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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): January 30, 1919 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1919 cen1919013001_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 30, 1919 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1919 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE CENTRAL RECORD. TWINTT NINTH TEAR LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, JANUARY 30. 1919. NUMBER 44. John Ilnrleycom'vrlll noon be bur-Icand Aqua I'ura will attend the , funeral. ptrife. il Germnny hai formed the Iiabit of If she cannot hnve war she will have rloU. for all the number one grade, $12.00 for the number two grade and $7.00 Maal. for the tow. The price pnid repreton Ilud.on, Hufhas and Farnau. sents about- - $100,000 and while it looks good for the sellers, yet it is If you are tired, thin and thirty, said that it Is not as much as they You he patient and have courage. could have realized had they taken may he "fair, fat and forty" ome the market price one year ago. The day. hemp since that time has been stored in the wnrcrooms of Mr. F. B. Marks- FOR SAI.B: Three Hereford bull bury near the depot, and together Phone 374-1calves. with the insurance, taxes and other J. A. Owens, Crab Orchard, Ky. expenses, has cut considerable into 1U Jlouto No. 2. their profits. forgotten the enor- Had you too The hemp in this pool represented! Russia until you mou. extent of about eight hundred acres and was Two Red Cross map day looked It up on the owned by W. B. Burton, W. R. Cook. yesterday! Once. J. I. Hamilton, G. A. Bowling and Nurses End Life. To complete the records of men Rankin Brothers, alt of this county. Misses Gladys and Dorothy Crom On the streets hut Men- FOUND: Mr. W. S. Wiser, of Paris, who was well, sisters, of New York, leaped of fate their lives In tha person, also instrumental In putting the deal from the rail of the French steamer '' have same by calling at this office and ,n possession of definite In- - through, Informs the writer that a La Lorraine, as the steamer was In "ko raying for this notice' I ..Lr vcrv short cron of Immn will he sown the Caronne river bound for New ..j:n 1.. r..M.itnn people I j The National Drill for the olfi of mnf luth of Carrardiin Garrard county this year, owing York last week. Both were drowned nt home these last two years has been Coun,r, haroas, are aitad to com- - partially to the low price and tho The bodies have not yet been recov Pocketbook. retract Dollars. raunleato this Information at onca to scarcity of labor. He places the ered, Pay Taxes. this office or tho Local Board, Room acreage in the county at fifty and Both the young women belonged to 'says something like 800 acres were the American Red Cross and were re General Foch has deserved well of 5, Court lloui., Lancaster, Ky. This sown in 1018, while in 1917 there was turning home. A letter found in the world. If he has a fancy for the Includ. man who di.d at home, or about 3,000 acres in Garrard county. their stateroom anJ addressed to the Rhine or any other river, he ought abroad .Ith.r In ihe Army, Navy or ' This is nulte a falllnir ofT and what Is commanding officer of their Red Mrlnaa. PI rannrl tMt Inform to have It. tion promptly so that permanent re- - to be done with the seed this year Is 'Cross unit, informed him of their in Men accustomed to re cord of Carrardi heroic dead can be aiso a question mat is agitating the tcntion "to end It all". Wanted one world In bad compiled without delay. jialring, to larmcrs to Know wnai to no. beedj The Misses Cromwell arc said to hod been selling for as much ns $5.00 have belonged to a prominent New rordition. Quick and skillful work a uusnci out ai present tnero is no. York fnmilv crs required. They had spent much Sales The Thomas demand in the county nt all. said gratify to tho Amerirn can now Agency. The price for the 1918 crop has not time nt the front and offriends tired they had complained being utmost her love for parades. There but Mr. Kiser thinks it physically and mentally. D. A. Thomas Realty Agency The are plenty of fifes and drums and reports tho following January sales: wl" ,,art oft t abut $11.50 a hun khaki at hand. . . n. drm! fur n nm ti.. nna ..mv. it. At... " .si acres ior jonn nvnn 10 . u. i Both parties are on the lookout for Lee; House and lot In Bryantsville Shown In Covering good presidential timber. It must for A. D. Lcc. The "Stone" place on ROBBERS GETConference. be good In ordci eventually t6 fit Maple .Avenue for J. T. Henry to TING BOLD In accordance with its regular pol John A. Conn, Jr., for $4225. II. V. well in a cabinet. that the best none too Fr0,rty l Many Have In icy, readers. The isLouisville good for The drys are satisfied, the wets are Robe'r?!""""1 Its Herald, dissatisfied. But how about the class Mr, Thomas advises us he has During Last with its usual enterprise, has secured of our citizens who are wetter than some farming lands at right prices what is probably the moct complete dry and dryer than wet how do they for immediate possession. Few Months. news service porsible in covering the take it? Peace Conference. During the past few months sevIn addition to the Associated Press Died With Flu. The boys returning home are claim eral robberies have been reported with its army of correspondents, The On the way to the grave two legal throughout different parts of the city ing an affectionate welcome from Herald has obtained the services of their families, and they are also papers met, by the way of introduc- and as yet none of the guilty parties such writers ns Guglielmo Ferraro, claiming plenty apple pie and choco tion, one said "I am a mortgage deed, have been apprehended. One that the famous Italian historian; Albert and I shall have most of his property" startled the neighborhood occurred Thomas, late cake. former member of the by no means said the other. "I am an last Saturday evening about six French cabinet, and Naboth Hedin, It evidently Is the opinion of the Insurance Policy, and I was born to o'clock, Mrs. II. J. Tinsley being the Paris correspondent of the Brooklyn Senate that James Monroe had better outwit Just such fellows as you. I am victim of a purse snatcher. Just at Eagle, and five other noted writers, come back and look after his doctrine, for the family every time." that hour as she was entering her Including Senator Gore, of Oklahoma. which appears to be In some danger PoopU Sympathise, while Gaines, front gale a young negro slipped up This means the covering of the Peace of collapse. the Insurance Man, pays the CASH, from behind and snatched her purse Conference from every possible an(adv) which she carried on her arm. She gle of interest to Herald readers. Rer. Cox of Lexington, will fill screamed and the young culprit ran Uut'the greatest stroke of all is the the pulpit Sunday Feb. 2nd, at the Countess. hurriedly by the office of Hudson, acquisition of the exclusive news serNew Antioch Church. Everyone is News has been received here of the Hughes and Famau and in Campbell vice for Kentucky of the London cordially Invited to attend these sermarriage of Capt. John Menefee, for street to the "chute" and disappeared. Daily Express. This great newspapvices. merly of Stanford, and a French Several saw the negro boy running er has for years been the most enterHe was before he volun but paid no attention to It. A few prising of London Journals, and its The" High Cost of Living hoi neither Countess. been an invited nor a welcome visi- teered Into the service of the United months ago little Saufley Hughes had cables will bring to Herald readers from his the most distinctive and exclusive Its bow of fare- States, an attorney at Stanford and a five dollar bill snatched tor. When He hands' as he was on his way home foreign news printed in the United well we shall all be ready to speed a graduate of State College. has been In France with the 84th Di about six o'clock one evening. This States. the parting guest. vision, under General Harry Hale. boy tallies with the boy that robbed A Herald advertisement, printed elsewhere in this paper, gives further Dr. Llebknecht's death causes us to He was an Instructor in bayonet work Mrs. Tinsley. The Puritan was entered a few information of the special service The reflect on the constant hazzard at- at Camp Taylor and was considered weeks ngo and and about Herald is offering its readers, togethtending the life of a revolutionist. un efficient officer. twenty-five- , dollars worth of cigarctts er with its subscription rates, and The only thing which offsets it is the fact that such a life does not contain Dawes Case Affirmed. taken. No clue. During the fall the when one considers the galaxy of pool room was robbed, the safe open- talent represented in the Herald's n dull moment. The cuse of Jenkins against Dawes, ed and it is said about $150 was tak- news columns, it seems almost imInvolving one of the best farms in en Tho question whether tho Amerifrom it. No clue. possible that ono newspaper should Garrard county and which has been But the robbery last Monday at the be able to offer its readers such an can girl or tho French girl Is more In the courts for a number of years. depot caps delightful continues to be argued, the climax. Mr. G. M. exclusive intellectual treat. It surepro and con. Why not admit that has finally been closed, the Court of Patterson was counting his money ly shows wonderful newspaper enterAppeals having affirmed the decisions each Is the sweetest girl In the world preparing to take it to the bank, when prise. of the lower courts in favor of the tho train pulled in and he left the and let go at that Dawes. The Jenkins heirs money on the defendant Bank Stock Sells. table together with sevwere represented by Judge L. L. WalThe government is requesting us to eral checks amounting to over a hunTho Citizens National Bank stock ker, while J, E. Robinson espoused dred dollars, and when ho returned a figure up our 1918 income, so that belonging to the estate of the late C. there will bo no delay in turning in the causo of the defendants. checks were gone. In this haul the A. Arnold sold publicly for $227 a our Income tax schedules at the propthief got about $30 in money beside share. Mr. Clarence Tate of Staner time. It is also delicately hinting Bank Stock Sale. few minutes later, tho money and ford sold twenty shares of the same nt the probability of a Victory Libthe checks. No clue. stock, which was in his mothers name As executor' of the estate of Mrs. erty Loan in the spring. for $225 a share. The stock was Robinson, I will at eleven Anne W. purchased by J, W, Sweeney, J. J. Baptist Church. In securing the "dry" camel the o'clock, on Monday, February 24th, Walker and R. L. Walker. The prices C, D. Strother, who was recently the nation Is making an interesting 1919 at the Court House steps, in at which this stock .sold speaks well It already Lancaster, Ky., sell publicly, ten called as pastor of the Lancaster for this splendid bank, which has a addition to its menagerie. possessed the Democratic donkey and shares of stock of the Citizens Nation-th- e Baptist Church, will preach at both surplus equal to Its capital stock and G. O. P. elephant, and now only al Bank of Lancaster and four services Sunday February 2nd. ten thousand dollars of undiSunday School at 9:45 A. M Prof. about profits. needs a box of monkeys to complete shares of stock of the Garrard Bank vided It paid Its stockholdPerhaps the I. W. 'und Trust Co. Also three Liberty P. II. Hopkins, superintendent. Its collection. ers 12 per cent on Its capital stock I Bonds. Preaching 11 A. M. Subject the during 1918. W.'s will favor. SALEM WALLACE, Executor. "Bruised Reed and the Smoking Conservation of dress material was Capt. Am Bourne, Auctioneer, Flax", Evening theme "One Thing Big Sale. they adopted ' urged upon women and Lacking". Now the railroads Swlnebroad, the "Sale Wizard", narrow skirts. A big Welcome awaits all at the Without has another big sale to his credit, nre finding fault because, owing to Baptist Church. when he sold this week 180 acres of the narrow sklrU, the trains are de- - ' Weed INot Leave Army, To solve the problem of unemploy-dltlonIs not a chance for a drop in what is known as the Curt Robinson There layed an average of seventeen addischarged soldiers, the War farm products. Mr. Wilson has ask- farm to John Hicks at $212.50 per seconds at each stopping ed What Is to be doneT Will partment has ordered that no man be ed Congress to appropriate One Hun- acre. Mr. Hicks looked at several discharged from the army against his dred Million Dollars to help feed farms in other counties and we are the Women of America set In a glad that he decided to stay in good Europe and they will not be breadth or must the timetables con- - desire until such time as he can tain employment In civil life. old Garrard. for years. to suffer? France, England and the United Statei will ipenk In Arm and equal voices at the peace conference. All those owlnt m. will PLEASE com forward and MttU at I need the Mr.. R.IU Franc!.. monay, Full itomachi and icttled govern-mego together else evidently why food to prevent Bolshevism? Prim 38.62 par cant protttn Cot BIG HEMP DEAL GOOD CROWD EVERY MEMCREATORE OPERA BER CANVASS 800,000 Pounds Of The But Not Much Business Company Given High To Be Taken Next Sun- 1917 Pool, Sold To Last Monday. Praise By Critics In day Afternoon. All Spears and Son Last Last County Court Day brought n The East. good size crowd to town but there Members Are Asked Monday. was very little business transacted If the repetition of success augurs during the day. The stock pens were To Remain At Home. One of the biggest deals in tho The men of the Christian church will go out Sunday afternoon to taku its annual Every Member Canvass. Fifty men hnve been selected to go out In teams of two to call upon every member of the congregation. The canvass will start from the church at 1:30 P. M. and continue until completed. It will be n breach of christian courtesy if you are not at home to receive the team who cnlU to see you. The men who comprise the teams will be served jllnncr at the church Immediately nfter the morning service. Therefore, the teams are to come prepared not to go home for dinner. The sermon subject Sunday morning will be "Locking Backward and Looking Forward". HILL. nt county outside of a real estate deal, was put through last Monday, when Mr. Henry Cox, local agent for Spears and Son, of I'arls, bought the entire pool crop of hemp consisting of about 800,000 pounds. The price paid is understood to have been $14. Sd :. well filled with cattle and all were sold at prices ranging from 9 to 12 2 cents a pound. During the day several mules changed hands and among the sales were the following; W. V. Gastincan sold a young team of mare mules for $150.00; Will Denny sold Monte Fox a nice one for $275; and Richard Hall a team of light ones to Millard Ham for $250; Wil Rogers bought n three year old maro mule of Robert Shear er for $170, V. A. Lear sold to J. D. Whitehead a team of 7 year odl mul es for $035, and and a five year old team for $500. R. E. Henry sold a nice three year old horse to J. W. Elmore price $180, Will Cornett bought a walking horse of Lcm Tester for $180; Joe Aldrldge sold a bunch of heifers to Les Har bor for $30 n head. Imporlant Information Wanted At .'"J". 