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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): January 2, 1919 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1919 cen1919010201_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): January 2, 1919 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1919 $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. V- . AFTERNOON, J'ANUArtY vanisMntr . .. J9l9. Iusewiver, Ever Before -- NoV-r-More l V 4 .r ijsusuai.y we wait WMt&'am mm . . - - r ' fc."Ai!;e . cntcrtaliWWflJrSHi con ... ';? .Suylbo.1a ;m .!. fifcenU Tho cm? .i 'AT new Metho- vv nswior. m will take Mnnfo - rllst thurc i that, tlift. doctor cannot) bo idmlfilrtcrplace Ktzt Sunday, land ury Cth il flrst ami .the Christmas ce.llratlon 4UXL .1 tnliilc ' .' iV .cnderihib of Mis Gifihstesid. nt.tbo tno sUre c i Vlptf organ", will be afo&luct feature SVBstrfcen Mtrrrl. nnil Mc!oBor rtd w'fl nroVe an .iWATntjpir.-to'al- l ,. Dnig .StcVr .Kwigarlart K?teI- - rf V he attend. ladies' yellow jiilk ioplln hand bag. , Dr Morrison, whoVT famous the J vATltt'over as in rinhgolist, will riclurn to this office or ' tfs llzzfe Foley, lol 3 nt th! momma I ami .qveninjr iha U Alld'a.Wl '. : Wvrful Itm ....... cewnraiion Wort of The, handsome hemc'tSF Mr. IV B. Thomson, of J'roHfehorsvlllOf. cahin ntarnjefmr, ilenlroyed K.r Rtk1 last ' nrward" n,) - , Est' f--I' A Western hutomoti oi fclul no uerman pledged iUirUTbU' U- .tjtic A. Quetrterly Meeting. -- rooi The second- - Quarterly Meeting for on otlrtclvefi are quUc rondy to r.bsSiln the Conference year will be held nt jto'odt forall ((ermas-nin'd- e from' Jari-- , years, '.t!- r that time" w ihe Method"lst Chorch, Sunday, htU uary 6th. il require only goods Ky. trnat that tirff 14 Rev. W. V. Cropper, formerly pas irass.' In nt XtlfliHaalinrn. Vv. ami nf1- thft Sn'inclent day's If a man who present time (Jorfference jllisslonarr th4 tyrant Procruiites wa. too Secretary, Sunday morn "isiaway much Jong for tho "aparo b'ed! Prdcrute ing, l no sacram,ent or me .ory s " to piace ehim i hiTd hlnf cut down to fit It. It at this ;jn an, orphan. 111 t rfit.ato for President Wllson'that Supper Willbarad(ninUterQd ' servico. in moacrn umea.. Rev, C, II. Greer, tbe Prrsijing ht snt bed In thtf JFrcnch Elder. Will hold the. QuaKirly 'Uon the 'a wkaril ot i. .v.'tlau uehera tho nreitdent lodeed ferbnee Sunday afternoon and preach ngl)L KVbryooay inviiea lomese ilhtctioh which pnjVjSdtoo mert for pirn way ra- -i 5V DA Palmeter, Pastor, oul nna n"-services. Usly to her at-- piy ht&ao eV-n- ty lory evp tyear. .h - iwt vU-it- td .,! Iw counties.- wilC-tvac- lfle. ..'pir ' itaJ -- Mr. Q. M, Ly6rts, ono bt our op; leaves this week foi ..i:A' l$mto&td Ukq Charge of th fl,olSsJDhJwh!ch' he ows. IhcXCi your ccxtjday-- lt Ilrt tftlN ,Ahh.nWMiiufflbi3IEthiftv' linbllity With an agent uuit'a prompt. cows And Is getting IB oCnU'n (juartj for his, milk, and cah hnrdfy furnish . -T" 1 It used to be that Tjnsetplr thd demand. His mercantile business Eiiecc will be, in chargo of Mrs, Lyons and manufacturers were pt Hberty't foist. Tlfd Mnkohic Bills Lodeo elected Lv rankiy nduitered food stwrs onto tM Gillloy during bis absence. unsuspeqtln prohoMcwio, Tk4 Us Tbgftlar the ollpwinfc olTjcerj-a- t 'J duction of afew grad; election meeting alst Friday plght. wprthless nnd often in Wi AV Wheeler,. V. M., H. 8.. Hud- chnndlse gained such strides that tfce , son.SJ, yti, John M. Firra, J. W. ; P. H. HopkltraS. D.'j tl. C. Kouffman, J. Carrying a wound in his groins, re government stijiffed n "wiiA Fuira- - , 0. ceived" on.thb battle front In; France, Fpod legislation jtnd cMcked? It. r--"0. ; 'Ai T. 'Anderson, Tyler, kicnBy, Treasurer, Adolph Joseph but, otherwise looking tlTe plcUue of .Thls mcasaro ef.piofectlon arowd . . ... ... h. ' to th;:ltuf Jton and th ' lecrtary, " ni! neaim, atcrimg iterron surpnsea ti housewives parents' and friends by returning Jmportnpc?, df, ut,mSf t psrjty lii a home last Friday, on a. tbfrtir ' day ticks. of tabie.'w" An.d'as areatf,l' Jitiewiv j., sick leave from the hospital m New ei lUi iftAkfiSm yW.'B. C. Gahits hh opened n hvt set' hlfhef' . York. braSK"ft)tTic of hli Insurance bust-- ' JsWndf; Tk' Sterling enlisted itr. tho. Marines than theKaod jLs Acssri. danvllte. aniL'.taken in "as (wye eav wound in .October, fijdctnl and and. recelvefl-'hipa'rtswrs'jAlessrS James Mahan 'and, of to .a great iiilhtt We manufacture guh'bulIeU ironi a machine FmSlkXer. Jr.k- of; iho.t plac6. of products of an l&jri4n swtvnc. S. uur live wiira M&ple AVet, Thd. gcat pnajorkyv ot touwlv .ymnps jjjjppo-;o- j air. in tllnirurMice game and we predict hare. Bro6 evert larthr'aAd iimhit .im. . thawrittfetesyva $ V Lllco. t.baln Tjjsrerchat(( .pycrplae,,' J' 'l F viricers. Sterling Herrorn - At Home. Jflei froiot' -V - 'Insurance Firni. vm s stA'iy - Siij oiprlty' r uc' rjec'j((uincrjn toy in ana anoininp - ' 1 Residence And Building Lot av , Public Auction 4 , 'Soma men ion't aiplro toJitcome cver-inna- rat. the Ntttio'jl artat btcauio they fancy that great- (rIoiiure season. ntf Ijegeta enemies, ilettcr a plod- lOtjanta tlrto inirtier trt tho :.ar tha teiistlc , Ited' rut with a companion hero and ' lliin n tn)l'llm noi!ct.ll With a plu4.i cushion to sit on and instru ments of critical destruction aiming P.:v.?ftld f i irpmevery uirrcuon i your Know ledge warehdkse, think some. Ifut i - A Heavy' Pjorkeiv br ' 1a t1 vlh)B0 ks ' present rtlirie sac U gratltwdc. ovided-wll- few Year' rC id hc-V- res- - they are VHajcntear. nf R?lt5; t! io returning aghtot 1" uand '11 ".'V Many Seomingly" extravagant ator. les are going the rounds of trio press , Tho tocaJ, Reel Cross, Chapter has us to tholio.oi the meat bogs filled re.ee wed hotlce; thaVall knitting. Is t in various parts of tho state. While bo 4Ic6hlnued. All persons engag not wishing to claim the champion ed IrJ iRed Cross, knlttlng-wil- l plcaso ship, we believe that Garrard, as Jn tinisllwhatwork. thiy riowhavo in Well' out In jjfogress'.'-j.nd- ' everything' ebo, stands Jocal 'turn, same in-front in tKc. raising of hogs. We are heodlu'artcW. 1f poss'ibtB, n6tv; lalr this belief by the thanifeaturdav ilahuanr '4thfjC;Also It U only common to believe Urn strenKthened-fwhen a man prepares to snOozo Jut i "hog killing" at our countyman. Mr. return5 what unused ynrjt they Tiaveir. East killed a three thclnoisession. his days under the wheels of tho auc- - Daniel East cessful, or In the rut, he Is his own year old hog which weighed S20 enemy, and what are all tho bad pounds last Week, at tho same time Wishers In the world compared .to-- he killed three of, this hogs "pigs FrTends wijl regret to carnof tho each of which t(lt6dtho beam' beyond own enraltyt Berlout illness at My. Luther Herron, the 500 pound mark. . ponce,. "DO ia P'-- J Strongheart stands on the banks of Air. East who is a fancier anu OUT ground and smil- breeder ,of bloodedst'ock, raises ttie surf cfuVi at his home for ' tiro past his happy hunting with ocuto pains in the ingly Jopks Mpon the peoplo who have Dig Typo Poland Chfnn hogs, to formed tho United statca ol his couo which variety these enormous pork headland abound the right eye.' 31 try and raised Jt to tho laurel rank of ers belonged. These hogs Wore, bred vus.$ken to" the Hospital ht Lexingthe earthly nations. Ho aayH '"For-gir- o and reared by Mr. East pnd tho ton fast Tuesday moVningi. wfiero an will bei taken.. In 'aiiLeffort to raVwhlte brother; I thought you weights aro actual facts, ami not a WocaW thjo trub'to'if. possible1.,, duel to tak my country from my merp ,hid Jfofc notoriety. people: my gods from their otters'; AO my civilization, from Iff bariorUm;." 1 .51 Notice Ttf'Knitters Saturday, January lltk, 1919, At 2:30 P. M. " 'K ApSOHjTK: parity. This IS evMewcti Wrte lnn- dona and ever MtcieAtig- MwW $T ,' ' 1Calumot-BakInirrBst- ilta;! ill Ijuther Herrpn Sick xI two-yvcb- af Fronting about 500; feet on, poif lar Maplo AVcriuc, Lancaster,' .Ky., rebuilt, and altrnctlvo DWELLING law Jemnnds.'. Calmt and "NEW BARN,' 'i fhis.'thprDperty now owned ifiRiSis pure as Jt caa lwino psssesscs nppauuerasta a au'dfireeently. occupied by'Mrv John fillers no. impurities no .ikffe now. not ono Tlnrv. prop'ertiesi'of 'any sort; It is r. ' dftllar to- bo ,pcn to. Irnp'roVe 'ppsea of tjio ligh(sV(LwdejnliS;' pearance, convenient ,newiy painie nl.iVfrTil-'n- ai nn'rehes. fonccs lld'S Mtqtfed they remain P'uia. "'ifcojiJierf V new COMBINED barn th'aCvill house: ftnt which shows .that, "CaksmW VH, K 4 head of stock and. 1 Acre tobacco. way, beydnd, the measure-6- f writre-- , ' i ocrtl05 worrfi'sold out of this barn rjuIred.Va'lawi.,lJhatit&UWuie In this" year.. ,HoWctpsT4 IttllaaYes ng.BarmfuVje- HEM5MBEH,.'.luUaif.g lqts bn na slduiJ, assid mAny."pow4c that cont othcTistreetbSoIf higher dr more rjeai piy witn e purp jooa.ta.aara. xiw onuc, ftt&nuu bakincs produced' with Calrat Bak-?- " .. ' y' man Ttcro, t. a .reasfcn. ' V" ' Ing Powder ar obt bnly llit. fhiffy if 'Owin5r to tlt tiiiuial strcQt frdilt. 'and UatiVSkholcMitte and hearth- d'e,IluigMd hifp on, separatcsami iipi4ejfsu'j?;lsthcTi as a whole. 1 -1 - x ' x ' 'rfelWtkowsf ct wtAcsV ChnIV . Editors Enjoy Metiitr. aucaq n'rev lei mlnlstratwBftlw; owathifsiisfF treasw-.taattaJ,.. , . rt ' .1 'ill , fl iiocifltiont'Poalsme-WPt- ' r she wMa- tha MSTc ka I ?Tv fMWl r1 wtiek, mlH6d' the best ohc. held fOtj' fniiiTiliiia liiniTniminlil Iow could red man, Hear PreadbcrsviiiQ on. tho Lancaster. For Kentucky Durinr AtTl" iounta to about Unlearnt in science andunfit In arms, severnl yar.' Unequal in lo far An ususunl interesting program and' Crab Orchard juke, jiext Wedi ntqlllence have lifted his weak torn- - was gottsri up for tho occasion ahd 'hciday.Januiry 8th Pwjrtky" seven.' ahawk with enough power to crush strange to say, cvcry.onfe' on the pro epi'demlc to. moolaif rolft bdcinnlng wilebcsl'dfe cattle spd hogs, v " the fnoro savag'o 'tribes of "ich an,d gron was right on fcfs, job , jsHsrawLH or unw old U. S.f tho dos" that Was growing, .growing in T...1..A TAV,.- -, M'AC DlntViMH )mm " .V"V. J!WMI fc.lt.ly.. MM. Irifl'a'i rfot go home to the beer fields acro&a the "big brook. f9-- ' a a delightfuf tnlk ' Friday afternoon paBC oi wils, i&aue, l oia It will be Ah, mlno was' the .abdication yours and niado a .frfend of every member Office eiiWeM'jftaiat; 1910. There the abcension. . To what better hearts of the association. Y The business rlU or.thrjfts dould have left my c,oun houses of tho city gave n delightful 216: '. try". banquet, which is, always enjoyed 'py. n aaaita mf$ fssasa,aerai ;aar , erfo ..nslgnlfl thfc nungry' editors. The member ipu'i. liUAll'm!liir r it. it MMntvin aaallt lias van 49 on tno top . wore juests; pf thd Courier J?""1? JJ tVcKangro notiforKoUi?n, .ny their Siftillnt o HM(wUtslavrraarkaUy- excel- iHi of puifc notice. y, -On Thursddj' evening 'MlsafEnlma aou limes ior iwo noura. uu mac-dad'3jiif the CfiVistnlai'eaipit 0,3p.,ye8rstLa44' 260 "1732 $ntx coadttoflV94' jer cant comnare4r-iJtlckel cwwot. pass after whjch, an cjegant cojMWUon of 1S3 , Z8J ?Taay without his Has entertained In honor of Wiss luncheon was served In. .the bunil Lanbksteen trutlif lilly. boastlot.' thff 30ri0 ,y&twv,?IHa ladies most'acc'omdaafiniroffiee In' "lno state jn.KD'vffSrs'j jtildred Beatlesr. of Lancaster, wh 373. ' '79 u.iricfi' 42' Transylvania. Lexing rest rooiir of tho hulHingi Is a student ot 210, perfectly nftira) that ihey; r.Monager f the two splendid papera shwild Bo remembercu fall, compared jl52,.ll)wres. .uy .'.ineir I Over uoj years 306 ton. The dining room was decorated .421 H5 nugpes, wis uiu I ttlMt ''MMIKQnQ tiv holly and poInHttn and lighteu mt. KODenjiKin 'ar. 3 tl'io ujusilaIjv mild fiiji ,jyaatfier OF, a 124 lor p. irratc pf delight - f Scfrtptfbcr wuh red candles. The evening was host o.n this occasion' nnd. of cburw' . 2D A.n elaborate, made everyoJTe feel at home and Lfulr oranges sent them by Mr. and October lndtTd 9 pleasant one. 7185, 409.4 M or rooif crovSik aula-- . urved. The (rucsts hi pjiy tha't ha was .there. ' juur'i icosBsm mmkm com IiinrJirnn U' Mr William S. Embry, frqm Eustls, November ; S79f. 236ft . 43? t. : for. vJr iit. Joseph lloppcr, and Mls4' Al'theatcf DKrfy" was.iilven bv llio iHoridi). nnd n junbtr ot t UM ms W represent- - the rs mcreaKsu 'worn ac: jiKxtrea Tha. above Publjqty iLeogjie Jld the WV. , .Nancyc Katherino WCKinney. Mr, Joe I Convention ceWlfceVetarnO deaths mado fj ii.ohd .'thMrfksliij I I r 5. I j.. u . .1.7.1. ,1 1 vcnioyn,-- . T. Embry nnd Miss Jerin Taxton, Mr BureaW comna imior ikchmmmi 'slTUATk)X.''W,ikJK,Eb:" fcon Ilunley Cash and Miss Annie Van-jt- o most delightful BtwSfr. o?- - Jtealth. Af Weatfnd''t ttemart, S"4i'lllt nawlflW of Arrdale Craig, Mr. Holmon tt,nXi,a-g- r t isvWmj. total deaths .thero .win Employments wais.iiorlc; hold last 3Ujs Franlfia' Embry and Mr. Edwin '' i'"'--' V The' aees' 20 aid j iVrn 3firt5 . i ear; can give JlyWelfu'rn. Interior Journal Iposiitbn'fdr -K Ji cpuptie yriSre. ' C&unty Be- Ga.rf.rA i t aWirty and " " " i'i . ft k rf41& these, dssilik wheat is usually yalse4.riK .Wrao. Relatives hayo been. iTptifIcj; cf'j ceives SkfcrV thk year was'- in. 'maa intcfi- - aev- Industry, so death at airs, ueua xiewiana rcKSea'fliJajA o qr&l hn'drtid pef e'nt v5Wte?ikV C Raetwr. oighty-fiftyear of her 'Arnold. In the "stauid: .XStOfllTM. '; One of tho most beautiful recep- age at her Jiomi in Wjlhlta, an.sojs. Cesitri; tltiien'ryi all trade aBdiprpfwftJons, iieavy. wheal producing sbctloiis'?fi' Y,cslern Khtucky and the l '3le'--Gras- s tions held In Lancaster fior'somb time, Sha was buried at 'her, forrner'ivqrn0i 11. la Was j Within one-- given by the Woman'1 Peabqdy. Kansas besldo, h'jremalnji '' icSunties the ihtrrcuse'-rawteiMrvW-sA'FolTIqilv ''Tho B.odpndaGlo ICuaita" Ahd'AtM1- whi ch uerniarjy" is Club Friday afternoon, In honor of noiiiyng an Ked uross,;ampaigu. tor TisSs'.'i. then do we. underetAtfd'what ffropi Xumtlidf4 rchoWUUto bml PXQViJ Mk. Jnpoleor p'rico. jllss Alnrgaret o.f.her hutband -- Uio late Ilumhhrcy Beionu tVu extensivfiGahmfd: moii es far. slic must feel like tho Hlliott efefVcd thfe guests at' tho ArnSld. of J)cV copt over Iho'aiifage .sow3 jji tljut.na.mc, jhMol county family Old Wnmw vho lived in a Shoo. door rtnif ushertd' them inbJ n fhiry-Junioit, t standpoint, Fronj & Vobtjc-llTM Qmti,' Instinct would bo. to vera Botli Mh and. Mrs! Arnold "worOfoi Tlils'li Oarrard" Court typwvro(i oimfii The United State of benuty. flip wintor wheat hovWvet tMr'e hascvolv(J'ona ilia- jr, rjolow with the. lights. of rhapy-cgnr- . 'saeo.oOOMbJiiodifidiiby- - the- rhy ,tlrict;'xn-terl" U'"V TVP' IIVl yvplutffit in. trcpgo UuXfiaUs OOSr.Om- lng mjnaers . of.'. ,the . C&fstfunj j5an-A- n. al irtidi,f kViiI KrtHnrl Ihem nfl Il6indlv Alje4nnI thu ffstqqnZfeid' jvreatln of pared tp 4iJj3JJl.0Q0.ne.res. jowiu-lar -: ' of kentuc- - ufufcntimeht-!townra'5jhov6lr!,of- ) ihurch. icu nnd gmm broughtbftcl; to the the: Sjcph4 ,Rtf4 f?ro?s War Iscuse prcvontionFuWe .ipiritid ycilr, ac IncrOMfe of nearly ID par vh1pl,knowp jtytf. Mk Arndlii vaf SSJSMSWH"" f htottjJ. nil prc9)U, 'the hrdlpy Sfi old h&!4ni.Ihv'er' turned it liens. .Wibllc otfMiUmk : a..larcri cent, while Un "c"c4di6antn ,ths cedn-tr- y en flarhtkd as Jtyfld. TJh'is checlt htimorotlaMol Ktn'iii cjietr of 'tlays as A whole ts' 98,6 ipei; cojiV com- iyeWUer qi, tne, 40cai ihcasure," sioftat nn rpWTTu'bivnjS.J .'DjOC'a rierghrhf4 hp oyer iQ iblo daigtyVtho' Cfi4iier. ppreKH ten JwthH(irpn?ltl6n 'U'tUt" cSjti'panylnK f fi rrico. and (liis .family renigvciit to.Kan? onjfeokf tfp-- Tlipl .yhV received with nor tlnj, Ciiib forty-uv- o v thTs AwftMr, 3,Drt?aHnr, Of, Le" Mrs. U. go ..ay. n.nuv tistanrito H'eaUh JaJ ih:"Cro5s. Luf.88. pit eei'itf,' Iil4ent,.Mr. J.'JJ. tormus tatu M.ahtgcV bf tho'S&con'i fircos ftmlln a wniWt5Jaa..iiBver 1 ',J5je FWW.toro; tfloldjleft; n family. iof four' sdnjffnd fn;ton. Ja.aiiBfoXJmaifJy. tnojamo .as I'realH.ati. Mrs. W. Sofa rfnuhtersiall cjitnblUb fn liW. dt dn3 atftenffed, beMC,' ' . OriKiualiy. Hikhi.loB a'tontribU' uAItaiJ endeavor VlKbp: Wn th fafv oi ipir tary and Mrs. Errmm Kaulrnjnh, 5j.Jimpl'a find her. tia'ugfitefc.'Mlsa, aclf tfS&fiifo its ipridUon , exJlent, Another feature o( the Elizabeth Arnold visit Librarian. tkn rroni .KentufHy'bt. suvp,uou..uu1r opnslience J8r Jrt that showed, tliq vorld is at relatives sevcmtecrsi ll5f( 'Mrs, Ar-- our 6nal JTorure show that wo raisedj moagooa uint, inaturtaer pror $! per tenfc. Msjp p( wjOv betwiAsha' j)prth fail Kentucky is ruwn'HJ M,A,ii tliAn XV Vlill IHHI fill nnil r:nrl dellghtfvd bdffot luh- - nold Impresslii'gj pcacr , was the by Iter dtosja,l f health wdVlwtU be' Enhanced tritl counties and thpsa. t.he on? borderiugithtf -cheoii whioli not only appealed to the activity of mind and body for 'her hirfl County ove'rs'ubscrib'd her quota Voljl. Ohio river from toUtsV)lleVtfi Mays' rjyp-bu- t. It. consist- - age. to tha uppoUlB, y-- mtfre thUp T5 cent. Surely Already 'tho' th4 CKjr;' 9r, leave -' . jier ' ,?s . VIlj. tho' Aicmory ' of this accomplishment', Country. 