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The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Mch 13, 1919. SES & FfiMNMJ 5 AGENTS FOR THE FAMOUS RED STAR BLOCK COAL AND BALLARDS OBELISK FLOUR, FIRST PATENT, THE QUALITY FLOUR. Dealers in High Grade Field Seeds. Telephone 26. Lancaster, Kentucky. WANT $300 000 i30 tlln' now ",Bny vil,nKc9 ,,!"c "Mnlcut In pure white light the resplcnd-J collect hns sacd many lives. Vvw 1 f entirely depopulated and others have rnt altruism of the Anutlcaii people, would he living hut for America's nid. FOR ARMENIANS ,y " 8ma" 'rart'on of tlleir toTtT While nil Kurope has hcen drawn General relief money has come to the t pulation. There a n terri'ole Into the maelstrom of human hlood, I missionaries safely, nnd separate FrODOSed protectorate onimcntnry on Te,nment fam ntl(l ,elr'u'c destruction has rendered amounts for individuals hnve also me stories when seme women here her Impotent to help this down-trod-! reached here. With keen satisfaction Will Not Help Starv ing Syrian People. Local nnd State lenders in the cam- arc of the opinion that the possibility cf an America protectorate for Ar mcia will not lessen the need for re lief work from private sources, such as is being done with the funds rais ed In the United States through the No Separation In Sight. Mrs. Mark ".Mrs. Skinnier tells mo tliat her hubnnd Is tin unliiit Inter of honks." Mr. Mark "I wish he'd prove He Mi- In Imp nliimes nf mine ulilcli he entlrcd away more than five jean HK11." lluffnlo Ihpress. were found to have lured several chil-, den nation, from across the seas, . the treasurer reports that nil these drcn to their homes, killed them, eat- America has stretched forth the hand j confidence in the Integrity and bine en their flerh and then boiled theii of charity and .sympathy. I'resident , transaction have revealed universal fat nnd sold it on the market. The Wilson and the people of the Krent volent Intentions of the Americans fn 'lodies of the friendless poor who American I'epublic have jon the un-. handling this money for their Syrian ' ir 1 In tlm streets i-prt. tnn mnnv fnr iTvim L'rntitllitf nf nil rliwsn fn tin. frinn.1. ' paign to raise $300,000 in this State ,c nutll0ritIcs ,0 huTVf so at first they land. 1 for Armenian and Syrian relief work ,hrcw ,he bo()i(,9 , , , rivfr t0 ,)e ..0ur tnsk is ,f w bu, , ' . .... . i,i n, .., curried into the sea. Later they col-'the necessary funds. There Is food ' mules in Stanford Inst .Monday, for! N n cn'w." i:cbmiKe. lecteil them, into tne empty nouses to ue Dougm, mil tne price Is nigh, j which he paid $300. r.r.d sent a cart every day or two to Ami, besides this, the body must he , - carry the corpses on" to the sands. clothed as well ns fed:one with n "Conditions everywhere we hnve weak, emnnciated body, mostly skin ,'ntiml In bp verv 1 ml. In Itciamir nnd bones, looks forward In the win. medium of the campaign which hns Un( f p(,upl, him, (Iio(1 in thc tl.r wln dread, for twtc 4 n poor been In progress since the middle of ,.,, ;,, ,,i, n.. i,. ..:.,,,. in r,..ht tl. ,.,;.,.,. mii Jnnuarv. '. t ...n n i ...:.t. i , r ...:- .. :i ... ..i.n... I v numoer oi euuiu.es r:uve cum' Profits by Ksperl:nee. of rnurs" nthers nmy On ns they pit use, but, jiersnnally, iioicr ex pert tn Invest 111 ntmttier nil well un til II prmes able tn urease Its own machinery. Dallas New. Cotton Qtart. Defined. Cotton w lilt ! bus betn put under One day while we bnil n neighbor's hydraulic pressure nf from rt.omi to little boy nut fnr n drive we passed a i H.tl uiul nnd made lulu Bears, pro imkfiir,' III which were eeral cows ilures nil article superior tn Hint mndo nnd miles. I asked hlni hl.ttt Ihnse of utiel. Softer than steel, be cot 1'tlle ni.ltii.ru were unit be mle up ton genr lebls vbi-re I lie idol gear r,ulely, "If. what lifter II grow tl, tt,.ar5 under frlct'nn. l'OIt SAI.K: Three registered Aberdeen-Angus bull calves. Kendy for service. Harry