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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): January 16, 1919 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1919 cen1919011601_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 16, 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. THE CENTRAL RECORD. TWINTT NINTH YEA LANCASTER, KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON. JANUARY 16. 1919. TWO BROTHERS DIE WITHIN WEEK OF EACH OTHER, Both Former Garrard Boy. The hand of affliction has fallen heavily upon the Ituckcr family with in the past week, nnd the aged moth cr, Mrs. Sarah Hucker, of Paint Lick has the sympathy of the community, in the loss of two of her sons, Jonas and Hogcr Hucker, both of whom passed Into the great beyond within a week of each other. Doth these boys together with their parents at one timo lived in Lancaster, but the greater" part of their lives were spent In Paint Lick. Jonas Rucker died at a Cincinnati Hospital, where he had gone to consult a specialist In the hope that his condition might be relieved, but without avail, as he passed away after an eight weeks illness of H right's disease. He leaves a wife, who before her marriage was Miss Fannie Shugars of this city. They had lived in Richmond for a number f yenrs. Roger Rucker, well known nnd well remembered here, died at his home in Lexington last Sunday morning and s survived by his wife and two chil dren, His death wn due to pneu- nonia, following nn attack of in- Ouenza. He was 33 years old and had been the paying teller at the Fayette Na tional Hank at Lexington for the pnit ten years and while serving in that capacity had made for the bank end himself a host of friends. They leave .o mourn their loss the following tistcrs and brothers; Jas. C. Hucker of Lexington; Hume Rucker, of Louisville; and Orlando Rucker of Waco; four sisters, Mrs. C. E. Williams, of Madison, Ind., Mrs. G. M. Treadway of Paint Lick; Miss Chas-ten- c Rucker of Paint Lick, and Mrs. James G. Conn, of this city. NUMBER 42. and mnf.t. We will save you tnonay on stovai W. J. Romans The Allies will fix the pence tcrmi. Germany's only privilege will bo to sign them. Food Dealers Warned High Average Not to Boost Prices. At. Lexington. Administrator Orders Profi teering Suppressed. The oftobacco showed market reported total sales of 5,087,115 pounds for Sil.87G,049,G9, nn average of $30.83 a hundred pounds. Sales for the sea pounds sun total 14,973,020 for $5,170,115.24, an average of $31.53 a hundred. Lexington, Ky. Jan. 11. ficial report of the week's Boys' Reserve U. S. Insured Men Enrollment Week Uncle Sam's boys between the ages of 1C nnd 21 all over the Nation arc to be summoned to world-wid- e relief work during the week of Jan. 20-2Volunteers nro needed on the farms to help plant, tend and harvest the greatest food crop ever produced In tho United States. President Wilson has called for enormous supplies for the hungry people of Europe upon the report of Herbert Hoover and his Maff of investigators. Military and civic authorities in Kentucky declare there will be shortage of farm labor this year. This shortage can be met in a very largo ay by the boys and the U. S. Depart mtnt of Labor has chosen the R t crve for the work. Last year several thousand boys In Kentucky were en. lhted through the Reserve ai.d gave splendid service. All boys between the ages of 16 nn 21 e entitled to be enrolled. Re working 5G days thsy will receive a bronze badge and be entitled to wear the official, uniform; by working 75 days or more they will receive a ser vice bar. Boys who work on tha farms of their parents or neighbors are entitled to enroll as well as boys in the cities and towns and receive the awards for faithful service. Federal county directors in the state are in charge of the enrollment week. For $38,000,000,000 War Risk Bureau Expects Large Number of 4,000,000 Soldiers to Continue Policies. Washington Dewltt Cuyler, chairman of the Association of Hallway Executives, representing practically every lending road in the country, recently laid befote the Senate Interstate Commerce Committee a com prehensive plan for private owner ship and management of the railroads under strict government regulation. He would merge the systems largely, unify cperatiur.s, pool facilities, in certain cases pool earnings, enforce No nn adequate service through a secre tary of transportation with the Inter- L. & N. Appeals to Employeees Any of the returning officers will state Commerce Commission ns a For 100 Per Cent Perfect be received with delight except tien All women who are willing to sew supreme court of review of rate disWe trust he fur the Red Croa, will please come to putes. cral Unemployment. Week. Wage disputes will be setwill be assigned to visit (iermany the Ited Cross rooms on Friday Jan- tled by an adjustment board and The Supervisor of Safety of the with the Army of Occupation. unry 17th. Some garments can itrikes and lockouts forbidden pend- - Louisville nnd Nashville Railroad has taken home if preferred. Irg investigation. appealed to Its employees to make The man who aworc off smoking on January 20th to 2Cth, a week of no New Year's has by this lime extrl accidents. This can be done by the . Mh In h nrvt fine framv . to some extent of its .tl All members of the Ilaptist church Umi ,n "miH U. Swinebroad, the Real Estate Man ' I... I U. S. patrons and its employees remember U..IM.J It are earnestly asked to be present at OI reBOIUUbU II .VHKVl could have sold for you. Do you "Safety the church next Sunday morning at Lieut. Lucien Grant has arrived at ing the slogan, oxer- want to sell in 10197 If you do, be . Ireland is said to bo much eleven o'clock, to consider a "call for a U. b. port from overseas. Upon which has been adopted as their sure to see Swinebroad and list it alaorf about henfuture. It is singu a pastot of this church. arrival he received radio orders de motto. with him. He says this is going H n. i kr that the can consider her future J. M. Acton, Moderator. taching him from the Stevens, and In his appeal the Supervisor of his "Red Letter" year. Get to be i .i your ordering him to Qulncy, Mass., there Safety asks that every one do his farm listed in his new Real Estate time, ; would, occupy all her spare to report as Kngineer Officer of the share during NO ACCIDENT WEEK Bulletin. nnd says its up to them to make Value Is a matter of eoniparlsoi, Swinebroad has 20 years exper Mr. Howard Jenkins Is taking lots U. S. S. Kalk (Destroyer No. 254), Safety work on these roads interest"Vtolely. For Instance, a plow is a of subscriptions ience, he knows the value of land, County Board of Education for the new World's which is under construction there. ing and successful.. But This means he will be detained four vseful and valuable implement. War History which has just been put Take's Advantage of Rosen-wal- d We' 'wish the L and N and her co advertises extensively and keeps in if you have neither land nor a hors on the market It is well written or five months at Qulncy, which Is touch with the buyers. 20 minutes out from Boston. "A workers success in their efforts for a Fund. a plow means but little to you. and handsomely If you want to buy Real Estate of illustrated, with prisoner learns to love his chains", so 100 per cent perfect week and that any description, see have all had some excellent scenes on the war front and has the Lieut. We Mr. Julius Rosenwald, one of the Grant expresses regret at this happy expectation may be fully Swinebroad the Real Estate Man, woilds greatest C. courses In French and Belgian geog- - endorsement of Cen. Peyton philanthropists, has leaving the Stevens, and the officers realized. L1. It uk March, Chief of Staff. cf Lancaster, Kentucky. ju rapny; ana now it ioos set aside $5,000,000.00, the interest His advertisement appears in this whom he describes as n "fine bunch". would be Russian geog next course from which is to be used in stimulatLieut. Grant assumes his new duties Courier-Journ- al raphy, to judge from the war maps in issue of the Record nnd he would be not without some experience as he ing rural communities of the South Twelve Year Old Boy. pleased to have everyone in the coun at. tho papers. in their efforts to build adequate was appointed to act as Chief Engi ty subscribe for this splendid book. The sympathy of friends and hchool buildings for negro children. neer officer on the return trip of tho neighbors is being expressed to Mr. We have always heard the child-lea- s One of the conditions is that com Stevens, with sixty men under his nnd Mrs. James Robinson, who home was the most Christmas- live munities having schooV, orders. rless home on Dec. 25th. but this year An out of the ordinary example $400.00 will be allowed on the Danvilio pike, in the loss of toward the We are carrying in this issue of the hearth that had no returned soltheir youngest son, Edwin, who died of newspaper enterprise is being erection of a school building provid dier was tho most dreary home of Iiecord an advertisement announcing Well-Know- n Courier-Journ- al of pneumonia Tuesday night, follow- shown by the Louisville ed the County Board of Education, the "Birth Of A Nation" to be shown the season. in the display advertising will ing a bad rase of Influenza, which he raiie the remainder necessary to at Stout's Theater, at Danville, next 1. contracted only a few days before. announcement appearing elsewhere complete the building. It was a rather unnecessary stunt Thursday and Friday, January 23rd Tho friends who remember HZ. her Edtvin was a bright manly little fel in this issue. The purpose of this ad The County Bouid of Education for the suffragists to make n bonfire and 21th with matinees each afterwith such esteem will regret to know low and had lots of friends in this vertisement is to acquaint the people realizes the need of nt least four o President Wilson's speeches. They noon. of the death of Mrs. George W. liar city where he was so well known, of Kentucky and the Louisville ter such schools in the county and they only succeeded In proving that the This is unquestionably the most ritory with the foreign news service nave decided to accept the fund profttcches held "words that burn", and wonderful picture ever put upon the din of Ilellevue, Ky. She was widely when he once sold papers on the of the paper. known nnd esteemed In the commun streets here. He was the Idol of his vided by Mr. Rcseiwald, und will Utat the rest of us knew long ago. screen and until now hns never been ity, the millinery With the signing of the armistice build the schools some time during business which she fond parents and his loss will be felt V be- man who takes care of his shown, onlyin the large cities. successfully conducted for yenrs giv- - sadly by the bereaved parents and his In November the Courier-Jouriu- l r tiThe the present year. One such school Head the advertisement and engage Inging furnace in January weather usually her n wide acquaintantnncc devoted sisters and brothers. His can extensive preparations for cov will be built in each of the Magister 'baejimos an excellent ering the Peace Conference to follow ial districts in the county. runner thru your seats In time. remains were taken to Jackson Ky., in this and Linctln counties. .practice obtained by traversing tho Mr. and Mrs. Hardin, (the former his former hom?, wherj the interment by sending Arthur U. Krock, Editorial Mr. Rosenwald does not give dol .. . i i v.. stance .uuiwcen me cuai inn mm Munnger of the paper, to Paris, from being of tho n Hardin will take place. lar for dollar, but the amount ho which city he is now sending daily gives is about one North-Eas- t tha fiirnnci lit tho npri'ssarv snepd. Garrard, removSwlncbroud, the Heal F.state Man family of dollar when tho cables exclusively to the Courier- - community or County Board of years makes another corking good Auction ed to llellevuo a number gives U UUI1IV Milt" IIMO Journal. Already the Courier-Jour- ago whole they were comfortably two dollars. Mr. E. Smith Powell, aged 75, died rial had arranged with, phrase, "Star Spangled Shammer , Sale on the 15th. He sold for Mrs. the New ork established, their two sons, Herbert One of the members of the Board ut the home of his son, Smith T. Times thero is little need of it for II. II. Nash her farm of 3'J acres near , happily for Its complete foreign cable n forms us that one of the schools ami Clarence marrying happily, nnd Powell, beyond Hustonvillc, btaween descriptive purposes, as that sort of Hubble to II. C. Walter for $15070.00. and wireless service by special wire will be built on Boone's Creek, one succeeding in their ways. 4 nnd 5 o'clock last Friday. His from New ork each night, thing Is scarce; but the politicians Thero was n good crowd present nnd in addi- near BryanUville, one near Buckeye Mrs. Hardin was an active member on the wife, who was 'Miss Kate Simpson, tion to receiving the cffii spring It off nt each other like a a number of good bidders full leased wire and the other one In the Paint Lick place. This farm was "on the mar- of the Chriitinn church, very whole- died some four years ago, but the scarry "snake ket" last year, but Just ns soon us the some nnd womanly, full of good following children are left to mourn rnd cable service, day and night, of district. inform The etiquette bcoks lit. parties employe.! btvmcbrond ho "put works, and endearing herself upon the loan of u kind and indulgent fa- the Associated Press. No other dail newspaper in this One sweetly solemn thought yjung mnn making an even-In- '; it over the plate" In two weeks at acquaintance by her sterling qualities. ther: Mrs, Elisabeth Murphy, of this territory has shown such enterprise Tho this wiu Mrs. Hardin's girlhood rail 11:1111 a young womtm should Iublic Auction. Come to us o'er inj o'er: Personal property city; Mrs. C. W. dams of Huston-villi- ami nggrcwiveneM in the effort to terminate tho call at half past ten. sold well, jersey heifers nt from $100 homo shj leaves here no immediate Our taxes will bo higher now Miss Jessie Powell of Harroda-burgive its readers complete, accurate relatives, her mother, tho late Mrs. Why Is it that tome young men (even, to $130. per head. 4i Than ilwy havo been bsfore. and Smith T. Powell of the and reports of the Elizabeth McKco Smith, of the disunusually bright ones) should find it West End. Mr. Powell was an ex great history-makin- g Paris Peace tinguished Central Kentucky McKee to exceedingly difficult to mcmorUv, You can buy from tho Garrard ScrVlCC. citizen nnd his death is u dis- Conference, which during tho next family, having died here some yours cellent this social regulctioiT tinct loss to the community in which hrce months is expected to determine Milling Co. nt tho right price, Sweet Heglnnlng Dally ago. yesterday the he lived so long and where his in- thu price Germany, Austria, Bulgaria Dairy Feed, 20 per cent Cotton Seed The other night when the electric Courier Journal will reach The bereft husband and sons havo Meat Bran, Mixed Feed, oats, corn, lights winked out on us and we were every morning at five A. M. This the deep sympathy of n wido circle of fluence wns always for good. Un- and Turkey must pay for the more Alfalfa and bounded sympathy goes out to the than four years of frightfulness and Hay, Coal, . .. edition Is known as tho "special mail relatives and friends. .. Molasses feed makes your cow givo children and others who were near destruction brought on the world. .. ITnrlM Snm'a nl.l edition" and leaves Louisville at nine u'M aiinrrrlatofl more and better milk. and dear to the good man. Interior fogylsm. in burning coal oil In his P. M. In the adver The Courier-Journa- l, Journal. light houses, and not trusting to the This change will give all the rural tisement referred to, announces a '' vagaries of electricity, the business route patrons tho Courier Journal Dr. Denny Is now located In his special three mouths' trial subscrip tion during tho Peace Conference peoffice on RichAs Administrator of the estate of i of keeping a constant light for those fresh from the press. Remember new and the seas. We learn too, you can get the Courier Journal and mond Street, In, the Central Record Wa ara now booking- ordars for a riod, giving every opportunity for tho the late C. A. Arnold, 'I will at eleven fx - that rid was attached to the the Central Record both for $0.00 a building. that Kooseveit "clock, on Monday January 27th. cholca lot of Home frown Rad CIot-a- r people of this territory to become tenderness and, trustworthiness of the year by applying at this office or for When n need of Dental work, ask Seed. Homo grown clover Is bat. fully informed upon tho deliberations 1919, at Court House steps, sell pub lamp, and only recent- - warding check for above amount, for of an oil M. K. DENNY, the Dentist. tar this year than Northern saad. Call of the envoys in Paris, when they be- licly ten shares of stock In the Citiuystcr oay equippeu witn iteaa the advertisement on another gin toflx the terms the Allies shall zens National Bank of Lancaster Hours 8 to 12 A. M. 1 to 4 P. M. or telephone for price. I page, lighting. 16-2- t. Office Phone 217, Home phone 2 4" 7. Hudson, Hughes and Faraiu. demand rf her conquered foes. Ashby Arnold. It U not HVely, however, that ho Food profiteers who have an idea will Include sausages nml sauerkraut that the war Is over as far as the of the number. activities of the Food Administration President Wilson has now added are concerned, have nnother guess spaghetti to the variety of national coming. Fred M. Sackett, Federal Food Administrator for Kentucky, food he li testing. recently sent out n circular letter to It may be that formerly wo were all County Food Administrators of too proud to fight, but certainly now tho State, asking them to warn food we are prcud of cur Hunting. dealers that certain regulations re garding the sale of staple foodstuffs load of win fane Ju.l racalv- - apply Car now as they did before the advance In prlca, buy now, ad. It will armistice. W. J. Romanl. "Maximum margins of profit to the It look at If President Wilson dealer are still in effect", the circular would have a full hand cf kings anJ states, "and retailers who do not ad arena to how down upon the peace here to them lay themselves liable to the penalties prescribed by the Food table. Administration for not observing its "Senate seeks to stop hasty rail orders. action". We trust it will havo "A rumor has also come to this of rothlnc to ay against speedy rail fice to the effect that wholesale and action. retail food dealers are charging any Everything has lU compensations. price they see fit for wheat mill feeds. While it is true that the margins pre. The Kaiser's car trouble will perhaps prevent hl hearing the new from scribed in our bulletin on rales of wheat mill feeds by dealers to retail ' Germany. crs, ana by retailers to consumers prin have been withdrawn, the rule limit One of tho former kaiser's Ills ing the profit of wholesale dealers in clpal pleasures has been cut off. earning of 4 per cent. advisers have determined that he feeds to n ' on their operations in feeding stuffs must not talk. Is still In effect. Likewise is the rule If It Is decided to sink the German limiting the profit of,retall feed deal fleet, better select a few Gcpiian sub' er when selling to consumers to i marinei to do It. They have had net return of 0 per cent on their In that line, year's operations In feeding stuff.' The maximum profit allowed above Don't give cur son from abroad cither prunes or salmon for his first actual cost to the retailer, at th or nome meal unless you wish, to Induct piace oi delivery at the railroad steamboat terminal, is from 18 to 22 an attack of nillitnrljm. per cent, on cereals, and from 20 to We suspect that the formation of 5 pr ftnt, on dried fruits. Stores con that do not give the service of charge the I.caguc of Nations Is still iderably more than "half a league accounts and delivery must do busi onward". Itut the Allies will over ners on the smaller margin. take it some day. March Reads Letter From Roosevelt. During Washington, (by A. P.) his weekly talk with the newspaper men Inst week, Gen.