epidemic that you: Keep away from all crowds of 1. all kinds. Keep out of the sick room nnd 2. away from houses with sickness, un less your semces arc needed. Keep clean and wear a mask if you do go. 3. Walk to jour place of business if possible ovoid crowded cars. 4. Cover your cough or sneeze and keep away from people who do not. 5. Keep away from dirty eating and soft drink houses. C. Open your windows nt night. adding extra bedding If necessary. 7. Ca!t"a physician if you or your family show any signs of sickness. 8. After influenza, stay in bed until your doctor advises you to get up. 9. Do not handle anything from the sick room until it has been boiled. 10. Have and do little visiting until this epidemic is over. 11. Cordially cooperate with your Health Officer and Physician In preventing the spread of Influenza. By order of the Board. JOHN G. SOUTH, M. I)., AND STOCK SALE. 304.96 ACRES. Tuesday, December 17th. 10:30 A.M., RAIN OR SHINE. LOCATION. On Old Frankfort and Elk Chester Pike, S miles from Lexington, (5 miles from Versailles, 6 miles from Midway and 1 mile from Elk Chester Station. Known as the C. L. Wheeler farm, now owned by Isaac Miller, of Lexington, and W. H. Henkel, of Bardstown, Kentucky. To dissolve partnership for the above named parties, we will as the igents, sell to the highest and best bidder on the above named date 304.96 as follows: acres, acres, has a good two-stor- y TRACT 1. Containing 130 brick house, extra good repair, cellar in basement. Stock barn, tobacco barn, cribs and all other necessary outbuildings, good cistern and spring, plenty of fine stock water, 20 acres sowed to wheat, 10 acres in rye, 40 acres in blue grass, 60 acres m clover and stubble. All of this tract President. is extra good land and will grow tobacco. Here is one of the best opporJ. X. McCormack, M. I)., Secretary. tunities for a farm of this size in Fayette county. house, small stock barn and stock scales, The Cause of the Spirit TRACT 2. 53.59 acres, 25 acres in blue grass, 15 acres in rye, balance was in corn, hogged down of Hatred In Germany We have known the Germans who this year. All good land and everlasting water. have settled among us as a kindly, 59.21 acres, house, and a new 12 acre tobacco barn, patient, enterprising and inoffensivs TRACT 3. people. Such also was the estimato 20 acres of wheat, 20 acres of clover, balance was m corn this year, hog which most nations had formed of the ged down, well watered. German race. The atrocities which Germany committed in the war its y 4 TRACT 4. 61.77 acres, one frame house, 1 relapse into the cruelties of barbarroom brick house, tobacco barn and other outbuildings. All of this ism have been the marvel of the world impossible of belief until tract is in wheat, except 5 acres in blue grass. All good land, and well proved by unimpeachable testimony. sub-divid- ed 4-10 15-ar- ce two-stor- re cent stores and department stores during special sales and other hours of congestion, are constant sources of danger in an epidemic like this, these and ull similiar places were commended to the special care of the boards of health of all cities, with authority, even to the point of closing, to impose any restrictions necessary to protect the public health, recommended and it is especially during the period of this epidemic all children under sixteen The original cause of these cruelties was the spirit of hatred which the German government instilled in In the early days of to the army. the war the author of the "Hymn of Hate", a rancorous nnd bitter poem directed against England, was decorated by the government, and the verses themselves were sung with acclaim throughout the army. The same spirit was shown when the Ger man government struck a medal commemorating the destruction of the "Lusitania". The evidence of hatred has been notably absent from the French armies. France has suffered more cruelly from the war than1 any other of the allied nations, but we reud that her soldiers as a rule have showed much kindness toward German prisoners. We trust that our young men will hold the same humanity in their hearts that as our president has done, they will discriminate carefully between the cruel nnd autocratic German government and the misled people who obeyed and trusted it. We shall look for our boys to como home with just indignation, indeed, excesses toward the German war-tim- e and cruelties, but with only sympathy in their hearts for the Germun civilian and peasant classes, who have suffered much in the years of war. watered. LIVE STOCK. We will at the same time sell the following: 40.head of hogs, weigh about 100 pounds each, 100 extra good stock ewes, 10 good work mules, 4 to 6 years old. 40 head of extra good stock cattle, 500 to 800 pounds. TOOLS. e 2 disc plows, one disc harrow, 3 cultivators. 1 mower, 1 60- e 1 wagon, 1 hay rake. All of these tools are tooth harrow, new, having been used but just part of this season. same as Here is your opportunity to buy the best farm that has been offered m Fayette county. When we say this we mean land that will produce a crop any season, wet or dry. The improvements are good, the land is good, the neighborhood can not be excelled, the location could not be improved on. Every tract of this land will grow tobacco, and will pay tor itself m one year if planted in tobacco. We are going to offer this separately, but we reserve the right, if we so desire, to offer it as a whole, or to offer any two tracts together. For people out of Lexington wanting to go to the sale, there will be an automobile accomodation that will leave the Fayette Bank Building at 9:30 a. m. For further information call Isaac Miller, phone 1397, or the Interstate Realty Co., 1108 Fayette Bank Building, Lexington, phone 3812. TERMS: Will be very liberal, and made known on day of sale. If a rainy day, the sale will be held in the large tobacco barn. two-horstwo-hors- INTERSTATE 1108 REALTY COMPANY. tat FAYETTE BANK BUILDING, LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY, PAUL FINCH, Manager. The Central Record, Thursday, Dec 12. 1918 FARM ANIMALS RAISING CARGO OF SUPPLIES ' WELL-BRE- sWlNE Return Monty Invttttd More Quickly Than Any Other Farm Anlml Except Poultry. t'nltfd PiaIps Drpnrt-intn- t vl Agriculture) Ko branch of live stock forming gives better results lliaii tin- - raising swine when conducted nf well-breWilli n reasonable amount of Intelligence. The- hog Is one of the rncivt Important nnlmnls In rnl'eon the fnnn, imiit or for jirnllt, nnd im either farm Is coin hlo unless some ling arc to nlil In Hie modern method of Tin- - fanners f the South fanning. nml West, nwnki nlng tn tin- - merits of tlio hoe. nre rapidly Increasing their output of Hirk nml tlx t r I'M. I; aclabor, counts. Tin- - hog requires equipment, lei capital, nml tnukc hundred pounds of grmtir gnlns rohCMitrnlos than nny other farm reproduces hlmn If faster nml ui' (lie In greater ti'itnhers; nml return neney Invested more quickly tlmn nny other form unlinnl ixrept mltry. nc In tlio trucking nml irili MVtlon of the I'nltnl Sutra hogs nrc (Preraffd lh lr fr k't ls !" t Peoples Tobacco Wareh'e Col I GOES TO ARCHANGEL Red Cross Sends Relief Ships for Allied Soldiers-anCivilians in. Starving Russia. 