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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): January 9, 1919 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1919 cen1919010901_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 9, 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. 7 HE ItXTn TKAR Want Presidenev. Commissioner of Afrrl.n1tit.a And is Not Certain Whctlw a. When, js Impressing upon the 1 I er Ho is Democrat or County Clerks of the state that the new dog law wllf.btf Inforced to the I I TW 1 still tatfaflffCl lrlstmas letter and anyone. vIolnHnta da nmvla. l sticking tianglnMA.St 111 gsp Red Clover Seed. vs. lOnS Will hflVM ftnft lA tilam. 1. 0F . .. . JamM PitrarifntT. Hvktva nt xaTsii and rfot the sheriff of the county" o) John J. Pershing, who is being boostWa are now boobiHC orrlera fnl jt ed as Republican candidate for Presitho Commir jlonerf go on choice lot of Homo irova Rail CIo. In r recent letter to County Clerk dent, says the Impossible is being at- (lief In er Sead. llama erown clave, la k.i. tamnfprl Tho MM...J..V.i at.. Bcurne, he sayj tar this year than Northern aaeJ. Call! American jlrmy Is out of .Tvmnifhir "'Please Imprvss upon ynut people I ar lelephona for. prica, with the itfugbC.ii nice PXif.Wat that this law i rolnir tn Kn lrf..,1 lludion, Hugbea and Farnau. I especial mention. maee, mulssWoncIay and If anyone Violating Its mo. ! if eaught, should not blame the sheM.'&A MfP1I-If- f and never x, Intense- Horse Killed or this Dsnirtm Sweet lybut one thing and that was to win "Kentuelnrnrllv hai the .war. That rial ncr ffnnn I. a ..m Tho Jpanfv V.what thty call Man wnen she should havffnve million and with a rigid enforcemenfof this law,' wishes to return to a life of tranquil. Irwin Simnann Iriijlmr .That r.taila tt.1. f 'r?ICn tint tnn. bToom iiy and peace. ... . J, CUUM was moving to his arm "fn Garrard it should be onlv a nulla, nf MlAOnl&pm tft hnvA infi frtAlUW Tn In fact Thaodora Rooiatalt. until every farmer is the owner never took the honored commander , ounty, and In com- ot any Interest in politics, pntenrtt In top. rfr6vf of thrifty a herd of sheep, The war has ing Ihrouth Nlcholasvillc. a Snillharn .. v auTai- -t never voted and doesn't know, whethnkn a..!.!... -- SADDEN me- necessuy o an increased fiuic.ii er he U , A DemAvrnt n, niT7an'.,k1I... trafn. mghtened Ws team which fan production lummcr'i btM. ' V. lHf.Ull.Ul, . of sheep ahd he Deparl- . t ......... i u Dimpion was . -. ir, or uirown irom .ncnt will Use all Ui nnv.r. .t it. as he followed the flap finm nn. tw t the wagon at the ton of th hill kit ot the world to the other too fast to Wt command 'lo' promote hnd .protect Ir ... . . . . Press. ' encourage assuming the .duties of iiiuiTQuiourg street ana the team run n. M. Arnold of Danville hai lut ' citlie'nshiD. hlll.with the wagon which mat industry," clerk, What h wanta (a mim "Roosevelt. The countv of r.nmirA v...- not politics. received Kireiton Truck Tlr,e ' .' was' loaded with household furniture. . , issued up to daUabOut 1,050 lcen which will be greatadvantBe . , At the Intersection of Warrodsbunr . v -- V' -to tho truck OWnen of tnn eighbor- . .'7-jb- S juirt .treet the team and wagon ses to the dog owners of the'eoonty, I ians Ing Counties, and same will be in Fatal and Life Ended Dur- - collided With a bio- truck driran l.v XV SOME QUESTIONS ANSWEREb ON THE NEW DOG LAW. Lieut-- E. oixraiion in n very short tlmfc Vink Harris, which was loaded. . r)n ing His Sleep Watch for his advertisements later 1, It is unlawful for an von e tn of the horses was killed outright and. Lt. Edwards cave un a lucrative of the. other received a bad cut on the Practice In his countv to enter th. Wj In New OYSTER BAY. N. Y U.n. leg. The. waeon toiurun struck ths or after January 1st, 1919 unless said Ecrvice of tho U. S. Army early last summer, 'the following letter will be Dr. Penny Is now.loca.tr.1 in M. dd re Roosevelt died in his sleep early cab on the truck and loosened it and uog or dogs are licensed. piece of the inllnterod 2. Feel lat mnla" r?n tl All agerly read by Jiij friends here. . new and .IWK. r Mm UnnriA7 riW elaanla i offieti on Rich Monday morning at' his home Saga a x I Th tongue siruck Mr. Ham's on the right subsequent mala dogs' 2 each. more Hill the mond Street, In the "Base Hosnital. Camn Travii Tea-Central Hecord believed-t- in this village. Death is leg the dislocating his knee. The Injured silk have been due to rheujna 1st female dog 2. . AH subse Central Record, ft of of workman and the TV building.. . tha ranUaltat flam UrltfrtV. fT . .. . ...I LI- imai leg was put in splints and It is ex quent femalo dogs $4 each. Lancaster, Kentucky. When In need of Dental work, ask Lthes-llnIs your nly true demo-I- f 3. No additional fao la aU It has now heen nhnnt f At,. M.nlh. T23r' Colon' eulTered a severe at- - pected that it will be several days be M. K. DENNY tha Dentlal I or . "' .. . r .I..HH..II I In. ,iil - v. . owner I iu Hours 8 W 12 A AT iim onuI bciiuicu ra i rn.a .Tf. if. i.valued1. - nuio iu oe ool, charged license. by County Clerk, for since theleft Garrard County and Vent to 4 P . M. I v t Ye4r, D was into bat n,)nB believed service of tho United Stntea at J200 and the Issuing n our soldiers come home thev Offico Phone 2lt. Home phone 4. Collntv Clerk ahull ia.no ll.n. Army. Possibly some of niy, friends Will be .bl. to tell u, what a Chrisf-. . . V will be glad to know of my where. " journal. ses whenever applied for. nt mS In France is Uke. and manwtoV .'laOSeS 1 obaccn RnVn. mosi oi aunaay ana retired nt up trwin oimpson js well known In S: The law SDeeiflea no llmii sibouts. 111 7W iii v.. .i.i. k. ..ir... this County and his friends here are A dog is a dog as soon as whelped. origin le- - o'clock that night. n I am now on dutv at tha Base Una. .S.a.J 7tZ iiT1.7 IfJFT -. . Iitroved the larwa unknn triad ha aieSna.1 uUh , Tha Hurt tlm. At lnh...n i... 6. The liceutc fees collected un- Pital, Camn Travis. Texas, in the I LbR I . . 'S Iment at der this law are for bm.ofMr. J. I. Hamilton hm department I left veil s aeam was lAanelican ... -- . .i.ssr.jr .a. eolors ...cannotI ini. i TUftadav mornlni-- Ahnnt. " last II.. enn be dMrrm4I101L m.. as nearlvl"grei "e accment mentioned above.. cense fees Collected hv1919. Said li- Greenleaf. Port Ozlcthorna. Camp. lm.il. ..Ta tI . Pnnnlu CMa!,. . .J .' I fin . wa r or Deputy shall be turned over to the where I was stationed previous to . Hi? 'Wilson Cables County Treasurer. The Commission- coming to this place, Dec 20, 1918, jacked puions, but n .wny. a minute or I . 4it3 ,,uwi mvius aumv TBiuauje urmi",VUk hiny. Jn implements, among thents 700 tyo. befori' - hi- s- attendant,. James To Theodore Rnnnovolt er of Agriculture ia tn and spent Christmas enrnute here. fded nation among . v .lAmoa. Uiiiftiin. aCIa'...! (corn crusher and engine;' Tkit- cent of the total amount collected for I am not expecting to get out of licenses. The County Clerk of De- - the army for several months nolnsurance". has been m tha employ of the Colohe! AValTilnirton. Jan. 7. hv A'. Pl et fit aai neara limy receives zsc for mi-- ii.an.. i. many doctors hn needed It, h. on tho sued. The Tax Commissioner or As- demobilization of the army, te the mllitarv . .Was r PaLadam hail haarf When we left Greenleaf for southern-Wa,M.al sessor receives 10c for each dog listed . .ufitt mlftht Texas, ;wefwpected to run into a I iwvit. .IIU.U.UCU 'uv in Dyinim.Kennel 11 . .v is 1.7... a PuaM logic mru ' naru w 7. warmer .llmsf. V,n f .... lwu,Ujll CUIU-I tan can be suppueo I V nr" mm AW jeiurnea wun her the for.iqtste Department! Inaure your oronertv ' wl.h Rainaa (wch in divldul dog In a kennel by er here than in Georgia, consequently' pmg pest. .;mm. rihart, ." raer iTrsiaenL .wm Woodrow Wilson, President Of the' ana your losses will be paid promptly. no.aav.lt .owner stlittnc .nnmKi. nt Jam I1C .. wa. Iraraedlnte!v summon. f!ni,.H s .... .a . v. .V ... ' mv fnmllv and n.,,a.1 iuito Sn V . .a iiau la.,n 4aai .vttnlaaaaTa7 A... . . ..ii I ed. "A reclamation In tha nannla nf PeCtS to be keot in Vennal nnS than several colds but are better now. wjuonl i , .. rr-r n Welcome Visitor. i. .....L.. . io c.ni. iLna. iinira'Krata.upon payment of fee stipulated in With best wishes and a Harm? Neir it. atwucvaj LaieDnonea p in state I .1 . ..... ... la rMtln Tf iaw, county Cleric can issue lcense, Ycar to all our Garrard Counly Mr. William Beailey, son of Dr. .u.Mi uto.vi., couaii oi ino lormeri -- Jt pecomea. my sad duty to s. It will not and order sufficient dunliratn irnni friends from ' and he came to the Roose- - nounce officially 'the death of TheS- .C T .1 t. .t.ll..a I anrl Trai Vlf Pn-ln- .. Telegrams dore Roosevelt, gclus, California, was a welcome vis veit ho,me Immediately, President of tbe tags oi the same serial number as li- 1st Lieut. J. EL Edwards and famlly.' larger site, P. S. Please change my- - paper aispatcned tp the Colonel's chll. United SUtesrim September U, cense td supply each dog in said ken-Ji! ltAA LI. . 1. if. 1.. a n i were vhn ,, , dran with tag of sarte number and li from Rossvllle, Ga., to 101 Itoutt St., taora In Ali.av.Maa.. .1 .L - t n . . a f . . t . .a.. cense, bald dunlirntr tn h. r,rAr.A San Antonla, Texas. . '. . . ret ; .. .. irom .oehler Stamp and Stencil Co., noW,' h.y. either direct or thru Maple Ave., Residence . the ex." trips across the pond, bringing, re-- , puT ft'nn,i, Arc'hlo Rooie-lim- n li&i.Whv In hi. .(.oil. 11,. iTlia.'i'oi.i.. mis department tW exJcalser turning troops, from the war fPgnt b,,d' And Building- - Lot 8. County Clerk is' ttrMeliver or. v,it thfJ rallroikaal and run him around I ir. .nii.i.,1 ta. i New York Srin.lhaa Inat nn n( ii. mAaf Jr.c..i.v..i ' ...) i. 'f of "tense to owner or ii im .wen remem day night for "Boston; where tbe Cap. "and patriotic clttiens, who had with tHe service. Public Auction no Ibered here where he was born about ulnVllfe' father-I-s ill- Mrs. Ethell deared himself to We people by his tiPrty "PP'y'ne for same antf keep car SATURDAY, JANUARY Hib, 1919,' nl ber twp children are (n strenuous dovotlon to their interests r0" CW s well as stub for his owr i Uter Dioviwr to AT 2.30 P.M. Aiken. S. 01 ... and tn 'h. n'i.MU m. records. 9. Trontlncr about 200 feet Countv Clerk almnf.l mlva aa. condolencJ an3 sym-- 1 countrv. ia. oaLS. pour in from all parts "As president of the Police Board tlce either by advertising in a news arMAPLE AVENIIR. Tjinr...f. if nay. loal. NoBtUf Alfalfa tend S.L ? .. countrv aa unnn ni th. ni.. nf of his native city, as member of tha paper or any other practical method rebuilt and attractive nWRI.IIKn' navy :i ; T ..laws in me... Molalls feed makes Colonel .Roosevelt's and NEW BARN. cow give death beramo legislature and Governor of hi. oi tne lact. trait nil dn aUa. I pd better milt. Known. r i Sute, as Civil Service Commissioner, ihrould come to his office on 'or. before . innaaa.. aa.wav.. w7 The former PreiTdeht mm a in Kl as Assistant secretary anu procure license for and recently occupied oiiuary of the Navy, any uog t. fiagamoro ' ; Hill front the as Vice President and s On' December 28tiy 1WB. at the or dogs owned, kept or bar Henry, is practically new, not ono AfT T7 P? President of dollar to bo SDent to imnrnva Itx era. IrSS?" Christian churcji parsonage in Pan- - Kootevelt IUspUal'oChristuiM dtiy, the United Krai'p. I. . .l;.f,lo.,..l .,1. uofeajoy.nim. fc! 10. AD expenses Incurred nndar pearance. convenient, n'ewlu- - Tuilnt.d butacweek later with a ministrative powers o'f a slirrial o'rder "w do m' ,he ReT' mitb,1 tinhed jn islr- - cavara K . ,1. ,.1 Ae rhAnrMatiam plastered, new porches, fences and n and conducted the! affairs of thise IhlS act tO bll Mma Km , innnlu ...... fflH InKFlirnl . 1. at.. in i .Q.t . ., f sciatica, irom which he had ben suf. various bffieea-twltmi,uu.iiui,,uu-Brnouss inat a eonrentratinn .....vii Miut an incureu. '"'.." M"? ..should fanev that il noouj r " sonje time,L.Tbo rheurnaS of effort apd a watchful are which ji iss ciimdcui ueaziey and Mr. ferlrig-foil. laOSCvtags: can bo'supplied by 4 head of stock and 1 acTO tobacco, : BtL.',: an attack of wlm, KMtr Tb, btJda over $600 worth sold Out of th'ls "ham tishi affe'c,te4 bViicht Jiafld and It permitted ho divergent from tbe line tatra which nrJ immlmi.l th. 4 -' ; i niirK iviill.ii Ut daughter of Mr. anAaMrs, .Wl JL, his Voom andTptprts'-twre- " oi iiuiy no nan del nitelv set for him IU.QOD and marked "llnntiilA" Tlil. this year. REMEAIBER. hiilldinc Ia). aa a mcthoj has been adopted, as more sat- ni4dt; to self. roM,pna,, Iw.&ll.L.. a L.. t.i . . hinks winter W H street sell siactory win iniuuie, others " the for tbe .VorMi, f .1 W .nen.u C llonel'rf.tfrmlrrv. Mlu .TnaanklA. ed "In the? war with Spain bo display- - gisjea as thannumber previously sug otherthan on higher or' more readMAPLE AVEjhjE. .'.)y.theCor the ainimlan fnltlntliM' hW.l of lost tags re ily ....... ...v ..uw.ii'.a "u have Ihe ejESS o ' ' ported far.exceei1, evneAtntlnna There is a reasoni, v -, 8T?om la a Prosperous young Strieker, called fosee bltuijVut thr distinguished" himaelf among the Bg up some, moflnSli ...w.i.i It. I. think ."5 U ivllhln il,. fl.u,i"tis. uwing to the, tinusual street front-:- e iho recently ratumod fmm Colonel Oil Ul.anln hra iAtA '' 37....... 1. of the armyJn the flsld. As ...ia ih. of this nrobertv wn 'urlii .. Ta,'or Y''"8 h h" been, ifit I ITg were placed at ha.lt ina'sf in' . aaa.ua... i,i . rt.'.'..,-ai.''.- liailltll II .t a LOUntv Llerk to rutn '.ml i..H.n.i rr..i.i.i. ub I.UID inn raytpth.barthrougK dwellinrr and Oyster Cajr Monday , w,. a.n..a. Ollili ; " of Unco Jm,.andba. n dangers of private, .contro which he. deems advisable In order Vf"snow. ..hi.iw It mar h,.nt .V'V,:rc Appropriate lots 'and th'en as' a wbole. r Flaffa war. 1t Italf ta.l .V. lurkeiTin 6Ur financial and wno ' rlenuius fun. industrial tlnced bf the fact that a tag & act- .ut4 x 'ij ,pi nvinning one congratulate White Houia In Vt'a.tilnAA .1 uajiyiosi wubiK systems.' H was ''by thifs to who. will maks (.aTkIU t iijim . 1....ij: ..1".T . i, . Jdeai ur companion. tbe attention and 'itlmnl'.llnu. ii,a Oil' This could be do,ne either by re late possessfon.'balanceTn i ari5 2 itonanlshlni neculiarltv of lor ""n Ask to be shewn, this, suburovery;hi5Aaiidhore station of tho purpose of the c,Wntry that be open- - at affidavit or anv aatlafapfnn years. Hfcrl, Italy's erack iroon. : '"Jt. spending, severuliidai-. .in ; ban, attractive- and nlrw .aa.... ' .. MTaI. ...... S he.. mav fieetde linnn . if a!il...3i,-..l...111. Ill If f ' y 'J is ipsi iiy never.wauc. They are "MJ '(ire re--, PJVfanil nt every army post and can a.L.'.vHWsii.evcssary Un evasion of ihe law is THE D. A. THOMAS Realty; Agency. shot Cancaatrf, and' are now at Unment athomnnif al.roal '.. laha. and bnneflcicnt ref.'rma. supposcUways to advance ot ihe lilted, homf of tha Pt'd' Harent. tut of the member Df the noted national wt'Ur In pantdp. "lfl private Jlfe was charncterited run. drnrch- - ,hs Public of- ngur; HV a aimniifMtv. or ifck field. If wa comU only w"l a tb POU'jKeepIng sooij. . v. r - - j t. Virlnn nml .it. .....v ... ... .