8ttrfyt'apAneYsr,b.yd( tot everll rauntjtf, ouf Vn.tJlejl Of coffoe, chien "salad In a nest Mrs. Arnold's cjnly jurviifig Acreage of rvo .in tKo entire Unll. bUcult In btatt W .beaUii( apprebif and youj sharo In lr, will nlway bo such,Vnoral suiport havo tekert ftp relativei fH li .ecoBJT 1 atHw auuvven n t tu pa,i your e.ouroe,,!tnd "A thljiMjpMb Rebecca, IJUu(tnrid Mrs, Vlctrlu gratifying, tq you and your, iq fc wi ve op -- M'your old snafcrlM Wm.frvNH, sXW.U, During, tne at- - 'Andjrs6n, of Garrard' countyr jhuiy ers, I would like 0 Ki onrecoris reseutfch wprf being do() and 5,th( lirvo. u u.ivuiwu imwi., tjnysttfthat nMhlgIhaye plans for tftenslvV vso of Vry lOllf, an'd. I Msky - called to with ojqer reiauves unaw rvygnuors-ro-Himsaying cortt coimre, ta a , ton aora; M isjililii't is tho bride nd Maroft. Wjshlatf for nnarentlon tlw 1bt- her cordially aHd win regret over .ena(te4- J4Mr4tofrevKsa ,a- ,tli(j-l,ou.Bs- i .itr esura ihftt look fulU6 Is sfreanblr her passlnir. ieeline deen svninatbv forded'po, the e"hain ti8 WeW Umk wMhrth and, be W1U Crow Jijcaric-.d- ' itMtiea' f iV all. . d.uvoted brlL'hLl tUe mjly breft ' ,. ., , y-' :.itwf jt of Germans dead Presi ;MortaWy;epprt ,tir ignited l'ti;j!efMUi'i ment or Jvi nwniw lf' l A. )i rr r ,. Jt"i . i Hik5;6W s' : fnfto A4 iri" vRemembereal 15yaaA?'8 Hys Entertmsf - ,TJ1tt!.', f unHl" wT yn(t?'fuJ Jlli i4f'MM'"(i neary gifttf-Xroi- , !os-9n- e D,. and'.n(f H olty tFORiWKaStistics pii'SUto tM qpiAiS1 cj!t:t. nrnninj. lt Increased. .Ckptr belightfuiReception Ka4uky wU tat lK- Vonitest - Atltif . njc l' i d l'Vi - ' oufeblircd-JlOBciiuUre- st ft i has-be- nnlj-bellu- m ,fnim-.Which- ; 4i Ve ?:,EIllrtecr; .v ttM .flosion tlf djyleJ flluchfosce k ,Wt . 1 . ,rt fr Vi'ir tn . wMHsn yittad ' so. TUS hKfcyfte 1 op-ne- k ed.t'S -i n1- br fr eo4lji;fc - ir (esixotfully, Iron and , fr. of-s- o WiH 1.2fHi tt ' ii u j VT il.Cr-aa- y. .uidstfin, ir4 V MMt, Oamrd' Ml! -- Blo'fVPfflMcsW' Sevtfal ear . lad ot Number Qui . '' Sevais I 4. Akt i'cxWal far k, r GarriVd jkHii Jst caTvad. jf tJumboJ' One . WANTR-V- To eHftey. a wHaUa sAiao wWt Bi I - WbJt man.'Leav - Co. uMaa. tiww vp; i'" ' ?lfltHlllltllHtlltlllltlllttlMIIlllltllllllllin ictffntki, wis, vritre r.wipipr iodbj I)eane Marshalt had made n (rood ImpfMwtoB wpon Wvn Waters, f7 t'v Y 'i ,eled ho had. He was doubly anxious to' wto the govt grace ofter father, die Hon Rupert Waters, Judge, nml .present owiu;r c tlie Dally (fciitte. MhdMoii was a. Hvqly,. lUtle cHy,MH bfcaetcd two dally .)8 rifafcy Mitlne each ng'yyin'i "wsatwy-- bwtt e th way and iecaHy fefcr heat. JWton JMnVHi W the star reporter , . .. , iLj. . J .1 tli. il . B deemed an Jva, wMck ' territory. Danvcrs journalist. was a' .d.fn-ihewoo- l wIIo tWne a litcrc novice. Tlio latter was trlvtaj hard to hold Ills position, tin the Gazette and win abetter one. fori thnf meant' tlie Rood will Jwdgcnod pcrnmnl'Ut position flcarje-EJyu.- -The policy of Dunvcrs was obstructive nil litycpuVl t3 kecp.jpcniie from scorlnfe n scoop or 'gcttlltg'cvi-- hi .honest shiiro of the nevs. This wun exemplified one dny wlfetf both young rep6rters stood oti the platform ofn Junction. A polltl clan" of national fame win to "rea'cli thuro nt O.ti. m wnlt eight minutes for a. connection pud so on his way. Both 'reporters wereto pet n brief In terview within thnt precious four htm drcd and eighty seconds time. The Field cared little for the Item, as the politician was of a party antagonistic to Its principles. For the Gazette It would be quite a' feature. In his usual fresh way, and knowing the ropes and full of assurance. Dun vcrs got tho ear of the polltlclnu first Persistently he held his pJV by the aide of the annoyed functionary, simply wasting the time to keep Donne from getting in edgewise. So nettled wus Denne that ns the nest train pulled In lie Jumped aboard, deter mined If It took nil day lie would se cure that coveted Interview. At first the poltticinnYesented further Infringe ment on his time, but Denne felt that he was making the play of his life. "Sir. Ashton," he said, "my future ns a reporter and possibly my life's kap. Illness depend upon your Indulgence. I am going to appeal to the scntlnien tnl side of your broad human nature. Tou interest me," acknowledged the politician, and Donne told his The. politician smiled, whole Istory. spread himself, and, although it took eight Hours to make' connections, Denne cot back to Itusliton at dusk, chuckling over u Interview thnt was worthy of big headlines nnd told romethlng, ff tir fnn-"- l it -- 1 InO (Y WT H The Central HHHHHHviir hhhhhhV VaY.VaY.VaW HHHaHaHaHarL " - fr X i RecorjBF . , ""HHHaHaHaHaHaHaHaHHHaHaHaHaHJ' ''iHYaYaYaYaYaYaYaYaYaYaYaYaYaYaYaF-'.- . c I Than Wtr,eorr.t ' -- hi HH HH H l I H J I M 'I n . LtxaWis Trr,.L 1 Your CJstllfi.tlon end y. tm I . ' I M 1 Hl H H H 1 M A H k H S 1 H . 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Jack Roberta Alrn Hnll some nlio Mr Gilbert Sinms hn-- H hBhhhhhhhhhhhhhB nnd spending' .laavavavavavavavavavavavavavavavavaval mother, Mr Mrs. Stella spending the parents, Mr. an iwmr. gaafafafafafafafafafafafafal -- n Suits Coats, Dresses, Shoes, HOSIERY, UNDERW Eak, SWEATERS AND Mr. E. D.vCook" 1 1 case and ruUtcr dlshcartenedly. paced down the alley. Turning toward the main street as ho passed nu old un9 used barn lie paused. A groan, qulk, snnstnodlc, caught his hearing, lie cn , tcred the lower dismantled story- - He, flashed his electric torchabout, borne-thing glistened where a broken lad' der ran up a sidewalk. lludton, r THIS WILL BE AN INTERESTING SALE COMING AT THIS PARTICULAR TIME YET TO HAVE THE MOST OF OUR WINTER WEATHER. THIS SALE WHEN WE ARE Katl of pu and m. Tan DOES NOT MEAN THAT GOODS ARE GETTING CHEAPER BUT WE MUST CLEAN UP Iduy nftcmoot). jnmc.lS? T watchman ,s sure OUR STOCK: OF FALL AND WINTER MERCHANDISE. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Pn naven t iiv tErilwy,jat money;; and Mrs. Jnmes Parsons &tl NO GOODS LEAVE THE HOUSE UNPAID FOR DURING THE 5JALE. visited their parents, Mr. J3ennc reached the bank to Qnd )' it. F; Parsons, Sundny. CASH, TERMS WILL BE STRICTLY crowd gathered therebut that was no Mr. Virgil Tahkerslcy ls Htie present center of interest. The homo from Hamilton Ohio, 4nd wUHHhJ STORE WILL BE CLOSED FRIDAY JANUARY 3rdrTO PREPAREjFjOR SALE. emissaries of the law wero scouring enter llcrea Colleee to comnfeto h'u bHI the- district in every direction. Dan ven and his extras, provided with auEVERYONE INVITED AND DON'T FORGET THE DATE JANUARY 4th, TO JAlNf e('lucstlon His maqy friends wish him success. tomobiles, were following down clues, Deane got the primary facts of the tlARY 18th, INCLUSIVE. Lj-th- a -ana-man soon catch up with that," ruminated Deane and started for the central po-HccvoTIlce to find it deserted, "Why, Where's the crowd?" he In quired of the night clerk. "All off on the Fidelity bank case, The, what!" altered Deane, with n sinking heart. "Where you been asleep? All the force nnd three extras on the Field ore" working up the biggest bank rob' bery that ever 'happened In Itusliton. It wns Just at dark. A masked man overpowered the watchman at the Fidelity, grabbed a satchel with over f ponrsfl T rinn'r knmv wlint I hnvp losT of the usual local grist, but I can KNIT HEAD WEAR. DRESS GOODS, OUTING many other items which will be included in this sale. from the GiWon HosNta proviuc nicely nfter n Mtsecs Ijium Hitft, Nn VhVhVhI Ivatio.Tnnkeraley were tht truiutta of Mrs. Hclo Itoss Thu Mrs. Thcmai Hurt and cK wcro the week end guests of he cnts, Mr. and Jin. It K M.ss Tutnle AuciMT Charlie of rincvilIcjH ...... 4 V ...I i. .1. Hcdi ms Mrs. Jchn HnwUy turned to their hon several days- vl" nnd friends hero. avaaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBa Cremo Dalrv Fe thTaBaBaBaBaBaBaBaBaBaBaBaBaBH cor give mora iniK i rrHHHBHBHBl BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB 'HhhihhihI jihBhBhjI a(tr - I I rell - - I A " A --. FAMILY MQier s mmt, ' Eh LANCASTER, KNOCKS OUT PAIN business, DICKERSON Josephine Daile nmong the guests. 1 b Her Sys 1m K A H-- i satchel. At a glanco Deano tQok In tlie situation here was the thief and his booty Tho man, wounded, ha'd crawled Jiere Iionrs klnct. Hti lmd Just died. Any sentiment of help was useless. Denne became the astute cpgrter In tho presence of a, tretnendpus scooip. He thought quickly, lie exutulned satchel and clothing, lie took a flash- light Of man and environment He covered up Uie body with the ltt,y, he took the atcjiel with If im to tho ofllce nnd called up the homo of his chief. liehlnd guarded doom1 those two worked over Uie greatest newspaper triumph ever scored fn ltusbtou. Tlif thrilling story of the young reporter's gruesome discovery, (lie revelation. the identity of the bank robber, pic tures, diagrams with tlie political In terviewhere was such a puce rcaay for the public bb Itashton hud never seen before. About midnight Deane strolled down to police headquarters. Danyera was telUug of four columns ox clever the Fkld w(ild put out In Its nornlng Issue. Define Mulled. Then, t, s he went homeward, prouo, the calle grew to n grin, and ten u chuckle, tor ne xuew nwi im inornliur Uie world. wouM ksow eoaplete. t h UdaB4t UiMJ ft 1 uieo-rles" ceai-laren- Tlnn nirnln ho flashed the light. There, lying, face up nnd stiff upon tho hay, was it man, a gaping uo was wound In his throat At b KENTUCKY. Georgia L&ay, Kenrsiiif; BMck- Vratigbt. Keuet irsw ltw-cd- k, Malaria, CUk, Etc. Rlnggeld, 0.-- n' WTltee: THE FRST ROUND Comforting relief from pain makes Swan's tho Yorld,s Ainlment ' cousin Miss Inez Land Wednesday. Mrs. Cordelia Davis spent several Mrs. Iva Tcirtpr spent the holidayi days the past week wltti Mcsdames tin sirs, jostan .iicouney. John Land and RoberfNVhittaker. Mr. and Mrs. Dock Simpson wil This famous reUeSr of rheumatic Mixtd Feed, Pure wheat bran, sWneM, palalul aches. ovo to Richmond this week. torencM. nratna. nuralc!c nobs, ana Inert oil Imitl, Plmo mixad feed, Lamj CocoAnut Messrs Roy Sanders and John other extereal twinges that humaaky L(mo uatry irw, sugars from, enlovs !u creat soUl motored to Lexington," Sunday. lludton, ilughet" and Farnau. because it practically layer fails 'ita Mrs. Hobitrt TTeater was the guest I brbtg tpetiy, pomlorttnircltcf. Mr. and Mrs. Fratjk Land, Misses of Mrs. Lole Noel during the paslj Mways ready lor use, i takes mtie Sallle Lou Naylor, Inez Land, Messrs week, Howard Land and Herbert Naylor results. Clean, refrcihing.JVVt aJldru Mr. and Mrs, AIIenTeater wew were entertained by Mr, and Mrs. stores. A large bottle meant ecoaoty guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lucas Foster1 John Land at a 12 o'clock dinner on Sunday. ChrUtnias- Day, Mr. Earnest Teater returned t Mr, nnd Mrs. Otto Simpson of Dayton, Ohio, Sunday, after spending Teutersville entertained delightfully ' the holidays here. . wKh ajisjx Vcleck dinner on Tuesday Mr, and Mrs. Robert WhkUf jMPv? Rovers were laid for 20 were guests of Mrs. CerdeKa Davis at gwyta. After dinner a beautiful GUNN'S CHAPEL. Duckeyo Saturday niiiM. QMitmni tree and a vWt, from Santa Waster Daniel Noel ha been Mr. and Mrs. Robert WWt4kel OlMH were enjoyed, The. MImm Mr. Hugh Not was, In Madlso and children were gueets of Mrs MeMen and Mr, Hugh Noel were lie S. S, Friday night, Mr, and Mrs. Den Kurtz of Jlr. and Mrs. J, M. Amon were it) spent Christmas week here Lancaster, Saturday, with Mr. nnd Mrs. H. M. Kurtz. Mrs. Lcm Irvine spent the Ir. and Miss Salliq.Lou Naylor nnd Mr. plst week in Somerset, .. Xf 4l..t- Hn.l 1 vy vu uuu wit ' llKlUKl Mr lewis Murphy has moved to o.L.h, place. , Mrs. Jonlnh McCulley entertained With an etabornte I nner Sunday. irs. inose present wero air. nmt Frank Land, Mesdames Jdni Land and Iva Tenter, Misses Iva Hollon, Inez Land nnd Lunna Hollon'. , $125. a Vlonth for MEN and WOMEN. Men and women, Aires 1G . to 45. . who have finished eighth grade or its j coulvalcnt. nro wanted, from each I f .... .... Mrs, Cfcss. 0Meni a user or Thodrord'o in fact, oni r f01 mollclnea. Also la my mothera homo, when I cUlM. ot waa a chii fln rcn complained of Usadache, usually caused by constlnntlon. aha cave us . which would v a dose ot rectlfy the trouble. Often la ta Spring, we would bave sialarla 'and chills, or troubles or tn! HIbu, we would toko Hlack.Draueht.rr-tty;rular until tho liver r.cted Jtll.land we would coott be. up amMssuad It, aalu. T'o vould net lie for It certainly has saved w Uts of doctor bins, just a cose m we.cn- Draucbt vrnen not so well atvea a lot ot days in bcil." kjM beeo Tnedford'a la use for many'' yean Is tk treat.' went of Stoemclt. liver And bawsl of this place. uucu-uratwi- " Blaclc-Drnuiju- t. tiot Elack-Drau- . up to ,fl2B, a month. Chances Jo not folUg ju ,f promotion good. Experience NQT yeu will Butter froa such necessary. We train you. Mail thi: awe symptoms as aeasutene sees. ooDsiipauou. imii COUPON aad unless setnethlas laj may result. DRAUGHON'S NaihviHe, Tetm. Box trouMe TlKKHord'S MlAtlt. K 87, 8Mid particulars of your feuad a TUtavaie ' I tMuUea. K J Vr fyu few-- preiasW; war isbvb la a romK til " n LbW litis """"" 'Bjr"""M Ike liver leaa and Meansu . dutyi id lUea. - s. W . ' Try it. tM original a i. -- .' fer--f o Th,den traT BRADSHAW.MIL! lr Thursday, Jan 2, 1919 "S NOT YOUR HEART ITS YOUR KIDNEYS Idnair trouble. (Th Vldhtja r th rntat Important iTKitna lit the ti1r. Thar are the aiWra, tha purlflars, of jrour blood. KlAnay dluaxn la usually IrMlcatM by waarlncaa, altaplratne, rarvousnna, dla.M no rrpnftr nf fr mnlorKy ). Atorfav canli n( (lie Ilia ainiclfiiR b onla traced back to IMnfT backache, atomarh trou lolna and tower abdomen. a;rvel, rneumaium, scmuca, Sail luinraso. ,4'1 thfaa ilwaneennMa are nature I Mfaala to warn you that the kMnera I flM help. You nhoull una (K)I.I) f WKliAU llntlra Oil Capaulta Imim. diPon1wr t1, atonea,In l'ln dlately. Tha toothing-- , hfnrtnk oil the klilnrya. relieve Indammn-llonami drairqya the iterrha wlilrh hare rauaad 1U Vf not mil until tomorrow Go to your ilruirglat today ar.d Insist on OOLOl MHUAL Haarlem Oil Citpaule. In twanly-Iou- r honra you ahouM feci balth and vlKor returning Mtid will Meaa the day you II rat heard of OoI.D MHKAIi Haarlem Oil. After you reel that you have cured, youraelf, continue to take one or two capaulta each 1ajr, ao aa to keep It flrat.claaa condition and ward oft the ilanirrr of other attacKa. , Aak for the original Imported, OOLJJ Mi:iAL brand. Three attea. Money re funded If they do not help you. allm-ulabt- a a Let Scott SALE-TU- RN Do It. : ft If you)(are;gohirj to have a iT OVER TO SCOTT Mln Irene Bradkw h eemttfig' several days in Lancnitcr, Miss Mabel Prewltt was a welcome visitor of Miss Linda Saunders, on Thursday; Mr. and Mrs. Bill Sebastian were among tho guests nt their son, Virgil Sobniftlnn's Thursday. Missel Mablc Prewitt and Linda Saunders spent Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Arthur Sebastian. Mr. nml Mrs. Burton Saunders entertained quite a number of friends and relatives to n grand dinner, Wednesday, Mrs. N. L, Prewitt celebrated her forty-thir- d birthday Tuesday, December 23rd. Thoso present wore Mr. and Mrs. Letlia Sebastian and son Emmit, Mr. and Mrs. Morse Wheeler and daughter, Miss Tliclma, Mrs. S. N. Saunders hnd daughters, Nancy and Malinda, Mr. nnd Mrs. Arthur A delightful dinner waa Schnrtinn. served and nil had a grand time,. . LUM a I3I EJfc ALL KINDS. TOVE 0 l . GOOD KIND. and get the benefit of his IS years experience NO SALE TO SMALL AND NONE TO BIG FOR SCOTT. STUFFED DP Wmi xmtm, Builders 'Hardware.f'; 1 "A BAD COLD?. Get busy with a bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery, A. T. SCOTT, Lancaster, Ky. Garrard County's Leading Auctioneer. at onco iiervev CARTERSVILLE. wools i We Wish You A Happy ana jrrosperous New Year. fe OP LANCASTER, KY. J. J. WALKER, Vise Pre.t. B. F. HUDSON. President. JOE J. Walxek. Jh W. 0. P.IGNEY, Aie't Cash'r W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. Book-Keepe- r. Citizens National Bank ON ROLL OF HONOR. ail Baptist church lnctEStotraW Mrs. C. S. Roop last week. Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Robinson and Sunday. There wat a Haute eivwd il Mr. Charlie Anglln continues ill. E3L? clrlldrcn visited her brother, Mr. John attendance. Mr. J. T. Allen who has been sick Smith and family last Sunday. Constipation Emacipatlon Mr. and Mrs. C&SjRaep ' pnti a is nblo to be out ngain. No more lory bowels, yellow 'An the Mr. nnd Mrs: Andie Robinson and family reunion latcgttMay. sick Iicadache, indigestion, were, Miss Myrtle Carter visited Miss bnby visited her brother, Mr. Walker children and gran4-jwlUcmbarasslng breath, when you use as a present anU all corrective Dr. King's New Life Pills. Kstella Davis last Friday night, Bryant nnd family last Sunday; They systematize the system and keep Mrs. Eliza Conn visited her son, be world looking cheerful. Mr. ' and Mrs. Walker Bryant arc Mr. Clay Conn last Friday night rejoicing over the arrival of a fine Mr. nnd Mrs. C. S. Roop entertain igirl. The little one has been chris-- , Times of Life's Deep Emotions. If you lilt !hetrj?ar)MMft aim At crrtaln pcrlols of life xen live ed a number of friends last Sunday. tened Cora Jordan, little above It; every arVjw'that flies of, earth. years of emotion In n few works nnd i Is the attraction Mr. and Mrs. Felix Pennington and j The Rev. F. P. Bryant filled his look back on Uiom time- -. n on ureal children visited her parents Mr. and 'regular appointment at White Lick Kups between the old life ami the new. Thnckerny. n, lung's New Discovery helps to do the work! Intbmeu. irritated membranes arc soothed, the mucous phlegm loosened frccli and quiet, rcstiul sleep follows. All druggists have it. Sold since 1869 checking Coughs, colds and bronclibl attack) they arc all likely to result in clanger ous aftermaths unless checked in time. And how effectively nnd quickly Dr. PAINT LICK, KENTUCKY. BRYANTSVILLE BOURNE. fa JS'lna t craiicc rone. William Duncan wna visiting tlauchtcr. Mr. Irvine Blakcman ftlurlng the Christmas holidays. Mrs Tom Montgomery and chil- drcn of this place spent tho holidays with her brothers, Messrs Ike and dd N'oylor at Marksbury. Mr, Boss Montgomery and family 'of Stanford and Mrs. John Jackson of till place nte Christmas dinner with Ah Montgomery's sister, Mrs. Joe Mr. William Otho spent Sunday Mr. S. H. Speakc motored Mr. For to Buckeye, with his mother. itojjrooyne, est Curtis and family Kay's, to Rev. G. S. Coi.ant spent several her sister. Mrs. Her- - Wednesday to Mr. Hiram delight-fthe ramily reunion, where a daysjltt Cincinnati. 