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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): December 24, 1918 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1918 cen1918122401_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 24, 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. r TWENTY NINTH YEAR THE CENTRAL RECORD. LANCASTER. KY.f TUESDAY AFTERNOON. DECEMBER 24. is! I 9 I 8. NUMBER 39. 0 Demand - IN F1Flg WTHE RECORD EXTENDS Quality HEARTIEST CHRISTMAS I iS(rlijiSJi MM&fefcW&WWL ! ITS b2 GREET-!NG- S I HARDWARE. i.iMiiirmititrai With prices high as they are, it is poor business judgment to accept any- thing but the very Sfc.t 1 . 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 PRO-TEC- T THE PURCHASER. J fi TO ITS PATRONS, FRIENDS, READERS AND CORRESPONDENTS. jj We wish to thank you for your patronage for the I ! J S past year and wish you A vriat J There will be the regular yearly eli'clicn of ciTicvis of the Masonic Hlue Lodge, next Friday evening at Every the rooms of the order. member is nsked to be present. Bailey and Moss Sell Business. The firm of Bailey and Moss who for the past five years have done n splendid produce business in Lancaster have sold ihcirlyiness to the Wc arc now booking orders for a Gannrd and Lincoln Produce Comchoice lot of Home Grown Ked Clov- pany, and the transfer was made on er Seed. Home grown clover Is bet- the 15th. Mr. Bailey will remain In ter this year thin Northern seed. charge of the business of the new Cidl or telephone for price. firm. Hudson, Hughe and Karnnu. Merry Christmas and Red Clover Seed. Santa Claus Here's A Christmas Gift Speaking of Christmas gifts n.nd wondering what one should give a friend, may wc not suggest a years rubscription to the Central Record ry apwould be appreciated nnd propriate. Only $1.50 to any in the United States. A Brings Peace. As far as wc can tell, the peace conference will be getting lined up about Christmas. You and I might have been born in any epoch. We might have been living in A. D.tl, and l?ve seen the f!rt Christmas. But we didn't. Wc have nt any rate the privilege of living in 1918. nnd secin the greatest of all Christmases except one. We must it n surh. And Christmas nivinir this vcur must be more than n perfunctory exercise, even though wc combine discretion with liberelity. Happy New Year, Conn Brothers. 3G LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. 3LJLJ HASELDEN si BROS Kentucky ffctMrrgj Tom Jennings Dead. Another worthy colored citizen of the town, Tom Jennings, died at Ids last Kriday home in Duncantown morning, and was buried Saturday afternoon. Tom was one of our hnl painters and until his health failed him reveral months ago. wyis a faithful and honest worker. - It certainly takrs nerve for a visi"Christmas cornea but once a year", and very fortunntely Christmas bill tor, un.nvited in the first instance, to make n second visit without an infollow the same custom. Vet this is what the llu is vitation. The Wise Men of old followed the doing throughout the country. Star, but the wine men of A pitiful case of deprivation dewculd look at It through a telescope. serving prompt relief has been A Society for the PresentaFOlt SAI.K: A new range, nlso tion of Christinas (lifts to Snntn an air tight Good Will heater. Cl.ius should hi orgmlzcd at once. y Lancaster, I - iWtaTiJitJWi rajrgJ ii TgTa lilk faf si K. K. Henry. to reThe government proposes Among the problem! of reconstruc- claim swamp lands and arid lands for tion will be getting suspenders on the the benefit of the returning soldiers. navy and long trousers on the army If they could only dump the swamp lands into the arid lands, how much asa.n. labor could be I a veil? ! perfectly The government es nnd sweetWe trust that reconciled thU Christmas to having hearts will not object to the demon jou buy extravagantly of one strative atTection shown by the return War Saving Stamiw. ing soldiers at the sight of the first By the There will be no difficulty in re- lady they meet In America. volving to get on the water wagon way, she enrriet a torch. tni year. Vour only trouble will bj Will some wijierson please in that you will probably find it crowded form us. With the president and the After the restrictions cn Migar and army on one side of the ocean, Con the wheat were relaxed and we might gress nnd the Suprjme Court onnavy reasonably hope to have a piece of other side of. the ocean, and the is Uncle cake, Just see what has happened to all over the ocean, where Sam ? the price of eggs I. We certainly miss our "guide, philosopher and friend", Mr. Hoover, ilut we trust that he will toon be home from abroad with some nice new food regulations. The news of Germany's will not be likely to surprise us when we realize that she not only had to support an army in Europe, but also an army of three hundred thousand propagandists in the United States. The I'ublic Health Association .tti.t ... pnnvunllnnl , mlmif. - flint- . ........ " in "n.a.iUolnn I. lti nrf nf untitrtntntni" patients while nature elfects a cure". Is It not almost n pity tint under the doctors so these circumstances often entertain us with castor oil? Itoss his farm of 148 sold for John acres to A. I. TJrown for $123 an acre, possession January 1st. This make:, quite 11 good addition to the huge acreage of good land already owned by Mr. Drown in this section of Garrard County. TO THE TOBACCO customers for past farors and ask for a continuance of their patronage. GROWERS Peoples Tobacco WareGARRARD, A. B. Brown Buys Farm "Billy" King Wounded OFCOLN, CASEY BOYLE, LINhouse Co. AND ALL Incorporated. The D. A. Thomas licalty Agency In France. COUN-TIEI. M. DUNN, N telegram from the War Department last Thursday announced the distressing news that "Billy" King A ADJOINING Pres. DANVILLE, KY. School To Open. l'rofessor Hopkins informs us that the Graded and High School will open next Monday, December 30th. He insists that every pupil be on hand to start in with the beginning of the New Year, with renewed energy, that the time lost by the epidemic of "flu" may be made up before the close of the school. Kemper. Mrs. Icie Kemper, aged 84 years, died at the home of her daughter, Mrs Hubert Clark, on Lexington pike Sunday morning. Several months ago Mrs. Kemper had the misfortune to fall nnd sustain a fracture of the hip, from which together with her extreme age, caused her death. Every kindness ami attention was given her during her last illness, and she bore her suffering with fortitude nnd She was n with trust in her Savior. devout member of the Fork Baptist church and the funeral services were conducted there ; csterdvy morning nt eleven o'clock by Itcv. J. W. Mahan and W. 1). Murksbury, nftcr which the burial took place In the cemetery at the church. had been severely wounded while in action of the front in France. The telegrum announced that a letter giving more details would follow, hut up to going to press nothing further has been heard. 'Billy" has many friends here in Lancaster, where he was in business- for some time, who wiU regret to hear of his misfortune and all hope that the wound will not prove so serious ,y as was first announced. He volun tec red in the Marines lust Spring nnd took his examination at Lexington, being the only passe J out of eigh .applicants for that duy. Danville Tobacco Mar- The Part Of The Bond. American dollars, supplied chiefly ket WILL HOLD ITS OPENING SALE Monday, Dec 30th, 1918 through the sale of Liberty Bonds, played a big part in the winning of the world war. They sent an army of 2,000,003 Yanks to the firing line in about the shortest time such an army ynts ever alscmbled. A Labor Party In Politics. Organized labor has proposed to form an independent political party. Is The principal of excellent, but the advantage to ag nation of a separate labor party is dubious. Its presence involves class legislation. If bankers and stockbrokers organ ized a separate political party to get special privileges for financiers the It-- i effect wiuld be mischievous. would mean an attempt to get legal privileges for a favored class. Organized labor is a fuvored class. Its members get fur higher wages bookkeepers, than stenographers, stcre-clcrksewer-digger- J Now that the strintrvness of entint? Is reftiwcd let uj hapc that the er- vlr will frv I'M MAr.ii. Km.ivolt n In Talion rather than Kraut nrh Sour mir Hun. Or even un unwovml onion would sulflro to obliterate the hungry, hunnish, humbuggislincss of odorous cabbage shrapnel. Vl t . . T. yer " ss r fk jws jl.- Silos In America. r farm lab- - - Ma ing system ever a Siloism is the greatest modern savyet communicated to the American Farmers. It saves the d V lliristinas Fruits eon during the bargaining for stock-feeWinter months by saving and trans-- f outline Into exceptionally invigorating food the supplies given off tha l.'iul il.irlcg the tummcr. It will not oxnaust It's capacity during this WinW ter unless the possessor has an 3 pasture of stock. In that case 70 the maintaining of two Silos will, by far, prove the economy nnd convenience of there "hold over" bams by cnor-mcu- I 1 CANDISS - g i We have a full line of fruits aqd candies QUANTITIES TO MEET ALL OEMANDS. V3! S S k CHIINAWARE It is very difficult to get china at this time , butwe have it. Call and see us. Davidson & Tomlinson I cylindrical form. The present flourishing field of tlu'cc instruments is in Illinois, Iowa and the western states. The origin was In tho iVr thrifty Euiopean fields during the period closing the middle ngec. Economy was then tho key-not- e of soil propaganda Just as it ' is now. It's obicuiity In this counMy ucntal offices will be located try until recently Is not accounted the offices forafter Jan. 1st for. Onco found, it is diicovued to merly occupieiilOlD.in by Dr. J. S. Gilbert, y. be not only un ndvantago but n In the Central I'.ccord Building on Richmond Street. The nnclent builders of theso barns I will appreciate your patronage constructed them of wood and pieced and will look after your dental needs them separate ftom his barn. Today to the best of my ability. they are made of stone, cement and Respectfully, wood and nro btlached to the barn so Dr. M. K. Denny, that. In many vises, stock are fed Olfice phone -- 17, Home phone 247. directly from them. Silos are a saving to t(.e farmer in Renew your nagaiine with me money, time ami labor and he lecures now, especially the Ladles Home everything and wastes nothing, from Journal, Country Gentleman and the the smallest produce of his soil, by Saturday Evening Cost. storing It Into these sour vats. Mis. Dollie Brown. orers, und many other grades of help. Labor unions are no novelty. They had them in Solomon's time. When Hlinm, king of Tyre, sent mechanics to help Solomon build his temple they organized in lodges and federations. In And before Shnkesperv's time Englands the different crafts were classified according to guilds. A labor party In politics is a more modern conception, but they had one in England for fifteen years, and during the war it has done a good deul toward holulng up munition supplies nnd lengthenln. tin struggle. Tl.c propo.e(i presents too many of the features nnd aristocratic government to be really democratic. It suggest th? tscrificc of the nation for tho benefit of tho party. At 9:00 O'clock A. M., Promptly. They put under way the construcHaving been assured by all the tion of a federal merchant marine large manufacturing companies that that will be diverted from war work they will be ready with their buyers to extension of American commerce. They supplied the allied nations to begin the purchase of tobacco on December 30th, on that date we will funds to the extent of more than hold our Opening Sale, beginning $7,000,000,000 with which to carry on their fight. promptly at 9:00 o'clock. And in effect they tipped balance All the growers and the general public are cordially invited to be pres- of world power so decisively that there was nothing left the Germans ent on that occasion. We are very anxious to have the but surrender. Yet this is but a part of their treg tobacco growers attend this that we will demonstrate to mendous and yet unfinished task. We must do our part in restoring them that we have acted wisely in their "behalf and their law and order in Europe. We must interests, by holding back our Open- lend qpr assistance at whatever cost ing Sale