'this A relief ship was recently Bent from CARDS. , J.J.BvrnR inclusive Optometrist. DANVILLE, - KENTUCKY. Opposite Gilchcr Hotel. Office Hours 8 to 12 DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. rat i 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 representatives to ANY MARKET IN KENTUCKY A Good Floor Savca Feed and It an Aid in Fighting Vermin. . uxil to consume various unmarketable substance-Tin' value of milk It known on every fnrni nlthotich It may nml nny on not ho fully nriTi-clnttipic know thi keen who has appetite they have for milk nml It product. In tin neighborhood o( mnny larre dalrlc iork production ha I rcome a very prominent nml lucrative supplement to the dnlry Indu-trThe hoc I olo n large fuctor In cheapening the production of Peef Mors are plnrtil In the cntlte feed lot to Willie tin' corn nml other fced which the entile have foiled to dices! and which otherwise would lie wntiiL In tunny cnet Hoc following ste-e- r have Increnvd the profit per steer hj I nrnier $1) to (3. nnd hotel eml re taurnnt owner nrr using kitchen rcfue to proline salable iwrk. In the fnrt. ns n consumer of line tin no rival. many However, till propensity In I lulnc tnken unfair advantage of through Ignorance nml lack ol rare, Jlllk product, nnlmnl olTnl, etc, which contain disease germ, especially those of tuberculous, nrc Thl practice not only Riven to results In spreading dlscnse hut causes lot") In the hoc themselves through Alt such condemnation at slaughter. hould he effectively sterilized product feel. before being fl until that date. No market willhave 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 olir 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 fire- -' proof 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 bo, "Over the Top and a Square Deal." and a Kentucky wel- The 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'consulorod by expert judges to be the jbest one in all the South. Come the first day to hear him. Now tha 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. country to Archangel hy the Aiuerlcnn lied Cron with 4,(500 tons of drurs. food, soap and other sup-pilfor the use of the Allied soldiers jand needy Chilians In Hint part of d Itussla. The vi ssel'a cargo wna nt $1,511,23.".. Later, nnolhcr ship wna d!5patehcd "00 tons of similar supplies j carrying rurnMiod liy the American Hed Cross, ' the total expenditure ror the two hlp- -' inents niiiounllliK to over $2,000,010. Major T. Williams of IUUImorc was In eharee of the party of thirteen which accompanied the shipment from this country, lie was formerly a tncm-- ( her of the Hed Crin Commission for Itounmi.in. .Major Klrkpntrick, atone time n lacmher of the latter corarnls-- , slon, hut recently attached to the Army Medical Corp, heads tho mcdl-- , nil end of the Archangel cspendltlon. j Drui." tihd c,'ncrnl hospital supplies the erenter part of the , constituted rarcn Mnt from America. While the chief concern of the ex-l- r edition wns pnnldlng comforts for j American and Allied t'.rlitlnc men In that part of the world, all efforts were ' hetit to Ret relief to the Hussion tol- -' tilers who were returned from (ler-- ! man prison camps nt the rate of ahout 1,V"0 n week. The condition of these ' nun wns pltlnhle. It has teen estl-- I mated that 10 per cent, of them were tuherculiir. In addition to drtiKS nnd food, ol-- I most oery Imaginable nrtlcle on the list of supplies sent over was for the comfort, comcnlcnco and pleasure of the Allied soldiers. Just a few of these articles were rlajinc cards, razor blades, Jewsharps, mandolins, ukuleles, pliuno;rn4s, ncconleons, skates wigs, whiskers, grease paints, footballs, snon shoes slippers, hockey outfits, Indoor baseballs, moving picture outfits, Illbles, prayer books, boxing gloves, games, music, books, cigarettes, candy nnd dried fruits. The need of prompt relief for the ' Inhabitants of towns nlong the coast I and on the Kola of the White peninsula, many of whom were facing starvation, was found to be Impcra-- I tlve. Scurry had broken out among the people at these places, adding to the general distress. The tons to which the relief was sent nrc virtually Isolated from the outside world because of the treacherous coast line, shifting sand bnrs nnd uncharted waters. An exceptionally early frost, even for that part of the world, ruined the harvests, which were expected to Improve conditions. Statements, Printed In Russian, explaining the work of the Ited Cross, were distributed among the and 1 to 5 p.m. Or. Wm. D. Pryor, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. Office at Itainey Lancaster. a Livery Stable. Kentucky J. A. Beazlev rUNCRRL DIRECTOR Office Over National Hank. Hcsidence i'honu 3. OlSce Phone 27 LANCASTER. KY. H. J. PATRICK, Dentist. Kentucky. Paint Iick, Or. Prinlus Call. Walker Day or 317. KENTUCKY. VETERINARIAN. Aniw.red Xicht. LANCASTER, Promptly Phone Honaker Fine Cut Flowers. 'John IV). TtflcRoberts. W. A. WHEELER DENTIST LANCASTER, Hours JOHN WHITE - KENTUCKY. p.m. 7:30-- Office over Stormes Drue Store. a.m. -1 9 p.m. LOUISVILLE, KY. 4 GO. Llb.nl aaaertmtat ad full value pal for .FURS Hld.a 4 Scat a)UM aXTTl BOOKKEEPING Buslnts8.Phoniigraphy TRIBUTES FROM BAKER WILBUR R. SECRETARY TYPEWRITING and MITH BUSINESS COILESE l -- TF.T.EGRAPHY ilrlmr hz: FEEDING NEW CORN TO STOCK Not Sifa for Hoga and Mulea Liable to Produce Disorders Give Hog Mineral. New com la not n safe train for work Iior'i-- s olid mules, na It I liable If to produce colic nnd Indigestion. fed. fpeil only the drvot If mint or fix ear earn, not more than four at end), meal. A small quantity of Halt thould l) sprinkled on each feed. A licltcr nnd Mifcr method la to feed hnlf corn and hulf oata. If green corn Is fed to hoc, the Rifest plan Is to feed the entire Halks Keed with the ears on the stalk. minll quantities nt each moul; spread tho corn out In !ie reed lot so that ono will cet Its rull ahnre. Keep n rull supply or wood nnd coal ohea, liumt wood nnd corn-eo- h charcoal under cover In tho reedlug pen, so tho hoes can help tliemtcUca. These minerals nro useful In correct-In- s the ucldlty of tho Rrcen fodder and corn. VALUE Tollowlng a tour of South England, Secretary of War llakcr made thla comment on the work done by the American Ited Cross for our hoya: "These are the things whlcfi count The American Hed Cross, Is to be congratulated on tho way In which It Is looking after our boys. It la doing fine work." following his return from France, Secretary Iiaker wrote