- March read letter he received from Col. Hoosevclt nt the time Cen. March's son was killed In nn airplane accident. Col. Hoosevclt was acknowledging receipt of notice of his son Hermit s ap pointment ns a Captain of artillery. In conclusion, he wrote: "I thank you .sir. You have nl ready drunk of the waters of bitter ness; I suppose I shall soon have to drink of them; but, whatever befalls, you and I hold our heads high when we think' of our sons." This was written before Qucntin Roosevelt was killed in France. Railroads Submit Plan For Private Ownership Accident Week To Red Cross Workers. Church Meeting. Lieut. Grant Arrives In The Washington Uncle Sam has tho biggest insurance business In the world as much, In fact, as the rest of the world together. When the armistice was signed he had insured his soldiers for a total of between $37,000,000,000 and fully two-thirthe cost of the war to the United States. This was written on the lives of 4,000,000 soldiers, 95 per cent of whom' now carry insurance. The average policy Is about $8,750. The War Risk Insurance Bureau is now at work cancelling allotments to dependents of soldiers as they are discharged from the army. About 1,300,000 men made allotments. On Dec. 9, 1918, the War Risk In- surance Bureau had made compensation awards on 4,023 death claims and 4,099 disability claims and had received a total of 51,845 claims. . A large number of the men Insured are expected to keep their insurance In force. And the War Risk Insurance Bureau is expected to be in operation many years. If the death claims were paid in one sum, instead of by installments, they would amount to about $800,-000,00- 0. Premiums to date amount to $170,000,000, as an offset to these claims, or leaving a deficit of $630,-000,00- 0. This figure may be greatly During the month of December the increased when final reports have debt of Kentucky was reduced one been received. Deaths from Influennillion dolltrs. The outstanding za amounted to 17,000. warrants at the close of business last month were $5,443,383.50, while at the close of business at the beginning of this month they were $4,459,544.- The balances in the various funds in the treasury follow: Sink, The rush of tobacco at Danville ing fund, $70,881.12; school fund seems to be over. At present all $453,299.07; state university fund. wagons are able to get into the ware5140,022.70; general expenses fund, houses. Now is the time to sell your $1,349,342.99; Eastern State Normal tobacco for it Is higher than was ever School, $32,150.94; Western State known in the history of Burley toNormal School $52,150.94; state road bacco. fund, $454,535.00. Fenner's Warehouse has broken all records in high prices, several crops averaging from $50 to $00 and over. Kentucky Debt Reduc ed In December. Tobacco High At Fenner's. na World's War History. Did You Try to Sell Your Farm In 1918? It FOUR NEW NEGRO SCHOOLS TO BE BUILT IN THE COUNTY. Death Claims The "Birth of a Nation" Makes Plans For Peace Conference, Woman Dead. ... Swinebroad Sells 'Em. lUI Mr. Smith Powell Dead. thns Quick ' In New Quarters. t't Red Clover Seed. Bank Stock For Sale. The Central Record, Thursday, Jan 16, 1919 The Hub n MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED Enclose check or pottoftice money order, and any merchandise will be tent you the tame day order ! received, subject to your return If unsatisfactory. Take advantage of this service. PUSHIN BROS. DANVILLE. KENTUCKY. ' I - - - "J LEARANCE 2) IS NOW ON. ALB ijy, xya Every Ready Made Garment in our House for Men, Women, Boys Girls and Children, Heavily Reduced, Including substantial reduction on desirable yard goods, Ladies' and Men's Furnishing Goods, Shoes, Etc. WOMEN'S AND MISSES SUITS HALF-PRICE. ENTIRE STOCK OF DRESSES REDUCED. 1 Lot of about 40 Silk and Serge Dresses marked down to $10.00. These sold up to $25.00. Silk, Satin and Serge Fine Dresses that sold up to $30.00, reduced to $14.50 Our Finest Dresses for Street and Afternoon wear that sold up to $39.50, reduced to $17.50 and $19.50 WOMEN'S AND MISSES WINTER COATS HALF-PRIC- E Every Suit in the house is included. All the New Fall styles of plain tailored and Fur trimmed. Among this lot there are a great many suits suitable for early Spring wear. 25.00 Suits, reduced to $35.00 Suits, reduced to $50.00 Suits, reduced to Finest $65.00 Suits, reduced to $12.50 $17.50 $25.00 $32.50 Our entire stock of over 300 Winter Coats for Women, Misses and Children, all styles, all colors and all sizes Plain Tailored nnd handsome Fur trimmed, reduced to half price during the Clearance Sale. $20.00 Coats, reduced to $25.00 Coats, reduced to $30.00 Coats, reduced to $35.00 Conts, reduced to $10.00 Coats, reduced to $50.00 Coats, reduced to $10.00 $12.50 $15.00 $17.50 $20.00 $25.00 WOMEN'S WAISTS REDUCED. Special 10 dozen plain colored and fancy striped Silk Waists, reduced to $1.75 Up to $5.00 Good Silk striped and plain colored Crepe de Chene Waists, reduced to $2.98 Finest Waist sold up to $10.00, reduced to $3.98 and $4.98 WOMEN'S SKIRTS SPECIAL $5.00. About 100 Women's Skirts of fancy , mixtures and plain Black and Blue Serges and Poplins that sold $5.00 at $9.50 special to close out Women's $1.50 good Satine Petticoats, reduced 98c. to $3.00 Silk Taffeta Flounce Petticoats, reduced $1.95 to $5.00 to all Silk Taffeta Petticoats, reduced $3.98 MILLINERY AND TRIMMED HATS. At a fraction of their former cost. Hats that sold up to $3.98, reduced to $1.00 $5.00 Hats, reduced to $1.98 Finest Hats in the house that sold up to $10.00, reduced to $2.75 and $3.98 CHILDREN'S COATS $5.00 About 50 Children's Coats of good material, newest styles, sizes from 4 to 14 years that sold up to $12.50, reduced to $5.00 MEN'S SUITS AND OVERCOATS BOYS SUITS AND OVERCOATS MENS AND BOYS WINTER UN- GREATLY REDUCED $40.00 and $45.00 Men's Overcoats, reduced $27.50 to ' $24.00 Men's Fine Overcoats, reduced to $35.00 $17.50 Best $25.00 Overcoats, reduced to $9.75 Men's $15.00 Service Coats, reduced to reduced Men's and Boy's Work Coats, 1 to $2.50 and $4.85 REDUCED Up to $12.00 Boys' Suits nnd Overcoats, reduced DERWEAR REDUCED Men's Ribbed and Fleeced $2.50 Union Suits, duced to $7.75 re- $1.85 to Up to $16.50 Boys' Suits and Overcoats, reduced to - $11.50 EXTRA SPECIAL. 200 Men's and Young Men's up to $25.00 Suits in plain Blue Serges and Fancy Mixtures, specially reduced to $16.50 Men's $30.00 Suits, reduced to $19.50 Men's and Young Men's $35.00 to $40.00 Suits, $26.50 reduced to Our Finest $50.00 Suits, re$32.50 duced to Adler-Rochester Best $20.00 Boys' Suits and Overcoats, reduced to ...$14.50 Boys' Macinaw Coats, special $4.75 and $6.50 25 dozen best quality Boys' Overalls, sold for $1.50, reduced to $1.00. Sizes 4 to 14 years. re- $2.50 quality Men's Overalls and Jackets, duced to: $1.95 Men's best quality Ribbed Shirts and Drnwers, reduced to $1.00 Boys' best Fleeced Union Suits, sizes 4 to 12, at $1.00 Boys' best Fleeced Union Suits, sizes 12 to 16 years, at .41.25 Up to 1C year sizes Boys' Ribbed Union Suits, reduced to 95c Wright's Health Wool Fleeced and Spring Needle Ribbed, Shirts nnd Drawers, reduced J to $1.75 Our entire stock of Men's nnd Boys' Sweaters reduced and $1.50 Men's nnd Boys' dress Shirts, reduced to.89c. Men's best $2.00 Dress Shirts, reduced to $1.14 All Men's odd Pants, reduced for the Clcnranco Sale. 1- -4 3. DRY GOODS AND YARD GOODS REDUCED DURING MEN'S, WOMEN'S AND CHILDREN'S SHOES AND THIS SALE. 10 yard bolt, 27 inch Peerless Diaper cloth, worth $3.00, reduced to $2.25 h wide, heavy Sea 19c per yard, Island unbleached domestic. 18cperynrd for good quality apron gingham. 48c per yard for 56 inch wide full bleached table linen. 25c per yard for 50 pieces heavy fleeced light and dark outing cloth. 48c for Women's Winter weight ribbed vests or pants. Best $1.25 Women's vests or pants, reduced to 89c 36-inc- RUBBERS AT SPECIAL PRICES Women's $10.00 Gray and Tan reduced to Women's $8.00 duced to Mahogany Boots, $6.75 ALL MEN'S AND BOY'S WORK AND DRESS SHOES AT Best $1.50 Women's Union Suits, reduc$1.00 ed to Women's Union Suits, reduced Best $2.00 $2.50 Gingham House Dresses, reduced to $6.00 quality extra heavy, largo size $4.35 wool finish blanket, reduced Good warm $3.00 Blankets, reduced $2.35 to $4.00 large double bed size Blankets, $2.85 reduced to $7.00 Plaid Blankets, reduced to$4.85 $1-63 to.... $1-6- 5 Boots, re$4.85 SPECIAL PRICES FOR THIS CLEARANCE SALE. Our entire stock of several thousand to. Finest $14.00 Queen Qunlity Boots, reduced to $9.50 Several hundred pairs discontinued lines of Women's and Misses Shoes that sold from $5.00 to $9.00, reduced to $2.45 and $4.50. pairs of Men's, Women's and Children's heavy and light weight footwear at extra special values during this sale. . The Central hecord, Thursday, Jan 16 1919. i thnt is tho Kings Palace at Versailles would Interest you. We are still headthese 5 France, and It is a place worth seeing, working hard around the war Ishave also seen some other noted plac- quarters even though over with that is, ns far as the es In France. COLUMN You wanted to know In one of fighting Is concerned. I cannot hear anything about when your letters If I had ever met up with nny ono I knew, over here. I saw, wo will be rent home, but from tho one boy thnt I knew but did not get way thlngr. arc looking now some of lis will bo over hero for several The following letter has been re- to say anything to him. Will tell you about one hike I had Months. As for me I will feel protceived from I'rlvRte Alexander II. We ty good If i am released in the late Milby, with the Expeditionary Forces on the seventh of November. In France, nnd was written to his started on n fifteen mile hike, I mean firing or early stfmmcr. There is wife, who wns formerly Mis J 1'olly we hiked nbout that far but part cf rbsolulcly no chance of getting home tho time we were lost. Anyway we oufore then, for there is lots of work Reynolds of thli city. hiked nil tho afternoon ami n white i.w just sitting around and answer "l'nrk nnttery, 2nd, Corps. Artillery Park, Am. Kx. Forces. that night, nnd finally we came to u irg questions nbout material that has small town, and one of theboys said, ' li;on ordered from the U. S. and mak- Mrs. A. II. Milby, "well this Is where we will spend the ..ig out nil sorts of reports to be filed My Dear Utile Wife; Just n few more lines this after-noo- n night", so we looked nrountl o.id nwoy with records of the Slgnnl to let )ou know I nm still well found something to ent, which anyone 'Ctrps In France. When I first left the States I hard and feeling fine, and truly hope you always can do over here. Then we nro well nlso. I wrote you n letter went Into n ht' building whero some ly knew there was such a thing ns one dny Inst week for the first time other hoys were living, they had a the S. 0. S. (Service of Supplies) for sometime. Wns sorry I hnd to good fire so we all got to talking nnd My Idea of France nnd wnr was said "Is there nny one here from front line trench running from the wait so long to write bat duty prevented me Oom writing, so you must Ky". One boy rpokc up "I nm". So Northern coast of Ilclgium to Switz. forgive me this time. You know t we got to tnlkirg, but I did not know erland and then another trench about would have written if 1 had the time. him, but soon found nut he knew one hundred yards behind that, then Well I stopped here to talk awhile. most every one around Snlomn, so possibly another one behind that and ''n't know him It did me anything back of that, well, I had so will now try ami finish my letter. The Well sweetheart, will try and tell you Kood to talk to him ns ho knew so never thought of such a thing. He said there base ports, the railroads, the supply mV friends. a few things I have done slnco overmanv ome boys In his Company that depots, transportation, were never here. I landed here the 21st of July lh" "" thought of. And now I can see that and about the 1st of August went tof' kn'"' l,ut "I'd not Bet to see them, it takes more men to keep those the front and have been In active scr- - nlnl You wcru saying that mother said things running than arc on the front. vice ever since, but am proud I can e Just mentioning woulJ a few of the men UP with say I have never been in the front ,ne hoF"' I sure would like who arc working around heretrenches, but what I have done 0 Qulsenbcrry. was Just as useful to the U. S. army to see the old hoy nnd have been look pcrts in dilferent lines; there arc the but hate telegraph nnd telephone men, men to win the victory as anything I could Ing for him all thcwhlle, have done. Have done some real never seen him. And about your who hnve had years nnd years of ex hard work, and also have been In cousin. If I knew his address I might perience in office work, In fact there nre men back here who nre experts quite a lot of danger but thanks to be able to find him. Well sweetheart, will have to )n most anything you can think of in the good Lord I came out unhurt. Have had a good bit of experience close ns it is pretty late nnd getting civil life. I cun't begin to tell you since I came over here nnd If I get dark and we have to use candles for how big the S. O. S. really is nor of bark home safe, which I truly hope to lights and they nre hard to get at this the amount of work they nre doing. My litltc work has been very inter do, thV trip will be worth a lot to me. place. (live my love to all nnd keep The work I have been doing was plenty for yourself, bo goodbye and esting but I cannot say that I feel working with ammunition, but have may Rod be with you until we meet that I have done cry much In the .. . Your loving husband ngm. nave nnu live men helping been real close to tile front line at ngain. Milby." I could tell you more nbout it me to keep records of nil the Signal that. Corps supplies ordered from the face to face than can write with pen The following Interesting letter United States. We had to show when and ink, ami hope how soon the day has been received from 1st. Sergt, II. the material was ordered from this will come when can tell you all about it. Am sure glad I can face W. Walker, of Itlchmond, and was side, when Wushlngton placed the any one and sny, i did my part to written to his uncle, Mr. It. - Wal- orders with the manufacturers, when help win the victory of the great ker, of this city. This splendid this material wus received nt the port World's War, and truly hope the stars young man is also a nephew of Mrs. of embarkation, when llontcd, name nnd stripes will ever wnve over the W. O. Itigncy, of this city where he of the boat, the time it landed in has often visited. Frnncc, what base port, and when land of the free. , and where it was shipped for distri Well I can tell you where nm now, "Dear Uncle Hake: I expect you think that I have forbution to the troops. am in n little town by the name of Until the Armistice was signed we Neville France. Have been In Paris gotten you again, but I guess I am I do not know were working six days of the week and saw one thing that there has been just naturally lazy. thousands of dol'ars paid to sec and much of anything to write nbout that from eight A. M. until G:30 or C I'. M I I KHAKI 8 ' ' 1 1 I 1 Se "' wc 1 Wll-lln- 1 I : 1 .. .... ... 1 1 1 1 HOW MUCH Would You Give To Know The Price GERMANY MUST PAY? The next three months most likely will determine the terms to be imposed by the Allies for the four and more years of Hunnish Horror inflicted upon the world. with nn hour off for dinner and from 8:30 till 12:30 on Sundays, nnd rushed were working at night until ten o clock, i iinve not had very much night work though slnco I have been In Tours. For a few weeks I wns very busy changing my records to a form that was more complete nnd during that time wo were on the go until late in the night. Up until November 11th, the five men and I hnd nbout all we coul'd do to keep our heads above water and since then wc hnve been making out all klndj of on the material delivered nnd not delivered. That is nbout finished now and 1 think they will put mc on some other kind of work soon. Had a letter from Mother the other dny cnying that Dan was In Newport News getting ready to go out, but have heard nothing further from her so do not know where he Is. I thot maybe he would be among the crowd that was released from the Service, The mci who are in the Navy have a big lot of work to do now getting the A. h. t. back home ngain. Some of us will be here during Xmas 1919 and I am selfish enough to hope that I will not be among that crowd. Rut 1 certainly would like to be with the Army of Occupation during the next few months. I imagine it would be a good feeling to be camped along the Rhine and even beyond that. 1 have written to Aunt Ann, Aunt Lucy and Aunt Jennie and will write to Aunt Mec soon. I have nbout the hardest time of any one in the worlj writing nn interesting letter nbout anything. I have seen some very in teresting country, especially when I wns in Paris nnd while I was on my leave to St. Malo. I have been to Mount St. Mlchell President Wilson passeii there on the George Washing ton going to Brest. Things nre almost modern in this country if they were built since the fifteenth or sixteenth centuries. Wc were out last Sunday afternoon to sec the ruins of an old ucqucduct built by the Romuns before Christ, stopping by an old cas tle built during the 12th century. I have sent the kids a good many cards of those things ns well ns other buildings that arc of interest around Tours. Went out cnlling on some French people n few Sundays ago and they knew about as much English as I did French. We spent most of our time waving our arms and laughing at one another trying to talk. It takes me several weeks to get up enough nerve for one of these calls nnd from the way I feel now it is hardly likely that I will ever make another one. Most nil these girls are good looking nnd for a fellow to call on one and not be able to tell her so in nbout forty dif fercnt wnys a man had as well stay at home. I hope you arc feeling much bet ter now. Mother wrote mc that you were spending the winter with Aunt Ann but said nothing about you go ing South during the coldest part Will try to write you again sometime soon. Give my love to all the folks f B -- sealed package, but have an eye out also for the name WS11GB.EY5 That name Is your pro-tsctlon acalnst Inferior Imitations. Just as the sealed package is aaainst Impurity. pro-tectl- jj jjS T pjp The Greatest Name in Goody-Lan- d if Ken RUM fl?t? VlJ SZTk , A) t? pVl) ::i:vifi& tu. ft "Oil, IF I COULD BREAK THIS COLD!" Almost ns soon as said with Dr. King's New Discovery Get a bottlo todayj The rapidity witli v.hlc!: till fifty. d family remedy relieves coughs, attacks ia colJs and rrjld what lias Lcpt its popularity on tho Increase year by year. This standard reliever of cold and coughing, spells never loses friend:. It does quickly and pleasantly what it U recommended to do. One trial puts it la your mcdicir--a cabinet as absolutely year-ol- Ever Tried It? Half the excitement of being In love Is trying to make the other person-confes- s It while you assume a careless Indifference. llccord. Enough Said. Brother and sister were parted for the first time, he going on n month's trip with their mother nnd father and she to spend the month with their grandparents. The leave taking was rnther strained, ns neither one of them quite knew what to sny. Finally little brother walked up and putting his arms around his sister said : "Mardret. I'm your brother an' you're my sister." The Fragrant Weed. The use of tobacco was first discovIn America when Columbus, In ered 1402, sent his first party to explore the Island of Cuba. It was first observed that these herbs were burned and carried by the natives to perfume themselves. It was later discovered that these herbs were also used for chewing, and later as America was opened up and explored. It was observed that tbey were smoked In large quantities. around Lancaster. Yours, Sergt. 