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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): February 6, 1919 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1919 cen1919020601_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): February 6, 1919 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1919 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE CENTRAL RECORD. TWENTY NINTH THAR LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, JiWUl'm1!1 88. 1919. $Jjj NUMBER 44. We deliver (lour to any prl of tho city. Hudion, Huih.t and Ftnu. The V. C. T. U. will meet Saturday lit 2:30 nt Mrs. Klnnnlrd's. To have been a "Y" secretary, helping the lads In khaki maintuln proper morale, is an experience that many Bolshevism must mean the WAIt ItKCOKD sheet. These sheets men have yearned for and that many unwashed and the great unfed, for will contain the name anil address of others will look back upon with great soap am! food arc the panacea the soldier, the name apd address of pleasure, but to have been a "Y" secagainst It. his parents, his age, the camp where retary, to have received a handsome watch ns a Christmas present from Our men who were assaulted nnd he received first training, military officers nnd enlisted men of your peppered In France arc now anxloui address, promotions, casualties, etc. It it said that the record of each camp, to have been written up in the to he mustered out and hecon.e reaman In the Civil War was not obtain- camp souvenir books as "beloved by soned veterans. ed until a few years ago. But, If the all and sundry" and to have been friends. price The price of hutter and the relatives of soldier will lend their aid dubbed by the 100 per cent AmeriThough Mr. Anderson had been nn urn Heeini? wlilcli can roll now, while information can easily be cans who answered democracy's call, nf invalid for years, she made home for down hill fatter and the spectators obtained, the record of each man in "Dad" that, to borrow Briggs's famil- her boys and her brother, who were .are applauding the num. the service from Kentucky can be iar exclamation, would be a "grand prepared to know well the inevitable nnd glorious feeling". few months. was sure to come. Yet when tho Germany still icemi to have a large made within a To a Kenturkian, Albert II. Severwhen completed, These records, motherly spirit passed over the silent aupply of propaganda on hand, yet will be bound In permanent form and ance", of Stanford, has fallen this chasm, their grief was all the more the ha not been at all economical of He has recent made a part of the records of the pleasant experience. poignant, because of the empty It for the patt few year. ly been building secretary of the Y. and no one to minister unto. chair county, It recently came to the attention ,M, C. A. nt CarMrom Field, Arcndia, It l to be hoped that President Mrs. Anderson was n daughter of u!tragitis of the Kentucky Council of Defense Flu. The Christmas souvenir issued Josiah and Almlra Burnslde, pioneer the Wilson approves method of keeping the home tiret that a Kentucky boy had given his by the men nt thot camp an nttrac-lif- e citizens of Garrard County, at one In that In the performance of n most tively printed book, unique burning during hit abtencc. fnr.,11.. uu. tlm. n 1.,,.... .Will.., I.,,! 1. !,,. . ....... IUI..V ito.c which he had been nlthough 2,200 coplcir were issued ceaeu ner except one sister, .Mrs. uan tomethlng that we heroic act, for.Distinguished A gat mak it Service! every one of the scores of illustra-Cro- st awarded the Wnlker, of Wlchitn Falls, Texas, and can gladly tpare from the world't after his dcathrand that there (tions was n photographic print con-w- four brothers, Messrs Joe and James commodities It It one article that no permuncnt record of thit tains a picture of Mr. Severance and of this city, Dr. William Burnside of Ij neither beautiful norjweoming. award in hU county, nnd that hit par- - the following tribute to him: Barbourville, ami Allen Burnslde of I "Shake hands with him I Thit is New Lebanon, Ohio. We hear that Japan will bo the ent had dettroyed all letters they had XI received from the Government, not Uad ', known anil beloved by all and I Her three devoted sons arc Messrs next great nation to "go dry" sundry. be it said, is the S. II. and It. V. Anderson, that it will be better otT tnan tome of understanding the nature and value 'guiding "Dad", of this star of the destiny of that :city and J. B. Andersen, of of the letter. them, for It can drinkiU own ten. Chanute, ' bad', Kansas. Fortunately, the State Council had green and white, And now the king of Montenegro a record of this award of the Distin - 'for it it mainly duo to his energy and I Mrs, Anderson was seventy-si- x gulshcd Service Cross, and the cita- - personality that you catch the wirmth years old, n devout member of the hat been deputed. Kurope will land welcome patent in every corner Baptist church toon need to found nn atylun tion, which read as follows: and until her affliction -- lispl.iyed great .of the Interior. This is "Daft." nnd for it former kings and "Privnte- was a regular attendant at all of the courage under a heavyjthis it hit house, built for the Sons of church services. coolness and Only he wouldn't put it like Thu firnmni' polite fu'.'wcll t.i barrage when he unhesitatingly went.Mnn. Funeral services were conducted nt entangle-men" that. More: 'Hey, fellows, come on the grave Belgium contitted In the blowfiig up forward to dettroy wire last Tuesday afternoon, by extremely in'. That's 'Dnd' nil over". and continued this steel mills. They of twenty-seve- n her pastor, Rev. C. D. Strother, prekilled." ceding the interment in the Lancasare altogether too handy with ex- hazardous work until ThU Information has been furnishplosives. ter cemetery- boy's home ed to the Historian of this When our neighbors across the way county, and his nnme and record, toget their houses til order we shall be gether with this citation for bravery, all right, unlets our neighbor on the will be made n part of the permanent If was our pleasure to vifil the of south begins to throw brickbats over records of the county. No soldier may wear a uniform fice of Dr. M. K. Denny one day this the fence. The County Historian of this coun- other than that which he Is permitted week, not professionally, for it might If you tee aomobody bearing down ty wants the name, address, and mili- to retain when discharged from the not have been so pleasant in that upon you with the air and aspect of tary record of every person in the service, according to an order receiv- case, but we were agreeably surprised a general, he Is probably a second service from the county with a state- ed this week at Camp Zachary Taylor to see so well and elegantly equipped lieutenant who has not had his com- ment of casualties, promotions, news- from the War Department. This office and one so well adapted for his He has recently moved mission very long. paper articles, etc. action was taken by officials at Wash- profession. If you want the record of your sol- ington, it is said, to eliminate the into the Central Record building and Congress piling up legislation fcr for all the modern conveniences, Dr. President Wilson's signature sug- dier boy to be placed Inthe record of practice of buying new uniforms at Denny has it. gests to us baker making piet aid your county go at once to the histor- the time of discharge to wear home Every electrical instrument used setting them aside until the oven ran ian of your county, get a WAR, ltEC- - for the purpose of making a showing. in all modern dentistry, hot and cold The order also state that n soldier ORD blank, fill it out and return it to come home and bake them. This appeal Is direct- or officer may only wear the uniform water, right, at the chair, and various the Historian. A man who holds Liberty Bond ed particularly to the mothers and while actually on the journey home. appliances that go to make up office. would not usually be pointed out as sister of soldiers. This will prevent the practice which really In fact he a "bloated bondholder". Do not stop here. Give a part of has prevailed among both the enlisted lias usually grown rather thin in his your time to the County Historian nnd commissioned personnel of the efforts to pay for the bonds. and assist her in getting information army of wearing the uniform while Sunday School 0:45 A. M. Prof. prompt and as to the soldiers in your part of the engaged in civilian pursuits and one P. II. Hopkins, superintendent. The Irish Itepublir, that is calculated to bring it into disAt 11 A. M. The pastor will speak ready, is peeping out behind the cur county. Soldiers now returning from the repute unless checked. on "The Chief Attraction of Chris tain, waiting for her cue. But Kng Under present law a soldier mutt tianity". land may be prompter, In which case army are urgently requested to call on the County Ilistorlnn, fill out a return the uniform issued him by the The evening subject, 7:15 "A the cue will not come nt all. three months Good Soldier". blank for themselves and urge other Government within During the war the price of food returning soldiers to fill blanks and after receiving his discharge. An of At 0:30 P. M. the young people will ficer is also forbidden to wear the meet to discuss the question of Increased 83 per cent and the price of thus aid the County Historian. a B. I clothing 03 per cent How proud wc Let us now get the military record uniform, which in almost all cases is Y. P. U. his personal property, except on oc" should be that our abilities were tuf of every man in the service. WANTED the cooperation of flcient both to clothe nnd feed ut ilur The Historian for Garrard County caslons of ceremony. every Baptist In the community, and ing the time. Clothiers are forbidden to solicit the prayer of every child of is Mrs. Fisher Herring, Lancaster, Ky. , God. orders or deliver uniforms to soldiers C. D. Strother, Pastor. Our soldier while in this country about to bo discharged. Agents of had probably heard something about firms who persist in selling uniforms the cost of French dress's and milliBy after they havo been warned against nery. This may have something to As administrator of the estate of the practico will be prohibited from do with the fact that few of them conducting business at the canton the late Judge C. A. Arnold, Mr, have married French girls. Ashby Arnold will sell the live stock ment. and Implements of this estate next Major John J. Phillips, son of the The Somerset Journal says that a Thursday, Feb'y 13th. Dinner on Hereford "male cow" sold there liitt late Mr. and Mr. Louis T. Phillips, the ground. Read the advertisement week for $160. Now if thu Journal was a visitor in our town for a few In this issue. nnn will stir ii'nund among the busi- hour yesterday. Major Phillips has Mr. Ashby Arnold has Just closed es ul'u find a "'cnm'.o bull". It stiuld made a wonderful military record Fifty-Tw- o since his enlistment Into the service a deal for the beautiful country home bring the owner fortune about 14 years ago. being now onlvi of the late Judge C. A. Arnold, loca- Mr. S. B. Henry informs us that he Belgium's guest so thirty-five- . Having been i 'ed four miles from Lancaster on the had fifty-tw- o burials in the Lancaster long, Germany nfter her departure ' considered one P1"- He wear a number of medals giv-- 1 "bread-and-buttmight.at least have sent a of the best, if not the best, farms in cemetery during the year 1018, which letter" to her. But we en him by the government and while tho county. The house had been ex is about the normal number. He alha makes no claims for his records, have yet to hear that such a tenslvely improved during tho life of so Informs us that during the five been received at Bruttels. his medals show that he Is the best Judge Arnold and has always attrac- weeks of this year he has already had ride and pistol shot in California. seventeen burials, mora than double I'rlncess I'atricia of Connaught, From a private he has risen to tho ted attention to motorists in passing the number of any previous month. marry for love, hue; folded rank of Major in the Adjutant Gen over this splendid highway. The about to up her title of princess, tied a blue erals department of the United State farm contains 235 ucrcs and the purribbon Ubout It and laid it away in the Army. He has Just received his dis chase price wat $275.00 an acre. Mr. Arnold will get possession next royal storehouse to await the next charge papers and regrets it exceedAll three of the banks in the city She will take her hus- ingly that ho did not get ir.to the for- January. claimant. will close their .doors from 12 to 1 band's name and title. "All for love eign service. o'clock each day during the dinner and the world well lost", Princess hour. Patrons of these banks are He will return to his home at Los Has A. J. Sutton, who went to asked not to call during this hour. Pati Angeles, California, whern ho will Texu or Mexico about 15 or 20 yearc Ireland's "Joan of Arc", Countess take up the study of law, to which lie ago, any relatives in Garrard county? Georgian Markicwicz, elected to the ban ulready given some of his time. He has been visiting his uncle, Mr. His .lother was iianttrt Elliubet' SutBritish Parliament on the Sinn-Fei- n The expressions of sympathy and WilIU.ni Glass and left for Stanford ton and died about six yearj ago. tokens of love ticket, Is Irish born and Polish and condolence exle.nve informa'.'ou at this oil Ire rled, a hyphenation' that meant for yesterday where he will visit other tended to us in the lots of our dear something doing In the uprising line. relative! and friends. child and nephew, will ever linger In He wts born in Garratd county Red, Altike, Sapling, white twest our hearts and for all of which we She It the only. woman elected to ParShe is nleaslni? in aDucar. and li well remembered by his old clover, timothy, rod top, orchard are deeply gratefuL liament. hearty Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ware, ras and Ky. Blue Crass soed. ance, having an Intellectual, refined' friendi who gave him Mis Hudson, Hugh Sallle Lou Myers. and Farnau. lace with nobly modelled features. I wishes to keep before the public the Southern weather rpent n great historical work which is now tjjiug of the winter In tl.o North thu done under IM supervision In every pint yenr. county In the Stnte, and to ask the as sistance of every person who lus n The former Knlicr oppcars to he In the service. living up to the old adage:- - ''Say relative County Historians have been apnothing nml saw wood." pointed In practically every county in When the Germons low the nick- the State. The firtt work which they n are undertaking It to get a record of name of Bodies and Hum It will he every perron In the service from their sign of a regenerated Germany. record on a great county nnd to write this n Concerning: DEATH CLOSES DEATH CALLS KHAKI BOYS History of Kentucky's Only Child of Mr. and Business Pay High Tribute To Life of Mrs. Sue Burn-sid- e Part in The War. Anderson. "Dad" Severance. And Newspaper. Mrs. Richard Ware. The Kentucky Council of Defense Well-Know- Tuesday's Couricr-Journ- ran a capital likeness of our good friend, Albert IScvernnce, of Stanford, who always wears n smile that wont come off even when posing for his picture. Albert Is doing line work ns a "Y" secretary and paper says: Die article in