- Buckeye-M- t. ,, . , He WHS bufl.l.vtiir,'nJ''l .1... Hebron J If these VOUnia aoldl.r. ing Implgirinti": il'liiuii lYwrmy oi on aamiration and ,p. .1 . "lly their Fruits ve shrill know ter Bay, as a ploln Anierjcon citron emulation Vf tnnppoople of 'America. Churches Open Again. Immediately before the ante a,'-.,- ',' ' them!" Not SO California and not ni aortner treltderit of tb "In testimony of the respect in The "fid ban" liavlm- - haan llfia.i Maple AVenue property, I will 'on ' I'rlnc.taW. ttjKi, the niosfJs RtdWcrs It woiild seem. Of late, that United States, in accordance with his' which his memory is held by' the w.v . SATURDAY, JANUARY 11U...19.9. nrnAltAall. and thA. entdamip ,...v..i.i.iij aVectablWlVe prwent HoheiSollaKi. is to say snve 117, complaints have V.111 ...was laid at rest v,a0, ..i n--. Ji.9.m people of the United away, 3 .. ...."ill ja Mm. the. Buckeye and Mt Hebron. IHSiJjviJJ0"8 rtnainsl'ln ppurea ovcrnne country by tbe buck- Sa-- plot or Pfllrfn fi.llAi.tlAn Ia I I.A States, I do hereby direct that the " cqurcnes ore mobilising their sell to the highest bidder : et fulls ab&Jit the terrible condition VTHnt-- .AmnlaAV.itl.. .1- - dags 7ProTSKO( that his only folio flit) Vhlte House ahd the t ev uaptist (a aimnl. r!irm,n n.W- - fruits have reached theii1 .la.Hn.ii., bagamore Hill which he lavud so elt cral of inir personal nronertvi forces for the departmental 'buildings bo dis- - We hope everywork of the new yphr. .One two.Jiorsewagon', g0od f VaJbva,ben wellvftr fh Jfom this member will vlarilv The nnh as olj' neraltxllcs:i .. .l. .... fmjod at'hHlf staff for a peridd";pf fine .llllina, tlaA... ... theTtribe If they had c3- th"complalurs forgoi. tfia't Enlsconal aervlr ...l, .l..,ul. II iniriy aays, ana mai suitable military fall in line os we begin our 1910 one this! waa a season of nr nn.l tv. w was read by the rector of the llttlf march for Tho Master, Com Planter; ibltian within such 'and naval honors under orders of tlu . t a There Will he KKrvlAea nt n.i.t.... One Un t9 Vtilia- - T.I.... I1IW, f thev.-erT lucky to have ahnlM vuuii-- I. '.. .111,, jr al... wuera nv nau wor if SarTHWiea nf Wn af.IL. tj9.. Saturday, numba.fi.bf other useful farming p. 'M. January 11th at nny irjuc at all. Probably now thar shipped with his famllv TUSrV Jvas be rendered on of'the funeral Sunday School at in imr 230 a T?itheJKY. Trlbun tha argument Is over, shipulmr "hv none of the riainanr?ltLSfmLanra niauii.-- imnlementa ft uuiid inn gsTcnin ut pt pay aft ft rait1 will come 'S hrtll1.' 11 0n Sunclay WO"""!? following. Nine Stands of B.es; Into Its ofrn Pgaln and assoelated wl tfi? passing "of great in the year of our Lord? fie m hunlrel blllieti dT tha old Standard Of model trananort. men, butth eJrnreaanra Bot.li churches will continue their reg- - 176 Busjiels of Coal, under shelter. nf. V1a. P... nine nuniiren anil ninatv.en an.i nr I nlni. InalalnlMX blari.i wlta . ..a Several wagon loads' of kindling and. les will return. Until then, dent MarshaI,'who Represented Presi- the independence of rvi.i mn i.uj,- .. L . Tl tho United States Health, permits public .a aiq aJLtain yi atuvB- WOOOa mekrt'fenjuifiuat vay.fim dent Wlllaal n.. T raeetinits. akt pnes,ir.g. oi America the on hundred an4 fo D. F. Sebastian, Fastor. One UCS! billlotliKn for r ahd "Wardrobe t reprjsenUpife the army, and Admlra ' SU MTk. -- ...I aalft. Wo Aboui .a Several csr.loailaaatailmUili. On. v. .t r imiow, me. nsvy, added t? "WOODROW WILSON. ' Several carloads of WumneaaA Kei . . ' iatlonVW at4oisr Work. Corf Just rsieeSa.' t SB" the ceremony- the illimltv nf tk. "til. IV.. Taa.Ua.t P.. -- I. T. lt ' w. a.w Block ClJuiA, received. T..... l. 1 - . i G4rsd Mllllna- - Co nation. Y . Acting Seer, ,Uxfft , Carrard JtilHng Co. J. T, Mr. Cotlen Seed Meal for Sala. Robert Griggs nad a very narrow es- Ilud.on, Hugbes and Farnau. wedneiday when the Sedan Vhv werfc In. unaet. Mr Rl.t- Mr. George lUowS sold a young . . ' -- I tdaio mare to Mr. ,pf Michigan ri'V A Irirint Wna Hrlvlni. 4h. a..' None'! the fcccunants were seriously 325. i"aT.mm. t2 3crtJr3,J,n. Klnnalrd's. LANCASTER, KY., THURSDAY' AFTERNOON, JANUARY 9. 1919. Narrow Escape. Garrard's Rural Schools DOG LICENSES Mr and Mm. Frank Drawn. tin Fine Shane. Suva centbaTTr FroTt b NUMBER 41, Slat Supervisor. ' KEEP COUNTY CLERK BUSY Over 1,000 Issued Gen. Pershing Will Not Run. Does Not . jOi-man- (J lion. J. Vlrell Chunmnn St. I. I uurnt School Sabervlior. waa In Cttkr. rarrl last week, the mieit ot Miaa Jan. fcie Higirlnj-Antogether they Inspect ca ux Kari school of the county, I Mr". Chaptnan SDoke verv comnllman. tary 6f tho schools and said 4n his report he would place near the top, In fact It Is Iiederai the best onrnnlird ami It I would-b- e one of four he would make r. OOK "Fool" Peas. And Injured. VJE" well-mea- TO" Monday-morning- J-- Truck Tire DEATH y.i rormer President y. . - f r - A. , . .. El ft c fffltaaaaaaaaaaBliHT- IXBi e - . - cWfXr Interesting Letter From J. Edwards. Quarters. I rl. 1 -- 1 X 5ii"w The-hor- se ' " -ii. .'" a V?rU. i''3: a .tMltt,Sii..rt,lB,W ..w in . 1 rlvt fni-'.it-.r r- - - a inli. y 1 &W'&fBg2M ,"vf ."J"," BH"''.-t:a-- i,.n . Tribute f-- p L. htrve-kaK- 1 Hjft Z l. 1 1 - . ' I " Mt i PP. : a! c0' At W.l Si mlnJLi ,. JllZ7 r ir; . iiraimKii j l"""! at oT?l.n OTuica. s n ...! f""' "V-"i- nv was'-ftricke-n - " e ii)...t..Y y be-n- ru ..,.. t Wst ""'Y'on"""ye iiM...! T -- -( cr i WiV ' - X?-n,- tab.tn t - " s "".". turd ippy1i-5upl- ., . 'i "tl I M 1 a- Sale O.-a- ' . :..r.T' -l . . ' U..-...- I n tfo-i-- n to I lDraesUc-for3ii- (i s ni-- n .ll the-dn- man-dea- n i 1 - s)frr. 1 1 ' ... J - -. yji Ml I . st,; ", a - b-- 1.2-S- t. If . af .Vl- f"T, A "J i The Central Record, Thursday, Jan 9, 1919 When French Was Alsace-Loraine. UNITED STATES SELLS 200 MOTOR TRUCKS Fifteen Hospitals Will Be Sent to Stricken Armenia. The United States Government, which Is nldlnjj In every wny the work of the American Committee for Itellef In the Near Kast (formerly the Armenian nnd Syrian Itellef Committee), has Just given out the information that It will turn over to the committee for a nominal sum fifteen American Army hospitals In France and two hundred within a short time. Wheat was plentiful In a district not far away, but there were no facilities for transporting It to the starving sufferers. For this reason the committee has purchased the KM trucks from the American Government, and plans to buy more from the Ilrltlsh Army, which, though Impeded by the necessities of military operations, has greatly aided the distress In the Near East. As n consequenco of malnutrition, sickness Is rlfo In many communities throughout the Near Kast. Diseases which the people could resist If they were adequately nourished have taken root throughout all this territory on account of the wasted lmdles of the whole population. Ilepresentnthes of the commltteo report that aside from starvation the sanitary condition nrc revolting nnd that children go tin- - Dis- placed By German in In these days of the restoration of Alsace and Loralne, we see frequent reference to the famous little story Classe". by Daudet, "La Dernlere Rives n very This little "close-up- " humorous picture of one reception of the order from Berlin, "That morning I was very late in going to tchool, nnd I was afraid of bcinc scolded, all the more that Mr. llnmel had told us that he would ques tion us on the participles, and I knew not the least word about them. One moment the iden came to me to miss school and strike out across the fields. The weather was so warm, so One heard the blackbirds whistle on the edge of the wood, and in Ulp-pe- rt field behind the mill the PrusAll this at sians were exercising. tracted me more than the rule of the participle, but I resisted and rat. quickly toward the school. In passing the town hall I saw n crowd before the bulletin board. For two years there we had seen nil the bad news, the battles lost, the requisition., the orders from and I thought without slopping, 'What is it this time"! Then ns I ran across the place I saw Wachter, the blacksmith, with his apprentice following, rending the bill. He cried to me, "lou needn t hurry, sonny, you'll always get to your school soon enough now". I thought he mocked me, nnd I ran into the little yard of Mr. llnmel all out of breath. Ordinarily during the commencement of school there was a great racket heard as far as the street, the opening and closing of being repeated desks, the lessons aloud, the pupils stopping their cars the better to study, nnd the great ruler of the master tapping on the desks, "A little more quiet". I counted on all this noise to gain my seat without being seen; but on precisely this day nil was 'as quiet as a Sunday morning. By the open window I saw my school-mate- s already in their places and Mr. Hamel passed and repassed with the terrible iron ruler under his I had to open the door and en ter in the midst of a great calm. Imagine how red and frightened I was! Mr. Hamel regarded me without anger and said very sweetly, "Go quickly to your place, my little Frantz; we have commenced without you". I strode to my desk and seatThen a lited myself immediately. tle recovered from my fear I noticed that our master wore his beautiful green frock coat, his finely pleated jabot and his black silk skull cap that he wore only on inspection days, or at the distributions of the prizes. All the school seemed unusual and solemn. What surprised me most was to see on the benches at the end of the room usually left vacant old men of the village seated in silence like us, old Hauser with his triccrne, and the old mayor, the old post-ma- n other persons. They all looked melancholy; old Hauser had brought an old ABC book, all ragged at the edges, which lay wide open upon his knees with his great spectacles rest More nston ing across the pages. ishing than all this was Mr. Hamel, who was mounted in his scat and raid to us in the same soft, grave voice in which he had received me, "My children, it is the last time I shall hold the school. The order has come from Berlin that nothing but German shall be taught in the schools of Alsace and Lorraine. The new To-da- y is master arrives your last lesson in French. I beg you to be attentive". Tlfcse words overwhelmed me. Ah I the miserable words ! Tills then was what was post' ed at the town hall. My last lesson in French! And I could write only I should never learn with effort. I should always remain more! ignorant. I regretted the lost time, the days I missed hunting nests or skating on the Soar. My books that this hour had seemed so tiresome, so heavy to carry, my grammar, my sacred history, seemed old friends it pained me to part with. It was so of Mr, Hamel, The idea that he was leaving, that I should never see him again made me forget the punishments, the strokes of yie ruler. Poor man! It was in honor of that last school that he had put on his beutiful Sunday clothes, and then I under stood why the old men of the village were seated at the end of the hall This seemed to say that they regret ted they had not come oftener to the. school. It was also a way of return . i i i ing inanKs to our master xor imajor-t- y ir of good service, and of duty to the native land 'that had passed from them. These were my reflections when I heard my name, called. It was my turn to recite. What would I not have given to be able to' say in full the famous rule of participles very high and clear without a fault; but I was confounded at the first words, and stood balancing against my seat heavy hearted and not daring to lift my head, I heard clear! Could any scene be more repulsive to well fed Americans. These weary travelers, driven miles from their homes, are happy to get a share of a dead animal's flesh. motor trucks, no longer needed since the signing of the armistice. Each of these hospitals contains 100 beds and complete equipment except for kitchen utensils. The buildings In which these hospitals will be housed In the Near East have been erected. With the hospital equipment the committee will purchase large quantities of medical supplies which have, been stored In France to safeguard the These health of American soldiers. supplies will be rushed to the Near East from a French port. Careful surveys of the situation In the Near East Indicate that lack of transportation facilities Is the chief emise of famine. Thero Is food enough to' keep the Inhabitants from starving, but ,It ennnot bo distributed to supply C2S.OO0 square miles of country. Thero are orily 60 miles of railroad. Is plenty of food In some eccflonsof the country where food Is grown, nut great distress In those In the which arrt not cities especially there Is great need. On one occasion wheat became so scarce In In community In Persia that the price) Increased 1,200 per cent. bathed for Indefinite periods on account of the scarcity of soap nnd that the population Is ridden with sores. Every day more moving appeals come from distressed Armenia, Syria, l'ersln nnd the Itusslnn Caucasus. Tens of thousands of people are as gaunt and hungry ns those gathered around the dead horse In the accomMany have been panying picture. without food for days. An Associated Tress dispatch from Salonika of recent date (December 10) reiorts Hint of the 2.000,000 Armenians by the Turks only 100,1") survived h of and that not more than the present Armenian imputation can survive until the nest harvest without outside help. Distressing ns seem these reports. It Is encouraging to know that even causes of ndvanccd emaciation, snch ns are shown In this Illustration, readily respond to treatment. With food nnd medlcil care millions can be made strong nnd healthy. Thirty million dollars, the sum to be sought In the January 12 to 10 drive, will help save 4,000,000 lives. Considered only as an Investment, It should be worth while. y he had been here with his littli yard friends", said he, "My friends, I Mr. Hamel say to me, ". "I shall not scold you my little and little school! The seats and the I. nut something atiffled him. II. . Frantx, you are punished enough. It desks had become polished from usage in that time. The walnut sap- routd not finish tho sentence- -' 'Then" Is this. All the days you said, "Bahl I have plenty of time. I shall learn lings had grown large; the hop: vine he turned toward the blackboard, tomorrow". And then you see that he had planted now garlanded took a piece of chalk, and with all he wrote as large as he' what has happened. Ah, it has been the windows to the roof. 'What It was for the poor man could; the misfortune of our Alsace to al- heart-brea- k to have to leave nil these things, and VIVI LA FRANCE!" ways put off Instruction till his forehead, are to hear his sister in the room packing Then he stopped, and now these gentlemen right to say to us, "Whatl you pre- their trunks, for on the morro'f they drooped against tho board, and, with-- , tend to be French nnd you know were to leave the country firevcr. out speaking mndo a sign to us with, neither to speak nor write your lan- Yet he had the firmness to hold the his hand, guage. In nil that, my poor Frnntz, school to an end. After writxig we "It Is finished.. ..go away." ? you are not the only one nt fault We had the history lesson. Then ',hc lithave all our share of reproaches. tle sang ba be bi bo bou. Over there at the end of tlio hall Your parents are not interested enough in your instruction. They old Hauser had put on his sptctacles For MEN and WOMEN. like better to send ,you to work on nnd held. his ABC book in both hands Men nnd women, nges 10 to 4S, the land or to the spinning mills for nnd spelt the letters with thm. They gain. My-selhave I not something saw how seriously he applied himself Uyho have finished eighth grade or Its Ilia volcu ! .nL.,1.nt nr. want,!, from rarh Have I not often and thpv did lilcuwlii. to reproach meT made you water my garden instend of trembled with emotion and it was to'r0unty, for business positions payings working? Chances for And when I wished to go droll to hear that we wished to laugh 11 n in 112.',. n month. trout fishing did I ask your permis- and to cry. Ah! I shall always re- promotion good. Experience NOT, member that last day of school! sion? necessary. We train you. Mall this 3 Then from one thing to another Suddenly the clock in the church COUPON Mr. Hamel spoke to us of the French tower struck twelve, then came the MtAUOHON'S Nashville, Tcnn. Box language, saying it was the most Angelus. At the same moment the K 87. Send particulars of yourl beautiful language in the world, the trumpets of the Prussians who had proposition. most clear, the most sound, that wo returned from thejr exercise burst must guard it among us, for when a under our windows. ...Mr. Hnmil Nnmej people fell enslaved if they held arose all pale from his chair. Never their language it was like holding the had he seemed so tall to me. "My Address) key of their prison. Then he took up a grammar and read our lesson. I wns astonished at the way I under n stood him. I had never listened to him so attentively before nor had he ever put so much patience in his All that he said seemed nsy, easy to understand. One would say that before he left us the poor! man wished to give us his knowledge, to put it into our heads at a single V stroke. The lesson finished we passed Now Is the time to buy and save money, We to writing. For to-dMr. Hamel which ho had prepared new copy-line- s guarantee every'car we sell. MI17 wrote in a large round hand-writin- g dn E. FRANCE, ALSACE, FRANCE, That was like the little flajrs Buick Roadster Wn that floated all around the room hang Baick, five passenger ing from the railings of our desks. How each pupil applied himself, and 1916 Oakland, five passenger in what silence! There was no sound the grinding of the pi(is on the but 1 91 five passenger paper. One moment June bugs en tered but no one noticed them, and Three the pupils applied themselves to the belongtask of writing as if that yet ed to France. On the roof the pigeons cooed low nnd I wondered as I listened, "Are they going to make them sing in German, they too." wh Time after time when I lifted my 1 Abrupt eyes from my page I saw Mr, Hamel immovable in. his chair, gazing at the L. B. CONN. Proprietor. objects around him as if he wished to Walnut;Street. carry away in his mind all his little school house. Think! Forty years II M II II ir--H 31 ii r ' $125. a Month ' f rzii pqac oa r USED AUTOMOBILES. 