01 ul r n. g , I 1 S9 TIT dmtn.rvas Mirvcd, Mr. Charles Marsee is visiting his - o ' .uncan. THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. nnd family mot Monday, and family mospent the day. Mr. S. H. Speakc has hed the Mr. Wylie entertained quite a numto lose his last hog of thirty-tw- o ber friends at dinner Wednesday. head of hogs with the dreaded Miss Minn Coulter of Rosymoyne diseate, cholera. Mr. Forest .Curtis Ohio, is visitinjr relatives near hero. has also lost a number of his fat hogs Misses Elizabeth King nnd Julia with the same disease. with Lowry spent tho week-en- d friends at Wilmorc. Mis, learl Hoswcll returned from her home in Springfield whero she Mr..Floyd:urUa bought of Mtt W. unclean Sprinufield. M. Hendrcn his farm, price $185. per Mr. Floyd Curtis acre. Mr. Hendrcn bought two hun ored tp Lexington, drcd and forV acres near Danville, Mr. Ben Halccmb Ky, price 13. per acre. tored to Burin nnd tt TOBACCttr TO THE spent the hulidtjs. Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Davis enter tained a number of their 'friends, at a dining on Thursday. Miss Stella Mnc Grow was HJje week cm! iruest of .Miss Minnie Mm Robinson at Lancaster. Mr. Edwin Wylie is visiting his mother. Mr, Wylie has been work ing at Hamilton, Ohio. Private Bryan Ballard has returned Spending a six to Camp Wheckr-ufU- r d&y furlough with his mother. Mr. and Mrs. Forest Curtis spent Wednesday, Christmas day, with Mr, end Mrs. Hiram Rny at Buckeye. Mr. J. Uogan Ballard entertained a number of his Brynntsville friends ut a six oclock dinner Thursday. Mrs. Carl Curtis has returned frpm the St. Joseph Hospital in Lexington where she underwent cn operation. Mrs. Joe Marsee nnd daughter, Miss Aiidio Mae, .spent Christmas with Mr, and Mrs. Noah Marsee Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Dean and children spent die day m Nichnlnsvilb Sunday with his mother, Mrs Ella Demi. Mr. and Mrs. Cnlvln Hulett entertained Rev, Connnt and family and Mrs, Florence Ballard at dinner on Sunday. Mrs. Dick Burton and Mrs, Forest Curtis attended the funeral .of Mrs. Mary Dlckersou of Richmond, which was held nt Buckeye. The Bryantsvllle Graded and High School opened Monday December 30 with a large number present. There were three new pupils. Mr. Mike Kennedy who underwent a serious operation Saturday rft the DanvilteJlifiital, is getting along as Capital $50,000. A. R. Surplus $30,000. Prei't. S. DENKY. President' J. J R. Harris, E. STORM ES, Vice DENNY. Cashier. J. I..' Gill, LANCASTER TOBACCO W &REH0USE STANFORD STREET. Safety Deposit WE SOLICIT Boxes YOUR For Rent. BUSINESS. G. B. Swinebroad, 'Alex It. Denny. J. H. Posey. J. E. Stormes. S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott. Directors. if H DC 3C 11 IE 3L 3L li USED AUTOMOBILES. Now is the time;to buy and save money. We guarantee every'car we sell. 1018;Buick;Roadster' $1150.00 passenger 1015 Buick,3five 550.00 passenger 1916 Oakland,;flve 625.00 passenger 1016 Overland, five 600.00 Three 1017 Fords $400., $425.,. $4.50 SEE US AT ONCE. C. A. SPEITK CO., MGRS. We Pay the Highest Market Price and Uj V load, the Same Day. Danville Buick Go L, 0. CONN, ProprIJ4r, Street. 3 DiRviiW, KcntHcky. H cut ii n it 3C nlcely;Sfcoul(l'bo oxpejted. ' Mrarfil 8. Gilbert hiw returned frpm arttut, to her niiunaaj ur. un-b- ( Jfbimmtfa t, ww k statloncs AUtxtma. Dr. GiltxtiE wfcx Mt Wn so ill will return to Kntwy mocn Si he it able. NO COMMISSION WaoOise Phone 34 . CHARGE Resident The Central Record, Thursday,. Jan 2 1919. & 1 KHAKI COLUMN 3 2 M. S. S HATFIELD The following Interesting letter hag been received from Hugh Miller, n Lnncnstor boy, who t in DENTIST active service in France, and was Office over The Garrard Bank Phones Office 5. Retldence 376, written to his mothcrMrs. Dora Mil KENTUCKY, ler, of this city. LANCASTER, "My Dear Mother: Sunday again and I am still well I hope this letter will and happy. find yoU feeling as happy as myself, I suppose you have been patiently waiting for me to tell you more about my travels since I left New York, so I nm going to give you a little line on Office at Ratnev-'- i Llverv Stable. it now as the censoring has about Kentucky Lancaster. seen its finish and I can tell you more. well-know- n - Dr. Wm. D. Pryor, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. J.J.Byrne Exclusive Optometrist. DANVILLE, - KENTUCKY. Opposite Gilcher Hotel. Office Hours 8 to 12 and 1 to 5 p.m J. R. Beazlev MINERAL DIRECTOR Office Over National Dank. Residence 1'hone 3. Office I'hone 27 LANCASTER, KV. i - .1. HA I WILK. Sargeant Major J. Hugh Miller. 1 Dentist. The fifteenth of August we left r a. rr i i Camp Mills, Long Island, and loaded on the Steamship Saxon, In the Hud son River in N. Y. It was about 1 P. M. when we got on board the ship and about 3 P. M. the bunch (2200) got their first English feed. By the Day or way it was a British crew on the ship Answered Promptly at 5 P. M. we pulled down the Hud Night. Phone 317. son River to the Sound and remained JCACTCD VTVTIIrifV there until 1 P. M., the 16th, when Bewe kissed the States good-byfore it was dark we were out of 1 sight of land and for many days we could only see water, not even an Island until the 27th of August Clay's birthday I thought of It be Fine Cut Flowers. ing Clay's birthday and that is partly the way that I remembered it, altho M. I have kept a little diary for myself, We landed nt Liverpool England dur 8 ing the night of of August and W. A. WHEELER unloaded the morning of the 28th We were a tired bunch and were glad DENTIST to be back on land of come kind LANCASTER,. KENTUCKY, again. We passed through quite Office over Stormes Drug Store. portion of Liverpool going to the station, where we boarded a train for Hours -1 p.m. a.m. a rest camp. We pulled out of the station about eleven in the morning JMMlWHITEfcCO, and about two in the afternoon we stopped at Derby for coffee wo were Private M. E. Miller. on the train all day, passing through the suburbs of London and at dusk we arrived at Brookwood, England, passed through Epinal the afternoon where we detrained and hiked about of the 9th and believe me it certainly two miles to Stoney Castle Camp, is situated in a beautiful spot, right Pirbright, England, and that was on the Meuse river south of Toul, about 9 P. M. We had some mutton After we passed Epinal the weather BOOKKEEPING stew and then crawled in the hay kept getting colder nnd finally I Buslneis.Phonogriphy TYPEWRITING and we had to live in tents while we were jumped out of the box car that we TELEGRAPHY here and I almost froze to death. I were riding in and went back to a uitu Diiciurpc nni i rnc caught nn awful cold and didn't get flat car with a corporal and we tried -r I(1Uh ki. ainmilf . to find enough horse covers nnd horse iprUoc In mrentm rid of it until we came to France. Ita Pmldent hki The man that I bunked with part blankets to keep warm, but it was Imooac tan ana woma rnrinrnft. OsVEntftr now. WILUt'U tt. ftXlTll. Lexliifftoa. Uy of the time that I was in England is possible. We froze almost stiff. now dead. He died last month while About nine A. M. we landed at we were at the front in Alsace north of Toul we came over caused his death. the U. S. A. Railroad from Toul and He wasa fine man and his death was it looked good to sec American trainThe undersigned hereby give warn- mourned by all who knew him. He men but it looked strange to see them At in soldiers uniform. ing to all persons not to trespass upon haj been with us since about June dressed our lands for any purpose whatever and I knew him better than some of Andilly we had to unload nil our as we will prosecute all offenders to the men as he was a telegrapher in equipment and supplies in nbout two the fullest extent of the law. Hunt- civil life and naturally we were to inches of mud and you should have seen how muddy we all were. This ers and fishermen especially take gether more. Well, I better continue my story of was the morning of November 11th. notice. At noon the Armistice took effect R. L. Elkin, the travels. Mrs. Cora Phillips, While I was outside of London I and when the guns stopped roaring Mrs. Emma Daniels, had a days leave and the honor of vis- - it teemed as tho a bad storm had R. L. Arnold. itimr the second largest city of the blown over. Everyone was happy Mrs. Sarah J. P. Hockley, . world, which I told you in my lettter and the men began to spread rumors Mrs. Emma Higglnbotham, Some town, would right away abroad when we would from England. Edd and N. D. Price. like to be in London for a couple of leave for the States. S. C. Rigsby. From Anvilly wo enmo to where weeks before we return, but I know we are now located, at Lucey, France. there will be no chance. Holmes Caught Napping. This was the muddiest place you We left the Stoney Castle Camp Referring to our rceeat noto about tho EuglUIi reporter giving tho base- the morning of Sept. 2, for Brook-woo- ever saw in your life when we first where we boarded the train for landed but the soldiers huvo changed u correspondball score as ent reminds us Unit no less u' writer South Hampton, England, enroute to the looks of it considerable now. .than Connit Doylti once mude a cu- South Hampton wo passed through a The inhabitants have been making rious blander In describing our nation- - number of nice towns. We arrived wine and champagne and they ditch 1 game. "The catching, he wrote, at South Hampton about 1 P. M. and all tho waste in the street Oh how good. (.fined to mo extraordinarily loafed around for a couple of hours rotten it smelt around here. Hnllv thu Inni? rntrhp hv tho We are not such a great distance and then loaded onto the "Marguer rs." Boston Trauscrlnt. ite" a French boat. It was an old side from Verdun nnd a number of ofHampton ficers have been up there to look at wheeler. Wo left South about supper time and crossed tho the ruins and If thero is any possible English Channel during the night and chance I am going to go up there too. It would be worth a lot of money to some time before I was awake we Poultry Tonic at Lellavre, France. We un- see a town like Verdun us there is loaded about eight in the morning where tho worse fighting has been .. . . and hiked to n rest camp In the su- done in this war. 1 f The country up around there is lib a Mo tutlla of (VH burbs of Lallavrc, where we cleaned itw rM)ff lie.fr. -- steam bare as all th buildings have been me auu urarenia rAbej. our clothes and took a good bath. We left Lellavre ut midnight blown to piece's and the stone has ruf mail uuiDaui. Sept. 0 for parts unknown. On the been used for the roads. uxittlrm. This Is about all that I can tell you train all day the Cth and we passed MIM.lUIUtM.U. the suburbs of Paris late in (about my travels without making u ers. 3. Printus Walker In passing through of members of the Do you 401th Telegraph Batallion. remember of me speaking of transferring to that Batallion at Camp Dodge last winter? Just think they have been In Paris since enrly Inst summer and had I transferred to them ns Sgt, 1st Class, I would have been in Paris all this time. Well we were on the train all night the Cth going south from Paris. Some time before noon of the 7th we are rived at a little town in the Department, (same as our state) of Cate D'orr. The name of the toun From there we hiked was Poullenay. straight up hill for nbout three or four miles and you should have seen the sweat roll off us poor boys. The town where we billeted was Flavigny, Colo D'Orr, France. It was the town from where I wrote you the first letter in France and spoke nbout the good bed that I had nt the Hotel. Some bed too I have not had one as good since. We remained at Flavigny for one week exactly nnd then we boarded n train for parts unknown ngain. On the morning of Sept. lGth, (Sunday) we arrived at Hericourt, France, a pretty good town nnd rcmnincd there until Oct. 5th. We moved from Hericourt to Brcfor by car. We were not in Brefort, we were n short ways from there, at dark we started to hike toward the front and nt about II P. M., we were to our headquarters behind the line in Alsnce. We were off French soil and on the soil conquered by the Germans in 1870- 71 and which they held for forty years or more. c remained on that front for quite a while, many of the boys winning medals for themselves, but Hugh didn't get one, neither did I receive any wound stripes, but I am as well satisfied. After arriving on this front we were assigned to the Seventh Corps, of the Second Army. Well we left ) that front November 4th, for the rear' we went to Bclfort and remained there for a week, during which time we had life very easy. On Sunday November 9th, we rose at 2:30 A. M. nnd boarded train for Toul. We the afternoon. I saw a number IT IS ONLY IN THE LOUISVILLE COURIER-JOURNA- L one-hors- That You Can Read About THE PARIS PEACE CONFERENCE, as covered by the great Associated Press, The New York Timet' special cable nnd wireless service, and Arthur B. Krock, The Editorial Manager, tent to Parit nt a special staff correspondent. CONGRESS AND NATIONAL POLITICS, covered nt Washington by Associated Prett and by Tom Wallace, an Associate Editor of The Courier-Journaand Morton M. Milford, staff Courier-Journal's l, NEWS OF AMERICA AND THE WORLD, covered by Associated Press and an army of special representatives. 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Send or bring your subscription and remittance at once to the office of THE CENTRAL RECORD, LANCASTER, KENTUCKY book out of this letter but when I re turn I can tell you much more. I am going to write Elmer again to night and tell him where I am and if he will tell me where he is I will go and see him as I think they will let me away to do so. Mother, I have seen nothing worth while sending you for a Christmas present, but if I get a chance to go into Lucey or Toul I will get some thing for you. We are not permitted to visit these two cities but I may possibly get to go in anyway1. I wish you, CIny, Uncle Mat, Uncle Charlie, Aunt Bessie, Lillie and her folks, Sallic and her folks, all the neighbors nnd nil the other Lancaster people a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. With bushels of love and oodles of kisses, I remain, Your loving son, Hugh." Sergt. Major James II. Miller, Hq. Det 17C, Infantry Brigade, American Ex. Forces, A. P. O. 79D, rrof L Two Smalll Farms For, Sale. FARM NO. 1. Having decided to go South, I wish to sell privately a fine land, farm of about 80 acres of a nice home of 5 rooms, hall, porch, cellar and orchard, and all necessary outbuildings. Also a good tenant house with orchard and some improvements. This farm is located on two of the best pikes in the county, about 4 miles from Danville, 8 miles from well-improve- d, An-vill- y, POSTED Broncho-Pneumon- Stanford. FARM NO. 2 Of about 60 acres of land near Milledgeville, with a very' nice home of four rooms and tome improvements. Located on a good pike. Will sell at a bargain. Would be glad to thow to any prospective ' buyer. Call on France. d, "Two-lovo,- " Influenza? La Grippe? is just what every Bufierer of Influenza or la grippe needs now. It covers the rough inflamed throat with a soothing healing coating, clears away the mucus, stops the tickling and coughing, cases the tightness and bronchial wheezing. Day and night keep 6. A. Dinwiddle, Moreland, Ky. Or brother at Junction City or Stanford, Kentucky. Foley's Honey and Tar W. 0. RICNEY. Funeral Lancaster, 12 Gals. ..I-v-- Director and - Embalmer ril I Foley's HoneyTAr handy. It gives ease and com-fo- rt from the very first dose. Buy it Now, STORMES DRUG STORE. Office Phone 18. 5-- Ken th.