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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): January 23, 1919 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1919 cen1919012301_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 23, 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. TWENTY NINTH YEAR LANCASTER. KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON. JANUARY 231919. NUMBER 43. No one is recommending Berlin ns " n pleasure rcnort nt present. The Kaiser and the crown prince to bo "1" now realize, whnt It l ' The United States Supreme Court The things distinctively Russian Monday held that the Rccd ''boncdr are pony coats, blouses, Ilolshcvjl prohibition amendment prohibits In terstate transportation into dry States and problems. of Intoxicating liquor for beverage told n pair of J. W. Sweeney purpoaea even when Intended for lr- mulci, to Frank Drown sonal uae. old mare for J550.00. Justice Mcltcynold In n dissenting At preent corn la going ilown, and opinion concured In by Justice Clark, it will be tome time at that before a declared the Reed amendment was regulanot nn Interstate commerce new crop l coming up. g tory measure, but a direct The peoplo In Ocrmany teem at w!t!t a State's nlfairs nnd bethe present time to bo divided be- yond Federal power. and German!. tween Sparta-cusse- s At interpreted by the court, the law nullifies Stntc statutes permitting cuuet. to be limited amounts of liquors Congress Is always the goat, but It pawed brought In for personal use. we will credit It this time. The opinion was rendered in prothe law which will prevent kids from ceedings brought by the Government working. under the Reed amendment against Should one of our boyi fall in love Dan Hill, who was charged with takwith njiretty Alsatian Kirl he must ing n quart of liquor into West Vir-ginns the Stntc laws permit. The not be surprized to find Dint the has lower court dismissed the indictment, an Aliatian beau. holding the liquor had not been trans-porte- d Theodore Roosevelt's personality l in interstate commerce within no longer among ui, but hla "aoul will the meaning of the law, because it go marching on" among Americana was Intended for Hill's personal use preaent and to come. nnd not for trade. This decision was The "movie" people are trying to reversed and the case remanded. The only effect it will have on the get even with the legitimate drama. Kentucky will be to preThey refer to it by the Irreverent situation in vent the liquor from another State title of "the apcaklct". for into n dry county in Kentucky President Wilaon was not o Im- personal use. Under a recent decismersed in high society but that he ion of the Kentucky Court of Apcould give some attention to the peals n erson is permitted to bring marine workers' strike. into local option territory from another county In tho State liquor for American It Is hoped that the personal use. North Dnko-tan- s. now in Russia are sooner fight Those boys would 111. In the snow than shovel it. While In the otTice of the Electric I will serve dinner Monday for the Lighting Company, paying oil the Court Day crowd, and will appreciate "Uncle .Mrt. J. O. Bogie. light bill for his church, your patronage. with ncutc Two doors below Baptist Church on Henry" Tevis was stricken indigestion, nnd since that time hua Richmond street. been very ill, tho now shows signs uf "Uncle Henry" has n The price of beer In St. Louis has improvement. gone to twenty dollars a barrel. Con- good influence nmong his race, and is gress evidently made n mlatake in held In respect by his white friends. not providing for a beer administra- Especially do the housekeepers of the town depend upon him for his skill tion. with paint and brush and wall paper. Among the divorces which threat-- 1 America there 1 nome "'e 5Wne more serious than the divorce between the dollar and its purchasing Christ 17. Philadelphia, Jan. jtowcr. church burying ground In the heart of PhiladelWhen Americans nickname a pub- of the wholesale district today the niecca for thouslic man it gensrally means that there phia was alfection for him. ands of persons who desired to honor is a wide-sprememory of Benjamin Franklin on Who is there whom we nickname now the the 213th anniversary of his birtlj, that "Teddy" Is gone? Because of his famous sayings nn Nothing so' certain aa death and thrift and economy the federal govtaxes, and they may come together ernment has placed his likeness on this year. When the average man the 1019 issue of war stamps and examines his tax bill he is likely to designated the anniversary of his succumb to heart failure. birth as thrift day. Schools, industrial plants anil various kinds of inIf the government continues to stitutions observed the day and used run the railroads for fiye years lon- the occasion to stimulate the tale of ger, It Is to be hoped that an end of thrift and war stamps. that time the railroads will be help ing to run the government. Dutch". Synopsis Of The Supreme Cour.t De What Nation's Leaders Orators Will be Invoked GREAT PEACE To Aid Education Say Of The Great CONFERENCE cides Against Liquor New Dog Law Wanted Noted Speakers' Help CONVENES IN PARIS. Use. Pence Conference. For Personal Important Facts Concerning Ho (Premier Ciemcncenu) feels ns wc feel, ns I have no doubt every one r this room feels, that we arc trusted to do n great thing, to do It in the highest spirit of accommodation, nnd to do it ns promptly as possible In or der that the hearts ofmen may have fear lifted from them and that they may return to those purposes of life wldch will bring1 them happiness and contentment and prosperity." Presi dent Wilson. "All clfe must be subordinated to the necessity of n closer nnd closer union among the nations who have In Ending Illiteracy. LEAGUE OF NATIONS taken part In this great war and to the necessity of remaining friends. For the league of Nations is here. It It is for you to make is yourselves. it live, nnd to make it live wc must have it really In our hearts. As I told President Wilson a few days ngc, there is no sacrifice I am not willing to make in order to accomplish this". Premier Clenicncenu. "The world is thirsting and hun gering for peace. There are millions of people who want to get bad: to tho world work of peace. And the fact that Mr. Ctemenccau is in the cha'r will be proof that they will gut there without any delays which are due to which nro essential in what we hute to perIn his own person, more form. than nny living man, he represents the heroism, he represents the genius people of his cf the indomitable land." Premier Lloyd George. "While introducing into the world ns possible you ns much harmony will. In conformity with "the fourunaniteenth of the propositions mously adopted by the great allied Powers, establish n general League of Nations which will be the supreme Mi) tiling except the difficulties The Kentucky Illiteracy Commission in plans for its campaign for education in Kentucky Is making an effort to enlist orators of this Stole and the nation to participate in n speaking tour of the State prior to the opening of schools next summer. Plans nre being made to secure Secretary Lone, W. J. Bryan, Champ Clark, Gov. Henry J. Allen, of Kansas; Gov. Charles Brough, of Arkan-as- ; Gov. Thomas W. Blckctt of North Carolina: Gov. A. O. Stanley of Kentucky; Senator J. C. W. Beckham, Judge Robert W. Bingham, J. A. Burns nnd others of national reputation. For on week these speakers will be expected to preach the gospel of education for both adults and chll-dcrnnd their messages will be enr-rie- d to the remotest districts by a corps of local speakers who are to take up the slogan, "No illiteracy in Kentucky", and sound it to the uttermost parts of the State. First Question to be Settled. Paris, Jan. 18 (by A. P.) The ppnee congress, destined to bo his toric and on which the eyes of the world nre now centered, was opened this nfternoon In the great Salle de La Parlx. The proceedings, which were confined to the election of Georges Clemenccnu, Frinch Premier, as permanent chairman of the conference, an address of welcome by the President of the French Republic, Raymond Poincarc, and speeches by President Wilson, Pre mier Lloyd George and Baron Sonnl- no, were characterized by expressions of lasting friendship and the appar ent determination of the representatives of the various nations to come rb an amicable understanding with respect to the problems to be decided by tho conference. When President Poincare spoke, the entire assembly stood, and the fact that, according to custom, no applause greeted Ids utterances gave greuUr solemnity to the scene. M. Clemcnccnu's acceptance of the presidency of the congress was both a feeling txpression of personal grat itude nnd a definite outline of the grent questions immediately ahead. Three of these larger general subjects he defined ns responsibility for crimes during the war nnd interna-tiionlabor legi.lation. The League of Nations, hu declared, was at the head of the programme for the next full session, Application of New Law Governing Dogs In County And State Heavy Penalty For Violation. There teems to exist a common be lief among the owners of dogs, that when they have paid for the license and placed It on their dogs, that they have fully complied with the law. To correct any such ideas, the County Agricultural Agent asked Mr. Mar shall Duncan to prepare a brief synopsis of the new law, which will be found below. This law, which was passed largely thru the efforts of the Commissioner of Agriculture, was to protect the sheep Industry In the State. We are very grateful to Mr. Duncan for his kindness in the preparation of the following synopsis. "The following is a brief synopsis of the Act passed by the last session of the Legislature and commonly known as the "Dog Law". Every dog U required to be licen sed. Licenses and tags may be obtained from the County Clerk. Licenses or tags are not transferable from one dog to another. In case of change of ownership may be trans ferred by Clerk from one owner to another. (Kennel licenses excepted) May be transferred from one county to another in case of sale or removal upon proper certification. Keepers, of Kennels may procure kennel license, the price of the license being dependent upon the number of dogs kept. A record of all licenses issued shall be kept by the county clerk. This shall contain age, description etc., of dogs and name and add 'ess of owner. It is the duty of the Assessor to as certain and report all dogs harbored in the county. Failure upon the part of the assessor to do so does not ex cuse the owner who is subject to a penalty of not over $100.00 for failure to license a dog owned or harbor ed. All licensed dogs must at all times wear license tag. It shall be the duty of the Sheriff to teize and im pound any dog found running at large unaccompanied by its owner or keeper and to seize and impound any dog found which does not wear a license tag. The owner of any dog wearing a tag shall be notified by the Sheriff that such dog is impounded and be warned to claim same within 10 days. If the owner fails so to do it shall be the duty ofthe sheriff to tell said dog or kill same. It shall also be the duty of the Sheriff to go upon the premises of any person whom he may suspect of keeping an unlicensed dog and make investiga tion and in case he finds nivunllcensed dog to teize and impound tame. Failure of the Sheriff to perform his duties shall be punishable by a fine, for each offense, said fine ranging from ?5 to $25. Any person may kill any dog, whether licensed or unlicensed, which he sees in the act of pursuing, worrying or wounding any live stock or attacking human beings. Any dog, unaccompanied by Its owner or keeper, that enters the field of another may be killed by tho owner, tenant or esrvnnt while in said field. Licensed dogs accompanied by their owner shall not be to killed unless worrying, wounding or killing stock or attacking human beings. It shall be unlawful for' any one to remove a license tag or collar bearing tame from a dog. It shall be unlawful to permit a female C g in heat to go beyond the premises of the owner unless in proper leash. All dogs shall bo confined upon the premises where they belong between sunset and sunrise. If found off the premises tuch dog shall be corsldercd an unlicensed deg nnd may be killed by tho person so finding it. Or he may bo turned over to the Sheriff to be impounded. Any person whose stock or poultry has been killed cr injured shall in writing Immediately report the tamo to the County Judge or to a magistrate whoso duty It shall be to Investigate tho said killing or injury. Under the present law the party who has been damaged looks to tho county for compensation for his lots rath-- r than to the party, if known, whose dogs wrought the destruction, and In turn the County may collect from the party who Is guilty. One, whose dec has been illegally killed, may look to the party who has In casj killed his dog for damages. of failure to pay he may also look to New Garage At Paint Lick. Another new garage has just opened at Pnint Lick, under the management of W. C. Patrick nnd Henry I. Conn. The latter bemg well known here nnd will be the chief mechanic, which will mean htat all cars will Uncle Henry Tevis, ' Honor Franklin. Coffee Man Here. the peace Uncle Sam's troubles conference arc not concerned with He boundaries and indemnities. only wants to get his boys home and to "live happy ever after1 . In We hear that the peace conference It Is to take up labor questions. to bo feared that this will end its usc fulness, for peace could not exist within two miles of n labor question Is of Tho suddenness Koosevelt'a death was characteristic of his entire life. When anything wn to be done he did It. There was hla In no delay nor shllly-thallln- g make-up- . B. B. Myers, the coffee man and a very popular "kplght of the grip" was In our city for u few days this week. He travels for Engelhardt and Sons Co., of Louisville and still insists that he tells the best colfec on earth. When he tells you of the de lightful qualities of those famous brands, "Filson Club", 'Tendonitis", "Grund-nm'- s Cup" and "Cherokee" one can almost detect tho aroma from these beverages during the conversation. He tells us that all colfees arc advancing rapidlV-bu- t thinks in a few months it will decline ngnin, but average. not until the European countries hnve Us been supplied. have his personal supervision. They have leased the large warehouse of ranged for the present business. They Thomas Burnam, and it is ideally equipped it throughout with the Dclco-ljigsystem and when completed will be the most garage in the county. Mr. Conn tells us that it will be open day and night guarantee against any fresh assault and asks for a share of the publi's esBy upon the rUtht peoples. patronage. tablishing this new order of things huyou will meet the aspirations of manity, which, after the frightful of the blood-staineconvulsions years, ardently wishes to feel Itself Several hnve been delinquent in protected by a union of free people paying their city tnxes and Vater against the ever possible revivnl of rent due for the "year 1918. Tax primitive savagery." President Poin- - collector', L. E. Herron is compelled to jnnke his final report to the City Council the .first Monday evening in February at which time a financial report of the collector will be filed. It is imperative that these taxes and The Woodcock made his proverbial wnler rents be collected before that remark and .flew to parts unknown time. The penalty was supposed to when he saw the tobacco sale at the have gone on the first of November, Peoples Tobacco Warehouse last Mon- but owing to the illness of Mr. Herday morning. Record breaking aver- ron this penalty has not been added ages came one after another and the up to this time, but all taxes'not paid was the greatest the by February 1st, a penalty of C per enthusiasm writer has ever witnessed at any pub- cent will be added. You will be callThe ed upon in the next few days, so be lic sate of loose leaf tobacco. buyers had on their bidding clothes prepared to settle with Mr. Herron in and were "winking" so fast nt the full. auctioneer, he could scarcely keep up with the bids. Col. I. M. Dunn was right there boosting every crop, with the perspiration oozing from his fevered brow, eloquently appealing to The "boys" gave Rev. W. M. Elthe buyers to go the limit. Being nn dridge, of the Paint Lick Presbyterian County boy, Col. Dunn church, a few anxious minutes old Garrard the looks well nfter the interests of nil other day when the popular parson every the Garrard crops and mnkes sent n little crop he had raised, over fellow glad that he has put his entire the breaks. Plummer Klncaid, of the crop into his hands to sell. Taylor factory who came from around The largest floor average ever jet Paint Lick, saw the minister eyeing made in Central Kentucky wus made his crop rather carefully, to when the by Col. Dunn last Monday, telling sales reached it, Kincaid, stopped pronearly 200,000 pounds for n grand ceedings n second nnd made a little average of $48.68. announcement. He said that the boys If you will read the advertisement all knew how "these preachers have cn nnother page of this Issue you will the advantage of us ordinary mortals see at a glance, what Garrard county in that they get up in their pulpits did to help bring up this remarkable every Sunday nnd t U. S. Dry The Thirty-sixt- h State Ratifies the National Prohibition Amendment. Associated Press. The United States last Thursday completed the legislative plan voting the nation dry when Nebraska, the thirty-sixt- h state, to sat isfy the prohibition amendment, rati fied the proposition. Prohibition legislators say the greatest piece of moral legislation has now been ac complished that is known in the history of the world. The amendment prohibits the tale and manufacture of intoxicating beverages beginning one year after the final ratification of the Already a test case has amendment. been filed in California and the distillers have raised a million dollar fund to be used in an attempt to save their business. Chicago. City Taxes and Water Rent. Remarkable Averages On Danville Market. Two Children Called By Death, From Home Of Mr. Took Advantage of Bro. Eldridge. and Mrs. Virgil Conn. Wednesday, January 15th, Conn, aged four and one-ha- lf oldest child of Virgil Conn, Mr. John Conn, and nephew of B. Conn and grandson of Mr. Conn, of this city, died after a short illness of pneumonia, at Rich inonil. On Saturday January 