until the large companies to the of a stable were ready to come on the market government in Russia. We must help feed the starving millions in the with buyers. Come and inspect our new fire- territories devastated by the Hun. proof addition. With this additional We may have to lend substantial aid floor space wc will be enabled to un- In the end to Germany herself. load and handle your tobacco with But above all we must thoroughly greater ease nnd much more rapidly. look out for the best interests of our Our floor space has been increased own country commercially, at home fifty per cent., nnd our unloading and abroad, both for the immediate fnciltlcs have been greatly improved. present and future. This Is a quesOur warehouse is the largest south tion that intimately concerns us nil. of Kentucky river. The duty of the dollar hasn't been We will endeavor to maintain the fully done by a long shot. reputation, nlreody established for Nor has our obligation to furnish the Danville market, us being one of that dollar been removed. the best and highest in the State. Nor our debt to humanity been Wc will have experienced men in fully paid. every depaitment to look nftcr your Nor will nil this have been accom needs. plished until normal conditions arc Beginning; with the opening, dally restored. sales will be held until the close of So don't contemplate nnother loan the season. Come and hear Col.' in a spirit of resistanceForbes, our great auctioneer. We our duty nnd your Stand by take tlrii occasion to thank our many country's duty. sale.be-lievind -- C 2 I IE WE ARE Released From Food Administration Orders FORCING 100 PER CENT. FLOUR AND MINIMUM YIELD AND WE ARE MAKING . Moves To Richmond St. CLEN LILY THE GOOD OLD WAY. NO BLEACH NO BLEND JUST GOOD GARRARD COUNTY WHEAT; THOROUGHLY MILLED; TAKE NO OTHER. GARRARD 3C MILLING IE zn -- 31 COMPANY 31 IE The Central Record. Tuesday, Dec 24 1918. 2 2 COLUMN Well, 1 nm nway back from the front now and 1 tell you I feel better too. I have been up there a good while. I don't hear no big guns now nor sec no Germans, so I am doing I KHAKI fine. Well darling there are 12 of us in one room nnd we re talking about "Somewhere In France" what we hnvo done and how lucky Co. D, 138 Infantry, A. E. F., wo were on the front. Oh my this is Ml?s Inez Crank, heaven hero beside of where I have Dear Sisitcr: been, nnd I hope I wont have to go In up I take the greatest of pleasure there ngaln. Darling, I wish you that. writing you n few lines tonight. This could sec me now. I have on a Hcd Since the armistice was signed, we leaves me well except a bad cold, and Cross gown, nml they call me a girl, have been lying In the harbor here I hope when these lines reach you it but I don't care tho, Just so I saved doing "Just nothing at nil". Then will find you nil well and enjoying my life. This is one that aims to the C. In C. here, (Com. in Chief life. I guess Jou tnot I had forgot come back some day nnd I hope it Queenstown) granted to the Stevens, ten you by not writing for so long. wont be long. I have seen more than Downcs, Ilnlch, and Duncan, liberty but I haven't had time to write. I can tell in rive years, but It isn't to visit Belfast for four days, and How is Papa and Grandmother Ret nothing funny for I have seen n Holyhead, (a little port In Wnles) for ting along? Tell them hello and I pretty hnrd time. four days. Wc left here on the 15th would like to sec them. Tell Leon Well I hope that all of our people nnd struck out up the southern const ard hello for me. I guess he has n are well. I would like to sec all of of Ireland at n leisurely pace with all fine crop this year. Tell Jean hello them. Now don't worry about me, the lights burning the FIItST time and for her to write, for I sure would the old man will come strolling in the Stevens hns ever burned lights like to hear from her. Well I don't some of these days, nnd when I get when not in an harbor behind subknow much to write nboiit tonight, there I am going to walk the streets marine nets. and as my light is bad 1 will have to of Kichmond, so be good nnd don't Arriving in Belfast the following close for this time by saying answer forget me, I am the same old 7 and 0, morning.libcrty was given to as many soon and tell me nil tie news. ugly as a mud fence. May God be of the crew as possible and to nil ofLove to all. From your brother. with you till we meet again. Will ficers except the one having the days Private George II. Preston, close, answer soon, duty, and the American Navy had full Co. D .,138 Infantry, possession of Belfast the remaincr of From your loving husband, r the time wo were there. Ifully en- Private Sam Long, An interesting letter has been re- Co. K, 128 Infantry. A. E. F. Joyed every day, for Belfast is more ceived by Mrs. Tom Pollard, from her A. P. 0. 734. like an American city than nny 1 have brother, Daniel Black. yet seen over here, nad the people , "Somewhere in France". The following letter to Mr. and most hospitable. There were num Dear Sister: Mrs. C. C. Barnctt, was written them erous invitations to dinners, teas, etc. s I thought I would write you a On the first day I followed the by their son, Asie Burnett, who is to let you know that Ollie and I seeing service with the American Ex- beagles with Callnghan at the the Inare well and arc both still together. peditionary Forces in France, nnd is vitation of a Major l.enthe, but saw Has mother ever received her letter I quite interesting. only one hare the whole afternoon, wrote her. Tell her not to worry "Grave Keg., Sec 311, A. V. O. 77-1- jtho we walked and ran fully ten or over us for the war is over and we I was (twelve miles cross-countrA. E. F Via New York. will soon be back home to stay. The Dear Mother, and all the folks at 'not nearly so stiff the following morn-homwar ended the second day. after we ing as I expected to be. landed. I guess you think I am never going Belfast is famous for her large France is n very pretty country, to write again. I wrote you a letter shipbuilding yards and linen mills; but there is no place like old Kentuc- a while back but I guess you didn't ithe Titanic, Brittanic and nearly all ky to me, we are in a town called get it. I w ill try to write more from the White Star Liners were built British France, doctoring wounded now on. I have only written ona there. On the 10th, (my birthday, horses brought back from the front. letter since I have been in France tho I did not remember it at the time) Tell the home folks that we are ex- and that ono was to you. I haven't .our officers were shown thru the pecting to take Christmas dinner with had any mall since I left Camp John- yards of workman, Clark and Co. Ltd, I may get me a girl while I son Fin., but guess I surely will get and the same day taken thru the them. am here. They all wear wooden some in a few dnysas the mall has Henry Mniter .Mills. Linen Both shoes. Well as I can't write much been following the boys. I am al- trips were extremely interesting. this time, I will close. Tell my girl most crazy to hear from hoiic. I Bode thru the business section of hello for me, and tell her I am some- want you to write me two or three town ami noted the similarity to the where in France. Give my love to times a week and Iwifldo the same, business houses of one of our Middle all in old Kentucky. and then maybe it wont takeso long Western cities. From your loving brother. Wpll I frtipss von Knowing that there is nothing at fn hpnr frnm homo Daniel Black. all arc iocotcj by now. How arc the all in Holyhead from having been , iioDacco crops nnu now is it sewing. there twice before, I got permission The following letter from Private, Qneal is wajking and talking to go to Liverpool for a day that a uuena visia by n0W( i would give any thing to see was nil the time I could get, or I jonn iiomcr Jennings, boy, who is in a Hospital in France, him. How is everything and every- should have gone to London. was written to his friend, J. Wesley body around McCrcary? I guess all I have grown so accustomed to Lane. the boys arc working for Uncle Sam things English by this time that I'm Nov. 14th, 1918. by now. What is the war talk back afraid that I shall not think to write Dear Wesley: there? I wish it would hurry and conic you of customs one notices when he forgot- to a close, so I could come back to first arrives. I suppose you have almost I have never become ten me and I know a line will again the good old U. S. A. We get plenty 'used to these trains with their 1st, stir your memory. to cat over here nnd they Issue us 2nd and 3rd class compartments, and How are you by now? I hope you Durham smoking I was the funny little coaches and engines, tobacco. are all well. I guess you had heard walking down the street the other i The service is rotten because of the 1 had a Boche souvenir, through the day and a Red Cross car passed by war, they say. left thigh. Well, he didn't get me and threw me off about 4 pounds of My appointment nj Junior Lieut, I am getting along fine, smoking tobacco. You bet I was sure came over today from the flagship anyway. have gotten able to be up on a pair of glad to get it. It was the American when we arrived, and was given a crutches, and go over the hospital. Tobacco fund tobneco. fitting welcome by me. I will be over to take dinner with I I haven't had a pay day since you one of these days, as the day of have been over here but nm expect the victory has arrived as you all know ing n two months pay soon. There marines and of the German Fleet and over there, and I suppose you are nil isn't much to spend money for here, not to have seen either will always enjoying great times. About all we can buy is tobacco and remain a great disappointment to me. I Wcss, I haven't seen Ben Naylor chocolate. It must have been a great sight In- since the day before I was wounded. Mamma, is Oscar tsill at Jefferson I wrote him and haven't heard from Barracks Mo.,? I wrote to him while I o'nceTntur;:hich him as yet. He was in the engage- was at Jacksonville Florida, but From time to time I Intend to i. ment at the same time. If he writes never did get any answer. Did you write you of thing? I have seen and ,L" to his folks writ.! me if you please, I get my pictures, I sent you three or done over here, reserving the most am anxious to hear irom him in some four. Mamn I lost all the pictures I choice tales that you may hear them way, and if 1 hear from him I will had with me. I had Emma I.ois's and from my own lips. I must close for send you a card. three girls from Tindal Mo., und sev- this time for 1 haven't written a letOld boy, how is everything any eral of mine. I would suro like to ter since wo were In here last time, way? I can t do much but write, find them. I promise that I wish you would send and I "owe" severill. and often I send to the operating me one of Oscar's pictures, if you you'll hear reul soon. room for material, and I roll bandages have one to spare. Some of my I am glad that Grandpa is still as for amusement sake, then I read, and friends here want to see it. My love well at could be expected. sometimes two of my pals, one from Well I sure had a good time on the to him nnd tell him I think of him Missouri and one from Kansas sing ship coming over here. We had lots real often, especially in connection some familiar songs. So you may to ent too. I didn't get much sick, with those rides of Sept. l'J17. imagine the times we have and then but some of tho boys very very sick. With lots nnd lots of love, from we celebrate peace by planning orr Mama, look at that group of solYour son nnd your brother, trip home. I hope to hear from you diers pictures I sent you. That lit Luclcn M. Grant." extend regards and best wishes tle Lieutenant died the other day of ipon, to all and accept a choice share for influenza. He was sure a fine fel Your sincere friend, yourself. low. I hated to give him up. Well Pvt. John Homer Jennings, as I don't know of nny thing else to For those who are in need of i Co. K. 7th Infantry, A. E. F. write, and it about mess time, I will remedy for kidney troubles and back close for this time and will write ache, it is a good plan to try Doan's Pills. They are strongly The following letter was received again in a few days. Hoping this Kidney by Mrs. Irene Long, from her hus finds you all well and I want you to recommended by Lancaster people. W. SI. Zanonc, Crab Orchard St., band