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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): December 19, 1918 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1918 cen1918121901_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 19, 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. 16 paces THE CENTRAL RECORD, an YSAn i TWENTY NINTH LANCASTER. KY., "fHURSDAY AFTERNOON, DECEMBER 19, 1918. AMERICAN NUMBER 38. ffP' LE3LE IMPORTANT. The Following Information Wanted. Demand -- Quality IN I, s - HARDWARE. With prices high an they are, it IS poor business judgment to accept any- thing but the very BEST. Cheap hardware NOW is hardly worth carrying home. stock We carry a strictly high-clas- s of all kinds of Hardware, and guarantee your money's worth on every purchase. OUR QUALITY GOODS PROTECT THE PURCHASER. EARLY EDITION NEXT WEEK In on'cr to Rive our customers tit. advantage of the Christmas ndver thing and also that our efficient "office force" mry enjoy some of the pleasures of a happy Christmas, will publish the Record next Monday night. Our correspondents arc earn estly requested to have their copy in by Monday morning publication. to Insure iti Name, Address nnd Branch of ser- vice, of all (Inrrnrd County men who votunteeicd In the service nnd wholjSr were not registered. Families of these men ore requested to send this information to the Local Henri! nt once so that these men may bein-clude- d in the permanent record of men from this county who served in the War. Immediate nttentlon is necessary if you wish your boys name in this record. 3 Si I li John Ledford OF PAINT LICK SEVERELY WOUNDED. John Sherman Ledford, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Ledford, who lived near Paint Lick at the time young Ledford registered, has been severely wounded, according to a message received by his mother from the War Department. The message stated that he was wounded in France on October 17th, Young Ledford was inducted into tho service by the Local Hoard here on September 21st, 1117, and was rc ceivcil nt tamp Taylor on the follow- lug day. After several months in tensive training he was sent t France, when on the last final driv of the great battle he received hi wound. No further details have been received by the family, although they arc anxiously awaiting to hear nnd hoping that the wound will not prove serious, Headquarters - FOR is P A ' . ' The crop of tobacco belonging t Waiter Arnold and Hod Swope was m ild on the Lexington market this vcek and brought the sligh average o 3E EH i i'i 25 a hundred. The crcp contain ed 8,500 pound and is the best over. President Wilson did well to test age in the county, so far as v.e h.ive Plenty of good ltlotk Coal nt Ciurrard Mill'ng Co, the freedom of the tens before he heard. spokv for them. Now tlint the war is over what will Itencw your magazines with me ! find to des- American destroyers (jidies Home now, especially the Messrs J. P. Foley und M. T. Ray Journal, Country Gentleman und the burn will hold their stock and imple n friend lone with- Saturday Kvcnlng Post. Mr. Sugiir-Ilow- l, merit rule jointly, nt the home of J. I drawn from the public eye, is with 13.12-2t.p.Mrs. Daliie Drown. Foley, one fourth of amile south of u! again. Christmas extravagance is inevi Hackley on the (Jillispie pike, Sntur If Mr, Turkey vnlucs his life lie tably followed by New Years' repen lay, December 2Mb. This tale will Item hail better retreat in Rood order ami tance. Hut Christmas joy and gen begin promptly at ten o'clock. the advertisement in this issue. go in hiding for a few iln). erosity hne no unwelcome When you buy Meal, call for New Ki'n Dried Corn Meal, made by Tin soldiers for the children and flnrrurd Milling Co. rial live khaki-cla- d The farm sale of the Thomas soldiers for the Realty Company advertised in this is. Lexington pike an nuto fathers und mothers would be a nice Found on sue, and known as the Parks tract of Pump. Owner can hac Mine by Christmas selection for Miss Columland, belonging to J. W. Wyan, of oiflce, paying for this bia to make. calling at this London, Ky., is to be sold on Monday f.,1 nnil tirovint nroiert'. Don't forget to renew your sub- December 23r, instead of Tuesday With what joy anil satisfaction scription to the Ked Cms. She will December 24th as appeurs in the ad Prospectors will please shall wc take down the sen Ice Hag continue to be "The Greatest Mother vertisement. from the window and lny it nwny as in the World" to the sutTcring people bear this in mind and also remember goes" for the high dollar and 1 that "it who need her. O n sacred relic someone will get a good bargain. A new ranee, also FOR SAl.K: an air tight Oood Will heater. It. K. Henry. A horse belonging to W. L. Law- Mr. J. It. Mount, the fity assessor. son nnd attached to a new buggy, was When tho collector calls with Kng-land- 's bill, he will informs us that he has about com left standing on the street here last "not at pleted the listing of the city property Monday and fo- - some unknown rea probably find Germany :ind when it is finally totaled up son, decided to tun. He started on home". thinks it will amount to ubout Richmond street, ran through the Mr. Hoover's absence abroad places $1,220,000. public square and never stopped un. the American people in n dilemma. til he reached the residence of Mrs, Until his return none of us knows C. A. Arnold, four miles from Lanwh.at not to eat. the caster. The horso was not hurt, nor Tuesday papers contained the buggy and all that met the runa When n man's neighbors call him a name of S.ini Long, of Lancaster, Ky, as the "gentleman farmer", it generally as being sewiely wounded In 'France. way oscap.nl right-of-wa- horse was inclined y give the to all traffic. r cans that he is not much of a farm-t- r He is the son of Mr. John Long, nnd to Hut when they spenk of him ns entrained here on June 24th, 1917. "a farmer and n gentleman". It gen- He was accepted at Camp Taylor on erally means thut ho is excellent in July 8th. No other particulars have .Sold. been given out. both respects. 40 acres of Improved suburban farm land and modern attractive Richmond Street, residence property to be sold for the high dollar. Read descriptive advertisement by thi Thomas Realty Agency, in this issue Conn Brothers. B( High Average. LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. S Two Sales In One. YOUNG BOY VICTIM OF INFLUENZA, Ends Life By Drowning. Body Not Recovered. Wesley Clark, aged about 20 years, son of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Clark, of Kdenton, MndUon County, ende his life by drowning in the Kentucky river near the mouth of Paint Lick last Tuesday n;orning, thought to have been mentally deranged, a result of nn nttack of influenza, He was a cousin of Misses Lnvinia and Norma Hums Montgomery, of the telephone exchange nnd was n splendid young man. Up to now his body has not been recovered, nltho every effort of friends and neighbors have been used to this end. Young Clark was seen to leap from a boat Into the river by Tommie San lers, who nt once gave the alarm nnd every effort was given to save the young man but without avail. He had- had a severe attack of influenza which has been taking a heavy toll in the vicinity in which he lived, but seemed to improve nnd was able to get out. It is thought by his family and physicians that he was not at himself, his mind having been nffect- ed as a result of the disease. He was last seen on Monday when he left home und did not return. It is thought that he wandered all night while delirious. His fumly und friends looked for him all of Monday night and naturally were greatly worried over his disappearance in such 'n condition! He was seen .in the boat by Young Sanders, nnd before anything could be done, he had taken the fatal leap nnd wusjncver seen again. The sym pathy of the entire community go out to the family and friends in this XMAS Goods. mm -- ,1 0. 'S3 Hi I la, ij m PENING GOODS peo- a. Correction of Dates. - OF HOLIDAY City Tax List Completed. The time for giving to our own ple and friends. m Runaway. We have provided the opportunity for your selection of the largest assortment of HOLIDAY GOODS, both useful m a 51'. in, and ornamental. Another Casualty. Toys S3 1 3! Large assortment of toys, dolls, wagons, sleds, bicycles, guns and skates, American Made. Suburban and City Property to be Cut Glass The largest assortment of Cut Glass shown in Central Kentucky. I I 1 m la1 bereavement. TO ft Dave Hume Wounded Mitchell Farm In. France. Sells Privately. Mr. and Mm. James Hume rehas ceived the now thiough the War De partment tliat their son, Private l)ae A. Hume, of Co, I)., 4th U. S. Infmi- try, with thoAmcrican (Expeditionary Forces in France, was wounded in action, degree undetermined, on Oct 10'h. They received n letter from him dated Oct. 25th, but he never mentioned of tone; wounded. Silver Ware. ware that is guaranteed to wear 50 years Let us show you our line of Silver- rlstmas Fruits and 3 8 CANDIES Wc have a full line of fruits and candies QUANTITIES TO MEET ALL DEM AN OS. Car Turns Turtle Two Hurt In Auto Accident. While driving from Lexington und when within two miles from Lancaster on the Lexington pike, the Ford Sedan, occupied by M. M. Keep and on, (Jill Keep, und George Kickmcy-e- r, nil of Relfontnine Ohio., on a hunting trip to tho mountains, the front wheel of the car ran into a rut, breaking the radious rod, causing the car to .turn turtle and seriously injuring two of the occupants. (ill Keep is now at the Kengnrlan Hotel with n fractured leg and his father with slight injuries, more painful than serious. They expect to proceed on their Journey In a few days. The car is a practical wreck and is being over hauled nt one of the local garages. escaped with only a few scratches. The Mitchell farm sale advertised n this issue of the Record has been sold privately by Mr. R. G. Woods, a1 who informed us last night that he had just closed n deal with Mr. Jake Herndon, of Madison for the entire El place. The offer made by Mr Hern don wi.s so tempting that Mr. Woodi decided to let it go privately, so the public sale is declared off. The price wus not given but raid to havo been utisfactory to nil concerned. 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 'aint Lick Boy Drowns On Coast of Scotland Kdward L. King, a prominent far mer of Paint Lick, has Just received the distressing news from Washing- ton that his son, William King, was Irowned off the coast of Scotland on December 0th. Young King has been In the service of his country for some time and was attached to the battle- hip Florida. The dispatch that Mr. King received from the Bureau of Navigation said that his son was ac cidentally drowned from Howes I'cir, Scotland, ami that his body was Mr, King lives on not recovered. Rural Route No. 3 out of Paint Lick and he and his family have the sym pathy of many friends in their hour Richmond Register. f sorrow, I SI Sil CHIN AW ARE It is very difficult to get china at this time but we have it. Call and see us. s ky HASELDEN Lancaster, - BROS Kentucky Davidson & Tomlinson i Headquarters for Christmas Goods. The Central Record, Thursday, Dec 19 1918. USEFUL Xmas Gifts ancy osery WE HAVE A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF USEFUL GIFTS FOR MEN, THINGS THAT MAKE A REAL PRESENT AND ARE SURE TO BE APPRECIATED BY ANY MAN. THESE GOODS HAVE BEEN CAREFULLY SELECTED AND REFLECT THE SEASONS LATEST IDEAS IN WEARING APPAREL FOR MEN AND BOYS. LOOK OVER THE FOLLOWING LIST AND MAKE YOUR SELECTIONS NOW WHILE OUR STOCK IS FULL. HANDKERCHIEFS. 50c and 75c. Plain Silk Fancy Silk. 50c to $1. 25c and 50c Plain Linen Initial Linen 25c to 50c. Plain White Cnmbric 15 to 25c MENS ONE-HALF FOR MEN. SILK MEN'S GLOVES. Dress Kid $2.00 to $3.00 Warm Lined $1.50 to $3.00 Cape and dressed Buck '2.50. S3 $5.00 to $6.00 Fur Lined Heavy Wool $1.00 to $2.00 MEN'S SHIRTS. $1.50 to $3. Madras Shirts . $2.50 to $4.00 Fine Khaki Wool Shirts $2.50 to $3. Silk Shirts $3.50 to $6.00. Bovs Shirts $1.50 to $5. MUFFLERS. $1.50 $1.50 $1.50 to $2. Plain White Plain Black Fancy Colors NECK-WEA- JEWELRY. Ladies and mens wrist Watches Cuir Buttons, Stick Pins Collar Buttons, SWEATERS. Army Sweaters $5.00 Office Sweaters .$7.50 Boys Sweaters $1.00 to $4 Mens Sweaters. .$3.00 to $15. -- HOSE. 75c. Black Silk White Silk Grey Silk Palm Beach Silk Mahogany Silk 75c. 75c. 75c. 75c j Fine Silk Ties Fancy Silk Ties Wide End Ties Boys Wide Silk ties .75c. $1.00 $1.50 75c. OUR STOCK IS BRIMFUL OF FINE ALL- - WOOL SUITS AND OVERCOATS FOR E MEN AND BOYS, MADE BY HART SCHAFFNER AND MARX, and OTHER BRANDS. BOYS SUITS AND OVERCOATS $5.00 TO $20.00, MEN'S ' SUITS AND OVERCOATS $15.00 TO $40.00 LADIES SHOES, MEN'S SHOES, BOYS SHOES, CHILDREN'S SHOES. LET US PREPARE YOUR GIFTS FOR YOU NOW WHILE SELECTIONS ARE ' GOOD AND YOU HAVE THE TIME. REP-UTABL- V MODEL F?J JAS. W. SMITH. HOUSE OF QUALITY. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. GOOD the Fanners' Home Journal, announces that the premium list for the HUH State 1'ulr will reach the spectnc-ulu- r sum of $110,000. We present these facts to our readwe believe that Mr. Coers hen Is entitled to the approbation ot every farmer and stock breeder In Kentucky for the untiring efforts be has put forth In their behalf. Farm crs" Home Journal. In the bank to the credit of the Sidle l ull' .s,smi. Hut that Is nut ull. Mr. Cohen, In a statement In this Issue of 'III u 1 200 MAT It M COHEN MAKES a singular fact that In the development of States as well as of nations them conies forth at the critical moment a man of courage nncl unusuul resourcefulness to guide the chip over the turbulent waters. When Mat S. L'ollen was Inducted Into otllcv i.s Commissioner of Agriculture of Kentucky there wore those who doubted that he would make an officer because of his limited farm experience. Many people felt that he was essentially a horseman, ind that the Interest of the farmer would he overlooked during his administration. When lie unuoiinced the then unheard of saddle horse stake for the 1017 fair, there were those who thought It sufficient evidence that all of his Interest was centered 111 the horse to the exclusion nt the other Important matters that were under his charge. Hut that Commissioner Cohen had an ohject In i lew has been evidenced by sube-iiuedevelopments. At that time practically the whole world was nt each other's throats, ami Mat Cohen was wise enough lo realize that under conditions Hint existed at that time umiclhliig spectacular must be pulhsl eft In cirder to keep the Interest In mutters pcitalulug to his department from dlng of Inanition. That 11 ui'in of less nerve and Initiative would I live made ti dismal failure during (hose times when all Interest seemed to be centered on the world war, goes without saying. As Is generally lnmwn, Mr. Cohen went a step farther and again broke nil records when he announced the 110,1)00 stake for fatted uud feeding cuttle at the I 'J IS fair. Again there as criticism und doubt vwis express-i- d as to his ability to give such large Hakes and make u liuunclal success lif the fair. Hut the recent stipple-l.ientu- ry statement submitted by Secretary Kremer shows results that not cidy reflect greut credit mju Commissioner Cohen and those ; svoclatod with him In the managemeii. of the fair, but they also bear out ihe fact that Commissioner Cohen was Lie man of tho hour for the unusual wink that was necessary to be done u. such an unusual time. When Commissioner Cohen bis 'tue by virtue of his office ns Commlss iter of Agriculture1, the head uf the Kentucky State Fair there was a il licit of 10,000. At that time U.. prize list amounted to MSOuO. the fact that the prem ium list was Increased to $73,000 for the 1018 fair, tho tvport of the seere- 'fury shows that all the Indebtedness t8i.beeu paid and that there remain EASING THE CARES OF SOLDIERS' FAMILIES The ten thousand Homo Service Sections of tho American Itcd Cross, In their work of looking after the families of tho enlisted men, ore doing wonders for the morale of the army. Our fighters arc not men who are going to worry about themselves, but If they do not get cheerful letters from home, or If anything goes wrong there, they are going to worry, ami that delicate thing the army men call morale Is going to It Is to safeguard he disturbed. ngalnst this nnd also to prevent needless sulferlng and to promote that spirit of nelghbnrllness and kindly aid that binds each community Into uu organic whole that the Home Service uas Over S0.WJ" workers uro serving on thefe ten thousand committees, which reach Into every comer of tho country, however remote. Not u town or village or crossroads that Is not within euch of the ltcd Cross; not a wife or iliIIU or mother ot a man in semen who cannot claim the ready uld of the lted Cross workers. More than 300,000 families of American soldiers and sailors have been relieved of money troubles, legal dlKlcul-tie- s and worries of all wirls by the protecting arm of the Jted Cross. If allowances of allotments under the tho War Itlsk Insurance law do not come the matter Is at once referred to Hed Cross Headquarters, taken up with the proper government bureau ami prompt-l- y straightened out. If, through the delay, tho family finds Itself In need uf money sums are udvanced to tide It over until the ullolment arrives. Dur-'n- s July over sixty thousand Inquiries if this kind were received, ond more ban a third of these were taken clear before they t:. rough to headquarters could be straightened out. failed to detect insanity in its sovereign when he precipitated and d the bloodiest catastrophe of al' It is a barren mind that can't time. A nation tliat countenanced think up excuses, and now some apologists have come for- such a sovereign without imputing1 to him either lunacy or crime U itself ward to excuse the Kaiser. Careful scrutiny of his recent de- either a criminal or a lunatic. meanor in Holland, they say, indicates that he is insane. His gnindll-oquePAINT LICK and theatrical behavior points Sarah Hensley b very much better to paranoia. He has for some years with flu. suffered from a form of mania, mani Mr. It. N. Beaxlcy was in Richmond fested in his frequent allusions to ns his confidential .Monday. the Almighty Mrs. R. G. Woods went to Richpartner. And if he is insane he de mond on business Monday. serves pity rather than blame. The Ger This lets out Wilhelm. I'lenty of good Illock Coal at man people have already been let out, Garrard Milling; Co. because we have been repeatedly told Mr. A. J. Wilder of litre spent that they entered the war at the be- Sunday with J. M. Smith and family. hest of their emperor, and not of Mr. and Mrs. Thos Logsdon and their own desire. Geneva, were guests over Sunday in Millions So no one is to blame. London. of homes have been Uesolatclii mil Miss Marie I.vdfonl of Richmond lions of men have been unspeakably killed. Normal spent the week end with the mutilated, millions more Millions of women have been atro home folk ciously mistreated. No one's fault. Jim Harvc Ralston has accepted u And yet one wonders why a nation position in R. it. Ledford's and hat By Way Of Exculpation gone to work. and business meeting nt Mt. Tabor, Mrs. Mary Wynn of Conway is Saturday morning at eleven o'clock, visiting her daughter, Mrs. J. II. Ely also preaching Sunday morning and evening. of Wailareton.. .Mrs. James A. Todd holds the banMr. and Mrs. A. It. Wvnn snent last Sunday at Crab Orchard with Mr. ner In this neighborhood for raisin? turkeys. She sold SO turkeys which Den Howard und family. Mrs. Orville lloone of Richmond netted her a little more than f 200. was the guest the past week of her sister, Mrs. Edd Williams. his home in Richmond. When you buy Meal, call for Dried Corn Meal, made by Garrard Milling; Co. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Wynn ond chil-- t clren and Mr. and Mrs. Itennett Roop are visiting relatives in Harlan. Miss Sherley Denny of I.ancnter. is visiting-he- r aupt, Mrs. Robert Walker nt the Howling; Dot; Ranch, Donald Lee Wallace of New Haven Conn., who is now stationed nt Camp Taylor, visited H. L. Wallace last week. There will be preaching services at It is with regret the manv friends of Mr. W. C. Fish learn of his illness $125. a Vlonth For MEN and WOMEN. Men and women, ages 10 to 45, who have finished eighth grade or iU equivalent, are wanted, from each county, for business positions paying up tu $125. a month. Chances for promotion good Experience NO"1" necessary. We train you. Mall this: COUPON DRAUGHON'S Nashville, Tenn. Uox K 87. Send particulars of your proposition. (Name) - New Garage. "RIGHT ON THE SQUARE". WE HAVE RECENTLY LEASED THE "ARNOLD STABLES" ANDRE-MODELESAME. NOW PREPARED TO TAKE CARE OF YOUR CAR MAY NEED ANY REPAIR WORK. THAT D RELIABLE MECHANICIANS AND ALL WORK GUARANTEED. WE CAN STORE YOUR CAR AT REASONABLE RATES. GIVE US A PHONE 69. TRIAL. THE LANCASTER; CENTRAL GARAGE KENTUCKY. mm ERADICATE The Central Record, Thursday, Dec 19, 1918. DEEP CUT IS ORDERED IN PHONE RATES. NIGHT HALF DAY SERVICE. LICE ON CATTLE Pln Given to Destroy This Pelt Which Cautet Injury and Retard! Qrowth of Stock. br the Unllv.l Htilra Ixpart-mccf Agriculture.) Cnltlo llco ore Injurious to nil classes of cattle, liut the greatest lows In )'oung flock nml t,Korly nourished old nnlmnts. Lnwn nre catnod by Irritation, dlgcstho disturbances, arretted growth, law vitality, unit Increased dentil rule. Orillniirlly lice on cnltlo nnt not observed until tliry bocotiio sn numerous that they cnuo uniiilmnlnMo Mgns of niinojnnco, t'miully the ntilmnls who'O lousy rotiilltlun first nttrnrt attention nre the i'or, wink, unthrifty iiiriiilit rn of the herd, nml frequently the owner thinks they lire louy ecnuM tin y nre unthrlfiy, whereas the unllirlfty condition tuny ho uiUMd hy tin' lice. Three Mini of lice nre commonly found on rattle, und nil three perlc limy ho prevnt lit tin- - nunc time, hut the snme method of trcntmcnt tuny ho uiil for any of them. When they mute their nppenrniice on the rnttln durlne the f nil or winter they uvinlly sprend rapidly until etery animal I Infested. Win ii ii lunl In Kroly In-fisted It Is tiot uncommon to mo pome animals wllli Inrge nrens of skin pnrt- -' ly denuded of lmlr. und limited nrii hrulied nnd raw from rubbing ni.Mlnt it nnd other objects. Cnttle In tliU ITrri"'l Just 5 SH0PPIN6 DAYS BEFORE Wellington, Dec. 15. Sweeping reductions in long distance and toll tcler'ione rates by the aJoptlon of n basic charge of C mills n mile, airline mileage, and half the day rate 'for night service up to nldnlirM and the day rate after thut hour, were announce I y 1; Postmaster f.encrnl Burleson. They be-ceffective next Jnnuary 21. Tha now rates were recommended In the first report cf the Committee on Rate Standardization, and Mr. Burleson's statement said their effect is to cqunliiu the tolls and long distances charsres over the country, "rc- mving disparities and preferences and providing a scientific basis for future reductions contemplated as unification of telephone and telegraph wires proceeds." "A night service rate", said ihe statement, "which Is one-hathe day rate, is established between 8:30 and 12 p. m. Between midnight nnd 4:30 a. m., the night rate Is th the day rate. These are prcatcr reductions in night rates than have ever been made in any country, and doubtless will be extensively used, especially for social and family purposes. A person might talk from San Francisco to New York for about 54, whereas the day rate is approximately $1G. I CHRIST AS We Have a Large Selection of Most Attractive Gifts Our Prices Are Very Reasonable. Watches of Every Make Gentlemen's Watches Military Watches Ladies' Wrist Watches A large selection of articles in Ivory. Jewelry LaVallieres Cameos Rings Chains Gold Cuff Buttons Pearl Head Necklaces $ 2.50 to $400.00 $ 4.00 to $35.00 $ 1.00 to $400.00 $ 1.00 to $25.00 $ 1.50 to $35.00 $ 3.00 to $30.00 ...