1st. CI. R. W. Robert." Walker, IzZz-z- FOR ONLY $1.40 great You can keep fully posted on every day's developments of the history-making. 34th Service Co., Signal Corps, Am. Ex. Forces, Tours, France. CcMlyaudraggiits. Bowels Usually Clogged? Rcsulate them with ssfe, fortable Dr. Kind's New Correct' that biliousness, sour stomach, tongue coat, s. atiag the Daily Thought. Wc often do more good by our sym- Act Quickly. right thing at the right time, Act quickly in time of dancer. In time of kidnev dancer. Doan's Kumcy rills are most effective. 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News ui ecuic, twm-i- i Eives u quarter or a pound of tho essence. Early Declines. Odd Foods. Sea urchins' eggs are used In Cey lon ns wc eat raw oj stirs here. The Mexicans use n. variety of scorpion, lifter reluming the sting. In a special wirt of vmelet, to which they udd r. peculiar sort of peppery Ihivor. A Inrge variety of locu.ts and grasshoppers nre dried, then cooked, by people in liortlons of India, Arabia and Syria. Balsam Cum. Tho gum of the balsam fir. Abies halsamea, Is known commercially as Canada bulsam, and Is largely used In tho manufacture of optical Instru ments and In various other ways about scientific laboratories. There Is a constant market for It, the price varying with the quality and tho supply. Some time ago a fair quality was worth 2U cents per pound. sho writes. "I got dowa with a weakness In my lack nnd limbs. ..I felt lielplc.33 and discouraged...! had about given up hrpcj of over beicg well naln.- when o friend IwUtcd I sufferlns vomen, from lire. W. 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Kentucky and first and ioncj-.J5.0secend $2.50 $1.40 0 DAILY AND SUNDAYi Kentucky and first and second lone. ..$7.50 $3.90 $2.00 First and second sons prices apply to all subscriptions in Kentucky and within a radius of 150 miles of the city o( Louisville in other States) prices for third to eighth sones are World's Lightest Wood. The tmlMi tree, which Is now being cultivated In Cota ltlea, produces the lightest-Knowwood In tho world. It Is rt gri'iit demand for all purposes where lUitnos of construction Is of liuportiiiici', it Is very porous nud n good Insulator mid Is much used In airplane building, as It offers tho minimum amount of air remittance. (A Qood Fight. A good light Is never for Its day stone. It Is for many dajs. And It Is not alone for him who bears Its utmost stress. No man can live his own llfo brnvely and not be an energy of social good, vlrtjje proceeding forth from him to heal some brother's wounded heart. There Is a riddle here for us to guess. John Wblte Chad-wlcl- Mill!! The Take m Weio's Tonic I bigan Cardul. In c short wbtl j I tiw a marked duVrenco... I gtcw stronger right along, nnd It cured me. I am stouter than I havo been la years." K you suffer, you can approclnto what it Beans to be strong and well. Thousands or women clve Cardul tho credit for ttslr good health. It should help you. Try CarduL At all druggists. E-- llfhtly hl.h.r. sjsj (jnfaJsaJaMeJBeafJafsjJsVBBB i;wt: . .V The Central Record, Thursday, 'Jan 16, 1919. Don't Cough Until Wea-kitubbora or chronic courht that wear down the strength, lower vitality anddiitutb ileep, will find In F'tej'i ItntJ tni Tat a noil helpful and beating medicine.' luffer Irom In It you Jet the curative and ease, fluence ol pine tar and other healing Inured ienti, together with the mollifying laxatlvo effect ol honey. Elderly people and others who The very first doses brinU comfort In- Foley's Honey is , and la grippe coughi, boaricneii, llcklinj throat, and ituffy, wheezy breathing. The rl,e innlher knnwl ll Itont crouo and it il jui t what children ought to have lor feverlih coldl, coughi, "nufllel," whooping cough, and meatlea cough. It contains no opiatei. treohlfj coaS. it! would h rom"I tH eahauaied with each m ef vlolfnr muthing.rlrtclr a bottle of ft?r Foley's Honey and Tar and before I I with to tar ll cia't be beat. ColUn. &arneal. N. J. recommended also for bronclual Tar retted. hid liken it (be cousin apcllt had etirirehr K. C Mv deal liter bid e bad ea-- e ol chronic fourth. We Honey and Tar. Itt finallr -- are her FolcV effect wit almnat Immediate lor alter m lew day the trouble emir fir dmtrtpeared and htt not re turned. Knudt Lcc, U'uanaLa, Mlna. FOR SALE BY STORMES DRUG STORE. Work and Worker. There Is not so much difference In the world's work ns In the world's workers. It Is not so much difference what we nre doing so long ns It Is useful that counts ns the wny In which we nre doing It. The work of which we nre ashamed we cither have no right to do, or we are not doing It as we should. Dire Day In Russian History. November 30 Is the anniversary of the defeat of Peter the Great In 1700 by Charles XII of Sweden. The Itus-sla- n had 40,000 troops monarch against the 8,000 of his opponent, but the superior generalship of the Swede more than balanced the numerical superiority of the czar. THE KITCHEN ft-- CABINET How much there la In this world that I do not want Socrates. The great difficulty la always to open people'a eyea: to touch their feellnge and break their hearts la easy; tha difficult thins Js to break their heada. Ruikln. t HOUSEKEEPING HELPS. WHEN NEURALGIA ATTACKS NERVES Sloan's Liniment scatters the congestion and relieves pain A little, applied vithovt ntihint, iriS penetrate immediately and rest and soothe the nerves. Sloan's Liniment Is very effective a Haying external pains, strains, bruises, aches, stiff joints, sore muscles, lumbago, neuritis, sciatica, rheumatic twinges Keep a big bottle always on hand for family use. Druggists everywhere. iplll Only American Flag. There are flags made of red, white and blue stripes, hut the American flag has not only the stripes made In certain proportions, nml number, but the stars as well arranged upon a blue field In certain proportions In n certain order. No one should mistake such bunting for the American flag. Just Missed Perfection. When Mrs. Lnngtry was at the summit of her beauty and fame she met nt a dinner an African king who was visiting London. She did her best to please the dusky monarch and evidently succeeded, for he said to her ns they parted: "Ah, madam. It heaven had only made you black and fat you would be Irresistible." AVK plain woodwork free from creases and places where dust will find n place to lodge, If ou have the choos ing. Woodwork finished with n good varnish inny be easily clean' ed with a damp cloth, Vnrnlh the cupboard shelves and they will clean as easily ns tiling. Ilave the work 'able covered with zinc and save scrubbing tables. Keep plenty of soft paper to wipe out greasy dishes, pots nnd pans, thus saving dish washing. Keep n bundle of newspapers handy on which, to set soiled or smoky pans. nan the meals n week ahead nnd save food nnd friction. Itubber heels are n great saving of both floors nnd nerves. Tours nnd others. Learn to close doors, screen nnd drawers quietly. The nervous system pays toll alike for Jarring sounds nnd sights. A dust mop or two will take the place of n broom nnd remove dust without stirring It up. Small rues nre best for sleeping rooms, ns they may be taken outside to clean. Rocking chairs take up much room, mar tho woodwork nnd nro found In too great numbers In most homes. Dust gathers In tufted furniture. It Is hard to keep clean ami In consequence Is not. ns popular as formerly. A window Bhade fastened to n row of open shelves make n fino curtain to keep out the dust. Aside from ventilation, windows are made to look out of and for light to come In. Why load them with heavy dust catching hangings? Much of the decorative china on plate rails cntchlng dust would look better nnd save work If kept In a closed closet. The wall decorations In the dining room are usually considered sufficient. Fold a heavy rug for n mat to stand on when Ironing, It Is a great relief 'o tired feet. OLD AGE STARTS WITH YOUR KIDNEYS Science says that old aire begin with weakened kidneys and digestive organs. This being true. It Is easy to believe keeping the kidneys and dl that by organs geitlve cleansed and In proper working order old ks can be deferred and lift prolonged far beyond that enjoyed by the average person, For over 200 years GOIA) MKDAt Haarlem Oil has been relieving the weaknesses and disability due to advancing ears. It Is a standard old time hom remedy and needs no Introduction. OOU MKDAL, Haarlem Oil Is Inclosed In odorless, tasielesi capsules containing about & drops each. Take them as you would a pill, with a small swallow of water. The oil stimulates the kidney aetlon and enables the organs to throw off the polsonsatwhlch causa premature old age. New life and strength increase aa you continue the treatment. When completely restored continue taking a capsule or two each day. GOLD iiElML. Haarlem Oil Capsules will keep you In health and vigor and prevent a return of the disease. Io not wait until old age or disease have settled down for good. Go to your druggist and get a box of OOU) MKIAI, Haarlem Oil Capsules. Money refunded If they do not help you. Three efzea. Hut remember to ask for the original Imported GOLD MKUAL brand. In sealed packages. S We Wish You A Happy ana jrrosperous New Year. GQie J i Citizens National Bank Vic- OF LANCASTER. KY. J. J. WALKER, B. P. HUDSON, President. Joe J. Walker, Jr., W. O. F.igney, Asi't Cash'r. W. F. CHAMP, Lashler. - Frest. ON ROLL OF HONOR. To Ksto Cider Sweat To keep cider sweet place In each barrel Immediately on making, mus-tnrfour ounces; salt, one ounce, and rround-rhniBy ROSE NEYMAN. one ounce. Shake well, Or, cliler may bo preserved sweet by canning In airtight cans after the man (Copyrlaht, 1919. by MrClure Newspaper ner of preserving fruit. The liquid Try to be half aa wla as that llttla syndicate.) rreatur, tha bee, ho Lah.a all th should he first settled nnd racked off honey aha can find, and l.av.a all tho Slnnil Ilnngt Tho door to the prl from the dregs, but fermentation must polsona. vate ofllce of Jack Wlllnrd closed with rfot bo allowed to commence before a bang. The pretty blond stcnogrn canning or It will not keep. Oh. If tha berry that atalna my lips pher winked snitely across to the book Could teach nte tha woodland chat. Science would bow to mr scholarship. keeper and her fingers began to work Snakes In the Ocean. And theology doft the hat. on the Opcwrtter keys with grent dex There may or may not be such a terlty. "I guess young Mr. Willard'a thing ns n y but there LEFTOVER FRUITS. temper l getting the best of him," she nre snakes In the ocean. There said smiling. are numerous varieties of smnll snakes IPi; fruit Is so perish"Miss Felton!" came from the office thnt live In nil oceans; then there are able that It should of Jack Wlllnrd In n shnrp, Impatient the eels, of course, which go from the never be bought bevoice. Timidly the little ilnrkhnlrcd salt wnter to the fresh. In the waters yond n day's supply. private secretary stepped Into the of n round southern Asia there llws the An orange thnt shows fice, closing the door after her. "Mlks banded sen snake, which tins stripes signs of softening Is "I Frlton, It Is very essentlnl that these around Its body nnd broad tall, and can Wfl " SM What would not fit for food. Such f -- V . .l.ll.lrxn be copied before you go home swim with great speed. -- V letters aWWl to r.ta If I T.L-r-o your kid? today." Well, if jou're not acquainted mny cause Illness. with Calumet Ilakins you Falterlngly Olndjs took the great For canning fruit Ancient Time Recorders. dc.l't .t .v hj' n c,jod cv batch of letters nnd went out of the slum Id always h C n't IMfl cuse I liav. Perhaps the first reference to atofllce. A sudden thought of rebellion fresh nnd free from Imperfections, Helping M-t'.icy'ro so swept over her. A If she could finish tempts to reckon time by mechanical e If n small dlali of fruit Is left put Rood I Cf .! Jo? ino too, 3S-8- , written those letters before five o'clock! It means Is found In Isalnh Ct!' let TtiMngs am 713 11. C. "the sun It through a sieve, thicken with corn meant that she would have to work supposedly about wi dialed. starch, nnd sweeten If necessary, add' Annxl-mnndMillions ut inMhirs use overtime, and oh how she had planned illnl of Alias." Pliny says thnt Invented n sun dial nlwut SS0 Ing n bit of liutter nnd use as a pud-dinso very much on going to the ball tosauce. IS night, that wonderful ball, which was It. C. Tho first sun dial at Home was When there are three or four kinds the talk of the town. And her mother, placed In the Temple of Qulrinus, of fruit In small amounts use as a K BftKlriG POWDER too, would feel sorry nfter she had about '.1)3 It C when time was divided garnish for n gelatin or Jello pudding, because 11 J worked so hard to flnlh her dress. Into hours. The clepsydra, or water lly alternating the colors n very pretty B bcaucrf Jtanurit K It always stw clock, was the next time recorder In ftulta and it Some men were so selfish. lie might rcntvtaical In mat and j dish will result. vented. have left n few of the letters for toHits of fruit either fresh or canned mm Av Wa farr lire morrow. Well, It had to be done, so ffteimftm hr fAe U, 5. If put through n sieve mny then bo Gladys set about to accomplish the added to Ice cream when partly frozen, mm Eyes Had to De Blue. hnr it fa aa tak before her. niue-eje11. feet Wre nwv rar babies always claim n pre making n grent Improvement on tho As she worked she thought of her ponderant!' of admirers. The fact has plain Ice cream. A sauce can be made emplojer. He perded a good lesson. of she fruit with n few chopped nuts ngaln been emphasized this time He was selfish when then wns much JustHampstend, Kngland. lit It wns an- nnd poured over the Ice crcm when work to be done. She would teach him nounced In the press that the town of- It Is rendy to serve. to consider other people besides him- ficials hail U'tnons mny be prepared Into lemon baby" ii "bonny Idue-eic- d self. The time flew by as If on wings. for ndoptlon, nnd strnlghtwny 350 sirup nnd kept Indefinitely, they are Half-pas- t four I The stenographer would-b- e alwnys ready for n quick, cool drink. adopters wrote to securo It. closed up her machine with a bang, Unfortunately It wns found thnt the Take one cupful of wnter, n third of "fining to the ball, Olndysl" she asked nfnnt's eyes had been wrongly de n cupful of lemon Juice, and a half ns she passed her desk. '"Sorry you scribed. The ejes were not blue, after cupful of sugar, boll for ten minutes, won't be there. It' going to be some Add II, and when they heard of this some bottle nnd set In the Ice chest. nffalr." Oladys wished her n plcnsant a spoonful of sirup to n glassful of of the ladles withdrew their offers. time and kept on working. The stenogwater nnd serve with Ice. rapher sauntered out of the office, When making lemonade save the throwing up her hands In relief at lemon cups to use In various ways. Whence the Red In Flags. the door of the private office where They make pretty receptacles for hard The actual defenders of the nil flag her employer was apparently still at do not know or have forgotten that sauce, for cocktails, for flh or oyster work. red was formerly tho odor of the snuces, for salad or dessert cup; any Half past five, 0, Cl.10 and 7 church militant, nnd also of royalty un- number of wnys will be thought of to o'clock passed and filadys still worked. lit tho epoch when Henry VI, king of use them. Suddenly n smile overspread her coun- ICngland, took the Emergency Salad. Cut n fev bits title of king of She Optimistic Thought She had (in Idea. tenance. Franco. Then red came to be consid of cheese Into nent cubes; chop sir or Itlches nre a dlrgrnco to him wb would tench Mr. Wlllnrd n lesson. ered as nn Inimical color In France eight olives. Itrenk n few walnut About ten letters were still left to be nml wns replnced by white, which In meats In pieces, ndd n few seeiliil nnd bath klngsinen In wain. finished. When she had finished the Its turn was given up by the lingllsh. skinned grapes, n bnnnnn and an orNot So Da 3 After All. ange with n sour pickle nil sliced thin. last letter It was eight o'clock. The red ling was displayed by the A lot of eoiile forget that todar la Suddenly she tittered a moan and Catholic troops of Charles IX and Mix nil together and fill apple cups fell back In her chair. In a moment Henry HI, while the Hags of the Prot or grnpo fruit shells or orange cups the Jatal tomorrow about which they with the mixture. Serve on paper were so worried. Wilmington Jour. the bookkeeiwr and Mr. Wlllnrd were estants were white. nnL dolly covered plates. at her side. Mr. Wlllard dismissed the bookkeeper with n curt: "I'll take care of her." After the bookkeeper had gone she heard him murmur tenderly: "Poor little girl" nnd "Oh, what a brute I am." He raised a cup of water to her lips and her eyelids fluttered open. Weakly she said: "I am feeling better now," In answer to his anxious query. She made no protest when he telephoned for a taxi- cab and offered to escort her home. Twenty minutes later the tnxl ar rived and he almost cnrrled her Into She murmured something the car about the letters nnd he ungraciously "Hang the letters. They'll replied: be attended to later." In the cab filadys found her em ployer so considerate and tender thnt she, wondered how she had ever He continuthought him otherwise. ally asked her If she was comfortable. etc. filudys was almost glad that she had not gone to the ball. She smiled to herself. The ruse was working successfully. When they arrived at her home he offered to assist her Into the house. but Oladys protested, so he contented himself In giving her ndilco such ns o be sure to retire at once and to rest. ' On his way home Jack called him everything he could think of. self What a brute he had been to make the poor little girl work so hard. He had never noticed before that his little secretary was so good looking. He had always regarded her as being a good asset to his business rather than a young and pretty girl. Well, he would make It up to her now. In her home, Gladys found her moth er waiting anxiously for her. Gladys Average Pounds Amount hurst Into a fit of laughter as she told her mother of her ruse. As she pro$ 676.85 $53.09 .1275 ceeded to retire she laughingly said: . 3535 $60.50 Fitzpatrick and itemember, mother, I am to bo III. $ 728.25 $40.27 .2035 Baldwin and Cli I'm going to make Jack Wlllard re gard me as a human being and not as .2080 $50.01 $1,040.30 a machine:" $ 969.17 $42.32 .2290 The next day Gladys received a .3240 $43.08 .