1 of Realty J Great Enterprise Peace Occurred Lancaster Marries -- some-mone- y For Land Soldier . Job al Mrs. Rolinda Hill, relict of tho late S. A. Hill passed away at her home In Buckeye last Thursday evening, death being duo to the Infirmities of age, she being 82 years old at the time of her death. Strange to relate she was the rewell for continuous success then thi maining child of a family of four, audience which wilt have the good her three brothers, Nathan, Milton fortune of hearing "Rlgolette" given and Tom, having died several years by the Creatore Grand Opera Com- ago and all reached the age of 82 pany at the Lexington Opera House years. Mrs. Hill was a life long member on Tuesday, Feb. 4th, will surely reof the Buckeye Baptist church and ceive a splendid musical gift. The Creatore forces opened their was a christian woman in every sense senson in Brooklyn and It was on this that the word Implies. She Is suroccasion that New York's most se- vived by three children, Mrs. Lizzie vere critic paid them the following Walker and Messrs J. W. and T. O. Hill, all of this county. tribute: After appropriate services the re "The Creatore Opera Company opened with Rlgoletto and offered the mains f this dear good woman were most delightful surprise. In this laid to rest in the Lancaster cemetery great spectacular and exacting opera last Friday afternoon. it rpoved to be an organization far above the level of the average Italian Opera companies which tour the The sad death of their Infant country with occasional minor ap daughter, Claudync Hagan, was a sepearances in New York theatres. vere shock to her parents, Mr. and "Indeed but for thelack of sensa Mrs. W. T. Arnold, who live near tionally advertised stars it proved a Bryantsville. After only a short illfair match for the Chicago Opera ness of pneumonia following in company, wiui which Lampanini fluenza, the spirit of the dear little crowded Lexington Avenue Opera child took its flight last Monday house last senson. It raises wonder morning at one o'clock. The parents how any management can afford to both stricken with influenza which give operatic performances of such are makes the affliction doubly sad in the all around excellence at theatrical loss of their child. Mrs. Arnold beprices." her marriage, was Miss Ella Mae As if the critical critics of Boston, fore Hagan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. by the way the most Hagan of this city. Lee musical city In the United States, The remains were interred in the were not satisfied with the Brooklyn Lancaster cemetery last Tuesday tribute, here is one from "Bean Cen- morning after appropriate services at tra" who goes even one better: the grave conducted by Rev. C. S. "Enthusiasm was on tap nt the Conant assisted by Rev. Palmcter of Boston Opera House when the Creacity. tore Grand Opera Company opened a this The sympathy of the community fortnight's season with "Alda". The go out to the parents and relatives in enthusiasm became more and more their sad loss. marked as the opera progressed until at the close of the big acts there were curtain calls for both principals and conductor nlmost without count." Mr. John G. Doty, nged 45 years, And so the song of praise contin died at his home near Marksbury this ues to come from all over the land morning at one o'clock after an illwhere the Creatore Grand Opera ness of only a few days. Company has done its bit in behalf of He contracted Influenza which demusical culture. veloped into pneumonia in the very It seems as if there were no chance acute form and his death had been left even for the worst skeptic to expected for two or three days. doubt even for a moment that there He is survived by his wife, who be-fis a genuine musical treat coming to e her marriage was Miss Mary Lexington with the Creatore Grand Doores, of this city. He also leaves Opera Company. (adv) eight children, several of whom are sick at this time and the youngest not expected to live. Mr. Doty was a good citizen, a son of the late Capt. John Doty and has lived In the county all his life. The widow and children have the deepest sympathy of the community Mat Cohen, who has been making a in their great affliction. Funeral ser great record on behalf of tho farmers vices will be conducted tomorrow of Kentucky during his term as Com afternoon at three o'clock at the Lanmissioner of Agriculture, has taken caster cemetery where the Interment another step looking to the eradica- will take place. tion of communciable disease in live stock. Commissioner Cohen is just back from Washington where he urgThe passing of Mr. James M. Saned a federal appropriation to be used n the control and eradiction of com ders removes from our county one of municable diseases in live stock, the the oldest and its most respected citiat his money to be used with zens. His death occurred the states, The last session of the home on the Poor Ridge pike last General Assembly appropriated $28,- - Monday night. Had he lived until 190 for this purpose and If the federal next November he would have been government makes the appropriation 95 years old. He fully realizes that it will match Kentucky dollar for dol- his days on earth were more than he lar. In fact, for every man Kentucky should have expected and often spoke puts Into the field, the federal govern to his relatives and friends of the approaching end, having lived far bement will put up a man. Commissioner Cohen believes that yond the time allotted to man. He had lived In Garrard county, the eradication of communicable diseases in live stock will, in a large practically all his life and was known' He is surmeasure, help to answer the demand to most of her citizens. for more meat. Since Commissioner vived by his wife and two children, Cohen has been on the alert looking Mr. Jesse Sanders of this county, and after the interests of the farmers and Airs. Frank Pierco of Louisville, all this last step taken by him will not of whom were at his bedside when the only aid the farmers, but will in a end came. His surviving children are by a measure help to decrease the cost of former marriage, he having been meat by increasing the supply. married three times during his life. He was a devout member of the Christian church and upheld its teachings in his every day life. A telegram reached here Sunday Services were conducted at the morning announcing the death of grave yesterday at eleven o'clock and Mrs. Beula Ray Gerwick, n daughter interment took place Immediately of Albert and Annie Huffman of this afterward in the Lancaster cemetery. county. Tho sympathy of the community go She was twice married, tho first out to the family and friends of this time to Luther Ray, who died, leaving good man, whose life was long and her a widow with three small children, well spent. two of whom died In infancy. Later she was married to Charlie Gerwick of Clinton, Illinois. To this union were born three children all of Having rented the blacksmith shop whom are real small. of Frank Estes on Crab Orchard pike, She united with the Baptist church I am now ready to do all kinds of reearly In life and has ever lived up to pair work. Horse shoeing a specialty. She was u kind A call will be appreciated. her confession. neighbor and loved by all who knew A. II. Vanhuss. her. Mrs. T. L. She leaves one sister, Broaddus by whom she will ba sadly Sterizol is one of the best antimissed and ten brothers, Ben, Price, Scott, Taylor, Andrew and Carl of septics and germicides on the marthis place, Everett of Clinton I1L, ket. Numerous testimonials can be Oscar of Tulare California, and G rov- gotten from those who have used it Sold by er and Lee, who are "Somewhere in In this community. Mrs. E. P. Brown. France". ARNOLD DOTY. Mat Cohen Still Looking After Farmers Interests SANDERS. GERWICK. New Black Smith Shop. "Flu" Preventative. The Central Record, Thursday, Jan 30. 1919 ) CARDS, M. S. DENTIST iiiimiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiii I j Epidemic Recurrence Causes Great Alarm. The Kentucky Council of Defense has received the following wire from Mr. Grosvenor B. Clarkson, Acting Director, Council of National De HATFIELD Offic. ov.r The Phone, Office 5. LANCASTER, 1 fl - I BIB fense; Grrrd Bank Residance 376, KENTUCKY. Office at Ralney's Livery Stable. Kentucky Lancaster. Or. Wm. D. Pryor, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. come io, cold ana wet, sneezing and coughing. It makes them feel warm end comfortable, tattcs good, soothes a raw inflamed throat, and prevents serious result from the welling and chill, lira. E. J. fea.nl, Cowkk.. W.J,, writ.. W- coms Fekr's Mom? as4 Tu Is tb ld. i ever mm. .iw.rs kco it i a iba Alkk cyra St couafa. sad coluv" STORMES DRUG STORE. Honey and Foley'sfher ouiht have whenTar U juit what they to You lust can't keep children from wading la water and trampling through aluih and mow, but you can ,ee thai they do not suffer with coughs, coldf , croup, aore throata or bronchitia following it. iey Need reappearance of the epidemic of Influenza is now threatened in many parts of the country. The Surgeon General of the U. A LUMBER ALL KINDS. bt Question Of Wages. J, J. Byrne AThe American Federation of La bor has approved and made public the recent report of its committee on report Optometrist. reconstruction, Thisand more embodies many interesting or less - KENTUCKY. practical recommendations. DANVILLE, It ends, however, with the follow Opposite Gtlcher Hotel Office Hour, 8 to 12 and 1 to S p.m. ing remarks on the question of unemployment: "Unemployment is due to under Exclusive j S. Public Health Service has issued a warning. The original epidemic persists widely. Everywhere nn epidemic and other ab. normal conditions created by war have left millions of people peculiarly susceptible to disease. Risks are aggravated by the fact that medical and sanitary facilities have been depleted to meet war needs and cannot be restored to normal for some time nor without concerted effort. In view we recomof this emergency mend that the entire forces of the State Council and State Division of the Woman's Commit- tee be thrown back of the public work locally with individuals is especially called for to guard the population during the winter. Community should, Councils therefore, be instructed to bring together under a definite working arrangement representatives of all local agencies touching STOVES GOOD KIND. Builders Hardware. ncaiui aumormes. intensive J. A. Beazlev MINERAL DIRECTOR Office Over National Bank. Residence Phone 3. Office Phone 27 LANCASTER. KV. H. J. PATRICK, Dentist. Kentucky.. consumption. is caused by low or insufficient wages Give the workers just wages and their consuming capacity is correspondhealth and to put at their joint ingly increased.