$2.75 to $150.00 $5.50 to $30.00 $15.00 to $55.00 Genuine Parisian Toilet Goods Sterling Toilet Sets..,. Sterling Manicure Sets Sterling Military Brushes Ivory Toilet Sets Manicure Sets $ $ $ $ 4r A Purebred lp Angus Dull. $15.00 8.50 6.50 6.50 2.50 to to to to to $75.00 $25.00 $20.00 $50.00 $60.00 Sheffield Plate Sterling Silver Flatware, Cut Glass, Clocks, Sterling Picture Frames. $3.00 to $25.00 Umbrella and Umbrellettes Wilson pTobabiy Will Visit Pope Benedict Trip Not To Be Taken Until After Christmas When King Will be in Rome Taris, Dec. 13 (by A. P.) While Shoo P.uckle;-Comb- s condition will not thrive or gain weight Dontmlly, nnd during wlntir of mi remain Hunted until the old coat of hnlr In shed In the spring, lit which time most of the lice dli'onr. Ilnnd n- pllcatln, sprujlng. nnd dipping with Insecticide nre the inethoilii which the bulletin recommend iih r medic. In outturn latitude where the wlntem lire inllil (nttle mny he iHpini! durlne the winter months without Injury from cold weather, hut In the northern sec-lio-n wltitirx nre umnlly Iihi cold for dl'ini! or prnjlnir. All nnlmnN In the herd should he trcnted rognrdles of the number showing Infestation, nnd the treutment should he repented In 1& to 10 day. Ilnnd application nre practical only whn a few nulmnlii nre to he trentcd, nlunhle In holding hut nre ieclnlly the i riiKlteH In check durlne wenther too cold for dipping or fprn)lng. Some lusting powdem obtainable on tho market nre good when thl method Ih liquid used. The follow Ine home-nind- e n molli s nre nlmi effective: Diuul jnri cohoiim'-- on mm hcmiMiie, or 'ktro'ene nnd lard tnlied In the pro-pun rcroscne io ortlon o one-mione iwund of lord or crude petroleum, Apply there remedies with n tirmh or cloth, covering the entire hody, being particularly careful nlniut the hend nnd enrn. l or spraying nnd dlpplne nn-ecreosote dip, nnd Icnl tlltif. coal-tn- r nre reconimenileil. nlcotln rotation They mny he applied with n hand prnjir, hut the most effective method I tu prowde u dlpplne vat and coin pletely dip the cnttle two or. In fomo ensos, three tlmesi. TONIC FOR MOON BLINDNESS and Brushes Military Brushes Diamonds Rings, Brooches Bar Pins Necklaces Cluster Kings in artistic platinum mountings LaVallieres Gifts for Children Necklaces Kings Cups Porringers Plates Bib Holders Knife, fork and Spoon Battles USEFUL ARTICLES FOR SOLDIERS Cigarette Cases in Leather and Silver Trench Mirrors Toilet Rolls Tobacco Bags . Pocket Picture Frames Military Brushes o Wrist Watches President Wilson has not announced positively that he will visit Pope Benedict, it now seems probable that he will do so. It is known here that the Pope is anxious to receive the President, and the Vatican officials have announced that the visit may be ...ade without danger of embarrassment because of the differences between the Vatican and the Quirinal. It is likely that if President Wilson goes to Rome he will visit the Qjirinal Palace as the guest of King Victor Emmanuel. Afterward he will go to the American Embassy, where he will be met by the rector and students of the American Ecclesiastical College. The rector will convey to the President Pope Benedict's desire to sec him. If President Wilson goes to tho Vatlcnn he will also call upon Cardinal Gasparri, Tapal Secretary of State, who will return the call upon the President at the embassy on behalf of the Pore, who cannot, by precedent, leave the Vatican. This was the programme followed when King Edward VII. visited the King and the Pope. If the President goes to Rome it probably will be after Christmas, ns King Victor Emmanuel will be in Paris until December 23. $50.00 Liberty Bond Free. ON JANUARY 1st, 1919, WE WILL GIVE AWAY A $50 LIBERTY BOND ABSOLUTELY FREE. WITH EVERY DOLLAR PURCHASE BETWEEN NOW AND THAT DATE A TICKET WILL BE GIVEN ABSOLUTELY FREE OF COST AND THE HOLDER OF THE LUCKY NUMBER WILL BE AWARDED THE LIBERTY BOND. B. H. MANSE. KftHN, Leading Jeweler. S stationed at Camp Taylor, has been muttered out and returned home on Saturday. Mr and Mrs. Robert Word nnd little son, J. T and Mrs. James Yantis motored to Danville latt Friday and spent the day. Miss Allie Doolin entertained a number of young friends last Sunday those present were, Misses Mollie Barnes, Lizzie Foley, nnd Mary Tur ner, .Messrs Willie S. Ray, Willie Kinder and Newell Ham. For Sale Modern ' Residence Property Close In and Best Neighborhood. For Home or Investment. GILCHER HOTEL BLOCK, DANVILLE, KY. rjeecr. mended for Hortcs Afflicted VVIln Alimcm niincr loan butting Out Teeth. Moon hllndneaa Ii a recurrent ople thalmla or Inflnmmntlon of the con' junctlvnt iiicmhrnnu of tho whlto of thu eye and the lining of tho eyeiun, ttahlcx Clote, dark, , the horsu to nuion hllndne-mThe iecullnr ihaniclerUtle la 111 perinnd lis nerlous odical recurrence result?, Ilecnufo the nttnek often follow- ench other at Intervals of nhout a month, many crroneoukly auppone tlmt they nre Influenced hy somo phase of the moon henco, tho name. The Ignorant recourso to knocking out the wolf teeth or cutting the haw, r wluklng cartilage cannot ho too condemned. Tonlcn uro recomiirmled for horses affected with moon bllndneva, as well n such other measures as tend to the Improvement of the boree's condition. SHED NECESSARY FOR SHEEP Animals Go Out In Stormy, Cold Weather and Snow and Rain Sticks to ths Wool. last A good stable or shed for sheep Is Mrs. Robert Layton spent a few ceceksary If the flock Is expected to yield a profit, because Uiey go out Id days last week with Mrs. Alex stormy, cold weather, und wet snow nd ruld rain will 'stay In the wool has Miss Wlong time und tho lnip will be been ill Sallie Lou Teater who very for reveral weeks Is weakened little by little uutll they ft sick and coiuetliucs dtp from pour much improved. care. Messrs Oscar liny and William Anderson were in Lexington last week with their tobacco. Bowling has been ill. Mrs. A. T. Mr. Frank Pierce of Louisville was Mrs. T. J. Underwood is able to be the guest of his daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar liny last week. out ngnln, .Mr. Kile Uradshaw spent Saturday Mrs. Otto Howling has been suf night nnd Sunday with his grand-pa- r fering with sore throat. Mm. Ithoilus spent Tuesday with ents, .Air. and Mrs. T. O. Hill. Mr. and Mrs. Sam M or ford and Mrs. William Marshbnnks. Mr. Lewis Anderson of llcreu was family were guests Sunday of their daughter, Mr. nnd Mrs. Clyde Drum the guest of his mother on Sunday. tleld, of Jessamine county. Mr. W. V. Anderson is able to be up agnin nfter a revere attack of flu. CUY. Mr. A. J. Wilder ami family of Mrs. Tom Dailey has flu. llcreu spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. John Smith. Mr. Cy Foley is quite lit of pncU' Mr. nnd Mrs. John Reynolds have monin. been the guests of their nolco, Mrs. Mr, Jake Foley had 10 fine calves William Marshbanks, to die last week from black leg. In Mrs. P. Henslcy was laid to rest Miss Mollie A. Barnes spent Sun Manse cemetery one day last week, day night with .Miss I.lizlo Foley. she had pneumonia followed by flu. Mr. Mack Gay has received his dis charge from Camp Tnylor and is at BUCKEYE home. Mr, and Mrs. Boyd Turner were Mr. W. II. Gulley sold to D. I'othcrguests of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Barnes gill Q shoats prico $50. Sunday nijjlit. Mrs. 1'ermelin Ilogie was the week Mesdames Lizzie Killion anil Tilda end guest of Mrs. W. II. Gulley. spent last Monday with Mrs. Mr. Herbert Whittaker was in Lex- - Simpson W. M. Barnes. ingtun week with his tobacco. Mr. S. It. Foley Jr., has returned home after a stay of three weeks with his father, at Gray. Ky. Mrs. C. C. Hounshell has returned home after a visit to her aunt, Mrs. Lizzie Hutchins at Wallaceton. Mr. Lewis Arnold who has been BRYANTS VILLE Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Davis were in Nicholasvillo Thursday. M. 0. Kennedy sold to Jesso Alford 55 acres of land for $3700.50 Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Williams were visitors ot Danvillo Wednesday. Plenty of good Block Coal at Garrard Milling Co. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Dean spent Sunday with her sister, Mrs. Chas. Club, near Nicholasvillc. When you buy Meal, call for New Kiln Dried Corn Meal, made by Garrard Milling Co. at Miss Pearl Boswell who is teaching Marcellus is out again ufter a severe attack of tlu. Mr. and Mrs. 0. M. Morelaml and little son James B. are visiting relatives at Brookhaven, Miss. We regret very much having lost from our community A. T. Scott and journal. Eight rooms, and pantry, closets, hallways, water works, lights, and Very fertile garden. FURNACE. For immediate sale at $4250. (worth $4730.00) nnd terms to suit. Let family who have moved to Lancaster, us show you. Mrs Robert Hutchison and little D. A. THOMAS REALTY AGENCY. daughter, of Marcellus, spent several days last week with Mr. an.l Mrs. M. (). Kennedy. Having decided to tell my farm, 1 Rev. and Mrs. G. S. Conant enterwill on, tained at dinner Friday evening, friends from Wilmorc and Mr. and MONDAY DECEMBER 23rd, 1918, Mrs. J. H. Ballard. ' at 11 o'clock, sell to the highest and Miss Mary Kllen Farley is here for best bidder the following described a few days after having finished the form. This farm, containing 30 acres, millinery season with Mrs. G. M more or less, on tho New Danville Lyons at Lancaster. pike, three miles from Lancaster, and Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Ballard. Mrs. one mile from the road, and known Klizn Ballard and Mrs. W, J. Hogan as the Bud Hatfield home. Good four spent Friday In Lexington w ith W, T. room frame house, and Woolfolk and family. well watered and good fence. Mrs. Nettie Ruble Scott who was TERMS CASH. ALICE LAMB, stricken with paralysis nt Greendale hy, has rccoveied sufficiently to be Capt. Am. Bourne, Auct. brought to tho home of her father, J B. Ruble, near Ilucna Vista, and is slowly Improving. 10 acres on Richmond piko at Miss Florence Christopher who has Hyattsvillc, Ky. Having sold S acres been teaching In Mercer County, vis in 2 aero lots at $1000 each, pro ited Mrs. James Christopher and viding I can sell the other five. These other relatives the latter part of the lots will be sold at the ubovo named week. Miss Christopher leaves the price or will bo sold with two room first of January for Thompson Ga., houso and kitchen on them for sum where she has accepted a position in of $1500 per lot. Lots above mentioned to be purchased by colored an Industrial School. people, therefore the balance of S acres will be sold to colored only in Bank Holidays Are Many. Becaubo of liollilajs, civil und relig- 2 2 acre lots at the prices mention Address ious, throughout the different countries, ed. there are only 81 day out of a year SERGT. J. W. BEASLEY, In which hanks are open In every part Mtd. Det. F. A. C, 0. T, S. ot the world at once. People's Home Camp Zachary Taylor, Louisville, Ky. Public Sale of Land. Farm For Sale. ll.ls.7t The Central Record, Thursday, Dec 19, 1918 -- '4 Lookin g . t : IF YOU ARE HIS HEADQUARTERS IS RIGHT HERE IN THIS STORE. -r- - For SA 1 ; ; ; A. JSfc. -- fife! ' n A ; ; T J ; a TTC? Don't miss seeing the pretty things we have for Christmas. Come in and look, and you will be sure to find something. Not much time left for you to pick something for a Gift. Take the opportunity now, if you wish tc secure the cream of the various lines of HOLIDAY GOODS we have to offer you. ONLY FIVE DAYS 'TIL CHRISTWAS. Army Legglns Leather Puttees Sweaters Sport Coats Travleing Bags Suit Cases Fine Gloves Jerseys Flannel Shirts Silk Refers Silk Ties Silk Socks Silk Handkerchiefs Silk Collars Silk Shirts Cuff Buttons Tie Pins Collar Pins Adlcrs Overcoats Fancy Mnckinaws Frat Clothes New.Kalncoats Florshcim Shoes Keith and Stetson Hats Pretty Caps Army Shoes House Slippers EVERYTHING FOK MEN AND BOYS. LOGAN & The Central Record $1.50 a Year. Issued Weekly. Payable in Advance. AN.BEB-S0- N BROTHERS, LANCASTER, EY to be informed. We arc fully determined and settled in opposition to tne plan, and are ak-in- g wnether the big increase in rates is temporary or permanent. The question should be settled. The roads should be either returned with a compre hensive plan of regulation or the Government should own th'em now. Why wait or delay; for if it is best we want it now. If not best let them go bnck to their owners. To this date we have had no good reasons advanced to convert us to the principal of Governme.it ownership. STATE PROHIBITION. promptly return his commission. When his successor is to be named let the court give us a competent man who can and J. E. ROBINSON, Editor. will give all his time nnd his un R. L .ELKIN', Local Editor nnd Mgr. divided attention to this busi Entered at the Post Office in Lan ness. A man who can anil will Mail caster, Ky., as Second-Clas- s work not only with his head Matter. and his pencil but who can Member Kentucky Press Association work some with his hands if and necessary. A man who can League. Eighth District Publishers work himself and can get Rates For Political Announcements. others to work. We need a For Precinct and City Offices. .$5.00 practical business man, prac10.00 tical in the line of work includFor County Offices For State and District Offices. .15.00 ing repairing, reconstruction .10 For Calls, per line .10 and building roads, who can For Cards, per line and will give all his time to thi For all publications in the interest of individuals or expresthe biggest job in the county. sion of individual views, per When you get such a man you 10 line may look for the realization of .03 Obituaries, per line your hope for better roads. Uacasler, The page of history for 10 IS will show how our boys earned out their idea. General Pev shing's words are none too strong; "Their deeds are im mortal and they have earned the eternal gratitude of their country". SIMPLICITY OF LIFE. The war has taught us many things and among them to discriminate between the essential things of life. and We hac found that when in spired by anxiety for a dominant cause we could eas lly dispense with many things which had always seemed to us mere necessities and comforts. From a great civilization of luxury and extravagance we were transformed to a body of people willing to sacrifice now cars and furniture and to wear last year's suits for the one purpose of ' winning the war." Xow the war is over, but the obligation of renunciation w still upon us. We have practiced it for the sake of our sons our country nnd'we must e continue for the sake of al r.i President Will Eat Christmas Dinner With U. S. Soldiers. (l.y A. P.) -P- resi-dent Wilson Mill leave Paris Christ-m- a etc and ko to American general headquarters. From headquarters he will proceed to the American front. He will have Christmas dinner with the American trpops and not with the Commander-in-chieAmericnn or other officers. From the above it would seem evi dent that itps the purpose of Presi- uent Wilson to hao Chriet.:.as din Dec. 1(5 Paris, cion of Coblent with the American forces of occupation. Paris, Ifl.(llaviu) President Wilson will leavi- - Pans In an automobile to visit the prln clpal points alonu the old fightim: front, notably the battlefield on the Marne. 1'aris, Dec. 10, (by A. P.) President Wilson will proceed to Si nits, Marshall Koch's headquarters, to confer with the allied comIjiter he will visit the batmander. tlefield at Chateau Thierry, where the first American divisions distinguished themselves, and also Ithcims. ner on (iermnn territory in the re I. HEADQUARTERS FOR The voters of the State will have the opportunity to sny by AMERICAN EFFICIENCY. ballot next November whether, BETTER ROADS DEMANDED General Pershing's recent we shall have state prohibition. " Tl, - rT'r-- r r l.n urge .1- Dr. J. A. Anion has been ap war report gives us a history j at- wwuu airiu inci, pointed and qualified as the of the work which the Ameriadoption of the amendment t. head of the county road de can army has done for France. the State constitution which partment. That he is one of The report is a concise and solwas by the last General Assem evidently our most capable and worthy dierly - document, bly ordered submitted to a M a; c physicians and successful busi- . . . ,: . i uk ... "u"-anvote. It was our representa-tive- , ness men there is no question. But reading between the lines Hon. J. Hogan Hr.llard ft sec the high courage of our, That his new undertaking is who introduced this resolution K with purpose of public good we American boys clearly reveal in the Legislative body whlih We could not sit at a LET US SERVE YOU. do not doubt. That there is ed. The general closed with with any comfort if there gave the people of the state a an improvement in the road a wonderful tribute to the pa were starving people looking chance to make this decision, department of our county is tience nnd heroism of his off! in at the window. And we will We- endorsed the candidacy of not subject to debate. For the cers and soldiers. come to the point where we tnat gentleman upon his pledge public roads of Garrard county The work which the Ameri cannot indulge in luxuries and that he would have enacted have certainly suffered in the cans have done in the war is feel that whole nations nre isucl1 a resolution.. He made All Stores Open Jifter Supper during the past from neglect and ineffi far more than military experts starving and suffering on the k'ooct mis promise and the op- For the foresaw as possible in so short other side of cient management. portunity is before us to make the world. Holidays. past twelve months there has a space of time. It was not to Perhaps this will lead us to the State dry. Our county havbeen a precious little work be expected that a body of a new simplicity of life. l WWtfi When ing introduced the Rill in the A Wflt3.f? done on them. So, any kind of young men drawn from peace Europe is once more self-su- p House why not conclude thi a change could make matters ful civilian life and with a porting, we may still feel in good work by polling the most but little worse. We believe training brief though intensi- clined to lay aside the nearly unanimous vote for it of NOTICE NOTICE. the public will share with us in fied, should be able to prevail The stockholders of the Citi.cns things. We may real- any county in the state. The There will be an election held nt having no regrets for a change wherever they were National Hank of Lancaster, Ky the used ize that simplicity In our aims Record propoas to give hearty National Hank of Uncaster, Ky, will hold their annual election against Germany's seasoned of some kind. in support to the Amendment. and our lives will really in the their banking house TUESDAY, Tl'KSDAY, January 14, 1913, for The new management will troops. end give us more satisfaction Jan. Hth, 1910, for the purpose of tho purpose of electing a board of evidently undertake to do Their success can only be at- than a restless striving for electing directors for the ensuinit directors to serve for the en.uin(-WAR SAVING PLEDGE. more than has been heretofore tributed to the national Amerlycnr. W. V CHAMP. yar. S. C. DKN.N'Y. Cashier. to give us better roads. But ican chnracter. The American Our Government is perhaps He has initia however competent and am- is resourceful. in more need of money at this PARAMOUNT QUESTION. bitious may be the head of this tive and is full of latent possitime than any time sinco we ens How the railroads and trans tered the war, for it requires department our roads will not bilities. As Kipling says, he a be what they could or should "turns a keen, untroubled face portation line3 of our nation more money to demobilize the b a be without the attention and Home to the instant need of shall be handled in the future army than it did to assemble it. 0 things". is the big question of the day. Those who have pledged to buy energy of the head. The propIf he undertakes a new job President Wilson in his last war saving stamps are urged) J er spending of so large a sum of money as is available for no uses his mind upon it, ap- message had not determined by the authorities, to immed- road purposes in this county plies the principles of his last upon any definite plnn and left lately arrange to meet the ob-'makes it the largest business work, so far as they arc appli it open to the public. The em- ligation. This is no timo to be jj s proposition in the county. The cable, figures it out and becom ployees are near unanimous in nslncker for our boys in the clammoring for government army must have tho best of fact that the whole public nnd es master of it. Great efficiency doubtless ownership or operation, be- - protection and care until they every individual enterprise suf IF YOUR TAXES ARE NOT PAID fers greatly by the failure to arises from the drilling of men 'cause of the enormous increase are returned to their homes. BEFORE THE END OF THE YEAR Keep up our roads makes this to some one task. But it is not in their pay. The owners of Wo have heard reported that the most important business, the efficiency of the American, the property want the road re some of our wealthiest citizens YOUR NAME WILL APPEAR IN THE either public or private In the which comes from his innnte turned to them. The politicians have been enshing in the wnr county. That Dr. Amon be adaptability and the use of his of the country seeing LIST OF DELINQUENTS AND YOUR the saving stamps. Under the gins this important work hop- reasoning powers. breakers ahead are slow to terms of the contract they have PROPERTY WILL BE ADVERTISED ing to do good conscientious Our young Americans took speak out. Ex. Secretary the right to do this, but it is public service we are assured. hold of war as they would of IN THIS PAPER FOR SALE. seeks to deaden the con certainly a line evidence of a That he can not do so without any other new work. Inspired troversy by the extention of lack of patriotism unless it is THIS MEANS EVERYBODY. such a neglect that his largo by glowing patriotism, they atr Government control for five absolutely necessary. Don't practice as will not justify we tacked its difficulties and mas- years, l he shippers, and trav be a slacker at this hour. Pay nre convinced. When he finds tered them. They brought to eling public, who at Inst are for the saving stnmps for which that he can not do justice to his war the American idea that the people, are vitally Interest- you have pledged nnd don't pnticnt3 without a neglect of "the job had to be done and it ed in this the most important cash these stamps in until our the public business he will was up to them to do it." of all internal questions, want boys get home. K.. December 19, 1918 Candies, Nuts and r( Fruits u.,, CHINAWARE, d .,,. hu-w- Toy .Wagons and Sleds. I W. B. BALL r al A X Taxpayers Beware ft Mc-Ad- ft. K. Walker, Sheriff hb TWENTY NINTH YEAR THE CENTRAL RECORD. LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON. DECEMBER 19. 