$1,395.75 beautiful bouquet of flowers from Jack, and later In- the day found him $ 682.35 $43.04 .1585 Bowlin and Moore at her home. He apologized for being $46.52 ..2485 $1,156.20 Hitlc and Mink her Illness and blamed the cause of $45.25 ..2015 Igo and Young his "confounded selfishness." Tho vis-It- s continued for many days. Gladys $52.09 $1,919.47 . ..3685 Taylor and Ward did not mind being 111 and visited con$59.80 $2,113.85 ..3535 stantly by her employer, In whom she $ 751.85 $15.57 .1650 was becoming very much Interested. She rather liked It. It also seemed $43.44 $1,891.95 ..4355 Neale that Jack enjoyed his visits to his $43.54 $ 711.96 .1635 convalescent secretary. $47.34 $ 612.90 .1295 One eventful day Gladys herself ush J. T. ered her caller In, as she was now $ 688.50 $52.36 .1315 recovered. After Jack had gone fully $44.41 $1,392.25 Taylor and Long - ..3135 (for It was ht who called) a snininj diamond ring on the third finger .of Open day and Our market positively Is not closed on account of ber left hand was tho Impression left of his visit Gladys confided to her or B9 for market conditions. Gall night that the date for mother that the great day was not very far away. After they wers marrlea uiauys con fessed to ber husband the ruse of victim. At first whtcb hs had been ht made a pretense of being angry, but then, taking her tenderly Into his arms, bo said: "I'm glad you did that, dear, because you epened my eyes to my selfishness and brought ma U ataaraat llttla wlft Jo the world." THE CURE Pirate- - 1 ! CALUMET u.' ll I rrf ht f II Great Day At The RICHMOND, KENTUCKY MADISON HOUSE On FRIDAYgseverai Farmers sold their entire crops for Over $6o. Averages The greatest record ever made on any floor in Kentucky. If your cropis right we can do the same for you. Look at the figures below: . . . "flu." night. 57 .4, MADISON T im The Central ftecord, Thursday. Jan 16, 1919. Y.W.C. A. WORKER 5$ 81 fs&iSfs&n TOBACCO SOARS IS M SISTER if MAKING A DOLLAR SAVED MONEY I IS A DOLLAR MADE Industrial Woman's Service Club Brings Home to Girls in New Factory Community. BLUE TRIANGLE MEANS CHEER I I I Peoples House DAINVIUUE, KENTUCKY. Great Enthusiasm Prevailed at this Popular House Monday and Tuesday Sutton and Cochran, of Garrard, make average 66 the Record-breakin- g Goe. L. Potts, Minor, Sims and Rankin make the good average of 60c. 3-4- Club Stands for Hot Lunches, Clean Towels, Comfortable Cote, Parties, Games and Recreation to Girl Workers. K I j h e rin a Holland Brown. "Mv--Inrjr In Is May Isabel Carnn- I mil eighteen J cars nM. nml I work In a Mi; fno " I Michigan. l .lloro than four c, Devers and Coolcy of Boyle make (he wonderful average of 51 c the pound on 6,960 poundsOther high averagesRead them below: 3-i- SUTTON and COCHRAN, Garrard County. 170 pounds at 51c $ 01.80 I 10 pounds at file 237.C0 110 pounds nt 02c r.5.80 11)7.20 JDO pounds at G8c 1.10 pounds at 75c 322.60 300.00 520 pounds at 75c 1100.40 155 pounds at G8c 91.35 M5 pounds at 03c $1695.65 Pounds AVERAGE $66.75. MINOR, SIMMS and RANKIN, Boyle County. $ 73.10 170 pounds at 43c 183.00 305 pounds at GOc 128.25 225 pounds at 57c 170.85 255 pounds at C7c 255.U0" 300 pounds at 71c 1G5 pounds at GOc 00.00 182.85 2G5 pounds at GOc 110.00 220 noundt at 53c 185.50 350 pounds nt 53c 1G0 pounds at 57c 01.30 43.20 80 pounds at 54c 78.30 135 pounds at 58c 25-1- 0 10.5 100 130 90 175 190 230 125 140 HATCHER and COY, Garrard County. $ 51.45 pounds ut 49c pounds at 52c 52.00 pounds at 58c 75.40 pounds at 58c 52.20 pounds at 57c 90.75 115.90 pounds at Glc 140.30 pounds at Glc pounds nt 41c 51.25 pounds nt 33c 40.20 $687.82 1285 Pounds AVERAGE $53.75. W. M. POLLARD, Garrard Co. 210'pounds.at45c $ 04.50 1G7.50 335 pounds at 50c , 170.40 335 pounds at 48c-170 pounds nt 35c 50.50 1,050 Pounds $491.90 AVERAGE $46.75. DEVERS and COOLEY, Boyle County. 450 pounds nt 41c $184.50 222.30 300 pounds at 57c 249.40 430 pounds nt 58c GOc 231.00 385 pounds at 22G.80 300 pounds at G3c 440 pounds at 73c 321.20 144.90 220 pounds at G3c 185 pounds at 71c 131.35 231.80 305 pounds at 70c 505 pounds at 71c 401.15 005 pounds at 50c 332.50 G75 pounds at 40c 270.00 725 pounds at 35c 253.75 080 pounds at 35c 238.00 101.50 475 pounds at 34c 6960 Round' $3600.15 AVERAGE $51.75. GEORGE L. POTTS, Of Boyle County. pounds at 33c $ 19.80 pounds at 34c 39.10 pounds at 05c 104.00 pounds at 74c 103.G0 pounds at 70c 50.00 pounds at 09c 79.35 100.80 pounds at 72c pounds at 67c 33.50 pounds at 5Gc 92.40 pounds nt 49c 49.00 you about our Join. I ilon't nlm to You ran rend nliout our work In tho Inbor department rcixirts. Itut I do nlm to tell oti about our lllg .Sister nml of tli- - thing she has iln for us. "To Ixgln with, our fnctory town Isn't n limn at nil. It's n huge bnni of hillbillies stuck ilown In the country nineteen miles from nowhere. There Is n nillronil siding, n stntlon the size of n dry goods box, sewn farmhouses nml one general store nnd jHistofllee coniblniil It's pretty near ns big ns n hot Inmnle stnnd. And that's nil. No Main street, no bnnks nor stores, no nrlors, not one sollinry line lo 'iow. In nil thus? nineteen It's the nigged lonesome miles iLte of desolation, that's what It "I was one of the flrt rnrloail of fi rtv clils Hint was shipped HP from Oilmen The factory was hm arming with workmen putting In the miirhln. err and we girls couldn't begin work for a day fir so, so we begun hunting places to eat nnd sleep. That wns 11 trl'le that the employment folks hadn't thought of. The workmen were sleeping nnd eating In the ears that had brot'ght them there, bncked on the siding. Our only rhnnee for beds nnd food was wllh those seven farmhouses, so we fan bed straight to the farmers' wives and asked for board anil room. Farmers' Wives Hospitable. I will m that tboiewoiiien were kind nnd hospitable. They fixed It up be- lweeii them to feed us forty girls, nnu they erne us good food too. Hut for rooms, that was the question, iney could each spare one room. That meant sleep live or six In n room. Hut right then along came the boss of tho factory and Jold us the machinery was reaily nnd he'd expect us girls to work double shifts, night and day. . "lift wanted to make use of every minute, jou see. Hut that gave us our chance as to sleeping. We filed It up with the farm folks that wed work double shifts nnd sleep double shifts hmi'lnil hIIht girls work there too. You can save many of them by trading at our store. We are selling for cash exand we have reduced our over-hea- d penses. We are here ready to serve you with a GOOD CLEAN STOCK OF MERif CHANDISE. 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. V. (!) Try the cash plan and see if it doesn't pay. I 1 I I 11 i I!) I St 1 1 If RPfKFR anil RAM mJ S4V11MSV UI1W i. ART) i. PHONE 27. BRYANTSV1LLE, Sltt a i i tit l. KENTUCKY. Meeting an Emergency. The greatest emergency the world has witnessed since it began to rain upon Noah is being met right now in Europe. Two million of Uncle Sam's boys are over there looking after the com mon good of the world at large. Incidentally nftci the interests of America. And they will have to stay upon the job until it is done. Until things are righted agiin. Until order is brought out of chaos. This may be only two or three months longer. It may be as many years. But while they are there they must They he tnken care of adequately. must be clothed and fed and lodged comfortably. We don't want a death list in camp greater than was suffered in action. We want those boys to come back; every possible one of them. Uncle Sam estimates that it costs $423.27 a year to equip and main tain a soldier in Europe. So if they remain a year it means approximate, ly $1,000,000,000. And every added month will mi an proportionately more. Part of the proceeds from the com ing Liberty Loan will be devoted to this end. Part of it will go into the rehabilitation fund for putting the in jured soldiers back upon their feet. Part of it will go for insurance claims. The rest will go to meet the of hundred and one other demands this greatest of world emergencies since thj dawn of civilization. Uncle Sam has been pace-makfor the world so far in this world war. He has r.ttounded the wiseacres of a dozen nations with his Johnny-on- the-spway of accomplishing things. And he has poured out his wealth of trearure like water for the world gcod. This is no time for Americans to think of letting up. Wc must stand by our gunr; by our record; by Uncle Sam. We must make the next loan another big success. Optimistic Thought. Keep good company and you'll be of them. Dsep Sea Stuff. He looked her oar and nsked her to sail the sen of matrimony with him. When she said O. K. (or words to that effect) they launched out with a lltthi smack. A wave of color swept over her cheeks and her eyes swam In tears. too. $1600.85 2690 Pounds AVERAGE 60 CENTS. COL. C. R. ANDERSON Boyle County. $148.80 310 pounds at 48c 183.75 375 pounds at 49c 150.40 205 pounds nt 51c 253.70 430 ijounds at 59c 121.80 :10 pounds at 58c 189.10 310 pounds at Glc 151.70 410 pounds at 37c 02.00 200 pounds at 4Gc $1,290.30 2640 Pounds . AVERAGE J49.00. ARNOLD and MASSEY, Garrard County. $ 74.80 170 pounds nt 44c 217.30 410 pounds at 53c 200.35 395 pounds at 53c 161.25 375 pounds at 43c 71.25 285 pounds it 25c $733.95 $15.00. HANCOCK & GARRISON, Casey County. .115 pounds at GOc $189.00 171.10 283 pounds at GOc 70.80 120 pounds at 59c 273.00 420 pounds at 05c 203.25 425 pounds at 00c 03.80 110 pounds at 58c 141.00 300 pounds at 47c 1G.20 45 pounds nt 3Gc 1,635 Pounds AVERAG1B GO 1 15 1GI) 140 80 115 140 50 105 100 $1218.15 2020 Pounds AVERAGE $60, .00 f fi. L. POTTS, Boyle County. .$120.85 245 pounds at 53c 180 pounds at 5Gc 100.80 1G5 pounds at G8c 112.20 80 pounds at 55c 44.00 135 pounds ut 09c 03.15 110 pounds at 54c 50.40 90 pounds nt 45c 40.50 1150 Pounds $677.55 AVERAGE $60.00 G. A. BOWLING, Garrard Co. 247 pounds at 48c .$117.00 . 120.00 270 pounds at 48c. . 153.75 375 pounds nt 41c 175 pounds nt 41c . 71.76 . 182.00 350 pounds at 52c . 202.50 375 pounds nt 54c. . 220.00 400 pounds nt 55c. . 1G8.00 400 pounds at 42c. . 131.10 230 pounds at 57c. 100 pounds at 48c. . 48.00 255 pounds nt 35c. . 89.25 3 10 pounds at 39c. . 132.00 220 pounds nt 56c . 123.20 410 pounds at 27c, . 101.25 410 pounds at 3Gc . 187.00 470 pounds nt 29c . 130.30 4990 Pounds $2154.00 AVERAGE $43.25. 1125 Pounds $579.90 AVERAGE $52.25. "So we planned It. Three girls would use ii room from eight nt night till six the next morning. Then they'd hustle over to the factory, and the three girls who'd been working all night would take the room and slwp It wnsn t any luxurl till afternoon. ous slumber, believe me. The farm vi omen had so few sheets and pillow cases that most of us went without And towels were scarce ns diamonds As to soap-w- ell, on blackberry bushes. the general store kept yellow bar soap, that kind that Is so full of rosin jou could use It to, calk a ship. Hut we mndo out till the next three car lends of girls came rolling In. Then we went 'most distracted. Those poor girls had to sleep In tents nnd In the cars that the workmen hnd abandoned by this time, nnd they wcro lucky If they got u striiw tick nnd n blanket. Hy this lime It hnd turned raw cold, and maybe you know what late au (mini nights In Michigan feel like. To cap the cllmux the Turin folks cut down on food, nnd for n week It was potatoes nnd beans nnd mighty few beuns nt that. Along Came a Miracle, "Hut, right when we were about ready to i)ult our Jobs and beat It for In, me, along cnino n miracle. Two unlet, businesslike women climbed down fiom the eusthnund train one morning. With them cume eight work men, n carload of scantling nnd tar puper, another carload of cots and blankets nml pillows nml sheets nnd towels brand new blankets and beds think of the glory of that! nnd bushels of dishes and rolls of oilcloth nnd inough burlap to carpet the, country. You won't believe mo when I tell you that In ten dn,s their workmen r had n shack put up nnd burlap lacked over the walls, nnd the V. YV. C. A. secretary tables nnd her helper hnd set up d nnd coffee kettles nnd were serving us the griinibst hot lunches eicry day. And hack behind the burlup screens were set those rows of clean cols, with enough cover to keep jou wiinn the coldest night that ever blew, mid n towel upleee for every single girl. IHi jou wonder that we all felt, ns one girl put It, 'I'll wager Ihe KrltzCnrlc-to- u litis nothing on this!' "Who were those women 1 Why, V, W. C. A. secretaries, of course. I'd Ihlnk jou'd know- - that without being told: All uver the country wherever we girls have pitched In to make aeroplane cloth or overalls or munitions or canned goods you'll find a Y. W, C. A. secretary working harder than anybody elso to make the girls comfortable and to keep them happy nnd well. Sometimes they hnven't money enough to get all that we really need. Hut always they stretch every cent to make It do Its level best for us. Do you wonder that we girl workers have learned to call the Y. W. 0. A. our Dig Sister the very best Ulg Sister of all I KELLY Tobacco Seed BEWARE OF IMITATIONS. Other seed is being sold under their name. The Genuine Improved "Standing Up" Burley tobacco seed raised by B. L. Kelley and Sons, can be procured only from the raiser and is not genuine unless put up in packages having a of their signature as shown below which trade marie is now patented and on file in the U. S. Patent Office at Washington. Any infringements will be prosecuted. Seed packed from best selected pods, produced by champion tobacco growers of Kentucky for the past 25 years. fac-simi- le Price $1.00 Per 0un6e SPECIAL PRICE ON LARGER QUANTITIES. R. F. D. No. 1. (Trade Mark Patented) '1 Sons Send All Mail Orders To B. L. Kelly & R. F. D. No. 1, Lancaster, Kentucky. our returning soldiers nnd sail- opinion, or one religion his ofors instead of going bnck to fice of General. And besides, their homes nrc entering the only such geniuses as Richelieu JOHNSONS "FREEZE-PROOF- " large cities to seek employ- arc capablo of combining poB litical nnd military standards ment. and wo canThe large cit!e3 are proper, on one mast-hea- d PREVENTS FROZEN-RADIATOR- S. ing to take care of their own not hut admit thnt no ono man The pipes in and about your home are returning men, and employers; betwixt the coasts of Frisco and It Is Inexpensive the veins and arteries of the circulation jjl will naturally replace them in Yonkcrs has one grain of thnt Docs not evaporate-E- asy their old jobs in preference to particular salt. j in the welfare of your daily comfort. to use-D- oes engaging big-handpnmnlirntn tli.i ' When you Bo shpppiiur, treat monarch Two thin Winter is the sly not freeze employment question in ctMthe clerks as thoiiRh they were who often times lays hold on the circulaand one application will last all winter. a present. One is that many nearly, at least, as human as tory organs of your home and ZIP One package protects n Ford enr to five dcRivcs below zero pay. A employers have been forced by yourself. It will clever clerk, illtrcated, can for FROZEN YOUR PIPES ARE the war-tim- e distinction be mulatc your package in such a tween essential and- is necessary and the safQuick action tiai industries to lessen their way as to be wholly unsatisfac est thing for you to do is to run to the product, nnd must wait for the tory to you and yet there is no phone and call indications of returning de visablo means for the com plaint to higher quarters. His mand to increase it. seconil consideration is little flame of vengeilcc is just the that many women nnd older as strong as your electric-coate- d sarcasm, and you would be men have taken the places of young men, and in many cases more discreet in futures if you If.'youTare.'goIng to have a LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. their services cannot in fairness realized how ninny times the SALE-TU- RN be immediately dispensed with "bitten has bit the biter" IT OVER TO SCOTT We will be there and your plumbing These conditions- will make will be done in too short a time to allow Mistakes are tno most use and get the benefit of Ills 15 years experience the city a difficult place at any damage to assert itself in the wood present for the young men from less, yet most used, of any form NO SALE TO SMALL AND NONE TO BIG They ,are work of your home. small towns. It will be better of natural habit. sometning apparently neces FOR SCOTT. for such a young mnn at pres sary to the common good as DG DG ent to return to his own home, mostly by their committance, where he is well known, and proof that during the last forty take his old job forthe time be experience steps in at our door, The Central Record Lancaster, Ky. next time we always have Year, or fifty years there has been a ing. He can watch the (level and $1.50 limed Weekly. gradual and steady improve' opment of business nnd make the opportunity to do bettor Garrard County's Lear'ig Auctioneer. Payable in Advance. tnent in the public conscience his descent upon the city when than we have ever done here J. E. ROBINSON, Editor. tofore. But nfter all, try to Men of better character have conditions appear favorable. It. X. .ELKIN, Local Editor and Mgr. pass them up by just a mere been elected to public office, tip of the hat. Entered at the Post Office in Lan- Standards of public morality THE WORST KIND Mail caster, Ky., as Second-Clas- s are higher in the different state OF A SLACKER. Matter. The Kaiser had best wail un legislatures. Though much is The man who converts his til that weeping season comes Member Kentucky Press Association to be desired in city govern Savings Stamps into cash when "April showers bring and ment, the old reckless neglect War when he can afford to carry May flowers" before he passes Eighth District Publishers League. of public rights and disregard per- on, because, it is not at all probthem during the five-yeRate, For Political Announcements. of common honesty is gone, we iod is the worst kind of a able that anyone else will bring Men who in For Precinct and City Offices.. $5.00 trust forever. slacker. him any. 10.00 other days robbed the public For County Offices Postoffice statistics are shoe For State and District Offices. .15.00 with impunity and laughed at The greatest bore to a de FAYETTE NO. I. ing that it is not the widows FAYETTE NO 2. .10 the powerlessness For Calls, per line of law .10 who have sons in France or ceitful woman is the man who For Cards, per line Kayctte No. 1 finished Monday's At Fayette No. 2 the tcp notch In would in our day face the can look a hole through her. For all publications in the interblocked sale yesterday morning, sell high averages was bumped upward a strong probability of bolts and persons who have suffered ill est of individuals or expresing a total of .143,070 pounds for little further when the crop of Hamness or financial misfortunes bars and a disapproved pat sion of individual views, per J15V.30y.48, an average of $40.35 n ilton and Steele, of Montgomery Co., who are cashing in their War .10 tern of stripes. line hundred. 0,105 pounds In all, brought its ownWhy 'should denounce Savings Stamps, but men who Inn because It Iwenot constructive? All Obituaries, per line .05 c ers the high figure of the sale, The high crop was that of $71.30 The millennium is far away purchased War Savings Stamp's of us are continuously Aniline fnult. nnd Harris, of Woodford Co, n hundred. These growers made a But slow and tortuous as the mora or less, nnd on our success In I,7h0 pounds, which averaged $08.25. lir.ul of 35 miles to tell their product merely for show or to gam psw Lancaster, Ky., January 16, 1919 course of American politics the fault j' finding mostly ournnd destroying It de Several other large crops sold for on the local nin.