this note to the American Ited Cross In London: "I left I.ondon so shortly nfter my drive to Wlpchester that I had no early opportunity to thank you for the courtesy of the touring car which you placed nt my dlstmsal for the trip. On this trip to Kuropc I have receives! fresh and noteworthy evidence of tho astonishing efficiency of the American Hed Cross operations In Franco nnd England. I have been delighted to se'e how much the American lied Cross has dono to weld hearts of the allied people together." Replacing the Orchards. The American Ited Cross has given fl0,000 to assist In the replanting of trees In the orchards laid bare hy the Germans. With this sum 40,000 fruit trees will be replncesl lh the dovn tnted orchards of Belgium and north ern France. -- vst- - i on r r Iti er..ld.nl h rraaan.ii I"' liteivvit-Hi- rnFf '-- " su Knl.r row. ' aiTii,iimin,ai. """"i'! The undersigned hereby give warning to all persons not to trespass upon our lands for nny purpose whatever as we will prosecute nil offenders to the fullest extent of the law. Hunters and fishermen especially tale notice. R. L. Elkln. Mrs. Cora Phillips. Mrs. Emma Daniels, R. L. Arnold. Mrs. Sarah J. P. Hackley, Mrs. Emma Higginbotham, ' Edd and N. D. Trice. , S. C. Iiigahy. POSTED Pnultrcr Tonic ftoljf Cures amj Ecyf&ti fHxtUryUauft w.sh aNXi ctuloni vt Uo I est of 5 WW Utj, trctRt rlHr vwaw At UnJl- l- ill riif( 9 OtUtTtlWaVKt!. fitn or by null lMJstiii IlnsclJcn Brothen. Interctt. OF ACRE OF ALFALFA Retult of Interesting Experiment Con. ducte'd on Kantat Agricultural College Farm. Kxperlmcnts conducted on tho Kan-an- a collice farm have ncrlculturul shown that 170 pouml of preen alfalfa, cut und fed In a dry lot, wn equal to 100 pounds of corn. Kir pound of corn wn necessary to produce a imund of pork, so tho 1T0 pounds of nlfnlfa produced 102-- 3 pounds of pork. KtP uintlnc Unit during the Feason an acre of ulfalfu will )leld 0,(100 pounds of Krccu hay, this, If cut und fed green with corn, would make 2.000 pounds of pork. Figuring this pork at the prevailing price will give some Idea of tbe vnlue of an acre of alfulfa. 1 j i In rrest rpcaks nil sorts or tonguea nnd p'ava nil sorts of parts, even the part of tho disinterested.--L- a s IVnn A desk originally owned by William Ami n ita,iI mirri.il l.v VI.Iap Ptnn's Desk and Long's Sword. 1 1. M. DUNN, President L.VOK, Llilie'il oiuies en.iueers, wiiuu bo was a member of the first official government survey of the Rocky Mountains were among the articles bequeathed In tbe will of the late William Foulko Johnea of New York. Mr. Johnex left the old' desk to hU widow, with the provision that on her death It Is to go to Independence hall, The sword was given to the Smithsonian Institution. The Central Record, Thursday, Dec 12 1918. OESf LAND 150 150 ""AT TEN O'CLOCK, A. M. 1 -- ItZZJC USED AUTOMOBILES. Now is the time to buy and.save money. guarantee every'car we sell. We CLUBS AID FEEDING Very METHODS OF- Noticeable Changes Have Come About as Result of Demonstrations by Members. 1018 1915 1916 1916 Tuesday, Dec. 17th, LOCATION-Thr- ee miles from Danville on the Hustonville pike, known as the McGraw farm, now belonging to Floyd Curtis. POSSESSION GIVEN AT ONCE. TO BE SOLD ON EASY TERMS. Will be offered in two tracts of about 50 acres and 100 acres or as a whole to suit the purchaser. NEW BUNGALOW OF FOUR ROOMS AND TWO PORCHES, Dairy House, large stock and tobacco barn. The farm is level and gently rolling, well fenced and everlasting water. On the best pike in Boyle county and close to railroads, schools and churches. te THIS FARM IS GOING TO SELL FOR THE "HIGH DOLLAR" Will also sell a lot of corn in crib And in the shock , also tobacco sticks, fodder and other personal property. DON'T FAIL TO ATTEND THIS SALE. the United statu ttopart mem or Agriculture.) One of the outstanding effects of the Iniys anil girls' pig club work Is the Improvement In feeding methods cm ployed by ndult.s who have followed the lend of some club member. Hten In the leading hog produclng state, where the imnllty of the hogs Is high, very noticeable, changes 111 feeding practices have come nbout as the re- ult of the demonstrations made by club members. In some instances It has been the r use of u for fattening hogs by n club member that was the means of causing the farmers of that commu nlty to adopt the same method. In other sections 'the use of a balanced ration by n club member caused tin farmers In his nclxhborhood to realize that corn alone Is u poor and exiien slve hog feed, or that grating crops or good pastures ure essential to economt cal gains on swine. In one county In Kentucky the demoiKtrJtlons were the means of Increasing the use of tankage, us a supplement to corn, from two tons to .j tons iht year In two years time. In Alabama the pig, 'lub agent ohtalacil n ixiuud of rape seed for each member w ho made a pre liminary report on his or her pig. As i result of this small beginning one store In ono county sold over l.ilu) inmnds of roH seed that fall and 1,--" pound the follow Ing spring, nnd now that county Is green with grazing Tops for bogs. Since rape has made i place for Itself In that county, the of soy beans, cowpeas, velvet lieans, etc. Is now being pushed. Sim liar results, though perhaps less strlk Ing. have been obtained In other states. Sixty-on- e per cent of the members who completed their work last year report the use of grazing or pasture crops.' The demonstrations by the bojs are closely watched by the adults. The keeping of records showing the Initial and QnnI weights, the amounts nnd lrtpareil by BuickRoadster $1150.00 Buick, five passenger 55b.0O Oakland, five passenger 623J.00 Overland, five passenger 600..00 Three 1917 Fords $400., $425., $4.50 SEE US AT ONCE. A The Danville Buick L. B. CONN, Proprietor, lo H Wfllnilt StrPPf. 31 rinnvlll r ii ii Ifunlni.!. ir irrr-- ir irM Call For Universal Membership. I.ast Christmas men 22.000.000 nnd women nnd 8,000,000 children nnsnered the call uf the lied Cross and became members of the world's grentest humanity cause. Those who experienced the sweet satisfaction of doing that much to help the work will gladly renew their memberships nnd nil others will join when they reniize the duty and privilege to do so. The war is over but there remains work of the greatest magnitude for the Ited Cross to do. nnd n campaign is on to secure unitcrsnl membership. It only costs $1 to loin. Knlist for the supreme service by answering the Christmas call is proposed in part to raise it by?, selling memberships In the organization nt one dollar. Surely everyone Aith n drop of milk of human sympathy n, uiiiihk uiv virilization and contributing his mite. Kvrry body is asked to do so and It is conlldently hoped that universal membership will be secured before the cmolng of the Yule Tide. Resolutions. Lodge No, Hall of 101, Ky. I'. and A. M., November