-ou- I 1 U V It. K The Central Record, Thursday, Jan 2, 1919. iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiie: TRUE BLUE By WARREN LEE BARTON. Welsh &' Wiseman Go's. Illllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllli- 1 "BABY DOLL" ........) - Dy PERCIVAL MARSH. CCuprtlfbt, lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllmllr; WIN. Wnliti Nrw..tr In Ion.) iuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiirl (CopjrrljUt, IBIS, WVil.rn .Ntiripiptr L'olua.) "How you feeling now, Roger?" "Snug a n hue In it rugl" "Meblie wnil licit forget digging gold niul ilte Imck for home, hey?" woulil laugh nt in. No, I'll In' nil rlnlit In n ilny or two uml well slrlke n fresh trail, see?" Thus spoke linger Small, rich man's sonnf Chesterton, fifty mile illMnnt, to his fides Arhntes, Zeb Wall. They were In nn old Imrn nml, lying on a heap uf liny nml covered to the cliln with n ragged horse blanket, Roger, with mottled fnce, watched his cliiim nml nuniH luiMtlo nliout. Tlio In Hit linil set iit light r Ho linil n small kerosene stove, n skillet nml n few other kitchen nccesKorlcs, n package of t. cerrnl, n liottli' of milk nml nn olil This win ronxtiintly simmering on tlu little oil limner nml piu1 out nn nromntlc Ktcnm. "Von o, you've got the measles," Mild Zeb, "ami nil you enn do for It Is to lie still nml keep warm, so I borrowed tin- - lilnnkct without asking, nml as to tho warm drinks you've got to linve there's lonils of pennyroyal In the fields nml Hint's tho ten you're getting, I found n letter with n regit-Inuml a spcclul delivery stump u It nml nit them off uml sold them for ten cents mid hoiiRht the cereal." "Oh, Zeh I The letter wns Intended fir some one." "Course It wns. It's nddrosM-t- l In a womun uml some one dropiml It foro It wns mailed. I'll hunt her up and deliver It." "Vnu're n true Idue one. nln't your voiced HoRcr In grateful admiration. "1 try to he. Vim would run nwny from home and, ImWiik none notelf. I wns Rind to Jujn ou. Now yi.u're sick, think I'd drop ..u?" Just then there w. sounds of Jolly . I tulf a dozen Juvenltc olres hoys leered In rutlm. v. "It's the two - v, c heiird ulxiul i mining away fellerfrom !! inw," tpokp their lender. "Keep out! ThU U H hospital Just now," wnrmtl Z'ti. "What do you mount" wan Inquired. "Jint whut I sny. My chum's down with the measles tel I'm nursing Id in," uml Zili went ouNdo with the ''Kvc-rjlwdhouo-kceplng. ten-por oitt-.de; Clea ranee Sale NOW GOING ON OUR BIG CLEARANCE SALE OF ALL STRICTLY WINTER GOODS THRU-Ou1 HE STORE IS NOW IN FULL SWING, OFFERING MANY LINES OF MOST DESIRABLE AND SEASONABLE MERCHAN DISE AWAY BELOW PRESENT T MARKET VALUE. WE ARE DETERMINED TO MAKE A COMPLETE CLEARANCE OF ALL READY-TO-WEAGARMENTS, WHICH WILL BE OFFERED REGARDLESS OF ' COST OR FORMER SELLING PRICES. . R THERE NEVER WAS A BETTER OPPORTUNITY TO SECURE A NEW COAT, SUIT, DRESS OR HAT AT SO LOW A COST. THE SALE WILL CONTINUE TEN DAYS. NO LAY-ASIDES. NO APPROLALS. NO RETURNS group, l A I "lluli t" muttered ono of them, "He's lucky Don't have to go to school. WUh't I had his sickness." You do?" cliiillengH j&.u his eye RhtenliiR. "bMik here, uny of you oiii mixhius in .nidi the measles 'you 'Vm't Ji to ro to K'hool can Ciiuoduted ut ten cents per. All Rot to do Is to puy a dime, come sit by my chum for nu hour or and afore n day or so you'll hreak most beautifully." Zeh InURheil ut his own conceit, hut thoughtful. At the hoys went noon two of tin ti n .. . i d with an Mr of mystery end twenty cents between them. "Say," observed one of them, sheepishly, "we'll take twenty cents' worth of your mvnslcs between us." "That's business," said , and saw tliem seated beside his patient and proceeded down town to buy some delicacies for his Invalid chum. Howuver Infection did not occur and the wouhMio victims missed the opportunity of nn anticipated vucatlon, but the story cot out. Miss Inn Illalr, schoolteacher, lenrned of the Incident. "I never henrd of Mich diabolism!" sho told nn assistant, This Zeh Walls must bo a horrible wretch. I shall sco that ho mid his chum lenvo town at once." She wns pretty us ti picture mid Ren tie as a iluve, hut for a day or two hud been laboring under disappointment uml cluiRrln. Kour dnys previous a certain shy, but ndorlnR yuuuR mnn had whlsjwrod tn her nt u tennis party that ho Intended sendlliR her a very Important letter next day, uml It hud not come. Zeb, making a fresh Infusion of o tea, wus challenged frum tho bnrn by u young Indy wuvIur her punisol nt him. "Come here, jou young reprobate I" Mm culled. "Are you tho wretch who has been trying to srutter un epidemic of disease through the town?" "No'm," dlscutcd Zeb, "I've Just been trying to keep my chum, Itxger Small, comfortable," "Well, you must move on uml leave here, or I'll have thu authorities after you. I u in Miss Illalr, the schooltench-er- , nnd I must protect my charges." "Oh, suyl" nlfruptly ejaculuted Zeh, "I've got something for you," uml ho hauled out the letter from which he hud clipped tho stamps. Miss Illalr examined It with trembling lingers. Hho rend tho Inclosuro "Vou dear boy I" sho cried, nlmost hugging him. "Tell mu where you got It." "I found It," explained Zeh. "Wus It stealing, taking thu Mumps? Then I guess I'd steal for tho liest friend I ever lmd, Itoger Small." JIUs Illalr ltd him on to tell nil about his strange doings, tracing lu hi 3 fidelity a fervor that showed u veritable diamond lu the rough, u'After all, only friendship mid lore couut for much," slio said, und forthwith aw to It. umld her Joy over tho letter, that tho two wayfurew wore comfortably housed, the father of Itoger tent for, and sho so pleaded for loy. al, loving eh with tho latter that he decided to tuke Zeb and mako something of him. And Mln Ina Illalr was glad of all of this, for how her future wight hate bevn marred bad the lostVetter nertr . been found I d out-sld- ALL DRESSES AT CLEARANCE PRICES. Wo still have n choice assortment of street, afternoon ami eveniiiK dresses in Serge, Jersey, Satin and Georgette Crepe, all of which will be offered :tt less than cost of material alone. Serge Dresses at $9.50 to $29.50 Satin Dresses, at $13.50 to $35.00 Crepe do Chene Dresses, at $16.75 to $25.00 Georgette Dresses, at $22.50 to $35.00 ALL WAISTS AT REDUCED PRICES. TAILORED SUIT CLEARANCE We offer during this sale unrestricted choice of our entire line of latest style Tailored Suits for Women and Misses, at absurdedly low prices to effect a quick clearance. 50 Tailored Suits, choice now at $14.50 50 Tailored Suits, choice now at $19.75 38 Tailored Suits, choice now at $25.00 29 Tailored Suits, at $29.50 to $45.00 ALL COATS AT REDUCED PRICES Every Coat in our stock now goes at a big cut in prices. $15.00 Misses' Wool Coats, now $9.75 $i9.7G Wool Velour Coats, now $12.50 $22.50 Wool Velour Coats, now $14.75 $25.00 Pom Pom Coats, now $16.75 $19175 $29.50 Velour Coats, now $35.00 Plush Coats, now $22.50$39.50 to $45.00 Coats, now, ,.$29.50 ALL FINER COATS AT BIG REDUCTIONS. . When Hornco Ilarr announced to his three spinster sisters that ho had at Inst accumulated ten thousand dollars and that It was safo In bank, the solacing complacency filled their souls that they would never hnvo to starve. Ho had gone Into buying grain from nearby farmers nnd had inado money fnst, storing his purchases and shipping to the city nlwnys on n rising market. When one day he entered the houso and slapped down on tho table, a pack-ag- o of legal looking documents, with gloating unction remarking, "Tliero arc the title deeds to house nnd lot, free nnd clear," nil hands smiled with delight, for they knew that a permanent root was assured. "Going to the city to buy nn automobile," ho announced somewhat later. "We're going to take all tho good out of' life wo enn get." About u week later tliero enmo u telegram to tho elder sister. It read: "Homo Tuesday afternoon by new nuto. Also a wife," nnd the flutter this Information caused kept the three astounded and supenseful sisters on tantalizing hooks through forty-eighours. They were kindly of heart, though hnvlng narrow notions In some respects. Horace had been n good brother and they hoped ho had made a suitable tholce of a helpmeet. She enme and the sisters stared. They had never seen greater beauty. 1'ln.uant, petite, ever smiling, It could fint be In tho heart ot nny one In tho world to resist her. She dazzled thrr-with her pretty ways. As the three sisters were nlone Hortense said with a sigh: "She loves Horace, that sure. She creots her new home nsa palace. She has no relatives, Horai says, so there will bo no divided Interfering Interests. Only Ave express It." "Speak them, Hortense ' ,HT-- v Muriel. "She Is a baby doll," nndtbat settled conviction seemed unanimous. "Dne thing," spoke Rose, a week later, "Nettn Is no gadder. She loves his home." "Ves," echoed Muriel, "and her devotion to Horace Is almost pathetic" 'And did you ever see such fancy work as sho is capable of doing?" supplemented Hortense, and, when tho latter complimented .Nettn on this the next day, the latter said modHor-tens- e, "j " V p V fen-tu- re Our present stock of Crepe de Chene and Georgette Waists is heavier than usual for this season and are now offered at prices for quick clearance. $7:.r0 to $8.95 Waists, reduced to $5.95 $G.50 to $G.75 Waists, reduced to $4.95 $5.0.0 to 0.00 Waistss reduced to $3.95 $15.50 to $3.95 Waists, reduced to $2.95 ALL SEPARATE SKIRTS AND RAINCOATS AT REDUCED PRICES. , - Childrens Coats MILLINERY CLEARANCE Hats now at Worth several times these prices. and Dresses, 13 Reduction CLEARANCE WOMEN'S SHOES. Closing out all broken and discontiuncd lines at $2.95, $3.95, $5.95 "I ought to know something In that line, for I spent three years ns an apYou see, urtlflclul flower prentice. trade," 'mnking "Tradei" mildly Hortense echoed the Jarring word. "Well, it Is scarcely u profession, Is It?" smiled Netta sweetly. "I'ou sec, when your brother first met me I had become forewoman In a dllllnery supply house. They sny I hod become nn expert, so'If ever dear Horace has business reverses wo havo something to full buck upon." The reverses came. A shrewd, none too scrupulous grain buyer nppeared besi n rival In the field and Horace un -' cun to Ipso trade. He maU9 some. n. si lucky purchases, 6UrpiUS Ol l- estly: 11 v $1.00 to $5.00 CLEARANCE SALE PRICES on all Table Linens, Towels, Sheets, Sheetings, Blankets, Comforts, Silks, Dress Goods, Underwear, Corsets, Lace Curtains, Rugs and Linoleums. t Welsh & Wiseman Go. DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. MARKSBUKY time in February. No action of the church has been taken yet. Mr. John Sutton has moved from his "billet" into his splendid new His sister, Miss Sue, beresidence. ing somewhat of n natural architect nuule tho plans for tho new building. Miss Margaret Doty broke the record in attendance ut Sunday School, of class No. 1, only having missed one .Sunday during the year nnd then sho A providentially was hindered. prize has been awarded to her for her sulendld efforts und faithfulness. Dyed to Order. Artificial coloring of goldfish by keeping them In wuter containing certain chemicals Is extensively curried on In Goldfish Mr. John Swopo and family have moved to Danville. Hcv. nnd Mrs. J. V. Malum spent Thursday with relatives nt Hurjiin. Mr. nnd Mrs. Iko N'aylor entertain ed u number of their friends at un ki;iint dinner Xmus day. Miss Delia Hico Hughes of Lan caster, has returned home after n scvenil days visit t,o her aunt, Mis Suo Sutton. .Mrs. It. S. Clark desires to thank Mr. It. A. Kilhon died hut Sunday tho friends and neighbors who were so kind during tho illness and death nfter n long illness. His suffering nt, times were intense, but he died in n liur mother. tho triumphs of faith. He leaves Mr. Morto Pollard und family havo several children to 'mourn' his loss. farm, Mr. MY. Jop KUlion, nnd Misses Lena und moved to tho Hazclden Itoherts and family to tho premises Susie Killion were living with hint recently purclinred of Joo Pollard und cared for him during his illness. Rtd, Sapling, AMU. and Wlilta He wns buried in tho cemetery at iwttl clovar taadi Timothy, Red top, Uuckeyo Monduy, Ky, Ulua Grata and Orchard Grata. Hudion, Hughas and Farnau. Civil War Medical History. Tbu medical history of our Civil war Hev. J, W. Mahan recently ofTered comprises six volumes, whoso preparahis resignation beforo tho church at tion covered a period ot twenty-eigh- t a Sunday meeting to take elTect some years from tho tivl of tho wur. Sicily. On a Commercial Basis, fienilil gave his grandmother a llttlo gift for her birthday, nnd sho said: "Well, you uro u good lad; I shall glvo you u nickel for yourself," to which tho llttlo chap replied, "Hut, grandma, tho present cost 15 cents." "I Confirmation. N'o woman Is reully satisfied wlct ! compliments her mirror pnjs hci inloss they are reiterated by somt 'inf. Itoston Transcript. Original "Gag Rule." "Gng rule" wns u phraso applied to n resolution passed by congress In s of ull May, 183(1, that iwililims. inoinorliils. resolutions, nroiv. osltlons or pnjiers relating lu nny way to tho subject or slavery or tno uuon-tlo- n of slavery should lie on tho tubio u'dlimit helnir nrlnfed or referred. The rule wus ubolMicd u few years later. three-fourth- i Two Great Levers. The greatest results In life uro usually attained by simple means anc Some Tables Priceless. tho exercise of ordinary qualities Tliero Is u tremendous demand today Theso may for tho most part b or old luahoguuy or'ouk tables. If summed lu theo two common senst hero uro iiuy historic ussoclatlons und perseverance. IVltham. to these tallies they bring fabu-ou- s prices. There uro plenty of s In tho country possessing real c Remembered Mother's Answer, Interest, but none of them Is In Llttlo Harry one day asked his mother who uiuilo tho trees and was told he least likely at tho moment to corns Tho table on that God mudo them. A few days later 'ii the open market. uu old colored niiiu cume to trim tho ililtli Napoleon signed his abdication trees and the little fellow, seeing him any bo said to bo priceless. In Uiig. Is uiatwguuy table which at work, ran to his mother und ex- and tierosays u was washed up on tho claimed: "Oh, mamma, God's out In mention oust ot Cluro after the wreck of the tbo yard repairing his trees I" ' ifiuulsh urniuda. ta-lebis-orl- and sell the automobile.. Then heTifld. a serious breakdown. tisLi-alr-'l "Sisters," said Netta one day, show our time has come for us to mettle. I want you, Hortense, to go to We city tomorrow to help ma biy some stock. I am going to start Into tho artificial flower business In a mod-wnv. I know tho line. I know tho trade, nnd I know further that Inside of n week you three can become experts with all your quick Ideas aud , Industry and nlftlness." So Netta took Hortense with her to tho city und spent a week studying the market. She bad somo money of her own and she Invested it unhesltntlng-ly- . Sho purchased ribbons und sheets of silk, nnd satin and other fabrics used In making pretty florul counterfeits. She bought dies, and wlro and tools. Ry tho end of two weeks the big parlors were transformed Into busy work rooms. System and order prevailed. A thorough business woman Nettu had an Immediate outlet for her Horace, recuperating, murwares. mured over his uselessncss. "Ready to work?" questioned Netta brightly. "Very well. First, you shall help pack and ship. Then you shall keep the books. Then, dear, as soon as wo aro well started. Instead ot selling to tho Jobbers you shall bo our traveling talesman. We will work up direct clients ot our own and make a double profit. Why, tho business wlll bo Ideal." "Uow cozy It has been, and fiW nice," sold Hortense ono day, a year later. Tho mortgage, had been paid oft and they had. a bow automobile Tha busloeeaw and money In bank. had crown so that work rooms dwn-r- . i Mir mfcta, town were necessary und Horaee sufely feeling Ids way; slowly, into ins oiu uusinrss. t, "Horace," said Uoi brother ono day, "I did ous wrong when she us." "Nobody has dlacevi declared Horace good-"- I railed her a baby "Meaning pretty lula not? Sweet name, Isn't, would feel flattere . about It, Don't, let t! Iwt rest on your She went to i night crying f iwnd all tn U st . tie later he had to mortgage thillbao l- aK. wu. ' .if- - UK; ' slaHMi riaBv 1 jJHr .1 h, The Central Record, UIMMtHMI Thurday.an 2. 1919 A Happy New Year 4k 199 HON- THIS SEASON REMINDS US OF OUR PASY YEAR'S DEALINGS AND ASSOCIATIONS WITH YOU, WAY, AND IN A WAY OF FRIENDSHIP. IN A BUSINESS WE ARE REMINDED OF YOUR GENEROUS AND COURTEOUS SUPPORT OF OUR BEST EFFORTS TO DEAL ORABLY WITH YOU, AND TO PLEASE YOU, AND WE ARE VERY CONSCIOUS OF OUR GRATITUDE. WE WISH YOU A HAPPY NEW YEAR, AND EVERY SUBSTANTIAL SATISFACTION ' YEAR, AND ALL THE YEARS AHEAD, CAN OFFER. OF LIFE WHICH THE NEW Lo&an CLOTHING. The Central Record $1.50 a Year. in Adrance. W Anderson Brothers FURNISHINGS. SHOES. Truth Above All. Is the secret of eloquence and The Difference. Doing easily what others find Is talent; doing what Is for talent Is genius. Amlel. dlfll-nit Everything for Men, Young Men and Boys. Uyta Weekly. JVPyablo the news and wield the pen. Every patriotic citizen should enlist for the service he can best perform. Certainly all will take a stand for giving these Kentuckian? a chance. of virtue, tin basis of moral authority; It Is the highest summit of art and ol life. Amlel. Truth JPJOBINSON, The'Once Over. Approved by Experience. Life Is .t book. Head It carefully, eastern clergyman says that for you can only read It once. Uoston An the Post Office in Lan-kissing Is n relic of the dark ages. Transcript. toSter, Ky., as Second-Clas- s Mail Here wc are fairly started on There are many customs that come V Matter.: ages eating, for from the 1919. The salutation of "Hap- down St. Loul dark German Title of Honor. one. "Von" before a name In (Srnnnn deiibcr'Ken,tucky Press Association py New Year" has just ceased notes n privilege title, either Inherited 1 and ringing in your ears, and your Knife vi. Wife. or bestowed hv n monarch Uon his began tho almost phil- subject for meritorious services. While "Most men," New Year's resolutions are all osopher, "uru aware that It Is bud man- formerly this prefix wns found In milintm ur i ouucai nnnuunccmcniii made and in order. ners to cat with their knife, but lots of tary or feudal families only, many Perhaps you have made up them nlso forget that It Is sometimes commoners, captains of Industry, sciFor Prtciwct and City Offices.. $5.00 10.00 your mind to be more kindly good policy to eat with their wife." entists, financier nnd artists were so 'For "County Offices honored by their monarch. The title f For State and District Offices.. 