18th, the little two year old brother of Nadine, who was named for his father, and affectionately called "Virgil Jr." fell a victim to the same dreaded disease, and the two little ones were buried here, Nadine being buried on Thurs' day and Virgil Jr. on Sunday. Much sympathy is felt for the bereaved parents who were unable to attend the burials, as they themselves are very ill of the same disease. Mrs. Conn, before her marriage, was Miss Bertha Curd, of Williams burg, Ky, and for several months after their marriage made their home with Mr. and Mrs. James B. Conn, in this city, and wus well known. On Nadine years, son of Mr. J, Robert 'lay out' the rest Let And now it Is reported that Trotsky has put his nssociato I.enlne in Tho saying of French revoprison. lutionary times applies now to Bus- ria: "The Revolution is devouring Its own children." fircat Britlan is planning the de vclopment of aircraft for conveying passengers, mall nnd freight. It Is stated that by this means thu i.onuon mail could bo conveyed to Calcutta In four days ns against sixteen the niln imum at present. It appears to require the price of 7,500 tons of anthracite coal to keep Mrs. Corey warm. That accms good deal. But wo are looking at it from the standpoint of peoplo wlio wcannot have $73,000 table coats, and atti that Is naturally a tour-grap- e tude: j The work of the Red Cross is nil a Mrs. Mollie O. Martin, who lived in work of love. It is needed now more Asldock, died than ever, when the home of Miss Annie the full, terrible sum lust night, after a brief Illness nt an of the war's cost is being estimated advanced age. Her remnlns will oej in deaths and wounds and suffering taxed 10 i.nncnsier tomorrow mivr-noo-n nnd maiming, in blindness and lame nnd laid to rest in tho cemetery ness and weakness of every sort, in there. She Is survived by her hus- bitter loss and need in America, and band, W. II. Martin, who lives in Mad- in endless canteen and hospital serMrs. Martin was house- vice over there. Let us end tho great ison county. keeper for Dr. W. B. O'Bannon for war us wo began it In generosity several years, and had lived in other and love to tho men that have spared homes In this city. Sho was u fine us what England nnd Frnnce nnd old lady and was greatly liked by our Italy havo endured for years. Tho people generally. She leaves no chil- organization of tho Bed Cross is perdren, her only daughter having died fect; there is no soldier beyond their many years ago. Mrs. Martin was reach, there Is no crossroads village distantly related to Mr. 11. G. Brut-to- n, too small for them to find nnd help. of the Hubble section. She had From "The Spirit of Washington", by been a devout member of the Chris-tia- n Kathleen Norrls, in the February Red Interior Cross Magazine. church for many years. Mrs. Mollie O. Martin. End As We Began. Journal. New Black Smith Shop. . Having rented the blacksmith shop of Frank Estes on Crab Orchard pike, I am now ready to do all kinds or repair work. Horse shoeing a specialty. A call will be appreciated. A. H. Vanhuss. "Flu" Preventative. Steriiol is one of the best Antiseptics and germicides on the market. Numerous testimonials can be gotten from those who have used it Sold by in this community. Mrs. E. P. Brown. As Administrator of the i' estate of the late C. A. Arnold, I will 'at eleven o'clock, on Monday January 27th, 1910, at Court House steps, sell publicly ten shares of stock' in the Citizens National Bank of Lancaster Ashby Arnold. Bank Stock For Sale. of us nnd we've got no 'come-bac- k' in the world, nor a chance to catch even with them." Mr. Kincaid then tald the tobacco fellows usually come in for a little more than their share of tho preachers' attention and that he'd never seen n chance before to get even, but hero wnt one at last, and he did not want the boys to overlook it. He pointed to Dr. Eldridge's tobacco and to Dr. Eldridge as one of the preachers who ought to be taught n "lesson" and concluded by saying; What seems to be an aratlc dis"Boys, we've got him where we tribution of new moons has been call want him; let's take his crop awny ed to attention by students on the from him". 1910 calendar. But for thjstealendar wn. The boys all agreed and bidding beit might never have beeitf-togan on tho preacher's crop, and for u January, for instance, has been time nobody teemed to wunt it. Bid- given two new moons. There was ding dragged along around 8 or 0 one assigned to the night of the sec cents, whereas other tobacco of the ond day of the month, nnd another same grade was bringing about 30 crowded into the last day of the cents a pound. Just what the popular month, thus depriving February of preacher was thinking at that time, ny new moon at all this year. has not yet been given to the press. The injustice done February, how. Suddenly, things changed however, ever, Is emphasized by the fact that and tho boys started going, When March Is also assigned two new moons the crop was finally sold, it had av- on the same days as January, the eraged right around 45 cents a pound first and the thirty-firs- t. No other and Dr. Eldridge who is tald to be month of this year has been so favor something of a practical joker him- ed, and no other neglected like Feb the county. self, evidently was willing to be made ruary was. Breaches of the present law are the butt of the cleverjoke ths,t the Shows at punishable by fines ranging to 1100." You will see splendid tobacco boys put over on him for a lOuera House every night. Register, Dally, It Springfield Sun. few moments. January Gets Two New Moons, February None. The Central Record, Thursday, Jan 23, 19 19 Want to Feel Just Right? a euillllinillllllllllllllllllllllilllllllllllHL 'A PASSING 5 CLOUD1 Take an NR Tonight 'llnf IS, your system is hw math Utl.r By MRS. LIZZIE M. PKABODY.IS IS JUST TRY IT AND SEE haaitthT, Un4, jta tl In lh msrnli. TTitt "Wist." Aim. will Tu1l f iTi fl ft Ml II 1 It tl I HI (Coprrlfht, mi,, by McClure NPl.pr AIL RECORDS BROKEN AT Syndicate.) lot of impurities thai your digestive nj elimlnatlve orpins can't Ret rid of. rills, oil, salts, calomel and ordinary laxatiics, cathartics and purges only force the bowels and prod the liver. acts on thestomach, liver, bowels and even klJneyi, not forcing, but toning and strengthening these organs. The result Is ptompt relief and real, lasting benefit. Make the test. Nature's Remedy will act promptly, thoroughly, yet lf so milJIy, to gently, that you will think nature has come to the rescue and Is doing the work. And oh , n tut a relief I TROUBLE Arorar'?mi(NRTl)lfti) wsr. lfl biissitr, btt.r mrr rea It fciblrsiltr it.bWtlr r InS low Yoall rikI b.ntt eft, b larprlfH WW J VM jKA?KMB7 Vt" llSUrWji!3l'Sj&V.WT. u YNfcXtVjPvv rJC-0Xk jWJfiyGtSrM ' r. fV kR Tibut 11 t,tTT tub klihi tor I wf.k. Tb roa'llolbttt9llktlnfdlint tlr.i.4, ttk NR Tablet Jt moccmiomI mr mm ui t A I I .end recoiaaiandca GaaraMi toy your fhuggur 4y(Ml R. E. McROBERTS, Lancaster, Kentucky. i iand Long-Live- I We Wish You A Happy Prosperous iNew ir ear. e Citizens National Bank OF LANCASTEU. KY. I). F. HUDSON. President. J. J. WALKER. Vice Treat. W. 0. Ricney, Ass't Cash'r. Joe J. Walker, Jr., W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. ON ROLL OF HONOR. Clock. The life of a clock 1b much longer any other machinery. The than that of city of Itouen has a grent clock, built In the year 13S9 and still keeping good time. Except for cleaning nnd n few necessary repairs It has never storped during a period of more than Ave cen turies. It strikes the hours and chimes the quarters. Explanation. After looking over n vacant house with his parents, Willie, aged six, heard them discussing the rooms. All the rooms were Immense nnd rather dark, with tho exception of tho din Ing room, which was veiy small and naturally lighter than the others. Wll He said: "Tes, I guess the dining room was the lightest because It was closest to the windows." Good Chance for Trade In Japan. The native Japanese door slides on a rail or track, nnd Is said to answer all purposes, but despite the fnct that the scheme Is perfectly satisfactory, the Importation of door hinges Is Increasing. The Japanese are very ready to adopt almost any of the meth ods or Implements n hlch come from the western world. Removing Ink Stains. To remove black Ink stains, the article should be washed Immediately In several waters and then In milk, letting It soak In the milk for several hours; the stain will disappear. Washing the article Immediately In vinegar and water, then In soap and water, will remove all ordinary Ink stains. Changed Cars. A little girl was greatly pleased over the opportunity to nccompnny her mother on a Islt to the city, where they .spent n few days, and upon her return to her home she said : "Oh. daddy, we had such a nice time; we went In the sleeper nud we came home In the sitter." Beginning of Pittsburgh. November 25 Is the anniversary of the raising of the English flag over the ruins of Fort Duquesne In 1754. The plnco was then named Pittsburgh, In honor of Britain's famous prime minister. It owes Its great growth to Its proximity to coal and Iron fields of vast magnitude. LET US LIGHT YOORIFARM WITH ELECTRICITY Better, Safer juid Cheaper :thanny; Artificial Light. BASTIN BROTHERS, LANCASTER, KY. W. 0. RIGNEY. Funeral Lancaster, Oirector and Embalmer. Kentucky. Office Phone 18. Residence Phone 33. From among her ninny suitors Merry Dayton had chosen Judd llcntlry, nn honest, capable nnd dependable young farmer, nnd they were very happy ns together they came one afternoon In October, when tho woodland trees were ft blnze of color, to tlm homestead farm, where they wero to live nftet their wedding In the spring, and began clearing the grounds by pulling up cornstalks, squash vines and tall weeds and placing them with other unlghtly rubbish In plies ready for tho torch. Merry loved the old place, and after tugging at the Inst hug cornstalk ami placing It with the others she looked about the fields nnd then said thoughtfully; "Judd, do you know that to mo the homeHHd farm, with Its fine old trees and tts glimpses of the shining, river. Is the prettiest spot in nil the world I" He straightened up from his work to look at her, and with clever mimicry, his dark eyes twinkling roguishly, cried; "Merry, do you know that to me, you with your pink cheeks, blue eyes and tho little yellow rings clustering about your temple, nro the prettiest girl In all tho world)" Merry's happy laugh was contagious for Judd laughed, and a little bird daintily swaying on a near-bhuh burst Into a shower of melody. Boon after they started for home, and at Merry's gate Judd snld good-by- , as he was to start on a business trip which would keep him away for a week. On the evening he was expected home, long before ho cams In sight, Merry sat at the window watching behind the curtains and smilingly waited at the open door as he cam up the graveled path, but tho gay wave of the hand, the bright smile, and the happy, eager look In his eyes to which she was accustomed were missing. Ills greeting appeared to be forced and anxiously she asked, "Are you tit T" "No," he replied, but conversation lagged and she was still regarding htm with puzrled eyes when he abruptly asked, "Where la your engagement ring. MerryJ" In his eyes appeared to be smoldering sparks and In his voice n tone which was strange to her. Olanclng at her rlngless hands, her face reddened, but she answered quiet ly, "I cannot tell you." "Cannot or will not" he queried. "Cannot," she repeated ovenly. Ills eyes, smoldering no longer, were ablate with anger, a he said hoarsely : "Then I'll tU you I" "Itay Collins has it and today he told me that he had taken It from your fln ger with your consent. "Is It sol" Ills eyes begged her to deny It, but master ing herself with an effort which made both face and lips white the said calm ly, "You have made a statement which you evidently believe to bo true, but you are very angry. Let ns talk about It at another time." "Let ui talk now,' he said protestlngly. "Tonight I go away again for a few days." "I cannot talk now," she said, "and In a few days the matter may adjust Itself." ery well," be said quietly, "expect me next Wednesday." And soon after he went away. I have never given him reason to believe such a thing of me," Merry' sobbed, 'and how could ha speak so angrily to met" But loon she said softly and hopefully, "1 will starch again for the ring. All may ytt be well." Trying days passed, tut Wednesday afternoon found Merry at the window, both longing for and dreading Judd s coming. Again she was surprised j for ne came up tho roth with springing step and smiling face, and caught her In his arms. "Judil" she exclaimed Joyfully, "you have found out the'truth about the rlngj" Wrong I" he cried with smiling In difference. "I haven't seep or heard of it since I saw you, but I have been tmnking, and I know you are not the sort of a girl who would do a thlog Ilka that." I hoped you would say that," Merry said happily, "and now I will tell you what I can about the ring." 7ot unless you choose," he quickly Interrupted. "For you and me the af fair Is settled, but I shall toon see Itay," he added grimly. "The evening you went away." she began, "1 finished doing some tanning and preserving I had begun, and I had i put away the Jars and carried out tho fruit and vegetable wast before I missed my ring. Sine then I have. searched everywhere without finding It. Itny'i sister must hJre told him of my loss, and, although I did not think of It while you were here, the greater part of hli story Is probably true." lie looked at her Inquiringly, and. blushing, she continued t itay once brought a ring to me. and slipped it on my finger, while he proposed, but I refuted, and atked him to remove It. It was very nearly, or perhaps exactly like the one you after ward gave me." Judd broke the silence by saying! Tou will never forgive me." "Ye I will." she returned cheerily. "and now 1st us go to the homestead farm. Wo are always happy there." Having arrived, they set fir to the rubbish pile, and In the furrow from which Merry had pulled the last huge stalk, they found the glistening ring. Judd caught It and placed It on her finger. "I hav been all kinds of a fodl," b declared. "If ever I cut up like that again, Just hold up that finger," " Twai but a passing cloud. Let ns forget It and enjoy the tunshlne," Merrr said. Peoples House DANVILLE, KElNTUCkY. Entire Floor of 194,360 Pounds AVERAGES $48.68 Burton and Daley of Garrard county, averages $74. per hundred, for nearly Six Thousand Pounds. TP LOADS OF THE WEED BRING $4,412.33 More big averages last Monday than any previous day injthe history of the Danville Tobacco market. AiThousand Growers Witness the Spectacular Sales Amid Great Enthusiasm. Garrard County Has The Banner Crops. Last Monday una red letter day in the history of the Danville tobacco market for spectacular averages. The floors of the Peoples Tobacco House was crowded to Its utmost capacity with baskets, most of which were piled high with the golden leaves. People from far and near had been hearing of the record breaking sales on the Danville breaks and they were there Monday from the four comers. Automobiles were lined up from Main street to the railroad and from Crescent Heights to Walnut street. It was estimated that there were not less than a thousand people on the floors. Those Enthusiasm was unbounded,. who sold their crops were overjoyed and were carrying home checks bearing big figures. Burton and Daley were jriven a check for $4,412.35 for two wagon loads. It. W. Harbcrson, Webb and Lister, of Pcrryville, got $1,950.77 for one load and many others received similar prices. The quality was uniformly good and the prices were, with rare exceptions, above the fifty cent mark. Tobacco men who have visited the breaks in other towns voluntarily declared that the Danville breaks are ahead of anything; they ever witnessed. Herewith are given a few of the approximate averages recorded at the Peebles Tobacco House on Pcrryville street last Monday. BURTON & DALEY Garrard County. C.0C5 pounds for $4,412.35 BEN BRIGHT A CHARLES BELL BoyU County. 7,040 pounds for $4,308.25 .. AVERAGE $61.00. DALTON & TURPIN Garrard County. 3,090 pounds for $1,840.90 AVERAGE $60.00. HOGAN & CREWS Rolling Fork. 4,475 pounds for $2,449.00 AVERAGE $55.00. THOMAS JACKSON & SEWELL Of DanvilU. 2,100 pounds for.. $1,385.85 AVERAGE $66.40. CIIRISMAN & BRADLEY Boyl County, 6,580 pounds for $3,081.12 AVERAGE $55.00. COOK & MIDDLETON Garrard County. 5,400 pounds for $3,258.80 .AVERAGE $59.60. W. II. BURTON. Carrard County, 4,043 pounds for $2,005.08 AVERAGE $57.40. RANKIN & BRUMMITT Garrard County. 4,180 pounds for.. .$2,331.27 AVERAGE $74.00. BURTON 2,840 pounds & McMURTRY Garrard County. $1,630.15 for ...... AVERAGE $57.29. C. P. CECIL, JR., & CEO. IIIGNITE Boyle County, 2,255 pounds for... $1,255.45 AVERAGE $55.00. HUTCHISON 5,790 pounds & HUTCHISON Garrard County. ...... for... ...... $3,025.10 AVERAGE $55.00. & UPTON Boyle County, 0,370 pounds for ...$4,135.50 AVERAGE $62.00. BURTON & NOEL Garrard County, 2,295 pounds for $1,185.70 J. C. CALDWELL, JR., AVERAGE $65.00. R. W. HARBERSON, WEBB and LISTER, of P.rrrvlil.. 3,800 pounds for. $1,950.77 AVERAGE $51.00. BOURNE 3,020 pounds & ANDERSON Garrard County. for... ...... $2,072.17 AVERAGE $51.00. AVERAGE $68.00. The Central Record, Thursday, Jan 23, 1919. 7-T0BA- CC0 FARMS-- 7 28-291- part. Some of the best land in the State, located in the heart of Shelby County, which is noted for its productiveness and progressiveness, and where you can sell your farm whenever you get ready. This is all tobacco land and there will be bargains. Come to this sale and get your AT PUBLIC AUCTION Tuesday and Wednesday; Jan 9 TUESDAY, JANUARY 28th, ONE-HALF 1919 AT 10 A. M. SHARP. WE ARE SELLING FOR MR. D. A. McAFEE HIS MAGNIFICENT FARM OF 388 ACRES, LOCATED JUST ONE AND MILES FROM THE COURTHOUSE IN SHELBYVILLE, KY., ON THE HEMPRIDGE PIKE, WHICH WE HAVE SUBDIVIDED INTO 4-FAR- WEDNESDAY JANUARY 29th, AT 10 A. M. SHARP. WE WILL SELL MRS. S. G. 1919 REYNOLDS' FARM OF 253 ACRES, LOCATED ON EMINENCE PIKE AND BURKS BRANCH, FOUR MILES FROM SHELBYVILLE AT BURKS BRANCH CHURCH, WHICH WE HAVE DIVIDED INTO S-3 Of From 75 to 125 Acre Each. 75 ACRES Lies right on the roiul and closest to town, with a jjood, well built house of three rooms, has lots of blueKrass and clover, and is ready to make money. 