-'.and It setms they pends successful develop- more than GO may seem, it is headed in that triotic publicity. Such men think they, call ment. So In the. end It appear that averages follow: a hundred. Crop knew what they were about. direction. We have a firm Is essentially ono of our THE PRESIDENT'S TRIP. Total sales at this house was 5 secretly sneak around to the Wooldridge and Harris, Woodford, )m of most constructive activities. pounds, which brought $27,072.-- 2, Nothing could have been bet- taith that as the years pass postoffice, get the money which our worst fnults Is the hypocritical I, 780 lbs., $08.25; W. A. Wade and of $49.28 a ter calculated to promote good graft and corruption will be they had invested in stamps practice of finding .fault with fault Schooler, Woodfrrd, 3,045 lbs., $G3. died.or an nvcragc he resumed here hun- Sales will this feeling and agreement between more and more discredited, and and use it forsome other pur- finding. F. II. Young In 1'rmldence S8; Canter nnd Collier, Jessamine, morning. Some high croi follow. public service will be increasJournal. 2.750 lbs., $01.33; Seller; and the Allies than President Wil- ingly based on pose or pleasure Hamilton and Steele, Montgomery, Jessamine, 3,430 lbs., $00.17. standards of public's knowing without the sons trip to Europe at this time. about it. In II. C. Caywood, Jessamine, 1,800 0,105 lbs.. $71.30; Shotwell Kid right and honor. Garrard, 3,255 U, $54.77; As long as the war lasted the reality, such a person is worse Road Building for 1919. lbs., $58.70; W. Kduarus nnd Wnch-te- r, Woodford, 2,415 lbs., $53.31: (Juiscnbcrry and Hrlnagnr, Clark, Allies were obliged to live in than an open enemy. He is The era following the war Is re lb,.f 52.00; Wendooer nnd Davis, amity. When are "JUST AS THE TWIG nations willing to stab Uncle Sam in ferred to as the reconstruction per Mrs. Iluker and Schoficld, Scott, 410 IS BENT' the back in the dark, while he iod. As applied to the public high lbs., $52.08,- II. M. Grovcr and Way, Garrsrd, 1,910 lbs, $51.07; Will Dixbound together in a life and be the era of Scott, 2,215 lbs., $58.21; Logan and on, Woodfor.l, 2,430 lbs, $50.27; J. Asked to define the years of supports him openly in the ways it shouldTheretermedprobably be liramblctt. Scott. 3,190 lbs., 54.94; C. Hamilton, Muntgomcry. 5,910 lbs. death struggle against arbit will construction. C. II, Crawford, Montgomery, rary power there is no possibil- education we should probably, light. more miles of good metal highways Alvin and Uobey, Scott, 2,300 lbs., $19.07; 2,250 lbs., $40; G. N. Mills and Miller. ity of disagreement. All sep- without giving much thought has been suggested that built in the United States in 1919 $50.27; Johnson Brothers, It Lula arate national claims may well to the question, place the ear postoffices keep a record of all than any one year In the whole his 7,920 lbs., $19.00; Thompson and Jessamine, 4,040 lbs., $45.75; $45.- Itarrick, Jessamine, 2,145 lbs., be put aside until it is settled ner limit at six years, the age persons cashing in their War tory of the country. This opinion is Sharkey, Fayette, 3,250 lbs., $17.80, 29; Stofcr and Cuney, Montgomery. Sinn Alexander Duncan, Woodbased on the fact whether the nations themselves when the child generally enters Savings Certificates, that the construction censedthat lust year road ford, 4,530 lbs., and nlmost entirely $48.55; It. Lisle und 5,795 Ibi, $45.10. public school. shall exist. Carl May, Garrard Co., 2.1G0 lbs.. public may know who are and and funds accumulated for the high- Caipentcr, Jessamine, 3,100 lbs., With the passing of warfare further thought will not who are not true American cit ways which could not be spent in $44.37. average $50.72. , 1018, because of the scarcity and the The izens. it would be but natural that bear out this assertion. high price of labor. different policies and separate first six years of a child's life Another reason is that the United to his educa claims should come to the front are THEODORE ROOSEVELT. Sides government had an object n tion. During these his habits among the allied nations. in good roads and the great nec The passing of Theodore And who could be as , well of thought and conduct are es- Koosevelt Congress from us one of essity for them nnd thatlarge sums will takes to doubtless appropriate fitted to arbitrate any differ- tablished, and his happiness the dominant personalties of aid the various states in road ences of opinion among the Al- and success in life are either America. He was a man emilies as the United States, who assured or made difficult of nently fitted for leadership a Here in Kentucky, where Hie state ht wants nothing for herself and attainment. eritablc Grcathcart in times of pays half the cost of building roads, The child trained to self has no stake in Europe? there will be nearly double the national stress or peril. amount available this year because and obedience has And who could represent the Three characteristics of was used. What is true of the state - IS to a long way on his pre United States as well as her Roosevelt are inseparable from so small an amount of last year's fund president, who months ago laid paration for life. He accusequally true ( t tho counties, they the thought of him: His un down the fourteen great prin- toms himself readily to the courage, his utter will have more money for roads out ciples of peace for the world? routine of the schoolroom, and shakable of the tax funds than before. sincerity nnd his deep From our experience in tho past Europe has found President learns easily to concentrate his we ought to 'know how to build bet Wilson a gracious gentlemen, mind on study. In other words, In time of materialism, ter roads and we certainly have learn well fitted to his high embassy. he is prepared to gain the fheodore Roosevelt was east in ed by experience. the value of keeping The acquaintance he has made school work. the heroic mould. He served them up after they are built. Tho! The child used to with statesmen of the allied called nt- country well, and was held ItECOUD has frequentlythe tention to the fact that cheapeit "spoiled child" his countries will make his presin love and honor. MORE THAN 70,000 SATISFIED USERS and best way of keeping up the roods is handicapped ence at the peace board" most from the start. It will require time to 'Take him all in all, he was a is by the patrol system and wo hope effective. to see this system universally adopt Man. America looks to him to pro- overcome the lack of training We shall not look upon his like ed in Kentucky, including Garrurd if indeed it can be overcome tect her interests and to assist County. Unless it Is done road again". building, no matter how faultless the and to fit him to the condiin the adoption of a settlement original construction, is tho most ex which will mean lasting pence. tions of life. Why worry about a Gener pensive extravaganco that any county g Our littlo can bo guilty of. deservo the best possi- al's politics. He must follow put tha automobile Our state law has PUBLIC STANDARDS. license, tax money his flag no matter whether it Graft is an ugly word and an ble introduction to life and to flies over a Democratic, Repub- into a road construction fund and alIncorporated uglier thing. And wo who education. And this can only lican or Socialistic dome of so specially stipulates that no new roads can be built with state aid until come to them by instilling into 223 2 E;Maln St. Lexington, Ky. have lived in an era of airexthe roads already so constructed ure them in their early years sub Congress; ho is bound in DEALERS IN craft scandals and pork-barracting duties that do not lend properly maintained. legislation are inclined to feel mission to the laws of a well- - themselves to the forked tonWe anticipate that there will bo DELCO-LIGH- T PRODUCTS that it is especially character- regulated home. gues of personal opinion; ho something doing in Garrard County this year along these lines and that istic of our day and generation. nothing much substantial road repairing and should predominate W. C. Miller, Local Reprtsenb.ive. THE This is a mistake. Investiexcepting, perhaps, an office road construction will be gation, and comparison give It is reported that many of that's not of one party, one zxm CIRCULATION. iifi fibn HOME The Central Record, Thursday, Jan 16 1919. I ed non-esse- n' McRoberts Drug Store. Conn Brothers. rE Let Scott Do It. Drr m. A. t. SCOTT, PAYETTE HOUSE At Lexington ar Breaking: All Records. Some Sales Yesterday. Fiult-Flndln- fault-Und- - Wool-dridg- et fault-findin- 54,-93- .Man-le- y, Un-cast- - 1 "TRY TO GET IN" lei-so- Delco-Lig- Air Cooled Runs on Kerosene citizens-in-the-makin- Central Ky. Light & Power Company 1-- el HOME-COMER- The Central Record, Thursday, Jan 16, 1919 n Yoiir Account Is Ready COME IN AND SETTLE NOW. We appreciate your custon and will be equally as appreciative of a settlement. Messrs It. E. Mcltoborts nnd W. K. Cook mnde n business trip to Atlanta this week. Mrs. Emmn Higginbotham ': spend ing the week-en- d with her sister, Mrs. Ilurch, at Junction City. Jkmes II. Dyrhousc has returned home from Camp Edgewood Mary land, having received his discharge. The many friends of Miss Matlha Gill .ire glad to know tho has rocov ered from several weeks itinera nf influenza. Mr. Vl-g- il Conn and family of Richmond, hove the flu. Little Vir gil Is very low, but the rest are some better nt this time. Miss Jtnn Mount, Miss Sallie Elkln ami Mrs. Joe Mount attended the funeral of Mrs. J. G. Carpenter! a. Stanford last Tuesday. Mr. Hen Robinson, who has been ill with the influenza, has recovered sufficiently to return to his home In the country, this week. TOOK DOLLAR HAS MOUE CENTS When invested with us. We have special facilities for creasing the buying power of your money. SPECIAL PRICES in- THIS MEANS SETTLE NOW. J. R. MOUNT & CO. The Deal House. I ft' W I EXTRA SPECIAL only...35ctS. Sox..65ctS. Mens 75c Cashmerette Sox I 1 j All Wool, extra heavy, Array i I Sander's Variety Store. WE SELL FOR LESS. WE CLOSE AT SIX P. M. SHARP. Mrs. W, Ashborn Price gnvc a din- (!) rer Sunday in honor of her son, .Mr, CI lilies Dunn, who has been in France the past two yiars. Misses Eilnn Ilcrkclc and Klor encc Johnson, students of Stato Uni versity, Lexington, spent tho week end in with homcfolks. Mr. nnd Mrs. Durton Woodward ON Ladies Waists THIS WEEK A number of lucky strikes in buying enabled us to put into our house a line of goods that for QUALITY and PRICE can't be duplicated in this town. You don't have to quit buying. BUY RIGHT. congratulations nnd best wishes over the arrival of a little daughter. She i.i culled Elizabeth art receiving Mr. Will Walker has gone to on n busint.s trip. Miss-issin- Cash. Miss Hcndren, n teacher at the Mrs. Adolpli Joseph has returned High School, h.ia been ill this week from a visit to relatives In Louisville. nnd Mrs. Napoleon Price has had chnrgc of her classes during her susss Mr. Homer Jennings of Camp absence. mm Taylor, spent Sunday with his friend. A Brlil Hinllon ol the Coming ind Miss Normu Hums Montgomery, Miss Nancy llagnn. Coinji by Tho4 Wi Art Intircittd In. one of the efficient operators at the spent local exchange lias returned from n Mr. ami Mrs. Hen 'Hughes Sunday in Stanford with Mr. and few days visit to Danville relatives Mr. J, A. Conn Is confined to his Mrs. J. W. Accy. r.i (I friends Led with U Grip. G. Conn were in Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Mis. Rurton Woodward, who has Mrs. George Spoonamore was in Lexington to attend the burial of her been so ill nt the homo of her grand' Itcxington, Monday. Monday. perenti. Judge nnd Mrj. E. W. Mor brother, Mr. Roger Hucker, ris, has recovered sufficiently to be Mr. nnd Mrs. !t. U Elkin havj been Mr. and Mrs. John Y. Scott of recent visitors in Danville. G. able to be out. Camp Knox, were visitors Mrs. Dr. Weber of Stanford, has Conn and family for the past week. been the KUest of Mrs. Elizabeth Mr. Clarence Wilder spent several Joseph. dnyk this week in Ilcrea, the guest of Mrs. Harry Hudson was called to his parents Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Wilder Indianapolis by the critical illness of Wright, of State Miss Thelmn her mother nnd sister. University, Islington, spent tho with Miss Klorence JohnMrsJas. G. Conn attended the week-en- d 'uneral of her brother, Mr. J. P. son. Itucker last Wednesday. Herndon, Mr and Mrs. Horace Mrs. Kloyd McCarty ami daughter, who have been spcrtding somo time nf Louisville, are visiting her parents nt Charleston, S. C. arrived home jn Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. It. K. Conn. Mr. Henley Iljstin and family have Mrs. Joseph I'ralher was a guest moved to the Gill property on Lexingfor the day Monday of her sister, Mrs. ton rood which they purchased sevGeorge Brown of Hill Court, eral months ago. Mr. Ector Lnwson who has been Cards from Miss Lily I). Grant tell stationed in S. C. has been mustered of a pleasant holiday visit to her out, and has returned home. uunt, Mrs. Sallie G. Gates of Wash.The many friends of Mrs. Tom ington I). C. Dr. Grant spent his Slavin are happy nt her complete re- Xmus vacation on a hunting trip covery from a recent illness of flu. with friends in Oklahoma. Gossip About People 2 That you will do if you come to us with your wants. at Jas. Mrs. Emma Higginbotham, Mrs. J. Joan Mount, motored to Stanford last Saturday and were guests of Prof, and Mrs. M. I. Cancer for the day. It. Mount nnd Miss J. E, DI6KERS0N LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. y Mr. Allen Johnson, who has been the guest of his mother, Mrs. Lula Johnson, to returned Wednesday Philadelphia where he will his duties in the Navy. resume 31 E History World War Containing 750 pages unci over illustrations. The largest and best Illustrated book ever sold for the money. With introduction by Gen. Peyton C. March, Chief of Staff. This book sold In three styles. Prices $2.75; $3.00 and $3.75. I have sold scverul hundred of these books nnd if any other persons are interested or wish the book, write or call inc. No money required until book is deli"ered. HOWARD JENKINS, 3E DC WE ARK Lancaster, Ky 1 DEE1E Released From Food Administration Orders FORCING 100 PER CENT. FLOUR AND MINIMUM YIELD AND WE ARE MAKING CLEN LILY NO GOOD OLD WAY. NO BLEACH JUST GOOD COUNTY GARRARD WHEAT; THOROUGHLY MILLED; TAKE NO OTHER. THE BLEND GARRARD T' " MILLING ' i i' COMPANY Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Mil by and chil M rs. Elizabeth Joseph left Mrs. Will Cook, and Miss Shelby dren, of Lebanon, have returned Mason were visitors in Louisville this for n visit to relatives in Columbus home after n pleasant visit to Mrs. w eek. and Dayton, Ohio, Chattanooga, A. II. Milby, who accompanied thc.iw Tenn., and wilt also visit her father Mrs. Jack Casey has returned from and home for a two weeks visit. sister, in New York before her a visit to her sister, Mrs. Forest Fitz- return home. Major Robert E. Turley has been gerald, at Danville. transferred from Fortress Monroe, Letters from "Aunt Charity" Poyn-te- r Mrs. Frank Phillips, who has been Va., to Savannah, Ga., and leaves this to friends and members of the week with Mrs. Turley for their new the guest of her mother, Mrs. Emma Rockcastle Fishing Club, tells of her Daniels, has returned to her home in safe quarters. Richmond Register. arrival home and thanking those Stanford. who so delightfully entertained she Rc. J. R. Moorman has joined his Sergt. Robert M. Walter has re- and her relatives during their stay in wifo in Kansas City, Missouri, for Lancaster. The banquet given in visit to her futher. The many turned from Camp Mills, X. Y , where friends of Mrs. Moorman are sorry to ho was mustered out, and is with his her honor nt the Kengarlnn proved quite a pleasant affair both for the parents, Dr. nnd Mrs. D. F. Walter. near tint she remains quite ill. honored guests as well as the hosts. Lieut. Charles Dunn, who has quite Every member of tho club and their Mrs. Elizubctl. Hughes is visiting her daughter, Mrs. J. W. Aeey, in n little experience on the French wives were present and n number of Stanford. Tho many friends of Mrs, front, is at homo on a short furlough, toasts given, ail of which added genAcey nre glad tc know she is im the guest of his mother, Mrs. W. A. uine pleasure to the evening. Price. proving from lie, recent illners. Mrs. Will Holtzclaw entertained n Everybody wn glad to see Cecil number of soldiers and sisters of solMrs. Ollic It. Carpenter left for Sulnt Cloud. Florida, to be Ilrown, when he returned from the diers at her home nt Gilberts Creek, tho trucsf of her sister. Mm. J. W. Mexican border last Friday. He is recently. A bountiful dinner was Aker, who is there spending tho win- now out if the service nnd seems spread, consisting of old ham, turkey, glaa to be with his friends. salads, cake and ice cream. The ter with her untie, Mr. John soldier boys present were Howard Letters to friends from Mr. and Holtzclaw, of the U, S. Navy, who has Misses Kate ami Lillian Kinnuird Mrs. William Embry and Miss Allic s just returned from overseas, Joe left Tuesday for n few days visit in Yantis, say that they are having n Holtzclaw, in training at Great New Orleans before going to Los delightful time in Eustis, Fla., where Lakes, James Dyehouse, of Camo Angeles, California, where they will they nre spending the winter. Meade, Lynn Gooch, who was in spend several months with their sister The "flu" has broken out at the training at Great Lakes, Robert Mrs. J. linssett. telephone exchange, and among those Holtzclaw and John Bowling, who Mr. Jim Dalian! was called home sick ore Misses Mattie Lutz, Lnvinia were in the S. A. T. C, at Cincinnati, Williams, John B. Holtzclaw, a marine on the from Camp last Saturday to the bed Montgomery ana Janie which side of his wife, who is very ill with I'atrons are asked to be patient ns dreadnaught, Pennsylvania, pneumonia. Mrs. Dullard's father, the help is very short on account of sailed with President Wilson on his trip to France, but is now in harbor Mr. Wojtds Tudor, nnd brother Tom, this sickness. at New York. Interior Journal. nnd sister, Miss Nolle Tudor nre nil Mrs. Lula Johnson gave an elegant very HI with u and pneumonia. five course dinner Tuesday in honor Mr. Horace Walker, of Lancaster, of her son, Mr. Allen Johnson, of tho Surprised His Friends. who wore the khaki for some months, U. S. S. Durrows. The tabic had for January .Lust Thursday morning, has returned to tho office of the Gen- its center piece a vase filled with 9th, Mr. Hugh Mobley nnd Mr. J. I). eral Attorney of the Southern Hall- flowers.. The juests were Air. John Gulley, wero seen leaving Lancaster, way in this city. .Mr. Walker is re- son's army friends who have returned for Waco, Ky, a distant point of 'I lie affair proved a garded as ono of'tha brightest young to Lancaster. thirty miles. It was a business trip, lawyers In Wushington. Ho is the very delightful one. not for the National Bank, of which youngest brother of Messrs L. L. and Mr. Sterling llerron of the murines .Mr. Mobley is an efficient officer, not Green Clay Walker. "Rich" In who was in so many of the bloodiest for the business firm of which Mr. Advocate. battles of the war and who was both Gulley has served for the past fifty John D. Holtzclaw has returned to wounded and gassed, and Mr. Allen years, but upon inquiry we learned New York after