- - A man's ability to disposal facilities for reaching consume is controlled by wages re the entire community. ceived. Just wages will create The reappearance of the influenza a market at home which will far enidemie in manv nnrta of Kentucky surpass any market which may exist fin which the disease was supposed to elsewhere and will lesson have run its course is disturbing, With all due respect to the many excellent suggestions which the re port contains, we take exception to the logic of this statement. It re minds us of the small town where the inhabitants "earned a precarious living by taking in each other's Hervey Wasted Patience. lie was a green Scottish I nil. and on. of his duties was to answer the telephone. When first railed on to do so, In reply to the usual query: "Arc you there?" he nodded assent. Again the question came and again and yet again, and each lime the boy gave the answering nod. When the question1 came for the fifth time, however, the boy, losing his temper, roared through the transmitter: "Man, ore ye blln'l I've been noddln' mn held aft for the last half oor I" Boston Transcript I & Woods Quaint Packing of Eggs. In many Korean towns one sees pllea of crc outside the shops, done up In straw mils. This Is the Korean method of parking eggs. Tnero arc as a rule, ten rgga In a roll, and the straw casing Is so cleverly twisted and an strongly woven that It ran be moved without fenr of the erg falling out. A native will lift up'a roll, place It nrrnaa Ms shoulders and march away, and though the roll may swny dangcrnuMy to ami fro. Its contents always remain Intact PAINT LICK, KENTUCKY. and Faint Lick, "Just wages," in the diction of the Federation of Labor, naturally means Calla Answar.d Promptly Day or high wages. But it means, or should mean, a proportionate scale of wages Night. Phona 317. applied to all industries. If the scale KENTUCKY. of wages is increased in any industry, LANCASTER, the cost and selling price of the pro duct increases in the same proportion Hence the man who has had his wages raised to a "just" standard looks with amazement on the risen price of the articles which he wishes to buy. Flne,Cut Flowers. Nominally his wages are higher, but the purchasing power of them goes John M. McRoberts. no further than before. Or. Printus Walker VETERINARIAN. Honaker W. A. WHEELER DENTIST LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. We ore pleased to see improvement in the condition of the worker, but wc think in this one instance the Fed eration of Labor is reasoning in a circle. Such reasoning ends where it began and arrives nowhere. Handy Plant In Desert. In the desert of Sonora, Mexico, (here Is a plunt the guarequl, which husbands its water supply. The guare-i- ul Is a relative of the (.quash and pumpkin, and Inhabits a locality In which practically all the rain falls within a period of bIx weeks. The base of the stem Is swollen to form a bard, woody structure, which In time attains the size of a large squash. It Is really nothing more thari a vegetable reservoir designed to hoard tip the scanty moisture and dole out the precious fluid In time of need. J3 OlTlce over Stormes Drug Store. 1- -1 Hour, p.m. 7:30-- 9 p.m. JOHN CO. WHITE LOUWVH.LB.RY. 4 the State Council believes that in tensive educational work is necessary to protect the people from further ravage by this disease. County and Community Councils are urged to get in touch with the American Red Cross, the local health authorities and the doctors of their several commun ities and jointly with them form definite working plans for teaching the people how to protect themselves and to impress upon them the importance of isolating persons having influenza and of keeping away from homes where this disease exists unless they are needed there. The disease may persist for months and the fight against it must be a determined one. General warnings or instructions cannot be relied upon but the individual must be reached. A district nurse .in each community going from home to home to instruct the people how to treat the disease and also how to guard against it would be of great value, and both the American Red Cross and the Kentucky Council of Defense will be ready to cooperate in finding such nurses. The State. Board of Health urges the general use of the Mayo vaccine, which is now being distributed thru-oKentucky. Chrlstmss Box Nuisance. The Christinas Imix was at one time greatly In evidence no much In evidence that It finally lnvnmc an Intolerable 'nulmnce, and the people rose op In rebellion against It. At Christmas time hordes of boys and Journeymen and apprentices crowded the shops and ran about the streets In certain parts of Kngland begging coins for the small boxes tbey curried. One can readily Imagine how much of a nuisance the boy might make himself under such circumstances. TOBACCO - - - TO THE - - - apprehensive All through those days of the growing casualty lists one feature of the reports was the number "missing in action". Around these uncertainty mounted like n shriek. BOOKKEEPING Qh ail DknannMllKu And as the days went on, more and L TYPEWRITING and more Iaggardly with never a word of BHBll&aUrf TELEGRAPHY encouragement, apprehension gave Bm.liFtR.sk iTfH BUSINESS C01U0E Removes Oil. way to the leaden weight of despair. Chloroform will remove machine oil ItTPrOTitoat hu prUoe In mMfsvn.H ot So in many cases not until the TKnUr bow. from any garment except a silk one. tpnmt mm b4 for varo. signing of the armistice was there Uhm ifttmvmm. ith. iziact..m, ur even the slightest ray of hope. In . some none ever came. But many of these victims were found to be in German prisons. Some had been wounded. Some, overcome The undersigned hereby give warnby weight of numbers, had been taken ing to all persons not to trespass upon prisoner outright. Many were more our land; for any purpose whatever dead than alive. There can be no doubt as we will prosecute all offenders to as to the merit of Cardul, But every one of them had done fullest extent of the law. Huntthe the woman's tonic, in his part to the utmost. fishermen especially take many ers and the treatment ci can say Not all of troubles peculiar to notice. as much. women. The thousands R. L. Elkin, Cora rhlllips, Mrs. ot women who have been We have had to face the music here Mrs. Emma Daniels, helped by Cardul In the at home. We have answered the call past 40 years. Is concluR. L. Arnold. of Uncle Sam, the challenge of duty, sive proof that it is a Mrs. Sarah J. V. Hackley, good medicine for women the urge of loyalty to what most of Mrs. Emma Higginbotham, It should who sutler. us have considered the best of our, Edd and N. B. Price, help you, too. bllity. S. C. Rigsby. Yet not one of us have done our D. M. Anderson. same Llbaral assortment mmBIKScSXI "Missing In Action." rn LANCASTER TOBACCO WAREHOUSE STANFORD STREET. POSTED It Helps! Take R.'L. Barker utmost. fm 12 Gals. Poultry Tonic GARDUI KjTlrfl Woman's Tonic N. P Vnrner. nt lilxson, Tcnn., writesi "1 was passing through the . . . My back and sides were terrible, and my suffering Indescribable. I can't tell just how and where I hurt, about aui over, s uunK . , . I began Cardul, and toy pains grew less and lew, unui i was cured, i am remarkably strong for a woman W years of age. HUHSt, VI n. toaay. two SHE You can rntka I) vallona of lha bet I poultry toalcknown with afru bottle ot fV.fe ImiSss 'uUif liaWr. VCBU Cure, and preveiite rapes. , coolers, sua ksaBaaBaaBaaBaa. liaiuernec-kothvrdlM'aaea. At drur or by null pustuaM. rUia fi ts, lulstlai.Ii. Ilaselden Brothers. Ississs bsMSi Luuk frt-e- . And a lot of folks have been "miss ing in action" without having done anything at all. Simply laid down their arms and surrendered without firing a shot. Played the traitor to Uncle Sam, to the country, to humanity, to the boys at the front. To their wives and mothers. None of us can afford to be in that list. Few will care to be, once they think it over and realize their posi C. A. SPEITH CO., MORS. We. Pay the Highest Market Price and Un- load the Same Day. , aX Illustrious Family. In tracing the genealogy of a New England family that came from Eng. land In 1634, Merton T. Goodrich reports to the Journal of Heredity that 43 per cent of this man's male descend, ants have held public office. Of his seven tons, Ave of them held town of. aces. Many of the female descendants were teachers. tion. Every one of us should win a deco ration, the only one possible for us. A Liberty Bond, as big as possible. Fireproof" Orientals. Orientals seem to be Immune to the fierce heat ot the fireroom In ocean steamers, and can endure for t great length ot time temperature that would speedily prostrate white men. NO COMMISSION 34-1 CHARGED. Residence 245. IL Warehouse Phone . I The Central Record, Thursday, Jan 30 1919. BOURNE. SAFE, GENTLE REMEDY BRINGS SURE RELIEF Tor !0 yMtl OOT.T) MnDAf lUnrlfm Oil hai nl)ld miflrlnjr humanity to liver, wlthUnd atUckt of kldntf nrt all bladder nn itomAch trouble d connect with tha urinary oricana and to bulM up and rrator to by dlea. litaJth orcani witnnM Thta moft Importint orxani mimt he watthd, bcu tny Altar and turlfy th blood; untoaa tbey do their work you ara doomed. Wearing. ntrvouanMn, dacpondt ncy, bacharh. atomnch iron ialn In tha lolnt and lowtr abdifficulty when urlnet domen, Inp, rheumatlim, eclatlra and lumbago all warn you of trotibU with your kid-na- y OOM MED A I Haarlem Oil Cap !! t; Ut1nit. (trI. ulea ara tha remedy you ntad. Ttka threa nr four every day. The heal In tha kldneye and drlvoa out tha poltona. Nee tiro and hefclth will aurly follow. When your normal vlror haa been r lored continue treatn.lht for a while) to keep youreelf In condition and prevent a return of tha dlseaae, lon't wait until you are Inrapaht nf flahtlnir Btttt taklnff HH,D Haarlem 0)1 Capeulea today, Tour ilri-- r plat will theerfully refund your monay If you are not "aliened with reunite. Hut he mire In get tha original Imported ni)U) Mi:rAl and accept no iub etltutee. In three aliea. Healed p4k aitfi At all druar atorea. oil eoake into tha celta and llnlna of THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Copftol $50,000. Surplus $30,000. Mr. Elmer Fredericks family are very ill with intluentn. Cotton S.sd Meal for sale. Iludion, Hughs and Farnau. Mr. J. T. Spcnkc and wife were in Danville on business last week. Miss Addle Mae Marsee was the guest of Miss Lucille Huffman. Mr. Sid Doolin who have been ill with the flu are very much Improved. .Mrs. Kate Webber of Louisville is with her daughter, Mrs. Dick Spivey who is very ill with flu. The farmers of this community nre rejoicing over the good prices they nrc receiving for their tobacco. Mr. Millard Howe sold to Mr. Llge Stinnett a cow price $100., also sold to Mr. Jesse Osborn a cow, price $70. Mr. R. K. Speake and family and mother, Mrs. Margaret Speake, and Miss Ida Speake were the guests of Mr. L. E. Speake and family Sunday. All Baking Cares When CALUMET come9 in, all baking troubles take Quick leave. You go right ahead and mix ud bak Shoulders MARKSBU1CY Born to Mr. and Mrs. Jimmle Dunn A. II. DENNY, President. J. E. STORM ES, Vice-I'res- t. CHARLIE THOMPSON, Teller. S. C. DENNY. Cashier. r. RANDOLPH HARRIS, Individual HUGH MOBLEY, General a girl. Mr. Carter Celturs has moved to tho Maynnrd property, Mrs. Ryle Isom sold n buggy harness mare and harness for $2C0. The sum of $21. SO was taken for the ARrmenians at S. S. last Sunday. The Dorton Bros sold their crop of tobacco at 40 cents which was resold for 00c. Mr. R. K. Speake nnd family were visiting Mr. Larry Speake of Bryants-ille- , Sunday. Ballard's Obalitk the btt flour In tacks and barrels. Hudson, Hughs and Farnau. The Ladies Working Society will meet at the residence of D. S. Swope at 2 P. M. next Wednesday. Mrs. Fanny Pollard who has been in declining health for several months is not any better at this time. Mr. W. T. Doolin Is the only mem-be- d of his family that has not had the flu so far. Mr. Doolin and children arc much Improved. Mr. Kelly Hogg and three daugh ters. Misses Virgie, Pearl and Myrtle, moved to his farm which he purchased sometime vgo, near 'Junction City. Mrs. J. W. Mahan entertained the Ladies Working Society very delight' fully at her home last Wednesday afternoon. Refreshments were served. Mrs. Stallard Hill and family of Boyle county, have moved in with his mother-in-laMrs. Susanna Hogg and will cultivate the farm for her Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent. ing materials, for biscuits-ca- kes anything without fear of uncertainty. Calumet makes you Jorgtt failure. WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. Alex R. Denny, G. B. Swinebroad, J. II. Posey. J. E. Stormes. S. C. Denny, J. L. GUI, Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. BAKING POWDER tha mMt Aedutar because It dots rHva moat Ptrfrci rraulta. It has the bis teat atmaud bee sum it Is tha moat pcmuDt. inaiaci mutt nine di ami nmvM that It la th tiM conTlnce you that Atrial will st arw4 flinraran there Is fwnV'l.,.! if are not umnea tsite ic cacx ana get your money back. Calumet contain! only such Inure- clients as 1 nave Deen approved .JK II C Authorities. m visa yaa Uy It. Te Tea nra viae ysa ass It, la CALUMET altr a. I Publicity And The Peace Conference. It Is hard for the American people to understand the reserves of European diplomacy. In n country where every male cltlten has some share In the government, the processes of governing bodies are public. The American nation knows, day by day, the discussions nnd decisions of Congress, and only in stress of great emergency Is censorship of any kind restored to. Naturally there was dissatisfaction at the idea that the peace conference, whose actions are of so much Importance to us all, should sit closed doors. We approve President Wilson's remonstrances and trust that these will have their result and that the deliberations of the con ference will have due publicity. behind FEEL MISERABLE FROM THAT COLD? Colds and coujhs are quickly relieved by Dr. Ktaft'a New Discovery Nobody should feci "perfectly from a cold, cough or bronchial attack for very Ion j. For It takes only little while to relieve 'rand get back; on the road to recovery when Dr. ICing'i New Discovery Is faithfully used. It soon loosens the phlegm, Irritation, soothes the parched, ton throat, brings comfort. Ilalf a century oU and more popular today than ever. At all drugguts. t QUALITY HIGHEST HIGHEST AWARDS Make Your Bowels Behave Make them function with gratifying H regulation of" the diet does not relieve their torpidity Dr. King's New Life Pills will. They are perfect bowel trainers, cleanse the system surely, comfortably. creation. Work While at Work. a rood thing not to take your hobbles to the onlce. It's also a good MANSE. . thing to dispense with easy chairs and other luxuries In your place of busiMrs. G. C. Cox has flu. ness. Take the rest euro at home. The Mr. Holmes family all have flu. offlce la a place of toll. It should be comfortable, but Its