125 ACRES With the main residence, a beautiful country home of nine rooms, in excellent repair, jjooil stock barn, tobacco barn, double corn crib, hen houses, well and cistern, and fine orchard, also all kinds of small fruit. Lots of Krass and ood quick limestone land. An ideal home, and liable to sell for less than its value. 100 ACRES Unimproved, lyliijr right on the pike, nearly all in clover and ready to "bust" open. 80 ACRES l.yinit acros3 the railroad with good roadway to pike, good new three room tenant house, new tobacco barn, and nearly all in grass. A cracker-jac- k tenant proposition, and is liable to jjo cheap. This is one of the quickest limestone farms in the County, and located as it is, will make anyone a dnndy home, and would not have been for sale except for the fact that Mr. McAfee's boys are both away from home and he feels that the farm is too big fVr him to operate. 120 ACRES With the grand oldColonial home of nine rooms in excellent condition, good three room tenant house, extra large tobacco barn, good stock barn, double rat proof corn crib, and all outbuildings in fine state of repair. One of the finest natural ponds we have overseen, well stocked with game fish. One. of the best tobacco farms in the State; and one of the best homes in the county. 80 ACRES Unimproved, in a corner of the Eminence and Burks Branch Pike, all in grass, well watered and practically new land. We have never offered a better buy than this. Fronting on the Eminence Pike, the nearest to town, well wat53 ACRES ered and in fine shape. Just look in the corn crib and tobacco barn if you want to see what this one willdo. FREE! $80.00 IN GOLD. GET A TICKET. ABSOLUTE SALE! We Always sell What we Offer. This is no Exception. OBEY THAT IMPULSE! Don't be a "Wish I Had". Real estate has been advancing in price for the past fifty years, with prospects better for it to continue Think of the wal wtnte you hould have bought, you hesitated, the other fellow bought and he got the profit which should have been yours. rent "nd,ve be other man half of your energy when all should be yours? You can't go wrong buying Good Farm Land. ?rRMi?A?v , .. .. x, be made known on dnv of snli. Our pnntrnrt snva n ..II r m. . j lnvn.n ,1.,;;.,., iu.in;i.t i IV iV. .:. .. uuiuru uny oi unit ci. ii ....li farm or we will ..,.., itoijuii in oiiuiuyvuiu at our office m the Hartford Building if you will write. Automobilesi Will Meetiui;au Wilms Shelbyville on saie winSale one oi us on me Trains at Day of uln :.,., WAKEFIEbD'DflVIS COL. F(EAbTy COL. SAM NUCKOLS, ed J. T. COWHERD, Shelbyville, Ky., and COWPANV, Shelbyville, Kentucky. charged with honor". A single blue chevron signifies less than six months' service abroad. A single gold chevron for each wound received in service is worn on the forearm of right sleeve. A single gold chevron for each complete six months' service abroad is worn on the forearm of left sleeve. A single white chevron for each complete six months' service in the United States is worn on the forearm of left sleeve. There is generally a mere question of opportunity, not of willingness or ability, between these service marks. Often the man who would gladly have served abroad has been retained in this country simply because he has shown superior ability and therefore wns better qualified to instruct other. The man who displays any one of the chevrons nbove described has done his full duty by his country and is worthy of honor. Wherever Americans traveled they gained the reputation of being the most careless and extravagant people upon the face of the earth. The war has pulled us up short. It has made us feel that there is something far greater than our own requirements and desires. We now realize that-i- t is worth while to sac rifice lesser things for the sake of greater ones. And the nation njuch nearer to the economy of its earlier days. We have had lessons in carelessness and temperance in all things and In thrift. It will be an opportunity thrown awny if we allow these lessons to be lost upon us. We will gain as a nation If wc make the excellent habits of care and thrift part of our lives. Some Rats. Lnntz makes the amazing estimate Versailles, Ky, Auctioneers. Second Floor of Hartfofd Building. THE KITCHEN Marriage Licenses In 1918. Is-su- CABINET For thy woven arche of hr for! breath rrptu4l anth.ma, and th tlu akl.s mil. DatWMn. lo r.ral tti.a with Ih.lr Th hop. The following are the marriage Hermes that were intueil by County Clerk Bourne, during the year 1018. Walker and I.ela Woods, colored. Arthur GafTncy and Nora I'ayner. Kverett Crow and Lottie 1'carl Hoi-to- SEASONABLE DISHES. Carrots are so commonly Ignored and arc such n RtMxl, wholesome vege-I li table givea t we hould them morn attention and thrill at least lent once a week on our tables. Flemish Carrots. -- Cut tho carrot In thin, narrow o trips, using u cutter so Hint I In'- - "111 do ot uniform thickness. Letting them stand, If at all ulltcd. In cuhl water for n time will make thi'in crisp mid fresh. ul I'or a pint of carrots unit u of butter or substitute In n saucepan, ndd of n cup of chopped onion anil Imlf n tcaspoonfiil of sugar. Cover and let cook very slowly, using cure not to scorch them ; whin tho onion In jellow ndd ono cupful of beef lirotli and Maimer until the onion Is tender, then tho cooked carrot; sprinkle with chopped imrslcy uiid MTe at once. Maple Rice Puddlnj. Hull our- fourth ot h cupful of rlc until soft; raid two cupful ot milk In a doable luller; atlr h 1llopoinful and a liulf of cornstarch In half H cupful of maple strop and sttr Into the hot mUk; when the mixture thickens, cover and let cook 13 minutes; uaW the rlcu well dried, with Um fratas dlHtliiet, and beat In tha yviiu of the egg, hvatrii light. Turn tutu a I nkliur dlb. Ilout the white of two very Unlit, then lieat In slowly on. fourth of n cupful ot mpl Urup hiid pread over tho puddlngi let It cook nbuut 11! minutes In u moderate oven. Maple Sirup Froitlna. l'ut to-minis ui ii cupiui or iiiupiu mtuii unu the vvldlu of nil rite Into a double boll, (vr. When tho water Is rapidly boiling In tho lower part set In tho sirup ami fxg; beat and cook, stirring continuously for eight minutes. Jtcmovo from tho water and bent until cool enough to spread. Corn sirup may be used Instead ot maple sirup, adding chopped fles or dates and a tcanpooutul ot vanilla. Honey may also bo used as bore, uslnv one tabletpooaful leu ot honey. io t'i Purdy Hunt nnd Arvilla Kidd. William Henr yAlford, .Mary liar Walter Davis nnd Sallie Rill. riett Woods, col. Hobart Tenter ami Attreas Noel Clwrliv ItoaUay, Lula Woarren. col. John ABdnrs'inand Jnnl yaulluMr, John Wssday Waol, Ida Mae Cecil. colored. Will Kaulkwr, Halle King, col. James Kidd and Sarah Lucy Key Willie Lonx, Stella Kast nolo Chrance, Naylor, Euajania Thompt atdeh eaVbta i IkiJuey and bli JJ. r Ii Me bv rtaao, .ua Ihe muir T.iy ate ht nf and Hewty Ijtmo aad Rhoda B button son. lkiy i,. t up a"d amu ku IS rur.t.ea A.an.A liaktr and Rath Anna aaaifieo or himjm ,i pram'. Herbert Casey, Fairy Mae l'rewitt. II. 1) (.Ml.bcm. ' Marine Kail.if.r Port Xaatfy. C. K. 1 lonkijrr Poindester, Mrs. Minnie ineeal. L . .!.' r.ie a..dny l"Ul.thtffe.iealir i., ,,ie for k.iti . r n.l bladder Itofcert BokIc and Beatrice Joan, OaUty BeUis. I traaabie 1 VN,r UMtl t llurrn to all who aiafar wltb kidawvreie-ana bladder .rouble " son. Suaeti Whita, Maciric Blank's. STORMES DRUG STOKE. N. B. Prico, Tominie Francis. Talboit Jenkins, aad Utr Hlli Harry Arthur Master and Carrie K. S. Uay, Mrs. 8. M. Scrivner. IAiii- - I .itaAn in l.ruce Spruikbtk. Jamas P. llile, Lucy Million. t O C. TaidaM4i aad AhmiuU Alvin Howard, Icl Mtisters. The eircutiistairMiM onriai r which Miller. vruariie Mc.iiiinan, walker. I AmerH'H was founded mde her a Karl (irow and llertlw I.emny. A. S. Grant. N.mnlo Williams. thrifty nation. In the earlier days, Ollie Adams und Hattie Harris, cul. Homer llay, Iwi Lou Preston. before manufactories weru twtablWi-W- , Harnion lUkei und Kula Lonu. A. Kinder, Elisabeth Beazlcy. od, practically everything that u Heiiry J. Tussey, Martini Rogers, household ncodod hail to bo drawn Thomas 1'. Iteynodls nnd Berthn Davis. John H. Gay, Susio Francis Bolton, i from its own resources. This made John Ii. Young nnd Alia - McAl-iate- r. John Ergleman, Mattio Jlycrs. the Americans nnd very Shirley Harris und Cordia Brown. Sam Lang nnd Irene Bolton. Hiram Itobinson ami Lcnnic I.euv-cl- l, col. Aslec Cibbs nnd Bessie Francis, col Willie It. Preston, Lottie Doolin. Ollie Black und Nora Adams. Mathew Gibbs and Addie Taylor, Siiou. Otis Stotts. Ileulnh Sebastian. Willis Church and Knnnic Pointer, It. Z. Trice, Patience Metcalf. Klijah Itobinson, and Georgia Arnold, col. C. T. Taylor and Mr. II. Crutch- George M. Rogers, Manila Locker. field. Richard M. Shelton, Alice Hatfield. Jasper llulctte, nnd Augustn Ham W. M. Wren, Annie Holmes. monds. McClelland Cunningham and Llllie Irvine Pennington nnd Alice Bill Rice. iard. Chnrlcs Louis Smith, Anna L. Mil Joel J. Wnlker anil Kliie Slorrow. ler. Henry Wcnrren nnd Stella Wear- .Mills Black, Bcrnire Huffman. ren, col. Floyd Toorncy, Bessie Mne Long, Sam Brcuer und Crncie Mnupin. hdd Rout, Ileitn Simpson. Kverett Anderson nnd I.ovio SimpWilliam Ball, Mae Dudderar. son. Willie Mullins, Mittie Withers, col, Jumes Hardin Davis nnd Fnnnle JIcElroy Ilunlette, Malnie Jones, .Mac Smith. colored. Kred Smith nnd Iner Pointer. Frank Sparks, Ida Lear. I.ec Simpnon "iind Clam Pollard. James Robinson, Mamio Mycrs.col, John Alex Master, and Annie Sampson Ovcrstreet, Bessie Gur- - Robert Edgar Turley Jr., and Lydia Lnhcll hlniore. Penman Smith and Eliza Marie Cochran. (,eorge Hasty, and Nannie Lee Adams. Enoch Gillispir and Ruth Harris. Hay Green and Delia Mae Wear-ro- n, colored. Joe S. Skinner, Francis B. Tomlin son. Herbert Lee Bailey nnd Nellie Cox. J. J. Hendren and Llda Raney. John Colson nnd Opal Vanhook. Noah Marsce and Virginia Carter. Harry L. Francis, Jcanctte A. Mean. Said the almost philosopher, "Tbt married for money Instead fellow who of love couldn't be persuaded to do 11 again for love or money." Passions' Growth. Let me not forget that the power and Joy of sacrifice grow upon those who' exercise It Pure pssslons grow as well as dark ones. W. L. Edible Alarm Clock. It was late In the afternoon when the Scotch minister arrived at the farmhouse. The housewife suggested that perhaps he would like a cup of fen before he began the "execlses." "Na, im." said he. "I aye tak my tea better when my work Is done. You can put the pan on and leave the door ajar, an' I'll draw to a close In the prayer when I hear the hauin flzzln'." . I nett. by vigorous men end women. Whra our 1. hctlnf in .trrnfih and rndurtner, febrn fuod br.llh i. wanting, hcn chy.lc.i I. .1 low ebb, it t. Impouibl to accom- rn,u one . ori. Oneoftbecfu.rtcnil hetlthand low vitality I. lb. Improper fundionlnf ol tb Ildnei,. Trouble mull. vbcn Ibcv fjl la climinato v.a.tr and pcltonoua matter from the ayitrm. and tbrunatic rai.. backache. alitT iofnta. tore muaciea, an j omer l r.ipioms gulcily lollow. s)4 s)4s)s)d)s 4444t ds)' CUCCESS IS ACHIEVED Vigor ., - .UUO,l00 in three years, and this number Is even below the theoretic figures. Scientific American Supplement that the progeny of n tingle couple (of ruts). If undestrojed, would number Illiteracy In The United, States. The war revealed to us many of tho existing conditions of America. It showed us that among our young f citizens of draft age a very largo pro- ortiou, through illnes or physical imperfection, were unable to meet 't'iu requirements necessary for imh-ury luty. It also brought info view ' an illiteracy greatly- - exceeding our .realisation. Among the men of draft age there were 700,000 illiterate 3. Such a condition is most unfortun- tc. Our conntry, in spite of the t aunted advantages of education which it is suunoeed to rive, is not Keap Well Do not allow the poisons of undljesled food to accurmuite in your bowels, where they are absorbed Into your system. Indijcjtlcn.coa-ctipatio- n, headache, bad blcod, rnJ numerous tidier troubles crc bcund to follow. Keep jMi:r system ciein, as thousands ot o:h(-- s do, by l taking an occ- dose e, ct the old, tt-- bie, iaiu.iy ;.vci t.eoi. cine. rrr ' Theclford's Fr.nne.mv'V and lines, ' "long educational Blaek-Drsos- ht Marks Of Service. As the soldiers come back it will be interesting to distinguish the meaning of the various chevrons which they wear upon their sleeves. We subjoin a list: A single red chevron signifies "dis- - .carciuny proviucnt As tlmo went on and tho nation realized itself master of almost limitless natural resources, Its earlier care-fhabits dropped away, and a of living took their place. People gained the idea that there was no object in stinting In any direction, for there would always be enough. ulong the lines of prepur- ' ins; men for citizenship. Besides this large number of there are many people in tl.ii country who, though they rend and write sonic foreign tongue, do not rend or write English. These people iilso lire seriously hnndlcnppod. English, the dominant language of AniericJ, must bo under-(too- d if Americans are to have a common viewpoint of policies and Ideals. It is in communities where little English is used that foreign propaganda finds its readiest field. The United States must look to the education of her children and tho Americanization i f her youth. "Vi: have us.d y;Lt 33 li. a family medicine. My 'Ihec!-tor- Mrs. V. P. Pickle, ot Killing Fawn, Op., writes: d'3 mother-in-law could not Like ca!or..cl a It set nted too strong (or her, so she used nlld laxative anil liver regulator We use it In the family and believe It is the best medicine for the liver niaie." Try It. Insist on the ccnuine Thedford'C. 25capack-afi- e. ... 'E-7- 5 The Central Record, Thursday, Jan 23 1919. CARDS. M. S. Mastering English Words V aaMtMaaaaaaaiiaaaaaaaK- r- HATFIELD DENTIST Phones Office LANCASTER, LUMBER ALL KINDS. Office oTr Th Carrad 5. Bank Residence 376, KENTUCKY. Dr. Wm. D. Pryor, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. Oilier nt Hainey a Livery Stable. STOVES GOOD KIND. FRENCH FACTORY GIRl LtARNIrCLISrllN CONDUCTED BY THE Y.W.C.A ST Lancaster. Kentucky J.J.Byrne Exclusive Optometrist. DANVILLE, - KENTUCKY Onnoaite Gileher Hotel. Office Hour, S A CLASS Builders Hardware. lo 12 and 1 to 5 p.m FOYERS IN FRANCE. J. ffi. Beazlev DIRECTOR MINERAL Offl;s Over National Bank. Knidania fham 3. Office Phone 27 LANCASTER. KY. M. J. PATRICK, Dentist. Kentucky. Paint Iiiok, Dr. Printus Walker VETERINARIAN. Call, Answered Promptly Day or Phew. 317. KENTUCKY, Nifht. LAN' CASTER, Four departments of the French Government have asked the American Y. V. C. A. to open social and recrea' lion centers for girls employed by I must express to you the very great satisfaction and most thein Flnnnce, Commerce, War and sincere gratitude of the French it J.nbor. Lieutenant l'oncet of the Ministry Government for the service rcn- of Labor recently requested that this ilered to the women working In Y. V. C. A. work be begun for girls In flovernment factories through his ofllces lifter seeing the social and the estnhllshment of Y. W. ft A. recreation centers which had been Foyers lies Alllees (cluhrooms opened nt the request of the Ministry formtinltloncttes). of War. Sixteen centers of this kind These foyers have heen (in ev cellent means for bettering the it are oiwrated In six cities In France. Three of them are In Paris. physical conditions and the inn- The last of these Foyers des Allien rale of our workers. Thty have ' Is for girls who are working In been constantly used by the wothe Department of Labor. It Is far down the men workers, who have found Seine, under the shadow of the Eiffel there new elements of dignity Tower, and overlooks the Qual d"Oray. anil social education. The rooms are bright and cheerful, I must thank you for bringing it with chintz hangings and cushions, this to pass, nnd I hope that V. W. C. A. work will not dlap- coinfortnhle chairs, reading nnd writing tnhles and a fireplace. A kitchen pear with the viar, hut will he has equipment so that girls can precarried on In order to develop pare meals for themselves. They go the principles nf sods! snlldarto the foyer for their two hour lunchIty which It has Inspired. eon time, for social evenings and for (Signed) M. LOLVHKR. classes III Knell. h. Minister of Anns and Muni- Hons Manufacture. MESSAGE TO Y. W. C. A. FROM FRANCE. Hervey Stomach Trouble. Edna, four, was going next door to her auntie. She was told by her moth er not to eat anything while there as her stomach was upset. When she rnme In she said, "Auntie, mamma said 1 shouldn't eat anything because my stomach has tipped over." & Woods Versatile Nut Tree. In addition to nuts used In confer, ttonery the Indian cashew tree yields gum, n Juice that an makes an Indelible Ink and three kinds of oil, one edible nnd the others used to tan fishing nets and preserve wood. Real Merit Manifest. Ileal merit of any kind cannot long be concealed; R will ! dltrovercd, and nothing can deprirlate It but a man's1 exhibiting It himself. It may not at ways bercwardnl as It ought, but t PAINT LICK, KENTUCKY. . Lines to Da Remembered. Bink-Nst- e Engravers. The pursuit of perfection Is the pur I it Is said that there are scarcely suit of sweetness and light. He who morc than 100 men In the whole world works for sweetness nnd light works who arc trained to ho expert hank-nottn tnnlcn renaon find- flu, will nf fl,.l ' ruitiuivi it prevail. Jiattnew Arnold. Gold One Little Valued. Iter. Dr. W. II (Irllils sa)s that It Is hlstnrlcnllv true thilt In nnrl. Tn.n I there were houses roofed with gold. For centuries, he says, gold had little , more value In Japan I linn In South America when llallnia sought the Pa cific. Kven until lSVl gold was worth only four times as much as silver. Honaker Fine Cut Flowers. 