Tuesday's Denth has been busy nmong citizens of Garrnrd county recently, nnd tho roll of those whose leaving cause many heartaches was nddjd the name of Mrs. Suo Burnslde Andcrjoti, who passed away at her home on Danville street last Monday morning nt eight o'clock. Six years ago Mr. Anderson was stricken with n distressing paralysis, which confined her to her chair until n,few days before her heath. This was a most trying affliction to one with her tireless activity, accustomed always to minister, nnd not to be min istered unto, but she accepted it with Christian resignation, cheerfully accepting the love and watchcare, so generously lavished upon her by her children and other loved ones nnd What Merchant The sad death of Louis Mclvin Lancaster Wore, only child of Mr. and Mrs. Thought And What The Richard Ware, of Birmingham, AlaLouisville Courier-Jour-nbama, was a great shock to his many friends in this city. After n short Thinks. al ..n The writer was walking along our thoroughfare this mnin business morning when he saw a friend, n mer chant, standing nonchalantly in front of his store. Bantering him the newspaper man suggested that an ad in THE CENTRAL RECORD would put him behind his counters. The merchant replied : "Yes, I know that but I don't want to kill myself working. I like to get out here once in n while nnd enjoy the ozone, see the blue sky and hear tho pigeons coo, nnd look here. Bob, I've been thinking that I really ought not to have to advertise so much. I've been here in business for several years. I've been nt this same stand. I've handled the same I sell merchandise all that time. only reliable goods. I've treated the public fair and square. Now they know nil about me and when they need they know they can come right here nnd get it. Now, Illness of diptheriu, the spirit of tho dear little boy took its flight last Friday morning. He was three and a half years old and was the brightest and most lovable child the writer ever has known. May God comfort his parents ns theyslt alone amid the desolate ruin of a once happy fire side: 'Waiting, waiting, waiting for tho touch of a vanished hand, For thcsound of a voice that is still". Alter appropriate services me re mains were laid to rest in the Lancas ter cemetery last Saturday afternoon. The sympathy of the community go out to the fond parent and other relatives in their latest sorrow. Tho little fellow was a nephew of MIhj Sallie Lou Myers and her name-sak- ' JOHN G. DOTY. The subject of this brief notice was the son of Capt. John G. Doty nnd his wife, who before her marriage, was Miss Mnrgaret Royston, and was thus related to some of tlu best people of Garrard County. Had he lived till the 10th of March he would have completed his forty- sixth year. He died Jan. 30th, at his home near Marksbury where he had lived for the last five years. On Jan. 30th, 1897, he i.irrried Miss Mary Doores, whom, with eight children, he leaves to mourn his untimely dcith. Besides his immediate family, he leaves two brothers nnd one sister, A. Boyle and William Crow Doty and Mrs. Jake White. He was a man with many friends, and no enemies. For many years he was a member of the Paint Lick Presbyterian church. He was a good man and one that will be greatly missed by a large circle of relatives and friends. There was a gentleness and kindness in his very manner that his friends will not soon forget. He was by nature a gentle-maHe loved his friends and that begot in others a love for him. Though cut short by a premature death his life was not by any means a failure. The influence of his gentleness and kindness will live long in the memory of those who knew and loved him. What he was has gone into the Great Beyond while what he possessed is left here. , isn't thnt correct reasoning?" "Well, my friend," said the newspaper man, "I enn't stop right now to show you tho fallacy of your logic, for I must go to tha office to look after the advertisement of another a sure-enouwho recently celebrated her fiftieth anniversary in business, namely, THE COURIER-JOURNAWc know 1 THE COURIER-JOURNAts achievements in the past, its steady progress witli the forward march of lime and events, nnd yet when the Old Lady wants to get results she gets them by the quickest, surest route, by ADVERTISING. And when she wants to reach this section, she advertises in THE CEN TRAL RECORD, another leader, if in a smaller way, in the progress nnd welfare of the community it serves, Watch THE CENTRAL RECORD to day. It is not a 'courtesy' ad., by the way, but it is paid for in cash, at our established card rates, without quibble or question. Well, after nil I did stop long enough to give you nn answer to your question, didn't I? But, so long." "Hey, wait a minute, Bob. I Just want to tell you I'll see you in the morning about another contract, believe mine' about out, isn't it? You durn Journalists can always upset nil my comfortable reasoning and you sure do put n fellow to work". ABANDON KHAKI IS ORDER GIVEN Dealers Are Warned. Well Equipped Office. Remembered in Will, Mr. H. O. Hanke, who died in Cin January 26th. in his eighty-sixt- h year was well remembered in Lancaster, where he often visited Mr. and Mrs. R. Zimmer. He left a valuable estate and in his will he bequeathed to Mrs. Green Clay Walker of this city, $5,000, and 300 shares of mining stock located near Salt Lake City, Utah. The stock is said to be very valuable. In his will he also remembered Mr. Joe Renner, Cincinnati, a brother of Mrs. Zimof mer and with whom Mr. Hanke made his home. Baptist Church. OLD GARRARD BOY Heartily Welcomed Friends Here. Administrators Sale. BEAUTIFUL Miss Emma HajsTiad the message from Colorado Springs, Col, Monday telling of the death in the Glocker Sanitarium there of her cousin, Miss Alma Shelton Hays, aged 31. She had been a tubercular sufferer for several years and her death was not a surprise to her close friends and relatives here. Miss Hays was a daughter of Hugh Hays and Mrs. Pat-ti- e Bcazley Hays, both of whom have crossed the great divide. Price Hays a brother, has also died since leaving this county, and Miss Hays was the last of the family. She was a splendid young woman and her many W. C. Rose, of the county, charged friends here sorrow that she is no with the killing of Otto Graves in more. For many years she had been Lexington, last November, resulted a consistent member of the Christian in his acquittal and complete exon church. It is thought that the burial Ineration at his trial in Lexington last will occur at Colorado Springs terior Journal. week. Rose was defended by J. E. Robin son of tills city. c'nnati on Miss Alma Hays Dead. ' Rose Acquitted. Lane. Country Home Sells. Burials. "nKn " The death Angel visited the home of Mr. and. Mrs. Thomas Lane and In this issue of the Record appears claimed for it victim, two of their the sale advertisement of Robert darling little boys, Willie and Earl, Quiscnberry, who will sell soe num one died tho 17th and the other the ber one mules and horses at the stock 25th. They contracted influenza, later which pens of tho Danville Ice nnd Coal developing into pneumonia Company, on Monday February 17th. caused their death. Willie was the Read the udv. There is something seventh child and Earl was the youngest of nine children. They leave to there you may want. mourn their loss, their parents, and Stock Sale. Owner Found Closed At Noon. Information Wanted. The wrist watch advertised in our last Issue proved to be the property of Miss Annie Blanks near Marksbury. She Is very grateful to the finder, Mr. W. II. Brown, and the Record for locating it for her. three brothers and four sisters. It falls with a crushing blow upon their devoted parents, and fond sisters and brothers. Much sympathy is felt for the bereaved one Jn this their dark hour of trial. The little bodies were laid to rest In the Richmond cemetery. Card of Thanks. Card of Thanks. We wish to many friend and relatives who were so kind and sympathetic to us during our sickness and the death of our hus band and father, also for the beautiful floral offerings, especially from the 9th and 12th grade of the High school. Mrs. Mary Doty and children. THE HEN THAT LAYS IS THE HEN THAT PAYS She cannot lay at this season of extend thanks to our the year unless she Is given n tonic to tone up the dormant egg organs. B. A. THOMAS' POULTRY REMEDY Is a guaranteed egg producer, for it contain the Ingredient necessary to egg production. Get it today. Begin reaping these big egg profits. W. A. DICKERSON. the Central Record, Thursday, Feb 6. 1919 DC 31 IC 31 IC THE RUBY RING By ALICIA BOCKELMAN. (Copyright, 11I. Mr MrClurs Syndicate.) USED AUTOMOBILES. Now is the time to buy and savelmoney. guarantee every'car we sell. We Ntmpaper Safer and Better. LOOK US OYER and GIVE US A DEPOSIT. Loans $1150.00 1018;Buick Roadster passenger 550.00 1915Bulck,rflve 625.00 19164Oakland, five passenger 1 916.0verland, five passenger 600.00 Three 1917 Fords $400., $425., $4.50 SEE US AT ONCE. The Danville Buick Do L. DTCONN, Proprietor. WalnutlStreet. 31 II DanvilleKentucky. IC 31 1C I !1 6L&flRflN6E AH SALE. I I 0 1 Winter goods, such as Sweaters, Underwear, and Flannel Shirts must go at once, regardless of cost, See poster for prices. I 1 I Sander's Variety Store. WE SELL FOR LESS. "If I could only have a ruby ring," sighed Margaret Kendall, "liut fnther nml mother seem determined to give roe something rite." She win ruling on the front porch with flushed cheeks nml nn angry iron I clouded her beautiful face. She pushed aside her curly, black hair, which the wind would blow In her cyeS to Irritate her itlll more. "Margaret," a voice called from "you had better dry your tears and look cheerful." "Oh, mother, how can I be happy when you will not giro ma whnt I want (or n graduation present," fretted Margaret. "Child, enough of that foollshnesY You hare several rtngt already enough for any girl of your age, A roby ring I No, Indeed, you ahull not hare It." "I didn't want a gold wrist watch, mother." "Why, Margaret, you hare been asking for one all along until thla new Idea of a ruby ring came Into your head. Whatever " Why doesn't father buy rue onel" Interrupted Margaret. rather haa already bought you n Hut, Margaret, my in pearl pendant. dear. It Is four o'clock and you hare never once thought of Aunt Mehlta- be). She will be waiting at the sta tion for you I" exclaimed Mrs- - Ken dall. "Dear me I wish Aunt Mehltabel would forget to come to my graduation," complained Margaret, going to the garage. As the drove up the afreet Mrs. Ken dall breathed a sigh of relief. "Well, rhe la off at last. If Margaret would only like Aunt Mehltabel 1" I In a few minutes Margaret waa at tho station as the train was dlsaDnear- fjy Ing around Atlantic Hill. She was Jumping out of the machine when ChnrtlA Mnti(ir.ni.rv ImrrlMl fin fn thA W station curb. "Why, Charlie," she asked, "what are you doing here)" I "Oh, I waa to meet two of my col-- I leg chums on leave from camp," he panted. "Aro you to meet someone, tool" I $253,552.00 Overdrafts 2,537.01 Bonds - . - - 10,730.00 Cash and Due from National Banks 97,314,38 U. S. Treasury Certs and War Savings 10,727.67 Banking House 3,000.00 Capital Stock - - $ 16,000.00 Surplus and Profits 21,126.04 DEPOSITS - 349,735.02 February 1st, 1919. MOTTO "Remember us when you have money and we will you when vou have none." -- Your Business Solicited, $386,861,06 . $386,861.06 PEOPLES BANK, Lanterns of Horn. Refresh Your Principles. I.nnlcrns of horn wero used by both When n man starts afresh, either Greek anil Itomnns; they put lamps with the newness of n new year or Into them for the purpose of lighting with the stimulus of altered circum- themselves home on moonless nights. stances or with tho Inspiration of a new work, what Ids Mart ought to do Palm Brushes. for him l to refresh the deepest prinThe same Chinese palm which prociples by which he lives. Phillips vide the ordinary palmleaf fans are llrook. now being cultivated for fiber as well as for leaves. The outer portion of a Swimmer Falls. When the leaf stems Is removed, the fiber Many n man who boasts of his abil- rut Into different lengths, and the ity as n swimmer will flounder around product Is rrndy to Im shlpiHil to the utterly helpless In the sea of a wom- United States for use In brush manu-- ' an's tears. Florida Times-Union- . facture. PAINT LICK. KENTUCKY. . Treadmill for Chickens. To make chickens take exercise necessary for growth, an Imetitor has patented n fml tox In front of which Is a rcvoKlng platform over which they must scramble to get anything to eat Origin of Apple Dumplings. A dumpling Is a good old l.'ngllsh dish and conies from the word dump-e-n, that meant to throw down suddenly and the diminutive ending ling. Tim Idea was a little rake that was made throning raw rough dough Into boll- '"C Wheat and Flour. No wheat thousands of years old haa ever been known to germinate, many yarns to the contrary notwithstanding. Baking tests have alsq been made by the department of agriculture, showing a distinct Inferiority of the Alaska wheat flour as a bread producer. "Mora likely someone Is watting for me," replied Margaret. "Oh, Charlie, look at Aunt Mehltabel arguing with one of the porters. Do you remember i nerjrranscnpi. ,.of course, I do." lauahed Charlie: "but look at my friends, the young lieutenants, witnessing the parley." Mixed. A certnln professor was struggling The tardy pair rushed up to the to make clear the point that both newcomers, and aftar salutations, Putting It In Clothes.,. have an equal Influence upon traductions and apologies Aunt Mehlta-- a "Har, hnr," said the facetious feller, child. "For." he said gravely, "n bel and Margaret were handed Into as he slyly dropped a dime In his waistcoat pocket, "here Is where I In- man Is as much the son of his father I their auto and had started homeward. as he Is the daughter of his mother 1" "Land's sake,"chlld, why were you vest n little money." so late?" scolded the tired traveler. "I delayed to tease mother to give me nrjiby ring for graduation, but ,she"won't," confessed her designing i niece. Eyes "Ituby ring stuff and nonsensel"jj j cried Aunt Mehltabel. Will it wns grauuation nigni. Jiargarci to her , was putting tho last touches pretty gown, when a warning call from downstairs told her It was time she I was ready. I "Just a moment," she answered, tak- I! Ing another survey of herself. I Being satisfied she snatched up her outer garments and sped downstairs. Aunt Mehltabel was waiting for her In the lower hall. "Murgaret, hero Is a useful present for you," she said solemnly, handing her youthful kinswoman n book, Margaret glanced at Its title, "Household Arts." .asV-LXTnmkj&W&R saaaaiWatatataataBtaMSaM "Th thank you very much. Aunt. vMik1JDas??PrH?AViB1AViBWtKH bbbhIe a?ATiaaarfcaw,. W ' You are. s so kind," she stammered. The graduation exercises were about to begin. Margaret heard her name called softly. Turning around, she saw Charlla In a soldier's uniform. "Come," he said quickly, "come a little way from the door. I have something to say to you." Margaret followed htm, someubnt bewildered. "I hare been ordered to Camp 1 and nlsh to say goodby. I Ontcda d would like to have you accept thla Glimpse of Magnificent Exposition Grounds at Columbus, O being little gift from me as a keepsake." for a display of Methodist activities from alt parts of the glob. Insert shews Or, D. D. Forsyth, Philadelphia, Chairman of ths Joint Charlie