15.00 this year; perhaps you have deIs either hereditary or ceases with tho .10 .,'For Calls, per line Paymaster for the Party. termined to be more economidentil of the distinguished person. For Cards, per lino .10 As an Inducement In Cecil, aged four, cal ; maybe on the contrary you to attend Sunday school for the first f For nil publications in the interFarmhouses Modernized. have resolved to be more gen- time, she was allowed-t- carry the pen est of individuals or expresAs farmhouses become adapted sion of individual viewsper erous; possibly more indus- n es to he put Into the collection en the taste of the women' who ore, to In vel.pe. When the class monitor came 10 trious. line . around the teacher and tho rest of the so many caes. taking over their manObituaries, per line .05 -. These, whatever they may class were very much amused to hear agement. It Is found that many of the old Institutions of bo, are the individual good her say In her most dignified tones, the parlor, the many the .farmhouse the small rooms, "Here, girls, I will pay the fares." qualities which you wish to Lancaster, Ky., January 2,1919 dark halls are disappearing. Partitions are torn nut to make spacious gairj. But there is one quality living rooms; porches added, nnd Answer Letters Promptly. which we shall every one of us Punctuality Is as important In social everything Is arranged are the utmost for In a report on Christmas need very much through 1919., and business correspondence as It Is In convenience of the housekeeper who Day, it was stated by the Inpersonal conduct. Men and women In Is nlso tender of the fields. Exchange. and that is patience. spector and Examiner that in the Importance of We have just come to the business learnas soon as received. reply Ing to letters For his examination of the KentucAerial Compasses. end of a great, war, for which mal social notes such as ln Itatlons, ky Illiteracy Commission, he we have all Many borne deprivations wedding announcements or death In the dlflleultles had to be overcome production of u satisfactory found more than 100,000 illitnat- notices should lie acknowledged as compass for aerial work. Chief unions soon as received and even friendly let erates had been taught during and made sacrifices, and urally we are all very anxious ters demand a reply within a week att- - these was that of neutralizing the mag' the past five years, leaving to see (nnd In particular ,h,,r receipt. If true courtesy is ob- - nrtlsm of the engine of preventing tho the conditions of peace thu magneto) nnd about 1 00,000 tq.hr taugKt be- - roirnrnrl nvnntlv mo hnv non,! irrcu. ""W . effect of centrifugal force, which s Caused tho card or dial Inside the to be Little Thlnos Cause Sunshine. IndeThp aim set by Kentucky to In to But this will be a matter of The sunshine of life Is mnde up of pendent swingnorthn direction quite when the airplane of wioft out illiteracy before the time. It has taken time and very little beams that are bright nil was rfauklng on n turn. However, a iO census is taken must be the time. To give up something, when truly excellent compass Is now In use. infinite effort to prepare the prevent accomplished. While it may country for war, and life will giving up willpersisting unhnpplness; to yield, when and mem a gigantic task to teach not lapse into its old lines in a fret others; to go a littlewill chaferath around PAINT LICK er than come against another; to take 100,000 in one year to read and moment. nn III look or it cross word quietly, School will begin bore Jan. write it will, in fact be easier It will take time to bring our rather than resent or return It these with a full faculty this time. 0th than it was in the pioneer stag- army home. It will nro the ways in which clouds and take time storms aro Mr. W. P. Rogers es of the movement to teach the and n for inflated war prices to go and steady kept off, secured. pleasant Tom Kogers are all illnnd Jack nnd Alkln. sunshine with flu. first 100,000. Public sentiment down to normal level. There .Miss Cleonc McWhorter hns about is now solidly behind the will have to be slow readjust Like to Be an Alligator? recovered from an uttack of the flu movement, belter methods of ment Alligators have tn tie. fed on meal of every kind, Mr. nnd Mrs. I). A. Hervcy kpent teaching adults have been some chnnge in wages, possibly but Ihey need no food from Septemand this ber 1 to May 1, for that Is their hiber- Xmas day with Mr. nnd Mrs. ficorgo worked out, and a more com- cannot bo hurried. nating do not plete organization has been continue to conserve We must at all. season, when theyare used eat mown, near Ijipcnstor' Alligator skin for food for Mr. nnd Mrs. H. M. Lear entertain- bujlt up, and the fact that 192.0 starving Europe bags, purses, belts, until the next making covers,Miltciises. thn cushion etc.. and is near and Kentucky's troth and cd at dinner Tuosday in honor of .Mr rank harvest. There will be a Vic bones nre made Into cuff link, paper and .Mrs. livid Lear and family. Will then bo fixed for another tory loan, for our men must be Knives, Whistles nnd ninny tunm of Cremo Dairy feed will make your Jewelry It has fi powerful decade ps hitherto until the cheap said tlmt,nnd ornaments. fjorlda cow give more milk. been the (ntg of stimulus. army is completely mustered receives more than a million dollars' S Hudson, Hughes and Frn;u. ypar from trade In alligators. If 10,000 teachers should) out. There will be lervices moriiiim mid each teach ten the task wotfid' The problems of tho governevening- Sunday the 5th, tit HiC Ohm-tinColor of Paints. Church by tho l'nitor, Urothor soon be done. Many teachers ment will bo many and serious T..0 color of paint Is sometimes more Oowlin, in Kentucky have taught twice and we must not expect impos- than n matter of apneimce. or three times that many dur- sibilities. Lteui. Johti Wilson is here with faoro rfoiTlly nlisorus heut than ft light bbd7 luid lit certain cases tho homo folks, ho having been mustered ing the past few years. If the Now shall we all resolve to putut ferns o bo pref- out of XV10 service, nt Camp i, citizens would divide the task meet these conditions with tlie erable. U tho dark for this reason. S. C. Ho will leave Monday with' the teachers, and 10,000 utmost patience? All in favor Transrft.mcr burnouts, In hot climates for Chicago to rcsumo his law studies. hrC Venorteil to hnvn Ten nonnrenttv citizens, men and women, signify by Itobc'rt Arnold Jr., spent scvcrul saying Aye. Con- ttuo to tho continuous high atmospheric would each tench it wouJd trary same sign. Resolution tcnperntures. With this bent the day with homo folks, last week. Hebe dond, Tho war has reveal- carried unanimously. further heating from tho load has prov- is expecting to bo transferred to Pened excessive and damngo has resulted Uicoln, Florida, to tho Aviation ed the hrinilteiip of illiteracy Patience shall be our Watch- that might have been avoided with School, in the near future. and the need, of moonlight word for 1919. different painting. Mr. C. C; Clark who recently purschools. Thoi five thousand chased the K. C. McWhorter farm, Scots All Lover of Doge. soldiers taugh,t at Camp Taylor came down Friday and made arrangeScotland a great Wheels. as well as th 95,000 men and "So ono Oiling, "th to let another per country, yet Is loves tho dog; gives lilm ments for the coming year. Mr, It can tifiord Uoyd Coldirln will'occupy tho house ls women taught in the ion exceed In politeness, and there, Is bin due la life and reveres him in and tobacco' land. opd in their homes nothlnfr tn tho world that will oil tho death. At tho eastlo In Kdluburgh Miss Stella McWhorter was. trken there Is of will bo missionaries who will wheels TryUfa like tho lubricant of cour-tos- tho dogs n little plot of ground where to thf Gibson Hospitul ia Hichmond, Scottish soldiers In your dally life and sec. flbspel of every- No one willIt chldo you tor not being In burled; It of thocharming spot, and are Friday, where fche underwent nn spread the ts u on body's duty t(o learn to read tood form, even If you should slip lu a many llttlo 'tombstones there are ten- operation for appendicitis. At tho few obsolete terms. For in this busy der tribute to departed friends. la present time she Is in a serious and write. age each ono Is un urblter of fiuhlon front of Saint Giles cathedral la Iho but her many friend) hope for "will A sweeping campaign himself. It would bo a refreshing thins same noble city, there Is a monument her a ipeedy ccovery. to a llttlo ckyo terrier, and upon It, be conducted during 1919 to to lntroduco a few of tho stone, Sevoral ear loads of Number One mak$ fffv Kentucky's illiterates, variety of social amenities ut least It carved lu refused an Inscription to Hobto leave tho church would be refreshing to tho elders of ble, who a Happy New tome of the boy aud girls of the one yard whero his master was burled, and Block Coal Just received. N Garrard Milling Co. died upon hi grove. they can read Local Editor nnd Mgr. ,iVcdat Jfm, Editor. K f.-f- if - 1919 COURIER JOURNAL t. S5.00 Please let us send in your Subscription. I it I McRoberts Drug Store. air ..eorge - rule ror tlie attainment of old age: "I have aimed nt health and happiness, nnd hen con-- , . .....i; ... .. ..... . -- I. 1. -, .....inK inn, in mi nnmiiii n ; u noi, nun under It;, nnu 11 nn inrsp maneuvers riilled I have' been content to lie down In Its grnte- rul !mde, lauding It as a beautiful blessing In disguise." im i.i s goi.i. n n-- Over'"no Obstacle. I Valuable New Metal. white metal, jililrh Uke limit .lMi and holds It on .n,l to the ntmosnhrn. A C on t m Dee. iHiwi'H,pti 111 fill niitiv fit 1nun111.11 un, zinc nnu copper, mis covered by a patent. mrj, coin-pas- Nero's Golden Palace. , ........ fc. i wh- - im.nce 01 , "in-ninwi the valley between the Palatine and Ks qulllne. and connected the palaces of! no Time for ThaL tin. fii.nm ..in. i... her moth-fir- e Maecenas. It was built after the great i Knt,l,r n "'"V """''"K ,,'0,"t" ,ur '' would of 01 A. I)., and was so hire thnt'.,T' T5'1"? ' break. Itetweeti sobs ahe said that a It mnl.iln.ul .....il. ntmi '"''.dog hn.l friEhtened her Her mother, T,: seum now stands. The forecourt con-- ..',"5. V, .,V"' ,,or n,t,n,,,'n. n!J. ....... tnlncd n colossus of Nero YM feet high. have?" niii.i in H mil urn rim Knthrjn robbed. "Do you H'pose I stopped to look ut bis talir Pleasant OIJ Aoe. blessings nre these that the What Do Your Own Thinking. soul having served Its time, so to You can't speak. In the campaigns of desire nnd man of tval become a mini of mark, a achievement, so long as ambition, rivalry nnd hatred, and all you are bat nn echo of other thu passions, Miouhl llo In Its own' You can't iiosslhly progress people. as vou " III11IITT1IU I .. ..... Mllll tIM fills iltlinuu.riiii rviuikt .... . ..... Mioum in your chosen f, work. For should dwell niKirt. li me.si. If It has , . hlC!i..t Mlpr..M demands . 11'. nn'--. in store any of what I may rail he nt.rt, lnk iur food of s tidy ..ml philosophy, imtlilng ,hnkl..g K the opposite can , plensanler than nn old age of j V1,,.(I bjr ,,,,,, of (his. as,, re- -uilelsurc-hxcha- nge. jntImi of 0lcr IKH,,lIo.B uu.aHm ' Monasttrlet. The monasteries once thickly stretvir throughout Kughtlid and much of were cnlWtl nbbej, from being ruled by nbbots-i-o- r ahbats from nl.bns, Syrian for "father" as those governed iiy n prmr were cullc priories. ! '..r' . 1 ." I ... ,,.,,,, - a2ol d Bll Demand Quality 3r1t3E E3ME D - - IN - n HARDWARE. With prices high as they are, it is poor business judgment to accept anything but the very BEST. Cheap hardware NOW is hardly worth carrying home. stock We carry a strictly high-clas- s of all kinds of Hardware, and guarantee your money's worth on every purchase. OUR QUALITY GOODS PROTECT THE PURCHASER; Wads-wortl- fiv, sheep-growin- g moon-lightschoo- y. con-diti- oi -- Conn Brothers. DC Yeatfckich aJLall, LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. 3t mmm The Central Record, Thursday, Jan 2 1919 EECONSTicTJCTIO n This being a period of reconstruction, we $re Using this plan in our business methods and we are making preparation to clean out all stocks of merchandise and to reconstruct them. For this reason we are offering some, wonderful values in a great many different lines. We direct your attention especially to the wonderful values we are offering in 1 1 COATS, SUITS, DRESSES and CHILDRENS GARMENTS. which are being sold considerable below market values as we are anxious to reduce these stocks. In piece goods both woolen and cotton we are offering many good values. Our prices on shoes will surprise and satisfy. 1 CP J The Joseph Mercantile Company . THE ONE PRICE STORE. WHO GUARANTEES SATISFACTION. Mr. Ulp Tcrrill who is on the U. Mu's Emma Doty, and father, .Mr. in S. S. Michigan, is visiting friends Jesse Doty spent the week-enRichmond with his daughter, Mrs. E. iiere. !n. Smith. .Mr. Owen Hcndrcn leaves Tuesday Mrs. J. J. Pursley and baby, Jack, to continue his studies at the UniJr., of Louisville are with her parents, versity of Illinois. Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Sanders on DanMrs. C. C. Simmons of Richmond ville street. is the guest of her sister, .Mrs. Luln Mr. Will Rice Anion spent the holi- Johnson this week. . days with his parents, Dr. and Mrs. Miss Ella Mae Bourne was the atJ. A. Anion, returning to his school tractive visitor of relatives in Danwork Monday. ville during the holidays. Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Hibbnrd .ire Friends are yery glad indeed to receiving congratulations since the Mrs. J. Randolph Harris out again nrrival of a fine boy at their home, see after an illness of several weeks. Cn Hamilton Avenue. Mr. Robert Arnold of Minneapolis, Mr. and Mrs. Creed Simp3on left Minn., was with his aunt, Mrs. Lula C. Monday for Danville where Mr. SimpJohnson for a visit the last week. son holds a good position with the Danville Tobacco Warehouse. Mrs. Harvey Estis and little son, cf Georgetown, have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Mount, Mr. nnd Mi and Mrs. S. H. Estes and family. Mrs. T. M. Wilson and Miss Joan Mount spent Monday in Stanford Prof. J. W. Cook has returned to with 'Mr. Hnrve McRoberts and fam- - his school nt Stearns, Ky., after the holidays in Lancaster. j. Virginia Lucile Cromer Little Miss Misses Janie Williams and Evelyn of East Bernstadt, has returned Phelps spent the week end with home home, after spending the holidays folks in London and East Bernstadt. Mrs. Mary with- - her , Lutz. Major and .Mrs. R. E. Turlcy of Fortress Monroe. Va have been tin. Miss Lillic .loi'os has retained from guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. a delightful visit with her sister, Mrs. W. Elmore,. W. B. Bradshaw, in Decatur, Illinois, and relatives in Chicago, and LouisMiss Ellen Turner has returned ville. home after a delightful visit to Mr. and Mrs. Walter Turner of India .Misses Charlotte and Christine napolis, Indiana. Pollitt, of Falmouth, arrived Sundny for a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Wesley B. Misses Mary and Carrie Rcid have Dickerson, at their home on Maple returned from a very delightful visit Avenue. with their sister, Mrs. WUliam White in Indionnpolis, Indiana.' who is Miss MargarctMorrow teaching in the D. and Ds College, at Mr. and Mrs. Charles Smith of Cotumbus, Ohio, spent the Yuletidc Charleston, West Vn., spent the season with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Christmas holidays with her parents, E. W. Morrow. Mr. and Mrs. N. Miller. d -ng grand-mothe- MALLABLE RANGES, $85;00. CAST AND STEEL COOKS, $40. and $45.00. MOORES AND OAK. HEATERS, $35 and $40. SECOND HAND COOK STOVES, CHEAP. !lOHN DEERE WAGONS, $125.00. MANURE SPREADERS, OLIVER RIDING PLOWS, CASSAROLES AND ALUMINUM WARE CHEAP, ROASTERS, LARD CANS, etc Gossip About People V?svV A Mr. Murray Shoun, was a guest for a few dnys of Mr. Dan Collier Elkin. Mrs. James Hatcher left Saturday for several wecKc visit with relatnts in Atlantn Gr.. Mr. Joe Pope of Maryvillc, Ten "(visIs here for a few days the guest oj inomls anil relatives. Mrs. Letcher Christopher and 'two (n interesting little daughter&Lar Somerset vMtins relativesjfH St Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Weinman- of Cartersville, Ga., are the guests' of Mr. and' Mrs. Cyrus Taylor. Mrs. Sam Goldenburg of Green wood, Mississippi, Is here visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Gulley. Mr. Dan Collier Elkin left for Atif.nta Tuesday evening after spend ing the holidays with his parents.. frit i Mention Goings byThoie nof the Comlnc.1 wt Are interettcd In. - E V Mnrtlin dill continues quite ill with influenza. Mis Mr. Clayton Morrow of S. A. T. Lexington has returned home. J. R. MOUNT & CO. The O Deal House. C, Mr. Hnrve McRoberts of Stanford wns a visitor here the past week. WE THANK YOU pr 1 I I Mm. Chester Lewis of Bercn is the guest of relntives and friends here. Mr. Bert Kmbry of Lexington was the guest of Mr. Joe West during the holidays. ftor tht Hburnl jmtronntft' tho lHt ynr and asuurc you wo vill try to serve you better thu coming year. A prosperous and Happy New Year to all. I Mrs. Helen Bryant of Lexington spent Xmas week with Mrs. J. C. Robinson. Misses Jane and Mary Doty spent last week in Stanford with Mrs. A- leen Smith. Miss Sadie Pevil iif Danville, was the guest Friday of Misses Lillian and Kate Klnnuird. Mr. Joe West of Kort Thomas has been mustered out and returned home last week. Miss Amanda Anderson spent last week with her sister, Mrs. IScttiu Miller, of Lexington. . , Mrs. G. M. Patterson has .returned frcm a visit to her neicc, Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Kirk, at Winchester, Ohio. V 4u H ' I Sanders jjj - Variety Store. 1 I I (!) i Mr. Howard Harvey and family of Muncie Ind., are expected soon for u fctfy with his mcther, Mrs. "II.