400,000 YANKS ARE Y. W. C. A. VISITORS Four hundred thousand persons and more served In the cafeteria In one year Is the record of the Y. W. C A. Entertain Roumanian Countess at Hostess House nt Camp Lewis, American take, Wash. American Show In France, The majority of the 100,000 diners Picture shows are being put on In were mothers, wives, sweethearts ami France without cameras, scenery or friends who went to the camp to visit nny of the necessary properties, ac- their soldiers. The remainder were soldiers themselves who broke the rno. cording to reports reaching the National Y. V. C A. from a Y. W. C. A. notony of "chow" with home cooked meals. In addition to all these guests, nurses' hut In a liase Ilsspltal. Having no film or camera, the 'J.,0ii0 little children were oared for In the nursery and the rest room served nurses at liase decided to put on 70,000 tired wives and mothers. living picture show and Invited a The workers at the Information group of nurses from a nearby hos desk received and answered 97,000 pital to be the audience. It was a questions varying from how to get the real thriller, one of the wild and wool- - best connections to a destination clear west "variety, with bucking bron- - across the continent, the rates of solrhoes and wild rides on broom nnd diers' Insurance and the kind of cre mondiorses. tonne n girl bride should have In her Imagination supplied the scenery.n,ng room now that Private John Is with the exception of placards, which coming home from France. Eleven nnnounced "the sun" when It was sup thousand of these queries required telposed to be shining or "cacti" when ephone conversations with various the cow punchers rode across the company commanders relative to huntdesert. ing up a soldier whose parents had arCountess Vncaresea of I!ntimanln. rived unexpectedly. who hart heen talking to the nurses on conditions In the (ierinnn courts at the Y. W. C. A. CAFETERIA time she was to the IN PORTO RICO Queen of Itouinnnla, wns the most appreciate of all the guests. Porto Itlco tins a cafeteria. It Is the tlrst one established on the Island, and INSIGNIA, CURTAINS, when It was oi'iicd In the Y, W, C. A. MADE FROM SKIRTS Hostess House at Cnmp Las Casas the natUes crowded around, much amused Ulue broadcloth skirts used for or I at the Innovation. They Insisted upon I ganization Insignia and plnhl summer having American dishes. known Irenes rccniiMructtHl Into window cur. In The house became very well women a short time, and a group of lulus arc after vur economic of thu front San Juan uluntcercil to go out nine V. W, C A. s in Arch every week to mend socks and sew on angel, Itusla. buttons for the soldiers. Then' secretaries have Just succeed In the faco of food and clolh shorted. RUSSIAN PRINCESSES ages, In opening u V, W, C. A. Hostess LEARN TO TRIM HATS Houso for American tronpi stationed 111 Archangel, u town belilnil thu allied W. C. A. Saves Wife of General lines. It was nwswin to limit ui a : From Becoming Charwoman. ol'u summer dress which one of the MHrrelarleg lmi! discarded for honv) ' When the war work of tho Y. W. C. winter (lothes In nrilcr to haw cur- - ' A. In Russia has nil been told one of tains nt the windows. They live on the most Interesting stories will lie In regulation army ration. the establishment of thu tlrst Women's Association nt Msun. Archatigvl Is the fourth city In lius- V. W. C. A. has e:uli-tlshe- d Thcro il.ij' nfler day princesses woris sla where thu work. Centers were opened side by side with Hiis.int glrf-- , wles Unit In Petroi-rai- l und Moscow and ,'f high Russian oltklul. niake dreu-e- s then In Ruiuara, IXX) lullua wuinui.l or trim hats at long tables with simple, unlettered women, und the limney Is from Moscow. eil for Htlf support of the.' prln- Mlas Kllsabeth Holes, IimiiI of ltus- esses nnd notuhlo womeu us wed as kluii work and one nf tlx few Auu who remained In that country for the peasant tlusst a. The need and suffering throughout hrouxhout the revolution. Is n muto to America by a of Ilunlaud to re- all llusshi was so great at tho llmo tho Association was established that cruit workers for ltUMtlu. it was u problem to fun! where the money would help thu greatest numA second Y, W, C. A. Hostess House, people. It was thought best to for wives and (hlldreu of soldiers. Is ber of to help capitalize organizasoon to be opened nt Castner, Cuhu, expend It giving work and permanent Hawaiian Island. lo cure for the over. tions for to families nnd IndividuIlow of women nnd ciniilreu from the opportunity's earn their own living. tlrst house, which opened some months als to women brlug their handiwork The ni'o In answer to a cull from the comto the Association for tale or tako ormanding otllcer of the camp. During 15 days In Not ember 2,102 ders to do dressmaking, millinery, etc. rooms of the society or at home. visitors were entertuliied at thu house, In the Including women nnd children, of the Suitably work was found Just In time not long ago to keep the wife of one of following nntliinullili's; Phlllpnlno, Ha. wullan, Portuguese, Spanish, Russian, Russia's greatest generals from going Porlo Ulcau, ICgr.u, .'trilivie uud out as a charwoman to earn kread for her husband, who was ilL American. NURSES PRODUCE WILD WEST PICTURE SHOW John M. McRoberts. St W. A. WHEELER DENTIST LANCASTER, Storm -4 - KENTUCKY. Drug Store. 2 Oflbe over Itoun JBHH WHITE p m. 7:30-9p.- TOBACCO - - - TO THE - - - LOUWVMU.KT. sb Ukeral an hi Imast mmi 4 C9. full valaw (MM a-ts- FUBS CMtttlU BOOKKEEPING Builness.Phonography TYPEWRITING and Hidra a4 Wna.r,Uamrl fallf fcy, IpttmiiJ. Ita Preriilrat h jw of irlnc to fnrrntll 40 tal'l ItttOKIflaT UUilQMf, 7r wiunum u," youna m n't lor nicr. S VFntt w iia KJUTII. Lmluxiou, Ur H. ,4 wrtfrj R R.SMITH UdnuVrileHCH TELEGRAPHY BUSINESS COLLESE LANCASTER i The undersigned hereby ctve warning to all persons not to trespasi upon our lamb for any purpose whatever a we will prosecute nil otfenders to the fullest extent of the law. Hunters and fishermen especially take notice. IS. L. Elkln, Mrs. Cora rhillips. Mrs. Emma Daniels, It. L. Arnold. Mrs. Sarah J. P. llackley, Mrs. Emma Hljfttinbotham, Edd und N. U. Prkc. S. C. Riirsby. I). M. Anderson. It I.. Barker , Pawed Away. Notice In ii country now "vp regret tn Inform our unuored customers "! nnd B"iiifiHi friend, Mr. that our Credit, expired today, lie n a noble mill, uhvnjs willing uuil hut lias been fnlllnx for some 'line. May lie rest 111 peace, Vuy cuih." Huston 'Xuinscrlpt. POSTED TNKCO HI STANFORD STREET. is hi a?si r,i 2S We Pay the Highest Market Price and Un- - 'i U 12 Gafe. Poultry Tonic .(aaaaaa (uultrytuuIuLliowu 5r with loll I,, nf Cf.l1' IhiUI mitfl ll4r. villi. aa(W ,urn bici nrer.'nu rsiA-.linuwilivu, Cooler,, a i ottierUlNetwi. At Urns rl.tsor by mill imj.iu.uJ. tsjoUfiu.. iuau li ic vjai i ic ucxy. ration of You can nuko 12 25 lh.1 l.t rsr!" B NO COMMISSION CHARGED. 1 Warehouse Phone 34 . Residence 245. (jtl Vl. lift I i t tlittlu.Ij, Ilaseldea Brothers. l IB ITheJCentral Record, Thursday, Jan 23, 1919. 2 ATTENTION Public Spirited Citizens. We are given access to the records of this plant and will at once employ one competent to analyze and audit this plant and give us the result showing worth, cost of operation, annual receipts etc. We not only request your COOPERATION in subscribing for stock but you are called on to VOLUNTEER your services, such as you ,can In last week's issue we advocated and proposed to the Public, that they own our Telephone system, Lancaster and Paint Lick exchanges. Many have voluntarily expressed their approval by asking to subscribe liberally of their means, toward a fund sufficient to take over this splendidly equipped plant, which can be done at a price we believe far under its value. No more essential or profitable business, securety considered, is to be found. spare, as public spirited citizens and avail your selves of the option we have. Additional infor- mation can be had from the undersigned. D. A. THOMAS, O. C. WALKER. eKrrcnm TIxm art !) ilfU I uk Of tht. spirit ttrtnt: Inntth tor It dan? tut, Court lo faeo tha road. Good chHr la h.lp ma baar the Irsr-U- WHEN NEURALGIA ATTACKS NERVES Sloan's Liniment seatttci th coagettloa and reUeres pala A little, applied willow ruiUaf, irffl fmtraU immediately and rat and soothe the nerves. Sloan's Liniment la very effective la allaying external pains, strains, bruiaes, aches, ttifl joints, tore muscles, lumbago, neuritis, sciatica, rheumatic t sieges Keep big bottle always on hand tot family use. Druggists everywhere. r load. Aod for tha hour lhat com ttwon. An Inward Joy In all (hint htard and Hn. lUnrr Van Djrka. here for a visit to hlsmother.Mrs. Per-mel- ia llogie, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. O. Hill. Mr. nnd Mrs. A. C. Miles were called to Louisville last week by the illness of their daughter, Miss Fannie Mae Miles. Mrs. Hiram Kay, Mrs. Nora Teater, Misses Sallie Lou Teater and Ethel Ray spent Tuesday with Mrs. Floyd Curtis and daughters. BRADSHAW MILL. Roy Long was with his grand-mothe- ceiving congratulations over the arrival of a new baby girl, which was christened Ruth Cameron. BRYANTSVILLE WHOLESOME FOOD. Since our education by war! we are accustomed to the use of various substitutes, and wo will continue to rise tliera In tome measure, for they liave proven tii be satisfactory food. Rolltd Oats Dread. Tnku ono ami n lintt cupfuls of honey. I'nur nver two cupfuls of boll- Ins water and let stand until luko worm. Then add one cake of softened yeast and fire cupfuls of Hour. Knead slightly, set In n warm place and let rise for two hours. Knead thoroughly, form Into loaves (this will maku two) nnd put Into pans to rise. Cover well and hake SO minutes, when It la light s of n Oats Muffins. Take cupful of rolled on In, one anil one-hal- f cupfuls of Hour, ono cupful of scalded milk, one egg. four tcaspoonfult of hakim: powder, two tahlcspoonfult of meltteapoonful of salt and ed fat, cine-hal- f three tuMespoonfuU of sugar. Turn the scalded milk out tlio ontmoM nnd let stand ten minutes, then add the other Ingredients with the flour rifted with the baking powder. Duke In buttered gem pans. Left. Over Salad. Take n cupful of Hiultry lilts, picked from the lionen, cupful of celery cut tine ndd cne-hnl- f mul one-hal- f cupful of mayonnaise dressing, A few olivet, beets or pickles will Improve the salad. If the neat U coarsely chopped and mixed with tho dressing nml (.easnnlngi It may bo molded In cupt ami chilled. After two or three hours unmold nod servo on lettuce., Honey Lemon Pie. Take one-hacupful of honey, three tahlcsiwonful of cornstarch, ono egg, tho grated rind of a lemon, one and of cupfuls of scalded milk, one teaspoonful of fat and two tablespoon-ful- s Comblno the of lemon Juice. liquid, honey, lemon rind and fat. Let boll and thicken with cornstarch which has been mixed with a little cold milk. Cook over the fire for IS minute), then pour over the beaten egg and cook over water Ave minutes. Stir In tho lemon juice and when the mixture Is partly cool, poor Into a baked pastry shell and bake. r Saturday night. Mrs. Ilascom Prewitt spent Sunday with Mis. C. C. Prewitt, Miss May Moore of Nina is with her cousin, Miss Hazel Moore. Mrs. ILtzel Moore will spend sev-tr.- il dsys with Mlts Mae Moore. Itnfcnl Sebastian spent Saturday night and Sunday with James Sanders. Allen Creech of Hyattsville was n BUCKEYE guest of James Burton Sanders Tuesday night. Miss Lovie Drown is visiting relaMr. W, A. llogie of Paris Crossing tives nt Bourne." Ind., is visiting friends nnd relatives Mrs. G. M. llcmlrcn Is suffering near here. with pneumonia. Mrs. Jesse East nnd Mrs. Willie Mr. W, A. Cotton is suffering with Long were with Mr. nnd Mrs. Mervin lang, Sunday. pneumonia, following Influenza. Mr. nnd Mrs. Arthur Sebastian Flour in sacks or barrels. were guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hudson, Hughes and Farnau. Mr. W. II. Gulley nml Mr. T. C. Mr. and Mrs. Willie Long of Nina, Jenkins were in Danville Inst week. were visitors of Mr. nnd Mrs. Jesse nml Mr. East, Wednesday. Mr. Herbert Whltnkcr John I'ricc were In Lexington last Mrs. S. N. Sanders and daughter week. N'nncy spent Sunday afternoon wit) Mis Christine Morford spent last Mrs. C. C. Prewitt. tho guest of Mrs. week In Ve aro booking orders for prima Uobcit Long. 38 2 per cent, cotton seed meal. Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Morford nnd Tho cheapest feed on tho market toson, Walter weie visitors In Bryants-vill- e day for cattle. Hudson, Hughes and Farnau. Sunday. Mr. J. I l'rnthcr is visiting his Mr. unit Mrs. Carl Prewitt und childaughter, Mr, unil Mrs. Jumes Stapp dren wcra visitors of Mr. nnd Mrs. C, nt Lexington. C. Prewitt, Sunday. Mrs. Walter Davis nnd little son, Mrs. Clarkio Roberts and little, are visiting her pnrents, Dr. nnd Mrs. grand-daughte- r, Virginia Reynolds, (!. M. Hcndrcn. spent the week end with Mr. HenderMr. nnd Mrs. Wins Smith nro tho son. proud parents of a little son, who arMrs. E. G. Creech and sons, Allen rived on the 18th. and Luther Gilbert, of Hyattsville, Miss Barbara Gulley and brother, ure with her daughter, Mrs. C. C. Master Frank, were in Madison last Prewitt. week visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. N, L. Prewitt and son Mr. and Mrs. Robert Carter and and daughter, Marvin and Ruby May children spent Sunday with his par- were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. C, C. Prewitt, Thursday, ents, Mr. and Mrs. Mai Carter. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Prewitt are re Mr. J. R. Ray of Dayton Ohio, is School closed again on account of Mr. Perry Moberley of near the flu situation. sold his entire crop of tobacMr. Carl F. Engelhardt of Louisco, containing seventeen hundred pcunds at Richmond which averaged ville was here Sunday. Almost every family in the entire 72 cents a pound. community reports one or more cases of flu. CARTERSVILLE. T. E. Dunn entertained number Mrs. Walker Bryant and Rev. F. P. of his friends with a "Stag dinner" Sunday. Bryant are very ill of influenza. M. 0. Kennedy is rapidly improv-in- g Mrs. Eliza Conn visited her daughafter having underwent a serious ter Mrs. Charley Crutcher last week. operation. Calico visited Miss Lillian her The Mtthodlit Church has been grandmother, Mrs. Elizabeth Calico making some improvements on the lest week. parsonage. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Wylie visited The main streets of Bryantsville her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Car- are crowded with tobacco wagons goter ut the weeks end. ing to nnd from markets. Mrs. F. J. Robinson of near Paint Misses Zilla and Amy Dawes and Lick visited her parents, Mr. and Miss Mar' Lou Measle were guests of Mrs. J. T. Allen last week. Mrs. J. II. Ballard, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Bryant spent Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Pennington and children visited her parents, Mr. and Saturday nnd Sunday with Dr. and Mrs. B. B. Montgomery, at Paint Lick Mrs. C. S. Roop at the weeks end. Mrs. W. K. Davis is with her mothMrs. Laura Gabbard of Bcrea who was called to her sister's Mrs. Ernest er, Mrs. G. M. Hcndrcn at Buckeye, Gabbard, by the illness of her little who is seriously ill with pneumonia. child, has returned home. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Williams and children were in Danville Thursday to hear "The Hawilan Band", at Stouts Theatre. R. P. Brown tl Stanford Ky., has accepted a position in the Bank of Bryantsville, am! will soon move his wife here to reside. W. C. Shanks of Stanford Ky., State Bank Examiner was here Saturday and examined the Bank of Bryantsville and found it in splendid At the Gang Saw Them. Three little boys were calling each other by the names of "Red," "Squlnch" and "Bones." When asked why they did so. Squlnch spoke for lliem. "It's our names what matches our looks best to the gang.' English Lavender and Mint. The great secret of English lavender and mint lies In the soli a light, friable, chalky soil, not often found In a climate congenial to both plants, yet essential to a perfect result. " Each, In fact, may be grown with a certain measure of success on hill, In marshland, or meadow, for both are hardy, and, when well rooted, nro nearly Impervious to drought nnd frost. rrcwitl Sunday. Part of the sick of this community nre Mrs. Susie Itenfro, and Mrs. J. D. Carter and children, Mrs. John Calico and children nnd Misses Estella nnd Virgie Davis.. The Death Angel visited the homo of Mr. nnd Mrs. Earnest Gabburd and called their only child, Ada U, aged 7 months. But their greatest comfort in their hour of trouble is Jesus' words, when He mid. SulTcr little children to come unto me and forbid them not, for such Is the kingdom of Heaven. i hi II ii ir USED AUTOMOBILES. We Now is the time to buy and save money. guarantee every'car we sell. 1018 Bulclc Roadster - Advertise. The constant drop of water wears away tho hardest stone The constant gnnw of Towser musti-cate- s the toughest bone The constant wooing lover carries oft the blushing maid And the constant advertiser Is the man that gets tho trade. Don't ever think that printer's ink is money to the bad, To help you jail a role of kale, there's 1915 Bulck, five passenger 1916 Oakland, five passenger 1 9 1 640verland, five passenger Three 1917 Fords $400., $425., SEE US AT ONCE. $1150.00 550.00 625.00 600.00 $4.50 nothing beats an ad, You can't fool people always, they've been a long time born And most folks know that man is slow who tooteth not his horn. Ex, The Danville Buick Go L. B. CONN. Proprietor. Walnut Street. 31 3 irr itir Danvllle.iKentucky. n ii ir The Central Record, Thursday, Jan 23, 1919. igntirini II -- . rlFBN Well-Know- n Here. New Pastor Called. HOME CIRCULATION, The pipes in and about your home are the veins and arteries of the circulation in the welfare of your daily comfort. monarch Winter is the sly times lays hold on the circulawho often tory organs of your home and ZIP YOUR PIPES ARE FROZEN Quick action is necessary and the safest thing for you to do is to run to the phone and call big-hand- ed Conn Brothers. 3 LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. We will be there and your plumbing will be done in too short a time to allow any damage to assert itself in the woodwork of your home. IE EE The Central Record lulled Weekly. $1.50 a Year. Payable in Advance. J. K. E. ROBINSON, Editor. L .ELK1N, Local Editor nnd Mgr. Entered at the Post Office in LanMail caster, Ky., as Second-Clas- s Matter. Meihber Kentucky Press Association and Eighth District Publishers League. Rate, For Political Announcements. For Precinct nnd City Officcs$5.00 10.00 For County Offices For State and District Offices.. 