drew a small box' from his Centenary Committee of the M. E. Church. i pocket, pressed the spring, and Mar- -' garet saw a ruby ring! O. (Special.) Methodist ministers and layman to the COLUMUUtl, "Why, how " began Margaret, asthousands are getting their concrete notions of what the tonished. Methodist Centenary Celebration, to be held here June 20 to July 7, will "Oh, don't hesitate to take It. Your be like. Attending a special regional meeting, at which men Uke Dtsbop Aunt Mehltabel told me what I might Wtlaoa. K. A. Ward and Fred 11. Fisher of New York; Bishop McDowell, give you," ho pleaded. Washington; Bishop Warne, India; 8. Earl Taylor, director general of the "It Is Just what I wanted, but I celebration; D. D. Forsyth, Philadelphia; C. F. Ilelsner, New York; Edgar didn't think It would come from you. Blake, Chicago, aid It. S. Cushman, New York, are speakers, they have I shall wear It aa a talisman. Hut still enjoyed aa opportunity to visit the eipoiltlon grounds where for weeks you will come back from camp soon," past work has been In progress preparing for the tremendous celebration (or wblch It Is expected that more than 100,000 Methodists will Journey to sho added, anxiously. I Colasnfetu from all parts of the United States. "Not until I've been 'over there," There The spacious buildings already provided by the state of Ohio are being Charllo answered, smilingly.. r Adifled and sxteaded to meet the peculiar needs of the Methodist Celebra-teewas no smile on Margaret's face and This will visualise to pastor and laymen the work of the church at all the light went out of her eye. kosns aad the work of the church abroad. Here will be seen, with all the "You will wrltol" he asked. Mellty aad detail of a world exposition, the natives of all the countries I "Yes," she said, putting her hand to hi which the Methedlst church operates as a missionary force. Here, too, his outstretched one. Tbsy were partvUl be set forth all the work In thla country. Essentially the entire world ing, perhaps never to meet again la of Methodism will be brought to Columbus and displayed In Its original this world so he kissed her reverent- eelote and with all the circumstance and surrounding of its various on the gloae. .. Two special pageaats are being planned and many lesser ones. A j The opening measures of tho grand oc the celebration will be a symbolic representation of the drawing march were beard and Margaret went together of all the nations of the earth through the gospel of Christ. back to her place and whispered to a Ia outer to care for thj throngs that are certain to be In attendance of lier dearest friends, aa eaaaatlTS bureau already has been organised. Itegletratlons sod reserva-- I little group do you think my new gift "Girls, what tests already are being made for Interested Methodists throughout Ike Uaited atatai. chop-uK. B. Diets on, organising secretary ef the Centenary Celebration, as I "Whatt" came the questioning eece eiiac tws satire foot of a large oSce builitng, wHa the t&osdemtal "A, ruby ring," she answered, with a sawn e aeelstaajtf to take cars of the work. sob la bar vole. Right Sequence. A Denver doctor says tint Inking a alp of lemon Juice before n kiss will render the germs harmless. First the lemon, then the sugar, thj Boston of the World Where Methodist Center Next June and July TOBACCO - - - TO THE - - - zW.iV'rw&BBKrjm"iLKmKBmB LANCASTER r TOBACCO WAREHOUSE STANFORD STREET. C. A. SPEITH CO., MCRS. We Pay the Highest Market Price and load the Same Day. Un- l"'. i.r NO COMMISSION 1 CHARGED. Residence 245. s Warehouse Phone 34 . m 1 The Central Record, Thursday, Feb 6 1919. MT. HEBRON Those who have been ill with flu in this locality nro Improving. The Infant of Mr. nnJ Mrs. Frederick died Inst Sunday night after a few days illness with lAtcrment In Mt. Hebron cemetery on Monday afternoon, at 3 o'clock. Much sympathy Is extended the family. Mr. Millard Ilnrnm sold a cow on Thursday price $100. Pure wheat bran, Ky. Farm Feed, wheat middlings, rye middlings, mixed feed. Hudaon, Hughes and Farnau. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Wolker of Poor Itldgc nnd Miss Hemic Montgomery were with Mr. nnd Mrs. F. W. Montgomery Sunday afternoon. Mr. Joseph Micks who has been quite sick is some better. Klcgantly equipped oirirc of M. K. Denny, Dontlit now !n Centra! lice-or- d pjanaS The Greates Goody-Lan- d 5" j jf jjjl j llOU know realm of 6 the child- - mi &! will sell to the highest and best bidder, at the residence of the late A. Arnold, on the Lexington pike, on jt'n If' . hood dreams is a and sweets. Make some of i J 1 1 luildirig. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Murphy nnd Mr. Joseph Hicks were In Lexington last Tuesday to see the latters sister, Mrs. Belle Bailey who is very sick. Two daughters of Mr. William of near Ilryantsvllte, who died of influenza, Wednesday, were Interred in the Mt. Hebron cemetery on Thursday Feb. 13, 19. Beginning promptly at.lO:00 A. M., the following property t: 3 brood mares, in foal to Jack; 3 two year old mules; 1 good driving horse; to-wi. BI'bt ySV KSSr Imi those dreams a Thursday nftcrnoon. " Hcv. I). F. Sebastian pastor who has been ill, was not able to fill his appointment here Sunday. Rev. Edward Lawson enmc in his stead and preached an interesting sermon. On account of the flu situation the congregation was small and no night service. Mrs. Scott Huffman who was taken seriously 111 Sunday was taken to the Danville Hospital Sunday evening. ' 1 yearling steer; e wagons; 1 mowing machine; 1 wheat drill; 2 Riding cuitivutors: 1 Steel Roller; 1 corn planter; 2 Smoothing Harrows; 2 Cutting Harrows; e sled; 1 wheat fan; 15 4 Turning plows; 4 double shovels; 1 hemp brakes; 1 hay frame; 1 rock bed; 2 stacks good mixed hay; 10 tons vheat straw, baled; 150 barrels of corn in crib; 2 tons sheaf oats; 2 sets of vagon harness; 3 sets of plow gear. Other things too numerous to men-io2 two-horstwo-hors- 54 shouts; work mule; weanling mules; 2 good Jersey milch cows: 8 brood sows; 19 ewes and lambs: 1 Deering binder, good as new; 1 hay rake; 1 2 lL ll H$Fc WmziSK reality delightful by taking home 1 1 g I WR,GLEYS How sWP about , TERMS MADE KNOWN ON DAY OF SALE. DINNER ON GROUND. Ashby Arnold, Administrator. POINT LEAVELL. Palmer . tisses Cclia nnd Myrtle ,ve returned home from a vUlt to (elr aunt, Mrs. Tom Traylor at anford. Mrs. W. T. King U lmpro'ing nfter Mvcre attack of the flu. Mr. John Coins nnd family are reMr. Tom Hurt and family are vii-In- g her parenU, Mr. and Mn. 1C. K. covering from flu. " t arsons. Mr. Jim Hester bought of John Colson, n seven year old horse for Miss Annie Belle Burnsido !i rapidly nnd will bo at homo one hundred dollars. n n few days. Mr Mrs Sam Ramsey of pent Thursday night with his ion, Kmory McWhorter. Mr. Kincaid of Corbin has returned home after a visit to his father-in-laMr. W. M. Smith. Mr. Author ilester of Tobias Neb., is visiting his cousin, Mrs. John Col-so- SEALED TIGHT DALTON. '1 ' t -KEPT RIGHT ft The friends were greatly shocked Wednesday morning to hear of the death of Mrs. Delia Stone Dalton, wjfe of Mr. Sam Dalton, which occurred at the home of her sister, Mrs. Felix Lane near Orchard Grove. She was taken sick with flu while visiting at this place and developed pneumonia. She had suffered intensely but n. She was thought to be Improving. was about 18 years of age and had been married two years. She united with the Baptist church nt this place about five years ago, and had been a regular attendant at the services when possible. She leaves a husband,' father, four brothers and six sisters ( to mourn the loss Funeral services Much Effort, Little Result. We've Met the Lady, were conducted at the grave Thurs- "Some men." sold Uncle Eben, "ll A mfM,crn n0Tl.n.t ,icrlbes a lady Dey buzzes around ajt day morning by Rev. J. W. Mahan.'wlth whose like some of us arc nor like top. after which the remains we laid to wholly unfamiliar. "One moment," ha around and don't never git nowheres." rest here. Their many friends ex-- ! says, "you thlrifc you are great chums, press much sympathy for tne sorrow- and the next you wonder If you've ever Like as Not; Like at Not been presented. Iioston Transcript. ing ones. As children we used to think that the sardines came from Sardinia. Now Maine cans and sends out $10,000,000 Find the Right Handle. Hew World la Colored. Everything, as Eplctctus once 6a!d, worth a year, and claims there are no After all, the kind of world one carparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Falmcr, has two handles. Taking hold of It better ones on the market. We supIn oneself Is the Important Mr. and Mrs. John Colson spent ries about thing, and the world outside takes all by one, we find It unbearable; taking pose the olive oil the fish are packed Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Tevis Kay- - Its grace, color and value from that. hold by the other, we discover It to In comes from Mississippi or South Carolina. Brooklyn Eagle. be easily and pleasantly borne. burn of Paint Lick. James Russell Lowell. l.all ana gat a I r copy ol our Evry Day Almanac, containing pos tal Information, helps and hints to farmers, signs and taasons,. gardeners tables, weights, facts on religion, government and things everyone ought to know. Hudson, Hughes and Farniu. The Flavor and Mr. Theo McWhorter hat returned l'rcachersvllle, spent Sunday with Mr ome after recovering from flu at the and Mrs. Hayden Naylor. ome of his Krand-parcntMr. and Mr. ond Mrs. J. T. Royston spent Ira. W. T. King. Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. John AnStnnfey Parson is very 111 of derson. Mr. ncunionia at hi home in I'latwoods. Mr. and Mrs. Pruitt Thompson of Mr. K. C. McWhorter of Lexington Gilberts Creek spent Sunday with her Care of Steel. Steel knives nnd oilier steel articles which nre not In general uo may bo kept from riming If they nri dipped In n strung solution of Kudu, one part water to four of soda, then wiped dry with llminel Hid kept In a dry place li,' M p"jh am. mnw .. '. s i $eaw i in v mum immm IP 'A SOE1E EXPERT STENOGRAPHER. I am ready to do your typewriting. I take shorthand dictation and can come to yourj office any evening or after banking hours. Oif ice at Gulley House, phone 166. My rates are reasonable and will appreciate DR. alHSaU li ! J. W. Weber Chiropodist Hal. (laall ii f i S ! !N R I MS n li I,. 1,1" ill 5 H ? iS5' immm yourservices. 'rnrnrir.ii irirUl r IT'S NOT YOUR HEART IT'S YOUR KIDNEYS It no rasprrttr of KUntr tuns, a niajomj ui in iui m le t I im bs tntrttl bue k to kidney trouble. kldnaya are tha moat Important Th may ara in a ATiraaa or tha body, i&Uterera. tha purifiers, of your blood. Kidney aiaaaaa is uauauy inuicaieu oj waarlnvsa, alatpleaanras, nervoueneaa, daapondancy, backache, atomach trouble, pain la lolna and lower abdomen, call atones, gravel, rheumatlam, sciatica and luinbigo. All theao daranirements ara nature' slirnala to warn yUu that tha kldnaya You should use OOll need halp. Mi: DAI Haarlem Oil Capsulss Irauia- - HUGH MOBLEY. FOOT DOCTOR Special attention given to all troubles dla f a dlatsly; The oothintr, hvalhiK ol! tha kidney rt1ievea lutlamma Hons atut destroys tha irerma which hava causae It. Do not wlt until to morrow. Oo to your drutegtat today and lualst on GOU Mi; DAL, MaarUm Oil Capsules. In twenty-fou- r hours you should fael health and vlsror raturnlnar and wilt blaas tha day you Aral haard or OUU) MKiAI Haarlem OH. Aftar you faal that you hara curad youraalf, contlnua to taka ona or two fl)8Ulaa aach day, ao as to kaap li first-Clacondition and ward off tha danvar of othar attacks. Aak for tha original Imported GOLD MKUAL brand. Thra alwa. Monay r fuodsd tf thar do sot halp you. of.thefeet. Office Bmokespot with Prince Albert it hits you so fair and square. It's a scuttle full of jimmy pipe and cigarette makin's sunshine and as satisfy ing as it is delightful every hour of the twenty-fouIt's never too late to hop into the Prince Albert pleasure-pastuto give you more For, P. A. is trigger-read- y tobacco fun than you ever had in your smokecareer. rl 1 help YOU can't every cutting loose joy'us time you flush youi re That's because it has the quality. Hunn House STANFORD, KY., Every day except Monday u Thursday that P. A. did not bite your tongue or parch your throat. And, it never wilt! For, our exclusive patented process cuts out bite and parch. Try it for what oils your tongue! R. Quick as you know Prince Albert you'll write it down J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, WtMtoa-Saks- a, N. C f The Central Record, Thursday, Feb 6, 1919. CARDS." tS 4t . GUNN'S CHAPEL. k t?nf MS M. S. HATFIELD DENTIST Office ever The Garrard Dank Office S. Resilience 376. Phones KENTUCKY. LANCASTER, tey You jutt can't Lccp chilJren fror.l , wading In wster rnj trampling ihrou!i luih an J snow, 1 ut ycu cm ice that they do not sutler wlrfi coughs, colds, croup, ore throali or bronchitis following lL Foley's Honey hsve whenTar and they it Juit what they ouiht to coughing. It makes them feci wcrm end comfortable, tqites good, toothci a raw Inflamed throat, and prevent! scrlcut re,lts from the wetting and chill. lr.. E. J. H.J.rJ.Cowltbf. With., writes"-Fo- lr 's Hooey aoJ T.r It the b.t eouih m.d. kto. 1 erer uej. I .Iwsr. setplt lata. Immim. eure lor couch. ooj coKW Or. Win. 0. Pryor, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. Office ut Rainey come In, cold and wet, inee:bj and l.lvery Stable. I. witter. - Kentucky Ai STORMES DRUG STORE. J. J. Byrne Exclusive Optometrist DANVILLE, - KENTUCKY. Opposite Gilcher Hotel. Office Hour. 8 to 12 and 1 Bingen On The Rhine. When I was still n tow-hea- d kid across an ancient spell. And had to do as I was bid or catch all ballyel: I still recall with maudlin curse the day I had to rise And kick in with some foolish verse with terror in my eyes: "Beneath the Spreading Chestnut Tree" "The Ride of Paul Revere" "Upon a Stern and Rock-boun- d Coast" and others just as sere; But from the list which stands accurst where nightmares still cn- -' twine, The one that I recited first was "Bin-e- n on the Rhine". to S p.m. J. A. Beazlev MINERAL OmVe DIRECTOR 27 Oldt Natlons.1 Bank. Kiiidince filing 3. Office Phone LANCASTER. KY. Acli Gott! The morning I arose upon the schoolhouse stand,. With pallid checks and shaking, toes nnd tremors of the hand, My heart went up to meet my mouth, my bulging eyes grew dim, My tongue was drier than a drouth along Sahara's rim; Kontuckv Paint Lick, "A soldier of the legion lay" and then with starting tears. I stopped without a word to say, for 1 forgot Algiers. And that s why heart and soul still VETERINARIAN. burn and cold chills soak the spine. Day or Promptly Call. Answered Each time my morbid thoughts return NijM. Phone 317. to Bingen on the Rhine. KENTUCKY I.ANCASTE11. And now agiinit the Hun's abode with steady tramp along, The old Third Army hits the road, two hundred thousand strong: As dim dawns from the eastward creep the vanguards down the plain Fine Cut Flowers. They hold their sector of the sweep that started from Lorraine. John M. McRoberts. I don't know yet where Bingen stands upon the bally mop. Xor yet which allied army lands upon B. its waiting Ian: But while for war and all its hell I can't say that I pine, I'd like to drop at least one shell in STANFORD, - KENTUCKY. Bingen on the Rhine. Lieut. Grantland Rice, Third Armv GIVE ME A TRIAL. A. E. F. H. J. PATRICK, Dentist. Simpson. Mr. nnd