appointments Mrs. Tom Pluinmer Is still very 111. should be suggestive of work and Mr. Sam Plummer is very low with Instead rather than leisure. of making a man feel like taking a pneumonia. cap the office environment should be Mr. and Mrs. K. M. Centers have an urge to his best efforts. recently moved to their new home. Mr. Estridge of Cartersville has re cently purchased the' McWhorter farm and moved to It. Everybody in Lancaster It Kiln Dried Corn Moal, Oyster shell, Eligible. Grit. Chicken FmI. " Hudson, Hiighss and Farnau. suffering, Old people stooped with Mr. T. J. Underwood has recently fighting, Middle age, courageously sold his beautiful home to Mr. James Youth protesting impatiently: of Berea, much regret Is being felt in Children, unable to explain; giving up this estimable family. All In misery from their kidneys. Mr. Tom Plummer was laid to rest Perhaps a little backache first. dropsy may in the Manse Cemetery on last ThursUrinary disorders, day afternoon. He had been ill only quickly follow. Doan's Kidney Pills are for weak a few days of influenza and pneu He leaves to mourn monia followed. kidneys. wife and eight his loss a devoted Are endorsed by thousands. small children, an aged mother, and Here's Lancaster testimony. Mrs. II. G. Crutchfleld, Stanford St, four brothers, one of them in the Lancaster, says: "My little bojTwas service. greatly troubled with weak kidneys On the cover of the World Almanac and had no control over their action, which caused no end of annoyance for 1919 there Is the promise in red The ch'ild looked bad- letters of a "Complete War Record". ly. I got a box of Doan'a Kidney It is a promiso adequately kept. The book presents the chronology, the pills and began giving them to him They prompt- general history, the cost, the encyclo to directions. ly cured him." (Statement given paedic facts, the industrial crises, the inventions the every phase of war and NO TROUBLE SINCE. December 20th, 1911.) its times. It offers liberally of PresiIts record On November 17, 1916, Mrs. dent Wilson's speeches. Crutchfleld said, "The cure Doan's of events Includes the Presidential Tho terms of armisKidney Pills made for one of my chil- trip to Europe. tice are given, along with Mr. Wildren has been a lasting one." Koster-Miibur- n 00c, at all dealers. son's fourteen points suggested for Co., Mfgrs., Buffalo, N. Y. settlement Why Turn to East In Prayerf The "dentist will tell you that pray Ins with the face toward the east comes from ancient worship of the Sun worshipers, starting out sun. on the tiny' work to plant, hunt or kill, would turn toward the rising god to pray for success, Chicago Iff Kentucky's Trlde Is a Whito Wyan-dott- o ject only for the operating table or Being discouraged, I hen that has laid 231 eggs since graveyard. December 18, 1317. She was among gave way to drink, which made things n bunch of pullets sold at public auc- worse. I got so I didn't care what tion In Trigg County a year ago last happened, and wanted to die. Mayr's fall. A poultry expert from the Ex Wonderful Remedy has cured me of periment Station, University of Ken- everything. Am now in fine conditucky, was at the sale, andnotlcing tion and feel 25 years younger." It is a simple harmless preparation what a fine layer this pullet promised to be he bought her for the Experi that removes the catarrhal mucus ment Station for 2.00. The expert from tha intestinal tract and allays noticed that she had all the marks of the inflammation which causes praca great layer, while many of the farm tically all stomach, liver nnd intestiners at the sale failed to see any dif- al ailments, including appendicitis. ference between her and others sold One dose will convince or money refunded. It. E. McROBERTS and that day. The pullet was brought to the Ex- DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE. periment Station farm and used In a housing experiment that is under Politics way there to determine the best type of poultry house for the Kentucky The farmers Institute is on the farm. She was placed in a slatted verge of being grabbed by a political side, open, balloon shaped house that federation that will probably anis unfortunately found on many farms nihilate the Institue as it now stands. She was put in that house alone with It will transfer the power and benea number of other good prospects and fits toward a political axle where has shown that the type of fowl really politics will ally Itself with whatever hss more to do with than course Its bosses sec fit and govern have other points. She was bred in the wheel. laying blood lines and looked like egg We saw what politics could and a real layer, so it was anticipated that would do for the farmer and conshe would lay despite the house in sumer winters ago when fruits and which she was kept, and she did. She vegetables lay wasting in the fields; has laid In short cycles of a few eggs when car loads of potatoes, apples in a clutch, but has never missed mora and so on lay until they rotted on the than one or two days at a time, and very tracks to stall the market and has not moulted. bring up prices while people starved Kentucky's Pride as she is now in the big cities in the poorer disknown to a wide circle of poultrymcn tricts. whb have watched her performance It was not the farmers fault. He during the year just past, will be ex- sold what he could of his produce I hibited at the poultry meeting at the and in order to lift up prices it was University of Kentucky during Farm- not offered to the retailer but left to ers' Week, January 28th to 31st. rot while thousands starved. The conThe method of feeding poultry for sumer was led to believe but that egg production, the way to tell a layer there was a shortage in the markets from a nonlayer, the best types of and so on but the goods lay unused poultry houses, will all be explained and wasting away that had required to visitors to the University at that the man power that Uncle Sam had time. spared to the farmer while it was urgently needed in Europe to prodo Some of us who are familiar with duce. That is what politics will the autobiography of Theodore Roose the crops from our land. The farmer should put his heel on velt will now take the occasion to it. The book gives an inter- the heads of these fakers and who now seek to control their esting account of his boyhood and early years, and in his own policies to affairs. If the farmer is wise he will his own which he gave the best of his strength never let politics rise above in any form. and his abilities. No one could de- head and interests scribe and explain these things to us Dally Thought. as he did; and the book presents to us Whatever chance shall bring we will the living reality of this fearless, bear with equanimity. Terence. manly, wonderful American citizen. (Didn't Care White Wyandotte Is Kentucky's What Happened. "I became a physical wreck from Pride Layer. stomach trouble, and was a fit sub- 9 and Farmers. g bush-beate- this year. Misses Lula and Elizabeth Simpson have rented apartments in Stanford, wh ere they will make their home this year. Miss Lixzic was here a few days ago on business and was the guest of the Misses Royston. Miss Lucy Dean who has been home from State University, on account of the flu aituation in Lexington has returned. Miss Dean is only 16 years of age, but at the end of this term she will have the B. A. Degree confer red upon her. Miss Mattle Hampton while return' ing from Danville, was thrown from the buggy when her horse became frightened and ran away. Miss Hampton was not seriously injured but received a number of bruises and had a tooth knocked out. About two years ago her sister Miss Nannie was injured from the same cause in leas than GO yards from the name spot Rev. J. W. Mahan offered prayer for the stricken family of Mr. John Doty all of whom have had the flu and have been in a very serious con dition. Three out of the family re suiting in pneumonia, Mr. John Doty, James and Stella. All ire reported better except Sir. John Doty, and the baby, who are about the same. Mrs. Yeakey of Brighta Bend, died at the home of her son last Wednesday, aged about CO years of a complication of diseases. She was bur ied in tho Lancaster cemetery on. the day following. Mm. Yeakey had not been well for some time, but her death came as a surprise to her fam ily, as she was in her usual good health. Fortunately her son was at home from the army and was with her at the crucial hour. At n recent meeting of the Ladies orklng Society Mrs. Edmond Sut ton received the nomination for vice President, Miss Eugenia Pollard and Mrs, James Turner Secretary. Mrs. Jamea Turner filled the unexpired term of Mrs. Leslie Cunningham for SOME Age No Bar AVERAGES On Our Last Sale. Hurt and Lee Noland and Miller D. N. Long B. T. Lunsford R. Tugle. Blakeman and Broaddus KelUy and Newby Coy and Cheek 2675 MARKET VERY STRONG ON ALL GRADES. .6770 1795 2210 1300 1045 1580 2540 2745 $69.02 $66.98 $64.81 $63.81 $57.80 $58.59 $58.48 $61.26 $56.85 $SS.45 $55.00 $54.07 $53.20 $51.80 $50.50 $1846.30 $4534.15 $1164.50 $1410.25 $ 751.45 $ 612.20 $ 923.90 $1556.05 $1560.68 $1092.35 $ 875.50 $1176.03 $1858.50 $1940.65 $ 778.85 -- John Prewitt O. D. Gray .1970 1590 2175 3475 3360 1540 Fitzpatrick and Barnes Tudor and Heathman Long and King. Noland and Jett P. L. Tussey Let Scott SALE-TU- RN Do It. We think the rush is over for this season and can now unload you 'promptly at any time. you. If you are going to have a Bring your tobacco to the Madison House. We get the price for others and will get it for Yours for highest prices. IT OVER TO SCOTT and get the benefit of his 15 years experience NO SALE TO SMALL ANI) NONE TO BIG FOR SCOTT. A. T. SCOTT, I f sm J- Lancaster. Ky. Garrard County's Leading Auctioneer. president last year, but stoutly refusing the honor again this year. The writer was elected president for the ensuing year, this making the 14th consecutive year (excepting one) she has served the body in this capacity, (entirely too long to be on a Job) However the Society contains some splendid material who when appointed on a committee will have their report ready if possible" by the next meeting to avoid the work dragging together with the above faithful officers mentioned make it w i if..... sailing" for the president MADISON TOBACCO W'SE RICHMOND, KENTUCKY The Central Record, Thursday, Jan 30, 1919. gHItlBI 1 llh- - FlFl5 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 who often times lays hold on the circulatory 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 not gained these qualities our experience oi war and grief and anxiety and sacrifice has B. KHAKI COLUMNS fl done little for us. C A dollar is a man's best friend. It ought to bo because man makes It. Yes, but how by The letter below has been received Mr. anil Mrs. W. It. Whittnker, of often does the dollar make the the county from their son, Squire T, m.in. In Whittnker, who Is somewhere I t I The Chance of a Lifetime! Now is the time to buy a good, sound U. S. horse or mule for your farm at a reasonable price. Have Respect For The Uniform. Conn Brothers. 3LJLJ 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 the wood work of your home. The Central Record Itiued Weekly. Payable $1.50 in Advance. Year. J. E. ROBINSON, Editor. R. L .ELKIN, Local Editor and Mgr. Entered at the Tost Office In LanMall caster, Ky., as Second-Clas- s Matter. Member Kentucky Tress Association and Eighth District Publishers League. Thousands of Germans who fought against America are anxiously waiting for the peace treaty to be signed of Bolshevism. Lancaster, Kr January 30, 1919 to cmierate to this country, the House So we learn to supplement Immigration Committee was told re. the old saying that "the way to cently by Representative Johnson, of NATIONAL PROHIBITION. a man's heart is through his South Dakota, a lieutenant in the In- w"' d"inB. The necessary number of stomach" by a conviction that '""'J In favor of legislation stop- states has given assent to rati- his political opinions arc also lmmIffratioll durinB the rccon. fication of the federal prohibi- determined by the condition of struction period. I Mr. Johnson said he spoke with tion amendment, and on Janu- his stomach. And why not? Your well- - numerous German prisoners and that ary 16th, 1920 the manufacI Invariably ture and sale of liquor are for- foil man l n rnnfontn,! mnn to come to they stated they Intended America as soon as the Everything pertaining in any war was over. bidden by law. Social drinking will become an abandoned measure to him, from the fit of "They did not want to return to custom and arranging the ap- his shoes to the edicts of his their country, and they realized that, propriate service of wines for government, is pleasing and England, France or Italy wouldn't tolerate them", Mr. Johnson said. a formal dinner will become satisfactory. Have not you "The question Is, shall this country yourself developed a more en- tolerate them? American soldiers in one of the lost arts. The United States is the first couraging view of the munici- France are unanimously of the opin- great nation to make the ex- pal government and a larger ion that It should not," Rates For Political Announcements. For Precinct and City Offices $5.00 For County Offices.. ...10.00 For State and District Offices.. 