L'Tth, ll 18. Whereas, the Death Angel has vis ited the home of our esteemed friend and Ilrother Mnnon, C. A Wheeldon, nnd, nfter n brief Illness, summoned him from his family here on earth to that Heaven of llest, from whence no traveler has ever returned, in the City not made with hands, eternal in the Heavens, where he has received the welcome plaudit: "Well done, good and faithful servant, thou hast been faithful over n few things, nnd I will make thee ruler over many things. Knter thou into the Kingdom of thy Lord." And, Whereas, Almighty God, in His infinite wisdom, has seen fit to call Ilrother Wheeldon from to Refreshments in the bloom of his life and the pride of his manhood to Join his loed ones gone before and to dwell in the Councils of his Lord with those forever blest, now, therefore, be it Itesolved, That we as n lodge and individually extend to his family nnd his friends our sinrrre and heart-fel- t sympathy and assure them that we share with them, in the loss of n husband, a father and n friend, their troubles and their sorrow and bid them look, in their trying hours for consolation, to God who alone can give them comfort und strength: and That u copy of these resolutions, after having been read in open lodge nnd spnad upon the minute books, be sent to the Central llecord for publication and u copy of the same be sent to the bereaved family. A. T. Anderson, II. 8. Hudson, W. A. Wheeler, Com. Live In Today. hi today's duty, fight todaj's temptations, and do not wenken and disI COUGHS AND COLDS QUICEYJEUEVED Dr. KInft'sNewDiscovcryuscd since Grant was President Get a bottle today It did !t fcr your grandma, for your father, l or fifty years this cough and cold remedy has kept an cvrrrjoniai; army of friends, young and eld. Tor half a century !ruis'' every-srhclave solj it. Iut a bottle in our medicine cabinet. You may need ?t in a hurry. Sold by druczuti ivcrywhrre. Dowels Acting Properly? Tney ought to, for constipation makes the txxlv retain waite matters ond impurities that undermine ths liealth and play havrwwitli the entire system. Dr. King's New Life rills are All reliable 'and mud In action. druss'Us. SWINEBROAD, The Real Estate LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. Likes Hot Stuff. The common green frog has been disof men so difficult n state ns those covered to possess an insatiate greed are honest, hut for wnps. This extraordinary appeare bewitched. tite does not seem to be In the least checked by an occasional stlng. The protecting color of the frog, which sits motionless upon leaves, no doubt deIn Defense of Poetry. ludes the most wary of Insects Into a Springtime wouldn't bo .prlngtlrae sense of security. without Its violets ctitmnn wouldn't be autumn without Its vivid foliage. Forests of the Caucasus. And the book of life wouldn't be complete without Its poetry. Christian The forests of the Caucasus In Itus-M- a are estimated at lU.OitO.ooo acres, Herald. chiefly In. the lilack Sea territory, which Is nt the rate of nearly 20 acres Dally Thouchi. to each Inhabitant. The forests of There Is n great deal . mnunred western Siberia have been scarcely excountry within us which wuh have plored, 0 but they'ure stated to be to be taken Into account In an er-acres In extent, more thaa half planallon of our gusts nnd storms. ' ' being In an absolute state of nature. George Hllot. Difficult fMan. There Is no class to be managed In whose Intentions whose consciences Napoleon. Men to Handle. Getting Rid of It Mary Kllzahcth had been sluing by her mother for n full hour trying with nil her might to make a dress for her dollle. Suddenly she heaved u deep sltb, nnd when her mother asked her why she did so khe replied, "Oh, I dess Just to let the tired get out." First Attempt to Explore Africa. The first organized attempt to explore the Interior of Africa was made by Mungo Park, who set sail on Ids Initial voyage to the Dark Continent 121 years ago. He returned two years nnd sewn months later after having a explored a considerable section of never before visited by a white nllhough he failed in his main man. purisisc, which was to trace the source of the Itlver Niger. 'Soldiers of the Community" Interest ed In Studying a Young Pig, to Be Shown at the State Fair. An Opportunity To Help Serve. imagination than actual fact, yet wonderful ns they have been the half has not been told of the noble achievements of the consecrated men nnd women who are giving their lives o the amelioration of suffering nnd caring for those who nre wounded. general .ick or nlTlicted. A noted says it is the greatest moral force ever conceived nnd has done more to keep up the morale of the army there by aiding it in winning battles, almost than munitions themselves. Hostilities have ctnscd, but not the need of the services of the Ilefl Cross. The story of the accomplishments of the American Ited Cross reads more like the invention of per fen 1,1 LUMBER ALL KINDS. STOVES 0 GOOD KIND. Builders Hardware. Hervey & Woods PAINT LICK, KENTUCKY. kinds of feeds used, the length of the tract yourself by looking frrward to things which feeding period, and the number of days o ennrnt see. nnd could not understand If you s.,w them. the pigs were on grazing crops Is Inter 'hurlcs Klngslcy. esting; the rate and cost of gains Is definite. Information the ndult lias wanted to know. The club work then Taking Our Share. Is u point of contact by means of In life It Is as It Is In armies; there county ngents may reach adults We have two millions of soldiers in Is n share of hardness for each one. which when the direct approach brings little France and it will take many months "Kucli man idmll bear Ids own burden." This Is part of the discipline of or no response. to bring them home nnd Ret the coun-- j life ami It makes confusion when try on a pence basis attain. Uesides, nny refuse only take Ihelr to khan. It Is FEEDING ALFALFA TO HORSES the people of the torn and bleeding! the wide distribution of the burden of countries, devastated and demorallz-- j Foclety many different shoulder It Should Be Given Sparingly at Di ed by war, must be succored and sus-- 1 that makes the world's work go d gestive Disorders Are Sure to even as smoothly us It does. One tallied to meet the serious battle of Follow Liberal Supply. me Hint conironis tnem. u takes man who will not take Ids share of hardness Is un enemy of nil willing Alfalfa hay Is a good horse feed, money and vast sums of it to enable workers. common opinion to the contrary not- the workers to do full service and it withstanding. The trouble Is that usually too much of It Is fed. It Is very rich nnd can hardly be considered roughage. We might utmost ns well FROM THE GARRARD BANK & TRUST COMPANY. dump a bushel of bran Into the mangers as to cram It full of ulfalfa. NOTICE. If horses have an abundance of It they November Cth, 1918 eat too much and often