Mrs. Hughey Mobcrlcy nnd little daughter spent the week Inil with Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Tenter. Mrs. Mattie Harvey has been ill. Mrs. Tom Dalley of McCreary spent Monday with Mrs. John Wesley Dalley. Isabella, n little old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Fain, died at their home on the Wolf Trail road on Wednesday Jan. 29. The remains were laid to rest in the Buckeye church ynrd on Thursday. Born, to Mr. nnd Mrs. Walter Davis, on Jan. 31st a daughter. This little one died and was buried at Runns Chapel, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ollic Bogie have mov. ed from Lancaster to a house on Mrs. Loie Noel's fnrm here. Misses I.cnnajind Iva Ilollon spent Sunday with Miss Bernlce Teater. Mr. and Mrs. Dock Simpson of Richmond were here Tuesday and Wednesday. Mrs. Bettie East and Mr. James East of Jessamine were here Friday night with Mr. John Land. Metsrs Frank nnd Hounrd Land were in Lexington day. on business Tues- He But It made no difference. didn't buy his part of the bond Issue. He took all that was coming to him. !lle let the other fellow hold the bag. Which Isn't a very nice wi.y. Of courso there were exceptions to this rule. There were whole com. munltles, whole counties, nmf in r few Instances whole slates where tho farmer came through. But to go up and down the length and breadth of the land nnd the farm Oi;'cliimiti w?s er was n disappointment nnd n sorry Mr. Cuitis En.it f called ncrc by the death of Mrs. John figure In the bund cumpnigns. Lnnd. He spent the week here and The big question now, when he attended the burial o- f- Mrs. Mary stands to cash in at it 25 per cent prcmuim upon his wheat-crois what is he going to do next Liberty Loan drive. And it Interests every otic of us, for in the finality we will pay the bill. The chances nre flour prices will keep right where they arc. Europo is buying wheat right now from the big accumulations of the last two or three years in Argentine and Australia at something like $1.50 a bushel. Without the government guarantee the American farmer would be get ting no more than this price now. And be doing well at that. And if he is to save his face, If he is to retain the respect of the Amcri can public, if he Is to continue to be regarded as the backbone of the nation, he must do his part in this next bond issue. If he fails he is no mot nor less than a plain Ingrnte. MIm Bessie Teater was taken to Danville Sunday, and underwent an nt the operation for nppcndicltls Danville Hospital. Mr. nnd Mrs. John Wesley Dalley nnd two ehlldrrn are ill with llu. Mr. nnd Mrs. W. C. tlrltton, Mts. and Mrs. Mrs. J. W. Easley of Lexington, were here recently. Try a sack of Ballards Obeli. I; Flour and )ou will buy barrel. Hudson, Hushes and Farnau. everything else upon which the government put n restriction, than we have. 1 Good Tires Speed Deliveries No car is better than Its tires. And time lost through tire troubles cannot be replaced. , Good tires are the best practical guarantee of your car's continuous and economical service. United States Tires are good tires the best tires our 76 years of experience in the rubber business have taught us to make. You have your choice of five different types for passenger car or light delivery use Is A Merry Widow. "Soon after my husband's death It years ago, I was taken with typhoid fever. Since then have suffered from stomach and liver trouble and con stripntion, I have doctored n great deal without benefit. Since taking Mayr's Wonderful Remedy three months ago my bowels have moved regularly und I urn feeling well again. I am now a happy woman." It is a simple harmless preparation that removes the catarrhal mucus from the intestinal tract and allays the Inflammation which causes practically all stomach, liver and Intestinal ailments, including appendicitis. One dose will convince or money re funded. It. E. McROBERTS and DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE. Or. Printus Walker Mr. nnd .Mrs. Frnnk Ijnd and Mcsrs John nnd Howard Land were in Danville Saturday to see Mrs. Chaj Grow. 'Nobby', Chain 'Usco', famous 'Royal Cord'. 'Plain', and tho if Honaker Auctioneer. J. DINWIDDIE, SIMPSON. Mrs. Mary Simpson, wife of James Simpson, deceased, died at her home at Nina, after a long illness of heart disease on Friday, January 31st. Mrs. Simpson was past 85 years of age. Before her marriage she was Miss Mary Hill, a member of the well BOURNE. known family of that nnme. She leaves the following children to Mr. Millard Hamm sold to Johnson mourn her loss; Mesdames John Davis Speake his sorrel horse for $125: of Bohon, Bettie East, of Jessamine, Miss Lucille Huffman was the visMessrs Jones of Nina, John of Tea- tersvillc, Llge of Round Hill and Mnr- - itor of Miss Anna Sams Saturday. Mrs. G. W. Thompson Is ill at this ion of Decatur, Illinois. Her remains were laid to rest beside her husband, time. Lime, sand, c.m.nt, brick, salt. at the Methodist church cemetery on Monday. Hudson, Hugh.s and Farnau. LAND. There is also the 'Nobby Cord for heavy-dut- y vehicles, as well as the Solid Truck Tire. Among these good tires you will find exactly the treads best suited to your car and your driving conditions. Our nearest Sales and Service Depot dealer will gladly point them out to you. , Satisfaction Guaranteed. SAVE DOLLARS W. A. WHEELER DENTIST LANC VSTEK, KENTUCKY, f,; Offl:e over Storm's Drug Store. -1 Hours pm. JOHN CO. WHITE LOUISVILLE, KV. You can save a good many dollars this year by keeping your stock in good condition. U. A. THOMAS' STOCK REMEDY will help you save these dollars for it will keep all your stock in perfect health at a very lit tle cost. A genuine tonic, worm ex- pcllcr and conditioner. We sell it. W. A. DICKERSON. Optimistic Thought Itcnit'iiib not to cunt pearls befon. 4 Liberal assortment mmt full valua for rimo -- raw I Ulld Kld.s and Cm! SUM lemon BOOKKEEPING Buslnaa.PhoDoariDhv TYPEWRITING and tn Inc. TELEGRAPHY WILBUR R.SMITH BUSINESS COLLEGE titvt rraof npfrUnc In mrt?antll Ita Frwil-'DfliiCftlloc iW" J tonkin! IiuIdmi, alto 40 toatiaT m ni wnm-- n tnr nfmis. BeKtit,r nw Mm WILIIt'K H. MniTll.lKtMKiuB.Uf It Helps! There can b; no doubt as to the merit ol Cardui, the woman's tonic, in the treatment of many fit troubles peculiar to The undersigned hereoy give warn-nto all persons not to trespass upon lur land; for any purpose whatever is we ujll prosecute all offenders to the fullest extent of the law. Hunters and fishermen especially take notice. It. L. Elkln, Mrs. Cora Phillips, Mrs. Emma Daniels, 11. L. Arnold. Mrs. Sarah J. P. Hackley, Mrs. Emma Iligginbotham, EdJ and N. B. Price. 8. C. Rlgsby. D. M. Anderson. It. L. Barker POSTED women.. The thousands ol women who have been helped by Crrdnl In the psst 40 years, ii conclusive prool lint it is a good medicine for women It should who sutler. help you, too. Take iTta Woman's M M ... 17 Tonic m 12 Gals. Poultry Tonic Vim cm rnsko 11 situtid ut Lit tint (aMillrrtunlelnown ZT with .loi I .,ti I.) c( Parte iHibsa ri!if smii,. Cure, and irei ruts uuiui rim., cuoirro. aii-utherdWsM. Atoms- rUU or by mail tmtlpiM. vtW rtiv git, illlO. fUlllkl, Ul I.. Vi Ilixson, Tcnn., writes: was passing throufth "I the . . . My back and sides were terrlile, and my suffering Indescribable. I can't tell Just how and where 1 hurt, about I all over. 1 think began Ccrdul, end ny pafi:s crew 1ms and lessj LtiU I was cured. I am remarkably ctronz for a woman CA vcars of site. I do all mv housework." Try Cardul. today. 8 ... Hueidea Brothers. Isjikts atarii Cl, tulittM.il. bowkfre. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hicks are both UL Mr. Shelby Shcrrear and wife are On Monday, January 27th, 1013, the Grim Reaper entered the home of improving after nn attack of flu. Mrs. Samuel Dalton who had b.-ci-i Mr. John Land and called from her sutfering his. beloved wife. I.ura ill with pneumonia, following an atBell Land was the daughter of W. T. tack of Influenza, died last Tuesday Davis, deceased, and was 44 years, .'1 night. She was eighteen years of months and 24 days old. Nov. t'J, nge and was u member of the Bnptitt 1890, she was married to Mr. John church having joined when she wjs Land, their wedded life having been ' fourteen years of age. Short her- more than 28 years. She united with' 'ces were conducted nt tlie grave by! the Liberty Baptist church when only, Rev. J, W. Mnl.un. She was luid to 12 years of age and lived a consistent rest in the Mt. Hebron crmelfiy. Mui Christian life. She was very much Ualton is survived by her huchaud, Mr a interested In the work of the church Sum Dalton, 'ind father. Mr James If you are going to have a and Sunday tchool nnd will be greatly b'tono and four mothers, and six sismissed from the work. Mrs. Land ters. Shu was Iwlovtd by all who was a devoted wife. She was never knew her and will be greMly missed.' SALE-TU- RN blessed with children but was a true The bereaved ones linv the sympathy of their ninny fiieniN mother to those who needed her love' and get the benefit of his 15;yearsexperiencc rvnd care. Her watchword thru life was Service and she gave her lift; in NO SALE TO SMALL AND NONE TO BIG trying Co help others.' The cause of j Jrod Your FOR SCOTT. her death was pneumonia, following influenza. She leaves to mourn her death, her husband, one brother, Mr. I Thompson Davis of Buckeye, and the NH Ovtrcmt Blllouf ntttt, Contllpa Hitduht, Quickly. tlo. Sick or Pain. OuarantMd.No ones to whom she had been as a Griping Lancaster, Ky. mother, besides a host of relatives and friends. Garrard County's Leading Auctioneer. Tho onr&n of digestion, nrntlmlla-tlo- n and llmlnatloii the tUomach, We do not grieve as tho there was Uvtr and bowel are closely allied, no hope for we know she has gone and th proper action of any of thea organ Home. We grievo because we have I corrert la larxely dependent u;on tho functUtnlntc of all the olhera. "Whlppinir' yuur Uvcr Intu action lost so much in her going. The irltli caloinvl or forcing; yuur bowel precious body was laid to rest in the with Irritating laxali ea or atronc cathartics Is a great mistake. A batLancaster cemetery Wednesday, ter, safer plan la strengthening an! toning the liwlo dlfUve ami beneath a beautiful floral offering svatem tle Tablets), with Nature's fUmtdy which could only speak in a very (Nil whlclx not only brings: Immediate rllT, but cenulnu and last small way of the love her relatives Ing benefit. stomach, It Acts on tho Improves OF LANCASTER. liver, bowels and kidneys. and friends felt for her. digestion and assimilation, overcomes blilouaness. corrects constipation and Capital quickly relieves sick headache. lct your system thoroughly cleansed and purtlled for once: stomach, liver working together In Vigand bowel A. It. DENNY, President. J. E. STORMES, Vlcc-I'rcs- t. Because of his price guarantee of j orous harmony, and you will not luvo to take medicine every day Juat taku S. C. DENNY.t'ashler. CHARLIE THOMPSON, Teller. 12,20 a bushel Uncle Sam stands to one HJ Tablet occasionally tu keep your system In good, condition nnd ul r. RANDOLPH HARRIS, Individual lose from CO to 75 cents upon every ways feel your best. Itemembcr It Is rosier and cheaper to keep well than bushel of wheat harvected next year. HUGH MOBLEY, Gcncrul It Is to get well. (Jet a ZSa box and try It with the Ihat is Uncle Sam's way. understanding that It rauit give you For having made this guarantee to preatyr relief and benellt than any Oeposit Boxes Rent. bowel or liver medicine you ever used the farmer lie will make it goou. no pay. Nature's Remedy (Nit But what is Mi . Farmer going to do or Tablets) Is sold, guaranteed and WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. for Uncle Sam tn the next Liberty recommended by your druggist. G. B. Swincbroad, Alex It. Denny, J. II. Posey, J. E. R. C. McROBERTS. Lancaster, Ky. Loan? Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill, Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. In every Liberty Loan to dato the farmer has been the one mun who has signally failed to shoulder his part of Stockholm in Icehouse. Une0 keni the load. built upon Isliiniu, and Stockholm "l'olltlcs," suld Undo Eben, "H He has let you and I and the other means "an Hand In sound." mijiuy mUlcadln'. Do man dot Is able tho Mime do fellow, the ctty chaps I'or several months In the year It It t0 Utcrlaln do blsses' audience ain't hia part. He has been able rfienu-tim- e closed by Ice. Bncter sit j8 mo- votes." f sugar, and coal, and to get more United States Tires are Good Tires Let Scott Do It. IT OVER TO SCOTT Don't Liver to Action A. T. SCOTT, HIMIMIMMMMMl THE NATIONAL BANK i 50,000. That Wheat Guarantee. Surplus $30,000. Sifety ' For ,,, The Central Record, Thursday, Feb 6 1919. FORMER LAN CASTER GIRL Now Orchestra Director Magazine Holland Laat month' contained tho following well written and Intereatlng article concerning Mis Sarah Yancey Cline, daughter of Hev. C. C. Cllne, at one time, a mln- iater of the Christian church In thli city and well remembered by many, who will read the nrtlcle eagerly and with much Interest. It was written by Bernlce Bab- cock In which she oy: "It wan tho moment of Intenae in terest Just before the superb orches- tra was to sound forth the first strains of "The Messiah"., Kvcry eye In tho audience looked in one direction, not nt the famous orchestra nor the five hundred white robed singer who stood in tiers above, but on the figure of n woman whose back view and upraised arm were alone visible to the thousands in front of the stage. Just a moment she stood In the impressive silence, a picture of typical American womanhood, young, virile, and graceful from the top of her head crowned with a wealth of golden hair, to the hem of the drapery that fell from her bare, shoulder in lines distinctly feminine. The very, poise of her body seemed to radiate the self nervous onfldence that dissipates ear. The audience had already aught the young woman's spirit and alted for proof of her expected enlevement, for not before had this udience seen a woman direct a sym phony orchestra and chorus. The white arm that had seemed for he moment to belong to the statue )f some modern goddess, moved. The trains of the orchestra burst forth nd the throatsof the singers were pened to voice the melody of the reat chorus. The ovation to the director, given at the first Interlude, ras an inspiration, a sweeping uplift m spontaneous Joy and unstinted apYancey Cllne, took hi eat In the audience In the extreme rear, and that talented young woman took complete charge of both orchestra and chorua-an- d under her able direction tho grand old oratorio was given in a manncp-o- f which London or Vienna might have been proud. The honor and responsibility were thrust upon and Miss Cline quite unexpectedly over her protest. Mr. Zach insisted that as she had rehearsed the chorus, she was more familiar with the singing organization than he, and he had sufficient confidence In her ability to Intrust to her the direction of his suptib crelicitrn. This I of itself somewhat remnrKablc, but more re ruarkable is li.c fact th.it succrss. should attend her work wnen it i known that she never before dirccteJ an orchestra. Hut whatever ncrvcus ness or lack of confidence she muy have felt (for It was not visible' r.ip. Jdly passed away. She seemed t'i be imbued with the spirit of music, the theme immediately In hand held her and she conducted with the certnii ty of an