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DECEM BER TMIRTIITlllTKAR J" I 5371919. v " HORRIBLE ACCIDENT rs.i Marv iviersnon Waltek Mr. William Ray Loses tsfit ... nin.M nf- more than . two .Life At Railroad IILCI..."- .Mrs. wary jeare, Crossing. passed away nt her home In thin city LEATH CLAIMS 1 TOBACCO FEDERAL - THE RECORD EXTENDS ITS l -- Tuesday morning nt nine o'clock. a Tho end came peacefully and was relief, we know, to the dear Rood woman, who had suffered, without n rtiurmer for,th;se many month. tho She was a devout member of always an Christian Church and was good caue r nf evrrv or that enme up and her help In time Auto lilt By Local Fraltht. The crowd of Christmas shoppers Lancaster were thoroughly shock ed last Monday, when It was announc ed that Mr. William Ray, one of Gar rard county's most prosperous and popular citizens, had been killed at the railroad crossing on Richmond street, the fatal accident occurlng about twelve o'clock that day. Ho was returning to his home on the Richmond plko In his Ford touring' car and nt the first crossing Just in the edge of town his machine was struck by the incoming local freight, with engineer Tom Hess ut the throttle, resulting In totally wrecking the mnehlnc and fatally Injuring Mr. Ray, the only occupant, ho dying from result of the accident about four hours later. Approaching the railrund as was Mr. Ray at the time of the acci dent, ono can see up the L and N track for a distance of one half mil;, and why the incoming freight was not seen by him will always remai'.i a mjstcry. The collision was what might be called a "head on" the ci.r being a total wreck, was carried a distance of 100 ards down the track Mr. Solon Henry who standing in the cemetery at the tlmo !aw the car ap- ptonching the crossing, as tho trn'n wus whistling, and was wondering if tho driver was noticing the onrushing train. In an instant tho crash ca.i e and Mr. Henry was among the first to reach the aide of Mr. Ray, who was carried down tho track with the car, and whose mangled body was found on the North side of the track, Ills left'leg was terrible crushed, several ribs broken nnd he was bleeding In ft! HEARTIEST CHRISTMAS Promises To Be High MfivPaHs' casteft.'-At Opening Market V ... ' Garrard, Fiscal Next Monday. . TTiJ , GREETINGS TO ITS PATRONS, untiring. year Mrs. Walter was In her 74th marand on February 14th 1870 was ried to Mr. John Walter, who pawed i. nu .inc- r!..t nvnnd about five slcknris ok. i. miss r.inei. urvlvcd bv ilx children, i FRIENDS, READERS AND mm mm COURT DAY LAST MONDAY mm i i a. .1.1..,,.. t.l .n tl-- H u,m,: u'hn ...-- . naliiei in nt the home, thU Wedneday alter-nooat 2:30 o'clock, after which burial will take place in the Lancas r.rl llllnnl. will be conducted n, HCL SUGAR REPORT ter cemetery. Crowd Small And Not Are Concentrating their Much Business on Efforts on the Sugar Street. Situation. Last Monday was County Court Day and the event brought only a small crowd to town, most of them were shoppers and the stores were crowded with the eager purchaser! most of 'the day. On tne oulaldc however, trading as limitit' although a number of good mu e: wcro on the market, .but owners and buyers sccmrd too far ipart to trade. Most of the mules and ownolfcrei! wero all good on ers cro rsklng from $2jP, to $400 a h'i-.for them. Only a few sales were tloscd. It is a dull day however when Center Brothers can't make a few deals in the mule market nnd always have a supply on hand to fill a customers wants, Monday tney soia w Grev and Beck, of Cumberland County, six mules at $225 a head; nnd one pair for $512.50; Ono pair to W. It. Cook for $512.C0j one to same for $300; one for $135.00; John Center sold also to Grey and Beck, a pair, for $6G,50 an.d, n jjalr for $425." E. M.'Ccnter' alsd solJ Grey and Beck n team for $340,00.' The High Cost of Living is still receiving a great many complaints about the high price of sugar. The price of sugar in the city of Louisville ranges all the way from 11 cents to 28 cents per pound. Tho dealers who sell the high price sugar claim that the wholesaler can not or will not furnish Eastern sugar and that they are charging from 18c to 20c per pound wholesale, for the Louisiana sugar. We cannot understand why they cannot get Eastern sugar at Eastern prices in this district. A great many of ,the com- pfcinants seem to feel that there is a falsification somewhere and that the scarcity of sugar as heretofore sug gested so artifically was for the purpose of selling the high price sugar in this market, therefore the Commis sion has started an investigation which will reach from Louisville to Washington nnd will report the re suit to the people of Louisville through the Press as it develops. Wo nbta'an erroneous statement has be'en circulated with reference to the Su gar Beard. The Sugar Board still has Jurisdiction over sugar and sugar prices and we are going to request that said board take up the Louisville situation and use our best endeavors to get Eastern sugar into this mar-kif the wholesaler can be induced to handle it. We do not believe that it is impossible to get Eastern Sugar that can be sold at the usual sugar profit, for 12c a pound therefore we are in hopes of being able to fix a price at not more than 12 cents within the near future. It is only fair to state that the retailers, we find from our are not always profiteering In sugar and other staples but are ob liged to pay, in many cases, these ex orbitant prices to the Jobber, and that the Jobber in some instances in turn are not profiteering but likewise have to pay exorbitant prices to the pro ducer making it necessary that the will have to take place at the source corruption of the present condition of production making it exceedingly difficult for this Commission as they are most always outside of our Juris diction but where local profiteering is prevailing or where prices are charged or based on replacement basis instead of the actual cost, the District Attorney's will begin Cracks At Creation. All aboard for the 1120 ipcdal. Rood bye, 1919. Wo part without tear. -, AA I. Imt counting the houri until the Xmas bills begin to noai in .niiui kiiv. con easier, and uneasy when we have'nt we're d got ft. stoutest mnn c.Mnann uu ihi Answer, without hesitation how did 1- u... he die? A,rin I. lrk nr&strnte with a terrible disease the uncontrollable lust for squandering money. lm Hint nnlv the good if It die young, hell would soon be out of business for lack ol patronage. Tlietf tell us hell is paved with good Hut not 6. 'Tis only 'Mentions. subterfuge that Rets that far. A ,lntlr a daien is the prediction ifor January eggs n most rarU or the country. Or wu,lt a- dollar each! - internally. He was lifted into nn auto and car ried to his home, where physicians were hurrricdly summoned and 'all that medical skill could do, was done but without avail, ns it was soon seen that death was a matter of only a few hours and he passed away at four o'clock, never regaining confclom- ness. Mr. Rufas Blakcman, of Kirksville, was on the opposite side of tho track when tho accident happened, having stopped his machine at the whistlo of the train, but with his eyes fixed on the train did not seo tho approaching car on the opposite side, until the crash came. He rushed also to the asslstanro of the unfortunate man and wai the first to recognize that it was Mr, William Jtay. Mr. Ray was one of the county's most popular citizens, having repre sented the county In the Legislature deduring the session of 1899-190featlng Judge Lewis L. Walker, the Republican nominee He wai a member of the Christian church nnd led an exemplary life, He is survived by his wife and four The children all by a children. former marriage, are Mrs. Myrtle Warren, Mrs. Henry Arnold, Mrs. Virgil Lnyton and Mrs. Ray Noel. He was 68 years old and has lived in Garrard county all his life. He was twico married, his first wife being Miss Kate A. Ray, whom ho married in 1881. His second and surviving wife, was before marriage Mrs. Mary Lee Cotton. Three brothers also survive. They are Messrs Thomas, John A. nnd Par Ray and one sister, Mrs. Robert Tea-te- r. . Funeral services wen conducted at tho lluckeye church Tuesday nfter- noon at two o'clock, by Rev. Frank Tinder, after which the remains were Interred in the cemetery at that place. nt,l Man Santa will cheer many u Going lonely heart this Christmas. to run him n close second, brother? VncUnil and France are In com plete international accord. That's more than America Is, even with it- aelf. "O'wad some power the gif tie gie us, To see oursel's as others see us." careful how you blow oil with Like prices vear resolutions. they are subject to change without He new f .notice. Pull a mite of a smile occasionally, yet It will not crack your face, nor dis dampen the ardor of your aunny position. If all of the booio in the country bo froien into blocks well, you know, there is no law against could selling ice. We all admire the fellow who has the courage of his convictions, pro vided those convictions with our own views. coincide Down in Mexico everybody is profl teering In sugar. Out in that they are only following our own noblo ex ample so why kickT Clothing, manufacturers toll us, is aure to advance In price. And tho moment we fall back on tho old re liable fig leaf the cusso will start the profiteering in them. Judging from the number of gentlemen nursing presidential ambi tions, we aro inclined to tho opinion that America is well supplied with in their own men of super-greatneestimation. Crop Just to liven things up a bit, our presidential of distinguished nosslbllities mlirht come outwlthsome clear cut and plain English declara. If they Jiave tlons of their principles Andrew" Simpson spent Saturday any of their own. Fishing with pus- night nnd Sunday with his ccusin Mr. syfoot bait will not catch many suck-er- a Tommle Murphy. at this time. In order to keep warm during the u,l strike many people had to resort to the use of. fuel oil. The result, of The course, was Just as expected. oil profiteers kicked the price up some thlng,.Uke 3Q0 per cent. And profiteering on the spoils of cslsraltyls about tbo limit of human degradation; Ring out the old yeaij Ring in the newt Of ,f with tha ramouflaat. true. . is witn The human family presents to our minds an interesting but a very com plex study. It is thought by many that events move in cycles, and that history repeats itself. It looks as If this might be true. Go back nineteen hundred years or to the first century A. D. and con aider the conditions then existing and see how they compare with events taking place The Tharisees were the governing class then and with their prohibitions almost throttled freedom of speech, and freedom of action. This more holy than thou element would not tolerate any measure of change or reform if antagonistic to their views and opinions, so when the Great Teacher appeared upon the acenc. .with a new doctrine which was to re deem the world they would have none of Him and sent Him to the Cross. This same element has again apWe have them among us peared. and they never let un oppor tunity pass without telling you how good they are nnd how unlike other people They are thoroughly satis fied with their social, religious and political opinions, and like their COY prototypes become peeved If one should give utterance to un expresMrs. James I. Sanders was In town sion that dilfers from their preconshopping Thursday, ceived opinions. The Golden Rule Mr. Amon Osborne was the recent liko the Key Stone to the principle guest of Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Simpson Arch of tho Temple, has been thrown Mr. and Mrs. Taylor llolton is re among the rubbish. Verily it looks to mo like the time joicing over the arrival of a fine girl Is propitious for some great change. born Dec. 19th. vldad MoMr' CM As announced" last week, the Gar. That was art rard Tobacco Warehouse closed,' Its boosters and goo sales for the Christmas season until over from' Diba wiles, December morning, next Monday . i 29th., at which time the sales will be Court of Garrard! temtyk resumed and dally sales wilt be held citizens oi tne team, a every day throughout the balance of submit a proposition. the season. and the citizens' rejaai Up to this time 1,1 14.0D0 pounds sects of a Fcderat-ff- l of tobacco have been sold over the through Larieatier.snssU brakes of this house at an average of $SC00 a hundred. During the last .This prospe week of the sales the lower grades Manfordsvlllc of tobacco were a little off, but the nlnr to Gree better grades were still very high lorsOe, to and many think that the market from to Daisyilhj this on will get stronger every day--; Pinhookcrs are still reaping a harvest off of tho growers, many of them telling at low prices resulting heavy profits to the pinhooker. Both floors of the warehouse are filled and ready for the sale next Monday and every day brings many loads to the house, all of which arc being unloaded and cared for by the managers in charge. The high prices that are beirjrf realized for the tobacco crop over the state is creating no little comA full me ment, the Courier' Journal of last hand and wa Monday stating that producers are Stapp. getting 3.82 times as much for Dark Danville expli Red Hurley, 3.69 times as much for meeting, Bright Red Burley, 3.88 times as Cheek, also of Dal much for Colory Burley and 2.77 of tho Fiscal Cou times as much for Dark manufacturmade an enthasias ing tobacco, as was gotten before the Ject beginning of the war in 1913. Two division Fnrmers who formerly merely Messrs. G. C. Apple rented their land from large planta- Paynter, representing.! tion owners, now ore purchasing department weje; acreage from proceeds of this year's catea imi ,ue crop alone, and speculation in tobac- would eive' thei co lands is rampant. time to workout tsWi One farrier is reported to have reTalks favoring the ceived as much for forty acres of made by Messrs' G. B. farm coit In E. Romson',:;j"IL'flr tobacco as his 220-acr- e 1878, while another obtained $1,000 Judge Stapp then raw more nn acre for a crop than he paid to the Court who vet! for the land on which the leaf was for it. prevleW-- grown. of moneyLimousines arc becoming common Garrard, counti Tobacco sVrAY" in the tobacco- sections. prices have created more excitement county win, ni among farmers of the State than the jn hui: I night-ridin- g exploits. famous ijevw-4SaVcaLouisville manufacturers assertJ.' mat preseni reiuii pricca tu cunsum; other, ers are based on last year's raw to fort bacco prices and that chewing and Departme smoking tobaccos will have to be ad followlnj vanced in the near future to meet the couri higher prices being paid to growers Clark, J, this year. They argue that prices to John Wynn,. the consumer have not advanced in Elmore, L. G, proportion to those for raw leaf since Dcnnv. This aasW before the war. Join the committed Demand For Laf Gnat. and together will ma Present high prices for raw leaf cal Court of Maihsi. .;.i'J ofji"' are the outgrowth of a tremendous increase in use of cigarettes in this country and a much greater export demand for United States leaf, caus ed largely by the wider introduction of it Into England, France and Italy by the American Army during the war, Friday and take thej me auinomies at uu The following Best Department of Commerce reports that 4,283,685,000 cigarettes were manufactured in this country during September, a new high record, and a. gain of 877,000,000 over the same month in 1918. Present production each month is more than one and one- half times as great ns the yearly protoduction at the time the bacco trust was formed. Although' the acreage planted in tobacco tills year was the largest in history some experts assert that the Burley crop Is nearly 30 per cent less than the average, as a result of drouth although the crop as a whole is the largest on record in this State. Tho quality of the crop is mostly Inferior but what fine tobacco there is in it is superfine. Manufacturers are paying high prices to growers to stimulate production, and because they aro obliged to compete with each other to maintain their supplies. i Historic Flag. The flag which draned the sneakers table at Frankfort during Gov. Mor row's inauguration, was tho same that draned the coffin of President McKlnley on the trip from Buffalo to Canton, following his death at the hands of an assassin. It was riven to Senator Bradley by Mrs. McKln ley, and is now the property of the Senator's daughter, Mrs. John G. South. from Danville last; SatusVrf with the Fiscal Court! Its C.Urf. n. C. Ttsirhv. fcfcaiV and Sam Nichols. J.'cXaIJ Richardson, Senator McRol L. F.Zingler, Owen McEntyre and A. 3-- ' The Danville Advocate'! of the proposed, highway "ss4 would mean to Garrard "Knowing the Garrard pie to be among the ) in the State, the A so strongly that,they on the proposition that .we, i far as to hazard the the proposition will, carry l anlraous vote, in uis might be said that In thls.'i caster will then be crii two Federal systems, as jm Highway passes tnrough tM and the Boone Highway , also gives Garrard county a plaae' forefront in good roads." f if' J.