- - G. J Poynter. Mrs. H. G. Poynter whowns stricken with paralysis several days ago, is improving sluwly, her friends will regret t- - learn. WE SELL FOR LESS. Mr. Story D. Hcrron, of the Marino, Corps, stationed at Norfolk, .VaViJs here for a visit to- his parents. and Mrs. Luther Herron." - i . f Miss Mattiq LET US - - Mm. Doner of Louisville was the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Adolph Joseph, the past week. Messrs Burton Stnpp and Harry Itaney of Lexington, spent the holidays with their parents here. Dr. li. V. Walter of Mt. Vernon. was with his wife and daughter, for a short visit the first of thu week. at the home of Mr. and giaaiS, Sanders, where she 'will welcome her 'numerous- friends - Estti hajiaureBs it ; , & s j LIGHT YOUR FARM WITH ELECTRICITY Belter, Safer and Cheaper than any Artificial Light. patrons. . mm BASTIN BROTHERS, LANCASTER, 3C 1 C KY. DC 3L" WE ARE Released From Food Administration Orders FORCING 100 PER CENT. FLOUR AND MINIMUM YIELD AND WE ARE MAKING GLEN LILY THE GOOD OLD WAY. NO BLEACH NO COUNTY GARRARD JUST GOOD WHEAT; THOROUGHLY MILLED; TAKE NO OTHER. BLEND y GARRARD 1L MILLING COMPANY i cue 3C Mrs. 1!. E. Hughes and daughter, Mr. Bowman Grant returned Monday Margaret Elkin, have returned to Transylvania University Dr. and Mrs. M. S. Hatfield, nnd Mr. and Mrs. Powell Duncan liave their home in Louisville, after spend- after spending the holidays with his lwo interesting children, Elsie and returned home after a week's visit to ing the holidays with her parents, mother, Mrs. Florence Grant. Earnest, spont the Holiday season their daughter, Mrs. Samuel Unset Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Miller. with her paronts. Mr. nnd Mrs. T.B. Miss Florence Aclon of Georgeden. Mr. Julian Elliott who has been town College, spent tho holidays here Walter, at Jabez, Ky. They wore o guests of friends in Somerset Mr. and Mrs. Hughes Aldridgu and stationed at Camp Pike, Cnl., has with her parents, Capt. and Mrs. J. 'family who have been in Mississippi been mustered out and Is with his M. Acton, at tho Kengnrlan Hotel. Mr. and Mrs. Cronley Broaddus. for fcomu time are visiting relatives mother, Mrs. Elliott, at the home of o were in Danville last Wednesday here. Misses Mildred Bcazley and Mary Dr. and Mrs. W. M. Elliott on Maple their daughter, Mrs. Mclvin ParOwsley returned to Trainylvania sons, who Mr. and .Mrs. W. West and son, Avenue. underwent an operation University Monday rffter spending Joe, spent Christmas in Lexington Miss Francis Grant entertained tho tho holidays with their parents here. ut the Danville hospital for appendicitis. Mrs. Parsons is doing nicelyjj. with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kmbry and American Girls Club last Friday nf family. ternoon. The hours were from Mrs. S. II. Estes and children, nnd will soon be able to be brouglitfi refreshments George and Lillian, motored to home., her many friends here will bev ' Mrs. S. A. Walker and daughter, until 4. Delightful were served aiftl every one had quite Georgetown, Tuesday, anil spent glad to know, Gcorgcttn, were guests the past week enjoyable time. Xmas with Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Estes of her sister, Mrs. Elbert Smith, at an Miss Maymc Stnpp entertained at Jellico, Term. Misses Bottle Robinson, Elizabeth Mimes Mary Lee Lear nnd Ruth her beautiful country homo in honor of a few of her friends, on Christmas Mr. and Mrs. Robert Griggs, Mr. Scott, Francis Clark and Delia Tin-d- Carrier returned to Hamilton Collogo day.- Among those present were, have returned to resume their Lexington. Monday, after a wcek'i ami Mrs. Frank Brown and Miss duties In the Lancaster Graded and visit to tiicir parents during me ttoii.J Misses Lucile Sutton, Clara Palmetcr. Isabella Sanford, were visitors in Josephine Burmide. Nellie" Noland, High school after a months sojourn days. Lexington, Tuesday. l.aVorne Hicks, Thclma Hamilton. with their home people. Mr. and Mrs. Johnson Price enter nnd Mnrthn Wrrd Sweeney. Mr. John McRoberts left Monday The Misses Delia Tindor and Margaret tained last Saturday at a six o'clock guests departed after a delightful for Atlanta Ga., where he will he day Clark, two of tho popular teachers at dinner in honor of Mr. and Mrs. N wishing their hostess a Happy New with his brother, .Mr. Ware McRob-ertHigh B. Price. The color scheme was pink Year. . and in the Wholesale Drug business. tho Lancaster Graded school, came from their home-at nnd white. Mrs. Joseph Evans Robinson enterMr. and Mrs. John Bnughman.and North Mlddlctowon and Helena, to Misses Stella and Billy Sanders tained at her homo on Lexington son, of Danville, were guests at a dint take up their duties here again. entertained very delightfully Sunday street last Monday afternoon, 'in hon lug Friday given by Mr. und Mrs. Messrs Geore;o and Donald EsUs, evening at a six- o'clock dinner. or of Mrs. Napoleon Price Luther Gibbs and MUs Elizabeth of this city, Missos Lillian and Elizabeth Estes Among the guests were Misses Ruth airs, lhpmns 31. Wilson of Bowling Gibbs. composed n motoring party to Waco Carrier, Minnio Mao Robinson, Pearl Green and Mrs. George McRoberts of Miss Angie Klnnaird has concluded Sunday. They were accompanied Dickerson, and Messrs Willie Mac Covington. Beside the honor guests, u' visit with her parents, Dr. and Mrs. homo by Miss Subra Estes who has Elliott, Owen Hcndrcn, Irvine Stnpp the following were present: Mes. J. B, Kinnaird and family, and has been a visitor of her sister, Miss and Charlie Sanders. dames Cabel Denny, Victor Lear, Joe returned to Indianapolis to resume Elizabeth, at the Simpson House. J. Walker, Carltoii Elkin, Frank Mrs. L. C. Johnson entertained Marksbury, Jr., Clay her duties us teacher In tho D. and D. II. Sutton. John m' Miss Joan Mount was the gracious with a neighborhood dinner party College there. hosts at a dinner Sunday for Mr. and Thursday evening. Those included Farra, Robert L. Elkin, Barnes B. Kin- Mr. and Mrs. Joe Aldridge enter Mr. T. M. Wilson, of Bowling Green, in tho hostess guests were, Rev. J. R. nalrd, Ueorgo D. Robinson, and Misstained at a family reunion dinner Mr. and Mrs. George McRoberts and Moorman, Dr. and Mrs. J, A. Anion, es Joan Mount, Helen Gill and MUs Christmas day, ut their home on the daughter, Betsy Margaret, of Coving- Mr. and Mre. H. V. Bastin, Mr. and Anna Hello Burnside. Stanford pike. About 32 guests ton, and Mrs. and Mrs. R. L. Elkin, Mrs. A. D. Bradshaw and Mr. and Several car loads of N were present and quite an enjoyable and Mr. Dan Collier Elkin of Atlanta, Mrs. L. G, Davidson und Miss Salhe Block Coal just received. time was had by every one. Ga., and Mr, and Mrs. J, E, Robinson. Elkin. Gtrmd I nl-sto-eper s, s t. Jnlmnn Wnlkpr. tli tractive little daughter of Mr. airo'' Mrs. Kemp Walker, spent the YuleV tide season in Louisville, the guest to if her au'it, Mm. J. W. Johnston. l ! i The Central Record. Thursday, Jan 2, 1919. Pi Mill OF My auction sales for 1919 will begin on THE KITCHEN CABINET! L 2-- 1 LI Sale M (!) dotiM Is but arret Inn!. to out. hrpil anj when we view the ends, V know not nhst th whole Intrm1i An when on enrtli, thins IiioK but odd. Tlit)' re norklng out tome schema of The worlil which clouds thy tuul with It's Wl.nt now noil In order nnd design appear Then slui'l we pr.ilpp wliat there rm random stroken, will here we spurnfd l'or tlien tho carpet shall he turned, VITH LEFTOVER WAYS MEAT8 Land and Personal Property. WEDNESDAY, JAN1JAR T 15, farm of AT 10 O'CLOCK, A. M., 33 (Rain or Shine). When I will sell for Mrs. B. H. Nash, her DANDY little Acres. , i LOCATED: Right at Hubble, Lincoln County, Kentucky, on the main Lancaster and Danville Pike, 5 miles from Lancaster, 7 miles from Danville, and 6 miles from Stanford. RIGHT AT churches, Schools and Good land, new fencing and the best watered in good neighborhood. little farm in the County. six room dwelling, in first class IMPROVEMENTS condition, two halls, three porches and large pantry. Dairy house with COLD AS ICE spring flowing through, new four acre tobacco barn and small stock barn. This farm will sell at the HIGH DOLLAR; will make "Corking" dairy farm. Why did I sell more land at auction in 1918 than any one else? No always a "SQUARE DEAL" I "FAKE" Sales no know what real estate is worth. Attend this sale and buy you a home. aAtttie same time will sell the following personal property: About 75 barrels of corn, 1 extra good pair of five year old mare .mules, 1 eight year old mare mule, 1 nine year old horse mule, a splendid ix year old driving horse, gentle; one good phaeton, 1 four H. P. Fairbanks Morse Gasoline Engine; a No. 9 Blizzard Cutter, 1 corn crusher, 1 fine jersey heifer; 2 two year old registered jersey heifers. "BY-BIDDINtwo-year-o- ld ASTV snuce served ) with leftover meats often makes n dish v that 1' more pnlatnblo now-rt-dn(!) than It wns In the original. Mutton Ragout. Melt a tnhlcspoonfiil of butter In a sauceCo...u' pan, ndd the snmo amount of flour, stir until smooth and brown. Add one cupful of stock, stir un til thick, then add two cupfnls of cold chopped mutton and let It stand on tho hack part of the stove for 1. minute. When ready to serve odd u tablespoon- fill of catsup and n tcnstiooiiful of Worcestershire snuce, pepper nnd snlt (!) (!) to taste. Curry of Lamb. Itrown n teaspoon- fill of chopped onion In two PHONE 27. ) of butter, ndd n teaspoonftil BRYANTSVILLE, KENTUCKY. of curry powder nnd two tensiioonfuls 1 of flour, stir until smooth nnd brown. , .. ... t then add a hnlf tenspoonfiil of chopped of chopped mint nnd two cupful cooked lamb, stir for two minutes to . Explicit Directions. thoroughly mix the seasoning with tho De Kind and Patient. Jesste wan nkcd by u limn If sho meat, then add two cupfuls of stock There It more special crnre requimade from extract of beef, cook until site nnd mnnlfcst In 'wntchful perse- could tell hi m uhere Mr. 1)m1co lived. the snuce Is thickened. Season nnd verance In little klndnesei and habit-tin- t I'olntlne In the west, she replied: "dn serve. patience at home. In nbvtlnenco that wuy nnd that wuy, nod stop at Ragout of Veal. Ilrown n teaspoon-fil- l from conversational disparagement of tho llrst hoUM where there's u doc." of onion In two tnblespoonfuls of others, nnd In resistance to hnblts of butter, with n lahlepoonfol of cooked, ! sloth nnd miilin- - selMiidiilcence In Unfortunate Tact. prlvnle life than in the performance chopped mushrooms. Add n There Is nm eiip t tin t Is pretty acof flour nnd brown, then ndd , of triii t public duties under the ob-- n curate. .Men nho make speeches likl rvutlon of multitudes. one cupful of stock, stir until smooth, to make them. St. Uuils (ilohe-Dothen ndd one cupful of roast veal cut ocrat. In pieces. Season with salt and pep-- ; per nnd serve. Mexican Sacrificial Stone. j Human Fruitage. Kidney With Mushrooms. Prepare The Mirrlfldnl stot,c was the stone on Nature does not bear fruit for her the kidneys ns directed above. Ilrown' which human trtlmc were snrrlflce'. n tablespoonfiil of butter, ndd n before the war cod Hultztlopochtll, In self, but for man. The branch docl of flour nnd brown. Add one the prlnrlpnl Artec tcinph In Mexico not benr the rich clmters for Its own . Our frultnce must b cupful of stock, salt and pnprlkn to It wan due up mur the site of the tem- selfish tnste, n teuspoonful of Worcestershire ple In 17.M. nnd Is now In the Mexican for mankind. Your aim Is u mistaken sauce nnd n half cupful of mushroom national mticmn. The stone Is disk one If you are seeking spiritual C", fort, quirt satisfaction, Joy hero m. cut In slice. Add the kidneys and MiniMil, 8 feet In diameter and cook until well hented through, and feet thick. The sides are covered with hereafter. Just for your own little -Christian Herald. serve. elaborate sculptures. I t ! f II January 1st. I I Our Terms Will Be Strictly Cash lil, Beginning Or Produce. 1 S I I 1 Business conditions nrc such and so many changes have taken place in the last few years that vi! deem this method of doing business best for both merchant and customer. Nearly nil lines of business arc conducted on n ensh basis nnd tho merchant with money to pny his bills promptly is the one who gets the goods nnd quick deliveries. Wc take this method of notifying our friends of this change in our business so as to save any further embarrassment for cither of us. Wc appreciate tho business which you liave given us in the past 'and we hope you will continue to favor us with same. I I1 I I BECKER and BALLARD. I P I ls I) ' J table-spoonf- ul table-spoonf- ul i,pp4-t:te- 3-- - I A, WE GOT THE PRICE The Home House broke all records on opening day and will keep it up. Every man who sold on our floors Monday is tickled to death-Toprices were the rule, and every customer got our personal attention. Several entire crops averaged right at $50. You can't beat the service you get from the Home House. We have plenty of room. BRING YOUR TOBACCO IN. p SWINEBROAD, The Real Estate Man. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. W. E. MOSS, Advertising Manager. How to Cet Rich. Bomo men would have no' trouble Ic' Betting rich If they livid on to tln mim-- cy tliey eurn as they do to tlm nnmuj they borrow. ' "How can I toll whft honeymoon Is over?" Olilhnm 'When your wife stops telling thing! nsklnc question." mid ilui ' mnliatn It's Ended Then. tho.. who admire us, 'aid La Itocliofnnniulil; we do not a llko those 'ilium wo ndmlre. We uhvuys like Not Always Qoodlliome Herbs. I jiluck up the RoodllKoim herbs of ' iitenees by prunlm:, eut them b) reading. dlsest them by imihlng. and luy them up lit lennth In the high seal of memory by gathering them togeth-,! cr. Queen Elizabeth. Alas, Too True. "Jinny Millions .Short." Newspaper headline. Lots o! persons go on tho supposition that you cnu't believe everything yuu read In tho newspapers, but bow few, oh, bow tovr, will doubt The Heir In Motion. "Another thing that I've noticed In, my udveiitiiroiiH career," observed tliO almost philosopher, "Is that a fellow who has u breezy way about him Is usually pretty fresh." Tools to Make a Rifle. cutNine hundred and ninety-seveting tools nloiio are required In manufacturing n modern rifle. The twist drill Is one of the busiest of these. To 1,000,000 rifles. 01.000.000 holt's must bo drilled. Shrapnel torpedoes, inarliliio guns, biplanes, motor trucks guns require irora u and to 0,000 holes each. n Unreasonable. Several boys ero holding n conference on tin Mreet corner. Ono boy kept correcting unother's mistakes lu nngltsh until the offender suddenly squared himself before his critic und demanded, "Ceo whir. I what Is vacation for if u feller has to talk proper nil tho timer His Summer Name. One day William, vtliflu visiting his grandmother, met the woman amiss the hail with her little dog. William inquired what she culled the dog mid she replied! "Wo call him Zero because we got him lu tho winter." WIN Ham then asked: "Well, If you cull him Zero In the winter what do you cull him In the summer?" Be Kind Always. great troublo with unkind thoughts is that it is so very Ollllcult to keep them only thnughts; sooner or later they find utterance. , We muy fancy that we are keeping our opinions to ourselves, but they are almost certain to express themselves lu look or tone, if not in word. The only wuy to be reully kind la to be klud clear through. exchange. Ono this! ( Felt Need of Chance. Charles was staying In the country where pluymates were few. So long as It wus Hobson's choice, he mused himself with 6 little neighbor girl tome years yoJuger than himself, but on bclns luvltifd to play vlh an !der girl well suppued with toys, he entirely abandoned Ids former plujimtte regardless of ull her attempts to h;r him back. Ohbelns remonstrated wil l by for his neglect of Jullu he disgustedly remarked, "Oh mother, I'll go lAtk to Jullu soiuo day, but u fellow komi'tlmeo went., u chaujjo." Remove Mildew. Take any coinmoii soup, size uccord-nto ureu of material that I affected. Hut soup lu sim.lt pieces, add u little vater to It and put on top of stove l dissolved. When about tho consistency of cream take from the tire. Stir n common salt und cover the mildewed j'ulirlc with the mixture. If one uppll- ration does not sulllce, two will be sure ,o do the work. After applylug the nlxture, excise to the sun for some j luura und then wash off. g uu-il- ET 0 WAREHQUS E. Richmond, Kentucky, J prl i . The Central Record, Thursday, Jan 2, 1919 The Scar Bearers. soldiers Hundreds of American from Privatci nil the wny up the lino to General Pcrshlnj? will return from France, decorated for conspicuous brnvcry. Some will wear the Distinguished Service Medal, some the Croix dc Oucrrc. Some will lie awarded the Vlctorin Cross. Kveryono of them will have done come vnlorous deed of agression ot , rescue. Hut there will lie some thousand who came out of the fight more or less disfigured who mny wear no ribbons. These arc the scar bearers, the wounded. Not one of them but faced death In all the many guises that German Ingenuity of the most devilish kind could contrive. Hut theirs was only the ordinary chance of war. Theirs tli misfortune of being struck dowr. before they had their chance. Some will not be permanently dis ablcd. liut thousands will be. And everyone that is, everyone that took his chance over there musl have his thuncc once more over here. Uncle Sam has worked out an ela borate plan of rehabilitation for these wounded heroes. If they need mcdi cnl attention after their return they will get it. If they need special training to fit them for such work only us