Private Sam Long, a Garrard write soon and often. Lancaster, says: "My kidneys were From your loving son, in County boy. He was wounded Asie Harnett." irregular In action nnd tho kidney action Nov, 11 and the letter below secretions contained sediment. I had will be Interesting to his ninny relaU. S. S. Stevens, Nov. 25th, 1318. pains through my back and sides and tives and friends of this county. after I stooped over, I could hardly Somewhere in France, Nov. ICth, '18. My Dearest Mother nnd Sister: We returned to QueenstowTi this straighten up. I used Doan's KidMy dear wife: reabsenco ney Pills and they completely I will write you a few lines' to let morning after n nine-day- s you know I am getting along fine and (on a regular yachting trip) and was lieved mo of all the trouble." hope you nre the same. Well I guess pleased to find three letters from you, (Statement given February 0, 1012.) On November 17, 1910, Mr. Za- you have heard about me getting dated October 25th, Nov. 1st, and shot, didn't you? But I am getting Nov. 4th. And furthermore there none said: "I gladly confirm all I along fine now. I am in the Hospital were some very pleasing orders said in my former endorsement of and am now walking around. I got awaiting us, first, that nib censorship Doan's Kidney Pills. I have very shot between'my neck and shoulders. restrictions were removed on the 23d, little trouble with my kidneys now, that's why I've told you what I did but when I do, I can depend on It don't hurt me much. Well, I would like to se. your above, and the reason I can relate Doan's Kidney Pills, for they always sweet face again but I am most too what I have dono lately); second, relieve me", Price COc, at all dealers. Don't far away, but I feel like I will get to that that we are now in Gueenstown get come home before long. Ob,, I will for the next five duys for boiler simply ask for a kidney remedy Also there were rumors Doan's Kidney Pills the same that be so happy I wont know what to do. cleaning. Co., I would like to get there In time to galore, the ones in which everyone Mr. Zanone had. Foster-Milbur- n was most interested were to the ef- - Mfgrs., Buffalo, N. Y. take a good rabbit hunt. feet that most of the destroyers would shortly return to the States. Though there is no substantial reason for believing this, I do nevertheless, tho I have n vague presentiment that I shall not be at home for a white yet. However, please ilon t let my Imagin ings disturb you. If I do come back on the Stevens, it will be at the head of the destroyer force, for our cap tain is senior destroyer captain here. pride in I should take considerable Bastin's Suburban Fill AND CITY PROPERTY ftt Absolute Auction AT 10:30 A.M. ON BEAUTIFUL RICHMOND STREET in LANCASTER.KENTUCKY MBU. DECEMBER 28 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 hind, and the improvements thereon cannot be duplicated for $5000, consisting of 5 room dwelling, large newly built stock barn, box stalls, three Moored lofts, two sheds for feeding cattle or mules, large concrete SILO, one dandy smaller building 40 x 40. suitable' 0pi.T.fTr4;,;"f"!,.:for stock, one large newly built S acre tobacco barn; city lights and water ..:... Only-- small portion of this tract ,,,.1r,,, No flat or wet spots, gently rolling. Take an inventory " "'"J' """iof any real estate around Lancaster that is comparable to this, price it if . 1, ,,,, ,, i,f i, M au iut i, umcim. u"u8i f cittcww una auiu tuivi ji, i u,. h down January 1st, 1919, and balance in 1, 2, 3 TERMS: and 4 years. Think of it: Own a home and pay for it just like rent. a hm -- One-fourt- Richmond Street Residence. A Safe Test. 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 ' better property was never offered publicly and on such liberal terms. ( We will offer the acreage in separate boundaries and then as a whfllo rr n a TP Alln un A Nn hp cnor.CT . ' fl T T3 T A at Ut IFMI 7Y I 11 71 HI T VAU Tim nniT 1 tuf r thfpf undersigned will show you the property any time before day of sale. The D. A. THOMAS REALTY AGENCY LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. The Central Record, Tuesday, Dec 24, 1918. IP E DDE 3Q E 3t YOU CAN HAVE THAT PLATINUM LA VALLIERE AND . Soldiers Can Keep Uniforms. Secretary Dnker has Informed ha.rmnn Dent of the Houc military committee that the War Department had ilcetdcd that nil rliiehnrired sol diers n ny pern.ntiently letnm the uni- forn'3 and ouTcoats they wear when smistercd out. Dr. Dent preixircd a bill cmbodvimr ttiu necestarv nuthoii- I'reviously the licpnrtmctit had flannc! 1 1 have the cloth nz returned to fie (lovcrrment three months nf ter n jUI' r's dm hanrc. (. 3 ALL KINDS. LUMBER BROOCH FOR CHRISTMAS Undo Sam hns unnouiici'il thiit nccil nny more platinum. he doesn't t. 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 elnpse before the manufacturer can replenish our stocks. Come in NOW nnd select the articles you de sire. Our best designs nre sure to go first. Hotel Waiter's Headache Stopped By Vin Hepatica. (Jayoso Hotel Tillery, Howard Waiter, of 305 South Wellington St., Memphis, says Vin Hepatica has put him in fine shape nnln. 4 "I had been suffering constantly with horrible headaches anil pains running from the bnck of my head all down my sp'ine. I couldn't sleep at night and would be alt tired out and run down at the beginning of each day's work. Hut after taking two bottles of Vin Hepatica, the aches and pains are entirely gone, nnd I now get up feeling fine." You can get this wonderful remedy at It. i:. .McUOHKRTS, Druggist, Lancaster, Ky. STOVES GOOD KIND. Builders Hardware. Victor F)oga?rt Co. LKADING Kst. 18811. "The Hallmark Store" JKWHLERS AND IMPORTERS Lexington, Ky. Hervey & Woods Wine at a Launching. , When n war galley was launched by the Vlklns men were bound to the rollers so that the keel was sprinkled with their blood. The practice nf breaking n bottle of wine over n ship's stem nt the launch 1 regarded ns a survival of this savage Scandinavian practice or "reddening the rollers," ns It was called, Just us the custom of lead-in- s nn olllcer's charger before the coffin at his funeral Is n survival of the practice nf sacrificing n chieftain's wives nnd horses nt his pyre. Sincerity In Business, Some people's I.lca of n husincss is ivvo men. luce 10 i..ce, run. suspicion ol urn otlicr. cacli cn.ieavor. Kain an nuvnnuiKC oy prcvuri inn cation, racli making statements incorrect up to near misrepresentation. That notion of business acumen is derived from tlir old horse-dealin- g system, where no one expected the truth to be told, nnd the best man Mas he could work on a horse with the most imperfection. j I oral y community the arc men vtord Is ns kooiI as their bom1. ta cvcr ,,ut.,. No ,tntl.mcnl of thl. ,, tion(.iU C, Jt.init witn t(um ure of mniiK fnirni,. These attributes, Joined with good judgement, outfit thj successful busi ness man. l'crhaps he does not Ret the reputation of bcinj; "an awful smart fellow", but time brines him a much better one -- that of n man who hh fellow citizens can always trust foi honor and fair dealings. u ,ln Wilson's Appeal PAINT LICK, KENTUCKY. and T. R.'s. (Saoyard.) A few days before the election of November 5, President Wilson issued an appeal to all the people to indorse his administration by their votes at the polls. The . O. I'. was horrified thereat nnd characterized it as Czar ism, as an impertinent interference with the free will of the citizens, and like rot Mow 1 submit that if it is a grievous wrong for a President in a public address to usk the people to lupport his administration, it is equally an ivil for n President to ap-pein n private letter to one of the people to raisu a boodle fund to cor rupt the electorate. The difference is considerable. Wilson appealed to the intelligence of nil the people; Itooscvelt appealed to the pocketbook ft one of the leople, "a i.i&le fnotur of great wealth". And posssibly it is not unpardonably impertinent in this connection to mtntian that in the political campnign both the Oil Truit, through Mr. Rockefeller, and the Ileef Trust, through Mr. Armour, were liberal contributors to the G. O, I', campaign fund. It is written, "The ox knoweth his owner and the ass. his master's crib." SAFE, GENTLE REMEDY BRINGS SURE RELIEF tiabl1 ntlcrlnK ImMinl'y tu mr nr iour esry ny in m , wtbatanl attack of Mfr. 'oil aik .Titi t p rrtl nnt ilni.t of Mariltr anl itumAih trouM mi a.) thi kltlntya mid ilrltr nut br pultons. sn uy follow connrotml diaai nd to bulM withan) ret.-- tarto Stw lif iiu health V. htii yLr tiori.nl vi up r ,m oricani whll orran weakened by torti continue treat r. it for lm haith mo important Tftci oriara i im:-- t t to cp iuu If I.. u' nit. n ..d i.o-vvrat'hLl( brCAu? thy fiiur J pur.r. rMnrn nf tio u,.iAt-- i i mt wtt until ynii Mr In. apabt nf the MooO. ur.Ut Ihry do their worK you are tliKtmrJ Ktrt tar inif UUA ili:i)AI. lr n Wcarlnm. altcpUf una, nrou.ci, lUArlftn oil "jipi'Vi inly Yoir mousy lll i htrrfully rrunl )our dfBtmriflf ncy. barki h, utomrh troti itiii an If you nr not aalUtlf.l w , tic, pln tn tfi rultJ. Um urlnat-Iriicravrl, ttirVuity w'.n Hut iir tn vrt th ortttlnal Import t no tul). OOLt rhvumatltm, lutnt it. nn.l your and uu or trn u wrn All wiirn kid alltutrir In lt,T9 ul.u HtAltl ptcX R)I.l MEIM1 Iiaar.tn (Ml ''ap At all ilrur atrr naytv Kltjn-y' rm 1 lol-i1 U l Mlir-M. ; Sunshine In October. There Is no kravm when such pleas-innd sunny r may he lighted in nnd produce mi pleasant sr effect hi tin- - feeling, as now In October. The Minhlne I peculiarly genial ; nnd n sheltered places un tin- - sitt of a iink. or of n kirn or houv)., one bennies acquainted and friendly with lie sunlilne. It seems to be of a kind mil bninely nature. And the green truss strewn with a few withered eavea look the more green and lieau-Iffor them. Hawthorne, . Metric Denominations. Tho metric nnd denomination value for mennire of capacity are a i follows: Kllnllter or stcre. 1,000 liters,! equals one cubic meter; hectoliter, 100 liters, equal of n cubic me- -' ter; dekaliter, ten litem, equal ten1 one I cubic decimeter; liter, equal cubic decimeter; deciliter, one-tentof n liter, equal of n cubic decimeter; centiliter, one of n liter, equal ten cubic mlllter, one of n liter, equals one cubic centimeter. Tor t09 Oil hna yrut OOI.n MntMT llmrlMii pulra ar th rrmMv you In our moment of rejoicing for tho lioyi who wilt return to their homes un! loved ones, let us cut n look Him who holds the souU of the fallen who will not return and whost glittering valor resU alone on the simple band of his mother's, hU father's his sister's or his brother's arm in the form of a golden star. Pans poems to be large enough to accommodate (vo presidents. The Hearthstone. , For Returning Soldiers & Others v " J ' ' 'A The statement is made that out of If you have any sense of propor2,500 American soldiers in France tion of related values of anything suffering from shell nhocl;, 2,200 wero at all the U. S. A., as a place to lire immediately nnd completely cured b in, looks better to you than any other IMcasc the news of the armistice. country in the worlo. draw your own inference. And if you have the homing which every good man has Lancaster looks to you like one of the best places in the U. S. A. ChrUtmns is the time when the home spirit is most potent within us or should be. Every block In th4 j City of Lancaster should arouse im pulses at this time which coull not bj stimulated by tho sight oi the Capito! dome. Sentiment need not blind us to the fact that firms engaged in retail business on these streets nre, like the rest The world conllict of arms is over; that of com-.vWrc- e, of us, prompted in their daily activiindustry and social reform is just besiiinijiK. ties by the protpect of commercial (lower of the manhood of America which rallied Tho profit. Hut It should count for Home- returning to the defense of our vjreat nation is now I thing with us that It Is their lift home to follow the ordinnry pursuits pf peace. j work to study the individual needs of Thesi! rittirninir Hililiir.4 with their I'liUf-uri- l vision J Garrard people. And the material . ,.r !...: i u.. l ..e 1......11.. i. in sjnibol of the Ciiristmns spirit is that hfimmiinitlit. nnil tn iln iiiKtlcn tit tlii'msclvi's nml JeteinU emblem, the ChrUtmas gift. their people they must be thoroujihly prepared. Lancaster merchants, who know' I Berca College, with its fixed high principles and Jimmy of us by our first names, are ldeals, makes this warning call to every ambitious tlic beat judges of our habits, tastes I and requirements. They have for younjf man and woman in the tireat mountain region. Keren has been one hundred per cent patriotic 6cme time been making their rrcrara through the war contributing more than one thoustions on the bant of what they know and students and twenty faculty members to the about us, and now is the time to apply to them for mlvico and service. service and now it is ready to enlarge and intensify TOBACCO - - - TO THE - - - A fter War Program. LANCASTER TOBACCO WAREHOUSE STANFORD STREET. its courses to meet the immediate needs of peace. Thorough courses are given in the Foundation, Vocational, Academy, Normal nnd College COLDS INTERFERE WITH BUSINESS Dr. King's New Discovery relieves them nnd keep you going on tho job Fifty contjnuous years cf almost unfailing checking and relieving coughs, cclJs and Undrcd luffcrlncs Is tho Croud achievement of Dr. lung's New s, Grandparenti.