-"- V a...l - n fr"- - V FOR ON SALE Kentucky's tobacco MY HOUSE mated at 467,000,000 u Mrs. Lovlo Crow of Jessamine was tho week end guest of her mother, Mrs. Mary Ciouse. Mr. and Mrs. Everette Anderson spent Wednesday and Thursday with her mother, Mrs. JJello Simpson. Misses Hallle and Leila Murphy apent tho week end with their sister, Mrs. ol Goodloe of Madison. Mn. Gertie Hastey and ion, Wil liam, spent Saturday and Sunday with her mother Mrs. Sallie Land of Bradfhaw UilL LEXINGTON STREET, 83,700,000 bushels, 4,690,000 b NOW OCCUPIED BY MR. Government M. AV. J. POSSESSION luciUNav.' lfitn, W, The marriage of Mrs. Annie Barker PEDDICORD. Anderson Farm Sells. Thompson to Mr. Abner Eversole JAN. Sth. G. C. WALKER, field agent of the crops Estimates. .Minor Mr. J. E. Robinson sold last Sat- took place In Richmond last week Kentucky arei sweet 'pUiaf urday for Mrs. J. M. Young, Mrs. after a courtship of a year or more, Thompson Eversole. 0i 1, S. ' Florence Grant and Mr. Charles W. Anderson, their farm containing about 120 acres to Messrs A. T. Sanders and J, E, Taylor for $310.00 an acre. This is one of the most desirable farms In the county, located pa the Danville road, within on; mil of the city limits of Lancaster.. Poum-sio- n wlll ba given January 1st 1920. The sudden marriage was a surprise to Mr. It. L. Barker, of who is the father of the bride as he had no 1mowIedg'that such a thing was in the minds of these youn people Mr. Eversole is a proaparoui young farmer of Madison and' the happy couple haye the best wishes of their friends for a long and happy life together. They will live ,Chr44ptJDiief at Hotel Ken- - on the farm recently purchased by ftdsy night sit six o clock. Mr. Eversole. Fine Mules. Mr, J. E. Robinson sold lost Monday to Mr. W. It. Cook, a pair of tout year old mare mules for $760.00, This is saJd to have been the beat team of mules sold on the streets, here for,' many years and for a price which tops our local market. Mr. Cook will ship them soon to the. market at. Butler,- Ga., where he has developed a splendid trade for high class mules. apples' 1,161 els, pears 128,009 busMlay 4u,uuu Dusneia, nnu 1 2,541,500 gallons. tucky's production of ni Tobacco 427,600,000 83,600,000 bushsls, potal 000 bushels, sweet potai 000 bushels, apples 3,780,' 140.000 hnahebl. fllaw near aaed S4.000 bushels, and. . sorfffcaam sirup 2,826,000 gallons. 000 bushels,- r.r ' ,"''V, V The Central Record, Lancaster. Ky., Thursday, Dec 25 1919. Hardware and g Imple ment Store. Ml,' '.4. -- TO THE PEOPLE OF GARRARD AND ADJOINING COUNTIES: On January 1st, 1920, we will get possession of the building now occupied by J. R. Mount and Copland as soon as the necessary improving can be done our goods will begin to arrive, we have just returned from the city where we purchased a new and complete stock of hardware ancl hardware store. We consider ourselves exwill have everything to be found in an ceedingly fortunate in securing the very best lines of farming implements on the market, consist--, ing of the JOHN DEERE PLOW CO'S entire line and that of the OLIVER CHILLED PLOW 'WORKS. We will be in position to furnish you with anything that you may want from either fme and stand behind it with a guarantee of perfect satisfaction. We will endeavor at all times to sell you first class merchandise at a reasonable profit and to render service in keeping with our motto "merchandise of merit." Mr. C. D. McCarthy will have charge of oour plumbing and heating department and will be glad to look after your requirements in that line. Hoping that we may see you in our store and wishing you a Merry Christmas and a pros- perous New Year, we are, Yours Truly, up-to-da- te ( . . G00DL0E 210,000. JOE J. WALKER. Yes, It It's Mint Covered. RoldfWi probably make their home near the banks of the river. Cartoons Magazine. Came First. The authorities tell us that gold was the first met h I to be mentioned In Gold W. D. WALKER For Instance. Other things are ns scarce as the teeth of a hen n rooster' for - truth In the 1 Echo Always Returns Call, Correct. "What do you mean by the expres"All flesh Is grns," observed the sion In your story 'as sociable as an Haze. "That's right." ngrc-- the Fool. "There are a lot of hayseeds In the echo?'" "Why, an echo, you know, al" ways returns your call." world." A Seattle I 'fe l 'f Good Reasons for Optimism. The llttlo world of ours Is not growing worse to tho men nnd women nho are doing their best to make It bolter. It nothing Is possible: with It, all. - rlcan life Is the supreme Interest Life. life's supreme Interest. With-.- 3 y ry- -j Machine "Stuffs" Newcpaptrs. Useless. Inventor has patented a .Vet to h sliver loving cup our newspaper stuffing machine that doe' notion of the mot useless thing In 14 men work the world Is one of those elaborately mao strike in the plant the papers oftogether. In placing sections Jeweled swords they arc presenting to of oH mart cfilts H mplorees returning generals nowadays. BUI and nsks aluiur thn When the Orldcgrcotn Is Mat a Cipher. 'Bin itvut. i i Hill ii iH'ui'nn. There Is an cieMni ti the rule Patent flpe Stuffe;, -; that the brldeerujm It a i lpher In the Two Callfornlans have patented a i'ateu 'llf-- . In TrnntnArtitt . society announcement. That device that measures n pipeful of i vT " r'wiwii, tocotractor has been developed the youth's mother turns In the Item. from it jiouch or Ikiv. nnd stuffs i "i Allien. weignr oi mo It Into a pipe without contact with a iuo cargo Is supported nn mernl Keep Out the Warp. user's fingers. but' the vehicles aro driven by Drive a nail into the bark of a tree Crenod wheels running on pro- you change the whole course of strips of road metal on' each and life. The warp In the lives of What's a Husband, Anyway? i ine trades. Tills arrangement Its folks puts a warp Into the lives -- "Did the fair defendant Introduce any some .to be very effective. of everybody that comes In contact hnracter witnesses?" "A dozen at least." "And did they say unythlng with them. good about her?" "They all swore was kind to her poodle." the Chinese Locomotive engineers, "ir'ncse engine drivers hate the gen- OS-- H ..'vowXiumj I sense of touch with the air brake The Happy Ending. op ppico I tspioq sajq) any In the world. A break In two "Marguerite, can you cook?" "No ajooj U3qMpuc punon to ost unheard nf, and there Is very I'crclvnl; can you nfford to keep a 3uo3 UESsq p damage to cars In Bhantuog on limousine?" :ioq "No, dear." So they did . Jnoqe 3njuj jojry a railways. not marry and they lived happily ever afterward. pip0 iof M(toi)u?m pueqtntXiY To Clean Water Dottle. jnaq isouipj Correspondent Answered. Sjqnop For denning water bottles, No, Itobert, beer Is not mentioned In ET33.14 slim J01 9 PltlOM and glass Jugs: Cut a lemon the Illble; not lager beer, at any rate; resuqumu '3115B small pieces, put It In the article but we read In Job ; "I have seen the -- ptrsq 'sujzd uop-2- u to be cleaned and rhnka with e little foolish taking root." Iloston -- JC3q 3qnoi) srcuisj ijjiai water for ono minute, and It will beXijqiu p0un pjjijjns come clear as crystal. 'o2c sjesX i jnoqv.i I tssijiw Croat Occasions Reveal. 'nsiino Espcrar.ca Found RuMier. 0 'uaji f imv ww Irent occasions do not make heroes It Is bellewd that the rubber tree iwnrds: they simply unveil them. wiih discovered by a Jasult missionOjUOi S.OEIUOA 81J1 'I'n'Jv nnd Imperceptibly we grow ary, l'r. Munecldo Exneranru. He r. .vn r strong, we grow and wax found It v.hlle on ono of his apostolic vei'i'; and at last some crisis shows Journeys among the Cambelas Indians !i it we have become. of South America und gao It tho singular rnuio of tho scrluguelru, because The First Cup and Eaucer. he remarked that tho savages used the The beverages of the sixteenth censap of this tree, which hardens quicktury were water, mend, sack1 und ale. ly, to make rude bottle that were iiepiBinpflOOAia In the middle of the next century ten shaped like a syringe. 'pooa Iiuijci too was Introduced, nnd with It came the -ion os ussq 3Avq sjb3.( Chinese "or chlnn" teacup. The handle Worth Remembering. XUBUI pS JOJ U3UJOM J31J10 Ttrre Is n good thing to remember: of the cup came from Mediterranean iq pouiqqo tiimjj sqi "When you get sore at tho world, lands. Originally It was made of II '33U3;j3dxa CUOSJ3lj OI U10JJ 3(B3dS 3U3 don't forget that It will not hurt the thick and strong earthenware and ap-- ipsui $mi 10 W3sn pmps world at nil, while It may do you In- plied to heavy Jars and lamps. UWJJ U33i jo tpusnom You aro but a conceivable harm." U u.ttoqj U33q aA(t very small part of this, old world and Illustration of Old and New Methods, 'sstqnojt inoi lot '5U0) It will wag aiong Just about as well VA common nail Is an excellent Illuss.uruiott am 'inpflo without you as with you, bo your com- tration of tho dlfferenco between old osn pmoqs noX itiA. plaints are not going to make so very and new methods. Formerly the metal much difference after all. Better keep was cut Into strips and then forgo sweet cud do what you can to make Into shape with hammers. Today they conditions better Instead of getting are made of steel and are llihter and grouchy because things do not go to stronger. Strips are out with steam salt you. The cheerful man gets far- shears und fed Into automatic nail machines. ther than the grouch. clear al it- - ill America. That life Is full, pro--. ve. Intense, ambitious. Imperfect. Its glories may be called Its lm-- f Hons. Kor there Is a glory of imperfect. Charles t Thnlng. jv n un dge Brothers MOTOR CA oJ tr RINNAIRD BROS., Agents Fhone'No66. Lancaster, Ky. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, Dec 25 9 S. 1 1 f p Ann-Il- Gold Lost to the World.1! FOR CURLEY g By AGNES Oi DROQAN. Destruction Of Pr.clout M.ttl Practically Coct on Without Casting, Either Day or Night. Every thlp that goes to the bottom takes with her a certain amount of gold. It may be only a few pounds', worth or as In the case of tho famous Lutltanla a million may be lost In n minute. Kvery tire thnt occurs means a de struction of gold, nnd thera is never a minute, day or night, when scores of humnn Inhabitants are not burning London atone has 2,400 fires yearly, Ilcsldcs all this, there Is the matter of hoarding. In countries where banks arc not found In every town, the people who have gold hide or bury it. In many cases they die with out revealing; the hiding place. In this way India nlone swallows up more than $500,000 worth of gold yearly, China more than this, while Afica is at present absorbing; tzo in this way nt a rate of more than a million pounds a year. The money is paid ns wnges to Kaffir laborers at the mines, and by them carried away to their krnnls, whence it never re For Your mm t 'W r fa air ; ii M tW Ihtf aaaaif. f ill M rail'ar ( Iha tirrj rHr traft tK nrb fftvatrr than mthat of m Immi t thai ia ur (Ur iwmUt UaOUalaar raalJj KalMHtt ay U t laW4,th' lL fonmrrr t rfrvM-dnM l Misxt, a4 if til iHMVt UtM rM Ammi ralaa VuHJ Ira law Cast!, TW ratUiri arl t tW UltH PtaWa ar or laaa titH. Ask Any Doughboy Who Was "Over There" and he will tell you that American railroads are the hest in the world. in England and He saw the foreign roads France, Uic best in Europe and in other Continental countries and lie knows. The part railroads have played in the development of the United States is beyond measure. American railroads have achieved high standand courageards of public service by ous investment of capital, and by the constant striving of managers and men for rewards for work well done. We have the best railroads in the world we ' must continue to have Uic best. But they must grow. To the $20,000,000,000 now invested in our railroads, there will have to be added in the next few years, to keep pace with the nation's business, billions more for additional tracks, stations and terminals, cars and engines, electric power hou.scs and trains, automatic signals, safety devices, the elimination of grade crossings and for reconstruction and engineering economies that will reduce the cost of transportation. To attract to the railroads in the future the investment funds of many thrifty citizens, the directing genius of the most capable builders and managers, and the skill and loyalty of the best workin competition with other industries bidmen ding for capital, managers and men the railroad industry must hold out fair rewards to capital, to managers and to the men. American, railroads will continue to set world standards and adequately serve the Nation's needs if Uiey continue to be built and operated on the American principle of rewards for work well done. JIitiy(ididi&enwit i& published by Hit . faodatiotijfJlaiLvay c&eeaiiii'e n ra3rod informmtU eouetrning may eUain literthirt bg vritinf to Tkt ,toci-Ho- n of Radttaf f 1 Broadvap. Nf )'ork. itnri! tt jffttw. ENOSSPCNCER. IW CJ1AS.C. HAWUSAWrW R. H. UNDSEY. r S. n:C'Ji.r.Lv ir.corrroKATCu institution or lsarnino Kentucky 3zi cuthk. : rrrxnr, t:ort! cf rwomc, lcuisvi'-l-e, A Comviercial School Complcto Courso of Commercial Vocational Traintnc. Sluucnta secure Practical, Paying Remits. Catalogue sent upon request. 