1918. William llohenzollern shoulJ adojit tn the first place it n Dutch uncle, might help his position In Hollam!, and in the tecoml place he needs n Dutch uncle to talk tohim. Let us all spread our o'coats and fit down on the piers of our great Joy tu await the shlpt that bring homo rnr.s of marvelous mothers and th granite pillars of a great nation. We shall he glad to get back our two-cen- t postage rate next July. Hut it would he mistaken economy to hold back our Christmas cards so as to take advantage of it. NUMBER i 38. Holiday I I 2k "My Country" Its Meaning. some time during Somewhere, these nrious Liberty Loans and the war excitement you listened to the singing of "America." (And bared your head ns did thou sand.) of others from coast to coast and from the lakes to the But Just what did "My Country" mean to yout Merely that you happened to be Make a Live here? born here? good living or have a prosperous bus iness here? Only that and nothing more? Did you have the feeling of the a rifle and msn who shouldered marched into the trenches? Who mounted an airplane and went play-ihide and seek with death In aerial combat with a Boche hospital bomber? Who served on the mosquito months fleet and spent nerve-rackinchasing Did you take off your hat because you thrilled to the call of country or imply because you didn t want to be an exception in the crowd? And getting right down to brass tacks what have you done for that country? Where ha your scrtics Sailor? been? Soldier? Airman? Or have ou become n real partner with Uncle Sam Buyer of Liberty Bonds, War Stamps, and contributor to his various war aids? If you've done none of these things "My Country" can mean nothing to you. And baring your head is only hollow mockery, the rankest YOU CAN HAVE THAT PLATINUM LA VALLIERE AND BROOCH FOR CHRISTMAS Uncle Sam has announced that need nny more platinum. he doesn't Goods Our line this year is espec ially select. Come lei us show you. at 3 g morrow a vioiiuucrtd And now comes alonga professor who says that the educated people of America are slacking on the Job of He claims that among parenthood, this class n family of less than four children is a slacker family. He makes no mention of the prices of food, of coal, of rent, of clothing, of specialists of domestic service, and of shoe-laceAn era of high prices is an era of low birth rate. Americans nre amThey rea-liz- e bitious for .their children. that children must be carefully reared and sufficietly educated, or handicap. they surfer a life-lon- g When lower prices prevail again the birth rate among the educated classes of America will rise. We have a good selection of Scarf Pins, Brooches, Rings, La Vallieres and Bracelet Watches on hand. Our supply is limited and a few months must elapse before the manufacturer can replenish our stocks. Come in NOW and select the articles you de sire. Our best designs are sure to go first, Victor II 5Qa?rt ill : Co. LEADING JEWELERS AND IMPORTERS Est. 1883. "The Hallmark Store" Le.xinKton, Ky. The Farm Tractor. farm tractor has done for us during the last year? 33,000 farm tractors, now used In America, hae enabled the farmnr to produce magnificent crops in the face of an unprecedented shortage of labor and a shortage of These tractors are replacing 1,500,- 000 horses and mules, and 250,000 men who are now in the army. They prepare the ground for our food crops and later cultivate and harvest them. They increase the efficiency of our fan.: machinery. Do you know what the ini ij i and Happy A merry Christmas Maybe It's Doth. New Year to you all. Said the near cjrnlc. "Mncty-nlpersons out of u hundred attribute th Our Americans can now certiinly Ion hair tn eccentricity. Hot llii hundnilth surmises that the pool be railed seasoned troop. Their fellow hasn't tlio financial means to fighting showed no lack of pepper. get Ids hair rut." We shall be surprised if your conscience lets you buy that new car unOrigin of Lace Making. til Europe is fed and clothed again. mi inn origin 01 mie innKiiiK ImDutch Cleanser is wonderful for Inst In the dark nges that It Is possible to know In which country the black strains. During his sijourn It l certain, how-eve- r, process began. in Holland it would be well for Wil-helthat the Italians were making to try it on his conscience. most elaborate and beautiful Isces soon after America was illscovereiL The beautiful song: "Oh, Mother, Hake an Apple-Iie- . Toad's Good Service, Our Uoy's Come Home." Tho tnacl Is useful because of Itt is merting with wide-spreand InNo less than 83 specimens of diet. stant popularity. i Insects, mostly Injurious, uae been proved to enter Into Its dietary, fleorga War is like nn enchanter in a fairy W, Hunter saja; A toail has been waves its great wand, and snap up 12S Hies In half an tale. It to "soldier, Thus at a low estimate it "tinker, tailor" becomes hour. during sailor". Then it reverses the spell, cou'd easily destroy u it and do an Immense service to and "soldier, sailor" becomes "tinker, ths fnrden during tin summer. II tailor" again. baa been estimated that a rlngls) toad may, on account of the cutworms France inspires a wonderful patriowhich It kills, be worth $11.S4 each tism in its people. Alsace and Lorfcason that It lives. raine had been separated from their years. mother country for forty-seve- n They had been entirely under GerMorals a Ness Weed. The German lanNapoleon once remarked that cor-al- e man domination. In the enforced Is to other factors In war us tluee guage had been to one. Morale U n new word to our schools, in the courts of law and in e kwt1i. and I do not know that any- the churches. Comparatively one baa yet fully defined It, but there are now alive who were of nrr certain factors which must enter mature age at the time of the cession Ja.n lis composition. And one of these of the provinces to Germany. factors Is the turning of raeu's minds Ytt the prospects of a return to away from tho trenches to other France are received with delight, and Without a thoughts and occupations. change of mental atmosphere morbid- the entry of American soldiers too'., ness comes and homesickness ami the ptaoe among public acclamations, Fortunate indeed is the country feeling of being "fed up" on the war which Inspires this special brand of .lulls the lino edge of enthusiasm. llruce llartoo In lied Cross Magazine. loyalty and affection. lf Commercial Airship Red Cross Superior to Airplane. News Grenades. London. For the immediate fa ture, according to further extracts from the report Just completed by the civil aerial transport committee of the air board, the commercial airships offers a great advantage over the airplane, particularly concerning passengers, where comfort and ease of navigation, safety and a high ration of disposable lift are vital con siderations. Airships now exist, the report says, with a range of more than 4,000 mil es, and they can travel at a speed of By running their 7S miles an hour. engines slower a maximum range of There's American Pig Iron From Iron Sands. Experiments In New Zealand hate demonstrated the practicability of producing pig Iron from Iron sand. The And if you haven't done anything development of the Industry has reachhorse-powefor your country to date for the sake ed the stago where Iron Is actually pro 13 ton per day. at t, of your own your con, ilucil nre the rate of made now being Plans for greatlj science, your future K J of mind enlarging the plant. get busy. Make a real investment in America Become a stockholder in truth. Make Vealth of Africa. "My Country" carry some signl The wealth of the resources of Afficance. rica 1' thousht equat to any two of the The man who has driven one old Cet ready for the next Liberty other continents of the world. For nubbin or two old Dobbins laborious Loan and buy a block of stock in the Instance. he hn "mhi,ini square miles ly up and down the furrows is In a of coal fields, 03,000,000 acres of fertile world peace movement. position to realize the virtues of the Next- time you can take off your farm lands. Iron ore equal to live times farm tractor. the output of North America, DO per 'iat and not feel sorry for yourself. cent of the world's diamonds, $10,000,-00worth of rubber each year, and uncounted millions In Ivory, nuts and oil, copper and gold." t . ... P.ed Cross Home Well, Knowledge Is Power, Jlrnmle had been to the dentist to get a tooth pulled. A few days later a friend of the family, a man whose head presented an extremely barefooted appearance, called at Jlmmle's house. Jlrnmle squirmed around awhile and finally asked: "Mister Brown, did It hurt much when yn gotcber hair pulled?" Fogs Have "Silence Zones." Fog bells and buoys are frequently Ineffective, because of the "zone of silence" prevalent In fog banks. Frequently these zones not only retard a found but stop It entirely. In tho same bank of fog there will be u long lane through which sound will carry clearly. The result Is that one ship may hear another that Is far off and have no blot ot a third that Is close at hand. People's Home Journal. ,( 8,000 miles can be obtained. South On first speed Capetown, Africa, is today aerially only a little more than three days from South hampton, while this ship could fly ncross the Atlantic and return with The committee points nut stopping. out that the future airships will soon develop a speed of 100 miles an hour, that it will bo fitted with ample sa- loo.is, state rooms, with nn elevator to a roofgarden, and will be able to remain in the air for over a week, Memorable Words Beginning January 1st. Our Terms Will Be Strictly Cash Or I I 1 I Uttered By Wilson, Poincare And Joftre. "And 1 appreciate, as you do, sir, the necessity of such action in the final settlement of the isiues of the war will not only rebuke such acts of terror and spoliation, but make men everywhere aware that they cannot be ventured upon without the certainty of Just punishment." President Wilson. "Pence must make amends for the misery nr.d sadness of yesterdry and it must be a guarantee against the The associadangers of tomorrow, tion which has been formed for the purpose of war between the United States end the Allies, and which contains the seed of the permanent institutions of which you have spoken so eloquently, will find from this day forward a clear and profitable employment in the concerted search for equitable decisions, and in the mutual support which we need if we nre to make our rights prevail." President Poincare. "France owes an immense debt of gratitude to America, which gave us victory. It Is with sincere Joy that we see President Wilson arriving, recollecting all and thinking of all he can do. Thousands of French lives were saved by the Intervention of the United States. It Is with all my heart that I will Join .in the cry of the whole French people: 'Long live the United States! Long live; Wilson I' " Marshal Joffre. I Produce. merchant and customer. are con Nearly all lines of business, ducted on a cash basis and the merchant with money to pay his bill promptly it the one who gets the goods and quick deliveries, vre take this method of notifying our friends of this change in our business so as to save nny further embarrassment for either of us. Wo appreciate the business which you have given us in the past and we hope you will continue to favor us with same. now-a-cla- Husiness conditions aro sucli and so many change have taken place in the last few years that v.u deem this method of doing business best for both i II I ! I I I I 1 $ BECKER BRYANTSVILLE. e and BALLARD. PHONE 27. t , i KENTUCKY. ji re jstsvstTssssBrsisw.-!- vs4f tssMKt mm ' Service in Norway, too! At the doctor's suggestion, A. K. C. nurses relieved the suffering of fever patients during a scarcity of water with chewing gum! "Every cent given to the P.ed Cross comes to the soldiers in dollars' worth of comforts," writes an American captain in Italy to his family. Natives of Alaska, and white men, mainly trappers who are far afield in the winter have formed and support a Fort Yukon branch of the Bed Cross. Cher a thousand aged and Infirm Belgians from the front line areas are being cared for by the A. R. C. in an old monastery near Montreuil. In the invaded portions of France alone more than 350,000 homes have of teen destroyed, and hundreds thousands of children must be cared for. A. R. C. clinics and relief stations which include eje specialists and American dentists give medical aid to referees from the devastated Oite region. garage A complete automobile manned throughout by 50 American women is being operated in Paris by the A. R. C. Woman's Transport Corps. Thorough baths heads included clean clothes and sanitary living quarters provided by the A, R. C. nre warmly appreciated by some 8,000 refugees in Jerusalem. The Red Cross has founded a confidential exchange in Paris to allied charity work. There are more thnn H,000 families on its index catalog. The Red Cross is n national and universal school of service. Its work as a practical force in the world has only begun. Join it by answering the Christmas Roll Call! When letters to and from men In the A, E. F, go astray, write to ."Military Postal Express Service, American Expeditionary Force", giving Your name and the exact address to which you have been sending maif overseas. The real rehabilitation problem is the soldier who has suffered profound shocks to his system and cannot stand the strain of his former occupation. Shell shock Is a recurrent affliction and needs the utmost consideration to make a lasting cure. Ten tons of guavu Jelly sent to French hospitals by women of the Porto Rican chapter were so welcome that the Red Cross commission cabled for more. The reply was that SO tons ot Jelly and several tons of marmalade were being prepared. Ml Let Scott SALE-TU- RN Do It. If you arejgoing to have a Z IT OVER TO SCOTT i and get the benefit of his 15 years experience NO SALE TO SMALL AND NONE TO BIG FOR SCOTT. A. T. SCOTT, Lancaster,Ky. Garrard County's Leading Auctioneer. Differences In Fashion. beauty to appear with golden teeth; In loes India she prefers them stained red, but In certain parts of .Sumatra no lady who respects herself would condescend to have any front teeth at ull. In Japan the professional World 711,000,000 Years Old. Ilaslng their calculutlo.T, upon radio nctlve phenomena, two Ilrltlsh sclen tlsts have advanced the theory that tlu world is at least 71 1.1MH i.ih years old Oldest Timber. What Is described an the oldeit timber In the world which has been used by man Is found In an ancient templo of Egypt. This timber Is Uxed In connection tlth Mono work, which Is known to be more than 4tm years old. This woo, I und the only wood employed In the construction of tho temple u tlt. form r tlc which hold tho end of one stone to another. The tips appear to be tamarisk, of which tho ark was constructed. When a Nut Isn't. The peanut ln't a nut nt all, but n member of the pea, bean and clover family. It Is n legume and gathers nitrogen from the air. I'eanuts do not grow from roots, but on shoots which grow out from the plant above ground, bear u little sterile yellow blossom and then shoot directly Into the ground, where they peg that Is, where peanuts begin to grow on theui. St. Nicholas. I IE WE ARE Released From Food Administration Orders FORCING 100 PER CENT. FLOUR AND MINIMUM YIELD AND WE ARE MAKING GLEN LILY NO GOOD OLD WAY. NO BLEACH COUNTY GARRARD BLEND JUST GOOD WHEAT; THOROUGHLY MILLED; TAKE NO OTHER. THE GARRARD 11 3C MILLING Z3 I COMPANY 3C 1C II The Central Record, Thursday. Dec 19 1918. had ended and thn company marched down town In a body parndlng thru nil the main streets and n few of the bnck streets It was the first signs of life the little town had shown since we have been hero and the band played the "Marseillaise" until well after midnight. It was the first music they have had In the littlo band stand since the early part of the war and the entire crowd Joined In singing their national hymn, and all In all, it was the greatest day of all days. The weather is getting pretty cold but there Is no Indication of snow yet. I wenr all the woolen I've clothes got and the old heavy nrmy mncki-naI In handy these days. comes am on guard duty quite often nnd the way the wind whistles around the corners of the barracks nt night makes me long for n good old log tire like I use to hover nround when I was n kid. Wc have lots of cor.! to burn and plenty of good warm blankets for cover nt night so we do not notice the cold when we get Inside. I nm rending you two handkerchiefs ns a little Xmas present, one I Is for you nnd the other Maria hoped to send n real present but it is so difficult to rend nnvthinir from lover here unless it be In letters that I will have to postpone it until some future day. I nm ttill looking for Marin's let- tcr, hope she writes' soon would like so well to be there to pnrtnke at turkey with nil of you Xmns but can't do it this year. I Kind remembrances to all nnd wishing one and all n merry, merry Xmns and happy New Year., I will close, write citen to Your loving Brother, Pvt. Millard F. Carter. Co. C 33rd Engineers, A. K. F Via N. Y. LUMBER ALL KINDS. AT YOUR. HOME You Will Find A Sample Like SBBOSB TRY IT TONIGHT TkUt tmlr Twr tntu and IUtr Ttt I tV kl the (tut hit tn 4timk (till U n STOVE GOOD KIND. IHIB9 ftfrYS In You Will Builders Hardware. Fed lhc Morning Hervey KHAKI & Woods surely seeing some of France and al so all the German's we care to see. But we are giving the Dutch what they gave Belgium and they are sure going back to Berlin instead of Paris. The Germans certainly would have been In Paris now if the States had not been here the 14th of July for they smarted for Paris that date and the division I am in happened to be on that front and we suVe turned them back toward Berlin and th.it it the last big drive they made. We captured some prisoners one day and one could speak good English and he said the Americans would run all right but they run forward in place PAINT LICK, KENTUCKY. I get a newspaper every day and it contains lots of news from the states. S. I see they are having a very strong election campaign, suppose it will be ft COLUMN all over when you receive this letter. e. I am not going to write a long letSL 15 ter ns I will write again soon. I can tell you one real good bit of news. I yhave a nurse from LouisThe following letter from Thurman ville and she is sure worthy of the Teater, a Garrard boy, who is "over highest compliments. there" doing his bit, was written to Write soon and a long letter. his ancle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. W. With 3incerest love. S. Scott, and will be read with interPvt. John II. Jennings, N est by his numerous friends hero. Co. K., 7th Infantry. A. E. F. "Somewhere in France." Via N. Y. Sunday night, Nov. "rd. My Dear Aunt and Uncle: .Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Smith, who I received a letter from ycu an live on the Poor Ridge pike arc was glad to 'itat from you. I was clad mighty proud of the following letter to know yo:t all were well. This just received from the had they have leaves me fine. I 1 ou'll get tin feeling brighter id hotter man you havo for many u day. 'I ho reason Nature's Remedy (N R Tablets) WW--- ' te in. uiuireni in ordinary- laxatives. ''V '"iir salts, iscalomel, cils and acuon irum nn. y ',"Jr 'l 's in''1'cr' "et "it'fi thorough, because of v itshiMi.-tirif.- l nctuiti em t he illeStIVO ami elimilia- tivo uruans the stomach, liver, kidneys and bowels. That is how it relieves and eliminates sucl troubles as Rheumatism, Indigestion and Constipation it corrects the mutes that produce the trouble. i'jr 'f, ur cUIim. It li riicn jou In rt THIS SAMPLE IS A CONVINCER. Who )tm see cumlncrJ, fit a 2c. U fluui jour tllugglit, R. E. McROBERTS, Lancaster, Kentucky. fortitude l'Inutu. Daily Thcujht. Is a cn .it help In dMresa Optimistic I Thought. Ql ling rsnnot nlnnjs rule as 'ben. of backward. Whenever you hear the Dutchman is a game lighter you tell them they ore mistaken for they wont fight you hue fetalis Commanding Officer, with whom hand to hand with bayonets, they good health ever since I have been their son, Buford, has served for the throw up hands and hollow "comlitre. Havtn'i been tick a day 1 past year and is to be mustered out rades", but it is seldom you ever got cm thankful for that for thac is the that close for they sure believe in resoon. greatest part of life. treating but they are just about fin- "Co. A., 2Sth Bn. U. S. Guards, I hope you all are well at this time. Fort Mcl'herson, Ga. Dec 7th. shed, they can't last long by thcir-- I You raid grand father was up to see I camo oyer in June and selves. W. M. Smith, you, I am glad he is still able to go Mrs. have been on three fronts, ami cerLancaster, Ky, It. F. D. 3., I wrote him a letter not' around. tainly have been lucky, haven't even My Dear Mrs. Smith: long ago, bu( haven't had an answer In a few days your soldier will re- gotten a scratch. Just came back ytt. When you see him, tell him I ceive his honorable discharge and from the Front last week and don't am well and I don't think It will be think this Division will ever go up long before I can come back to see start for home. Private Buford Smith is bringing again. I don't him. Well aunt Maggie, Got n letter from Aunt Emma sayback many fine qualities of body and want you to write about those good mind which he has acquired or de- ing you all were only allowed two fried chickens you are having, The pounds of sugar a month, well I beveloped in the Military Service. will have to buy one and it Army has done everything it could do lieve we have you betted, as we have would cost about $2.00 over here. I plenty of everything to eat. Of t, to make him strong1, fine, want you to save one until I come It returns him course wc don't have vegetables but yet self controlled. home. Well you wanted to know if we get fresh meat every day. U. S. to you a better man. I had ever been in the trenches yet. You have been an important mem boys are fed better than other nrmy. No I haven't been in the trenches, ber of this great Army of Encourage The Red Cross is sure a great thing but I sure have had some experience, ment and Enthusiasm which helped in this war and the boys certainly apbelieve me. Have been doing some to make his and us all better soldiers. preciate what the ladies are doing barber work but don't have much You can now be a great help in keep for the Reil Cress. time for that. I am assistant driver Well it i3 almost bed time and my he is ing alive the good qualities on a truck. Hope to bringing back from the Army, in candle is about finished. Well this is all I know to write this making him as good a citizen as he get your raper regular. time, will have lots to tell you when Your Friend, has been a good soldier. I come home, so will close for this Traylor West. His fare and necessary expenses time. With lots of love to all, K to his home will be paid by the GovThurman Teater, Tha letter below was written to ernment. He will receive all pay Co. B 112 Ammunition Train, due him. He may if he wishes, wear his titter. Miss Elvaree Carter, and American Exp. Forces, France. his uniform for three months from is from Private Millard F. Carter, of The Gov- Co. C, 33rd Engineers, A. E. F. via the date of his discharge. The following letter was received ernment will also allow him to keep N. Y., and is one of the most interestseveral days ago by his mother, Mrs. up, for the benefit of his family, hi ing ones we have read. Nannie S. Jennings, from Private Insurance at the very low rate he is "Somewhere in France", Nov. 17th, My Dear Sister: John !I. Jennings, and will be read now paying. His return to civil life will bring Your loving letter of Oct. 1st, at with interest by his unmerous friends new problems for you both to solve. hand and as usual was delighted to Jn the county. The qualities he brings back will help hear from you, and would liked to "Somewhere In France", Oct 28. you now as your encouragement have answered sooner but crushed Dear Mother: 1 will try to a.iswer your litter 1 helped him while he was away, and in one of my fingers cranking n gasoline received last Saturday afternoon and your hands and his, rests the future engine which disabled me from writing for a few days. was sure proud to hcr.r from you of our country. As his Commanding Officer, I am This leaves me still in the best of once more, it being ths ;1rsl I've gotten from you since I arrived in proud of him. He has done his duty health and enjoying every day I France. Received it at 5 I'. M. and well. I, and his comrades, will bid spend in France, but don't think I'll was wounded the next morning nt him goodbye with deep regret, and be able to write to you again from 7:30. I have a gun shot thru the with him every tuccess after he re- Montolre, Instead I would not be surleft thigh passing clear through, I turns home that spot in every man's prised if my next letter is mailed In one of the little towns up near the only have a flesh wound but it is heart no other place can fill. Sincerely yours, front line, although I know nothing deep. I may be weak from it tonic- Edwin C. Burdick, definite, It is merely n prediction on time but I think, I will, in time enCapt. U. S. Guards, mjj party We have heard nothing In tirely overcome it. I am getting Commdg. Co. A 28th Bn. regard to returning home but it is along fine, have been. in the hospital my opinion that we will not be in the a week and It is like being at home. The letter below was written us by states any earlier than next Auguit, Ben was in the tame battle, I have not seen or heard from him. I wrote our good friend, Traylor West, 4 and there is a possibility of us being Lancaster" boy who is seeing service in France for a year yet. him today. I think the boys who havo been I suppose I will get more letters In France. He says the Cential from jou soon and I can write you Record is "like a letter from dim", doing all the actual fighting will be real often as long as I am In the hos- "Somewhere In France", Nov. 10th. the first to cross the pond or at least Mr. It. L. Elkln, they deserve to and if I mutt remain pital, anyway. How is Mark and is he in Camp Lancaster Kentucky, oversea until they have returned now? I know Charles is fine and I Dear Sir: then I'd prefer to be where I can see I received the first issue of your the scenes where the battles have hope it Isn't an age till I get to tee him. I sure would like to tee the paper today, dated Sept. Cth and sure been raging but I would have been baby also the rest of the folks. I was glad to get It fpr It is Just like a better satisfied had I been there to letter from home, sure enjoy hearing have taken part In them. have lots to to tell you then. We were a hannv bunch last Mon- I hope you all stay well and I think from old Ky and to know the folks was announced the war back there are doing fine. We are 'day when we will meet again before long. 8 TOBACCO - - - TO THE - - - LANCASTER ISBICCI WftHEHOUSE STANFORD STREET. C. A. SPEITH CO., MGRS. We Pay the Highest Market Price and load the Same Day. Un- NO COMMISSION 1 CHARGED. Residence 245. Warehouse Phone 34 . if The Central Record, Thursday, Dec 19, 1918. i 1 llllllllllllllll MIWWWW J.J.Byrne Exclusive ! O upiomeirisi. A i nun I 3 COUGHING SPELLS Tut a atcn to them i BREAK MIR REST. wh'.x old TsUaila Vt. King's New Discovery DANVILLE, - KENTUCKY. Opposite Gilchcr Hotel. Ofi'tcj llourt S j to 12 anil t to S p.m. Dr. Wm. D. Veterinary Oilier and Dentist. it Kilnry Pryor, Surgeon uauu m ED INTO ."H'-irav, J.oares threat must ba t d chest eoeth:d. 