adept. Closely watching her work In the earlier part Mr. Zach said "She is doing splendidly, far, far better than I expected or looked for. She has never directed before. Now already in this brief time she is getting used to it. The oratorio Is safe In her hands". This was Miss Cllne' first triumph as a director. Hut believing that a single triumph no more makes suc cess than a single swallow make a other opporsummer, she awaited tunities for proving her ability in this line. The second director to put her in charge of an orchestra was Mr. Wal ter II. Itothwell of the St. J'aul To a St. I'aul Symphony Orchestra. paper Mr. Itothwell wired that he had found in Mis Clino a conductor to whom he could confidently intrust the directing of his orchestra as well as the chorus. "It i wonderful"! he exclaimed as he sat in the back of the hall and watched her work. Then came Walter Damruseh, foremost symphony orchestra leader in the United States. To this talented young woman he too surrendered his baton. Then he rat back to watch her direct the New York Symphony Orchestra. His comment was: "A for Mis Saruh Cline, she has energy, Her precision and complete control. work is moat excellent , Miss Cline has directed many time. At the Spring Festival of 1918 she directed for that wizard of musicians, After seeing her Kmll Oberhoffer. Symphony direct the Minneapolis Orchestra, Carlo Klaher said: "Your I know only Miss Cline is a wonder. one other woman In the country who can compare with her. That is a dear old lady at Alton who ha had many more year of experience, and she and Miss Cline arc the only real oratorio conductors 'conductorines' wo call tliem that I know. Miss Cllne has nut only perfect control over her organization but she has the right conception of rhythms, the tempo, the relative strength of orchestration and choral volume so that she achieve n finished result bound to bo satisfactory". Mis Sarah Yancey Cline is the youngest daughter of Dr. and Mrs. C. C. Cline, nnd one of the three Cline sister of some musical fame. Her father has been for near!? fift years n minister and educator in the Cliris tlan Church nnd from early childhood she was given exceptional educational advantages with special muMcal trn'n Ing. Until she was eighteen her musl cal education was confined to tne piano. Then she took six year of vocal training, her study being under direction of oley of Cincinnati. After her graduation she nccepted a position in the Florida State Co! lege for Women and was a director of this institution several yeal. and until she Joined her sisters, Mrs. Kffie Cline Fones and Mis Martha Cline, founder of the Little Rock Cunser vatory of Music. In this institution, which has made a reputation that not only bring it jmpils, but teachers of pupils. Miss Cl;nc Is at the head of the voice department. By IJcrnie llabcock. Not Half. The ticker docmi't nlay tell everj thing that happen In Wall street. FAYETTE " WAREHOUSE KENTUCKY LEXINGTON, ' BULLETIN- - NO. 5 Founds Dollars Average For the Season 4,275,930 712,640 189,310 1,833,347.53 356,180.88 97,134.39 42.87 49.98 51.31 For the Week Friday's Sale OH BOY!! MANSE. -- JUST "TRY To GET IN' the wife of Mr. Trave Humes. She had been in ill health for some time but suffered with influenza, and double pneumonia followed, which caused her death. Mrs. Hume was a devoted member of the Christian church at Scott Fork, having Joined when she was quite young. She leaves to mourn her loss u husband, three little children, thiei sisters and two brothers, The remains were brought herj for burial nnd bid ti test Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Carter were recent guests of hi parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mai Carter. Mr. IYj" .h.t nflera tevn. Mr. Holm f jiat f flu i'y h. a Kock, Arkansas, .this young woman wus discovered tho is said to be one of the only two omen in the United States who can preciation. I It was in Little irect an orchestra. The rtory of the discovery, briefly the morning )ld by a newspaper tier the event, is as follows: "The otable event of the presentation of rhe Messiah' was the evolution of a onductor, for Max Zach, conductor )( the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra, lurrendcred his baton to Miss Sarah SIX GOOD I'u. Ifle childie. fcutered .Mr. A. T. Bow ling wm in Lexing World' Greatest Force. BUCKEYE hive In tin- - appla ton Thurtday on businesf It's mother' dumpling that clvr them nn IrreMr. Andy McKinney and family Mr. and .Mrs. Wnlker Bradshaw sistible flavor. Tnleilo Isluile. hale all been very ill with flu. were guests of her parents, Sunday. Mis. J. T. Underwood has htva ill. Mr. R. V. Sen 1cm was in The Modern Compljlnt. Ballard's ObUliik flour is the bettJ The fellow who neil t kick when Monday. he wa4 handed Munll (linage now lludion, Hughes and Farnau. Lime, sand, cement, brick, salt. nhnut the umallncM of the kick Hudson, Hughes and Farnau. Mr. Will Marshbankt nnd vif-- j have chauge he Is banded. been quite ill but drc aldj to b! out. Mr. and Mr. Morford were in Dan Mr. nnd "Irs "lt-- i Mi.li left en ville, Sunda the guests of his mother. That's So. The world owe you n living, but It Sunday Keb. 2nd for California to r.legantly o,uivpcd oir.'rn of M K. work to Identify yourself reside until he regains his health. lake Iirnny, DentUt noyt in Central Reca the fellow Its coming to. Boston Mr. Robert Anderson of Richmond ord building. Transcript. spent Saturday nnd Sunday With his Mr. and Mrj. W. II. Uulley spent nolher. Cheerfulness Wins. Viiiday n'gr.t witn Mi. and Mrs. Hen-..- cheer-fulneWondrous Is the Mrcnglh of Wiiitlnker in Mndiso,n. Kbuantly equipped oTice of M. K. altogether past calculations Dentist, now mi Central Rer HUMES. KITorts, to l"iny, Its power of endurance. be permanently ueful. must be uni- ord i.uilding. Mrs. Lcaler Humes, of near Niiia, formly Joyous n spirit of sunshine Mr. Sam I'lumi..er w4 laid to rest died lust Friday Jan. 24th. She was graceful from every gladness beautf ful because bright. in .he Manse cemetery on last Tuesday tnd on tli 3 following Friday hU op little infant was laid to rest by his side. They leave to mourn their 1. 1 about n dvoted wife nml mother and two tri: What's In a Name? Jamo, Boh and BIHIo were playing with a box of animal crackers. James "put In his thumb and pulled out a" rhinoceros cookie. "Ah I" he shouted, "look. Bob nnd Blllle, at my rhlnoster." Bob Is older, he Is the big boy of the family. "Taln't a rhlnoster, Jlmmle, It's a rhlnostrudget" "No, slrcc," said Blllle, "It's a rhlnostrousl" The Sunflower. In olden time the name for the sun flower was sol seel i' the The ancient sunflower, or was the marigold; the plants of the present day nre of American origin. It sometime attain a height of 20 feet. It was Introduced Into Kurope la tbo inlddle of tho sixteenth cen BIG PRICE tury. FARMS. have for sale six good farms and can give immediate possession on any of them, one of 120 acres with good improvements at $ 25; one of 53 acres for five thousand, a bargain; one of Ida for 3,000 improvements worth 3500; one of d5a at 25, good improvements suitable for tobacco; one jim dandy farm 42 a well improved, if sold quick for $3,500. See me at once if you want a bargain in one of these. I 1 Picture of Christ. All picture of Christ now In exist ence represent the artist' Imaginative conceptions, bastil more or less on Illbllcal and other description of his personal appearance. The works of Leonardo iln Ylncl and Itapbael are the earliest acceptable ones. To Prevent Rug Slipping. There nre many devices to prevent rugs from slipping on highly-polishefloor. One of tho uet and also the cheapest I to cut piece of rough sheathing paper the exact size of the rug and lay It under them. They will not move them. Another way I to rubber mw triangle of torruguti-sheeting to the corner of the rug. 8oy Bean Oil Production. Soya bean oil, which originates prin cipally Id Manchuria, Is almost entirely controlled by Japanese. The tup- ply of beans last year was very large and the amount of oil turned out wus limited only by the capacity of mills. A number of largo new plants were ttnrted both In Manchuria and Japan and most of the ulreudy established mill Increased their capacity. HOUSE The Madison House The Record for Highest Basket this Season The Record for Highest Crops this Season The Record for the Highest Average. We lead the Richmond Market by $1.88 per hundred for the season's average. THERE'S A REASON. 1 FEEL MISERABLE FROM THAT COLD? Colds and coughs are quickly relieved by Dr. Kind's New Discovery Kobody iliould feel "perfectly ml, erable" from a cold, cough or bronchial attack (or very lon. For It take only little while to relieve 't and get bade on the road to recovery when Dr. King' New Discovery la faithfully used. It soon loose as the phlegm, relieve Irritation, soothe tho parched, sore throat, brings comfort. I lalf a century old and more popular today than ever. At all druggiats. We are on the job all the time pushing ery pile to the limit. ev- Lots of other farms but'not for Immediate posses slon. Write me your wants. If yon want $20,000, $30,000 or $40,000 farm Ive (jet 'em. W. T. King, Lancaster, Ky. Make Your Dowels Behavo Kin,' New Ufo Pills will. They art) perfect bowel trainers, cleanse U surely. coraforUUy. system in Yours for Highest prices, o WARM E. DEATHRIDGE, Manager. The Central Record, Thursday, Feb 6, 1919: 3FIEE 3BE 3 QC satisfaction instead of tho old worn out phrase: "Well, it's war times, you know". I KHAKI SL COLUMN THE ECONOMY STORE. We'are iroud of The Title. We want to assist you all we can In your efforts to economize on your farm tools. We have marked our entire stock to sell at THE LOWEST MARGIN. It would be untrue to claim we are selling at cost. We are not. But we will sell you anything in our large stock at a very small margin over cost. You can satisfy your wants at this store at live and let live prices. COME AND SEE. Conn The Central Record timed Weekly. Payable H. L .ELKIN, Brothers. 3E3E1 G1G ,9 $1.50 a Year. In Advance. J. E. ROBINSON, Editor. Local Editor and Mgr. Entered at the Tost Office in Lan Mall caster, Ky., as Second-Clas- s Matter. Member Kentucky Press Association and Eighth District Publishers League. Rates For Political Announcements. Precinct and City Offices.. $5.00 County Offices 10.00 State and District Offices.. 15.00 Calls, per line .10 Cards, per line .10 all publications in the interest of individuals or expression of individual views, per line .10 .0 Obituaries, per line For For For For For For pressed by them, nerharn to endure annexation against their will. "The cry of the Little Pco- pics goes up to God in vain The Czech and the Pole and the Finn and the Schleswig- Dane." Belgium and Serbia have'al most met sucn a late, anil m proportion to their sufferings in the late war, should have the assurance of freedom. It is only by the protection of a League of Nations that small er countries are certain of re taining their Let the weaker have their rights secured against the powerful. nt The current issue of House and Garden (jives interior views Card of Thanks. of SaRamorc Hill, showing es The following If nn.inttrwtinif let pecially the famous North ter received from Lleutcnnnt Paul C. Our friends and neighbors wero exceedingly kind to us during the IllKoom, or trophy room, where by Mr. nnd Mrs. W. It. Smith, ness nnd death of our dear lmby and have been wu nicotines be- - of Stanford, Ky, whose son, Foster to Smith, wc take this means to express tveen the leading figures o( where In im killed InMr.action "Some Smith who Krance. them our sincere gratitude. Huoscvclt a't iu gave his life in the cause of freedom the world. Mr. and, Mrs. Walter Arnold. s'.ienuous in liouso dcciiiT t.ons is well known here, whore he had of ten visited his sitter, Mrs. Frank as in every thing else. of this county. A lion's skin with" head in"Ebrcnbrcltatcln, Germany, U. S. Army Kase Hospital 33, tact "gnashes its teeth" at one KITCHEN Dee. 30, 10 18. Portsmonth Hauts. England. viv- Mr. William It. Smith, from tho hearth, bear and Mr. James A, Calico, idly striped zebra skins overStanford, Ky, Paint I.lck.Ky. lap soft Oriental r,ugs upon the My Dear Mr. Smith: .My Dear Mr. Calico: Autumn to winter, winter Into spring, Spring Into summer, summer Into fall Private Iinymond Sampson, has I am taking the liberty to write you floor; a brilliant leopard skin Bo rolls It) changing year, and so ws Just told me of the death of your be in order to keep It promise I made change. gives background to the plush loved son, Foster C. Smith, and I nm your son, corporal Jesse pillows of a settee; elephant writing you with tho hope that I may company nnn A CAKE WITH A CUP OF TEA. ho was In the same tusks mounted on pedestals to be able to give you tome comfort in platoon. We went Into action exSmall cakes of various kinds mny your darkest hours of sadness. In the a man's height stand rather morning September "IHh will last all grotesquely about the room; tend to you and your family, my same tank. I knew him nil through be made now whichter and makewinn most heartfelt sympathy In your great the training period In England. Wc along the walls game heads cup of ten a real bereavement. attended Lieutenant Small's Itlblc Joy If accompabison, water buffalo, and all Foster was a member of my pla- Class on Sunday morning and he was nied with a dainty manner of deer alternate toon, and words fall me when I try to iilsu a brother Odd Fellow. We had cake or cooky. with portraits of the worthies tell of his gentlemanly qualities. He much in common as comrades In the Cinnamon Stars. possessed every quality of n good part we were playing in this big war Take one pound of history. christian soldier: courage, unselfish- came, t can truthfully say he was of unblanched aFamily portraits, bronco bus-tcr- s ness, generosity, modesty nnd pa lmonds, chopped one of the "finest fellows in Company in bronze, and figures in! tience, roster was ahvats n credit fine, one pound t powdered sugar,, C, always so willing to do his bit with metal or creeping, slinking, or to the uniform he wore and to the out stint, in that quiet way, which whites of seven eggs, one teaspoonful Heat the egg whites which he so bravely fought. was so characteristic of him, and of cinnamon. plunging beasts are "busy", flair stiff and dry, fold In tho cinnamon. along the book shelves. Books,!"0, wa n 'voritc among his com- - made him so well liked by nil. And Take nut of the mixture and orm9 up to the very last when I saw him Into the rest fold the almonds. Bprcsrt books, everywhere ! Perhaps rnilc exprcMto of sym;ntliyJfor n nn laying on his six pounder gun, ham- powdered sugar on a board and form n room was ever more expres- - iovoj ono, he left behind. mering awny at the enemy with a the mixture Into a sheet n fourth of slvo ' tne tnstcs f "s master,' Foster was sent to the hospital sureness in every round he fired and nn Inch thick. Cut In stars, cover with 'ne so" fabrics of civtliza - wml0 ' wn nw,,y attending n school, ns cool as when he was waiting In Icing, set aside and bake In a very tion touching tne trophies from and I Iwas very much disappointed mess line for chow a man and a sol- slow otcn. Peppernuts. Heat four eggs 13 minto my company on when the farthermost ends of the wil- Decemberreturned to find that he was dier. As you know by now. he was utes with a r add ne 24th one of six who paid the full price, pound of