15.00 .10 For Calls, per line .10 For Cards, per line For all publications in the interspired by a laudable and naturest of individuals or expression of individual views, per al wish to alleviate suffering. line .10 . we are further informed . .05 But Obituaries, per line Secretary Baker has Issued nn ap peal to the discharged officers and men to respect their uniforms. They have maintained n high regard for their fighting apparel while In the service and there is nothing short of the same high respect due since their return to civil life. Thru the liberal- the, discharged I ity of the Government men arc permitted to wear their full uniform for three months from the . date of discharge, and if thcro is one 'thing that makes us feel like search, ing tome lonely spot in a convenient cemetery there to spend our time In a three by six cell of solitary wherein lies deathly dampness, it is the sight of a soldier under the influence of intoxicants while in in uniform. The government placed a , high value on the head of every man upon whom the responsibility of winning the war fell, and .those men 1E should respect their government too much to disgrace the Nation's unipeople in general. The proof form. We are proud to say that our boys have shown wonderful respect of this is the rapid response for their fighting clothes. They have which the states have made in worn them proudly while in the serratifying the amendment. vice and have maintained the same This legislation will undoubt- standard of morality since returning edly banish altogether some to civilian life, with few exceptions, speaks well of the existing evils and minimize and this they have received splendid training and the others. It will be the plain honor they feel in being chosen to duty of every citizen of the help win the battles for democracy United States to conform to the thru the defeat of Prussianlsm. It is law both in the letter and the indeed an honor to wear one of Uncle Sam's uniforms, and we feel spirit. that those who have returned, as well as those to return, are filled with too much of that old Kentucky blood BOLSHEVISM VS. FOOD. On first consideration the de- coursing their veins to ever have it said of them that they ever, by any sire of the Allies to raise $400,-000,0single act, disgraced their uniform or to supply food for the betrayed the confidence placed" in starving countries of Europe is them by their Government. Springaccepted at its face value as in- field, Sun. 3J France, doing his bit, and will be read with Interest by his numerous friends in the city and county. "Montlor, France, Dec. 1st 1918. Dear Mother and family: Will write you a few lines as this is Sunday night and It Is raining and 1 cant go to town, for the mud la awful here. It has been raining here for a week and we are In tents, and you know that is not like concrete. Guess you are having soma cold days there by this time. I think I will be at home In n short while and I will be glad of it for I can't talk to these people here and you know what kind of a time we have with them. You were asking if I had been in the trenches yet I don't think I have and I hopo that the war is over so I wont for they say it Is very muddy up there, that is all I mind. I have not been very close yet but we have been In a lot of different places and some of them are fine places and some that are not so grand. Some one said that Uncle LIge was dead, I think that all of the old people are dying, every time I hear from there some one has died, that Is more than we have over here. I guess a lot of the boys arc at home by this time. I think that the ones to come home are the ones over here. 1 NINE HUNDRED HORSES AND MULES To bo sold nt the Kentucky State Fair Grounds in Louisville, Ky., on February 5 and C, for cash to the highest bidder. The war is over and the Government has no further use for these animals. They are sound, fat and in excellent condition; just the kind of horses or mules Uncle Sam uses. Every animal has been worked within the last two months. Sale will bu held in closed pavilion. All necessary help given by the Quartermaster in loading and billing stock for shipment. Auxiliary Remount Depot No. 319, PHONE 174, TAYLOR. LOUISVILLE, KY. JOHNSONS "FREEZE PROOF" PREVENTS FROZEN RADIATORS. It Is inexpensive-D- oes not evaporate-E- asy did aim to go to see Millard Car- ter today but did not get off, but am going In a few days if I stay here. The last time I saw the Yeakey boy was In England and I don't know where he went but some one said he was at the front, I hope he did go for he wanted to go so bad. That was all of his talk. Well I will close for this time, hope to see you soon. Give my love to all. Squire T. Whittaker, Headquarters Co., 300 Engineers, A. P. O. 701, American Ex. Forces. to use-D- oes not freeze and one application will last all winter. One package protects a Fonl cor to five degrees below zero McRoberts Drug Store. )u Mildew Stains. To remote mildew stains, nib with lemon Juice and salt. The ama Irrat. mrnt will remove pwich and all trlut stains. Germans Plan To Come To America. Too True, Alas, Too Trust would ! clasM 1 as a good Prices show an advance If on all grades on the tobacco markets and fellow all you have In n Is to applaud your fool friend. Mllnauke growers arc highly pleased with re- journal. sults being obtained. that the ultimate object of this project is to prevent the spread ! ',,, NOTICE Our sales the past year have been remarkable. Our friends have been of great assistance in helping us develop our large business. We have outgrown our present quarters and on February 1 will move to J I 269 West Short Street trical fixtures in this part of the country. We are not connected in any way with any other fixture concern in Lexington. We want your patronage. We will also carry a full line of DELCO LIGHT APPLIANCES And we do all kinds of wiring. We have hundreds of satisfied users in the Blue Grass section. They are our references. If you are considering the purchase of a lighting system, don't fail to see us. DELCO-LIGH- T is no experiment. It is air cooled and runs on kerosene. It will pump the water, operate the washing machine, churn, grind-ston- e and light your house and barn. We extend to you a cordial invitation to visit us in our new home. We will have on display one of the best selections of elec- periment of nationwide pro- tolerance for your opponent's Mary's Flu. hibition. If it proves satisfac- religious doctrines after a good Mary had a little cold tory here other nations will dinner? That started In her head. On the other hand, the man And everywhere that Mary went doubtless adopt it. It was decided that the best unable to get enough food is an That cold was sure to spread. form of embodying this great; easy prey to pessimism, covet-chan- It followed her to school ono day (There wasn't any rule), would be in the form of ing and desiring other men's ideas, It made the children cough and an amendment to the Constitu- - goods, sneeze tion. This will ensure the anarchy, and in a word, To have that cold In school. vigorous enforcement of Jshevism. She tried hard, but kerchool Let the United States make It didn't do a bit of good, the' law. and will cnablo the of- feet of it upon the nation to be haste with its fund for the sat- -' The teacher tried to drive it out; For teacher caught It, too. Swiped isfaction of the hungry and speedily observed. The fact that so many of the thereby for the establishment Card of Thanks. states have consented to rati- - of world peace, Wc wish to extend our thanks to I ftcation is significant of a great relatives and frlpnila urhn wprn nit change in public opinion. A What do we expect of our kind and sympathetic to us during few years ago it would have boys as wc see them coming our sickness and the death of our two been thought absolutely impos- - back after their months of dear llttIe one- - Ndlne and Virgil, nihln that thn IJnitnrt Stntns nrmv llsclnHnnnnrhnnB with Bna nuo for the "'""y beautiful floral olferings. should go "bone dry" within one, two or three gold service Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Conn, the lifetime of the present gen- - stripes on the left sleeve? It is hard to tell. Different I theUnless the unexpected shall occur, cration. Even among those will be convicted and who heartily approved of the natures react to similar envir ' sentenced to death or to life Imnris. principle of prohibition, it onment so differently But we onment. Trial of other members of would have seemed inconceiv- - should prophesy that the army .the Hohcnzollcm family will follow, able that the nation should training wilt render them more nnJ tnen Admiral von Tirpitr, Gen. hifh adopt it. Admitting that the exact in every way, that they'?" LudcnJor,r to war councils will be use of alcohol was subject to will think less of the material account by mean, of njictinent and great abuse, would the public side of of life and more of its trial. real intent, and that they will "stand for" its withdrawal? A is J0pub,rc demand."1 The'lde" The fact that the nation on- - feel strongly the responsibili- of tercd Into war and that pro- - tics and duties of citizenship. L new service flag for the n was strictly enforced What will they expect of us, cr Is launched. A white star on a in tho army gave a great im- - changed by these months of Wue flw containing an many small returned soldier. petus to its advance. The watcHmr and waiting? They(,ta employed, "It should be as much a pro- - will expect us to be more earn- - mate; ot pri(1, to glve ,old,er a practicality of nation-wjd- e a Job hibition has ' been more and est, of wider sympathies, and as it was to display the fact that an more confirmed in the minds of greater tolerance. If we have employee had gone to war." ge might-makes-rig- ht Bol-most ) I I I employ-hibitlo- Central Kentucky Light and Power Co. Incorporated Lexington, Ky. Dealers In W. C. Miller, Local DELCO-LIGH- T there PRODUCTS. Representative. The Central Record, Thursday, Jan 30 1919. 6 was the guest of her sister, Mrs, Edd Williams the past week. Miss Marie Ledford Richmond Monday to studies at E. K. S. N. Europe Has to be Fed. Come in and get your plows: Oliver Riding and Walking and Hillside plows and points. lr. BnlllO fiaimiiK wjiai.u WmUVSmm auu UiII.iJa luno imiHuc points. Jno Deere Disk Harrows, Oliver : v uican m a i -. '8 u irrow, cheap. rmws anai puims. ranges. Deere Wagon Mailable and Cast Two second hand stoves cheap. J. R. MOUNT & CO. The Deal House. 1M Mrs. Rella Arnold Francis will Dollar-n-yemen will soon receive cave the first of the week for Louis- lie ami Cincinnati where she will their war pay. It will consist of a regular government pay check, but 11 purchase her Spring millinery. with this addition the nutograph All Wool, extra heavy, Army nl Mr. II. II. Cox has received his signature of President Wilson will be l!) New Year's present which was attached. The checks are being made n crate of very fine grape-fru- it from out and will be ready for the PresiK. F. Spears and Son, from their win- dent's signature when he returns. As most of the dollar-a-ycter home in Florida. men are in the millionaire or Mr. I.cn Miller, the main-sprin- g of class, it is not anticipated they WE SELL FOR LESS. this office is confined to his home with will experience any Immediate need tho "flu". Our good friend Hob of cashing in these checks. They will WE CLOSE AT SIX P. M. SHARP. Henry is helping us out and has prov- bo preserved as souvenirs, and I en to us that n "friend in need is n after years can be produced to show friend indeed". tho children and grandchildren what Mr. nnd Mrs. O. M. Harr, Mr. and their owners did to win the war. Miss Mattie Kstes has returned Mis. T. I). O'Hcarn, Misses Jennie Washington Tost. from a dtdightful visit to relatives in nnd Ucssic Harr, Messrs Joe Harr and Itichmond and Madison county, Albert Ihinger were entertained at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Lee, The leader of Rockefeller's church It is pleasant to see Mrs. Chaires Wednesday, at Cleveland, Ohio, recently took the Walter out motor driving after n con Miss Elizabeth Estes, one of the ef above heading as his text, and flnemcnt of several weeks of illness. Coming, uxl A Brkl MtntiM of Ui ficient at the Garrard asked his hearers to put the following r-TV u ... Il . - J Mrs. Alexander Kennedy, who has lnlc nnl Tnui t in tneir wives mirrors "n been ivsitine her dnughter, Mrs. Wil duties after a two weeks Illness of flu Don't marry a man for n living, liam Famau, has returned to I)nn at her home nt Waco. Ky. jier but for love. Manhood without mon Mrs. C. It. Harnett is visiting rela- ville. " bcttcr tnan moncy many friends are delighted to sec her tives and friends in London. back again. Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Anderson and . uon t overdress or unuertlress The Red Cross members meet every common sense Is sometimes better Mrs. J. K. Stcrmcs and Mrs. Sauf-le- y little son Herbert, were visitors of Hughes spent Tuesday in Isling- her parents, Mr. and Mis. W. L. Tuesday and Friday at their room to than style. Fletcher, Sunday. finish their quota, which they have on ton. 3. A wife with a hobble skirt and Miss Lillie Jones hus been quite ill hands and which is urging that it be a husband with patched trousers make Messrs Sam McDowell nnd Monte completed as iwon as possible. All a poor pair. A woman can throw the past fw days of influenia, but Fox, of Danville, were in Lancaster, her friends are wishing for her a those who can assist in this work be more out of n window with a spoon Monday. sure nnd come on these days to help than a man can put into the cella speedy recovery. in this good work. with n shovel. Miss Klliabeth Anderson has acMrs. Florence Grant and Lieut. HOW NOT TO RUN A HOUSE. cepted n position in the Haselden Mr. John F. Holtzclaw has pur Luricn Grant, were visitors to Mr. 4. Don't think that the way to Garage. chased the handsome property of Ilowman Grant at Transylvania Col a house is to run away from it, Captain Wm. Herndon on Lexington run Helen Oryant, of Lexington, lege, Lexington, Saturday. Mrs. is wrong to go around lecturing ttrect nnd will occupy it February It spent the week-en- d with Mrs. J. C. other women on how to bring up chil Mr. John Gill Kinnalrd, who is first. The neighbors wish these new Robinson. dren, while you are neglecting your stationed in Omaha, is the guest of neighbors might be gained without own. Miss Mary N'oel of Danville, Is the his parents. Dr. and Mrs. James U. losing Captain Herndon nnd family, 5. Don't tell your troubles to your to whom this house has been home guest of her sister, Mrs. James Wpods Kinnaird, on Maple Avenue. neighbors. They have enough for a number of years. in Taint Lick. their own. Fight it out with your Lieut. Lucien Grant returned Mon.Mr. Joe Harr of the U. S. S. Florida self if it takes ail summer. Mrs. Napoleon Trice made a visit day to Qulnccy Mass., where he is atfi. Don't nag. The saloonkeeper of several days to friends in Danville tached as otficcr on the Kalk, a des- has returned nfter spending two weeks with his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. is always glad to welcome your hus troyer under construction. the past week. O. M. Harr. He was accompanied band with a smile. Mrs. Annn Hubble and daughter, 7. Don't try to get more out of" Mr. nnd Mrs. T, J. Trice arc spend- home by his friend, Mr. Albert Ihinweek-en- d Mattie Mae, spent the at ing their fifth season nt Dcland. They ger, also of the U. S, S. Florida. Both looking-glas- s than you put into it, their home in Hubble. are from Iincnster Kentucky. Flor- boys have spent one year in the war Nature's sunshine is better for a wo zone and have visited many places of man's beauty than man's powders and Miss Edna Uerkele of State Unl ida correspondent. Courier Journal. paints. interest "Over There". verslty, Lexington, spent the week Mrs. V. A. Lear has returned from WHIST TARTIES AS TERILS, end In Lancaster. Senator R. L. Davidson of Tulsa, Lexington where she was called by 8. Don t make gamblers and born, reared and educated in the Kendrunkards of your children by runMiss Mary Leo Lear has been the the Illness of her daughter. Miss Mary- tucky Illuegrass, was elected speaker ning whist parties for prizes and serv guest of Miss Margaret Cook at K. C. Lee Lear, who is rapidly improving. pro tern of tho Oklahoma Senate, now ing punch with n stick in it. W., In Danville. Mr. and Mrs. Itoy Arnold, Mr. and In session at Oklahoma City. This is 9. Don't forget to tell the truth. Mrs. Alex Arnold nnd Mrs. Wesley Judge Davidson's second term ns Sen- especially to the conductor about the Mr. ana Mrs. Hanks Hudson and big Tulsa district. of Danville, were here Tues ator from tho age of your child; honesty is worth son, Danks, Jr., of Danville, spent Walker day for the burial of the Arnold in Oklahoma City, Okln., Special to more to you and them than n nickel Monday In Lancaster. Courier-Journal. fant. A boy who Is 8 years old at home and To tho pleasure of her friends The following we clip from the 0 on the cars will soon learn other Mrs. Trice Huffman nnd Taylor, Miss Sallie Tlllett has recovered from things that arc not so. Andrew and Carl Huffman were call Deland Daily News is of interest to a recent Indisposition. 10. Don't forget that home is a ed to Clinton, Illinois by the sudden Mrs. T. J. Trice's many friends here: "Mrs. I.eunder C. Woolfolk, of woman's kingdom, where sho reigns death of their sister, Mrs. Charlie Mrs. A. B. Milby has returned from To be a mother of n Lin Louisville, Ky who is spending her ns queen. a delightful visit with friends nnd Gcrwick. second season nt the Palms, will en- coin, a Garfield, or a McKInley, is to relatives at Lebanon. Mrs. W. Ashborn Trice gavo a din tertain Thursday evening with cards be the mother of a prince. ner Monday in honor of her son, complimenting Mrs. Otter, Mrs. Trice Mr. nnd Mrs. Fisher Raines of Dan- Lieut. Charles Dunn, ' PAINT LICK it being his nnd Mrs. Nelson. Those who have ville, spent Monday with Mrs. Curt A. birthday. It was n very enjoyable been so fortunate as to be on Mrs. Jce Bowman is ill with pneumonia, Kobinson on Itichmond street. affair. Woolfolk' guest list are 'anticipating Mrs. R. N. Beazley nnd family are n delightful evening." gentleman-lik- e Tho friends of that Mr. John Dunn, who is stationed nt all down with the flu. , ,llttlo man, Master William Anderson, Fort Oglethorpe, Georgia, is spending 1 1 1 I.. . n.nt, , son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. A.mos P"k lc" Monday to enter ten days with his mother, Mrs. W. A. call that Cantain Carter Glass, .on of nro happy at his recovery from Trice, nnd uunts, Misses Lcnvy and Hon. Carter Glass, Secretary orI businessA.College at Bowling Green on Illness of Influenza. B. Wynn and Miss ChasMrs. Allio Dunn. Treosurv. a vcrv ilmnr rnttr vmino man who has done service in France tine Ruckcr w"e In Richmond, Frl- nnd who refused all favors his fath-- 1 uay' lit er's prominence might have given I E- - c-- McWhorter and family spent C end with relatives in Taint him, was n visitor in Lancaster bcv-."WHY NOT BUY eral years ago, tho occasion being the , kick. lip. It W I'.IrM,... ui.w oiait, .Ujl, M iiiurriiigv ui .ui&s L.euie ine lucuoD... ... . .. erU to Mr. Buckner Spindle, at which ' tl j. rairicK are on tne sick list this n. eient he acted as groomsman. week. ! A. B. Estridge is in Lexington visThe Woman's Club met Thursday nfternoon at their Club rooms with iting his uncle, E. C. McWhorter and U GARRARD COUNTY WHEAT-WITHO- UT BLEACH Mrs. W. 1). Burton, ns leader, assist- family, O. C. Rucker nnd family visited his ed by Mu. J. B. Kinnaird and Mrs. OR BLEND. George D. Robinson. The talks given mother, Mrs. I. C. Rucker Saturday by Lieut. Charles Dunn, who has been and Sunday. Always at hand, seventeen months in France, and Misses Willie Williams and Marie Ensign Lucien Grant, who has been Ledford left Monday to enter NorWithout or wait overseas several times, were most in- mal at Richmond. The house wives say teresting and fulfilled entirely the anMr. R. II. Ledford has purchased ticipation of tho Club women. The a nice piano much to the gratifica And declare It is so, next meeting will be held Thursday tion of Miss Catherine. a dead success at 3 o'clock instead of 2:30 as Friends of Jim Harve Ralston have When mixed Into dough. received messages that he is happily located at Stonega Va. Outdoor Exercise. Mrs. A. B. Estridge and daughter,: Outdoor exercise Is better for health Miss Emma, were in Richmond sev t j uud complexion than almost toy eral days the past week. DC 1L Miss Lucy Williams of Richmond, I EXTRA SPECIAL I 1 Mens 75c Cashrnerelte Sox Mr. nnd Mrs. Calvin Rogers spent Since the Sinn Fein movement has Sunday with Mr. and Mr. Chan. Lee. become so agressive and makes mat ter for big head lines In the dally Miss Mary I.o Lear has returned papers we are obliged to the one who to Lexington where she Is attending informs us it is pronounced "Shin-FaynaHamilton College. and Is Gallic for "Ireland Ourselves". Miss Jessie Tatum, of Hustonvlllc, D a ln.ua h r. Is the ipiest this week of Mr. nnd Mrs, The world looks on with interest at Smooth- - Walton Moss. the effort of the great musical artist, o 1a governMiss Sallie Cox nnd Master Clay Tadercwski, to establish ;c are both improving after a very ment In Poland, of which he Is to be the head.. Hut It Is a mistake to say severe nttack of the flu. that the attempt will prove a failure Mrs. Ilobert Embry, of Lexington, because no great artist can possibly spent a few days Inst week with her exri-- In matters of government. This mother, Mrs. V. T. West. theory is refuted by the operations of Mr. Krctl P. Friable of the .Mutual some of the most noted painters and Ilcncfit Life Insurance Company was nrchitccta of the Italian Renaissance, several of whom proved themselves at home for a few days this week. remarkably nble In dealing with govMr. nnd Mrs. Henry Simpson were ernmental questions. guests for a few days this week of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. U. D. Dollar-a-Yea- r I Simpson, returned resume to Classified Column RATES i her Single insertions lea word No ad taken for less than 20c in this column. No ads in this column charged. Seven insertions for the price of five. Thono orders must be paid promptly. fi Mrs. John Murphy and Miss Geneva1 Murphy of near Richmond visited Mrs. Anne Moberlcy the past week. Mr. and Mrs. John Tatum and Miss Ava McWhorter were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hume Tatum nt Silver Creek Sunday. i Men To Receive Pay. only...35ctS. Sox..65ctS. Sander's Variety Store. I I Mr. E. E. Estridge has purchased j the home and 100 acres fronting on the pike of the E. C. McWhorter farm price $200. per acre. FOR RENT: Nice large The many friends of Miss Stella J R. McWhorter are glad to know she is nlshed room. Improving and will soon be able to FOR SALE: White Wynndottc leave the hospital. Roosters, nt $1.50 each. Misses Emma Estridge and Mablc Robert Fox, Star Route. Hall left Monday morning to enter Lancaster, Ky. school .at Bowling Green, Mrs. Hall going ns for as Louisville with them. Public Sale. Mrs. Margaret Rayburn of RichOn Saturday, February 1st, I will mond, Marshall Rayburn of Illinois, short-horand Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Roop of Sil- sell at Public Auction the ver Creek were the guests of Mr. cattle of Logan Hickman. d Jake White, Administrator. Tcvis Rayburn and family, Sunday. Mr. Millard Ledford continues Sale weak from loss of blood, he having had a severe spell of nose bleeding Good white oak Lumber In stock. Wednesday night, giving the family Virgin timber. Bills cut on short euch a scare, that they called the Dr. notice. Carter and Pitts, at 2 a. m. Carterville, Ky. n lt-p- For 3E EXPERT STENOGRAPHER. I am ready to do your typewriting. I take shorthand dictation and can come to your office any evening or after banking hours. Oif Ice at Gulley House, phone 166. My rates are reasonable and will appreciate your services. HUGH MOBLEY. Gossip About People vNe Don'ts For Wives. r t,. ,..,.,i ... wout DDCZIE 31 11 IE EH J II II " if "ii ir USED AUTOMOBILES. Now is the time to buy and save money, We guarantee every'car we sell. 550.00 625.00 J 91 6JOverland, five passenger 600.00 Three 1917 Fords $400., $425., $4.50 SEE US AT ONCE. 1018 Buick Roadster 1915 Buick, five passenger 1916 Oakland, five passenger $ 1 1 50.00 - The Danville Buick Go L. B. CONN. Proprietor. Walnut'Street. "ii Danvllle.fKentucky. ii ii ir it ii ii ii -- n 5 I it MAKING A MONEY DOLLAR SAVED IS A DOLLAR MADE L I I GLEN LILY worry .. It's sure You can save many of them by trading at our store. We are selling for cash and we have reduced our over-hea- d expenses. We are here ready to serve, you with a GOOD CLEAN STOCK OF MERCHANDISE. When you trade here you take no chance of paying the other mans bill, you simply pay for what you get. What we want is a small profit and a quick sale. A FAST MOVING NICKEL IS WORTH MORE THAN ANY MAN'S SLOW DOLLAR. Try the cash plan and see if it doesn't pay. GARRARD MILLING COMPANY tl i BtlktK and mnw DitiAmaviLLt, t BALLARD. iH KENTUCKY. feint PHONE 27. The Central Record, Thursday, Jan 30, 1919. tun BRAD3HAW MILL. Mr. S. N. Sanders bought a farm of Mr. Floyd Snyder for $4160. j Mrs. Grant Sanders was with' hls I son, Mr. Morse Hill. Wednesday. James Durton Sanders sncnt Sat-- ! urday night with Delbcrt Prewitt. Miss Jewell Prewitt Is spending several days with Mr. and Mrs. C. C We Wish You A Happy and Prosperous New Year. tJfe Citizens National Bank LANCASTER, ON ROLL ALL RECORDS BROKEN AT Prewitt. s OP KY. B. P. HUDSON. President J. J. WALKER. Vice Prest. W. O. P.ionet, Ass't Cash'r. Joe J. Waucbr. Jr., W. P. CHAMP. Cashier. OF HONOR. Mr. Wilson Hurt's folks are rapidly Improving from n severe attack of the flu. Messrs N. L. Prewitt, W. A. Hardin, and Jasper Sebastian were in Bcrea, Sunday. Mr. D. L Prewitt of near Richmond wns a visitor of Mr. S. M. Rogers Saturday night. Mrs. Rascom Prewitt and daughter Nora Lucille, were guests of Mrs. CROSS OUT Your Washing Troubles With Jesse East Sunday night. Mrs. Willie Long, Mrs. Jesse East and children were guests of Mrs. Rascom Prewitt, Monday. Mrs. S. N. Saunders and daughters Nancy and Linda, were visitors of Mrs. C. C. Prewitt, Monday. Ballard's Obelisk the best floui in sacks or barrels. Hudson, Hughes and Farnau. Mrs. S. N. Saunders and Nancy and Linda Sanders were visitors of Mrs. Carl Baker Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Baker and little daughter, Ida Mae, were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Grant Sanders, Sunday. Mr. Burton Sanders has Just pur chased a house and lot in Richmond, for $1500, where he will move in April, Mr. Merin Hurt's family, Mr. Trav Hume and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Casey are among the ones suffering with influenza. Mrs. Burton Sanders was with her sister, Mrs. R. A. Broaddus and fam ily near Buckeye, Tuesday night who are suffering with flu. Mrr. Clarkie Roberts, ter, Virginia Reynolds, grand-daugh Peoples House DANVILLE, KEINTUCkY. Entire Floor of 194,360 Pounds Western Electric ' S and Wringer If you were askedto name the greatest bugbear in your weekly household' work your answer would'&e "The Weekly Famjly Wash." That's nnswerjt every housewife done the vjiose wj&tiing clothes de Jpc washboard-and-tub AVERAGES stroying wai fBut&Lise a Electric Was r and Wringer West - J9L . ' $48.68 Burton and Daley of Garrard county, TWO LOADS OF THE WEED BRING av- I i I and you crossjDut, eliminate, washing troubles. At a cost of aaout three cents a wcJc for current, yourclotha are washed by electricity, and washed clearier-Ktt- er easier than everbefore. We can't tJT you all about the magical machine here you call on us we'll show ybu one but te it and arrange, if you will, for a defqpnst ra in your home. Cross out your washing libles. Wash Electrically. Let Us Tell You Htowl Mrs. Burton Sanders and daughter, Elizabeth, spent Sunday with the Mr. Hendersons. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse East entertain ed quite a number of relatives Sun day, those being present were: Mr. and Mrs. Bascom Prewitt and little daughter, Nora Lucille, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel East, Mrs. Sallie Hurt, Mrs. Mollie Moberlcy and daughter Chris erages $74. per hundred, for nearly Six Thousand Pounds. $4,412.35 More big averages last Monday than any tine. BASTIN BROTHERS. LANCASTER. day. BRYANTSVILLE Rev. and Mrs. G. S. Conant and children were Danville visitors Thurs previous day in the history of the Danville Tobacco market. A Thousand Growers Witness the Spectacular Sales Amid Great Enthusiasm. GET SLOAN'S FOR YOUR PAIN RELIEF You to get quick, don't have to rub It la comfort- ing relief Once you've tried It on that stiff Joint, ore muscle, idatle pain, rheumatic-twinge, lame back, you 11 find warm, soothing relief you never thought a liniment could produce. Won't i tain the stun, leaves no muss, wastes no time In applying, lure to A large bottle give quick results. means economy. Your own or any other druggist has it. Get it today. In Tuberculosis. In the nnlhod posltlre photographic print, the lungs ot a normal person show while this rvpreufnllng the ulr contained In the cell of the lungs. If as in pneumonia the lung Is It will show dark. I. e., the cells being occluded with matter. Tuberculous Is diagnosed by tho spotted, mottled appearance of the affected lungs. Aid to Remembrance. Dorothy has a habit of biting '"her finger nails. Her father promised her a ruby ring on her birthday If she would stop the habit. At the end ot the first day she inquired: "Daddy, If I had the ring on my linger don't you think me could 'member more better)" Mrs. J. H. Ballard spent several days in Nicholasville, last week with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Williams and That the sleeveless, backless, al children are in Louisville for a visit most waistless dinner and dance to relatives. frooks worn by many women are Messrs B. C. Rose, Green Bowling, "awful", "abominable" and "must C. M. Deane, J. H. Ballard and W. K. shock our returning- Eeroes" are the Davis were Lexington visitors Friday. assertions of Mrs. James Griswold Joe E. Bryant has returned to Wentz, resident and founder of the Club and a Washington, D. C, after a visit with Women's Republican in the his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. woman of assured position society of New York and Newport. Mrs. Wentz directed her opening Mesdames Mag Sparks and Bettie barrage against our Lady Godivas of Payton of Nicholasville, were guests 1919, who draw the line only atthe of their lister, Mrs. J. W. Glass last waist line, in a recent meeting at the week. Cosmopolitan Club to consider the Mrs. C. M. Dean and children, and girl problem during "demobilhatlon. Misses Pearl Boswell and Stella Mae Deputy Police Commissoner Ellen Grow motored to Nicholasville O'Grady had bewailed the almost complete absence of modesty among meetinc will be The innny young girls of today. "Con- held at the Methodist church Sunday sider what the girls see their mothers February 2nd, Rev. C. H. Greer P. E., and other women wearing in the res- will preach. taurants and other public places", Aunt Viney Burnsides an old and countered Mrs. Wentz. "Think what an example is set them by the highly esteemed colored woman of abominable undress worn by many this place died at the home of her son, Lee Burnsides last Thursda- ywomen in the evening." Mrs. Mai Carter of Buckeye, Mrs. Hubert Carter of Marcellus and Mrs. Only On Kind of Right Action. were guests for tho Rlghtness expresses of actions what Florence Ballard stralghtness does of lines; and there day Saturday of Mrs. Noah Marsce, can no more be two kinds of right ac- Jr. Mrs. Mary R. Berkele is at the tion than there can be two kinds ol straight lines. ITcrbert Spencer. hospital in Danville where she will undergo an operation of the eyes, which her many friends hope will be Waists That Start At the Waist Line. Garrard County Has The Banner Crops. Last Monday was 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 CresIt cent Heights to Walnut street. 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 bearBurton and Daley ing big figures. were given a check for $4,412.35 for two wagon loads. H. W. Harberson, Webb and Lister, of Perryville, 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 pother towns voluntarily declurcd that the Danville breaks are ahead of anyHerething they ever witnessed. with are given a few of the approximate averages recorded at the Tobacco House on Perryville street last Monday. Pec-pl- BEN BRIGHT CHARLES BELL Boyl County. 7,040 pounds for ...$4,308.25 AVERAGE $61.00. DALTON TURPIN Carrard County. 3,090 pounds for $1,840.90 ... AVERAGE $60.00. HOGAN CREWS Rollins; Fork. 4,475 pounds for $2,449.60 AVERAGE $55.00. THOMAS JACKSON A SEWELL Of Danville. .'...$1,385.85 2,100 pounds for y AVERAGE $66.40. BRADLEY CHRISMAN Boyle County. $3,081.12 5,680 pounds for AVERAGE $55.00. COOK II MIDDLETON Garrard County. 5,460 pounds for $3,258.80 AVERAGE $59.60. W. B. BURTON, Garrard County. 4,643 pounds for $2,665.08 BURTON & DALEY W. 0. RIGNEY Funeral Lancaster, Oirector and Office Phone 18. successful. Dalrr Feed. Mixed Feed. Ballard's when we have taken a wrong step, but It Is easier to turn back after the Pure Wheat Bran and Ky. Farm feed, j! Rye Middlings, first step than after the second or Wheat Middlings, third, and much safer and pleasanter. Palmo Mixed Feed. Hudson, Hughes and Farnau. The Flu epidemic has In this and the Buena Vista section. Over 150 cases reported by attending physicians. Six deaths occurred last week in Buena Vista Section fromj pneumonia, following II u. Mr. spiller Lane lost his wife and infant child and two other children, aged 2 and 4 Mrs. Grundy years respectively. Florence died on the 20th and the remains burled in Harrodsburg cemetery. Mrs. Charles Ison succombed to the disease on Tuesday 21st with Residence Phone S3. burial services and interment in the cemetery. The Mt. Olivet Church young husband is also dangerously ill. Much sympathy is extended to the families. It often requires courage to turn back Dare to Turn Back. Carrard County. 5,965 pounds for $4,412.35 AVERAGE $57.40. RANKIN & BRUMMITT Garrard County. 4,180 pounds for $2,331.27 AVERAGE $74.00. BURTON McMURTRY Carrard County. $1,030.15 2,840 pounds for AVERAGE $55.00. HUTCHISON & HUTCHISON AVERAGE $57.29. C. P. CECIL, JR., & CEO. HIGNIJE Boyle Coanty. 2,255 pounds for ...$1,255.45 Garrard County. 5,790 pounds for $3,025.10 AVERAGE $55.00. J. C. CALDWELL, JR.. BoyU County. 6,370 pounds for UPTON $4,135.50 AVERAGE $62.00. BURTON NOEL Embalmer; Carrard County. 2,295 pounds for $1,185.70 . AVERAGE $65.00. R. W. HARBERSON, WEBB and LISTER, of Perryville. $1,950.77 3,800 pounds for AVERAGE $51.00. BOURNE it ANDERSON Carrard County. 3,080 pounds for $2,072.17 Kentucky. AVERAGE $51.00. AVERAGE $68.00. TheJCentral RecordJThursday, Jan 30, 1919. Mr. nnd Mrs. Arnold Dryant visited her grandmother, Mrs. Eliza Conn, last Sunday. m Ovaraamae Blll.ma.aa. Caaailpa-tl- S "Mr. and Mrs. V. U Pennington, and SUk HNtalu, QuUkly. Urn Srls'lai ar Pal. tVtaraataaal. children, visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Itoop, nt the weeks end. TIi organ of dictation, asalmlU-llo- n Mr. and Mrs. John Wylie ofnear ana .llmlnatloli th stomach, ilrsr and bow.la ra cloaly alilrU. visited Mr. and Mrs. Preachcrsvlllc and tha proper action of any of ihfmrt orrana la lara.ly dcpntlnt uin tha John Anglin last Sunday, corrrct functioning of all tha olhtra. your liver Into action WhlppInC Mrs. Walker llryant who has been Kith calom.t or forcing your bowrla very ill with pneumonia, Is some beC lth Irrltallnc lax&tlvea or atronc cathartic la a great mlataxe. A btl-l.- r. tcr at this writing. safer plan la atrcnitltrnlna; and lonlnaT tha hola dlffaatlva and ellmlna Mr. Harrison Parson who was distlra sratem with Natura'a rl.msdY (Nit Tablta, which not only brlnaa charged from Camp Meade, Mil., has laai-IImmedlata rtll'f, but (.nulnastnd returned home. bcmtlt. It acta on tha atomach. llrer, boweta and kldncya, Improrra Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Wylie visited dictation and aaalmUatlon, ov.rcomra blhouancaa, rorracta constipation and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Carter quickly rcllavca sick headache. the past week end. Gat your ayatcm thorouahly rteanatd and purified for once: atomach, llvar Mrs. Iiuth Davis visited Mr. and and bowela worklnc together In you will not liava harmony, and Mrs. John Davis the past week end. to taaa raedlclna arery day Juat taka ona till Tablet occasionally to keep Dairy Faad, Misad Faad, Ballard. your ayatcm In rood condition and always feel your beat. Jlemember It la Pure Wheat Bran and Ky Farm Faad, aaler and cheapar to keep well than Middling., Rya Middlings, Wheat It la to a?t welL Uet a lie box and try It with tha Palmo Miaad Faad. underatajidlnr that It muat flea you any Iludaon, Hughes and Farnau. and benellt K rateror relief rnedlctna you than need ever wel llvar .Miss Susie Itobinson visited her or no pay. Natura'a named (Nit Tablete) la sold, cuaranteed and grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Alrecvininanded by your druggist. R. E. McROBERTS, Lancaster, Ky. len, last week. DtH't Frwl Your Livtr ti Actim CARTERSVILLE. Mr. and Mrs. Thomps Davis and and two daughters Misses Myrtle Christine, Mrs. Herbert Whlttaker and Mr. William Anderson are suffering from the flu. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Johns, of Nicholasvillc, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Itay nnd daughters, Misses Barbara Gulley and Christine Morford and Mr. of Smilllc Hill were guests Sunday Mr. nnd Mrs. Hiram Ray and family. Heart Is Busy Organ. Ynnr hrnrt ta n Trrv htiey orran. you tirrntho once. It bents four WJille At ench bent It sends rour times. its nf Moral through rntir veins nnd nrterlc. The weight of the circulating Mood Is 29 founds. When you run, your legs and the other parts or your body need more blood, so your heart must pump faster. It Is a cease- lens worker. The Heroism of The Moon Light School Teachers. Thousands of teachers have volunteered during the past five years to teach moonlight schools nnd to rid their districts of illiteracy. This means six weeks' service, four evenings each week. These teachers go back to the school house ami teach two hours. In addition, they make a personal canvass, visiting every illit- 1 All . erate to explain the school, calm his fears and persuade him to enroll. If he fails to come, they make a second or third visit. Teachers In some counties have volunteered and taught a moonlight school for four consecutive years. The State Inspector nnd Kxamincr in his report said, "Had the volunteer teachers of Kentucky received even the nomlnnl wage of $1 per evening, their contribution to the State would amount to over one-ha- lf million dollars, or the largest contribution ever made by any profession or organization to any public cause in Kentucky." Frequently teachers have written to the Kentucky Illiter acy Commission that they have enjoy ed their moonlight school work even better than the day school work for which they are paid. Some teachers In Kentucky have taught as many as twenty-fiv- e pupils to read and write. comOne teacher taught seventy-fivbining four school districts in one. The teacher in Kentucky who has not taught, at least, one illiterate feels Many teachers have like a slacker. already cleared their districts of illiteracy and most of Kentucky's noble band of public school teachers plan to wipe out Illiteracy from their districts during this present year that the census taker may find no illiterates in 1920. The volunteer moonlight school teachers will always hold a sacred place in Kentucky's history, nnd may their names be engraved on a bronze tablet In the halls of the State Capital. They are already engraved on the hearts of the people. three brands sealed in Packages. air-tight -' It Takes Courage (The New Success) To live according to your convictions. To be what you arc and not pretend to be what you nrc not. To gay "No" squarely and firmly when those around you say "Yes". To live honestly within your means and not dishonestly upon the means of others,. To speak the truth when by a little prevarication you can get some special ndvantagc. To refuse to knuckle down to and bend the knee to the wealthy, even though you arc poor. When mortified anil embarrassed by humiliating disaster, to seek in your ruins the elements of future success. To refuse to do a thing which is wrong because others do it, or because it is customary and done in Easy to find ' BUCKEYE Mrs. Morford of Danville is visiting her son, Mr. and Mrs. S. N. Morford. Mr. It. W. Sanders ami Mr. Herbert last Whltlnkcr were in Lexington week. Mrs. W. H. Gulley and daughter and son, spent Tuesday with Mrs. A subscriber asks, "What is the William Smith apd family. longest word in the English language Mr. nnd Mrs. Tilden Hoover "of that if defined in the latest edition Teatersvillo are rejoicing over the arof the most complete dictionary!" rival of a little son Jan. 24th. The latest edition of the Standard Mrs. Mai Carter, son and daughter, Dictionary says under honorllcabll-itudinit"Honorableness, frequently were guests last week of her son, Mr. cited ns the longest word in the En- and Mrt. Hubert Carter at Morccllus. Mrs. llobert Long nnd daughter, glish literature". Hut this word is also found In one of the earliest En- Francis, of Lancaster, were here last glish dictionaries Ilniley'a, publish- week the guest of Mrs. Broncon Locker, 1756. Anthropomorphologi-called In contains one more letter nameMr. anil Mrs. W. E. Whittakcr, ly, twenty-threMisses Elsie and Dorothy Whlttaker were visitors Sunday of Mr. nnd Mrs. It. W. Sanders. Qrtkt I Power of Love. Mr. liobert Layton of Camp Meade If you would gnln mankind, the heat way Is to appear to lore them; Md., has been mustered out and came way nf appearing to lore heme Sunday, he nnd his wife are mil the best I hem Is to lore them In reality. J. with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. F. y Longest Word In English. 