1018 1915 6:0verlaad, 19lf?r9400M $1150.00 550.00 625.d0 600.00 $425., $4.50 The Danville ffiJiM ) tXThrj DanvilleKentBckyrV f tS KIDNEYS WEAKENING? Kidney troubles don't dlslpp'ar or 1) W I V BUI ,ti.m,.l,.. ThAV ITrtW health with steadily, undermining deadly certainty, until you fall a victim to Incurable disease. Stop your troubles while there Is time. Don't wait until little pains become blir aches. Don't trlflo with dlseaie. To avoid future surferlni? beRln treutment with GOLD MKDAU Haarlem Oil Capsules now. Take three or four eerjr day until you are entirely free (rum pain. n preparation has teen This one of the national remedies ot Ilolrit land tor centuries. In less the xovern-merof the Netherlands granted a special tharter authorlilng Its preparation and tale. i ItIt RUSH YOUR TOBACCO LOOK OUT! The housewife ot Holland would almost aa soon be without food as without her "Heal Dutch Drops," as she quaintly rails COLD JIRDAI. Haarlem oil Capsules. They restore atrenath and are responsible In a preat measure for the sturdy, robust health of the Hollanders. Do not delay. Go to your drusalit and Insist on his aupplylng you with GOLD Mi:tAL, Haarlem Oil Cmaulea. Take, u are not them as directed, and If aliened wltryreeults your druBKlit will Kladly refund ycur money. Look for the name GOLD ItKDAL on the box and accept no other. In sealed boles. three sues. The Old Reliable MADISON RICHMOND, HODSEI KENTUCKY I It?.. Let Scott Do It. If youfarelgoing to have a SALE-TU- RN IT OVER TO SCOTT and get the benefit of his 15 years experience NO SALE TO SMALL AND' NONE TO BIG FOR SCOTT. Prices are way up. The Richmond market promises to tie thenae'sf in years and as usual the Old Madison is going to get the top prices . Y'fi II A. T. SCOTT, Lancaster. Kv. Garrard County's Leading Auctioneer. i IH for itscustomers. Plenty of room, andyour crop will get bur I We Wish You A Happy and Prosperous New Year. personal attention to see that it Brings e4ry cent it is. worth, no matter whether you are Res ent or"not. We guarantee satisfaction andthe horices you will get on OUR FLOOR WILL MAHfij YOU HAPPY. s tJe Citizens National Bank OP LANCASTER, KY. B. n F. HUDSON, President W. O. RiONcr, l i. i' - Ass'iCsjhfT Joe J. Walker. -- "V"F. CHAHP.Mhler. ON ROLL OF HONOR. J. J. WALKER, Vic PrestJicrflook-Keeper.' - ISDN mm war-h- : jT r r The Central Record, Thursday, Jan 9, 1919. LETS FINISH OUR LUMBE R ALL KINDS. JOB WILL BE PLEA OF UJ. IN APRIL BELIEVE OFFICIALS COUNTRY WILL litSE TO ITS DUTIES IN FIFTH LIBERTY LOAN DRIVE. Tho world at largo admits that the United States "started something" when wo went Into war, Tho treasury deportment officials at Washington that tho United States will bo ready and willing to "finish It" when the laat three weeks In April roll around. Tho last three weeks In April are tho weeks tentatively set for tho ITfth Liberty Loan campaign. And ono of the appeals to be mado to the public In the sale of the bonds will be the appeal' to finish the Job. A committee headed by 3uy Kmerson, director of the Liberty Ixxui CoromiUra of the New York district, was appointed at a recent meeting of treasury department representatives from the twelve federal reserve districts and delegated to go over the Ideas and views expressed at the conference" with an Idea of sifting out of thtsn a basis for a sales campaign In Spring. Two features flood out as obvious and convincing arguments for the purchase of bonds of the Fifth loan. One was the need for finishing the Job v,o have oa our Lands. Tho heavy expenses Incident to demobilization, return of the bays and or world-polkin- g reconstruction whatever duties 'may fall to us from the peace table must bo met. The proceeds from tho Fourth Loan are unavailable for theso purposes as they were rpent almost as soon as they were raised. The other feature upon which particular strres is to be laid. In tho opinion of tho men outlining the plans. feature, Is the investment in previous loan campaigns the prospective buyer has been told repeatrdly that bonds were a good Investment, the best Investment, In fact, but In the Fifth Loan this phase of the Issue Is to be more clearly emphasized. As an Investment the bonds will be particularly attractive from the standpoint of safety breausc the transition from a war to a pence bay la m the nation cannot have any other effect oa them than to Increase their value. Two Small Farms For Sale. m STOV GOOD KIND. Builders Hardware. 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 Stanford. FARM NO. 2. Of about 60 acres of land near Milledgeville, with a very nice home of four rovjft and some improve-merit- s. Located on a gooLJe. Will sell at a bargain. Would be glad to show to any prospective buyer. Call on G. A. Dinwiddie, Moreland, Ky. Or brother at Junction City or Stanford, Kentucky. Hervey Optimistic Thought ' Ho hath riches nuillclcnt who enough to bo charitable. & Woods PAINT LICK, KENTUCKY. W. 0. RISEEY- Funeral Lancaster, Makes the Whole World Clad. Lore "thlnketh no evil," Imputes no motive, sees tho bright side, puts the best construction on every nctlon. What n delightful state ut mind to live Inl What n stimulus and benediction even to meet with It for n day. Wind That Scorches. Tho name "harmattnn" has been given to n dry hot ulnd which blows from the Interior of Africa townrd tho Atlantic duUng December, January and February. Every plant, every bit of grass und leaf n Its course Is withered as though it had been seared by beat from n furnace. Appreciated Cats. When Mulal Hafid, sultan of Morocsucceeded to the sultanate he found the sacred city of Fez Infested by rats. Without any loss of time ho ut once nationalized all the cats of Morocco and Issued a command that many thousands of them should be brought Into Fez for service. For some time a law has existed In Hongkong making It compulsory to keep cats In every house, the number varying to the size of the house. co, Director and Embalmer. Residence Phone 33. halt "No, Or Chewing Gum. Rtandp, Willie," fxpinlncil ilse teetU ore cot stuck Willi twilh- - French Custom. Valuable Reproof. In France, tmtll tho Introduction oi Hie reproof of n good man resempostago stamps and the rule of douhli bles fnllcr'H onrlli; It not only remove the fixits froa: our character, but It Mttase for unpaid letters. It was con rutu off when It Is dry. Williamson. shlered III bred to prepay a letter nd dressed to a friend. Wool of the Llama. wool of this curious nnlm.il Is In Ilollvln, vthcro the largely In Tin- Office Phone 18. Kentucky. Point of Natural History. Two small boys were awaiting their teacher on the sidewalk. Ono began to crawl on hands nnd knees, unmindful of clean white stockings, nnd was corrected by the other lad, but would not arise, as he said he was n lion. "Lions don't walk that way," said the second little fellow, "they walk on their foots. The Guitar. The guitar Is an Instrument of six strings, viz, E, A, D, G, B, E. The strings. If sounded iogetber, would not make n chord according to the rules of modern harmony. It is not a difficult Instrument to learn and Its chief use Is In accompanying another Instrument or the voice In singing. Religions of the World. According to tho latest available figures, the religions of the world are divided ns follows: Christians, 504,510,-00Confuclanlsts and Tnolsts, Mohammedans, 221,823,000; 0; Anlmlsts, Hindus, 210,540,000; Buddhists. 138,031.000; Shln-tolst25,000,000; Jews, 12.203,000; unclassified, 15,280,000. People's Home Journal. Inttanta. Tito present name Is d from Tort Callo, the ancient iJ.inu of the town now known to us at Qimrto. if Portugal Once Ludtanla. Tortusa! was formerly known ni traveler may see Indian women, sitting before their huts and spinning tho wool, while they watch their flocks. These women use band looms, on which they nwko blankets and ue shanls. Well Called Devil's Belt. fcound. In New York, wns known, beforo tho revolution, and perhaps later, as the Devil's llelt, us may b seen on Sauthler's map of New It had Hell Vork In the Iterolutlo. Bate at one end and t nearly as tumultuous Kaco at the other. ns Island 8 Reformed By War THE silver lining of the war doad apparent to one man down in Greatest Nation Of Wasters Is the sign- T0BACC0 TO THE - - LANCASTER TGBACCQ WAREHOUSE STANFORD STREET. C. A. SPEITH CO., MGRS. 'We Pay the Highest Market Price and Un- load the Same Day. NO Vsf COMMISSION CHARGED. 1 Warehouse Phone 34 . cn Residence 245. S3 ing of tho armistice made it visible to all men. And this man saw it from a Utile different angle. He was S. W. S trans. New York fln-ncand preshJont of the Arcrican Socloty for Thrift. "The war has taught us as a peoplo mote about thrift than any other one thing which couM befall or has befallen us," Straus saM In a recent Interview. "Wo have practically doubled, war since the started, the num ber of families In tho United States who have something put by for . rainy day. "We hod been a moot wasteful nation up to tho beginning of tho war. Before war the number of persons who were drifting on without apparent thought or provision for the future wra alarming. Now there must bo upwards of twenty millions of cur people who own Liberty Bonds. They have cither had to save to buy them to save now because or have of contracting to buy thotn." Straus defines thrift as submission He does to discipline, not limit its practice to matters ot money but urges thrift in time and in health. "In tho present period of recafl; structlon," he went on, "and In the future every man, no matter how menial may be Uls employment, mu"t practice thrift, and every employer must see, first, that conditions aft cuch that his employees can practice thrift and, second, that they do practice It" 4 Giving up all pleosuies and recreations for tho sake ot saving money Is not thrift, according to the Straus view. Ho, says: "Pleasures which we really enjoy bring us definite returns In Increased It la the exhealth penditure of all we have for pleasure perhaps for pleasure which Is not euch to us but which Is cosstdcred the thing by our neighbors that spells We shall waste and extravagance. never beeomo a nation ot tightwads, as the expression goes." Straus does not believe that the teachings ot thrift should be dropped by the government as soon as the liberty Loan campaign U over next April. He advocates keeping at the lessons tho war has taught us, and after making a Plea for the teae.ntag "Of thrift In all schools, ha" concludes: Thrift Is the very foundation 01 an Individual efficiency and individual efficiency Is the foundation ot ail ucce&j." Now York City long before Hill After War Program. For Returning Soldiers & Others The world conflict of arms is over; that of commerce, industry and social reform is just beginning. The flower 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 be thoroughly prepared. Berea College, with its fixed high principles and ideals, makes this warning call to every ambitious young man and woman in tho great mountain region. Berea has been one hundred per cent patriotic through the war contributing more than one thousand students nnd 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, Aca'demy, Normal and College Departments. Berea recognizes that there are splendid people in the mountains who cannot get an education in the average high priced school, and to those peoplo a special invitation is given. There are two Important terms before this school year closes. The Winter Term, which begins January 1st, and the Spring Term, which begins March 28th. Tho cost for tho Winter Term, including board, room, and incidental fee is S40.00. For the Spring Term, $37. For full information and advice write to Marshall E. Vaughn, BEREA, "V. "T ' College Secretary. KENTUCKY. '-- J The Central Record, Thursday, Jan 9, 1919. DON! 5 ml mi King Freldrich August III of Saxony; King Ludwlg III of Bavaria; Duke Ernest August of Brunswick; Grand Duke Frcidrlch August of Oldenburg; Grand Duko Frildrlch Franx IV of Macklcnburg-Schwcrin- LET A COLD, Audio! Sale OF KEEP YOUAT HOME Dr. Ring's New Discovery almost never fails to brlnfl quick relief tiroat-tcarin- ; Prinz Hcin- - Small doses once In awhile and that g toon quiets down. Another dose ami a hot bath before Jumping Into bed, a rood sleep, and back to normal in tea raorninf. Dr. lung's New Discovery is wtU cnown. fifty years it's been relieving roughs, colds and bronchial attacks. Tor fifty years it has been selj by droggljts everywhere. A reliable remedy t hat you yourself or any mtmherof yourfamdy can take safely. Help nature take Its course, not with a violent, purga-tir- e, but with gentle but certain and natural-laxativDr. King's New Life l'illi. Tonic in action, it stimulates the lax bowiUu Sol J bydrugguts everywhere. cough, Land and Personal Property. My auction sales for 1919 will begin on DfiESDAT, J 115, (Rain or Shine). AT 10 O'CLOCK, A. M., When I will sell for Mrs. B. H. Nash, her DANDY little farm of 33 ACRES. 