15.00 .10 For Calls, per line .10 For Cards, per line For all publications in the interest of individuals or expression of individual views, per line Obituaries, per line .10 .05 Lancaster, Ky., January 23, 1919 How much is the country doctor worth? It is possible that he is worth much more than a city physician. During the late epidemic the great cities were long behind districts in the subsiding the menace. The great cities of this country should have put their official hands before their faces. The argument probably is: "There are more people in the city". That is no argument, neither is it a reason. There was no excuse for the grip to have shaken this country with such a gigantic swing as to bring the death rates far above that lost from this country in the European conflict. There is a reason, however, and it was precisely this: the lack of getting down to business of the physicians; the health department not realizing the gravity of the situation ; the closing of public places was begun too late as usual. We should have learned by this time to grab the poaching troubles of our vicinities by the horns when they first begin to cast their eyes over our pastures. . hard-to-get-at wasteful lands in some of the choicest parts of our country. iu piunous unum means "one from many". Let us hope that Russia will soon affix something in this sort of a mot to to her mastheads. of the American Red Cross achieved. She never'nsked anyone to do something which she herself wns Unwilling to do, as n result she is beloved by the humblest of the workers as It is a good idea to keep up well as by the most capable. .It has the eating of food not entirely been say of Mrs. Freeman that she combines the man's point of view made from wheat .throughout the country. The whole grains with the charm of woman, nnd this breadth of vision was are best in the long run and the answer to the question shown in the how habit of seeing evervthinc after the war, would adjust women, themwhite in cakes, bread, etc., is selves to conditions. something that will benefit our Recently, answered Mrs. Freeman, I read an article about the aviator stomachs the sooner it is who, said the author, could never be the same man he before he Barley and rye arc good for mounted to the skies was the airplane. in a greater purpose than that for Once he has seen the great world at which they are used most this distance? nnd how small lines and abundantly liquors. They divisions become merged into the great view, his vision are good to eat with our meals t.rd faraeeing, and becomes broad not in the degenerate state but which once annoyedthe small things, him, and arous in the whole nourishing state ed jealousy and friction, arc power where all that is originally less to stir him now. So I think it will be the same with women. Never found in the kernel is there. again will they be content with fire Jidc gotip and hours idled nwny. In It would be a good plan to spirit they have been on the battle let these soldiers returning lines with their husbands, sons and from France without means of brothers, and at home they have support after they land in this stood shoulder to shoulder democra country, be advised to take to tically and unitedly and caught the vision of the big and tcrious things. the soil. which must be dene If the world is to Farming is the most import made a strongnold of justice and ant factor of any country in the equality, nnd t!iey nave pledged not line of produce.Energetic men to fnil in woman's part. M rs. Frccmnn feels that tho work step into an age of wealth of the Baltimore chapter American when they take the reins of a Reil Cross, is not yet done, "Don't farm on a modern scientific muster yourselves out, is her appeal scale and mean business. It to the women. 'Our boys must wait would reduce poverty, fill the on the fields of France nnd Belgium until they are mustered out. We markets and generate now have still .work to do." for ordinary times, nnd when the epidemic arrived the scar city of nurses was immediately felt. The people who died on ac count of insufficient care in sickness were as truly victims of the Prussian military system as if they had died on the field of battle. The Hnltlmorc Evening Sfin Is run At a meeting of the members nlng a scries under tho heading the Baptist Church last Sunday morn' publish Rev. C. D. ffl "Women In War Work", nnd of Mrs. ing, unanimously Strother, of Louisville was rs a handsome likeness called to the pastor Julius W. Freeman, chief of the Hal ate of thnt church. Rev. Stroth timorc Red Cross work, with an inter nnd Mrs. Strother will arrive about view nnd extended nccount of her February 1st, at which time he will work. As Mrs. Freeman is largely assume his duties. connected In Garrard and Lincoln About three weeks ago he preached counties, being the daughter of the at this church and made quite n fnv late John S. Lusk, Esq., of Lancaster, ornuic impression wan nil mcmncrs, ami herself a native of Hustonvilte He wns recently graduated nt tho by rearing, extracts nrc made nt some Baptist Theological Seminary nt length from the Baltimore paper, Louisville nnd is n young man ts Miss Mary Holmes Lusk, n fre sterling qualities and he and his wlf quent visitor to her relatives the fnnv will receive a cordial welcome lly of Mrs. Emma G. Kauffman, Mrs. their arrival here. freeman is very cordially remember To-da- ys ed in Lancaster. The article proceeds: "Started unostentntlonal..tho Bal timore Chnptor of the American Red Taxes on amusement admission will Cross has developed to large propor not be increased by tho War Rcvenu tions under the able leadership of Mrs Bill. The conferees agreed yeste Julius W. Freemnn, nnd y It is day to rescind their previous decision the most important chapter of the to increase the rate from 10 to 2 Potomac division, which includes per cent. .Maryland, Virginia, West Virginia and the District of Columbia. .Mrs. The five great Powers, Oroat Brit Freeman's capacity for organization ain. France, the United States, Italy soon made itself felt with the advent ami Japan have reached n definit of the United States into the wnr. agreement regarding Russia, nccord With such effective organization it is ing to a Tans dispatch to the Ccntrnl not surprising that the Baltimore News yesterday. Chapter soon began to be regarded Calmly referring to "the next war' by Washington as one of the best organized, most efficient and most de Mnj. (Jen. Leonard Wood made pendable chapters of the American strong appeal before n joint session Red Cross, and supplies assembled by of the Kansas Legislature vesterdav for n system of universal training for it were permitted be JOHNSONS "FREEZEPROOF" PREVENTS FROZEN RADIATORS. It is inexpensive Does not evaporate-Eto use-D- oes not freeze asy and one application will last all winter. One package protects n Ford car to five derives below zero Courier McRoberts Drug Store. They Lie In France, Where Lilies Bloom. They lie in Franco Where lilies bloom; flowers pale Those That guard ench tomb souls Are Close by them In Thnt martyred land, And mutely there the long night shadows creep From quiet hills to mourn for them who sleep. While o'er them through the dusk go silently The grieving clouds that slowly drift to sen, And lately round them moaned the Winter wind Whose voice, lamenting, sounds so coldly kind, Yet in their faith' those waiting hearts abide The time when turns forever thnt false tide. In France they lie Where lilies bloom; (lowers Those fair For they made room. vainly plr.ced Not crosses The stand Within that brave And stricken land: lives, Their honor love endures. Their Their noble death right assures. The For they shall have their hearts' desire They who, unflinchingly, braved the fire, Across the fields their eyes at last shall see Through clouds nnd mist the hosts of victory. I'ercival Allen, in New York Times. Journal, Say saintly to sent directly abroad, without nny further inspec tion, which is a distinction necorded only to those chapters which have reached n very high grade of efficiency.. Despite Mrs. Freeman's self, depreciation it cannot be gainsaid that her leadership was n large factor in that which the Baltimore Chapter national defense. The 309th Trench Mortar Battenarrived nt Camp Znchary Taylor yesterday to demobilize. The last unit of the 84th (Lincoln) Division t leave America, it is the first to re turn from France. - , Thefts, nets of violeTTcc nnd armed attacks arc Increasing daily in Paris according to the Matin, which d dares that the demobillzntion.of al lied troops is bound to have the ef feet of further increasing acts lawlessness. 1 Secretary Baker yesterday ord the release of 110 conscicntiou objectors held nt Fort Leavenworth Obituary. the remission of the unexecuted por The Death Angel visited the home of their sentences, their "hon tions Robinson, orablc restoration to duty", and im of Mr. and Mrs. Jnmes January 14th and took from them mediate discharge from the army, their darling little Ed. He bad only Specialy guards watch the cells been sick one week ami died between where Patrick Kearney nnd Jim Law four and five o'clock. He wns born lcr, the Covington Loan Association Jessamine county, October 27th, bandits, who nrc sentenced to death 1007 ami was laid to rest last Friday n the electric chair at the penitcn in Tyncr cemetery, at Jackson, Ky. tlary at Eddyville at t o'clock on the A precious one from us has gone morning of February 21, arc confined. A voice c loved is still A place is vacant in our home Kentucky colleges can taKe care Which never can be filled". of any reasonable number of wound ed soldiers nnd sailors the Govern CARD OF THANKS. mcnt sends to be rehablitatcd. This During thu illness and death of our was the sentiment expressed yestcr ilear boy, our friends nnd neighbors day by heads of nil Kentucky colleges were exceedingly kind and thoughtassembled in Lexington to discuss the ful and we take this means of exmatter pressing to them our heartfelt thanks In an effort to rench n final vote nnd gratitude. James Robinson and family. before adjournment yestorday the Senate gave exclusive right of way to "A Good the House bill appropriating $100,. There wasn't much left of Cone- 000,000 for famine relief in Europe. All other business was laid aside, but glano just ragged stone walls nnd the debate covered such a wide range heaps of masonry and piles of debris and hungry people. Some of them of subjects that progress was slow. had lived through the bombardment. Archibald Stevenson, of New York, thcrs had been refugees nnd had a representative of the Military In made their way back to their native telligence Service, testyfying yester lllage after the Autrians retreated. day before the Senate Propaganda And there was n good American Investigating Committee, declared a there, too little Marin, who appear-- . large number of professors In Amcri at Red Cross headquarters with n can colleges nnd universities sub scribed to radical and pacifist views. American". big basket and a smile and pointed to the stars and stripes and announced: "lo buono Americano". Her mother and two of her three sisters were ill" One brother had been killed, nnother brother was then in the army. Her father had been dead scleral years. There were a couple of rooms left to their house, though, so really matters might have been wore, as tho little Italian girl said, with surprising philosophy, to one of the Red Cross workers. The "good American" who, of course had never seen America, or traveled more than twenty miles from the town went back home If what a shell leaves of a houso may bo, called home with rice and beans and bacon nnd condensed milk and her mother anil sisters and herself had that day n meal that seemed n sumptuous banquet by comparison with the steady diet of cabbage soup which was all they had for weeks before tho Austrians retreated. And tho next lay, nnd the next nnd the next they had American Red Cross food, and after a couple of weeks the "good American" wns quite u healthy looking little girl and the mother nnd sisters were getting well. And the child never failed to announce, "lo buono Americano" when sho enmo to tho American Red Cross place In DR. J.W.Mer Chiropodist enforcing prohibition arc under consideration by officials of tho Department of Jus tice and the Internal Revenue Bu reau, but steps to create a special en forcement agency will not bo taken until Congress has had time to net on pending legislation giving this func tion to the revenue bureau. Means of 1 after July Delco-Lig- ht A Tribute To Theodore Roosevelt. Many suggestions are being made for a memorial to Theodore Roost velt. And it is fitting' that recognition bo made uf his services to his Industrial unrest throughout Great Britian is on tho increase. In addb tion to the threat of a railway strike, th cwholo Yorkshire coal field prob ably will be idle today, throwing 150,000 men out of employment, while preparations are being made In Scotland for a generul strike for n forty-hou- r week. The selfish ambition of an unprincipled ruler has made itself felt from one end of the world to tho other, and has produced results far beyond any intention or expectation. For instance, Dr. Robertson, the head of the Chicago health department, estimates that of the 400,000 deaths from influenza and pneumonia in this country, ono half could have been prevented if the sufferers had had skilled nursing. This it was impossible to supply, for the army hud required 20,000 trained nurses to meet its needs. This left at home barely enough experienced nurses country. But we would suggest a memorial to him which (If ho could be cognizant of it) would please him more than any monument of bronze or granite. Our idea would be that the nation should unite in carrying out a project which he had advocated for years and which was very near to his heart. We refer to universal military FOOT DOCTOR Special attention given to all troubles oMhefeet. Office training. Theodora Roosevelt felt that military training would be of Inestimable value physically and mentally to every young man of America. He also knew that the nation would benu-lgreatly in having a disciplined force In readiness to be called upon it Out of an entry list of six candi dates Harry G. Smith, of Glasgow, yesterday was selected a secretary of the Kentucky Bankers' Associa tion at a meeting in The Seclbach leather room. Mr. Smith is cashier of the First National Bank of Glas gow, and will establish himself in Louisville Immediately, taking over the headquarters of the organization in the Paul Jones building here. Air Cooled Runs on Kerosene MORE THAN 70,000 SATISFIED USERS Central Ky. Light & Power Company Incorporated Hunn House In New Quarters. in his Dr. Denny Is now located office on Rich new and mond Street, In the Central Record building. When in need of Dental work, ask M. K. DENNY, the Dentist. for Hours 8 to 12 A. M. 1 to 4 I'. M. Office Phone 217, Home phone 247. 223 1.2 E.Maln St. DEALERS IN DELCO-LIGH- T Lexington, Ky. PRODUCTS STANFORD, KY., Every day except Monday and Thursday in emergency. No fitter tribute could bo paid to the courageous and militant spirit of Roosevelt than the establishment of such a system. W. C. Mjller, Local Representative. r 1-- The Central Record, Thursday, Jan 23. 1919 Europe Has to be Fed. Come in and get your plows: Oliver Riding and Walking and Hillside plows and points. Syracuse Walking and Hillside Plows and points. Jno Deere Disk Harrows, Oliver Smooth ing Harrows. Vulcan Plows and points. 3 4 Deere Wagon cheap. Mailable and Cast ranges. Two second hand stoves cheap. Mr. Fisher Gaines of Danville, wns in Lnncnster, Monday. Mrs. F.llen Owsley Is In for n visit to relatives. Danville Montgomery-Walke- r Mrs. George Patterson left Tuos- dny for n visit to relatives in Spring field, Ohio. J. Vnl Cook left Init week for Atlanta, Georgia, where he will enter Georgia Tech. Knslgn Luclcn M. Grant is here visiting his mother nnd will remain until next Monday. Mrs. C. It. Harnett of lliattsville, was called to London this week by the serious illness of her ncicc. J. R. MOUNT & CO. The Q Deal House. I Mr. Steve I Walker secured from County Clerk Iloufnc, last Tuesdny, licenses to marry Miss Edith Montgomery of the Jit, Hebron section of tho county. He gave his age as 47 years nnd thnt of Miss Montgomery ns 33 yenrs. The latter is a daughter of Mr. Frank Montgomery and will make Mr. Walker a charming helpmate. They were married yesterday by Hev. J. W. Mnhan the ceremony tn!:-In- g place at the home of the minister. Mr. Walker li or.o of u'ir substantial farmers and hlj friends will him unit wish for he nnd hU brldo long nnd happy life together. IF E History StalT. z World War i y. Containing 750 puges nnd over Illustrations The largest nnd best illnstnited Look ever sold for the iron-eWith introduction by Gen. Peyton C. March, Chief of This book sold in three styles. Prices $2.75; $3.00 and $3.75. I have sold Severn! hundred of these boohs nnd if uny oilier persons nre interested or wish the book, write or coll me. No money required until book is delivered. I (!) l if I LA HA AH Wool, SrtUIAL only...35ctS. 4 m t a 2ST Mens 75c Caslunerette Sox extra heavy, Army Sox..65ctS. Sander's Variety Store. WE SELL FOR LESS. WE CLOSE AT SIX P. M. SHARP. I i Mrs. W. II. Mason, Miss Elizabeth (iihbs nnd Mrs. W. It. Cook and Mrs. Mrs. Jessie Lynn Scott, died nt her Mrs. Ellen Owsley were in Lexington, home near lliattsville last Thursday Tuesday. night after n short illness. Her Mrs. John M. Fnrra left for Cov death was so sudden that it came as n ington last Sunday to spend two shock to her family nndfrlends. She weeks with her sister, Mrs. George is survived hy her husband nnd one (!) Mcltohcrts. child about- two years old. Mrs. Di Miss Chistine Morford hns return Scott wns the oldest (laughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dave Lynn, of Lincoln nnd ed to her home in Iluckeye niter n (!) pleasant visit with Mr. ami Mrs. R. had lived In the county about one enr. Much sympathy is had for her I. Long and family. husband, Mr. Itobert Scott and the Miss Mildred Ileazley is nt home dear little child who needs the care from Lexington this week on i.c .lint nmljove of a mother so much at this (!) of the "flu" epidemic so prevalent in time. Her remains were taken to Stanford last Friday nnd after ser the schools there at this time. vices nt the grave by Ucv. Brazelton Ma ami Mrs. Snm Goldenburg nnd they were fnterrcil in the llulfalo little son, have returned to their cemetery. li home in Greenwood, Mississippi, after n pleasant visit with her parents, Mr. nnd Mis. J. D. Gullny. Mi Scott. jj HOWARD JENKINS, Lancaster, Ky irsdl Jli 3 i iii I Stanford People Recom mend Dr. J. W. Weber. I Mrs. Charles Denmnn of is the guest of her sister, Mrs. St. Louis, (by A. P.) More than Henley llnstin, on the Lexington road. $350,000 worth of furs 270,000 .Miss I.eavy Dunn has been spend Mr. J. Lewis Gill has charge of the pelts were auctioned at the morning Hughes anil ing n few days in llryantsvillo. fbooks in the Hudon, session of the first day of the Jan Fnrnau Company. Miss Annie Powell wno has been unry sale on the International Fur Cetnlnji tr4 A Brill Mention of lh e sick with influenzn, nt her home on Exchange Wednesday-Therhere last Mr. mid Mrs. Sam Kolger