onderd sugar and Gent derness is significant of the .not here, and I win crcitlv shocked when they got n direct hit on his grated quality in him by which he was when Raymond Sampson told me of right, through the front of the tank, another 13 minutes. Add theone tea rind and Juice of one lemon, loath- at once the brother of the cul-jputting us out of action and render- spoonful of powdertd cinnamon, lf Un'le"uch " '""e, ing us all casualties but not before a teaepoonful of clores, hired gentlemnn of the East I Mr. Smith, mere man is unable to a grated and of the daring frontier man Kivc rclicf from our crieff ,0 we niust wc had done somo good work first flour with nutmeg and on cupful ofs teaspoon-fulone and He died fighting for his country and of the West. turn in our hour of need to the helped In a large way In bringing of baking powder. Add flour to ... r j. i cutters, in rtminsi uie wcaun oi ireas-- i (Jrcat Comforter. nbout the complete victory in so roll and cut with very small Again expressing my deepest sym short n time afterwards. I suppose bake on buttered tins In a moderate ure and trophy of this rather pathy for you and for your family, you have full particulars by now. I oxen. hurley-burle- y room hangs his I am Nut Cakes. Take one cupful of Very sincerely yours, haNe been in a hospital since 4th of chopped fine, one .cupful of proudest possession a service Lt. Paul C. Long. October in England, and out of touch eggs, flag of four stars, one alas! a Co. M., First Pioneer Infantry, A.E.F. with the 301st and In fact have had sugar, one cupful of flour, two form riavor with lemon or rose and gold one. a walnut, word nt all no Into small halls tho site of Ills-sin- s, f I more ns this thing Is about over nnd believe me I will sure have n plenty to tell vou when 1 do get there too for we sure have had some times since we've been here, lots of experiences. both good nnd bad nnd lots of hard times. Well sister. I guess this will bo all for this time so answer soon nnd write often, and I will try nnd do better in tho future, but any way If it i "orl it Is sweet, and all my love nnd kisses omes with it. O yes, nm sending tho baby a little picture thnt I got off n I am ever. Dutch Xmas tree. Your loving brother, Henry T. Grimes." me If you want any Information..!, can give you regarding your son. With kindest regards, I remain. Scrgt. Frank J. Williams, 201 Parkdale Ave., DufTnlo, New York. the CABINET . . hun-ila- y 1 tr one-thir-d hi one-ha- one-ha- lf ' one-hal- f ft Lucaster, Kj., January 30, 1919 OUR WELCOME TO OUR MEN. Transports from overseas are entering our seaports and lying at their docks, and every day disembarking a crowd of our boys in khaki. These young men will soon be at their homes and the question is, How shall wewelcome them? With bands and parades and meeting at the town hall, if you will. These demonstrations of welcome are proper and fitting. But what our young men .will presently need is employment. Every man's old job should be open to him wherever But as the regiments pour back, there may be more work still needed to fill the needs of the men. Each village and town and city should take stock of its requirements, both immediate and potential, and use every means of instituting them at once. If a school house or a'n engine house or any public building Is needed, now is the time to inaugurate it. The good roads question is always with us. Manufacturing of some local raw material into a finished product may possibly pos-Hibl- e. Since the Germans have no one else to fight they seem to revel in fighting among them selves. Let us hope that they got enough of this poor idea ol theirs that a nation is not in the limelight or popular unless it has constantly before its face the sword of hatred. The only question that seems reasonable is the one that asks why they did not start a private war in the first place and leave the rest of the world out Of it. It would have been better for all nations concerned and for the reputation of Germany if she has such a thing. Let us write the next peace document in stone as the ten commandments were written. Perhaps if the stone will not last forever, at least the appearance of the words graved in stone might effect the lustful hand and bid it stay to consider the Author of peace. You never can tell from where you sit just whom to ap plaud; the fellows who went across or the linolcumed-ski- n movie actor who stayed at home and went quite boldly through the horrors daily, before he retired to his pink pa jamas and indigestion box, to show us how it is done. bo undertaken. Initiative in these directions will be the truest welcome to our men. Let us in Garrard County be in tho front in undertaking any new project to supply the additional employment which will be needed. "THE LITTLE PEOPLES". The nineteen smaller nations who are seeking greater representation in the peace conference are justified in their demand. Small nations have had too long to bow to the will of tho larger nations, ,to be op- - The things that pass from one country to another, evidently, are tho bills. What about all tho letters that have been lost from France to us and from us to France? Surely the almightly dollar is the most important thing after all if the human, sentimental side of the war is to be crowded out in this manner Card of Thanks. while tho other really secondWe wish to extend our heart felt ary things are pushed through without a single loss or delay. thanks to our friends' and neighbors The trouble with us is that for their kindness In the affliction we don't complain enough. and death of- our little baby boy, There should have been com- Eugene, and for their kind words of plaint after complaint drown- sympathy In our great bereavement. Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Holticlaw. ing the intelligence office until and family. we should have received tome - The immigration question should be taken up and considered by Congress at once. We have had but little im migration during the four years of war. Now with conditions altered and peace at hand it is not unreasonable to suppose that after a few months imnil gration might begin to ilow in to its old channels. Nearly four millions of our own men are in process of receiving honorable discharge from the army and navy, and will have to be reabsorbed into the civilian life of the country. Just how the readjustment of business may progress or how much unemployment there may necessarily be no one yet can tell. We may not at once have jobs for all our own men. They have been our defense nnd in turn are entitled to our protection. A restriction of general im migration for some time to come can harm no one, and mny be of the greatest value to our young men. As soon as reconstruction has progressed far enough so that conditions can be foreseen, it will be nn easy matter to let down the . bars. The time to attend to this limiting of immigration is the present. Just now no shipping can be spared for the use of immigrants, and before this condition ends proper legisla tion should be provided. Our country has always been the refuge of all nations. It will be so more truly again nf-ta temporary restriction to meet conditions. er The following Interesting letter from Private Henry T. Grimes, of Uattery A, 322 F. A, Somewhere In France, has been received by his sister, Mrs. Myrtle Spoonnmore, of the county, and will be quite interesting to his many friends and relatives in the county. "Ellenhausen, Germany. Dearest Sister and Family: Well sis. here goes a line to you answer to yours received last evening nnd was very glad to hear from you. This leaves me well ns usual and hope this finds you the same. Was sorry to hear you had been sickbut very glad to know you were all right now. No wc haven't been bothered so very much with any thing like that and I havan't been ill since I have been over here. Yes, sis tho war Is sure enough over and wc are all glad of it, but Just when we wi get to come home we dont know You see wc belong to the .12 Division now and were selected to make the 11 We stayed all day Sunday in shell and bake. Sprlnjerlle. Dent four eggs as stiff holes near tank and at night crawled back into the trench wliere they found as pnsallde (13 minutes Is about long enough), add a pound of powdered us Monday at noon. sugar and beat again 13 minutes. Add I am getting ulong line and walkflour to which i teaspoonful of baking ing around some. ponder has been sifted and roll out. with me Place the sprlngerlle board face down Your son ilid not talk about his home life, but I trust my and press with a weight to print the impression Is correct that he, like figures well Into the dough. With n many others, will be much missed by sharp knife cut the cakes apart and let them stand over night. In tin nil the loved ones at home. I extend my sympathy to you all morning sprinkle with aniseed and bake In a moderate oven. Do not add who arc In sorrow for the boy who loo iniirh flour. gave all he had to his country. Icicles. K.ill rich pastry very thin, Wishing you all the blessings that spread with lntller and sprinkle with come to those that put their trust in cinnamon and sugar. Itoll up very God in these trying times and now tightly nnd cut In Icicle lengths. Hake that it Is all over we will try to make and then roll In powdered sugar before war impossible. Wishing you good serving. will towards all men, ns the new jear ushers In a world at peace Do write! march to the Rhine, leaving Kucrey France on November 17, 1918, arrlv-in- g at our destination here Dec. 14. e crossed Into German Territory Dec. 1st, and crossed the Ithlnc river on Dec. 13th. We camo on here nnd are quartered here in houses doing straight Garrison Duty, prepared for action at most any time in case anything happens, but I don't think that anything will hap(fen now for to my way of thinking the Dutch have had all they want of this kind of thing as they can't compete with tho real live Yankee pep. Am glad to hear that you got tho allottmcnt O. K., and I will look up about that Liberty Horn! right away and see Just what the trouble is that you haven't gotten It beforo now, and gee, sis, I sura am looking forward for that Xmas box, and surely will appreciate It when it comes. Some of the boys have gotten theirs already. Yes sister dear, I received the photo or you and the baby nnd think it Just fine. I can imagine he Is some boy. Would sure love to be there and take one good big romp with him. Sure would love to see him but I guess we will get there In good time If nothing happens. Am glad you are having nice weather. We are having lots of rainy days here and have had over inco we have been here, but we have good dry beds, electric lights, and stoves to keep wnnh with. Sure glad to know that mother and all the folks down home are well give them all my best regards, and tell them all hello and that they will probably have the chance to see me when I get home for I figure on some vacation when I get back to the good old U. S. A., for there Isn't anything on this side of the pond. The longer we stay the more I dislike it and here Is hoping It wont be so long any JOHNSONS "FREEZEPROOF" PREVENTS FROZEN RADIATORS. It Is Inexpensive-D- ocs not evaporate-E- asy to use-D- oes not freeze and oneapplication will last ail winter. One package protects a Ford cor to five degrees below zero McRoberts Drug Store. DC WHY NOT BUY ic DC CLEN LILY GARRARD COUNTY WHEAT-WITHO- UT BLEACH OR BLEND. Always at hand, Without worry or wait The house wives say And declare It is so, It'sja dead sure success When mixed Into dough. - GARRARD MILLING COMPANY DC DC dc DC DC 1 SPECIAL SHOE SALE. BEGINING SATURDAY, PEBETJARY 8th. AND TTNUIITG FIPTEEN DAYS. - CON- - spring stock. This is an opportunity you will' not have again soon- NO OLD STOCK. ALL NEW STYLES. Just what you need at this season of the year. Great bargains We offer these shoes at a great sacrifice for the purpose of making room for our DONT MISS THIS SALE. Miss Emma Doty has returned Friends arc glad Indeed to know pie, sweet mannered unaffected perfrom Richmond after spending scv-er- that Sirs. Fayc Tudor Ballard, who son since she has become of tho days with her sister, who has has been so very ill of pneumonia, "great world", the hostess of brilliant been quite ill with flu. for several weeks, is recovering. Sirs. notables and tho guest of queens. Dalian! is n very lovable young lady, .Mrs. Wilson is n Virginian and our Sirs. Den Freeman, Sirs. J. II. and has many friends here who are Southern women of breeding are Young and Sir. Ralph Scott of Verhappy to know she is getting along mostly thoroughbreds, keeping true Coming uA A BrlcT MiMlon of th sailles, have been recent guests of Sir. nicely. type Irrespective of change of outto Goinji by Those Wi An Inlirtitid In. and .Mrs. A. T. Scott. ward circumstances. Word was received In IE. I. Hagan has been in Sirs. this morning of the death of little The Lexington Herald says: with her daughter, Sir. and . Mrf. Sam Cotton who has been ill, Slnry Goodloc Carter, in Danville, "Sliss Gertrude Wallingford Is nt Sirs. Walter Arnold, who have both has entirely recovered. r of Sir. W. O, Good- her home In Cynthiana for the weekbeen quite ill with flu. loc, of this city. She was one of the end and her house guests aro Sliss Mr. Wallace Cotton ha recovered Sir. and Sirs. Frank Higgins and attractive twins and her death Is a Florence Johnson, Sliss Edna Bcrkclc from a few ilay lllne. .Miss Elizabeth Simpson of Stanford, 'great shock to the family and friends. and Sliss Slayme Stormes Dunn. Bland boa accepted n were here for the funeral of Sir. John She died of dipthcria. Mr. Ilomcr Lieutenant Ector Lawson, of Ijincas-tc- r, position In the I'ot Office. G. Doty, last Friday. a former student of the Univer Sirs. Richard Carter, of Birmingsity of Kentucky and popular mem MU Mamie Stormes Dunn in 111 at Sir. Sam Haselden made a business ham, accompanied the family and the ber of the Phi Delta Thcta fraternity, her home on Richmond Street. Monday, Sirs. remains of little Louis SIclvin Ware trip to Cincinnati, has been spending the past week in Haselden and sons accompanying him attended the funeral were, Sir. Henry Mr. and Mr. Oeorgc Robinson Stormes to this city last week. Other who Lexington.. -- Sliss Slayme far ns Nlchc'.uville. have been recent visitors in Lcxing-'ton- . nt Ware of Lebanon, .Mr. Virgil Rico Dunn, of Lancaster, who because of injury received in an automobile nc- Ware, of and Strs. Victor Rice of Danville. Sir. and Sirs. Illchard llirmingham, Ala., have been spendJcident during the holidays did not .Mr. Fred 1'. Frisbie i recuperating Sirs. Snrn Land returned to her to the University of Kentucky ing several days with Sirs. Ware's sis-tca few days. at homo for home in Indianapolis, Indiana, Sat j this term is visiting Sliss Florence Sliss Sollie Lou Myers. urday, nfter a delightful visit with Johnson and Sliss Edna Berkcle at Mr. A. T. Scott spent several dnyi Stessrs William Kinnaird and Hud- Sirs. Emma Daniels, at her beautiful I'attcrson Hall. Lieutenant Charles business. in Danville last week on son Frisbie attended the annual re country home on Crab Orchard pike. J Dunn and Scrgennt John Dunn who Mrs. M.t. Elkln of Lexington was ception of the Slnrlouo Club of Ham Sirs. Land is quite n charming and have just returned from service overn visitor for the day to Mrs. Chaires ilton College in Lexington. interesting lady and made many seas are being warmly welcomed back Walter, Thursday. home and in Lexington." Sirs. E. F. Fierce returned home friends while in our midst. I Hon. G. St. Lyons of Frankfort, Friday, after n feu- - days stay with Slisscs June ond Slary Doty ir pent last Saturday and Sunday with relatives, having been called here by an elegant dinner Saturday at their the death of her father, Sir. James SI. rooms on Danville avenue. Tho . his 'family here. Y Sanders. lauie was nrctiuy tlccoratcil and a and Mrs. George Uisnon ami Sir. The marriage of Sliss Slinnie Gul-'le- y About for Sirs. Sam Haselden, Sirs. W. T. several course dinner served. son, W, T., motored to nnd Sir. Samuel G. Castcllo, which West, Sirs. James Uoyston and Sirs. twelve guests were present and a was solemnized at the home the day last Monday. of Sir. Ed C. Gaines motored to Lexington, most delightful "spend the day" was Tuesday afternoon, Dr. W. L. Wnl-nn- d Strs. Emma Hlgginbothnm has last week to spend the day as guests enjoyed. Sirs. Charles L. Crow on last from a visit to her sister, Mrs. of Sirs. itobcrt Embry. Sirs. Anna Hubble, of'this city, is ker officiating, came as a distinct surDurke, near Shelby City. Sir. and Sirs. J. II. Anderson, of in receipt of a letter from her broth- prise to most of their legion of Sargcant John Dunn, who has been Chanute, Kansas, arrived last Sunday, er, Private Claude Anderson, of the friends. Tho bride is a native of Wednesday home on a furlough, left called here by the death of their American Expeditionary Forces, now Garrard county. She has resided in in Germany. He says he Is in perfect this city for several years. She is for Fort Oplcthorpc, (la. mother, Sirs. Suo Anderson. health and expects to be back in tht one of the most active members of Stlss Slary Hell Ilalcomb, of Ilry That prince of good fellows, Geo. United States by fall and will Indeed hcrchurch, and is beyond all quesantsville, was the guest last week of tion, one of tho most popular and lovIt. Harris, of Atlanta, spent a few be glad to get home again. Mr. ami Mrs. A. T. Scott. able young women of this city. She days in the city this week, the guest Itcv. and Sirs. C. D. Strother ar- never looked prettier nor appeared Sirs. J. 