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 in good neighborhood. Good land, new fencing and the best watered little farm in the County. IMPROVEMENTS six room dwelling, in first class 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" struction it requires neither franchise, rail nor trolley, and so It ran compete favorably with other transportation agencies. It Is difficult to predict how general' target. its ue may become. It mny some Now a greater measure of liberty day become a customary thing for Monarchy's Worst thnn Europe has ever known 's open nmnkind to "fly upon tho wings of All thit Is needed the wind " In the nnnnls of monarchy, 11)18 to these peoples. will always stand out as the year of is the hnnd to guide them along the the big sweep. No other In n cen path aright. And the hand that set tho wheels in tury saw so many crowned hends motion must sec the thing through. . humbled. Other yenrs had their epidemics, That hand is Undo Sam's. Uemcmber thic in considering the their famines, their floods, their great next Liberty Loan. holocausts and their big winds. WHO SUSPECTS THE hoMANkidney trouble tad ba But 1918 witnessed the biggest top l ul nrwurr promptly for fck kImI U pling of tyranny in all history. tablcf dfirrotlr w1m rUl, II lb iUm? r ot properly periorala ibtlr fuMtkni of Czar Nick set the skids for mon prifl tb blood itrt,WMt product! aJ From the days of "Darius Green Europo when he abdicated archists rMMMMi Mid rtmata U llt ittm ta4 cv pwrrou.MM, thvmiie pais. bcisxht,Usful.r-soearly in 1017. Constantino of Greece nml his Flying Machine" to the presibukUi, avollrajolaia, tlffaew, pf- gave impetus to the regeneration a ent, what n wonderful development in fcr months later. Then King Ferdi- the art of flying there tins been!! hen we see the aeroplanes rising j nand of Bulgaria tossed up his Job. But It took the collapse of the Ger- nbovo ui, wheeling, circling, obeying c man empire to complete the kingly ctcry movement of the rudder, fraiort aad rrfuUtf in WcJtby aad oorrul action tJ UJmm ud bladder. brinfiM ritaa debacle. certainly renluc that man Is learning UmmJ, toumd oervts, cWar brad, oJ diftrio, Following dominate the powers of the nlr. closely the flight of to ctlta braio, uJ all 'round vitonrut bcafcb. Development improvement Kniscr Wilhclm to Holland In Novemand II. W. Tattor, Clrrt. AU- - writ: "Iff ilawfei la hldoar trowbla. I iritJ ibrca diffra ber came the stepping down and out both in the machine itself and the eaftftliea, t tweb IcUctMfolc mastery of It is in great measure due cf these rulers: nu inn.- ! Up to that time the use King Wllhelm II of Wurtcmbcrg: to the war. STORMES DRUG STORE. Tral nTliose Stubborn Bowels rich of Hun; Grand Duke William r; Krncst of Prinz Leopold of Llppe-DrtmolPrinz FreldWnldcck-Pyrmonprins rich of Schaumhourg-Llppc- ; Adolpho of Duke Charles Edward cf Saxo-Co- burg and Grand Duke Freldrich II of Bnden. , And but for the cntranco of Uncle Sam Into the world, war with his soldiers nn.l his $17,000,000,-00- 0 of Liberty Bonds to back them up, probably nil but ono or two cf these rulers would yet be sitting tight on their thrones. Democracy would have been' well- nigh n miraor, For democracy ai represented In iVmerica would have been tho next of the aeroplane has largely been for Its experiment and for exhibition. possibto fields of transportation Jind of practical use were already cCitwVi lently occupied by other jCJcfes. With the war came' the need, and mechanicians and aviators responded to lU More Improvement was prob-nl'l- y made during the four years of war than twenty years of peace woulJ have brought nbout. Now that tho war Is over the do- -. velopmcnt and skill gained will probably turn the aircraft to practical tvoryday uses. Tho aernplano Is already utilized for carrying mnll, and its field will undoubtedly be gradually increased to transportation of all kinds. Despite its present high cost of con- l Year Health nf-k- The Aeroplane. rt V IT IS ONLY IN THE LOUISVILLE COURIER-JOURNAL- .,, That You Can Read About THE PARIS PEACE CONFERENCE, as covered by the great Associated Press, The New York Times' special cable and wireless service, and Arthur B. Krock, The Courier-Journal- 's Editorial Manager, sent to Paris as a special staff correspondent CONGRESS AND NATIONAL POLITICS, covered at Washington by Associated Press and by Tpm Wallace, an Associate Editor of The Courier-Journa- l, and Morton M. Milford, staff correspondents. NEWS OF AMERICA AND THE WORLD, covered by Associated Press and an army of special representatives. 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Fairbanks Morse Gasoline Engine; a No. 9 Blizzard Cutter, 1 corn crusher, 1 fine jersey heifer; 2 two year old registered jersey heifers. Also a lot of other personal property. "BY-BIDDINtwo-year-old .the By Special Arrangement ' SWIiEMAD, The A Twice-Tol- d Real Estate Man veloping them Is in the long run not n gain, but an economic loss. A hundred and forty years ogo came a period when much attention was given to f )rmulatlns and securing the Itights of Man. It is tho duty .. . r.f ... .1.... uuuI generation . .ui ujr lo secure and protect the Itights of the Child. Down , THE CENTRAL RECORD Is Enabled to Offer THE DAILY COURIER-JOURNA- L LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. W. E. MOSS, Advertising Manager. And THE CENTRAL RECORD In Combination by mail for only one year at only $6.00 Regular Subscription Prices are ' Tale Child Labor. The revenue bill now under con sideration in the senate contains a provision for a tun per cent tax to be laid on the profits of products in Interstate commerce which are made with aid of child labor under certain legal standards. Tins will probably receive favorable action by the sen- - One of Interest To Our Readers Good news bears repeating, and when it Is confirmed after u long lapse of time, even If we hesitutod to believe it nt first hearing, we feel secure In accepting its truth now. The following experience of a Lancaster woman is confirmed after four years. Crab Or- Mrs. C, T. IJrummott, chard St., says: "My kidneys were 7 out of order and I had pains through my back. At times, I was nervous, too. Doan's Kidney rills made me "'feel much better and stronger in V every way." (Statement given Feb- , THE DAILY COURIER JOURNAL $5.00 THE CENTRAL RECORD $1.50 ruary C, 1912). LASTING BENEFIT. On November 17, 1910, Mrs. Drum- mett said: "I have had no return of kidney trouble since Doan's Kidney Fills cured rao. I know they are n flood remedy and I often recommend them to others," Price COc, at all dealers. Don't ask for a kidney remedy get Daan s Kidney Tills the same, that n Mrs. llrummett had. Co., Mfgrs., Buffalo, N. V. Fostcr-Milbur- to Earth. r.te. Mrs. IVavli.li suy that before they Tho purpose of this is not to raise with married Mr. I'cuvUli liked lo hear her King "Home, Sweet Home," revenue, but to prevent tho employment of child labor by making It and now he likes to hear her rattle Ulbhes on tho tablp. Gulvcston News. unprofitable. The war has brought home to us) Water Regulated by Pedal. the tact that the man power of our Pressing one end of u l country is her greatest wealth. It with the ii, not only the most valuable, but the foot admits cold water to a new wash-stanpressing dm orlii-- r iinw. deartst possession of all. hot water to How and pressing tho en We cannot hae strong manhood ure peuai inlrca tho two no that modand womanhood unless childhood Is erately warm water la obtained. protected, Is given opportunity for strengthening plry and for education. Only On Town. It is only thus that development of Previous to the great war, the only mind and body together can proceed towu la the old world ever raptured to the fullest extent. Any money gam produced by plac- by the United Mates was the town of Dome, In Tripoli, which was taken by ing a child at monotonous labor an American force uadcr General which dulls his "powers instead of de Eatoa In 1804. By taking advantago of this combination prico arrangement you save the difference, SO cents. (This offer applies to renewals as well ns new subscriptions lo either paper, but only to persons living in Kentucky or within 150 miles of Louisville, In other States.) If already you nro n subscriber to The Central Record or The Courier-Journyou may take advantage of this offer just tho same. Uy paying tho combination price now, you can have your present subscription to cither or both papers extended a full year beyond the present expiration dates. If you prefer an ovpning newspaper you may substitute Tho Louisville Uvening Times for the Morning Courier-Journat tho samo rate. If you wish tho big Sunday Courler-Journwith tho Daily Courier-Journadd $2.G0. At single copy retail prico Tho Sunday Courier-Journcosts for one year $3.64, You save $1.14 by ordering Tho Sunday Courier-Journwith this combination. t Send or bring your subscription and remittance at once to'tho offlco of al al al al al al THE CENTRAL RECORD, LANCASTER, KENTUCKY IT- - T-- -- J r r The Central Record, Thursday. Jan 9, 1919. BUCKEYE Mr. Robert Lnyton wa here on a few days last week. Mr. John Prlcfwas the guest lait week of hit brother, Mr. ami Mn. Dewey Price. Mr. and Mr. Homer Ray were the guests Sunday of Mr. and Mn. Harrison Ray. Mr. J. 1'. Trather Ii in Madlaon Co. visiting his daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Orcarltendrcn. and Mr. Ballard Scrlvner and children were guests laat week of Mr. and Mra. Herbert Whlttaker. Mr. Jeaao I'ralhcr of Illinois visit-r- d hi father, Mr. J. P. leather, and alater, Mra. Mai Carter, recently. Mr. and Mra. Walker Uradahaw and children and Mr. I'ermella Bogie vlaited Mr. and Mr. T. O. Hill. Rev. 0. F, will nil hit M. WE GOT THE PRICE The Home House broke! all records on opening day and will keep it up. His Busy Day. A man who stayed home with the children for half a day while his wife did her Christmas shopping submits the following statistics: 108 times Opened door for children 108 times. Closed it after them Tied children' ahoes 16 times. Number of stories read to them 21. 19 Stopped children playing piano times. , Smoke rings blown to amuse 'em-49- 8 POINT LEAVELL. Arbitrated children's quarrels 11 ' regular appointment here Saturday afternoon nnd Sunday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Morford, daugh- ter and son, were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mr. I L. Sander at Crab Orchard. Misa Mayme Crutchfield and Mr, Herbert Johns of Nlcholaavlllo were guests Sunday afternoon of Misses Sallle Lou Tester and Ethel Ray, Misses LIJa Mae and Nell Ray, Emma and Luln Smith, Mr. Abner Ray and Mr. Buford Smith were the punts Sunday of Miss Barbara Gul Every man who sold on our floors Monday is tickled to death times. Put doll carriage out 28 times. Brought doll carriage in 28 times. Mended kiddie car 5 times. Cautioned children about crossing Street 66 time. Children crossed street 66 times. 7 times. Peddlers rang doorbell Toy balloons bought for children 6. 3 minutes. Average life of balloon Dried children's tears 14 times. Assisted children to blow nosea 14 til 8. Telephone calls answered 100 Percentage of wrong phone no. Crackers issued to children 37. 12 Slices of bread and butter served Drinks of water s"erved 9. 87 times Refused to buy candy Questions about Santa Claus dodged 1,051. The statistician is now advertising for two nurse girls and a governess. Brooklyn Eagle. ley. DICKERSON. Mrs. Miry IU; Dickenon died Dec. 33th 1918, after n short Illness of pneumonia, following Influenza. Mr. Dickerson wa born Oct. 18, 18G4. She wa the daughter of the late Dr. and Mrs. Win. Iluy, of this place. In 1887 she was married to Mr. John Dickerson, who prr-edher to tho grave nine years ago. Mrs. Dicker son is survived by five chMdren, Mr A. II. Crawford, of Markvlllc. Kv.. V Mrs. K. R. Prewitt, of Elkton, Ky.. Mrs. George Ray of Buckeye, and iMiss Maymc Dickerson and Edward UMckerson, of Richmond, and thrtc brothers. T. II., John and Raymond Ray She was n faithful member of the Baptist Church After funeral service at her home In Richmond Monday morning at 11 o'clock con ducted by Rev. Green her pastor, af ter which her remains were brought here to her old home where service were held Monday aftemooivund the' remain intcj1Jn..the-- cemetery ' Top prices were the rule, and every customer got our personal Couldn't Afford To Advertise. Jud Shaw gold shoes and sealing wax, and lamps, fishpoles and glue, tobacco, candies, gum, and tacks, slickers and sardines, too; dry goods and hams were in his line; he dealt in peas and beans; he kept the general store in fine, sold overalls and jeans; but Jud, somehow, he wasn't wise "Couldn't afford to advertise". Not that he harbored any grudge against his home town sheet; he was, as anyone might judge, a kindly man to meet; his customers he treated fair, and yet ho prospered not; his goods Miss Luetic Lr.ckey spent the night with the Misses Tribbles during Xmas. Mr. Jim Scott and family are moving to their new home on Lexington pike. Mr. Theo McWhortcr has been visiting his cousin, Joe Beazley for n few days. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Green are the proud parents of a new baby born on December 28th. Mr. Emory McWhorter and family were guests of Mr. W. T. King and family last Sunday. Mrs. Emory McWhorter has been visiting her brother, Mr. Howard King near Bryantsvlllc Mrs. C. C. Sowders entertained a number of her friends at dinner on Thursday, during Xmas. Misses Nannie and Callie Scott SDent the night with Miss Lucile Lac key on last Friday jilght. Mr. Willie Henderson and family have been confined to their home with the flu but arc some better now. Mr. and Mr. Prewitt Thompson and daughter, spent the day with her mother, Mrs. Will Palmer, Sunday. Mr. W. B. Lackey bought the Mrs. Uettis property on Danville street, and will move to it in a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sowders who have been visiting their daughter, Mrs. Will Palmer returned to their home near Deliver Illinois, Sunday. CUNN'S CHAPEL. r 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. here S ' BJIYANTSVILLE Miss Julia Lowry is on the sick list, Miss Stella Mae Grow Is ill with the HOM E T WAR E Richmond, Kentucky, "flu". The Marcellus Private school open ed Thurw!ay. Mr. Lewi Brtaddus left Tuesday to attend Berea College. Rev. G. S. Conant and family mot ored to Wllniore Monday. Miss Zillah Dawes is the week end gurst of Mrs. J. L. Butler in Danville, Mrs Hubert Carter and sons, werf the guests of Mrs. Noah Marsee Jr., Saturday. Messr Charles Deane and B. H. Lexington to Halcomb motored PUBLIC SALE! Wednesday, Jan., 22nd, Thursday. Mr. Willard Brown of Buena Vista the recent guest of Mr. and Mrs. R. D Woods. Mis Annie Lee Eubank of Stanguest of Miss ford was tho week-en- d Jane Bowling. The W. O. T. U. n.M with Mrs. B. A. Dawes, Frld'iy afternoon. There were eight present. Tho farmer of Bryantsvlllc are rejoicing over thi good profit from tho tales of their tobacco. Mr. Ruthcr Shearer who ha been service, ha in overseas returned lio'r.e to spend hi furlough. Miss Addio Mae Marsee was tho guest of Misses Martha nnd Margaret Curtis, Saturday and Sunday. Mr. nnd Mrs. Taylor Noe nre receiving congratulations on the arrival of n daughter, Mattio Mac. Won! has been received hero of tho death of Mr. Clubb, who Is the brother-in-law of Mrs. C. M. Dcane and Mr. W. K. Davis. I Tho many frlrndt of Mr. Norman Grow will bo glad to hear that ho is flowing Improving after suffering with pneumonia. Among tho visitors In Danville tho part week were: Mr. Hogan Ballard, Mr. B. I. Swope and family, Misses Zillah and Amy Dawes. You can buy from the Garrard Milling Co. at the right price, Sweet Dairy Feed, 20 per cent Cotton Seed Meal Bran, Mixed Feed, oats, corn, Hay, Coal, Alfalfa and Molasses feed makes your cow give more and better milk. Mr. and Mrs. Hogan Ballard gave a watch party Tuesday night. Those present were Dr. and Mrs. Ii. A. Dawes, and family, Rev. and Mrs. Ccnant and family, Mr. and Mrs. Owen Moraland and son, James Bourbon. wn Having lost the service of John H. Potts, who has been milling for me the past year, and not being able to mill myself, I will on Mr. Wesley Simpson was In Jessamine last week. Mr. Taylor Hurt and little brother Clyde hive been ill with influenza. Mr. and Mrs. Dock Simpson were guests Monday night of Mr. and Mrs. John Land. Messrs Floyd and John Humphrey moved last week to the It. L. Burton place at Teatersville. Mr. Charles Grow has moved to were honest, one could swear he Buckeye and Mr. Hiram Land moved simply was forgot; for Jud, somehow, to the house vacated by him, he wasn't wise "Couldn't afford to Mrs. Louie Ncel spint the past advertise". week in Lancaster with Mr. and Mrs. Mail riier firms from out of town, Olhe Bogie who aro HI with flu. much wiser in their day, paid liberally Messrs Harvey Tester, Otis Stotts for their renown, and gathered in the and Lewis Murphy returned Tuesday hay; their catalogues went every' from a business trip to Lexington. where; they advertised for trade; Mr. and Mrs. Hobart Teater have their name went forth trumpets blare, gone to housekeeping in the house reand, ah I the coin they made; couldn't cently vacated by Mr. Ruthford Fain. afford, they were so wise, couldn't Mrs. Charles Grow was stricken afford NOT to advertise. Now Jud's stuff it was just as good; with appendicitis on Monday and was for an his prices were the same ; the loss was taken to Danville Hospital ours, he simply WOULD NOT spread operation. Miss Sallie Noel and Master Daniel abroad his name; though townsfolks might have much preferred in their Noel were guests several days last home mast to buy of Jud Shaw they week of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Miles. On had never heard you know the rea Sunday Mrs. Miles served a birthday son why, for Jud, somehow, he wasn't dinner in honor of Master Daniel. wise "Couldn't afford to advertise", Rev. D. F. Sebastian will fill his regular appointment at Buckeye Saturday and Sunday. The Sunday school services on the second and fourth Sundays will be conducted before the church services, beginning at Everyone is asked to 10 o'clock. note this change and cordially invited to attend these services. While moving from near Wllniore to his place recently purchased from Mr. Floyd Humphrey, Mr. Irvine Simpson ha'd the misfortune to have his team run away after becoming1 frightened at a passing train. One of the horses was killed and the other injured. Mr. Simpson who was driving narrowly escaped serious injury. 