1 (t is on sale everywhere. Look for. ask for. be sure . to get WRIGLEYS The Greatest Name In Goody-Lan- d trade. ilenthnm. Ilrown. To stay home evenings and try to improve yourself when your comrades rpend their evenings having a good time. To remain In honest poverty while others grow rich by questionable methods which you could easily use yourself. To refrain from gossip, when others Tolling a Big Bell. about you delight in it, and to stand At the Church of the Sacred Heart, up for an absent person who is being In I'arls. n bell Is tolled by abused. electricity. A choir boy now does the Not to bend the knee to popular work which formerly required the serprejudice, but stand firmly erect while vices of Ave men. others are bowing and fawning for praise and power. The Flavor iasfsi The Big Home House AT RICHMOND, KY. 9 Go to the Peace Conference With The Louisville Herald The biggest news event the world has ever seen, with the exception of the war, is breaRing right now in Paris the Peace Conference. You who so breathlessly followed the war news, particularly after the United States became a participant, are now eagerly waiting to learn what is to be the fate of the vandals who set the world aflame. in , SEALED TIGHT J Goes Over The Top During the week just closed, selling 654,145 lbs. for $238,336.83, Breaking all, Records for Averages , Get This News From All Angles From The Pens Of These Master Writers Robert L. Owen, U. S. Senator from Oklahoma. Guglielmo Ferraro, famous Italian Historian. Albert Thomas, noted French Socialist. Justin McGrath, editor San Francisco Examiner. James J. Montague, noted political writer. Naboth Ilcdin, Paris correspondent Brooklyn Eagle. Jay Jerome Williams, White House correspondent. Robert Welles Ritchie noted special writer. The above writers comprise oie of the greatest aggregations of talent ever before gotten together, and no other Kentucky newspaper will have their services. In addition, all of the news of the world will be tepoited through the Associated Press, to which The Herald is a subscriber, and last but not least, the Louisville Herald has arranged to have the exclusive . i4 f, " The rush Is now over and we are prepared to handle your load promptly. Look at these averages. Pound i Rhodus and Taylor R. W. Long Hugh Coffey G. C. Gay Gay and Brewer J. K. Herring Rhodus and Taylor Butler Sebastian Murphy and Sowers Henderson and Cornett.- Catea and Henderson Lafe Duerson Cornelison and Simpson W. B. Turley and Gordon Baker and Taylor Sherman Shearer Barnes and Simpson Lawrence Hyman 2445 970 1720 1360 4040 995 -- 3370 3290 3240 1145 770 -- 1200 3875 4910 5150 3300 1260 Average $64.25 $59.00 $55.82 $55.00 $55.45 $55.40 $54.00 $54.00 $54.40 $52.00 $50.50 $51.35 $48.60 $48.90 $47.00 $46.00 $50.75 $47.50 r News Service Of The London Daily Express ' This great newspaper has, for years, been the most enterprising of London newspapers; always accurate, it has for a long time been on the "inside" on all matters relating to British and continental politics, its correspondents in Berlin, Holland nnd Russia having furnished the most sensational foreign news that has ever been published. The Louisville Herald considers itself exceedingly fortunate to be able to furnish its readers with this service. 1 i Read The Louisville Herald Daily And you will always have all the news and have it first. It contains the best editorials, and many other news features for all members of the family. Give your local agent your order; if there is none in your town send' in the coupon below with your subscription. Sample copy sent on request. --- ' THE LOUISVILLE HERALD Kentucky's Greatest Newspaper DAILY By Mail tat fetid td PoiUl Zna. I i.c I ul In if AM or Kentucky and Hut).m lbdUiti. 0 Mws i War MAIL DAILY HERALD TO NAME AND ADDRESS GIVEN, FOR TERM SHOWN. NAME HOME TI w E $5.00 a m. $1.40 Mail $2.60 I Mo. followfiii; Richmond, Kentucky, remittance st without Ti Ingle day: - with Don't bo ..!d for a 50c Address R. F. D. No.. lUirlitsrtl Hnd Click for rntofnf Ktin Onler Order ,,, Btatc Term Here t. t 9. I Traw. Mw, I Mo., Mo. KE LLY Tobacco Seed BEWARE OF IMITATIONS. fac-simi- le J. B. DINWIDDIE, Auctioneer. STANFORD, - KENTUCKY. (5IVE ME A TRIAL. HAS ANY ONE Died Eloped Divorced Embezxled We can make a low price ON A CAR LOAD OF Left Town-- Had Had Satisfaction Guaranteed. n Fire-- Why and How Locomotives Puff. n Daby Sold n Farm Had a Party lleen Arrested Come to Town-- Had Twins or Colic Sold n Cow or Lost an Auto-L- aid in n Stock of Whiskey-St- olen a dog or his Friends wife Committed suicide, or Murder-Fa- llen from an airplane or Fallen into a Coal hole or Fallen into a Legacy? THAT'S NEWS I Phone or malt il to THE CENTRAL RECORD, Phon. 43. WIRE FENCE just received. Buy now prices will be higher. Other seed is being sold under their name. The Genuine Improved "Standing Up" Burley co seed raised by B. L. Kelley and Sons, can procured only from the raiser and is not genuine of ur.lc33 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 fice atWashington. Any infringements will be prosecuted. Seed packed from best selected pods, produced by champion tobacco growers of Kentucky for the past 25 years. The number of pulT that n locomotive given in n gjven distance is gov- erncd entirely by the size of its driv- I ing wheels. For every turn of the j wheels it Riven four separate jiufTs. tobac- .Therefore, if the circumference of be! the drlvlntr wheels Is twentv which Is about the average and the train is going at fifty miles an hour, I we get 880 pun's a minute. I The cough or puff is due to the I abrupt emission of waste steam from Of- . the smokestack. When there are more than eighteen puffs a second the human ear cannot distinguish them separately, and we Jump to the con clusion that the locomotive is no Ion-gpuffing at its task. feet. W. J. ROMANS Price $1.00 Per Ounce SPECIAL PRICE ON LARGER QUANTITIES. Only one more big war loan drive is planned by the Treasury Department, Secretary Glass said. This will be the Victory Liberty Loan, to be floated probably the last three weeks in April. The amount will not be more than $6,000,000,000, and may be $5,000,000,000. The German blockade may be laxed, but the German blockhead still doing business. re- H. F. D. No. 1. (Trade Mark Patented) '1 Sons Send. All Mail Orders To B. I.. Kelly & GOVERNMENT Will Take Farmers R. F. D. No. 1, Lancaster, Kentucky. can secure from the south. Thus the United States, loyal food purveyor to the stricken world, is left "holding the bag". Her word has been passed to the producers of wheat at home and it must be kept. Contracts for steel, coal, transport, munitions, clothing and many other items required by the war have been canceled by a stroke of the pen, but to date there has come no proposal to cancel the agreement made with the agricultural Interests, nor has there been any proposal from the latter to compromise the agreement. Instead the nation must pay either by the plan of buying at the government price and selling at the market price, thus reducing the cost of living materially; or permitting the government price to rule here and thus sustaining the price of flour, bread and other important and necessary items of living. In the end the public must pay. The farmer must have his price. Far be it for the government of the United States to stoop to a policy or repudiation. Its word is as good as its engraved bond. Washington Post The new German Government does not seem very deDendable. which shows that it may not be much of i government, but it's very much Ger man. Wheat At Great Loss. Appropriation Of $1,250,000,000 Asked For. is stated that the Department of Agriculture is now at work framing a bill, soon to be presented to Congress, appropriating $1,250,000,000 to be used by the food administration in purchasing from the farmers the 1910 wheat crop at $2.20 a bushel, the price guaranteed by the government. It is proposed to sell this wheat to the public at the ruling market price, It HAVING SOLD MY PROPERTY, I WILL, AT TER, ON THE POOR RIDGE PIKE, NEAR LO YD, KY., ON MY-HOME m m l: is in Great Dritian was Htlplng Ont Anothtr. the air nt the close of the war, when Feel a real regard (or your fellow, the Ilritish air force was the largest men and some one will always help on the in Hilly Sunday's comment the world, according to a report you when you are In trouble. BL Nation-wid- e ratification of the made public lat week. It fought on Louis amendment, as printed In the World, more fronts than the air service of was as follows: The rain of tears Is any other nation and its successes Fatal Dlstaies. over. The slums will soon be n mem- were proportionately greater, it is Ilmnrhltls Is tho mot fntal illseaM ory. We will turn our prisons into saiil. In nngland; next comes consumption, factories, our Jails Into storehouses and then heart dlncase, pneumonia and scarlatina. and corn cribs. Men will walk upLife's Ortat Lesson. right now. Women will smile, chilThe lesson that life din Into us will laugh and hell will be for with such ceaseless Iteration that It Snakft Skin as Baromster. dren The skin of the blark diamond ratrent". i seems Impossible that any of us could ever fall to hear It Ti make haste tlesnake Is utilised as a barometer la Florida. When preserved like rawto be kind. Ilhoda llrousliton. Cleaning Gold Jewelry. hide nnd hung up tho skin will emit When denning jour gold Jewelry beads of moisture at tho first Indica- lirlllliinci you will add to tinof the tion of a storm. These Indications ocOatly ThoueM. stones If you ne wnrm suds made I Mill b as horrli ni truth nnd a casionally occur several hours before yellow soap and arm water to with nhlch has been added ten drops of sal tmcmiiprmiilslnis u Julkv. H'llllsns the arrival of the atmospheric disturb ance. l.lojd Harrison. volatile. 6 MILES FROM LANCAS leaving the government to stand the financial loss involved. Thursday Feb. 6th 1919, AT 10:00 O'CLOCK, A. M. SELL THE FOLLOWING PERSONAL PROPERTY, 1 EIGHT YEAR OLD SADDLE MARE, GENTLE FOR LADIES TO DRIVE; 1 EIGHT YEAR OLD HORSE, SOUND, AND GENTLE FOR LADIES TO DRIVE; 1 AGED HORSE MULE, ANDA GOOD WORKER; TO-WIT:-t- War Involves many sacrifices, and the tremendous loss which the government seems certain to sustain In its wheat deal is one of them. The agricultural interests of the country show no disposition to accept the sacrifice' themselves, consequently there is no course for the government to pursue other than to keep its word to purchase all wheat raised next yeart at the price stated. The appropriation proposed, all of which may be wiped out in the transaction, imposes a charge of $12.50 per capita upon the entire population of the country. In accepting the responsibility for supplying food to the allies during the war, the United States last year made a definite compact with the agricultural interests to buy the entire crop, as was done in 1918, at' the tame cruaranteed nricc. This action was considered nece.sary in order to stim- -' ulate the planting of additional acie- -' age in wheat. Production could only be increased by giving this guarantee, proceed upon the theory that the war and the government was obliged to would last over into 1919 and perhaps longer. Fiance, England, and Italy were taking all the wheat available in this country without questioning the price, nnd would continue te co so for the period of the war. Unfortunately for our Treasury this government had no agreement the purwith its allies to continue chase of wheat at a specific price after the cessation of hostilities, and as a result they are now buying their wheat from Argentina and Australia, where it can be purchased at little more than half the price which the farmer receives for it in America, The wheat of the Argentine and Aus- -' trails, while produced In plenteous supply, was not available during the war because of a lack of shipping, but the moment the armistice was signed England and France sent ships post huts to those countries to bring back cargoes of wheat, and now are taking from the United States only the quantity needed above that which they DR. j. w. m ' YEARLING HORSE MULE COLT; 1 TWO YEAR OLD HORSE MULE COLT; 1 TWO YEAR OLD SADDLE HORSE; 1 JERSEY COW, THREE YEARS OLD, TO BE FRESH IN MARCH, giving milk now; 3 TWO YEAR OLD STEERS, EXTRA GOOD ONES; 3 YEARLING STEERS, EXTRA GOOD ONES; 1 YEARLING HEIFER. 1 Six Nice Shoats, will weigh about 8Q lbs. Chiropodist FOOT DOCTOR Special attention given to all troubles of. the feet. Office One'Mowing Machine; One good wheat drill: "" Two Land Plows; One Corn Drill; Two Double Shovels; Plow: One Hill-sid- e One Two Horse Wagon; One A. Harrow: One Fodder Sled; Four Hemp Brakes; About 25 Barrels of Corn; One set of Wagon Harness, and a lot of plow gear.; "and other things too numerous to mention. -- TERMS made known on day of Sale. Hunn House STANFORD, KY., Every day except Monday and Thursday Henry Ray. A. T. SCOTT, Auctioneer.