'Ihit n must be Ixxizo-S- . Ihit cough must be chscV d to you can sleep. Dr. K '.j's J.'cw Discovery has bsea rrlirving c lis, er.d coughs for half a century r&hcut ths liact dhjsresabla nltcr-- i Yo-:- r Cr-&his It bxaujj It Is '3 la Us Cz&zad. tJ Livery Stable. Lancaster. HATFIELD DENTIST Offlco Of f ica LANCASTER, Phone. oTr The Garrard Dank S. R.lid.nt. 376. KENTUCKY. S319 - ACRES - 319 ONE MILE FROM WALLACETON, SIX MILES FROM PAINT LICK, FIVE MILES FROM BEREA, KY, KNOWN AS THE GEORGE MITCHELL FARM. WILL BE SUBDIVID oyitcm freed from poisonous wastes,-thcomplexion dear, the stomach eweet, the toncnie uncoated, the breath untainted. Mild yet positive ia action. Keep the bowels ca schedule tins tj'tli Dr. King's New Life Pills, the Try th!3 for Constipation Says Germans Rendered Bodies of Their Dead William Russell, a former employe of the L. and N. shops, in Louisville, and now with the 120th Infantry, in France, tells in a letter received by his friends, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Howard, of Louisville, of the discov ery by Americans of rendering plants where the Huns reduced their own dead for the create that serves as an ingredient in high explosives. He wrote : "I found a place where they had a human butcher shop. Several dead Germans were lying around and some had been on the block and were cut up in preparation for cooking in kettles nearby. They were rendering them to obtain grease for high ex plosives." J. A. Beazlev FUNERAL DIRECTOR Office Over National Hank. Residence i'hon 3. Office Phone 27 LANCASTER, KV. H. J. PATRICK, Dentlwt. Kentucky. 25 to 100 ft6RB TRA6TS To Fit YourPocket Book. 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 the Day. , Faint Liok. Or. Printus Walker VETERINARIAN. Call, Answered Promptly Day or NicH. Phon. 317. LANCASTER. KENTUCKY. Teachers To Get Pay When Due In Future. Pay for public school teachers will be distributed on time in the future, either in cash or interest bearing warrants. The act of 191S providing for the issuing of interest-bearinwarrants against the State school fund when there is not sufficient money in the fund to meet the full distribution, is constitutional, Judge Shaclcford Mil ler, of the Court of Appeals, said last dissolving an week in an opinion, injunction granted by the Franklin Circuit Court to Clarence Adams, a teacher, restraining State Auditor Greene from issuing such warrants. The whole court sat with Judge Milg HAS THREE GOOD Honaker Fine Cut Flowers. John M. McRoberts. W. A. WHEELER c $; S' r DENTIST I.ANCASTKIt, . 1 - KENTUCKY Qlllce over Stotmn Drue Stor. 7:30-9p.- llourt 8 12 a.m. I p.m. ;J0M WHITE & CO. LOUISVILLE, KY. Literal asaeti await a fall value P 4 ::-fu- mSESm Buslorss.Phonogrsphy TYPEWRITING md Saturday, Dec 21 At ten o'clock, rain or shine. Your price will buy this good gently rolling farm or some rs Hleee tmt nr?MlUM JP BOOKKEEPING TELEGRAPHY l part of it. All of this land is susceptable to profitable cultivation and is now mostly in grass. Will be sold worth the money. DON'T FORGET THE DAY. mTiflnTtMiiri BUSINEISCOUCOE 111 .ei tonfcle BerceallU ltmdl. rr.t.irter '" .1. ..r. Farm can be seen any day. ler. The act of 1918 provides for dis tributing the school fund to the Coun ty Superintendents and City School Boards monthly, during the school year, commencing September 1st. The question was raised in this suit whether it should be constitutional to pay interest on the warrants out of the State school fund, which is required to be held inviolable for school purposes. "l The court said interest on such w arrants meets .the definition of school purposes. The warrants are to be hsued to the State Superintendents and treasurers of independent school boards. State Auditor Greene studied the opinion today, hut it is probable that the court will be asked to extend the opinion by answering some specific questions connected with the method of making out warrants. Tle svarrantstan be disposed of by the school authorities nt face value. POSTED 1 The undersigned hcreny give warn- 'line to all persons not to trespass upon 'our lands for any purpose whatever ns we will prosecute nil offenders to ,5he fullest extent of the law. Hunters and fishermen espe:lally take notice. 1!. L. F.lkin, Mrs. Cora Phillips, Mrs. Kmmn Daniels, It. 1.: Arnohl. Mrs. Sarah J. 1'. Hackley, Mrs. Kmmn Higglnbotham, Kdd nnd N. II. Price. S. C. Klgsby. Hohnes Caught Napping, Referring to our recent note uliout thu UnglUh reporter giving the. base- u correspond-en- t hall Hcore a "Tnn-lim-,- " remind us that no less u writer than Oman IMjIn tinre made n cu- rlous blunder In dfrrllilu our nation.- ,al gnme. "Tlie cutflilng, " wrote. 'seemed to mo extraordinarily Rood, especially the lung mtchei by the bleachers." Boston Transcript. R. Q. WOODS. PAINT LICK, KENTUCKY. Some French History Regarding Tho Recovery Of Metz. Surrendered To The Germans In 1S70 With 150,000 Men. arms laid on the ground. Thry had lighted n large camp fire, around which sone officers talked in low voices with n dejected nlr. The nofse of capitulation was current since the day before in the camps. The colonel, n man nlr;ady past middle life, with greying mustache, walked to and fro solitarily at some distance, crushing in his hand the order that I had given him. Sirddcnly lie approached me and siezed my urm: "Captain", he said to me in an altered voice, "two words, I pray you! You comu from headquarters you know more of this than I It is the end, is it not?" "My Colonel, I believe it". "You believe ItT How can you believe such a thing!" He dropped my arm with a sort of violence, took several steps, and returning to me brusquely, looked me full in the eyes, "Prisoners, then betrayed?" "My Colonel, I believe It". There was silence again; he remained sometime before me in profound reflection, then lifted his head and said with extraordinary emotion in his voice, "And the flags, surrendered?" "I do not know, my Colonel". "Makta UttU Ons Clad, Docin'i Tatte Bad." FOLEY'S HONEYS TAR MOTHER wants to be sure and certain that the medicine she gives her child Is safe. She wants no opiates or habit forming drugs. She wants a medicine that she knows other mothers have used with satisfaction and success. , The lecovery of the Metz to the French recalls her shumeful surrender In 1870, the 27th of October by Mnrilml llazame with 120.000 men. A dramatic moment of the proceedings lending to surrender is pictured ln"Le Drapean", by Octave Feulllet, from which the following is taken. "I was tlu'n outside of Metz. In the evening of which I speak, the ilth of October I was bearer of some orders which were not clear to inc. I wns charged in particular to arrest in its inarch onto of our regiments, the number of which I have forgot-ten- .. I had rejoined and arrested it. Feultry Tonic I wns ready to ride off again. I waited only to let my horse get his wind. We found ourselves in the plain near juulirytimtakriown the village of Colembey; the noise of m Curv rarrt.U fftZM. cannon and of the fusillade had censIituiM)riif:k, cholera. tul utUrillMftM. At ilruir ed for an hour: a tranquil moon rUif or I'j null Watpili. mounted slowly on the horizon. buukfrvt. The regiment, obeying the new In Ifa. Haselden Brother. structions, guarded their ranks, their "Ah! you do not know?" He left me again, nnd walked for Advancing then five or six minutes. toward the front of his men he said in n tone of command, "The Flag"! who carried the Hag The came out of the ranks. The colonel seized the staff with one hand, nnd raised the other toward the group of drummers. "Beat a salute", he cried. The drums sounded. The colonel approached the fire, holding high the flag. "Ho set the staff upon the ground, his eyes following the circle of officers, and uncovered his head. They did likewise. The soldiers stood watching with a silence of death.1 The colonel had a moment of hesitation; I saw his lips tremble; his eyes were fixed with an expression of mor tal anguish upon the tattered piece ef silk, sad emblem of the father-land- . At last he decided; he bent his knee, and lowered the flag slowly over the blazing fire. An eager flame leaped up suddenly, lighting up more clearly the pale faces of the officers. Some of them wept. After some seconds the flame died, and it was all over with the flag. "Beat the drums", said the Colonel and the drums resounded mournfully. He put on his cap and came toward me. "Captain" he said to me in a voice very hard "when you return to headquarters have no scruple in telling what you have seen I salute you". "My Colonel, I said, "Will you permit me to embrace you?" He drew me violently to his breast, clasping me to suffocation. "My poor child, you do not know all that I A Mothers Commend Foley's Such a family cough and cold yemedy Is Foley's Honey and Tir Compound. It meets squarely and satlifac. torlly cTcry demand a mother can make as tu purity and wholesome-sesItlscleaoly made of tho very best Ingre. dlents which she would use herself If she could always get them In a fresh and puro condition. When she Insists on Foley's Honey and Tar the gets at a moderate price (less man sne would pay It she bought the Ingredient at retail and mixed them herself) a standard medicine that has been used successfully In thousands of homes Uc many years a medicine that experience proves Is the best she can bay. It Vaow Foley's Is VIolh.M who bam aa.prtr-dof afaud no barn will comaIttrtu 1( eood d I Is tlt.n by accident. la.tes woa't lojurs thi most uellsata stomach. It promptly chocks anasbt, colds an I croop. II hoali be kept la too femilr lufcllelue cbe.fi ready wbeu the year 'luuoJ-alw- aj. suffer." Don't Suffer With Headaches. You don't need to suffer from thumping, splitting headaches. They are most likely due to some trouble in your stomach, liver, kidneys, or bowels nature's signal that something is radically wrong inside. What you want to do and do at once is to get you a bottle of Vin Hepatica for cleansing out your liver, kidneys, stomach and bowels. That will stop yotlr trouble, ton you up, and make you feel like an entirely new person. We are the exclusive agents for Vin Hepatica. Come in and get a bottle now. It. E. McROUKRTS, Druggist, Lancaster. 4 12 Gals. Safest For Children uJ lAWftMlABidlCl-lulMl- STORMES DRUG STORE. uii. The Central Record, Thursday, Dec 19, 1918. n ii 11 ir C 31 IE OPPORTUNITIES IN OIL USED AUTOMOBILES. Now is the timelto buy and save money. guarantee every'car we sell. We RECENT DEVELOPMENT IN KENTUCKY OF UNUSUAL MAGNITUDE, Effort of Decided Success Attend Dig Profit Kentucky Company Au red. Kentucky as an oil producing state coining rapidly to the fore, duo largely to Uie aggressive and progressive management of one of ttio pioneer Independent oil companies of the Mate, the llcCombs Producing nod ItcQnlng Com puny. This organization has quadrupled Its production recently simply liy golruj after oil when It knows It wa,s there. This Is emphasized by the fact that this company has as jet not drilled what Is technically called one dry hole, that Is, a well. As a result It announces a well just "drilled In" In the "Big Sinking District" a aVMurrel well In County, nnd a UXMiarrel well near Torrent, Ky. This makes an Increased output of 7fi0 barrels ht day In only throe wells here lately, and there are now Sl producing wells belonging to the tniiplo. ilr. Ah rum Itrnlrk, president of the Company, announces that within the next ten dnjs he expects also the completion of eight addition-a- t wells. This Is Koine to make u tremendous Increase In the production of crude oil by this company. Increasing Facilities. To accommodate this product the entire refining plant of the Consolidated Oil lleflnlng Company of Knst has been purcltascd and will St. be literally removed In Its entirety to Hcnttjvlllc. llcattyvlllo Is on the U and N. Hull road aad within six miles of the producing properties of the McCombs Comp.iny in S olfo County. A pipe line Is now being constructed from the wells to the location of the refinery at Hcnttjville. A tleet of 30 steel tank cars has lecn purchased to cc.nvoj- - the finished product to the market. Refining In Kentucky. Meantime, production from wells al ready hating a consistent record ft production nnd many new wells Which brought In are constantly through the active drilling campaign Inaugurated by the company, assures an .ample suiply of oil for the re finery from Its own wells. The at the manage ment In securing a rrudy-to-hanre fining plant qt a reasonable Ugure nay ho appreciated when It Is realized that under present conditions the construc-tlo- n of a new plant would have het-Impossible. The establishment of the plant at licuttjvlllo will be followed by the const roctlon of an additional plant for the manufacture of lubricating oils nnd pa ratline wax. Future Possibilities. With the prospect of Increasing the number of new wells by 40 or more within the next six months, the Producing and Uelhilng Company Is JieJjUed in helloing tlut at least 1.0n0,000 worth of on will bo sold from tho property within the next six months. Adding to this the profits of refin ing, and marketing in Its own curs, it easily takes Rink as the foremost independent oil company In Kentucky. It must be remembered that the Immense acreages jot undeveloped contains povdhilltles of future profitable expansion which can hardly bo calculated. It 'Include over 17,IXI acres In the Custom Kentucky oil belt. Under the able executive nuinagtv meut of A brain Kenlck, the president of the company, und tho field management of J. U. MrCoinlis, there has been an enormous Increase In the total Tnlue of the company's holdings nnd this has been accomplished without Jeopardizing the safety of tho shuro-holder- s' Interests. Further expansion, Imwever, requires an additional amount of working capital und this vvfll be supplied by the sale of additional stock jet retained In the treasury. Recent Newspaper Comment "llrCninb lluys lloro Production In Lee. Tint lonso purchased conKlsts of 11U acres and nre regarded as' very valuable property, There are now two wells on the Hutdver lease, one of which under actual lest for 18 hours produced IKK barrels of oil." OU World, Nov. 2. 1018. "McCoiubs Producing and IleUtilng Company bus rompleteit Its urruugo-inent- s for a very active drilling campaign on the llutrher and llargla leases. It Is anticipated that the production of this company, on account of It! operation on tlie above leases, will bo very greatly Increases! la tho Us mediate future. Market Letter, Kentucky Oil ivxchnnce. No, ft, 1918. week "The prominent feature of was the purchase by Ue MiOnba Produdnj: and lteflalnx.Campany of la '$1150.00 191'5 Buick.ffive passenger 550.00 passenger 625.00 1916 Oakland,;five 600.00 1916 Overland, five passenger Three 1917 Fords $400., $425., $4.50 1018BuickIRoadster SEE US AT ONCE. The Danville Buick Go L. B. CONN, Proprietor. Walnut Street. i Danville, Kentucky. Iu " ir if ii ii ir 31 IE property. This purchase Is In keeplnf policy of the '.Mc with the Coiubs' people of purchasing producing properties nnd paying for what It worth. This wilt be good news to the hundreds of ioople who are Interested Ilnanchilly In this company, ns the ' properties are undoubtedly of very great vulue'iind should jlrld handsome returns upon the Investment,"Market letter, Kentucky Oil Kx change, Nor. 2. WIS. "JloCombs Prcxliirliig and lb lining Company (lets More Production In 1a County- .- Follow Ing Its usual policy of Investing conservatively In only absolutely proven Holds, McCombs Producing and lleflnlng Company has closed a ileal whereby It lieenmes the owner of no undivided three-fourtInterest In the llutcher nnd Hargl lenses In Lee County." approximately The consideration ti'iO,(0 Is tjpli-n- l of those Involved In recent transactions where pniduclng proH'rtles have changed hands In this territory. The advnntagi-nu- s features of unnsual large wells and high percentage of successful completions that have marked the development of the Itlg Sinking District ore now- - beginning to be rellected In the prices asked and obtalmil for production. Prices for oil properties In general In Kentucky are as jet only beginning to approximate Intrinsic value taken from the standpoint of returns realized from their development." Oil World, Nov. , IMS. The onlce of the president, from which additional Information can lm obtained. Is nt 1!W l'J Uuildlug. iouisv Ilia, Ky. No Return. We cannot go back. The old places ecretary Baker Urges Letters For the Boys With "Home-touch- " OIPASTMINT, VVASMIMOTO, dear Sr. Poidlert Tfca ys of th werl4 ar open oar soldi crartMO today net cor for what thsy har. dona than for what tbajr ar lafors thso 11 tha Usra of halpln new callad upon to do. and to rshabllttats tlw dsvaitad land of franoa and a bsa ao slortoualj of raaJdns ar that tha rlotory In whlab a psraar.ent ens. aharsd shall n tly lth ns bars and to eraet then faaa to faoa. Tt postponaDest of thalr hcsseoalnswlll bo often nppnaot aa wall In tholr Bind and rust OTarocw oany diffias In curs. Thay will yet culties without alther tha IneantlTa or tha xaltaaant last U tha past by tha activities of war. They naad oar help and now perhaps nor than at aty othar tltsi alnoa tkaj laft hc In order that thay nay ba Inspired and strensthasxl to nalnuln that flnscai of oharaotar, taannar and eondaet wbloi baa aarnad for then taah uslrarsal raipast. Thla osans that i nay not axpaot soot to hara Uisoa all nt whloh nay ba I bailer that among all tha lnflusno fooutsd upon thl cbjoot, tha atrorct and tsoit and I tharafora area la that Meh anaaatas froa bona latter, tha aotbars, fathsra, wlva and alatars of oar aoldlara orar-a- aa to aiprosa tbaasalva earnaatly In thatr lattara aa thalr abara In saalng that tba Mgh stasdard which iaarloa ragraaaat both bara and abroad ahall ba oonatantly npbald. Cordially yours. Xawtcn Sasratary of Sar. Itr. Bsysend B. FosdloK, C Bakar are not the same If we revisit them, the old pleasures have lost something If wo try to repent tin in, the old groups can never bo rcgathcnsl In completeness of presence ami spirit. Ufe Is n kaleidoscope. It holds many beautiful combinations, but whin we have turned one ut of sight, no effort will bring It bark again. ' Author of Immortal Song. "Home. Sweev Home," was vvrlttrn In In 1KSJ by John Howard Payne. but n very few of the sixty J cars of Ms life Puyne was sutllclcntly long at any ono place to call It his home. Ho died In Tunis. Africa, April 1, 18.12. yenrs afterwards nnd It was thirty-on- e before his body was brought to his native country, the place he no doubt had In mind when he penned these appealing words. Cbalnu, Conclsalcn on Training Canp latlvltlaa. TURH THE BOYS' THOUGHTS HOMEWARD, SAYS FOSOICK, ASKINGJO-OPERATIO- Sujjutlon for Mother's Letter. Son of Mine: He Farmer Receives More Than Five Thousand Dollars a Minute From Swift & Company This amount is paid to the farmer for live stock, by Swift & Company alone, during the trading hours of every business, day. All this money is paid to the farmer through the open market in competition with large and small packers, shippers, speculators and dealers. The farmer, feeder, or shipper receives every cent of this money ($300,0X30 an hour, nearly $2,000,000 a day, $11,500,000 a week) in cash, on the spot, as soon as the stock he 'has just sold is weighed up. Some of the money paid to the fanner during a single day comes back to the company in a month from sale of products; much does not come back for sixty or ninety days or more. But the next day Swift & Company, to meet the demands made by its customers, must pay out another $2,000,000 or so, and at the present high price levels keeps over $250,000,000 continuously tied up in goods on the way to market and in bills owed to the company. " This gives an idea of the volume of the Swift & Company business and the requirements of financing it. Only by doing a large business can this company turn live stock into meat and at the lowest possible cost, prevent waste, operate refrigerator cars, distribute to retailers In all parts of the country and be recompensed with a profit of only a fraction of a cent a pound a profit too small to have any noticeable effect on the price of meat or live stock. Swift & Company, U. S. A. (Special.) tVnshlncton. Jut leaving fnr Prance to inerln-tenthe dcmohillratlon nctlvltlcs of which recently those organisation took part In the 1,'nltcd War Work II. Itaymonl rosillrk, Campaign, Chairman of the Commission on Train-In- ? Camp Activities, was Interviewed with regard to the present situation of our ov crseus forces. "Tlie prnblein prescntel by the gradual dcmobllltatlon ot more than two million men three thousand miles from homo Is one which will tax nil Xo ono with a particle of appreciaour social resources," said Mr. Pos-dirtion can observe the work of u Ited "It Is above nil n morale prol Cross nurse and not have his heart It in, nnd It must be faced ns such, with go out in love and sympathy for her. the full fMicrutlon of families and who is sacrificing her life for the frlcndv bete In this country, If It Is to livery ono who lie solvid Miccew-fiilly- . cood of humanity. Clad as she usually is in spotless white with the lied has a son, u brother, utiist "While tie wsr was on our loys Cross surmounting her brow she apwere fully occupied; they were still pears little less if not more than an filliil with the spirit of ndventure, angel. Her very presence is inspir- liHiklns forward rather than bark. ing; anil her gentle demeanor bring Now, however, the tlzhtlni; Is nt an hope and comfort to the sick room. end. They are Klns to remain, most of them, many months dolus work Many a poflT soldier lias felt her imwhich will be neither excltlnj; nor press und made greater effort to get well. The work of these angels of particularly Interesting. They will lonesome, bond and terribly homemercy continues and they must be sick. supported in their efforts by a grate"The $ITU.il.") raised In the reful people. A call is therefore made cent I'nlted War Work drive Is to he for everyone to become members of und precisely to bridge over this peand the Ued Cross by the payment of one riod by providing recreation dollar and tho drive for universal nmuvement. Hut no hiiiouiu of mere money in such a way will be membership Is being made this week, etioiiKh. What these Imjs rsilly want to tioso on the 'J.lil. Let every one Is not illvtrsloti, luit htuoan tntiiefct respond nnd prove his loyalty to the nnd sytuiatliy. Tlwe things eipress-- : consecrated men and women nnd his! oil In loiters front bome will warm a. home i their he. r's nnd cren'o love for humanity. around tie i i, even while am-i-they are from i.ie family circle "Such letters may be a very necev sary sheet anrhor tb windward In the case of some boys. The thought of some one walling for them, counting on them, will, more tliaii nnj thing else, make them hold back nnd think twice before plunging Into situations which might mean harm und unhap-plnes- s A. Cox, cIAI-drrefor them. Mi. J. "We have rulsed the rlennest nrtny Va., writes: V. In IIS' world. We have kept It clean. ".V.y chu.-Jit- ir . . . sufWe hope to bring It bark as clean and fered terribly, f&s could strong as It was when It lift us, Hut not turn in fced . , . the widle wo believe our soldiers wilt doctors Rive licrup, and stand the presint test the hardest ot ic brought lirrhomcto nil In some ways ns bravely ami et:.'