1919 Reasons! Why you should use Cardul. the woman's tonic, lor your troubles, have been shown in thousands of letters from actual users ol this medicine, who speak from 11 personal experience. the results obtained by other women for so many years have been so uniformly pood, why not give Carilui a tiial'f At 10:00 O'clock, at my home 10 miles North East of Lancaster, and 13 miles west of Richmond, sell to the highest bidder, my 50 BARREL FLOUR MILL. This Is. A Modern Mill, Sifter System, -coal-oiengine nearly new, also has water power in fair has a 32 Horse Power Fairbanks-Mors- e l shape. Also about 5 acres of land, and about 1000 bushels of wheat, and about 100 barrels of corn. A lot of Farming tools, consisting of cultivators, harrows, rollers, plows, harness, buggy, ' blacksmith tools and etc. Also 3 head of work mules, and a good work mare; 1 saddle pony mare; 1 cow, five years old, with calf by side, 1 month old on sale day. 30 head of good bred ewes, also one 1917 Ford Touring Car, and 11-- 2 Ton Ford Truck, used three months. TERMS on Mill and Wheat will be reasonable, and on other property, a credit until Jan. 1st, 1920, for all amounts over $10, under that, Cash. six-year-old Take CARDUI The Woman's Tonic Mrs. Alary J. Irvln, ol Va., wrltesi "About II years ago, I suffered untold misery with female trouble, bearing-down pains, headache, numbness I would go (or three weeks almost beat double . . . My husband west to Dr. lor Cardul . . . After taking 'about two 'bottles I began gotag trouad and whea I took three bottles I could da all my work." E-- Cullen, ... LESLIE T. BRflDSHftW CAPT. AM BOURNE, Auctioneer. BRADSHAW MILL, KENTUCKY. r The Central Record, Thursday, Jan 9 1919. gir1BI II HOME 1HF1 F1f1E CIRCULATION, ff The pipes in and about your home are the veins and arteries of the circulation in the welfare of your daily comfort. monarch Winter is the sly who often times lays hold on the circulatory orgahs of your home and ZIP YOUR PIPES ARE FROZEN Quick action is necessary and the safest thing for you to do is to run to the ' phone and call big-hand- ed Conn if Brothers. EE E3E 3E LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. We will be there and your plumbing will be done in too short a time to allow any damage to assert itself in the wood work of your home. IE limed Weekly. 3E session of the nation's finest thought, and the love of money Tells of Fight. and the love of luxury will in a moment as it were, be subor mnlll witll tlio crnvnrnmnnt n."hine. hiking WITH THi: AMERICAN AUMY While thru J. E. ROBINSON, Editor. revert to the owners is discuss. treated very kindly Ilclgtum we were OF OCCUPATION Christian dinated. by the people. R. L .ELKIM, Local Editor and Mgr. thc young German aviator. ed far and wide. Cogent rea The towns were all gayly decorated In the recent war we have who claln s to have shot down Quen- Entered at the Post Office in Lan- materialistic country to one sons aie advanced by the ad with allied Hugs and colors nnd thc tln Itooscvrlt, near Chambry, Fraiut, Mall caster, Ky., as Second-Clas- s people turned out to greet us. llrass peon America change with ra vocates of either course. on July 14, told the correspondent reMatter. tint m whose nanus soever bands were brought out in sone of cently of the battle which ended fapidity from a peace-lovinthe towns. tally for thc son of thc former Prrsi- Member Kentucky Press Association swayed by its belief in righ- t- the management stands, many We fee' pretty sure now that thc and willing to sacrifice money, com improvements are needed for Great War is over and that Germany Eighth District Publishers League. will sign peace terns nt the end of fort, pleasure for a principle, thc sake of the public. We have.all endured willing- - the Armiitlce. America's young manhood be Rates For Political Announcements. I am well and getting along fine the incon For Precinct and City Offices.. $5.00 lieved that in entering the war ly and cheerfully bo back veniences, delays and curtail andS.hope!ntothe near In the good eld 10.00 it was launched in the holiest For County Offices U. A. future. ment of service which the war Don't worry if you don't hear from For State and District Offices.. 15.00 of all crusades. .10 For Calls, per line Religion is often closely in made necessary. But now. me often because we the Marines .10 For Cards, per line terwoven with this manifesta realizing that the business i!e oc n great deal of niancauvcring. For all publications in the InterI from tion, but it is not essentially a velopment of the country de- nd have recently heard they AshVyest of individuals or expresnre getpends upon good railroad fa tiny Hilly over here and religious manifestation. Its sion of Individual views, per tlong nil right. .10 root is in the principle of liber cilities, we ask for a return to line . I nm glad to hear that all of you Obituaries, per line .07 ty, and the willingness to sac pre-w, Tlmt lUm conditions. are wll. Just stay that way until 1 ,.ll.nSSJ Oood to btc .. iun Comma to awdlvm ItMfi... ,.. ircmtitst lt.7MSM.Tt Better transportation and return within the next few mor.ths rifice all to gain this principle flr to fur Yrlin. and kirm ....M., ... ICOntlSM maybe! ,.. SStt.IS.tS Lancaster, Kj., January 9, 1919 falro. tow which founded America. This freighting will assist in the re rnnlnplln .11 b.lf.rt ., .. USN LZt Congratulate little Margaret on II, II.. to .. IMI1H may lie dormant in the hearts adjustment of business from joining the church. I.ove and regaras to ftno t. ., .. snwisn W..Urn iui,iImii..i .. MJMill tt coast to coast. , There shocld to Grandma, nnd my friends and thj of the people for years at AMERICA'S MORAL FORCE. time, but tradition and charac be repairs'of many lines, re- - Central Kecord. Thc Tlccord reaches In President Wilson's brief ter keep it alive. When the placement of rolling stock, im- - ne alright now and it is sure interest These newspaper quotations ing. Will write more soon address nt Carlisle he said : "It time comes it springs to life like proved service general ly.-represent live cattle prices in Your devoted son, Floyd. is moral force as much as phy- a rebirth. The primary object of rail Pvt. Floyd K. Swope. Chicago on December 30th, 1918. sical force that has defeated President Wilson may be nn roads is to serve the people, 15th Co.. Cth M. G. 1). The list shows price ranges the effort to subdue the world". 'idealist, but America under all ml any conditions of owner- - U. S. Marines, Am. Ex. Forces. w Every nation worthy of the forms of practicality and ma- shin 'or management are sec. on nine general classified groups The following letter written by name has a firm substratum of terialism is a country of ideals, ndary matters. with a spread of $13.85 per cwt James Smith, Jr. known to his friends moral force. The nation may It was indeed the moral force the .lowest at $6.50 and the It is sometimes difficult to here as "Snake", from the .battle seenl' immersed in the affairs of lying back of its physical force highest at $20.35. in France, to .his father, Mr, I front the world; perhaps its atten- which helped to bring about determine whether a man lives Jimai 11 Smith ! Tin. n.l nnW tit tion is devoted to commerce the great result. in cuiiuuii. or lu.wy. nui jusi the letter is. that the young soldier Why this variation in price? now there is nn unfailing test did not know nt the time this letter and the development of science, Because the meat from differOUR ARMY. You wns written that his father hud died which may be applied. perhaps to the promotion of ent animals varies greatly in luxury. We stand upon the threshold have only to. ascertain whether on November 11th the day that thc armistice was signed: quality and weight But beneath these outward of a new era, and we cannot he cats eggs for breakfast. "Somewhere In France". Dec. 8th '18. signs lies the moral force, only predict what its opening door Mr. James II. Smith, Sr., Although the My Dear Father: awaiting emergency to come to will show us. shown are in nine divisions, Will take the time and write you a will take pos During the next few months the surface. It few lines. How nre you, fine I Swift & Company grades cattle a 1711 il 17T VT ITU11. 0 No doubt you begin to think youhope. was in in nAh into 34 general classes, and each never going to hear from me again, w but I have not had thc chance to class into a variety of weights u, The Central Record $1.50 a Year. Payable In Advance. cupntion. She had not heard from him unce wciooer nnu was greatly Probably their military worried fearing he might be dead, training will lead them to de- - she kindly submits his letter for pub- mand more exactness in all de lirntlon, that his friends mny knov tails and business nrrangC' he is irtivc nnd well. Nov. 20th, 1918, ments. Rut this is entirely Dilligcn, Luxembourg, subordinate to thc great ques My Dear Mother: tion of how they will react up Since the date of thc Armistice, on America havyr they will Nov. 11, 1918, nnd two or three form her ideas and influence weeks before, I haven't had a chance to get n letter to you. I nm sorry, . her. but such Is life in thc army. Thc future must tell us. Just The Marines arc n part of the Sec now they are only our boys ond Division nnd this division along coming home, and we will rc with thc 1st, 3rd. 4th, 3th, 32nd, 42d, ceive them with a joyous wcl fcSth, nnd OOtli forms the Third Amer ican rmy Corps. 'Ih's is known m come. the Army of Occupation. At this writing we are the niWanco guard and THE RAILROADS. can look across tl.c uxemlojiy bor question Just now the By the time you into Germany, wiuuiui iiiu iiiiiiiiiKCUii'iii uiigct nils letter we win probably be in American railroads should re- - sorie town oi garrison along the river our young men will come home We are as well off ns If we were In n from nlirnnil. ThpV nrn Inilord camp in the U. S. " l,n J10"10 picked men. Both in physical . JVeU J ?"f and mentnl qualities they are much t0 who cnmo thc b the best representatives of our first. And ono good thing Is that we nation. From their age audi will nil soon be back home. So don't be (luallficntions we know them to bc ' b"t "" m ho nnJ trust be the men who will shape the ""J " ..!!! . ui( una - 4... iui 'U.. Toll everybody hellot for me. liuiiLiu.-luumi; "iy years. next twenty-fiv- e Lota of love to nil, Your loving son, Ed." Two million in number, they have gone through nn exper U. S. A., A. S. Sec B22, A. E. F. ience which was certain to al Mrs. Ilright Herring has received ter them. What changes may a letter from her son, Pvt. Floyd K. have beecn made in their char- - Swope of thc U. S. Marine Corps, ncter and onintorw we ennhot stating that he Is In the Army of Oc ,,, 'e' 1019 COURIER JOURNAL $5.00 Please let us send In your Subscription. T ln McRoberts Drug Store. dent of tile United States. He said. "I was one of n party of six Ger man aviators anil on July 14, sighted six American machines east of Fere One, who I teamed later Tardenols. was Qurntln Roosevelt, was ahead of his squadron and off to one side. He came straight nt me and I swooped ed We down under his machine. back and forth, peppering away und each trying to gain thc by climbing above each other. 'Roosevelt mdc several loops am' 1 admitted his gamcness. Once I thought his machine gun was jammed, but a occtnd later he botran again to shoot, and I felt the bullets striking my plane Then I mounted above him and swooped down within twenty miters of him, tiring all the time. Then 1 saw my opponent collapse nnd, his machine to fall." Donhauier, who is a officer and speaks English, has relatives living in Michigan. He is credited with 30 aerial victories in the fighting after July 1, when he entered the Gcrmai air service. hnvo had In thc army. I am now sitting in n wine joint writing this letter nnd there nre plen ty of soldiers drinking and talking. Well, Xmns will soon be here. I won der what you nre thinking of doing and where you nre going. Do you ever hear from Sallle T.J I have never written her since I have Don't write to any one been here. but you. I am now In the 77th Division, so 1 guess when it comes home 1 will come too. Well ns I know of nothing else to write, I guess I had better close for this time. So will close in hoping to see yousoon. Your Son, James II. Smith." r, g, Why Meat Prices Vary in Different Stores tt ar rt, I quotations f 1 I I 1 MAKING MONEY I A DOLLAR SAVED IS A DOLLAR MADE I pay. You can save many of them by trading at our store. We are selling for cash and we have reduced our over-hea- d expenses. We are here ready to serve you with a GOOD CLEAN STOCK OF MERCHANDISE. When you trade here you take no chance of paying the other mans bill, you simply pay for what you get. What we want is a small profit and a quick sale. A FAST MOVING NICKEL IS WORTH MORE THAN ANY MAN'S SLOW DOLLAR. Try the cash plan and see if it doesn't BECKER and BALLARD. BRYANTSVILLE, PHONE 27. KENTUCKY. I have been traveling for write. We marched one month. for ten The follow in. interesting ictte days. Made from 12 to 14 miles per has just been received by Mrs. .'as. P. day, so you seo I haven't hail any Ralston, of Paint Lick, from her son, chance to write. Wc have had some Kalston, who is with thc Ameri time for thc Inst four or five week, can Expeditionary Forces, doing his but It wasn't any good time. It was bit, nnd will be eagerly read by hi one H of a time, the roads were numerous friends here nnd elsewhere very bad and thc weather was also Dear Mother and nil: rainy for four days and the worst of Wc are now In France nnd well, all wc had a pack nnd rifle to carry. and happy. We have a good place to I am now in some little village I live In. We arc In the upper story have never found out thc name of It n building which was built two or yet, but I have found out this much, three hundred years ago. The boys I sure have to pay for every thing I hpra mav that th.v flnn'f n whnt wn get here, or anywhere else In France, 'are going to do here since the war is I bought me a steak the other day, ife over. We lust arrived nt this rnmn thought I would get enough for two, We have been on thc road but I could eat it nil myself, and It iKf today. 