have digestive disorders us u result. You are undoubtedly aware that ns an original subscriber to Alfalfa should be fed very sparingly to horses. bonds of the Fourth Liberty Loan you are for the period of the Var und for two years thereafter urcorded an exemption from , surtaxes, excess profits and War profits taxes on the interest FEEDING CLOVER TO CATTLE received after Jununry 1, 1918 on an amount of 4 und 1 -t per cent bonds of the Liberty Loans previously issued eoual to Sweepings and Trash Accumulated In one und one half times the amount of your original subscription to the Fourth Loan, but not exceeding a total of $49,000 Barn Loft Should Be Saved for of principal of such previous Issues provided you still hold a Poultry Flock. proportionate amount of Fourth Liberty Loan llonds (originally subscribed for) at the date of your tax return. In other If one feeds clover to cattle, the words; such umount of bonds of the Fourth Loan must be resweepings and trash that accumulate tained In order to carry the exemption as to Income from preIn the barn loft ought ,to be saved. vious Issues. These sweepings are composed mostly This fact is of great Importance to tax payers and should not of shattered leaves and seeds, and are be overlooked. better for poultry than the whole plant FEDERAL RESERVE BANK OF CLEVELAND, One should have a barrel handy and Fiscal Agent of ids Unltsd States. store these sweepings against un future needs. f The Central Record, Thursday, Dec 12, 1918. fit M 1 7 !9 0 u ACROSS THE ROOF By JACK LAWTON. j COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF LAND. GAUnARD cincuiT count. Wm. Hurt's Admr., ot !, riffs. VS. Zeke Moborlcy, ct nl., Dcft.i. l ursuant to a jutlcment rendered nt the ovember Term, ltMR, the .cil Commissioner will tell nt public miction before the Court Heart- - Poor in Loncnstcr, Ky., at 11 oVocc, A. M on MONDAY. DECEMBER 23rd, 1018, U the first day of the Garrard C unt. Court Term, the renl estate r.icntloreu fn the pleadings and describe.) as follows: In Garrnr.l County, Kentucky, on the waters of Back Creek and bounded r.s follows: Beginning nt the middle of Back Creek on the line between Trav. Casey nnd John Casey, deceased, running with the branch to Cyrus Sanders line; thence with Sanders' line to Hack Creek nnd adjoining James East; thence with meanders of said creek to the beginning, . containing 8 acres. 2nd. Tract: Beginning at an oak, corner to Cyrus Sanders; thence with poles to a lynn his line X 45 E 32 up on Enst side of creek; thence W 00 poles to a stake: same S 00 W 26 poles S 2(5 51 thence S to a stnkc; thence with James Casey S CI 4 E 48 poles to n stake corner to Sanders; thence with his line N 78 4 E fi poles S 80 E 22 poles N 55 4 E 18.7 poles to Buckeye stump; thence N 27 4 E 12.4 roles to a stake in the middle of a branch; thence down samcN CO V.' 28.G poles to a stake; thence X 4G E 52.8 poles to the beginning, containing 37 acres 1 rood and 32 poles, both of said tracts containing 45 acres, 1 rood and 32 poles. 3rd. Tract. Beginning at a hack-herrcorner to Sanders; thence his line X 18 4 '.V 2d poles S S5 E 12 poles to a poplar X 20 4 W 32.0 poles to n stake in the east edge of a branch; thence up same S G 2 E 37 poles S 4G 2 E 1G poles to a stake in cast edge of branch; thence with said branch S 43 E 15 3 poles X 07 E 22 2 poles to the beginning, containing 20 acres. The Commissioner will sell said tracts separately and then as a whole end accept the bid which brings the most money. TERMS. The sale will be made on a credit of six and twelve months, nnd the Purchaser will be required to eACCute the purchase price, due in six and twelve months respectively, with approved security, said bonda bearing six per cent interest from date until paid, having the forco and effect of a judgment upon whicn ex ecution may issue, payable to V. II. Brown, Master Commissioner of the Garrard Circuit Court, and a lien will be reserved upon the property sold, until the puicnasc money U paid. W. H. BROWX, M. C. G. C. C. R. H. Tomlinson, Atty for n.'fi. "President Maker." political Thurlnw Wei d. nn leader of NVw Yorli. wns culled "the president maker." 1 ! wai prominent In procuring the nomination of Oen-irW. II. Hurrl'im In 1S40, of Gcn- iiral T.iilor In 1S-I- nnd of General In 1S52, though the last named l Scott was not iltetpil. In he supported Lincoln, thoush he had favored the nomination of William II. Seward of New York. He never held any public office. fnillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllln livijriiiii. Mis, w.t.ra .Nwi4t tit:o.i High up, nt tin' lnrk of the shabby otil mnnlon, Dorn began her career as nn artist. And when tin- - Ms rented romii seemed unusually lion', I torn, with her happy sanguine spirit, c. hrrclf uikhi Its "sky light.' There wore dny, however, nlii-t- i the Ujlltlilllslit foiled ti compensate. When those rcllecllons threatened to otircoino lirr, I rn himiM nrl briskly In llclit tho rne shndeil lump uhleli m lur comfort. "Silly," she wnulil ri prove herself, "glooming nny, while Ihwi innr young pinpli nn- - cinjlng jour npnr. rut rojnl mnl tn fnme nnd fortune; Jim should ln crntoful, my dear grr.ti. fill as rnti Hint jmi ran sell sletrhcs enough tn almost pay your lodging." Horn iltil tint montlon payment of food. S.iiiii ilnii' Dora's fooii was not worth mentioning. I'pir Ins trials as n rule, whin she tihllid Iiit dniw-Inc- : n dinner it tjio no ci li lirntlon Mtti li tli ihifks mm In. Ant nn, working fevirlhly, "rutin: miiih hint-Insaving nltogithir too intnh food, It wan ii'it slmnre Hint tin- - ambitions rlrl nwakmut one m.rnlnc to f ' 1 lursolf III, I'll the rnnicHillnciil l.l. whkti pnsed ilny tlinin nt n conch. Iorn wondered ninklr. mnrrrnlne n uniilil tin" problem f iiiinl whlrh be iiiiiiHi' tn ITipnr'. tin li cm' up Hip problem In it t'iie nml ilriuml. oto t. ' Wiin arnln lur cray tin lows Mrvtrlnil ncri the rimm. while over tlii' sloping roof biniu'li lur window, rump n stream of I1 tit fmiii nn opposite npnrluii nt. Dorn llkcal tn look Intii Hip reo'rs of this luiir,4uty ni'iKilntiil itpirtmint building toncrlnc nt mi- - tlip Almost It was likp i.lil shabby bouse gazing tiHin tin stiige of n tlirntiT. riilljr linked nmn pusslnc to nr.I fro, tin n t'xi, Idling about tin lone, smiling room, line who rump nml nt nt iitnoni: tliim hml tin appearance of n dlstlnniMml nrtnr. Pom llkiil lil fnli Hiip Tuiiilifnl fnrp t'lulli It' rniun of trnm:'lj' ntiltp tmtr. Sii'Wiiily from ttic cnml.il roof wlnOow, n nm ml nml furry Mil chimp Irnplns ovir Hip till. Inrn tmiiiil foriinl llttPiilnr. until wltli n ronilnc wMiip n unnll liltp ilT ttiHl ..tip lirr rot. puttliit forth a 319 ACRES 319 --ONE MILE FROM WALLACETON, SIX MILES FROM PAINT LICK, FIVE MILES FROM BEREA, KY, KNOWN AS THE GEORGE MITCHELL FARM. WILL BE INTO SUB-DIVIDED 25 to 100 ACRE TRA6TS To Fit YourPocket Books SITUATED ON TWO COUNTY ROADS, AND GOOD FRONTAGE. DWELLINGS AND THREE BARNS AND MANY OUTBUILDINGS. Mr. Mitchell has decided to quit farming and this farm will be absolutely sold for the HIGH DOLLAR. TERMS WILL BE MADE LIBERAL AND STATED AT THE SALE. Remember ' lr HAS THREE GOOD pnw. In tn r rm. l. "Vou ilpnr IIHIp Hilnc " lir Hipn nil nt our.