'It. Mount, Misses Slamie of his parents, Judge and Mrs. E. W. rived in the city last week and hive to better advantage than she did on Walter and Joan .Mount have been re Harris. taken rooms for tho present with Sir. her wedding day. She wore a blue I cent visitors in Stanford. Itcv. anil Mrs. F. M. Tinder and and Sirs. C. D. Powell. Union ser- - tailor-mad- e traveling suit with fiat to arrived SIon-,ojonn William, of North Middle-da- y, vices were held nt the Baptist church match, nnd wore at her belt a large Sir. Holbcrt Hastin honorably discharg- - j town, are guests for u few days of last Sunday evening In honor of the boquet having been of whlto rose buds and sweet their daughter, Mrs. 11. F. Itobinson, new pastor, Rev. Strother, ho having peas. ed from the United States Navy. assumed his new duties here on that on the Lexington pike. The groom is a native of Wayne Dr. SI. S. Hatfield has Just return-- J day. Ho and Sirs. Strother are be- county, hpm which county so many cd from Cincinnati where he has been . Mr m)(, MrJ Wlliam Burton, Miss ing cordially welcomed and all wish of our best people came. He is n I exhibit. attending a dental y Martha Knvanaugh and .Mr. Shirley them good luck in the services they prosperous farmer, one of our best been' Hudson, and Rev. J. It. Moorman, nt-t- have taken up among us. Mrs. Georgo I. Itobinson has citizens, is one of the best men in the tended the Crcatore Grand Opern nt pleasant guest of Sirs. Woods county, nnd numbers his friends by Lexington lust Tuesday evening. Sir. and Sirs. W. A. Price were his acquaintances. Walker, near Taint Lick, this week. very much gratified to hear from Following the ceremony, Sir. and Tho Senior Class of the College of their son, T. J., who is now with the Lieut. Charles Dunn left Wcdnes-- 1 Mrs. Castello left on the Royul Palm army of occupation in Germany. Ho Jay for n few days stay in Chicago. ' Agriculture at Lexington, in its tlon of ollfcers for 1019, Miss Edna writes that he Is well and enjoying for an extended bridal trip through going to Camp Sleade Md. the East. Upon , , . Ilerkele, of this city was unanimously the best of health, which we know his will be at home their return they to their friends on Mrs. Theo Currey. v. ho was cil0,cn tpcretarv. friends will be glad to hear. the farm near Faulconer in this counlast week, has recovered suiiicicnuy Sir. and Strs. Pat Sutton and Sliss ty. Danville Slcsscngcr. Friends will be glad to learn that Sara Wilmott were In to resume her work In the Graded Danville, yesSIls Minnie has many friends in school. little John SIcRobcrts Slount is re- - terday, to see Sliss Llllio .Mac Sutton, I the city nnd county, where she lived (i ini'prn Minn, nt hi. who recently underwent an operation until moving to Danville a few years Tho many friends of Sirs. W. Ah-0m- c (Cveral days in Atalltiu She is born Price arc sorry to hear of hen. ,,ii!,it.. Ill m,.l M r..l,iiiv... nt the Danville hospital. friends get- ago, all of whom Join with the Record along nicely now her ting will in extending best wishes for n long Illness and Hope tor ner a spcc.iy re- cre nurnlcj. be delighted to lenrn. and happy life. covery. Slcssrs Fred Illunchi and Earnest Sirs. H. A. U. Slarksbury Is renoIs in tho Sirs. Uella Arnold Francis vis. vating her place on Danville street WALTON-BROAD- US city purchasing tho latest style spring .Muster, of East llernstndt, were few days this for occupuncy by herself and Mrs. and summer millinery for her rstnu itors In our city for n Friends are congratulating Sir. W. week, tho guests of SIlnoi Luti, Lewis Lnndram, installing modern lishmcnt. I'helps and Crutchfield, of the Tele-phon- o comforts and making attractive alter- SI. Broaddus upon the event of his exchange. Slaster Robert and Sliss Anna Sine . ations. When the work under way is marriage to Sliss Slaude Walton, tho their visited Smith of completed the apartments will be corcmong taking place In Richmond crandnarents. Sir. und Sirs. S. II. Sir. Walker Geiger. of Huntington, charming, much of the original hand- last Saturday. Sir. Broaddus Is one Henry, this week. W. Va was hero last week being the made wood work being kept intact of tho cleverest men in tho county Ho Is a and will show up delightfully under and counts his friends by tho hunguest of relatives. Misses Leavy and Alllo Dunn gave pleasant and Ivory paint. Tho many friends who dred. His charming wife is tho II. F. Hudson a dinner Mondnv In honor of their nephew of Sirs. twenty-four-ycold daughter of Sir. W. 0. Rigney and at one time knew the Slarksbury homo ns one of neuhews. Lieut. Charles Dunn ond Sirs. lived with his parents here, all being cordial hospitality, are very happy to and Sirs. D. J. Walton of this county Sargeant John Dunn. well remembered. have these ladies return to it as and will make Sir. Broaddus a helpmate In every sense of the word. Hon. II. Clay KaulTman, arrived chatelaines. They have gone to house-keepin- g on from Covington last Saturday evenClub met Thursday Tho Woman's A Northern society magazine thinks the farm of Sir. B. U Kelley having ing und will remain In the city for a afternoon nt their rooms on Lexingfew days. ton street. Thcro wus a full attend- - It worthy of remark that Sirs. Wil moved there yesterday. The community Joins with the Recson, thtrec years ago, a good looking, Sir. John It. Luti will arrive Sot-urd- ance and a most Interesting program widow, not at all In ord in extending best wishes and hope the rather well-to-dfrom Camp Taylor to bo tho given. Sirs. Clay Sutton was now the their married life may be a long and tho smart of Washington, guest of his mother, Mrs. Mary Lutz, lender, assisted by Sirs. It. E. Melton official society, is still the same sim- - happy one. erts and Sirs. F. 11. Slarksbury. tor a few days. Gossip About People vsv Frult3 Stand First. Hie honor of being most widely diffused geographically, grown With thu kindliest rare, nnd nt being first ucd by mini in fond. They MM enter lurgely ln! tho regimen of the State Journal. culthatnl nation, nnd nre the fidreU of chill.- The uo of them Is of such unluTMil Importance that wo can Competitive Accomplishment. not Mili-In iiny plenty.or elegance "My daughter la taking fencing les- without them. And everywhere beson, nnd you FhoUd iee how Mio can tide the cultivated man grows Ihc orfeint." "That's nothing. You ou-chard, to intimate hi refinement In In see how mine can throw a fit," those evt.ellpni-- i helltllng bis race. A. ilnHTS, lcott. One Word Spoils All. when a woman begins to he Invited out n little liy idee people her husband spoils nil by referring to the laundress ns the washerwoman right nut where eerbody can bear. Ohio Jut Fruits have .... mt "1 13 Dollars-- 13 Cents 13 dollars per hundredweight for live beef cattle last year, the profit was only 13 cents! In other words, if we had paid $13.13, we would have made no profit. Or, if we had received a quarter of a cent per pound less for dressed beef we would have made no profit It is doubtful whether any other business is run on so close a margin of profit This is bringing the producer and the consumer pretty close together which should be the object of any industry turning raw material into a useful form. paid, say, This remarkable showing is due to enormous volume, perfected facilities (packing plants strategically located, branch houses, refrigerator cars, etc.), nnd an army of men and women chosen and trained to do their special work. This, and many other points of interest, are found in the Swift & Company Year Book for 1919, just published which is brought out for the public as well as for the 2.000 Swift & Company shareholders. The Year Book also represents the packer's side of the Federal Trade Commission investigation, upon which Congress is asked to base action against the industry. Many who have never heard the packer's side are sending for the Year Book. When Swift & Company GULLE CASTELLO ....L tin ..,.. Would you like one ? Merely mail your name and address to the Chicago office and the book will come to you. Address Swift & Company Union Stock Yards, Chicago The Central Record, Thursday, Feb 6, IAINT LICK 19 ID. We Wish You A Happy i. and Prosperous New Year. l$e Citizens National Bank OK LANCASTER. KY. B. K. HUDSON. President. J. J. WALKRR, Vice JOE J. Walkkh, Jit.. W. O. P.IGNBY, Ana't Cash'r W. F. CHAMP. Cashier. Prest. Mr. Millard Ledford is some better. Mr. Felix Kstridge arrived Friday for a visit to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ell Kstridge. While enroute from West Point Miss., to Humbolt Tenn., the sudden start of the train causod him to strike the back of his head ngainst something causing him to bo in a dazed condition when he arrived here. At this writing he Is some better. The school board met at Mr. It. II Ledford's store Saturday and decided as the Flu situation seems very little. If any better, not to begin our school ON ROLL OF HONOR. OUT YourWasimg Troubles! With a at present. Mr. John White is here for a visit to his daughter, Mrs. It. 0. Woods. Mid Ross left Saturday night for Humbolt Tenn., to Investigate the ac cident to Mr. Felix Estridge. Mrs. W. It. Patrick and two little boys and daughter, Mrs. Ben Spur-loc- k and baby are all down with flu. Mrs. James Conn of Lancaster visited hermothcr, Mrs. I. C. Itucker, Thursday. Ballards Oblelitk flour Is the bast. Ilud.oq, Hughes and Farnau. Peoples House DANVILLE, KENTUCkY; CAPTURES 4 m BLUE RIBBON. Western Electric n Ar sher and Wringer If you were askedno pome the greatest bugbeSr in your weekly householdrwork your answer would-- be "The Weekly Family Wash." That's he answerAf every housewife whose washing is done the v Elegantly equipped olfici of M. K. liftiny. Dentist now in Ccntr.il lice orl Lullding. The Entire Sales for Last week Average $41.60, Which Has Not Been Equaled on any Other Market in Ky. One-Gallii- sed clothes washboard-nnd-tub utaisc a Biectric Was 4r and Wringer ww mmmm mm Miss Grace Hall has returned from a visit of several weeks to relatives at Frankfort and Louisville. Carlos Hedrick has returned to I Is home in Lexington after a visit of several days to relatives here. Mr. Henry Conn who has moved to the rooms over his garage will have two rooms added. Carpenters will soon begin work' in the upstairs part of the garage, making two good rooms, plastering and paper'ng them which will make it more convenient. We understand Mr. Conn will soon have electric lights in both his home Houses in Other Towns Making Claims Which Prove to be Moonshine When Investigated. Hugueiy & Sanders, of Mercer County, Make the Splenqid Average of $68.30. , Frank Tamme & Sons, Boyle Average $t0. 10. Bring Your Tobacco to Danville and Share in the Great Prosperity . and garage. Mr. It. II. Ledford lins rcc.ived word that his brother. Lieut. Lee Ledford, expects to return from overseas some tii i in March or April Mr. and Mr. Otto Howling left Sunday for Californit to visit his f inter, also to sec if the ciiting'i in climate will improve his t.eilth. They will very likely locate there. are washed by electricity, and washed ter easier than ever before. We you all about the magical machine here can't you call on us we'll show you one but operiRe it and arrange, if you will, for a dempnstra- tio in your home. Cross out your washing tJubles. Wash Electrically. Let Us Tell Youlfewl your doi cleanei r- a cost of alto ut three cents a week for current. -i and you cros Scour , eliminate, washing troubles. At Lame every morning, achy and stitr all day, worse when it's damp or chilly? Suspect your kidneys and BROTHERS, try the remedy your neighbors use. C. 1L Pope, farmer, Lexington Pike, Lancaster, says: "About a year ago I had an attack of kidney trouble that put me down and out. My back stoop over and it was very hard to Mr. Leslie Parson is very low with pained me dreadfully, I could hardly GET SLOAN'S FOR flu. straighten up. I couldn't get in any Mrs. Arthur Ball is on the sick list. comionaDie position, i reau or Mrs. E. B. Povnter and son. Mr. Doan's Kidney Pills and bought them YOUR PAIN RELIEF and Mrs. W. H. Ball and two children, at It. E. McRoberts' and Son's Drug Mr. and Store. The aches and pains in my Glenedine and Elizabeth, You don't have to rub It la Mrs. Edd Hester of Point Leavell back left and my kidneys were put in spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Ar- good shape. I have had but little to tet quick, comfortthur Ball kidney trouble since." ing relief i Price COc, at all dealers. Don't Call and fat a fraa copy of our get Every Day Almanac containing pos-t- simply ask for a kidney remedy One-you've tr it .on that stiff Information, helps and hints to Doan's Kidney Pills the same that Joi..t, tore muscle, sciatic pain, Co., farmars, signs and seasons, garden- Mr. Pope had. twinge, Uine back, you'll find ers tables, weights, facts on religion, Mfgrs., Buffalo, N. V. a irm, soothing relief you never government and- - things everyone thought a liniment could produce. Antiquity of Glove. ought to know. Won't stain the skin, leaves no musi, Gloves ore of great antiquity, having wastes no time in applying, sure to Hudson, Hughes and Farnau. A large bottlu been worn In England as long ago as give quick results. Elegantly equipped otllce pf M. K In Saion time. Practically the only means economy. Your own or any other druirtist has it. Get it today. change uhlch tliort' has ever been In .'linnj, Dentil .tow ,n Cunovl I unl l.ailding, styles of gloves has been In their dec- 9 When Every Move Hurts. BASTIN LANCASTER. Now Prevailing at the PEOPLES HOUSE. -- Tobacco is certainly King in Danville now. The weed continues to roll into the market. It i3 brought by every conceivable conveyance and prices continue to soar. At the Peoples House GERMANN & HARMON, Boyle County. 