3 most all the time since wo left the U. only Cost me $4.20. S. We have beds to sleep on and How is my dog? I wonder if he mattresses, which are the first we will know mo when I come home. seen since wo camo over. The build Does he still sleep in the barn? I am ings arc stone, which will be warm, slecnlng in a barn now on some The boys hero say the wiptcrs are dry straw, and It sure does seem to me and not very cold. All the boys that like a feather bed. What do you have been over for some time are ex- think, I have been in France six pecting to bo home soon. I like the months the 23rd of this month, also country fine and also the people.. will be In the army. 17 months the We have plenty to eat everywhere we 25th of this month. have been. The boys say that this Is I wonder what John and Craig are our homo as low a wo Ure fn France. doing 'how. I sure would love to be We will now have 6 hours of drill there, but don't know how long It will ing, which is 3 hours hike and 2 hours be before I can come, hope it will be Ambulance driving. soon. Then I will be one happy boy. This Is said to be the best U. S. I realize what home means now. It Camp in France, and it is sure a tine seems the world to me, I used to place to winter. William is not in think I would like to be away from 9 the same building that I am In,, but Is home but I think different now. But real close, and under the same Lieu-- 1 1 guess when I get back I wouldn't tenant We can be together often. I take anything for the experience I RaPoiKal'iariaPJif'-tiRafuiPaifuita- 1 HL3 I I 1 1 cattle prices, (due to differences in weights und meat qualities), there Li a range of IS cents in Swift & Com parry's selling prices of beef carcasses. and qualities. Ah a result of these differences in These facts explain: 1 Why retail prices vary in different stores. 1 2 Why it would Jbeef. regulate prices of cattle or be difficult to 3 Why it requires experts to ' judge cattle and to sell meat, so as to yield the profit of only a fraction of a cent pound a profit too small to affect prices., Swift The Central Record, Thursday, Jan 9. 1919 liiiiiaiiiiiaiiii 'fWWWWflffllW 1 ANUARY 2y LEARANCt mssm ALE iggLzalraga y3 is on in full blast and the prices we have on our entire stock is moving it out fast. EVERYTHING IS MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES, AND BELOW THE ACTUAL COST, THEREFORE OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF GINGHAMS, WHITE GOODS, SILK AND WOOLEN DRESS PATTERNS, SUITS, COATS, SHOES, ETC., ARE MOVING FAST. IF YOU ARE IN NEED OF ANYTHING IN OUR STORE, NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY, WHILE YOU CAN GET BARGAINS. ASK YOUR NEIGHBORS THEY SAVED MONEY ON THEIR PURCHASE, WHY NOTjYOU? WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A BEAUTIFUL LINE OF GEORGETTE AND CREPE DE CHINE WAISTS. IN ALL THE LATEST COLORS AND STYLES AND ARE SELLING THEM AT A REDUCTION. J. E. DICKERSON. A W 11 ffffftfwfftflwfff aiiiiliaittl" AAA AAA AAA WWW W WWW WWWWW WWW SAAAAI IwwWi Your Account Is Ready COME IN AND SETTLE NOW. We appreciate your custon and will be as appreciative of a settlement. THIS MEANS SETTLE NOW. Oossip About People A JGolnji IMf M.Mlnn nt IHc Cmlnt and by Thou Wi Arc Intmitcd In. Mr. Clay Sutton was n visitor In Danville, Monday. Mr. Fisher Gaines of Danville, was in Lancaster, Monday. Mrs. Iln'.ol.l OMInm lias returned from a lsit in Richmond. , J. R. MOUNT & CO. The Q Deal House. . Mr. and rrs. ltoone Sanders were viiitors In Danville, Monday. f Start the New 1' Year-Rig-ht Miss Allle Dunn lias returned from a business trip to Paint Kick. 1 .vwj-vrrti- i. ' Mr. D. W. Muhan of Danville, made a business trip to Lancaster, Monday. wA A f.i 0 III v 1 State University, returned to Miss Kdnn Rcrkcle Lexington, Sunday 9 I Sander's Variety WE SELL FOR LESS. Store. I Mrs. W. II. Mason and Mrs. W. R Cook have been recent visitors In Denville. Miss Shelby Mason has returned from a visit to her sisters, in Hills boro, Ohio. Mr. Davis Prather and family hae taken rooms at Dr. Hood's on Dan ville Street. Mr. and Mrs. Johnson Price taKo passage this .week for Delanil, Fla., to icmain several weeks. Mr. Clayton Morrow returned to Lexington where he is a stu dent at State University. Mr. ltcn Robinton is 111 at the home of his mother, Mrs Maggie Rob inson, on Richmond, street. Miss Mary Tillett and Mrs. Laura Foley of Lcxingtoi were holiday guests of MUs Sallic Tillett. Mrs. Anna Hubble and daughter Mattie Mac, have, returned from .. visit to relatives in Hcdgeville. I WE CLOSE AT SIX P. M. SHARP. - - LET-U- S LIGHT YOUR FARM WITH ELECTRICITY Better, Safer and Cheaper than any Artificial Light. 'flWmWmWmvfllElwKAt. iiAWWmWAi'MnWSr9CWKSibl The many friends of Mrs. D. M. Lackey are glad to know she has re. covered from her recent illness. Mr. Robert Griggs was in Richmond Miss Elizabeth Estes has returned to her position in the Garrard Bank Monday on business. and Trust Company after a few days Mr. II. P. Maupin of Lexington, Is Mrs. J. Randolph Harris left .yeillness. sterday for a visit with her daughter, in the city again visiting friends, Mr. Wm. J. Kahn of Lebanon, has Mr. and Mrs. Poppies, at Covington. Mrs. Ollie Carpenter is visiting her accepted a position as salesman, with Mrs. L. J. Sanford spent from parents at Preachcrsville this week. James W. Smith, our local haberThursday until Monday with Mr. and dasher. Mr. Jake Grau has returned from Mrs. R. E. Tudor at Ncwby, Madison u visit to his family in Louisville. nine county. A handsome nnd winsome pound girl arrived at the home of Miss Joan Mount motored to DanMessrs Russell and Prcscott Brown Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Zanonc last ville last Tuesday, taking with her of Stanford were visitors here Sat Monday morning. Mrs. J. E. Robinson and Mr. and Mrs. urday. Messrs W. R. Cook nnd II. Clay R. L. Elkln. Mrs. Dave Sanders spent Xmas Sutton sold their tobacco on the DanMrs. Leticia Ware, who has been with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alex ville markets this week. They revisiting in Hopkinsville for quite port a high market. a while is at home with her daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Linzey Clark arc re. Misses Lcnna and Iva llollon nnd Mrs. R. E. McRoberts. joicing over the arrival of a ten Jennie Higgins and Messrs John and I pound boy. Frank Land motored to Danville last I Mr. B. N. Blades of West Point, Miss., was at his old home for a few Tuesday for the day. Mr, Bascom Ford, who has been 'days during the holidays. He is de stationed nt Camp Dix, X. J., has re The City Club has rented the of- lighted with the south and his friends turned home. fices recently occupied by Mr. G. H. were delighted to sec him. Swincbroad, over the hardware store Captain J. P. Easley of Fort Chief of Police, L. E. Ilerron who of J. R. Mount and Co. Thomas, has been the guest of Miss has been at the hospital in Lexington Mildred Ilcnzley. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Marksbury en- was able to be brought home and is tertained at their home last Monday, very much Improved his many friends Mr. George Palmer is out after an Miss Margaret Morrow and Mr. and here will be glad to know. illness of two weeks with "flu" and Mrs. Joe J. Walker, Jr. bronchial pneumonia. Friends will regret to leam of the Dr. J. M. Acton has moved into his erious illness of little Betsy Margaret , Mrs. Robert Elkin, Mrs. Joe Robin old otrices and Capt. Ilerndon has McRoberts, at. the home of her parson and Miss Joan Mount were in moved into the rooms recently oc- ents in Covington. The illness of Danville last Tuesday, cupied by the City Club. this pretty and attractive child has cast a gloom over the homes of ber .Mr. Allen Johnson of the U. S. S. Dr. W. A. Wheeler has been conllurrows Is here for a short furlough, fined to his rooms at the Kengqrlan relatives and friends here. with his mother, Mrs. Lula Johnson. for the past week. We are glad to Misses Levy and Allie Dunn were hostesses to a number of friends at Mr. bidney Alilndgc one of our report his convalcncencc. n Jinncr party Wednesday at theli boys who has been overseas, has re. Corporal George Townscnd of home on Lexington" avenue in honor turned and looks the picture of Clayton, Mich., was a guest for a few of their attractive ncice, Miss Edna health. days of Miss Elizabeth Estes, on his Berkcle, who is a student at State Mrs. J. S. Gilbert and son, James rcturi to Camp San Leon, Texas. Lexington. University, It was a Uurnctt, have returned from Mont' most delightful affair. Mr. Robert Layton has returned gomcry, Alabama, and arc stopping to Cnmp Meade Maryland, Misses Martha and Pearl King, enafter a at the Kcngarlan. five days furlough to his wife and his tertained at their home on the Fall Mrs. W't C. McEIhannon and bright parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Layton. Lick pike, on Sunday, at a delightful little daughter, Willie Francis, of dinner. Those partaking of the reLouisville, are here for n visit to her Mrs. Green Clay Walker entertain- past were: Misses Isabella Sanford, of mother, Mrs. Mniy E. Jon'es on Has-Idc- ed nt a 500 party at her home last this city, Jeanette McCrosky and Eva Heights. week, those present being Mrs. King and Messrs John Baldwin, SamJ. S. Gilbert, Mrs. Sallie Lawson and uel Baldwin and Thompson McCrosky Master Claude Rice Gaines, who D. A. Thomas. of Ilarrodsburg. has been quite ill with the flu for several weeks, is improving his many young friends und school-mate- s will be glud to know. Mr. John W. Drown is visiting rcl ntives in Ilarrodsburg. Mr. Russell Brown who has been BASTIN BROTHERS, LANCASTER, KY. 1 c WE ARK Released From Food Administration Orders FORCING 100 PER CENT. FLOUR AND MINIMUM YIELD AND WE ARE MAKING GLEN LILY NO GOOD OLD WAY. NO BLEACH COUNTY BLEND JUST GOOD GARRARD WHEAT j THOROUGHLY MILLED; TAKE NO OTHER. THE South. Miss Klizabcth Walker who Is at Mrs. ltossle Marksbury Staughton tending High School here, spent the week-en- d In Paint Lick with her par-ent- ,m been pleasantly located in Atlanta Gn,, where Dr. Staughton was sta Mr. nnil Mrs, Woods Walker. tioned, nnd writes Interestingly of Mrs. Mattie Thompson Kurtz and meeting 'old Lancaster friends now children, who have been spending living In that city. several montht. In Lancaster, have Mrs. Fannie Walker has returned Joined Mr. Kurtz In AtlantOjSvorgla. fioni d Christmas visit to Rev and Mrs. J, W. Acey, who has been 111 Mrs. Hervey McDowell at Mt. Olive, at the home of her mother, Mrs, Mil s. Miss Robinson and Mis ocott Elizabeth Hughes, was able to be re- c the High School are returned from moved to her hemo in Stanford the holiday visits to their homes com- past week. rleting Mrs. Wilker's household. Mr. and Mrs. Applcton Prico enter tained at an elegant dinner in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Napoleon Price. The table had for Its center piece a vaso filled with pretty flowers. A five About course dinner was served. twelve guests were present. a Mrs. Appleton Price received telegram Monday from her son, Mr. Charles Dunn, who had just lauded In New York from France, where he has been in service In the army for the past two years. lie Is expected for a visit to Lancaster relatives soon. Miss Margaret Morrow, who is a stationed at, Camp Taylor in Y. M teacher In the School for the Deaf, C. A. work, has been mustered out has returned to Columbus, Ohio. and has accepted a position in the Hank of Brynntsville. Miss Florence Johnson returned, to Lexington Tuesday where she will re Mrs. Lula Johnson has received sume her studies at State University. word from her son, Mr. Allen John son, who Is In the navy.that he is now Mr. and Mrs. Frank Urown, Mr. stationed nt Philadelphia, he having R. L. Griggs and Miss Isa and Mrs. recently returned from France. bella Sanford mot civil to recently, shopplrg. Mr. and Mrs. William Walker have from n'ttay of some months Mr. ond Mrs. Napoleon Prico have returned in Charleston, S. C, and are occupymoved it the Grant property on ing the apartments of Mr. and Mrs. Richmond street, whero they will be Horace Ucrndon who arc yet In the at homo to their many friends. Delco-Lig- ht . is .; Air Cooled Runs on Kerosene more;than70,'ooo satisfied users Central Ky. Light & Power Company Incorporated 223 12 EJMaln St. DEALERS IN DELCO-LIGH- T Lexington, Ky. PRODUCTS GARRARD 3C DC MILLING COMPANY 3C W. C. Miller, Local Reprtientitlvt. 3111 The Central Record, Thursday, Jan 9, 1919. Sheriffs Sale (f FOR Nearly Six Million Killed m World War. (British Press WJrsless London Service). With the Issue of the of. flcisl figures of the French losses in the war, it Is possible to arrive at the, approximate estimate of the appalling DELINQUENT Taxes I, A. K. Walker, Sheriff of Gar- GREATEST CF ALL SIXES rard County, will on MONDAY, JANUARY 27th 1919, same .being County Court "Day, offer for sale n't the Court House door, at Lancaster, Kentucky, the following same being the amount due for state, County and school taxes, for the year 1918. Said ale to begin at one o'clock Standard time. The names of those paying before that time will be stricken from the list, NO. I. LANCASTER, WHITE. $18.50 Acton, Smith, Land 4.50 Brown. Wnlter. Crd, Land 29.62 Hemphill, J. C, n. r. land Meadows, A. J. and J. C, land, 14.24 6.05 Shearer, Luke, land, No. 1, LANCASTER, COLORED. Alcorn, Minerva, lot, Anderson, Gran, land Arnold, Lucy, lot Ball, Joe, lot Bcazley, Mary, hrs, land Bcazley. Sam, land, Bland, Bill lot Burnsidcs. Man', lot Cunningham, Bony hrs, lot, Denny, Mary Jane, lot, Dunn, Bill, land Dunn, Lish, lot Faulkner, Louis, olt, ... Kavanaugh, Mattie, lot, Kennedy, Jane, hrs, lot, Lackey, Alex lot, -- . Lcavell, Anderson, lot, Leavcll, Ellen and Ceph lot, Rothwell, Henry, land, NO, 2, BRYANTSVILLE, real property, returned delinquent, Chandler is Back That's the word on the street today. It's good news to the' car-usin- to $1795 g toll of life. The dead, so far number 5,936,504. The Individual national Idsses in dead thus far announced are! British, 700,720. French, 1,071,300. American, 68,478. Ruulnn, 1,700,000. Austrian, 800,000. German, 1,600,000. The total German casualties are given by the Berlin Vorwaerta as 0,330,000, and the Austrian total wu placed at 4,000,000. Serbia In killed, wounded and prisoners lost 320,000 men. Several car loads of Number One Block Coal Just received. Garrard Milling Co. i public. Bcrea Begins Big. Keren College of Ave departments opened on New Year's Day with a good attendance. More than 8 re hundred students had entered the day before. The day was rainy, but the clouds lifted in the moming just long enough to allow the great procession with band and banners to march from the Ladies Hall to the Chapel where President Frost gave an opening ad dress of welcome, with some advice on care of health and New Year's resolutions. The great demands for Berea train ed teachers, as well as for County demonstrators piepared In the Beren vocational departments, is among the things which bring students in great numbers from great distances. Many will be delayed In starting by the storm, but will get in before the endt of the week. r. . - 4.33 16.48 3.33 6.28 10.33 5.98 5, 3.32 2.8 2,1C . 