10 Per Cent Reduction on all AUTOMOBILE CASINGS & TUBES We have dandy assortment United States. Kelly Springfield and Goodyear, and if you need or expect to need casings or tubes for your car now is your time to i Illl. Wtittra M.w. paper Ualonl read the article again, I lien' mil kuiIiik with dreamy eye. Into the street. The philanthropist whose good deeds Mere so often published, had What a iiimlu miutlier endowment. u beautiful life mutt tie his. In the slinrlw: of riches. Ill cruditlng Interview with reporter, aroused Angela's Interest; who could Imagine great kindness nf lienrt. In one of such terseness of words? Kccoritrlc the olil gentlemen must he, the thought, nnd Impatient of praise. Then suddenly inoveil by a presumptuous thought, Angela's hlue eyes widened. "Why notj" she murmured Into the dusk, nml n mlt clouded the hlua eye ns she thought nf Curley. Curley, nt once the Joy, nml anxiety of her life. It Ma one of Angela'a tuihlen nhleh liml led her three yrnrs bitii to take tipon herself the Iwy'a care. Angela r Ancel, n he promptly cnll-i- i her, lui'l been ery younc heiwlf nt the time. Hit vlnlttnK days at the orphanage emlenreil Curley to, her more nml more. He n nidi n hrae little fellow with tilnck eyei wwrchlnK fur Kynipnlliy nml rlotmn dark lorka liiatihliiK the mlKchleoui dimple In hi rhrekn. Their part Intra after euch llt urre io tilled wllh mutual regret, that Angi ln liml gone to the auperln-tenileut In -- 1 and arranged for Cur-Iry'- a adoption. At hnmu In tier tiny apartment, Angela win amazed nrher-K- ( for her daring; hut he had never regretted the net. Curley bp a continual riiinfort, imiklnghrr eretitng he hnmernmlng a delight, watcheil for her, neeileil her that win Angela'a Joy; nnd n Curley Krewj he made hlmrelf wonderfully ueful. No maid could hne prepaml daintier menla or hnie lenmed to keep the riKima In better order. Oh I they were ery happy thee two, with wreath In nt Chrlitmni time, nnd the window plcnlcklnc dnya In rummer, Angela i nle In Curley'e lntrue-tlon- , Ansel: nml Curley ndoreil hl Kor eek Curley trudged through winter mows, soliciting order for a certain tlnn which lietoed gift for each stated amount, and In this wuy Curley earned a irlolln. Angela marveled at his aptitude with the bow, Klie was nhle to let him hate few and pimple leMtons. Hut the luunlc Curley made up for her was very sweet to hear. It becamo a part of their pleasant evenings. Now, after all the promise of his future, Angela must send the boy away, nnd where? Curley was still too young to supiwrt himself, yet In these three yenrs of home life, be had been far rcmocd from the orphanage, So, ns Angela read the newspaper article, there camo to her another impulne, and she Jumped to her feet, "Why notl" the whispered again. Hit cheeks were flushed as she hur ried along the street and her eyes lOinue through their tears. Rhe would seek the philanthropist In his home nnd beg from him chance for Curley. 1'erhaps when the told the innn of nil how good nnd denr their ,drvnm-i-i- f and brave wa her boy, perhaps the heart of James Itlder would be moved to do for Curley what the herself found Impossible. Hut Angela had not counted iion the difficulty of nu Interview. "You mutt arrange for an appoint ment with Sir. Killer's secretury," the door man told her. Angela turned nway. Then, as no other course seemed possible, she de cided to see upon the following day the secretary; and ho took Curley with her. young man ran A pleasant-facedown the steps of the mansion Just as she and Curley started to ascend. She fancied, from the bulging papers In hip pockets, that this might be the sec retary hlmtelf. So Angela met the young mnn with the question: 'As I cannot see Mr. lllder, she said, "I with to take up a matter with his secretary. The young man bowed, and Immedi ately held open for her tho liouao door, Scuted In an lmpresHve library, with Curley standing between them, the man looked at Angela nnd smiled. "What can I do for youT' he asked. Karnestly then she told her story, "Curley would be worthy of any kindness Mr, lllder could give him, she finished tremulously. Hut the boy nestled to her rtde. "I'd rn titer bo nenr you. Angel." he snld. "than lirno nil tho kindness of tho world." young man arose The pleasant-facebriskly. Ills voice sounded husky too. J "I'm not exactly a secretary," he confessed. "In fact, I think I rtioll need a trusty buslnets secretary myself. Curley might bo educated along that line while ho Is finding out what he Is going to do with his music. He could begin by making himself uwful here right now. I'll speak to tho house keeper about his room." "You are sure, Angela asked breath lessly, "that Mr. Itlder will be tCwisrlsht. l Glace Cherries, iWineaplj Citron, Figs, Raisins,- A - i uates ana an Kiiias s) 11 1 sbI of Nuts. ALSO Celery, Cranbei ters and fresh Fi Currey &j KED CROSS XMAS SE Remarkable Tattooing. I'erhnp the most extraordinary tattooing Men ever carried nut wns thn' nf a French coachman, who. at th. t ine of tho celebrated Dreyfus trial ind his body covered with no fewei 'linn 120 Illustration of the cose, (xirtnilts of the lending personi's. The work occupied nearly two turns. The Spend-Thrif- t. nln); (Ily Walt Mason.) I'm a blithe and reckless spender trottlnc with a gilded band, and I blow my legal tender with a free and lavish hand. Not a stiver, not a cop per, do I save for days to come; and some day I'll be n pauper, sloshing homeless thru a slum. Oft I sec the rnutious fellow salting little dollars down, while I'm painting red and yellow streaks around the giddy- town; he'll be paying heavy taxes to support mo, when I dwell, with other battle axes, in the poorhouse in the dell. All the people who are saving must support me when I'm old, when with t'other bums I'm raving over lost and wasted gold: when I've soak ed my watch and brooches, and my lint and fountain pen, nnd I'm sitting swatting roaches In the poorhouse in the glen. People tell mc I am craiy not to salt some coin away; but that threat seems vague and hazy, treating of the rainy day. For the present day is sunny, there's no dampness in the breeze, and I'm busy burning money that is growing on the trees. Youth's the time for gay carouses; I'll conduct the merry war, till I'm chasing rats and mouses in the poor house on the tor. Thrltt of Sea Birds. Some specie of M'a birds frequently spend week nt sea nnd lire believed to quench their thirst partly from the falling rains. The keen eyesight of bird I well known, and sen birds have observed flocking toward a storm been cloud about to burst. Safeguard the Family, If there Is u bottle nf poison In the houe, say tln riillndelphln Iteeord, lnert three pin In opposite direction In the cork. This will uinke It Impossible to remove the cork without being reminded that there I something un usual about It content. It Is n safety device that cannot be Improved upon. Perverse Critters. "I can't help thinking sometime,' said the discouraged fanner, "that the wore you treat your hen the more egg you will get from them. I re member an old Joke where one man oi'ked another: 'How do yon get so many eggs?" 'Why,' suld the other, 1 treat ray hen so unscientifically they're all laying for me.'" 's Greatest Cataract. im Kails Is not the greatest cat-I- n the vorld. The greatest snld to be on the Ignazu i.rnet which partly separates Itrazll Ivt. ml Aicntlnn. The precipice over ill i ll the river plunge Is 210 feet Nlng-irlili, that of being 107 feet, 'he entiiriirt I W--l feet wide, or bout two and n half times as wide It Is estimated that 100,-(IK, tons of witter pas over ri in one hour, A like estimate or Ignnz,u 1IO,000,000 lie tin' fulls eiir. quick Fat Rrmimafftn. tar MvirlrL Neural rfu Bark. avh. llesWh asxi kU ts.imd. Usarr btik II M lafll to las- a at nf para ka abr part 4 IM bady taiy suusuira, rrk, aoc AT DK.UCCBTS, or bg mO poatprntd MAKES PAIN SAIL SOUR BOM REMEDY CO.. Lc.tarw. Kr cut r EAT andav 1 sTtWttl it R. E. McROBI Do HASCLDEN BROS. Our Idea of getl sumo nlace fa to Invitation marked ID XMAS S AND' PLENTY OF E vl The Largest Line of Candies ) Brought to Lancaster. Everything in Fruits, Candies, Nutsj Christmas. i We Carry Every Ingredient For TKl v Fruit Cake, I I MM. W. B. BALL'.! Phone 63. Lancaster, Ky. SATISFYING RELIEF FROMLUMBAGO Sloan's Liniment has the punch that relieves rheumatic twinges Thl edy waVmth-givIncirculation-stimulatincongeition-scatteri- And Ht'll Know, ToeiX How Eagles Secure Prey. St.VSBiS Kaclc. usually hunt In pnlrs, one irnin up a ennn in the bird friehtenlna; the prey from Its k", uim uucrwnru njasssBafsssisr bldlne place nnd the other pouncing you wherein you made a Ufe. on It as It tries to escape. WmWS Hill g rem- buy. PAINT LICK GARAGE COMPANY Paint Lick, Kentucky. I know hltu well, the young man replied, laughing down Into her eager face. "I am John lllder, you eee," he said. And so strangely do thing happen. that It Is now Angela who amltti tht philanthropist In extending good work, for as Mrs. Jamts lllder, her opportunities are as large aa her loving heart, and Curley's tnuilc gTowi ever beautl ful. ha says, "In thinking of beta." ttnttratti utlhoul rubbing right to the aching spot and brings quick relief, surely, cleanly. A wonderful help for external paint, iprains, strains, stiffness, headaches, lumbago, bruiies. Get your bottle today costs little, means much. Atk your druggiit for It by name. Keep it handy for JJia whole family. The big bottle It economy. 35c, 70c $1.40. mm rr vour rjrticm 1 "cp'-'r-- ricli, ltd b4od. MiytlcUai preicnoe Acid Iron Mlaert) because It it natural liquid ucn, sad will not blur the teeth or cause Ul effects. It It I he molt powerful iron tonic known sod comet to you uit as it ii prepared by nature la the wonderful depoiitt of MiuIuippL Do not confute A. I. St. with chemically prepared tablets. ti-.- k for Acid Iron Mineral and do not accept a substitute. All mr itoret or sent direct by FCRRODINK CHEMICAL CORP.. ROANOKt, VlMINlA taeim hu become n ci if you art tuftcrins Ftver" vou iu.td Acid lien Mbcrtl to build lever1 For Sale by all Drufilttt. CoM ItaaaULH Cumberlaad Crocery Junction City, Ky., WhflstaU Dlttrlbutun. :,v 1 m necoru, ILanuasiei, tinevanirai n I -- IV.. T"U rvy., ....).... inuiauny uoi. oc 33L. loin 101 o our Xmas Shopping at Welch; HAVE BEEN DOING THEIR XMAS SHOPPING AT WELCH'S HAVE FOUND AFTER THEY WERE NAD MORE CHANGE LEFT THAN WAS EXPECTED. OUR LARGE STOCK OF MERCHANDISE USifffMAK E OUR PRICES LOWER THAN WE COULD IF WE SOLD ONLY A SMALL AMOUNT OF MER4 J EI A. Bring your Children. to our store and let them tee vtke many toys we have on DOLLS, DOLL BUGGIES, BEDS, SLEDS, dis-pla- y. Victrolas & Columbia. propriate for the home Nothing couid be more ap- READY-TO-WEA- R. Ranges. ar WAGONS, DRUMS'.C good muiic. With one of our machines long evenings can be made short and dull hours made bright. Come in and let us play some of the new records and" show you the machines we have for sale. . than Let our Ready-to-We- De- partment furnish your Xmas needs. BLOUSES COATS, SKIRTS, SUITS SWEATERS, GLOVES NECKWEAR HOSIERY HAND BAGS. MEN! We are now offering some heavy Overcoats at attractive prices for our Christmas trade. Be sure and make your selections early so as to get the benefit of first choice. See our, line of Suits before placing your order elsewhere as we are sure we can please you with style, material, workmanship and last but not least PRICE. Welch's Men's Department. aaseifssssaassissa HORN, DISHES, TRICYCLES, ROCKING HORSES. 3 A new MAJESTIC or FAVORITE RANGE is a fine Xmas present. Why use an old worn out Range when you can have a new one. An old cooking stove wastes time, wastes coal and wastes food. Don't you think it would be wise to cut out these wastes and lower your living expenses. f:i., n.n.vf. meat and ace tne many useiui ' RUGS, BED ROOM FURNITURE, things we have for the home. tm taiaSsasslBSsssssaassassssaasasss: DISHES, CEDAR CHESTS, CHAIRS, TEA WAGONS, """i DEPARTMENT "KEINTUCkYS GREATEST STORE." Use the Phone and "Save the Difference.' STORE KENTUCKY. BEREA, KENTUCKY. Say. It It Th. B.it In th. World. I WlMn News It is A News. held that . There Is one remedy that those The Mpreme courl I It Is, and to nreperty. Son.. who know depend upon for relief -3m improvi im-- ' thereon." from coughs that "hang on" after the Krip. Foley's Honey and Tar clears the passages, soothes raw, inflamed To, Reopen Pharaoh's Mines. Pharaoh's mines were discovered In membranes and banishes irritation a French explorer named Cull- - and tickting in the throat A. W. Va.. round that the mines had Box 51, LIndside, heat abandoned before the had been writes: "I am glad to tell you that completely exhausted. A lode of Foley's Honey and Tar is the best ruck was mined "and the medicine in this world. I have had eescralds were found to be very large, severe cough and before I used half bot '.poor, In quality. The mine was a bottle I was better." R. E. Mc Robsgsjfe abandoned. New plans to op- a erate?, tbem on a tentative scale, at erts, Druggist, Lancaster, Ky. Advertisement. now under way. - .fttfttttlttttfCsYQCQACtlfftttt New Headley TOBACCO WAREHOUSE CO. INCORPORATED ' S lLAND grrsan" "Seems to me like It's Juv "Anybody , Jiald Mr. Cobbles. than at reg'lar about sendln" me free 'an' all tho latest crop reports. 'to 'mention full details about them ei dwellers that used to live out Test, with stacks of pamphlets tellln' ra how to fight th' boll wecvll .an th' akeeter. Is on the Job even If be ain't Birmingham no." statesman." Prettlr.e:. Tojfcbavo great faith i; , A Hard Worker. In your con- - Feline Felicitations. Edith: "Jack told me I was so Intcii Mnrle: "And estlng and beautiful yet you will trust yourself for llfo with a rnan who begins deceiving you even during bis courtship." Safety Fire Escape. for tlnzid nnd frightened victims. It of a seat nnd footboard fast-im- il togi-the- r by ropes like a swing, for fu ller protection there Is an extra l.nu of rope which slips over the head i.i. I tightens hbont the body. A womnti lias Invented a lire escape LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY. We have sold since the opening of the tobacco market a total of 1,328,325 pounds for an average of $60.67. The market closed easier on all but the better grades. Some of the better crops sold by us are as follows: Pritchette nnd White, Jessamine County Overstreet and Hawkins, Anderson Co. Blncknrd Bros, Woodford County. A. A. Delong, Jessnminc County Roberts and Greenup, Fayette County, Carrick and Brown, Scott County Stanhope and Anderson, ,Fayo?te County Alcxnnder and Blythe, Woodford county Headley nnd Logan, Fayette County McConnell and Lewis, Woodford county Blackburn and Tiittcrlng, Scott County 2,915 lbs. Average 1,170 lbs. Average 5,985 lbs. Average 2,300 lbs. Average 1,915 lbs. Average 4,455 lbs. Average 3,735 lbs. Average 11,420 lbs. Average 3,820 lbs. Average 3,400 lbs. Average 7,275 Ibij. Average $93.71 $91.33 $90.74 $89.40 $89.23 $88.30 $8C,15 ronlts Many rerfo.n erroneously suppose hat they have found Ixiinty when they .iave tai;en pleasure In what Is merely red Aberdeen An. pretty, and this Is unfortunate, for It CHEST CLOGGED UP t n"eenry to rilrTerenllate Cattle for sale anytime .nnke what '.a pretty r.ml what Is beau- WITH HEAVY GOLD? Hi" tover 01 premiums, ioyu , ex any age. Also regis- - tliul. littls frostM cake. Joy luscious Hogs. Big type Is a China . Poland bon bon, sorrow a doso of bitter uiedl- - ( nut j Pi ntlness Is ephemeral, tAr cine. a m give it a chance to I avoo t lukaittv i. TWMVirfiil nnd memorable. Dr. King's "set in1 I BRADSHAW. M. Wilkinson. rALKER FARM n r tfo ncui a. UllUOUt" Lancaster, Ky. New Discovery $87.72 $8.7.25 i POSTED C U Kx laads for any purpois whatever is we will prosecute all offenders to Hunt- Hm fullest extent of the law. see 'and fishermen especially take J - t .... A li.t.nv iriv. Oram. la all canons not to trespass upon Values of Precious