- - lxira' nrmt Iny Hill. Aniliily Hip liir' mot iilrtpl Inijulrlncly nt lirr nliltp nrnit. onrp or twin nn ms-r- r nt lipr utirpiiilt toncn' fnrp. tin n Imi k o. r Hip lll nml arrot Hip roof rii'ti il Hip (urry lly. TIip linmlomp miin of Hip nlil'p Imir liml Jut nttl.il ltliiipif for n It forp low. rlni; Hip i t nine tmokp. Mlmlnw tlimlp lip liml Imikul .'otom IMIcMlly tho rlrl rnncht Hip nnt-m- np Vi" ' '? f lpil thetay. s Hip riHif touiinl umk It n n ho I'urkin.il. In hl "You hIh-i- i il.tiiplailntinrnt. ihilr hp I.1111.1I link a with nn nlr of lnliw iht n htili trmmhli'! pontine to hit knr, "plmlne Irunnt nrnln, .hJ" I I! ! 1'lulT In nn inooil for it-Jln- c rii rr. ly ln rnuclil nt Hip innn't lipvr ninnlns 11 frw from him Iip hnrkiil Ixirk iipponllniily. " frownoil Hip "Whnt Hip illrki nt ni innn. It ttat i ililmt Hint Hip iIpS inlrpBtlni: him to follow. Ihirtor Wilton iliiiiliil In ohry thr nii.mnr nhlm. HI" inotliPr'x niltlne of ruff liml mmlp thp lltllp rrpiitnrr In hump miijk nlimt limnnn. TIip iloctnr folloi-i- l Ihrniich tl"" 1'rinih iloor tn Hip npnrtmrnt roof, lie rnmt." triitp! Hip "l" aturday, Dec 21 At ten o'clock, rain or shine. part of it. Will be sold worth the money. tn Your price will buy this good gently rolling farm or some All of this land is susceptable to profitable cultivation and is now mostly in grass. DON'T FORGET THE DAY. Farm can be seen any day. i hoillntiil nt riu ft houmlpil nrro- - 1l1.1t oilur roof, Hun hlmlrully rontlniu-Hi1 dintp, IMtnpp'nrliiE ov.r Ihp till of lnrn'i J Printing In Chtna. The Chinese follow the primitive wny if printing from incravid wooden block". The matter to ho printed l flr- -t written liy lueuni of Ink, upon TRfier which Is pasted face downward Vpen u block of u pour or plum tree. After the puper becomes dry It Is rubbed until nn Inverted Imprenlon of the characters Is left. Then the blank tpaees ore cut nwny nnd the Mock Is turned out tn the printer, who works by hand. Ho takes care to Ink tho ehi.nutirs iqimlly uud to avoid tear-in- s C.f1 the Impression. Blmlow Hip iIob ttMl iinniUtuknl.ly rnlliil to hftn from IiiIIp. In Hint ono tlmft of llcht Hip ilortor taw a Ctrl'" whlti' Hptiirnril fnrp thP Iip rnncht hit hrralh. I!"v ClrlV fn pft ofli-Iip hml mil Hip imip fruimil In Hip ohl Iioiim' finturrt , R. G. WOODS. PAINT LICK, KENTUCKY. ious. It Helps! There can Lc no dcubt as lo the r. cit cl Cirdui, the worrjii's tor.,:, In the trcal.T.er.t of mzny troubles peculiar to women. The thousands oi women u!:o have teen helped by Cardtii In the past 40 years, is conclusive peel iliat it is a pood medicine for women who suffer. It should help you, too. of us are good people. We If we weren't, we wouldn t admit It ns often us we do. The trouble is to get other people to believe it. When a man has had a first-claopportunity of profiting by sinister practices nnd hasn't taken advantage of it he doesn't need to toot his horn. His record docs that for him. Your Uncle Sam is in the position Ho has hml of that gentleman. nmnv a chnnca of territorial expan sion at tho expense of weaker neigh bors, nnd has turned it down. He In't iicrfect. but his record is pretty good, and it will help him at the Xot many of the peace conference. conferees will attend with as clear a conscience. Th world Is fortunate In not nnv- ing to depend on guesswork in siz u nas ing up America's principles, ranted. Now. "Of eviurte, this Is oil n dream," Ilia the same advantage with regard to of- The council of National Defense girl murmured, "hecante I have to British navy. the .ten wlthed to be over here." If England wero to assure us tnat has had a change of heart. "Sometimes our drrtimi come trvO Not long ago it besought us to be supremacy would be benevosuld the man, end as he looked down naval It berated the extravn-gan- t, lently used we might be skeptical In tightwads. upon her Into Ids f jes cume 0 light and applauded the parsimon But England's of proof. default lov. Mont Whin Hip ilortor Hchtnl Hip Dorn nilHil loly lu r ihirk frlncnl llilt. "Anything tn rnt toilnyT Iip ntki-il- , hit tlnci rt on Iiit puln. It win too tnucli troiihlo tn rrply to tin jiiutiB nrtUt think lur honil. "Or yi'ttiTilnyl" nfkiil Iho ilortor. IHirn milloil wnnly. "Vottprihiy l loo fnr nwny to rompmlnT." lirr ')' fill upon Hip now Jnyoui riufr. "Oil!" the imirnniriil, "jou rnmp for your ilos. Hp Ults hip tomrllmri. You ilon't inlml?" TIip mn miiIIpiI ilnn upon hrr. "lie win i'mii nicer," I'oru rontlil-- I crnl. "when ho Miiilnl." It wn ttrnncp Hint fip hml Icnrnoil lilt fnrp tn well. Klio win niro (lint the couhl tkctcll from mrmory lit every line. "I ilhl not come for the line." Invlil Wilton mid Krotly. "I mine for ou. I hove n mother over In that hiilhlln who linn ouly Fluff upon which to lavish her enre. H ftrlken mo Hint you Sly mother Hceil tome cure yourtelf. wilt ilellcht In Clvliis It." Pora't Suddenly tooplnK Re llfti-Jlght weight In Wi nrrot. Before the apartment building ha roof door of the C. The Challenge Of The Past. ndmit it. maritime strength has been excrcis. notn. ed with singular benevolence bly in the suppression of slave traffic where no mercenary motivo was even faintly perceptible. Just exactly who has been victimized by it is hard to say. The meaning of that mysterious of the expression, "The freedom seas" has never been completely clarified. It doesn't need to be. We know by experience what free seas are. The seas have been free to everybody since Xoah went sailing, nnd it is rather lute to start nn ar gument about it now. If Uncle Sam contributes his vast naval power to the policing of the him oceans no one will welcome more heurtily than John Bull. But Johnny is not likely to Junk his drendnaughU, and we should worry while Johnny pays for them. Seirel:icht Rife. To enal lo hun'on. tn m rnti ; nlra without them. ut game ut tilslit. im i;tu 'h:rnn tins Christmas wns to be like Lent Inventnl n seanl !pl t 'n t mountid pushed forward on the calender it beneath the iniizrle of a i 'I I supplied with current from r Mi nisi littery In was to be n season of abstinence. the stock nf the Yitapnn. We were not to buy candy for our best girls, or cigars for cur lest friends. Now the Council tells us to go as fnr as we like. "Buy all the stick stogies and cuffpins, chocolate, links", tl asys. "Buy the kids the toys they holler for. Make the girls sick with marshmallows ami meringNot Really Sardines. A largo proportion of tho sardines tnken along the Atlantic const of this country and Canada nre not true ardlnes but lire the young of the herring and