!;rcd so die. She successfully us they have stood every much at . . . I1.T.C. Havother test of their luiinhood und ening heard cl Cardul, we durance. It Is our duty to give them all the heli wo can. BStltforhcr." "This, ns I have said, can best l remUrcd by means of letters width wilt begin now, nt once, not only to satisfy their home longings, but to turn their thoughts from tusks already accomplished to tho long J ears of life ubcad of them." Help With Your Money. Suffer? OH Ito The Woman's Tonic "In a few days, tne .a to Improve," Airs. Cox continues, ''end had no trouble at , . , Cardul cured her, and wc sin:;' lis prtlecs everywhere." We receive many thousands ot elrz'!ar letters ever year, telling ol tho nood Ctrdul has done lor women who sutler frcnt complaints to common to their sex. It should do HOME FOLK8 MUST HELP. w Funeral Lancaster, OIHce Phone 18. GNEY Director and Embalmer. Kentucky. Residence Phone 33. to a threo-quart- and BargU tracts. Tiies lrono ax aa tseaedLoctl TafcuskM, lutcrestJuj ihtfiaidttt Washington. (Special.) Tho War Department Commission on Training Camp Activities has lilt uiti an Important und entirely new idea In the "I.etten from huino" plan Just announced. Pull lb" bnjs through the most trying period of their service by writing the right, kind of letters, letter full of the homo? fitting, Jho mother feeling. This uppciil Isjinido to mothers, fathers, sUteVs'und fctuiiliourts liy the War Department. It Is hoped Hint million ot Inspiring letters will bo written tho wtck of December 1.1, designated ns week. 'ulplt unci press ure einiicrutliig to make a great success of tho plan. They're sending you home to me nt last. Through all these months ot waiting and longing Pre been wearlnt a star for you and holding my head high nnd thinking wonderful thoughts about you. I've watched you through ocean mists and dreamed anxious dreams. Yes, and cried a little, too, but not when eople could ace, I And now you're coming homo. Oh, It ton good to lie true. I'vo Just read jour letters again. They say so much moro than jou ever thought when jou were writing them. Juvt happenings that's all most of the things jou wrote about wire to you. Hut to me they said you were facing the biggest thing In life, facing It bravely, ns I should want my son to face It. You were offering your liody nnd your soul for a thing bigger than jou or me or America. When I wrote to yon I tried to write cheerful, encouraging letters, because I did not want jou to go Into battle feeling that I was holding you bark from the big sacrifice. It'a only now, when the llahtlng Is over, that I can let down n little and bo Just your mother. Just the woman who loves you I. titer than anything elso In the world nnd Is so glad to know you're coming back to her that she doesn't care who see her cry. Perhaps for some of tho boy who have stood with you so Uriel) through these trials the lighting Is not Jet all over. Tho fighting I mean Is that between a man and himself, and for many of them this will bo tho hardest hsttln of all. During tho long dnjs and evenings of waiting before they can start fnr home thoughts will creep Into their minds which will ho hard to resist. There will be times after allj these months of action when the longing for change and for the companionship of women may lead them Into as-- ' soclatlons which will spoil their homecoming and cause them shame and humiliation, und even perhaps maku them unlit to receive tbo lova that awaits them here. You, dearest boy, nre Just as human ns jour comrades, ami feeling like these may coinn to you too. I don't ask jou to crush them. They aro nnt-- 1 ural, nnd they only prove that war has failed to dry up tlur well spring ot jour emotions. I ask you only to them when they como and to control them with tho line strength jou have gulniil while fighting for Ihn Ideals nnd principles of America. Just remember that many Joyous years ot Ufu ure ahead of you and that tho risk of spoiling them nnd tho lova thut will 1111 them Is too tremendous to run for n short hour of seeming plensure. Jlan of tho boys who will como homo with j mi hnvo mi mothers In write to them,. Komo of tbctn may think that no one rare what they do. Hut somebody does cure. America cares. And tlio girls they will marry some day cure.- - And, oh, tho dlfferenrti It will tntiko In Ihtlr lives If they will Just remember that there 1 ulwuy somebody, ulwajsl Help them to remember. Help them to come homo clean and fine. Don't let them spoil everything now. They have been so splendid. It you think thl letter will help them giro It to them. If they hove no mother let ma be their mother until they iavo come' back und tnkeu tho high places that await them here. Tell them to write! td me. How I hould treasure their And, of course, j ou will write to mej Just say that you understand that jou know why I have vvrlttrn thl let ier. men i run wait moliuis jes. evcu seurs knowine iimr vnn ui letter i come Homo to uie a fine and clean aa you were when I sent you away to tump so lone ugo. UUTUKU. The Central Record, Thursday, Dec 19, 1 918 THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. The Red Cross All Embracing. Whenever there Is need and suffering the Red Crors stands not on the order of Its going but goes at once. There Is no red tape to retnrd its efforts. Merc In Kentucky In the A. II IJE.NMV. President month of November, 2,S't( families 1. B. STOltMES. Vice I'res't. received assistance from the Red Oroi s Civilian Itellef Department and S. (.. DENNY. Csrhler. $1,1)53.4." were spent to relieve sufJ. It. Marti, In(Mlook.Kfr J. I,, liitl, fering In the families of men In Kentucky cantonmenls or overseas, who Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent. i.erc unable to help them on arcount .f bcinc in th; r:. .ko. This month WIS SOLICIT YOUI! ill'SINESS. with the work among the influcn-- n a great sufferers in the mountains 0, II. Swimbrosil. "Ales II. Dennv, J. II. I'osey. J. E. many more families will be aided and Stcrmes. S. C. Denny, J. I.. Gill. Or. W. M. Elliott. Directou. much more money expended. Everybody will want to help an organization which is doing so much here and elsewhere for humanity and no urgTimber In Durmj. ing should be necessary to get them Suffering Transmuted. llnrmn prows over n hunilrnl s.rl-- . ITnlinpplni'KS Is tlio buiicrr lo cct; to take memberships, which only cost of I'trry fort of timber. Yet up liHpplncs Is ll.o ImiiEer to irlvo. True a dollar. The drive is now on and tn lnt Jfiir sbo uportci her mlilirr Irippliiiii inuit otit liuve flic flnno will end on the 2.1d. Do not let n In pneklrii: ensrs miido of uoil of sorrow oiitlhiil, tho s,ni- - of tuilii golden opportunity to help in doing It tins now been softcniil liy tln fiiillonlni; jmrs, tlio from .Iiitmn. good pars you by. fi'Uml flint tlicy ran lie innili- - locally at chastening of loss that In flu- - wonstout linlf tti cost. drous mystery of tlnif Inm-mulour stiflYrlni: Into loo mul sjinpiitliy wllb otlicrs. Wllllnin George Jorilnn. By To Wri! Off Frosts. (1. Alibott of tlm .Smllhwnlnn Dr. C. The Succulent Pieplant. Institution, suwslcil that If It wore Tin- - pli'plunt bits n rocorili'il history Miltt- - tu cli.irct iho loHrr iilr nboo of ocr four irutiirli'S. It win first You so often get weak in the back citrus fruit orcliurils, uiili n beiivjf culllrntiil In Hi,, wlilto-wallt- il ciirdens listless, and all' rundown this time of it"M' ozono of absorption of Mororrn nml Algiers, niiil'il-friil- ts Hi year. Ten to one It is because your of oiilcolns nocturnnl rmllntlon nail flout rs nml fiuiiitnlns nml wns mlcbt licli unnl oil ilcntrudlw frots. tirouKtit tlienre liy the .Moors In Spnln. kidneys are not working right. They nre the filtering plant of your bjdy While tlio miKiunt of ozone In the low- Not until Lis) jeiirs later OIil rhubarb er layers of tho ,'nrlh'ii ntiiio.iiheri1 Is renlly hccoino Lnonii to i:iikII1i pir-len- And when you get out of fix, Jou're now Lnonu tu !. iirgltglbljr miiiiII, Ihls whence III due time It wns out of fix. ulitnnci' Is nbunibiiit In tin- - ti'i',r nt- - liroueht to What you want to do at' one, is of Atnerlrn tu he emluoiplirri'. ulicro It plays mi luiurtnnt ployed firstthoen tlneiiire, then ns u to come in and get a bottle of Vin lis rolo In rrculutlnis territorial ti'iiii-ru-cleaning sou co urn) to uttaln n final unothrosla llvraticn for thoroughly tuns liy Its uborptlon of ruillsllon. ( In jle. out your kidneys, stomach, licr ;tml I bowels. It goes nt once to the seat up, of the trouble, tones you strengthens your back, and makes you feel like a new person. FROM THE GARRARD BANK & TRUST COMPANY. It. K. McItOIlEUTS, Druggist. Lnn-ca- . ler, Ky. NOTICE. Hi CdpJal 50,000. Surplus 430,000.. xecutors Sale OF- - AT Weak Backs Made Strong Taking Vin Hepatica AUCTION I, John Ball, as executor of Mary H. Dunn, on Saturday, Dec 21st on the premises out-buildin- 5 November Cth, 1018 , You are undoubtedly nunre that ns on original subscriber to b lids of the Fourth Liberty I.onn you nre for the period of the War nml for two years thereafter accordcil an exemption from urtnxes, excess profits anil War profits taxes on the interest received after Jnnuary 1, 1'JIK on an amount of 4 ami 1 -t per cent bonds of the Liberty Loans previouily issue ! eiiun to one ami one half times the amount of your original subscription to the Kourth Loan, but not cxcecifinc total of $43,000 of principal of tuch previous issues provided you still hold n proportionate amount of Fourth Liberty Loan llouds (originally subscribed fori at the date of your tnx return. In other words; such amount of bonds of the Fourth Loan must be In order to carry the exemption as to income from pre-ioissues. This fact is of great importance to tax payers and should not be overlooked. FEDERAL RESERVE HANK OF CLEVELAND, Fi.csl Agent of the United State,. Appealed to Ncvelltts. Fully a score of novels have been wrlttin round the eae of I.ouniuc, who wes wrongfully executed In France f .-- the robUry if thu Lyons mall und the murder of the courier; i, the real criminal was one named to whom I.esuriues Inire n striking resemblance. The crime also formed the subject of several stage dramas; In one of thm Sir Henry Irving scored a success In the dual part of at 2:30 o'clock P. M. will sell to the highest and best bidder, the following described property located on HASELDEN HEIGHTS in Lancaster Kentucky. One newly' built bungalow, 5 large size rooms, back and front p'orch, 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- . 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 un- TERMS OF SALE The property will be sold for one-thir- d cash pay- til paid, with lien reserved on the property to secure the ments. deferred The Week Of The Supreme Test. The supreme test of the loyalty of Kcntuckinns to the Keil Cross Is be ing made this week to end with' next Every person is urged to Monday. become members by paying the small fee of one dollar and if you have not alrendy entered upon the Roll of Honor do not let another hour pass without doing so. No money could be better invested or any that wijl pay as large uvidends in the satisfaction of having contributed even that ilttle to help n cause that res ponds ot the cry of the sick and suf fering everywhere and which regards no danger too great or any sacrifice too much for any effort that will succor and comfort any class of military or civilian unfortunates. The call is for universal memberships nnd It Is hoped that the people of this town nnd county will vie with each other in seeing that every man and woman become members. JOHN BALL, Executor Capt. Am. Bourne, Auctioneer. .This 9th day of December, 1918. OF MARY H. DUNN, Deceased. Accounting for It. To Be Friends Ajsln. .iiinE nimoodle (to dentist) t One cf the wnjs f healing n In'f It rather strnnce, doctor, that nt qunrril Is In nV u fuvnr. If we at- tin- nsi I Imvin't cut my ulsilom teeth tempt to (hi a Kindness to friend yet?" IiintM (calmly) 'Oh, I don't who Is alienated, she will probably keow. l'erhiips there Isn't ennuch t su-cour moiho nml rejret It. Hut wisdom hack of them to push them If we nk n service- - of her. the Imrrler through." of inlaunderstau'ltne will in. It like snow flakes In tlio sun, nml the way will 1 opened for us to be friends ncnln. Ferocious Rhino. Tho rhinoceros would bo Just ns formidable as the bulTalii were his Lightning Calculitlen. Ac eminent eleetrblnn has dt'iirii. sight as goiHl. lint he has to go a bit louly because of dependence on the er of n Ik'htnliu fla-l- i. out the The ataount of HsM i'ieii by a siiikIo n'ne of smell. Once within u few yards of his object, where Ids weak liclitnlns llnsli Is sullkieut tn llluiul- iinte nn nreu two miles sipinre ulth nn I eyes ciin distinguish It thin look out I nvrmce lllunilnatlou of on caudle. Ills charge Is someUiIng terrible, and Tn produce nidi nn Illumination, lie the only mfo place Is a tree. When estimates, the elp ndlture of l.'l.ms) Afrlruii natles nre asked what anil.orso jsiwer for oue secoml would bo mal they most fVnr, nenrly all of them do not hesitate tn say the rhluo. required. liorrv oti COAL. We have plenty of Good 9 1 - SCREENED, NUT and BLOCK COAL For Sale. d 9 9 but just join, once Two and three and more 1919, memberships in the Red Cross arc not necessary one is enough, and all that is expected of you. When you join you will receive a 1919 membership button, a service flag and a folder with ten Red Cross Christmas seals. Wear your button on the outside of your coat when your button Is where it can be seen you won't be asked to join a second time. Put your flag in the front window of your home with an additional membership cross for each one of your family who joins. If you have been a member during 1918, RENEW your membership NOW thjs will be your only opportunity to answer present" to tho 1919 Red Cross Christmas Call. Put your flag fas the front window LANCASTER, KY. Wear your button where it can bo teen Cross join theisRed anda dollar fj - allyou need aheaif fhe Central Record, Thursday, Dec 19, 1918 HWMMMIHtMWMMtHIIMItmMMBMHIIIHIimmMMM Peop ies OBTAIN TWO LITTERS A YEAR When Sows Are Given Det of Feed and Care Thli It Good Way to Increate Production. (Prepared by the United Statu Depart, ment of Agriculture.) It Is common practice among farm ers to require their sows to produce two litters n yenr. Although the sows have had Rood care, they will natural- ly lie run down somewhat In condition, because the greater iwrtlon of the feed cnniumed has been utilized for the ' production of milk. The sow needs a rest before she Is bred again, and tlio time for this Is between the weanln? and breeding periods. Intelligent feeding will bring the sow from a thin condition Into a good, strong, vigorous condition In n short time. When this Is done she will be In proper condition to assume her duty when breeding time arrives. If the sow Is bred In a thin, n condition, she must resume work Immediately, nnd she will naturally be weak and subject to the Inroads of disease. A little cold contracted In this condition may cause death, while a strong, healthy sow will resist suih attacks. It is the general belief that sows In good vigorous breeding condition conceive more readily, thus shortening tho farrowing period for the herd. Alfalfa, rape, clover, or any pasture which Is palatable to swine, with some grain In addition, Is excellent feed for bringing the sow back to breeding condition. Them Is no good reason why a not produce two litters n year when properly hundled. To accom plish this the sow should be bred to farrow, say, for example. In March, and bred again to farrow the early part of September. A sow bred about November 15 will farrow about March 0 to 0. The pigs should nurse eight weeks. The sow should be rebred bv May 20 so as to "furrow on or after! September 8. The pigs could then nurse until November 3. The chances for profitably rearing two crops of pigs from a sow annually are undoubtedly far better In regions of mild climate add short winters than where the winters are long nnd severe., SOY BEANS GOOD FOR SHEEP In Feeding Ned cross futur IS LINKED WITH For Biliousness ' Take Vin Hepatica. A bilious condition Is Indicated by loss of appetite, pnin In the side, linen unit shoulders, resiles nt mglit, u,vl n furrowed foul ton sue. There is often n fcclinc of ilenr.i., ,u. eyes nre dull, the face Is sallow, and quite frequently constipation or dia- rhea occurs. When any of the. symptoms nr prcstnt, a course of VIN IIKI'ATICA Is nt one tif,tn.l Hegin with n full dose to remove the poisonous matter from the l,rm..i. nnd continue for n fw days with a smaller dose. Come In and wet a buttle. K. K. McROHKRTS. Druririst. Lan. i aster, Ky. ROLLGALL Davison, War Council Head iooacco Wareh'e Co DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. Outlines Tasks That Lie Ahead Cull Announcement. We have deferred our opening ale un- til January 1st, 1919, owing to the'fact that the large buyers have advised us that it will I Trials at Wisconsin Station Produced Larger Gains for Given Amount of Feed. (Prepared by the United States Depart ment of Agriculture.) In feeding trials with sheep at the Wisconsin station, soy beans produced larger gains for a given amount of feed and a heavier clip' of wool. In one experiment two lots of ten lambs each be impossible for them to send representatives to ANY MARKET IN KENTUCKY until that date. No market willhave buy ers for the Big Companies earlier than we i have buyers for. them. Keep that ffact in mind. Any of our friends who wish tojhaul to- bacco to our floors will be welcome any time after December 16th, where it will, be safely stored awaiting first sales of the season., If you need some Christmas cash, we will make a liberal advance upon tobacco whensame has been weighed up and placed upon fthe floor. Since the close of last season we have added a new fireproof addition to our sales floor, which adds fifty per cent to the selling space we now have for quick handling of a largely increased amount of loose leaf tobacco. We now have over an acre of space under our roofs, much the largest house south of the Kentucky River also the best in light and barn conveniences. Our motto will be, "Over the Top and a Square Deal." and a Kentucky welThe same hearty hand-shak- e come awaits you, as it always has, at the Old Peoples. We have secured as Auctioneer Col. A. A. Forbes, Jr., of North Carolina, who is considered by expert judges to be the best one in all the South. Come the first day to hear, him. Now that we have done all things in our power and good judgement will accomplish tosecuve the top price for your tobacco, thanking you for past patronage, we again ask you to come on with your tobacco. that-mohe- Sheep Like n Forage a Much f were fed the same roughage. One lot received Mielled corn and whole soy beans In equal proportions, while the other received the same quantities of ' shelled corn and whole oats. The average gain of each lamb during u period of 12 weeks was 102 iwunds when soy beans constituted u part of the ration, and but 13.7 pounds when oats were used. A pound of gain was produced on ail iwunds of grain and 7.11 n pounds of roughage In the ration, while 7- -3 pounds of grain and 8.C2 pounds of roughngo were required In the oats ration. In another experiment the same rations were fed for 12 weeks to two lots of nine lambs each. The lot receiving the ration gained 110 pounds lu weight nnd produced 05.1 pounds of wool, as compared with 71 pounds tncreaso In weight and a production of 31.3 pounds of wool for the lot receiving the oats ration. The second lot also lonsumed more feed per pound of gain. y HORSE REQUIRES MUCH GRAIN i Necessary for Animal to Maintain Weight and Spirit, and Perform Maximum of Work. In order to perform the maximum of work and still maintain his weigh: and aplili, the horse should receive a comparatively large allowance of easily digested grain and a correspondingly small proportion of palatable roughage. I. COf M. DUNN, President Next week's Ited Cross Christmas Call for members Is character lied as "the foundation of the Hed Cross" by Chairman II. I. Davison o Spikenard. 'he lied Cross War Council In his Spikenard, or tinrd. mentioned hi statement describing the future of U nt. John 12. 0. nnd St. Murk II t Ited Crass. un n hlchly aromatic nlnnr irratu In., "Wherever our soldiers and sailors largely In the Indies. Prom this plant may be, the Hed Cross will slay with win mane I lie uliinMe extract or unthem until they am demoblllicd. Noth- guent or favorite nerfumn n.,-,leg. hlch e may do will be left un cli-n- t baths and done, either for the men In the war tone', their families at home, to whom will continue to be devoted the mini Iratlons ot the llrd Cross Home Sorv Ice," promises Mr. Davison. Volunteer Aid Needed. "The ake of the war will, however, GARUARl) CIItCl'IT COl ItT revrnl the prevalence of disease, and George R. Adkinson, et el, I'.i'j. Klvo rise to emergencies which In a VS. parti of the world will call for unllni Thos. Adkinson, et nl, Defti Ited voluntary effort I'ursuant lo n judgment be the opportunity for nt the Nuwmber Term, I'JIrl, tr.e the American lied Cross, Hut even Commissioner will sell at ur Ited Crews must not act and can lutilic nuctlon before the Court not act most fffectltcly alone, we louse Door in Lancaster. Kv . at 1 1 im-- t labor In cooperation with th- o'clock A, M. on national Red Cross and rellrf societies MONDAY. DKCKMIIKR. 23rd. 191 . of other nations, to the end that noi I I. ..I.,.. ,1... l .1... - .1.. lone the heart of America but Ih County Court Term the real vital heart of .ill mankind mi.y be nmbillicd mentioned In the pleadings and deson behalf of suffering humanity.' cribed as follows: In Oarrard Countv. Kv.. on I.irk Mr. Davison declares the American Hed Cross lo b plannlnK "to detrlnp Loir llrnnrh. nnd is hounded on i'-permanent organisation in ttil North by the lands of K. I' Jones, on Its country on a scale never brfore con the Hast by tho land of James Ijiy-ton'- s heirs, on the South bv th land templated In time of peace." of I.atin heirs, on the West by the Home Work to Crow. land of Theo Cotton, nnd supposed lo Sludy," he says, "Is being glscn by contain 16 acres. The purpose of raid sals) is to e the national organisation not alone to the proceeds nnionir th lomt prollems of International relief, but to owners thereof after of plans In this country for enlarged home servlc. promotion of public costs herein. Tr.lt.MS education, detrlopment health The sale will be made on n ere I t nursing, care and prevention ot accl of six months nnd the purchaser will ilents and other lines which be required to execute bond for the may contribute to the health and hap purchase price lth approved securpiness of men, women and children. ity, said bond bearing six per ccr.t "The work of supplementing govern interest from date until imlil. having mental activities, which the lt-Crnes the force nnd fifed of n judgment will be called upon to do In all parts upon which execution may issue, payof the world, will be upon a ere a able to W II. Ilrown, .Master Commissioner of the (iarrard Circuit j scale, but It will call for human arv Court, nnd n lien will be reserved up" raim-man i't iarKT riiriiuiiursfl on the property sold, until the mir. , "What th Hed Cross needs now Is chase money is paid. not so much contributions ot money, n, ti. U, C C ji, ' as the continued devotion and royalty H. C. Kaulfman, Attorney. I of Its member. Join and Servel the payment of only one dollar. "The money thus received not only Defrays all tho administrative ei pnscs of the organisation, but leaves GARRARD CIRCUIT COl'RT a substantial balance, which, together Wm. Hurt's Admr., et nl. I'ltfs, VS. with all funds subscribed directly for relief, are solely devoted to that pur Zekc Mobcrlcy, et a!., Defts. pose. I'ursuant to a judgment rendered nH. "The Roll Call of the nation Is thus it th.. Vnv.mliitr Turn, lotil to be railed at Christmas time, that dersigned Commissioner will sell at through enrollment In the l(cd Cross mono auction oeiore me court1 llouse Door in k'v . nt 1 the American people may send a mes sage to our soldiers still overseas and o'clock. A, M., on to the peoples of the world that we are MONDAY, DKCEMIIKR 23rd. 1918. s not merely content with our it bcini: the first day of the Garrard arms united with onr allies In victory. County Court Term, the real estate out mat our abiding purpose Is that mentioned in the pleadings end described nt follows: the love, the sympathy and the Intelll-gencIn Garrard County, Kentucky, on of all America shall be redeiil- - the waters of Hack ("reek and bound- cated to the permanent service of en ns loiiows: llfginning at the mid- He i.f Hurl. I'r,.nl I... twecn Trav. Casey and John Casey, ueceaseo, running witn tnv branch t EXILED BELGIAN TOTS Cyrus Sanders line; thence with Sanders' line to Hack Creek nnd adjoin- - 1l,ntiru int- - Jnni.i ilth ....,.!. ers of said creek to the beginning, SEND GREETINGS TO containing 8 ucres. L'nd. Tract: Hcgintiin!; nt nn onk, rorner In (Vrn Kin,l.,r.