-fithcri.'mothertha kiddies all have used and are using it as tho safest, surest, most plcasast 4 remedy they know of. Sold by all druggists everywhere.' J X ' Z X Keren recognizes that thero arc splendid peo- pic in the mountains who cannot get an education in the average high priced school, and to those poo- m.j !.. ..i .. .,.,..!.. i t.. There nre two important terms before this school year closes. Tho Winter Term, which begins January 1st, anil tho Spring Term, which begins March 28th. Tho cost for tho Winter Term, including board, room, and incidental fee is $10.00. For ,tlwf Spring Term, ?:i7. For full Information and advice writo,to 1 C. A. SPLITH CO., MGRS. We Pay the Highest Market Price and load the Same Day. Un- $ Marshall E. Vaughn, College Secretary. BEREA, KENTUCKY. NO COMMISSION Warehouse Phone 341. CHARGED. Residence 245. Keep Bowels On Schedule' .Late, retarded functioning throw the whole day's duties out of gear. Keep the iytfcm cleansed, the appetite lively, the stomach staunch with Dr. King' New Life I'ills. Mild tad tonic ia action. Sold everywhere. The Central Record, Tuesday, Dec 24, 9 8. 1 II I i ne for women. Hosiery, vnristmas oxore Robes and Silk Underwear. Dainty Neckwear as gifts Glovesfor the last minute selection. Georgette and Crepe de Chene Blouses. rs 9 1 Also our Coats, Suits, Dresses and Furs at Very Low Prices. fS J. E cut-over WSB&B&BBESBB& degree of military and naval $1.50 Vm. strength, but it will be pooled Issued Weekly. Payable in Adrance. and administered by the league under army and navy officers J. E. ROBINSON, Editor. selected from its various memR. L .ELKIN', Local Editor "and MRP- bers. There will still be bombEntered nt the Post Office in Lan- ing planes, submarines, tanks Mall caster, Ky., as Second-Clas- s and similiar confetti, but they Matter. will only be used to suppress Member Kentucky Press Association any member of the league who and wants to fight. Eighth District Publishers.,Lcague. The generalissimo of the Rate, For Political Announcements. composite army contributed by For Precinct and City Offices.. $3.00 the subscribing nations may be10.00 long to the nation that tries to For County Offices For State 'and District Offices.. 13.00 start a riot. It will be his duty .10 For Calls", per line .10 to lead his For Cards, per line against the army of his own For all publications in the interest of individuals or expresnation. If he is captured his sion of individual views, per own people won't know wheth10 line er to kiss him or hang him. He .03 Obituaries, per line will still be their commander-in-chie- f. DICKERSON Thoughtful people arc shuddering Wednesday Decembtr morning, further cloni'Lur. i.'er the uppenranfe of certain ghost- 11th 1918, Wade II. Sebastian, pastBringing thee lands o use- ly forms emerging fronutho shadows ed from this world of cares and troufulness would require a Inrge hanging over Europe spectral fig- ble out Into the Great Beyond. Havdancing about the bubbling caul- ing been born April 2nd, 1877, he expenditure of money, but un- ures had European politics and forty one years. The mot of der good ndmiuistratioi. wouM dron of his life was spent in the patient beargive an immediate opportunity Soon they may be stalking ncross ing many For but for labor, and would eventual- the earth like furies. Occam will fourofyears heolTlictions.invalid the conwas mi of ly provide many thousands of net stop thorn. Neither island ncr tent suffering. His death, caused by soldiers with tlicir ovtn farms. continents will be safe from their in- heart trouble nnd complications nf The Central Record Unraster, Ky.. December 24, 1918 THE PERIL OF PATERNALISM. There is abundant logic in the tendancy lately shown to entrust important private industries to the government. We have been passing through acutely critical times. It is necessary even under normal conditions that industries should be supervised by particularly the government, when they grow to such a size that they are public utilities. It is the only way to provide private safeguards against tyranny. a new When a man product or a new field of industry he invests time and money in the hope of success. And if it becomes so useful that everybody wants it it is a utility. But Jf it is taken from him without compensation every one else will take care to prevent his own product from becoming generally useful. He will stop short of making it good enough to be universally popular. Several years ago a group of experiscientists conducted ments with hermetically sealed jars and tins, arid worked out processes of preserving animal and vegetable products. The result of their experiments was commercialized, and the outcome was the packing business, which many people declare to be a utility. It is. And there aro others the barber business, for example. Whiskers among aro pretty general males. Without the promise of n fair bargain in the case of municipalization no one will try to develop anything into real usefulness. Ho will expect it to be taken from him as soon as it becomes really worth while. If there are fifteen subscribing nations, and twelve of them decide to steal territory from the other three, the three may appeal to arbitration. The by the assessors (contributed fifteen nations) vote will twelve to three against 'the appellants, which suggests that the time spent in arbitration could be saved by a exercise in simple arithmetic. The moral thereof is not that the principle is an absurdity. It isn't. It i a magnificent ideal," but like all ideals presents diificulties in material izing. The difficulties in this case are stupendous, but not sufficiently so to discourage us from trying to approach as closelj as possible to realization. We shall not attain to it, but wo shall attain to something well worth while. two-minu- te Reclaiming Waste Lands. At the close of the Civil War the United'States possessed a Western public domain which seemed almost boundless in ex- tent. rs Many of the soldiers, accustomed by their military experience to an life, felt the call of the land. In largo numbers they took up government claims and devoted themselves to a farming life. Our great army, also coming back from a vigorous life, is likely to feel the same call. Secretary Lane, realizing that wp hava not the desirable public lands of foity-thre- e years ago, wisely proposes the owned by the government, to reclamation of wasto landa furnish the soldiers with the' opportunity of becoming farm ers or Tho secretary states that there are oyer two hundred A MIXED CROWD. million acres of waste land in The nations are to form n t,hu United States capable of They league, and make each other such transformation. consist of arid lands requiring behave. They will all retain n certain Irrigation for fertility, swamp fruit-grower- s. of a lifetime has given them a dexterity approaching the supernatural. Yet we perversely send for n e ircsfitter when we want a fixed. Political revolutionaries of the more radical kind are less methodical. One would imagine that the right person to discuss the needs of the working man would be one who had worked at some kind of a trade himself. You can be a good bricklayer, and still possess capacity for organization: but bolshevists don't recognize this. To be a leader of their ranks it is generally a qualification to be ignorant of all trades. They usually pick n man who has' never worked at any useful job in his life. He is often a literary failure. Ho may have tried to tench a school at some time, or he may be a discarded college professor. He is hardly ever n competent machinist, painter, plasterer, carpenter or boilermaker but he knows n lot of long words. If Trotzky or LeninC- - have mastered any trade to the point of qualifying for union wages the name of it ha3 not been But Heaven made public. knows they con talk. gas-pip- burg. Illuford of Ii ., Leslie. John and Butter of Gar-nr- d County, I). V. Sebaitian of Georgetown Ky, and Kverett Sebastian, wht is "Somewhere in France." Wade hail been a member of Freedom Baptiat Church for more than twenty year. Oftentimes he had told hit friends that his hope wa steadfast anil he was ready and willing to go. His friends And rontola lion in the lnlif that he la now where "The fortier thing lave pass It would also add materially vasion. this specter of rapine, of law- Asthma nnd Bronchitis, wns not a ed awij" and he i forever free from It is the things which caused his affliction to the national wealth. If hj lessness1, of destruction, whose sinis- surprise to his friends. Those left to mourn his loss arc his here. confers a benefit to humanity ter shadow is most plainly cast across The body was l.ii.l to rest in the father anil mother, Thomps and who "makes two blades of our pathway. It is Bolshevism, nnd thn Sebastian, two sisters, MnymeMar Lancaster cmetcry. SeMay the sustaining grace ui grass grow where one grew be- wc should be worse fools not to pre- bastian and Mrs. W II. Grow, six ourselves for its appearance in fore", certainly a phn which pare midst brothers, Asby Seb.uti.in of Waynes- - Jehovah comfort the bereaved one our than we were not to prein their hours of grief. makes land hitherto useless pare for war. Already the men upon grow valuable products als? the watch towers of .our civilization hale warned us that its head has apbenefits humanity. , In Ameripeared aboxe the horizon. I . FOR ca its muttering can be heard by any AMATEURS RUN WILD. ne who lays his ears to the ground. Plumbers ac useful; but you The men who warn us of this peril don't take a sick tooth to n are being sneered at as a alarmists, plumber. but so were those who warned us e There are watchmakers who the now extinguished conflagration are almost magiciaijs. The of war. Our principal trouble is, wc Cincin. do not heed the prophets! experience lends requiring drainage, anil forest areas, needing On Guard. Sebastian. I HEADOUARTRRS 1 Candies, Nuts and nati Enquirer. PAINT LICK Mr. Jim Mucker spent Friday with his mother. Mr. Fruits ter, Saturday. Mrs. Joe Woods and children arc ill with the "PJif." Mr. and Mrs. Charley Graves arc ill with the "Flu." .Miss Ja. X. Denny was In Lancas- CHINAWARE, Toy Wagons and Sleds. LET US SERVE YOU. Ava McWhorter Is visiting relatives near London. Mr. Jas. A. Todd and Morris and Dave Todd were In Richmond, Friday. Mr. James Rucker, of Lexington, spent Friday with Mrs. I. C. Rucker t i j W. B. BALL .rl.il a M cu. oiui 'a VJUCIl r Argo. The remains of Mrs. Margaret Argo, were brought to Paint Lick last Saturduy from Hamilton, Ohio, where ho died last Friday at the home of her nelce, Mrs. C. O. McKinney. Mrs. Argo was 93 year old and re-liof Robert Argo, who died many years ago at Paint Lick. of Mrs. Argo was the step-mothWill Argo who for many years has made hit home in Denver. Colo. She is survived, by no children but leaves many nelces and nephews In this and adjoining counties. Before her marriage she was Miss Henderson. After appropriate services at the grave the remains were Interred In the cemetery at Manse, i Miss Stella McWhorter came home '! Saturday for the Christmas Holidays. Mrs. Fred Hall and Miss Mabel Hall are visiting relatives In Louisville, j Do your Xew Year's resolving The Paint Lick Gnrago Is demon- curly. strating a big fine Iluick Six, this in The most dissntislled persons week. this country arc the young lieuten- Mrs. A. G. Botner and son, Harold, who had Just paid three h.ndred are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. ant.n rat f rr rhoip siitttit . I nil (hi iirm. i"" :v" " D. Burchell. J. listice was signed. Miss Mary Stewart nnd Miss Maude Wilson, were guests f Miss Annie Todd, last Sunday. Mrs. Arthur Breeze of Middles-borvisited her mother, Mrs. E. E. , White, the past week. B. D. Maupin, representing the Williams Oil Co., of Irvine, was In our town, Saturday. Miss Fannie'KIdd, of Wallaccton was the guest teveral days the past week of Mrs. Thos. Logsdon. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Woods were hosts, Friday to a very delightful dining. The occasion being n family ' i iu.. n ililUr olliJlJlir tlllrinor tno UftiMn lillllllllV.. ... W HSf The country bus had three Wilsorf- Icss we;ks and is beginning to look forward to tho president's return, But we trust Out the combin.iliqn of ,nrli f..llni. In ...I n ...I..,... I won, , ,)im w t . ion. I : : Taxpayers Beware reunion. Mr. E. C. McWhorter has purchased a handsome home on Kust'Main street Lexington, Ky., where he will move his family soon. It Is with much re-- ; gret the community will see Mr. Mc-j- S Whorter nnd his family leave and Is hoped he will be pleasantly situat-- J ed in Lexington, ; Mrs. Elizabeth West, age sixty- nine, died ut her home near here De-(- Z cember 18th, of pneumonia, following She Is survived by two Influenza. sons, Edd nnd Walker, alio one daugh ter, Mrs. Charley Bowman, all of whome reside near here. Her remains were laid to rest In the Richmond cemetery. it5 2 3 IF YOUR TAXES ARE NOT PAID BEFORE THE END OF THE YEAR YOUR NAME WILL APPEAR IN THE LIST OaDELINQUENTS AND YOUR PROPhBtY WILL BE ADVERTISED IN THIS PAPER FOR SALE. THIS MEANS EVERYBODY. ft. K. Walker, Sheriff Saturday afternoon. The Central Record, Tuesday, Dec 24, 1918. CLIP ASON'S GREETINGS their confidence in our business methods and integrity has inspired. We thank our patrons for the generous Throughout the tempests that are continually tossing about the sea of enterprise, we make it our personal and sustained effort to dispense with merchandise that is the acme of quality and fair price. days are about to step into our calendar, and with them go our most earnest interA brand new set of three hundred and sixty-fiv- e est and good wishes to our patrons for a Prosperous and Happy New Year. Our fairness in dealing with you will in no little way contribute to that happiness. Our service is constantly at your very door and in the simple, secure lines upon which we do business, is a guarantee in itself for correct values and merchandise. The Joseph Mercantile ' -i ,' j (Bompan THE HOUSE OF QUALITY. The Womans Club will give a reception on.net Friday, December the 27th, at the club roome, in honor of Mrs. Napoleon Price. Invitations are out for members of the club. him, which is a compliment to his clficicnt services behind the counter. He will take his old position January 1st. Mrs. Charity Poynter, of Bald .Mr. nnd Mrs. W. F. Duncan, of Rock, Ky., who for the past ten Nicholasville.'came over last Friday years has dispensed her hospitality so and will spend the Christmas holi- generously, to the Rock Castle Fishdays with Mr. ami Mrs. Sam llr.jel-de- ing Club, will visit Lancaster duAng the first week of the New Year. She THE ONE PRICE STORE.. Mrs. V. A. Speith is spending the MALLABLE RANGES, $85.00. holidays in Louisville, with relatives. f CAST AND STEEL COOKS, $40. and $45.00. li Gossip About Miss Kulalah Montgomery of BeMOORES AND OAK HEATERS, $35 and $40. PVonlr? V? Vs? vs? I rea College, is at home for the holi-days. SECOND HAND COOK STOVES, CHEAP. Mis Kulalah Montgomery spent A Drill Mintion oll thf Con!nti snd f JOHN DEERE WAGONS, $125.00. Goings LyThotc V Art Ir.tirtittd t.i. J 'a few days with her brother, at Bry- antsvillc MANURE SPREADERS, OLIVER RIDING Miss Kathtrine Haley of PLOWS, CASSAROLES AND ALUMINUM Mrs. W. 0. Goodloe was a visitor CoHcru will spend the holidays Bcrea with WARE CHEAP, ROASTERS, LARD CANS, etc in Danville Inst week. friends here. J. R. MOUNT & CO. The Deal House. LET US LIGHT YOUR FARM WITH ELECTRICITY Better, Safer and Cheaper than eny Artificial Light. Mr. Lewis Arnold of Camp Taylor Mrs. Charlie Hughes spent the day has been mustered out, ami lias with her mother, Mrs. W. B. Monthome. gomery, Saturday. Mr. W. D. Hcop left Saturday for Mis (Jirtie McQucrry nnd brother, Krankfort where he will spend n few were up Sunday to see Misses Lillian days before going to Louisville, to be and Kulalah Montgomery. mustered out. Mr. Coleman C. Sanders who has lli Minnie Mac Kobiiwon spent a been stationed at Camp Buell, Lex with her attrnc-tiv- e ington, has liclifchtful week-en- d returned home. friend, Miss Stella .Mac Crow, Miss Cecil Batson of K. C. W., will near Ilrynntsville. spend the holidays with her parents, Miss Kcbcccn William, who was Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Batson. called frc.ni Bristol, Tcnn., by the illness-oMiss Evelyn Phelps !... rotur.icd senous htr family, will from Richmond whjre she visited far the llcdiday. i .Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Creech. Mm. Malcne and children of Camp- ' llsville, arc spending the holidays Dr. Milton Elliott arrived Sunday with her sifter, Mrs. W. B. Hall, and from Louisville and will remain thru the holidays with his parents. father, Mr. W. C. Davis. Mrs. Anna Hubble and daughter, Mattic Mae, will be guests this week of Mrs. Hubblc's father. .Mr. J. T. Andirson, of Doyle county Mr. and Mrs. Charles Speith of Louisville, motored up and .were re cent guests of Mr. anil Mrs. W. A. Speith. ( attactic Mr. and Mr. J. W. Pumphrey are waiting relatives at Louisville, India 'napolis. anl Hamilton Ohio, during the lolidays. BASTIN BROTHERS, LANCASTER, has KY..JS2t! illcf Louisville, whoKist, Miss Mary hiis been iio of pneumonia, re turned to her heme today. :sil CHRISTMAS few friend, at the Kengarlnn last Friday evening, in honor of her si- - liam Cecil, were guests last week of her parents, Mr. and Mrs, Cronley tcr, Mrs. Hcorgo Mcitobtrts, of Hi ington. M ' Mr. Jennie Farra entertained t ill be the honored guest of the club, composed of the following members: Messrs Saufley Hughes, John M. Fnrra, L. Guy Davidson, James A. Beazley, Rev. H. S. Hudson, Rev. J. m R. Moorman, Fred P. Frisbie, Webb Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Wilson of Kcllcy, W. A. Dickcrson and K. L. Paint Lick, have been visiting Mrs. Elkin. They have just returnL. N. Miller. ed from Atlanta Gn., where they visited their son, Gilbert, who was seHe is verely wounded in France. To Son Or Daughter. doing nicely now, which will be very Is a course of Bookkeeping, Shortgratifying to his many friends in the hand and Typewriting at the Lexington Business University. S. W. Moss of Lancaster, was here Thousands of young men nnd womThursday making his arrangements en attribute their success to this old to move to Stanford, where he will and nlfluentl.il institution, among have charge of the Garrard and Lin- whom are many of our successful coln Produce Company, which is now citizens. Its graduates secure the being looked after by Mr. Watte: highest salaried positions. College Mis Florence Acton of George- Kcrsythe. Stanford people will give open. Special inducement to soltown College, accompanied Miss Mary Mi. Moss and his excellent family a diers and sailors. Owsley homo for the holidays. welcome. Interior Journal. vnrr.i For Circulars and particulars adA. 0., son of W. B. Montgomery, Capt. J. M. Acton has returned dress, and Earnest Montgomery spent Fri- from Ft. Oglethorpe, where ho has WILBUR R. SMITH, Lexinjton, Kv. day nlgiit with W. B. Montgomery. tecn'stationeJ for the past six mon ha For Any kind of hauling, nil kinJs .Mr. Willie .Mac Elliott of Lexing-to- n in the medical department of the V of garden work, call disHaving received his will spend the holidays with his S. service. Phone 330. Jack Colhngs. parents. Dr. ami .Mrs. W. M. Elliott. charge, he and his family will take up their residence again in Lancaster Edwin Walker ami John Eldridge and resume his lucrative practice, of Centre College, Danville, will which he gave up for the service of The Arm of Bailey and Moss dir spend Christmas with their parents. his country, nearly a year ago. It will be very gratifying to friends solved its partnership on Dcccmbe Mrs. Virgil Kinnaird has returned of Mr. Ben Woods, to know tnai he 15th, and are anxious to close u to her home nt Winncsboro, S. C, will assume his old position AH persons Lnowm; i the their business. after a visit to Dr. and Mrs. J. B. drug store of R. E. McKohcrts. II themselves indebted to said will please Kinnaird. was told when he entered the service . call and settle at once. Bailey and Mois. Mrs. Melvin "Parsons nnd son Wil- that his position would be held for w ress Monroe, Va to spend a few da ys with Mr. nnd Mrs. R. E. Turle'y Richmond Register. on the Campus. .Mrs. Turley as before her marriage Miss Lydia Elmore of this place. Major R. E. Turley and Mrs. Tur-le- places her daughter in school for the are expected Thursday from Fort- coming terms. While in the city she y comes here from Berca, where she A Parent's Best Gift Notice. SHOPPING. early and cooperate with the ernment. Our stock Is ready. Do It Gov- PRICES RIGHT. Sander's Variety Stare. WE SELL FOK LESS. Here Is Something You Con Do fnr your Christmas Present. cnu ana ssk auoui mem. u is your uutv. Rmr War Cniflnd Jfnmnc ... ON ROLL HT i s s OF LANCASTUK. KY. J. J. WALK EI!, Vice Prest. L. K. HUDSON. President. Jog J. Walker, Jit., Book. Keeper. W. O. I'.icney, Asi't Cssh'r. W. F. CHAMP. Cashier. OF HONOR. Mr. Eugene Broaddus and Mist Meisis Dan C. Elkin. John McRob-and Misses Elizabeth fiibbs and Hnrel Broaddus were guests last week ;t Miir. ret Cook attended a dunce Jt lost at Buckeye. t j he ChoenU Hotel iir. Loxingte-n- , rnaay evening. Mr. Curtis Sanford'of Great Lakes I Messrs J. It. Palmctcr, of J.imss- - Training station, arrived Sunday for jtown, New York, K C. Pnlmeter of a visit to his parents, Mr. mid Mrs. J. L. Sanford. .Vorth Middltton, Ky.. ind 0. K. cf Mt. Sterling, Ky., are hire (!) Mr. und Mrs. J. II. Hamilton, and for a visit to their brother, Rev. F. Misses Norma Burns and Lavinia D. Palmcter. Montgomery will spend Christmas in I MUs Joa'i Mount returned Sutur-dr- y Danville, with relative!. from Bowling Green, where she Mr. Karl Broaddus of Camp Taylor 'has spent the last month with her and Mr. O'Ncil Broaddus of Chicago, Mrs. Thomas M. Wilson. She are cxrected to spend the holidays was accompanied home by Mr. and with their parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. i Mis. Wilson, who will spend the Holi-ilu- y Crenley Broaddus. season with Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Misses Mildred Beailey, Mary Owe Mount. ley, Ruth Carrier nnd Mary Lee Lenr Mr. and Mr. Saulley Hughes en- - rcutrned from thoir schools at Lexjteitoinctl the I'ock Castle Fishing ington last Saturday ami will spend Club-a- t their home on Richmond St., the yuletidu with tho homo folks. 'last Friday evening. The following Miss Martha Kavanaugh left last members were present and a delight ful ovening spent: Messrs John M. Wednesday for Wilson N. C, where Furrn, Jan. A. kcazley, II. S. Hudson, she will spend the holidays with her She was L. Ci. Davidson, sister, Mrs. Herbert Ellis. 1 i, J.. -- Moorman, Georgo Jlclioberts and I!. L.- - Elkin. accompanied its far ns Lexington by Sir. and Mrs. W. II. Burton and Mr, Mr. and Mrs. George Brown en Shirley Hudson. at an elaborate dinner in tertained honor of their driughtcr, Mary, who Letters from friends of W. S. Km- celebrated her seventeenth birthday. bry state thnt he and family arrived t Those wert" Mr. and Mrs. at Eustls, Fla., after a pleasant trip Frank Bicwn, Mr. and Mrs. Holman through the country, only changing Broun, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Griggs one tire during the entire route. He and Misses Celin and Myrtle Palmer, is perfectly delighted with tho climate Iona Dunn, Agnes Henderson. All with a summer temperature of 80 present greatly enjoyed the day. ' Jj trj li! Beginning (:)' I I I CI January Our Terms Yifill 1st. I i I Be i fii Strictly Cash I iii i Or Produce. Business conditio is are sach and so many ciianifus have taken place in the last fev.