Krye, .1-13.nt.pd. Hubble, Ky. Public Vlrtut. Feund MH W( r n In Dreims. That pnlrlntlsm wblrh, catching Its HutiRiii ilreni .s nre I r.uri with p Insplrnllnu frnm nn hlfh, and leaving Imnirlnalloii. us Is liiun l.j the mse , ut nn liiinii'iiuriible distance below of I be miiMtirer li. U Slewiison, wbn all lesser, gnuellnc. Iwrsonal Inter nssertol Ibat be liml m Iralinsl lilstes ami feelings, anllnntes and (In amine inliiil In self -uKiiestton Hint lirompts tn deeds of self-mcrlflce. of lobacro :f rurnuiuil l.im Willi Hie conception of vnlor, of ileollnn. . . . that l plcted their drives and have reached or passed their quotas, but in many counties thc drive will not be made until some time this month. Miss Beth Higgins, State Campaign Direc tor recently stated that prospects for ultimate success for the campaign. In comer. This was bed, Lcddine, table, furniture and nil. Half of the floor was n sen of mud, and the woman herself was busy trying to pry on" the hutters from thc window which was gn, in I , .i -outhenst. the dirvrkinn of tbo this State become brighter every day. p....,:,!..,, wiml, sh. ,.nn,.,i to Kn Our pliilosopher sa nnining child, was found to contain How much more so If without cloth-, Money is big money this jenr so v. by 'me of bis .et stories. .n)lly wbn public vlrtun; Hint Is Hie noblest, the pcrtion of nn old rotten door in one ing! I not put water in the house for your! 01111 """ '""J' '""ke a mine of bis Mil.ll t of nil public virtues! Fhe money you have helped to (better half? ireanis. ijy. Kentucky is now probably nt the $70,000 mark on the way to its goal. nnd glorious records have been made In many parts of the State, especially ltoyd and Nelson counties. An idea of the conditions which the funds being raised in America will nl laviate is conveyed in the following account of conditions in the Near 1'ast, received by the National Cam pcign headquarters in New Yorl: from r relief worker, nnd relayed to ir.e Fitatc headquarters nerc: "Wc arrived in Iieirut n wee!; ago tid.iy. The want U appalling. Our towels, sheets, table linen, bedsteads are taken by the relief committee and our clothing by the community. Hun dreds of people have sold the last bit of furniture and the last saleable rags from their bodies and then burn ed the timbers from their roofs for fuel. These short sentences nre not intended as a description, but simply as a sidelight on the conditions. "The famine has increased in strength with every year of the war,! COOD ftOADS notf.vlntuallybutNOW. PftOCRCSS MTU iOcr ROAQ1AK to fCB 19919 Urn nllltcM in irn ft fu mntlnr, ti. In... .....I nn.l .nmnkt.n.t "111 .. I,nl I s a house if we have nofood to keep Ui alive?" In- nnother village every man was dead excent one, and out ider Everywhere the greatest mor talitj wu nmong the men, who seem ed less able to stand the lack of food nnd easily fell prey to various dis eases, especially cholera and typhus fever. "Our teacher in Damour reports th.it one man ate three boys; that n woman ate thc meat of a camel three c'nys dead, nnd that -1,000 of thci nnn ll.nl.:n. I i.u.. -:n. I u,uuv (llliuuiiuius Ul 111.41 Vil'UIUI) anrt manufacturing town had died. Can nibalism was also resorted to, on n sninll scale In Sidon and Tripoli mt3 nnd dogs were eaten. AMERICA CAN HELP. "Over against this appalling pic ture of suffering and want, of heart is cruelty, of bribery and corrup tion, of n nation's crucifixion on the crosi of military absolutism, stands UCtnc iffi-P to put your cm, vrro rnrMR TSie Early Bird Catches the Worm SEND IN THE COPY AND LET US PRINT YOUR snd CK G LIRW NOW So that you may catch the early breeders. The time is here, so get busy and catch the first daiiSTaGHion That's what we give: our customers ORDER YOUR CARDS TODAY. "Hnw wnnlf-1 we know that vou were standing a Horse or Tack if vou did'nt tell us? Tell 'I us and we will let the whole world know That's our business. ADVERTISE. $1.50 Year The Central Record. $1.50 Year.