spending a fifteen Johnson, who was on the Burroughs, long before they returned, that Mr. days furlough with home folks nnd one of the boats which met President Mobley was going to Waco for the friends. Ho is n Marine aboard the Wilson as he arrived for the Peace I urposo of forming a new firm, by Pennsylvania and had the distinction Conference, entertained the ladies of taking for his life partner, Miss being aboard when that ship escorted tho Womans Club, last Thursday af- Mabel Langley, a charming and atthe President to France. They land- ternoon with so.r.e of their wonderfut tractive young lady of that city. ed in Brest for a few hours and re- uxperlences. The marriuge ceremong was per The Club meets reguturned to New York for the Nuval larly on Thursday afternoons at 2:30, formed by Iiev. C. S. Ellis, at I'alnt Review before Secretary Daniels. and the new ccurso of study,"Causes Lick, he being the pastor of tho Bap They are soon to sail for Cuba to Behind tho World War" Is proving tist church there. The ceremony taking place at four in the afternoon. very interesting and instructive. fpend the remalrder of the winter. I'et-tu11 Dun-vill- o Immediately after the marriage they returned to Lancaster and stopped nt the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Gul-lewhere they are now happily located. Upon their arrival many close fiiends greeted them with a warm reception and a wedding supper that only this genial hostess can prepare. About twenty frienda participated in this happy occasion. Mr, Mobley has made many friends sinco coming to Lancaster a few months tgo. At present he is the book-keepfor the National Bank and is very popular. The best wishes of the community ere extended to Mr. Mobley and his fair young bride and wish them even more happiness than they experienced ns class mates at Berea College, where the littlo romance originated and has ended so happily. Don't Tease Child. Teasing has ruined the disposition of muny a child. The parents aro not likely to bo guilty of such conduct, but older children In the family, or some other relative, may maku the child's life utterly miserable by constant teasing. A thoughtless ndult, Intending to be playful, will keep u child struggling for some object, almost allowing blmt to get It over nnd oVr again, only to thwart the child's purpose, and so causing a wearing Irritation. One Reason Girls Steal. Tills bit of philosophy of a reformed girl thief was contained In an urttcle In tho Peoplo'8 Hniae Journal mi tho value of the probation law: "A girl can no more live without a few pleasures ami pretty possessions than she can without food. Take It from me. Kills don't want to steal. If they knew how to earn things for themselves, Ihey wouldn't bo bud. Someday there'll bi ii way found for girls to cum what thoy iiecl before they get Into trouble, not ufter. Then tho whole world'll be different." Music's Value In Home, ifnslc Is so general In Its Inspiring appeal to our better emotions that we cannot afford to neglect Its cultivation In the home. Tew mothers realize the Importance of training and association In this direction. One ventures to say that many men and wumeu hive been Impelled to right living uucl accomplishment of high Ideals by tho Intangible strain nf music that runs like a bright thread of sentiment through the stress of busy Uus. Mechanical piano players and other Ingenious musical devices threaten less personal participation In a onetime pleasure. i 'taspWM! a&3E&aj The Central Record. Thursday, Jan 16, 1919. Roosevelt Will Read. Colonel OYSTER I1AY, N. Y Theodore Iloosevelt's will, made in 1012, was rend to members of the family at Sagamore Hill last week. Altho the value of the former President's estate was not made known, It was understood to amount to about According $500,000. to Attorney fJeorge C. Cobbe, of New York, who read the will, the document provides that the entire estate, with the exception of the family silver and plate, shall be held in trust for the widow during her life, and gives her power to dispose of it by will m she sees fit. In the event she leaves no will the estate is to be divided In equal parts among the children. The family silver and plate, Mr. Cobbe said, arc to be divided among the children, ns Is a $00,000 trust fund left to Colonel Itooscvelt by his Were you of the tyrant's murdering raped and mob that ravaged, slew! Or one of the 'boys' from my nntlvo land or nn allied soldier true? Would that In some wny I could tell by feeling your glistening skull. Itut you answer not ns I tap bone with bone, only a sound low nnd dull Comes from the cavern of you; and I drop you down In the spot Where the DEVIL either saw you fall or where GOD has not forgot. Optimistic Thought One Is filled with riches who Imowi how to do without them. Paint en Window Qlata. To remore paint or vnrnlah from window gtnss. Keep the spota moistened tilt ftift, with turpentine and am. monln; then rub with ronrso doth dipped In coarae suit. Or mnlsteif spot" with linking sodn dtoolrrd In hot water. Then sempe oft. The edge of n coin Is Miinetltnee, ued. llou'ewlfe. When the eraser becomr well worn It Is npt tn stneai the paper when It Is ined to erase a litter. To avoid this, alinply rub n little rhalk on the nice of the ernser nnd no smear will occur; and the erasure of the letter will be done much more quickly as well as more neatly. Borlnc Rubber Corks. To bore n hole In n rubber cork la n 'problem to anyone who does not know the trick, hut simple enough when that Is known. It la tn moisten the Ixirer with a Utile f a fairly strung ny 10 ier rent) solution of cntnllc soda or iNilnMi. It will then cut the rubber with little more dim-cutthan It will cut cork. Polish Up Your Buttons. To restore flue pearl button to their former eolnr nnd lu.lrr wnnh In warm water nnd snap sud, then ilry 'anil ixillsli with a nail bulTrr ami a rake of nail iKillnh. .Vow that It la dimrult tn get the finer quality of buttons, this method la .satisfactory the button look like new. Rich Rhine Country. Strange tu aay. the line grain's are slnvs of tho lthltic and Ihe choicest varieties, as Johiiiinl.litirger nnd HlelnlxTger. nre priKliiriil hither up Hie river, south of the lthlne prolnre. II Is, neterthr-l- e, Ihe land of the lie, imperially the Moselle alley. Tlie substantial claim of Ihe province la Us mineral wealth. grow n on the J i I THE BIRTH OF 11 NATION D. W. GRIFFITHS Mightiest Spectacle. Uuquestionably the great- Erastr Hint Quit Laxativas, P ureas; Try NR NR fllKt SH 'Jh. atBaaaaBaH est Motion Picture of the ngo. Far better than Hearts of the World. Nothing like this wonderful attraction has ever been shown any where but in the cities. Tonight Tomorrow Feel Right It covers n wide range of History and American touches only the high Point of interest in the Great events that led up to and terminated the Civil War. 18,000 people and 3000 horses pass before your view in a wild dash over miles of Country Hoad. 'ftiRhy BaaaaaiaaaaMaaaaaaB Sec the Klu Klux Klan. Sec the surrender of I.ce nt Appomatox. (H JJaaaac 'aBar aaMrTSaBMaSBBI T2SSiB!!!K f, ?w 1-- Matinee Price 35c, 50c, 75c, $1. and War Tax doea It U a mistake, to ynur.rU with Inatlve pill, calomel, oil. purges and cathartics It weaken force Imi.1 action and father. trio liowrl. and Ut.r and makes conThe will named ns trustees I.ieutcn-nu- t stant do.lns neceary. Why don't you berln rlnht todiy tn Colonel Theodore ltoosevclt, Jr., overcome your oun.tipailoii and act your sysleri In such and W. Emlin Itooscvelt, u cousin of that dilty purging- will t unnMM7?ImjxWi the Colonel. of ran do so irct ft Ha (Nit Tablet! nnd Nature's Itemed a week or eo. take on each nlsht Kit Tablets do much mora than n.rcly rauso pleasant eary bowel action. the ThU mcdlelnn acta ulcrstlto aa well a orens (To a skull picked up on the allied promotes good tllfstlon. cuu.e tho tiidy to cct tha noLrlfl.mrnt from all battlefields of France by Lieut C. U tho fi.tl you rat, Given you a rood, Spencer, now stationed at Camp hearty appetite, alrrnstheea the liter. vr- - tine) bl'.ln'j.ne. kidney . teiculate Alnbnmn.) and bom. I nrlton nnd .JUes the whole iHxty a thorough The bleaching sun nnd driving rain out This neror ; ItshM yon will nt ..have to taue have left )ou clean nnd bare medh to everv diy At oc. a.o. at M; In Of flesh and feature, tonguj and ear, I tablet will Lvrp our Udy yourcondit t tion and you can n'wsy . f. el nnd even unto hair: Try Nature'! Kemei. l .s'l T. ' and prove this. It 13 lUn bH Cave holes the eyes for ant anil worm lne.ll' tne that you en ti.e and roft ; iwr t 'i f that crawl and squirm within eti twcniy-fl.e- . Uix. rtar-o-irtr . liil INK Table') I. Nature's Rem To feast nnd dance nnd breed and die M, Kuarantem edy our iruwCis and rt ummendtd b where once your brain had been. There were buzzard marks upon the ' R. E. McROBERTS, Lancaster, Ky. bone, gleaming tombstone white That mark the dying place of thot's before their homeward (light. I pick you up from the field of strife, once wet with blood of men. And I ponder who and what you were from whence you came and when. J The Skull. fr ei u.l Night IT IS ONLY IN and War Tax. 50c, 75c and $1.00' THE LOUISVILLE COURIER-JOURNA- L 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-JournalEditorial Manager, sent to Paris as a special staff correspondent. CONGRESS AND NATIONAL POLITICS, covered at Washington by Associated Press and by Tom 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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Your pleasant smile cannot be seen, Or know your kindly heart, For people at the telephone Are often miles apart. The girl Has a Mistakes So be who answers "Central" score of lines to mind, nre sure to happen. patient and be kind. HfEH For life is like u garden, Where our dalfy acts nre grown; And as nature hath ordained it, Wc will reap at wc have sown. "smile" and reap a smile" And in the end you'll find That nothing pays more interest Than the art of being kind. Then sow a -- BASTIN BROTHERS, LANCASTER. KY, THE CENTRAL RECORD Is Enabled to Offer This verse was found pasted on n telephone which had been returned to the wareroom at St Augustine, SouthFla. Its origin is unknown. ern Telephone News. ; THE DAILY COURIER-JOURNA- L And The Cliance of a Lifetime! Now is the time to buy a good, sound U. 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Send or bring your subscription and remittance at once to tho office of al al al al al al your farm at a reasonable price. Nine Hundred Horses and Mules To be told at the Kentucky State Fair Grounds in Louisville, Ky., on January 21, 22 and 23, for cash to the highest bidder. The war is over and the Government has no further uo for these animals. They are sound, fat and in excellent condi-tiojost the kind of horses and mules Uncle Sam uses. Every animal has been worked within the last two months. a; Sale will be held in closed pavilion. All necessary help given by the Quartermaster ia loading and billing stock for shipment Auxiliary RenouRt Depot No. 319, Louisville, PHONE 174. TAYLOR Ky. THE CENTRAL RECORD, LANCASTER, KENTUCKY The Central Record, Thursday, Jan 16, 1919. EAR TICKS MAY BE CONTROLLED M. S. 1 Stinging Criticism. Said the facetious feller, "These old tlmo school teachers may have had some funny Ideas about, teachln', but you gotta give 'em credit for knowln' that a good substantial ruler, when rightly applied to n stupid student would make him smart." Prepared. A train, running on a line which had HATFIELD DENTIST Offle. over Th. Carrard Dank Phones Office S. R.iid.nc. 376, KENTUCKY, LANCASTER, Injection of Pino Tar and Cotton seed Oil Found to Be Effective With Stock. DIPPING IS NOT EFFECTIVE Or. Wm. D. Pryor, Veterinary Office it Italney's l.lvrry Stable, Kentucky Lancaster. and Dentist. Surgeon Animals In Infected Territory Should 0 Examined at Frequent Inter, vals and Treatment Applied as Often as Needed. WE GOT THE PRICE For You. See what your neighboring tobacco growers have been realizing when they sell their crops at the HOME WAREHOUSE in Richmond. We've got the coin waiting here for you. Look this over. Lear and Mills Sold !!35 lbs 2U0 15c For irrrparrd by mt-n- J.J.Byrne Exclusive Optometrist. DANVILLE, - KENTUCKY. Opposite Gilcher Hotel. Offlc. Hours 8 to 12 and 1 to S p.m. J. ft. Beazlev FUNERAL DIRECTOR Office Over National Hank. Ilesidence I'hon 3. Office I'lione 27 I.ANCASTKIt, KY. H. J. PATRICK, DuntiHt. Kentucky. Faint Lick, ui Agriculture.) Ear tkks, parasites, which Infect the earn of rattle, horses, shop, dogs and other animals am cause heavy losses among the stock In the M'tnlarld section of thq south western Mutes, cannot he eradicate! by dipping, hut limy be cunt rolled ami !oeK inny be prevented by Injecting Into the earn of lufctcl animals mixture of pine tar aim cottonseed oil. Dipping Not Effective. L'nllko the cattle fever tick, which attaches Itself In the outside portions of entile, the ear tick cuniiot be eradl rated or controlled by the ordinary methods of ttlittric The remedy thor oughly tested hy the buniit of anlinnl Industry In field Investigations con purts by volume of or of dinary commercial pine tar nun one part by volume of cottoo-ce- d oil. This inltttire Is Injected' directly Into the ears by mentis of a metal or hard rub ber syringe. In nilxlnjr the Ingredlentx the cotton nil should be ndiled to the pine tar mid stirred until a unlfortnl) smooth mixture Is obtained. In colt! weather the pine lar and cottonseed oil should be wnrmed ko they "III mix readily anil How freely, but they should not be heated more than Is lire tlx t'nltnt rintra Deiart TheseWe Can Get It achieved an unenviable notoriety for Howness ami unpunctunllty, after losing considerable time In n short Journey, suddenly stopped In the midst of fields. "Ouard I" shouted a Jovial passenger, "may I get out and pick some fiowcrsi" "Afraid you won't find many nbout here," said the conductor, "Oh. there'll be heaps of time," replied the Jovial passenger "I've brought a packet of seeds." lbs at 235 850 85 105 95 100 lli lo 70 70 80 :$5 150 .'190 215 195 200 190 lbs nt at lbs at lbs, at lbs at lbs at lbs at lbs at lbs at lbs at lbs at lbs at lbs at lbs at lbs at lbs at lbs at Average 50c. 190 lbs at 50c. 200 lbs nt 19c. 180 lbs at c. 57c. 59c Average 58 Average 45c. Foundation of Brotherhood. "The doctrine of the llrotherhood of Is u beautiful dream, but It forever the baseless fabric of a dream, unless It Is founded upon the deepest of all realities, the Futherhood of flod. To better our social condi tions we need close thoughts, careful study, a diligent application of the best method., but at lat without faith In the eternal foundations there can be no final adjustment of social difficulties, 40c. and all earthly wisdom Is but as soundDr. ing brass and 20c. Samuel Smith. clanging cymbals." Man COc. Davidson and Shearer Sold 59c. f24 lbs at 49c. :i8c. 280 lbs at 58c. 49c. 2G0 lbs at 59c. 57c. 240 lbs at 52c. 27c. 285 His at 5Cc. 5'lc. 230 lbs at 54c. 10c. 295 lbs at lGc. 135 lbs at :i9c. 57c. Average 52c. GOc. Bellamy Sold J. 315 lbs at 53c. GOc. 365 lbs at 3G5 lbs at 70c. GOc. 280 lbs at 190 lbs at 35c. 105 lbs at 27c. 200 lbs at 16c. 44c. Average 51 38c. c. 57c. .19c. 14U E. M. Roop Sold 195 48c. 27c. 50c. 40c. 59c. 53e. 59c. 59c. 44c. plled kills the tick but does not Injure Burnam the animals. Cottonred oil In u fairly good Kotwnt fur ear wax, and the mix 110 lbs at VETERINARIAN. ture penetrates ordinary looe imh."ci 1G5 Call, Aniw.r.d Promptly Day or of ear wax and ticks, but It will not :155 lbs at lbs at Mlietrate the hard masses, to break 1120 lis at Night. I'hon. 317. up which the ue of all ear probe made 105 lbs at KENTUCKY, of baling wire Is LANCASTER. mscetel. The pre! nratlon rerommeiidel not only kills nil ear ticks with which It comes in etiutnet, but being of a sticky conils tenry It remain In the earn and pro tects the animals acalnst reliiicMii' Hon for about 'M days. Fine Cut Flowers. frequency of Treatment. Animals In I lie Infeiteil area, the bulletlu Miys. should be exnmlned lit John M. fniiiieiil InterviiN and treatment n- - Dr. Printus Walker esnry. Thli preparation when properly n- - and Shelton Sold . 59c. 205 lbs at 134 lbs at 5Cc. 130 lbs at COc. 195 lbs at COc. 220 lbs at COc. 200 lbs at 230 lbs at. 220 lbs at 105 lbs at 395 295 200 300 250 225 220 95 105 Taylor and Long ids at lbs at lbs at lbs at lbs at lbs at lbs at lbs at lbs at lbs at lbs at 19 Average 44c Children of Great Men. Shakespeare from bad children whom the world never heard. So It was with Dickens. None of his children came anywhere near his standard. Owen Meredith was a mediocre writer as compared with his father. Sir Edward llulwer Lytton. I.ytton, while n very voluminous writer, was nlso strong and fine nt ull times. Alexander Dumas flls could not at any time compare with Dumas the elder. Sold Nathaniel Hawthorne was head and shoulders above his son, Julian, In tho 'ju jc 46c. power to rroduce books worth while. 47c. 49c. 50c. 55c. $125. a iWonth for MEN and WOMEN. 49c. 49c. 28c. 20c. 3-- 4 Honaker W. A. WHEELER DENTIST Men and women, ages 1C to 45, who have finished eighth grade or its c. equivalent, are wanted, from each county, for business positions paying up to $125. a month. Chances for promotion good. Experience NOT necessary. We train you. Mail this: COUPON DUAUGHON'S Nashville, Tenn. Box K 87. Send particulars of your proposition. (Name), ROM TOBACCO WARHQUS McRoberts. Richmond, Kentucky, Address) I.ANCASTKIt, Hour 8 JOHN 12 - p. in KKNTUCKY. 7:3i) Itp.m Ofllce over Stormes Drue Starr. a.m. 1 4 WHITE L CO. LOUUVILLE, KY. Llfcarat ad full .Iim p.U sssftnwit PUBLIC SALE! JtrT. rlldM Oaal SalM MRS aat) ' T .- . J 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 willtm ' liX Builniu.Phonojraphy TYPEWRITING and BOOKKEEPING Steers of This Type Are Replaelnj Na tive Scrub Stock In the South. Idled as often ns neoeMiry to protect them nsalnt dlcotiifort mid losses cnu'iil by ear licks. HertN grazluc on InfeHed mures should be trenteil iHte In the fall or early In the winter to prevent winter and sprint; loi-e- s to poorly iiourMud ranee cuttle. All animals In an InfeMeil herd Mould be trento! whether or not they fliow Wlien animals are urosslr Infested and the car canals ure,jaeked full of ticks the parasites aiv easily vinlbl, ti but when the Is llshl or moderate the ticks may be Hie paraMtes usually attach them when In the deep folds of the ear or crawl Into the ear cuunl and follow It liiuard, MimctlmcH as far ns the ear drum. Animals budly Infested usually hake their beads and repeatedly turn them from ride to side, meanwhile In verting first ono car and then tlie other. Restraining Animals for Treatment Most animals opHise. the Insertion of anything Into their ears. Thu farmer who has only u few geutle farm animals to treat may tie them to u post or restrain them by other methods, but In treating lierus of wild range cattle or horses special equip ment, such us dehorning chutes, brand- ug chutes or other cuttle chutes may b used. liar ticks are especially prevalent In the serularld sections of the southwestern urea of the United States. The Infested areas, however, extend as far north us Nevada and Oregon. Thu climate In parts of Texas, Oklahoma, ?tev Mexico, Arizona and California seems to fuvor their rapid multiplication. The ticks remain ftttached to the ears of the animals for several months, and thlpmeuts of live stock from tlio Infested area to various points In the L'Dlted h'tutes cause the ;iarasltcs to become widely disseminat ed, but moisture !f apparently detrimental to their development In certain stages, and they do nut eeem to be able to flourish lu any part ut the United States except the scinlarld sections of the West, WILBUR R.SM TfH BUSINESS TELEGRAPHY In COLIEQE rrwltfal lu imo1 mwLiir Wednesday, Jan., 22nd, 1919 m""""1' The undersigned hereby give warn. Ing to all persons not to trespass upon our lands for any purpose whatever as wo will prosecute nil offenders to the fullest extent of the law. Hunters and fishermen especially take notice. H. U Elkln, Mrs. Cora Phillips, Mrs. Emma Daniels, K. L. Arnold. Mrs. Sarah J. P. Hackley, Mrs. Emma Iligglnbolham, Edd and N. II. Price. S. C. Rlgsby. D. M. Anderson. POSTED 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 BAERE L 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. Last Fall I made a test days run with this mill. I ground 100 bushel of wheat, cost me $207, the wear on sacks cost $2.50, the hauling cost $4.35, kerosene cost $4.50, machine oil cost 25 cents, labor cost $G.00. Total cost put on market $224.60. Out of this 100 bushels I got 4350 pounds of flour at 6 cents, brought $261.00. I also got pounds of bran at 2 cents, brought $31.20, making a total of $292.20, leaving a 'net profit of 1560 $67.20. The average days profit on custom grinding with corn mill is about $8.00. 