Stones. Kmeralds ranked with rubles am) JTMIAT dangerous stage where a I or cno of grippe or 'cpphlres ns the most costly gems of might tho better of you may undent world. Then diamonds were bo art of cut. In a rourfi state. The 1?.''' Willi niUKI IWH IJSUIICII ting the precious white stone was not uviiw wU1 avm a ,ong gj,. discovered until the fifteenth century, ' Vor fifty yeura It baa loosened con-nhtlgtit-packethe flashing brilliance of the dla- - I gest.il cbesfs. dlsadnatcd colds and phlegm, broken vicious ?. raond was brought to light, hmeralds aiTe lt l0 tllo youngsters ire still fashionable. They are rare, taku It youreelf. Tliero will bo no diss,. afterefTects. and good ones are becoming rarer. cm-ablAt your , Cant for carat they are a. valuawe 'Ji""" $80.38 $85.40 .. U1UIUUUU9. tf notice. Bowels Become Normal B. L. EUda. Mrs. Cora Phillips, Sacrifice. liver livens up, bile flows freely Mrs. Bmma Daniels, tongue-fur- , Love means sacrifice and apprecia- headache, biliousness, B. L. Arnold. disappear wnen ur. And tbe man who thinks he stomach-sournestion. King's New I.I to I'll Is get In theli Mrs. Sarah J. F. Hackley, lores and has not the spirit of sacrifice natural, comfortable action. Mrs. Emma HlnlnboOiasa, only Is administering to his I'urgatlves, never pleasantly correcEdd aad N. B. Price. Alt of the big emotions hsre tive, sometimes should lUcsby. coupled with tbelr expression an under- not ba taken to rack the svatem vio S. & lently. Nature'e way la the way of Dr. lying element of capacity for represD, M. Anderson. ninga new uie ruis gentiy dui sion. It Is the ability to give or with- firmly functioning the bowels, elimiR. U Barker waste, and hold that makes tbelr true vslue, and nating the Intestine-cloggin- g B, U. Keley. tbe most since love Is the greatest of all these promotingIhe system gratifying results. J. C. Rlscy. with them and greater should bo the power Cleanse boon of regular bowels, afic. then tbe know tbe Mrs. Victoria Anderson, at all Hpflotflatfl ' of sacrifice Alden. Thompson and We have two houses and can unload you at one of the houses at any time. Our next sale will be at our No. 1 House on MONDAY Afternoon, December 29th, opening date after .the holidays and we can now unload you for that sale. Special arrangements for Trucks. Bring your tobacco to the Head-le- y House, a quick sale on either end of town. DRIVE' IN "THE MONEY HOUSE" No. 1, 537 South Broadway. . n, No. 2, Virginia Avenue. Trjr m99999999999tf999MM The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Deq.35.IK 9 1 IS ESPECIALLY TWO IN A BOAT Oy LULU M.'PAULCY. CSS. EFFICIENT THIS WAY, HE THINKS Butts Lauds Trutona as Combatant of Tired, Draggy, Rundown Feeling. Louisville, Ky., Dec. 23rd. 1019. "Trutona has put my stomach shape to digest the food I cat and think it la truly a wonderful modi cine the kind a mnn needs when he has that common tired, draggy run down feeling", C. A. Butts, 1413 East Washington Street, Louisville said recently, . "My system generally was in weakened and run down condition' he continued. Kor the past thirty-fivyears I have worked in the foun dry of the American Elevator and Machine Co., and I'd get so hot nt my work that my system Just natur ally became run down. "Realizing that I needed n good tonic that woulu build me up again and givo me strength, I began using Tnrnrii, I'm nble to eat nnvlhing want, since taking Trutona and really enjoy the food,-wherebefore, I didn't enjoy any of my meals and consequently didn't get much pood out of them. My bowels arc acting regularly now, too. I can recom mend Trutona more highly than any other medicine I ve ever taken and I'm gind to do so. " Thourands of weakened and rundown men and women have found unhoped for relief through Trutona Comg straight to the seat of the trouble, Trutona quickly rebuild: worn-ou- t titsucs, creates n normal action of the stomach, liver, and bow ela and gives to the patient the long ought-fo- r strength of days gone by As a body invigorant and system pur ifier Trutona is pecrlers. Trutona ia now being introduced and explained in Lancaster at JIc , Itobcrts Drug Store. till tr MrClora N...p.r 8rnJlrl nra HsS is THE UNIVERSAL CAR Probably tlicrc h nootlicr car that every day in the year meets the demand of the physician as does the Ford Coupe, with its permanent top, its broad seat, And deep upholstering, its sliding plate class windows, bywhichinamjnutc the car is changed from n closed car to an open car. Equipped with an electric starting and lightinc system, demountable rims vmh,3j inch tires all around and embodying all the established merits and economies of the Ford car. Let us look nftcr your Ford car and you will get genuine Ford parts and skilled work manship. Jii.l thrrc month' nsn today," l.yilln. "In another week Hie hotel will he clo.od. the guests gmie. ninl n gnnc. ton." MVe." nodded oh; "It seems surh linrt time ulncc nnd what n heap of nice girls " lie broke off abrupt ly nml hrndeil Ilia bout tounrd the "lt' i Hlllmr. I.jilln Haselden Bros. Garage Lancaster.TKy. I i I "Never," breathed Hob. quickly ; "I'll nut do that. I'rny contlnuo your Interesting tale," and he aplahcd the water spitefully with the l:) oars. MANY MERCHANTS ARE PROFITEERING. Advertisement. "The last was Mr. Harper, who board at Kim cottage." COME AND SEE FOR YOURSELF. Daily Optimistic Thought, Kt the mention of Mr. Harper, flon The crentvst truth' nre commonly burst Into an uncontrollablo fit of the simple!. laughter and made the boat rock vio Freth Shipments of CANDIES and NUTS, J lently. (bought before Sugar advanced) have arrived. "Stop Immediately!" cried the girl; MARKSBUKY "youll upset the boat." FRUIT of all kinds, fresh from the city every "I havo two engagement rings," slie other day. Mrs. Tom Gruaudus has been ill, You may retorted. "One Is yours. --a .F1RJLWORK.S, TOYS AND DOLLS. Mrs. William Blanks has been on have It now It you-nlh.- " the sick list Ho silently lighted o dgarette. Big Assortment of CHINA and GLASSWARE "You'll need It for one of those nice Miss Martha Curtis has been ill for girls you've met," she suggested quiet several days. and a handsome line of CUT GLASS. ly. "Do I know her?" Miss Jane Bowling of K. C. W. of Don't forget that this is the place if you need "I believe you do." His tones were Danville, is at home Tor the holidays. curt. TIRE, all standard makes at a new AUTOMOBILE Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Dunn of Lan "I think," he remarked coldly, turnlowest price possible. ing e boat out Into midstream, "that caster are guests of Mrs. Mary Doty, wo had better bo going back to the ho Miss Margaret Doty of K. V. 0. S, Phone us for any thing you need. We have tel. Tim sun la already set and there Midway, arrived last week and will Is no moon tonight." it or will get "Why, Mr. Porter," she cried, "there spend Christmas at home. was a beautiful moon last night, so, of Mrs. Clay Sutton and little daugh course, there must be another tonight. ter, Hellena, are spending the week Mr. Morton nnd I sat out for a long with her mother, Mrs. Mary Doty. time last evening admiring It," Messrs R. K. Speake and family. "I suppose he Is the fellow you are going to marry," Hob growled. "I re- and Joe Pollard and family motored PHONE 27. member seeing him about the hotel. to Lexington Saturday for the day. Sort of a slaay. Is he not? Ono of Mr. Tascal Gastineau who has been KENTUCKY. BRYANTSVILLE, thoe, Tm mamma's boy, I am. I can with his aunt, Mrs. W. T. Doolimfor talk to the girls. I know how.'" the past month returned to his home "Oh, nren't you horrid T laughed I.ydla. "I think Mr. Morton Is very at Somerset Saturday. Rev. Skagg and family left Friday nice. Indeed." Mrs. "And Quite ladylike, too," llob slight- to visit Mrs. Skagg's mother, Coffee of Campbellsville. Rev. Skagg ingly added. The Thoughtless Bon. Would Save Monty. genius vtho used Tho Ilrldegroom (In rural- offered his resignation last Sunday "You'ro not obliged to like him," lroiMctlve shop) These prices make ma to have to get up at nlehts snd Jot flashed I.ydla. to the Bethel church near Campbells up air tbouchta of marriage. I down lils brilliant thoughts now has "Certainly not. I fay, Lyilla, I'm go- ville where he is pastor. realize It'll be cheaper tu let her o will lio inn sleep ten hours straight ing away In tho morning very enrly. $4,000 was the quota for the Forks without any difficulty. Do you enrol" me for breach ot promise. church In the $75,000,000 campaign "Is Hint so'7" Her tono was banter- .The allotment has been oversubscrib ing. "How dlsnppolntcd tho heap of nice girls will lie. Such a bright, ellgt ed. The Ladies Aid Society gave $450 to the campaign, Mrs. Charles ble young man." Hob's tanned faco burned redly and Dunn led with the largest gift which he gave his full attention to the oars. was $75. "I auppoe It'a the other girl whom The Ladles Working Society met you are going to see," alio remarked at the parsonage last Thursday. This thoughtfully, "How glad she'll be I was the last meeting of the year and "Deuce take the other girl!" broke the time for election of officers. from Hob's tips Impatiently, "I.ydla All the old officers were retained exdon't you care the least little bit J" Lydla's pink cheeks grew a shade cept the president whose resignation deeper and her bluo eye twinkled was accepted. Mrs. Clark and Mrs. brightly. "I wish you would explain, Skagg tied for president Mrs. Clark-refusin-g she anld, provoklngly; "I really do not so the greatness was thrust understand you." upon Mrs. Skagg who finally accepted Hob erased rowing and gated nt her the nomination for president. With long and steadily. Then ha turned his this splendid corps of ladies the fu gaio thoughtfully across the river, ture success of this body Is assured, "Arno't we going Inl" sho pettishly Ten rlew members have been enrolled asked. this year. Iiou turneu his face to her with a glow of determination In his clear. WORTH ATTENTION 'OF WOMEN brown eyes. I'll tell you the name of tho girl I When you feel too tired to work, love, If you will tell me the name of when dark puffs' appear under the the chap you'ro going to marry," ho eyes, when you wake up weary, with Informed her, rather cheerfully. "Indeed," she returned frigidly: "you backache or pains in sides and loins, when muscles and bones ache, when needn't bother." Com'now, Miss Vane." he urged. you suffer rheumatic twinges, whea I'm certain that you aro dying to lumbago puts you down, then you know. I have her photo with me, too.' know the kidneys are weakened or Lydln hesitated a moment, then she disordered. Mrs. T. J. Bucknell, laughed half hysterically. Route 1, Hardy, Neb., writes "l am "Show me tho photo," the said. recovering from an attack of lumHe drew It caressingly from an In. bago, by the aid ot Foley Kidney side pocket and held It out to ber. Her rills. They surely have helped me", lips trembled ss sho looked at It Then For sale by R. E. McRoberts, Drug 'V -their eyes met. , Ira are the chip I am going to gist, Lancaster, Advertisement Barry, aba said softly. 1 Throw Your Money Away DON'T (!) of nice girls." Til rather you'd tell your story Itrtt," returned Hob. hnlf wlntfully. She glanced nt him demurely. "All right," the replied, and began: "I came down hero the llrst week In June anil met you for the second time since our schooldays."" We became engaged, but the engagement wna eondltlonnl. That In. If either of us met some one e!e whom we liked bet ter, we were nt liberty to do aa we plenl. In cay we let each other know." She pniurd Improolvely and struck at tho water with her long, white fingers. "It was your Idea, nnd contained not tho allghlent oMnlng for one of thoe Interesting breach-of- prumlne suits." Itoli flushed, but said nothing. "T7io neit ono to pmpoe," she eonUntied, "was Mr. Hillary, who owns tint splendid yncht. down at the bar bnr. Then came Jlr. Merldan, Charlie Dibble, Victor and that dear, fat col- lege lioy, Percy Downey. I Percy, of course. Ho as deadly In I was afraid when he nmet. nnd abould find I wna only n summer girl be might do aomethlng unplennant. Olrla should avoid the mnn who baa not lived long enough In this world to understand lis waya." "Little philosopher," nrplnndeil Itoli. "I'm not very wordlv-lo- : aren't you nrralil m make fimr Lyriln shook her flurry hnd. "Ton made lao conditions of our engage ment, so )ou ought not to make TWI me about Ihem." die urged. "The looked aweelly sympathetic. High speed motor with great power, Great strength with light weight. Low center of gravity with liberal ro'nd clearance. Comfort and economy. are developed Come and see how perfectly these essentials in this wonderful car. In APPEARANCE, MERIT and PERFORMANCE, it will greatly exceed your expectations. To ride in the OAKLAND with it's low center of gravity and scientific distribution of weight, is to feel a sense security one does not enjoy while trav eling in an automobile that is not built too close to f ROGER ALDRIDGE, Dealer. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. Window Glass ALL SIZES. ! fu." I I I Roof Paints ALL KINDS AND COLORS. flcRoberts DRUG STORE. - ' OHIO BLUE GRASS FARMS. WARREN COUNTY, 216 acres, level to rolling on good pike, close to church and school, 8 room frame house, large barn, good out buildings, fruit, well watered, and fenced, $100. per acre. CLARMONT COUNTY, 1C0 acres, on pike 3 miles of Loveland, 10 room frame house, large barn, good out buildings, 20 acres timber, plenty of fruit, good fences, $10,400. 2S0 acres on good automobile pike, 6 room frame house, new bam, good out buildings, tenant house, 12 acres oak timber, 3 acres sugar maple. $40,000. a120 acres, 10 room frame house, cellar, water in house, barn 50x52, 13 stalls, crib and wagon shed, 20x24, implement house, 20x24, poultry it Becker & Ballard house, good fences, 60 acres blue grass pasture, 1 acre orchard, $15,000. 43 acres rolling and bottom land, 17 acres alfalfa, 6 acres blue grass, 7 room frame house, large barn, $3500. If you are in the market for a good farm, come and look them over. We save you money. Get Our New Farm List. PARR & WOODRUFF, 321 East Fourth Street, Cincinnati, Ohio. , You can buy at the right price of us Frost Superior Fence - SWEET DAIRY FEED, MIXED MILL FEED, GROUND BARLEY, Salt $3.50 per Barrel. .; "1 Oats, Hay, Coal, Cement, Knauwha salt, Sand, Gravel, Brick and Coal, THOMAS WHEAT DRILLS NEW TORNADO DISC HARROWS. GariWd Milling Company KENTUCKY. LANCASTER, Noah Marsee, Jr. BRYANTSVILLE, KT. K .'J a . p ' ' r r 'aaaae BBBBT i v.