of Snier Goinji byTtioM Wi An Intimtid In. Miss are moro than 8,000,000 pelt; set, are guests this Meek of Mr. nnd Itichmond street, is recovering. .Mac Powell who is tenching at Mnys to be disposed of in nine days. The Mrs. Walter Knin. ville, came home Monday to be with 350 buyers here include buyers from Mr. Will Doty lias accepted n pol-tlo- n Mrs. Lorenzo Hubble and daughter, her. Hussia, France and England. In the S. S, S. Lumber Co. Mattie Mae, have returned from Fifteen hundred Alaskan sealskins Mrs. James Ilallard nnd her par Mr. ami Jin. U. K. Conn have Icon visit to relatives in llcdgcville. went for $80,000, mnny of the skins ents, Mr. Woods Tudor, nnd family, going to quite sick, but nre improving. French buyers. Top price Miss Elizabeth Gibbs. Mrs. W. It. win) have been so ill of pneumonia, Miss Mnltic Kites in in Itichmonil Cook and Mrs. W. II. Mason were vis- for the past week arc all very much on blue fox wns $55, with the bulk iting friends in Danville last Saturday Improved und friends hope to sec going at $C3 to $125. A large part this week, visiting her brother. of the day was consumed in disposing them out again soon. Miss Kmmn Doty is visiting her of 712,000 Siberian gray squirrel.. Mrs. V. A. Lear was in Lexington sister, Mrs. Smith, in Itichmonil. The total sales is expected to reach Mr. Jack Whittakcr, of Greensburg the pnst week, being called there by week and has about $3,000,000. Indiana, l.ieut. Charles Dunn has been the illness of her daughter. Miss Mary accepted arrived last n position in Scale's Ilarber Lee. spending n few days in Lexington. Shop. He comes highly recom W. II. Dickerson was in Lex mended as a first class workman and M.r. Mr. W. I!. Cook Ima returned from ington Tuesday, going for the inter- is n perfect gentleman. Among the best in the State, n business trip in Duller Georgia. Shelby County which is noted for its est of the store of which he is manJ. Sterling Herron, who has been productiveness nnd progrestiveness is ' Mrs. I.uln Johnson tuts returned ager. here on n thirty day furlough visit- to have n big sale of small fnrms on from n visit to relatives In Itichmond. Mr. Charles Thompon, who has ing his parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. E. the 28th nnd 29th, of this month. William Hughes lias returned been Mustered out of service, has ac- Herron, left Tuesday for New York, Mr. Kcalizlng the fnct that the small from a visit to her daughter in Stan- cepted n position in tho Natinnn! where he will remain in a hospital, farm is the thing for the farmer to. Itank. taking treatment for the wound lie day nnd that intensive farming is ford. to received while doing his bit, "over be more practical in this country in Mr. nnd Mrs. Green Clay Walker Miss Mary Chesnut. who bus been there". the future than has ever been known ill with the "flu" has entirely recov- ami Mr. and Mrs. Joe K, Itobinson Realty Mrs. Woods Wnll.er and daughter, before, the Wakefield-Davi- s motored to Lexington last week for ered. of Paint Lick, who have been ill fccv- - Company, of Shelbyville, Ky., have the day. the D- - A. McAfee farm . ral days at the Hotel Gilcher, nt Mr. J. II. Stlhvell of London was In Mrs. W. II. Mason, Mrs. W. It. Danville, improving, of 388 acres lying just a mile and nre steadily the city n few days this week on busiCook and Miss Sue Shelby Mason Mrs. Walker nccompanicd her daugh one-ha- lf from the Court House door ness. have returned from a few days stay ter to Danville to resume her studies of Shelbyville on the Hempridgc Miss Mary Owsley is home on u In Louisville. in Keptucky College for Women when pike into 1 small fnrms of from 73 to brief visit from Trnnsylvnnln College, 125 acres each. This land is all In Miss.Joan Mount motored to Dan- both became ill. Lexington. high stntc of cultivation with more ville last Saturday, taking with her Mr. and Mrs. Logan McCormack grass on it tlmn on most nnyones Mrs. Alexander Kennedy, of Dan- Mesilnmes J. M. Knrra, J. K. Robin- - of Stanford, nre receiving congrntu ville, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. son and It. I.. Klkin. lations upon the nrrivnl of n fine nine farm, nnd raises as fine tobacco W. A. Knrnau. pound boy who arrived nt their horn. the bluegrass will produce. Mr. Clyde Withers has returned They have also d the Mr. on the 13th. The young fellow has has re. from Camp Tnylor, having been hon Miss Kliiabcth Anderson Reynolds farm of 253 ncres, The Sam W orably discharged and is now n pri- been christened Lognn Craig. turncil from a visit to Mrs. J. miles from Shel mother before I.er marriage was Miss which lies 3 and Acey in Stanford. vate citizen. His friends are glad to byville on thc,Emlnencc pike 'and the Minnie Lee Sanders of this city ec him. mini distance on tho llurke Branch Mrs. Green Clay Walker is spendMrs. George Pierce has received pike into three separate farms of ing several days in Cincinnati, this Miss Jennie Lnckey spent i pleas word from her son, Oscar Sebastian from 40 to 120 acres each. This v.tvk with fricndsi ant day in Danville last Monday the announcing his safe arrival from oxer land Jic on the Eminence pike and guest of Mrs. Herbert I'rice and in teas nt Cnmp Mcrritt. He wns on anyone Miss Kliia Smith who was indisposShelby- acquainted with honor of the birthday of Mrs. Good-lo- the transport. Northern Pacific, County realizes the fnct that better ed for several days has returned to Lnckey. which was strnnded just outside of land cannot be found than this. Im her classes at the High School. Mrs. W. II. Hall nnd little daughter New York harbor and nil were res. provements nre fine nnd there nre no Friends are glad to see Mr. J. K. Margnrct,have been ill with influenza cued nnd brought safely to shore In better wntered farms. If you are in Dickcrson out again after an illness at their homo on IEIcliniond Street, small boats. He is u nephew of II. tne market for a farm this Is your of several days of inllucnza. opportunity. There will be bargnins but nre recovering, their friends will K. Sebastian of this county Mrs. Hello l'herigo, nnd daughter, ho glnd to learn. Letters to friends here from Sam but these farms are going to be sold This .firm has L. Herron, oldest son of Mr. nnd Mrs, regardless of prices. Annie Sam, of Lexington, are, visitFriends of Mrs. Julm Walker re L. E. Herron of ing Mr. nnd Mrs. AV. M. Simpson. this city, tell of his offered eleven farms m public nue gret to hear of her illness. She has nprtenl n Vt Til,. C... IV.. ....I.... tion within the past sixty days nnd . 1,... ' ... ""I1 " W mininui Mr. nnd Mrs. Tom Slnvin were I ' California, after nn absence of several every one of them have been sold ab, following guests for the day Monday of Mr. nnd lays with pneumonia, it months spent In the service of Uncle solutely. These will not be excep. mild nttnek of "flu". Mrs. Guy Hundley near Danville. Snm in tho Phillipines. Snm is well tions, If you bid the high dollar you I known hero and his friends will be get a farm. There will be $40.00 in glad to welcome him back home in gold given away each day to those nt 'July, when ho hopes to be home on n tending and dinner will bo served free to all. furlough. WE ARK Gossip About People Miss DelU Kice Hughes spent the week-enin Stanfonl with her nunt Mrs. J. W. Acey 270,000 Pelts Are Sold For $350,000 spirit for n greater liberty. A lusty little frock of prospective Republics nre poking their heads above the troubled wntcrs of world To Whom It May Concern: regeneration. We, whose names nre hereto signed For tho Republic is coming into iU have been treated by Dr. J. W. own. Weber, the Chiropodist, for various And Whoop-ee- l Wntch us grow. We unhesitatingly foot troubles. Uncle Sam didn't get nway without recommend him. Our trtfdblcs had getting his fingers just a trifle scorch, been with us for years and we had ed. It cost him n pretty penny, but tried various doctors, none did us any he's a thoroughbred. In the game good until we tried Dr. Weber. We for the common good of the world he have no hesitancy in saying that we didn't try toiass the buck. have been absolutely cured by his And don't you try to in tho treatment. Our troubles were such Liberty Loan. that local Doctors could not reach. We are glad to recommend Dr. J. W. Weber for any foot troubles and ns XS3i3rXX!i70tiX.BK lOnfjtiooOOOnQO ! Signed, nil right. J. C- - Bailey, J. E. Ilruce, W. A. Tribble, II. N. Jones, H. II. Shanks, Jesse D. Wearrcn, Joseph T. Rice, nil of Stanford. Taylor House of Lancaster. , Dr. Weber has more than 100 names thnt recommends him, but too numerous to publish. Office nt the Hunn House, Stanford, Ky, every day except Monday (Adv) and Thursday. Classified Column RATES i I Watch Us Grow. Not all of the signers of the Declaration of Independence were satisfied in their minds that the Republican "form of government they planned would stand the test of time. But they were willing to risk their necks to take a chance. Not all of the statesmen since their day have been satisfied with the result. Some have declared that fall short of the desired mark; that there is too much politics and looking after too little honest-to-Go- d the public welfare. And looking back down the years since 177C, seeing the progress Amer ica has made; appreciating the truly Single insertions 1c n word No ad taken for less than 20c in this column. No ads In this column charged. Seven Insertions for the price of five. Fhone orders must be paid promptly. SSa38fJQi5SBS5i3fflJg3LXfOW Two houses fronting FOR RENT: on good pavements, A. II. Bastin and Co. tf. . FOR SALE: 100 barrels of corn. Will sell by the load or as a whole. G. B. Swinebroad. LOST: Childs neck piece and pair of grey kid gloves. Leave at this of fice and owner will be grateful. FOR SALE: White Wyandotte Roosters, nt $1.30 each. Robert Fox, Star Route. Lancaster, K". From my place Jan STRAYED: uary 17th, dark bay mare, nine years old, with white spot on right shoulder anu one at root of tail. Harness marks. Will pay for her keep. W. G, Scott, Camp Nelson, Ky. Fine Tobacco Farms. - wonderful growth and prosperity the country has enjoyed and realizing the influence our example has exercised upon the world at large, we will have to admit that the experiment has done pretty well. For finally it devolved upon- Amer ica, the struggling infant of n century ago, to step in nnd snvc the world from the terror of tyranny nnd oppression nnd serfdom and unprecedented extortion that, rolled into one, represent Kaiserism. And Incidentally make the world Farm For Sale. Having purchaser a 100 acre farm near Louisville, Ky, I will offer my small farm of 10 acres on Richmond pike, at Hyattsville, Ky. to be sold, providing I can dispose of it at nn I early date For information see D. A. THOMAS, Lancaster, Ky., or Sgt. J. W. Ileazley, free for democracy. Now through the length nnd breadth of Germany nnd Russia and the Balkans the people are fighting with the old, Imperialistic hard-dyin- g pp. i v y v. I (!) MAKING A MONEY 1 DOLLAR SAVEO IS A DOLLAR MADE 1 1 " l.l "" I 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 COUNTY JUST GOOD GARRARD WHEAT; THOROUGHLY MILLED TAKE NO OTHER. THE BLEND GARRARD MILLING COMPANY DC U rzz 1L 3CJC Miss Sarah Yancey Cllne, of Little Arkansas, has been diicovcrcd jto be one of the only two women In In the United States who can direct nu orchestra. Miss Cline is tho 'youngest daughter of Dr. und Mrs. C. (C. Cline, und one of the three Cline sisters of some musical fame. Her father has been for nearly fifty years n minister and educator in the Christian Church and from early childhood she was given exceptional educational advantages with special musical training. Miss Cline has Joined her sisters, Mrs. Ellie Cline Fones and Miss Martha Cllne, founders of the Little Itock Conservatory of Music und Is at tho head of the voice department. This news Is quite Interesting to many friends in Hits couniy 'as Dr. C. C. Cllne and family are well known here, having made this city their home for a number of years. ' ISoek, RECORD CROPS. Several record crops of tobacco have been sold on the brakes during the past week and In every caso these crops have come from Garrard Mr. John Tntuin sold his crop of 2340 pounds raised on two acres of ground, at the Madison Warehouse at Itichmond last Friday that aver aged him $71.50. This ground was v. cleared from a locust thicket and said (!) to have been a beauty, Mr. It. L. Ilurton sold nearly six thousand pounds nt Danville last Monday thnt averaged $74.00. This Is said to have been the most even crop so far sold on any of the markets. The land that produced the Ilurton crop made about $1150.00 an acre. His :; highest basket bringing $83,00 a hun rii I I I 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 MERCHANDISE. When you trade here you take no chance of paying the other mans bill, you simply pay for what you get. What we want is a small profit and a quick sale. A FAST MOVING NICKEL IS WORTH MORE THAN ANY MAN'S SLOW DOLLAR. Try the cash plan and see if it doesn't pay. f HI I (!) 1 I (!) BECKER BRYANTSVILLE, and BALLARD. PHONE 27. KENTUCKY. I I CI i dred. The Central Record, Thursday, Jan 23 1919. Mat Tussey Gets FOR HIS ENTIRE CROP AT THE Vinton's Liberty Loan Boat Will Have Girl Sponsor THE MOST DANGEROUS orrn of th Important in htftllh Ho DISEASE $70.50 75c 75c 75c 79c 77c 79c 71c 70c AT RICHMOND, KY. Unheard of Prices Continue to be Paid for bacco as Selling Continues. Tip top prices for tobacco 130 pounds sold at were paid at the Home Ware85 pounds sold at house Tuesday when the sell- 80 pounds sold at ing shifted across the street. Enthusiasm was unbounded 155 pounds sold at when Mat Tussey sold his big 115 pounds sold at crop for a total average of 205 pounds sold at $70.50. Will Luxon was all 285 pounds sold at smiles and boosting as never 205 pounds sold at before in his life, and the grow- 255 pounds sold at ers wh6 have weed on the breaks of this popular house ( 1G0 pounds sold at were enthusiastic to a point G5 pounds sold at 115 pounds sold at sec wealth undreamed of rollGO pounds sold at ing in toward them from their 90 pounds sold at weed as it sells over these 175 pounds sold at breaks, and all are delighted. 195 pounds sold at Mr. Tussey's crop sold from 55 75 pounds sold at rnnfa fnr thn Inu'pqt linolfpf in 150 pounds sold at 80 cents a pound for the best' 145 pounds sold grade, and he was delighted 85 pounds soldat with the check that he received 110 pounds sold at at with the name of the HOME 310 pounds sold at HOUSE on one corner. His 155 pounds sold at crop sold by baskets as follows: 175 pounds sold at Home House ToNOT a ftl wtak. dttty. aufftr from slaanleaantsa, or tiara pains In tha back inaA up al onrt. Tour klJniys nted hlp. Th? ara alffna to warn you that your kUl ntya ara not r form In thulr functions prop-fl- y. Thay aro only half doing thilr work and arc allowlnr Impurities to accumulate, and bm converted Into uric arid and other poisons, which are.auilnc you dlMrrrs and will destroy yu unless they ara drlvso from your system. o r (let soma OOI.D MRDAh Haarlem Oil humrin body ant Inn lit as th kldneyi. Whtn thy alow up ami com Capsules at one. They are an old, tried mnc to la In thtlr dutlta. look outl preparation uied all oyer th world for Kind out what tha trouble la without centurlti They contain only daiay, Whantvrr you nervous, soothing; oils combined with atrenctb-sjlvln- and ayatmclrislnc herbs, wall known and uaed by physicianin thnir daily practice. DUUl WKIML Haarlem Oil Capsule ara Imported direct from tha laboratorlea tn Holland. They ara convenient to taka and will either Rive prompt relief or your money will be refunded. Ask for them at any dru atore. but be aura to s- -t the orlejlnal Imported UOLU MKTkAI. brand. Accept no substitute In sealed packages. TTire slsea. ismm Margaret Fischer. very big girl, Margaret when she Hands up alongside of a (Teat ocean boat she will not look any bigger. nut the Is going- to christen a boat Just the same. Vinton County, Ohio, bss chosen her Margaret Flrchrr of Zaleskl, Ohio. to be sponsor for the boat which thst comitr won the right to name. Vinlon County won the distinction In the Ian Liberty Loan campaign when It was the first count In the Cincinnati area to attain Its quota In Libert Bond sales. The count's quota was Uro.SOO. and It had subicrtbed that amount at the end of the first day of the drive. Its final subscriptions totaled tUS.SSO. The boat Is being built In one of the big government ship yards and probably will be ready for the launching In Spring. THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Copflol $50,000. Surplus 30,000. Other good sales at the Home House Wednesday were: J. E. Taylor sold 3G0 lbs, at 52c; 205 nt 50cr; 95 at G2c; 20 at 55c; 105 at 71c; 55 at 70c; 85 at 53c; 190 at 57c. A. K. DENNY, President. J. K. STOKMES, Vlce-I'reS. C. DENNY, Cashier. CIIAI1I.IE THOMPSON, Teller. RANDOLPH HAKRIS, Individual HUGH MODI.EY, Rcncral Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent. WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. G. B. Swlnebroad, Alex K. Denny, J. 11. Posey, J. E. Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. L. Olll, Dr. W. M. Elliott. Directors. .. Brandenburg and Company at G9c; 110 at G9c; 270 at 59c; 185 at 42c; 235 at 55c G2c '40c; 245 at 37c; 100 at lGc; Glc 170 at 17c; 150 at 25c; 340 at 74c 3Gc; 315 at 42c; 100 at G2c; 70c 100 at G9c; 140 at 70c; 190 at 70c 71c; 140 at 73c; 145 at 58c; 90 70c at G9c; 145 at 71c; 115 at 70c. 72c Long and Pearson sold 185 79c 78c lbs at 5Gc; 155 at 50c; 55 at UNCLE SAM HAS BIG 79c 50c ; 170 at 65c ; 85 at 70c ; 240 77c APPETITE NOW FOR 79c at 59c; 455 at GOc; 60 at 35c; 80c 255 at 44c; 185 at 35c; 85 at SAFE JNVESTMENTS 75c 25c. , 63c sold 80 lbs, BETWEEN TWENTY AND TWEN MILLION BOND BUYERS TAKE ELEVEN BILLION IN YEAR. MT. HEBRON Mr. A. S. Deane sold to Mr. Sams, n horse price ft 00. Mesdames Joseph Hicks and Lour- any Montgomery remain quite sick. Mr. Thomas Hicks bought of Mr. Allen. Sherrow two calves price t!0. Mr. Ed Grow spent Saturday night with his father Mr. V. N Grow on Pour Ithlge. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Duncan of Nich- olasville, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. It. Dean a part of lust week. Mrs. Marion Montgomery was in Jessamine Sunday to seo her brother, Mr. Willie Coulter, who is very sick with influenza. Mrs. A. S. Dean returned home Tuesday from Louisville where she has been with Mrs. Irvin Dean v.ho has been quite ill but is improving. A fine baby boy arrived at the home of Mrs. Curt Sadler on the Sth, Inst., it is called Curtis Thompson. he father is still in service in France. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Montgomery arc receiving congratulations over the arrival of a dainty little Miss, on the 17th .and has been christened Ella Mae. Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Dean and children, and Mr. Jake Hughes are ill with influenza, there are quite a number of rases In the Uournc and Locust Grove section. Kev. D. P. Sebastian of George town filled his appointments at this place Saturday afternoon and Sunday morning. Owing to the flu situation the congregations were small. OpUmlrtlc Thought The empty vessel mnkr the errs teal sound. Optimistic Thought. n lowly fusstsf than the worst nf a nnl.lo one. Iletter be the best nf Dally Thought Our lilsh respect fur a Mill resd Is praise mouth of literature. iiisu i:inoroi. Quctr. Hald the facetious filler: "A roup), uf dull kids will make any unman look smart If they're on her feet." Lave Warm Afttr Thirty Year. Newly ejected Invn from Vesuvius bss been tested anil fniiml to lie at a temperature of 1.SOO drgreei Kahrrn-bel- t. On the lolrutio' lavas from Torloc outbursts are drflnltrly Isolated, and even now lata thrown out 30 years ago Is quite unrm. Pessimists wbo shake their heads and Join the chorus of "I dunno" boys at the propped of floating a Fifth Liberty Loan In April are given food for thought In some figures which have recently been compiled by officials of MessrsWm. Ray, Thomas Pruitt and of Rev. and I Mrs. J. W. Mahan, be the Treasury Department at Wash lngton. Arthur Turner all spent Sunday with fore going to their new home. The figures give us some Idea of Miss Lucey Turner. Mrs. T. Pollard who has Just re just how big an appetite for safe In. "I never felt better In my life than coved from the flu, had the misfor vestment this country has attained In REYNOLDS. since taking the first dose of Mayr's Its war-year- . While not expected the death of tune to sprain her ankle from which Some of tha more striking of the I had a bad Wonderful Remedy. occurred at she has suffered greatly. She is able figures referred to follow: Mrs. Walker Reynolds case of indigestion and bloating and her home on Sugar Creek near Jud to walk now by putting light weight A bend market which had less tried all kinds of medicine. Mayr's I on lajt Friday evenlnJ at 7.30 on the injured foot. than 100,000 customer two year iivuuviiui v..ivujr a wit auu iiiv4s o'clock. Her death came as a shock Mesdames Ella Cecil, Price and Ed age had at the cIom of 11t bethan is claimed for it. On our re tween 20,000.000 and 25400,000 o her numerous friends and relatives. Bourne, and Edmond Sutton, were at commendation our postmaster's wife buyer. She had been confined to her bed .the bedside of their mother, Mrs. Fan-fo- r using it with good Tesults". is Tht army of buyer abeorbed several days with a fatal illness, ny Pollard, who is very ill. Also her It is a simple harmless preparation with every care and attention that sister, Mrs. Am Bourne and her $11,18545440 worth of bend In Liberty Bend alone In 1118. that removes the catarrhal mucus could be given her. After short and grand-daughter Miss Annie T. Cecil, In th two year of tht war-cou- nting from the intestinal tract and allays impressive services at the grave conMisses Susie and Lena Killion who the first and Mcond Llb-trt- y the inflammation which causes prac ducted by Rev. William Ray, her re- - have returned from a visit to their Loan which were floated In tically all stomach, livcmnd intestin j in the old aunt, Mrs. Josie Moore, of Stanford, 1917 mains were laid to rest bend buyers ,,.,. nlk, went thru a very harrowing ex per a totalthe J1C,974,329.850 digested al ailments, including appendicitis. Liberty of One dose will convince or money re- -. ,,, Bonds. Reynolds lence, when their aunt, whom they hpr hu,bllmi funded. It. E. McROBERTS and Is survived by five children, all of were visiting dropped dead at their A further development which has DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE. the optlmlrtlc turn Is the market whom were at her bedside when the! feet. which bond dealers find right now for -i t fiwl rnmp. nnil the svmnmnv- or trie . 4.1 fiu it . a uniu sime me uu mis ueen every GUY. tort of bonds municipal, community go out to them in the loss raging has there been somany cases school. Industrial, etc. Ilond dealers loving mother. here and in some instances nearly all are selling out all legitimate offerings Mrs. Jake Foley is on the sick list. of a dear wife and The children are James, Lawrence, the whole family have been down with such celerity that they are con' Miss Bulah Vater Is the weeks Clay, Leroy and one little girl Daiy. with it. The families of Messrs tlnually seeking about the country tor of her sister Mrs. John Yntcr. Mrs. Reynolds was a faithful member O'Henrn, Will Hughes, Will Hamilton, new issues to market. Miss Mary Turner spent the This healthy condition of the bond of the Baptist church and was always with her sister, Mrs. John Black. a regular attendant when her health Iven Pointer, John Doty, Bill Woods market Is explained, perhaps, by the and Kelly Hogg have been afflicted fact that the entlro Indebtedness of Little Miss Edna Grow is visiting permitted, with it. the United States today amounts to her brother, Mr. and- - Mrs. Everett lightly less than 7 per cent of the The only death resulting from in Grow. estimated national wealth. The naMAKKSBUKY fluenzn in this community was that of Mr. and Mrs. John Black spent lust (jlueon Hogg, who died several days tional debt amounts to only about Sunday with her parents, Mr. at.d Lieutenant Lawrence Durham, Is ago and was buried in the Lancaster $170 per capita. are: Some of the national debt Mrs. M. B. Turner. visiting his sister, Mrs. Jas. Turner. cemetery. He was about IB years firmt Ilritaln, 44.3 per cent of nationMr. and Mrs. Everett Grow spent old ami was the son of Mr. and Mrs. al wealth or 1360 per capita; France, last Saturday and Sunday with her They have 41.25 per cent of national wealth or g vWtn? MMei , enu nllJ Su3lo Kelly Hogg of thisplace. mother, Mrs. Bolton 296.i)0 per capita; Austria, 84 66 per the sympathy of their friends In their Killion. rent of national wealth or $242.90 per sorrow. T. Rice of RichMr. and Mrs. A collection will he taken for the capita; and Germany, SAT per cent of guests of mond were the week-en- d national wealth or 3305.90 per capita. starving Armtirnm next Sunday nt Mrs. Carrie Davidson. Theso figures on Germany are excluthe church. sive of the ninth war loan, accurate Mrs. George Naylor and Interest FOR STUBBORN Muses Lena and Sunio Killion spent returns of which never were had, and w with their aunt, Mrs. the week-en- d In the cases of both Austria and Ger I'V'V"" mother, Mrs. Clarke. many no account Is taken of any InGeorge "Moore, at Stanford. COUGHS demnities wlilijn Ihoso nations may Messrs Edward Ward and Fred Mr. Edmond Sutton and son, K. T. Howard of Mississippi ore the guests Dr. Klnji'a Sc? Dlccovcry havo to pay. only big nation which averogcJ old their tobacco crop for un Japan Is the of Mr. Tliomns Ward. lias a fifty year record of 51c, over the Danvillo breaks. has a lower per capita debt In relation bgulnd Mr. and Mrs. Cullio Henry spent to Its wealth than the United States. Try a .barrel of our Obellik ... . L'ol ncln ...... -.- .u-, hi ! tirtt While Hume Hour. .It will pleat, ..a....-- ,, it nnil Vitmlni) 11H It hullt Us reputation on Its production of positive results, on its surencsi enU, Mrl and Mrs. Milton Ward. UIi,oll, ushe. and Famau. ,you In relieving tha throat irritation ol Mrs. Ynntis and children, George Master Hamilton Speaks sold a colds, coughs, grippe and bronchial attacks. Hcrshcl, have returned from a splendid little crop of tobacco which and "Dr. ICIni's New Discovery? Why. Mrs. A. M. Girdler ,e raised in the garden bringing him visit to her sister, ny (oiks wouldn't use anything clscP of Somerset. $110. That's the general natlon-wld- a esteem n In which tin remedy is Mrs, It. K. Speake, Master Ilnmil-SweR.d, Sapling, Aliik,, Long Whit. held. Its action is prompt, its tajto R.d ! ton and Miss Stella Speaks spent Sun-ToClover S.dt Timothy, pleasant, Its relief gratifying. I day with Mr. John Collier and family Rap S..d. Half a century of cold and cough checking. Sold by drugyiits everywhere. Hudson, Hugh. and Farnau of cust Lancaster. youth from a town near New Miss, Irene Aldridge of Lancaster Mr. Hobart Smith who was inus- Haven Bowels Out of Kilter? visiting at the home of Ured out of Camp Buell, has accept- - h hl calling for relief. Allowed he'd not always be slsvla". That's nature isher ""eh" wn uct of Assist her In her daily dudes with Dr. "I'll work whUe I'm fit," ed the position as a worker for the King's New LIf Pills. Not a purgative) Ml" A,ice Sutton, Sunday night. Said the youth, "Then I'll quit Lexington Leader. la the usual dose, but mild, effective, Tor I buy bonds with cash that I'm Mr. and Mrs. Morte Pollard enter-mi- s Misses Mary and Ellen Turner, Liz-- 1 corrective, laxative that tease the sarin." bowels Into action and chase "blues.'' Foley and Carrie Ynter and ( talned at a splendid dinner In honor 1 W Richmond, Kentucky, E lle Over The Top And Then Some. Clock That 8p.sk. Clocks without hands or fares are ow common In Hwlttrrland. The timepiece stands In the hall, and, when button Is presMil, by tnrsns of phonographic arrangement It calls out "Half-pas- t Ave" or "Klre minute to nine," as the rise msy be. Real -- Hsndy Man." Tn.lnnlilnii Lrk nf .11 ImiIm claims Hint h I. n halntrMaor tnhn. conlst. cycle repairer, electrical certificated engineer, certificated marine engineer for the Derwrnt, organist and cholrmsster. stencil cutter. frptwnrkir billiard hall keeper, proprietor circu lating mirury, ami is manager of tb oral town nan. A ,. ,,, M. BIC DOINCS NEXT WEEK We invito you to attend a Demonstration TUACTOIt of the MOI.INE known given by The State Agricultural Society as "Farmer's Day"; to be held on the University Grounds, Lex- ington; January -- 8th, to 31st, inclusive. , Wo will show you that the MOI.INE THACTOIJ not onlj can do the work uf 0 horse and C men, but that Do It can do stunts Impossible for u horse to do. nnythlng keep you away. Now here is your oppornot tunity to see this wonderful muchlnu In nction. UEMEMHEU let THE DATE starts Tuesday, the 28th and continues until Friday, the 31st. Tho Franklin .Motor Cur Co., Cincinnati, Ohio. Moline Trnctor Dept. ,nT" AND'COIBS it aot8eetooeoeio3oo9ooo9csce Let Scott Do It. It o Liberty Lean Levity Ifjyougarefijolnfj to have a SALE-TU- RN : IT OVER TO SCOTT and get the benefit of his 15 years experience NO SALE TO SMALL AND NONE TO BIG FOR SCOTT. A. T. SCOTT, Garrard Lancaster, Ky. County's Leading Auctioneer. The Central Record, Thursday, Jan 23, 1919. of September we went Into the lines but after that day have been in the trenches on the American front. On the 27th I was wounded and was in the hospital for the next five weeks. I got back with my company two days before the armistice was signed Since then we have moved back from hc front several miles. I wish that 1 could have stayed away n few days longer for I would not have had to hiked ro much. I guess this Is about all I can tell you until I return then I will h.no lots of things to tell you. I wish that I had known where Hugh was while I was at liar Lee Due for I was only n short distance from where he is ond I could have gone over to sec him. Well I guess this will bo all for this time, ns I nm. getting tired of writing so will close for this time, hoping to he with you soon. As ever your loving son, w p:i Slllipi Be Sure to Get m i . swim U Elmer." M. K. Miller, nwwBiwntHHi Wiiill.lwftiia X in uia it uiiiUii it i muiimt u urn iiiuuuuy j v a r ks.: Medical Dept. 319th Infantry, Am. Ex. Forces, France. " I'm I lllillilllli Miiiiuiiiri, i 'j i HE3 m Going It Too Hard. smokcluclc lhnl'11 SAY, you'll have n streak of ull right, if you'll ring-i- n with n jimmy pipe or cigarette papers and nail some Prince Albert for packing I Just between ourselves, you never will wise-uto until you can call a pipe by its first name, then, to hit the you land squara on that Prince Albert I Well, sir, you'll be so happy you'll wont to get a photograph of yourself breezing up tho pike with your smokethrottle wide J open! Talk about smoke-spoQuality makes Prince Albert so p all-firrt Ifflfl H appealing all along the smoke line. Men who never before could smoke a pipe and men who've smoked pipes for years all testify to the delight it hands odtl P. A. can't bite or parch I Both are cut out by our exclusive patented process I Right now while the going's good you get out your old jimmy pipe or the papers and land on some P. A, for what ails your particular smokeappetite ! Tpppp r.J . It Primta AIptl iryi.Ar. Hm. m4 hmll pwm4 Urn hmmudmtt-m- -J lA.f Uar. ptmtlitmt PMitW crftlml pUf hmmUor With iponf thp in nrfitl co4ifion. Mwlmf Ipp Ikml t4yrl V pmf tlff to. kp tlcc. R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Winston-Salem- , N. C. Overwork, worry, overeating and lack of exercise nnd sleep nre respon sible for much kidney trouble. If your back aches and the kidneys seem weak, rest up and use Doan's Kidney rills. Chris Hutchison, carpenter, Crab Orchard Si., Lancaster, says ; "My kidneys were in bad shape and I had n constant pain over my right kidney. As my work calls for a great deal of stooping over, my back nehed severely. My kidneys were too frequent in action at times nnd then again sluggish. The kidney secretions conKidney Doan's tained sediment. Fills, from Stormes' Drug Store, soon rid me of the backaches and regulated the action of my kidneys. I nm glad to recommend Doan's Kidney Pills, for I know they arc a good kidney medicine." Price COc, at all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy get Doan s Kidney Pills the same that Mr. Hutchison had. Foster-Milhur- n Co., Mfgi-3.- , Buffalo, N. Y. November the Holiday Month. November Is tin- - popular holiday month. 2tJ of the 30 lielug held ns holl-Int-- a lit Rntnn of tho different coun tries. May comes next wllh 25 holiday (lays. wrapped ii HE wax package sealed -- with WRIGLEVS upon it is a guarantee of qualify. The largest chewing-gufactories in the world the largest selling gum in the m world: that is what WRIGLEV'S means. SEALED TIGHT KEPT RIGHT Ra Fia P--a Ka ros Pa rz p--s Pa pa pa pa know our little county will do likewise, and I can say for you that you arc one who has done your part in IIMM everything that came up in this tight I? for freedom ann democracy. e. Well rimembcr me to church, SunpararararcP-aP-aPair-ar-aP-apsirday School ami II. Y. P. U.. tell them my heart Is with them in their work. Interrstlng letter Keep my father and brother busy in The following hat been received from Willie KoKfrr, religious work. Remember me alto . :-r 4 t (!- to your dear wife and children and young men, who is iceing service in 111 u. Kllis and wife. Your blether in Christ, France. It wi written to Mr. K. It. I.edford, of I'alnt Lick, who has kindIvt. Willie T. Rogers, M. (i. Co. 62 Infantry. ly let us have it for publication. A I". O. No. 777, Am. "Somewhere In France". My Dear Krientl nml Superintendent: Via New York Your letter Just received and 1 The following is a very Interesthaiten to answer it for the joy it brought to me is unspeakable and I ing letter from J. Ashcy Swope, to our his mother, Mrs. llright Herring, and do thank Rod for answering prayers, llro. I.edford I am so thank- she has kindly consented to let us Use ful for tho wonderful work you arc itfor publication, as so many of his doing for I know that It was through friends arc interested in him. "Vichy, France, Dec. Uth. 1918. your influence and prayers that brought my father to Christ ns well My Dcrr Mother: Well I am now in the hands of real ns brother and wife, because 1 have heard him speak so much of you, al- "honest to goodness" American DocI am sure glad to ways with that confidence in ou ns tors and Nurses. n christian gentleman, faithfully dis- be here nnd trust I will sail for the charging your duty. May (!od con- States in a short while. I am in fine shape and my foot is tinue to use you in bringing unto the fold many others nround 1'aint Lick, in better condition than was expectAm so thankful to for your little ed by the doctors at first. It will be daughter Kalhcrinc as I thought her as strong ns my other foot in a short one of the sweetest little girls nround while. 1 will have to be careful, and not walk too much for a little ulule. 1'aint I.Ick. I am sending I am getting along line, was on the ou n picture of some front for about thirty days but am doctors, nurses, patients nnd myself. back some distance now. The coun- It was taken at Lyon. I am not weartry around where I am stationed is ing that big shoe now. I have on my very beautiful. I have seen a good tegular "hob-nailsI trmt my letters from Lyon deal of France and is really a nice reached you O. K. The American country, although it somewhat Consul nt Lyon was a good friend to There Is one thing very noticeable, me while there. His wife and son and that Is you don't see nny loafers took mo riding in their auto several over he.