menhadden. They nre prcputvt! In about the same way im true European sardines, however, and It would puzzle mine of the most experliiueil eplcuns to distinguish the spurious front the genuine. It told us to make n list of u'l things wc liked, and to learn to )iv2 Take It's All Very ues." It is the command of Grosvenor B. Clarkson, acting director of the Council. He announces that prewar conditions must be established Avoid Becoming Nagger. as quickly us possible. It is essential If you find yourself Inclined to be to prosperity. Money must circulate come u nagger )ou had better arply freely, and the wheels of antebellum production must be set turning ut for n little vurutlon uud a chnnge of top speed. And Clarkson is right. Very well, folks of LANCASTER. The word of Grosvenor It. must be obeyed, nnd we have enough stores in town to make it easy. But be gentle to the tolling store-clerk- s, and don't crowd all their work into the last twelve hours. Ths Woman's Tonic "I was passing through the . . . My back and Ilixson, Airs. N. B. Varncr, of Tenn.. writes! Different n scene. Absence from home and business Is often the Ixtt cure for a blue goggled vision. A little contact with tho world and the struggles of others often helps make home folks more reuscouble ut least for a time. Forestall the inuludy by learning to see the better side of life. Practice kindly speech even If It hurts you. sides were terrible, and my suffering Indescribable. 1 can't tell just how and where I hurl, about I all over. I think began Cardui, cad ny pains crew less and less, until iwas cured. I aai remarkably s'.rcng for a woman 64 vears ol aje. jooaumv nourewori:- .Y iaraui. louay. ... tib The Central Record, Thursday, Dec 12 1918. to- 88 Ml J. E. Dickerson's Annual Clearance Sale Womens and m Misses Winter Dainty Suits, Coats, presses PRACTICAL AND SERVICEABLE GARMENTS, LOW PRICED. At Great Savings. Extraordinary Value in Lingerie Great Opportunities. Most attractive Chic Georgette Blouses in all colors. For Gilt Purposes. Shop early for choice selections, as you are sure of getting a garment superior and distictly appealing in every respect. m or mama PAINT LICK m vat ter. Mrs. W. past two weeks. Shelby Jett was brought home from the Heren Hospital Sunday and is reported as recovering nicely from the gun shot wound. Mr. Roy Estridge has been mustered cut of the camp at Indianapolis, and is expected home this week with his wife nnd little baby. The many friends of Jim Harve Ralston are glad to welcome him back his honorable home. He received discharge from otTicers training camp in Georgia. Mrs. Fannie Wnlker of Lancaster is the guest of Robert Walker this week. She will leave for Eminence to visit her daughter, Mrs. Joe Calloway, Tuesday. Lottie Glllion eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Gillion, died Thursday of pneumonia, following influenza, burial took place at Old Paint Lick Friday morning. Mr. Dock Hendren and family are moving this week to their new home Mr. which has just been completed. Tcvis Rayburn and family have taken W. West. Floyd Coldiron came home Satur-Littl- c Kathcnne Ledford is quite day having been mustered out last I ill with influenza. .week from Camp Taylor. Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Kirk were in J Mrs. Harry Jlctv horter and Mrs. Lancaster, Friday. B. IJ. Montgomery wire shoppinc in Mrs. P. H. Smith was hostess at an nichmond onc day Ias xveek, elegant dining on Sunday. ! Turkeys are selling at "4 cents on ..1.. .......... " """-'.loand a great many are coming recovered from an attack of the flu. in to Coldiron's l'uultry House, Dr. H. J. Patrick went to Louisville The influenza epidemic has Lodge abated here enough for the school to Monday to attend a Grand meeting. open until after the first of the year. Mr. George Treadway is able to be Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Riddcll went to out again after having a relapse of ICingjton, Sunday, to see his neice. influenza. Miss Archie Maupin, who is quite ill. Mrs. N. W. Rogers and children Mr. I.i?Tt Pnto. mnvail tht ' "v: . t. I t . &c i-- ou ...... if ... .eek tQ j,p Ffank - CaleSi ncar w,u lieiiw ounu., v.ui C. Wynn. more where she expects to make her Mrs. Lizzie Patrick of Paintsville, ' home, is visiting the family of her son, Dr. ! Private Stephen Todd who has for-J. Patrick. 'merly been stationed at Camp Sevior Mr. Boyd Wynn is carrying the S. C, has been transferred to Camp mail in his car now which adds great- - Dix, X. J. J ly to his comfort. , JIr. and Mrs. John J. Howard of Mr. Wright Kelly of Berea, is the , Lnyman, Ky, have been visiting their guest for several weeks of his daugli- - daughter, Mrs. A. B. Wynn for the the rooms which they vacated. Be sure and see our Dolls, nove'lis, eir nit suitable for Christmas j:ifts. Mrs. ilclln Arnold I'rarcis. The dinner at the McWhorter sale retted the snug sum of JllIU.oj and the pig donated by Mr. McWhorter brought both of which amounts were given to the War Work Fund. 7. Uncle Ham's best Christmas may not be delivered, late in the winter. ent will be his boys home again Insect Intelligence. It Wasp rank next to the higher however, until rlnsse of ants In idnt of Insect rres. Mr. McWhorter very generously do- nated all provisions for the dinner which is greatly appreciated by nil. Whether it is cotfee or woolen xoods or railroad fares that go up, fate has decreed that the advance .hall come out of the ultimate How satisfactory that would Smallest National Park. be if you and I didn't happen to be The smallest of ur nation! parks ne ultimate consumer! acres ami Is contains Jut thirty-eigh- t Southeastwi l'rlnre nf Wales ern Alaska. It uus mated hut a )eur Beautiful Ferns. When the new shunt of pnttiil ferns or mi lieu by presidential proclamaappear turn them to the light until tion. The park Is nn abandoned Indian villace. chlelly Interesting for Its they are well up and the shoot In the right illrectlim. When the fern I totem pile, Then- - are. aln. mine Is full frown the result will he 11 beau- buildings, which are Ihe bet kmn tiful Hound plant. Indian architecture. , examples of I lata NOTICE: All owing for ear ar.d Looking Ahead. day hitches at the livcrv stable please A baby hoy nrrlvcil one morrdnf. cull and settle with Mrs. Joe Francis. Hunter, three- jears old, had been Allie aid Mary Arnold. given two billy goats for his last birth-daIt That morning Ids father said: It is reported that former emper- ".Vow llnnter, )ou don't need two ou glte )otir llllla or Charles of Austria in mental de- goats. mipNiv pression spends hours nt his desk, brother one. What do you say" Hunt-i- t didn't say nti)thlng for a minute, staring vacantly before him. If all sale): Tallicr. I've been thinkthe former emporers had confined then he ing It ner. and l'vo derided niujlie prothemselves to such harmless I'd better save that