- - ifr sr n The C intr&V Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Dec 25, wl. .J- 19(9 Pepto-M V 'jack lawton. Just Kids. "Guess ril go Into the parlor." "No fun. lit there, only sis. with her beau. What do you winter go In there fern "t wont he long.' fell pay me a quar ter to git out. nf an For Pale MM. School ChilalrM. Pspto-Manga- t Snakes. tCasrnsst, H.'Wtffia Nswipspvr Ciiih It Is known that some species of serTrimble leaned back In her pents lay eggs, as farmers often plow Aunt chair and regarded" her niece wroth them up, and upon opening them they tlrrt the embryo snake within the leathery covering. The eggs of the same "If you persist In roar Intention marry this tiobodjr," the said., "I will jpecles vary In size and shope, but nre cat jon, oat of my will and leave the nlwnys oval. As n rule It Is the constricting snake, or those which kill mnaey tochnrlty. W It to marry poor clerk that I pate Ton education their prey by squeezing It, that lay gts ; such ns the black snake, boa and accomplishments of the hcstT etc "Harry la not a nobody," Rhoda In dtgnantly retorted, "he If a cood man. Safe. and true. And hewlll not always be a' clerk. Ilia chosen business la one On the occasion of a slight fire ami which promises steady advancement. much smoke behind the curtain n But If It didn't," the girl added veb vnudcvllle manager was trying, unsucrnentlr. "I'd marrr hlra Just the same. cessfully, by suave, assuring state-mento quell nn Incipient panic In "jo doubt" muttered Aunt Trimble A leading comedian scornfully, "this , Harry hn not uert the audience. rushed out and, pointing a finger of hla dark romantic eyes Jn vain. Hut man too think him to scorn nt tho manager, appealed to the If he were the be, life would never accept the sacrifice nudlence thus: "Sure, do you think he would be such n fool as to stop yon are making. "Sacrifice!" "cried the girl, the blue here If there were nny danger!" eyes gleaming. ."Do you compare love for him with an old house no mater now grana ana imposing? way. 1 be happier In two' rooms with' my Har ry, than mistress of all this estate. "Ton shall bare your wish then, im grateful girl." the Aunt aald bitterly Impulsively she tapped a bell at her aide. "Get Mr. TImmons. my lawyer on the Thone," she commanded the mnli who answered. "Tell him my business Is Immediately Important. I Hi to change my will." A man's figure came quickly through the hall. , "I could not help hearing," said grave voice, "what has Just b$en said. rour voices carried, ns I came up. The young man turned a white fare upon the girl, his eyes were tragic. "And Ilhoda." be went qn, "yonr mint Is right about my selfishness In allow .Ing you to make this sacrifice. I Neglect of a simple colj is often can't take you this way dear; I'm hut the direct ciuie of pneumonia. Chiln ppor clerk after all, and I have not dren do not like to take nauseating courage to face tbose "two rooms tnei medicine out do like the soothing of which you spoke, for your home. enect 01 tne external rcmedr, After all the luxury of your brlngln up. In your heart. J00 would won re. prondi me. Hut, neither can I give yoajjp dear. Won't you wait Rliodn, oafli'T see my wny perhaps to better things?' I exnctno promise; you shall " Bnmei Vapomcniha Salve It ip- be free to choose, but lied by rubbing this delightful ruJrc j.The W&Jady leaned forwnrd, Qto tho chest and under the crma, tlfng ln.ihtV silks. Tl Mnk U alar I Mint relief tram croup cad cold, ft it Mat anral tcf Ton i hearty our lover," she sold uMofcaw of pnuioc.ta sharply'. "Bren be at last realizes the to ncmru utrt a k Tlinitoni t Rresn barrier between. You can give him neaded by Itt your promise ofwaltlng, without being YOirjet Ubt u t J C (si trews-Bactually, bound. Then, when sir. Tim ICi 62c aftJ S1.20 monsaraiea,r shall say that his pres. ct tD ins att4 trarra! enee Is not needed. My will shall re Frco aaapla atom puo rcqor fat gain as It Is, with you as sole legatee, BRAME DRUG With burning cheeks the girl stood COMPANY regarding them both the tremblln; WButtbera, N. C. old aunt the sorrowful lover. "Ypu may do as you wish with your will, Annt'Mmble, she said quietly. "And you, Harry, may renounce me If you will. I have no wish to wait for a more successful suitor for that 1 suppose Is what the 'waiting amounts to." She left the room before either could reply. Tne man bowed to the old woman In her clialr and went sadly down the hall and out Into the street. When he endeavored upon the following morning to see bis sweetheart and to make a further plea for her own Inter- ests, he was met by tho discouraging announcement that Ithoda bad secret' ly departed from her aunt's dwelling the night before, leaving only a brief message to the effect that she had gone awny to "earn her living." Tho aunt looked white and worn when Harry Amsden sought her out, "Rhoda has left as completely In the dark as to. her whereabouts," she said wearily, "but, she will come back." Rhoda did not come back. Harry's own search for her was unavailing. Tho girl had apparently been lost among the many brave workers of whese live she bad heretofore known nothing. Hopelessly, from time to time, the lover sought tho stem old woman. An occasional communication came from Rhoda at various places. She was evidently using chance friends to mall her letters from different points. The messages teld them merely that flic was well and The last brought a slight clue, which Harry .followed Immediately to success. ."V Rhoda greeted blm wan and Joyous-eyed- , from behind tho head of a whom she had been try-InvarKnuf hats. Rut Harry did nut leave hls love, thereafter, until he brought her homo with him as his wife. He had telegraphed Aunt Trimble as soon as Ilhoda had been found, litter he sent word of their marriage; but when the two ascended In the steps of tho some trepidation stately old manslou, Mr. TImmons, the tho lawyer, met them lit the door. "Your' Aunt Trlnrtile went happily Ml. 1.n tarn nlirl, ha t.,1,1 Is a sleep from which sho will never! And then Rhoda and Iicti awakea." husband sat still solemn In their won- -' der. In the old library. Mr. TImmons ! came to them. Your aunt wished me to tell you1 without ceremony," he said solemnly, "of the changes In her will. She wanted It understood that the will was altered the day that Harry Amsden made his . The entire estate and renunciation. fortune was bequeathed to him with a compliment In the wording: ItJiud I met In my youth a man 'like llanyAwadeo.' wrote your,, aunt '1 n Clvss Ta Hli Body Nssds To Make RUh. Rsd Blood. Nam. "Cada's" On Ev.ry rckaW aadl Sold By Drug ilits In Both Liquid Tabl.t Form MadUlaal Virtual are the Saase. NOminor PREVENT PNEUMONIAi in a' use arguing about it, or making or cigakey! If you've got the jimmy-pip- e rette makin's notion cornered in your smokcappetite, slip it a few liberal loads of Prince Albertl Boiled down to regular old of a Prince Albert kicks the "pip" right outjoy'us pipe! class! Puts pipe pleasure into the Makes cigarette rolling the toppiest of sports! P. A. is so fragrant, so fascinating in flavor, so refreshing! Prince Albert can't bite your tongue or parch your throat You go as far as you like according to your smoke spirit! Our exclusive patented process cuts out bite and parch tin Toppy TtJ bagt. tidy rtJ fins, hanJtom pound and practicolpoundcryttal gtaithumtdorwitll chin-music The lessons are hard and the chil dren are growing. Wntch their health nnd If they become pale and listless and don't want to work or play, consult a good physician at once If you suspect any serious ailment. The splendid tonic, l'cpto-Mangaif given daily for o few weeks, will In most rases restore the strength and start the young folks on the road to good health .again. Youth responds quickly, Vou can buy I'epto-Man- -. gan in tablet or liquid form of your druggist and can always be sure of I the genuine by looking for the namel "Oudc's on the package. Without! the name "Cude's" It Is not Pepto Mnngan.lt Is a fine tonic and bloodl mnkei for the whole family. Physi cians everywhere have used it fori nearly thirty years. Advertisement Still Waiting. For centuries the worlit haa between-us-man-tal- k, vrjbBiLt raaYiat en ror a perfect man. fiAma Rttmrtim VHmuni rlrntiitr tins especially for cleaning will..- -. Mfn It hjk-...-m- iImIhI 1 school black- - ! ard systems In the wothf. Including nearly 2WJ miles of streets. Smallest Cird. The smallest known Mrd Is a Central American humming bird that Is (bout as large as a blm- - bottle fly. 3oulvards in i. llaisna hits one of lh Pant tmole- - 1 d hamido'l .M. R. and that clotty, ? ne toWeo moi'.l.n.r top I hat trJSHssssnsjiBansafBsjaKssB-ssss- j in men pitfttt condition. mm J. Reynold. Tobacco Company, Witnton-Sale- N. C Not Very Thick. New aluminum foil for wrapping h purposes Is only of of an Inch thick. Tragic Pens. At the prison of St. Paul, at Lyons, France, there Is a curious collection They are the pens with of pens. which the executioners signed the regulation receipts for the prisoners bonded over to them to be guillotined. At each execution a fresh pen Is used for the purpose, and the Ink Is left to dry upon It. Stopping to Think. More good Is done by stopping a minute to think before you act than by the regret of a lifetime. Trolley Dirigible. Trolley dirigible system, electric motor driven. Is proposed for the carrying of malls, particularly for over sparsely settled territory, The pipe from car to gas bag carries electrically hrated air for regulating the buoyancy. The trolley cable Is wound on n drum, allowing adjustment of altitude. Popular Mechanics Magazine. ' Thsy Frequently Do. Lives of rlth men's sons remind us vie could tackle one per chance, and departing leave behind us footHorses Inhtlt Smoke. prints on the young man's pants. Horses Imported Into Argentina nre taught to avoid a poisonous ured that How to 8ave. the native animals shun naturally by "It's got so," says an old friend of forcing them to Inhale smoke from ours, "that a fellow can't save any burning pieces of the uevd. money without doing without some- ining. niie tins is perfectly true, Costliest of Books. we hold to the oolnlon that m follow . It Is said that the highest prtca never coma. ever realised fur a liook, was paid at nn auction sale In London recently, Congenlar t'mploVment. for a book of private devotion. "T understand you hare hired a dlf "XIV Century llook of Hours," for merly the property of Jeanne II, Queen charged soldier na u fannhandf "Yea," replied Mr. Cobbles. "He was of Xavarre, which brought $50,000. In the tank corps." "What sort of service Is he giving!" "The best ever. I told him just to consider my little old tractor a tank, and the way he gets over a nriii is a caution." Probably Bath. "Vhat woman on the corner, walling for a trolley car, refused your otfer of a lift rather superciliously." "80 she did." replied the obliging man. "And now I'll never know If she turned up her nose at ray company or my IllTTer." Hlrrolngnam Books. One cannot celebrate hooka sifll elently. After saying his best. Mill something better remains to be anokn In their ttralse. Am with frfomU nl dnds new beauties with every mee ting ana wnuiil.ablde always In the presl mrr in muse cnoire companions. AS witn menus, he mar a snense with rfl wide acquaintance. Few nnd cholcej A lironsoa AlcotL 3 TOBACCO - ' TO - Bilious? Take 8 C. A. Speitta : Company IN NR N a Cur l Tonight Than caiamau 'a Xm4f Batttr anal Safari C loan a out yatam Without Orlsla. stop 6lak Haadaah. PMrantad. STANFORD STREET DEALERS Lancaster, Kentucky. LOOSE LEAF T0BA660 attacks, constipation, tick I etc.. ar in ma rraal ma j to dim all va troublal peravn can axia-t- l and to obtain real or Uatlnff tx tie lit until cauaa is correcica. 10a la Natura'a rtamtdif (KTl Tahlt vereUbla comDound that n.eim rn ihJ stomach, llvar, tow la ana kldneysj brlnff to brlnr oloul tbo, lurpo4 licalthy nnd luirmonloua arl Inn r ntll tho or can of dlcestlon nnd fltmlna-- 1 uon. 11 kciv promptly ana tnoroujrhirJ Tot so n Idly and trcntlr that thartl ia never iua ,uiuicai, sripins; or uia- -l Hut that la Tint all. Natura'a Remsdy (Ml Tablets) Iiav a UufrtH uy ci&i enect upon ids enure boar, lmnro lnr th nroreaa of Hlereatlon, and aaalmllatlon. th nourishment lal derirtd from food, tho bloo1 quality la ennrneu. viiaitiy in wtrsA sua ium whole system strengthened. One you ret your body In thlal splendid condition, yoti need not UkH medicine ererr dayJuat take an KICi Tablet occaalonalJy uhen lndlccatlon,! uinousnesa ana constiruiiiun inreaiena. and you can alwaya feel your best. neaaaciici. casua due Jorllyt rntaon&blo na Bllioua jiainviuwrr aieepinK weu coaicr nuia viicapvr man renins; wen. (lei a SSa box of Natura'a trr. - It Kff Tavhlaitai mnr cua ran teed and Tvwuiimtvdl b yourl it'l. .l.l We Pay the Highest Market Price and Unload the Same Day. BRANCH HOUSE at MORELAND. m. E. IQnQpUIAaj iiiiasMiiimian'i'waiTi MsKOacRTS, LssSSMlar, KV I mmih e mi uvea aj me sing,- - 2. J. The Central Record. Lancaster; Ky.. Thww'jS-kl'Captained. 'Wonder whv woman Is an ner. verse and contrary." 'Ton. must remember that she1 waa made out otoni of the crookedeit parts nf man." , . Ken. f t pmivwmj a. a. rir, fctan dlMouretMl b. ter trwmrati fail. ' j; " ttnfirt of sVifM, J , I ml JUtte bM rtHcrtd ba jmttmm 2 raT.nOoaf Hats Try It l m IV. FMINM Hmcm f. pORMES DRUG STORE. Deserving of Reward. We are to te rewarded, not only for work done, but for burdens borne, nnd I am not sure but Dint the bristliest rewards Mill be (or those who bar borne burdens without murmuring. Andrew Mori a r. The Dclnns ra4 Indians nude anil brine New Jfork 'inmM spring In as early as stnte 1070, M Itt'i settlers jlrst ' cumntTClnl !3 ..prohnlily the tidk country. The hot anlt.ln l r itifrv of Halt- - liy' white uttfd SSlau was lgun Vicar r. , X. Y., nU'lt JT. Snlt Is cilmiionly HsNl mineral In i"v Ail, and no iwefiil intiiernl ex- 'V.i, 'tlinpi, occur In jrrcnter i ' it N mori) widely dlstrlb. .Jbc.Uultril Htntcs." . First sjalt Merchant j Amount of ?arbon 'tawjl mune from thw white anmaiiyjj l,vs ranted ; aolfcrera; In, the earti atajea; 'jff '.SH know, CoolcO phthlkls mako.'cunslderjaUe aacrMeca M, of yam.tq 'obtain .ctnplfiymrat of this kind. ream These srlm'y workers further reeera- tfclnkl- ar-blo colMers tn that, they are remark .us, ably free "from diseases. of the nervon, system, observes kr.wrlter In London' ,,C7 ni'm,' how'er'er tuaey peje kaT Tlt-nit. asked to dlBte,Mwr' , '.li tteric .sssiss Them lssBtave. ' ivft) toll In. wort t fcMen Jt.1 raid,-- J the targe! 2 Urn-Ma- ck' 8ls, 'te j tmit w'ViijriHB- jag? rtaSLA"E'!& jf jBB m f CARDS. W. A. WHEELER DENTIST Local and J Anesthetics Administered. Tain Reduced to the methods Most modern mlnlmuiii. All work guaranteed. employed. OITIco over Stormes' Ting Store. Lancaster, Ky. Phone 229. General , J.J.Byrne Exclusive Optometrist. DANVILLE, - KENTUCKY. Opposite Gilchor Hotel. Office Hours 8 ( m CALORiqHallNESS. A CalorlC Plfleit Furnace mill tram form bout Junc-tbn- e 'Aeusc Into d liam'wi!l give warmth In tvtty roam, upstalrt and down thh Chrtilmai this Dlntcrall through the ytars to com. The out 6 leu than tUnei. The saving tn time, labor and fuel Is Immeasurable. SSHlAUfl -Jf aa hare he cent de Jot our dinner a m. J to 12 and 1 to 8 p.m. X M. S. HATFIELD WNTIST LANCA'.TER. Ollce over The Garrard Bank Phones Office 8. Realdence 376, KENTUCKY UJUUW Bb 27 T H ItgafMST MAS iu 'V celve the lateral come. Motile at that. fi'oisoff-rollln- e atone a moonlit' enr, driven bjrsjfTtrnnze man vrhorJi.Jr ' arz. . 1, 1. 1. . . i i Inc hmelfKuiciuicly ; tho crjsp brene V ,of nuluMfi fanniM her ro.y cheek and S ttiiytwia fche and her unknown mm-- ' Jayufimwero trarellnzuiisexhllarailns:' .,' It was all part of the witchery ot tw f nlghf, she, tolij herself excuatokf 'fj t May mid shadowa' tall and beckoti from tlie niiKinllt bills. f ' M 7 J. A. Beazlev UNepA. DIRECTOR Olllre Over TT.i3Clristrnas time, while you are thinking' of ways to increase happiness, think, of the CALORIC as the spirit ol Genial Warmth that will bring Happiness and Good Cheer into your home., , ltldnc"irorfc3. W'"' fhono Otllce KY.