- - iti,,n... ..its. po'les to a lynn his line X 45 K 32 on r.nsi sine ot creek; thence up same S til! W 90 poles to n stake: Washington. w -- li no es iS 20 1.2 inence n oi "Fraternal and greetings" have been sent Amer to a stake; thence with James Cnsey ica's school children by COO Ilelgtan girls and boys now returning from io canuirs; inence with his line 7ri 3.1 K !l 1.1 ii, il... sin ! v I exllo at Havre. Doles nr l.i t IK 7 .,.,!.,. IN,.. A giant scroll bearing soma CIO d- -l vjv s ovum), , intrucu , r. J. names thanks American children for uii-io u siuhe in ine middle of the aid their country has sent Delgium brnnch; thence down tameX CO 1 W 28.G miles to n tnl... Ihun.. V through the war years. unli-- s to th l.,.;.,i .. "Long live the allies! Long live K S2.S Ilelglum! lorjg live the United States talnlnir 37 acres 1 rood and 32 poll of America! Honor to tha American uom oi skii tracts containing acres. 1 rood and 32 onle. Ited Cross and to Its Commission for 3rd. Trnrt. ll..i,ltiIn.- - ... n l.. Belgium! perry, corner to Sanders; thence "The llelglan scholars, boys and line .sin o.-i-poles ri B5 girls. In exile In the Havre region, K 12 poles to n poplar N 20 appreciate with a deep emotion tho ii am hi in tiwt attmt n . nun's lu fl i value and the reality of the high Of II LrnrU'll! .hone. nn am.. services rendered by tha Americas K 37 miles S ! J .2 K 10 polci to lUIVU 111 VU3L LM17G CiT liriiriftl I iup Red Cross to the llelglan population, .... 1 1 4. C driven out of their dear country, and Doll's X - (j7 V. ' , 1 !.' tint... ... refugees In a foreign laud. , Cinnini;, containing 20 ncrc. "They have themselves felt Its coniuv lommmioner will .. sell said stant and generous solicitude, always trnrta Cttfinrntultr aana UltU US U .. u..t.. nilUIV ...mhi ready where thero Is a good to do, a nnd accept the bid which brinjfi the misery to relieve, a misfortune to niojt in oner. comfort. ... . Tin. Kjiti. tvMl I... ..,,.',!. nn "They also send their grateful and f llilf nnd tu'isK'u mnhtlw 11,. most affectionate remembrance to the DUrchnsor will h. rwmitfu.l vn..IA kind children of America, wbosa fa- uuiiuj lur me pu rename price, ilue li thers and big brothers have crossed the big ocean either for the American Ited lith ntiiirnvorl ioKiirli !,! i Cross or In the gallant, powerful and glorious American army to share In date until paid, havlntf the force a the triumph and the right of civilisa" juuement upon uiucn i ccutioo may isiue, payable to V. tion, to help the Belgians reconstruct their homes, and to save their irown. iiiastir nniiii)..tnitU. .s ..... .. iarrard . (lr.Milf f.n. Uisi4 u n.. I country. vvutl nn.i null "Fraternal and cordial greetings to until the nuicnnsri mono Is mild. or llttls comrades, tha Amerleu C I COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF LAND. "ll!!! nuu., COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF LAND. !., U.S. is r. lumunson, Atty lor run. C. The Central Record, Thursday, Dec 19, 19 18. 7? KM I "El y4 t fer War Sth Liberty Loan Is Being Assailed All Tired Out Hundreds More In Lancaster in The Same Plight. THE MOST DANGEROUS DISEASE Get tome DOLO MHDAL Haarlem Oil Cariuls at once. They are an old. tried preparation used all over tha world for Thi-I'enlurle contain on'7 soothlni; out CMiMned wt-sirenG-li-fivlnaudi synerr.-cleanin- if herbs, noil known anil UHtd by phvsi-clnn- s Gol.l) in tholr dally practice. ali;Ali Haarlem Oil Capsules arc direct from the laboratories In They aro ronv nltnt to take, Holland. or and will either rive your none- wi.; his refunded. relief for Ask them at any ilruir ttore. Put be sum to original Imported (IOI.L) Kt the air.l'Al, oraml. Accept no rubctitutes. In sealed packagea. Three sizes. Program. By Propagandists For Returning Soldiers & Others The world conllict of rtrms U o"rf that of commerce, industry and socfnl rifp.ni Is just licKinninir. The (lower of the manhood of America which rallied to the defense of our went n.Mnn is now returning home to follow the ordinary pursuits of pence. These returning soldiers with their enlarged vision of life will naturally become the leaders of their communities, anil to do justice to themselves and their people they mu.- -t be thoroughly prepared. Keren College, with its fixed high principles anil ideals, makes this warning call to every ambitious young man and woman in the great mountain region. Keren has been one hundred per cent patriotic through the war contributing more than one thousand students and twenty faculty members to the service and now it is ready to enlarge and intensify its courses to meet the immediate needs of peace. Thorough courses are given in the Foundation, Vocational, Academy, Normal and College Departments. Rerea recognizes that there are splendid people in the mountains who cannot get an education in the average high priced school, and to those people a special invitation is given. There are two important terms before this school year closes. The Winter Term, which begins January 1st, and the Spring Term, which begins March '28th. The cost for the Winter Term, including board, room, and incidental fee is $10.00. For the Spring Term, ?:57. For full information nnd advice write to fs Ft Tired nil the time; Wcnry nnd worn out day nnd niiit No organs of ttia human hody are no Important In health ami Inn,? Hi as tri Hack nches; head nche kliinrys. Vhn tliey slow up nni to l.ii? In their ilutle. look out Your kidneys nrc probably wenl-enei- l. I'tnil out what the trouble Is without Unlay, Whennr you feel rieMou. weak, dizzy, tuffer from sleeplessness, You should help them nt their vur!c or hae pains In the tack voire up Let one who knows tell you hon-- . at oner. Tour klilntys nil help. Theso are Blent to warn you thit your kid.Mrs. Joe Turner, Tottcn Ave., neys are not performing their funr. onysi "A few jcars niro, my lions properly. They are ooly half work and kidneys Rot out of order anil 1 had doing thilr accumulate are allowing to nnd le ronvert-e- d Into uric nc-and other backache. I felt dull nnd languid which nrevnurlnir you tiwtrn-- and will nml tired ensily. My kidney acted destroy you unleai they am driven IrrcKularly, too. A friend told me from your system of Donn's Kidney Pills nnd I bought them nt Stormcs' Drue Store. They soon rid mc of the backache and put try nnothcr soon." my kidneys In Rood order." 10. "I nm a poor woman anil Price BOc, nt nil dealers. Don't nil I have Is nt the front". simply nk for a kidney remedy (ret 17. "I nin't received my husbands Donn's Kidney Pills the snme that pay and will be forced to lead an Koitcr-Milbur- n .Mrs. Turner hnd. life". Co., .Mfurs., Buiralo, X. Y. 18. "Plcnse me know Right Road to Hspplncts. The unselfish nm the hnpplest tl.nso alio work In nuke ntliors happy nnd forget thcmselvei. The dissatisfied nrc those who are seeking happiness for themselves. Extracts From Letters. D. C, Wills Received By The Bureau War Risk Insurance. Of nut delractli.f ono bit the jtreat elory of wo fay that the United wbrn States, In a measure, ernerBos front Ibis war a burnt child," said I). C Wills, chairman of the Ontral Ub-rrtLoan Committee of this Federal Unserve Hlstrict In a recent Interview In Cleveland. "And as tho burnt child avoids the fire so must tte be ever on the alert, ever watchful of that derplcablr, treacherous Are. which singed us In so places- -- propasanda," many Wills', stalemrnt continued. "Until all our war obligations, all obligations are cleaned our post-waoff t)i" slate, e must continue down the straight nnd of thrift, avoiding all the froKS, switches, sidetracks and College Secretary. spread rails with which enemy-lspired gossip and rumor will bejel KLIN 1 ULK.Y. BEKE.A, our track. "One of the early and Insidious stories of this kind which has come to ma Li tin Fain that the Fifth Liberty Ixmn is to be taken up by the Concerning Snaket. Presidentlal Succession. bankers that tbn people will not be I'olwntui" snake hale diamond-- , TIii" law uf I ho iireiddentlnl (ucn called upon to buy bonds. I.aiil Iuml ntx'iit four tlinei , laririr slon, incd In 1CCH. expressly states "That He mutt be nailed now. nc-- , nl the Janlmni than lit tho that In ran- - uf tin. dmtli uf both presThe Fifth Loan will not be floated cviIIdr lo World Willi- - Mapulne. ident mid Wee president Hip succcs-Io- n untJI April, but preparation for it Non-riicy also linve Muni talK shnll en to the member of the must be undertaken Immediately. I I'lioiKiui snakes lint i' linr hinds, cabinet. lirglriidiiE lth the secretary It will be a popular loan Just at - nearly the same ! hlch anai tl of Half, liut unly "such an an1 eligible the others were and the people M' k, and sharp InlK All snakes, In the ulllce uf president undor tin1 will be called upon to subscribe lii Mtr, nri If llu- - secretary of ihIh'Ihiui ilurinu Ihot .'untllutlou.M to It Jutt at they nave been In the ila j n. j tali" wan furrlpn lurt, therefore, tin IuMIiik" pirlml ft n-past. They eh Mind tno days before "id.nl-- 1 succession would out him uiiil "1 do not believe any groat amount go to the secretary of the treasury, dlnB." of counsel la necessary to the average American along tho lines of thrift and Investment In government securities. I believe the lessons of the loans during tho war have taught him the su periority of Uberty Ilonds as a safe, sane and lucrative Invcrlmcnt and he would consider it unfair of the gov ernment not to give him this means of putting by for tho future." liV713 an V from Tlje follow Inc arc some of the expressions copied from letters received by the Bureau of War Bisk Insurance nt Wnshinfrton. 1. "Please tell mc, is he livinp or (lead am) if so, what is his address?" 2. She is staying at a dissipated house". 3. Just a line to let you know that I am a widow nnd have four children" 4. "Previous to his departure we were married to the Justice of Peace" 5. "He was Inducted into the Lenuth of Nlcht. has put in an application for a wife The length of tin. ni-nt nny time and child". of the year mny ( found by multiply-In- g 19. "I am writing to ask why I by the time nf the sun's rishave not received my clopnient. His ing. Doubling the time of Its sotting was kept from him for the will give the Micth of the day. j money elopmcnt which I ain't never receiv ed." Long Mountain Range. 20. "You have taken my man Sumatra Is nf volcanic origin, and, away to ficht and he was the be3t one tocither with tho other members of the Malay group, formed In an early I ever had." 21. ".My boy has been put in pi 'li.il of tin world n part of tho AuThe ltnrlion, or SucharRO of a spitoon (Platoon). Will ntie continent. matra Alp", form it broken chain of I net more money?" mocntnln', rur.nln: lengthwise of the 22. "Please send my mother h'er l"!nni. Some nf Hm highest points of alimony." the chain are lOrOf anil 12.000 feet 23. "I ain't not no book learning .'live the level of the sea. and I hope I am writing for inflama-tion- ". let if john to surface". "1 have a four months old baby and he is my only support". 7. "I received my insurance polG. ! Marshall E. Vaughn, 24. "I am a lone woman with a parsley dependent." 23. "I was discharged from the army for a Koitcd which I was sent home on". 2d. "As I needed his assistance to keep me enclosed." 2f. "Kind ais or she." 2S. "And ha was my best sup-- 1 SATiSPYiSG RELIEF ish and had since moved my ." I 8. "I received $G1.00 and am certainly provoked." 'J. "I am his wife and only air". 10. "You asked me for my I have four boys number. nnd two cirls." 11. "Please correct my name as I could not nnd would not co under a consumed name". 12. "Please return my marriage certificate, my baby hasn't eaten in three da)s." 13. "Both sides of our parents are old nnd poor". 14. "Please send mo a wife's form." a 13. "I have been til led years with one Doctor and I intend to thi.-Uc- Sloan'a porter." 2'J. "Now if you don't help me 1 will write rifht away to Mr. Wilson." 30. "If you don't answer my let-- j ter I nm goinc to write to Uncle Sam Liniment hs3 ilia punch that relieves rhewzstic tT7ini23 trir:t::-- f W.n- -, circulUn-tu.i- : . 7i: i j jung; re:r.- - hisself". 31. "My son is in Co. 1, 138 In-- ; ccs:, 1 fancy." No Need to Be Alarmed. C:t 7 r.;--- hic, Uzzr?, it I: J -:s -- r;e.; r eccr-cm- nt'.-- . -J." tic; Jnmci brouzht tho store. As 1 moved nway d quickly, hlra; he ain't it h!i pet bulldos to the ilos leol.i il vicious from him. Jnme.i look. : "Never mind then blteuiis." I.change. fairly. ' I ' ttJc ' .r-- Is Vs r;:2 FENNER'S tobacco mm QUSE. Walnut Street. Will be open after DECEMBER 16th7 to re- To The Tobacco Growers Ot Ad- THIT1FT 1ST STILL Madison, Garrard and "While Reading Good News From Europe Sit Tight On Economy," Says Writer It is not yet time to let down the bars and spend as you may bo In ellned. The countr' welfare ran tlnues to depend to a serious degree upon the thrift of its people. Evening Post em The Saturday phasizes this need In a recent editorial In which It argued tho necessity for a Fifth Liberty Loan, citing the fact that even when all proceeds of the Fourth Loan and all current taics art) spent we will still face a deficit, "Reports from many cities indicate that we are building at only a quarter or a third of our normal rain," the editorial says. "There are big arrears to make up. Road improvements and No numberless things are deferred. news that can rotno out of Europe will navn any, relevance to tho pres ent necessity for strictest economy at home. "Every weather vane you see points In tho same direction. In a nutshell. when a bank gets hard up It redis counts paper at a Federal Itesefve Hank. Tho volume of Federal He- serve discounts Is a measure of the upon credit. pressure When the Fourth Liberty Loan campaign start, ed those discounts hail risen, from less than two hundred million dollars the year before to more than sixteen hundred million dollars, of which over was war eleven hundred million paper paper secured by government war obligations. That waa before the loan. flotation of the Excess of bank loans over deposits It also a sign of strain on credit. "At the beginning of the Liberty Loan campaign loans of New York City clearing house banks exceeded deposits by seven hundred million do) tare. Every debt you Incur la a straw or that load. Every extravagance counti for a debt. "While reading good newt from Eu rope tit tighter than ever on thi economy program. You will recelv notice, long ahead, of more liberal joining Counties: 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. We have doubled our floor space and can now unload your tobacco the same day you come. We also have two of the largest buyers prizing on our floors. We will announce our opening date as soon as the big companies can get through in the South. Don't be misled into taking your tobacco to a market where it will be sacrificed. For we know we will have buyers on the same day that Lexington or any other market in the state. Hoping that none of the growers will be misled about the opening, or in thinking they will have a market at Lexington, or some other point, be Very truly yours, fore ours, we remain, DANVILLE,SSKENTUCKY. ceive tobacco for the opening Sale which will be j3out the first of January. Those whoTwish may bring eir Tobacco in, andif desired, ceive. a liberal advance on ime. We wish to thank the Growers for their i lib- re- - ral assurance to sell with us, and promise in irn the best prices obtainable for their crops. Be on the Lookout and Watch for the NEW M. ; THE HOME RICHMOND, HOUSE, . FENNER k PITT timet." By W. E. LUXON and I. M. HUME. KENTUCKY. )rMfji'Ktt'iWiip'lf I1"1" The Central Record, Thursday, Dec 19 1918. WHAT WOMEN ARE. DOING FOR SOLDIERS IN FRANCE Fight in the Ranks of the Red Cross Against Pain, Disease and Death. Prospects Of Successful Drive. The preliminary work for the drive for universal membership In the He J Cross i.uj beVi'nci Intense and the mnitcgjt-- of the State Chrlstmns Holl call, JIacKcnzle I. TodJ, has labored day ami nlvr'nt t.' make It effective. His ciTorta have borne full fruit und he Inn the asjl.n.nce from nil part tf the State frjr.i his er.thujiastic as- sistants that everything; lws been ,!one to Impress nil with the duty of pCjnB ,, dollar and becomlnir n mem- kcr, with prospects or the most ratis- -- .,, fi"al fac'or' ,rc,u! e hc -" no,1 ,lcl",y out enroll at once. All that is Prove cd is a heart nnd n dollar. that you have both. This timely nnd pretty little poem is contributed by Hiss Cede Jackson, of ,Iattvilt;( ttho Is winning fame n composer of beautiful vcrse: ijiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiijjij "TRULY LOVED" By AONC8 . a. II BROGAN. M I SMALL 17 I ARM AT 1 tOrrlht, WIS, Wr.t.rn Ntfffpiiw Blue If. If i. I the mile South of Hackley, o'clock, at my home, miles from Lowell, offer for sale to the highest and best pike, bidder, my personal property, consisting of Percheon Stallion, registered, Jack, registered; family mare safe for lady; one weanling colt, a years old, as good as the best; red roan good one; Jersey or more white Leghorn chickens; a few barrels heifer, fresh April; corn crib; three inch Old Hickory wagon, good shape; A harrow; good plow; double shovel plows; cutting box; Syracuse et wagon harness; lot of plow harness; Mawyer buggy good as new: buggy harness; ladies saddle; gents' saddle and bridle; hoes, rakes, shovels, etc. Household and kitchen furniture, and many other things not mentioned. One Chevrolet car, been run 2,G00 miles, in A one condition. 5 TERMS made known on day of Sale. at Long J cars ugn, (llorla lived In a very big house, with Imposing grounds nil round. Her every "him bud been gmtllled, like the whims of n princess In it fulry tale. Not unlike a princess Through three takings of Ilelgrnde, They have known very well the risks mis (llorlu In her pretty lnier.His-licss- . they were taking the two thouuiid flr.t when the city was taken by the I'erhiips If her mother hud lived oinl moro women who have gone to Austrian, again when It was retaken the Utile girl might have had some l'runce for vnrleil services under the by the Serbians, nnd still again when realization of life outside her castle ...... ,un American lied Cross, nnil the mure nut. ..j mi nulls. As It was, uu Indulgent busily than nine thousand nurse whom the Austrian together, an American lied absorbed father, saw that nothing was American Hod Cross has asslgne-- ' to Cross nurse. Mary Gladwin. worke.1 lacking for her ndvuntnge and welfare, foreign duty under the United States In the operating room. In that llrst' tllurln danced her mornings away capture, when nine thousand wounded Army and Navy Nurse Corps. siiiiing the llovvers, bought nil the pretthe wnnh. und halls nnd vard They went under orders, us soldiers ty things In town which might take and doctot do; prepared for niry emegcncles, ns of the thousandbed-hospltn- l her fancy, made hero und (hero n soldiers do; they assumed many and nurse worked together for day friend, and knew no responsibility, so strange and unforeseen tusks, ns sol- and night without stopping. giving to It was not strange, therefore, that the Literally, they went as each operation nn average of six mln- diers do. ihlld who had so readily obtained lighters, against pain, disease nnd desperate need of the," each coveted toy, should turn from spired by the death. them nil to seek the unattainable. moment, they did not know that the surgical unit" of nurses A "mobile "A DOLLAR AND A HEART." To (llorla In her fresh young womthose words iloti't mean very much, city had been taken until nil the band It does not anhood, the unattainable, meant roperhaps the llrst time we hear them. stretchers .brought Austrian wounded, Of the Ked Cross take mance. Mere alone her absorbed fathItut see such an unit follow mi nrmy nnd Austrian doctors came to their er enforced discipline. She must learn Crent wealth to be a part up to nn niH amod post; see how the relief. nurses work with steady hnnds lieslde Several hundred women are work- It docs not take great rank or power, naught of love or lovers until calm renson came to her. Love, In the ejes the surgeons as the stretchers with ihe ing over there In the American lied Just n dollar nnd n heart. of Gloria's father was n vouthful madnewly wounded are brought In. See Cross canteens. There are about two To stand behind the boy who's still ness which In passing often left sorthousands of them In evacuation tins hundred of these canteens along the To stay behind the foam; row. WUilnm of diolce, wns In his ptdils, base hospitals, convalescent Trinch and American lines of com- To help with ready hand and heart opinion, the true foundation for mur-rlnghospltuts, tuberculosis hospitals; some munication, and the women are workThe one who's coming home. So possible admirers niimng of them In Trench mlltlary hospl'als ing under great pressure, feeding the jiiuug men of his daughter's acwhere sometimes our men are sent; thousands of soldiers. The lied Cross It may seem trival, my friend. quaintance, were made iivvure of thilr s.e them with tbelr peclnll7ed skill Is also establishing canteens by miliIn head surgery, or fracture work, or tary request at a number of Aviation lack of welcome In bis home. Not worth a moment's care Looking up one day Into the face of psychiatry ; all these women who Camps. American women conduct Hut can you think just what it means keep bead nnd hand cool and steady, these stations, comprising canteen and her singing teacher, (ilorla realized Both here nnd over there? when the ambulances unload great club, and reading room. Everyone of To know her that folks back home arc Hint here wns a youug man at good harvests of wounded. Then we say these canteens has something of the side, humble Indeed, but tall nnd glad the wordi "Our Nurses," as we say genius of home about It; and It Is look tiHin. So (llorla smiled, nnd the In To give and do their part. "Our Soldiers," "Our Sailors," "Our because of this, no less than the fasinging teacher's voice trembled on n Marines." cilities for cleanliness and rest and Each standing ready, firm and true. high note. After that, romance unOn the night of March ."Hi, when refreshment, that the Trench govern-- j With a dollar and a heart. folded quickly. the Germans were fast advancing, und mem uas given me responsiuiuiy ior The girl In her farthest Imagining already within six kilometers of maintaining canteens for both De Unblamable Yourself. hail not been able to believe that lore Annel, an outpost of Complegue, two to the hands of the American Ited Cross. void come so quickly. Vet, here It Whereof you reprove another be unAmerican doctors remained, who unIn large numbers women arc going blamable jourself, Wushlngton. wns, love In the heart of the )oung der order of the Trench govcrnimnt, abroad ns hospital hut workers, also, uiu!e teacher, openly patent even to had sent the patients and personnel and ns social workers for trained her tneiierlence. of their hospital farther hack the service among the refugees and the Beauties of Constantinople. Ills eager ejes would seek her out night before. The artillery was deaf- tepntrlatisl. At each base hospital the The city of Constantinople Is full upon the long piano bench, before he ening, but the American Aiubulutice I'ed Cross Is equipping, us fast as they nf benutlful nnd Interesting things, but bad entered the room. Illg and altosections kept bringing their wounded can ue num. recreation uuts tor con - ,! - ... , way of buildings, after Santa gether strong us John Harmon was, he to Annel. Thcso doctors said (hut us vaiesceut soiaicrs. Sophia the mosque of Yenl Vulldeli would pnuse all nt once tremblingly long as the American boys brought Clerical workers have steadily In- - SuItnn tla. wfc ,,f Ahmed I, Is the almshisl III the girl's presence. them wounded they would operate. eased In number for the admlnls-- 1 .,.,., i..,ft nf these And Clorln laughing her silvery Two nurses volunteered from -,., tratlve olllces. from that original ,. trnm n.i.A, laugh rejoiced In her qulrklr learned and so In the deserted chateau group of eighteen, which as the first . ,,,.,,.,., onquest. wltll tnoIr cl.ilH.rntc Interlact the two surgeons, the two nurses nnd And then mine the serious nwaken-In- g nnd borders. Is extremely "r'"" tho ten drivers worked calmly on, t rance sailed about June 1st, 1017. to hv mMns of John Harmon's proposal. Rlorlit hfvta while the buzz of aeroplanes shook he organization tuu , grown to a work - , Sparable to It. The tiles In hnd never dreamed that he would dare the air, and the blasting guns shook ing force of more Can 5.000 men and . considered to be ask her to marry him. That was pretho carlh. sumption hc)ml possibility. She, , among the Quest In nil Constantinople. heiress to her futher's weulth, nn princess In power to her townsjHs.ple; he it music teacher hired at so much per hour. fJlorla's heart xuniled angrily in he refused him. Or was (Ids strange pain all linger? she wondered, ns John Harmon, white-faceturned to her and made his only. resjHin.se In song. Itltterness seemed to hate no pluce In her lover's heart; earnestly (rave, his eyes held hers. The ha.rt Ihst bstb trutr lovel Never forgets, he sung, Dut si truly loves on To its rl (llorla tried to banish the haunting sweetness of that voice but It was with her still through all those years that had passed. During these years, fortune had ruthlessly turned Its great wheel. Little (llorla, trained for the luxurious In life, was-- forced abruptly to go out Into the world, a dethroned princess seeking livelihood. her Indeed Worse than nil, she bore with her the of shame. Tor her father, d)lng brand suddenly, had been found n great defaulter n defaulter of money placed In his trust. .The sale of his home nnd estates was Insufficient to cancel that Indebtedness. So, bewildered, rejected of her suppostsl friends, (llorla had made her way since that time, alone. Her office position sufficed barely to pay her needs, Tnlnstaklngly she had made over, one by one, old clothes, for later requirements, but Gloria's Inexperience made of the remodeling little Gill-isp- ie su'vess, one-four- th on 10 it was her old love of music which causisl her to accept from tho head 4 1-- 2 of Hie office staff a ticket to a noted concert. 