their condition will permit them to do they will get that train Ing. Whatever assistance is necess ary they will have. And Uncle Sam will bear the cx pense, gladly, gratefully, for his ob ligation Is one that can never be ad equatcly met. All ol us must remember tnis in connection with the next liberty loan. Not nil of the money will go for mar- tiul needs, for pence enforcement or for the scores of other demands the g vcmmcntal plans will precipitate. Much of it will be devoted to mak ingjmyment for the services of those who did their best to pay the price of world freedom. For them too much cannot be done. d RUSH YOUR TOBACCO TO The Old Reliable MADISON HOUSE RICHMOND, KENTUCKY Cattle Buying for Swift & Company Swift & Company buys more than of cattle, on nn average, every market day. Each one of them is "sized up" by experts. Both the packer's buyer and the commission salesman must judge what amount of meat each animal will yield, and how fine it will be, the grading of the hide, and the quantity and quality 9000 head of the fat. Both mus,t know market conditions t throughout the for live stock country The buyer must know where the different qualities, weights, and kinds of cattle cun be best marketed as beef. If the buyer pays more than the animal is worth, the packer loses money on it. If he offers less, another packer, or n shipper or feeder, gets it away from him. f the seller accepts too little, the livestock raiser gets less than he is entitled ttf. If he holds out for more than it is worth, he fails to make a sale. A variation of a few cents in the price per hundred pounds is a matter of vital importance to the packer, because it means the difference between profit nnd-mea- Prices are way up. The Richmond market promises to be the best in years and as usual the Old Madison is going to get the top prices for its customers. Pienty of room, and your crop will get our personal attention to see that it brings everyr cent it is worth, no matter whether you are Pre4j ent or not. We guarantee satisfaction and th orices vou will eret on OUR FLOOR WILL MAKE YOU HAPPY. - V Every Street In Lancaster Has Its Share of the Proof that Kidney Sufferers Seek. 1' and loss. Kidneys weak? Ilackachc? Distressed with urinary ills? Wnnt a reliable kidney remedy? Don't have to look fur. Use what Lancaster people recommend. Every street in Lancaster has Its cases. ilerc s one Lancaster man s ex perience. Let W. S. Carrier, farmer, Dan ville Street, tell it. He says: I had dult backaches that bothered me, cs pecmlly during the night nnd my kid neys acted irregulnrly. I used Doan's Kidney Pills, procured at Stormes' Drug Store and the backaches and other signs of kidney trouble left me, I have had no return of the trouble", Price GOc, nt nil dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy get Doan s Kidney Pills the same that Mr. Carrier had. Co., Mfgrs., Buffalo, N. V. Foster-Milburn V MAUISLIN TOBACCO WAR'HSE A ADMINISTRATOR'S I MT. HEBRON Mr. II. L. Thompson is having SALE -- ON- After-W- ar Program. trouble with a sprained hand. Mrs. Joseph Hicks remains quit ill nnd Mr. J. E. Crawford is Improving slowly. Mr. O. A. Montgomery sold a bunch of shouts to Mr. Millard Hamm nt -c per pound. Messrs Thos Hicks, Willie nnd Ed Grow were in Lexington Monday for the tobacco sales. Mrs. Irvin Dean is quite ill with inllucnza nt Camp Taylor where sho was with her husband. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Grow and daughter were with her mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Itcgers at Danville Xmas day. Mrs. A. S. Dean who has been at Cnmp Tnylor with her son, Mr. Irvin Dean for several days returned home I For Returning Soldiers & Others The world conflict of arms is over; that of com merce, industry and social reform is just bet,'innin. The llower of the manhood of America which rallied to the defense of our great nation is now returning home to follow the ordinary pursuits of peace. These returning soldiers with their enlarged vision of life will naturally become the leaders of their communities, and to do justice to themselves and their people they must bo thoroughly prepared. Uorca College, with Its fixed high principles and ideals, makes this warning call to every ambitious young man and woman in the great mountain region. Bereu has been one hundred per cent patriotic through the war contributing more than one thousand students and twenty faculty members to the service and now it Is ready to enlarge and intensify its courses to meet the immediate needs of peace. Thorough courses are given in the Foundation, Vocational, Academy, Normal and College De- WEDNESDAY, JAN. 8th, 19 As administrator of the estate of J. H. Thompson, I will sell at his late home in Preachersville, Kentucky, on the Lancaster and Crab Orchard pike, four miles from Crab Orchard and eight miles from Lancaster, the t following described property: 27-Hor- ses i and ld Mules-2- 7 one three-year-ol- 17 comim? vearlincr mules, will be sold in pairs: d Saturday. Mr. nnd and little daughter Margaret of Frankfort, spent the holidays with his parent!, here. Hev. D. F. Sebastian after quite an of tho "flu" absence on account situation will fulfill his appointment here Sunday. Mr. Harvey Dean nnd family mot ored from his home at Clinton Illinois nnd arrived hero Saturday where they will reside in tho future. Mr. Thomas Montgomery sold to Mr, J. I. Hamilton n cow and calf, prlco $155. He bought of Mr. LewU Murphy a cow and calf prlco $125. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Crank en tertained a few relatives Xmas day In honor ot Mr. William Freiton wki has recently been discharged from a camp in Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Montgomery entertained Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Clark and little daughter, Mr. and Mrs. James Hamilton, and Mr. and Mrs. Othb Montgomery and daughter at dinner Sunday, Mr. U. O. Montgomery partments. Bcrea recognizes thnt there are splendid people in the mountains who cannot get an education in the average high priced school, and to those people a special invitation is given. There are two important terms before this Bchool year closes. The Winter Term, which begins January 1st, and the Spring Term, which begins March 28th. The cost for the Winter Term, including board, room, and incidental fee is $40.00. For the Spring Term, $37. For full information and advice write to half interest in one yearling colt. horse; horse, one d CATTLE AND HOGS Ten yearling steers; six yearling heifers; d shoats. two good heifer calves; 13 ' FARMING IMPLEMENTS, TOOLS, ETC. barAbout seventy-fiv-e rels of corn: three hundred bales of straw; 200 bales of hay; some loose hay; 90 bushels of.oats. . One disc harrow; one section harrow; wagons; all plows; four barrels of vinegar; cider mill; log cnains; nay trames; buggy; two sets buggy harness; some household and kitchen furniture and other things too numerous to mention. TERMS: Made known on day of sale. three-year-ol- horse mule; one d two-year-o- horse niule; one two-year-o- ld eight-year-ol- d mare; two mares; two fillies; 1 three-year-ol- two-year-o- ld 100-poun- m 1 1 1 v Marshall E. Vaughn, College Secretary. BEREA, KENTUCKY. J, T. Rigsby, Admr., Crab Orchard, COL. JOHN B. DINWIDDIE, Auctioneer. Ky. AS The Central Record, Thursday, Jan 2, 1919. JANUARY SALE THIS IS OUR ANNUAL CLEARANCE SALE AND IN IT WE OFFER ALL KINDS OF WOMEN'S AND CHILDREN'S DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, LADIES' FURNISHINGS, LINENS, BLANKETS, COMFORTS, JEWELRY, SILVERWARE, AND ALL ELSE AT BONA FIDE REDUCTIONS.. IT HAS ALWAYS PAID YOU TO 'dUY IN OUR SALE AND WILL CERTAINLY PAY YOU THIS TIME. . GAR-MENT1 S, TERMS. SPOT WHITE GOODS. i CASH-- NO GOODS LAID ASIDE OR SENT ON APPROVAL. TAILORED SUITS. Representing the output of the very highest grade tailors in New York and Cleveland. All pure wool materials and latest shapes. SG5.00 Suits will be $G0.00 Suits will be DRESS GOODS AND SILKS. Wc will olier decided reductions on every piece of our big line of Plain and Fancy Silks and all kinds of Woolen Dress Goods. 3.50 2.85 for d piace Long Cloth, was $4.50 piece Shyna Nainsook, was $3.65 for d $4.50 for d piece Imperial Nainsook, was $5.50 piece celebrated Chimosa Nain$4.65 for d $5.50 sook, was Long $4.85 for d piece Liberty Bell 40-i- n $6.00 Cloth, was 50c 33c yd. finest quality Pajama Checks, worth 42c Genuine Jap Carpe in Flesh color for Underwear 10-y10-y12-y10-y12-y- $50.00 $42.50 $35.00 $32.50 Suits Suits Suits Suits will be will be will be will be $30.75 $38.75 $32.50 $27.95 $22.50 $19.75 . PLAIN LINENS. Pure Linen Lawns and Cambrics, Linen Sheeting and Pillow Linens, and Dress Linens at special LINEN HUCK HEMSTITCHED TOWELS, AT EACH -- IXC BEST $1.85 OUTING CLOTH NIGHT GOWNS AT $1.50 EXCELLENT QUALITY CHILDREN'S RIBBED STOCKINGS, ALL SIZES 35c BOX OF SIX LADIES FINE QUALITY PURE LINEN INITIAL HANDKERCHIEFS FOR 98c 45c BLEACHED PILLOW CASES READY FOR USE 35c A THOUSAND YARDS DESIRABLE CHEVIOT SHIRTING, AT PER YARD 25c BEST QUALITY KNITTING YARN KHAKI AND GRAY AT ,FOR 4 OZ 90c 25 DOZEN LARGE SIZE UNION HOUSEHOLD LINENS. We still have in stock quite a lot of Pure Linen Table Damask, at $1.75 to $5.00 per yard, which we bought years ago and will offer in this sale at much less than wholesale prices. We also have many special values in Mercerized and half linen Damasks. We call special attention to a number of very handsome Pure Linen Irish Double Damask Table Cloths and Napkins to match. Our prices will be at d less than wholesale prices today. least Will also offer at very low prices about 25 dozen Pure Linen Napkins, from medium to very finest Moravian. Damask. These are either shelf soiled or some left from handsome sets. s. Several special bargains in Pure Linen Crash one-thirTow-eling- SILK DRESSES. $18.50 $22.50 $29.75 $35.00 $45.00 $55.00 Dresses Dresses Dresses Dresses Dresses Dresses will be will be will be will be will be will be $11.75 $14.75 $18.95 $21.50 $29.75 $37.50 WOOL DRESSES. $19.75 $25.00 $32.50 $45.00 Pure Wool Dresses Pure Wool Dresses Pure Wool Dresses Pure Wool Dresses $11.95 $14.95 $19.75 $25.00 ONE-THIR- SWEATERS. We ofTer our entire stock of Pure Woo! Sweaters for ladios and children at a decided reduction. Fine line to choose from. ALL COATS REDUCED D LADIES FURNISHINGS. CORSETS , AUTOMOBILE RUGS. Finost quality Pure Wool Auto Rugs, in beautiful colorings and large size, at special reductions from old prices. Gossard Front Lace Corsets from $2.50 to $10.00. Warner's Rust Proof Corsets from $1.50 to $4.00. Redfern Corsets "any style to suit all figures, and every one at reduced prices. HOSIERY All our lines of Hosiery for women, children and men, including the McCallum, Kayser and Gotham Gold Stripe Pure Silk Hosiery will be reduced. MUNSINGWEAR The finest knit Underwear made. Full lines of all styles for women and children at reduced prices. GLOVES All Kid Gloves and Fabric Gloves will be marked down for this sale.' MUSLIN UNDERWEAR Everything in Muslin and Silk Underwear will be at reduced prices for this sale. IMPORTED GABARDINE RAIN COATS REDUCED ONE-FOURTH. GOLD JEWELRY. JACK TAR MIDDIES. We will offer all our Middies at good reductions from last season's prices. They will be higher next spring buy now. OUR ENTIRE LINE OF FINE GOLD JEWELRY, INCLUDING CAMEOS AND WATCHES, AT A REDUCTION OF TWENTY PER CENT. DOMESTICS. All Sheets, Sheetings, Cottons, Pillow Cases, Indian Heads, Outings, etc., will be at reduced prices. BEST QUALITY 35c PLAIN AND FANCY OUTING CLOTHS 25c. BED BLANKETS AND COMFORTS. Here is where you can save money. All our stock was bought last year and all prices have greatly advanced since, and our Sale Prices are much below present Wholesale Prices. Comforts from $5.00 to $15.00 Blankets from $3.50 to $15.00 . WASH GOODS. Every piece of Gingham, Percale, Calico, Cheviots, Shirtings, Repps, Satines, etc., will be at reduced prices, and we have a big line to choose from. EVERYTHING ABOUT THIS SALE WILL BE FOUND EXACTLY AS REPRESENTED. NO EVASION OF ANY KIND. ALL GOODS MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES AND REDUCTION CARDS ON EACH LINE SO THAT YOU CAN FIGURE SALE PRICES QUICKLY. A. B. Robertson & Bro. DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. The Central Record, Thursday, Jan 2, 1919 . LIV STOCK CHEAP RATIONS FOR HORSES nlmals Performing Hard Work May De Given Straw and Corn Stover In Limited Quantities. I IIMMtMHHIINUH( 1 TOBACCO ilSlieriffs Sale I FOR V by the Unltw' Hlntra Depart ment or Mtricnuurc ) Cheap feeds, sticli n straw nwl corn lover, Iiuto n place In the borne ra- Ion. Tor growing colts nnd for horses doing hard work these roughages limy lu fol In limited fpiantltlcM, supplementary to n moru riutrltlnim ration. A emitlnn Is timely In regard to feeding bulky roughage low In nutrlcnlH. small Horses Imvo comparatively Motnnchs anil their digestive anatomy It In no uny suited to liniulln a great liullc of feed. Llttlu noiirUhtmnt Is derived from n mund of nucli roughage, nml In maintaining n oo great u hulk of feed niilmnl rcparcd SKY I, A. K. Walker, Sheriff of lif.r- - rsrd County, will on MONDAY, JANUARY 27lli 1910, would necessarily he taken Into tho body. It In therefore dcstrnhlu to with n limited quantity of stover or straw nullldcnt legume liny, grain, or cither nutritious feed to inert tint Individual requirements of Mm homo. A small portion of some laxative feed, Mich ns ullage, root, lirnn, or alfalfa, may well lu Included In r. rutlon containing n largo proportion of corn Htovcr or struw. Cottonseed meal has met with disfavor among hono feed-ebut It may bo fed In limited quantities If duo enre Is exercised. It Is coin-liln- o Peoples Tobacco Wareh'e DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. : We have demonstrated beyond any doubt that we were correct when we advised our friends to hold their tobacco until when all the tobacco buythe opening of the Danville-marketers of the country would be on" hand. Those who sold on our market last Monday and Tuesday will testify to the fact the market was the best held there in years. Everybody was happy and great enthusiasm 'was manifested among the sellers, when they saw their tobacco sell for fabulous prices. The immense amount of money spent on the enlargement of our already large house, enabled us to take care of the immense sales offered on the first day. We have demonstrated beyond doubt that we can and will get the highest dollar for your tobacco and urge that you give us a trial and then you will be thoroughly convinced. Below are a few of the CROP AVERAGES made on our . floors last Monday. $39.60. C. H. Simpson, Garrard, 1860 pounds, average, $43.88 Devine and Upton, Boyle, 3435 pounds, average, $40.00, J. C. Overstreet, Boyle, 1045 pounds, average, Middleton and Whitehouse, Boyle, 2405 lbs, average, .$37.75 Anderson and Hubble, Lincoln, 5425 pounds, average, $40.00 , I -7 icter, Soundness and formation. Good Con heavy protein conccntrnto but lnxntlvo rlyirtlculnrlv likely to In charac- -roduco dlunless the quantity l I fJniftcd. Its proper uw Is ns rbonnceous ni fement to n pound dnlly being usual- ufftclent, although In fonio parts of io South several pounds dally have been fed with success. The more favorable results havo como from feed-In- s 18 It In connection with grains und blackstrap molasses. Cottonseed meal Is not palatable to hones. In most rases not moro than (wo iiounds dully per nnlmal Khould ever be given, and before that limit Is reached speelnl note should be taken of Its effect. Most horso feeders prefer the uso of nil meal. Tho following rations arc suggested for horses: Maintenance Ration for Idlo Horse. lUtlon 1: Corn stover 0 pound. a pounds Alfalfa hay 4.00 4.G0 fame bclnft County Court Day, offtr . 2.10 for sale at the Court House door, At 0.21 Lancaster, Kentucky, the following . 3.71 . renl property, leturned delinquent, same being the amount due for state, A. K. WALKER, Sheriff, County nnd schtoj taxes, for the of Gartnrd County. tie-- in year 1918. Said Mile to ut January 2nd, 1919. one o'clock Standard time. The names of those paying before tlmt Clbllcal Town of Gaza. time will be stricken from the list. or lho wntchtower, still NO. 1. LANCASTER, WHITE. in Hip (nist of (lie town of Onzu. It Is where Snmsun Ik mild to havo Acton, Smith, Land - $18.50 tnV gules of the city. On the road Urown, Walter, Grd, Land 4.50 from (iiisR to .Infra are ancient olive Hemphill, J. C, n. r. land 29.02 tices, nmny of thpin more than one Meadows, A. J. and J. C, land, 14.21 tbouxand years old, with gnarled bark N'aylor, N'nnnic. Hrs land 2.21 nnd Immense trunks. There li an old Shcnrer, Frnnk land 7.77 legend vihlch iredlis flnza wlfh the ot th llrt mi'dinnlcnl clocks. Shearer, Luleo, land, 6.05 Vnnhook, Ollie, land bal 11.72 Tliee uere perhaps the sntid clocks which are still used In soino mosques. No. 1, LANCASTER, COLORED. Fully Explained. 4.H3 Alcorn, Minerva, lot, Jennie wns nfkeil why she did nol 1G.48 Anderson, Gran, land 2.C5 go nest door any more to piny with t Anderson, Jane, lot, little chum. She replied: "Oit.jJ,; Arnold, Lucy, lot 3.33 her ...... , -, ..... (iiibe 0.28 i Ball, Joe, lot, ii 'inn led our ncquuininncc. Bcazlcy, Mary, hrs, land 10.33 5.!)S Beazlcy, Sam, land X.-- ; 5.39 Bland. Bill lot 4.25 Burdcttc, Bright; lot Burnsides, Mary, lot..' Column 3.3 Cunningham, Bony hrs, lot,.. 2.82 ; Dtnny, Mary Jane, lot, 2,10 RATES: Doty, Earnest, lot 0.2S G.9B Dunn, Bill, land Single insertions lc a word Dunn, Lish, lot 15.38 No ad taken for less than 20c 5.98 Faulkner, Louis, olt, in this column. No ads in this Knvanaugh, Mattie, lot, 2,38 column charged. Kennedy, Jane, hrs, lot, 3.90 Lackey, Alex lot, 5.15 Seven insertions for the 1 7.21 Lcavcll, Anderson, lot, price of five. Leavell, Ellen and Ceph lot, . 