5.98 15.38 5.9S 2,38 3.90 5.15 7.21 19.70 7.74 6.84 7.04 17.82 11.20 4.79 55.78 6.81 3.20 8.79 9.37 11.81 7.04 5.55 7.14 4.80 12.10 7.99 12.97 4.60 3.81 4.47 11.35 10.62 12.39 9.03 9.25 37.46 4.82 19.00 20.21 8.31 5.70 7.04 and' price it as closely as it can be priced. The great Chandler plant, the millions of capital employed in Chandler production, are back of that statement. They exist because of that policy. Chandler is the greatest of sixes. Cars come and go. Types of motors, too. Chandler lives and grows, and every season multiplies its friends. On the splendid Chandler chassis, famous for its marvelous motor, arc mounted most attractive styles of body, distinguished in design, luxuriously comfortable, handsomely finished and upholstered. The big, roomy Chandler Touring Car, seating seven in perfect comfort, leads the line. In grace and beauty of design, it holds Four-Passeng- er Chandler leads in price, now as always, because it is a basic policy of the Chandler Company to build a really fine car With this $300 Reduction Dispatch Car The Chandler Dispatch Car, seating four, is all that its name implies. A car to "go get there" in. Snappy, fast with just a touch of racincss in its make-up. WHITE. Please Come Home. Oh Hoover, dear Hoover, come home to us now! They have taken the food rules away, . Yet they ask us to save and they don't tell us how. And we need you so badly May we eat pork and beef, cf all din. . i. : i.. Or must we take stead? And say if you please, may we have broad and cheese. And should it be substitute bread? Evans, Mrs. Mamie B. land,.. Farley, Tom, land, , lot, Huffman, J. Nelson, W. R. hrs Preston, Asbury, land, NO. 2. COLORED. Banks, Charlie, land Denny, George, land, Dunn, Tom, hrs, land, Dunn, William, land, Floyd, William, lot Hughes, Sam, Jones, Hock, lot Smith, Anna, 2 lots, Stewart, Tom, lots, Button, Lee, lots, Williams, William, lot NO. 3, WHITE. Convertible Sedan and Coupe . In the four-doConvcrtiblecdan, seating seven, and the Convertible Coupe, Chandler offers" the very finest development of the type of car. Beautifully built cars, both of them. With windows closed they offer snug protection against snow or rain or cold. With windows lowered or removed, they arc quite as open to the sunshine and soft warm air of pleasant days as Is any other type of car. Thousands are buying Chandler sedans and coupes now, and enjoying their delightful riding comfort. or four-passengall-seas- on Touring Car nerathechjff. Adkinion, Josie, land, Adams, Andy, land, Bowling, C. W. land, The Chandler Roadster, seating four, continues to hold its favor with a big public. Chandler design has solved the problem of the seating arrangement without the sacrifice of beauty of body lines. Roadster close-coupl- ed Shall we eat raisin cake? Apple pies may be bake? We're all of us sadly perplexed, The food rules, dear Hoover, seem all to be over: Oh come home and tell us what Burton, J. B. land, Burton, Woodson, land, Hume, W. T. land,.. King, Lucy, land, Osborne, K., land, Preston, Robert, land, Pruitt, Roy, land Ray, J. R. land Rogers, Curtis, land, Ross, Milton, land, Sebastian, S. S. land, Whittaker, W. II. land NO. 3, COLORED. Lcavell, Ed, land, West, Charlie, land, I And Chandler is Back to $1795 In choosing your new car you will consider the Chandler. Let us show you now why Chandler is the greatest of sixes. Come, decide for yourself. Seven-Passeng- next German Long Range Cannon Dismantled. . SIX SPLENDID BODY TYPES Touring Car. 4795 Dispatch Car, S187S Convertible Sedan, S249S Convertible Cowpe, $2395 er Four-Passeng- er Roadster. SJ79S Limousine. S309S Four-Passeng- er All prices .O.U Ckvriand . NO. 4, WHITE. 16.15 6.45 30.10 13.27 10.05 4.60 4.00 4.80 2.16 2:65 4.60 6.08 2.82 1.22 2.10 14.14 7.04 3.48 7.14 2.65 4.56 7.04 4.81 2.10 Alma, A. C. n r land, . Brooks, J. L. land, . Creech, Eliza, land, Gafney, Walker, land Hall, Sam, land Holman, Sam land... 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 Parkor, Lucy, land, Perciful, Monroe, land, Peters, R. E. land, bal Pointer, Mrs. Sallie, land, Pointer, J. W. land, Ross Malisa, land Shelton, Lish, land, .i Sparks, T. G. land, Tudor, O. P., land, Williams, Ed, land S. T. SANDERS, Proptletbr. guard. Coblenx. (by A. P.) Dismembered and with its warworn parts already beginning to rust, the Big Bertha which startled the world by Its long, range lire upon Paris last spring, has been left to its fate in an old German artillery yard In West Prussia. According to information reaching the Third Army, the famous big gun Is lying In the open air, protected from the eyes of the curious only by a board fence. Other guns of large caliber are also within the yard, a few German soldiers acting as a Discharged German soldiers say CHANDLER (Prices as listed above , ... .. Lackey, Clcll, land Lcavell, Eroaddus, land, Lcavell, Jonas, land, Mitchell, Herbert, land, Rothwell, Sarah, land, Wallace, George, land Yeakey, F.liia, land, ... 5.68 7.14 4.00 4.00 2.10 0.21 3.71 that the dismantled parts of the Big liertna began arriving at the artillery park soon after the signing of the effective on and after January 6, 1919.) armistice. Portions of tho gun still lie on the railroad cars which transported it from France, but tho barrel has been placed on the ground. All the and other delicate instruments were day with her grandmother, Mrs. Susremoved 8psaklng of Birds. Too Cannibalistic, Perhaps. before the piece was transported, and an Broaddus. When little Willie ma used to tell "A Hussion announces that donkeys the soldiers understood that these Car- lilin slm bad been of tils misMr. and Mrs. S. N. Saunders and ere 'good to cut,'" remarks the had been tnken to tho headquarters Free ITm. "When It gets to deeds by daughter, Xnncy were visitors of Mrs thagepoint, we know of one person who misgivings a bird. Willie probably had of Field Marshal von Ilindcnburg. that either ma was prvvarl-catluthat Susan Bioaddus, Sunday. MOTOR CAR COMPANY, CLEVELAND, OHIO range-findin- g A. K. WALKEH, Sheriff, of Garrard County. January 2nd, 1919. BRADSHAW MILL. l going to sign up to observe' 'meatMrs. Clarkie Roberts went back to less days.' "Kansas Clly Times. her sisters, Mrs. Albert Longs, where rho will spend several weeks. In a gooil cuusu or the talebearing fowl was a );ro bird. WHEN YOU SUFFER FROM RHEUMATISM Mr. and Mrs. Grant Saunders and little son, Forest, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Warmoth, Sunday. THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. NO. 4. COLORED. Arnold, George, land, Bcazley, George, land, Baxter, A. J., land, l Buford, Fred, land Burnsidcs, Clay, land, Faulkner, Harve, land, Faulkner, William, land, Faulkner. Bill, land, Faulkner, Abe, Jr., land, Faulkner, Aiuly, land, Karris, William, land, Hudson, Jane, land, Kelley,. Iaiah, land i t . I j MtMO)T, &u. wnu. Mr. J. M. Long's family are ill with influenza. Mr. and Mrs. Willie Long pre ill 4.71 7.14 with flu. 7.33 Mrs. Baiom I'rewitt spent Sunday 3.C5 with Mrs. Jesse Cast. 4.81 Little Sadie I'rewitt spent Saturday 12.58 with ZuU Mae Hume. 8.20 Mrs. Grant Saunders was a guest 2.10 4.39 of Mrs. Carl Baker Friday. 10.54 Mrs. Grant Saunders spent Mon5.9.8 day with Mrs. S. N. Saunders. 7.41 Misses Mabel and Jewell Frewltt 6.83 o in entertained a few friends Sunday, A 'IK Miss Bernice Broaddus spent Sun. "- -') i Almost any man will tell you Our sympathies are with tlie senate. It is liku a huge intelligent school without r teacher. Bills arc hopping in one window and out the other without the thorough diicusa-o- n they merit. Some talk has it that the President has been offered a college presidency at 120,000 a year, but It would be wise to see how he Is going to unmix this awkward situation facing him upon his return In the greatest school of the land. In the meanwhile, senators, keep your balance; don't be like the men going to be beheaded who said, "If some, one, don't hurry up with this affair, we shall all lose our heads." that Sloan's Liniment , Capitol $50,000. Surplus $30,000. means relief A. It. DENNY. President' J. E. STOUMES. Vice Pres't. S. (.. DENNY. Cashier. J, L. UlLl, J. II. Harris, Safety Deposit WE SOLICIT Boxes YOUH For Rent. For crartlcallv cry nun has used It who has suffered from rh.timat! aches, soreness of muscles, stiffness of Joints, tho results of weather exposure. Women, too. by tha hundreds of thousands, usott for relieving neuritis, Um backs, neuralgia, sick headache. Clean, refreshing, soothing, economical, quickly effective. Say 'TS!oan' UoJ. Bent' to your druggist. Ctt It today. BUSINESS. G. B. Swinebroad, ;AIx It. Denny, J. II. Posey, J. E. Stormei, S. C Danny, J. L. Gil). Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. Will Pay State Debt. The French press is pointing out the serious danger of allowing the In tho Germans absolute freedom M. S. construction of airplanes for commel- Is clklmrd clal purposes. tliat It HATFIELD within a few years Germany could build twenty or thirty thousand such DENTIST planes and that it would require but Offic. over The Garrard Dank Phon.s Offica S. R.tid.nc. 376. a few days to transform them li.to LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. bombing planes capable of chrryng, cargoes of explosives sufficient to des troy Paris or London within a few hours or to do inestimable damage, D. throughout France or England In n single night. ' It Is reported that already there is wide-sprea- d ami almost feverish acOffice at Kalney's Livery Stable. tivity in German aircraft industries, Kentucky and that extensive. plans have been Lancaster. formulated for the covering of all Germany and Indeed the continent of Europe and many other parts of the world with n network of German aerial transportation lines; and it may well be that the apparent Germany In Optometrist. meekness on the part of of warships surrendering her fleet KENTUCKY. was due to the fact that the leaders of DANVILLE, that country have lost faith In the Opposite Cilcher Hotel. Ofllce Hour. 8 lo 12 and I lo S p.m. value of marine war vessels and hnve decided to concentrate their effort for future commercial and military supremacy upon the speedy creation of a huge fleet of flyers which might well make them masters not only of the air but of land and sen as well. FUNERAL DIRECTOR Whatever Germany's real object Ofllre Over National Hank. may be, it is evident that the warning Office' Phone 27 Residence 1'hone 3. from the French people Is very timely LANCASTER. KY. and that measures should he taken Immediately by the Allied governments which will perpetually prevent Germany from manufacturing aircraft of any kind which can possibly menace the peace of the world. It would seem that this end might well be accomplished by providing, in the Kontuokv, peace terms, that the allies shall Liolc, perpetually control all German metal This production and. importation. would not only permit the limitation of aircraft construction but it would alto compel Germany forever to folVETERINARIAN. Prompllr Day or low only peaceful pursuits, for no Ca.lt. Aniw.r.d make war nation ran successfully Nlibt. Phon. 317. without an ample supply of the KENTUCKY. metals. LANCASTER, TOBACCO Or. Wm. Veterinary and Dentist. Pryor, Surgeon SKY HIGH J. J. Byrne Exclusive J. A. Beazlev H. J. PATRICK, Dentist. Paint Peoples Tobacco Wareh'e DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. THOUSANDS OF POUNDS OF THE WEED ARE BEING SOLD EVERY DAY AT RECORD BREAKING PRICES OVER OUR FLOORS. THE MARKET THIS WEEK HAS BEEN EXCEEDINGLY HIGH AND THE FARMERS ARE IN HIGH GLEE. TRY TO GET IN OUR HOUSE WITH YOUR TOBACCO AND JOIN THE PROCESSION OF FARMERS WE ARE MAKING RICH IN A DAY. FLOOR MANAGERS WILL BOOST YOUR GOODS AND SEE THAT YOU GET EVERY CENT YOUR TOBACCO IS WORTH. 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. C. H. Simpson, Garrard, I860 pounds', average, $39.60. Devine and Upton, Boyle, 3435 pounds, average, $43.88 $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 Hocker and Beagle, Lincoln, 4280 pounds, average, $38.00 $41.90 $43.90 $43.00 $46.15 WILL Louisville, Ky. Inheritance taxes on the estate of the late Mrs. Mary Lily Bingham, formerly Mrs. Henry M. Flagler, of New York, If paid on the basis of n final valuation, will produce $4,587,418.08, and not only wipe but the Indebtedness of the state of Kentucky, placed lit $3,105,-100.1- 9, but leave a balance In the State Treasury of $1,372,312.79, according to the report ef the state inheritance tax apprasers filed in the county court recently. The report shows the estate to be worth 199,584,806.44, an Increase of approximately $30,000,000 over the valuation placed upon it by the exec utors at the time of Mrs. Bingham's death in Louisville, July 27, 1917. The increased valuation swells the portion of Mrs. Louise Clisby Wise, qf New York, fnvorite niece of Mrs. Bingham and the principal beneficiary under her will to $72,846,039.45, according to the figures of the ' Able To Stand Raise. A Western farmer drove into town the other day-t- o get an nrtlcle a buggy and the salesman at the implement house showed him one at $90. "Talk about the high cost of living," grumbled the farmer. "I can remember that my father bought a buggy exactly like that two years ago for $60." The salesman remembered the sale and responded quickly: "Your father turned in 300 bushels of corn to pay for it. Now I will do better by you than 1 did by your father. "You bring in your 300 bushels of corn and I'll let you have all on this list", and the salesman wrote down: One $90. buggy. One $50 wagon. One $20 suit of clothes. One $20 dress. ( One $5. baby dress. $5. 'worth of sugar. . $2.50 worth of colTec. $2 worth of tea. $40 worth of gasoline. $2.50 worth of lubricatolng.oil. $120. in cash. The" farmer climbed back into his motor car. "I guess I haven't got any kick coming on the high cost of living", he said. "Send out that $90 Exchange. buggy". Dr. Printus Walker ..c Honaker Fine Cut Flowers. John Evsr Think of Itr Electricity enn run through very lender wires. And the energies of the llftt through sating graJH-an-entc- r Inn medium of a very unfinished creed Herald. MMcRoberts. DENTIST Recalls President's First Visit To Paris. MAYSVILLE, Ky., The Rev. Dr. W. A. WHEELER LANCASTER. Hours JOHN KIP Hprnr mm KENTUCKY, p.m. uwm alack SHORT-CUT- S nr; John Barbour, pastor of the First Presbyterian church in this city, told . of Woodrow Wilson's first visit to Paris. Dr. Barbour said that in 1896 while a member of the Board of Foreign Missions of the Presbyterian Church, he had occasion tcJ make a business trip to Paris France. Several days after his arrival there he. noticed a rather intelligent-lookinman in the lobby of the hotel and saw that he was an American. Being alone in a strange land, he introduced' i himself to the young man, who in turn told him he was Prof. Woodrow Wilson, of Princeton, and had been on a tour of the Eastern countries for the purpose of further polishing his education by travel and study. Immediately a warm friendship between these two gentlemen ensued, and that night they left for London, unnoticed and unknown. Oftlce over Stormes Drue Store. a.m. 1 4 7:30-9p.