-c-, the people who are nut- at times and he made it a point to see tho front are cry busy, both women thnt I met some of the best families in the city. I was invited out to the and men. I 11 ni glad some of tho boys ore home of one of these French families close enough to come home on a fur- for Thanksgiving Day nnd it sure lough, for I think all we boys coul.l was a great time I bad. The mother, father, nnd daughter enjoy n few days furlough nt home, but guess we will have to be content- all spoke real "American" and we ed till the war Is over, which we hope went to n show in the afternoon that Is In tho very near future, and the was put on by American boys, and it one encouraging thought is that the was fine. On account of my moving about so Hun Is headed toward Germany nnd moving that way at a very rapid pace, much, I suppose, 1 have not had an) nnd I'nm in hopes he don't change mall from tho States for just three his pace unless it is for n faster cue. months, (net om letter) I hope you, grandmother, nnd MarI am very glad that James liar villas been sent to Officers training garet aro all well and that Floyd and school nnd t am confident bo will get Ilillie are alive and O. K. Write and let me know if you have a Commission, and I know ho will heard from tlnm. I suw Floyd at make a splendid officer. llro. I.edford, I am sure the Sun- tho front on Oct. 23rd. (I think 1 day school docs not miss me half as told you in my lust letter. Mother, you should be happy if attuch as I miss It and it will be ono glad day when wo boys get back and wo are all alive, as there are not many mothers who had all lier boys meet at old Mt. Tabor again. Am In hopes the farmers got their over hero In the thick of It as lucky tobacco in before it was hurt by the ns you have been. I trust all three frost, as I guess the crop was very of us will be at home in a short while. I have not told you much about short anyway this year, what I have seen in France.. Well I I have noticed In the paper the count of the Fourth Liberty Loan have been in the streets of Verdun, that the peoplo in all tho large cities and have seen the thourands upon nre going away over the top and I thousands of graves around that e If Ul iff fAT f 7 place. I have seen town after town I will have that the Huns destroyed. lots to tell you when 1 get home about tho pretty things I have seen as well as the horrible sights of wai. The French women have done their urt to win this war. The nurse on my right is the wife of n great French General nnd that is her daughter on my left, and the girl right back of her is also her daughter. They have spent four years in this hospital, in a surgical ward in the hardest of work. When they went there, one girl was fourteen years old nnd the This is other one was seventeen. only one cse where women gave up the life of lxuury and helped the cause of freedom. The American Ited Cross Is the best friend the snlJUr has in France. The boys are sure going to thunk the dear girls and women back home, when they get back. filve my love to all my friends nnd write and tell me all the news. With love, your son, J. Ashley Swope. 80th Co., 2nd lin. flth Regiuent, U. S. Marines, Am. Ex. Forces. 17 n tr.i i "i S S The Flavor Lasts I Tells The Tale B. L. Kelly, of Garrard, Sells Crop of Near ly 2,000 lbs at average of $75. a Hundred. Lowest Basket brings $70. Pounds Highest brings Average Amount $ 968.15 $40.87 $1,696.00 $46.02 $56.58 $1117.55 $49.37 $1436.65 $56.91 $1707.45 $40.55 $1865.45 $57.82 s $1225.70 $45.11 $ 622.52 $ 930.60 $43.38 $44.42 $ 657.45 $ 635.77 $42.81 $41.61 $ 840.47 $ 710.50 $51.87 $42.39 $ 890.70 $ 531.25 $49.19 $43.79 $3141.55 $42.71 $1358.19 $44.84 $1085.15 $70.50 $1648.65 $55.28 $ 798.70 $50.64 $ 521.56 $48.47 $5224.70 $51.13 $ 859.05 $54.77 $1411.15 $55.27 $ 798.70 $50.96 $ 555.48 $86. SOME AVERAGES ON OUR LAST SALE .3685 n The following Is an Interesting letter, written to bis mother, Mrs. Dora Miller by her son, F.Imcr, who is in France doing his bit. "Villon, France, Dec. Sth, 18. My Dear Mother: I received your letter of Nov. 18th today, nnd wus very glad to hear from you. I am feeling fine now so there is no use to worry' about me. I think thnt I am much stronger now than 1 was when I left home. I don't think it will be long before we will be moving from here and I hope It will be toward home, and not fiermany for I have seen ull the ser-vic- o over here that I want to sec. Mother, as mail is not censored nny more I nm going to tell you nil nbout my trip from Camp Lee to France and my stuy in Franco. I left Camp Lee. Va May 17th, went to Newport News nnd took the boat the next day. We had n nice trip until the Cth, when we had our first Sub attack, and then everything went nice until the 30th our convoy run into a nest of subs, nine in number, then we had a warm time of it for a while. That was all the subs we saw for the next morning we were in port at St. Naiairc. We were In St. Natalre until the 4th of Juno we went by rail to Calais and stayed there five days. I liked the place fine in day time but did not get much sleep at night for wo were bombed every night. We left there and went to Dcsvercs by rail where we stayed until the 4th of July when we left by train for Grouches, where wo stayed until tho 13th, then we went Into the lines on the Arras front with the Uritlsh, where we stayed until Aug. the 17th, one day after the drive started on the front, then we tent to the American front where we did not do anything except hike until the 25 .2320 J. B. Cotton, .1975 .2910 .3000 ..4600 .2120 .1380 .2145 .1480 .1485 .2020 .1370 .2125 .1080 . ..7180 .3180 .2420 .2340 .1445 .1030 10780 ..1415 D. P. Jones. .1680 .2595 .1090 What we have done for others we can do for you. You furnish the material We will get the price. Bring your tobacco to the Madison House. Yours for highest prices. MADISON TOBACCO WHOSE RICHMOND, KENTUCKY The Central Record, Thursday, Jan 23 0 9. 1 1 KELLY Tobacco Seed BEWARE OF IMITATIONS. Other seed is being sold under their name. The Genuine Improved "Standing Up" Burley tobac co seed raised by B. L. Kelley and Sons, can be" procured only from the raiser and is not genuine of unless put up in packages having a their signature as shown below which trade mark is now patented and on file in the U. S. Patent Of fice atWashmgton. Any infringements will be prosecuted. Seed packed from best selected fac-simile 1 IMPROVE GARDEN SOIL Where thi garden soil Is nersl-In- g tcgctablo matter uml the supply of liarnynrd inai'Aro Is not sufficient, refuse liny, straw, forest leaves or other rubbish may be npplled to tho soil and turned under to Increase the humus. If thl Is to be done It should be Uoue early to give such materials tlmo to decay during winter. We can make a low price ON A CAR LOAD OF WIRE FENCE just received. Buy now prices will be higher. Age. rtellc of Long-Pas- t While cutting pent In the Lrlthen headwater nrcn, the shepherds unearthed n horn, which may have belonged to Itoi prlml-genu- s or Ilos longlfrons, tho wild oxen that roamed oer Ilrttnln from the glacial age to near historic times. It was found at n depth of four feet from the surface, and tho shepherds also averred that there was smalt patch of brown hair sttnehed, which la quite probable, ns the peat would act as n preservative. -- London Mall, kmrnmaaamtri rivMsmwvmxam. PROTECTION OF OUR FORESTS Secretary of Agriculture Urges Mors Rapid Improvement Work and More Guards, (Prepared hy tlio t'nltnl statu Depart meni or Agriculture.! W. J. ROMANS Work for Homemakers. Tho homcmnkcr should he as alert to make progress In her life work ns the business or professional man. '.The most profitable, the most Interesting stndy for women Is the home, for In It centers nil the Issues of life. Sheriffs Sale FOR Provisions for pushing more rapidly On th do. the Improvement work In the forests Comfortable Income today nre inre of the United States, for n create most of thcnwlon't stop with us long number uf forest guards nnd for earlier themselves; comfort organization each fire season of the enough to make ltoston Transcript. protective yi.teiu are advocated hy tho able. DELINQUENT pods, produced by champion tobacco growers of Kentucky for the past 25 years. 'JL Price $1.00 Per (Ounce SPECIAL PRICE ON LARGER QUANTITIES. Responsibility. If we are not rcsonslble for the thoughts that pass our doors, wo are nt lea t rcponlble for those wo admit nnd entertain. Charles II. Ncwcoinb. Give the Best That's In You. Tho man who persistently nnd de terminedly Alls his Mslon In the best possihlu uuy.-wl- ll succeed from n monetary stamlstnt, not to mention thu good he Is doing hy set ting such nn example, nnd his Infinite gain In character und Why Business Falls. Dr. Malcolm Kelr of the University of Pennsylvania attribute the 13,000 to 20,000 business fallurei which occur annually to one or more of the following eaues; Inexperience, unwise use of capital, employment of tfelatlves, poor location nnd accounting, extension of credit und dishonesty. Taxes I, A. K, Walker, Sheriff of Gar $125. a Wonth for rard County, will on MONDAY, JANUARY 27th 1919, It. F. D. No. 1. (Trade Mark Patented) 1 secretary of agriculture la his annual report. Protection of the forests during the season of 11)18 proved an exceptionally An timable family have moved to Lex- dltllcult task, say the secretary. was Imposed mi un or' ington, much to the regret of their unusual strain ganlzatlon somewhat depleted In num manj-- friends here. bers and much weakened hy the lux of Miss Marie Ledfordiias accepted a many of Its Most experienced1 men. position as book-keepat the Paint Added to this was the illtticulty of .'' Lick Garage in the absence of Miss curing good men for temporary during the lire polntment as guard-Emma Burchell who has flu. eason, nnd parties of men for fight ing large Arcs. An unusually early and severe dry reason caued the outbrenk , of serious fires before the summer piotectlve organization was full) ready. Some embarrassment In meeting thi situation, the report comments, wn caused by the failure of the annual nj- Ths art th thlngi I prli proprlailon act to pas congress until And hold of dtarttt worth; after the Are season was lrtually Light of the zppt.lr tklet. over. Relief was furnished by the Peace of th silent hllli, Bhalttr of wood and comfort of tha president, who placed 1,0U0,(I00 at the irat,birds, murmur of tlttlt rltli. secretary's disposal us a loap from the Muilo of president's emergency fund. It may Shadow of cloud that swiftly past. And after showtrs th ameM of flow-er- a be necessary, the secretary mys, 1 seek from congress ngalu a derk-leiit--j And of th good brown earth, impropriation of $7J0.1H)0. And beat of all, alone the way friend ship and mirth. Henry Van Dyke, BUILD OR REPAIR ICE HOUSE DAILY FOOD FOR THE FAMILY. Ample Supply Will Be Mighty Helpful on Hot Days In Summer-M- ake Thnse who have tasted the Preparations. suet pudding will enjoy this one. for It Is without eggs. Baked Indian Pudding. (Prepared by the t'nt:M Mat's Depart-meof Asrlculiure.) Scald one quart of Of course, you're planning to have milk In a double boiler. plenty of Ice next summer. It will he Mix. half a cupful of Inmighty helpful uu those hot days It) dian meal with a July comfort lu the homo nnd Havof suit and ona ing In tli dairy. cupful of milk, and Are you ready? Is the lee house- In Mir Into the hot milk; good repair, or will you flud, whoii a contlnuo to stir until the mixture thick-rn- good freeze comes, that you huvu uo cover and let cook ten minutes; lit place to store Ice? It will bo to add one cupful of molnsses, half a cup your advantage to yend of yodr suet, half n ten- - spure time now In getting the Ire ful of finely chopiied xxoiifiil of ginger, one tenspoonful of house In shape. Repair the shies and cinnamon, and one cupful of cold milk; see that the roof doesn't leak. mix and turn Into tlio baking dish. Let Don't be without len next summer. bake In a slow oven half nn hour; add It's expensive nnd Inconvenient to detwo cupfuls of milk, stirring It well, af pend on neighbors or haul from town. ter half an hour a third time stir In You can build u good Ice house. If two cupfuls of milk, then let bake un- you wnnt to know how, write to the disturbed three hours longer. Servo 1'nltod States department of agriculhot with n hard sauce. Itslslns may ture, Washington, !. C anil ask for be added which will Improve the 'fla- a free copy of Tanners' Bulletin 023. vor. Do It now. Peanut Butter Cookies. Take three-fourtof a cupful of peanut butter, FORECASTS OF GREAT VALUE of sugar, one egg, one-ha- lf one half-cupfcupful of pastry flour and one-ha- lf Much Money and Thousands of cupful of barley flour; ono-liaPounds of Meat May Be Saved by tenspoonful of salt, two tabtespoonfuls Watching Weather Forecasts. of milk and two traspoonfuls of baking powder sifted with tho flour. Roll (Prepared by the United 8tatts Depart-ment'ysrlqqiture.) and bake as usual. Cattlemen In' tho West and South'-wes- t Japanese Suey Dressing for Sundae. may save thousands of dollars Tuke two ounces each of dates, figs, und many thousand pounds of meat ratdns, pecans and almonds, of n cupful of maple sirup, and during the winter season If they will ono cupful of marshmallow paste. watch weather forecasts. They should Chop each article separately, very fine ; give attention not only tu the regular but to tho special dally blanch the almonds before chopping, forecast then mix all the Ingredients together forecasts Issued by weather bureau stations In cities and towns of coniluj let stand overnight to ripen. Cream of Asparagus Soup. Take siderable size, during the winter In regard to minimum temperatures exone-hal- f cupful of cooked asparagus, one-hacupful of the liquor from the pected to occur wlthlu a shipping ran of vegetable If freshly cooked, oae radius of one day or two days of the In northwestern Texas last cupfuls of milk heated and station. and one-hal- f thickened with two level tablespoon-fu!- s winter a number of herds of cuttle, of rice flour. Salt to taste and oggrrgatlag many thousund dollars In add a small piece of butter when ready value, died from exposuro to a destructive cold wave which had been to serve. forecast by the weather bureau and warnings of which had beeu disseminated through the threatened region. same being County Court Day, olTir MEN and WOMEN. for sale nt the Court House door, at Men and women, ages 10 to 45, who have finished eighth grade or its Lanrniter, Kentucky, the following, equivalent, rfire wanted, from each real property, irtu,rned delinquent, county, fur business positions paying same being the amount due for state, up to $123. n month. Chances for County nnd schcol taxes, for the promotion good Experience NOT year 1918. Said sale to begin at necessary. We train you. Mall this; one o'clock Standard time. The COUPON namrs of those paying before that DRAUGHON'S.Nnshvllte, Tenn. Box time will oe stricken from tho list. Iv ol Send particulars of your proposition. NO. I. LANCASTER, WHITE. (Name) Address) Hemphill. J. C, n. r. land 29.02 Meadows, A. J. and J. C land, 14.21 No. 1, LANCASTER, COLORED. Send All Mail Orders To B. L. Kelly & GUNN'S CHAPEL. Mr and Mrs II. M. Kurtz have been ill with flu Mrs. John Land is very seriously ill with influenza. pent last Davis Mrs. Cordelia week with Mrs. John Land, Miss Iva Hollon was a guest of Miss Mary Lee Kurtz Monday night. Mr, and Mrs. Ray Noel spent the week end with Mr. Willie Ray on the Richmond pike. Miss Lenna Hollon was called home Sunday from Harriman Tenn., by the illness of Mrs. John Land. Mr. and Mrs. Hobart Teater are parents of a handsome little son, born Jan. 13th. He has been christened W. T. Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Bogie and two children of Lancaster, have been with Mr. and Mrs. Hobart Teater and Mrs. Louis Noel. Mrs.-BettEast was called Sunday to the bedside of her aged mother, Mrs. Mary Simpson who Is quite ill at her home at Nina. Messrs Frank Land, Chas, Grow and Howard Land were in Danville to see Mrs. Charles Grow who is recovering from an operation very nicely. Sons Forest Fire Fighting. R. F. D. No. 1, Lancaster, Kentucky. i KITCHEN CABINET the The Swift Dollar for 1918 II 57ffltsp mr Expenses Alcorn, Minerva, lot, 4.33 Anderson, (Iran, land 10.43 Arnold, Lucy, lot, 3.33 Hall. Joe, lot, 0.28 Hcailey, Mary, hrs, land 10.33 Ileuiley, Sar.i, land, 6.98 Illand, Bill lot C.S9 Ilurnsides, Mary, 3.32 Cunningham, Ilony hrs, lot,.. 2.82 Denny, Mary Jane, lot, L.... 2,10 Kavanaugh, Mattie, lot, 2,38 Lackey, Alex lot, 6.16 Leavell, Anderson, lot, 7.21 ...... ... .... ........ .... ... lot........ .......... ...... ......... land... NO, 2, DRYANTSVILLE, Evans, Mrs. Mamie D. Farley, Tom, land, WHITE. 0.84 7.04 NO. 2. COLORED. Iianla, Charlie, land Denny, Dunn, Dunn, Floyd, George, land, Tom, hrs, land, William, land, William, lot, Jones, Hock, lot Stewart, Tom, lots, ........ ........ ...... ....... Sutton, Lte, Williams, lots,.......... William, lot NO. 3, WHITE. ........ 60.78 0.81 3.20 8.79 9.3 1 7.04 7,14 4.80 12.10 mm 12.96 A Mof O I m 0 Adkinson, Josie, land, Adams, Andy, land, Burton, J. II. land, Burton, Woodson, land, Hume, W, T. land, l'reston, Robert, land, Rogers, Curtis, land, ...... ........ .... ...... ........ 7.99 12.97 3.81 4.47 11.35 9,03 4.82 NO. 3, COLORED. West, Charlie, land, ........ 7.04 NO. 4. WHITE. Alma, A. C. n r land, Creech, Ellin, land, llolman, Sam Holman, J, F. land, Hopkins, Frank, land, King, George, n r, land King, William, n r, land Kinnnlrd, Bradley, land, Letcher, Dr. n r, land, Miller, Susan, land, I'nrkcr, Lucy, land, I'olnter, Mrs. Sallic, land, Pointer, J. W. land, Itoss Malisa, land, Shclton, Lish, land, Sparks, T. G. land, Tudor, O. I'., land, Williams, Ed, land, PAINT LICK ' rll Mrs. John Davis has appendicitis. Taint Lick can boast of two garages. Mr. Bennett Roop will movo to the Lcdford Flats. Mrs. V. II. Smith who has been real sick is able to sit up. Mrs. R. G. Woods has been on the sick list for about a week. Mrs. Ell Estrldge is ill with flu, also three .of Mr. Mid Ross's children. Mr. Bennett Roop has accepted a )osition at the Peoples Bank. The sick folks at Mr. J. U have all about recovered. Cold-l.'on- 's ....... .... land.......... ......... .. ...... ...... ........ ........ , .. . Mr. R. L. Elkin was in Taint Lick The above diagram shows the distribution of the average Swift dollar received from sales of beef, pork and mutton, during 1918. and their' ......... ...... ... 10.16 30.16 4,00 4,00 4.80 2.10 2.06 4.00 2.82 1.22 2.10 3.48 7,14 2.05 4,60 7.04 4.81 2.10 7.33 3.06 4.81 12.58 8.20 NO. 4. COLORED. Friday in the interest of his paper. Mrs. William Gafney came down Monday night returning to Ravenna Baxter, A. J land. Buford, Fred. land. Book of InteieeUng and Instructive facts sent on request. Address Swift (& Company Union Slock Yarda, Chicago, IlUnoU 1919 Year Tuesday. Friends are glad to sec Mr. R. J. Walker out nguin 'after an attack of influenza. Mr. John Tatum has been discharged from the army and returned home Sunday, Mrs. R. J. Walker was in Paint Lick Monday mingling with old neighbors and friends. Mrs. R. G. Woods and daughter, Diana, have returned from'a visit to her parents at Nicholasville. Friends of Mrs. Woods Walker and daughter, Miss Mary Mae, areglad to Jtnow they Ve improving .after u c Were case of flu. Mr. E. C. McWhorter and hii ei- - Burnsides, Clay, land, Fliulkner, Harvc," land, Faulkner, William, land, Faulkner. Bill. land. Faulkner, Abe, Jr., land, ...... .... .. '2.10 4.39 6.98 7.41 0.83 2.10 4.25 6.08 7.14 4.00 4.00 2.10 0.21 3.71 Harris, William,-lan- Swift &tCompany, U. S. A. Hudson, Jane. lund. Kelley, Isinh, land, Kennedy, America, land, Kennedy, Ed, land. Lackey, Clell, land, Leavell, Broaddus, land, Leuvell, Jonas, lund. Mitchell, Herbert, land, Hoihwell, Sarah, land, Wallace. George.' land Veakey, Ellia, land .... ... ........ ...... . A. K. WALKER, Sheriff, of Garrard County. January 2nd, 1919.