- - iLANCASTEIt. H .1. PATRICK, Kontuokv , Dentist. Paint Liok. Dr. Printus Walkir VETERIMIUAN. Me Aniwered Prataptly Day or Nljbt. Phone 317. KENTUCKY fTANtAXTCn, Honaker Five Cat Flowers. JeJm M. McRobffti' think of the CALORIC as the spirit of Comfort that will make your home brighter and more cheerful. Think of the CALORIC as will regulate temperature hqiTje.a easily as press-- , throughpuyqur ing an electric button that will banish the dirt and drudgery of heating methods. Think of the CALORIC ,m ECONOMY that will eliminate d to one-- ' half your fuel bill and save more money for the things worth while. CON-VENlENCth- d of her useful life; a young woman. Tonight Vefmal Mililch urged her forth wn to Klass of lelly to a protege ob(:rn "J the old folks home. fb The'.ild folks' home MollloflpWyto from tho'rond. hnd .leavo the' Jelly and retur at '0Xunt Aunt Mtillcent'a party.. ,.ine att ws llllllcent were anxious ,f niollle'a cess of the- lule party. Wght feel brother, Hcre'rend Jsnicsyf,- frenU-proa- d In thus' entertain! ont from Suddenly, as MollfaVtr.. home, and the entrance of tho old11)oncy 0f the bioou reveuieu iu "Jt,e ftUtomouii October moon. .a. wT r .nrmrttlon rolled received va"' tovn.Wty vtfoe. W her Into Its.embfC8- a A man-- " P tbsnrrfU " at nau v aeLi--'i'i--'. ( " t TTt a." ft ' ' S141 old-sty- le one-thir- 4 j J. B. DINWIDDIE, Auctioneer. STANFOWDGIVE 'ME ( :y - KENTUCKY. A. TRIAL. SftUafactieMi Guaranteed. i s aavfi aanr-tiji-- n- Auctioneer SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. h' will install the CaloriC in your home on a" , guarantee of aeventy degrees warmth in coldest weather. This guarantee is backed by . The Monitor Stove Company, of Cincinnati, Ohio, million-dollcompany that has been making quality heating appliances for 101 years. To this guarantee of the manufacturers, we add our own "r personal guarantee of your complete1 satisfaction. The CaloriC is the original patented system of heat, ins buildings by circulating warm air. Burns any fuel Heats old homes or new, of eighteen rooms or less, through one register. Order NOW and installation will be made in a few dnys probably in one day's time, iiid ' without interfering with your present heatins. money-back ar K Lancaster. Ky.", R. F. D'. No. 3 BalMte.Phansgraafly TYPEWRITING and BOOKKEEPING TELEGRAPHY CiULORIC IN fHrwVn.lMI In 41 Mlkklaa iM hM btMinMM, iImi vnftv vdnpatloi no. fri eeLolr W 'i far MMsftWsVUWW MUTHMtliriMait iRih-ima- OVER, 76, OOO HOMES if v tut i ir CioVlUkt Sir TIm U.S. Co. v r 1 M azelwood Bros Lancaster, Ky.' Ws Sutfeot the Compositor. Advertisement 'In New York rami "Wanted, twenty men to work 'is night shirts unloading tecraefs,r Always Unpopular, 't, , Tax paying prouiUetr to rtmai'dirti as'uopopular as ovor." be tkourat law Sanatorium. of TxVerculsais by the 'LouliylUe Maintained Auodallon for ulcaU31, tnaUHxat of tuber. i Ctalotli Ia sli its stage it hit than tn-Rates SIS.M. cwmt boaxl, rneJlc atitnuop, liaadry, etc. Hlgti ground cost., nuiadlaa; eatsotlve vUit, Dtlljht-f- ut rates for WrrofjKWsgs.vSpeckl HMlSliai M SMtaiMl UMMUir, ,1 for tin Tnatnunt a. prtek, A ' srt Ksssss6hv najs4siM wl w'lMitiJ',w MmMM a jWba ejMMe 9&& 0 Imlt ' ' Jones row 1 Qulta-Tru- r - "This war. ba sad evsr-UitaV'allooks aiMM' aad ttrWaU" ! A - U. BUI. J.' t& pateot baa beett (srMM ter' K MtMeeC ewveeeet sr ' fos aiiijoo licTfakailj'u ssy sIMfetW .' ... so . . saselslsy'fcllartHr- eta MLSRS tMk sir,aa4 ks The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, Dec 25, 1919. Wool Clothing ALL WOOL CLOTHING IS HARD TO FIND BUT WE HAVE PLENTY NOW MADE UP IN THE LATEST MODELS FOR MEN AND BOYS. IN STOCK ' ".J NEW BELTED SUITS AND OVERCOATS MADE BY HART SCHAFFNER & MARX AND OTHER WELL KNOWN BRANDS. iM! PRICES FINE SHOES. $25.00, $30.00, $35.00, $40.00, $45.00, and $50.00 WILSON SHIRTS. .STETSON HATS. COOPERS UNDERWEAR. 1N Copyridit 1?19. Ilart'Schaffnw&Mart HOUSE OF QUALITY. JAS: W. SMITH H C L LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. 'IIIMIIWWIIIIIIMII UMHUMMMMMMMHIMtMl rCcP7liftit ll,HartSchiSncrMrs; FH1GI HI lit 1 EHIt5 Issues Daily Bulletin Taking Pain, in Making WE WISH YOU A CHERRY CHRISTMAS AND A if if HAPPY NRW YEAR. " iers. iS." Spainhower "Mrs, Elilna Hyatt Garrard was born near tancaster, 25th, The Officers of the High Cost of county, Kentucky, November Living Commission, which has re- 1845 and died at her home near cently been token over by ami reor Kingston, December 5th, 1919, aged ganized under the direction of the 74 years and 10 days, being the morr-in- g of the 52nd anniversary of her Department of Justice, have been at work getting information from other marriage. She was the daughter of Green Lee cities in conjunction with similar Commissions in adjoining states so as and Mary Ann Hyatt and spent her to learn and adopt the best method life at the place of birth until 1010, when she moved with her husband of procedure. It s the intention of the Commis to Missouri. She was married to P. Gth, sion to issue a Daily Bulletin, show N. Spainhower on December ing the scope of its investigation and 18G7, and to this union five children the information received both from were born: Mrs. Mollie Sinclair of our State and points in adjoining Hamilton, Mo., Mrs. Emma Adkin states as to the prevailing prices on son, of Lathrop, Mo., Noah of near food nnd clothing. It has likewise Hamilton and Mrs. Maud' Jones nnd been determined by the Commission Posey at home. All were at her bed that instead of making the attempt to side when death called her, except regulate all kinds of prices on every Mrs. Adkinson. She leaves beside her husband, two commodity, n policy wilf be followed of selecting ten staples in groceries, sisters, Mrs. Janie Bryant, of Paint five in meats, and an equal number Lick, Kentucky: Mrs. Bell Hurt of in clothing, as well as n few staples in Grecnsburg, Indiana, and sixteen and two great grand shoes, and establishing fair prices on grand-childrethese articles, which prices are to be children. In her early life she united with based on the actual cost of the mater ials and not to be calculated on any the ML Tabor Baptist Church nt Low replacement basis; in other words, ell, Kentucky, then moved her memthe Commission is going to center its bcrship to same church at Lancaster, Upon coming to Missouri attention for the present on a few Kentucky. essentials of life, rather than the so- - she again placed her membership in Baptist Church the Hamilton of callcd luxuries. With this information in hand, tho which she had during all these years fncts are to be presented to the Fair been a faithful member always ready Price Committee, the Chairman of to do something for the Master. In the summer of 1918 an accident which will be appointed in a few days, which Committee was formed left her a cripple from which she ncv and selected in accordance with spec cr fully recovered. Funeral services were held nt Ham ific instructions from the Attorney General in Washington, and with the ilton, Sunday, December 7th, 1310, confirmation of these prices, District at 11 o'clock at the Baptist Church, Attorneys Slattery, of Covington, conducted by the pastor, Itev. E. M. and Gregory, of Louisville, assure us Lands. Interment was in Highland they will be able to prosecute success Cemetery nt Hamilton. Mrs. Spainhower leaves a heart fully, under the extension of the Lever Act, anyone charging prices in broken family, r. host of relatives and excess of these figures. Instead of friends to mourn her departure. She relying upon the malls, tho Commls showed a noble Christian spirit, and s a faithful companion, a loving sionjs sending two of its members to get selling prices on these staples In mother nnd a devoted wife." Hamll adjoining states, and its investigators ton Missouri Weekly. are actively nt work procuring necessary data pertaining to local selling prices. Plan. And Perfecting Organisation. Mrs. P. N. Spainhower, Dies At Her Home in , Hamilton, Missouri OBELISH, FLOUR. THE "BLUE RIBBON" TRY A SACK TO DAY. WE DELIVER IN. TOWN. CREMO DAIRY FEED Will Make Your Cow Give More Milk WHEAT AND RYE MIDDLINGS, HOG FEED ESPECIALLY FOR PIGS, Ship StufT, Ballard's Bran, Farm Feed. OATS, HAY, CORN, CHICKEN FEED GENUINE KANAWHA SAL- TBEST FOR CURING MEAT. D n w town as the ting personal BUCKEYE Nine Thousand Miles In A Ford Truck. III ti - OF PERSONAL PRO Having sold our farm, I ind 5 years year old horse, ilf Jer-- $127.37 Total Coat of Cai, Oil and Miss Lovie Brown is visiting rela Repair. For Trip. tives at Bourne. Imagine it! Nine thousand miles Mr, Thomps Davis wus in Lexing ton Wednesday and Thursday. for $127.37 that's the record of a Mr. Tom Morford wus a visitor in Ford One Ton Truck loaded with Lexington and Nicholasvillo recently. touring and camping equipment and Prof. Tomerlin left Sunday to carrying Mr. and Mrs. Mcintosh and spend Christmas with his parents children (our informant doesn't say how many children), ulso their mar near Llkton. ried daughter, Mrs. Armstrong, and Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Miles and Mr. her hufttiHnd. and Mrs. Hubert Carter spent Friday On July 7th, last, they loaded a In Nicholasvilie. Ford Truck not n touring car Mr. and Mrs. S. N. Morford was with a tent, frying pans, fishing tacin Louisville last week for tho sales-men- s kle and sundry camping equipment. Convention climbed to their seats, and soon left Mr. Olllo Bogie sold a pair of mules behind the city of Ames. Iowa. Their to Center Bros for ?475 and a calf trip led through Sioux City, Itapid to Klrby Tcater for 12. City, Wind City, Hot Spring, Yellow- Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Sanders and stemj National Park and 290 Towns son, of Crab Orchard, spent Sunday or Cities, and consumed approximate ly three months. with Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Kay. A record of the expenditures for An enjoyablo time was spent Sat urday afternoon with a nice pro- the entire 90Q0 mile trip showed that gramme at the Xmas tree in the thuBlhount spent for gas, oil and re- school auditorium. Santa was th,ere airs totaled just exactly J127.37. C.tn you beat it! with presents for all. Advertisement. Mrs. It. W. Sanders, Mrs. S. N. lorford. Miss Christine Morford, l Editors are born, alter Durham Morford and Mr. But not made: ly Cotton were In Lexington o And often promised, nday shopping. But not paid. will on Friday, Decerier - 26th, ATONE O'CLOCK, P. M. on the premises, sell our personalties, consisting: of two horses, one- fat cow, one wheat drill, two buggies, harness, one 1 horse wagon, and other AI.a nwnivrv niifjiuiiibiiio, luijiimg imnl Am jiuuaciiuivi niou ouiuc I goods. One piano and other things too numer m.1 ous to mention. TERMS made known on day of sale. 6. W. Anderson, flgi The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky Thursday Dec 25, 1919 Why not make Wife, Mother, Sister or Sweetheart happy with a gift from THE JOSEpH MERCANTILE CO, the Si for Ladies. MAKE V., t.m x vu HHTTT7 .,i HER . HAPP i Get Her Something Sensible, Something Useful or Something to Wear. , , . ytaf, ... jjiuiisu inui uunui iuuuiiusu uvury one appreciates sometning useiui or somcthinffttoiWeari above kh evey tnmg eis. . f 'A . - m TOSTTOTT TrTVD f! A TxTmTT T nmT'O A TTV and wish We want to thank the public for their patronage during the past year and earnestly solicit a continuance of swne, all a Merry Christmas and A Happy New 'Year. mm COME IN AND SEE U- Sarc nt same old stand. In order to dispose of some will shortly open a 5 10 15 20 25c Sale, all use A Mnntirn Snrpnilnr. rilir fill nrttrlo. nlsn nfhnr rtnro-.ilnn-'ou Pltlcss Scales, 2 second hand Cook stoves cheap want n Diamond Klnjr. Pearl' Necklace or wri'wtch we can ir..tt.if anai wniKiing save you money. We have Oliver Cultivators, M. B. and 'Plows, Disc and Smoothing Harr' I'nints. Wo stock Vo " l'nB & and L03T;--O- n the streej The Woman's Club met Thursday of Mr. nnd Mrs. Milford Ledford. tir last Monday, a poj. bbbbbbbbbbbbbbIbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbI Miss Dorothy Ilcazley, who has tai ling a small amou.il afternoon at their rooms on Lexing The Deal House1. ton nvenue, with a full attendance been attending school nt Somerset, is a check for $7.55 p.i Mrs. Charlie Thompson was leader spending the Holidays with Mr. and ?,oeI. hvward if lefj nnd gave a most interesting talk on Mrs. William Kinder and other rela lt-rMr. and Mrs. James L. West of Miss Margaret Hacklcy of Clay the book of FausL The Club will tives. his sisters, City, is expected Richmond arc visiting FOR SALE: for a visit to her keep open house on rew Years day Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Poynter and West. Misses Kannie and Beltie fine blue neice, Mrs. J. I. Hamilton anil M at their rooms where they will be glad children of McCreary. Mr. and Mrs to to sec their members and friends. Miss Allic Dunn, teacher in Col Hamilton on Lexington street. Howard Harvey and family spent an sacks to be lege, in North Carolina, Is at homo Mr. and .Mrs. R. E. Hughes and Mr. L. G. Reed, of Mercer county, enjoyable day Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. Green I'ojnter. for the Christmas vacation. Miss Margaret Hughes, of Loyisvillc, nnd Miss Annie McAnly, of Boyle Granary, d rBrlil MmUon c( Uit ComlnO Mrs. James L. Yantis .BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBs! and two county, were united in marriage at arc expected tnis week to spend Mrs. Maud Ilogie will leave in olnji by ThoM Wi An Intirulid In. sons, George and Hcrschel, left for Lancaster yisterday. Mr. Beed is the few days for Muncie Indiana, where few days with relatives in the city. youngest son of Mrs. M. A. Reed, Somerset Wednesday, to spend the I she will make her home in the future. Mrs. J. II. Tcague nnd little son, who recently located in Mercer coun- holidays with Mrs. A. M. Glrdler and Mr. John t.utx of Akron Ohio, Is 11. Jr., of Dallas, Texas, have been ty and is quite an industrious young Mr. nrid Mrs. Ralph Longswo Mrs. E. - Owsley will spend a few J. Ling his mother, Mrs. Mary Lutz ilujs this week with her daughter, visiting her aunt, Mrs. George Hal man, while his bride is the attractive Mr. nnd Mrs. William CI; W. A. Sncith Ii sDcndini: the Mrs. W. It. Cook and Mr. Cook in lanl and family, on Stanford StrceL daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Mc- Master Earl, Mr. and Mrs. asssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssi sssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssl Louisville with relatives. Danville. Mr. Owen Hendren. a student nt Anly of the I'arksville neighborhood, Ward and children were and is a very attractive and accom- at an elaborate dinner Mj Acton hare Mr. and Mrs. Burton Woodward the University of Illinois, is spending plished young lady Dr. and Mrs.