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 onq 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-o- lletwecnCuzcoandjlachu I'lrcliu, Artistic Shop Signs. In Peru, nro quaint kiwis Indicating what In sold In the I ml nil hula. A small hunch of uheut uu tlio end of a pole Indicates rhlclm a nntlvo corn beer for unle within. A green wreath means bread for rale, while a piece of white cloth Indicates aguardiente, a power-fu- l white rum. ld 12 Gals. Poultry Tonic 'HBsjKL '.saBsaiaiaKsaiaiaiaim. Aw mBBEr tHiltrylufilc known 2f , ar who aotin iMjiue 01 VCltt IMIIM faJtif Curt ami iirevriiU fftpe. iimuvi-ucH-cuoieri. aua Wher At Uruir rUU or by mill iMJktvtvM. jr book t rwi, You can tntVa JJ ralluiu tif llitt Lett Tm m lia. dl'tei. LESLIE T. BRflDSHftW CAPT. AM BOURNE, Auctioneer. BRADSHAW MILL, KENTUCKY.- - IIoseMen Brother. The Central Record, Thursday, Jan 16, 1919 ANNOUNCEMENT OF JOHN D. CARROLL Candidate tor Dsmpcratic Nomination tor Governor. Hcatii oC lli.t hiont excellent &vr vhlch limits .1 cAfid.iiitv for (lover nor to llO.uOo, tr .iboul $11 to the rojnty, to promote hi candidacy, heen ntceatary to tinl my com In pftnifhi p'eie Announcement :ur i. und It will te dim rll.uHMl It contain! ihruurhout th- - .State. vIcwp on pub- n tement of my full lic questions. anJ J would like to see k ropy In the hand of every lm-ocratl- I In thlfl brief ipace, oIerthe bitve uttemtiteil to summarti more Important subject! touched on which will be tent In that pamohIM to anyone requeatlnar It. , Liquor Question. rupport the 1 will vote for and to the Oonntttutlon to Amendment i.f the Plate au the present Indebted ,iesii may be retired without Increas- ni, taxes. rt with every legitimate to better Ihlnir conditions. I fa-such legtslstton ns will promote the comfort and proiperlty of the wage earner Law and Order. Confident that the supremacy of law and preservation of order are In- dispensable to our peace and happi ness, i am ana amays nave uen a strong advocate of speedy and vigorous enforcement of law, 1 abhor mob law and am gratified that there will be submitted to the voters at the November election an amendment to the Constitution providing for th removal of any 1'eaoe Officer for neglect of duty. I will vote for this amendment and If elected wilt urge the Legislature to enact suitable laws fur Its enforcement. Pardons, I think the rower to nardon should be sparingly exercised and pardon ranted 3 emand only when the ends of Justice It. Nonpartisan Judiciary. The Integrity and freedom partisan bias of the Judiciary offrom th State Is a matter for congratulation of every cltlsen. 1 believe, however. mm mt judiciary moma oe nonpartisan tojthe end there may not even be a suspicion that their Judgment as warped by partisan feeling. Xonpartlun Institutions. Our public Institutions should be honestly and absolutely divorced from partisan politics Faithful and competent men should not be removed for partisan purposes cr political reasons. Fair Kl rctlons Co rru pt Practice Act Our Corruot Practice AaXa u long and fine step toward prevent ing oriDcry oecause it limits the sun that a candidate mar aDnii itv provisions of this act I Intend to observe strictly, according to Its letter as well as spirit, although so doing will necessarily deprive me of the benefit of much legitimate letter writing ana neipiui advertising. Independent Vote. If the Democratic party desires to win It roust nominate candidates who can secure the Independent vote. The Democrats should nominate that man. whether It be myself or another, who can poll the largest vote In tho No- vcmoer election. Uaslnccs Admin Ut ration. Believing that the State may be likened to a big business corporation, I shall favor Its business being conducted as nearly as possible In the same economical and efficient manner as the affairs of a large and business concern. I will demote all my time and attention to looking after State business, having no other ambition than that of being known aa a business Governor, and during me ierm snau not be a candl date. Where Candidate Lives. The section of the State that candl dates come from Is not material. Stanley, from Western Kentucky, received In the State 4,136 more votes than Black, from Kaetern Kentucky, jnd In two of the thirty-on- e mountain counties the vote was a tie between them. In twenty-tw- o of the Stanley got a ma other twenty-nin- e jority over itiacit. fioldlcrV Monument. To perpetuate the heroic rtila nt our soldiers who gave their lives for ine nonor anu saiety or tneir State and Nation and are now elenlntr in foreign lands. I advocate the erection oi a nooie monument mat will be enduring evidence of the grateful remembrance vim who are llvlnir hold the names ami memory of those who nave aiea. Conclusion. In this brief statement. I have at forth the principles I believe In and snail advocate, and in the primary election I respectfully ask the support of those Democrats who Indorse my position and who believe. If nominated and elected. I will honestly endeavor to put tnem into enective lorm. SHEEP EXHIBITS AT COUNTY FAIR Extension Worker Makes Educational Display, Attracting Much interest. IMPROVED LUMBER ALL KINDS. T.elng a friend of labor and sym- - METHODS SHOWN Beginner Shown Advisability of Using Ewes as Foundation Western Stock Farmers Reallxs Value, Sire. of Pure-Bre(Prepared bjr the United Slates Department of Agriculture.) That the county fair I n fertile field for carrying on extension work has been demonstrated In the upper peninsula of Michigan by Duncan L. McMillan, extension siwelallst In sheep husbandry of the United Stairs de partment of nurlculture, Willi the MlchlRan College of Agriculture. During the recent county fair season Mr. McMillan displayed a novel sheep exhibit, prepnriyt'strlctly on ed ucational lines, nt Ave local fairs, the object of the dlpluy was to demonstrate Improved methods In linnJlliu and breeding sheep to farmer already In, tho business, and to stimulate mid nsslst others In getting started properly. It Illustrated to bepln-ner- s the advisability of ulng western eves as foundation stock and crossing rnms of tho black-face- d them with pure-bre- d breeds to build and grade up flocks. Make-U- p of Exhibit The exhibit wns made up of several pons of sheep. Including one of west- era ewes brought In from the range this year, and others of first, second and third crosses of western ewes and pure-bre- d mills. One pen of Angora goals was used to demonstrate their brush-clearinability by placing quantities of brush In such fashion ns to make the goats climb for It. Milk gouts were also Included In the exhlli-l- t. The sheep In the exhibit were used for special Judging demonstrations (mil In Illustrating the mure Important points to be considered In selecting breeding stock nnd culling the flock. Visitors showed keen Interest unci took udtantnge of the opportunity to nsk questions, which kept the exten- - TOVES GOOD KIND. Builders Hardware. c Hervey Dally Thouoht, & Woods Dally Thought To deny tho freedom of the will Is ft morality lniossihl. Kroudo. make Uncle Sam's Ulanda, The Island of Tutulla nnd other small Samoan tlnnd came Into the possession of the United States la Jnnunry, lls). This Island has an area of nbout fifty-fou- r square miles, with a iNipulstlon of .LHO. Maunn and tho other Islets hae n united area of about twenty.llve square miles, with nbout ".lK Inhabllnuts. 4'ngo I'ajtu Is tho only good hnrbor. JO U.N it. l.tlUlUlX. tw Cattle. PAINT LICK, KENTUCKY. oronlbit th manufacture, tale and runinArluiloB of anlrl t uouc vinous. malt and other Intoxicating liquors. If elected. I wilt honestly and earnestly use all legitimate efforts to make effective by legislation the let ter as well as the spirit of this amendment. Woman Suffrage-Shoul-d the proposed Amendment to the Constitution be adopted bybyCongress. I will favor ratification the Kentucky Legislature. If this amendment does not pass Congress, I favor submitting an amendment to the Kentucky conferring Constitution ofwomen, and will vote suffrage upon for it. FxlucaUon. I have always been, and am now. ftvntd1 v attached to the Common School System. I am heartily In fa vor OI maKinif anif in pruviaiun io secure for every child In the State an opportunity to obtain at least a good common school education, furthermore, every effort ought to bo directed to the enforcement of the compulsory school law so that every child within school years may be required to attend some school. Public Roads. beX favor thorough tween State and county effort In road work so that good results may be obtained from the expenditure of State funds. Agriculture. As th chief wealth of our State 1 found In Its agriculture, i ravor put-ti- th State Agricultural Denartment on such a financial basis as win Enable It to render to the farm ers of the Htate the most efficient and practical service. New Tax Law. The principle of classification of property and Imposition of a different rate of taxation should not. In my Judgment, be changed until a fair Its Injustice. trial has demonstratedmay be In the Such Inequalities as present law nuum ur miw mj yrvp- legislation. er State Debt, Rtftta debt should not be oer- mittfd to arrow larger, and I would ..m ail anDroorlatlons In excess of revenue and try to arrange the affairs j lie who begs tlraldly courts n fu sal. Seneca. rtv j f i , The Milky Way. The arch of the Milky Way stretches across the evening sky from east t west, rising between Orion nnd (lend-nl- , Bracelets for Lunatics. whrre Jupiter seems n gorgeous itmrelets time wurti fmtn tlm diamond depending from Its lnces; I Immemorial, but few- - wearers of the passing through the golden chain . golden bunds of the present day know (sslow'la In the zenith, anil descend- that they were once used i distining to the western horizon between guish the Insane. Ilefore lunatics wire Vega, the dazzling gem In Apollo's confined to nsytums they wore an armlyre. let for distinction. Several Guesses Allowed. "Copper to ItnrnlL 1'licd." I'uzzle headline for gentle reader to solve, (luess whether It refers to the copper's post, or something else ngaln. Iluffalo Kxpress. VIBMii ing TOBACCO - - - TO THE - - - n JOHN D. CAJUtOLU Unhapplneu In Power. Instinct of Brotherhood. The moment w can use our possesPower Is detested and miserable Is the life of him who wishes ruther to sions to any good purpose ourselves, be feared than to be loved. Nepei. the Instinct of comruu&.catlng that use to others rises side by side with our power. Hu skin. Valuable Tree. A wonderful tree, known as the shea. Old University. Is beginning to attract commercial atCracow has the oldest university, tention In western Africa. It supplies the nutlvo not only with nuts, which bartns that of Prague, In central Euthey highly prize, but with a butter rope. It once numbered among itr that may become an article of commer- students Copernicus, who originated cial Importance. It Is already export-e- d and proved the remarkable theory that the earth revolved about the sun, and to Ilurope, where makers of artinot contrariwise. ficial butter find use for It. Besides Supplying Wool and Mutton, Sheep Are, Excellent Weed De- - stroyen. m men In charge of the exhibit busy explaining various phases of the sheep business. Important Things Accomplished. On the whole, the most tniortant things accomplUheil seem to be that i farmers came to realize the valuo of ' tint pure-bresire. Also, they learned to uppreclato western ewes us foun- -' datlon stock ami to recognize the error of using the open, course-woole- d j breeds of sheep for this purpore. 1.I011 LANCASTER f 0 B A C CO WAREHOUSE STANFORD STREET. AIM FOR BETTER SEED CORN THE NHTIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. County Agents Have Directed Ccnsld. erable Effort In Selection and Testing Campaigns. (Prepared by the United States of Agriculture.) Depart-me- CupJ.al $50,000. Surplus $30,000. lWt. S. (.. DENNY. Cashier. UlLL, A. It DENNY. President' J. E. STOKMES. Vice J. 11. Harris, J. I. Safety Deposit SOLICIT Boxes YOUlt for Rent. iWE Funeral Lancaster, UUSINESS. 'Alex It. Denny. J. II. Posey, J. E. J. I.. (Jill. Dr. W. H. Elliott. Directors. W. 8, Director Offlce Phone 18. RIGMEY- and Embalmer. Kentucky. Residence Phone 33. Itcallzlng the Importance of good seed corn us uu essential In Increasing production, nud knowing that seed corn Is best, county ugcuts huo directed considerable effort In Med-corselection und testing campaigns. Tin eo hundred und fifty-fou- r iijents insisted trj,S13 farmers last year In tho ".'! Northern und Western seed corn, und Hates In more than u million additional acres corn rewero planted with sulting from .work of tho agent during tliu previous fall. Assistance wus given to 'MX3i farmers In the testlic of seed corn, resulting lu UKi.Wtl additional acres being planted with tested fcced. Tho ugents conducted extension cumpalgus to eucourugo seed corn selection In the full and seediorn testing In Illinois, Iudlnua, lonu, Michigan und rennsylvaulii. CULTIVATE TO KILL SPtMH OIL We' Pay the Highest Market Price and Un- -' WEEDS load the Same Day. Necessary Moisture and Plant Food Utilized at Expense of Important Food Crops. Cultivation stirring tho soil kills weeds, which draw moisture und plant food at the expenso of the crops, and Incorporates air, a necessity, Into the soil. A clod of earth locks up plant food and prevent Its utilization by NO COMMISSION CHARGED. 1 Warehouse Phone 34 . Residence 245. the plant. I tf To Citizens of Lancaster and Garrard County As citizens of Garrard County and most especially those who are interested in and desire a permanent and satisfactory Telephone service, and most especially those who have no service at all, we wish to enlist your services, and aid, financially in the most part, toward a means that will accomplish that purpose. Ever since we have been identified with the business interests, public and private, of Lancaster and Garrard county there has been an unrest both with the telephone company and Its patrons and harmony being the chief support of all institutions, is it not high time that we take the opportunity of grasping the situation that now offers. It will be up to you, opportunity knocks, will you open or close the situation that confronts you? There has, indeed, been numerous attempts and countless appeals to the telephone company for better service and in each and every response, you know what the answer has been. Now, then, we have a choice, we must not retrograte, we must keep abreast the times, we have better parcel post service from the government, we are to have very much better roads and transportation facilities in general, this we see taking place constantly, but who knows when we had a decided change for better telephone service? Under the present ownership by Mr. Creech, thinking doubtless the telephone company would be favored by the Lancaster City Council with a franchise, he has been unsparing in expense to bring the telephone system and equipment up to standard, but being denied a franchise by the city of Lancaster, it is not even probable that we will receive the service anticipated or the service the system is capable of furnishing in its present state of condition. SOLUTION: You the citizens of Garrard county pay the tolls, pay the rentals, why not you who have the funds, own the telephone system and furnish thru your representative management the service your needs require. We the undersigned have an option on the Lancaster and Paint Lick Exchanges and at a price we know to be far less than what the present cost and construction of such a telephone system and shall offer the public the advantage of subscribing to a fund sufficient to exercise this option and own and operate thru their representative management the telephone company you patronize daily and furnish yourselves the service you desire. The telephone business is growing, it is one of the safest and one of the most profitable enterprises of the world. Yours Respectively, up-to-da- te D. A; Thomas. BUCKEYE Mr. (!. W. Itay hai new Kord cnr. Miss Maymc Sebastian spent Sun day with her lter, Mr Walter Grow. Mr. Marion Ilrown and ton, Har ris, visited relatives at Mt. Hebron last week. Mcssra Oscar and Hirnm Carter visited their brother, Mr. and Mrs. purchased G. C. Walker a Hubert Carter. Mrs. Overstrvet and son, Klein, of Jessamine County, were guests Sunday of Mr. nod Mrs. S. N. Morford. Mrs. Otto Simpson and daughters. Misses Irene nnd Lucile Grow, spent Tuesdoy with Mrs. K. H. Itay and daughters. Itcv. I). F. Sebastian filled his regular appointment here Saturday and Sunday und was the guest Sunday of Mr. und Mrs. Dave Long. The Ladies Missionary Society has been postponed for the last four months on account of flu. Now the ban has been lifted but on account of several new cases in the community, it will be postponed until February. Among those that are ill with the flu arc Mrs. T. 0. Hill, Mrs. T. C. Jen-kin- s, and Mr. Smlllie Hill, Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Ilrown, Mr and Mrs. Handy Kurti, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Cotton und son, Mr. and Mrs. Kemp Wulkcr nnd Mr. und Mrs. Wins Smith and cilhdren. -- COTTON. On last Wednesday morning, Jan. 8th, nt an early hour the Death Angel visited the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Cotton, nnd claimed as its victim, their little soil, Harlan. Ho had been in ill health for somo time and had he lived until the 27th day of this month ha would have been eight years old. Little Harlan was loved by all who knew him, and he will be greatly missed by his little school mates here. He leaves to mourn his loss, a father, mother, and two little brothers. His remains were taken to tho Lancaster cemetery for burial last Thursday. Deepest sympathy is Monday. Hoy and Tommie Long and Chester were with their Amon Uroaddus Mrs. Susan Brooddus Mr. und Mrs. Hobart Teatcr, Mr. grand-motheand Mrs. Hugh Mobcrlcy, und little Saturday night. daughters, Mr. Jesse Casey und fain-- , Misses Mubel Prewitt nnd Mary B. ily, and Mr. Silas Muthews und fam- Hardin left for Bcrea, where they ily ure umong tho "flu" suflcrers in will enter the school there. All wish this community. them much success in their school work. BRADSHAW MILL. Richmond Whilo coming from Mr. Earl l'rcwitt's family are ill where he had been to sell his tobacco, with flu. Mr. Jim Hardin had the misfortune Mr. Wilson Hurt's family are all ill to have his team run away, he was thrown from the wagon and seriouswith tho flu. Miss Linda Saunders was a recent ly Injured. Also ono of the horses was injured. visitor of Mrs. Susan llronddus. Mrs. Ilascom I'rewitt spent ThursOn Loving. day night with Mr. and Mrs. Jesse "What I can't understand Is that tf Fast. people want to bo loved and everybody does why In th'e name of goodMr. Clayton Saunders of Cincinnati, is visiting relatives here ut this ness don't they do a little loving on their own account? You needn't explace. 