-- years that e deem this method of doing business best for both merchant und custonvr. Nearly all lines of business arc on a cash basis and the merchant with rnsncy to pity his bills promptly is the cno who gets the Coeds and quid: deliveries. Wc take this method of notifyhijr our friends of this change In our businesa so as to save any further embarrassment for either of us. We appreciato the business which you have triveu us in tho past and we hope you will continue to favor us with same. now-a-daccn-rliict- I I C) (!) 1 I I I I i (!) t I I BECKER BRYANTSVILLE, and BALLARD. PHONE 27. KFNTIIPKV ; i I I!) fji; The Central Record, Tuesday, Dec 24, 1918. Holiday I J?' Ambition and TIRED MEN before WOMEN J- who Mcel old their time," - who are languid, have no energy and lick ambitio- n- thete ire often lutfcreri ' from kidney trouble. Vrk, orer orlrJ or dSataard kldatya art Indicate d by amMtfoalt'ia, tire J, ncrvoua cendit'oa, br anllo nfta rt Ma nd puAneaa aindtr r. backache, nHt Joints, Bar cnuaclea, PIIII! Having sold my farm and decided to quit farming, I will on 3' TV ei mht si the citac ot iuffrioi anJ mUcry, rrLlatc that lldnrya and bladder aud rcslort to touod and healthy condition. N. R. Rei. D'.btin, (la., writit'l want to lay I a.it better Retort 1 atarted tn take Foley kldaey PHla I could not turn over In the bed I had auch atrrrt pain la my ba.k and liipa. I aa ao atiff I cuuld not bend ovrr and 1 had to eet up at nllbt five to ail tlmea. II y taklol rolr kidney IMIa I an up add abU t J I wvtk. STORM ES DRUG STORE. Goods LM ( The Wheat Acreage. The federal department of ngri culture'reports nn Increase of 6,720,' M .000 acres, or nearly 10 per cent, win- whpat ,o"n.;hlj f,a11 "!;?:c thc ff acreage sown With conditions reasonably favor able, thc yield of winter wheat next year is forecast n 703,000,000 bush I m Our line this year is espec- ially select. Come let us show you. . Saturday, Deo. 28th, '18 at 10 o'clock, at my home, 1-- I Morrow & MoRoberts a 3 Let Scott SALE-TU- RN Do It. If youare'going to have ST OVER TO SCOTT and get the benefit of his 15 years experience NO SALE TO SMALL AND NONE TO BIG FOR SCOTT. A. T. SCOTT, Lancaster, Ky. Garrard County's Leading Auctioneer. i mile Soutli of Hackley, on the Gill-isp80,000,000 more than thc els which pike, 4 2 miles from Lowell, offer for sale to the highest and best highest record. When the goernr.ient called upon bidder, my personal property, consisting of 1 Percheon Station, registerthe farmers last year for nn Increased acreage of wheat the response was ed, 1 Jack, registered; 1 family mare safe for lady; one weanling colt, a bf yarn! expectation. It is difficult to the effect which the good one; 1 Jersey cow, five years old, as good as the best; 1 red roan magnificent wheat crop of 11)18 had toward the winning of thc war. heifer, fresh in April; 100 or more white Leghorn chickens; a few barrels Facing the necessity of greatly in cr?r.seu experts In the coming jear, corn in crib; 1 three inch Old Hickory wagon, in good shape; 1 A harrow; cur farmers have again shown their patriotic spirit ty providing for 1 cutting box; 1 Syracuse hill-sid- e plow; 2 double shovel plows; 1 good tarscr wlunt hsncst in 1010. The American frimer merits the set wagon harness; lot of plow harness; 1 Mawyer buggy good as new: 1 lespect ami hcror of his country. ret buggy harness; 1 ladies saddle; gents' saddle and bridle; hoes, rakes, "Line's Busy" To Be pitch-forkshovels, etc. Household and kitchen furniture, and many Thing Of the Past. ii other things not mentioned. Washington, "Line's busy" per telepony, doomed. Multiplex One Chevrolet car, been run 2,G00 miles, in A one condition. mitting five conversations over the same pair of telephone wires at once. TERMS made known on day of Sale. is to be put into extensive use within one-fourth ie I s, g 2 IMIWMMM The boom of thc flat tire of German militarism heard around the world and maybe the rest of the planet that have been bothered by the PARIS. As soon as transportation suffocating atmosphere of thc Bertha permit, France expects to1 Corrupt gun pepper will ma!:e the I 8choI ''Tories the judgment be mvaded by hundred, of thousands " books of the Hun for those who tod- to visu of sishtseers who wdl at ,he n!ne 0.clotk belL The me uauiencias. Aireauy tne iour- maker of history should at least, in ing Club do France has made arrange his defeat, serve the world somemerits with the different ministerial thing sweet to taper olT on: but it departments to faciliate traveling, seems as though the Hun must forand plans have been prepared to erect ever bear upon his bloody platter the large portable hotels on the battle- crooked pretzel which is his family fields. Visits to the northern battlemethod of tying the fields will be conducted thru the world knot and symbolizing his natuio British. of unsnuareness. Hotels Will Be Built On Battlefields. two monthf, it was recently learned Hell in thc Post Office Department. Telephone experts and Amerunn Telephone and Telegraph scientists tvolved the multiplex system, accord Ing to n letter sent by Theodore X Veil to Postmaster General Burleson Here is what nnd later made public. "nultlplcxity", as it is called permits Five telephone con creations nmul tuneousiy on one pnii of wires; trans mission of forty telegraph messages simultaneously on one pair of wires, or some telephoning and some telegraphing simultaneously on the sar.it. pair of wires. "It is not too much to characterize this new system as marking an epoch in the development of long distance telephony and telegraphy", Mr. Vail', letter said. J. P. Foley. Also at the same time and place M. T. Rayburn will have his sale of ;tock and farming implements. To The Tobacco Growers Ot Ad The Holiday Season. Every citizen of Lancaster s,houli take pride in it ns a clean and progressive town. And among the reasons for pride is the character of thc Madison, Garrard and Wb Funeral Lancaster, Oe RiGNEY Embalmer. Kentucky. Residence Phone 33. Director and Lancaster n'crchants. There is jome satisfaction In deal-Inwith men of good judgment and responsibility who are right at hand and vho have every reason to please and satisfy you. Just now, with the holiday season upon us, we appreciate the convenience of our store in an especial de- prte. ? joining Counties: Office Phone 18. 31 11 1 CUE mm automobiles. Now is the timeMo buy and save money, guarantee everycar we sell. We 1018.,Buick5Roadster $1150.00 passenger 1915 Bulck,five 550.00 1916 Oakland.flve passenger 625.00 1916 Overland, five passenger 600.00 1917 Fords $400., $425., $4.50 Three SEE US AT ONCE. 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 prevalent in the Our Christmas, season is full of announce our opening sale, on account of the influenza happiness and lijoiiing this year. An J happiness walks hand in hand South. We were however, advised by the big tobacco purchasing compan-ie- s with generosity. "The Christmas Spirit will get you that as sooli as they get buyers to the Lexington market, we would have if you don't w.tch out". And why watch out agalrjst it? Take it into themhere on the same day. your heart and give to your limit. Take our udvico and visit the Lan Remember the HOME HOUSE has never speculated in one pound ou will find among caster stores. stocks their Just the of tobacco. We do a strictly commission business. We are for the grower uvticles you want to give as a Christ is or New Vf ar'k or holiday gift. first, last and all the time. We will gufar.tee that you can please the children or Him or Her, We have doubled our floor space and can now unload your tobacco cr tint both gilts anil prices will be pleasing to you yourself. the same day you come. We also have two of the largest buyers prizing on cur floors. DON'T NEGLECT A We will announce our opening date as soon as the big companies can RHEUMATIC PAIN get through in the South. Don't be misled into taking your tobacco to a Go after It with Sloan's market where it will be sacrificed. For we know we will have buyers on Liniment beforo it gets the same day that Lexington or any other market in the state. dangerous Hoping that none'of the growers will be misled about the opening, or Apply a lilllt, doo't tub, Ut it pent, twingel Same (or trait, and in thinking they will have a market at Lexington, or some other point, beexternal aches, pains, (trains, still acts of joints or muscles, lameness, bruises. Very truly yours, Instant relief without musslneu or fore ours, we remain, biggest jood-by The Danville Brick Go L. B. CONN' oiled clothing. Reliable the selling liniment year after year, economical by reason of enormous sales. Ask your druggist for Sloan's Liniment. Keep a big bottle ready at all times. THE HOME RICHMOND, HOUSE, Proprietor. Walnut Street. 3C Danville, Kentucky. 3i ii imczzif 31 IE By W. E. LUXON and I. M. HUME. KENTUCKY. The Central Record, Tuesday, Dec 24, 1918 Peoples Tobacco Wareh'e Co DAlNVIULE, FLU INTERFERED WITH RELIEF WEEK FEW COUNTIES WERE ABLE TO CARRY OUT COMPLETE PROGRAM. f.l LEADERS WILL TRY AGAIN Their Medicine Chest For 20 Years jt-tn1 tut,' to look tnrt lack cxtf tbn tityn that aro frono i.d luuugiitiuiij' iito incm uiti. frtf.iiMi.ljr I fin.t f wlf, at eTfntjr-oI'lftniftr I . ck n quart' r f a centurv, when I et nit If m tho Iittln lrug more I nwnt'l fiaklng ant plllnu a at lkilar, M, '..juttii t'i my friends ami tr fitLi- - r' . ut Has thn rnown only at cittonifm frine for Stomach, Lher lit. JwiV adJ How el Conip.ltiDtB. Tor man? yMMwMIe twu perflating my I ho formula I ttmlitit anil laiatl.es and rat hart ici on tbe markctand tirrame rontincrd that the'r main fault was rot tint thry ilUt not art on tho tmweU, bat that th'Ir net ion nn too violent and lira fie, and upttt tho nyftetn of th nnert which waa duo to tho fart that tbey wero not Ihorangti enoutlilii their aetion, aomo almrly actittft in tlieuprwroram&U iLtri tlnfwhl1o others would &cl only on ILo lower or larrfl Intentlnn, and that they almost Invariably produced a habit amjruinled dotei. I hellcTt-ithat a preparation to produce liver, the i fleet nmt lint tooe th then act on tho atornacli and entlra alimentary tyitrtii. If this wan Rreoroplthed, the medicine would produce a mild, tut t heron Rb elunination tf the waste without aad make the usual aiekenlntf aennKtlOsstbe user fiel Utter at once, of After eiperlmentiri(r with hundred different compound, I at latt perfected the formula that It now known a Natwt's fltaietfr, which I truly believe goes farther food Organliatlon Is Preserved Int.iel and Will Carry Forward Work of Saving the World Now That the War Has Been Won. Dec 18 T h characteristic of pa the ullottM f U ftr thry KENTUCKY. Announcement. We have deferred our opening" sale until January 1st, 1919, owing to the fact that the large buyers have advised us that it will be impossible lor them to send representatives to ANY MARKET IN KENTUCKY' until that date. No market will have buyers for the Big Companies earlier than we have buyers for them. Keep that fact in " mind. Any of our friends who wish to" haul tobacco to our floors will be welcome any time after December 16th, where it will be safely stored awaiting first sales of the season. If you need some Christmas, cash, we will make a liberal advance upon tobacco when same has been weighed up and placed upon the floor. Since the close of last season we have added a new 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 judjres to be the best one in all the South. Come the first day to hear him. Now that we have done all things in our power that money and good judgement will accomplish, to secure the top price for your tobacco, thanking you for past patronage, we again ask you to come on with your tobacco. fire-,proof e ' I. 11 1 M. DUNN, President World IlHIcf as was n hum-c;.'