2C80 Pounds brought $1434.02 AVERAGE $53.20. JOHN TAMME & LEAGUE Doyle County, 2C80 Pounds brought $1434.02 ? il rhcu-ma- th Fostcr-Milbur- n the market lostVeek is by far the best in the history of that house, which hus ever hud the reputation of securing record breaking prices for the entire State. As an evidence that warehouses, these not a thousund miles away, are awfully sore, so far below Danville prices are those secured ut theirs by tobacco sellers, that they suy to the readers of their local sheets: "Do not be misled by those decoy sales at Danville and Lexington". What do they mean by "Decoy Sales? The sales given below ure only few of the many made this week at the Peoples House., This paper could bo filled with others just as good. Tlyjse prices aru for the entire amounts Sold. No omissions arc made, every pound sold is Included. The books are open to every doubter. FIELDS & DAUGHERTY Bros Lincoln County. 8135 Pounds brought $4022.83 AVERAGE $53.30. FRANK TAMME ..SONS, Boyle County. 7180 Pounds brought $1058.80 AVERAGE $69.10. McCONNELL & MERRIMAN, Boyle County. 3550 Pounds brought $2120.52 R-- c Mrs. Lytha Hammeck but is better. l has the flu HAMMACK Mr. Ebb Cook is getting along fine after an attack of the flu. Mrs. Faye Ballard who very ill, is some better. has been Mrs. E. B. Poynter who has sold out to leave Monday for Tuscola, III., where she will make her homo with her daughter, Mrs. Mosley of that place. Mrs. S. E. Hummack visiteJ Mrs. Willie Ball Friday. Miss Mamie McQuerry has the flu. Mr. Oscar Hammock and family, of Paint Lick, visited Mr. and Mrs K. G. Hammack, Sunday. f Mr. R. F. Parsons who has had the tury. flu is able to be out again, but his son Japsntse Idea of Music. Stanley Is still quite ill. Among the Japanese especially, a diMr. Manse Poynter sptnt Saturday rectly divine origin Is uttributed to night with Mr. and Mrs.W. II. Ball music. The mythical legend runs that the art was Invented by the gods to before leaving for Illinois. appease the anger of the sun godMr. and Mrs. Sam Hurt of Point dess and to Induce her to shine once Leavell spent the day with her mother moro' upon the eurth and upon the other divinities. The melodies which Mrs. Amelia Ross, Sunday, resulted were potent to prevail upon Messrs Tom and Sam her. and thus was lght restored to the The deaths of Mummer was a sudden shod: to their world and music and dancing were friends and neighbors. given for Its delight. Miss Nannie Virgie Ball visited Wasting Light Misses Lytha and Jessielyn Tanker-sle- y A lighting expert snya that about Saturday and Sunday. S2O0.00O.O0O worth of light Is wasted Mr. Ralph Fields and three of his' every year In this country through friends from Lexington, motored over failure to keep windows, globes, re-aspent the day Sunday with Mr.'Jcrto nml th,?r and Mrs. L. G. Hammack. nbout $.mo0o,000. for (ho ual(m and If this expert Is right, wo uro ' wasting s of this. spppaajpBsfMfjsssssBfsssBK oration. Sometime they were richly adorned with Jewels, 3 having been paid for a pair In the fourteenth cen- ' AVERAGE $59.75. R. L. HUNDLEY Mnrion County. 2585 Pounds brought $1451.50 s J. H. WOODS & HARNEY AVERAGE $56.10. Lincoln County. 4460 Pounds brought $2403.75 AVERAGE $56.00. ROBERT L. REED, Boyle County, 4460 Pounds brought $2493.75 ' AVERAGE $56.00. REED BROS, Boylo County. Tf'.Vm 2575 Pounds brought $1426.22 AVERAGE $55.40. GEORGE KIRKLAND, Marion County. 10875 pounds brought$0198.30 s W. 0. RIGNEY. Funeral Lancaster, Director and Embalmer. Kentucky. Olllce Phono 18. Residence I'lione 33. Bee Farming Has Future. It Is a fascinating business, that of bee farming, and n business which notwithstanding the fact that It dates ' back to prehistoric times. Is even yet ' tlt.lnt. la In n V t ,tw w MU !..... IUUU31IJ. I1IIUUI h developed to the it Is not potential limit. There Is an Immense every amount of honey wasted year because there are not enough bees to gather It. What U defeat? Nothing but education; the first step to something better. Wendell Phillips. AVERAGE $49.50. s HUGUELY & SANDERS Mercer County. 2G70 Pounds brought 51825.65 AVERAGE $56.99. WILLIAM RUSSELL, Garrard County, 2595 Pounds brought $1470.54 AVERAGE $68.30. ROY BOSWELL, Dtftat Marion County. 48G5 Pounds brought $2732.50 AVERAGE $57.00. The entire sales nt tho Peoples Houso last week averaged $41.60 per hundred. AVERAGE $56.10. -- 1 The Central Record, Thursday, Feb 6, 1919. 25 ACRE FARM SUBURBAN REAL ESTATE jsjt Just We can make a low price BROUGHT WAR'S END GERMAN 8TAFF KNEW OUR PRO DUCTION AND OAVE UP, SAYS FRANKLIN. Cleveland. The war supplies that have been delivered and must bp paid for but never used were what actually brought the war to the, sudden end so much earlier than had been ex pected, according to Lwls IJ. frank lln, director of the war loan orsan ra tion for the United States. ON A CAR LOAD OF AND BUILDING LOTS . WIRE FENCE justjreceived. Buy now-pri- ces will be higher. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 10:30 O'CLOCK, SHARP. LOCATION at the city limits" of Stanford, Lincoln County, Kentucky, on Lancaster Street, and facing Logan Avenue. IMPROVEMENTS:-- A brand new modern 7 room bungaworks-elect- ric lights, low, barn, other out buildings-wat- er concrete pavements, splendid basement. in wheat with splendid prospect for THE LAND:-No- w bumper crop. This land will grow tobacco. Just the place for a "DANDY DAIRY FARM". While its proximity to Stanford, Graded and High School, churches, railroad facilities and markets give it an extra value we expect to sell the improvements and 20 acres at FARM LAND PRICES. This sale is for the purpose of dissolving a partnership and will be put up for the "HIGH DOLLAR". Will also sell several beautiful building lots. If you want a larger farm buy this now at a bargain. Get possession at once and during the year locate for yourself the larger farm and sell this at a profit. Small farms are in great demand, are getting scarce and hard to buy. GRASP THIS OPPORTUNITY. . Don't stand back and say "I wish I had", or "If I had known it would sell for that price I would have been there". Everybody knows at my auction sales my auctioneer always cries "SOLD". Easy Terms Liberty Bonds, or any other, good security taken in payment. Don't forget the date. The owners, Hays Foster, Welsh Rochester, or Kendrick Alcorn will show you the property at any time, or see, I II, W. J. ROMANS OLIVER and Syracuse Plows ' " Harrows and " John Deer WadonsJMalnble and Cast Ranges, Vulcan and Blount Plows,' Manure! Spreecieif, 24 Disc Seed Sower, Cheap, Cultipackers, Fcilillzcr for tobacco b s. We can save you money onanythlEtf you have (o buy. and " Points J. LEWIS B. FRANKLIN, War Loan Director. R. MOUNT Sz CO. The Deal House. are going to pay with the Fifth and lait Liberty Ixian," Mr. Franklin explained at a meeting of Liberty Loan "Those arc the things for which we D fl J SWINEBROAD, The Real Estate Man, W. E. MOSS, Alv, LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. MmuiUer. ;7 J Home House AT RICHMOND, KY. ine rsig Goes Over The Top During the week just closed, selling 654,145 lbs. for $238,336.83, Breaking all Records for Averages The rush Is now over. and we are prepared to handle your load promptly. Lok at these averages. Pound -- 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 .2445 970 c c. ..4040 J. K. Herring. 995 3370 ..3290 ..2755 Lafe X . 770 " C V ' B SI n Tlfent ir T I ..3875 ..4910 ..5150. ..3300 -- 1260 i minnr IIUITIL WA Richmond, Kentucky, t county chairmen In thin city. 'That Is what I mean when I nay that this money you are Folng to raise, through the things already bought with the credit of It Is paring for the raving of a half a million Ameri " can lives. on 'Tim speed and bravery of the 1 M., American 'dough boy' affected the German on the front line more than It Ky., in Co, on did the men at German general headquarters; but the fact that America had ten tons of mustard gas ready for shipment In 1919, to every ton that Germany had; the fact that we were going to have a tank on the front line for every 7S feet of the line In 1919; the fact that we would have thou- 14 sands of batteries of guns where we 5 2 me, did not have a single one in 191S those facta bad an influence on the German General Staff. 'And, far from that money, those fine size, millions and billions of dollars wasted In an unnecessary "preparation, I feel that the fact that the money was spent The Horses are all bred by me, embrace several youn;r and that that enormous output of munitions wa ready, was the con- mares with Draft and trotting blood, and some geldings which They are from 4 to 7 years old, ready for trolling factor In the weakening of are trotting bred. the German General Staff, and that work, and are desirable either for work, or as roadsters. Those It caused their message to the Kaiser desiring, mules and horses will find what they need in this sale, that they were beaten, and that he. and it will be impossible to buy anywhere either a bettter qualmust sue for peace. And the way I ity or a higher class of work and roadster stock than will be see It Is that this money. Instead of being wasted, can be written down as offered. TERMS EASY, AND MADE KNOWN AT SALE. bating saved the lives of hundreds of thousands of American men who would have been sacrificed had the war continued another year. "1 do not believe that we are going to be troubled with this loan. I look for at least rO.000.000 subscribers to the neit loan. "We must let the people of the ance during our family's illness. . HRYANTSVILLE United States know why there is a vc wish to thank Mrs. FlorFifth Loan, what the money went for, Mrs C. M. Dean nnd Miss Pearl ence Ballard, Mrs. C. M. Hulette and what It vlld and that Is the most ImMrs. Charley Dunn for the many good portant part of It, what It did. We i Doswell were in Danville Saturday. meals sent us. must tell them that It trought back Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Williams ami two or three or four or five hundred Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Lay. thousand safe, live American bos. children have returned from u visit buried In to Louisville friends and relatives. instead of having tht-u- i Power for Good and Evil. And I cannot conceive of France. Miss Mary Belle Halcomb lias reInto the hands of eery Individual the American people failing to respond turned from n visit to Lancaster. Is given a marvelous power for good to that kind of an appeal." friends were or for evil the silent, unconscious, A few Bryantsville guests of the Dawns' and Morelands unseen Influence pf his life. This is simply the constant radiation of what Wednesday evening. n mnn really Is, not what he pretends Try a sack of Ballardi Obeliik to he. Life Is n stnto of constant rndlntlon nnd absorption; to exist is to Flour and youlffill buy a barrel. you pans is Iludion, Hughes and Farnau. radiate; to exist Is to be the recipient THIS by: cur homage when of rudlalions. Mr. iinil Mrs. II. W. McAfee nnd Not the crude pitying stare you dread, Mr. nnd Mrs. N. T; Grow motored to but this Cubeb. Averted eyes, and conquered tears, Lexington Saturday for the day. Cubed berries ore from the climbing and pangs Miss Ada Dismukes of Burgin was plant called I'lper Cubeba, native of Of helpless love . . . You do not with 0. II. Ilnlcomb nnd family last the West Indies, being extensively culknow how brave tivated In Javu and Sumatra. It Is We also are, not stretching out our week. used as local stimulant In Indigestion KW.fcntly vcufppeJ o.r'M of M. K and as n flavoring vehicle In mixtures hands. Maddened with pity, to the stranger IMmy, Dentin row In Ceutinl Kcc-rr- d and gargles. ;t t valuable particular-ly-l- n faces building. discuses of the mucous memThat whltely pass us, needing us so C. M. Dean attended Court at Rich brane, especially of the bronchi. Fremuch! quently smoked In cigarettes for their mond, Monday. effect nnthe mucous membrane ot Uia Oh, boy with deep bright eyes and School opened ugain' Monday, the bronchi nnd larynx. crippled foot. flu having subsided a bit in the com Oh, soldier with the fsce made old munity. Eagle's Flight. with war, been observed to rise An eagle-ha- s Mr. and Mrs. II. G. King nnd Mrs. We promise you. by every wound you W. K. Davis were with their parents, from the ground nnd completely disbear, appear Into tho sky within three minA nation's homage and a nation's help. Dr. and Mrs. G. M. Hendren at Duck-ey- e, utes. I'ngles sometimes soar to heights And all Its grateful hearts, your eager Sunday. of 15,000 feet or more. friends! visiting While Major Philllpps was Sulamlth IshKlshor, In' The New Mrs. his uncle, J. W. Glass, Mr. nnd Torlt Times. Strange but True. J. II. Ballard entertained one evening You can't find any uiolatscs thst hir.i. tastes like maple sirup, but you ran Liberty Bond Liberty Lost for Mcsdames J. W. Bryant nnd C, M find a lot of maple sirup that tastes guests for the day Monday like molasses. Buffalo Knqulrcr, "For your bond let mt trade you this Dean were B. Montgomery at Taint of Mrs. B. stock." ciepnani nunnng. Said a scalper to prudent Bill Brock. Lick. In Ceylon elephants are hunted Bill said-T- hen "Not today, sir," chiefly for sport, as they do not bear CARD OF THANKS. the salesman he led. so much Ivory, as the elephants of We take this method of thanking To the Jail whtrt he now Is "In hock. Africa and elsewhere. our good neighbors .for their assist County Court I will sell at public auction, Day, at :00 P. at the stock pens, of the Dan ville Ice and Coal First St, Danville Monday, FeTs.H?, 19, head of young mules and horses. These Mules out of are from to years old, all bred by Draft and Trotting farm mares, and all sired by the Sweepstake Jack of Kentucky, "Blue Grass ready for work, and King". They are embrace several evenly and finely matched pairs. Robert T. Quisenberry DANVILLE, KENTUCKY; To the Wounded The Central Record, Thursday, iFeb 6, 1019 Great National Dally Paper Tor Six Mentha. South's Leading Farm Paper For One Vmr. 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State... .... can be allowed on these clubs. Every concession is to Remittance Inclosed for the subscriber. FOR SALE: My farm of 201 acres, on Lcxnglon pike, well 1m- -j As executor of the estate ot Mrs. proved, splendid dwelling, 12 acre , tobacco barn, all In grass. High Anne W. Itobinson, I will at eleven o'clock, on Monday, February 24th, state of cultivation. Possession Arnold. 1010 at the Court House steps, In mediately. Lancaster, Ky., sell publicly, ten shares of stock of the Citizens National Bank of Lancaster and four shares of stock of the Garrard Bank Good white oak Lumber in stock. and' Trust Co. Also three Liberty Virgin timber. Bills cut on short Bonds. SALEM WALLACE, Executor. Carter and Pitts, notice. Carterville, Ky. Cspt. Am Bourne, Auctioneer. Bank Stock For Sale. and BALLARD. PHONE 27. KENTUCKY. 1 BRYANTSVILLE, For Sale