goat for my own cedures the world would be indefin- little tKiy." itely better olf. Folly of Monirchlil Government, of government requires talents ami abilities, nnd as talents mid abilities ciuinut hate hereditary descent. It Is evident that hereditary sucresAlnii requires n belief from man to which his reason cutinot sub-fcrland which run only be established upon kuoranre; nnd the more Ignorant any country Is. the belter It Is ll for the inonarihlal ecles of Thomas I'ulne. As the exvrrlse FARM SALE PUBLIC AUCTION from L. 475 ACRES SIB, close to the farm COUNTY FARM SALE The Best Land in Shelby County, located just 3 miles from Shelbyville Court House on the Rockbridge Pike. A Fine Road To The Place. We have finally secured Mr. S. D. Hinkle's magnificent Farm which we will sell nt The Best Land in Shelby County, located right in the heart of the famous Finchville neighborhood. The place where land has been more active than any part of our county. We are selling for the heirs of the late J. C. Beckham, deceased, of Shelby County, Kentucky, his magnificent estate of 475 acres of as good land as there is in the State. On the farm which lies ttbilic just -- 3 miles from Shelbyville, and a brand new ."crcxioiNr school right On the farm which lies just 1 mile from Finchville, 8 miles from Shelbyville, 1 mile nnd N. Station, and a brand new brick High school just a mile away the best school in the county. TUESDAY, 2 DECEMBER 17th, FARMS. Wednesday, Dec. 2T7 M, 1918, at 10 A, M. Sharp AT ONE O'CLOCK SHARP. WE HAVE SUBDIVIDED THIS GREAT FARM INTO EACH BEING A COMPLETE FARM WITH 2 IMPROVEMENTS TO ITSELF. This land is among the best in the County, lying ns it tloes just three miles from Shelbyville, and has much good tobacco and hemp land on it as any farm we know. We have been trying for a year to get this magnificent farm to sell, and have only now been able to persuade the Hinkles to part with it. With farm products as high ns they are nnd bound to stay, this is the time to buy, nndweknow of no better place to be had than we will sell at this time. FARM NO. 1, 120 ACRES The great old home, a substantial brick of 8 rooms, the only farm in the County that has been oirered that is equipped with natural gas for heat and light, and is one of the most beautiful homes in the County. A fine combined dairy, tobacco and stock barn, 85 x 48, with concrete lloor and drain in the dairy, two small stock barns, good, ice house, stripping room, fine hen house and all necessary outbuildings. A fine young orchard, currants, blackberries containing apples, peaches, cherries, gooseberries, raspberries, unci rhubarb. The place where you can live at home. About half of this farm is in grass, the balance sown in wheat and timothy: a crackerjack stnntl. Well watered with pools, springs and ponds. This is practically all tobacco land and we consider it one of the very best farms in the County. FARM NO. 2, 80 ACRES With new fi room house, good stnble and dairy room, well at house, and all new land, in fact none of this farm was ever plowed until about six years ago. This land is all in grnss nnd is better watered than anybody's farm. It is hard to write anything that will justly describe this farm for we know that better can't be found anywhere. If you want tobacco land, don't stop bidding on this one. We have bought this farm oursehes nnd everyone that knows us, knows it is going to sell for we sell when we have a sale regardless of price and without any protection wliatover. NOW IS THE TIME! Don't be a "Wish I Had". Real estate has been advancing in price for the past fifty years, with prospects better for it to continue. Think of the real estate you should have bought, you hesitated, the qther fellow bought and he got the profit which should have been yours. OBEY THAT IMPULSE. WHY BE A RENTER? Why rent and give the other man half of your energy when all should bo yours? You enn't go wrong buying Good Farm Land. TERMS EASY: Will be mnde known on day of sale. Our contract says to tell. Anyone desiring to Inspect these farms before day of sale will find one of us on the farm or we will meet you in Shelbyville at our office jn the Hartford Building if you will write. Automobiles will meet trains at Shelbyville on day of Sale. WE HAVE CUT THIS ENTIRE ESTATE INTO EACH BEING A COMPLETE FARM WITH A D1VTO 2 IMPROVEMENTS TO ITSELF. AiXlYlO Finchville is the garden spot of Shelby County. The old Beckham homestead is loneighborhood of Shelby County, being just a mile from Finchville, and cated in has been in the possession of the Beckhams since 1835, This is an opportunity to buy yourself a farm that has not been on the market before, nnd you will be able to buy it at your own price. It is seldom that such a body of land is offered for sale, and we were able to get this to sell only to make a division for 3lr. Beckham and his sister, the only heirs concerned. FARM NO. 1., 275 ACRES. The old home place, n grand old brick of seven rooms, brand new tobacco barn, stock barn, new double corn crib, new stripping room, and all other necessary outbuildings in good repair. This house is located in the best neighborhood in the County, where neighbors are really neighbors. Plenty of fine timber and good tobacco land. The crops are now in thejjarns and cribs nnd will show what this land will do. FARM NO. 2, "200 ACRES Adjoining Farm No. 1. Good sjx room house with all outbuildings and big new tobacco barn, all in good shape, situated right in the middle of n big woods of virgin timber, consisting of black walnut, oak, ash nnd sugar tree. One of the biggest woodlands nnd the best timber in the County. Fine tobacco land, nnd located right at school, churches, stores and shipping station. If you are interested in mnking money don't ivorlook this place. One clause in our contract reads: "It is especially understood and agreed by all d and that the parties concerned that this land is to be sold absolutely without reserve or iighest bid received is to be accepted." GET IN THE GAME! Don't be n "Wish I Had". Real estate has been advancing in price for the past fifty years, with prospects better for it to continue. Think of the real estate you should have bought, you hesitated, the other fellow bought and he got the profit which Hhould have been yours. OBEY THAT IMPULSE! OWN YOUR OWN FARM! Why rent and give the other man half of your energy when nil should be yours? You can't go wrong buying Good Farm Land. DINNER WILL BE SERVED FREE TO ALL TERMS EASY: Will be made known on day of sale. Our contract says to tell. Anyone desiring to inspect these farms before day of sale will find oneiof us. on the farm or we will meet you in Mielbyville at our office in the Hartford Building if you will write. 'Automobiles will meet Trains at Shelbyville and Finchville on Day of Sale. S FARMS FARMS. by-bi- I Wakefield-Davi- s Realty Co., Shelbyville, Kentucky. 0