. but lifcanw of the far is It Spanish Influenia It illl nut so fnr enough; hence (lie Food Administration volunteer orgiinliatlon will be preserved Intact and the work will lie taken up whenever the general health tltuutlon iierrolts. Not more than M counties wero able to carry out the vrhole week's program us contem plated. In those counties where World Ile-- f tet Week was ohservod, such nt Jefferson, Washington, Uracken nil Iloy then1 were Ik'IiI church senilis on Sunday, December 1, club rallies n Wednesday, school exercises on Friday, community Catherines throughA. H. LEWIS MEDICINE CO, out the week and big county-widSr. Louis, Ma rallies at least once In each county, The raetraice of the Pood AdministraR. E. McROBERTS, Lancaster, Kentucky. tion that the "war conscience" must now give place to the -- world congreat science" was Impress with effectiveness, nnd it Is quite well and appreciated in nil such counties that the eople of Kentucky, now that the war Is over, will sate more food than they did while It wn? still going on. Hut this message must yet be carried to the jieople of at leat 100 counties In Kentucky who were prevented by the epidemic of. Inllueuza from receiving It, Mrs. Morris t.ifTord, chairman of the State Conservation Division. Mis Alexins ltuoth, chairman of School ind Colleges, and Mr. Fred W. Hard-t.lck- , OF LANCASTER. chairman of Religious nnd Fraternal Organizations, lute receivCopflal ed from the highest authorities the fullest praise for the sin cess with A. It. DENNY. President' .which they carried on World ISellef Week under difficult circumstances. J. E. STORMES. Vice I'res't. When the work Is resumed they will S. 0KNNY. Cashier. be found nt the head of things. They send their sympathy to those County J. I Gut., J. R. Harris, Conservation chairmen and County Administrators preparatory whose work went for nought and promise Safety Ocposit Boxes For Rent. them every means of i when the time for resumption of ef WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. forts becomes opportune. II. Swinebroail. J. E. .'Alex R. IJennv. J. H. Tcsey. It may be early In January. It may be late In spring, when the Influenia S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott. Directoit. epidemic Is finally conquered; hut whenever the time, the volunteer forces of the Food Administration. who led the people of Kentucky In sav ing the food whicn won the wnr, will Yes, Why Is It? he ready to lead them again III saving truth, 'Tliat Is part of my coulrlhii-tlo- n Said the fareitous fe!ler, "Why Is II the food which will save the world. to msklne the world safe for when n man pes to n liutilur shop democracy." and thus make victory complete. price of a chuck The Kood Administration wishes to nnd ienrni that t tnvolun-tnnl- y With the return of bread specially caution eery one that vo ro.it Is So cents u pound lie iillow hu mmd to rctert to to American tables following the re- - have no tucur to waste. I.lftinc of the iltvllj" Isxatlon of substitute regulations, restrictions does not mean that the thnurhts o the tlesh farmers of the country may eipect n supiJjr exceeds Uie demand; It moans, Iiidliinapolis SUr. scmewhat Increased supply of mill rather, that the Americnn people huvo feeds. The amount will be further proten their ability to limit their Trials All Have Vltue. enlarged by the recently Increased liMiiKP without compulsion. If the old Trials wlt'.ii'iit discover forces withpurchases of flour by the wasteful customs of ante-bellud.ijs in. Says Victor Hugo: "There are AdminIrtratlnn Grain Corioratlon for ojport. should he resortiM to, tbe pood Instincts for nil t'ie crises of life." ty of Hour rather than wheat throush six months of A deep nwnlens n flah of la now possible because of Increased w refill consecration would he over- Insight; a hitter opposition Fcts the oceau tonnage nvallublo since the sign come. Sujar Is obtainable In sufficient foul on lire; a prate js.d opens our quantities, but we have no surplus. ing of the armistice. ejes to hordes r.nd clmrlots of lire; a A third factor which Is ejpeclcd to Hut plenty, but wisely and without severe catastrophe evokes tt herotin Increase supplies of mill feeds Is the waste. of which the fiilfeier had not thought cancellation of the Sucar has been srlllnc nt an a erase hlnuelf capable. W, U WutklcMin. "milling extraction rule" which, as a wnr time of ten cents a pound. Had It not been measure, diverted into Hour a consider-- for tho rood Administration the price Hide proportion of the whent berry would hate been twice as high, to my tho least. Hence, on this score alone, uruiuamy used for feed. HARDLY All of these developments combined the Kood Administration has saved the are expected to Increase the mill feed IHwple of the United States more than , output fully nnd this extra Sl.VXU.OiX). feed should be mailable about the end We arc golnc to continue to sae( IVcomu-r- . of In presenting these facts tuo Food Administration warns fooil, but not for the Germans. We ngalnst excessive optimism over the will sate It for the eople from whom Terrible Suffering Frcm Headache, the Germans hate stolen all the food situation, since there will be a conSideache, BackacLe, and Weaktinued shortage of mill feed compared Ihey lmte hud for tho last four and a ness, Relieved by Cardui, pre-w- ar with Jears. The price of these half j tars. feeds Is being maintained by regula Says This Texas Ledy. Safe food reserves are the only Intlou at an artificially low level which obviously stimulates an abnormal de- - surance Ojralnst. food disasters. Conzalcs, Tex. Mrs. Minnie rhfl-Iot- ( wand, llrlelly, moro mill feeds are In of this rlace, writes: "Five years The past can never be undone, tho prospect uml they will be uvullnble fisid jou should have conserved will cso I was taken with a pala in my about the Christmas holldats, but th left elde. It was right unicr lay supply will be short of demnnd and never reach u hungry mouth. continued conservation Is necessary Ktt rib. It would commence with an The world needs more ecss. Keep ccMng anil cxtccd up Into my left To the children of Kentuck) and to the grown-uphonest hen ou tin; Job. too the Food Ad etcrj shoulder and on down Into my bacV. ministration sends the glud news that Iiy that time lao pain vouU bo to As a food control measure In Nor-they need not stint themselves on rrvero I would haTO to take to bed, Christmas randy. Santa Ola us, who wny to properly distribute the mall-ubl- e fat supply, producers are pro- Lzi Buffered usually about tbrco days was one of the most faithful soldiers In Mr, Hoover's food army, ufter being hibited from selling butter direct to ...I suffered this ray for three years, nnd vol to bo n mero skeleton nnd was decorated for various sacrificial serv- consumers. co weak I could hardly stand alono. ices, has received an honorable disWas not nhlo to eo nnywhero and had l''lsh sausnso Is being manufactured charge, and this year will devote his to let my bouts work co...I suffered entire time to making the world a In Sweden. Early In September lis I awful wltb a rs(n In my back and I pi nee for little children to live retail price averaged from M to 03 uau inu ucauacne an mo time, happy i just In. And if he decides the world must cents a pound. was unable to do a thing. My Ufa was a misery, my etomacU cot In nn hu tnada sweeter In order to bo hap I'rance Is now proiluclng about one awful condition, caused from taking pier, that la his business and nobody so mucU niedlcliio. I suffered bo much Fallon of milk where tuo and one-hal- f else's. were produced before the war. Milk I rain. I cad just about Riven up all . I ot our cetlInc aa'ibl" to be,P Horn than 773,000 tons of sugar baa been selllnK In for W nt were saved In the United States be- n ijuuri, out ine suptuy is iimucu ana Ono day a Birthday Almanac was tween July nnd December as a result Is burely enough for sk- - people and thrown la tar yard. After readies of the certification plan of th Pood the babies. Its testimonials I decided to try Car-du- l, and am so thankful that I did, Administration. This menus one bit- There are now only five million hogs for I lx can to Improve when on the lion, Ave hundred and fifty million I ImuiuIs, or fifteen and one-hal- f ouDda In Germany, as compared with twenty-seve- n second bottle... Icq; act cov a well flro and tho cure million before the war. Itut woman and feel saved by every man, woman and child has been permanent for It baa bcei lu the Uattcd States. Ktery man, there are none In Serbia nnd Toiand two years since my awful bad health. woman and child la Kentucky ran and rarts of Kelgluin and France, b i will alwaja praise and recommend cause the ueruiuns sti point to the fifteen and oiK-ua-tf tbtra all. CarduL" Try Caxdul today. B 7S pounds of sugar saved and aay wit Save futsl Louisville, Yfvt.k In Kentucky and doea mora than r,f. U'ltr rn the irurket today. ln tho .11 '4 f lettrt f rem usera lire cuntliK d wit rifrh. and that theimer of Nituri't Htmcrtf utt family mdicine,eTcn thoa th lie if hat u rl it for twenty-fir- e Jiart, uv.f Lu to Increaso tbo dune. My I no led? 3 of medic; no ard 'he of it uo In mv own (ami. and ami nR niy friends, before I iter Hi n-- It ftilb la for aale, raurd rao o bato Natun't Rtmtdy from tbo fcry brxt. And! now a I And myelf nrnrtnc the tsa when I mutt towto tho lnevltabla and j to- another life, my cratet pleasure 1 ti ait each day and read the letters that? j mall brine! from people as old or raider than I, who tell of bar 1115 tied Rature'c Rtirtdv for ten, fifteen and twenty jet ).'' and now they and their chlldrfn graodchddrca bare been benefltUd hjr 1L It Is a consollctf thought, my friends, for fmt: a man at my sgo to feel that his own tucccis, ono has dons aomethlnr? for his ft How man. Mr pre at est aatitfac-tloo- , ray greatest napplot-today, latbi no knowledge that tomprht luore than million iseople will take a MatnrVi BeaiWf (NKTablit) and will be better, healthier, happier neoplo for It. I hope jou will bo one of them. ntl THE NSTIONAL BANK $50,000. Surplus $30,000. IG. F! COULD STAND ALONE ,4-- .' St NEW FIRM TENNER'S WAREH o DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. The Central Record, Tuesday, Dec 24 1918. Memorials. j Our market will be represented by a full corps cf buyers, all of whom will be anxious for tobacco and bid freely on all grades. It has cost you a great deal to .raise this crop of careful in tobacco and you should business ing a man to sell it for you who knows knows how to get the most money for it. and We have been in the Warehouse business for the jast 25 years, we know our business and are in a position to pay you as much money for your as you can get anywhere.. All we ask a trial. Thanking you in advance for your patronage and trusting we may see you on our floor on ing day, we are, Yours very truly, 0 und likewise In perfect harmony wiln of that intelligence and virtue so estlio spirit of the age. Not only would sential to democracy and Christian cf institutlen meet the ap- citizenship. ExtentionOf The , Idea To this kind American soldiers returning a fullfillmer.t Thus we might bchXd proval of of the prophecy: WnJ Country Schools. to their native land with enlarged they shr.1l beat their swords into higher idcnl., but would plowshares nnd their spears vision Into Siato Super. nlTonl and (u Vi. 1 Chapman, n memorial useful In the high- prunlnghooks." r of Uursl Schools.) The sooner editors, ministers, bus. est' sense r.s well ns ornamental. I notice through the prrj that Much could be raid in support of incjs men, mechanics, farmers, doc.renlizo Lexington, Vadueah and numerous the conrolld.ited school ns nn unify- tors, lawyers and cities throughout the country contam- ing, vitalising nnd elevating inlluencc. the Importance nf these and similar inate the erections of auditoriums, It hns advanced, even in Kentucky, fundamental educational propositions memorial hoi's nm! other rdflces In far beyend the experimental stage. the sooner n rtal constructive eduen henor of those young men who ro Where the ronds nnd physical condi tionnl program ran be carried out ponded to their country's call and tions will Justify it, there are a hun- - The more we examine our educational particularly of our fallen heroes who dred nugumcnts for It nnd no valid conditions, the more fully we comprenevjs. Tv have made the supreme r acrifice In argument ngalnst it. In fact, there hend our educational liberty is none except, perhaps, that based on better wo understand these needs, the great war for world-wid- e is, narrowness, selfishnesj, or penurious-ness- . the more clearly defined becomes our This movement nnd democracy. Now, with the "jrorld safe foi educational policy. The more dedn-It- c in my Judgment, vjry commendable our educational policy, the more Indeed, nnd one which will receive democracy", with a prospective era in the hearty suppcrt of nil patriotic of peace and prosperity hitherto un- determined our efforts to