- CO. WHITE LOUISVILUs, KY. k Bloppax. of was! anj taxing up of will yl.ld a tare, part of our requlrtmenla ami tone up both th. Individual and th. butlnesa machln. for period. th. strain of th. post-wa- r G. II. !orlmtr. FOR HOUSEWIFE. liberal aaaarlmaat and fall nIM P :r.FURS Hld.e aad Cm! aUaa BOOKKEEPING BKSistts.Pkanography TYPEWRITING and TELEGRAPHY ftaaJ IlT PrNlil hu fMti hanalk tiUtlBf. at UiMWILIl'H K. ft)UTII.lltM-Hr- ' The undersigned hereby give warn ing to all persons not to trespnss upon our land? for any purpose whatever as wo will prosecute all offenders to the fullest extent of tho law. Hunters and fishermen especially take notice. R. L. Elkin, Mrs. Cora rhlllips, Mrs. Emma Daniels, K. L. Arnold. Mrs. Sarah J. P. ltackley, Mrs. Emma Higginbotham, Edd and N. II. Price. S. C. Rlgsby. I). M. Anderson. Artistic Shop Signs. Between Cutco nnd Mnchu l'lechu. In Peru, are quulnl signs Indlcatlnc what Is sold In tho Indian huts. A small liunrh n( wheat on tho end of a pole In- dlrntrs chlcha a native corn beer for salo within. A green wreath means bread for sale, while a pleco of white cloth Indicates aguardiente, a power ful whlto rum. POSTED 12 Gals. Pultry ) Tenlc 13 Itwrtw rwlbf Cure, and . llmber-oecr XMHiUryttwlc known wilh atbita iM.ltlit nr i tslloii of tho best You cn tntvlta lH. lntnls (ipea. chol.rm. CMtS oil j i other alaes,. At drug f mu or br mail luslpiU. N THESE times that are trying tho souls of of our tho mother men, we need to consider tho vnluo nf woman-power in regard to the lioys overseas. When they come back, ns wo trust most of them will, they want to find their wives and sweethearts ns mothers, well nnd happy ns they used to bo. The old saying that "worry will kill n cat" should lmvo special force for us now, when it seems next to impossible nut to worry. So Blnce wo realise Its power to destroy life, even tho nine lives of a cat, let us havo dono with worry. A life full jf work will Tho best havo no room for worry. short-cu- t to efficiency nnd accomplishment Is tho elimination of worry. We ore leaving undone In our homes today many things which wo havo This been trained never to slight. need not menn that our homes nro less comfortable, that our families aro not well-feand cared for, but that we are learning nut of this war of fearful cost, tho true vnluo of things. Housekeeping is a science, business and a profession and In the management of a home tho greatest efficiency Is the result of scientific work. The manufacturer Is constantly on the watch to sen whero time, material nnd labor Heretofore tho first may bo saved. two have been regarded by the.house-wif- e as worth noticing, but tho last, never, Tho arrangement of the utensils used In exiting within tho easiest possible reach, the saving of steps by careful placing of sink, table and range, are With a Uttlo thought all Important. will be and planning many short-cut- s found. gnod-slze- d Is a helpmarket basket A ful servant In the home. Tako it upstairs, down cellar or to tho garden to save many trips. Tho use of n tray In setting the table and removing the food li a great saving of time as well as labor. A skilled worker can and doci accomplish more la a given time than one who puts no thought into ber work. Monument to First Americans Who Fell. WASHINGTON. The first three American soldiers to die in battle on French soil fell in the Village of Bethelmont, about twelve miles east Nancy. The population of this region erected' a monument commemorating their sacrifice. In keeping with the Importance of the historic fact to be commemorated, the design is artistic and was drawn by Louis Majorelle. The cross and the thistle of Lorraine are entwined' with the stars of America. The inscription on one side reads: "LORRAINE TO THE UNITED , 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, STATES". That on the other side: Here In Lorraine territory repose The threo first American Soldiers killed by the enemy On November 3, 1917, Corporal JAMES B. CRESHAM (of Evansvllle.) Private THOMAS F. ENRIGHT , BRING US YOUR TOBACCO AND YOU RIGHT. WE TREAT PEOPLES TOBACCO WHSE. DANVILLE, KY. I.M.DUNN, Manager. ltxiltrr Haiclden Brothers. boyk frm. ItHlat latafc tt. UilwULb. (of Pittsburg), Private MERLE D. HAY , (of ClidUen). As worthy sons of their great and noble Nation they have fought for Justice, Liberty and Civilization against ' German Imperialism, ('tho scourge of the human race. THEY DIED ON THE BATTLE FIELD. . .ut Thus If la that nn tk- monument Is engraved in enduring letters me lact mat la Lorraine territory repose the first' three laHsa American'eeWltrs. .f Tho Central Record, Thursday, Jan 9, 1919. Dickcrson. Mr. Mary tllekmen died Rill attiirk 0CQDBOCKieCKXraCX3DQeOaOaWaaal 1 rwnlnc Deeiaseal troved ioiiili Hicuma (ram (Isrranl rmitily tn thla city greatly ' d few vfn ' hjr the frm l.tt Put-u- r' Classified Column tin of hrr fufwrr lioaw She was n eon- rtwrt me mbrr cf the Itapll't church, ii w.tr4 to her rMrtn and devoted t her hume 8hr win Idollied by worthy of the her vMMren an I tuvr ami deration they gave hrr She will l mimed' In church in rharitabte anil in social cirtlc. ami the berrav-n- l rhIMrrn have the sympathy of nil, 8he It eurvlved hy four ilsughtrra, Mr. A. II. Crawford, of l.oulivillo Jfr. Itay, Mr. I'rrwitt anil Mix Maymr DIckrrwHi. Funeral service, conducted hy Itcv 0. (). (ireen, of the. .. . i i ti... pi nurrn, .. - i.. m. .inr I wnr iiviu in.i Hhih' on Second street Monday murnlnir, following whlth the remain were taken to Iluckrie, (inrrard county, Hichmcitd for Interment. ritlr here aa well ni in Big Openin g At FENNERS Warehouse Danville, Kentucky. RATES -- i a jj; J v a jtocooo( Hxx5i:oc)ot')aw3C Kindle Insertions lc a word No ad taken for less than 20c In this column. No ails in this column charged, Seven insertions for the jirice of five. 1'hone orders must bo paid promptly. 7 xxjocx 1 a 100 barrels of corn. KOIl SAI.K: Will sell by the load or as n whole. 11. ! Swincbroad. . l..3t. Haled Straw for Sale. White Sweet Clover Seed Wanted. Manure K. C. Cheatham, Wanted. Ijincnstcr, I'honc 3K2-STOVE MAJESTIC COOKING For Sal, good as naw with vassal,, Chaap. Call 91. I C. M. Ljrons. Kive bushel of White WANTED Sweet Clover. Haled Straw for aale. K. C. Cheatham, phone 382-Lancaster, Ky. Paragraph. Killion. V Tlie death anyel visited th horn A. 1.. Killion, Chriitmat night, and claimeil for iU victim the fathe vbu had heen 111 one year wit!. Iicjirt He was born in Terneuee asthma. but luJ apcr.t the greater part of hii life lit Garrard county where he w well known, and all knew him to an upright, honeit man. He leave nine children to mourn hit Iom an a kind and loving fathe Ilia recovery waa much hoped for but not expected. Ti and to think hh la it wishes could not be filled which were to ee hit on, Alhford Killion, who la in France In service, having entitled June 24th, nnd hi: partinir worda were to be n good boy and try to do right. He km often to pray that he could leavu thii world for a better home nnd that he wiu ready to go. theonly thing tl' grieved him wai hi children thnt were left behind, but be left cheering word to hii children that should Rive them no cause to worry. He kind and patient during hia aulferin and will be greatly mimed in hia home where neither father nor mother now is present. Hia remains were laid to rest in the Buckeye cemetery to await th Judgment sail. "A precioua one from ua has Ron A voice we loved Is still, A place la vacant In our home. Which never cun be filled." cf Mr. Everybody Prices exceeded all expectations. waa 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 tell. Clever treatment, beat of, accommodation, and the higheit market price for your tobacco at all times, it our MOTTO. Try u 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'OK house-keepin- painted. tobacco. together U. KENT: Kooms for light newly papered and Threo acre of sod for Will rent room and land or separately. M. Ilurgeaa. Paint Lick. Ky. Notice. There will be a meeting of the of the (iarrard Hank and Trust Company, at it otlices, on January Nth, 1111), for the purpose of electing officers for the ensuing stock-holde- 'I year. It J. W. Klmore, Cashier. Farm For Sale. Having purchaser a 100 acre farm near Louisville, Ky, I will olfer my small farm of 10 acres on Itichmond pike, at llyattsville, Ky. to be sold, providing 1 can dispose of it at an early date. Kor information see I). A. THOMAS, Lancaster, Ky., or Sgt. J. W. Heailey, Mtd. Dct. K. A. C. O. T. S. Camp Taylor Ky. The Condition Of Russia. What few glimpses ws set through the cMud vttilch VelU-Biufrom the Western people. sho us sTscene o utter confusion. Thty rtreal a nation tossed in revolution, all iU orderly life at an end. It Is mighty people given over to cold, starvation, cruel military dominion. In Eastern Huaala there Is scarcely food or clothing to be had at any price. Siberia is better off for food, but its transportation I impossible, as tho trans-Siberia- n railroad has been worn and neglected to such an extent that it Is well nigh useless. At the time of the Kuailan revolution the country was not ripe for democracy. A truo democracy im plies the ability for Ing I will be able to render them more and that the illiterate hordes of ltus- PAINT UCK service In my Millinery business this lla had had no opportunity to gain, You can buy from the Garrard year than I hava ever before. There was no available halting-plac- o Milling Co. at the right price, Sweet between autocracy and red anarchy. M rs. W. P. I'arks. Dairy Keed, 20 .er cent Cotton Seed Tho Allies will not bo doing their The problems of the poor weather duty unless they take some measures .Meal Ilran, Mixed Keed, oats, corn. man ore becoming more complicated Hay, Coal, Alfalfa and each year. Tho mere guessing for helping Itustla to food nnd fuel, of .Molasses feed rrakes your cow give whether or not it is going to rain on to an opportunity for general education and to a settled government. mom and better milk. a certain day or during a certain I desire to thank my patrons and week has change to the much more n?ny friends for their liberal patron- - risky bet of whether or not we are jge during the past year, anil to ex- - going th have winter during Decem- - When wo go to purchase a pound tend to them my heartiest wishes for,bcr, ; January and February or during i0' huttcr and we feel like we are guining for a famous n happy and peaceful New Year, hop- - June, July ur August. ac cording to the amount of coin we arc tailed upon to jart with to secure it, we must not blame the farmer, lie U the Innocent party in the ulTairs and his, on the whole, is the smallest Get your organs of diprofit in tho transaction. We must gestion, assimilation nnd not blame the retailer becauso he is elimination working in not more guilty than tho farmer: bo harmony and watch your must dispense with his merchandise in a manner to net him some' small troublo disappear. NR gain or like any enterprising business does it or money back. man ho feels that lu will soon have to ; v. doso doors. Tho man whom wo do want to nt Ons Day's Test Proves NR Best for the great sustainance in T1i rr ! Ju t how much hotter you. lomach nnly partly d!ir!ti th price in food stuff, triply, before A f J. too li.w ruiMkly your alusglaha food Ml. n. fT' . U l tho war, during tho wor and uftcr tho 14 In tha IntuetlncM ttir tM jfil m i will iM'umi qa aa ( mUi-I. ork. Ihv your coati! tonsua itu Lite from tho liver. war, is tho middle man. 11 J your vo m1. nU-tlap. U mut U pi In to any itntlM priOf wliut need is tlikt middleman, lalurna. H - ImiW aplrmlldly Itlito fiyai ho ruUtiM thin, tt.at t ori ur VII ill- at ami how your anyway? What work dots he do to a JrTiw tn- ry, i'n era tiugor revivu. in barrtv'fir if tii.niv.i J i't try it earn his living? The farmer ral;s ;r l L uvi ltd i.r o.". wn 1 no riiK nuatavrr for j1 ttXTwatnti Th'n f ft the produce, the retailer pays hi Naturt'a riamad (Mt Tulilalai fmiKveri r.oni uiui:iiion. ui la olily i'a n boa, enough to ufTt?r iwm ir U'M frum It i help to sell it to you, you pay for the days, ami It li.'t twanty-nmust licln and tenant you t right to consume It and all the whllo luur entlra satlrutloii. ur the man who docs no work.who reaps If Ytt'A tira or i nf tlt manv un morn v ruturnnL fdrtuiiato intuiu who uui. 01 fit are ua.1 avanr Five inlUlun Imjx me greatest revenue, is smiling with without 9 i.IiT.ntf, oittnv .1 I, if yoi imio million ar Kit Tabli-tJ. uv tii day poi'i tie lit, riMt4 Itavn bu lal bruh, ?'(ar,- by alllna prour avery marita. . his hands clasped behind his coma-llouag- e tontuit, head." til. it's tfia beat of Ua desk. urn vrULU ori,t,, your itvr'ou. luBiniC Natura'a Rtmady la til baat anal en try tn.d f l tiraltn allri'liiK aalat Uilns yuu can taka for bllloua-nca- a. It would bo very nearly imnoaulLla uwuy. tukm UtU adv. co ami iftt a Uix vunatlpatlon, Indlcaatlon and isf Nttura'a to find such an Individual existing in Rtmdy (Mt TflbltH) alinlUr complalnta. It la aulj. ruar lliht itUiAuml atart taklrnr It anta! anil ravuinmandiHt by your any progressing firm, lie would bo Oivu It u trial fur u wk or two ilrusflat. useless und an unpayable proposition R. E. McRODERTS, Lancaster, Kentucky in any uranch of the business world. Men are daily losing their positions because they cannot do the work thev ure called upon to do, properly. And yet, mere are thousands of theso faku business statuettes ' decorating the TassB, ccuntry and being paid for it, too. 1 Tessie Hardin Rives. "Tessie Hardin Uives, daughter o C. and Solemn L. Hardin, was born May 10, 1877, nt Luncaster, Ky, and uied at her home seven mllea east of Oreenfleld, Dec, 7, 1918, at 9:05 p, m., aged 41 years, 7, months and days. She came yith her parents to Illi nois In 1900 and resided at Kayette lor about nra yean. Later she moved (o the Asbury vicinity where she sptqt the remainder of her life. Shu wi married to Harry K. Hives, Oct. 2. 1918. At about 21 years of age she was converted and Joined tho r'atrview Christian church at Lancaster, Ky., ' where she kept her membership until about a year ago when she removed It to tl.e Asbury M. K. church where she continued a faithful member un-t- il John Fenner & Pitt, Props Fennel's Warehouse, Walnut St. Danville REPORT OF THE CONDITION REPORT OF THE CONDITION Ky. It her death. ATIONAL BANK, Citizens National Bank or hANCAHTKK. KYm AT If IK- -. Mrs. Itivea will be sadly missed by tjiq community and nil who knew her, I.Nu. 1 KIM.) for to know her was to love lier. SI10 OF 1.ANCAHTKK. K,AT woj a woman who nluuy looked on the bright side of life. Her sunny disposition won her man friends Dec31 1918 of wherever she wnnt, Shi had been in failing health for about two years, but bore her sulfering cheerfully nmi IlKHOl'KCfcH. without a murmer. Everything that skilled medical attention could do was . nuU(Jiivpoiri tn trrurt rir taluei .uoio dor for her, but all this proved of eulaiioii no avail. ilvtivltv owitt1 im1 10.(IU)lJ COJJMW ... She was on of u family of eight children, ull except a bnlhtr nnd n !tcr having preceded her to the not ItM'itWlUar litlvt on um1 uii- great U)ond. She leaves to mourn (iinrli of l.frv Httuk her death her husband, an ngctl mothIhoI lUiikltiM tluMM KtUsO (41 A M II er, u brother, W. I. Hardin, and one w Iwl fvf i ltt rrUf later, Mrs. Ilichard Cross, beside n host of relatives and frit nds," The above Is clipped frum n (ircen-fwlIM.W or HitL Illinois, puper, wheio the defttafkctHl IHW liKalvl (HllcUla UI ceased has lived for several years. I.I.T1 l atlWl llAllWff natti IlIH .itm wus a constant redder of Ccn K4MMIMI fHaWl MllU l N If nrvr U'l i fNHH I' 1fl trul Itecord nnd leave ninny rvlutlvea IITUVI w TMsl. nnd friend In this county, who will mourn Jier paulug uwuy. tllK A Useless Branch. Mss Bote, 'r Close of BusiBtu, Dec JUSOUUCKS. 31, 1918 OS I4au, anil Ulacuu'iil,. Uvvlilraru.areurril t L'llavtfliriii . U. H llouda ilaiiualliHl jai.bli in Slock ol rnlaral WWRtTjuV IJUilr 1. al.il culalluu I, lar Bond.. I'i. caul aut.atfrllliu) I lu avrura cir lalual all4u uo Ul in 14 m.uw ua VfN S.WO '1r) I Valuu uf iNilllllua Imium k'advral Lawful rvavrva Hllb .. . HaavrTft llaltk Caali lu vault ami livl amuiinu title frum ualluual bauka Nat amlailila fluni babka auil bank ara. au.l irilal rnmMiula, iillivr tbau lueluilnl III llrma IS. II A lj lrctuluf lt ...t,...0 (M T.OU 00 JIJM0 TO ll 'J w.tM brrkafiambrrtiarrkaialbf tl' Hi Tulalnf llrliia II, II. K. II ii'a).ai ja aiHi la KUitltliilifuii(t Willi 1', a. Iraaa urar abil ilua frum l H Tifaaun-WaraavlNSIi-arllnfalauil lbrlflatani actually uwbtu fllrurl'lwu llwlii (ulbvr Iban ii ,,,. You Just Try NR For That Indigestion baui Tout t7as.ll MIU M I.IAHII.ITIl Several car load of Number One ftUIIW,HiUl ukiiiii Kniu.IW IllMiujiw ui tlMTIiVil Ulotk Coul Juit received, AMUId ItMrfTMl 1IMIIIH NMtunlMIHllk (iarrard Milling Co. IUilllllll,lllMllMBSl 1.2.31, lunliMk U'HIalUMk .il lu Election of Officers. TMaImI UiaH!.!!, Tho Odd IVHows Irfidgv elt'cti'd the Tvlsl the laat mevtliitr folluwliig u.1lcr night in December. t. H. 1 IIIMMff. I'k.liU, ll iLv Uik A. O, Crtuh, N. baWMl tank. lujlrwuljr tail lliabuv IIUV lg It U,l ui wr suowMi UUUvlll Hinry Vater, V. (). ,I UI Mllll, ( a.ui.l. J, II, Dalton, Tttuiurtr, mih lo btful MalLla sib ulcilL4 W. II, Woods, Kecretary, W. r UbaKiM. 4arnNaIIIS. John Anilersun, T, H Trutt vi'7 i aw, Mr I'uuul., lull, 111',, lau IS. IV.U. L'OiSH-AIU- iU CkI, II. II. Cox. 1 .anon, District Deputy Alii U lliaal I W, M. ii. 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