-- J. with many friends Mr. nnd Mrs. Milto, to Mjincle i'mUana, where they and baliy, Elizabeth' Cash, have been the luletide season with his parents, inrougnoui tnc county. After spend- - c R. Henry Mr. and Mrs. Hendren on Lexington guests of Judge and Mrs. E. W. ing a few days with friends and relastreet. Mrs. James Y: tives In this county they will make Mrs. Fred Sutton, Mr. ami Mrs. Lssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssss Mcfsra George Swinebroad, Wil their home at McAfee, in Mercer i Bro.uMus were Mrs. IE. E. McRobcrts has returnLexing- Clay Sutton were visitors in Mon.'ay, r.nd I ed from Atlanta where she visited liam Kinnaird, Hudson Frisbie, Bur county, where Mr. Reed will engage night ton Monday of Mr. her sans, Messrs Ware and John Mc- ton and Irvine Stnpp are nt home in farming. Danville Mefsengcr. and on Tucs'i Miss Muttlo Cromer of East Bern- - Robcrts. from Center College Danville for tho of Mr. nnd . I V t r J t tprnt the week end with friends holidays. ti" r.tw Dail Miss Elizabeth Gibbs is in Lexing-te- n 1.1 ' snraster, Mr. Robert Hughes N'olnnd came Virginia, whero she will be bridesWe wish to express our sincere n -- i Kdno llerkelo teacher of ML maid in the West Kinnaird wed- in from Lexington last Saturday and , thanks to our many friends for the r ng 11,(11 School, is nt home for ding.. will spend the holidays with his moth. kindness shown us during the illness Ih olidnys er, .urs. jiay Hughes Nolanrt. on nnd death of our father, Mr. Frank Mrs. Adolph Joseph and little Maple avenue. I Mr Holtzclaw, who was born Dec. 1. Robinson Cook, who is a stu- - daughter Doris Rose, arc visiting her luiMt at Ames, Iown, is at home for parents, .Mr. and Mrs. Boner, Mr. and Mrs. James Durham mot' 1828, nnd died Dec. II, 1911. in 'Christmas. After funeral services at the home ored to Ilerea last Wednesday and Liuisvlllc. brought Misses .Margaret Croushorn by Rev. W. M. Durham, his remains Dan l oilier r.lKln Is nt home .to n Miss Mary Arnold Is at home from and Rennle Metcalf home for n two were laid in the Lancaster cemetery htlnntn to spend the Holiday season Chattanooga Tenn., and ttlil spend weeks vacation. by the side of his daughter, Margaret, kith his parents. Christmas with her sister, Mrs. Joe who passed away eight months ago, Mr. Annn Hubble nnd daughter. He leaves three children to mourn hta Francis. Mrs. Emma I.eavell Francis ami Mottle Mac. have returned from loss. Frank Holtzclaw and Sisters. ton, have moved to Miss Lena Rrlght's Rev. C. D. Strothcr, wife and baby visit to Stanford relatives. They on Maple Avenue. left this week for Campbellsville will pcnd Christmas with relatives rrof. J. W. Cook of Stearns Ky., whero they will spend the holiday at Hndgevillc. Is the guest of Miss Mnttio Mac I.uti season with his. parents. Mr. W. B, Durton gave n stag din Miss Maud Yatrr is ill with l.in- durinK tho holidays. Miss Cecil Uutson, a student of nt r at the Kengarlan Hotel in honor SllltlS. Margaret College, Versailles, is with ofthe tobacco men of tho Garrard Mrs. Edna Arnold of ML Vernon Mr. J. L. Yantis was a vUitor Sun' is Writing her nvire, Mrs. Joe Fran- her parents, Mr. and .Mrs. R. II. Rat' Tobacco Warehouse. It was quite day of Mr. and Mrs. T. L. until. son, for the Yulvtldo season. a delightful nirair. cis on Danville nvenue. Miis Lidn Jane Broaddus will fiiend Mr. Bert Sopcr, who together .vill, Dr. and Mrs. M. S. Hatfield anil in Christmas with Mirs Alice Sutton of Mrs Elizabeth Hughes has return, his family now live in Littleton, Co r, tcresting childron, Elsie and Ernest, Marksbury. od fro;n a Visit to her daughter, Mrs. renews his subscription to the Rec- - niu spending; the Christmas holidays J. W. Ac y in Stanford. Mrs. Carrie Davidson is sneinliii ord and sends his regards to all Gar- - with her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. T. B Christmas in Richmond with Mr. ami Mrs V IJ, .Moss has murnod from, rard county friends. Ho writes tpt Walter, at Jabez, Kentucky. Mrs. V.. T. Rice. ... . . t? . ... I ,1 zt r!,l ... t.lf.,1 l.ltl Irt ll.mtr.llA nn.l 11. ir. v. ...... .v vum.iiiw ..i.v ...n.tl M.n.iiv iiium ub jirvftcfii is vury Mr. and Mrs. Miley Beazle were Miss Marllee Lear, who is attend Bin vlier- - she Ims been visiting the thermometer being 31 de- Inir Brcnau College, Gainesville, Ga., recent guests of Mr. end Mrs. lias- nuves nnu irienus. , gres uclow tcro. has arrived to spend the Christmas corn Brown of McCreary. .Mr, and Mrs. William Kinder, Mr. holidays with her parents, Mr. and 1 Mrs. V. A. Lear, on Lexington street, and Mrs. Miley Bcazley moiorad l) r Lexington Friday for the day. Mrs. Letitla Ware, returned to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Yater Lancaster last Saturday nfter a tie- guests Thursday of Mr. nnd Mrs. were Wm lightful visit of several weeks with Smith on the Poor Ridgo pike. her Mrs. Buckner Mr. and Mrs. William Walker weri Splndlo and Mr. Spindlo nt Norfolk, royally enter allied Sunday at the Vn. homo of Mr. end .Mrs. Rov Pre "tjr. Mr. Charliu Ball, who has been Mr. and Mrs. Tolliver Cornett and V away from Lancaster for thirteen son Thomas, spent Thursday at I'aipt Jewelry, Fountain Pens, Silk Hosiery, Mens years, came homo to spend a few Lick tho gueits of Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Capp, Ladles Scarfs, Underwear, Sweaters, days with h'ls mother, Mrs. Joan Hall Ralston. lltiiiilkercliiefs, Ties, Aluminum anil Silver Wore, Etc. and brother, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Mrs. Herbert Ellis and handsome Bell. little son, of South Carolina, aru vis. FANCY FRUITS, NUTS, GRAPES, CANDIES. Miss Margaret Carr, left Saturday I ting, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. See our lino before you buy. for her homo in Missouri. Miss Carj Kavanaugh. "x Mr. and Mrs. Miley Beailey were has been the elfictent XT trimmer at Ci Mrs. Bella Francis' Millinery rarlonl entertained Thursday at an elegant for several seasons and has won1 dining at the home of Mr. and Mrs. I WE SELL FOR LESS. numerous friends by her pleasing Homer Ray. and courteous manner, and who hope Mr. and Mrs. Bascom Pelphrey and she may be among us again. Miss Nells Pelphrey will spend Xmas J. R. MOUNT CO. Mrs. Gussie Aycrs of Shclbyville, day in Stanford with Mr. nnd Mrs. Mrs. Mery E. Ray wli" hai been ill Ind., Is the pleasant guest of her William Carson, is Improving. mother, Mrs. It. Z. Trice. . Mr. and Mrs. Marcus White and Jlrand Airs. John Drown of Louis--fil- e arc guests of her parents, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Goldcnberg and chlIdrtn' of the ne"' DanvilIc Plke' and Mrs. Jnmes Rurnsidc. son, of Mississippi, will spend the were x'uests Sunday of her mother. Mrs. John Broaddus. Mr. and Mrs. Pat Sutton and holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Tuttle left daughter, Miss Lilla Mae, were in Mrs. J. D. Gulley, on Danville street. Saturday where for Barboursvllle Danville last Friday, shopping. Mr. Randolph Poynter was strick- they will spend the holidays with Mr. Mr. Jim Arnold came h from Col en with appendicitis last Friday night and Mrs. Milton Tuttle. umbia, S. C. last Sunday and will and remains quite ill at his home on Mr. nnd Mrs R. II. Ward and two spend the Christmas season with his Buckeye orad and will be taken ta a sons, Harold and T. J. motored to hospital as soon as able. mother on Danville were visitors Taint Lick Sunday I FOR SALE: Two. 30 gallon lar. kettles. See Miss Fannie West Jack Hiatt Malasssssssssssssssssssssssl FOR SALE: A good Range in perfect condition. at this office. FOR SALE: Three stra tings, one new one; one I clocks nnd many other th bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbI Miss Jenu avenue. Q Miss Johnctta Farrn who is attend ing school at Nazareth Academy, at home with her parents and grand' parents for the holiday season. Gossip About eople $.;.ri 'al thatH CorH LajiH AjH grossB returnH Card Of Thanks. GUY. AssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssB XMAS if W fv It fix aaumrs variety aiore. i f 1 Dry-Cu- Vulcanizing .pr. idng-n-ot half sole-acan at leMthan half price. re only Mart nil over nnbenrableJWl nntn nd ilr4iir.pftBfoV-vXn- y dues It only to tease you. aiid you know tie desnt care a might yibout any Toni ndded consolingly. Tin firewater was Dick's closet frlvoil, nnrl Tom knew, only ton well tlck;i greatest faulf, which wns',hls Jeuliw over any ktjentlon shown 'Fill firaj.fhls swevtbrart from childhood.,, wVaa homo for the holidays from baitralng school, and Dick was home nlsSTfor-thholltlnra from rnltr- - Tim hnptt fctv days"wtre delightful oheK.fir AMlclt anil Fin unUl BolrMsrrJll arrived. I that flflin a vWtwnjsierrlll j"'5f'i;parly- - lite 'yeSr prevfous. amP- - - 5fll.t(jr(lo. '('"Dick, fix; Is.Anly a mere' child yw(" up ami uown as oh thatsgrmvi Howty uponj i mnurttntn sMj-t- V.it inrvivri only n,frcr a ceaseless l.se 1? with soil anJ c!l- i'-.- toupt Iulilkndnnk sf.d hidory have ti whcrf liurrrnMiirks her wort lile? msrr. IJii JnilfJ ;oqe m ThornhHl 'arc bu.jfr-- l l 1 .1 f II explain the value of the ThornliiU way. 17 touchiouoic ... . sirengt;i. dojc-cralfi- Woo fmnr ifikrMf J Jj'enuWeJ with ' iw. tv (,,. v W, if. j; I nviiHiw, DAM liHiiuiin, T AWAPIW irv ., T.-'a-V htut StrWt- L.BGO - tf, Prbpietor.' , nU Wren outiAWt b,st Danville, Kentucky. C it CITIZElR 31 n irzrH D SBfe . hl ?'",tJi.hi forfflvV year? nmH home-llsndo- mit days had Pv nd . ifully three tiA Aran a m-- t. ITone hr nnte Kn.t 'ialmtjiwof rifl. lie railed at her home Vrfn,i. Artpr wurlnz an! w tin, joii ininy roonop .was. called by his ri:V national KENTUCKY. tj bank, V' jl . I. 1 OF LANCASTER f, Capital and Surplus 3100,000.00 ;A$$cts Oytr 0ns Half Million Dollars., ON 4'ROLL lbadson;'Prefident, Chump, CaaWer, .. OF J.' HONOR." Walker, V. J, Pres."" 4 . W 0, Kicnej(,,Asst, Caebier. lker, Asst. Cashier,, Mrs.Ji. C. Uam'iltmC Clerk. ''''''''''''''''''ttcr H th, i9, razee; ister, Ins for Itoli nnd rfl, and IberiVuddi-j iy niuiiu mine "io. lurra ,nnii iu nnu .iiin'Mii niiiiiiuy. jiMn jonKeii bo n run vhV.he sw hlin nmf ffnJMt Bp.atWr? o pleasantly, that Plok.C'ouijHoiiJr look at her and mr na vtmut, arord. Flfl could not iiih dernfihd for n moment; then remenJ-)rln- s the old Dick whom, l.neT well Jieforo they .went away to wltiHil, he Inert ho woa Jealou of and nn de-- ; ..' .Merrill' ultentloi i cliteil tn cure Dick's Jertlouiy. So h rfollowlns ilflT when he wnm wIlh.IlnH and Dick appeared, sheiia'ued l)lnrl'y( Hiinudi nqy recognition on ner nan whaterer.- Tlie .nioro fin thousht p,( iu iiie.more do wanjeii to teaw'Dlek. so when the; received a.note front tlck ayitlns-hepermlsilon to'a,etn her eV cort to JtarlyrnlMerrIirB "refeptloti, t0 which they ijere hpth Invited. Klfl de-- . cllned with thanks, and added. Uitt Mr. plcrrtll was golriif to call for her. ;"Tom, this Is trolns the limit I Jut; can't stand It any lonserr-somchow- . , ... v rr himi iuu i ...I.. .1. iwo weeks werw up and that I was hack at collece. plURglns; away; almost anythlo'K rather than vateh that fellow take her away from' m.' "Dick,, dont ho foolish ond- - ntsy way from the .reception- - why," don't you show Flfl that you don't care- -why not make her Jentoust "That you. Flfl) Awfully sort lit tie girl, but It will be Impossible for me to come over In the car for yen. I have to meet a friend at the 'station not offended are you I Thanks,!' jihd Fffl could only stnre at 1be ctephohe in a' oazeo sort or nun ion. Whatever will I do; the Ided of him disappointing me nt the last moment-w- hy didn't I let Olck call for me," and going to the telephone she called Dick. "Yes. Dick, dear, I've decided thnt I don't want to go with Tom ; In fact. I want you to call for me will you' "Why er yes. If Mr. Merrill Is not Eolnit to." and to Flfl, Dick's voice sounded very cold, At the reception that evening poor Fill had a miserable time of It with around. Ilarbafa four conspirators fairly monopolized Dick and Dick looked tike the devoted lover. Hob was all 4ye and ears for hlS little sweetheart Nellie" Lowe, and Tom played his port to perfection. Coins to Fill who looked so out of place alone, he said smilingly, "Well, Haiiiara and Dick nre having n wonderful evenlag TTJJW't know when I saw Dick so attentive to- a young lady before, and look at our 'Handsome Uob' oh, by the way", dq you know they are going to announce the engagement tomorrow J" At this point of the conversation 'Tom was called .nway, and. Flfl was lef( to wonder" whose engagement It whs, Dick and lforhuru's or Dob's, find feeilu: certain tliut no one saw her she stole but Into the conservatory am sitting behind some palms the (irown curly head droppeiPand tUe tears fell fast. And before she real ized It. she was talking iittmd: "To Jlitnk ray little pluyuuite. and, sneet- henrt U mine 'no more," and the tears to fall. A heavy step sound- eil close by, hut Flfl did not pay .any attention to (t, and, presently o voice was saying,- iiuie.piayinnre, I'm stllJ yourDfck und "what's more". Why. Dick (Iolllster, the Idea of yott talking to me like that' when Ilnry let me pass" but Dick barn ad-o- h, stood u her way and taking tbe little lauds In his be (old her bow ISarbnrp, lie, Tom and Dob had conspired In or der to euro ber gf her flirtations and teasing '"Why r Dlek, that funny, and only a few days ago I decided I wanti ed to, give you' a, lesson so that yoa wouM sot bejealbus.of 'ui any more. far OTi"hl.tr hf?'nDd tleevitn. hlv.V filch WOlihl Imf .mnml MmtiVitfn rMllini-hls'r- .mi inoTorfiie wjin np jir.iM .WilrInfttf - rllciSBBBBBBBFWJa5!lAi, Li. ssssasBssftrWX )A--Js- V, JZflsri m. r ' SAL As Administrator of Mrs. Francis A. Pollard, deceased, we 'will offerv for sale at her late home, on Lexington pike, 5 miles from Lancas .' ter, on TUESDrtY, DEC. I The followiriK property: 30 th. ' '' At ONE O'CLOCK. - . Twp milk cows, 2 yearling heifers, one long yearling steer, ' one suckling calf, two brood sows, three shoats, some baled hay and straw, 50 " i" barrels of corq, turning plow, one double shovel, one new wheat fan, 30 rods wire fence, 3 bales smooth wire, some old fashioned furniture, con--' 'j sisting of one chest of drawers, 2 chests, 2 kitchen tables, one drop leaf 1 si ,11 ua rauiy.ouicr imngi. amu TJ wl 1J nuuicuuiu Itoie 1 )n. A 1 -- 1 VIaU Ja tutu svii.;n i"uriMj.urc. f TERMS MADE KNOWN ON. DAY OF SALE btWt iptt k what, VKtle I g1rir.sked t i'Ssf n Dick K's It's kind of so mfr TM.waJtf.WM asst -t-s) sUssVrt im pumg wMap.s.a nssWrl ; "J" the la m' JCAPT: AM. BOURNE, 3 & T. T. P0LLAPJ3, Auctier. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday. Dec 25. m 1WJ 9 1 1 i, j KIDNEYS WEAKENING? troubles don't dlssppsar of Tnar erow bidwif ou lemsaivstvee. neaun wim ummmining IMdiirm kaoir ftertalnlr, until you 111 vie to ajneurabl d imm. nop yljur troubles whtls thsre lo time. pun, oecnme di i .1 utile iui untiltrint with ntsaass. To IMn't kola luturo sun'trlne: tes:ln treatment lib "1)UI MKUAl. Haarlem Oil Catklio now, Take three or rur everr y wnui you are enureir irae ironi . pir. willAnnwn firamratlon tiaa boon This no of the notional ramadles of Hot. tho ov,rn. Una for eenturlas In ! man! or tho Natherlands trented oooeiol thenar outhorltlno 1U Drapers I itlon and sale. BETWEEN LINES CHINESE WOMEN STUDY. HEALTH r KMw Tbo housewife of Holland would e. moot toon bo without food at withaho out dor "IUI Dutch Drops,' auaJnlly rolls OOM) MKDAI Itaarlsm Thor roatoro eirencth and oro responsible In avrrcot maoauro for tho sturdy, robust noaitn 01 too iioiianoors. t Do not dsloy. do to your drurglst oad Inalat on his supplying you with OOLD MKtAb llaorltm OilA Csulo. armToko rji I illMolarf a k if v n km aatlaned with roaulto your druggist will clatfly refund yoor money. Look for tho narno OOU) MlUJAli on tho box Poxao, and accept no othor. In saalod thrso altsa. .OOK OUT! u u By ELIZABETH A. DE BAER. lUCIara N.w.ptptr Hradlcala I Olga wns a senior In boarding school and Oeorge was n Junior In college. They met nl a college house party and, I well Olgo was short with very large cyc and n very small tnoulli. KJie wore her linlr, blnrk uml shining, parted In the middle, pulled quaintly ilntvn over 10. ISIS. Oy KliP L Other Seed 'A i Li Y AT10NS Three Doctors noturn From America to Dsgin Active Health Campaign Among Women. ALL AGENCIES .COMBINE TobaLp Seed. beware of is hrtnosi I -i-- ... Itac-aiinS- I I Diaw A Check jsh urn NUirniW ktw--- n I LI 1 Wmm Thoy know h for the money you ov e and I note how much more respectfully your creditors re- ' Sard yuu. Thoy like to do business with n iiiniieMvlio has nn nccount utWe Girnrd B11V & TrnsUlft likr way. Hotter open such an accounfoTeti ii your affaire are not later. ThAv right-- l will grow all Is doing business In a business The Garrard Bank & Trust Company THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Copilot $50,000. Surplus $30,000. A. It. DENNY, President. J. E. STORM ES, Vice-rres- t. C. M. THOMPSON, Teller. DENNY, Cashier S. J P.. NAHMS. Individual Book-keepe- r. r. HUGH MOD LEY, General a her fnrihend, puffed over the ears and high In haik. When tloorge came to call, she wnro her grandmother's comb, which ns very lovely then hurried It back among tissue paer when he left. Olgn'a dres.es were ruflly most Impractical, hut she wns practical because she inacle them her-rfl- f. She could play n uiittnr softly and nill ber eyes nt tbn proper moment, mid, best of all, she una n good listener. Hut when It fl me In talklni! Olgn was a failure. She couldn't nr nnylblne funny and ber wonts Htnied to Jump out In a short, snappy nny, Olpi couldn't talk well and, fortunately, he knenr'lt so she didn't talk much. As for Itenrcf he was tile anil awk-narHe could but leads of fun. mnke bis tbumlia co out of Joint and (Una would cover her blc eye with tier little bnnda nnd bee him not to lie "so naiishly," and said she wouldn't look, but be knew she was tliroiiKb her finger. He liked to hare her sit curled up beside him, nnd play , softiloiv music on tier gullnr !ille liter fiJuli looVetl Into space. Ye. ihey ! were ilertVy In lore I men. roe nousc pany emieu aim OlcB-tni- e liack to scliool, fell Into the Lafjn of ber walling roommate, was' umKKni upmir alio, HKiiin iiuikii , low, ronfewd the whole story to wide-eye- d t Jane, "And Just think, dear," she ended with a resigned sigh. "It'll be two I months before I'll see him." "Poor little thing." Jane ojed with a nty I he dlumond set fraternity pin thai clung desperately to Olga's waist, "It mut Ikj wonderful to be In love." j .I .1,..- - - . tnr Tl.n ,... ' Olga It wns n letter from (leurge and I such n letter Olga showed It to Jane I ijoloj under their name. The gen-ulna imnrn-- , A "n J "wley Tobacco Seed raised R. - KM iv A cniiic ' , Vocured xx fram tj,e raier r imlmt n,S nn is tint , As a result of the Y. W. a A. Inter idjaae, navinr . . of national' Conference of Women Phy their signature as shown below iijj ,rj, Trade Mark Is now slclans, held during FU'ptenibcr and Oc patented and on file in the U. S. Patent office a.wahiiigt6n. tober, Chinese noaien are to hate Any infringements will be prosecute.'. Seed picked from best health program. Dr. dn Kahn, Dr. 1,1 and Dr selected pods, This Tobacco has topped the market for the Dnu. three of China's half hundred past 25 years. women physicians, who attended this ru - American Y. W. C. A. Will Support Wemcn's Part of Chinees Health Campaign as Part of World Strvlcs Program. PRICE $2.00 PER OUNCE. SPECIAL PRICE ON LARGER QUANTITIES. Send all Mr.il Orders to .i' if-- W. F. D. No. 1, (Trade Mark Patented) '1 ISiNEY Embalmer. Kentucky. Residence Phone 33 ,., ' r t K V. she rend It for the fifth time. It was j Indeed a masterpiece, a clever, well- - ' written letter, and tllgu was wle-s- he WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. Inew her noswer was evneeted to he I G. B, Swinebroad, Alex K. Denny, J. II. Posey, J. E. Stormes, eiually as clever It Jint bud to h- -I S. & Denny, A. T. Sanders, Dr. V. M. Elliott, Directors. .Moreover, she knew she couldn't write. n good letter any more than she could ' tell a good Mory and she knew June could. And Jane did. True love siioultl not deceive, but tMgn, in ner ue- -, v Much You Should Wehjh. Oncw and Flrttlles. sire to keep ueorges nneeuun wm.e JLc'jirUulal Is nlu'ujs uml ever pie- - Hiruf i'SClilJEST. l3TiyrtaluJ.ojf unv imn min, ..Isht wns toldrecetftly by I)r, ntn-rqiiine Hli;l.nt or tho lit renllied her shortcomings and she 'h- - nddnlgbt oil." ... tl. Ilecli of the University of not "bum lie did her best to outwit them. So Jane, ' ml, tn tut odilresa before the work tiy snow aiiI llrelllts. There lc muler Olga'a careful censorship, carAngeles County Metllral nssocl-a- t nn undent legend nbout a t hlnti-- e atu. ried on the latter's correspondence , Angeles, Cat. I'lrst, put dent who win too Kir to buy oil. So with ber llancc. In the summer months he slu-lle110. Tlien multiply by f.LJ h nil All went well nnd everyone wns apof Inches by which one's night by the light of fireflies mucin parently happy until one day Jane, exceeds fire . Add the re. nnd imprisoned In a poper l.mttrn. nnd red-ejetold Olga the wanted to talk t the multiplication tn the nrlg- - i In the winter by the rellectlon of the nllh ber. She Hopped down on the' 'HI nnd the sum la one's "Idea! jrn 'w flertrude Hmeiroii In Work cot among the pillows nnd looked up " Popular' Science Monthly. Oullxtk. ' Into Olgu's questioning eyes. "I can't go on with It, ltoomy." she j wild in a hollow voice, "I can't go on deceiving lilui, and myself, "Yes, Pe tried to make myself be--( Hew I don't loe him, but 1 do bis' Idlers nre so wonderful. "Slop," Olga cried; "do you mean I )ou bne fallen lu ue with my ( Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent. " . .I . "', t I 'rs - I t ""v1'" ... HIR IDA KAHN UROES CHINESE . WOMEN TO WORK. .: B. L. KELLY & SONS. R. F. D. NO. 1, LANCASTER. KY. Is STOP! LISTEN! REPAIRING Ma-chi- I" lleorgel" Jane nodded mUerably and the tears LOOK! of We arc equipped with machinery to do all kinds AUTOMOBILE AND GAS ENGINE I l We can furnish you with a now battery or repair your old ' one. battery charger We havo installed nnd arc noW"rcady for bnttery charging. With our Aceytcleno and Oxygen Welding we"cani weld 'most any broken part of nn autoAt any mobile, gas englno or farming machinery. time yu need help on your Auto, Gas Engine or nny( other kind of machinery, call us and we will bo glad' to come to your rescue cither day or night. No jobs too large or too small. Wo also carry a largo stock of auto parts for Fords and other makes of cars. We handlo tho Now Crown Gasoline which gives more mileage thnn any other gasoline on tho Market. We also furnish Free Air nnd nre equipped to Wash and rolish Autos. Garage Open Day and Night. Satisfaction tMflranteea. On all makes of Automobiles or Kni.'incs. I HENRY P. CONN, Chief Mechanic PAINT LICK, KY. ''Photo 31. Patrick & Conn. i "Oh, Oeorge, what's tbo ue "I won't believe It, Olgn I krnw you love me nnd I've como to explain everything. I was ko rrtuy about you Hull when I went nnay 1 was afraid my letters wouldn't hold your Intcrtkt, so Anil I got Kin n to writ! cm for me. now, Olgn, lies fallen In love wun Jim. mid lie savs he's rend lictwcrn the lines and knows you're Ids by rights, lie told me so this morning." Hut Olga stmt out of tbo room, fling ing u "be right hack" to the surprised man who stared after her. lit a moment she returned dragging n bewildered Jane across the room. "George, deur," she explained, "It was Jane who wrote these letters I was trying to deceive you amlT-- " but George bad taken her In his arms. lie had kissed her twice when she suddenly remembered, and whispered. 'Introduce them, dear," George latighod, "They doa't need an Introduction, honey." And they didn't. A Sax Difference. The difference between a man and a woman la mat wnen you see a man wearing evening clothes you usually sea somebody whod much rather be wearing aomcthlnj else. Detroit Free mer bounced off tier check, "Yes." khe nuswercd simply. Then desperately she went on: "And I've read between the lines. It's me ho loves. It's my tetters, tt'a the girl l'q put Into my letters me me t" "Oil. June, how enn youP nnd Olga sank down. She wanted to cry but she didn't, so she whistled bravely. That night the maid came pattering up the stnlrs with two enn Is for Olgu, One wns "Oeorge Potter," the other, "Slnnley Mills." She couldn't think; slkk" went mechanically down the stnlrs and Into the reception room. Ceorge caught her hands nwkwnnlly nnd, utterly Ignoring the tall, dark man beside III in. said: "Olga, tell mo the 'truth do you love If" conference, are to take an active, part In promntLng this health program for womcD '"ch wH1 ta ,lie ,Uar8 ot "1C v- - w- - C A. In the big health move- font tn China. The funds for establishing thest health centers, 'for demonstrations ot how to care for babies, for health lectusea for the women, for babies' dls- pensarlea and for a general educa on4, nmvtsX(lTlt wm ba nltHi bJ American V. W. C A. as pert of Its program of world service for women sod girls In ltrjl. Dr. Ida Kahn, In a recent appeal to modern Chinese women said, "Let our women of education In Peking and rlewl:ere gather themselves together to work for the schools, Itcd Cross and V W. C A., nnd everything else which bcepeaks the betterment of the coun try. Instead of staying at home to play poker unit 'sparrow,' nnd going out to aliciid endless dinners, tea parties and dances. "Let us rally our forces and help the vhlp of state to move safely, Ouc per ion ennnot accomplish muclf, but oue sr two hundred millions of women cn work wonders. Let us go back to n simplicity of living oiore Spartan-tiki ttid let us build up social service until itery city In China Ij sanitary, every toctlon of the town has Us proper Illinois, and every child, whether boy sr girl. Is sent to audi schools. True octal service brings democracy In Its :ratn, nnd we who oro cltltcns ot sew republic can help to make It truly treat by preaching and living democ racy all the time. Why not learn lo lo our household duties, deeming It (reinitiate to he wulled upon by mutd and slave girls all tho time. "The status of women In China, while leaving much to be desired, still Is quite hopeful when wo consider that she Is Just emerging Into tho sis terhood of the imtlon. Our men ran Jepcnd upon us tn tieur the burdens of the day, for nowhere Is tbero n more industrious, diligent nnd persevering womanhood than In China. Dr. Kahn Is lecturing In this coun try on the needs of her fellow country women. In the Interests of tho Y. W C A. Educational Campaign which plans to acquaint people with nil phaws of Y. W. C A. work In the Pnlled States, S.mth Amerlcn, China, Japan, India nnd Europe, This educu tlonal cumpalpi will be followed by an active effort lo raise the M.UKI.OIjn needed for service for women through out tho world. CHINESE WOMEN HAVE FINANCIAL ABILITY, They Carried Y. W. C. A. Campaign "Over the Top." Much has been said tihout the honesty and skill of the Chinese business man. The world has neglected to mention the financial ability of Chinese women. They proved this abUlty In the last financial campaign of the Y. W. 0. A. In Tientsin, Ordinarily three weeks are allowed In, which to raise the budget by after the finance committee has decided upon the sum neceaiury to carry on the work of the coming year. The Tientsin campaign was carried on entirely by Chinese women and broke all records by going over the top In (en daya with a large surplus over the budget. W. 0. Funeral Lancaster, LsMi Oflke Phone 18. Director and Overland 4, I believe, fills a need for quick, ccoromical, comfortable transportation which exists among millions of people in all classes of life and hi all countries. After ten years of experimenting, two years of testing, nnd 250,000 miles of demonstration, I am confident Overland 4 will give satisfaction to owners out of all proportion to its price. Christmas time will soon be here. 41 oa want to please your wife nnd children what you have Buy a car. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. If you and' enjoy I ROGER ALDRIDGE, Dealer. Fil placo, SALE Pilflltlf Is My residence on Crab Orchard street and known as tho J. H. Dalton Tbo house contatna seven rooms, four porches, two sleeping; porches. upper and lower hall, bath room, hot and cold water, electric lights and cit tern on porch. The house hss every convenience and practically new, The out. buildings conatst of Carage, Coal and Hon House, wagoo and buggy house, ir fact all necessary outbuildings. Two acres of land, fine garden, good barn with four alalia and driveway. Possession, given about January 1st. i HENRY A. MOORE, LANCAST1 7 As r .1.1 i 1 "i vv K j&iqn ,,;ave.twdan ns;l j&dd atfeHt price f0E(mipedte PPJ&stf n ii anolonlye; iooated near, foftft 2 roiftfeom Ptgri&ick, our& Weijji , i J acres tobacco watered 'Jng'aifd nVer UmfeJHKji of this.farm mfiie .sandstone all'd. dahs'mafce quK?(AI??lgppefe ' acre; ' 'ym ; ; tow, 'will npww e. W,ed hfer ll&gplv T- - inTprots: eatoii than Jfc Jae chui-ch.- . meat hoise, s,tpck, barhejsily prjihbli:iic 'htfusel'5 arrahedt(f e evemWfr'nd we 'W.nornii Ken- out- -' -- I aclbacco 'J jjjljMCfted look of Pncea htiwclMgh, you be very 1 ' 4eWW seltyoufiisaC204.()ffi andVwilUbe) deligntefl' to. V - itu mwre if selecting i;Muses&S WdVlandwirf m necMry I a markt tottf 1 Tap diat ' Can Ion where Umt the highMt no. Mfrstrbng competition .aiMlasiuraiM hisOWr,-- market price at all tiMcf - 'COME rfofcSOra was iijivr of-therW- i, I e,r ine sn-onges- c corjpM. orMjyi '; TT-a- ll '4?lit k' StPUnt,which;willJbcWfcha,gitdL wiH Wmt buyers on'all grades of ToiHMGa, - tkaifcLS , 's C new coinp-rtitio- n. tiv i iWfT.-T.-rii ; ' I hhhb Vr 7 k jj, . r BBM "BBBB , f. f.B.aMW . 1'. J - . SraBBVv -- . miiiwiifliiiim.1 hhhhhhiiiiw. 7 ."' "K.aflBaBMf 'aBBBBLiBBk BPHBBV." hhhaihh mmw .VattaflT muH aula ' BM. ' fBBBV hh ' nmv "aiiH aniiB i i imiiHiiiiiM 1 'L nnnw bhih '.bacco which prevaiUd'last scasan,; we ka ' - Wk. a to our tsresefit Warehouse, whtak en'aliles ut ls'ssaday.! ' Tr 'J j 'Ow.lMr. Ralpn Pitt, who has 1 'jNule 't from Bna, Viita. andithree mxlei from.BryanUyille, '5 on Buena Vf- - lid:t4W;'S O" actual experience ut ine operation or iwpaaca vtj in a class to himself and if yau, will brikgjraw first; IriMDhi m ne wm tnoroiigmy pemuiuinie w juu iiwiiimH your pocket, to sell your tobacco with us. . , We wish to announce that Mr. HollaiW, Y 'iTSTCfl. WtaJdlfHH Teji "Dock'! will be our Auctioneer agaui kki seasan, also JtfXaa, bffer? .s 0twoWf wapronj ipnng wagon ;;buggy; wagon andbttgik jSife fe'lUow; fwo No. 13 VulcChilied'JPlowiOne No,20:6lif er Plow; 'and ifclqt of other plows of yar jouf knd; one , niarker ; f brW ; calei and Cross Cut 'Sajw.wo .fSc howes; self feeder; tovels; Gasaliria Taak, Side Sadler Mail's saIalQkf fface posts, tackle block, stretchers, lifting jack .Oa Gowiiir.tlirae year old hore; and one milk cow. - " it Murphy who has bean connected with the Danville A Market ror tne past ten years win oa asaociasaa wim season and will be glad to serve his many ftihds. '" at V '' ilii ii 1MFRIQ UAPP.HnilSF. Tl 1 T h 15HNf- - ' ' ' hoit ing you will yisit oiir opening sale on ,DEbCMBER' 3xj ; H' TwtiWil Two CWckejag w&r ItVoxa: TERMS We are Yours VerysTnily, tob4 , .wood Heating stove; ttmki; Wrrl ; Foldin Craam Separator j Milfc Omis; sWckets and other things ; wtr ' v " : Xk; issalswn on day ofsale." f: I V1 , Fenners Wdreftou FFNNFB AND PITT, ft winM'1' -r. .- 1 , if" ii TT 1 rlaaiinii "T7 t . ' .11 wM'akv . fc