Improve nn ' citizens. ' Ir. all ages men have built known, and above all with a spirit of tlie. more rffectUe our educnuoniii monuments in remembrance of their good fellowship nnd brotherly love in administration. Now, with this new dead nnd In commemoration of no- every heart, may we not hope that awakening. In the light of this new-daIn our history, with the lessons table achievements nnd remarkable these favorable conditions and wor lhlitoiic.il events. These memorials thy qualities will project themseles we have learned in the bitter school have at different reriods nnd nmong into such broad community coopcra- - jof Individual stUc and national ex peoples .issumed various Uion anil liberal provision for the de perience, let Kentuckinns nnd Ameridifferent lorms, sucn ns mausoleums, oociisks, vclopment of high types of American cans give more thought to the needed pillars, pyramids,' and statuary of manhood nnd womanhood as the most improvement of our public schools, marble .md granite, bronio nnd gold. optimistic might expect or the most study more closely the real conditions, nnd then lend a hand. SpeciIn' this extremely practical age, ambitious desire? Then I would heartily advocate the fically, right now, may we manifest when lesions of thrift nnd conservation arc to be Impressed upon young extension of this memorial project to our patriotism b agitating the memand old, it is appropriate nnd exped- the. building of bvtter schools in the orinl idea mid by advocating its inient to turn our minds to utilitarian country. If not practicable, for sev tension even unto the sacred pre PcopU eral districts to unite and form n con cincts of the ruial school. values. aid ommon-senc- e .may thus unite in honoring those to soltdnted school, let the isolated dis I.exingttn, Ky, Dec. 1918. whom honor Is due in giving tangible, trict, organize its own forces and con be-verselect- concrete expression to the giatitude, struct n modern school, K r iUucat tot st rot iticx jocck jucsnat enterprise, and patriotic fervor of n with ample room for home economics. his Classified Column community, and at the same time es- a sirall library, nnd a room for com Let it be n mem tablishing something of really intrin- munlty activities. sic v.ilue. Instead of wasting ma- orial to the neighbor boys who sacn RATESi terial of espechl value to the world (iced their lives on the altar of demo today by the accumulation of n mas-siv- c crncy and an inspiration to those who I Single Insertions lc n word rile of stone voiceless and vir-- I return from the field of carnage to No ad taken for less than t!0c tually useless save as a mere remind- - And that great Ideals for which they in this column. No nds in this tobac- it, we may by the erection "of a public avc fought so crystallised in the column charged. minds of their fathers and friends ns building, as proposed, simultnnously is co honor the dead nnd serve the living. to culminate in such a tangible ex Seven lnertions for the Being charged to rome extent with pression of loyalty and love price of live. Ih this connection another idea, j the supervision of the rural schools of t'hone orders must be paid am Indebted to Slits Alfor nnd bcin intensely open- i Kentucky, IIia niU'nnrKinn( nf .ntcr- -' len, which I Model High School, Uni promptly. I In niml of the j 5 life, I desire to make this Idea more versity of Kentucky, is indeed worthy The' federal eov- general in its rpplicntion. The mem- af consideration. KOP. SALE: Eight Jood Duroc of motor In our cities has rnmenf owns thousands orial hall propo-itio- n Call this office. suggested to me what seems a thor- trucks in France and distributed shouts. oughly feasible nnd certainly an ex among the many enntonments, S, A FOIt SALE: a good set of black cellent plan for honoring the brave T. C , and other military centers smith tools. Mrs. Porter YVcarren, Evidently boys of practically all counties in thj throughout the country. McCrcary, Ky. state, or even the nation. I assume ! thousands of these, used so effective' that. Judging from the number of ly the i ast year or two for transpor-casualtiHoarders by the Jay, WANTED: of mm, munitions, food and week or immth. Ahn and the number of ccun-'tatio- n scjved with if. ties, nearly every county has lost equipment, can bo dispensed Mrs. J. O. Hogie. from five to ten soldiers in the titanic after a few- months of ilemobiliza- Klve bushels of White WANTED strugglc of the past months many i tions. It is suggested that these of them more than this. Now let the motor trucks, with slight modification, Sweet Clover. Haled Straw for sjIc. Lan people of every county, or of the sev would make ideal transportation E. C. Cheatham, phone 382-eral "educational divisions" or school busses for conveying children to con- caster, Ky. FUOM THE GARRARD BANK & TRUST COMPANY. districts of the county, that has lost solidated school. A feasible scheme I A new Ilupir.ubilc cost $17.'0 one or more sons In the army or navy. could be worked out for the distribuNOTICE. unite in a liberal contribution of tut J tion of trucks among school districts. have ons like new for sale at $1Jj0, November Cth, 1918 ficient funds to erect n splendid counties or states, on the cooperative and will take in Kurd. G. C. Walker. You are undoubtedly aware that as an original subscriber to "memorial school" building for the plan of otherwise. bonds of the Fourth Liberty1 Loan you are for'the period of the This ontribution would be facil-iate- d adequate education of the youth of A good Blacksmith WANTED: War end for two years thereafter accorded an exemption from by reason of the fact that there In fact, the "memthe community. surtaxes, excess profits nnd War profits taxes on the interest nt Hubble. Splendid locution and orial" may honor the living and the has already been introduced In the good wages guaranteed. received after January 1, 1919 on an amount of 4 and 4 per cent bonds of the Liberty. Loans previously issued equal to dead. If cash is not otherwise avail- U. S. Senate by Senator Smith, of Will Murphy. 23.'Jt. one and one half times the amount of your original subscripable, it is further suggested that Lib- (ieorgia, a very elaborate and comto the Fourth Loan, but not exceeding a total of $43,000 tion among bill proposing erty Bonds will serve as excellent prehensive Ilooms for light FOIl KENT: of principal of such previous issues provided you still hold a collateral. other things to appropriate from the house-keepinproportionate amount of Fourth Liberty Loan Bonds (originnewly papered and proposed plan should be flex- National Government one hundred painted. Three acres of sod for ally subscribed format the date of your tax return. In other The words; such amount of bonds of the Fourth Loan must be reible enough to permit two or more millions of dollars, (? 100,000,000.) tobacco. . Will rent rooms and land tained In order to carry Hie exemption as to income from preadjoining districts, preferably four to aid the states in various forms of together or separately. vious issues. or five where practicable, to combine educational work. This fact is of great Importance to tax payers and should not U. M. Burgess. Paint Lick, Ky. This is particularly desirable as the and thus establish a modern consoli be overlooked. KOIt SALE: One Kord Truck, school. During the past de- greatest obstacle In the way of condated FEDERAL RESERVE BANK OF CLEVELAND, cade the consolidation of country solidation of district schools Is. the Just like new-- , been run 1430 miles, Fiical Afcnt of the United States. solid tires on rear and has 32x3 schools has been growing rapidly in lost of providing suitable transporta0x3 pneumatic on front. Never One district in Mason popularity, and such schools are now tion facilities. successfully conducted in forty-thre- e county recently paid four thousand had u puncture. This truck rarr.es of the forty-eigstates. These Jollnrs for motot trucks to convey 3000 pounds. Heuson for selling, I Historic English Homestead. I why, of Coursel of tlic- - tenant of Rlot- The liome-itentVhat Is that wlileli the postman, the buildings would not only servo for pupils to the "Washington Consoll-Iate- d want a larger truck. Will tuke good Leslie T. IlraJihaw School". With the large stan- note. tiry funn, brouilit to the liniamer at rlergjmuu, the fountains and the wild ordinary school purposes but would Phone 38t-(- l also become tha logical centers of the dard trucks of historic association Illroilncham recently, was the Imuxe In, heasin, all alike say? and Anne Hatha-- ' Letters, pruy. which Sliakespi-nrintellectual. Industrial, serial and thus utilized, we might see n literal way are said to hax,illghteJ theit, i,,t n pray, civic life of the entire community. i"i.vt'tlun of the implements of iX J fciTlliT troth according to the undent rite ol Let us t pray. Such a consummation is corsi'tent wnr'arc Int5 conservutors cf peace, 10 ncres on Hiclimonit p ke' nt Let us prey. "liandfnst." with ths best educational thought nr o ers of happiness, and buildcif. Uyattsville, Ky. Having said G acres in 2 acre lots nt $1000 each, providing I can sell the other five. Ihcse lots will be sold at the above named O price or will be sold with two room iiouse and kitchen on them for sum of $1500 per lot. Lots above men t'.oned to be purchased by colored people, therefore the balance of 1 ' acres will be sold to colored only In : acre lots nt the prices mention-- i 'I. Address SEUGT. J. W. IIEASI.EY, CARDS. J.J.Byrne Exclusive ' .w-- v -s iininmnisiar VUIUIIIGII 191. and 1 DANVILLE, - KENTUCKY. Opposite Cilcher Hotel. Offics Hours S to 12 to S p.m. We take pleasure announcing the opening of the DANVILLE TOBACCO MARKET, on Office at Itainry Lancaster. Or. Wm. D. Fryer, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. s Livery Stable Kvntticlty M. S. Monday, December 30tii, HATFIELD DENTIST Office over Tha Garrard Uan! 376. I'honei Offlca 5. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. J. A.Beazlev DIRECTOR Ofllre Cher National Hank. Heiidence I'houe 3. Olf.cn Phone LANCASTER. KY. '1 M. J. PATRICK, Dentist. Kentucky Paint Lick. Or. Printus Calli Walker Day or VETERINARIAN. Antwrrrd Promptly M:ht LANCASTER, Phon. 317 KENTUCKY FENNER & PITT Honaker FineJCut Flowers. John M. YOU HAVE TRIED THE REST NOW TRY THE BEST. McRoberts. W. A. WHEELER DENTIST LANCASTER. KENTUCKY Olllce over Slorm.s Drug Slot.. Hours 8 12 a.m. 1 A p.m. 7:3V9p.m. JOHN CO. WRITE LOUI VILLI, KY. 4 Ukaral sssartSMHI a ad full valias pals) far toat SUM ww BOOKKEEPING TVPRTR T NGiiwl But'niss.Phonoonphy Y0 ' VSw. u7n LBUITr. SMITH BUSINESS C0UE9E Vf I a lrawi.laisi tic IMNfif llMrUkr !a sTiirfaBtlU TELEGRAPHY LUminiLUl'li H. fcMITH.Lliillt. Uf. ' Farm For Sale. OtO69t WM - . m'' L The undersigntil hereDy g.ve warn ing to nil persons not to trespass upon our lands for any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all o 'lenders to the fullest extent ot the law. Hunt ers and fishermen especially take notice. .Mrs. Cora Phillips. H. U HlUn, Mrs. Kmma Daniels, U. L. Arnold. Mrs. Sarah J. P. lUeltlejt. Mrs. Kmtua Ilivgitibotkant, Edd and N. B. Irice. POSTED , BsssssssA ft '9 Y H S..C. lsly. .Z!5"5 IBB k.HIH LUIH m H m ;iu. net. v. a. a, o. Camp Kachary Taylor, Louisville, Ky. t. s. We have plenty of Good ' SCREENED NUT and BLOCK COAL FOR SALE HUDSON, LANCASTER, HUGHES PHONE 26. k FARNAU. KENTUCKY. tho Kiiirtlxtt reimrter giving tho baseM ball stole ni fwo-loC- c n fy.rtv-tintu- L rut reminds us that uo lesi a writer than Uitiiin j).ili ynce made n sMv rlous hlflader lij'tlvscrlUliig our national giinie. "TnV tatclnit" he tott, MEN and WOMEN. . to tiio uxtruonllniirlly good. esiK'clally tha long catche by" tsst Men and women, ages 10 to 45, blcadiers." Uostou TrnuHrlpt. who have finished eighth grade or lequitulcnt, are wanted, from each cuunty, for busiucis positions paying Chances f.r up to $123. u month, good. Experience NO"1 promotion necessary. We train you. Mail this Tonic v s. ail Si l a a. is i wmm r COUPON a callous of Ite DKAUGHO.VS Nashvilhi, Tenn. Box puullnrkmlqLiiown ZT ua a wo tutu, of Ctmit h 87. send particulars of your iHrlu rNltl, tttl. VCtTU proposition. Ou res ami uref nt eip--J, tiuiuvrim., ruui.ra. 'rUta or by uiall m.tuiM (Name) Hehres Caujht Napplnj. i!eferrln to our nnto about rvci-n- t $125. a (Month for ruitry lt rin in. asawsajSS. ' t 1 Address) mam r ufhw lAAjAAmaAjaAAab i ''lH'.t