1L- 1 I pect to get what you don't give." Mrs. Jcsso Fast and children spent "Kitty Canary." by Kute L. llokher. Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Ilascom CUNN'S CHAPEL. ' I'rewitt. . Celtic Isle. The smallest dependency of Franco Mr. and Mrs. I). M. Long und famMiss Ilert Dalley Is In Jessamine Is the He U'lloedle, kltuuted at the east ily spent Sunday with Mrs. Susan with relatives. of Holla Me. Its, population Is 2.18. Mrs. Dock Simpson of Richmond Ilroaddus. The Deoille do not ktvnk Vrpnrli tint Miss Jewell I'rewitt was a guest of Celtic. Fishing Is the principal Indus was here Friday. Mrs. Josephine Dailey spent Thurs- her brother, Mr. and Mrs. C C Pre- - try, anu an tlie inhabitants uro provided with food at an Inn managed by witt, Friday. day with Mrs. John Land. the women. The town lias no streets. Mr. and Mrs, Arthur Sebastian Mr, and Mrs. Layton were guests The houses are mostly of mud. of Mr. and Mrs. P.ay Noel, Sunday. Messrs Frank and Hiram I.und motored to Lexington Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Doolin were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. It. Sparks, Sunday. Mr. nnd Mrs. Mcrritt Underwood arc the proud parents of a son, born Jan. 8th. Mr. and Mrs. Powell Dailey were cuests of .Mr. nnd Mrs. John Wesley Dailey Sunday. Mrs. Charles Grow who was operated on for appendicitis last Monday is recovering nicely. Mrs. Hubert Long, Miss Francis Long and Mr W. I". Long of Lancas ter, spent Sunday here. Mr. John Lund sold his entire crop of tobacco to .Mr. Wesley Simpson at 10 cents per pound. Messrs A. C Miles, Itay Noel, Chns Grow nnd Robert Whittuker were in Lexington the pust week. Miss Lenna Hollon left Monday for an indefinite visit with her aunt, Mrs. J. II. Little., of llnrriman, Tenn. Mrs. J. M. Anion is the proud owner of a line Aberdeen-Angu- s cow which presented him with twin heifer enhes recently. Mr. Amon is collecting a very nice herd of these spent Sunday with Mr. anil Mrs. N. L. Prewitt. Mrs. Grant Saunders nnJ son, were guests of Mr. und .Mrs. F. M. Agce, Saturday. McClelland Casey, Dclbert Prewitt and James Ilurton Saunders were in Sunday. Misses Jewell and Christine Sebas tian were guests of Misses Linda and Nancy Saunders Sunday. Dclbert nnd Sadie I'rewitt spent Saturday night und Sunday with James und Nancy I'rewitt: Mrs. Ilurton Suunders and little daughter, Elizabeth, were visitors of Mrs. I. H. Moore, Tuesday night. Mr. and Mrs. Cnrl Baker nnd little daughter, Ida Mae, were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. S. N. Saunders, Sunday. Mrs. Burton Saunders nnd daughter, Eliiubeth.'werc visitors of Mrs. S. N. Saunders Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Grant Saunders spent Tuesday with her son, Morse Hill, who is Improving from an attack of the flu. Mrs. Burton Saunders and little daughter, and Linda Saunders, were visitors of Mrs. Grant Saunders, on EVERYBODY KNOWS MEANS BUICK Revised Prices The assurance of material for quantity production of Buick cars enables the Buick Motor Company to establish the following prices on the various Buick models, effective January first, 1919. These prices will not be changed during our present dealers' selling agreements. Three Passenger Open Model Five Passenger Open Model Four Passenger Closed Model Five Passenger Closed Model Seven Passenger Open Model Seven Passenger Closed Model $1495 1495 1985 - - 2195 1785 - 2585 - Danville Buick Co. L. B. CONN, Proprietor. 431 W. Walnut Street. Danville, Kentucky.' 1 The Central Record, Thursday, Jan 16, 1919. giniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitm THE DOLT j By ARLINE A. MACDONALD. Sheriffs Sale FOR lllllltlMllllllllllllllllllltlllNIIIIIIIIIIIIIrl HjnJIeale.) If lllchnrd IW hml not been a poor dolt lie would never lime been a fcood 'soldier. At least, so Itlrlmrd hlm.elf It In ii letter that Abe Wnltnn, tin- - town clerk, received li.uk home from "somewhere lu France." The young soldier had lieen the recipient of a number of congratulatory I, A. K. Walker, Sheriff of missives consequent upon a published County, wilt on nccount of hU nets of heroism nnd daring on the western front. And the 27th 1919, MONDAY, JANUARY youth had rend them modestly and had penned a solitary reply to Abe being County Court Day, olftr same W.ilton nt Kensington, knowing that for sale nt the Court House door, nt Abe would take. It In turn to the re- M'octlve villagers. And Abe did. Kentucky, the following Now young Doe had never borne an real property, returned delinquent, enviable name In the village. Tall same being the amount due for state. anil handsome, lie regularly Joined the hangers on about the general store, County and schto! taxes, for the working at nothing, and giving but year 1918. Said sale to begin at little promise of ever doing anything one o'clock Standard time. The else. He made a fit subject for the names of those paying before that gossips, of which there were manv. VevertlisMess, Richard Doe time will "be stricken from the list. conscious that lie possessed certain latent qualities which ought to be NO. I. LANCASTER, WHITE. i mnile patent. They needed only a time Hemphill. J. C, n. r. Und of trial to bring out their grit and pit 29.02 record-breakin- g I ability. And the time came, and Ituth Meadows, A. J. and J. C, land, 14.24 n niton was responsible for It. No. I, LANCASTER, COLORED. Ituth was the only daughter of Abe Walton, and a teacher In the village Alcorn, Minerva, lot,. 4.33 school, fche was a tall, slender girl & Anderson, (Iran, land 1G.4S scarcely out of her teens, whose face Arnold, l.ury, lot, 3.33 was one of those quite as striking for courHall, Joe, lot 0.28 lit character as Its beauty. Ilcazley, Mary, hrs, land She udmlred Doe, liked him for his 10.33 .mputhctlL' understanding of his felHenley, Sam, land, 5.9K low human beings, his sense of the Illand, Hill lot 5.31) so peodramatic, his untrnmiueled' How of Burnsldcs. Mary. lot.. 3.32 words, which were the best perquisites Cunningham, Bony hrs, lot,.. 2.H2 of his friendship for a girl In her pn Denny, Mary Jane, lot, 2,10 fesslon. Ouce he had reproved her Dunn, Ulll, Und 6.0B for merdunclng und had brusquely every-da- y Kavanaugh, Mattie, lot, 2,38 turned from Tom Whitney's proffered Kennedy, Jane, hrs, lot, 3.110 cigarette case. It was at the supper table that Ituth hud Mild: Alex lot. s.ir, Whitehouse 6'Mlddleton, Boyle county, average pounds, l.eavell, Anderson, lot, "Dick lacks the 'pep' that character-lie- s 7.21 the modern young man. He does l.eavell, Ellen and Ceph lot, 19.70 average Donahue Bros., Boyle county, not smoke, he does not dance. He'a pounds, Itothuell, Henry. Und, 7.74 too handsome to work. He's a dolt." NO, 2. BRYANTS VILLE, One day. In desperation. Doe decidWHITE. -average Royster Ray, Lancaster, pounds, ed that he would force the attention , Evans, Mrs. Mamie 11. land,. 0.84 of the village upon his talent. He (Karley, Tom, land, 7.04 whispered something Into the car ot G. W. Denny, Lancaster, average pounds, freston, Asliury, land, Abe Walton, who had nlready given 4.7U the jouth a big corner In his own NO. 2. COLORED. average Epperson & Hazel wood, Boyle county, heart. The next morning be dropped pounds, qnltly out of the village and the Hanks, Charlie, land 05.78 tongues of the gossips wagged furious-Denny, George, land, 6.81 Phil Brown, Lancaster, pounds, average , who never meddled airs. II Dunn, Tom, hrs, land, 3.20 with anyone's affairs, reminded the Dunn, William, land, neighbors that a year before she had 8.70 Floyd, William, lot, said that Itlthard Doe would disap9.37 pear some day and would turn up Jones, Hock, lot 7.04 nicer in a penitentiary. Stewart, Tom. lots, "As for Abe f.14 Walton," she declared, "be has yield- Sutton, Lee, lots, 4.80 eti iiih energy to the hypnotic Influ Williams, William, lot, 12.10 nice or that loafer scalawag." It was true that Doe's departure NO. 3. WHITE. gave Abe more energy. He quickly Adkinson, Josie, land, got a contract from a Jiew .York Jour7,09 Adams, Andy, land. nalist for the erection of u pretentious 12.S7 Howling. C. W. land stucco mansion on the knoll adjoining 4.50 own noinesteacl. llurton, J, D. Und, 3.81 Time passed quickly at Kensington. Ilurton, Woodson, land, 4.47 June came and the robins piped their Horn, W. T. land sweetest lay, and the oilor of the rose Osborne, E., land, 12.30 ana the honeysuckle stole through Preston, Itobert, land, 9.03 screened chamber windows. At the Rogers, Curtis, Und, 4.82 rlose of a balmy afternoon Kuth Wat Sebastian, S. 8. land, ton sat alone In her own boudoir read 20.21 Whlttaker, W. H. land ing a war story which appeared In the 8.31 newspaper. NO. 3, COLORED. Suddenly she remembered that there was a dance that evening In the pa WtSSSSmCSBSSSXSXSSSSSXSSTit (their last chance for insurance l.eavell, Ed, land, Celdtn Dt.i. C.70 viiion. biie arose, rubbed her face. Phillip ltrouks said: "He who helps West, Charlie, land, for their families. 7.04 which seemed drawn and bloodless, Classified Column a child helps humanity with n distinctA worried Sicilian soldier-fathe- r I find hastened below to prepare tbe eve .. tin,. NO. 4, WHITE. iinnvji min I. ness, an linmedlateness, which no othMnihiir ning meal. i n distance of three dny& er help given In any other stage of ba Alma, The dance had neer wemcd so 8 A. C. n r land, The A. It. C. distributed 200,000 mother at RATES i 10.15 nian life can possibly giro," nigh ts by rail Ited Cross conpretty nnd overcrowded. Nell Whit 11 rooks, J. U Und, flu masks among American troops in and 0.45 ney. In ii tlurry of excitement, mads densed milk rationed the expedition Single insertions lc a word Creech, Eliza, land, France. 30.16 Discovery of Rubber. miiih complimentary remarks about and saved the baby. No nd taken for less than 20c Motor Corps members give annual, 10.05 The ruhber tree was discovered by a Hall, Sam, land, JCutu s dress. ly about 34,320,000 miles of service 4,00 in this column. No ads in this Jesuit mlssloiiury. Father Manrelde Holman, Sam Dally Thought. "Iliciiurd Doe Is here," she said. to tho Itcd Cross, 4,00 ''And oh. Isn't It dreudful, Ituth," she column charged. Human Improvement Is from within Ksperanra. He found It while on one Holman, J, V. land, of his apostolic Journeys among the Hopkins, Frank, land, tne ueu urois uispensary service nutwurd.- - Froud 4.80 gasped, "his left urm hus been shot Seven insertions for the In Parts has a school where French Cambehas Indians of Houth America King, George, n r, land off!" 2.10 price of live. nnd gave It the singular name of the King, William, n r, land The Better Course. This was too much for Ituth. In the women are laught' district nursing. 2.05 It Is better to light for the good than terlnguerln, he remarked that Kinnnird, Ilradley, land, Phone orders must be paid stuur which ulmort held her bruin In The A. K. C. War Council has made 4.00 savages iimiI the nap of thin tree, Letcher, Dr. n r, Und, the Ihrull she heard n faint "Where's promptly. a further appropriation of s.J7.j,ouo to rail at tbe III. Trtiuywin. 2.82 which hardens quickly, to inuke rude Miller, Susan, land, Until J" us she tottered to the roud that general relief work in Siberia. 1.22 bottles that were shaped llko a sirlnge. K.7t tatXK ot.n!tXix nicioot for x led to Kensington laioll. I'nrker, Lucy, land, with the llritish gov Mikes Some Difference. 2.10 Her linuds wurered ; her knees shook I'eters, It. E. land, bal. Corrections made recently In mapn 7.04 VOli KENT: Two houses frontlnc eminent, tho A. It. C. bus spent $238,- ut footsteps she knew only too well. The Hornpipe. I'ointcr, Mrs. Sallie, land thil- - of Greenland luue shown It to be I 000 In caring' rbr"riell-hockc- d 3.48 io back. Illihardt" sha on good pavements. "Uol ntiout 1.10,000 wjuure miles larger than' "'be "hornpipe" in an old English Pointer, J. W. land,.... 7.14 A. H. llastin und Co.Mren 'n England. kfivameil. "Forgive me. I can't bear tf. I dunce peculiar Jo England. In fnct. Hoss Malisu, land, Through tho lied Cros 2,212,131 formerly believed. .2.C5 to look at you. Your arm!" kIio gapl. one might iilinot say It wus the chief FOK SALE: 100 barrels of corn, i Chmtmas parcel v'r forwarded to 1.50 "It Isn't as bad us you think, Ituth," ' 'dunce of ... llrlllh sailor, and Is still. Shelton, I.ish, land, the cute-bin... Sparks, T. (!. land, . Foundation of AIL her urm und trying to com- Will sell by the load or us n whole. the American Expeditionary Forces 7.04 urn in common .mii'ictii uornpipcs G. II. Swinebroad. ovmeas. All government. Indeed every human, . fort her. "Seel" 4.81 nd of u more lively character Tudor. O, P., land Deliberately ho unbuttoned his frock, The Red Cros Hume Service henclit und enjoyment. .ery virtue, tiniis the nnclent form. It Is supimimmI Williams, Ed, lund, 2.10 Baled .Straw for Sale. White disclosing u whole urm usiciiilul In a colli. t I,,.... recehed Its inline from the In. I .neuns to prcvont any disabled sol- - c.erj ,.ru... oi uw. Manure Sweet Clover Seed Wnnted. MA IKtruiiient uhlcii was pluytil during lt.-- i NO. 4. COLORED. promise and barter. fturix sling. iiei from making the mistake of re-- 1 n. C. Cheatham, Li ' "Korco of Imblt," ho laughed us lie Want!. performance. Hen 1 ley, George, land, 7,14 June retralnirrf Lwicnatcr, l'honu 382-buttoned his rout this time with thu i- -: St Baxter, A. J., land, Itod Cross ration.'' of milk, corn ami Active Volcano. 7,33 (inn outside. His Joviality lupsed her Buford, Fred, land, Man past SO with horse and bugay sugar, and soup kiteheH in Madiira w.Unn.i In the world .1 Co The raot nclltc Goodness. to u steady culm, A thrill of pleasure 1 I think lliut moat of niy renders Mount ftUHOiy. It Ii. 17,100 feet in mil tit Axfris are tiding- - the islam-l-i- ' Uurnaido, Clay, Und, to sell Sttwk Condition Powder 4.81 surmounted her being us onto iiguln he Salary. S80 Vx over rt fWinv almost eotitlflutitu, high, situated on tlie euxerii rhuln ot will agree ulllt me that, notwithstand- Faulkner, Hurve, land, took her hand. A fresh Juno zephyr Garrard County. 12.5b 1 itl Alidiw, Smilt: Ai:i- rlrii. It has ing tho evil which In 11 Faulkner, William, land, Aihlrees 42 1 South Meridian ' uruinr the war. Kwcpt the frugruut pine across tlm month. 8.20 been 111 eollitunt erupt' u ln,,. 17. thoilkand shaped hminls the footsteps Faulkner, Hill, Und. lUpcl. , Indianapolis, Indiana. knoll, where, sitting ugalust the open 2.10 iioiiiteauinK hu an especuil up-- : of our rare, good Is (till the mightiest Faulkner, Abe, sky, n fctutely mansion bathed In a Hood , Jr., lund, en! for veteran Yanks, The Gov-4,.3U power lu tho world, und. If Itx aimless of silvery moonlight. Fuulkner, Andy, laud, The Rosa's Name. Dally Thought rnment tins appropriated $200,000 10.04 MTeuglli could he couceiitruleil und "It's yours, Ituth. 1 did It for you," Tho niiniit "rose" varies only slight, directed, would go tpenl: 111 ui tliew, live no ..) examine and survey its land re-- 1 Harris, William, Und, When men 5.98 fur towards effectlie whispered. ly umong illfferent nations, 'il,,. Hu- ing 11 that nobody will bellcvi ii. I'lntu. jurces for tbe bey? 7,41 reformation of the world. Sir Hudson, June, land, . A Military tear of Joy Mood on the man culled It rout--1- 1 form adhered Ii. UMer llugguid. Kelley, Isiah, land, Half of the 80,000 French babies fl.ga cheek of the girl, who hid her face on to In Itullnii, I'oTtiigucM-- , .SpunUh and Kennedy, America, land, who died last yenr might liavo been Itusslau. 2.10 u Poilhb'lt Is roza. In Dutch the breast ot the mat) who some months Kennedy, Ed, land, wived. "Visit every baby in France 1' roos. In Swedish nw, und In French, 4.25 before the had consigned to the Scrap Speaking of Jawbreakers. Lackey, Clell, laud Having purchaser n 100 acre furmili thu Keel Grots plan to save 40,000 German unci Vanish rose. 6,08 heap of character failures. Orle U reminded by the, word whose Leavcll, Brouddus, land, Gently he lifted her head, pushed near Louii sville, Ky, I will offer my limbics In 11)10. 7.14 euth Is relebratiil by Deiuotrltua (and l.eavell, Jonas,, land, back her loos tresses from her face small farm of 10 ucres on Itichmond More than 00,000 women serving 4,00 which, by the way. In 'n civilized lan- Mitchell, Doing Well. and reverently kissed her. Herbert, land, 4.00 pike, ot Hyattsville, Ky, to be sold, in canteens nt practically every imPat was dlgglug at bis field, which guage Is called "I use majeste") of among the deeper shadSomewhere In the turned out a very rough piece of lund. providing I can dispose of it at an portant railroad Junction ,2.10 term which has Itothwell,, Sarah, Und, sesuuliKHlallun ows of a lilac bush a pair of eyes, overUnited States are giving our fighting A Killceman, looking over thu gate, gono out of style. Canonlcus tell us Wallace, George, land '0.21 early date. For Information see strained and anxious, lit up with childloexactltudlnar-Ian- " Yeakey, Eliza, land. 3.71 Inquired whether he would get any po- that "terminological D. A. THOMAS, Lancaster, Ky., men a substantial welcome. ish delight, and a ruddy fuc broad-eus- d Is the longer and prettier phrase Disabled soldiers may have become tatoes oil It this season, "Well, reor Set. J. W. Beailey, A. K. WALKER. Sheriff, Into one protracted smile. uninsurable. If .they allow their gov- plied Pat, rather cheerfully, "I bar that ha beeu suppluutecl by a shorter "Looks like there'll be a wonderful Mid. Det. F. A. C. O. T. S. of Garrard Cbuntv. and uglier word. ernment Insurance to lapse, they loiu CO stones out up to the present." January 2nd, 1919. Mk tlaie In Kensington ont da," Ml4 Camp Taylor Ky. .. Walton. U PRICES ARE STILL RANGING HIGH AT DELINQUENT Taxes FENNERS Warehouse Danville, Kentucky. Although our market has been somewhat congested for the past week, still FENNER & PITT have been making sales. We expect to see block sales clear up within the next few days and expect to see prices still higher. Everybody who has sold tobacco with FENNER PITT, the "new firm", have expressed themselves as being highly pleased with their prices and teous treatment they have received. If you haven't sold with them yet, do with your next load and let the ple who know how to get the high dollar sell for you. Below you will see some of our sales: 2,565 $1,216.57; ....... .... ........ ..... ..... .. . ... .. 4,670 $2,3Qt.80; 885 $449.95; 3,865 4,090 $1707.39; $1,374.65; i. 1250 $47.25 $49.50 $50.80 $41.25 $36.25 $47.47 ...... .... ...... ........ ...... ....... .... ........ .......... ...... ... FENNER'S Warehouse & Red Cross News Fenner Pitt, Proprietors. Walnut Street. Danville, Ky. ........ .... ......... ...... ........ ll.tj Grenades. .......... ........ ... land.......... ....... ......... ........ ....... .. ... .. ...... ...... ... .... ...... ........ ........ .. ... ......... ...... ,... ... .. .. ... Farm For Sale. .,.!... .... .... .... ...J.... ....... ..... .4.,.. ...... .t