1 "Von must hear this singer," Ihe woman said; "he Is the country's com1 ing Idol." 1 Gloria sat behind a pillar In the music hall. She wanted to conceal among 1 1 cow, five these guyly dressed people her old suit. When the welcome of 100 in died uwny she raised her face to see tho singer. Straight over tho 1 1 in in heads of the crowd, John Harmon wus gnzlng down UHn her. In his eyes hill-sid- e 1 1 2 1 she renil n light of sudden Jojons discovery. He smiled us he ucknowedgs 1 1 the upplause, but his smile was for her. With u wunnlng glow tho realization came, to her. Then his glorious 1 net voire rung through the hall. He had Ignored the number on Ihu program. pitch-fork- s, Gloria wulted breathlessly, .e Ml, d"f.h PUBLIC Tuesday, Dec. ?4tli, 1918 10:30 A. M., on the premises, 1 mile of "Camp Dick", in Garrard County, 5 2 miles from Lancaster, Ky. 31 acres known as the James Parks tract, one-ha- lf mile of Lexington Turnpike, adjoining the lands of Kelly Hogg, Dr.' Rose and others. 1-- ,,, .., .iri 1,!, All in Grass 20 acres ready for Tobacco and Corn. IMPROVEMENTS: 4 room dwelling, small everlasting water, plenty of fruit, stock barn, land lays well and is subdivided into 4 fields. Buildings are out of repair but under good roof and can be made a very comfortable little home for a small outlay. This tract is the property of J. H. Wyan of London, Ky., who since purchasing this property has engaged in the mercantile business and is obliged to sell, and will be sold absolutely without reserve. Quit renting and buy you a little home, in good neighborhood as can be found anywhere. as Remember the date, if you are seeking a small home or safe investment and attend the tale. It goes. TERMS: One-thir- d down Jany. 1st, 1919, balance in 1, 2 and 3 years. For further information, consult, ' Having sold my farm and decided to quit farming, I will on Saturday, Deo. 28th, '18 The D. A. Thomas Realty Agency LANCASTER, KY. Humanity Demands It. Kentuckiuns are on trial this wetk when It is to be demonstrated whether we appreciate the ifreut service Halted Cross has rendered to our sol- Hera over there and here und the grout tusks Unit are before It. The work of the Ited Cross did nut end with the war, but in many senses it ncreaseil it as its energies nre to be npplicd to every effort for the com fort, health nnd happiness of the human family. This ought to put every one on his mettle determined to do his part to secure universal response to the call for memberships for 1919 to be pro cured for the small sum of one dol lar. We can not all iclye our time and lubor to the cause but all of us Let all of can help with our money. us do our duty, which Is a supreme privilege, by making the drive that success that the leaders expect and humanity demands. Ohl the heart that has truly Never forgets lotfl Life of Fruit Trees. Of our fruit trees, tho pear Is thn longest lived. They will hear for C) years and u few- - hardy veterans a quarter of u century longer. Apple trees range In age from twenty-flvto forty years, while twenty-livyears Is about the limit fur plum trees. Itasphcrry nud blackberry bushes live from six to fourteen years, currant bushes twenty years and gooseberry hushes ten years. l'eojile's Home Journal. Aleppo an Ancient City, In the center of tho older section of AlepiMt stands the ancient citadel, a deep moat encircling It. The great mosque Is nn the site of the tomb of Zacharlas, the father of John tho Hup-tls- t. If alleged Kgyptluu monument can bu accepted us un authority, tho first settlement dates buck close to 2,000 years 11. 0. The city at one time had a trade connection with Venice, as welt as with Uagdad, nnd Its name and Importance became famed throughout Christendom. i. . J. P. Foley. Also at the same time and place M. T.. Rayburn wilf Iiave'l'iis sale of I J fl SIW siock ana iarnung implements. 1 ? it I . so John Harmon sang. A quaint llttt" creature left the hall at the end of the song. Quick as she was In reaching the street, the singer was there before her. "Gloria," said the mau, "I have been speaking to you again In song." "Dear John," the girl protested. 1 am so different; you could not love Die now," "The heart that has truly loved " the singer repeated, "as truly loves on to Us close." Then (llorla held out her hands to him. and her amli found all Its old radiance. Tf ''"Ssjj The Central Record, Thursday, Dec 19 1918. HRISTMAS MERCHANDISE 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 Victorj' 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 & mark of excellence that will show the gift of a person of discriminating taste. JSC??." ?sW 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, Hand Bags, THE ONE PRICE STORE. The I Joseph Gossip About Rrlff Mfntinn til iht Ccmlnei tnd Co'nti tvThcic hi Art Intitoltd In. A Mercantile . 9k V THE HOUSE O? QUALITY. Pledges Of Honor. When we on our honor pledge our- sclv to perform a duty to our coun-Amc- s. tri' to our country wo are doubly bound; first to ourselves as men of our wrd and second as a good citizen to his country- Have you redeemed your pledge to eur county to buy War Saving Stamps? Can you be one by your failure to do so, cause our county and state to repudiate their pledges? If we do no more than meet our pledges and promises to our Secretary of the Treasury, our county will be on the Honor Roll. Many have not purchased in full their stamps and as there are only thirteen more days in which to buy, I feel it my duty to urge you to do YOUIt DUTY. Meet your pledges and more. Buy others as your Country's needs now arc as great as when we were engaged in the great war. L. G. DAVIDSON, Chairman, Garrard County War Savings Stamps Committee. MALLABLE RANGES, $85.00. CAST AND STEEL COOKS, $40. and $45.00. IVIOORES AND OAK HEATERS. $35 and S40. SECOND HAND COOK STOVES, CHEAP. JOHN DEERE WAGONS, $125.00. MA'NURE SPREADERS, OLIVER RIDING PLOWS, CASSAROLES AND ALUMINUM WARE CHEAP, ROASTERS, LARD CANS, etc Mr. Howard Jaikins of Camp P.uell lias returned home. Mrs. II. G. pike, remains Mr. R. P. 0 J. R. MOUNT Sc CO. House. The CI Deal Mrs. Hattic Henry Smith recently Mrs. .Mary Jones is very ill at her made a brief visit to her parents, Mr. home on Haselden Heights. and Mrs. Solon 3. Henry, en route Mr Cabell Arnold of Taint Lick, Mrs. Kliiabcth Dillon of Stanford by motor to her home in Birmingham Is the guest of Mrs. N Miller. wis a visit r here Monday. Alabama, from a visit to her son, n Mr John McRoberts spent several Miss Allie Yantis is in Stanford the student at Kentucky Military Academy, who had been ill of "flu", and ' guest of Miss Lottie Carson. in I mcinnati the past week. whom she nursed to recovery. Mr. ami Mrs. V. B. Koop arc on a Mr. Wood Wilmqtt is improving Prof. P. II. IIorins is spending the ten visit to relatives at Harlan. after an illness of influenza. week-en- d at Ghent, Ky., making some Billy Mnson, who lias been located Mr. John Stormos made a business definite plans for his rext years school work. We understand that at Norfolk, Vn., has returned home. trip to Louisville the past week. the genial Professor intends to step Mm. Samuel Cotton and Mrs. Misses Kliiabcth and Tatsy Ander- at Camp Taylor long enough to speak l.awsoii were vuitors in Lexington son were- visitors in Danville, Tues- to his brother, who is in camp there, Sal-lie - I C, is visiting .Miss Margatct Cook, of K. C. W.. Danville, and Val. Cook, of S. A. C. T., University of Kentucky, and I'oynter of the Buckeye Robinson Cook, oflown State College, quite ill. Iowa, will arrive Saturday to Gregory of Ashville, N. spend the Yulctirfc season with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. P.. Cook. friends here. , LET US LIGHT YOUR FARM WITH ELECTRICITY Better, Safer and Cheaper than any Artificial Light. Tuesday. also drop in to shake hands with his good friend, H. Clay KaulTman, at was the guest of Mrs. Elizabeth Joseph spent the Mr. Hopkins seems to Mm, Dr. Carpenter several days the week end in Stanford with Mrs. J. V. Covington. ba partial to Ohio river towns and past week. Weber. li friends hope that his visit may be Mis Mary Arnold Is spending the Mrs. Nellie Halloa and children, of helpful in many ways. week-enwith Mrs. John J. Hngan at Stanford were the guests of Mrs. EJ Corbln, Ky. Gaines this week. 5crivner-Ga- y. day. Mr. Joe Francis Kindness Appreciated. Having about recovered from a spell of influenza and pneumonia, I wish to thank the good people oi Lancaster nnd Garrard County for the kind Interest manifested in my I wish to especially than!:' welfare. the members of the Odd Fe!low, Masons and Knights of Pythias lodges, also the ladies who brought' me nice boxes and baskets of fruits, and to Dr. W. M. Elliott, who nil during my illness was as attentive and dutiful as a brother could have been. Assuring all, that these past kindnesses will always linger in my mesa-or- y nnd that I hope some day to h&M paid this debt of gratitude. I am gratefully, Dr. Win, D. Pryor. BASTIft BROTHERS, LANCASTER, I I Married at the Lancaster Mctho Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Thompson of Mr. Albert A. Hornhorst of CovCamp Mills Lone Island, are visiting ington, was the week-en- d guest of dist Parsonage, Wedncs .ay, Dec. IS, 1018, Mr. II. S. Ga:- - an lMrs. S. M. relatives hire. Mr. Wallace Cotton. Scrivner, Rev. r. D. Pain.Ucr, Mrs. Sum Hasoldcn spent several Friends cf Mis Emma Wrdkcr will Mr. and Mrs. Gay are both !;iys in Lexington this week with be glad to know she is improving af- resident? of this county, and arc well Mrs. Robert Kmbry. ter an attack of influenza. and popularly known. Mr. Gny is n Mr. and Mrs. John Stornies and Mrs. W. B. Burton. Misses Martha successful farmer and worthy of the Mrs. Carlton Klkin were visitors In Knvanaugh nnd Tommle Fra,.cU were deserving women whose hand and heart he has won. B?it wishes to Danulle, Tuodny afternoon. visitors in Danville, Monday. this couple. Mrs. Liziic Logan has received a Little Miss Virginia Lucile Cromer Francis-Pric- e. V. uf East Bernstadt, will spent the holicard announcinit that her son, Bryan Oattineau luts arrived oversea. days with her grand mother, Mrs. The marriage of Mr. Napoleon Mips Mary Owsley of Transylvania Mary Lutz. Price to Miss Tommie Francis was I'nivcrsity, will spend the Christmas Miss Winnie Whcrritt of Evansvillc solemnized tit the Christian church, holidajs with her mother, Mrs. Hallle Indiana, arrived Tuesday and will yesterday morning at eleven o'clock. Uunlsp. pend the holidays with Mr. and Mrs. The Impressive ceremony being perKY formed by Rev. J. K. Moorman. The Mr .James Itallard has returned to Tom Whcrritt. church was artistically decorated in Camp McClelland, Ala., after tcv- Mr. nnd Mrs. Dunlap Blanton nnd pink anil green, large potted plants eral days visit with his wife and his little daughter, of Edcnwoldc, Tenn., of ferns being banked heavily in homcfolks. are visiting her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. front of the alter. Delightful music was furnished by Mr. and .Mrs. Adolph Joseph have J. W. Elmore. j Mr. May Hughes Noland on the pipe returned ohm from Louisville. Mr. Messrs Ed C. Gaines and W. M. Joseph having been discharged from organ, wnne immediately proceeding Pence made n business trip to Dethe ceremony, Mr. John M. Farra I'nr.ip Taylor. troit and Battle Creek Michigan, the rendered the beautiful song, "Come Mr. rind Mrs, Sam Hascldcn ami first of the week. Urto Mo" very impressively. l! t rn, J. H. and Duncan, spent Sunday No more popular people have ever The many friends of Prof. P. II. n Nichotnsville, with Mr. and Mrs. Hopkins will be glad to know he is lived in this community than hc conTow ell Duncan. able to be out nfter several da)s ill- tracting parties to this beautiful wedding, both having lived in our Mr. Wallp.ce Cottoit who has been ness of influenza. Do it early and with the Gov- C) midst practically all their lives. stationed at Camp Duel!, Lexington, Mr. Pan Collier Elkln, arrived Mr. Joe Francis, brother of the has beeit discharged and returned eminent. Our stock is ready, from Atlanta Tuesday night to spend briJe, and Mr. Theo Currey, a cousin homo Saturday. the holidays with his parents, Mr. nnd of the groom, served as ushers. Mifes Mary and Carrie Held will .Mrs. Kobert Elkln. The bride was becomingly nttlred spend the Christmas holidays with Mr. nnd Mrs. Harve McP.oberts, In n traveling suit of blue, with hat U.i ir sister, Mrs. Willinm W. White, ami daughter, Mrs. Tom Phillips anil to match, while the groom wore the in Ind'anapolis, Indiana. Mrs. VanArsdalo of Stanford were conventional suit, appropriate for n morning wedding. ;icsis Kobert Kinnaird, William visitors here Tuesday, WE SELL FOR LESS. Immediately after the ceremony Knvanuugh and Jim Woods of CenMrs. Elizabeth Joseph has return the happy couple left for Danville tre College ,Dunvll!e, are spending ed home from Somerset where the where they took the train for Cinti e hohlitjs with their parents. was tha guest for several days of her cinnati and other eastern points. Mr. Cnbe Upon their return they will be at Walter returned to son, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Joseph, v S, urtensburg S. C, Tuesday after n home after January 1st, at Lancaster. r Mrs. Fisher Gaines, Mrs. Graham vauus mlTCT tarecstu-Bumji.3Lrv&.arm.tng ten dn furlough to his home people, Price, Mrs. The best withe of the entire con; Price Grant and Miss munity go with these ile hopes soon to get his discharge. popular people Dove Harris of Danville, attended who wish for them a long life of un M.-t- . wedding here, yesAlicia Smith and children, the Francis-Pric- e alloyed happiness. Clmrfoite end Judith, of Stanford, terday, at v ir. the guest of Mrs. F, S. Hughes Buy War Saving Stamps for Mr. Bradley Bourne of Lancaster, yesterday and attended the Francis. your Christmas Present. has been here several days this week Price wedding. the guest of his friend, Ensign J. K. Dr. Call and ask about them. It Is your Duty. 3 Mr. George Swinebroad who Is at- Wallingford. They have been in the tugal, Sldorio Paes, President of Porwas shot and killed by an tending ichool nt Castle Heights service together ever since entering assassin shortly before midnight SatMilitary Academy, Lebanon Tenn., is the Navy. Cynthlnnn Log Cabin. urday while he was in a railuny stahere for a visit to his parents, Mr and Mrs. W. R. Cook, Mrs. Huso Mason, tion at Lisbon, waiting for a train to Mrs G. II. Swlncbroad. and Mr. and Mrs. Luther Gibbs were Oporto. Advices from Lisbon reOr LANCASTER. KY. Mr. and Mrs. George McRoberts In Lexington Tuesday, to meet Miss porting the assassination say thnt he Vic Prest. J. J. WALKER. 0. F. HUDSON, President. and little daughter, lletsy Margaret, Elizabeth Gibbs,. who came from was struck by three bullets. PresiJoe J. Wauceii, Jr., Hook.Keep. W. O..HIGNEV, Cash'r of Covington, arrived last Thursday Washington D, C., where she Is at- dent Pais died within a few minutes C1IAM1', Cashier. W. F. to spend the holidays with Mr, and tending school at Gunstonllall. She after he was shot. ON ROLL OF HONOR. The President's assailant, named Mrs. Joe Burnslde end other relatives will remain at home until after the Jeetna, was killed by the crowd. holiday season. here. 'i Classified Column RATES i 1 CHRISTMAS SHOPPING. Single insertions lc a word No ad taken for less than -- Oc in this column. No ads in this column charged. Seven fnsertions for the price of five. Phone, orders must be paid promptly. PRICES RIGHT. Sander's Variety Store. aRfKitKjiXKriOt)ooiKaHiaji-FOR shoats. Eight good SALE: Call this office. Durce FOR SALE:-smit- -- n good set of black-Mrtools. Porter Wearren, McCrcary, Ky. FOR SALE: White Wyandotte Roosters, at $1.50 each. Robert Fox, Lancaster, Ky. lt-pStar Routa. vssp Here is Something You Con Do I toutv For Any kind of hauling, all Mn4 of garden work, call- Phone 3S3. Jack Callings. 12.1S3t-pd- . President of Portugal FOR house-keepin- Assassinated. painted. tobacco. together U. Rooms far light newly papered and Three ucres of sod for Will rent rooms and land or separately. M. Burgess, Taint Lick, Ky. RENT: Citizens National Bank A't FOR SALE: One Ford Truck, miles, Just liko new, been run has 32x3 2 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 note. Leslie T, Bradshaw. Phone 389-- The Central Record, Thursday, Dec 19, 1918. . Dear Reader, You're Wanted on the Phone STTLE HEADQUAfETERS Where SOCIETY BRAND CLOTHES Are Made. You will find this store prepared with nn cxccpiionnlly great variety of gift suggestions for men, young men and boys. Come in ant! ice the host of practice! things we carry. They will solve your gift problems. Your government nsks you to plan for Christmas buying so thoughtfully that there will be no need to overburden the mails and transportation system so buy early. PAJAMAS Every kind of Pajamas imaginas, ble, in white ami in a variety of becomingly trimmed with all frogs and hooks. Priced $3.00 to $5.00 col-or- BATH ROBES A large detection of the newest ideas in Hath Holies. A gift always greatly appreciated by men and boys of all ages. Ask to see the styles specially priced at 5.00. Others at 58.00 to $10.00. CRAVATS You will find a vast showing of new and smart neckwear in beautiful color effects and novel patterns. Without n doubt the finest display we have over T . '. attempted. 50c to $5.00. MUFFLERS Rich Silk Mufflers in fancy crocheted and accordion weavBeautiful color schemes v es. in novel combinations at $1.50. Other Mufflers, $2.00 to $5.00. i t 1 A J sVI The Red Cross Ready for Peace following telegraphed by THEWar Council message has beenRed Cross to each of the American of the 3,857 .HELP BRAVE BELGIANS DRIVEOUT ENEMY HOSIERY He is sure to be extra well pleased if you present him with Silk hosiery. Black, white, antl all other fashionable colors, at 75 cents. Other Hosiery nt 25c, 35c, 50c, $1, and $1.50. HANDKERCHIEFS What will please him better' than a box of six pure linen Per handkerchiefs initialed? ..y. box, $2.00. Men's Silk Handkerchiefs ?50c to $1.00. chapters: the one "On February 10th, last year, nearly six weeks before the United States declared war, National Red Cross Headquarters advised its chapters to prepare for war. That which has followed in the record of the Red Cross in helping to win this war and to relieve the suffering growing out of it, constitutes something of which every American citizen has a right to be proud. Every American Red Cross worker must feel a sense of gratitudo in having had a share in it all. "The moment is now come to prepare for peace. Until peace is really here and our soldiers home there can be no relaxation in any Red Cross effort incident to active hostilities. "But even with peace, let no one suppose that the work of the Red Cross is finished. Millions of American boys are still under arms. Thousands of them are sick and wounded. Owing to the shortage in shipping, it may take a year or more to bring our boy3 home from France. But whatever the time, our protecting arms must be about them and their families over the whole period which must elapse beforo the normal life of peace can be resumed. "Our soldiers and sailors are enlisted until the Commander-in-Chief tells them there is no more work for them to do in the war. Let every Red Cross member and worker and this means both men and women show our returning soldiers and sailors that to care for their health, welfare and happiness we are enlisted for no less period than they are. "The cessation of war will reveal a picture of misery such as tho world has never seen before, especially in the many countries which cannot help themselves. The American people will expect the Red Cross to continue to act as their agent in repairing broken spirits and broken bodies. Peace terms and peace conditions will determine how we may best minister to tho vast stricken areas which have been harrowed by war, and for this great act of mercy the heart and spirit of the American people must continue to be mobilized through the American Red Cross. "On behalf of tho War Council, we accordingly ask each member of our splendid body of workers throughout the land to bear in mind the solemn obligation which rests upon each one to 'carry on.' We cannot abate one Instant in our efforts or in our spirits. There will be abundance of work to do, and specific advices will be given, but even at the moment of peace let no Red Cross worker falter. "Our spirits must now call us to show that not tho roar of cannon or tho blood of our own alone directs our activities, but that a great people will continue to respond greatly and freely to its obligations and opportunity to serve." American Red Cross Aids With Supplies and Comforts in the Equipment of Valiant Army. ffl rAMm is OTHER GIFT SUGGESTIONS-, IT icans Is particularly Interesting to Amer- to know tho trcraendoui work which the American Red Cross tins done toward relieving distress In llelglum. Among the many things done for King Albert's gallant little army by the Red Cross the following are a few: It established a dining room and reading and writing room at the warehouses In Le Havre. It gave a plate and a bowl to COOO to use at munition workers In their meals. It fitted up recreation rooms for workers at munition plants. restaurant It Installed a for the military personnel of the Marl-tim- e Agency ut Le Havre. It Installed shower baths and a barber shop tor the army garrisons in Le Havre. In army training centers the Red Cross gave household comforts, phonographs, games, etc. It established a dormitory for 200 men nt the Home for I'ennlsslonalres atj SHIRTS Here you will find a larger stock and a greater variety of line shirts than you are likely to find anywhere else. All very attractive and all splendid values at $1.50 to $3.00. Silk Shirts in entirely new designs and color treatments, $5. to $10. Society Brand Suits $25 to $50. Society Brand Overcoats, $30 to $15. Street Gloves, $2 to $1. House Coats, $0 to $10. Dressing Gown $1.50 to $2. Sweaters $1 to $12. Fur Caps, $3 to $10. CANTEENS SERVING U.S. TROOPS IN ITALY The American Red Cross canteens, which serve at railroad stations. Important points on highroads, and In towns and villages throughout tho Italian tons ot war, are now serving These canteens American troops. bare been operaUng during the past six months for the benefit ot the Italian arm; and Its allies, greeting the soldiers In their passage from one point to another with coffee and American crackers and Jim. Ilut It Is only recently that the khakl-clafighters from across the sea bavs been added to the number ot those served at the Bed Cross rest stations. Numerous bowling greens have been