19.70 Phone orders must be paid Rothwell, Henry, land, 7.71 promptly. 3 NO, 2, BRYANTS VILLE, WHITE. ir Baxter, A. J., land, Buford, Fred, land, Burnsidcs, Clay, land, Campbell, Martha, land Faulkner, Harvc, land, Faulkner, William, land, Faulkner, Bill, land Faulkner, Abe, Jr., land, Faulkner, Andy, land, Faulkner, Irvine, lnnd, Harris, William, land, Hudson, Jane, land, . Kellcy, Isinh, land, Kennedy, America? land, Kennedy, Ed, land, Lttckey, dell, laud, Leavell, Iiroaddui, land, Leavell, Jonas, land. .Mitchell, Herbert, land, Kothwell, Sarah, land, Wallace, George, lnnd . Yeakoy, Eliza, lnnd, .... ....... ..... ... ... it ... .. .. ... . 7.33 3.05 4.81 2.05 12.58 ...... .... .... 8.20 2.10 4.39 1 0.54 7.14 5,98 7.11 . ...... 0.83 S.10 4,26 3.68 114 e.ts car-rle- il i,- Classified 4 Z'- i i ' V A if i Q lf Evans, Mrs. Mamie B. land, Farley, Tom, land, Huffman, J. V., lot kelson, V. R. hrs Preston, Asbury, land, Williams, Henry, 2 lots, NO. 2. COLORED. Banks, Charlie, land Coffey, Corncl.Jand Denny. Gcorce. land. Dunn Tn, Dunn, William, land, Floyd, William, lot, Hughes, Sam, Jones, Hock, lot -- ' Reese, Mary, lot, Smith, Anna, 2 lots, Stewart, Tom, lots, Sutton, Lee, lots, Williams, William, lot, NO. 3, WHITE. G.84 FOR SALE: a good set of black7.04 Mrs. Porter Wcarren, 17.82 smith tools. McCrenry, Ky. 11.20 4.79 Baled Straw for Sale. White 54.84 Sweet Clover Seed Wanted. SJanure Wanted. E. C. Cheatham, Lancaster, Phone 382-55.78 10.41 MAJESTIC COOKING STOVE 0.81 ft 'IO For Sale, good at new with Tellell, ; G. M. Lyons. Call 91. S.79 Cheap. 9.37 WANTED Five bushels of White-Swe7.04 Clover. Baled Straw for sale. 3.20 phone-382:- Ajf Lan 5.55 E. C. Cheatham, . 7.14 caster, Ky. 4.80 A new Hupmobile cost $1750,, 1 12.10 nave one iu;e new lor sale nt .nou, and will take in Ford. G, C. Walker. 7.99 -t 11.81 . 1,000-Poun- : 1. 1 Itatlon 2: Oat straw Alfalfa ... Corn on cob S 8 nounili poundi Cane molusics 1,000-Poun- pound i pounds S Daily Ration for Light Work. Corn Mover llrrmuda. hay Cottonseed meal Cowptaa Bhelltd corn 1,000-Poun- d Horte at pounds yt pound 2 pound, I pounds C I poundi , Dally Ration for Severe Work. Corn fodder Alfalfa Boy beans (ground) (shelled corn Horse at 4 1 IS pounds! , 1,250-Poun- d pounds 12 pound pounds Dally Ration for Horse. Idle 11 Adkinson, Josic, land, Adams, Andy, land, Barr, Ollie, land Bowling, C. W. land, Burton, J. B. land, Burton, Woodson, land, Hume, W. T. land King, Lucy, land, Osborne, E., land I'reston, Robert, land Pruitt, Roy, land Ray, J. It. land Rogers, Curtis, land, Ross, Milton, land, Sebastian, S. S. land Whittakcr, W. H. land NO. 3, COLORED. 12.97 8.30 4i50 3.81 4.47 11.35 10.02 - 12.39 9.03 9.25 37.40 4.82 19.00 20.21 8.31 WANTED: A good Blacksmith Hubble. Splendid location and good .wages guaranteed. Will .Murphy. at 23-2- t. house-keepin- RENT: Rooms for light newly papered and painted. Three acres of sod for tobacco. Will rent rooms and land FOR together or separately. U. M. Burgess, Paint Lick, Ky. nation It Corn stover Alfalfa Itatlon 2: Oat straw Tea hay Kar corn , t pounds 4 pounds pounds pounds pounds pounds 4 pounds Hocker and Beagle, Lincoln, 4280 pounds, average, $38.00 10 4 Common beets of othei root (or ellat'c) Oats 1,250-Poun- 4 Dally Ration for Light Work. tlnrlcy straw Alfalfa hay I Horse at pounds .6 pounds C J. W. Catron, Boyle, 1805 pounds, average, R. I. Burton, Garrard. 2930 pounds, average, Currey and Middleton, Boyle, 1005 pounds, average, C. L. Jones, Boyle, 2445 pounds, average, . . $41.90 $43.90 Leavell, Ed, land, Warren, Will, land West, Charlie, land, NO. 4, WHITE. Alma, A. C. n r land, Brooks, J. L. land, Creech, Eliza, land Gafney, Walker, land Hall, Sam, land Ilolman, Sam ' Holman, J. F. land Hopkins, Frank, land, King, George, n r, land King, William, n r, land Kinnaird, Bradley, land, Lakes, Thad, land Letcher, Dr. n r, land, Miller, Susan, land Parker, Lucy, land, Perciful, Monroe, land, Peters, R. E. land, bal Pointer, Mrs. Sallie, land, Pointer, J. W, land Pullins, Mrs. Clydic, 2 lots, Ross Malisii, land, Itucker, Orlando, land, bal,.,. Shelton, Lish, land, Sparks, T. G. land, Tudor, O. P., land, Williams, Ed, land, I FOR SALE: One Ford Truck, just like new, been run 1430 miles, has 32x3 solid tires on rear and 30x3 pneumatic on front. Never had a puncture. This truck carries 5.70 300Q pounds. Reason for selling, I 5.87 want a larger truck. Will take good 1- 7.04 note. 10.15 0.45 30.15 13.27 10.05 4.00 4.00 4,80 2.10 2.05 4.00 0.08 2.82 1.22 2.10 14.14 7.01 3.48 7.14 11.50 2.05 7.71 4.50 7.04 4.81 2.10 Leslie T. BradshUw. Phone 389-- ...... Farm For Sale. Having purchaser a 100 ncro farm near Louisville, Ky, I will offer my small farm of 10 acres on Richmond pike, ut Hyattsville, fey. to be sold, providing I can dispose of it at an early date. For information see D. A. THOMAS, Lancaster, Ky or Sgt. J. W. Beazley, Mtd. Det. F. A. C. O. T. S. Camp Taylor Ky. . $43.00 $46.15 tolled barley 8 pounds Dally Alfalfa Ration for Horse. 1,500-Poun- d Idle land.......... Corn fodder (with cara) .It pounds (pounds : BRING US YOUR TOBACCO AND YOU RIGHT. fZSSS WE WILL TREAT ...... ...... ... . GROUND SOY BEANS FOR PIGS Found to De About 10 Per Cent Supe rior to Wheat Middlings In Test at Wisconsin. As a supplement to commcal for fattening pigs, tho Irrowtng nnd station found that ground soy neuns proved about 10 per cent supe rior to wheat tulddllugs, figuring tlr lost of tho feeds us tho same. Tho In station compared rations of two Ilana of corntneul und ono part of mcul with corumeal and middlings In equal proportions with live purls of corntneul and rnd purt of tankage for pork produo ration produced lion. The he largest dally gains, and this with I ha smullest quantity of feed consumed l.'or each pound of grain. n toy-beasoy-beu- n : w A Parent's Best Gift To Son Or Daughter. Is U course of liookkeonlnir. Short. hand and Tyrewritting at the Lexington Business University. Thousands of young men and worn. en attribute their success to this old PEOPLES TOBACCO WHSE. DANVILLE, KY. I.M.DUNN, Manager. A .... .. .. .f NO. 4. COLORED. Arnold, George, land, Beazley, George, land, .....I ...... 4.71 dress, 7,14 WILBUR R. SMITH, and nifluential institution. whom are many of our successful citizens. Its graduates secure tho highest salaried positions. College open. Special Inducements to soldiers and sailors. For Circulars and particulars ml. Uslngton, Ky. ,1. The Centra Record, Thursday, Jan 2, J919. o oemn MINERAL MATTER FOR SWINE i ai;iHtiiiiiiMiiiiiiiijiiiiiiiiiiiM STRAIGHT STREET By MAY NEWCOMDE. rif?i i ii ii i it i iii it ii lOtJHflbt. 19tB. WM,n Ti mi 1 1 2 h.liarf til i ii iDbSh' Mixture of Chareqal, Salt, Ashes, Sul- phur and Copperas Will Tend ta Prevent Worms. FENNERS Warehouse Danville, Kentucky.. axstfSRrcBtsixsaesssiszztsxsixzt from lime Immemorial what hn4 once been K country crnv mlh lraj5 gled throtign the nucleus of what (irovvrdsle. As houH finally were built here and there ulunii H sinuous length. It assumed, or i)rleil, or was gleii a name: "I'roolt-e- d When the first small More" began to And a location on a line M Die depot, the town commissioners cut broad line west, condemned curves WIIH Iine." tmparcd by the United States Department of Agriculture.) j It nas been asserted by various ox- pcnenced reeders of nogs that n nurture of charcoal, ashes, lime, salt, sulphur and copperas kept where the hogs ran eat It will tend to prevent worm There Is no positive exInfestation. perimental evidence, however. In support of the Idea that such a mixture will prevent worm Infestation, and It In of value therefore as a source of mineral matter In the diet, and perhaps as an appetizer and tonic, rather A baK than as a worm preventive. enced ration may furnish ntltlie necessary feed nutrients, yet the system of the hog craves mineral matter. The mineral matter Is not under control, and In order to make sure that the hogs have an abundant supply, free access should be given to a mineral mixture. The following Is n formula for such a mixture: Charcoal Mixture. .Charcot.! ardwood tlb , V Everybody Prices exceeded all expectations. was happy and went home convinced beyond all doubt that Fenner and Pitt know the warehouse business from A to Z, and that you will make no mistake in bringing them your crop of tobacco to elL ' Clever treatment, best of accommodations, and the highest market price for your tobacco at all times, is our MOTTO. Try us with your next' load and be convinced that we know how to sell tobacco for the most money. Wishing you and yours a Happy New Year, and trusting to see you on our floor soon, where a cordial welcome will always await you, we are yours to I- -', serve. t' ' ashes --.1b(1 lima ,Uiur jjyerited copperas , .... bushel bushel poundi 1 nnnml ..4 pounds Spounde 1 1 8 ,Mlr the lime. salt, and rulr.hur Ihor-- i ighiy and then mix with the char-- l ial and ashes. Dissolve the copper- In one quart of bot water' and spwfle 'he solulton over the whol-v- i tnasnWnglt thoroughly. Keep roe of this mixture In a boxcb'efore the hogs at alt times, or place In a self- feeder. MORE Federal TICK-FRE- . ', f j correct IIionHighfare. It was tint a pretty nppelntlvq they bestowed on the new thonutRlitnre, but It was fully It became appropriate us a contrast. Straight street. To do business on Straight street ttna to be quite In the hulnes sphere, to live farther out In Its residential section was to be acknowledged and accepted socially. One day a stranger d entered the town, a Jaunty, fairly lie fellow, about twenty-twhs straight a an arrow, supple, lde awake, swift of gait, t.rlght-ejeil- . suggesting ii person seeking a brand-neenvironment and on the itlert to felte Its best opixirtunltles. A whim-slcsmile crossisl his expressive face as he glanced at the sign on a lamp post. "Straight street." be read, as though It bad made n pltnntnt sound. "Tlmt suits me ami I take It in a harbinger of fortune. It's the road I've bad In mind." The young man started looking for a room, n rhoaip room. Side thoroughfares Invited In this direction, but he maintained his tramp along the street culled "Straight" until he finally found an apartment suited to his thin purse, ami then cast about for wilrk Ills brisk, cheery wbis ami frank, open personalty caught the fancy of the hnokkeeier of a large fartvry and Abel JIre. as he gave bis name, was ttlllliillK Ull( IHII1 IIMl n lv.Uwr- - j i E COUNTIES t Quarantine Against Cattle Fever Ticks Lifted In Ten Southern States. 'I X? (Prepared br the United States Depart- i ment of Agriculture.) At least 100 counties and probably i' a number of parts of counties have Just been released from federal quar-- , antlne against the cattle fever tick, f acfurdlng to officials of the bureau of i awmil Industry, who have received re- ' ports" from ten Southern states la I e all aroiiml. a faorlt He There was one iecullarlty atiout him he t'x'k long Jaunts, and It might have licen remarked that' he nrter left Straight street, lteyoml wer the dnnce halls, drinking places, tawdry side, shows and rollicking crowds, but. In tnun n, iMrtrii- - If. Hlmfubt street tie-- c One tiioonfaW. eaniM his ImsiIisi imtli. night be was w1ng lis middle poj menu i"r ine hioj-- s were oiocsisi hj i new cement wtw be ng labL Abrupll a snlrltMl horvo attnrhr! to n h trap turuisl Into the strift. ThJHj en re of a road roller and mad-- t El ennercfe Pitt, Props Fenner's Warehouse, Walnut St. Danville Ky. xsm "Nemesis." .Nemesis was u goddess of Justice and dlvlno retribution. The word comes from n Grtck verb meaning to deal out, dUtrlbuto, dispense. In Greek mythology Nemesis wus a goddess person! tying allotment, or thu divine dUtrlbu-tlo- n to'every man of his precise share of fortune, good nnd had. It was her special function to see that the proper propori. it of Indlvlduul prosperity was rrescrtiu, and that anyone who became too prosperous or was too much Uplifted by his prosperity should be reduced or punished. Athleticism In the East-Th- e grnet.il athletic awakening-- Is perhaps the niot Important effect that our occutliQ of the: Philippines 1ms had upon Me. Jar Uost. Just as the old Olympic games, begun by one village, grew to be tlf great recurrln.. cvent,nt wblcb al" tbo Hellenic people- - could meet in penc&ul, competition, so this modern athletic movement starting from I!agi)lv has. spread to other fui distent peoples, anil has given thom not only u groaml op friendly meeting, but nlo n basis for genuine roxpect : and mutual undt'rsllindliig. Th True Artist. The artist U always a'rhIM In freshness cf feeling; In unworldly delight lu th tb'rgs which do not udJ to one's estje, but whltlL make for Inward Joy anil peace,, mid that e. y ioses-elo- n of Hut world which brings thu sense of freedom, the right to be happy, and (be faith that life 1 greater than Its works, and u man morn' Important than his toll. A race, like un Individual, must get this consciousness of iiossesslon before the work of the day becomes Imperative and absorbing. Uamlltou W. liable. An ounce Into n quart 'd for use tuUtig grease ytefuL of pulverized borax put of boiling water and bot-t- . will be found useful for spots from woolen goods. Merely (Superstition. There Is no kuid or n rod. or Instrument, hlcu wiiyoeutc minerals In the earth with any degree of certainty, Sometlmen n iKNfof Iron ore will affect the magnetic needle of n conipawi, ot of (i surveying IiiMrtimint. but there Is nothing that will locate the preciom . iiietals. - lash across the rubble stone and A handsome gtrl lul steadily to Uie tense. atralullU reloV As the vebi)t Hoi liar H frantic hicle was all but upsetting, tbo young man spraag at Ion brad of tM apecu-Ir.- g aolmal. He clung to the bridle, was draggisl, swu'iR, almost trampled, but hulled the affrighted sired at last. "Oh jou'l let JiUjf.iret hurt, trampling among thee vlodcrs and glass I" railed out Alrn Kta Towers, bis driver, to the center and Morse Itjhij, Jun-esmooth roadway.' Tfou had better let mo drlT him borne,'' lie mid, and that ttn bow It ramo about that he first saw at the nuiptuoui IMwera' mansion modest, jKtlte .4tary Jine, seamstress. Thereafter hta lie colled to sea Slary at or to chat with her In, the ganlerfi'MIW Power smiled Indulgently u.iit ))nry win llo.uir.Ki and pleaMsl at the attentloiiH of thu manly, god-lrtkln)iuiag fellow. There caiiio about a rapidly occurring serloa of events. The war came on, Mary wits proud about her lover when he was the first to cuter, the service. Miss Powers gave );ln. ifUllo a pule He reception when he "enrae from a first 'lieutenant. Somewhere Abel Morte Juid lisinied disci and the lMiwer to pllne. lead ueu. Ilo uiul Mary luid become eugaged. He wns popular with his comrades, n tnodVI to the young men of thu town and'ln direct line for fur- login debris. bni Cattle Being Put Through a Dipping Vat to Rid Them of Cattle Fever Tick. which the work Is being carried for--' Elghty-thre- o counties and 33 ward. parts of counties wero released In I)e- cember, 1917,fcoustltutlng u record up The- - unprecedented to that time. amount of territory released this year Includes ureas In nine states. INCREASE ther ndilli'emit. lie had Justft Mary one attertuMin . . Como Save for From Sheep That Often Have Had Twins Same With Ram. tr BreedtrEwes That NUMBER OF TWINS 9 m 9 9 Po you wish to Increase the cumber f twins from your flock of breeding weJ Have for breeders the ewes that come from sheep that have often bad twins and select a ram that cumo Such from a ewe that had twins. selection will materially Increase the chances or twins. BROOD l , sjasai lllSB 9 9 9 We have plenty of Good - SOWS NEED PROTEINof SCREENED NUT and BLOCK COAL FOR SALE Feed During PerloJ of Pregnancy Supply Greatest , Important Mineral Matter. f Th, feed the vriod makHw a, growth, rge amount of protelu aatt aasjieral natter frpm whkb to da-jrt- NiAtw'ma, aaVV ker pofa of th" brood, tow durlcz oO&fflumcsr U of 8rat oi,k,U ao'f oaly maintain-l- n iad 1 tbi rase ot Utter. to but HUDSON, LANCASTER, I HUGHES PHONE & 26. FARNAU. KENTUCKY. strj'tad t1mou . slid was cnlng the garden to 'thai street when'tt Tiurrylng, flusheif anjl hanMirentldiig inau almost run lutb . mm. inw ine lauer iiniieo, siarou and regHplcl Morsu with a certain Insolent, triumphant look, "Double luck! Well, well, Ned Du-riia blooming lieutenant ! I've Iieunl;(it joii. I saw you before. Anil truiitfiirmed InU) Abel Morse, I'. H. A. Soufe rise lu the world, eh, from con-lr- f 111 f)iat Is It worth to olmt tuy mouthi" "Hold that nunl" burst forth slmrfv iy. and JIlMl'owera came rushing Intq, lew. Her direction avos to Morse, "Ho has Just uttered the house, am) has stolen a case of Jew1s. Thera they are, In bis pocket llrlng him to my fulhfV, ami vo sliall see how fey' bu unmanly lliriftit will carry blinl"- thief; Todd llrewster, left (Irovedale that evening a eowud" skulker, wlUi evidence sufllcleut behind him to send Iilm'lmVk where he, bejonged, if be dared' oven to mcnutej WllhlU a week Abel Morso again. tbe assumed name ot tbo latter was legallied. T heartbeat and to drumbeat, ft real soldier led his comrades through, the little town In farewell. Ifom the Powers tfulomobtlo 'Mary I.ana kissed her hnku to this beloved llmjce, nnd. Kva Towers, who alone with1 her father knew bf his burled pash wavpd her bid In fervent recognition nnd encourugement that tolil him that came, .honor and gUrT ivcra " bis portion, 3