established by the American Red Cross In the tuberculosis barracks o l'arls. canteen for the personnel of tho naval . base at It gave the same for a canteen for the personnel of Belgian seaplane units. It equipped a mess for the personnel ot the unit at Calais. It gave tents, canteens, reading rooms and shower baths for tho personnel of the Uourbough bakery. It organized dining rooms for searchlight companies and artillery batteries having fixed cantonments, and Installed shower baths In them. It distributed 00,000 enameled plates and cups for soldiers In the trenches. It gave prizes for organized athletic tournaments. It sent presents to each man decorated for bravery. These presents are usually razors, pipes, fountain pens and such. Up to now this work has only applied to the Infantry, The Red Cross provided the apparatus and films for cinema shows. BOYS AWAIT BULLETIN Eight thousand soldiers see them FOR NEWS FROM HOME every day. It supplied books for all soldiers. It Installed a recreation and writing American soldiers In camps and hosLa Tanne, pitals In Great Britain ore now able to room at the large ennteo" it It presented to every Infantry and keep In touch with affairs at home cavalry regimental surgeon n medical through the medium of a dally bulletin traveling case, holding a set of mediservice which has been established by cal Instrument! for field service. the American Red Cross. This work required an appropriaArmy officers say the service fills a tion of approximately 1.250,000 francs. Straight from the front Is this comlong-fel- t want, providing the men nltb It was sporting and home news they cannot ment ot a llelglan colonel. sitting In piade recently while be was find In the English newspapers. dugout talking of the work of The arrival of the bulletin Is now bis canteen for which the American a one of the big dally events. In this Red Cross bad Just provided quarters connection a Red Cross worker In on very short notice. England sends the following message "One live demonstration like this Is In Washto National Headquarters better than yeor of talk." ington : "After talking with the boys .about American Red Cross has erected a the dally news service I have been barracks at Dijon, France, to serve as told to notify you that If the bulletin a day nursery for the children ot the Is discontinued you will be French women who work In the United and shot." States Army, camouflage factory. at Calnl. It established a canteen and library at Calais. It established another canteen fur the personnel of sanitary trains. It gavo material and games for a Parks St Hendren Danville, Kentucky. CARTERS VI LLE Mr. II. T. Calico Is very ill also. Mr. J. T. Allen continues very 111. Mrs. Eliza Conn visited her daughter Mrs. Pierce Allen nt tho weeks end. Mrs Susie Itenfro sold a nice bunch of shoats to Mr. Matlock last week ' for $49. m Mrs. Addie Davis visited Iter parents, Mr. and Mrs. It. C. Uoain last Thursday night. Mr. and Mrs. J, I), Carter and children visited their daughter, Mrs. Leslie YVylie last Sunday, Mrs. Henry Moore and children of Lancaster, visited her sister, Mrs. It. C. Iionin nlst Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Pennington and children visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. S, Koop last Saturday and Sunday. There is going to be a Christmas tree at the Carterville Odd Fellows Ball Tuesday Dec. 24, promptly at 2 o'clock. Dring your presents. Kvery-bod- y Free to all. (cordiallyj Invited. MT. HEBRON Mrs. Marian Montgomery is on the sick list. Mr. Willie I'rcstcn Is very low with pneumonia. Mr. Silas Preston returned home from Hatticsburg Miss., where he was and II. I. Montgomery, Saturday nnd Sunday, discharged from service. Mr. Sam Dalton who wns dischargMr. nnd Mrs. Leonard Naylor of Juilton were the guests of Mr. and ed from military service nt Camp Taylor, on the 7th has been very low Mrs. Will Grow Sunday. with rheumatism at his homo here. and Mrs. Earnest Montgomery daughter Miss Ruth who have been An Obstacle. quite sick nre convalescing. For mit people nn obstacle Is someMrs. Belle Bailey of Creendale thing In thi uny to stop going on, but was the guest the last week of her for Oenernl Armstrong It merely meant something to ellmh over, and brother, Mr. Joseph Hicks ho could not climb all tho way over Mr. J. E. Crawford who has been It would get up ns high ho as poMlbto ill with typhiod fever for some time, nuVl then crow I General Mnrnhnl. is not so well nt this writing. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pierce anil son, Nothing Gained by Brooding. Joe Rice, were the guests of Mr. and (Ihe up brooding over failure tako Mrs. K. C. Montgomery Sunday. each day as u froh start, fllvo up enMr. and Mrs. Elbert Jennings who mities, grudges, envies all .condition were at the bedside of her brother, of mind that drag down the spirit. Ho Mr. Sam Dalton, returned to their rnnstrurtlw. Kei tho gixKl In piv.ple. Keep abreast with tho news of what home in Jessamine Thursday. our men "over (hero" aro doing each Several tobacco crops here were day and perforin your duty (even bo sold to Lancaster parties the past It dUli waahlng) In tho fervor that fills week, and quite a lot has been tuken theiii as they obey their bugle culls. to Lexington, Good prices have been realized by every one. Paid for Listening. Mr. and Mrs. A. S, Dean and Mrs. For 123 ycara a Kermnii has been Irvin Dean were called to Camp Tay- preached In llrndon (Kng.) parish lor Thursday by the illness of Mr. church on the text, "ilumun llfo Is U bubble." Jtlchard Johnson, who died Irvin Dean, In 170.1, left the musters nnd wardens Mr. and Mrs. Shelby Sherrow reof the Stationers' company trustees ot turned Tuesday from Laurel County bis estate, und out of tho Interest tho where they attended the burial of her vicar ot Ilendon was to receive ona brother, Mr. Dewey Dalton, guinea for preaching this sermon, and Mr. Thompson Sanders of Coy was two wardens of the company a guinea with his aunts, Mesdumes Thos Hicks each for listening to It The Central Record, Thursday, Dec 19. 1918 Bastin's Suburban CHRISTMAS GIFT STORE i urn mi AND Jewelry GENTLEMEN The Economical Gift because it stands The Test of Time. LADIES. CHILDREN Necklaces Rings Pins Knives and Forks Spoons Bracelets Napkin Rings Napkin Holders Cups Toilet Sets Watches Chains Fobs Cuff Buttons Tie Pins Tie Clasps ETC. CITY PROPERTY flt Absolute Auction ON BEAUTIFUL RICHMOND STREET in LANCASTER.KENTUCKY SATURDAY AT 10:30 A.M. 28, Watches Chains Fobs Cuff Buttons Tie Pins Tie Clasps Rings Traveling Sets Writing Sets Fountain Pens Military Brushes Shaving Sets Smoking Sets Cigarette Cases Cigar Cases Match Boxes ETC. Bracelet Watches Watches and Chains La Vallieres Brooches Rings Ivcry Toilet Sets Ivory Manicure Sets Traveling Sets Sterling and Plated Flatware Sterling and Plated Hollow-war- e Card Cases Dorine Boxes Jewel Boxes Hand-Painte- d China ETC. ETC. Cut Glass ETC. THE RELIABLE JEWELRY STORE. Winsiow Jewelry and Opiical Co. 40 ACRES OF BEST IMPROVED LAND FRONTING HAMILTON AVENUE, ABOUT 50 YARDS OFF RICHMOND STREET, 25 ACRES SOWN TO WHEAT AND TIMOTHY, TEN OR TWELVE ACRES TO GO IN TOBACCO, BALANCE TO CORN OR OTHER CROPS. Not one foot of waste land, and the improvements thereon cannot be duplicated for $5000, consisting of 5 room dwelling, large newly built stock barn, box stalls, three floored lofts, two sheds for feeding cattle or mules, large concrete SILO, one dandy smaller building 40 x 40, suitable for stock, one large newly built 8 acre tobacco barn; city lights and water cut in on premises; everlasting spring. Only a small portion of this tract in city limits. No flat or wet spots, gently rolling. Take an inventory of any real estate around Lancaster that is comparable to this, price it if it can be bought, then attend this sale and get a bargain. down January 1st, 1919, and balance in 1, 2, 3 h TERMS: and 4 years. Think of it: Own a home and pay for it just like rent. 1 Opposite Court Hous: DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. Never Was True Friend. He who betrays another's secret because lie lias quarreled with him. was neter worthy of the nnme of friend A hreneh o( kindness on one side will not Justify a breach of trust on the other. Emerson. Nival Names Perpetuated. Few of the famous Ilrttish regiments still bear the names under which their early battle honors were won, but the navy whose record of famo dates from a much earlier period than the army has consistently followed the policy of perpetuating her famous names. The name of a famous battleship Is handed down to u capital hhlp, while n famous frigate or sloop Is perpetuated In a modern gunboat or light cruiser. Heroism. Ilerolsm Is always the same, however the fashion of n hero's clothes may niter. Ever- - hero In history Is us near to n man as his neighbor, and If we should tell the simple truth of some of our neighbors. It would sound like poetry. George V. Curtis. Diseases Spread by Wars. In the nineteenth century, during Russo-Turkls- h wars, typhus spread the from Turkey up through Wallachla Into Austria. The French suffered from It during the Crimean conflict. war, the In the Franco-l'russlu- n French, being poorly clothed nnd fed, again suffered. The Italkan war seems to have been notable more for cholera, a summer disease, than typhus, which flourishes best In winter. A Boston Child. "Our child Is backward. Four years old and takes no Interest In Shakespeare." "That docs not necessarily Indicate that the child Is backward, lit may believe that Itacon wrote the rlays." Kansas City Journal. Gave Value to Rubber. Vulcanized rubber nnd all rubber articles are pow vulcanized was first made at Woburn, Mass., by Charles Goodyear about 1SH. lie obtained his first patent In that year, after be had spent years In experimenting nnd had reduced his family to extreme poverty. Before 1844 rubber had been used for various purposes as a soft, sticky gum, but was of comparatively little value. One-fourt- Richmond Street Residence. This is the H. V. Bastin residence; it is an 8 room modern dwelling with closets, hallways, lights, water, bath, FURNACE, garage, and a rich garden spot, is situated just beyond Hamilton Avenue, on the same side of Richmond Street, and thus couples nicely with the above tract of land to be sold. TERMS on the latter $2000 cash, (or good notes) January 1st, 1919 and balance to suit purchaser. Certainly no better property was never offered publicly and on such liberal terms. We will offer the acreage in separate boundaries and then as a whole DON'T FORGET THE DATE AND HOUR AND BE THERE OR YOU WILL WISH YOU HAD. Mr. A. H. Bastin, H. V. Bastin or the undersigned will show you the property any time before day of sale. Final Clearance ON Sale AUTO TIRES WE HAVE REDUCED OUR STOCK OF TIRES IN THE LAST FEW DAYS TO ONE HALF, YET WE HAVE ABOUT 75 IN STOCK THAT MUST BE DISPOSED OF IN THE NEXT TWO WEEKS. WE ARE OFFERING THEM CHEAPER THAN ANYONE ELSE IN THE SURROUNDING COUNTIES. COME EARLY AND GET YOUR CHOICE. R. M. Arnold Buggy Works The D. A. THOMAS REALTY AGENCY LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. GARAGE IN CONNECTION. SECOND ST. DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. The Central Record, Thursday, Dec 19, 1918. 0 i J. FURS E. Dickerson's ' Pre-Holid- ay Sale 8a if MERCHANDISE Holiday Gifts of a practical nature are more than ever the order of the day. ,4 Q U.1 f Prjfo JLsl UDDCU tion to our line O liD, VVjCl LO, TllCiCnGJ We call atten- - the richest and most sensible gifts, are especially recommended, we are now offering at wonderfully low prices. at wonderful,y low prices. Za3 S3. $5 ssHgreBBamsn. Would Be Appropriate. Thompson. ess ms d a k i, ! The European nut crop is reported' to be quite nbundnnt, and this kind of food is certain to figure soon very 'largely in the overseas bill of fare. especially at London, Paris and Vcr- The few specimens of this tallies. particular and important pabulum that have been glimpsed by intelli- gent newspaper correspondents in j capitals arc represented to bs in size but singularly hard to crack. This being the case, if any readere of this paper had planned toi send President Wilson a Christmas gift, the suggestion is here ottered would that a good strong probably meet his requirements as Thompson. by his He is survived n ell or bettep than anything else that wife, who was Miss Lcttio Harbor, could be sent. land two children, Mrs. John T. Kigsby and Miss Iva Thompson. He is , . jnNo survived by his mother, and the .XCltement in Louisville, Ky., Dec. 12th. (by wire). following brothers and sisters; Messrs Phil, Charles and Considerable excitement and much Frank, Logan, interest was manifested here by local Pruitt and Mrs. Ilayden Lcavell, Mrs, Ccphus Morgan and Miss Lucile investors when It was announced that the McCombs Oil Co, had completed Thompson. I The burial took place in the Lnntwo more gushing wells. The first of these known as well caster cemetery last Sunday after No. 3 of the Butcher lease In the noon, the services being conducted by heart of the Big Sinking district, Lee Rev. Robinson, of the Methodist county, which was estimated at only! church and by the Masonic order of 400 'barrels flows 1000 barrels in 'which he was n devout member. twenty-fou- r hours by actual measurements. The other well known as Butcher No. 4, when only five feet in the sand Members of the old First Kentuc flowed ten feet over the top of the casing. This well is good for 750 ky aboard the Mongolia, are home barrels a day. ward bound, according to a cable' gram received by the Courier Jour nal from Col. William A. Colson. The vessel bearing the Kentuckians, un der command of Lieut. Col. Robert J, ' Have you Joined the Red Cross, or McBryde, started for America Dec- nave you renewed your membership ember 12. the year 1013? This question should be answered in the affirmative Look-O- ut by every' man, woman, boy and girl in Garrard county. Garrard county had over 2,000 Deputy County Clerk, Mr. Cronley members during 1018 and this memir.for..ia us that only 111 bership should not be allowed to dedog licenses have been taken out in crease, for the year 1919. the city and county, while the nssess- Many workers arc doing valiant n KnnL- bIkmv .lint nvn- - TfCi . Intra service throughout the county but 0n Jan- wcre Uited , lh, eonnty. Manager V. A. Wheeler, tells us that nary 1st, the tlms expires to take out they arc not coming in as rapidly as this license and if the present rate of he would like to sec. This service licences withdrawn docs not increase should be voluntary upon every every will rapidly, Sheriff A. K. Walker citizen of the county and they should have to employ a few more deputies not wait to be solicited by the work- A.o kl'l about 1,300 dogs. ers, as it will be almost impossible to This is the law with the "hark" on cake a house to house canvass before it: t :e time expires next Monday even- "All dog srnust be licensed on or . before the first of January, 1919, and str Tho Union i at the Christian tl,0 i,cense eu palJ to the county church last Sunday evening was well c)er;t- - Ue will Ulue a x,ilcn the oi ifrenie is paid, and this tag must be aueniieit anu lion. . u Frankfort, wo the principal speaker. attached to the collar around the His nJdrets In the interest of the Red dog's neck.. Any dog found without Cross was highly lnitructlve. Sergt-Majthe collar and tag must bo taken up McCullough, of Montreal, by the sheriff or ono of his deputies Canada, spoke at the court house and shot. Tuesday evening to n good audience. After Januury 1, it Is unlawful for He has seen much service at the any person to keep a dog unless the early In the license has been paid. front and lost a brother tar. He spoke knowingly of the It is lawful for any person to kill ' ronderful work being done by the a dog that Is worrying stock, whether ;cd Crots and said the importance of the dog wears a license tag or not. A teeping It up for another year, or at farmer is permitted to kill any dog returned, or dogs trespassing on his farm, Cast until all the boys meant much to the splendid organi- whether the dog wears any license zation and a great comfort to tho tag or not; and the farmer is not liaboys "over there". ble to prosecution for killing such dogs. Sheriffs are required to take up We desire to extend our l.'ndcst and impound any doi: or dogs found thanks to our friends and neic )bors running at large unattended by their If tho dog wears a license who were so kind and attenth .i to owners. our beloved wife and sister du:!ng lag, the sheriff shall notify the owner: her last illness, and to us, lit our (ad that the dog has been impounded, and the owner can recover the dog by hour of bereavement. W'i pr:-God's blessings upon them all. W'i paying a certain fee within a certain wish to thank Rev, C. T. Brummett time. Dogs taken up and not wear-n- g license tags are to be shot. for his Impressive service arid his The Commissioner of Agriculture words of consolation. S. C. Miracle, t rves notice that the dog law will be Sweeney Morgan and family. cr.'orced to the fullest extent." Ask Santa Onus to give you n pair spectacles, and if you of After an illness of less than tcn are lucky enough to get them, use in- following days, of pneumonia, them constantly at home nnd abroad. fluenza, Jlr. James II, Thompson died You will then be welcome everywhere at Iiis home near Prjachervillc last Friday night. The death of Mr, Pfiri REST- - House with fi rooms. Thompson removes from the corn- - 2 halls, bath, large basement, just munity one of its best citizens. Good over the city limits, on Lexington St, natured, industrious, prosperous, he If interected, call 119 or write leaves n host of friends who will J. K. Ncvius, Danville, Ky. 2t grct his passing and who will be be one of And will knittint? in which he cd from the the lost nrts? Our friend who nb- had lived practically all his life, He was n member of the linptist cpnt.mindrJIr knit two heels nt riurht church and stood high in the f rater- - angles to each other upon one solnity of Masonry. He was about 4 dier's sock will certainly claim that years old and n son of the late J. J. knitting is at present an art. Owing to existing conditions there will not be any White Christmas entertainment at the Christian church, the usual donations will however be taken. All the members that wish to contribute will please bring offering to church, Sunday or Monday as the church will be open to receive same. Any donation of money please leave with Mr. Elmore nt Garrard Bank. Cleaning With Gasoline. Unless thp whole garment Is placed In gasoline, the small phices will show rings when cleaned. This Is caused by using ton much gnxollne on the grease spot. Brush llehtly with n cloth dampened with the gnsollne, bruh when dry. If the rings an then mulceable hold the soiled part over Hi" steam of n teakettle, and thli will remove the unsightly botcb.v Perfect Engineering Feat. At Oninlin, Ni'li., a brick chimney 202 feet high nnd welshing 237 tons wni made t fall exactly where the engineer who performed the feat wanted It to full, two buildings, without marring either one of them. The bricks on one side of the base of tho chimney wen removed and re placed with hardwood timbers, which were burned. Spanish-America- n War. Spain declared war against the 24, 1S0S. The the United State April first American army of Invasion of Cuba, under General Shatter, sailed from Tauim, flu., June 14,.nd landed t Santiago, Cuba. June 23. The bat tle lietweeii the "Hough Hitlers" and the SpunNU forces occurred on Juno 21, the battle of El Caney on July nnd tbe surrender of Santiago on Home Nurslna. In the sick room don't have th" pa- tleiit 1I with Ids face to the window;' lie l sure to suffer from the light H' joudo. Takes Will Power. Cood Intentions can wind tin' nlnnt but It taken will power to Eit In lhf innrnlns. Tulcdi .if niud.'. , ,n-- lip ltl Dally Theujht. Is foolish to blame the son wbt .((.wrecked twice. Hjrus. Fish Attscks Ship. Largest Volcanr An attack mad" by n wordlKh on n j The largest vilrunn crater In the ship which nrrlvetl nt a port In India In 1 1 turn 1. resulted In rnnldcrnb!e tlnmnge to world Is that of unit. In places, entirely It Is TO miles wn the vc-tcl- . The Mil feet deep. New York rlly eonld stripped of her mt tal hn-llnIn the ( encounter. The cnnturi. iiwile n hull' be dropped Into the crater with nil lts skyscrapers Intact, ami It would Imj on the "port side, penetmllni throush completely Iit.ItI.-t- i from any n nms of rnpwr nnd fur fourteen the rim of the crnter. People's i Inches Into solid oak plank and Homo Journal. Cooled Frcm Nature. Ideas fur the colnrs In the best Scotch twitsls are fcund In the lied of tho river Garry, In the Pass of KIN llecmnklp. Granite, porphyry ami Jas-pare found there In rich reds, grays nnd greens, beautifully mottled ami allied In finely contrasted color.-- . The first order of tMeeds sent to London In bulk was six pieces of black and white check made In feeble. Born Before His Mother. actress Invnrlnrry rtnhiied to bo eighteen )oari joiinger than fhe really was. She was rolled to the w linos stand one tiny, nnd men there she did not brenk her rile. It happened Hint her on was called Immediately afterward, ami on being asked his nge h- - replied - "Six monthmy mother." Ilotton older than Transcript. A prtxvsilon tn thp ihtirrh. After the ceremony there l n dunce on the tillage5 green, with n tloltn for accompaniment, till It Is time for supper. The nrtt day the festivities nre resumed ami powlMy n.ey may extend to Hie day after. A .Norwegian wed ling Is n dclleht-fa- ! jcctncle. Tbe picturesque Norwegian nations! ttutum.t Is worn, nnd the nrnldlng jwrty walks or driws In Norwegian Wedding Festivities. Ull. Columbus' Three Ventls. The Ssntn Marin wa one of the three tessel with which Coliimhu set sail for America from Palo, Spttlt.. Aut'Ut 3, lt:C She wn a good slied tiut. ninety foot lung, cnrrylnst sixty-isl- x seamen. She wa decked all oxer, j nriil hut four masts two with square sails and tno with lateen sails. The jollier vessels were smaller, nnd with-tidecks, and they were all provisioned for n year. First Kentucky On Return Trip. High Prices AT (1 Red Cross Workers Doing Valiant Service. fr For the Dog Killer. Planters FRIDAY AND MONDAY WE SOLD OVER OUR FLOORS 305,410 POUNDS AT THE HIGH AVER-AGOF ' S.'J WE HOLD THE RECORD TO DATE FOR THE HIGHEST PRICE FLOOR AVERAGE SINCE THE OPENING OF THE LEXINGTON MARKET. LAST E House July 10. Tbe province of Archangel Is bound ed oo the west by Norway and I'ln- l.intt on tuo east by the northern Unts apil on the couth by the province of Vologda nnd Olonetz. It Is th largest pru lr.ee of Luropeun Rus sia, but Is credited only with U2IW0O poji'hitlon. The great waterways truv-erslIt northward to tho Arctic ocean ure tile Ivtchora, Onega, Dvtna and Mi-serlverx. Archangel, tho town. Is near the mouth of the Dilua. Arcnjnjei. Sale of Personal Property. I will on at SATURDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1916, 10 o'clock A, M., sell the following personal porperty, belonging tn ti.e estate of George Bronddus, on the premises near Lowell Ky, cousintirg Card of Thankr. of One Calf j j, Doublo rig and Harness; Frazier Cart; Farming Implements; Three sows and pigs; Five Shoats; Two draft mares six years old, The following nre some of the sales; 2920 pounds nt Canter anil Canter, Jessamine, 1C05 pounds nt Jluir and Howell, Woodford, $38.20 2485 pounds at Teater and Davis, Garrard. $38.70 11)00 pounds nt Davis nnd Anderson, Garrard 1715 pounds at Teater and Fain, Garrard, $15.85 pounds ut.J Whitaker nnd Fain, Garrard, 1GC5 pounds at O. C. Cottrell, Scott, 11,225 pounds nt Mcifee and Arnold, Woodford, $39,80 2140 pounds at Combs and Thomas, Fnyotte, $36.07 1740 pounds at Murphy and Hubbard, Garrard, $39.00 C2G5 pounds nt Murphy nnd Humphrey, Garrard, $43.54 2445 pounds at Combs and Abrams, Fayette, $30.48 Murphy and Montgomery, Garrard, 5510 pounds at $35.80 M. F. Moore,. Woodford, 3570 pounds nt $43.30 Ledford and Florine, Woodford, 3795 pounds at,..., $50.00 We nre now ready to receive your tobacco for immediate sale after January 1st. Bring it to the house where men with experience will handle it and see that you get the highest market price. $3-1.5- Ski wtrll The Planters J. Tobacco Warehouse broke, About fifteen tons of Clover Hay, Terms announced on day of Sale. ELLEN S. BROADDUS, 12-2- t. Adrox. LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY. L. KNIGHT AND T. C. GEARY, MANAGERS. Cr.pt. Am. Bourne, Auct. V